First hour: Scientist, author and Libertarian presidential candidate Dr. Mary Ruwart
thinks freedom is healthy. She argues that FDA regulations are killing millions, explains her "good neighbor policy" (a libertarian spin on "love thy neighbor") in the context of the non-aggression principle
, and answers hard questions about libertarianism's relevance to real-world solutions to pressing problems. At the end of the show, we ask whether the ongoing exposure of false flags and war trigger events will reveal that human nature is fundamentally in line with the non-aggression principle - and if so, whether the psychopaths who manipulate us into wars by disguising aggression as defense will soon be going the way of the dinosaur.
Dr. Ruwart is the author of Healing Our World: In an Age of Aggression
and enjoys a reputation as one of America's leading libertarians.
Second hour: Patrick Henningsen of 21st Century Wire couldn't make it, so the discussion of how many of the "another day, another mass shooting" events are false flags will have to wait for another day. (Recent events, including the Paris train shooting
and the Virginia newscaster shooting
, have raised the usual questions about whether Operation Gladio ever ended.) So Kevin spends the first half of the hour monologuing about the eroding distinction between scripted Hollywood fiction and reality, using the Virginia newscaster shooting as a touchstone; and the second half hour listening to caller Sunshine Jim free-associating about the environmental crisis, lumbering and fishing in the Pacific Northwest, and whatever else crosses his mind.
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