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    Introducing the New Frontier Network Podcasts

    Forum co-owners Chris and Garuda (Manuel) are two of the founders of the New Frontier Network Podcasts.

    Group of international researchers and activists launch video podcast called The New Frontier Network (NFN)

    Guests range from former Intelligence Officer of the US Pentagon AATIP Investigation Program - Luis Elizondo, Historian - Richard M. Dolan, Researcher - Kathleen Marden and many more.



    New episodes released monthly. Find them here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1Q...D_OrY2g/videos

    Toronto, Ont. (December. 16, 2020) - Correspondents from five countries (Canada, Peru, Portugal, South Africa and USA) have joined forces to present a new and innovative monthly video podcast called The New Frontier Network. This podcast is a project from the Global Exopolitics Organization (glexo.org) devoted to exploring the new frontiers of Phenomenology, Ufology and Exopolitics.

    The first interview will be with activist Steve Bassett, Executive Director of the Paradigm Research Group. He gives his assessment on the current state of affairs regarding the political implications of the ET presence on planet Earth. The podcast will be available from December 17 on Youtube only.

    The NFN team consists of:

    - Chrissy Newton, Canada
    - Christopher Iversen, U.S.A.
    - Francisco Mourão Corrêa, Portugal
    - Giorgio Piacenza, Peru
    - Manuel Lamiroy, South Africa
    - Victor Viggiani, Canada

    Monthly guests scheduled to appear on NFN will be drawn from a wide range of backgrounds; international research experts, authors, journalists, political activists, and former government officials. The video podcast will feature two co-hosts, Christopher Iversen and Victor Viggiani to anchor the show, alongside a group of correspondents in a roundtable news format.
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    Each new episode will get its own thread on the forum.
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    - Jef Mallett

    Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garuda View Post
    Each new episode will get its own thread on the forum.
    Sounds very promising.
    The cast of characters at New Frontier Network (NFN) has a very international flavor, should provide a much varied perspective on current events.
    A great way to broaden personal horizons.
    I look forward to viewing this first episode, and the many to follow.
    Best of luck to you and the crew on your new endeavor with New Frontier Network (NFN).
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    Most excellent podcast. Steve Bassett certainly put things in perspective on a "Post Disclosure World", a real cornucopia possibilities in all aspects of humane civilization.

    Much respect and gratitude to everyone involved.

    Looking forward to the next one!

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    I've watched and enjoyed the two episodes posted so-far. New Frontier Network Podcasts has a strong start.

    Episode one: Steve Bassett

    Episode two: Luis Elizondo

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    Quote Originally Posted by CasperParks View Post
    I've watched and enjoyed the two episodes posted so-far. New Frontier Network Podcasts has a strong start.

    Episode one: Steve Bassett

    Episode two: Luis Elizondo
    Thanks. Glad you're enjoying them.
    An opinion should be the result of thought, not a substitute for it.
    - Jef Mallett

    Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.
    - Charles Darwin

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    An opinion should be the result of thought, not a substitute for it.
    - Jef Mallett

    Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.
    - Charles Darwin

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