Four years ago this Sunday Egypt’s 18-day revolution toppled the 30 year rule of President Hosni Mubarak, Ahmed Tharwat of PBS Minneapolis’ Bel Ahdan joins us. David Cameron wants the public to focus on the economy but the NHS is broken and President Obama gives hecklers an epic smackdown in his next to last State of the Union Address.
Welcome to the SPIN-free politics zone. Every week we discuss and debate the confluence of global politics and media. Hosted by Denis Campbell, editor of UK Progressive magazine, Phil Parry former BBC anchor and editor of Wales Eye on WalesPolitico.uk and Falmouth University’s Dr. Dario Llinares (DarioLlinares.com).
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It’s unfiltered and uncensored, a chance for you to be a ‘fly on the wall’ listening in to a conversation between three journalists and critics of today’s ever too cosy media and public relations convergence masquerading as mainstream media news coverage. We push tough issues and ask tough questions that you want to see answered.
This week Denis, Phil, Dario and Ahmed discuss:
- The Middle East and Egypt
Four years ago Sunday the Egyptian Revolution began
- Egypt has seen
- one dictator overthrown,
- military council leadership,
- Muslim Brotherhood elected leadership leading to strict crackdowns,
- Their subsequent overthrow and arrest by the military and
- The rise of the ‘benevolent’ Sisi.
- The US needed 11 years after 1776 to get their constitution in place
- Where we are today?
- What was it like to live through and witness from abroad?
- What is the status of your nephew?
- President Obama’s 6th SOTU Address
- Absolutely destroying the Republicans
- Went to Idaho and Kansas with the message: “help me get to yes!”
- Very conservative states. Showed confidence.
- Both sides think they can win the argument
- David Cameron want to talk about the economy
- But the NHS is broken
- The General Election Impact
- 81% positive or very positive response to the State of the Union Address
- And much, much more on The Three Muckrakers podcast!
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