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Dialect: Codex Alimentarius dumbing down our food & the death of Dr. David Kelly

Bristol Broadband Co-operative | 04.05.2008 22:16 | 2008 Days Of Action For Autonomous Spaces | Analysis | Other Press | Terror War

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Dialect - 3rd May 2008 - mp3 17M

David Halpin believes Doctor David Kelly was killed in 2003 as part of a war crime conspiracy
Robert Verkerk from the Alliance for Natural Health - Codex Alimentarius, dumbing down food standards
Features this week [Time in brackets index to the featured item in the mp3 file]:

(01:54): News items: report on sucessful squatting in Bristol city centre and the 'corrupt' (according to Bridgewater MP) privatisation of Avon and Somerset Police services by Chief Constable Colin Port to his wife
(07:39): Robert Verkerk, Executive & Scientific Director at the Alliance for Natural Health, talks about the Codex Alimentaruis Commission created by UN’s FAO and WHO to dumb down food standards and guidelines.
(17:18): The late night phone call from former Home Secretary John Reid MP.
(24:56): Dr David Halpin on the death of former UN weapons inspector David Christopher Kelly CMG.
(36:53): Former SAS soldier Ben Griffin’s last public speech about British Government’s involvement in secret Extraordinary rendition flights.
(45:14): A recording from the recent performance by John Renbourn (Pentangle) and Robin Williamson (The Incredible String Band).
(52:26): What’s On Guide.

Producer: Tony Gosling
Reporter: Tony Gosling
Presenters: John Peters-Coleman
What’s On guide: Jeff Sparkes
Studio Engineer: Vilas Chitrakaran
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