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And the World Stands Still…

Here’s hoping you’re all taking the necessary precautions as outlined by the WHO in Geneva https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019

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Celebrating Ten Years on the Air!

Unbelievable we have been at this since 2008. Our objectives remain valid and even more important for the internet’s citizens to protect FREE SPEECH. (Fuck you potus)

The Anonymous® Show is an internet radio programme that discusses a variety of weighty topics, including social issues. The Anonymity angle is also a way of poking fun at political correctness.

“I strongly believe there is NO acceptable form of censorship in a TRULY free society, only OPEN debate and discussion. That is true tolerance; the tolerance of another’s ideas. Too many people don’t express their feelings because they’re afraid of what other people might think. By helping them retain the internet’s cloak of anonymity, strangers can reveal what they would really like to say”

We’re going to Kill You Now?

The death penalty is morally indefensible and has no place in the 21st century. I will be interviewing shortly and welcome viewpoints from both camps. I can hardly wait to feel the cold-hearted vengeance rip through the phone lines as the useless emotion of revenge takes it’s toll on the victim’s families… by all means, PLEASE send us as much hate mail as you can !!

STOP KILLING IN THE NAME !

We’re on a planet in outer space!

We’re on a planet in outer space! Happy Earth Day 2018.

Let’s STOP Monsanto!

MAM

Join the Fight on Saturday May 21st 2016

Driven by nothing more than old men and their perennial Masters-of-the-Universe hard-on, Monsanto heads the list of the world’s most hated corporations.

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It’s World day against Cyber-Censorship

The fight for online freedom of expression is more essential than ever. By creating new spaces for exchanging ideas and information, the Internet is a force for freedom. In countries where the traditional media are controlled by the government, the only independent news and information are to be found on the Internet, which has become a forum for discussion and a refuge for those who want to express their views freely.
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SUNDAY SERIES® | (1936) Robert Capa’s “Falling Soldier”


Robert Capa (October 22, 1913 – May 25, 1954), born Endre Ernő Friedmann, was a 20th century combat photographer and photojournalist who covered five different wars. His action photographs portray the violence of war with unique impact.
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Nov 2nd | “Day of the Dead”

Day of the Dead

All Soul's Day lives on today, particularly in Mexico

The day purposely follows All Saint’s Day in order to shift the focus from those in heaven to those in purgatory. It is celebrated with masses and festivities in honor of the dead. While the Feast of All Saints is a day to remember the glories of Heaven and those there, the Feast of All Souls reminds us of our obligations to live holy lives and that there will be purification of the souls of those destined for Heaven. Read the rest of this entry »

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LE MONDE | SELON MONSANTO

The World According to Monsanto
While in Montreal, I discovered this film by french journalist Marie-Monique Robin. Think we’ll have to do a show about this dangerous industrial giant in the very near future. Some seriously scary shit!
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The End of Christianity

jesus-magnet

Find out more here:
http://www.myspace.com/rejectionofpascalswager

Today (September 21st) is the International Day of Peace

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The International Day of Peace is on September 21st of each year and calls for a full day of peace and ceasefire throughout the world.
In this event, the “Peace Bell” is rung at UN Headquarters. The bell is cast from coins donated by children on all continents, and considered a symbol of global solidarity. It was given as a gift by Japan, and is referred to as “a reminder of the human cost of war.” The inscription on its side reads: “Long live absolute world peace.”[1]
Observance of the annual International Day of Peace is widespread across the globe. Celebrations now take place in every country.

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FEATURE: ! bOyS R sTuPid !

The Green Parrot Club is in Key West, Florida

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SUNDAY: The Absinthe Ritual

Unlike many everyday aperitifs, absinthe was historically almost always prepared and drunk in a highly specific way - this, the so-called "absinthe ritual" was part of the reason for its popularity and for the unique position it's always held in the pantheon of drinks.

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