Mike and Guy interviewed Kevin Hester from New Zealand. A long-time sailor and activist, Hester is a prolific writer and public speaker. We discussed topics ranging from Fukushima and abrupt climate change to social justice and environmental protection. We took a few calls from listeners, too.
GUEST 1: Ellen Brown
Ellen Brown is an economist and attorney in Los Angeles who is now the founder of the Public Banking Institute – a non profit economic venture to find viable, sustainable solutions to America’s banking crises by promoting people-owned state and community banks. Last year she ran as the Green Party candidate for California State’s Treasurer. Ellen has written extensively about the private financial cartels and the Federal Reserve. Her recent book, “The Public Bank Solution: From Austerity to Prosperity”, introduces a safe soluble public banking alternative to the credit-based system of the current big banks. Her writings also frequently appear on the website of the Center for Global Research, where she is a research associate.
She is the host of the radio program Its Our Money, heard every Wednesday at 3 pm Eastern here on the Progressive Radio Network, and her website is WebOfDebt.com
GUEST 2: Guy McPherson
Dr. Guy McPherson is a professor emeritus of Natural Resources, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Arizona. He has specialized in forest resources, energy decline and climate change and its economic consequences. In the past he has also taught at Texas A&M and University of California at Berkeley. Having become disillusioned with the American university environment and academia, and after attempts by university officials to silence his outspokenness about the human causes of climate change, Guy abandoned his tenured position as a full professor for ethical reasons of conscience. He is the author of several books, the latest entitled “Extinction Dialogs: How to Live with Death in Mind.” He is also the co-host with Mikey Silwa of the radio program Nature Bats Last heard every Tuesday afternoon at 3 pm Eastern time on the Progressive Radio Network. His website is GuyMcpherson.com
Guy and Mike are joined by professor and clinical psychologist Steve Ilardi where we discuss depression being a disease of civilization. Guy also gives a substantial climate update.
Mike and Guy were joined by independent journalist Cory Morningstar. We discussed the largely unknown horrors of the non-profit industrial complex. We finished, as usual, with an update on the climate front.
We are joined today by Dr. Helen Caldicott, the single most articulate and passionate advocate of citizen action to address the nuclear and environmental crises. She has devoted the last 45 years to an international campaign to educate the public about the medical hazards of the nuclear age and the necessary changes in human behavior to stop environmental destruction. Guy has a climate update as well.
Guy and Mike are joined by by two extraordinary women, Ama and Bo. Both have made choices that many are too fearful to ever consider. Both had the foresight early in their lives to live rather than make a living. They have been living on the fringe of the dominant culture for decades and have a wealth of knowledge most of us will never approach. Guy gives a climate update as well.
Guy was joined today by Professor Jim Fetzer, known primarily for his work debunking the official narrative regarding historical events such as 9/11, mass shootings, and “false flags.” Four callers joined with questions, and the show wrapped with a short climate-change update.
We were joined today by award-winning author and public speaker Marty Essen. We also took calls from four callers, and we wrapped with the customary climate-change update.
This week Mike and Guy were joined by independent journalist Cory Morningstar. They discussed and analyzed the words of prominent activist Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org. Guy adds a brief climate-change update.
Guy and Mike entertained calls from listeners on this week’s show. Topics ranged from local to international, and included abrupt climate change, human behavior, the Breakthrough Energy Coalition, American Geophysical Union, and the methane situation at Porter Ranch.