Canadian activist and an intuitive author, Stephen Gowans, is on “Nader’s Show” to share his insights on the hypocrisy of our time portrayed in Western media.
Gowans digs deep into controversial issues few dare to walk near in the West. He shares his views on how the West twisted the truth on the NATO war in Yugoslavia, the siege of Gorazde, the seizure of a ship with Iranian cargo by the British, the US economic terrorism, and the origins of the US foreign policy.

Gowans unravels how the US-Israeli relationship is built around a give and take dynamic where one sponsors the other to survive and the latter is a loyal tool working to guarantee the interests of its master in the Middle East region.

Gowans also elucidates how any sovereign State that asserts its own sovereignty and independence is intimidated by the US in any way possible but portrayed deceitfully as a threat in the Western media to depict the victim as the aggressor in order to mobilize public support.


“Nader’s Show” is hosted by Iranian filmmaker and writer Nader Talebzadeh, who has produced programs for an Iranian audience including a vast number of interviews with the US dissidents and whistleblowers.
American government couldn’t stand his voice of truth thus put sanctions on him to silent his voice, but Nader started a show to be the voice of the voiceless. Voice of the people who has been sanctioned either by governments or by the corporate media.
In “Nader’s Show” he wants to go beyond the borders and let the voices be heard.


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In this episod, Talebzadeh interviews a British social activist who was an eyewitness to bombing of Gaza by the Israeli forces and many other turning points in the Middle East region including the Egyptian Revolution and conflicts in Syria.
While in Syria, she researched on NATO backed #WhiteHelmets. She gained valuable information on their claims, found shocking evidence against their conducts and worked hard to bring awareness to people all around the world about their existence in Syria.


“Nader’s Show” is hosted by Iranian filmmaker and writer Nader Talebzadeh, who has produced programs for an Iranian audience including a vast number of interviews with the US dissidents and whistleblowers.
American government couldn’t stand his voice of truth thus put sanctions on him to silent his voice, but Nader started a show to be the voice of the voiceless. Voice of the people who has been sanctioned either by governments or by the corporate media.
In “Nader’s Show” he wants to go beyond the borders and let the voices be heard.


Website:
https://NaderTalebzadeh.com

Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/nadersshow/

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/NadersShow

Once a successful Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury and a winner of the United States Treasury Meritorious Service Award in 1981 and the French Legion of Honour in 1987, Paul Craig Roberts is known for his outstanding economic efforts. As well as writing dozens of books and controversial papers, his articles have been shared on famous journals and newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and Harper’s.
He is also known for his clear critiques of the Zionist Regime and the records of the Neocons in the U.S. foreign policy. He also believes that the Neoconservatives are responsible for the U.S. attacks on Yugoslavia and Serbia, besides the vicious plots against Iraq, Libya, Syria and Iran.
In this interview with Nader Talebzadeh, Roberts is going to explain the evolution of the Neoconservatism and its impacts on the U.S. foreign policy. He explains how they inflitrated the political structure of the United States during the Reagan era which has survived up to today. Watch this striking interview and enjoy the first-hand eye-opening information narrated by Paul Craig Roberts.


“Nader’s Show” is hosted by Iranian filmmaker and writer Nader Talebzadeh, who has produced programs for an Iranian audience including a vast number of interviews with the US dissidents and whistleblowers.
American government couldn’t stand his voice of truth thus put sanctions on him to silent his voice, but Nader started a show to be the voice of the voiceless. Voice of the people who has been sanctioned either by governments or by the corporate media.
In “Nader’s Show” he wants to go beyond the borders and let the voices be heard.


Website:
https://NaderTalebzadeh.com

Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/nadersshow/

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/NadersShow

“Nader’s Show” is hosted by Iranian filmmaker and writer Nader Talebzadeh, who has produced programs for an Iranian audience including a vast number of interviews with the US dissidents and whistleblowers.
American government couldn’t stand his voice of truth thus put sanctions on him to silent his voice, but Nader started a show to be the voice of the voiceless. Voice of the people who has been sanctioned either by governments or by the corporate media.
In “Nader’s Show” he wants to go beyond the borders and let the voices be heard.


Website:
https://NaderTalebzadeh.com

Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/nadersshow/

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/NadersShow

Following the shootdown of a U.S. drone over Iran’s territorial waters and the controversies after that, Nader Talebzadeh is going to have a comprehensive discussion with three prominent experts on Nader’s Show;

Dr. Scott Bennett, ex-U.S. army 11th Psychological Operations Battalion and a researcher at the Heritage Foundation

Pepe Escobar, a prominent correspondent for Asia Times and an analyst for RT

Michael Maloof, ex-senior security policy analyst for the U.S. Secretary of Defense and a specialized trainer for border guards and Special Forces, also Director of the Technology Security Operations for the U.S. Department of Defense

“Nader’s Show” is hosted by Iranian filmmaker and writer Nader Talebzadeh, who has produced programs for an Iranian audience including a vast number of interviews with the US dissidents and whistleblowers. American government couldn’t stand his voice of truth thus put sanctions on him to silent his voice, but Nader started a show to be the voice of the voiceless. Voice of the people who has been sanctioned either by governments or by the corporate media. In “Nader’s Show” he wants to go beyond the borders and let the voices be heard.

Website:
https://NaderTalebzadeh.com

Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/nadersshow/

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/NadersShow

The story of the Middle East has always been accompanied by propaganda, a region always tied with interventions from outsider countries that constantly try to change the results of political equations in their own favors.

With a look at the Yemen crisis, not only do we see the support of the US but we see the actual footprints.

Likewise, the so-called Deal of the Century is in fact a true joke of the century ( https://bit.ly/2IRKhk8 ) upon the region fabricated by some delinquents.

Similarly, the ongoing Iran- US situation, is created as a gift to Israel. A present with a cherry on top for Israel and a backfire for America’s national interests.


“Nader’s Show” is hosted by Iranian filmmaker and writer Nader Talebzadeh, who has produced programs for an Iranian audience including a vast number of interviews with the US dissidents and whistleblowers.
American government couldn’t stand his voice of truth thus put sanctions on him to silent his voice, but Nader started a show to be the voice of the voiceless. Voice of the people who has been sanctioned either by governments or by the corporate media.
In “Nader’s Show” he wants to go beyond the borders and let the voices be heard.


Website:
https://NaderTalebzadeh.com

Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/nadersshow

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/NadersShow

The meeting between the Leader of the Islamic Republic and the prime minister of Japan on June 13, 2019 had two significances. First it broke the traditional censorship on what the Leader has been saying for over three decades .The prime minister obviously was carrying a message from the US president and it had to be heard by the Leader. Here the voice and the answer were much different than what the Iranian president or foreign minister would say and much more dynamic.

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