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12-04-12 INN World Report Radio

Tonight Tom’s first guest tonight was Alex Jones, the world famous broadcaster who listens to Tom’s program live on the air in Austin Texas. Alex called in to discuss the Federal Reserve and how it is coming up for review on its 100th anniversary in 2013. Alex said the he agrees with frequent guest Webster Tarpley in that the Federal Reserve should be nationalized. Tom pointed out to Alex that in fact the function of the Federal Reserve has always been a national one which was stealthily privatized 99 years ago. Therefore a much more accurate and politically acceptable term would be to de-privatize the Federal Reserve. To this Alex agreed and we hope that in his broadcasting he continues to frame the issue just that way.

Tom’s second guest was first time INN World Report Radio guest Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya who is a sociologist, award-winning author, and well-known geopolitical analyst. His articles on topics such as international relations have been translated into more than twenty-five languages around the world. The book The Globalization of NATO (Clarity Press) is one of his latest published works. In 2011, he was a correspondent for the investigative news program Flashpoints, which is broadcast by more than fifty stations in North America and produced from Berkley, California. In the same year he received special mention from the Latin American Federation of Journalists (FELAP) as a correspondent in North Africa and was also awarded the prestigious First National Prize of the Mexican Press Club for his work. He is a member of the Scientific Committee of Geopolitica, a peer-reviewed journal of geopolitics in Italy, and a research associate at the Centre for Research on Globalization, which is located in Montreal. He currently works at Carleton University, where his teaching duties have included Latin American studies, African history, and introductory sociology.

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