Al-Masdar Podcast 13- Brandon Turbeville on western media

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Brandon Turbeville is a writer out of Florence, South Carolina. He is the author of seven books, The Road To Damascus- The Anglo-American Assault on Syria, Codex Alimentarius- The End of Health Freedom, Seven Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions, The Difference It Makes: 36 Reasons Hillary Clinton Should Never Be President, and Dispatches From A Dissident Vol. 1 and 2. He is a staff writer for Activist Post and has published over 700 hundred articles dealing with a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, war, government corruption, and civil liberties. He has been a guest on numerous alternative media broadcasts as well as mainstream outlets. Turbeville is also an occasional contributor to other media outlets such as Natural Blaze, The Anti Media, and Progressive Gazette, Era Of Wisdom, and Off Rail Alliance. His books can be found in the bookstore at BrandonTurbeville.com, www.FalseFlagPublications.blogspot.com, TheBookPatch.com, and Amazon.com.

Turbeville is also a the host of Truth on the Tracks, a weekly news round up that serves as a hub for activists, information, and solutions. Truth on the Tracks airs every Monday and Friday night at 9pm EST on UCY.TV/TT.

CONTACT:

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Contact Brandon at [email protected]

OTHER RELEVANT SITES:

Main website: www.BrandonTurbeville.com

Russian Backup Blog: www.BrandonTurbevilleRussia.blogspot.com

Truth on The Tracks – Radio Show website: www.UCY.TV/TT

www.ActivistPost.com (staff writer)

www.TheAntiMedia.org (Contributing Writer)

www.ProgressiveGazette.com (Contributing Writer)

www.NaturalBlaze.com (Contributing Writer)

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Brad Blankenship is an American student of philosophy and political science as well as the director of Al-Masdar's podcast.

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