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You are listening to Historically, a show where we decolonize history and debunk myths taught in school and on corporate media.




The Retirement Heist with Jeffrey (non-dead & non-pedophile) Epstein

Listen to the way uncle sam stole thousands of retirements!


Katrina: A Manmade Disaster with Greg Palast

Contrary to popular belief, Katrina did not destroy New Orleans. Rather, it was the oil companies. Today, investigative journalist and author Greg Palast joins us to talk about Hurricane Katrina, Oil Companies and the British Petroleum Disaster. This is a tale of intrigue, fraud and the federal government’s conscience choice that allowed so much suffering.


The Legacy of Juan Peron with Ernesto Seman

Today’s episode will be about Juan Perón and his complicated legacy.


Empire of Borders with Todd Miller

Today, Todd Miller joins us to talk about his new book, “Empire of Borders.” What is going on at the US-Mexico border, is just the tip of the iceberg. The US Security state is worldwide and it is waging a war in on the Poor.


Confessions of a Border Patrol Agent with Jenn Budd

Jenn Budd was a border patrol agent between 1994 and 2001. She spills the beans on the daily operations of the border patrol agents. While, these revelations are shocking, things have gotten worse in the last 18 years since she left! When Jenn apprehended a family, her first words to her mother were, “ I feel like a Nazi.” In this episode, we learn about the crimes, atrocities and much more that fills the border patrol agencies. We also learn about the infiltration of white nationalists.


Judge, Jury and Executioner with Brian Mier

Last year, we covered the evil judicial coup engineered by the think tanks at Washington and Wallstreet against Lula Da Silva, thereby ensuring a Bolosnaro victory. However, new allegations have come out about the Judge Sergio Moro in these leaked documents. He was more than an impartial judge. He was actively collaborating with the prosecution to take down one of the most populist leaders in the country. Today, Brain Mier from Brasilwire, joins us to talk about this and his new book “Year...


Who Shot JFK? Part 2 with Mal Hyman

As Kennedy aide and historian Arthur Schlesinger declared,"we were at war with the national security people." JFK was planning to withdraw combat troops from Vietnam, he proposed a joint space shot with the Soviets, he stopped nuclear testing above ground and was moving to ban all nuclear testing, he was trying to control the CIA, he was exploring diplomacy with Cuba, he pushed through the Alliance for Progress, he was influencing conditions on World Bank loans, he was vigorously prosecuting...


Democratic Dysfunction with Ryan Grim

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez may seem like she came from nowhere, but the movement that propelled her to office – and to global political stardom – has been building for 30 years. We’ve Got People is the story of that movement, which first exploded into public view with the largely forgotten presidential run of the Rev. Jesse Jackson, a campaign that came dangerously close to winning. With the party and the nation at a crossroads, this timely and original book offers new insight into how...


Iran: Imperial Vengeance with Gareth Porter

Iran’s sins seems to be overthrowing US puppet dictator, the Shah of Iran. US has never forgiven Iran for that. For much of the past 40 years, the Iranian crisis has been manufactured with a compliant media. Gareth Porter is an American historian, investigative journalist, author and policy analyst specializing in U.S. national security policy. He has studied Iran for nearly 30 years. His book Manufactured Crisis, talks about how neocons within various administrations have waged successful...


The JFK Assasination with Mal Hyman

Mal Hyman wrote the book "Burying the Lead: The Media and the JFK Assassination", whic explores how the power elite worked with the media--from the murder until today. Today, he joins our show to talk about the JFK assasination.


Who Killed the Manufacturing Industries with Benjamin Studebaker?

Benjamin Studebaker, South Bend resident, who belongs to the famous Studebaker car manufacturing family tells us the story of what happened to the manufacturing industry in America and the broken promises. For decades, economists have been arguing that eventually, technology would boomerang around and replace the manufacturing jobs. That is not what happened. The manufacturing companies employed people in the order of 10k. The new tech companies employ only a fraction. This also brings...


Neoliberal History of Croatia with Katarina Peovic

Marxist professor and candidate for president joins us to talk about the history of Croatia after the war and the predatory capitalism and shock doctrine that they were exposed to! She also gives us a new framework to move forward in Croatia for the future.


Misinterpreting Huey Long with Moshik Temkin

Today, Harvard Professor Moshik Temkin joins us to talk about how pundits recently have misinterpreted history and also talk about Huey Long and his legacy.


Pentagon Papers with Sen. Mike Gravel

Most of the other episodes, we got people to talk about history. Today, we have a man who made history. Senator Mike Gravel who was Senator from Alaska from 1969-1981 joins us to talk about Daniel Elsberg, the Pentagon Papers and his role in making sure that the public got to read the real reasons for why they were in Vietnam. He also talks about the intelligence agencies and lack of civilian oversight. He also expresses his concern for the US foreign policy.


One Hundred Years of Corporate Crimes on Colombia with Dan Kovalik

While most of us think that class warfare is a figurative expression, but in Colombia organizing a union can be fatal. Labor-rights attorney Dan Kovalik joins us to talk about his famous case he filed under the Alien Torts Act. Coca Cola assassinated a union leader for daring to ask for better conditions. Later, Dan Kovalik talks about the new Banana Wars waged by Chiquita against unions in Colombia. We finally drill into the history of Corporate America’s war in Colombia and their most...


Dag Hammarskjöld and the Red, White and Blue Menace

Today, Andreas Rocksén, famed Swedish Journalist and Filmmaker joins us to talk about his new film: Cold Case Hammarskjöld. In the film, Mr. Rocksén helps uncover the mystery of how the very first UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld died. He takes us through a web of conspiracy that implicates mineral companies, South African Paramilitaries, M16, CIA and even Margaret Thatcher.


White Slavery Children: Abolitionists Weaponizing Identity w. Mary Mitchell

It is not a right wing conspiracy. In the collection of reconstruction photography, there is a picture of Rose, Edward, and Rebecca. They had been recently freed slave children who looked remarkably white. They were toured around as a fundraising effort for the Freedman Bureau's new schools. Today, Mary Mitchell from the University of New Orleans, to discuss this, and how the early schools for slave children fared and the challenges of education during the reconstruction era.


Worker Revolts: From Pyramid Shut-ins to Bombing Westminister

Civilization has always been a clash between the working class and the ruling class. Throughout history, the working class has frequently fought back against the ruling class and sometimes they won! On Today's episode, John from Working Class History talks about the History of Working Class Fighting Back for Better Rights! Patrons get bonus content with pictures and other video footage.


Ep 24: History of Neocons and their blueprints for Armageddon

The Elliott Abrams hearing and the Trump administration’s threats toward Venezuela have put neoconservatives back in the news. Robbie Martin (@FluorescentGrey) of Media Roots Radio breaks down the history of the neocons; who they are, where they came from, what they believe, and why we’ve been unable to get rid of them.


Ep 23-The History of the Invisible Afro-Venezuelans w Jeanette Charles

They are invisible to western Media. They are silent to the Western Audience, however, 60% of Venezuela identifies themselves as Afro-Venezuelan. Venezuela is one of the few majority black countries in the hemisphere. Today, Jeanette Charles from Venezuela Analysis joins us to trace the history of the Afro-Venezuelans from the 1700s. We learn about the shared culture and heritage with Haiti, we talk about 19 and 20th-century imperialism and finally their empowerment after the Bolivarian...