Podcasts

A selection of podcasts - mainly about money and debt!

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Podcasts

Podcasts from Helen Steemson, Raf Manji, John Pemberton, Richard C Cooke, Ellen Brown, and others.




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Helen Steemson

from Spectrum on Sunday 28 October 2012

Take twenty young Kiwi business women, add four “token” males, plus two builder blokes, and send them to Sri Lanka. What do you get? Four new brick and tile houses. The New Zealanders were part of a contingent of 200-volunteers from round the world which, in less than a week, helped build twenty four homes for Habitat for Humanity. Helen Steemson (Pictured right) was one of the young women and, using her i-Phone, she recorded this programme.

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Raf Manji

from Spectrum on Sunday 12 November 2011

Raf Manji of the Sustento Institute - An interview on Radio New Zealand (12 November 2011) puts the case for a new economic system

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John Pemberton

John Pemberton - a past Democrats for social credit (DSC) Deputy Leader and Finance Spokesman - Interview 1, a general discussion. and 2 (More about debt and money)



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John Pemberton

John Pemberton - a past Democrats for social credit (DSC) Deputy Leader and Finance Spokesman - Interview 2, further discussion about debt and money.



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Ellen Brown

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Richard C. Cook

A site of family, culture and community - a reflection of her life’s adventures and dreams; A site designed to promote a new way of solving some of the problems our communities currently have to deal with.


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The Guardian Political Review

A magazine produced by the New Zealand Democratic Party for Social Credit. Democrats stand for social and economic justice. At the heart of their vision for New Zealand is a fundamental reform of the monetary system. They propose establishing a more democratic control of the money supply, whereby the Government -owned Reserve Bank would create a greater share of the money needed, without the burden of private interest charges.

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