Advocates for direct democracy
Guy Crittenden an independent journalist, freelance writer and activist, who is on the podcast to discuss his early career in journalism, Julian Assange and the continual decaying of free speech and independent media. We also discuss the importance of continuing support of free and independent media and of turning off corporate news.
Eain McLennon is one the coordinators of the Ontario chapter of Extinction Rebellion, on the podcast we discuss some of the actions that are taken by members of Extinction Rebellion, also the importance to educate the masses of climate change and the impact it will have on the environment and the future of this planet and its inhabitants.
On the podcast, we have none other than Jared Beck, one of the lawyers that took the DNC to court over voter fraud allegations. We are going to talk about history and also have an update on the DNC lawsuit. Also co-hosting is the one and only G.M Shauer, egalitarian, political and social activist.
Janice Kortkamp is an independent journalist who has traveled the middle east and Syria in particular, to get the other side of the story on the civil war in Syria. Mainstream news will not report the information that Janice Kortkamp has worked really hard to get so that she can inform the people that there is more than one side of the story. To check out more of Janice's work, please check out https://www.syriaresources.com/
We have the one and only Roxanne Meadows of the Venus Project, joining in on the conversation. Some of the topics we discuss are Venus Project, Jacque Fresco, technology and many other topics. G.M Shauer also joins the conversation who is an Egalitarian advocate and political activist.
The people of Flint Michigan have been battling water problems, some suffering serious health conditions, like Legionnaires disease and anemia. The people of Flint have been pleading with state and federal agencies, the lead levels are too high. Some relief has come but still have not addressed the major issues.
The Green New Deal (GND) is a proposed stimulus program that aims to address climate change and economic inequality. The name refers to the New Deal, a set of social and economic reforms and public works projects undertaken by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in response to the Great Depression.
On the show I have with me once again, Haymo Schauer and John Spritzler, both gentlemen are egalitarian advocates, John Spritzler is an author and has written many books such as No Rich and No Poor. (https://www.amazon.com/NO-RICH-POOR-P...). We talk about the current system and how pointless it has become to try and change it within.
I have Dallas Hills with me, a political activist and direct democracy advocate, who has run with The British Colombia re-federation party. We talk about how the direct democracy movement needs unity, we also talk about immigration, agenda 21 and how all these topics are distractions from achieving sovereignty. At times the conversation did get heated but cooler heads did prevail.
Technological unemployment is the loss of jobs caused by technological change. Such change typically includes the introduction of labor-saving "mechanical-muscle" machines or more efficient "mechanical-mind" processes (automation). Just as horses employed as prime movers were gradually made obsolete by the automobile, humans' jobs have also been affected throughout modern history. Historical examples include artisan weavers reduced to poverty after the introduction of mechanized looms.
Doug Gustafson (Technical Director - HomesNOW) interviewed by Advocates for Direct Democracy's Nick Greco.
The last decade has been cruel to Haiti: one of the world's deadliest ever earthquakes struck in 2010; Cholera, brought in accidentally by UN peacekeepers, then ravaged the country for years afterward, claiming at least 10,000 lives; and, in October 2016, Hurricane Matthew wiped out 90 percent of buildings along the southern coast at an estimated cost of $1.9 billion, and of course 2017 was when the anger reached its peak.
Étienne Chouard, who is a French economics and law teacher and also a blogger. Étienne created the R.I.C. in 2005, during the French referendum campaign on the European Constitution, which he gained public attention by advocating against it, notably for his discussion with Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Out of this event is where the R.I.C was noticed.
I am joined by political activist and egalitarian supporter Haymo Schauer, from the World community action league. We talk politics and the yellow vest movement.
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Our current representative system is outdated and is not adequately equipped for change, but also limits progress and participation.
As a movement, we want to increase citizen participation by implementing a model of direct democracy in all levels of citizenship
We the people can make all major decisions by initiatives and referendums.While we are not against political parties who advocate for direct democracy, we have an ultimate goal of parties-politics, where every decision will be taken by the collective whole
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