In this post Thanksgiving show Gary Null speaks with guest Mary Holland on the topic of vaccines. Before that long interview Gary plays an insightful audio clip on millennials in the work place and also gives you the best insight on health and healing.
Dahr Jamail is an award winning journalist and author who is a full-time staff reporter for Truthout.org. His work is currently focusing on Anthropogenic Climate Disruption. Today we talk about the murder of the oceans. Download this episode (right click and save)
A Bowl of /Soul Broadcast – 7-29-2016 Quiet Storm – Smokey Robinson – R&B – 1975 I Wanna Be Loved – Dinah Washington – R&B/Pop – 1962 Daddy’s Home – Shep and Limelites – Doo Wop/R&B – 1961 Nights Over Egypt – R&B – The Jones Girls – 1981 Hello It’s Me – The Isley Brothers – R&B/Pop – 1974 …
Descriptions for THE EXPAT FILES SHOW #580- 07-29-2016 (FRI): #1- Are you a clueless Gringo? The clueless outnumber the smart ones by probably 50 to 1: Why? Because even when clueless ones begin to know the ropes they often take two steps backward simply by hanging with too many of the other clueless gringos: #2-It takes quality time …
Desperate to make the Law of Attraction work for you? That’s what’s holding you back. An attitude of desperation only insures that what you want won’t happen. Instead, all you’ll get back is more reasons to feel desperate. But overcoming feelings of desperation is easier said that done, particularly if you have real reason to be desperate. That’s why this …
On “The Gary Null Show” Gary does a quick but excellent health and healing segment, Gary enlightens you on The Children And The CIA and Why the US can’t stay away from Iraq, he also opens up the phone lines for a Talk Back segment with the listeners. Gary’s Break Song –I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor and Soul Man – Sam & Dave …
Bridge to Climate Disaster: How the Clinton Team Is Trying Build Out Fracking: Listen to David Braun, Co-Founder of Americans Against Fracking in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.
CONVERSATIONS WITH REMARKABLE MINDS
Understanding the coup in Turkey – and the history of CIA/US involvement with the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic terrorism
F. William Engdahl is an award winning geopolitical analyst, strategic risk consultant and author who specializes on the rise of the US as an international superpower. His writings deal with empire building through the roles of financial control of global banking, the food chain, medicine and bioengineering and energy, primarily oil. He holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and did graduate work in comparative economics at Stockholm University in Sweden. He has taught at Beijing University and lectured widely at business and economic institutions throughout the world including Russia, Turkey, London, Croatia and elsewhere. His articles appear in Global Research, New Eastern Outlook, Asia Times, Financial Sense and RT among others. William has written many important books, his latest being “The Lost Hegemon: Whom the Gods Would Destroy” which provides a history of the US intelligence’s relationship with the origins of Islamic terrorist and jihadi organizations and movements. His website is WilliamEngdahl.com
Judith Curry is a well credentialed climate scientist, professor at the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and former chair of the department. Judith accepts that there are warming trends, but does not believe the changes will be catastrophic, and does not believe that CO2 is the major cause. You can find out more about her at her blog, http://judithcurry.com, or on her university web page, http://curry.eas.gatech.edu
Following this, David discusses whether the Nice and Munich killers were on psychiatric drugs, such as anti-depressants, that have been associated with psychotic behaviour. David has put together a short list at: http://theinfectiousmyth.com/ssri-violence.html and hopes to have another guest on this subject soon.
In the first half of the show, Anthony DiMaggio and Andrew Austin rebut some of the anti-Black Lives Matter commentaries circulating in corporate media; they note, for example, that on-the-job deaths of police are much lower today than in the 1980s. Next, a discussion about the annual Whistleblower Summit, taking place July 27-29 in Washington, DC. Finally Peter Phillips provides a commentary about the annual Bohemian Club gathering in northern California. Andrew Austin teaches sociology at the University of Wisconsin. Anthony DiMaggio writes extensively at Counterpunch.org. Marcel Reid is an organizer of the Whistleblower Summit. Tom Devine is Legal Director at the Government Accountability Project.
Web sites mentioned in this week’s program:
www.whistleblower.org (Government Accountability Project)