Friday, November 4, 2011

Terrorists in Love

Terrorists in Love
Terrorists in Love
Friday, October 28
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Political" talks, listen to an interview with Ken Ballen. He offers the first inside account of why radical Islamists join Jihad. Drawing on unprecedented access, Ballen profiled six terrorists to offer an astonishing new portrait of our enemies as we have never senn them. You'll learn about the secret war councils of Mullah Omar and the Taliban leadership; how the Pakistani Intelligence Agency - the ISI - funds, arms and protects the Taliban leadership and its insurgents to fight against the U.S. in bordering Afghanistan; what goes on behind the closed doors of the royal family of Saudi Arabia - the country that provides most of the funding for Al Qaeda; and more.

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Holding a ButterflyMaking Miracles, Holding Butterflies
For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talk, listen to an interview with Lynn Woodland. She'll lead you on your own experiment in miracle-making to push you beyond the boundaries of human potential. It can boggle your mind, touch your heart and forever change reality as you've known it. Miracles awaken us to dreams we never thought to dream before, to things our heart has always longed for but our minds had never known how to name, and these may compel you to leave predictability behind.

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Financial Forecasting
Financial Recession

Beyond 50 would like to introduce you to international financial forecaster, Bob Chapman. He is a world renowned authority on worldwide financial markets and political scenes. Since 1976, he is a sought after speaker at business conferences and by major media. He chose to retire by writing an e-newsletter called the "International Forecaster" that reaches over 10 million investors a week.

We encourage you to subscribe to his "International Forecaster" to increase your financial literacy and build and protect your wealth. There will be financially hard times ahead with the current Euro-crisis tied in with the Greek debt and the bursting of the credit bubble in China, causing more destabilization of the U.S. economy for years to come.

According to Chapman, "None of the Greek debt will probably ever be paid off. Of the $140 billion lent by the IMF (International Monetary Fund), US taxpayers are on the hook for about 30%, or $42 billion. We are sure that will make Americana very happy. The problems are going to last for years as Europe, the UK and US wallow in negative growth and eventually in deflationary depression."

Bob Chapman
Bob Chapman will be on the program for an interview on Thursday, December 15 at 9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET). Tune in and join in the conversation.

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