Alison Weir on Media bias on Palestine

Rachael welcomes American freelance journalist, Alison Weir to Shadow Citizen.  Ms. Weir traveled independently throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip in February and March of 2001. Ms. Weir found a situation largely the reverse of what was being reported by the American media. Upon further examination of this issue – she read dozens of books on the topic – she found that the U.S. press portrayal was significantly at odds with information being reported by media throughout the rest of the world.

Disturbed that American citizens were being misinformed and uninformed on one of the most significant issues affecting them today, and discovering the problem to be systemic, she founded an organization to be directed by Americans without personal or family ties to the region who would research and actively disseminate accurate information to the American public.

Since that time, If Americans Knew has begun producing informational materials, assisted in organizing public forums, produced media studies, and provided speakers and written materials to hundreds of venues across the United States, among them Harvard Law School, Stanford, Columbia, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, The University of California at Berkeley, Northwestern University, The Center for Policy Analysis on Palestine, The National Press Club, The Naval Postgraduate School, and numerous other university campuses, churches, libraries, and civic organizations in every region of the United States.





Who wrote the Balfour Declaration and why: The World War I Connection

Order Against Our Better Judgment by Alison Weir on (Paperback: $9.93, Kindle: $6.95).

What is in the newly released JFK files? – Rex Bradford

RECORDED FRIDAY 27 OCTOBER 2017 The day after The JFK assassination files were to be released to the public per congressional order, Rachael welcomes Rex Bradford to Shadow Citizen. Mr. Bradford is the chief archivist, President and Treasurer at the Mary Ferrell Foundation (MFF) . MFF is a preeminent, privately funded, repository of documents open to the public regarding the political assassinations of the 1960s, the Watergate scandal, and post-Watergate intelligence abuse investigations. The MFF’s vast digital archive at contains over 1.3 million pages of documents, government reports, books, essays, hours of multimedia, and innovative research tools. Rachael and Rex talk about how it feels to have the murder mystery of the century winding down and if he expects justice to be served. Focusing not so much on the various theory surrounding JFK’s death, but rather the process of documentation of the event, the two explore how something like this may happen again and what citizens can do about it.

Also mentioned during this interview bits about researchers and JFK.

Jim Lazar

Allen Dulles

Silvia Marr

The Secret Team by Fletcher Pouty
The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton