Your Daily Investigative News Magazine


Thursday December 6th 2012

Posted on December 11, 2012 by Flashpoints

Today on Flashpoints: Seven dead in the Streets of Cairo, as pro-democracy activists continue to hold their ground in front of the presidential palace. We’ll have report from ground zero in Cairo, and we’ll speak with a human rights activist, who represents twenty one human rights groups, that have come together to outline the steps that the President can take to stem this expanding crisis. Also, we continue to celebrate the work of Emmy award winning filmmaker, John Pilger, with sound excerpts from his hard hitting mini-doc, The Quiet Mutiny, on the rebellion of US soldiers refusing to fight in Vietnam.

Click on link below to listen to show

Flashpoints 12-06-12

  • Share/Bookmark

Leave a Reply

  • Musicians!!

    We're searching for great new music produced by independent musicians and members of our global audience, so that we can be as non-corporate and copyright-free as possible. All genres -- from blues to electronica to world beats -- welcome!

    We like smart, political and well-produced music -- and are especially in search of possible new theme instrumentals. Please send it to Flashpoints, c/o KPFA, 1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Berkeley, CA 94704, or email your Mp3s at with full descriptions and credits.

  • ↑ Top