Watch David Horowitz on ‘The World Tomorrow’ with Julian Assange


Watch David Horowitz’s interview on “The World Tomorrow” with Julian Assange. The program will be broadcast today, Tuesday, April 24 at 7:30 a.m. EST/4:30 a.m. PST and will also be available throughout the day at Russia Today

  • Amused

    Oh this is gonna be " SPECIAL " !

  • Silver Scumbag

    His first interview with Nasrallah was so "PC"and boring I could not watch all of it. Assange never probed him, it was not on the edge; Assange never asked why are there so many palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon, why are they not allowed to practice their professions? Why are the Lebanese so intolerant of palestinians? Why are there at least 10 refugee camps in Jordan and 10 in Syria? Why not allow them to live there as normal citizens? Jordan is 2/3 palestinian? Why is there no arab spring in Jordan? Is this because of Jews too?

  • http://www.maghrebchristians.com Youssef

    Christians in Mali are in a “desperate plight” following last month’s military coup, international Christian aid agency Barnabas Fund has warned.

    Government forces collapsed in the north following the coup, allowing separatist and Islamist rebels to seize control of the country’s three northern regions.

    Read more: http://www.maghrebchristians.com/2012/04/24/viole

    Youssef

    • WilliamJamesWard

      Africa is a dangerous place for any Christian or Jew, I have Missionary friends in Congo and am
      fearful for their safety, killing goes on around them all of the time. Where are the so called peace
      keepers of the UN, to busy out rapeing and pillaging to do any good. The World community has
      a very poor showing of saving indigenous people and I wonder where the Jacksons and Sharptons
      are not condemning the Islamist and Criminal slaughter going on in the black Christian populations
      that are murdered by the millions. Maybe because there is no money in it and blacks are not
      considered high enough in life to intercede, save the whales but to hell with Africans, shame
      on the World…………………………………….William

  • http://www.onlinestorage.org/ fernandodens

    The world of tomorrow sounds like its just a buzzword to get more press. What has Assange done lately? Now that he's in the spotlight he can no longer do what he's best at and leak things – So people are just riding on his name – Sold out!

  • http://www.madisdead.blogspot.com/ Mladen Andrijasevic

    03.30
    SZ
    Listen, did you ever visit the West Bank? It’s totally safe for Jews.

    Now this is a statement which shows that Slavoj Zizek has no idea what is going on in the Middle East. Mr Zizek apparently has never heard of the lunching by the Palestinian mob of two IDF reservists who accidentally entered the West Bank in 2000
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2000_Ramallah_lynchi

  • Ghostwriter

    We have a arogant pinhead (Julian Assange) interviewing David Horowitz. From what I saw of his broadcast,Assange is going to have his head handed to him by Horowitz.

  • Schlomotion

    I watched the video. I think it was well done, as was the Hasan Nasrallah interview. I would be interested to read what impression Mr. Horowitz took away from the meeting. The part where everybody compared who had the most death threats against them was funny. I had to tape that.

  • Glennd1

    Wow, did you folks hear what Horowitz said? That we should have occupied Iraq (uhh, what?), and stuck it to Syria and Iran too while we were at it. Let me just try and take him seriously, for a moment. To occupy all that territory simultaneously would take at least 750,000 U.S. trooops on a sustained basis, supported by armor and total control of the airspace. It could take much more and result in huge U.S. casualties. It would cost at least 500 billion more per year than we are spending now. And it would put us at war with segments of Islam that are very volatile. Lastly, and this may have been lost on many of you folks out there, but essentially Horowitz is taking the Saudi side in the regional conflict. Saudi Arabia would be the unalloyed leader of Arab muslims in the absence of Syria and Iran.

    Of course, this is also an Israeli supporting gambit. But here's what I don't get, truly. Why is that in any way in the interest of the U.S. to engage in any of it? Why should I care if a Zionist gets to live in Palestine or a Libyan Islamist lives free of repression? The U.S. has no interest in either outcome. Why would anyone who loves this country suggest such a course of action when it so obviously is not in our interest to do so?

    • Schlomotion

      I think it came out in the discussion. Zizek pointed out Horowitz' picture of Stalin. This seems like a modification of Stalin. Stalin modified Leninism into "Soci.alism in One Country." Horowitz modified this further into "Soci.alism in Zero Countries." Given the defeat of all communist revolutions in Europe including in Russia, the Soviet Union should adopt a strong anti-communist stance. This will confuse the hell out of people. He fights for an Israel he never visited, he advocates an America that he admits can't exist due to the limitations of human nature. You could also call it "On the Slogan for a United States of the Middle East."

      • reader

        Did you ever visit the Middle East or Russia? And, speaking about Stalin, why would he run Comintern having modified Leninism into the "Socialism in One Country" as you claim?

        • Schlomotion

          I have not visited the Middle East yet. The points I have made are in America and about Americans anyway. As to Stalin's motivations for modifying Leninism, read an article. I assure you that I did not fabricate the entire history of the Soviet Union yesterday afternoon just for the sake of debate:
          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socialism_in_one_cou

          • reader

            Read an article? You need to do better than this, especially when you call a wiki entry this way, troll. So, I suppose, if Horowitz can't voice his opinion on the Middle East having not being there, you can't either. Get lost then.

          • Schlomotion

            I don't take issue with his views on the Middle East. I take issue with how he treats Americans in his attempt to enforce his views of the Middle East.

          • reader

            He is an American. I have an issue with how you treat your key-board to enforce your views on anything.

          • Schlomotion

            He is a peculiar sort of American. He is a Stalinist American denuded of all but the most Zionist-friendly elements of Stalinism. Most of his writings are attacks on Americans, American movements, and though they are cogently written, the marketing and promotion of such seems to be where there real socially ill effects are at.

          • reader

            Actually, you are a trivial sort of Stalinis, since most of your posts are filled with all sorts of KGB-style trickery of misapplying and conflating terms completely out of context and their real meaning.

  • Amused

    Assange is a Class A P.O.S. , I would legitimize this angry misfit by granting him a interview .When asked by his own people regarding the safety of those mentioned in the release of the STOLEN computer files , .
    by his little muse in the US Army , Assange replied F–K 'EM .
    As far as I'm concerned I wouldn't piss on HIM IF HE WAS ON FIRE .

  • http://www.maghrebchristians.com Youssef

    Mr. Azarm was arrested by plainclothes agents of the Islamic Ministry of State Security during the early hours of 17th Oct. 2011.

    Being held in an unknown location without visiting privileges for most of his six months of imprisonment; his family were held in the dark about his conditions, and not allowed to visit him for most of his six months of captivity. The family had severely been warned about any publicity of his arrest and were frightened of contacting local, national, or indeed the international press.

    Read more: http://www.maghrebchristians.com/2012/04/25/unexp

    Youssef