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26-09-2014 10:16
Doomwatch is the best show around

31-05-2014 09:13
Missed you this week.. Happy Birthday Alex for Sunday. you misunderstood my text last week as I meanth a local broadcast audience. ie Local Bar or suchlike

04-11-2013 00:50
Fantastic first show Alex and great to hear Patrick Henningsen again

03-04-2013 21:37
Good guest this week. When is someone going to knock on the Royals' door???

20-03-2013 21:40
pass the parcel lol

Show 2 - 23/01/13 - Review of the Unseen 2012 - Part 2

Show 2 - 23/01/13 - Review of the Unseen 2012 - Part 2

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The second edition of the brand new RED ALERT RADIO makes it debut on PETERBOROUGH FM on Wednesday 23 January 2013 between 9pm and 10pm GMT.  We continue looking at the hidden news of 2012 - what was really going on behind the headlines in the subject areas of politicc and finance.

Join alex:g (Edge Media's ON THE EDGE on Sky channel 200), Valentine St Aubyn and Pedro as the stories in the shadows are brought kicking and screaming into the light of exposure.

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We began the show by noting that a Reuters report from Sweden has linked the GSK Swine Flu vaccine to narcolepsy - http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/01/22/us-narcolepsy-vaccine-pandemrix-idUSBRE90L07H20130122

POLITICS

  • November 2012 - For the 18th year in a row, the auditors could not sign off the accounts of the EU. If this was a business, it would have been closed down over a decade ago. Nigel Farage asked Germany's Angela Merkel to advise DavCam, David Cameron to take the UK out of the union - Merkel's reply was based on emotion rather than logic... http://youtu.be/w5VsW1W2Zek
  • The Police Commissioners’ Elections in the UK. WINNER - CAMBRIDGESHIRE - GRAHAM BRIGHT (Conservative). Turnout: 14.8%. Some number crunching on the second preferences made by voters is interesting. The second round consisted of the Tory winner and the Labour candidate. It should make you despair at the number of folk still taken in by the puppet show... HOWEVER... 47.296 voted for other candidates, and only 15,447 put one of the Red/Blue as second choice. That's 31,849 active voters who don't want either of the old guard. Add that to the 511,291 who didn't participate, and it means ANYTHING is possible at the ballot box, if people can be inspired! This was the final one of three emails sent to Graham Bright, who has yet to reply (four of the candidates standing against him DID reply, so Mr Bright's non-reply is very concerning): Congratulations on your win in the Police & Crime Commissioner election. I am contacting you today as I have an important question, which has been asked of many of the PCC election candidates across the country, but I have not seen your answer, if you have made one, been made public. I have checked your FAQ/policy section on your website, and do not see the answer to the following question: Now that you have been elected, what are you going to do about Common Purpose graduates within the Police force, whose allegiance is certainly not to whom it should be? This secretive "charity" represents one of the biggest threats to our society, and fundamental change will only come from weeding out those who have been effectively brainwashed to help instigate a chilling "post-democratic era". You can find out more at the following link: http://www.cpexposed.com/about-common-purpose -  I would appreciate you also confirming or denying whether you yourself have taken part in any Common Purpose training, events or exercises. Incidentally, the Daily Mail has now seen that Common Purpose represents a very real threat to our liberties in the UK, although their angle was concerning the media – see http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2233709/Sir-David-Bell-publics-right-know.html . It should be noted that the Police are also under the Common Purpose spell, and I hope you can join the dots as to the seriousness of this matter. I look forward to your answer in due course. Mr Bright’s Contact Details are as follows: info@graham4cambs.org 
  • Elections: 46% of Americans didn't vote in the Presidential election. It will probably be around the same in the next UK Westminster election - if not even less. This doesn't give any politician or government a mandate to rule... and let's hear those 46% suggest there's nothing they can do to change the election result (provided the ballot isn't rigged, of course...).

The US Presidential Elections 2012 - Facts and Figures from CNN and USA Today

FINANCE

  • With this, some context from 26 Sept 2011, when we were told Goldman Sachs rules the world - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aC19fEqR5bA - BBC interviewer Maxine Croxall, is visibly shaken when market trader Alessio Rastani predicts that the "Market is Toast." Apparently there is nothing Euro governments can do.
  • 9 October 2012 - BBC TV's Breakfast managed to miss the point on the significance of the IMF downgrading the UK's rating, and similar but not so much to loads of other countries. Waffle and flannel from 'business' presenter Stephanie McGovern, when all she had to say was that it's like our personal credit rating getting downgraded and then credit cards and so on charging us more to 'borrow' (aka paying for things we cannot afford). In other words, it'll cost the UK more to borrow from the IMF, European Central Bank and so forth. Resulting in the UK getting MORE into debt. Especially when the UK owes Billions (or is it Trillions now?). Vicious circle, simply explained, but not something the BBC would want to acknowledge...

 

Part 3 of RED ALERT RADIO's Review of the Unseen News of 2012 will be on Wednesday, 30 January 2013, 9-10pm GMT, and will feature headlines under the topics of Tradgedies, the Olympics, and the Natural World, plus a look forward to what might be coming our way in 2013...

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