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Bristol Broadband Co-operative
He held a gun to the commander's head "we do not shoot civilians"
Weekly Program
Enrique Rebiro, Jason Yannacopoulos
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Feb. 26, 2013, 4:51 p.m.
No Sabine this week due to technical problems but we do have an extended interview with a son of the 1974 Portuguese revolution. Enrique Rebiros father and uncle were one of the organisers of the Carnation Revolution in Portugal which replaced a fascist dictatorship with a democratic government in an election organised by the Portuguese communist party. We hear about Portugal in the aftermath of World War 2 as quietly supporting Hitler and governed by a secret Masonic government with António de Oliveira Salazar in charge. This all changed on Thursday 25th April 1974 when the Revolution of the Captains took place. The Carnation Revolution where women put carnation flowers into the rifles of the soldiers. The coup was conducted without any of the former regime being killed.
Photographer Simon Chapman is a member of the National Union of Journalists and campaigner for copyright, which the government is considering diluting, allowing free use of intellectual property for educational purposes Simon doesnt want people to be able to use his photographs for free as he explains this robs the creator of their income.
In 2011 when the Portuguese Republic avoided default by requesting international financial assistance to the International Monetary Fund, Otelo Saraiva de Carvalho, one of the best known captains who coordinated and organized the April 1974 military coup - the Carnation Revolution, stated that he wouldnt have taken part in the revolution if he had known what the country would become after it
Staying on the subject of freemasons Jason Yannacopoulos looks this week at local MP Jack Loprestis secret arms deals in Saudi Arabia as revealed in Private Eye.

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