LUMPENPROLETARIAT[Wednesday, 10 AUG 2022]  Here are some of today’s media/press notes to help us track and make sense of this plandemic dystopia we all find ourselves living through in the 2020s, including inverted totalitarianism, the post-COVID-19 controlled demolition of the global economy, the rise of neo-feudalism, houseless encampments of the neo-peasantry, and human-induced climate change leading to a climate crisis of melting ice caps, record heatwaves, tornadoes, floods, drought, drying rivers, and other extreme weather events, which threaten life on Earth. Let’s learn together and find solutions together. Let’s build working class solidarity. Let’s build human solidarity.  (Please see below for samples of today’s news cycle.) 

Other salient observations:

  • One Nation Under Blackmail” by Unlimited Hangout with Whitney Webb [via Rokfin], 10 AUG 2022. [1hr 31min 04sec] “In this episode, Whitney gives an overview of her upcoming book, One Nation Under Blackmail, discussing in general terms what the book covers, it’s thesis […]” Putting #JeffreyEpstein in historical context, particularly vis a vis intelligence agencies. [L33]
  • Top Ten Cities Where Housing Prices Will Crash…’ by Reventure Consulting, 10 AUG 2022. [L3]
  • The fight for water | DW Documentary” by DW documentary, 10 AUG 2022. (Additional notes on this documentary below.)
  • Clip – Neil Oliver Wakes Up With Dr Tess Lawrie” by Neil Oliver, 10 AUG 2022. (Additional notes on this interview below.)

@LumpenProles, last modified/edited/updated on 8 DEC 2022 at 16:00 PST


[Notes will be modified/edited/updated as time and labor constraints allow.  Working class solidarity. ✊🏽✊🏼✊🏿✊]

Wednesday, August 10th, 2022

22:00 PDT / 01:00 EDT, WBAI > Sojourner Truth > Dustbin of History!

NOTES:  [L4] ‘Extinction Diaries’ … mass extinctions on Earth … | music … | (c. 3:00) community call-in clip, audio collage … (c. 4:00)

02:00 PDT / 05:00 EDT, WBAI > Leonard Lopate Rewind

NOTES: [L1] ‘Henry G a paleontologist … editor at the science journal Nature‘ ‘his latest book, A Very Short History of Life On Earth

03:00 PDT / 06:00 EDT, WBAI > The Aware Show with Lisa Garr

NOTES: [L2] ‘What can we learn from American icons?’ ‘Goodnight Marilyn with Nina Boski’ ‘Marilyn Monroe’

04:00 PDT / 07:00 EDT, WBAI > What’s Going On! Wednesday with Linda Sarsour

NOTES:  [L7]  (1:45) Introductory remarks from host … ‘great guest today’ ‘Donald Trump got raided by the Feds. A lot of people were waiting for that day.’ … ‘Breonna Taylor’ [killed by cops] … ‘Brianna Grier in Georgia’ [died in police custody/captivity] … ‘Palestine…military onslaught on Gaza…16 children murdered’ | (c. 4:00) News Headlines … | (c. 7:05) ‘criminal justice in New York area’ … ‘police violence’ … interview with attorney Angelo…

COMMENTS: real talk

05:00 PDT / 08:00 EDT, WBAI > Democracy Now!

NOTES:  [pending; haven’t listened yet]

COMMENTS:  I’m not looking forward to listening to another hour of this reformist gaslighting, Democrat Party apologia, and mealy-mouthed critique of the status quo. [ 1 ]

06:00 PDT / 09:00 EDT, WBAI > Covert Action Bulletin with Chris Garaffa, Rachel Hu

NOTES[L6] Michael G. Haskins appealing for listener-sponsorship | (c. 1:00) Introduction … program recorded ‘late 9 AUG 2022’ … ‘attack on libraries across the country by the far-right’

COMMENTS:  I’m not looking forward to listening to another hour of this reformist gaslighting, Democrat Party apologia, and mealy-mouthed critique of the status quo. Bring back Guns and Butter with Bonnie Faulkner, which used to air at this time. This sounds like another hour of liberal bias. Yes, the far-right gives us much to critique. But that’s obvious. Meanwhile, censorship and fascism by Democrats is obfuscated.

07:00 PDT / 10:00 EDT, WBAI > First Voices Radio with Tiokasin Ghosthorse (Founder, Host and Executive Producer), Liz Hill (Producer) > Project Censored with Mickey Huff and Eleanor Goldfield

NOTES: [TW] Introductory remarks from Mickey Huff | Eleanor Goldfield interview with Trader Joe’s worker and labor activist, organizer | Encore presentation of interview on the topic of corporate media using algorithms as editors, gatekeepers…

COMMENTS: Project Censored is one of the best programs on the free speech Pacifica Radio Network, or anywhere.

08:00 PDT / 11:00 EDT, WBAI > Living for the City with Michael G. Haskins

NOTES[L4] ‘a program of telling stories’ ‘real estate industry’ ‘housing’ ‘air’ ‘water’

09:00 PDT / 12:00 EDT, WBAI & PRN.Live> The Gary Null Show

NOTES (re: Gary Null Show for 10 AUG 2022):  live terrestrial radio transmission […]  (09:03 PDT)  COVID-19 truth  [earbuds glitching out, after poor Wi-Fi all morning…]  …  Null commentary/introductory remarks. (c. 7:40) question for Naomi Wolf |  (c. 8:00) Begin, Naomi Wolf remarks …  NW:  ‘I was targeted by the CDC…’  …  (09:10 PDT)  Sounds like Naomi Wolf speaking honestly about COVID-19 truth.  …  (09:11 PDT)  ‘There is a systemic…’  (09:12 PDT)  ‘Their goal is to dissolve human rights culture…’  [TW]  Incredibly compelling analysis.  …  ‘Of the 56 odd nations not of the west, only 7,000 adverse events post-jab, unlike the so-called west, where most of the adverse events occurred.  So, this is an attack on the west. They are killing people in the west.’  |  (c. 17:00)  Dr. Gary Null on insurance actuaries and their data on deaths and rise in all-cause mortality.  …  (c. 21:00)  GN:  ‘Now, they are saying get the booster shot every nine months…’  |  (c. 24:00)  Dr. Naomi Wolf’s response to Dr. Gary Null’s seven-minute commentary.  COVID-19 truth |  (c. 28:44)  Dr. Gary Null’s cuts in. “Let me…”

11:00 PDT, KPFA > Talkies with Kris Welch

NOTES: ‘US connections of Israeli attacks on Palestine + People’s Park in Berkeley, CA (land is legally owned by UC Berkeley, who wants to gentrify and delete activist history of People’s Park, back when activists houses on that lot were demolished, explained KW |  jail for cyber-libel, former candidates for Vice President…  … |  (11:09 PDT) right-wing pundits and others and elected Republicans invoking Civil War rhetoric, militancy, and calling for violence in defense of Donald Trump, in the wake of FBI warrant execution and search of Mar-a-Lago. …  ‘liberal bias’ of KW invoked Obama nostalgiacally, no mention of Obama imperialism or deporter in chief or drone striker… no mention of Hunter Biden laptop or Dem Party corruption.  (10:11 PDT) … |  (11:12 PDT) Palestine. … ‘Grant Smith(sp?)’ is the guest.  Lousy interview…   (11:23 PDT) ‘base of the Democratic Party…there isn’t that much on the Republican side, but…’   …  (11:24 PDT) ‘the Squad’ [apologism from guest]  …  “Amen!”, says Kris Welch, in agreement with defeatist Dem reformism …  (11:25 PDT) . …  KW with more Dem Party apologism:  ‘AIPAC money helped defeat Nina Turner et al’  As Revolutionary Blackout and a number of us understand, Nina Turner is a shill for the PMCs … (11:39 PDT) |  (11:41 PDT) KW cites a NY Times article from “a few years ago”, on Berkeley’s People’s Park history …  ‘student activists had been living…’  May 15th, 1969 cops showed up to bully everyone out…as people had come to plant flowers and food and whatnot…Bloody Thursday…tanks…tear gas…the whole city was under siege…Ronald Reagan would later recall Bloody Thursday with pride…’   Harvey Smith, public historian and Charles Gary, People’s Park historian ….  [You can always count on KPFA for history to lament the wins of capital and the losses of the working class people, but never to think or talk meaningfully or honestly about what to do about it in the here and now, prescription, here and now.  … ‘Park has been placed on the national register of historic sites…’  (11:46 PDT)    Guest,:  ‘There is a chronic housing crisis because UC Berkeley  has long known there is a problem’  …  ‘10% of UC Berkeley students are homeless at one point or another’  … (11:48 PDT) …  KW:  ‘I am no longer a resident of Berkeley because I can’t afford to live in Berkeley.’   (11:51 PDT) … |  Miko Tolliver(sp?) announcements:  cheesily, full-on corporate gaslighting mode, mentions Janine Edder(sp?) is leaving KPFA or her programming hosts, particularly as periodic co-host on UpFront with Brian Edwards-Tiekert.  Yet, no info provided. Simply, a cheesy ‘See ya!’ from the annoying, mousy Miko Tolliver(sp?).  Of course, this news comes in the context of Kat Brooks returning to the KPFA airwaves at 8 am, perhaps, weekdays after UpFront.  Law & Disorder is the new program, which sounds similar to another program elsewhere on Pacifica Radio, perhaps WBAI or WPFW.  I expect more liberal bias from Kat Brooks, aligned with BET’s faction whilst masquerading as not reformist or masquerading as revolutionary.

11:00 PDT / 14:00 EDT, WBAI > Mind Field with Dr. James C. McIntosh and Richardeanea Theodore

NOTES:  [pending; haven’t listened yet]

11:30 PDT / 14:30 EDT, WBAI > Interpersonal Update USA with Dr. Harriet Fraad

NOTES:  [L6] … | (c. 1:30) Opening theme music: “Everybody Knows” by Leonard Cohen | (c. 2:23) Dr. Harriet Fraad, introductory remarks … ‘psych drugs’ … ‘the psychopharmaceutical industry’ ‘America is the biggest consumer of psych drugs for mental illness’ … ‘We are the only nation on Earth, which allows direct drug pusher to user advertising on TV and whatnot…’ [Same thing with advertising targeting children…] ‘seratonin reuptake inhibitors’ … ‘big study…almost all research is done by big pharma themselves…’ conflict of interest ‘1 in 5 adults take a psych drug’ …

12:00 PDT, KPFA > Against the Grain with C.S. Soong

Quotations from radio archive description: “Forms of Emancipation” | “If emancipation is what we seek, what form should it take? How far can legal reforms and rights decrees take us toward a better world? Peter Burdon mines Marx’s “On the Jewish Question” essay for insights into how to think about emancipation and whether legal initiatives can deliver true freedom and equality. | International Journal for the Semiotics of Law | Peter Burdon, Earth Jurisprudence: Private Property and the Environment Routledge, 2015″

NOTES: News Headlines with Max Pringle  |  (12:06 PDT) CS, a rerun interview with Peter Burdon(sp?) on the limits of…Marx…’  “Jews. (12:15 PDT) offline. … (12:30 PDT) back online  ‘Marxi’s critique of The Rights of Man’, lacked social relations.  … essay about Marx’s essay called ‘The Jewish Question’   … ‘For Marx, critique is not trashing…it’s trying to understand…’ …  ‘Bruno Bauer’ … Marx’s critique of idealism… (cf. materialism, historical materialism) [TW]  rerun from 9 FEB 2022

COMMENTS: Interesting description. It’s always interesting to hear a good, compelling discussion involving the ideas and concepts developed by Dr. Karl Marx. But action is the antidote to despair. As usual, action is not discussed. This interview above the fray with theory…but shying away from speaking plainly about prescription. In other words, we get vivid descriptions about the problems in society. But we don’t get meaningful prescriptions about what to do about those problems. Thus, reality is avoided… One could argue not every interview needs to offer a prescription, or that this interview was more about philosophy than politics. One could argue that not every Against the Grain broadcast needs to meaningfully address what people, what the listeners with moral concern, can do about the social ills in question. But ATG never meaningfully addresses it…

12:00 PDT / 15:00 EDT, WBAI > Katie Halper Show pre-empted > Special with Kathryn Davis and Dr. Gary Null

NOTES:  [L6] ‘health and wellbeing’ … (c. 3:00) DVD, Curing the Incurable … DVD, Happiness … Null’s ‘Green Stuff’ and ‘Red Stuff’, organic health products. … | (c. 5:00) clip from Happiness film

COMMENTS: Sounds like a rerun.

13:00 PDT / 16:00 EDT, WBAI > Sojourner Truth with Margaret Prescod

NOTES:  Introductory remarks from Margaret Prescod: particle physics, melanin, and “race”… | (c. 1:50) News Headlines with Max Pringle [KPFA] | (c. 7:00) Begin interview with ‘one of the few black women in the field of physics’ … ‘full disclosure, Chanda(sp?) is my daughter…’ … On ‘the effects on science of excluding people of color from scientific fields’… ‘People say the universe is expanding and galaxies are moving farther away from each other. But a better way to put it is to say that space-time is accelerating…’ | (c. 33:00) music break: “Baby, I’m a Star” by Prince & The Revolution | ‘It’s Movement Time…’ | … 5154 article, ‘The Physics of Melanin’ … ‘because of racism, people didn’t care about studying melanin…but since skin cancer for paler skin people with little or no melanin has become an identified problem, now peopl3(c. 53:00) ‘So, understanding the physics of melanin can help us develop greener and more efficient technologies.’ … | 5425 Bill Nye(sp?) clip, speaking out in defense of science at a protest rally, The March for Science. … ‘the racism in science…’ … Chanda: ‘I have a lot of questions for Bill Nye about that speech…’

13:00 PDT, KPFA > East Bay Yesterday with Liam O’Donohue(sp?)

NOTES/COMMENTS:  topic – People’s Park …  archival audio from a 2019 documentary. … ‘Dan Siegel led a march to retake People’s Park’  [recall Dan Siegel would later become a sellout partisan legal eagle associated with the KPFA Local Station Board and a ‘liberal bias’, pushing Brian Edwards-Tiekert and Philip Maldari and Aileen Alfandary and Mark Mericle ‘liberal bias’ faction at KPFA]  … (13:23 PDT) … cops shot a person running with shotgun, birdshot or buckshot…’  ‘more than 30 people were shot by the cops that day…’  …  (13:34 PDT) Ojays played in Oakland and caught s glimpse of what was going on in Berkeley  …. bass singer of Four Tops… ‘   |  (c. 13:40 PDT)  human interest story on ‘squatting’ [liberal entertainment, as host said show is about history not politics, yet here he is pushing a liberal bias, status quo preserving gibberish, depoliticizing, demobilizing  |  (13:46 PDT) music break punk song. (13:46 PDT) back to interview with squatter

14:00 PDT, KPFA > Voices of the Middle East and North Africa [VOMENA] with Malihe Razazan

NOTES: author of Arabìa(sp?) . …   ‘the workers were lined up and executed’  …  ‘My family was a prominent family in Gaza…’   ‘until 1967’   ‘and my mom was nine’  … [I think this is a re-run. ]   family decided to lay low in Lebanon

16:00 PDT, KPFA > Hard Knock Radio with Davey D

Quotation from radio archive description: “FBI executes search warrant at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Home” | “We speak with Gerald Horne and Professor James Taylor about the F.B.I. raid of Donald Trump’s home and the political implications.”

NOTES: (0:01) News Headlines with Aileen Alfandary: ‘Trump pled 5th Amendment at deposition behind closed doors, a hearing part of a years-long investigation into Mr. Trump’s business dealings, reported Sarah Walton(sp?) from New York | inflation. | abortion rights activist, unfurled a banner and was injected forcibly with drugs | people gathered to urge Gavin Newsom to pass Scott Weiner’s(sp?) bill for safe sites to shoot up drugs. | SF opioid crisis… | … | (c. 5:00) Begin, Davey D, opening remarks about FBI executing a warrant on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago | Gerald Horne: ‘I thought we were going to talk about the FBI raid on the African People’s Socialist Party…’ | DD: ‘Yes, that is connected. (07:47) … Dr. Gerald Horne: ‘We may well be on the verge of a unique neo-fascism with Mr. Trump’s supporters at the vanguard.’ | (10:59) Davey D turns focus to the African People’s Socialist Party. … Dr. Gerald Horne pointed out a double standard by which the African People’s Socialist Party is being persecuted for attempting to build international alliances. Yet, Viktor Orbonne… ‘ADOS’, perhaps, American Descendants of Slavery, a political movement associated with Dems. | (22:10) Dr. Gerald Horne | (c. 36:15) Davey D moves to a pundit, Dr. James Taylor, with a more establishment type of narrative than Dr. Horne’s. Why not invite Dr. Horne to stick around? Dr. Horne could help keep the discussion honest. … | (c. 51:30) DD

COMMENTS: As of Monday, 29 AUG 2022 (or perhaps earlier), this radio archive has been occulted from the public. In other words, the free flow of information has been blocked or prevented and historical memory and the ability of the community to make sense of the world around us has been diminished. And, thus, the spirit of the Pacifica Mission statement is neglected.

17:00 PDT, KPFA & KPFK(?) > Flashpoints with Dennis Bernstein

Quotations from radio archive description: Nation Magazine Publisher, Katrina Vanden Heuvel, on the Growing Prospects of a Nuclear War | Today on the Show: We’ll check in with Nation Magazine Publisher, Katrina Vanden Heuvel, on the growing prospects of a nuclear flare in the Russia/US/Ukraine war: Also Flashpoints Senior producer, Kevin Pina, interviews one of the latest Haitian victims of a failed US policy there: Cable News Network labels Pink Floyds’s Roger Waters as a madman for his powerful stand in Support of Julian Assange.. And The UFW Pilgrimage for the right to organize hits its one week mark: we’ll speak to the poet/organizing captain for the March:

NOTES: [notes pending; haven’t listened yet]

COMMENTS: This is one of the best programs on the free speech Pacifica Radio Network, or anywhere.

18:00 PDT, KPFA > The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

Quotations from radio archive description: Donald Trump pleads the 5th to avoid testimony in NY civil case; Lawsuit filed by abortion rights protester injected with a sedative in SF; Lawmakers urge Governor Newsom to sign safe drug consumption sites bill |

Comprehensive coverage of the day’s news with a focus on war and peace; social, environmental and economic justice.


NOTES:  [pending; haven’t listened yet]

COMMENTS: Usually, honest on basic social justice issues, but KPFA newscast bosses tend to gaslight listeners on COVID-19 (never mention VAERS data, VAERS deaths, assaults on informed consent, assaults on parental consent, no mention of litigation in India against the World Health Organization, etc.) and also gaslight listeners regarding establishment Democrat Party politics (i.e., usually engaging in Democrat Party apologia and perception management to keep people within the Democrat Party imaginary and away from the third-party politics imaginary, in the sociology sense of the term, ‘imaginary’). I.e., in other words, ‘it’s all good, just don’t question 9/11, COVID-19, nor establishment electoral politics.’ Having said all that, this is still a better nightly newscast than most. I’m hard-pressed to think of a better one, especially since the demise of Free Speech Radio News (FSRN), especially not locally. But that doesn’t excuse the KPFA news bosses’ intellectual dishonesty, lying by omission, and other deficiencies of journalistic integrity. WION is pretty good on global news; but there, too, one can detect the liberal bias, which Dr. Noam Chomsky has warned about since at least the 1990s.

19:00 PDT,  KPFA > Bay Native Circle

NOTES:  [pending; haven’t listened yet]

20:00 PDT, KPFA > Dead to the World

NOTES:  [pending; haven’t listened yet]

COMMENTS:  Jeez, this show’s still going?  They ain’t even got David Gans no more.  [ 2 ] As of Monday, 29 AUG 2022 (or perhaps earlier), this radio archive has been occulted from the public. In other words, the free flow of information has been blocked or prevented and historical memory and the ability of the community to make sense of the world around us has been diminished. And, thus, the spirit of the Pacifica Mission statement is neglected. Presumably, copyright (or copywrong) reasoning is invoked; yet, copyright has never been an issue in the past for music programming archives on free speech radio.

The fight for water | DW documentary” by DW documentary [via YouTube], , 10 AUG 2022.

NOTES: [L4] ‘Imagine our water running out.’ … ‘Imagine our wells drying up.’ … ‘ “Water is disappearing everywhere.” … (c. 1:52) ‘It’s also very dry now, compared to what it usually is. I mean; after a rainy spring, it’s so green around here you wouldn’t believe it. It looks like Ireland. But not this year. It’s semi-desert. After years of drought, the land just behind the coast around Avila Beach [in California] is now eerily barren. We will be out of water, as will most places in California. And it’s gonna get worse. I would just say: pray for rain.’ (c. 2:28) … ‘Mendocino County on the northern California coast has been relying on trucked in water since January 2022. And the real problem happened July 18th when Fort Bragg shut off the tap.’ (c. 4:00) … Restaurants and business have had to close bathrooms to customers due to a lack of water. … (c. 4:21)

Prayers for Rain (2010 Remaster)” by The Cure (1989, 2010)

Clip – Neil Oliver Wakes Up With Dr Tess Lawrie” by Neil Oliver, 10 AUG 2022.

Quotation from video description: pending

NOTES: This is a clip from an extended interview.

COMMENTS: Real talk, honest and critical discussion on the police state response to the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak (aka COVID-19). Neil Oliver is one of the most honest voices out there, next to Dr. Gary Null, when it comes to speaking honestly about all things all things COVID-19.

[ 1 ]  Truth be told, as corrupt as DN! has become, it’s better than nothing.  I still listen to DN!, but when I do so I know they’re lying to me half the time, like Lewis Lapham said about reading The New York Times.  The problem with liberals (i.e., pro-capitalists or non-anti-capitalists) at Pacifica Radio is that they believe everything they read in the NYT. Or they want to believe.  And, you know they do, because they quote it uncritically, amplify establishment narratives on the air.  Most Pacifica Radio liberals interview their pundits, along with others from equally deceptive state rags, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal.  But all we, listeners, get are softball questions and shallow politics.  The job of the journalist is to challenge the power structures and institutions of society. Instead of finding the sound experts, who make sense, Pacifica Radio’s liberal pundits confuse us, listeners, with conflicting conclusions, that don’t conclude.  One day, Mitch Jeserich seems to understand how the monetary system works, when he’s on air with Prof. Richard Wolff.  Later, when Mr. Jeserich is on air with a non-economist from The Wall Street Journal, we’re backsliding, speaking as if we’re still on a gold standard, or if money is a finite resource, which the U.S. must borrow from other nations.  It’s bizarre.  From Letters and Politics to UpFront to Democracy Now!, there appears to be a willful ignorance, a determination to forget all past lessons, to force KPFA and Pacifica Radio listeners, who are seeking truth and socioeconomic justice and legal justice and political justice toward the goal of peace on Earth, to perpetually reinvent the wheel, to perpetually have to re-establish basic truths, such as the fundamental contradictions of capitalism, such as the fact that capitalism and democracy are incompatible.  The goal of liberals is to stifle all ideas, information, and perspectives of everyone to the left of them, which is to say to stifle anti-capitalist tactics and strategies for a non-capitalist economy, or an economy without corporations, which are not democratically operated by the workers.  |  Instead of finding the sound experts, who make sense, Pacifica Radio’s liberal pundits confuse us with conflicting conclusions from day to day, even hour to hour.  There is no cohesion, no collaboration.  One hour, Dr. Gary Null airs respected world-class doctors dissenting before Congress on the state-corporate COVID-19 policies.  And the next hour, Leonard Lopate will gaslight everyone by uncritically repeating and amplifying the state-corporate COVID-19 policies and narratives, as if there is nothing wrong.  |  Why is it that Mr. Lopate, Mr. Jeserich, Mr. Edwards-Tiekert, et al are allowed to gaslight everyone, to distort reality, for example, to operate under the false presupposition that the PCR test is a valid diagnostic test, when its inventor Dr. Kary Mullis said it is not, when the PCR test was never intended to be a diagnostic test, and when the PCR test is used as a diagnostic test, results are prone to error.  This error rate increases as the magnification cycle threshold is increased.  None of this is explained to the listeners, who are kept in the dark by the establishment narrative-pushers.  For some reason, establishment ideologues have taken power of editorial news boss positions, which seems to force other, more honest, Pacifica Radio broadcasters to bite their tongue about the COVID-19 issue.  It’s a pity.  (A few notable exceptions, Pacifica Radio programs, which dare to be honest about COVID-19, are The Gary Null Show (WBAI), Mindfield (WBAI), Covid, Race & Democracy.)

[ 2 ] Jeez, this show’s still going?  They ain’t even got David Gans no more. He’s a made man in KPFA terms, a loyal partisan.  I remember Mr. Gans writing partisan propaganda in favor of the reformist Democrat faction at KPFA, with money, and their patronage system, against all grassroots people trying to participate on the free speech airwaves.  But when other shows, which serve black and brown people or working class people, low income people, not just boozhie liberals, they get cut quick, even banned, like JR Valrey, on bogus charges.  Pa’ que veas, lo que de ‘veras les importa.  Ellos nunca van a quitar este programa.  Ellos pueden poner esto en un canal en la pagina de internet.  Alli pueden poner cien canales de musica, si quieren.  Prefieren que los escuchadores se la pásen todos atarantados, que bien informados.  Si tuviéran buenos programas, no fuera tan gacho.  Pero despues de desperdiciar todo el  dia, luego salen con esta madre. No mámes.  …

[10 AUG 2022]

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