Project Censored


Project Censored is a non-profit, media criticism and investigative journalism project within the Sonoma State University Foundation. It is managed through the School of Social Sciences at the university.


According to the Project Censored official website, the organization describes itself as a media research group that "tracks the news published in independent journals and newsletters. From these, Project Censored compiles an annual list of 25 news stories of social significance that have been overlooked, under-reported or self-censored by the country's major national news media."[1]

Rwanda Day-San Francisco: More lies to entrench Kagame in power



On November 4, 2016, I spoke to Project Censored, the radio hour of the Project Censored Project. We spoke about Rwanda-Day in San Francisco, another episode of the ongoing propaganda effort that is used to justify President Paul Kagame's totalitarian rule in Rwanda and his repeated invasion and plunder of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. We also talked about Kagame's close and longstanding relationship with the Clintons, which causes both Rwandese and Congolese people to dread the Clintons return to The White House.  


Creating South Sudan: George Clooney, John Prendergast, and George Bush

The Pentagon in Africa: Humanitarian Excuse and Abuse

On Friday, June 10th, I spoke to Project Censored Directors Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips about my essay in progress for the 2011 Yearbook, on the most censored or mangled stories and disinformation campaigns in Africa, most all about humanitarian abuse and excuse for the militarization of the African continent by AFRICOM, the U.S. Africa Command.





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