The Citizens Forum: Talking Greece & Refugees
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Presented by Steve Cook, the Editor of The Liberty Beacon UK. With special Guest Ariyana Love, Director of The Liberty Beacon’s Middle East Rising project.
There are a lot of people out there fighting one aspect or another of tyranny.
YOU are doubtless one of them, for all of us have a vested interest in ending the criminal game that would see us divested forever of our power of choice and herded like cattle into a miserable future few of us are likely to survive.
It is important to remember that no matter what aspect of tyranny you are struggling against or concerned about, you are not alone.
There are millions of people like you, a grassroots army that, once united, will become unstoppable.
The task before us is to unite against tyranny, channel the endeavors of its myriad patrols and platoons, battalions and regiments into a coordinated effort and kick out any effort to divide us.
Through The Citizens Forum I am doing my best to promote and encourage that ideal.
I’m interested in people and groups who are fighting one aspect or another of tyranny and making a stand for humanity and a better world and each week will give YOU a chance to have your say and tell listeners about your mission.
Through my show, I would like to help you get your message out there and contribute to the Freedom and Unity project that aims to bring betterment groups together in a united front and shoulder-to-shoulder effort against tyranny.
Tyranny – the effort to oppress and control humanity – can take many forms. It can include media disinformation, the denial of basic human rights and the breaking of man’s natural affinity with man: the Divide and Rule caper of pitting people against one another in unending conflict that ultimately exhausts, oppresses and degrades both sides.
In this episode, I welcome back the journalist and human rights crusader Ariyana Love. Ariyana briefs us on her trip to Greece where the people are struggling with the austerity that has been foisted on them by the criminal operations of the banking crime syndicates.
Yet despite suffering with oppression of their own, this has not stopped the Greek people showing tremendous generosity and compassion towards the refugees that arrive daily in great numbers from Syria and other parts of the war-torn world.
From Ariyana’s first hand encounters, first in Athens, then on Lesbos where so many displaced people come ashore, we gain a deeper insight in to the humanity not just of the Greeks but of the much-maligned and much-abused refugees. And, of course, the refugees are nothing like the way they are portrayed in the media.
We cover an awful lot of ground and fascinating aspects in this one show. Please join us for an enthralling discussion.