35 Burst results for "21St Century"

It All Comes Back to Genesis 1-11...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | Last week

It All Comes Back to Genesis 1-11...

"Comes back to genesis one through 11 in from the world economic form taking that construct that paradigm that archetype and then applying it to the Ames and the ambitions of the international global elite. Play cut 20 of the senior adviser to Klaus Schwab, play cut 20. In the Bible in the book of genesis, basically the first thing God does is to create animals and plants in humans according to his wishes, we are now trying to gain this divine ability to ourselves. It's very likely that in the 21st century, the main product, the most important products of the human economy, will no longer be just vehicles and textiles and food and weapons, the main products will be bodies and brains and minds. Because the gods, like Jehovah, in the Bible, they could create only organic beings. If you look, if you are a creationist and you look at the world, so all these animals, all these plants, God created them, and they're all organic. Now, humans are trying to do better than that, that he is now saying that human beings need to now take what God did create it. Now, of course, you've all know a Harare. He knows what he's saying. I'm guessing just based on his accent that he is Israeli, is that right? So he knows the Torah. He knows the Bible. He knows that in biblical Hebrew, the word create is only ever used with God. Never for man, that is very intentional. In biblical Hebrew, anything that is created is never used, that verb is never used for man. It is only used for God. So he knows exactly what he's doing. He's trying to converge those together. Now, distinctions are what keep us free.

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Reshore and Restore Unlocking American Innovation for the 21st Century

Andreessen Horowitz

00:35 sec | Last month

Reshore and Restore Unlocking American Innovation for the 21st Century

"3 p.m. Monday, December 19th, 2022. Reassure and restore unlocking American innovation for the 21st century. Whether through COVID-19, climate change or geopolitical conflict, the past few years have laid bare the tenuous connections underpinning key parts of our modern world. Wars, pandemics, ransomware attacks, and extreme weather events have pushed supply chains, power grids, and the post reassure and restore unlocking American innovation for the 21st century appeared first on andreessen Horowitz

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James Lindsay and Sebastian Discuss Far-Left Sexual Indoctrination

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

James Lindsay and Sebastian Discuss Far-Left Sexual Indoctrination

"Little couple of selections from the head of safety at Twitter. I think I found my calling and it's writing dialog for chef themed porn. Yeah, okay, thank you. Can high school students ever meaningfully consent to sex with their teachers? Why would you be asking that? Doing research on Craigslist sex discussion boards begs the question main browser or porn browser. That sounds to me like the normalization of porn. Let's connect the dots. Let's go to balenciaga. Here's the image of the toddler, the little child holding a teddy bear in bondage gear and then of course we have the document in the suit from the Supreme Court decision on child pornography and then last week we have the dean of that very Tony school in Philadelphia being caught on video by veritas talking about the children in the school having lessons that involved sex toys, sex, toys for miners. None of this stuff, you know, but let's start with balenciaga balenciaga's part and parcel of this discussion is not this isn't just some random photographer, is it James? No, one of the things that these societies, if we think of them as esoteric religions brought down into the modern and contemporary time, that they have to do is they have to signal where they are with regard to the cult to other people. They try to do so subtly. They put out images like this so that you look at them in either you ignore it or it doesn't register or you're a little bit shocked or you make some noise, but somebody who knows what it means knows what it means. And so they now know that that organization is part of the initiate class. So it's like this is the 21st century equivalent of the secret handshake, correct? That's right. It's secret handshakes all over social media with coded imagery and coded language encoded words. That's right.

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Republicans close to taking House majority

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Republicans close to taking House majority

"Republicans have won a slim majority in the U.S. House I'm Lisa dwyer More than a week after election day Republicans have now secured the 218th seat needed to flip the U.S. House of Representatives that returns the party to power in Washington and gives conservatives leveraged blunt president Joe Biden's agenda It also is likely to spur a flurry of promised investigations However a threadbare majority will pose immediate challenges for GOP leaders and could complicate the party's ability to govern Republicans are now on track to cobble together what could be the party's narrowest majority of the 21st century rivaling 2001 When Republicans had just a 9 seat majority the full scope of the party's majority may not be clear for several more days or weeks as

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Joe Biden Displays His Mental Decline Once Again

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Joe Biden Displays His Mental Decline Once Again

"Very clear the mental decline is severe in this man. Cut number one, please. If anybody think if we're doing it for the first time now in the 20th, 21st century going into the 26th from the 20th century going into the second quarter of the 21st century, that we'd say 12 years is enough. I think 12 years enough in the going into 2030, 40, 50. That's just terrible. The man doesn't even know what year it is. He also went on to say that he attended a historically black college in Delaware. He said that he attended Delaware state university we've got that audio. Let's take a listen. It's great to be in Florida memorial university, one of the nation's great HBCUs. I'm a big fan of HBCUs. I got my start at one of those other HBCUs. Delaware state university. Okay, guys, pretty good, man. What? No, was it corn pop was this roommate? No, that's not true. He went to the university of Delaware. Not Delaware state university. He went to a lily white school. And then sadly, and again, and I want to preface this. The tragedy around his son Beau is just awful. We're not making fun of this. But Biden, once again, claimed that his son died in Iraq. And they talk about inflation. You know, we're dealing with a whole segment inflation is a worldwide problem right now. Because of a war in Iraq and the impact on oil and which Russia is doing. I mean, there's going to be more in Ukraine. And I think in Iraq, because that's what my son died. No, it's not. No, his son died years later of brain cancer

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Rep. Chip Roy: The Consequences of the Biden Admin Will Be Felt

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Chip Roy: The Consequences of the Biden Admin Will Be Felt

"We can go down so many different paths on what you just talked about that I do think it's really important for people to know the consequences of this administration are going to be felt for a long time And we've got to obviously have a rebound Congress is going to have to check in and use the power of the purse and then hopefully we get a new president in two years But the consequences are pretty significant and you just rattled them off You didn't even get into the woke up that is going on in the military Which might be the worst of all of it because our recruiting levels are so low because these guys go in there and they don't want to be preached at They don't want to be told that America's evil or apologizing for their race or say that they don't can't talk about a mom and a dad or whatever the air force economy It's all crazy but yet they're doing it in massive ways in terms of creating all these diversity positions that DoD and all of these programs But the situation with Ukraine is a perfect example right Where we don't stop and say what is our national security interest Make a decision All of us would agree we want to provide some lethal aid to Ukraine to be able to hold a lot against Putin and to be able to stand alongside our Eastern European friends Eastern Europe understands freedom better than anybody in the world including Americans There are some of the best freedom lovers in the world So of course I want to help them But $70 billion blank check in dumping out our arsenal is now putting us at a detriment And risking our national security just when China is rattling just as Russia's rattling just as the Middle East is rattling So we're going to face the consequences of this for a while The next presidential election they're going to have to have a real serious position on what it means to re strength in America for the 21st century

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Raymond Ibrahim Describes the Characters in His New Book

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:33 min | 3 months ago

Raymond Ibrahim Describes the Characters in His New Book

"Of the characters that you talk about in this book? Well, actually, so the first one, chapter one, actually, I wanted to mention right now is Godfrey of bouillon, and he becomes the so he's part of the first crusade he's one of the leaders of the first crusade. And I don't want to give too much, you know, I don't want to make a spoiler because a lot of this book actually is written in a very exciting narrative to just show you their life and adventure. But anyway, what's interesting about Godfrey is oftentimes you're the crusaders. They were the second sons who were denied land or whatever and had been so they decided to go and carve out whatever territory and get money and become rich and land holding in the Middle East. Well, he was a second son, but as it happened, he actually was a landowner and a noble and he was a duke. He's known as the duke. He actually sold everything to fund the crusade and then the rest of the money gave to charity to monasteries and so forth. He gave up everything essentially to just spend several years of torture and fighting and warfare. And when you look at why he did it, it's again for his faith. It's for helping Christians and so forth. And I understand what you're seeing. We have to counterbalance the love with the whole idea of just war. But I think many of these men actually did that, at least in the context of the times, as much as you could. People forget just how wild and savage the pre modern world blood. That's the point is people act as though you're living in America in the 21st century. No ladies and gentlemen, the world has been unbelievably brutal

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Long-Time TV Producer, Writer and Rapist Eric Weinberg Arrested

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Long-Time TV Producer, Writer and Rapist Eric Weinberg Arrested

"Is it veteran TV producer and writer named Eric Weinberg? He's been charged with 18 counts of sexual assault by LA prosecutors. This guy worked for a long time on the TV show scrubs. He was co executive producer, also worked on California, he was initially, listen to this. He was initially arrested in July and released on $3.25 million bond. Was re arrested Tuesday and again, released on a $5 million bond. Do the tallies in your head. The charges are about a series of rapes that the cops say occurred between 2012 and 2019. LAPD says Weinberg was a predator. He'd single out women in the 20s and 30s in grocery stores, coffee shops, other places and try to convince them to participate in a photo shoot. If they agreed to have the picture taken by him, his MO was to rape them during the secluded session at his home. And of course, the studio is in his home. This guy worked a lot. I mean, this guy has many credits up until the end of the first decade of the 21st century. He was co EP for more than a hundred episodes of scrubs, show ran from 2001 to 2007. 5 time Emmy nominee supervising producer and writer on about another two dozen episodes of that series. His most recent credit was in 2016, exec producer of a comedy show called graves, guys, these creeps are right there in broad daylight. How much you want to bet part of the reason why he does this. I'm sure he has a compulsion because he's a perfect. But part of the reason why he does this, I bet he gets sick and tired and extremely jealous of seeing so many actors wine and darn beautiful women without any hard work at all.

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Sony Pictures Says Woke 'Tarzan' Is on Its Way

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:28 min | 4 months ago

Sony Pictures Says Woke 'Tarzan' Is on Its Way

"So here comes a story that we've seen so many times lately, and I'm mad at myself for not saying this beforehand, so Sony Pictures. Apparently has big plans for the iconic character of Tarzan. After the studio picks up the screen rights to the screen legend from Edgar Rice Burroughs estate, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony is planning a complete overhaul of Tarzan, their plans are being described as a total reinvention of the character and the intellectual property. Are you thinking what I'm thinking? You have to be, if you live in these times, you know, you know what's going to happen here without even me saying it. The studio is reportedly looking to bring the character of Tarzan to a place for audiences in this time and space of the 21st century. Please there's no other information. They have no producer on board, no directors, no stars, no filmmakers, et cetera, so it's just the fact that they got the property. Now, most of us know the story of Tarzan, it's pretty well known by this point, here it is anyway for anyone who has perhaps been living in a cave and just woke up from a coma. So Edgar Rice Burroughs creates this novel, Tarzan of the apes back in, I think, 1910 or 1912, ties in as the son of a British lord and a lady who find themselves marooned, his mother dies when he's just an infant, his father's killed by the leader of an ape tribe, so tajin is adopted by one of the apes cala. And he becomes one of them, he learns to climb, hunt, swing from branches, due to thing. And he survives with the jungle as a wild animal. And during his teenage years, he meets a young woman named Jane Porter who's also become stranded in the jungle. And Jane teaches Tarzan and he's falling in love. She teaches him about things and eventually she teaches him how to rediscover his human identity. Well, I see a problem right away. Isn't this cultural appropriation against apes? And isn't this a bit of a white savior story? What was I thinking back then?

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A Letter to America's Churches With Eric Metaxas

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | 4 months ago

A Letter to America's Churches With Eric Metaxas

"Let's begin with the title like any good discussion. You've got a clear the terms. First chapter of the book is what is the church? Let's just return to this question. It started off with 12 men who had their leader, their rabbi, the son of God, murdered by the state. It became the most powerful force for good on the earth. What is the way in the 21st century we have to understand the word church, Eric. Well, when I say letter to the American church, to some extent, I'm speaking principally to my fellow born again believers evangelicals. Of course, this applies to anyone who would call himself a Christian, you are the church. If you say, I am a Christian, you are the church. But to give you hopes of bastion, I wrote the book, I felt a compulsion for I don't say this kind of thing lightly. If anybody knows me, I wouldn't say it lightly, but I felt a compulsion from God, the right this book. I believe God wanted me to write this book. I had a bizarre confirmation. I was going to write the book already, and I was going to privately print it because I said, I just want to get this urgent message to pastors that if you wake up and speak up now, we will avert the disaster that the Germans did not avert because of their silence. If we can reach those people. And so I said, I'm going to write this book as fast as I can. I'm going to publish it myself. Never done that before. And I had a meeting with my publisher Salem, okay? You're familiar with Salem. That's our who puts out our radio programs. And they said, we've got some ideas for folks who we want to write, and they describe this book. And I said, that is astonishing. I haven't told anyone that I want to write this book. And so I published it with them, and we rushed it into print because I do feel the urgency that if people who claim to be Christian will behave as though they believe what they claim to believe. It's

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The Rest of the World Isn't 'Woke,' But Wants America to Be

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:53 min | 4 months ago

The Rest of the World Isn't 'Woke,' But Wants America to Be

"The historian Victor Davis Hanson has an excellent article in American greatness. And I want to summarize it for you because I think it contains a profound theme. The profound theme is this. While we are going woke and by we, I mean the United States under Biden, the Biden regime is pushing us in awoke direction. And so is the left in this country. But this wokeness is also occurring in other Western countries as well. And then you have says a Victor Davis Hanson, the un woke world. And the unworked world is made up, first of all, of a number of America's adversaries, Russia is unwoke, China is unwoke. Iran is un woke. But says Victor Davis Hanson, there are many other countries that exist in a kind of no man's land. They're neither a firm allies nor are they enemies. And they're invoked too. Saudi Arabia is unwoke. And India is unwoke. Now says Victor Davis Hanson, what the United States is doing through its wokeness is repelling these countries that are unwoke that don't want what the United States has to offer through wokeness. They don't want to be flying LGBTQ flags on their embassies. They don't want to be browbeaten about expanding access to abortion rights. They don't want any of that. This is not what they are attracted to the United States, but not for that reason. What they actually want from the United States is trade and technology and markets, and they want they admire the American culture of several decades ago, almost you could say they like 1950s America and not the America of the 21st century.

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Why Evangelist Bevelyn Beatty Williams Deems Herself an Apostle

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:01 min | 5 months ago

Why Evangelist Bevelyn Beatty Williams Deems Herself an Apostle

"I'm back with Christian evangelist, political activist actually self described apostle bevel and Beatty Williams beveling. Let me begin by asking you about that. You know, that's a little bit of a startling word apostle. Talk about why you think of yourself as an apostle and talk about what it means to be an apostle, you know, in the 21st century. Well, if you want to be technical, every single one of us technically are supposed to hold some type of office of apostle. You know, you can be apostle in your own home. You can oppose to your children by raising them in a different way than the way your parents did. Danish with your movies. You are taking a help apostleship position to do these films and to expose the truth. But yeah, you never leave out the light of God. This is something that hasn't been done before. So you're technically being a pioneer and you're bringing the kingdom to life. That's all that apostle is. You're building something that's allowing other saints to follow and maintain and even further,

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What We Know so Far About the Trump Raid

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:38 min | 6 months ago

What We Know so Far About the Trump Raid

"Your reaction to what we've learned thus far about the raid on Mar-a-Lago. Well, I don't think we know enough for me to have a real competent reaction. I mean, there are the political implications, but even the political implications so far are in reaction to something that we don't know enough about. And so on the one hand, we could in theory find out this was completely justified and makes a lot of sense despite how unusual it is. Or we could find out it doesn't. But I would predict that no matter what we find out, everybody's going to revert to their corner and conclude that they either like what they hear or don't believe what they hear. And I would say, as a matter of the midterm election, again with the going to win the House majority, because it's very least the Democrats are defending a 5 seat majority that's so thin, it's impossible to defend and even though the Senate races have looked tougher for Republicans in the summer insane recently, we've seen this movie before, at least in the 21st century with wave elections where it starts out okay for the party in The White House. Then it looks really, really bad for a long time. Then it looks like weight, maybe it's not so bad. And then it all goes the way it looked like it was going to go, especially when you look at the states where Republicans are on offense or even where they're playing defense. So we need to know more before I can tell you, okay, this is the potential different impact, but I don't think we know enough.

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The Inflation Increasement Act

Dennis Prager Podcasts

03:42 min | 6 months ago

The Inflation Increasement Act

"Secular fanaticism is the curse of 20th and 21st centuries. These people are fanatics. The mansion deal he calls it the bench and deal. Features massive new subsidies for solar and wind over the next few years, massive is correct. Plus tens of billions of dollars in other handouts designed to dramatically increase the percentage of these unreliable sources of energy on our grid. Number two, it aggressively restrict fossil fuels. It includes among other things new taxes on oil and gas. And worse of all, granting the Biden EPA essentially unlimited power, I don't understand that. Didn't think Supreme Court just ruled. Oh, but Congress can make a law. Well, they can make a lot of Supreme Court. It'll be going to court. Well, by the time it goes to court, everything will be shut down that matters. Essentially unlimited power to restrict fossil fuel projects. It gives billions of dollars to the left wing causes it includes billions for undefined environmental justice. Prager rule number 36. Whenever justice gets an adjective, it's not justice. Social justice is nothing to do with justice, environmental justice has nothing to do with justice. Racial justice has nothing to do with justice. Just know that. And you will begin to understand the double talk. You are willing and language of the left. There's justice, and there's injustice. Just like when you add a word to democracy, like people's democracy, it's a bad sign. North Korea, a gigantic concentration camp. Is the people's democratic republic of Korea. People's democratic. Okay. The White House commission report is an extreme environmental justice is an extreme left wing wish list. That says we must quote sunset investments by 2030. That is just 8 years from now. In fossil fuels plastics and are you ready? This proves that they're fanatics and lawyers. The environmentalist world. And nuclear power. It actually says we must sunset investment in nuclear power. They don't give a damn about carbon emissions, but give a damn about destroying the society we live in. Environmentalism is to the environment what communism was through workers. The great Green New Deal gives government limitless corruption inducing power. The deal itself has tens of billions that bureaucrats can allocate arbitrarily. Tens of billions. Manchin's requested permitting policies would give new illegitimate powers that are guaranteed to be exercised corruptly.

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Sebastian Welcomes Jack Carr, Author of 'the Terminal List'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 6 months ago

Sebastian Welcomes Jack Carr, Author of 'the Terminal List'

"You are probably enjoying an Internet phenomenon that is terminal list with Chris Pratt. I watched all of it last night as my wife fell asleep. I caught the last two episodes as well. I said, I gotta see this before my Friday guest arrived. Why? Because it's the man who wrote it, none other than U.S. Navy seal lieutenant commander Jack Kyle. Welcome to America first. Thank you so much for having me on. It's great to talk to you. All right, we're going to talk about the genesis of the book, the genesis of the TV show Chris peratt's involvement. But first things first, I got to get straight to it as a gun guy as a guy who likes edged weapons. Talk to me about why hatchets talk to me about I can see it on the wall back there. Is this the rediscovery of a primal weapon? What does it mean to you and to the guys on the teams? That's exactly what happened to have one right here. Nicely. Yeah, Winkler say tomahawk right here. That's the one from the show and from the books. But when I was creating the character, I wanted something kind of like the 21st century Rambo knife, those of us who grew up in the 80s and of course, remember that being a very important element of that series. And I thought, what is the weapon that I can associate with this character that also tells a story about him? Tells us that he is a student of warfare, but also applies it in a modern context. So I thought that tomahawk, we go back, of course, well, really to the beginning of time, but in America, to Rogers rangers and those mentioned hatchets, of course, I've been fascinated with hashes and Ed's web edge weapons since I was a little kid and also a lot of people carried them downrange in Iraq and Afghanistan. So I thought this was a weapon that I can associate with this character that really tells a story about him.

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Eric and James O'Keefe Discuss Doing the Right Thing

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:02 min | 11 months ago

Eric and James O'Keefe Discuss Doing the Right Thing

"Hey folks we're talking to the author of American muckraker rethinking journalism for the 21st century. His name is James O'Keefe. James O'Keefe, you just said that a lot of people are scared. This is the issue, right? And so part of it. But what you and I believe, and what many people in history have believed is that there is a God. There is such a thing as truth. And I need to do the right thing because I know that whatever they want to call it, God, the universe will back me up. In other words, that to not do the right thing, ultimately I pay a much bigger price. I sell my soul to the devil so that I don't get in trouble today. And I really do believe, I mean, if I'm speaking in churches, I say that, you know, you should worry about what God thinks. You should fear God. Don't fear what people can do to you or whatever. But we're in a culture now we're doing the right thing is less celebrated. As you're saying, it's kind of, it really is we have been generally and collectively cowed by fear of losing an Instagram account or this or that. And so we are being controlled. And never more than now has it mattered that people say no, no. I will do the right thing. And I, in my position, I would say, I will trust God with my career. With my voice, I have to I have to get serious. What do I believe? And I think people need to be encouraged that when you do the right thing, yeah, it will work out for you in the end, no matter what happens, somehow you can't, you can not really I've written about Dietrich bonhoeffer. He went to the gallows for doing the right thing. But he believed that Jesus defeated death on the cross. Like at the end of the day, you have to decide what you believe. And I think that we're just living in a culture where a lot of people aren't sure. And so they're kind of hanging back and they're letting people like you get handcuffed. Well, I mean, this is you mentioned Bond hoffer. I wrote about Alexander silts and eats and in this book and he talks about in the gulag archipelago, which I heavily cite, because that book kind of changed my mindset and he says, you have a choice to make. You go to one direction you might lose your life. You go to another direction, you go against your conscience. And to follow your conscience and wherever it leads you is important. But it does come down to fear. It comes down to fear of, as you say, fear of God not man, one of our whistleblowers I asked her, Jody, O'Malley, from HHS, this is in September. I said, aren't you afraid? And she said, I fear God not man. But do actually do that. I think is the point. And I spoke at one church, calvary in California. I don't really speak the churches, but my feeling Eric is that maybe Christians are too afraid. And maybe they're not acting out on their faith.

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Eric and James O'Keefe on What We Can Learn From 'Mr. Jones'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | 11 months ago

Eric and James O'Keefe on What We Can Learn From 'Mr. Jones'

"Welcome back folks. I'm talking to James O'Keefe founder of project veritas, author of the new book American muckraker rethinking journalism for the 21st century. So James, I was just referring to this film mister Jones, which talks about Gareth Jones, a Welsh journalist who sees in Soviet Russia in the Soviet Union in the early 30s. What Stalin is doing, which is evil with a capital E but the other journalists, most notably Walter duranty of The New York Times who won a Pulitzer Prize that's never been rescinded for effectively giving cover to Stalin's genocidal murderous regime. But I thought it's so incredible because what the story of the film shows is how one of these reporters, one of these journalists, Vanessa Kirby's character, initially she's basically said, I believe in this communist utopia. And I'm willing to look the other way for the greater good. She eventually changes. But it struck me that that's where Mary very many American journalists are today. They hate Trump so much or they hate something so much that they're willing to overlook the facts, the story. I mean, the most dramatic example for me was the Hunter Biden laptop. When that story got buried by everybody I thought I just feel like my country is dead. You don't have a country if you don't tell those stories. Well, that's true. And in this book, I write about this idea of in journalism. There's always been a tension between access and autonomy. So what I drew from the movie about Jones movie was a study of the potemkin village, so the guy had access to the Soviet Union, and he was being told these things. And these days, journalists, if not narrative Eric, they tend to relay what they're told by the powerful. They just relay it to you. Okay, here's what The Pentagon says. Here's what Putin is saying. Here's what this guy is saying. Well, that's not really journalism. That's more like public relations. So of course, I can't go to these fraudsters. Hi, I'm James O'Keefe. Tell me all the fraud you're committing. They'll never tell me the truth. So investigative journalism is what you really want. You want, okay, you're told X okay, I'm going to go try to disprove X by finding out why. That's not happening anymore. And the reason is not just politics and narrative, yes, that's some of it. It's also economics. It's expensive and it's difficult to challenge the company line or to challenge the government line. And you burn your access to the government. Right. The Biden administration will punish these

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'American Muckraker' James O'Keefe and Eric Discuss Big Ideas

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 11 months ago

'American Muckraker' James O'Keefe and Eric Discuss Big Ideas

"We have my guest James O'Keefe, founder of project veritas with us for the hour to continue our conversation from yesterday. The new book is American muckraker rethinking journalism for the 21st century. We're talking James about some big ideas. And I think I mentioned it yesterday that the real shock for me was when right before the 2020 election, everyone in the media declined to cover the Hunter Biden laptop story. There never was anything more that obviously needed covering by journalists. And that was the chilling moment for me. When I saw big tech allied with big journalism to say that we are going to not cover this and we even had it's really gross when you have members of the deep state signing a big letter calling it Russian disinformation. I mean, it's a level a diabolical level of gaslighting and lying that I thought that's the end of America. We have never been, we've made movies about that kind of evil. Mister Smith goes to Washington. Right. But to see it happening in our time, that's when I thought we've gone over the cliff. You've said it beautifully, speaking personally, my level of diabolical evil is when project veritas was banned on Twitter for quoting CNN. That was my whatever whatever is the modern version of woke is I've heard people say black pilled, red pilled, whatever pill. But the moment the event horizon that we crossed from me was when they banned me from Twitter for quoting the other guy. I was like, wow. Because I think it takes a little bit of naivete and innocence inside of a project veritas journalist to be doing this to begin with. And I want to say something else about this. I gave a speech in Merrick, New York, which is where I live in the yacht club last week to book launch event I had. And people were saying, well, it's over. Countries over, it's all over. There's no rights. It's like the hell it's over. It's over if you say it is. And if you manifest that, if you believe that, if was it negative prayer, if you want to just keep saying we have no rights. Negative confessions. I mean, confession. What you're saying right now is so big for me because you want to say to the people. It's over because of you because of what you just said and you're willingness to lie down in a fetal position under the couch when you should be

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"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"At you from man. Tell me what I got, Uh, Everybody needs a helping out what it's all about. Tell me what What can I do? What? That I welcome to 21st century radio. I'm Zahara Hieronymus Partners. Our executive producer Noah Dankner. Runs our board joining us this hour's author Gary David, his Adventures Unlimited 2012 release, entitled Star Shrines and Earthworks of the Desert Southwest. Is a fascinating continuation of a lifelong study he's made. Gary David's other books include the Orion Zone I of the Phoenix and the Keepers of Heaven. As we've shared on 21st century radio for decades with numerous guests, there is a wisdom tradition on Earth based on the axiom as above so below. As within So without, as I've shared in my own book, the future of human experience until the 16 hundreds, we have a shared signatory in the heavens for our land based sanctuary cities and spiritual centers. This marker was the Orion star system under which were built among many things. The great Pyramids of Egypt. This longitude Meridian marker points to the galactic center, making hope the city's Hindu shrines, Aboriginal gathering sites. Ancient megalithic stone standing stones are connected. Having lost this precise orientation and awareness of its power and making earth reflective of the cosmos when the British Empire changed the meridian to Greenwich that was in the 16 hundreds in order to create Method for keeping time on earth. It was a bold change that through the entire civilization of planet Earth off of its unifying orientation, and then we add to it something I've commented on before the loss of the lunar calendar when the church dominated Our calendar and therefore you wonder. Is it any surprise that the industrial revolution would become an assault and exploitation of the earth? It's animals and its people. Given that we lost our cosmic alignment. And our biological clock this hour, you'll find out just how precise alignments are, in fact on Earth prior to the 16 hundreds and why sacred societies from one side of the earth to the other. We're able to communicate with each other without phones without computers, but telepathically Appreciate the wisdom and intelligence exhibited by the Hopis and Pueblo peoples of the Southwest. As we travel the earth and cosmic maps with our guide, Gary David. Thank you for joining us, Gary Thank you so hard. It's great to be here. Yes, well, it's a pleasure. And so this is sort of something. You've worked on your whole life. So why don't we start with in the beginning of your book? Star shrines and earthworks of the desert Southwest. Um, how you got interested in this and how the work of Robert Duvall and Adrian Gilbert inspired you? Yes. Um, I really have to go back quite a ways over 20 years ago. Uh, I've been living in Arizona for 20 years. But before that time I was living in the black hills of South Dakota. And the Black Hills are the sacred Center for the Lakota Sioux that the indigenous group there and they had also a in Earth's sky relationship. Um, they they looked at a certain constellation, which they called the great Buffalo. And this Buffalo was made up of a number of constellations that we recognize as Orion's belt. The police Ladies and the star, Sirius, So it was a huge constellation. And I met a woman named Charlotte blackout than she is the great granddaughter of the famous Nicholas Black Elk, which route he wrote The classic Black Elk speaks and the great Great book about the Lakota and their history. And Charlotte was trying to establish the fact that the Lakota we're in the Black Hills much earlier than historians claimed, and she was using a a phenomenon called procession of the equinoxes. And a star map on a buffalo high to prove the fact that the Lakota were there thousands of years ago in the Black Hills, and they recognize this great celestial buffalo in the sky, and it corresponded to certain places in the black hills that they migrated to annually and did certain sacred ceremonies. In a certain place at a certain time of the year. So I got this idea of as you say, as above so below from the Lakota people originally. And then I moved down to Arizona in 1994. And I started going to some of the cocina dances on the Hopi reservation. Now, the catch Enas. Some of your listeners may be, uh, recognize that cocina dolls that the Hopi and other tribes still carve. Their dials to represent the spirit messengers. And these casinos are kind of like angels. Uh, they are go betweens between the realm of the deity or the great spirit and the realm of people. So they kind of their intercessor is between these two plains. And I started going to some of these Katrina dances up on the reservation, and at the same time I was reading Robert Duvall's and Adrian Gilbert's book. The Orion mystery, which, of course talks about the Giza Plateau and the three main pyramids, uh, laid out on the Giza plateau to correspond to O'Brian's belt, the the great Winter constellation that most everybody recognizes the consolation of Ryan because it's so brilliant in the sky. And I was going up to one of these cocina dances and I was gazing off into the distance driving up to the Masons. Now the Hopi, uh, live on three primary maces. They built villages both on top of the Masons and at the base of the maces, and they're they've been up there for at least 1000 years building these Pueblos the stone that they kind of like stone apartment buildings. And they They built. You know a lot of different sites on these three primary maces, and that's that's what they consider the center of the world in the hope he is called to wanna Savi. The center of their their cosmos. And I was, You know this kind of idly looking up towards them. These three primary maces and you know with this this information about the Giza, Uh The Giza correlation, and I thought, Well, maybe there's an Orion correlation right here in Arizona. So I put that in the back of my mind, and then I went up to the cocina dances and saw the dances and then I went home and got out a star chart. And then I got out. A map of Arizona was comparing the two And I was, I realized that there was a 1 to 1 correspondence to each major star in the constellation. They corresponded to particular village or ruin site that the Hopi had or were still inhabiting. So it just kind of really blew me away that this correlation was so exact that all the stars were there. In this this template laid out on the Arizona desert this fascinating and when you talk about, um, the celestial buffalo, can we talk a little bit further about that? Because one of the things you talk about further on in your book is that this is a place where one goes to have visions. To enter the spirit world. And of course, the Buffalo is so important in the North American indigenous peoples. I'd be really interested in how they use that particular. Ability to locate those stars relative to these earth sites and then use them specifically to enter the spirit world. Well, obviously, these were these were spirit visions that were were given to them by by the ancestors by the star people that they laid out this particular this series of sites where the Lakota migrated around the Black Hills, and they made an annual migration to different sites. There are three uh, planes or prairies inside the black hills. And they represent the belt stars of Orion and at a certain time of the year, the Lakota go there and do a particular ceremony and they wind up at summer solstice on at Devils Tower in my Oh Ming, which lot of your listeners recognized from the From the Steven Spielberg movie Close encounters, of course, But this this was a great Sundance area for the Lakota. They did an annual Sundance at at OTP, Leah. It's called in Lakota. But you know, it's so the they were in contact with the star ancestors, just like the Hopi were in contact with. The Star messengers or these could Gina's And what you show is that and the book is brilliant. Your book star shrines and earthworks of the desert Southwest. I just have to say, I don't think you left a whole lot of open ended questions other than maybe some that were not yet able to answer But in terms of showing the car let's Between Orion and other star systems and these earthworks. It's um you did a beautiful job, and so what happens is you're welcome as you you talked about something that people refer to as the Arizona Shaqra system. And you said that even the hope he's have a five chakra system. Which Frank Water rights about right? Yeah, Frank Back in the early sixties. The book of the Hope he was is a classic..

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"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You're listening to 21st century radio with Dr Dzhokhar Hieronymus and I just loved being on this show, and she is such a great interview. I know you're going to enjoy whatever you listen to. Yes, also. And I We have a mutual fan club. I just absolutely adored his book on the left and right hemisphere the whole path. The whole brain path to pieces. I found it to be one of the more useful books for anybody, particularly people who are interested in bringing peace to the world and in their own life. And, you know, I think as as sort of a tag Priscilla to your own book, you You talked about something that Olson would categorize as the left hemisphere meaning? When the colonists came to this country, um, you know, seeking destroy was kind of the premise even though you know our wonderful movies make the The beginning of this nation rather than just killing all the Indians make it look like the colonists somehow or other We're really going to settle the land. Talk to us a little bit about your own research on that. Yeah, I grew up in Ohio. And, um I didn't quite realize that Ohio had been heavily forested and that the settlers really clear cut the land, and they did that throughout the northeast throughout the heavily that heavy North American forests. There seemed to be a frenzy to get rid of the trees to get rid of the forest and, of course they needed to plant their crops they needed to plow fields. But they really destroyed the trees. Um, a greater degree than was necessary if they just wanted to plant some crops, So I was intrigued and horrified by this urge to remake the landscape, and I discovered that it goes back that Idea or the conceit that we can remake nature actually goes straight back to the Roman Empire, Um Cicero boasted in the first century BC That we make irrigation. We plant we plow. We turn the rivers. We control the waters we make as it were another nature, he said, and that idea that we can conquer and control nature. Has been with us for a very long time. And so because it's a long habit, it's going to take some attention to move into new directions. I love the fact that you know, malady me So maybe because his book probably 15. Maybe 20 years ago when he joined me on his book of water and spirit of beautiful spiritual autobiography and aren't many that sort of stand in the tradition of Parma handsy Yogi Ananda, another Great spiritual autobiography. How did your work with the so maze? He and his wife impact your life. Well, I was called in to be a book editor. Actually, The very first contact I had with them was a workshop when they were still married, and they lived in Oakland, and they lead a workshop on grieving. And I was in a deep state of mourning and I was suffering depression. At the time. I had undergone a lot of losses and I attended their workshop on grieving and there I heard them talk about community. And they said in the village when a woman gets pregnant, we all get excited because we wonder who this new person is that the ancestors are sending us because obviously This person is bringing gifts that we must need. So they said, we work real hard to find out what this new persons purpose is in the world. And then it becomes our responsibility as a community to help that person remember their purpose. And I was so astonished because that was a very different understanding of community than I had grown up with, Um, community, um, where I came from, and to a certain degree throughout mainstream American culture. We tend to think of community is something that Needs to keep people in line. The government is what punishes wrongdoing and you can read it. Even in the documents of the The American Revolution in American history, Thomas Paine wrote a pamphlet. Called common Sense, and in this pamphlet where he was agitating for revolution, he said, society namely our inter relationships with family and friends, society is based on our goodness, but But government is based on our wickedness, and we need government to keep us in line. So there runs this thread of thinking throughout political and religious history of Western cultures. That the community is something that that that it's a disciplinary force. It helps restrain the badness in people. And from Mala Doma and suburban Fu. I heard a completely different view of community completely different experience of community that the community whether the small community or the larger community Knows individuals and helps them supports them in carrying out their purpose in the world in bringing their gifts to through it fruition in the world and it was a very liberating moment. And then later I've been a book editor for years. I got called in to help Mala Doma, uh, to edit the book that he was working on next after water and the spirit and it became the book. Um Let me see if I remember the title. Uh, community which the I'm sorry I'm blank. That's all right. Um, but, um, in in as an editor, you know, one thing and editor does is get inside the head of the writer. So as I worked at that process of getting inside what melanoma was saying, I found The those ideas that came from his village. I found them taking root in me. It was a really wonderful experience. When I when I had the chance to talk with him on air on future talk and the zoo show to other shows I hosted before I found the clarity of his own life experience of having been sent away from the village to Be brought up in sort of the Christian theology and betrayed by the fathers, and then eventually having a calling back to his native tradition. It is it is really like I mentioned James Olsen's work. The difference between Using your left hemisphere primarily or your right hemisphere and one left, which is pretty much the dominant theme in our culture is very, um Very separatists. Very analytic, Very aggressive versus the right hemisphere, which, like his second book, which I have my producer look up was called ritual power, healing and community. That's really a very right hemispheric, very feminine approach to being in the world and James Olson's thesis in his whole perspective is that we really need to bring them together. It's not like Just having a right hemisphere of being intuitive and artistic and creative and integrative will work if you don't also have the analytic, the self preserved self preserving the the part that defends what's Holy And so when you look at your own work about defending what's holy, That's sort of what I think about your work. I love that. You told the short story of a 19 twenties Forrester, Adolf Leo. Paul was it Although Leopold Yeah. Mhm, would you share a little bit about that? Because I thought it was a really I love the way you wove so many beautiful historic truth into your own journey. Well, although Leopold was a forester back in the 19 twenties and thirties, and, um, the famous story about him that he told near the end of his life was that he was a hunter and he was hunting in the canyon country of Arizona and He shot a wolf down at the bottom of this canyon by the river and, um, he went down. He scrambled down the rim of the canyon and Came upon her to find she was dying. And, um, he went closer.

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"21st century" Discussed on Future Tense

Future Tense

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"21st century" Discussed on Future Tense

"There's been an increase in attacks coming out of certain countries and there seems to be a fairly clear indicated that certain countries are less proactive hat investigating or at least dealing with issues in those countries and russia as a good example that seems to be a level of acceptance of that kind of behavior coming out to that country and there seems to be a tolerance providing the attacks don't target it entities of interest to russia and this in particular examples west of the malware actually looks full russian language on the computers that are being infected to determine whether to proceed and that sort of indicates that either. They don't want to cause a problem in their own backyard. Or perhaps that rope writing with some kind of support or at least a blowing die from certain countries so with the tacit political approval or indeed underlying political motives. Would those kind of cases be the exception rather than the rule up to. Now they happen. The exception and as with most state sponsored activities does little acknowledgement of. What's going on only the the victim or the perpetrator. So you can imagine in certain countries and i think china and russia would be good examples where they are the target of an attack. It is quite likely that they won't be publicly announcing that whereas if for example it was an organization in the united states than there is a much higher probability that that information will be publicly shared. So there's a whole range of factors at play here but certainly it seems to be increasing. Some of the attacks that we've seen light sort of indicators that it might be more politically motivated than traditional cyber criminal gangs are clearly financially motivated and was there any evidence to suggest that western countries particularly the united states engage in similar activities so they certainly anecdotal evidence. And of course that has been various leaks over the is particularly out of the us particular following the snowden revelations that what we might consider to be friendly countries..

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"21st century" Discussed on Future Tense

Future Tense

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"21st century" Discussed on Future Tense

"Broad range of offenders criminals limited technical skill can pitch is and use bespoke grants way of aaron's and more sophisticated defenders on an affiliate program and they lease ransomware in return per share of the ransom on other global ransomware attack is underway. And it's estimated tens maybe hundreds of thousands of companies in seventeen countries at least have been frozen out of their data and systems as a result. And it's really. I think the reason why we've seen more of these. And by the way what we hear about it are the ones that are reported the ones that are newsworthy. There are thousands of others that we don't hear about an and that has been occurring for a number of years. I think a lot of things are done under the table. People don't want to be embarrassed. They don't want to have to tell their clients they don't have to notify law enforcement. So let has been kept under the table. But what's contributing to the increase in the last year or two is the ease in which the threat actors can execute these attacks. Today you can get on the dark web you can buy network access from what we call an initial access broker these threat actors that just penetrates network and then they sell that access to anyone who gives them the right amount of cryptocurrency code into ceo and co founder of the security company. Group sense you don't have to be a hacker you can just by the access from a hacker and then you can buy ransomware as a service which is a platform to deliver the ransomware software in the negotiation services as.

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"21st century" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

Exponential Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"21st century" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

"The lord of the harvest therefore to send out workers into the harvest field and that's what we're talking about here. Commissioning people to go. I think every person needs to declare every believer needs to declare mission field That this this is. This is where. I'm seeking to live out the mission of christ and we've done different things to commission that if a You know we'll have a commissioning service where we will annoy with oil. Each one that has declared their mission field in say for this year for twenty twenty one we are sending you into this mission field and it's really powerful time of commissioning and then if someone is going into more of a more of a declared a ministry role whether it's by vocation or vocational or church planting will bring them up front with their team Anybody that might be going with them in that role or alone and will wash their feet. will send them so that their feet may bring the gospel to a new place and it just it just continually sends this message of commissioning people to go from lightning. Live not just stay in. Make our our lake church. Make a lake church where grow bigger and bigger River church where people flow in and then flow out all its powerful larry and So so cool that you can do that For those people. I think You know they like most believers would in general feel like i should be A helpful person in the world. Or i should serve the world. I want to be good for the world. I wanna be contribution but then when you can get specific with people and say i'm a missionary in my particular neighborhood. That's good i'm a missionary my workplace. Then it's like a game changer. And then it just you know they come alive in that and so much more focused. So that's all helpful in the third question kind of leads out of that. It'd be this question of how many new reproducing churches has our church incubated and initiated this past year so every year is a great question to ask you know if you have that culture of discipleship that leads to multiplication and mobilizing leaders..

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"21st century" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

Exponential Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"21st century" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

"Who who are you training to do what you're doing. And who were you making a hero of so that's become something that's really important for for me in our ministry at lighten life and it's trackable to. I mean he s got your list of equipment and then you've got you know who their equipping you keep track of that and you can. Actually you know at the end of the year you can. You can report and say you know we've got twenty five or and we've got twenty five apprentices and You know that can be a growing list for you and something to really celebrate. You know move is worthy of celebration. But you don't hear people talk about that. He it like you don't hear people celebrating like we got our in the church Have you know x. Amount of apprentices. You know it's kinda like back that doesn't get talked about but that's what you can do to change that culture ra -solutely so great stuff. Larry the third one. The last category we're dealing with is capacity building for exponential impact. And this really gets into the heart. Of what jesus wanted to see in acts one eight when you know he says you know. I'm going to send you into a jerusalem judea samaria into the ends of the earth and its kenny. This geographical ring. That's going out from jerusalem. Where the church is basically centered at that point and i love that picture that it does geographically move outward and i think it's really helpful for us to think about our capacity building in that way. You know win. That happens. When we have the outward sentences going on Than and if every church in the world is doing that you know like someone's ended the earth might be our jerusalem right. We made it. That's exactly what we need for movement to take place into continually take place one for every generation needs to be leaning into that geographical imagery and you know..

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"21st century" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

Exponential Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"21st century" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

"Somebody and then the ongoing component is. How are you helping people. Obey jesus right so This was this was really important for the culture in our church because we wanted to involve people in baptism process and so We loved celebrating. Baptisms is a big deal. Right and Super exciting and and everything you need to share the stories of those people the loss becoming found. And it's just like you know it's amazing right and You know even in that process. We were able to do some intentional things. I think that help change the culture. One of them was when we told someone story from lost to found us in there being baptized that day. We were also going to have They're a we've loved to do like live testimony style you know. Just keep it real. But then We'd love to have their disciple maker with them on the stage so they were a part of the story and then we would involve them on. Typically in the baptism like they. We would train them to do baptisms. it would be overseen by an ordained elder right But we would train them in that we would love to see that process take place even asked them in the kind of the baptism class. Would we would ask the question. Who do you want to baptize you. Most people just assume it's going to be the pastor right. That's what they think. Like fasters gotta baptized in europe. And of course. I'll be there. I'll serve do my part. However i can help but i wanted to see whoever was the spiritual influence in their in their life. I wanted to see them. Be a part of that now. Here's what that did so whenever that happened. And we able to share those stories and we would say so and so's getting baptized. And they get this. They were just disciple by jessica over this last year so she gets to experience the whole process with them and then you know experienced the baptism now as soon as that happens especially for the first time someone does that. I mean it's borderline addiction because it gets to you and you're like oh my gosh. That was the most amazing experience of my life. Like a disciple maker knows that they just had the most amazing experience of their life and they are on cloud nine spiritual high for a long long time. That memory will never leave them. It's unforgettable and then they're hooked and they just wanna do it again and again and again. And and i think that's you know the the really cool part about having a culture that was asking this question right. How many disciples baptize the disciple. This year and We do a lot of fruit. So that's great. We actually last last sunday. Easter service at we had at one disciple maker who was in the water with our pastor baptizing their disciple and he got out of the water and he said exactly what you said. That was the most amazing thing in my life. Like wow incredible. Isn't it so jumping into the the second category here Mobilizing leaders for movement. And this is really just equipping others to obey jesus commands and be kingdom. Contributors like. That's what we want to see happen in people's lives so a larry want you to go and share the the first question in this section mobile Mobilizing leaders movement absolutely so the first question we want you to think about and we think really Flows out of the new testament in the early churches. This and by the.

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"21st century" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

The Community Safety Podcast

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"21st century" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

"That that doesn't happen overnight. It doesn't happen in just a week or two. It's about consistent relationships that are built up sustained years. It takes a long time. But i promise you it works. Yeah it does work and off of saint john. Neela navy works inside. Though we takes that consistency in not sometimes way we probably get it wrong but if you get dot consistency on. She believes that he can work. So we're kind of success right. I want that's what all always words on the success right one. If you can get one kid Roots of getting into north crime. Getting to gun crime potential becoming ivan offender of victim. Now what you've done your job. As far as i'm concerned that that is a an amazing achievement unlocked being we've both Careers do not simple times and that gives me immense pleasure to know that. I've actually controversy to get kids back on track. The thing to understand is the. The crime is only ever a symptom. It's only ever a symptom of something else and so if we are ever to be successful in dealing with crime and indeed more broadly with antisocial behavior and we go to understand what the causes are back to micro mama what the causes of the coast is all again. Elliott elliott early intervention. Thea and. that's something that we got to happen. I talked to a lot of professionals around this. And they're all very much in agreement. Some again i think that's the first step in point reyes Stop and look at an explorer in a bit more daytime. I wanted attention a little bit. John in terms of you'll As the borough commander of when you were chased superintendents and one of the things that i saw find with that sometimes the public can be incredibly critical of the place. And the i think sometimes yes it can be warranted in a lot of. Casey's i it's not as a borough commander so the jury knows kind of in times of a steady. What was the pressure. Lie for you as an individual sa- very good question. And i completely right or completely the wrong person to ask it of Because in the end the pressure broke might I'd previously been the barak commander in camden north london. Done the job that for a couple of years loved. It was then announced at very short notice to to move to southern And and you know for those less familiar sort of the job. Graffiti of of london to say that subjects a fairly lively place to work almost every kind of cao's almost every single day and.

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"21st century" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

The Community Safety Podcast

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"21st century" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

"What was seen in that behavior. Then being repeated many years later and so certainly in some of the kids that i've out with have experienced trauma at a young age go onto those volumes offenders themselves in. That's clearly what was.

"21st century" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

The Community Safety Podcast

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"21st century" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

"It hasn't gone down but the irony of course is the that actually the ultimately the costs to society of treating mental health end up being far greater than the costs would have been keeping people well in the first place and you could make the same argument about lots of things that those other things that police officers are involved. But it's kind of this hugely short-sighted position that says what we haven't got time to do that and we can't afford to do that as a consequence of which we ended up actually taking longhand spending money. I made so full of madness. It absolutely is in. Look at some of the mateen's Around the room and you look at the salaries involving those individuals and you think To look i. We can chinese because it he's mountainous totally agree you. We just ate those tight more effort. Sometimes david bodily Ronald goldman sachs john. I think we both audiences by the what we're trying to do. He just get the audience to think about it really. I think it's about the in thinking about how we can change things on again. La elliott's hiking. i rarely taken out for epping. Bald bain bain. So of united courageous to do something different. We'll time i get that probably switching a little bit of mental health as well. I think he's obviously also combined but again one of the things that really probably may at the moment is emma of young people that are involved in violent crime young people particularly in london. Elda we all seeing it across the only this week in birmingham Has been three amulets arrested for murder of a fifteen year old ones fourteen. Once fifty one sixteen troubles made the amount of crime that was saying guns with paypal. County loins which is obviously yelm involved in the criminal exploitation of young people into the drugs trade again. John which we've go wrong. Gosh where to begin. Maybe the best way to answer that is to to give you a a relatively brief case. Study because this one of the subjects. That i feel most passionately about knife. Crime and violence evolving young people. is a humanitarian disaster on. It's happening all watch in our country. I it's no good just standing there ringing all hands and and watching the madness of history repeating itself. It's no good waking up every day to the repetition of the same old headlines. That's not fix anything I often use the example of boy. Could billy smith He's not a real boy is he's a figment of my generation. But but he says he has in common an awful lot of things with with real people. That i've mentioned had dealings with down. The is an annual case. Study billie is arrested at the scene of a fatal stepping. And let's be honest between the of may he did in in the period immediately following the focus whether it's a scotland yard or on the floor of the house of commons or in the pages of the media the focus will be on. What's most immediate a not..

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"21st century" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

The Community Safety Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"21st century" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

"The huge gaping holes. Paid in the delivery of frontline services intentionally or otherwise copiously or otherwise. Police officers have stepping forward to to fill those gaps. Majesty's inspectors of constabulary released two reports that year or so ago about policing mental health. It was cooled picking up the pieces. I'm so often it's police offices that are being left to pick up the pieces that other agencies and fundamentally at the end of the day the government have left behind and the point is a There are some people suffering with mental health who all criminal and who are dangerous and absolutely police officers should be first in line to respond in those cases but huge proportion of people. I just ill. They ought to be patients not prisoners that they will be in hospital not in a police cell And so i think it's one of the most troubling realities about society. At the moment it was true before cova will be even more so as legacy of covid as a society we off failing some of our most vulnerable members. And the truth is that. I am my brother's keeper. My sisters three. We're just gonna take a very short break to hear. A quick advertisement from our sponsor may learn it..

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"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:32 min | 2 years ago

"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Welcome to 21st Century radio. I'm Dr Sahara Hieronymous, Slower corners. Our executive producer. Anita Brockington, Our engineer. Joining us this hour is the gentleman who in the past spoke with us as his role as a senior fellow at the Worldwatch Institute. Eric Asadoorian Directive. Five editions is the state of the world, which I did every year and two editions of vital signs. And as a researcher, he study consumerism, corporate responsibility, sustainable communities, education. Global security, global sustainability indicators, ecological ethics and religion's role in sustainable development. The last time we were together, we spoke about their state of the world 2017 Earth, Ed. Rethinking education on a chance changing planet. He had authored the introductory chapter and the final chapter, talking about global education being redefined by the needs of our time. Now he leads groups taking shape around. What is called guy in is, um, a philosophical path through an ecological, unstable time. Eric joins us this hour to discuss his own trajectory into finding a guy in principle of movement building on efforts like Deep Ecology and James Lovelock Sky, a theory You better give us and our families and our societies the tools we need to keep our earth and to restore our earth and live sustainable lives. He joins us for lively discussion of how to do these kinds of things in our lives and what he's doing with his own family. In this direction. Thank you for rejoining us, Eric. It's been quite some time. Yes, Thanks for having me. One of the things that attracts me to you, year after year, and, uh, in the past the Worldwatch Institute itself. Is that your inaction person as well as a visionary, and they don't always go together, sometimes visionary, see the future, but they don't Do something. So I was fascinated to find out in preparation for our chat this evening that one of your projects was a reality TV show made in collaboration with big mouth productions that ran For four seasons, starting in 2014 called yard farmers. I mean, this is an example of a visionary moving into action. Talk to us about that. I would love to. Although I have to correct the record, because okay was a We tried to make it go. Okay. You know, I did a lot of reading on trying to do reality television and one of the lessons Even the biggest kind of producers and directors is that ah lot of its luck getting it produced on de especially on a topic like this. So what we did. We got further than I had expected truthfully, considering the topic. The topic was Not just yard firm, right? But I mean, everyone likes kind of local gardening and that kind of thing, But ultimately it was a little bit. Um Versus like. The idea was to bring millennials back home to live with their parents in often oversized from a global perspective, homes. You know, the average American household has 2400 square feet, and that's usually for two. Maybe three people on de so that's too much face for a family considering the ecological impact of that space, and there's large yards and most of the Yards faces just for long, which is actually the fourth largest crop by acreage in the United States. So how could we take all that unproductive space and start producing local food, which could help reduce the obesity epidemic, which could build local resilience as a global supply chains? Disrupted by different Challenges that we're facing on day actually create a non consumer livelihood half for those households, right? So I mean in the in the peasant era. People had multiple types of revenue stream, which was much more resilient. You know, not just going to not just having a trade but also growing some of their own food and all that, So it was an attempt to really move us away from the consumer era and make it And speaking of American language, Right, make it fun and sexy and have you know young young people from around the United States Come back home, and I have a great idea. Now I see why I thought you did it. You were writing from the future. Reading back, and I thought it was actually a true statement that these things that happened that but it's a brilliant idea on who knows? Maybe at some point, someone else will see the wisdom in it. Because, you know, forming communities. You point out And building resilience into the local economy. There's really nothing more important right now for any of us to be doing. I always say that you know to whomever's listening to focus on your local communities, economy networks and support systems because As you point out, the planet is changing fast and you write from a human perspective. Quote. You could even say the Earth is dying. But of course, switching to a hot state where the tropical forests and coral reefs disappear, etcetera, etcetera. But the truth is our our responsibility is to do as much we can to improve life on earth and to restore ecosystems and to live with the changes. We know that our upon a center prepare for them properly. When you launch this Effort at guy in ism and sort of the guy in philosophy. Health is about what your basic thought line is and what you hope to accomplish with this. I would love to and and just to give some perspective because it Zaveri different than the 18 years of researching that I was doing it at world much, but actually came the world Watch as a research in turn right out of college pretty much. After having studied psychology and religion and the director of research at the time, I wanted to understand the religious communities role in moving us toward a sustainable future. And he was focused more on the ancient traditions. Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, that kind of thing and You know, I got a chance to study that as you mentioned, sustainable community building. You know that localizing economy and all that and whatever I studied Was always too little too late, and I don't know if that's just because I'm writing. I was writing in two thousand's right. And it was actually Dana Meadows back in the 19 seventies. Yeah, who wrote about the limits to growth? And if we listened, her and other Luminaries back then or visionaries, Then we might have been able to get to a sustainable future without Terrible transition. That's going to happen in the process now because we've waited so late, but the environmental movement right now, someone once said. I think one Palmer when actually comparing it again to religion, he was made this point that Environmentalism is like Like religion or church Without the joy, the community the celebration all that it's just the guilt. You know the dark side, right? I mean, because we're so worried about the future that we forgot. Or didn't take the time to build community That's fine, that higher purpose and higher calling and the joy from serving that higher calling. So for me, this is kind of Inevitable process, right? I've written about the changes we need to make. I don't feel supported in that in a sense on. I want to build community around this because they were my grand purpose, or, you know all of ours, I would argue. Is Seo recognize that were part of a living earth. On and independent on it. And if we don't Story. I mean, take care of it. Yes, but really restored because we've done so much damage, then our future is already written, and it's not a good one. I think your perspective is a fascinating one because I think I have suffered from ecological depression, my entire life and truthfully because I started as an activist at age 14. Handing out flyers in southeast Baltimore for talk when acid rain being given by Ralph Nader. And I like you and many others in our audience. Who are those you know who listen online have spent a lifetime trying to remind people that the air we breathe shared air and we shouldn't be dumping oil in our waterways and destroying our land and You know, destroying our seed bank and etcetera, etcetera, And you're right. I think that there is, um Great deal of sadness about the state of affairs because so many of us were wide awake from the sixties until today and tried to convince the rest of the world wake up, you know, Stop what we're doing, and That was unsuccessful. And so now we have much younger people who will inherit such a difficult challenge. With an earth coming undone. You know what species Celery with species extinction, ours and theirs. And I think your perspective and Diane is, um, is such an important addition to make. Uh s o that there is some hope. Thank you. Man in your writing you feet more and more articles about ecological anxiety or were ecological depression as you called it? I mean, in fact, I mean some of the stories I mean, Greta turn, but she she kind of went through this..

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"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Link to her website and order her book on 21st Century radio. Facebook page. Have you ever considered a career in radio ad sales today? Radio Career opportunities include Internet streaming Web analysis, podcasting event and consumer sales, just to mention a few increase your confidence, knowledge and marketing sales with radio don't know anything about ad sales. No worries. If you've got the spark or a people person and have the desire to succeed in like this is the job for you. Send your resume today to business manager Wcbm calm Have you ever wanted to learn a new language like French Spanish, a Russian but thought it would be too difficult and time consuming. Then go to babble dot com and try it for free babble works because it's built around real life. It teaches you everyday practical conversations that you will actually use in 15 minutes a day, you'll be on your way to speaking in new language. In just a few weeks, Babble uses a modern conversation based technique that makes language engaging, fun and memorable. It starts by teaching you words and phrases, then sentence. This gradually get more complex. Soon. You're practicing short conversations about real life Topics. Battle is created by language experts who used the space repetition method to help you learn quickly and remember what you learned with Pavel. You can speak a new language babble. Language for life celebrating 10. Million subscriptions sold. Now try babble for free and babble dot com. Just go to babble dot com and start learning a new language. Today. That's babble.

"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You're listening to 21st century radio, Dr Bob Hieronymus. What a fantastic host years He's lively. His questing in oath story can be the shortest route between a human being in the truth. Listen to the show you her many stories and you might just wake up. The deepest story of your life and find the courage in the world. Follow that that will change everything. Well, the book they were talking about tonight changed everything for me. We'll talk a little bit about that later on our guest, of course, histories cross. Secrets of the Druids from Indo European origins to modern practices. Second edition. This one is revised edition of these sacred cauldron in our traditions. Find a link to her website and order her book form 21st Century Radio Facebook page and subscribe to our YouTube channel, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. Okay. Hi. Are you still there, dear? Oh, yeah. Okay. Commercials are commercials. There's nothing we can do about it. Um Did did the kilts and the East Indians have any contacts in prehistoric times? Nothing we know of, and You know why the time into European said, branched out geographically, all over Europe and all the way into Iran and India and into all the way to the Ural Mountains. God. What was now Russia, Um We No, the into Europeans branched off into many different People's as their languages. You know, hangs over the centuries s O. We have you know, for example, the vaulted people's will. It's a warning in sin Latvians and deal Prussians who were later German incised by the Germans, and then we had the Slavic people such as Russian and Polish and Ukrainian and so forth. And of course we had some languages die out like virgin. And Hillary and and so forth. They were into European On. I had a I like to give people list of the numbers one through 10 and then the European languages so they can hear how similar they sound from one language to the other. Would you do that for us? Yeah, for help it. Let's say we'll do. I IRA and Daughtry patter could shave shock. Huh? They a deck. Thank me, 10. We got a Latin. We get a little duel. Trace clock for Quinn. Poise takes said Come on cone on, Beth. Um No, it's a similar, Ari. Um As a drift. You go toe Gothic, a Germanic language. It died out. Uh, And Easter year from Crimea was the last place and they said all right. Why three US? Good war, then. Okay? Uh, Seven. After so nailed cavon. That that one through 10 and you notice some of similar is but even England? Yeah. And Sanskrit it second by science. Chuck got US puncher sauce, Satya. Nava Dasa. So, um, you know the similarity there? Um And then, of course, pronto under your pan itself. Let's say goes, I know, uh Uh, Duel. Okay. Okay. It's uh, quite borders on point. But Step through upto noon. Uh, death. Um No, no, no lurking and that Thank you very much from that. No similarities between those sounds. Yes, I did. I did. Of course, I've read your entire book, so I began to see some of those myself. You know, uh, one of the things that I think I've learned. There's so much I learned from you and I'd really do appreciate your scholarship. It really You know some of the books that I had read earlier concerning the Druids. They sounded really very nice, but I had some doubts about them. I remember a little bit too flowery in some areas, but what kind of deities did the Celtic peoples worship? Well, they will. Polly feels like most Pimples were in those days. They believed in many gods and goddesses, and they worship them with sacrifices and offerings. Uh, the couch weren't Didn't answer for more. Five there. Dear, is Aziz marches. Some of the other Europeans the dead. Then they crudely carved wood on Probably set up a few idols and Cem groves or name Aton. And The Greeks were really into anthropomorphizing there, there..

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"21st century" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"21st century" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Circles of influence like chiron was talking about the wealthiest people on the planet have the biggest net workers think of celebrity endorsements networks like television networks. It's also networking. They got me. Share this with the orders. Because they don't know this. But don i met the a network called link dean what now i didn't i didn't know don don did know me. I have over thirty thousand followers on linked in. But i also have a two point four million connections and i was one of those two point two point four million connect to the second level third level at the right time at the right place with the right solution. And we've been friends and business associates ever since a male. what she's saying is extremely powerful. Wha- for as people they don't understand like going back to that narrative you know years ago when the car i came out people had to literally stand in front of the car with a crank. The crank up for exactly you don't do that now. The people they think about networking and they think about what what what they did. Thirty forty years ago and it's just not the same anymore is so much easier you make a point you know. Most of us have rather large social media following thirty thousand but I've got thousands. And most people. I know have thousands of people. They've cultivated these social media. Connections were more active and involved. We're at the church. Were at the school were not just in their neighborhoods anymore. We've got friends that and the network is. I understand what you're saying isn't just your immediate circle of friends or influence. It's the friends and people that they're connected to as well right and and donald wants to jump in here but again. Yeah it's right. It's it's not the person that you know. It's not even the person that they know. It's the person next down the line that somebody else knows that she would never have had. You would've never had a relationship or even contact with this. It's almost like the the the kevin bacon scenario. Yes six degrees of separation if you really you you you you play this game and he..

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"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"21st century" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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