Sunday, January 23, 2011

corbett report: episode170 - the coming anastrophe

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corbett report: episode170 - the coming anastrophefrom corbett report: In this age of economic and societal Armageddon, everyone is looking for peace and stability: so why are so many agitating for violent revolution? Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we take a page from “It’s A Wonderful Life” to explore the possibility for peaceful, community-based solutions to our problems and attempt to answer the question: what is the opposite of catastrophe?

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the latest corbett report videos:
sunday update - jan23: confronting david rockefeller

the latest corbett report interviews:
#276 - james corbett on red ice radio: geopolitics, eugenics & depopulation
#277 - in the zone w/ lt. eric shine
#278 - matias rojas

promo: 2009 video archive dvd available now

previous: episode169 - argentina & the imf


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Brad Fallon said...

It is really annoying to see many activists bragging about something to which they themselves had been showing damage itself to the issue they are demanding! Too much! Why do they act themselves instead of demanding it to the politicians! Let them show first that they can be good examples.

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