Alert! Radio #167 -
Montreal journalist Paul Jackson says that the Haitian People will not accept election results determined by the USA as Haiti's most popular party, Fanmi Lavalas, headed by the exiled former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, was frozen out of the election. Eco-feminist Terisa Turner on her way to Cancun, discusses what she expects will happen at the UN's latest conference on Climate Change. James Mulvale of Basic Income Earth Network talks about why the Guaranteed Annual Income has resurfaced as a way to finally eliminate poverty in Canada.
Here is Mitch Podoluk's playlist for Music is the Weapon:
--Turkish Delight played by Beyond the Pale from the album Postcards
--Rock Island Line played by Andy Cohen from the album Dolceola Favorites
--Fred's Favorite played by Antoinette & Joe McKenna from the album Best of Joe & Antoinette McKenna
--Telemann Canonic Sonata played by Freyda & Acoustic Atta Tude from the album Midnight at Cabell Hall
--All I have to do is dream played by Leo Kottke from the album Essential
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