Thursday, February 10, 2011

Dark Conspiracies of the Gulf

Radio Ecoshock rates popular conspiracies. Also a rare radio interview with Dr. Jack Alpert. He is Research Director of the Stanford Knowledge Integration Laboratory, where he investigates blind spots in the human mind.

Jack supports population reduction. He explains why consumption could lead to more terrorism, and wonders if we are heading into a more violent age, as resources run out.
Source: Dark Conspiracies of the Gulf from Radio Ecoshock Show on June 16, 2010

Scott Horton Interviews John Feffer

John Feffer is co-director of Foreign Policy In Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies. He explains the original Islamic caliphate that peaked around 1000 years ago, and how periodic US alliances with radical Islam shows that realpolitik transcends religious concerns.
Source: Scott Horton Interviews John Feffer on November 09, 2010

Scott Horton Interviews Nick Turse

Nick Turse, author of The Complex: How the Military Invades Our Everyday Lives and editor of The Case for Withdrawal from Afghanistan, talks about US contingency plans to maintain a large Persian Gulf regional force and the current estimate that the U.S. military now has over 1000 bases worldwide.
Source: Scott Horton Interviews Nick Turse on November 17, 2010

Music includes Earth Anthem, We are the champions, sunshine of your love, the day they caught saddam hussein, unapaloma, Universal Soldier

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