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Guns and Butter, for September 18, 2013 - 1:00pm

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"At the Crossroads of the Most Serious Economic Crisis in World History" with Michel Chossudovsky.  History of the financial crisis from the early 1980s to the present; economic dimensions of the global crisis; naked short selling; market manipulation; speculative activity; derivatives; solutions to the crisis the cause of further collapse; privatization; government policies; bankruptcies; debt and social breakdown; grassroots organizing; Occupy Wall Street; Ad Busters; CANVAS-OTPOR; Anonymous.  (Encore presentation from June 2012)

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KQED's 10:00 forum program featured Cory Doctorow discussing NSA surveillance, social media, and other things compromising personal privacy, and liberty (e.g. no-fly lists). A listener posted a comment including a link to this site. I thank KQED for helping find important information that I would already have known, had I been listening to KPFA all along.

I have transcribed this

I have transcribed this splendid interview and posted it with a link to the audio at

A million thanks Bonnie for your wonderful resource and to Prof. Chossudovsky for his indefatigable struggle for liberty.

Thank you again for your

Thank you again for your clarifying work Bonnie & Michel. I deplore the bad sound quality in the last minutes. I remember that when Summers participated lately at at meeting at the White House
Summers asked several times the President if he had asked/checked the matter with Goldman S. I think that this show us that Obama is a puppet of Big Finance Big Oil and the Corporate Military Industrial/congressional complex. There is no "democracy" in the US !!!

This program was first

This program was first broadcast 27 June 2012. The archived version of that show is available at, is of good audio quality, and has a number of listener comments. Thanks to you, Bonnie and Yarrow, for all your good work and dedication.

Thanks Bonnie, you are the

Thanks Bonnie, you are the main reason I listen to KPFA. I keep missing the live program, so I listen online to the archived programs. Glad for that.
Take care

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