Today's guest is Dr. Daniel Ellsberg and he is a former military analyst for the Rand Corporation who released the highly controversial political documents that led to the unveiling of secrets and motivations, cover-ups, behind the Vietnam war. His publication of the Pentagon Papers ultimately contributed to Watergate and the removal of President Nixon. Since then, Daniel continues to be one of the nation’s most outspoken anti-war activists, speaking out against our invasion and strategy in Afghanistan, American militarism in the Middle East, earlier supporting the impeachment of George W Bush, the humanitarian threats still looming from nuclear weapons. This year, a documentary about him and the Pentagon Papers – “The Most Dangerous Man in America” was nominated for an Oscar. Daniel has received many awards, including the prestigious Gandhi Peace Award and the alternative noble Right Livelihood Award.
Mary Robinson: the first woman president of Ireland(1990-1997), & former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights(1997-2002), she has spent most of her life as a human rights advocate. President of Realizing Rights: The Ethical Globalization Initiative. Calls: nukes in space, depleted uranium; HIV fraud+globalization
Today's guests is Celia Farber and she is a journalist who covered the HIV wars extensively since 1987, in various magazines. Some of these writings are collected in her book: "Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS" published by Melville House Press, (now Random House) in 2006.
Also, we have Michael Ellner and he is the president of HEAL – the Health Education AIDS Liaison in New York City, the world’s oldest and largest all volunteer Alternative AIDS Information network. Michael is a certified medical hypnotist and a teacher of Mind-Body Healing and Hypnotic Pain Relief at the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association. He teaches and lectures on therapeutic hypnosis across North America and in South Africa, and is a featured instructor at the Medical Pain Week conferences.