PODCAST: Corporate Media Corruption – Trump, the Clintons and Richard Haass, Ep. 48

January 12, 2016: Host of The World Meets America Report William Kern opened the program with a tribute to David Bowie featuring a rare version of Space Oddity from the 1969 film Love You Till Tuesday. Kern then gives an account of the journalism non-profit he founded Worldmeets.US and what it has done on behalf of the American people for over a decade. Kern then turns his attention to the clear and determined effort on the part of the mainstream media never to mention the source of Donald Trump’s charges against the Clintons: The book The Clinton’s War on Women by legendary Republican political operative Roger Stone. William Kern then turned to the subject of why Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are so popular: the electorate wants a president who will get into office and, in Kern’s words, “break things.” Kern expressed the view that Americans know, “a vote for anyone else is a vote for the status quo – a status quo which was the nightmare of both President Eisenhower, who warned of the Military Industrial Complex, and legendary journalist Edward R Murrow, who resigned from CBS in 1958 because of the overweening influence of commercial interests over news media” (see below).

PODCAST: War and Media: Eisenhower and Murrow were Right, Ep. 26

Then – a look at another recent media peccadillo too outrageous to ignore: comments on Morning Joe by Chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations Richard Haass, that “commercial interests and arms sales” have nothing to do with America’s continuing support for regimes like the Saudi Monarchy, which serially violates human rights and stands against much of what America is supposed to stand for. Kern then engages in some predictions about the State of the Union tonight (boring, legacy-based, says Kern) and a final note on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, which both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump oppose.

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The Clintons’ War on Women: Click Here
Out in January: Jeb and the Bush Crime Family: Click Here

Past World Meets America Interveiws with Roger Stone:
PODCAST: Eye of the Storm – Author and Trump Confidant Roger Stone, Ep. 35: Click Here
PODCAST: Interview with Author and Trump Confidant Roger Stone, Ep. 11: Click Here

Videos for this program: David Bowie’s Space Oddity (1969); Donald Trump on Meet the Press; Roger Stone on Infowars; and Lazarus from David Bowie’s last album Blackstar:

William Kern, founder of www.worldmeets.us, is the inventor of trans-copyediting, a system for checking the accuracy of translated copy into multiple languages. Since 2005, managing a team of dedicated volunteer translators, Kern has edited, packaged and posted thousands of columns of news and opinion about America from publications around the world and from every major language, including Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Polish, Swedish, Spanish, Hungarian and Farsi. From the height of the Iraq war to the annexation of Crimea right up to today, Kern and his team have provided intelligence to the American people by opening up a whole new media world.

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