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Koch and Soros Team Up For World Peace! WTF?

07/04/201939 Comments


In case you haven’t heard, George Soros’ Open Society Foundation and the Charles Koch Foundation have teamed up to help launch a new Washington think tank. The Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft will be “an action-oriented think tank that will lay the foundation for a new foreign policy centered on diplomatic engagement and military restraint.” So what gives? What’s the real agenda here? And what does this mean for those who hold a principled anti-war stance. Join James as he explores these issues on The Corbett Report today.

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Interview 514 – William Hathaway on Radical Peace

06/09/2012

Today we talk to William Hathaway, a Special Forces combat veteran turned peace activist who explores the possibility for peace in his life and writing. His books include A World of Hurt, an exploration of the psychological roots of war, and his latest book Radical Peace, featuring profiles of a diverse range of people pursuing diverse paths of nonviolence.

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Corbett Report Radio 005 – Waging Peace with Paul K. Chappell

11/05/20110 Comments

Wars and rumours of wars abound in this dangerous time as things begin to ramp up once again in the Middle East. It looks like all out war is inevitable…so how do we find a way to wage peace? On tonight’s “Friday Night Highlight” edition of Corbett Report Radio where we feature important interviews, videos and articles from corbettreport.com, we present a conversation with Paul K. Chappell, Iraq war veteran and current peace activist.

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Interview 401 – James Evan Pilato

10/27/20110 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: Some random authors declare world peace; thousands freeze to death every year in Britain as the government worries about global warming; and the Vatican calls for a one world financial system.

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New World Next Week – 2011/10/27

10/27/20110 Comments

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Interview 400 – Paul K. Chappell

10/26/20110 Comments

West Point graduate, Iraq combat veteran and committed peace activist Paul K. Chappell joins us to talk about the value of waging peace, the strategies for transforming society in a peaceful way, and the hidden historical paradigm of non-violent social movements for improving the world and increasing freedoms.

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Episode 108 – Peace Prizes for Warmongers

11/15/20090 Comments

Running Time: 55:54 Description:Why did Obama win the Nobel Peace Prize? Because he’s the golden boy of world politics? Because the Nobel committee loves warmongers? An expression of hope? Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we delve into the Nobel’s history and the deeper meaning of peace. Documentation Documentation – Estulin: After […]

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Episode 107 – Lessons in Resistance: Non-compliance

11/08/20092 Comments

Running Time: 59:52 Description:From Thoreau to Gandhi, King to Watada, a powerful tool in the struggle for freedom has been demonstrated again and again throughout history: non-violent, non-compliance. The New World Order wants you to riot, but the freedom fighters of today are practicing insubordination. Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we […]

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Episode 011 – Never Again – Hiroshima Remembers

08/10/20071 Comment

August 6th, 2007 marked the 62nd anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. This week we talk to Mr. Isao Aratani, a survivor of that horrific day. We are also joined by Dr. Yuki Tanaka of the Hiroshima Peace Institute.

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Interview 012 – Isao Aratani

08/09/20070 Comments

A-bomb survivor Isao Aratani tells us about his life and the horrific events he witnessed on August 6, 1945, when Hiroshima was subject to an atomic bombing.

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