When I first got confirmation that Bill Still was going to be on 'Two Beers With Steve' I rushed to my wife to tell her the good news... that I would soon be talking with a legend, an icon of mine. I have to thank Nathan Martin for making the meeting possible, Nathan also sat in during the interview and we all had a great conversation.
Bill Still has been beating the drum for monetary reform for decades, long before my 'awakening' Bill was hard at work writing books, articles and had made the film 'The Money Masters'. His latest venture has been another film titled 'The Secret of Oz', which I have seen and highly recommend.
This interview covers many topics but the most facsinating discovery for me was finding out how Bill Still, a journalist, became to be interested in monetary reform. A great interview, thanks Bill.
Buy The Secret of Oz - Buy the film and support the cause.
In this first discussion, Nathan points out the problems with our current system and possible tactics to enact REAL change. Nathan also makes the distinction between hoping change will happen and working towards making change happen... (hint, they are not the same thing, at all).
In a later episode we will be discussing a few more concepts of Nathans proposed plan and we will also be talking with Bill Still, narrator of the films The Secret of Oz and The Money Masters. Please join us.
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James Howard Kunstler, author of The Long Emergency takes a seat at the roundtable to discuss Peak Oil and the American lifestyle. This was an hour of discussion on the grim reality of a world that is not planning on a world without plentiful and cheap oil, with moments of humor and chat splashed in for good measure.
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The KunstlerCast, JHK's own podcast.
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