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Democracy Now! (6 am), for November 12, 2013 - 6:00am

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"Stop This Madness": Filipino Climate Chief Yeb Saño Begins Hunger Fast to Protest Global Inaction; Thom Hartmann on "The Crash of 2016: The Plot to Destroy America—and What We Can Do to Stop It"; As John Kerry Questions Official Story of JFK Killing, Thom Hartmann Discusses "Legacy of Secrecy."


Headlines
November 12, 2013

    U.N. Launches $300 Million Appeal for Philippines; Aid Slow to Reach Victims
    Storm Kills At Least 100 in Somalia’s Puntland Region
    Cambodia: 1 Killed in Police Crackdown on Striking Garment Workers
    Bangladesh: Garment Workers’ Protest Shuts Down 100 Factories
    Haqqani Network Leader Shot Dead in Pakistan
    HRW: Syria Used Incendiary Weapons in Dozens of Attacks
    Report: Asylum Seekers in U.S. Unable to Work, Obtain Aid
    Report: Fewer Than 50,000 Enrolled on Obamacare Site
    Documents Show NSA Spied on OPEC
    Kerry Declines to Elaborate on JFK Assassination Views
    Right-Winger Avigdor Lieberman Reinstated as Israeli Foreign Minister
    Detained Greenpeace Activists Transferred 800 Miles to St. Petersburg
    Pussy Riot Member Out of Contact Since Transfer to Heart of Siberia

 

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Dulles

Dulles

Hartmann doesn't mention well

Hartmann doesn't mention well documented evidence that CIA and defense department had a major hand in the assassination, as they did in the King killing. After all who could have influenced the direction of the parade route or manipulated the autopsy result. Maybe mafia guys pulled the trigger but guys like Allen ulles and Curtis Lemay certainly planned and set the thing in motion. Hartmann is just another CIA plant whose job is to mislead the public with these books and movies.

I think no one ever

I think no one ever attributes it to overpopulation,
yet those of us who have warned about population growth,
as much as 20 years ago,
predicted this sort of outcome,
...from too many people, consuming too much.

I think global warming is more because we can't talk about responsible procreation,
than because we can't talk about using less energy per person.

-- Former editor, of KZPG, the population news network.

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