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Show #688, rev. Kevin Annett, the "Canadian Genocide" -- Dahszil (talk) 08:13, 31 May 2014 (PDT)

Another fine show, thank you unwelcome guests. Rev. Kevin Annett is an inspiration to any of us, especially those of us who just "talk the talk" to become active and take the risk, "take the risk to lose everything". When we risk the so called capitalist, totalitarian and fascist "everything" we come to be in touch what we forget, while in the aforementioned paradigm what we are yoked with, that is the most precious thing in our existence: that is our "soul.

I will seek other audio, video and text of interviews with the good reverend. The interviewers were far too "talkative". All too often Kevin Anett is trying to expand on a fact or point, and the interviewer(s) seemed to interrupt. But in no way do I blame them like I would the egocentric and corporate Charlie Rose. I just thought they should have been more considerate. But it is hard when you are so interested in what good and the important information Annett has to impart. Annett is one of the finest persons who walks the earth. And no, I am not a friend or supporter of Annett's. This is the first time I have heard of him and now I am a supporter of Rev. Annett.

Re: Show #688, rev. Kevin Annet, the "Canadian Genocide" -- Robin (talk) 11:40, 31 May 2014 (PDT)

I'm glad that this week's show hit the spot for you - and I agree about the interviewer. There is the usual smear stuff on the WWW about Kevin Annett, but the fact that he is deemed "not notable" is an absolute travesty. The news blackout is a fallback position if they can't find any mud to sling at him. He has inspired a lot of people to work to set up an independent system of courts and justice (see ), since the establishment is not interested in prosecuting themselves.