Sensi Life Radio show June 30th 2011
Sensi Life Radio’s report on 6/30/2011
The intro is a mix of a Timothy Leary speech titled “Reality is an opinion” and Soldiers of Jah Army “Don’t Know Me”
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Starts at 3pm PST
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News report links and info:
Food not bombs volunteers arrested for giving food to the homeless in Orlando Florida.
21 arrested for sharing vegan meals to the hungry in Orlando, Florida.
RESPONSE TO ORLANDO MAYOR DYER
Greek Protesters continue to resist police in Athens as the protest the attempt by Greek parliament to block austerity measures.
Police has been firing tear gas at protesters and have been overall pushed back by protesters.
Christine Lagarde: First Woman Ever Appointed to Head IMF
From their website:
About the IMF
“The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an organization of 187 countries, working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world.”
More about the IMF
A number of civil society organizations have criticized the IMF’s policies for their impact on people’s access to food, particularly in developing countries. In October 2008, former U.S. president Bill Clinton presented a speech to the United Nations World Food Day, which criticized the World Bank and IMF for their policies on food and agriculture:
We need the World Bank, the IMF, all the big foundations, and all the governments to admit that, for 30 years, we all blew it, including me when I was president. We were wrong to believe that food was like some other product in international trade, and we all have to go back to a more responsible and sustainable form of agriculture.
Typically the IMF and its supporters advocate a monetarist approach. As such, adherents of supply-side economics generally find themselves in open disagreement with the IMF.[who?] The IMF frequently advocates currency devaluation, criticized by proponents of supply-side economics as inflationary. Second, they link higher taxes under “austerity programmes” with economic contraction.
Currency devaluation is recommended by the IMF to the governments of poor nations with struggling economies. Some economists claim these IMF policies are destructive to economic prosperity.
Sensible Washington can get paid signature gatherers if they are able to raise $20,000 by 6pm today
(Thursday June 30th) according to their facebook page. So far they have reported already gathering $6000 of the $20,000. Please contact Sensible Washington on their facebook page for details.
From SW’s Page:
We have almost $6,000 towards our goal so far including multiple commitments for donations tomorrow! Please continue to build up the momentum on this and get the word out, we need everyone’s help!
Sensi Tech report
In the age of computers and technology availability to the masses, it is obvious that despite that most people have computers, web based cell phones and other advanced technology for communications, that most of them do not know a thing about security, intelligence threats, and viruses.
A few facts
1. There are over 1 million active computer viruses in circulation today
2. Viruses come on every platform including Apple, Unix/Linux, cell phones, etc
3. Viruses infect in many ways, most commonly through porn websites, pirated software, opening executable files in email, and in rares cases are incased in image files
4. No one is completely safe from a virus
With such diversity in viruses they also are able to infect and harm in many ways. Some are Trojan horse viruses which create a security risk allowing others to easily access your computer/device.
Some are spam viruses which use email or texting programs to spam other users with a message from a central program or multiple programs on a system. There are worm viruses which replicate themselves over and over and often cause security breaches and sometimes send out data from their infected source.
Common ways to avoid a virus are;
1. Always keep your system updated
2. Always keep your virus protect and firewall updated
3. Use adequate protection, free protection like AVG or Avast only does so much
4. Avoid opening executable files from your email
5. Once you have downloaded a picture or a file from an internet source, make sure to use your virus protection to scan it, typically right clicking on the file and selecting “Scan” works.
6. Avoid risky websites like porn and pirate websites. Make sure you increase your protection when going to risky sites by turning your virus protection and firewall from possibly medium protection to high protection
I also want to give a big huge thanks and shout out to Democracy Now media. Their news reports are still brave and relevant in the world of corporate type media. The non-profit status and the intent of this media source continues to benefit the community. Visit www.democracynow.org