Roy Green - Saturday Feb 2nd - Hour 2 by TheRoyGreenShow published on 2013-02-02T21:37:23Z 3:05: Last weekend two British Columbia mothers, Chahna Verney and Sindee Crosby spoke of their 21 and 24 year old sons respectively being housed predominently in isolation rooms at the B.C. Forensic Psychiatric Hospital. A mattress, tear-resistant sheets, a sink and toilet are the only furnishings. Chahna Verney has been protesting her son's living conditions by living outside the Vancouver Art Gallery for the past week. What did their sons do to deserve this treatment? What has the result been of the week of mother protest, and what is the B.C. Forensic Psychiatric Hospital's position? Guests: Chahna Verney and Sindee Crosby. B.C. FPH declined to participate (this after a lengthy phone call between Green and media relations manager at the hospital). - 3:20: More Chahna Verney and Sindee Crosby. - 3:30: Afghanistan is about to limit western companies doing business in the country as far as those companies hiring western security firms is concerned. Companies will be required to hire the Afghan Private Protection Force. What happened to western militaries (even the U.S.)? They're packing up and leaving ... with their tails between their legs, as a seasoned embedded with front line troops reporter told us recently, western governments chatter about 10 year multi-national investment program in Afghanistan notwithstanding. Was Canada's sacrifice in Afghanistan a wasted effort, ultimately? and Ottawa sources reportedly claiming Algerian government not helping CSIS and RCMP agents sent to Algiers to investigate whether two Canadian citizens took part in the terror attack on the Algerian gas plant in the Sahara desert. Guest: T. Lee Humphrey. Canadian and leading international private security expert (from Afghanistan). Also organized operational security at the Sahara gas plant in 2009. - 3:45: Left-wing U.S. media are all over their usually favoured poster boy, fmr. vice president and global warming missionary Al Gore. Gore recently sold his Current TV network to Al Jazeera which is largely funded by the Middle East oil state Qatar. Jon Stewart accused Gore of "hypocrisy" during a one on one, face to face interview. We play audio of Stewart-Gore and more. Guest: Lord Christopher Monckton, from Australia. (Science and Public Policy.org). Gore's most significant critic. Gore has ducked a debate with Monckton for years, even one sponsored by Republicans in Congress. Democrats jumped to their boy's aid and refused to pass the motion.