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and we consider the British threat to the EU: ‘if you give us a bad Brexit deal, we’ll push regulation-lite, tax haven UK even further in a race to the bottom and shoot ourselves in the foot.’ Featuring: John Christensen of the Tax Justice Network, Paul Monaghan , co-founding Director of the Fair Tax Mark and Miguel Alba , Policy researcher in private sector and tax policies in Oxfam Intermón, Spain Zonas LIbres de Paraisos Fiscales initiative . Produced and presented by Naomi Fowler for the Tax Justice Network. http://traffic.libsyn.com/taxcast/Taxcast_Jan_17.mp3 Download the mp3 to listen offline anytime on your computer, mobile/cell phone or handheld device by right clicking here and selecting ‘save link as’ It's also available on iTunes ‘I would like to see a world where…some of the…providers, if it was possible, such as Microsoft and Apple [were] potentially not being able to operate on these public service contracts and the quid pro quo would be those businesses that were trading ethically… could start to pick up the contracts that were being vacated by the tax avoiders.
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Cort explains how this all went down in a simple manner that almost anyone can understand. http://media.blubrry.com/gnosticwarrior/p/content.blubrry.com/gnosticwarrior/Cort_Lidahl.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:37:39110.1MB) | Embed His Great Work aligns exactly with that of the Great Masonic Philosopher and 33 Degree Freemason, Manly P. Hall s Secret Destiny of America. A secret that Hall says was for setting up the ma­chinery for a Universal Brotherhood of nations and races. The mechanism for the accomplishment of this ideal was set in motion in the ancient temples of Greece, Egypt , and India. So brilliant was the plan and so well was it administrated that it has survived to our time, and it will continue to function until the great work is accomplished. Cort's specialty is using Geomantic Information Systems to examine the spatial relationships of ancient and modern monuments.
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Strangelove or Apocalypse Now, he reminds us that these mostly came years after the fact, not during the actual crises when they might have affected public opinion. After years of watching films in the dark, LaSalle is unremittingly pessimistic about the cultural power of movies, or art in general. As a service to our readers, we provide transcripts with our podcasts. We try to ensure that these transcripts do not include errors. However, due to a constraint of resources, we are not always able to proofread them as closely as we would like and hope that you will excuse any errors that slipped through. Click HERE to Download Mp3 . Full Text Transcript: Jeff Schechtman: Welcome to Radio WhoWhatWhy. I'm Jeff Schechtman. During World War II, filmmakers became a part of the war effort. Filmmakers like Frank Capra, John Huston, John Ford, and William Wyler would use the experience of war to reshape how Americans view war.
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