Email
Password
Remember meForgot password?
Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter
Connect your Digital Journal account with Facebook or Twitter to use this feature.

article imageTeaser: 'The World Tomorrow' Ep. 2 — Left & right in 21st century

By Anne Sewell     Apr 23, 2012 in World
Tomorrow reveals the second episode of Julian Assange's controversial talk show 'The World Tomorrow'. This time Assange will be interviewing two people.
Last week Digital Journal reported on the first episode of the series in which Julian Assange interviewed Hassan Nasrallah, leader of Hezbollah including a video of the talk show.
This highly controversial episode caused a media frenzy of both criticism of and praise for Assange, including one media outlet that dubbed him a "puppet for the Kremlin" for his choice of broadcasting channel.
Slavoj Žižek
Slavoj Žižek
Andy Miah
The second episode features interviews from two opposite points of view on some of the hottest issues in the world today.
One guest will be Slovenian sociologist, philosopher and former anti-communist dissident turned communist - Slavoj Žižek.
The second, David Horowitz, who is a radical right-wing Zionist.
In previous years Horowitz was a left-wing radical and was involved in fundraising for the Black Panther Party.
David Horowitz
David Horowitz
Gage Skidmore
Assange admits he had some problems keeping the conversation on track as his guests kept turning to the Jewish question.
However, all concerned manage to discuss a range of controversial and interesting topics.
On the menu will be the Palestinians and Nazis, Israelis and Black Panthers and even the U.S. presidential race.
A portion of the show involves the creation of the "social welfare state" in Europe after WWII and its demise.
"The World Tomorrow" can be watched live on RT at 11:30 GMT. Alternatively, Digital Journal will be publishing the full episode as soon as it is available on video.
Watch this space!
More about Julian Assange, the world tomorrow, Tuesday, slavoj zizek, david horowitz
More news from
Latest News
Top News