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James Corbett of CorbettReport.com, and contributor to RT news, is back on the Smells Like Human Spirit Podcast for Episode 15. Our discussion has a particular focus on the TSA, although the second half of the talk strays into some very interesting and varied areas such as genetically modified foods, symbology, and the 2012 'doomsday' predictions. 

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We're back with Episode 14 of the Smells Like Human Spirit Podcast, this time discussing a topic suggested by a listener - human rights. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) presents 30 articles 'as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations' - but many of us have never perused these guidelines with our own eyes. For many in the world, most aspects of this charter are unachievable from birth. For those born in Western countries, increasingly governments are violating the rights - not the 'privileges' - of their populations, with little resistance. Simply put, we all must understand what our rights are in order to exercise, defend, and promote them. 

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For Episode 13 of the Smells Like Human Spirit Podcast, we are lucky enough to be joined by an internationally known award winning-author and lecturer - Michael Parenti. Michael received his Ph.D. in political science from Yale University, and has taught at a number of colleges and universities all over the world. He is as powerful and engaging in public speaking as he is on the page, and his work covers a wide range of subjects, including U.S. politics, culture, ideology, ancient and modern history, imperialism, the news and entertainment media, and war. In his highly influential magnum opus Democracy For The Few, now in its ninth edition, Parenti presents a stunning critical analysis of American society, economy, and political institutions. 

In this interview, he elucidates on the overarching ideological production that impacts on corporate-owned news media. Areas of discussion include how the mass media favors elite interests, divides the working class against each other, and prevents the public at large from achieving independent thinking about world events.

You do not want to miss this!

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Tom Secker, 7/7 researcher, documentary filmmaker and independent news writer, discusses the 'climate of fear' on the Smells Like Human Spirit Podcast. His two documentaries '7/7: Seeds of Deconstruction' and '7/7: Crime and Prejudice' raise important (and unanswered) questions not only about the July 7th bombings, but also explore the precedent for Western governments to provoke, aid, or cover-up acts of terrorism in order to achieve political aims. We expound on this and more, noting why there is cause for optimism that the tactic of scaring the public may not be as potent as in generations past, and talk about what we can all do to contribute positively to society while the walls of oppressive regimes break down.

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In Part 2 of the extended talk between hosts Guy Evans and James Wilson, Episode 11 of the Smells Like Human Spirit podcast examines the initial evidence and reaction to the recent incident in Aurora, Colorado. With Western governments having a consistent track record in either provoking, aiding, or orchestrating false flag operations against their people, why shouldn't we question so-called 'official stories'? 

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After a brief hiatus, the Smells Like Human Spirit Podcast is back as Guy Evans and James Wilson discuss the pomp and circumstance of the Olympics, the evidence in every facet of society of the global corporate takeover, and the importance of nations to retain their individual cultures, history, and artefacts in these difficult economic times.

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