Why We All Should Be Whistleblowers

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A town with a mortality rate 80 times higher than elsewhere—and the willful blindness of the locals, except for one person.

The truth about whistle-blowers—and why they do what they do.  Turns out they’re not crazy; the rest of us are.

A video talk on taking our freedom and doing something with it.

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  2. Doug Nusbaum says:

    I stopped after 7 min. I have covered this ground numerous times. But I will reference it in my book.

  3. Doug Nusbaum says:

    I am writing a book on this subject: “the big book of big St00pid”. I am sure that you think that this could not possible apply to YOU!!!. Enter the two words orwells boot into any search engine. The first item back will be mine, after paid links, usually under the name factotum666.

    Evolution (Don’t believe in evolution??? well duh!!!) makes people stupid.

  4. Billie says:

    “Willful Blindness” –

    It’s an epidemic in America.

    Those that know – keep silent. Those that perceive – bury their heads. Those that are ignorant – don’t care.

    Educate yourself on the dangers of “Willful Blindness”:

  5. daniel says:

    Thanks for sharing Russ.
    People just care about the things that are important to them. It’s much like prejudices, we need them, you cannot question and evaluate every single situation everytime. We need to ignore problems, otherwise we would turn nuts. The challenge is knowing when the water starts boiling to be ready to jump out of the pot. People living in Libby didn’t.

  6. Charlie Primero says:

    TED = Purple Pill; pretending to promote alternatives while representing global corporate foundation media control.