The News with Rick Sanchez - April 10, 2019
Plane shot down in Libya
UNICEF has announced that half a million children are at risk if violence continues in Libya, as rebels led by former CIA asset Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar march on Tripoli and shoot down a government plane. Former Pentagon official Michael Maloof joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the escalating conflict in the troubled country and its international implications.
China – Russia hoarding gold, not dollars
China continues its gold-buying spree in anticipation of the US dollar’s demise as the global reserve currency. Professor Richard Wolff joins Rick Sanchez to discuss what this means about shifting US standing in the world.
Electromagnetism expert issues cellphone tower warning
Professor of Toxicology and Health Effects of Electromagnetism Dr. Paul Heroux joins Rick Sanchez to discuss growing concerns about cellphone towers and their adverse health effects on children. He says that corporations’ political power has manipulated FCC standards and is why “the irradiation of the population has gotten out of hand.”
Geoengineering no longer a conspiracy theory
Researchers at Harvard have developed a plan to spray sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere to reduce global warming. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss how “solar geoengineering” would mimic the effect of volcanoes and reduce global temperatures.