Monday, December 20, 2021

CoVax Mandate Racism (SOAPBOX PODCAST DECEMBER 19, 2021)


December 20, 2021


TOPIC: CoVax and Racism, etc

Guest: Lisa Davis 

Lisa Davis

Lisa Davis is a long time NJ community activist, the vice-chair of the Black is Back Coalition (BIBC) and chair of its Healthcare Working Group, which is tasked with the  mission of establishing an advocacy network of revolutionary people within the Black community who are involved in healthcare, be it naturopathic or allopathic,  and who are committed to challenging the paradigm of this current racist, for profit, medical system.    After learning at a very young age the important role that nutrition plays in our health and emotional well being, she has been on a 30 year journey that leads her back to the power of African ancestral medicines and the true, definition of “Science.”   Science in the ancient African tradition involves the study of the boundless energy of the earth and the synergistic relationship that exists between humans, the earth, plant life and other life forms.   Unfortunately today,  it is the colonizer’s view of science, which is steeped in racism, violence, biochemical warfare and profit that governs most of our world view.  And whereas she commends the Black Liberation Struggle for being on the forefront of fighting against the abuses of a racist judicial and law enforcement society, she is adamant that we must become equally as vocal about the devastating manifestations of colonialism and structural racism in today’s concept of medical science.  



Dr. Fauci opens up the possibility that the COVID-19 vaccine could be making people more likely to be infected by the virus. "This would not be the first time, if it happened, that a vaccine that looked good in initial safety actually made people worse."


Sunday, December 19, 2021

Speaking Truth to Empire w/Dan Yaseen (DECEMBER 2021 EDITION)


December 2021

Wednesday December 15 - 3 to 3:30 p.m.

Speaking Truth to Empire on KFCF 88.1 FM independently owned and locally operated since 1975 in Fresno, Dan Yaseen interviews John Whitehead, an attorney and author who has written, debated and practiced widely in the area of constitutional law and human rights. Whitehead's concern for the persecuted and oppressed led him, in 1982, to establish The Rutherford Institute, a nonprofit civil liberties and human rights organization. His website is:

They discuss “Metaversae”, the collusion between Big Tech and Big Government.


Monday, December 13, 2021

Understanding 21st Century Socialism (SOAPBOX PODCAST 12/13/21)


December 13, 2021
Guest: Dust James
Topic: Understanding 21st Century Socialism 
Cindy and Dust chat about a variety of topic relating to the origins of socialism right up to Socialism for the 21st C.
Dust James
Dust James is host of Anti-Imperialist America and
        Working-Class Revolt He is a member of the Center for
Political Innovation, has been active in immigrant's rights,
anti-war, counter-recruitment, environmentalism, and coalition building with an emphasis on workers' power.

 June 2021, Cindy and Dust chat about 



Friday, December 3, 2021

Justice for All (Kashmiri) Political Prisoners (SOAPBOX PODCAST DECEMBER 3, 2021)


December 3, 2021





Working for Justice for All Canada, Tazeen Hasan is a Harvard-educated human rights activist, and writer. She is the recipient of the Harvard Spotlight award 2000 for her coverage of Uygur refugees which she did after living with them for four weeks in two cities of Turkey. She is the co-author of two anthologies published in Canada.

She is well-traveled and has lived in South Asia, the Middle East, and North America. Her writings have been widely published in all three regions. Her focus is mostly human rights abuses, genocide, and international human rights and humanitarian law but she has also written on women, transgender, and migration issues.

Currently, she is the campaign manager at Justice For All Canada and running a global campaign for the release of Kashmiri prisoners. She is well connected with Kashmiri communities around the world and particularly with the families of many arbitrarily detained prisoners in Indian administered Kashmir. 




Shabir Shah Justice For All USA Links

Shabir Ahmed Shah Canada

Khurram Parvez

Resources for Kashmir (United Nations, Amnesty, and Kashmiri local documentation of Human Rights)




 Campaign Against the Arbitrary Detention. 

Email:  and Twitter link @TazeenHasan  Phone: 001-780-9374750.


Sunday, November 28, 2021

Speaking Truth to Empire w/Dan Yaseen (NOVEMBER 2021 EDITION)



Speaking Truth to Empire” on KFCF 88.1 independently owned and locally operated since 1975 in Fresno, Dan Yaseen interviews Tunde Osazua, a member of the Black Alliance for Peace, he is the coordinator of U.S. Out of Africa Network. They discuss the Black Alliance for Peace, AFRICOM, American and European imperialism in Africa. 






Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Facts: RussiaGate Indictments AND Nicaragua Elections with Don DeBar (SOAPBOX PODCAST 11/10/21)


November 10, 2021


GUEST: Don DeBar

TOPICS: RussiaGate Indictments and

Nicaraguan Elections

Today Cindy and Don chat about the deceptive and vicious RussiaGate and the recent exposure and indictments of the conspirators.

As a bonus, the despicable hypocrisy of the US and its toadies in the media, etc, declaring that the Nicaraguan elections were compromised.


From the Jimmy Dore Show:




 Historic Victory for the Sandinista Revolution and a beating for the Industry of Hate

By Raúl Alejandro Palmero on November 9, 2021



Saturday, October 30, 2021

Hillary a Humanitarian? In BizarroWorld, Perhaps (Soapbox Podcast 10/30/21)


October 30, 2021




Guests: Vivek Jain (Child Psychiatrist)

Mark Wood (Professor of Religious Studies)


Topic: Why Hillary Clinton should NOT receive

a prestigious humanitarian award.


Two Ghouls for your Halloween Scare!

Letter to the American Academy of Childhood and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP)

Dear AACAP Leadership:

We write to express serious concern about the selection of former senator and secretary of state Hillary Clinton to receive this year's Catchers in the Rye Humanitarian Award. 

The award was established to "honor an individual who has made sustained and significant contributions to the field of children's mental health." 

We believe that an honest assessment of Clinton's domestic and foreign policy record demonstrates a profoundly troubling disregard for the wellbeing of children and especially for the wellbeing of poor children of color.

With regard to domestic policy, Clinton opposes universal state subsidized health insurance. The lack of universal health coverage leaves millions of children and their families without access to health care resources. She has been a solid ally of the for-profit health insurance and health care conglomerates, prioritizing private financial interests over public health and the public good. She served on the board of Walmart, a company whose record of aggressive anti-unionism and paying wages so low that many workers qualify for state aid is well-known. She has been a stalwart supporter of Wall Street firms and neoliberal policies that have resulted in record levels of socioeconomic inequality. As a result of these policies, millions of working families, and disproportionately families of color, struggle to meet the basic needs of their children, let alone possess the means to provide their children the resources needed to flourish. 

Though Clinton served on the board of directors for the Children's Defense Fund (CDF), she lent considerable support as First Lady for her husband's restructuring of welfare. About this legislation, founder and former president of the CDF Marian Wright Edelman wrote that "'President Clinton's 'signature on this pernicious bill makes a mockery of his pledge not to hurt children.'" Mrs. Edelman's husband, Peter Edelman, who served in the Clinton administration, resigned in protest, calling the legislation the worst thing president Clinton has done. Hillary Clinton regarded the welfare reform legislation to be a great success. She also supported her husband's criminal justice reform efforts, which many scholars contend was racist and classist as it led to a massive increase in the incarceration of persons of color and the poor. The US now has the dubious distinction of having the highest incarceration rate in the world. 

Hillary Clinton has been among the most hawkish of political figures in a nation that leads the world in military spending and militarism. She has consistently supported increased military spending and energetically advocated for every US military intervention. Clinton supported the bombing, invasion and occupation of Iraq, causing hundreds of thousands of civilian deaths. She played an instrumental role in persuading the Obama administration to undertake a massive bombing campaign against Libya, causing tens of thousands of civilian deaths and making Libya a haven for terrorist organizations and slave markets.  As thoroughly documented by Brown University's Cost of War site, US military interventions supported by Clinton have resulted in hundreds of thousands of civilian casualties, the majority of whom were children, and the destruction of life-supporting infrastructure. War is the ultimate crime against children and, as Columbia University professor Jeffrey Sachs wrote, Clinton's "foreign policy ‘experience’ has been to support every war demanded by the US deep security state run by the military and the CIA.” 

As secretary of state she supported the overthrow of the elected president of Honduras and the installation of the current regime that has engaged in savage repression and murder of poor and indigenous populations and which has fueled a massive migration of families, including tens of thousands of children, fleeing terror and seeking refuge in the United States. Last but not least, Hillary Clinton has been a strong supporter of some of the most tyrannical regimes in the world, all of which run roughshod over the health and wellbeing of children. 

One could go on to enumerate many other examples of policies that Hillary Clinton has supported which have caused and are still causing immeasurable suffering to children and their families. Though she and the Clinton Foundation have supported efforts to improve the lives of children, Hillary Clinton's record as First Lady, senator and secretary of state is overwhelmingly not favorable with regard to support for the health and wellbeing of children and especially for the wellbeing of poor children and children of color in the US and in other nations. 

For these reasons, we implore you to reconsider your nomination of Hillary Clinton for this award.

There are so many others who truly deserve this important recognition.


Helen Caldicott MBBS, FRACP, MD, 
Member of American  Board of Pediatrics, 
Founder of Physicians for Social Responsibility – 1985 Nobel Peace Prize

Margaret Flowers, MD
Director, Popular Resistance

Cindy Sheehan
Host/Executive Producer of the Soapbox
Founder of the Women's March on the Pentagon

David Swanson
Executive Director, World Beyond War

Mark D. Wood
Professor, Religious Studies
Director, School of World Studies 2013-2021
Virginia Commonwealth University


Click HERE to add your name to the petition asking AACAP to rescind the award to the cold-blooded killer Clinton!