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10 Apr, 2019 10:49

Graham Hancock: Ancient advanced civilisations-130,000 years of unacknowledged human history (E736)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Michelle O’Neill of Sinn Fein about Brexit and the legacy of Bobby Sands. Next we speak to Hussain Albukhaiti from Sanaa where he discusses the bombing of Al Raei school in Yemen by the US and UK-backed Saudi-led coalition, UK and US arms sales to the Saudis and the damaging impact this bombing will have on the surviving Yemeni schoolchildren. Finally, we speak to Graham Hancock about his new book, America Before: The Key to Earth’s Lost Civilization. He discusses how dogmatism in archaeology has covered up 130,000 years of human history in the Americas and evidence of advanced civilizations that lived in the Americas thousands of years ago, which challenges colonial narratives of uncivilized natives incapable of high culture.

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