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  1. Third Paradigm: 3P-044 Resistance Lite & Waves of Loving Kindness

    Compares the Congressional response to scandals at two organizations with public funding - ACORN and the war contractor, KBR. On Honduras, contrasts the solidarity of the resistance movement in Latin America to the watery response of nonviolent activists in the US.

    Reads September Meditation by Burton D. Carley and Having Come This Far by James Broughton, to the song Everloving by Moby. Reads Amy Goodman’s blogpost on Zelaya’s return, "The Audacity of Action." Looks at the Venezuelan blog, "Postcards from the Revolution," by attorney and author Eva Golinger. Plays "Star Wars: An Environmentalists Version," written by Derrick Jensen and produced by Franklin Lopez. Reviews the US Council of Foreign Policy’s conditions for Zelaya’s return. Questions the neutrality of IndyBay and answers a critic about Noah’s relevance to Palestine.

    Read the show transcript while listening, and view our images, videos, and links on the Third Paradigm website:

    http://3rdparadigm.org/3p_044.php

    —Huffduffed by mscir

  2. Third Paradigm: 3P-038 Don’t Make Me Hit You: The Rationalization of Violence

    Discusses the blaming of Zelaya, the Honduran President, for the violent acts of the coup regime. Looks at US and Canadian corporate interests in Honduras, such as Fruit of the Loom, Russell, Hanes, Gap, Gildan, Adidas, Nike, Dole, and Chaquita, and their response to Zelaya’s 60% raise of the minimum wage. Role-reverses Hilary Clinton and Mel Zelaya.

    Reads a poem called Feminicide/Fimicidio by Demetrice Anntia Worley, about the disappearances of women and girls in Cuidad, Juarez, from the Split This Rock contest sponsored by Foreign Policy in Focus. Plays the Spanish version of They Dance Alone, about the disappearances of men and boys by Pinochet, performed by Sting and Peter Gabriel in Argentina in 1998. Analyzes the question of whether morality is relative in terms of torture, terrorism, or killing, contrasting the zealots and the Q’uran to the Ten Commandments. Plays Torture is Wrong or We Can Do Better Than This by David Ippolito. Looks at military recruiting and the falsehoods and artificial choices presented to HS seniors.

    Read the show transcript while listening, and view our images, videos, and links on the Third Paradigm website:

    http://3rdparadigm.org/3p_038.php

    —Huffduffed by mscir

  3. Third Paradigm: 3P-034 Confusion in the Cosmovision

    Replays an excerpt of an interview with Tupac Enrique Acosta called Wars of the Petropolis. Shows why the indigenous alliance of the Abya Yala looks at the culture of disposable resources as a confusion in the cosmovision. Reports on the latest news of the return of President Zelaya to Honduras, and the Cobra swarm snipers, thousands of heavily-armed soldiers, and 200,000 citizens that await him at the airport.

    Reads the poem Fire by Judy Brown, and seeker of truth by e.e.cummings, to the music of God is an Astronaut. Celebrates a local event called Food in the Hood benefiting the Amazonians through Red Ambiental Loretana, and Hondurans through Rights Action. Presents background research on Honduras regarding the School of the Americas, US military aid, sweatshop workers, and disappeared journalists. Relates the military coup in Honduras to the micro-coup at FRSC. Plays The Invisible Hand by Ethan Miller, Poison Trees by Devil Makes Three, and To a Little Radio by Chumbawumba.

    Read the show transcript while listening, and view our images, videos, and links on the Third Paradigm website:

    http://3rdparadigm.org/3p_034.php

    —Huffduffed by mscir