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149: A Chemical Season of the Mind



KMO welcomes Joe Bageant, author of Deer Hunting with Jesus: Dispatches from America's Class War, to the program to examine the corporate media-fabricated bubble of hyper-propaganda that Americans perceive as the real world, the "Stockholm syndrome of the soul" by which we identify with the ideologies of our captors and align ourselves against our own interests, and what this snow globe of a society looks like from the outside.

You can find selective transcripts from my conversation with Joe Bageant here:

http://www.scottbrown.co.nz/?p=887

Music by Neon Brown

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kmo
Apr. 16th, 2009 04:42 pm (UTC)
Cool!
Downloading it now.
davidfkane
Apr. 17th, 2009 12:42 am (UTC)
The pleasure of listening to the current C-Realm podcast awaits me.

I am posting this short, 2-part video from a man called Salbuchi. He is an international analyst from Argentina.

They are good because they give a good overview of what could be going on in the world. In any case, I would encourage c-realm listeners to spread these links around, because they are helpful in waking the rest of the people up, who are dining on the Titanic.

Best,

David.
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Salbuchi - Obama: Things Are Not Always What They Seem - Part 1




Salbuchi - Obama: Things Are Not Always What They Seem - Part 2




kmo
Apr. 18th, 2009 07:23 pm (UTC)
This looks interesting
I wonder if it's available in .mp3 format somewhere. I don't imagine I'll have to opportunity to spend 20 minutes watching YouTube videos in the coming weeks.
davidfkane
Apr. 19th, 2009 10:06 pm (UTC)
Re: This looks interesting
Couple of links here...

http://www.listentoyoutube.com/
and
http://www.youtubetomp3.net/

Just googled them. Haven't tried them myself

You don't have to watch this video to get everything from it.

David.
warnwood
Apr. 17th, 2009 12:57 am (UTC)
Scriptures for a Generation
The book Joe mentions in the interview can be previewed here:

http://books.google.com/books?id=ZdDQeEM1dDUC&printsec=frontcover&dq=Philip+Beidler

And, having come of age during the period he talks about, I'd agree about the shared reading. Part of that can be attributed to the Whole Earth Catalog, which served as a kind of combination reading list and instruction manual for many of us. Great interview, KMO.
davidfkane
Apr. 20th, 2009 10:32 pm (UTC)
Heavy Watergate:

Cold Fusion is REAL - '60 Minutes '

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davidfkane
Apr. 21st, 2009 06:57 am (UTC)
Abundance based paradigm
... and if you are having trouble believing that there could be another viable source of energy such as cold fusion, perhaps you should read this article:
This essay was inspired by many years of interaction with the public, friends, allies and critics on the issues of free energy, healing the planet and attempts to communicate the idea of an abundance-based paradigm. If we cannot comprehend an abundance-based paradigm, we cannot pursue one. The most formidable barrier to comprehension seems to be assumptions so deeply ingrained that they are invisible to those holding them. Scarcity-based ideologies are only ideas that were fed us, and we can choose other ideas. Humanity’s survival may depend on it.
See: http://www.ahealedplanet.net/paradigm.htm

carolb_uk
Aug. 26th, 2009 03:14 pm (UTC)
Another Joe Bageant conversation
I've been transcribing this episode for KMO. While checking the spelling of "Phil Beidler," I happened to run across a discussion between Joe and two of his friends:

The Ghost In The Hologram at http://www.swans.com/library/art11/prjsjoeb.html.

It dates back to 2005, but you'll see the relevance.

I'm going to check out the video to MP3 sites.

I don't sit at my computer any more than necessary. I now use Spesoft Free Text to MP3 Speaker to convert text from blog postings, etc., to MP3s that I can walk around and listen to. It's freeware, and seems to work pretty well. I've slowed the playback a bit, and I'm getting used to Microsoft Sam's voice. I think hearing is more powerful (more primordial?) than reading. Humans listened long before they had anything to read.

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