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Dwindling Oil and 9/11 (audio)

Presentations by independent investigators at the international inquiry on 9/11 held in San Francisco in March. We will place 9/11 in context of the planet's dwindling oil resources and the closed-door decisions about how to deal with the phenomenon of peak oil that have apparently already been made by the Ameican power elites - to defend corporate capitalism at any cost, even if that means species extinction. This places 9/11 in a high stakes context that may change the way you look at the issue of 9/11's unanswered questions.

Featured Speakers: Richard Heinberg, Greg Palast, Mike Ruppert, Daniel Hopsicker

Audio available here:
www.radio4all.net/index.php?op=program-info&program_id=9301&nav=&

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