Here it is our full interview with Pepe Escobar, the analyst for RT and Sputnik News who has many experiences dealing with Asia especially Middle East and he also has many articles about this region.
At the beginning of this episode, Pepe discusses Afghanistan and the process that got him and his friend to Panjshir to interview Ahmad Shah Masoud. He tells us about Masoud and the fact that it was only him that was fighting with Takfiri groups while there existed an alliance among Pakistan ISI, Saudi Arabia, and the Taliban.
Then Pepe continues on with the assassination of Masoud some days after their interview and right before 9/11. He explains that the event was sort of first stage act before 9/11. He also declares how Masoud was killed by the two fake journalists and also his article “Get Osama Now! Or Else”.
Then he mentions New Horizon conference at Beirut and the importance of having a publication and a think tank dedicated to dissident journalists to be together and to spread the facts. Pepe also believes that we need to talk to the young people and share the truth with them.
This Brazilian analyst also mentions Nader’s Show among the programs that are spreading the truth and he believes these kind of shows must be more and more.


“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

On the 14th episode of Nader’s Show we hosted Mama Edie Armstrong. Mama Edie is a bilingual storyteller, a Speech and Language Pathologist and percussionist. She was awarded a National Storytelling Network Grant and a RaceBridges Fellowship for her residency “What About the Children?” encouraging refugee children to tell their own stories.
Mama Edie starts the interview with her stunning comments on her 2017 experience of participating in the Arbaeen Walk from Najaf to Karbala saying that “it reminded me of the first time that I went to West Africa and I felt an unmistakable sense of being back home”
Then she brings up the matter of “language” use in this great walk; Mama Edie believes that it didn’t matter, that we spoke different languages, because we care to communicate and that’s important.

Mentioning her participation in Chicago March in 1966 along with Martin Luther King, Edie tells us how they asked for justice and civil rights for African Americans and how people were cursing and spitting at them; telling this she compares the two walks naming Imam Hussain and how he stood for justice and the point that Imam Hussain was an example of patience, tenacity, determination, and internal institute.

At the end, Mama Edie emphasizes on the unique aspects of Arbaeen Walk and the fact that people can be reminded of the pain but also of the triumph of spirit and we need to talk to each other and don’t’ allow anything get in the way of what we can achieve, as a human family.

“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

On the 13th episode of Nader’s Show, the Marine combat veteran of Vietnam War, Gordon Duff is hosted by Nader Talebzadeh. Duff has been in many programs on TV and radio and has experiences in intelligence business. He is the manager of the world’s largest private intelligence, a UN Diplomat, and also the senior editor of the board of Veterans Today.
The episode starts with Gordon’s comments on New Horizon Conference and the issue that law enforcement institutions are all destroyed in the U.S. and the churches are all subservient to a form of heretical evangelical Zionism.
Then he takes a closer look at United States and President Trump’s administration. He elaborates on the fact that censorship in the United States has gone off the scale. he tells us more about the election mechanisms and lobbies within the United States that control and dictates not only to the press but also to the social media through Google, Facebook etc. He also has some comments about the future of United States.
The editor of Veterans Today then elaborates on two perspectives toward Trump saying “we can see that the dialectic we’re dealing with between those in hate for Trump and that love Trump that they’re the same people and that the victims, are the American people.”


“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