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TUC Radio: Vandana Shiva: Oneness VS. The 1%, Segment 2

2 semanas 1 día ago
Vandana Shiva came to the US in the early 1990s in the campaigns against the World Trade Organization and globalization. She was well known as protector of seeds and a brilliant critic of biotechnology. Her most recent 2019 book: Oneness VS. The 1%, culminates that work in an amazing indictment of a new world-wide power center reaching from Monsanto to Artificial intelligence. Vandana Shiva describes what she calls a poison cartel comprising of Bayer that just took over Monsanto, to Dow that has merged with Dupont; and Syngenta that has merged with ChemChina. What these corporations have in common is the control of our foods and the chemicals used on them. They are defining industrial agriculture and have enormous impacts on climate change. On March 30, 2019, Vandana Shiva was the guest of Chris Hedges on his TV program ON CONTACT. What shocked and surprised even him was that this Poison Cartel has already entered strategic alliances with internet giants and promoters of artificial intelligence such as Bill Gates, Facebook, and Amazon. Chris Hedges is a journalist, author, Presbyterian minister, and visiting Princeton University lecturer. His many books include War is a Force That Gives us Meaning and his most recent America: The Farewell Tour. Vandana Shiva is an Indian physicist and social activist. The daughter of a forestry official and a farmer, she grew up near the foothills of the Himalayas. She earned her doctorate in Canada and returned to India to work with the Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Ecology (RFSTE)in Dehra Dun. In 1991 Shiva launched Navdanya, meaning “Nine Seeds,” or “New Gift” in Hindi, to combat the growing tendency toward monoculture promoted by large corporations. Shiva argues that in a time of climate change, monocultures are dangerous. Among her many books are Soil Not Oil, Staying Alive, Biopiracy: The Plunder of Nature & Knowledge, Monocultures of the Mind, and now: Oneness VS. The 1%.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Vandana Shiva: Oneness VS. The 1%, Segment 1

2 semanas 1 día ago
Vandana Shiva came to the US in the early 1990s in the campaigns against the World Trade Organization and globalization. She was well known as protector of seeds and a brilliant critic of biotechnology. Her most recent 2019 book: Oneness VS. The 1%, culminates that work in an amazing indictment of a new world-wide power center reaching from Monsanto to Artificial intelligence. Vandana Shiva describes what she calls a poison cartel comprising of Bayer that just took over Monsanto, to Dow that has merged with Dupont; and Syngenta that has merged with ChemChina. What these corporations have in common is the control of our foods and the chemicals used on them. They are defining industrial agriculture and have enormous impacts on climate change. On March 30, 2019, Vandana Shiva was the guest of Chris Hedges on his TV program ON CONTACT. What shocked and surprised even him was that this Poison Cartel has already entered strategic alliances with internet giants and promoters of artificial intelligence such as Bill Gates, Facebook, and Amazon. Chris Hedges is a journalist, author, Presbyterian minister, and visiting Princeton University lecturer. His many books include War is a Force That Gives us Meaning and his most recent America: The Farewell Tour. Vandana Shiva is an Indian physicist and social activist. The daughter of a forestry official and a farmer, she grew up near the foothills of the Himalayas. She earned her doctorate in Canada and returned to India to work with the Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Ecology (RFSTE)in Dehra Dun. In 1991 Shiva launched Navdanya, meaning “Nine Seeds,” or “New Gift” in Hindi, to combat the growing tendency toward monoculture promoted by large corporations. Shiva argues that in a time of climate change, monocultures are dangerous. Among her many books are Soil Not Oil, Staying Alive, Biopiracy: The Plunder of Nature & Knowledge, Monocultures of the Mind, and now: Oneness VS. The 1%.
Maria Gilardin

The Alembic Files: Mystery History Theater - 5, Segment 1

2 semanas 1 día ago
Lafayette Baker’s accusation that Secretary of War Stanton led the conspiracy to whack Lincoln. Those in deep with Stanton numbered, politicians, army and naval officers, prominent bankers, newspaper reporters and assorted civilians. Baker rightfully fears his own assassination. A nineteenth-century hitman facilitates the faked death and release of a convicted conspirator jailed in Fort Jefferson on the Dry Tortugas. He is also present at three suspicious deaths—one of which is Baker’s. He loses the trail of the released conspirator, who assists Booth’s wife in getting to San Francisco with a cache of gold and silver for a rendezvous with a man named John Byron Wilkes and a watery passage to India.
Anonymous

The Joe and Anthony Show: Episode 171 - Just call it dwaughts, April Fools, Segment 1

2 semanas 2 días ago
Title: Just call it dwaughts, April Fools Size: 54.8 Time: 59:57 DWOTS: Skipped this time around. Notes: Just call it dwaughts.. Keep commentary short.. Keep my topic piece short to allow for my for my 1983 Dictionary. Joe and Anthony and their antics, who needs April Fools, but don’t you worry, we have plenty of fun content and easter eggs in there ;) Ezel calls in too, woo hoo! Tune in to our Live show every Monday night at 8pm eastern at http://www.chiampa.info
The Joe and Anthony Show

Taylor Report: Globe and Mail's hack article on China insults readers, Segment 1

2 semanas 2 días ago
The Globe and Mail has once again published a reckless and poorly substantiated article about the situation of Uighurs in China. There is no substantiated evidence of "massive camps." As Norton and Singh pointed out in 2018, mainstream media have followed a Reuters story that falsely posited that the UN had made claims about China. In truth, the claims were made by an American woman who was part of an organization of "independent experts" --not the UN. The March 2019 Globe article cited the Jamestown Foundation, a conservative US-based organization that once listed ex-Vice President Dick Cheney on its board of directors.
Anonymous

This Way Out: “Danger Dave” + Endangered Trans Kids + global LGBTQ news!, Segment 1

2 semanas 2 días ago
David “dances” into danger on the radio; queer youth examine trans patient care; the Cayman Islands Grand Court orders marriage equality, stones of the Sultan spark a Brunei boycott, the last barricade to Trump’s military trans ban falls, Google is last but not least of the tech giants to yank a “cure’ app, Harvey Milk takes off as a “tail fin hero”, and more LGBTQ news from around the world … on the first show of our 31st year!
Lucia Chappelle

Latin Waves : interviews author/activist David Bacon, Segment 1

2 semanas 2 días ago
​​​​​David Bacon explores the human side of globalization, exposing the many ways it uproots people driving them to migrate. He also speaks about how immigration policy makes the labor of those displaced people a crime in the United States. Illegal People explains why current immigration policy produces even more displacement, more migration, more immigration raids, and a more divided, polarized society.
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Something Beautiful: Something Beautiful 1907, Segment 1

2 semanas 3 días ago
Segment One Manhattan Serenade by Enoch Light LP: Enoch Light and His Orchestra A Day in the Life of a Fool by Tony Motola CD: Spotlight on Tony Motola Tango Regina by James Last LP: With Compliments Somewhere My Love by Tommy Garrett CD: The Best of the 50 Guitars, Vol. 3 Love by Starlight by Frank Chacksfield CD: Starborne Limited Edition #21 Love Me Tender by Norman Chandler LP: Try a Little Tenderness The Shadow of Your Smile by The Midnight String Quartet CD: Rhapsodies for Young Lovers Jeannine, I Dream of Lilac Time by Jackie Gleason CD: Music to Remember Her Witchcraft by Peter Knight LP: Music in the Night, Vol. 1 Claire de Lune by Dan Troxell CD: Shan-Gri-La Yesterday When I Was Young by Frank Mills LP: 20th Anniversary Segment Two All Night Long by The Fantasy Strings LP: Songs for Today Somewhere by Bob Blom LP: Spotlight on Bob Blom #10 What a Wonderful World by Alain Morisod CD: 20 Melodies Pour Rever The Sweetheart Tree by Douglas Gamley CD: From the Heart Out of Nowhere by Acker Bilk CD: Horn of Plenty/Mood for Love Mostly for Lovers by American Symphonette CD: The Music of Henry Mancini Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte by The Living Strings LP: Songs From the Silver Screen Cry Me a River by Frank Pourcel LP: In a Nostalgia Mood
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