Diane King and Jim Rizoli

After a couple of weeks off for rest and the start of recovering from an in house feline management exercise, Deanna returned this afternoon with two new guests. Diane King and Jim Rizoli were originally scheduled to discuss the censorship of books at Amazon but due to the bombing in Syria this week, that and other topics were talked about. (MP3)
👉 Concerned Citizens and Friends of illegal Immigration Law Enforcement

Fanie from Pretoria, South Africa ~ Author, Historian Michael Walsh

Deanna’s first guest this afternoon was Fanie from Pretoria, South Africa who shared with the listeners some history of the Boer folk who settled in South Africa long ago. He also talked about the ongoing genocide against his people that is seldom discussed in North America. (MP3)
Related: The Jew Colonies of South Africa and America

Author, Historian and Poet Michael Walsh returned during hour three to talk about the recent removal of books from Amazon. (MP3)
Related: Amazon Bans ‘Holocaust Denial’, shreds and incinerates thousands of books, World Jewish Congress (WJC) welcomed Amazon move to remove holocaust-denial books, offers assistance in identifying further material, Robert R. Singer, LA Times

Kieron Wood

Kieron Wood from Ireland was Deanna’s returning guest this afternoon for two hours to share with listeners more information from his recently published book, Ike’s Irish Lover: The Echo of a Sigh. (MP3)
Recommended Reading: The Politician ~ Robert Welch (2002)

Deanna talked about the alleged conspiracy and or inconsistencies related to the Sandy Hook Elementary School event from December 2012 as well as copyright issues and censorship claims in regards to book publishing during the third hour. (MP3)
Relevant Article: Censorship or Copyright Violations

Spingola and Friends, #38

Deanna’s guest today was Paul Fromm from Canada who previously had a radio program on The Voice of Reason radio network entitled The Fighting Side of Me. The topic of discussion was media control, censorship, freedom of speech and hate speech laws in Canada and America. (MP3)