Jason Ditz


This interview is excerpted from the KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles broadcast of January 21st. The original is available here.

Jason Ditz, managing news editor at Antiwar.com, discusses the ongoing developments in the Tunisia revolution; the nervous Middle East/N. African dictators of US client states who fear they could be toppled next; the State Department group-think revealed in the WikiLeaks diplomatic cables; the low-enriched uranium swap proposal that will leave Iran up to its eyeballs in medical isotopes; Bradley Manning’s mistreatment in the Quantico marine brig and the MLK day protests on his behalf; large scale bombings in Iraq that may indicate a revitalized Sunni insurgency; and the goings-on in Lebanon, where a successful coalition would allow Hezbollah to form a government.

MP3 here. (25:55)

Jason Ditz is the managing news editor at Antiwar.com.

3 thoughts on “Jason Ditz”

  1. I have a dream that all our people get up and stand up for their rights in North Africa and the Middle East.
    I have a dream that all tyrants in North Africa and the Middle East are toppled by the opressed masses.

    Oppression can not last forever and thanks to the fearless Tunisians, Africa and the Middle East are going to be liberated in the coming days and months.

    The only people to lose if my people are free are those who has sponsored dictators for half a century to oppress the masses in the region.

  2. Thawrat AL_Tunis/Msr will end as sold disCOrpz jordan and walidzynSPY By bribed Azhaar'z to Abodbradee iLabz under Global Naked Palin Blackwaterz…Thawrat Al_Million Masjid is UE Khelafah Rasheda NOW

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