Sunday, March 21, 2010

corbett report: episode122 - hello, iceland

corbett report: episode122 - hello, icelandfrom corbett report: Devastated by a banking collapse that has brought this once great nation to its economic knees, the people of Iceland are not giving up without a fight. Now they are gearing up to give the banksters and the globalists a taste of their own medicine with the Icelandic Modern Media Initiative. Get informed and get involved this week with The Corbett Report as we outline the efforts to make this small North Atlantic island a beacon of hope for freedom of expression the world over.

download episode122 [49.5mb mp3]

sunday update:
fbi terrorists, 9/11 updates, bad week to be a bankster

the latest corbett report audio interviews:
#139 - bob chapman & #140 - salvor gissurardottir

video interview: icelandic modern media initiative -
professor salvör gissurardóttir

from corbett report: Professor Salvör Gissurardóttir of the University of Iceland joins The Corbett Report to discuss the Icelandic Modern Media Initiative, a bold set of proposals for reforming Icelandic law relating to whistleblower protection, journalistic source protection, protection from libel tourism, and other ideas that would help to transform Iceland into a global free speech haven. For more details on the proposal, please see the IMMI website:

previous episode: episode121 - know your toxins: bpa

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