Monday, June 25, 2012
Mike Rivero is guest hosting.
The Muslim Brotherhood candidate has won the vote in Egypt, and pledged increased ties with Iran. Voting machine source code has been posted through Black Box Voting, and the responsible company fights back. Spain has requested a bailout due to lack of liquidity, as EU problems continue to mount and currency becomes harder to come by around the globe. Many corporations - including municipalities - are implementing creative and disingenuous methods of increasing their cash flow. The push toward conflict as a resolution to economic woes is growing.
Michael focuses on agriculture and medical industries with some mention of wartime propaganda and strategies. Later he discusses attempts by internet and computing giants to shore up their income and clean up their services, as all economies struggle to squeeze cash flow out of a dwindling supply. He also provides more updates on war technology, space exploration, and Middle Eastern politics.
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Today: Dr. James Thring and Dr. Duke talk about the ethics of causing massive civil casualties in bombing during the last century of Zionist-driven wars. It is pointed out that most wars fought in the name of human rights actually occur far greater loss of human rights, well-being and life than not going to war in the first place. A fascinating perspective from Dr. Thring's British point of view why the Second World War was avoidable, and why it offers us ways to avoid future cataclysmic conflicts.