This is the final chapter for 'Reclaiming Independence'. If you haven't already, please listen to the first two episodes before this one.
Bibliography with links for entire program is below.
Episode 3 Guest Stars in alphabetic order:
Steve Ballmer, Judi Bari, Maude Barlow, Carol Brouillet, Ward Churchill, Mike Ford, David Harrison, Alex Jones, James Howard Kunstler, Kalle Lasn, Jeremy Narby, Jeremy Rifkin, Dr. Beverly Rubik, Mike Ruppert, Vandana Shiva, Matthew Simmons, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, John Zerzan, Barrie Zwicker.
a boilingfrog.ca radio play.
Written and Produced by Kelly Reinhardt and Bridget Haworth. July 2005 Sound design and production by Tony Malone
Bibliography of sources, with 56 distinct links…
In order of appearance, and their source.
Tooker Gomberg, ‘Talk, Talk; Take Action’
Jeremy Leggett, ‘Talk, Talk; Take Action’
Robert Shapiro, ‘Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World’
Rich Garcia, ‘Holes in Heaven? H.A.A.R.P. and advances in Tesla Technology’
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