Hour 1 - 3
Hour 1 - Dan Happel (Event Chairman, Red Pill EXPO) on Agenda 21, Sustainable Development, property rights issues
Hour 2 - Dr. Phranq Tamburri, NMD = Trump Report
Hour 3 - Rowan Greene ("Together We Can") on constructing a sustainable inner city America (Please note that due to computer crash, the video for this hour of the show will not be available - our apologies)
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Event Chairman, Red Pill EXPO
Dan Happel is an expert on Agenda 21, Sustainable Development and property rights issues. He hosts Connecting the Dots radio program and serves on numerous boards, including Freedom Force International.
Dan is a 4th generation Montanan, born and raised in the Gallatin Valley. Dan is a retired businessman living on a ranch near Pony, Montana with his wife Ingrid, has 3 children, and 4 grandchildren of whom he is especially proud.
Dan graduated Summa Cum Saude in Architectural Technology from Western Technical College and, after graduation, volunteered for the draft and served as an Architect in Training to the District Facilities Engineer, Headquarters Company, U.S. Army, at Fort Mcnair in Washington D.C. from 1971-1973.
After discharge Dan worked as an Architectural Designer while continuing his education at Montana State University and the University of Colorado in Planning, Public Administration and Economics. He founded and managed several successful Design-Build Commercial Construction Companies, including Happel & Associates, currently working in 11 states.
He returned to Montana in 1996 and continues as an active community member having served as a County Commissioner in Madison County, and is currently serving as the Montana State GOP Finance Chair, a Trustee on: The United Precious Metals Association, the Montana Forest Owners Association, Harrison Fire Board, the Montana Forest Stewardship Foundation, Chairman of the Montana Forest Stewardship Steering Committee, and became 1 of only 2 Montana Master Forest Stewards in 2012 through the MSU/UM Extension Forestry Program and was recently appointed to the Western Montana BLM Resource Advisory Council.
Dan is also a member of Major General Paul Vallely's Kitchen Cabinet for Stand Up America, is a member of, and featured in, G. Edward Griffin's Freedom Force International hall of Honor, Serves on the Freedom Force International Leadership Council, has been a Research Assistant, Associate/Executive Producer on six James Jaeger Documentary movies featuring Congressman Ron Paul, Dr. Edwin Vieira, G. Edward Griffin, Pat Buchanan among others, and is featured in Midnight Ride, Jaeger's latest documentary movie scheduled for release late this year.
Dan has traveled extensively and is a frequent speaker on a number of crucially important and controversial subjects: UN Agenda 21; The History of Progressive Socialism in America; Money, Banking and the Federal Reserve System; and Life, Liberty and Property – The Cornerstones of Freedom; having developed several highly regarded PowerPoint programs on these subjects. Dan also teaches U.S. Constitution classes for various groups around Montana, and has provided technical assistance on legislative bills for a number of Montana State Legislators for the past 8 years. "Providing well researched information and education that emphasizes liberty and the true meaning of the American dream will attract freedom loving Americans to our cause and can help restore America" stated Dan.
Published on Oct 7, 2014
Dan Happel presents his outstanding Agenda 21 outline in Kalispell, MT
Hour 2 - Dr. Phranq Tamburri, NMD = Trump Report
Dr. Phranq Tamburri, NMD
The Trump Report
Phranq's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:
DR. PHRANQ TAMBURRI BIO
Dr. Phranq Tamburri is a naturopathic physician specializing in men's health with a sub-specialty in prostate cancer. In tandem to these fields, Dr. Tamburri treats male hormone deficiency, low energy, and sexual performance. Although naturopathic medicine is a specialty in itself, Dr. Tamburri has garnered recognition as an expert in the field of prostate cancer assessment, diagnosis, and treatment; each of the preceding from a balanced natural and allopathic perspective. His training in this area has been varied and wide in scope. As Chief Resident from his Alma Mater, he trained under Mayo trained urologist Bernard Gburek, M.D. at Scottsdale North Hospital while at the same time apprenticed under CMO and Physician of the Year Thomas Kruzel, N.D. who specialized in natural urology. Dr. Tamburri later was director of the Men's Health Clinic at his local teaching clinic. Currently he is long term professor of Clinical Urology at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and also sits as a member of the AZNMA and is the only naturopathic physician on the AZ State Funded SW Prostate Cancer Awareness Council. Dr. Tamburri has been published in this area along with multiple lectures to fellow physicians at yearly professional conventions. Recently he has been asked to serve as expert witness for the State of Arizona Board of Medical Examiners with regard to the management of natural prostate cancer assessment and treatment.
Dr. Tamburri, on his limited down time, loves to study Early American and World History in both didactics and in travels. He has taught inline skating for many years, hikes often with fellow doctors, and recently began pursuit as a poi practitioner!
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Hour 3 - Rowan Greene ("Together We Can") on constructing a sustainable inner city America.(Please note that due to computer crash, the video for this hour of the show will not be available - our apologies)
"Together We Can" Construct a Sustainable inner-city America
Rowan Greene is the third generation of his family working to progress the city of Fort Wayne Indiana not only sustainable, but also restorative ways.
This work is manifest in many ways from reallocating foods that would have ended up in the waste stream, to low-income families with limited Mobility, to food for the local chapter of Food not Bombs. Also through standing up to the local government bullies by suing them in federal court for violating his first amendment rights, all the way to the biggest project currently being implemented: by working with farmers and a non-profit, a stimulus program is being created that will act as a local currency-backed by food and labor from Farmers through a food Hub and balanced by cryptocurrencies.
About the Stewards of Heartland Communities…
The Stewards of Heartland Communities - Growing a Sustainable Local Economy
We are a worker owned cooperative foundation committed to cultural, economic, and environmental sustainability in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Our mission is to build communities that are economically, culturally, and environmentally sustainable, through community and economic development activities, including training and educational programs, worker collective entrepreneurship facilitation, cooperative systems, and community economics education. We the Stewards of Heartland Communities, Inc. envision a world in which communities of people share in sustainable living, culturally, economically, and environmentally. We define a sustainable culture as one in which all citizens balance responsibility and liberty, in which each member's needs are met, and each contributes to the needs of the larger good. A sustainable culture requires the guarantee of safety and celebration to persons of diverse ideas, abilities, and heritage. We believe that nonviolence is the key to safety. Economic sustainability insures that full-time workers earn enough income to provide all the basic needs. It prevents economic leakage from a region by keeping local production for local consumption. A sustainable local economy also accounts for non-monetary or 'core economy' of care giving and volunteer service that is not counted in traditional economic measures. We work to build a sustainable economy through collective action, worker-owned entrepreneurship, and alternative economic structures such as barter systems and time banks. Environmental sustainability requires that the demands on an environment do not exceed the inhabitants' ability to renew the environment's resources in pace; that technology is used with the same guarantee of safety to the diversity of nature. We envision a world in which commitment to this vision is the foundation that informs our collective life's work.
Heartland Communities, Inc. provides opportunities for many levels of commitment and involvement. We are interested in providing leadership and other resources for entrepreneurship that involves green technology or services and worker-ownership.
Worker-owners of Heartland are called Stewards. This level of commitment is encouraged. Stewards do the hands-on work of the organization and constitute the voting membership. Supporting Members, Advisors, and Sponsoring Organizations are three other levels of official membership that support the goals and purposes of the organization with funding opportunities, advice, and in-kind donations.
Local Indiana Food Slips Stimulus Program
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Local Indiana Food Slips Act as a Local Currency
…based on the value of labor and food from farmers through the Plowshares Food Hub. It guarantees that all of the capital and revenue built up by all the local commerce goes into the pocket of someone you know instead of leaking into the national economy. It ensures that the value added at every level of production builds wealth in our community.
LIFS (Pronounced leefs ) to stimulate economic activity
If the food hub is the heart of the system, the blood of the system is a local stimulus program that is going to act as a currency that is backed by food and labor from the farmers through the food hub. This is called Local Indiana Food Slips. By consenting to use Local Indiana Food Slips, all of the participants guarantee that all the capital and all the revenue from the local commerce will stay in the local system. You can't spend it at Kroger, you can't spend it at NIPSCO, so the wealth built by food and labor is not leaked out of the local economy. You might not be able to pay your electric bill with it but it guarantees that the electric company CEO gets none of the revenue from the commerce ex-changed with the local food slips. This will provide incentive for people to shop local, cut down on carbon credits, and produce affluence from the bot-tom up.
How is wealth created?
In this program, value and therefore wealth is created through the production of food. A farmer spends very little on seeds, and along with labor and other inputs, the value of the food produced is much greater. If the food is then processed through preservation or pre-pared foods, the added value increases. We aim to cap-ture this wealth and keep it circulating within the econ-omy of Northeast Indiana and nearby communities.
Although the primary wealth generation through the stimulus project is through food, many members of the arts community are excited to make are part of the lo-cal economy, and there are other business owners who are willing to exchange goods and services using the LIFS local currency. As this adoption grows, wealth will be created by commerce on every level. The economic model will also serve as a small business incubator and cultural hub for restorative commerce.
How do we get the system up and running?
There are seven ways that LIFS get circulating into the economy.
1. Farmers commit a piece of land to grow to grow food for LIFS from the food hub, business or consumer. A portion of the minimum commitment will be traded up front to provide stimulus flow.
2. Entrepreneurs commit a portion of goods and services for the year that they are willing to trade for LIFS. A portion of the minimum commitment will be traded up front to provide stimulus flow.
3. Local philanthropists assist farmers to scale up and become efficient. These stimulators either receive an amount of LIFS equal to their contribution, or one-and -one-half times the amount of the stimulation for funding crucial projects.
4. LIFS will be offered as incentive for volun-teer workers performing service at the food hub, producers or entrepreneurs.
5. Incentives to buy local and fresh food pur-chased using EBT/SNAP and WIC produce vouchers by offering LIFS with proof of purchase (Double Up).
6. Charity organizations that do gleaning on farm fields get incentive LIFS, which they can then distribute to the Hungry.
7. Linking LIFS Stimulus Program with Heartland's related alternate-economy project, the Northern Indiana Time Ex-change (NITE) time bank. Trading hours for hours, with a optional conversion for hours to LIFS.
How do I get involved?
Send an email to RowanFGreene@gmail with a statement that you consent to using L.I.F.S. and committing to substantial trade and that you will not commit fraud. Include the roles you will be likely to fulfill in the program.