BREAKING NEWS: After weeks of not being on WBAI, The Gary Null Show is now BACK on WBAI FIVE DAYS A WEEK from 12pm-1pm! On this episode of The Gary Null Show, Gary opens up the program by breaking the news that he will be heard once again on WBAI after a long few weeks off. After the announcement Gary …
Today is March 28th AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION ALERT DAY and Gary Null has a long show for his listeners. Gary opens up the program with the latest in health and healing covering topis such as how high stress alerts cause cancer. In the second half of the program Gary goes over some commentaries from Chris Hedges. You’ll want to listen to this and so much more Gary talks about on the show.
Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary starts the program off with a long and insightful segment on health and healing. Gary Null tells you the benefits of nuts, how overeating can be cancled by execerise. A look at the population and how alcohol effects the prostate. In the second half of the program Gary Null goes into a commentary from Chris Hedges and then pitches a health getaway from WBAI.
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Today on The Gary Null Show, Gary opens up the program with the latest in health and healing. Gary goes over topics such as Blushberry is a natural cure for cancer. How Cinnamon is good for the brain and how keeping your phone in your front pocket can cause abnormal sperm. Did you know that 50% of people with cancer are killed by chemo and not cancer. In the second half of the program Gary goes into some commentary on Goldman sacks and Globalization (Chris Hedges) Also Gary goes into a audio clip. Lawrence O’Donnell Addresses Native American Genocide The Last Word With Lawrence O’Donnell – MSNBC finally had a moment of reality with Lawrence O’Donnell when his show featured a bit that talked about America’s history with the indigenous peoples. The ongoing genocide, poisoning, censorship and starvation of the Native American communities is overwhelming. When will we all come together and say enough? Stop putting profits over people and protect our natural resources!
Peter Phillips and guest co-host Michael Levitan spend the hour with Brian Wilson, the peace activist who survived
being run over by a munitions train during a demonstration at a California naval base 29 years ago. Wilson recounts
his transformation from Vietnam-War hawk to veteran to antiwar organizer, and also explains the connections between
the peace movement and the environmental movement. Also on the program is film-maker Bo Boudart, who produced
and directed a new documentary about Brian Wilson, “Paying the Price for Peace.”
A few numbers begin to reveal why Honduran indigenous leader and global movement luminary, Berta Cáceres, was assassinated on March 3, 2016. According to the Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH), more than 300 hydroelectric dams are planned for Honduras, of which 49 are on COPINH lands. Eight hundred seventy-two contracts have been handed out to corporations …