Friday, May 20, 2011

media monarchy episode219

media monarchy episode219"praise the lord & pass the ammunition" for episode219 of media monarchy on the day before the 'dear god' doomsday featuring an interview w/ andrew hoffman - fairy stories, euphoria & the bitten apple on the touchscreen - data deleted, drills & endeavor over dead water - droughts, defense & economic sex assault - unchecked power & 2012 declarations + blasphemous blasts from xtc & the merry macs and so much more...


episode219: download/subscribe\archive

media monarchy on the portland radio authoritymedia monarchy is originally broadcast live on the portland radio authority, zero point radio & revere radio every friday at 10am pacific time...

and a huge thanks to free radio olympia, berkeley liberation radio, ground zero radio, one sky radio & others for rebroadcasting the show...

plus, you can always get podcasts of previous episodes through itunes & radio4all.net + hi-quality mp3s suitable for rebroadcast provided by archive.org & radio23.org ... thank you

previous: episode218b

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

episode 219. Strauss-Kahn was a real threat and contender to Sarkozy. the maid was not allowed in the room as hotel policy, and Kahn was taking a shower, stepped out nude and then she screamed. Quite a set-up, very suspicious, and since AIPAC controls all media outlets here, who knows when the whole story will emerge.

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