The Lendman News Hour Guests for November 30 - December 4
The Lendman News Hour Guests for November 30 - December 4, 2009
Viera Scheibner, Elio Cequea, Ralph Poynter, and Catherine Austin Fitts are the featured guests on The Lendman News Hour
Monday, November 30 - Viera Scheibner
Tuesday, December 1 - Elio Cequea
Wednesday, December 2 - Ralph Poynter
Thursday, December 3 - Monday's program repeated
Friday, December 4 - Catherine Austin Fitts
Time: 10AM US Central time
Viera Scheibner is the world's foremost vaccine expert who's done extensive research and warns about their dangers. Her seminal 1993 book is titled, "Vaccination: 100 Years of Orthodox Research Shows that Vaccines Represent a Medical Assault on the Immune System."
Scheibner is currently reviewing 100,000 pages of orthodox medical/scientific papers in preparing a new edition of her book.
Program topics will include dangerous vaccines and the fact that HIV is really SIV (simian immunodefficiency virus), spread by contaminated polio vaccines to humans.
Elio Cequea writes often about cutting-edge Venezuelan issues. The two-day 2002 coup ousting Hugo Chavez energized him to become activist and speak out.
He's now done it in a new book titled, "Venezuela: What Dictatorship? What Dictator?: A pragmatic view to the Chavez controversy."
His book and the Bolivarian Revolution will be discussed to set the record straight on Venezuelan democracy, the kind totally absent in America.
Ralph Poynter is a longtime civil/human rights activist and husband of Lynne Stewart, the heroic lawyer jailed on November 19 for defending a man Washington wanted convicted and to tell other lawyers "don't you dare" or you'll be targeted the same way.
Catherine Austin Fitts is an investment advisor, entrepreneur, former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner under GHW Bush, and former Managing Director and board member of the Wall Street firm, Dillon Read & Co., Inc.
She's now editor of Solari.com and runs Solari, Inc as an "online media company focused on ethical investment and preserving family wealth. Long ago, (she) made a promise (never again to) act against the best interests (of her) own people (and to do her best) to leave a better world for generations to come."
The program will be a Let's Go to the Movies Special, focusing on the connection between Hollywood and real life important events.
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