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Economic Meltdown & Solutions

In the first half, spokesperson on the health dangers of genetically modified foods, Jeffrey Smith, talked about the battlefronts on the war for GMOs including the fight over glyphosate in Europe, and the DARK Act which concerns GMO labeling.

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Economic Meltdown & Solutions

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Date: Tuesday - November 25, 2008
Host: George Noory
Guests: Catherine Austin Fitts, Joshua P. Warren

Appearing for the first three hours, financial advisor Catherine Austin Fitts discussed the economic crisis and possible solutions. $4 trillion has been pulled out of the economy, she said, and the big mystery is where did it go? At the core, we've experienced a financial coup d'etat-- assets have been stripped out of communities in order to make people more dependent on Washington and centralized government, she asserted. "We're watching the control and consolidation of cash flow."

Now the Fed and Treasury are putting trillions back into the economy by printing money-- that isn't going to solve our financial problems, she commented. The current bailout of Citibank is just enough to keep it going, but there's no assurance that'll be enough, Fitts stated. These bailouts are like "steroids" - they're not building real economic value.

Fitts proposed a path back to economic vitality: People should put their money into local economies and avoid investing in corrupt institutions. Networking with neighbors, embarking on DIY projects, and buying from local farmers are ways to enhance local wealth. She also suggested young people be given a toolkit for concrete skills such as learning how to build homes and grow food. Additionally, wealth could be created by bringing forward energy and health technology that's been suppressed.

Puerto Rico Investigations

Appearing in the last hour, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren spoke about his latest expedition to Puerto Rico, where he is setting up a research center. His tour group spotted nightly UFOs from a location in Old San Juan, he said, including a ball of light that zigzagged through the air before it disappeared.

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Bumper music from Tuesday November 25, 2008

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