>The Best Radio Program in America

>If you feel the need, as I do, to keep at least one finger pointed in the direction of mainstream news sources, let me strongly suggest John Batchelor and his three-hour Sunday night current affairs program.

Available from 10 pm eastern until 1 am via KFI in Los Angeles and from New York from 7 pm eastern until 10 pm on WABC in New York (click on the “listen live” button on each website), this excerpt from his show’s promotional materials tells it all:

… The John Batchelor Show is an essential tool for understanding the new order in the 21st Century. The world is now facing a dangerous and fanatical enemy determined to destroy Western civilization on both political and military fronts. In this, the first great ideological battle of the new millennium, it is imperative to know the major players and the theaters in which they operate.

The John Batchelor Show features a multitude of distinctive elements. John’s themes cover every detail – from military battles, presidential campaigns, planetary exploration, and Hollywood politicos to his own international travel. John has broadcast from many corners of the world and in his program he calls out to all points, including New York, Jerusalem, Des Moines, Kazakhstan, Orlando, Manchester, Morocco, Boston, Taipei, Washington, and Baghdad…

Remember – you’re NOT going to get anti-NWO material here.

What you will get is the consistently most intelligent, in-depth discussion of domestic and foreign geopolitical topics I’ve found on radio – think NPR without the smug leftist point of view. Most importantly, you WON’T hear many of these issues discussed in the mainstream media for several days after Batchelor addresses them, if ever.

That’s been my experience since 2002 and the start of GWII, when I started listening.

Give it a try, either live or via podcast/web recording (scroll about 3/4 down the page and look for Batchelor under the “Sunday” listing).

One response to “>The Best Radio Program in America

  1. >John does an outstanding job on his show. As cabinboy knows, John was on WABC five nights a week until about 18 months ago. Now he’s back on Sundays only. Maybe WABC will let him resume his previous schedule if they hear from enough of us.