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Friday April 26,2013
Today we are going to speak with Barbara Stagno’
Director of In Defense of Animals Responsible Research Campaign.
In Defense Of Animals is an International Animal rights and Rescue Organization dedicated to protecting the rights, welfare, and Habitats of Animals.
For the past twenty years, Barbara Stagno has worked to expose and oppose the exploitation of animals and especially the use of animals in experiments. She has coordinated numerous campaigns to protest animal abuse in university experiments, successfully ending the use of monkeys in cocaine experiments at NYU and cat brain research at Rockefeller University. Barbara organized meetings with company representatives to protest the use of cats and dogs to test food products by the Iams Co. and participated with a coalition of international animal protection groups to serve a formal petition to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to require the use of non-animal methods.
Additionally, Barbara helped pass legislation banning circuses and rodeos in Greenburgh(Greenberg), New York and has worked extensively to oppose the killing of deer and Canada geese.
Frank Ferrante-Producer/Host-Frank Has been producing TV and Radio for the past 20+ years and has been involved with Animal welfare for the past 8 years.
NIBIRAN ETS & DELUGE SURVIVORS REVIVED SUMER BUILT SINAI SPACEPORT NIBIRANS
The Nibiran “gods” taught the proliferating Earthlings bronze and brick technologies, built a new spaceport in Sinai Spaceport and renewed Earth’s crops and beasts. “Suddenly and without gradual perpetuation,” the gods made Earthlings farmers. The agriculture they taught “spread all over the world from the Near Eastern arc of mountains and highlands.” The gods gave Earthlings wheat and barley, then “millet, rye, spelt, flax (for fibers and edible oil), onions, lentils, beans, cucumbers, cabbage, lettuce, apples, apricots, cherries, pears, olives, figs, almonds, pistachios, walnuts.” They taught Earthlings to weave fiber into cloth, make flour, bread, porridge, cakes, pastries, biscuits, yogurt, butter, cream, cheeses, beer and wine. Settled communities grew and the gods gave Earthlings domesticated dogs, geese, ducks, sheep, goats, pigs, horned and hornless cattle for hides, meat, milk and wool. Ninurta introduced PLOWS. First, Earthlings pulled them, then cattle. With Enki’s new grains, they boosted food-growing. Nibirans and their foremen directed Earthlings to regulate the Nile and create pastureland for Dumuzi’s herds. The Nibirans gave Sumerians the WHEEL, carts and chariots, which Dumuzi’s oxen and horses pulled.
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On the Gathering of the Light Family, Noor shares from Amsterdam about his week including the Flight of Freedom and his experience with Snow Geese! Tune in live from 5-6 PM Saturday PST or listen to the archives. Email us at email@example.com to share or inquire about being an upcoming guest.
My guest is Bob Tarte, author of Kitty Cornered, Enslaved by Ducks, and Fowl Weather. This will be a fun show, and you can also call in with your amazing animal stories. And we may also have a mystery guestin the last few minutes. We also discussed Bob's paranormal experiences. There was a couple min dead air as Bob was talking about his Mayan duck pyramid.
Tune in to Anita Talks Genealogy, as the Host interviews Melissa Waddy Thibodeaux. She is a renowned entertainer specializing in Educational Entertainment. She has a one woman show in which she portrays historical figures like Harriet Tubman. She is the President and CEO of "Flying Geese" Productions, and currently provides various
characters in History. She oversees and develops Literacy Programs at schools, colleges, military bases, churches and where ever needed.
We will be discussing Ms.
Topics include fermentation air locks for quart jars; the fruit of the Spirit; Luke 22:35-38; practical atheism, and sin and unbelief; walk-behind tractors; geese for weeding; racial violence; dealing with professed Christians who waffle between living in sin and supposedly repenting; spreading crop seed; hugelkultur beds; land in the area of the community of which Mr. Bunker is a part; update on Mr. Bunker's below-ground, farrow cement cistern; update on the building of the community'
Barbara lives on a small ranch in Oregon where she raises geese, chickens, horses, a goat, a variety of cats, and an opinionated Macaw named Rita. Federal regulations and corporate shenanigans such as animal "traceability," Monsanto’s invasive GMO technology, and the blatant poisoning of our land and resources by corporate government agencies are designed to make it next to impossible to raise animals and organic food. It's time to fight back.
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Recently, the USDA deregulated genetically engineered alfalfa. Although many organic advocates and activists are in an uproar, most of the general population still does not understand how or why this will affect them much less the organic industry. Unfortunately, until people are faced with a health crisis or have a loved one affected, people will continue to remain ignorant of this disastrous decision. Barbara Peterson is an activist and also the host of the hit internet radio show called Farmwars (http://www.Farmwars.info) Barbara has devoted her life to protecting our environment and the creatures we share it with. Being an activist can be tough but this woman is truly a crusader for organic. Barbara is actually retired from the California Department of Corrections, where she worked as a Correctional Officer at Folsom Prison. She was one of the first females to work at the facility in this classification. Barbara lives on a small ranch in Oregon where she raises geese, chickens, horses, her dog Oggie, a variety of cats and an opinionated Macaw named Rita. Her rural lifestyle is being threatened by a combination of increasing federal regulations and corporate shenanigans such as NAIS and Monsanto’s invasive GMO technology designed to make it next to impossible to raise animals and organic food. Barbara’s motto is “It is time to step up to the plate and fight or lose it all without a whimper. Choose to make a stand and fight. We can make a difference!” In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Barbara Peterson, about the dangers of genetic modification, organic contamination, how the technology use agreement entraps farmers and what you can do about it.