Peace Revolution 001: The Great Conversation

Peace Revolution the official Podcast of Tragedy and Hope: episode 001: The Great Conversation

Featuring: Jan Irvin of GnosticMedia.com, Paul Verge of DivergentFilms.com, and Richard Grove and Lisa Arbercheski of TragedyandHope.com

The Peace Revolution Podcast is a Public Service of Tragedy and Hope Magazine (http://www.TragedyandHope.com )

http://peacerevolution.podomatic.com/

  6 comments for “Peace Revolution 001: The Great Conversation

  1. Attila Lendvai
    February 13, 2014 at 5:38 pm

    the link to the podcast is broken. as of 2014-02-13 it points to:

    http://gnosticmedia.com/podcast/PeaceRevolution_001.mp3

    but it looks like something changed and the proper link is this:

    http://peacerevolution.podomatic.com/enclosure/2009-12-17T22_01_17-08_00.mp3

    as listed here:

    http://peacerevolution.podomatic.com/entry/2009-12-17T22_01_17-08_00

  2. Attila Lendvai
    February 21, 2014 at 10:38 am

    this whole series is also available at:

    https://www.tragedyandhope.com/category/peacerevolution/page/4/

    and there the links seem to be fine.

    BTW, this content should be gathered to one single place that is kept up-to-date and the other places edited to point to that single place.

  3. Sandi
    May 25, 2014 at 2:16 pm

    In mental wards music is forbidden. Back in the day it was suggested poetry be forbidden. Both are uplifting, healing and contain many hidden and overt truths. I believe that is a key along with the advertising of mental health drugs to the degree that even sane people crave the drugs they advertise.

  4. Occupyactivist1
    September 19, 2014 at 7:27 pm

    Where is the references? Without the link’s to the 1953_ 54 Encyclopedia reference, how are we to verify this grammar? I want to know?

    • September 19, 2014 at 7:29 pm

      I suppose there’s still places called “libraries”. Would you like me to hold your hand on the way?

  5. Robby
    December 12, 2014 at 8:59 am

    Great job, guys! I’m halfway thru. The only issue I have is the accountability factor. I agree with mark passio that it always the one who takes and acts out on the orders who is ultimately responsible and not the ones who give the orders. It’s the second time I have come across this discrepancy. Both are in serious breach of trust but it’s the one who pulls the trigger that holds the blame, no? Not because “well, that’s what congress passed as “law” an so…” Or “well that’s what the regulations say so that’s what we must abide by
    “. People still have a choice to make. Yeah it sucks and it must be very difficult position to be in for some o these folk but it’s not rocket science, is it? I think it’s very important to reiterate that it is the one who acts out on the orders that is ultimately responsible. Other than that I’m loving every min o hanging out listening to beautiful minds discuss real shit and keeping it 100. Peace!!!

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