A University of Zurich study reported that a small group of companies—mainly banks—wields huge power over the global economy. The study is the first to look at all 43,060 transnational corporations and the web of ownership among them. The researchers’ network analysis identified 147 companies that form a “super entity,” controlling 40 percent of the global economy’s total wealth.… Read the rest
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We thought the sea was infinite and inexhaustible. It is not. The overall rise in ocean temperature has led to the largest movement of marine species in two to three million years, according to scientists from the Climate Change and European Marine Ecosystems Research project.
What’s really going on in that battered reactor in the Pacific? Find out in this interview with Veterans Corps of Fukushima; and Cecile Pineda, author of the the new book Devil’s Tango.
During the second half of the show we will interview Dan Sythe CEO, International Medcom, currently working with Japan to monitor the spreading fukushima radiation; and Brian Covert author of chapter 14 in Censored 2013 “On the Road to Fukushima—the Unreported Story.”
Show Hosts: Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips.… Read the rest
We hear about the global elite, who live in a transnational world while most folks have to stand in line for a rectal scan just to cross the country. That is, if they are not starving or dying from preventable diseases. … Read the rest