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Lost Arts Radio Show #172 - Special Guest Ian Crane

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Ian R. Crane taught me so much about fracking in a short discussion we had, I had to invite him on the show to share his knowledge and experience with you. He agreed, and you will get to enjoy his presentation this coming Sunday. Ian held a key position for one of the biggest international oil field service companies in the world. His job required extensive travel to many countries, where he witnessed first-hand the inside operations of an industry that the public barely understands.

Fracking is only one of many disastrous operations being carried on by the oil companies, but it is one that is urgent for us to understand so the irreversible damage it causes can be stopped. Even if clean and free energy generation technology had not been available to us (but suppressed) for the last hundred years (which it has, by the way), fracking as a technology to release more oil from otherwise inaccessible types of geology would be out of the question for any sane society, because of the incredible environmental damage it causes.

As usual, it turns out that government and its partner global corporations are the primary villains in this scheme of global destruction. Unfortunately, the major corporate media are owned by the same cartel of corporations behind the destruction, so they don't tell the truth about what's going on. But Ian does. Over the past five years, he has supported communities throughout the UK, helping achieve amazing success in keeping the UK FRACK FREE since the moratorium was lifted in December 2012. We'll talk about this and his other accomplishments on the show. If people appreciate and support his efforts, they will be multiplied, and can also be applied to other ways that our life support systems on this planet are being unnecessarily destroyed.

Making money is great, there's nothing wrong with it at all. But it must be done in ways that are not destructive, otherwise, the result can be disaster.

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