Eva Lund from The Natural Progressive show on You-tube, is here to discuss the Green new deal, obstructing the vote and other topics. G.M Shauer from World community action league is the co-host for the conversation. I wanted to correct myself by saying in the last federal elections in the United states , over 100 million did not participate, I said it was a 100 thousand, my apologies.
Ron Placone from the jimmy Dore show, who is also a touring comedian, is on the podcast to talk about American politics. We discuss the upcoming election in 2020, the recent initiative in Los Angeles for a peoples bank and much more.
Carl Edward Fleury is on the podcast to talk De jeur government, a new government that runs parallel to the current corporate Canadian government. Also talk about uniting all Canadians for a new constitution a better political system and a great standard of living for all Canadians.
Adam Rice political activist and R.I.C supporter, who also runs Yellow vest T.V, comes on the podcast with myself and G,M Shauer to discuss direct democracy , his recent trip to France and the necessity for a parallel government.
The very passionate Richard Ojeda, who ran for Presidency of the United states in the last election and also ran for congress in the midterms. Richard helped pass legislation on legalizing marijuana. He also was instrumental in the famous West Virginia teacher strike, that helped the teachers win the wage increase. In this podcast Richard talks about how the country must come together and bring the democratic party back to its old glory and how the U.S.A is the laughing stock of the world.
Guy Crittenden an independent journalist, freelance writer and activist, who is on the podcast to discuss his early career in journalism, Julian Assange and the continual decaying of free speech and independent media. We also discuss the importance of continuing support of free and independent media and of turning off corporate news.
Their are social movements happening all over the world, but the most important change is the one within ourselves. Marlen joins us on the podcast to discuss the importance of self change and self awareness.
Eain McLennon is one the coordinators of the Ontario chapter of Extinction Rebellion, on the podcast we discuss some of the actions that are taken by members of Extinction Rebellion, also the importance to educate the masses of climate change and the impact it will have on the environment and the future of this planet and its inhabitants.
On the podcast we have none other than Jared Beck, one of the lawyers that took the DNC to court over voter fraud allegations. We are going to talk about the history and also have an update on the DNC lawsuit. Also co-hosting is the one and only G.M Shauer, egalitarian, political and social activist.
The money free party U.SA, is advocating for a number things, which include the scientific method, resource based economy, direct democracy and most important NO MONEY. Steve Saylor is the leader of the party and is looking forward for support and assistance for the campaign in 2020.
Copiosis accomplishes this goal by replacing money with a completely virtual form of currency called net benefit reward or NBR. NBR functions like money in that you can redeem it for luxury goods. But unlike money, NBR is only redeemable, not transferable. You and only you can redeem your NBR. When you redeem your NBR, it will cease to exist. Similarly, when you are awarded NBR, it isn’t transferred from someone else’s account. It is simply created from nothing in your account. https://copiosis.com/
Janice Kortkamp is an independent journalist who has travelled the middle east and Syria in particular, to get the other side of the story on the civil war in Syria. Mainstream news will not report the information that Janice Kortkamp has worked really hard to get so that she can inform the people that there is more than one side of the story.
America needs change now, and David Frank and onevoicenow.org have got the solution. In this day and age of advanced technology, we really have no excuse to organize politically, one town, and city at a time. onevoicenow.org
Jeremy Deeter joins me on the podcast to talk about the need to put partisan politics aside and work on solutions to make society better.
We have the one and only Roxanne Meadows of the Venus Project, joining in on the conversation. Some of the topics we discuss are Venus Project, Jacque Fresco, technology and many other topics. G.M Shauer also joins the conversation who is an Egalitarian advocate and political activist.
Robert Walton, a direct democracy advocate , on the podcast to talk about the on going war with direct democracy from mainstream parties in Utah. Also talking about #virtualfillmore, which is a movement for starting a parallel government.
We interview Deb Della Piana, who is part of Obstruct the vote 2020 and become ungovernable. We go into detail about how things must happen outside of the system and not in it. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChE-5COA93gXNqjrnctuPJg
We tie all the information together on the recent International monetary Fund loan to the Ecuadorian government and the arrest of Julian Assange.
On the show I have with me once again, Haymo Schauer and John Spritzler , both gentleman are egalitarian advocates, John Spritzler is an author and has written many books such as No Rich and No Poor. (https://www.amazon.com/NO-RICH-POOR-Populist-Goal-ebook/dp/B071S6HCVX). We talk about the current system and how pointless it has become to try and change it within.
I have Dallas Hills on the podcast, a political activist and direct democracy advocate, who has ran with The British Colombia re-federation party. We talk about how the direct democracy movement needs unity, we also talk about immigration, agenda 21 and how all these topics are distractions from achieving sovereignty. At times the conversation did get heated but cooler heads did prevail.
I have Dallas Hills on the podcast , a political activist and direct democracy advocate, who has ran with The British Colombia re-federation party. We talk about how the direct democracy movement needs unity, we also talk about immigration, agenda 21 and how all these topics are distractions from achieving sovereignty. At times the conversation did get heated but cooler heads did prevail.
John Spritzler who has written many books and news articles on the egalitarianism movement, talks with us about changing the system for the betterment of all people and not just the very wealthy few. We are also join with none other Haymo Schauer who is also a political activist and egalitarian advocate. Part 2
John Spritzler who has written many books and news articles on the egalitarianism movement, talks with us about changing the system for the betterment of all people and not just the very wealthy few. We are also join with none other Haymo Schauer who is also a political activist and egalitarian advocate.
Étienne Chouard, who is a French economics and law teacher and also a blogger. Étienne created the R.I.C. in 2005, during the French referendum campaign on the European Constitution, which he gained public attention by advocating against it, notably for his discussion with Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Out of this event is where the R.I.C was noticed.
I talk about the recent Venezuela election crisis, and the political backlash from mainstream politics and mainstream news, we talk about the hypocrisies of the current political system and why it needs to be abolish.
The International Monetary Fund, is an international organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., consisting of "189 countries working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world." Formed in 1944 at the Brenton Woods Conference primarily by the ideas of Harry Dexter White and John Maynard Keynes, it came into formal existence in 1945 with 29 member countries and the goal of reconstructing the international payment system. It now plays a central role in the management of balance of payments difficulties and international financial crises.
Yellow jacket movement is a protest movement that started online in May 2018 and led to demonstrations that began in France on November 17 2018. Motivated by rising fuel prices, the high cost of living and claims that a disproportionate burden of the government's tax reforms were falling on the working and middle classes, especially in rural and peri-urban areas, protesters have called for reductions in fuel taxes, the reintroduction of the solidarity tax on wealth, the raising of the minimum wage, and the resignation of Emmanuel Macron as President of France. "Yellow vest" protests have gripped France for six weeks, blocking highways from Provence to Normandy and erupting in rioting in Paris. They've shaken the country to its core and left President Emmanuel Macron struggling to retain control.
This is an age where human liberty, sovereignty and dignity are under siege. This is our most defining moment. Human authority has been subverted and taken from us since the beginning of recorded human history. Now is a most vital time in history and either we fight for what is rightfully ours or we cease to continue existing under the guise of being a free people. The forces against us are small but a powerful factor that weighs heavily on our side, the fact that most of their power is derived from convincing a few people to do their bidding and this enforces a source of authority that does not come from us but has been used to enslave us to it. It is a scene reminiscent of the allegorical and dystopian novella Animal Farm by George Orwell, first published in England on 17 August 1945. Let us not become that complacent, docile or foolish.
It has been a long-held belief that the Statute of Westminster 1931 gave sovereignty to the provinces of Canada as well as other dominions so that they could form their own sovereign federal union. A careful examination of the documentation used as well as a basic understanding of "legalese" will dispel any such notion. Thank you, Ray Ricard, for providing the info for this video.
When most people think of money in politics, the misnomer "citizen's united" comes to mind. Though true that Citizens United blew the lid off restrictions to campaign finance, the story of money in politics has been affecting us for a long time.
Americans are working longer and harder, but they cannot get ahead in an economy that is rigged to work for big corporations and billionaires. Mammoth companies have a chokehold on the economy, trampling on small businesses, controlling employees, and preventing innovation and economic freedom. What’s worse, these companies compound their economic power by exercising their outsize political influence, generating laws that help them pad their profits and squeeze their employees. Meanwhile, millions of hard-working Americans are left wondering why they can’t seem to get a shot at economic security.