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For Episode 54, Guy Evans is joined by James Wilson for another discussion on a host of different topics. James originally co-hosted Smells Like Human Spirit, and now periodically appears for the popular 'discussion' episodes, where Guy and James trade thoughts on anything and everything that comes to mind! Topics on this show include David Icke's appearance on ITV's 'This Morning' program, Dennis Rodman's unlikely turn as an apparent diplomat, the Obama Administration's desire to monitor U.S. citizens' bank transactions, and more. Click here for all previous 'discussion' episodes, and enjoy!

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Michael Ruppert is a former LAPD narcotics investigator, whistleblower and a 1973 Honors Graduate of UCLA in Political Science. He authored ‘Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil’, was publisher and editor of the newsletter ‘From The Wilderness’ until 2006, and is perhaps best known for being the subject of the 2009 documentary ‘Collapse’.
In this interview Michael discusses, among other topics:
His portrayal in the critically acclaimed documentary 'Collapse';
CIA complicity in drug trafficking in the United States;
The showdown with then-CIA director John Deutch at Locke High School in 1996;
Why Socialism, Communism, and Capitalism are outdated concepts;
Alex Jones being a "liar" in regards to Gary Webb's suicide;
Barack Obama's relationship to megabanks and big business;
Meeting with Leonardo DiCaprio and other public figures;
His case for why 9/11 was "orchestrated and executed" by the U.S. government;
The 'Fox Magic' comments he made on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast;
NDAA and what it means for democracy.
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Our guest for Episode 52 of the podcast is Guy McPherson. Mr. McPherson left his high-pay, low-work position as a tenured full professor at the University of Arizona to retreat to a simpler life 'on the land'. He is now a writer at guymcpherson.com and transitionvoice.com, a published author, and public speaker. In this episode of the podcast, we find out why a life-long academic would abandon this seemingly idyllic position, and get his perspective on the challenges that face our species in the decades to come. 

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John Horgan is an American science journalist and Director of the Center for Science Writings at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ. He was educated at the Columbia University School of Journalism and has written for the New York Times, Time Magazine, and Newsweek among others. Mr. Horgan is the author of five books, most recently, The End of War, published last year. In this episode of the Smells Like Human Spirit Podcast, we seek to answer the question - will war always be inevitable? A great show as always, so check it out, spread the word, and peace!

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