The Whistleblower Newsroom

The Whistleblower Newsroom, a platform by whistleblowers, for whistleblowers and about whistleblowers with journalists Celia Farber, Kristina Borjesson and their whistleblowing guests Who stood up for the truth when others wouldn’t

April 29th, 2019    

The Whistleblower Newsroom: Tracing The Tragedy: New Book Traces Autism’s Origins

n this episode of The Whistleblower Newsroom, Celia and Kristina speak with author, medical historian and whistleblower Forrest Maready, who reveals shocking details about the true origins of the autism epidemic, and how one single ingredient added to vaccines in the 1930s may have set the stage for the unfolding catastrophe decades later. 
 His new book "The Autism Vaccine: The Story Of Modern Medicine's Greatest Tragedy," out on May 1st, called "...a masterpiece" by early reviewers.
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April 19th, 2019    

The Whistleblower Newsroom: America’s Pedophilia Epidemic

America’s Pedophilia Epidemic: Nick Bryant, an investigative journalist and author of THE FRANKLIN SCANDAL: A Story of Powerbrokers, Child Abuse and Betrayal, draws devastating parallels between an interstate child-sex ring that hit the headlines in the eighties and the current Epstein story. Those parallels and a press unwilling to shine a constant, unflinching light on the subject help explain why the public is unaware that pedophilia in U.S. government agencies and around the country has reached epidemic proportions.

April 15th, 2019    

The Whistleblower Newsroom: Arresting Assange

The Whistleblower Newsroom: Arresting Assange: Recorded the day Julian Assange was dragged out of the Ecuadorian Embassy head first, this episode reminds listeners of the most explosive Information Wikileaks has made public and then brings on his friend, retired CIA analyst Ray McGovern, to examine the charges against him and what's most likely in store for Assange. 


April 5th, 2019    

The Whistleblower Newsroom: Bowen, Bound and Gagged

Bowen, Bound and Gagged: Citigroup whistleblower Richard Bowen gives a harrowing account of how two government agencies (SEC and DOJ) and the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission  tasked with investigating the causes of the 2008 financial crisis censored him, gagged him and otherwise tied up his efforts to blow the whistle and hold Citigroup accountable for massive malfeasance that significantly contributed to the crisis.

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