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Fresh update on "adolf" discussed on 1A

1A

00:41 min | 35 min ago

Fresh update on "adolf" discussed on 1A

"On the next closer look. Buckhead City supporters are pushing for state lawmakers to pass legislation next year. That would allow the residents to vote on whether or not to create a new city. We know that we will be feasible and a success as a city from a fiscal standpoint, also now a federal holiday. We'll examine the troops about Juneteenth and its historic context. Tomorrow at one here on 90.1 w A. B E h. The The greatest challenge of Judith Human's Life was not the fact that polio put her in a wheelchair when she was a toddler. The challenge was that the world outside her family's home was built as if people in wheelchairs did not exist. And if you're thinking that's not so true. Today, when public buildings have ramps and elevators and accessible restroom stalls, sidewalks have curb cuts and schools. Don't silo kids with disabilities into special classes if they're not intellectually disabled. You can be glad Judith Human never bought into the idea that disabled bodies were the problem from K E. R A in Dallas. This is think I'm Chris Boyd. Today. Human is an internationally recognized leader in the disability rights, independent living movement. He served in the Clinton and Obama administrations, was the World Bank's first advisor on disability and development and was featured in the Netflix documentary Crypt Camp. A disability revolution, she wrote A memoir last year called Being Human, and is now out with a version for young readers written with Kristen Joiner called Rolling Warrior, The Incredible, sometimes awkward true story of a rebel girl on wheels who helped spark a revolution. Judy. Welcome to think nice to be with you, Chris. So your entire life you've encountered strangers who seemed to assume your life is a tragedy because your body doesn't work the same way as other people's. It sounds like it never occurred to you to feel that way. Mhm. I think I recognized um Well, it was ups and downs. So before I was eight years old, I didn't really feel very different from my brothers to our family members. I knew that I was doing things somewhat differently. Um, But when I was about eight years old was when a boy came up to me and asked me if I was sick. And so really, it was at that point in my life where I didn't know other disabled individuals that people in some cases looked at me as being sick and, of course, When one is perceived of as being sick. That means you're not well, you needed to smell help. You can't do the same things as other people could do. And that interaction with this young boy was very disturbing. And as I say in the book Um it really quickly, however, then made me begin to realize why certain things were happening because at that point I had polio 1949. And there were no laws on the books that, for example, prevented Discrimination in the area of education for disabled Children. So when my mother took me to school when I was five and pulled my wheel trap the steps of the school My parents not expecting anything from the school except to teach me the principal felt. Uh, he was completely within his jurisdiction to say no, I couldn't go to that school because I was a fire hazard a fire hazard. Fire hazard and that's something When you talk to some other disabled people of my age group, you'll hear that phrase being is in various ways. And then I had no education in kindergarten. And I had a teacher who came to my house for 2.5 hours a week. For the 1st 2nd 3rd and half of the fourth grade. That was a teacher from the New York City Board of Education. But you know, as I was getting older, I was beginning to really recognize that I was in no way, shape or form. Getting the same education as my brother's family members or cousins and our neighbors. And began to start thinking about why was that? So? I think, um, watching my parents also. Advocate on my behalf for learning how to advocate on my behalf because they were also immigrants. Where German Jews and my mom and dad were sent out of Germany when they were teenagers and You know, it was learned as you were going and one of the things they really had to learn was Whether or not they would accept what society was dishing out which they clearly were not ready to do. And so they needed to learn how to be advocates, which really was Great for me to see them being strong advocates. At one point, your parents decided to try a local private school and the school said, sure we'll take her. She just has to learn Hebrew first, but it sounds like they were not expecting you to call their bluff. Yeah, my mother. You know, my mother was, um Completely. Believing after I was denied, um, the right to go to public school. Then my parents thought about actually saying, my going to a Jewish Day school and there was a Jewish Day school that apparently was Reasonably accessible and When my mom You know, spoke to the principal. I was going. I was going to go into the first grade and he said I didn't know on a Hebrew And my physical therapist. His wife was from Israel. And so I remember being taken over to their apartment. Many times a week to learn Hebrew. And as the summer was drawing to a close, and my mother called the principal of the school and said, You know, I knew enough Hebrew. Of course, that was a joke, because I probably knew more Hebrew than most of the kids because I was getting tutors so many days and then he said, Oh, no, it wouldn't work out, so I think that was Had another eye opening events that allowed my parents to see that people are not always putting forth challenges. That they really wanted you to achieve, but rather they were putting, you know, um, roadblocks in the way that they never expected you to try to get around or get over. But that wasn't my parents were You know, it was kind of we grew up in a family where No, it's not something that you likely accept it. It was not lost on you or your parents that if you had been born a decade earlier, and they hadn't left Germany There's no way you would have survived. Yeah, I think that's very true. That Holocaust under Adolf Hitler. The first people.

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Fresh update on "adolf" discussed on Think

Think

00:33 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "adolf" discussed on Think

"The greatest challenge of Judith Human's Life was not the fact that polio put her in a wheelchair when she was a toddler. The challenge was that the world outside her family's home was built as if people in wheelchairs did not exist. And if you're thinking that's not so true. Today, when public buildings have ramps and elevators and accessible restroom stalls, sidewalks have curb cuts and schools. Don't silo kids with disabilities into special classes if they're not intellectually disabled. You can be glad Judith Human never bought into the idea that disabled bodies were the problem. From Chiara in Dallas. This is think I'm Chris Boyd. Today. Human is an internationally recognized leader in the disability rights independent living movement. She served in the Clinton and Obama administrations, was the World Bank's first advisor on disability and development and was featured in the Netflix documentary Crypt Camp, a disability revolution. She wrote A memoir last year called Being Human, and is now out with a version for young readers written with Kristen Joiner called Rolling Warrior, The incredible, sometimes awkward true story of a rebel girl on wheels who helped spark a revolution. Judy. Welcome to thank Nice to be with you, Chris. So your entire life you've encountered strangers who seem to assume your life as a tragedy because your body doesn't work the same way as other people's. It sounds like it never occurred to you to feel that way. I think I recognized um Well, it was ups and downs. So before I was eight years old, I didn't really feel very different from my brothers to our family members. I knew that I was doing things somewhat differently. But when I went to about eight years old was when a boy came up to me and asked me if I was sick. So really, it was at that point in my life where I didn't know either disabled individuals that people in some cases looked at me as being sick and, of course, When one is perceived of as being sick. That means you're not well, you needed to smell help. You can't do the same things as other people could do. And that interaction with this young boy was very disturbing. And as I say in the book Um, it realistically, however, then made me begin to realize why certain things were happening. Because at that point I had polio in 1949. And there were no laws on the books that, for example, prevented Discrimination in the area of education for disabled Children. So when my mother took me to school when I was five and pulled my wheel trap the steps of the school My parents not expecting anything from the school accepted. Teach me the principal felt Uh, he was completely within his jurisdiction to say no, I couldn't go to that school because I was a fire hazard a fire hazard. Fire hazard and that's something When you talk to some other disabled people of my age group, you'll hear that phrase being is in various ways. And then I had no education in kindergarten. And I had a teacher who came to my house where 2.5 hours a week. The 1st 2nd 3rd and half of the fourth grade. That was a teacher from the New York City Board of Education. But you know, as I was getting older, I was beginning to really recognize that I was in no way, shape or form. Getting the same education as my brother's family members or cousins and our neighbors. And began to start thinking about why was that so? I think, um, watching my parents also Advocate on my behalf for learning how to advocate on my behalf because they were also immigrants. Hi, where German Jews and my mom and dad were sent out of Germany when they were teenagers and You know, it was learned as you were going and one of the things they really had to learn was Whether or not they would accept what society was dishing out which they clearly were not ready to do. And so they needed to learn how to be advocates. Uh which really was Great for me to see them being strong advocates. At one point, your parents decided to try a local private school and the school said, Sure we'll take her. She just has to learn Hebrew first, but it sounds like they were not expecting you to call their bluff. Yeah, my mother. You know, my mother was, um Completely. Believing after I was denied, um, the right to go to public school. Then my parents thought about actually saying, my going to a Jewish Day school and there was a Jewish Day school that apparently was Reasonably accessible and When my mom You know, spoke to the principal. Was going. I was going to go into the first grade and he said I didn't know on a Hebrew And my physical therapist. His wife was from Israel. And so I remember being taken over to their apartment. Many times a week to learn Hebrew. And as the summer was drawing to a close And my mother called the principal of the school and said, You know, I knew enough Hebrew. And of course, that was a joke, because I probably knew more Hebrew than most of the kids because I was getting shooters so many days. And then he said, Oh, no, it wouldn't work out, so I think that was Had another eye opening events that allowed my parents to see that People are not always putting forth challenges that they really wanted you to achieve. But rather they were putting, you know, um Roadblocks in the way that they never expected you to try to get around or get over. But that wasn't my parents were you know it was kind of we grew up in a family. Where? Where? No, it's not something that you likely accepted. It was not lost on you or your parents that if you had been born a decade earlier, and they hadn't left Germany There's no way you would have survived. Yeah, I think that's very true. That Holocaust under Adolf Hitler. The first people that were murdered were disabled people and I think without People just didn't think That disabled people's lives where a value and I think that's still true to a degree today that some people feel that way. On the other hand, I.

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Fresh update on "adolf" discussed on Jeff Wagner

Jeff Wagner

00:39 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "adolf" discussed on Jeff Wagner

"It's the fact that that somebody Thought that this was appropriate to put in the yearbook and me that's on the kid. It's not on necessarily the editors and, yeah, I'm sure the editors are just looking at this, my guess it's kids that were editing the thing. Or maybe a faculty advisor who just you know, you just kind of reading the stuff. And and maybe for kids, maybe for a lot of kids. And you know what mind confidence. I mean, I don't I don't know that that's necessarily taught anymore in high schools and stuff like that certainly wasn't required reading. Thank God back, you know when I was in high school or stuff, and it's just so I mean, it's entirely possible that if it's like student editors or whatever they don't even know what mind Comp is, They're not going to take it out or they're not going to excise it. But do we need to protect the kid from himself? Um Jeff, How long does it take to read every several single word printed in a high school yearbook 10 minutes. I'm more concerned about the fact that nobody in the high school staff proof read into the yearbook. I guess it's C. I would guess it's it's more of a project than that. And it just my sense is it probably just didn't register. Um, Jeff, I'm more stuck with the cancel culture part of this stuff. This So the book can't be stated as his favorite. What other ones cannot be well. I'm less concerned about that. This is clearly This is clearly I think an inappropriate sort of thing. I guess that's the other aspect of this. I mean, if if mine camp really is his favorite book, You know if that's really true, you know, should he be able to express that? My guess is it's probably not. My guess is at least my hope is he thought he was being clever. And this is just a really bad joke, as opposed to. This is a guy who is, in fact, a disciple of the teachings of Adolf Hitler, in which case there's all sorts of other issues as Well, um you have let him suffer the consequences. Toxicity has become trendy and there are very few ways to combat it. Having social consequence for anti social behavior is in fact, a good step forward, Jeff. I would reprint all the yearbooks and hold the young man accountable. I'm not sure exactly how you do that. I mean, I I just I mean, I understand that's the thing. Well, we're going to reprint them and we're going to charge your parents or you $10,000 or whatever it costs and they say, I'm not going to pay this. I mean, it's you asked a question. I answered it. You didn't edit it out. Why should I have to pay? I'm Jeff. The school should have left the life lesson consequence in place for the student. The shul schools should be spending their efforts on questioning the yearbook adviser and their editors, Um what's the real status of the editing? Process. Jeff don't cancel the original book or cancel free speech. People say and do stupid things all the time. I think we could live with this yearbook. Jeff, I think they should just let it go. Maybe it is his favorite book, and it sounds like an autobiography and a part of history. I? Well, I I would hope his favorite book. It is not my income by Adolf Hitler because, like I said before, if that's really the case, there's much bigger issues than whether that this kid's got a lot more going on in his life. Then you know, being identified is that you know, in in the yearbook, Okay, taking a quick break. Lots more coming up. Don't go anywhere. Talk..

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Fresh "Adolf" from Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

00:34 sec | 15 hrs ago

Fresh "Adolf" from Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

"805 2 to 4700. What a morning if not picture, Perfect, almost and pretty close to it. Very pleasant Temperatures with low two points mostly Senate later, just as Nice high 79 tonight Clear City 61 Cooler suburbs. Clouds increase tomorrow Warmer 84 Maybe a few showers. Thunderstorms Saturday, but sunshine returns on Sunday highs over the weekend close to 85 currently 60 degrees at W. O. R. And word that the Fed is considering interest rate hikes. Has Wall Street lower again this morning, Down futures down 66 points. NASDAQ Down 55 the S and P is down. 11 Adolf fives our time right now, That's the news. Next.

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Germany Commemorates Icon of Resistance to Nazism

AP News Radio

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Germany Commemorates Icon of Resistance to Nazism

"Germany is commemorating the hundredth birthday of Sophie Scholl a young woman who became an icon for her role in the anti fascist White Rose resistance group show on all the group members were arrested in nineteen forty three off to scattering leaflets critical of Adolf Hitler's regime and the wall from a balcony at the university of Munich she and her brother Heinz well executed four days later after refusing to apologize the group's story including the shoals siblings gradual awareness and then rejection of the horrors of national socialist ideology and militarism has become a staple of history lessons in German schools is being vaguely dramatizing films plays and even an Instagram account I'm Charles the past month

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Holocaust Survivor Who Testified Against Eichmann Dies at 91

Buck Sexton

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Holocaust Survivor Who Testified Against Eichmann Dies at 91

"Holocaust survivor who testified at Nazi commander at off Eifman's trial has died. Joseph Solman claimant Holocaust survivor who testified against Adolf Eichmann at the Nazi commanders trial, died Tuesday. According to Israeli media. He was 91 Kleinman was one of fewer than 180,000 Holocaust survivors remaining in Israel. Born in Slovakia in January, 1930 Kleinman and his family were deported by Nazi Germany to the camp in Auschwitz Birkenau in 1944, his father, mother and sister. Were killed it outfits. After the war, Kleinman emigrated to Israel. Eichmann, one of the architects of the Holocaust, was captured by Israeli Mossad agents in Argentina. In 1960 put on trial in Jerusalem in 1961 Eichmann was found guilty of crimes against humanity, crimes against the Jewish people and war crimes and executed the following year.

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Holocaust Survivor Who Testified Against Eichmann Dies at 91

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Holocaust Survivor Who Testified Against Eichmann Dies at 91

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a Holocaust survivor who testified at **** commander in elf Eichmann's trial has died Joseph Zalman Kleinman Holocaust survivor who testified against Adolf Eichmann at the **** commanders trial died Tuesday according to Israeli media he was ninety one Kleinman was one of fewer than one hundred eighty thousand Holocaust survivors remaining in Israel born in Slovakia in January nineteen thirty Cliven and his family were deported by **** Germany to the camp at Auschwitz Birkenau in nineteen forty four his father mother and sister were killed at Auschwitz after the war Kleinman emigrated to Israel I commend one of the architects of the Holocaust was captured by Israeli Mossad agents in Argentina in nineteen sixty put on trial in Jerusalem in nineteen sixty one Aikman was found guilty of crimes against humanity crimes against the Jewish people and war crimes and executed the following year hi Mike Rossio

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Berlin-Tel Aviv 2036 Olympics Would Be ‘a Mark of Reconciliation’

The Promised Podcast

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Berlin-Tel Aviv 2036 Olympics Would Be ‘a Mark of Reconciliation’

"Come to the promised. Podcast brought to you on t. Lv one the voice of the city. That was just proposed as a possible venue for the twenty thirty six olympics which will be the thirty sixth modern olympics now that the international olympic committee just decided that the thirty fifth olympiad in twenty thirty two will be in brisbane australia. The twenty thirty six games are now for bid. The proposal was floated. in last. week's berliner morgenpost in a column written by franck koale ski a lead organizer of the two thousand and eighteen european track and field championships in berlin and ricard ming. The president of the german olympic association. The two men began by observing. What maybe obvious that berlin could not host the twenty thirty six games because berlin hosted the nineteen thirty six weeks which were by then german. Chancellor adolf hitler and held in stadiums festooned with swastikas. You may remember. There was some unpleasantness back. Then so berlin is out or is it. Kurowski wrote quote so why not send a completely new strong signal of peace and reconciliation in twenty thirty six a signal that does not hide from history but takes up the responsibility that comes from it. It would be such a signal. If and israel apply together more precisely berlin and tel aviv with the sailing and surfing competitions on the eastern mediterranean but also with other sports such as beach volleyball in israel's lively metropolis as a clear signal of how responsibility arises from

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Israel Independence War Era Weapons Cache Discovered in Tel Aviv

The Promised Podcast

02:35 min | 2 months ago

Israel Independence War Era Weapons Cache Discovered in Tel Aviv

"The day before yesterday as we record a gardener found underneath a bush at number twenty two cream as street a cache of world war two vintage bullets artillery shells and grenades which ordinance was stowed under a bush three quarters of a century ago by members of the haganah jewish militia to keep british soldiers and centuries from finding it such a hiding place for weapons was called a sleek from the hebrew root some lama couth to make rid of and in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s there were hundreds of maybe thousands all around the country though most of them were dismantled as soon as the brits left palestinian nineteen forty eight. But you know how it is. You put your grenades and your artillery shells in your bulletin a whole under bush in your yard and then you get busy ensure the brits go home but you tell yourself you'll empty the gun whole tomorrow and if it's not one thing it's another before you know it seventy odd years of pass that is just life in the big city so this week. The police bomb squad piloted remote control. Sapper robots under the tree and they exploded some of the grenades shells and bullets. And they neutralize the rest and sent them to the tel aviv. Forensics lab for further investigation. And for those of you wondering and who isn't wondering isaac jacob adolf. Crimea was the french jewish attorney who in eighteen. Forty along with sir. Moses montefiore made the trip to alexandria egypt to plead before Dive mohammed ali for the release of jews arrested in damascus blood. Libel that rocked the jewish world that year and crimea and montefiore secured freedom for nine of the thirteen syrian. Jews accused of killing christians for their blood. The other four having already died while being tortured after that chromium became minister of justice of france under the second republic in eighteen forty eight and he later founded the 'alliance eastern elite universal in paris in eighteen. Sixty one gathers that isaac jacob adolf creamier would probably not himself have hidden guns in tel aviv in nineteen forty eight but he probably would have understood the sentiment and arguably nothing captures the haphazard semi history city of this forever new and yet never really new city. We love so al tel aviv. Alto better than a gardener. Finding an old bag of old bullets and such tucked under a shrub to shield it from the prying eyes of the brits on a street named for a man who one hundred years before that sailed with an english financier to alexandria a city. Just four hundred fifty kilometers. Southwest of tel-aviv. In order to gain the release of wrongly residues in damascus a city just two hundred kilometers northeast of tel

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"adolf" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

05:03 min | 2 months ago

"adolf" Discussed on Real Dictators

"Looking back it can be easy to assume that adolf hitler simply a product of his environment. Conspiracy theories are in currency especially in the army and they find their way to him but there are all sorts of extreme ideas in the air in munich at this time many of them. Contradictory hitler has smorgasbord of bigotry. To choose from as he sits about his work army propagandist he selects ideas that appealed to him. He begins to assemble them into his own personal brand and he has turning to radical right wing ideas that are in the air and munich to arrange.

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"adolf" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

03:26 min | 2 months ago

"adolf" Discussed on Real Dictators

"It's november the eleventh nineteen eighteen. A young soldier called adolf. Hitler is confined to a military hospital in passive oak northern germany. He was recently the victim of a mustard gas attack. The gas seem to have seriously damaged his eyesight but on closer inspection the medics of reached rather different conclusion. This patient's wounds are more likely psychological rather than physical hitler as finally been broken by the war as so many soldiers have been. The last four years have finally come home to roost. The trauma has robbed him at least temporarily of his vision as he lies in his hospital. Bed one chapter of hitler's life is drawing to a close but a brand new chapter is about to begin. My name is paul mcgann and welcome to real dictators the series that explores the hidden lives at tyrants in this episode. We return to adolf hitler's early years. How did this man emerged from obscurity to become the very embodiment of evil. Let's find out in the puzzle. Hospital priests often slip in and out of the woods as they administer the last rites to the dying soldiers or impart the christian. Good news to grateful survivors. But today on eleven november nineteen eighteen. The news they concerns military not spiritual matters. The first world war has ended. That's it no more fighting. It's technically an armistice. Germany has signed a ceasefire agreement with the allies. But it will become clear in time that this is really a surrender. Kaiser wilhelm the german emperor has abdicated. He's left berlin and fled to the netherlands. Where he'll die in exile throughout the war. German propaganda is giving a false impression of the military situation. Emphasizing germany's gains. Downplaying the losses. Many germans have a false impression of how well the war has going. Professor claudia coons explains. We knew that morale was very low but no allied soldier had set foot on german territory and german wartime propaganda was enormously powerful so that even though germans understood that their lives were very very difficult they still believe in the cause of victory the russians had surrendered the entire eastern front collapsed. It looked as if germany was ahead but for those in positions of military command with access to the intelligence that foam strategic decisions. The end of hostilities comes as little surprise. Talk chris dylan. From king's college. London is an expert on the history of modern germany. The german surrender wasn't at all surprising for anyone who was informed about the military as rhodesia situation which was hopeless by early september nineteen because of the position on the buchen front but also on the western front where american soldiers really.

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The Formation of the Nazi Party

Let's Start A Cult

01:08 min | 3 months ago

The Formation of the Nazi Party

"When the nazi party was founded in one thousand nine hundred twenty the world side of germany was increasingly moving toward socialism and communism only three years before the imperial romanov dynasty had of russia had been overthrown i by the provisional government and then by the bolshevik party which was led by vladimir lenin these events would pave the way for the creation of the soviet union in one thousand nine hundred twenty two so a little bit of that bonus little bit of the soviet union in this episode throughout the early nineteen twenties the ideologies of the soviet union slowly spread across the region including its neighbouring mongolia. Communism was also becoming quite popular in the european continent with a number of uprisings in germany. One of them managed to form the bavarian soviet republic in one thousand nine hundred nineteen although this was short lived. Thanks to the country's parliamentary forces. This was the climate that the nazi party found itself in when it was created only year after the bavarian soviet republic was decimated it initially targeted the german working class attempting to draw them away from communism and socialism towards antisemitic and anti marxist

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Brian Regan: Reading is Hard

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

03:42 min | 4 months ago

Brian Regan: Reading is Hard

"At the breakfast table this morning and i read in the newspaper that more and more adults a living at home with their parents surprised me. I was like my view supplies. I call fruit loops oliver. My camera. haphazardly. Joking my mom. Read that for me sounded sounded out more do. I don't like reading the newspaper because first of all hard also they never wrap up a story on the front page. And i've never curious enough to go inside to find out how anything iran's and after a nine year trial the jury finally came in with the verdict of continued on page twenty two columns sake i guess i'll never know if these people i wanna learn. I want to be learner of things. You want me to know what's going on. You put a picture of it on the front page readings heart you ever tried and my i read good good but i hate when you're trying to read something you come across the expression one thing led to another what in the hell kinda lazy writing is at. Isn't that your job as the writer to tell me how this led to that you can just throw that in there. Adolf hitler was rejected as a young man. His application to art school one thing led to another and the united states dropped two atomic bombs on the sovereign nation of japan. It's hard to read. I hate when a sentence drags on because my brain can handle a long sentence. The corporation had originally decided that a restructuring of its charter should be preceded by a preliminary. What in the hell is going. Okay here we go. The corporation okay. The corporation put smokestacks on that had originally okay. This thing had before when a move that to the past. And that's a time line smokestacks. They're not even here yet. That's a common. The corporation had originally decided. We are pulling people in the window making decision. I read in the library. What are you doing fine. Reid wasn't. I'm trying to learn how to read better. You know. I took a speed reading. Course and not to brag but my speed shot up to forty three pages a minute but my comprehension plummeted

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Illinois GOP Rep. Mary Miller apologizes for her remarks praising Hitler at pro-Trump rally

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

Illinois GOP Rep. Mary Miller apologizes for her remarks praising Hitler at pro-Trump rally

"Today for remarks about Adolf Hitler that she made it a pro Trump rally in Washington on Tuesday. At the rally outside the capital. She said Hitler was right that whoever has the youth has the future. Her comments led to the creation of a change dot org's petition seeking her resignation, which had more than 8500 signatures. As of this morning, the Chicago Teachers Union holding a press conference this

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'Hitler was right on one thing': Mary Miller criticized for invoking Adolph Hitler

Pacifica Evening News

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

'Hitler was right on one thing': Mary Miller criticized for invoking Adolph Hitler

"A Republican Congress woman sworn into office last weekend drew swift criticism from fellow Republicans for quoting Adolf Hitler. In a speech this week outside the capital, Mary Miller was elected in November to replace Republican jump Shimkus. She spoke during an event by the group Moms for America as demonstrations in support of President Trump began in Washington, D. C. Miller read from prepared remarks, urging the need to appeal to young people and politics, Miller said quote Hitler was right on one thing, he said. Whoever has the youth has the future. Illinois Republicans, including Adam Kinzinger and the state Republican chairman, condemned the comments. Illinois's governor J. B. Pritzker, who's a Democrat and Jewish, called the remarks unfathomable.

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Days after she was sworn in, Illinois U.S. Rep. Mary Miller facing criticism for invoking Adolf Hitler during speech

WGN Programming

01:01 min | 5 months ago

Days after she was sworn in, Illinois U.S. Rep. Mary Miller facing criticism for invoking Adolf Hitler during speech

"Was watching debate at the U. S. House office building. When protesters breached Hey blames comments made by President Trump Rally earlier today for stirring up the protesters. A question um or these also criticizing as shameful the invocation of Adolf Hitler today during a speech by newly sworn in representative Mary Miller Republican for Illinois 15th district that, you know, blatant played anti cynicism on bond. That's disgraceful, and it's a vile comments and personal more. They joined WGN Steve Bertrand on Chicago's afternoon news. Here's Miller's Hitler comment to Trump supporters today in Washington unless we win the hearts Minds of our Children. This is the battle here where was right On one thing, he said. Whoever has youth has the future. Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker has condemned Miller's comment. He describes it. As reprehensible rhetoric. As for Chicago City officials say they're monitoring the

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Hitler speeches sell at Munich auction despite objections

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

Hitler speeches sell at Munich auction despite objections

"I'm not sure in Germany has just completed a controversial sale of **** memorabilia come with me the speech notes by **** dictator Adolf Hitler have sold at auction in Munich despite concerns from Jewish groups they could encourage neo **** the Hermann historica auction house defended the sale of the manuscripts old dated before the outbreak of World War two saying they will all historical significance and belong preserved in a museum they sold to anonymous bidders for well over that starting prices I'm Charles the live as my

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Self-identified neo-Nazi pleads guilty in plot to bomb Colorado synagogue

Broncos Country Tonight

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Self-identified neo-Nazi pleads guilty in plot to bomb Colorado synagogue

"To blow up a synagogue has pleaded guilty. Richard hold sir, and his plea agreement admits he plotted to destroy a historic temple in Pueblo last year before the FBI foiled his plan. Federal prosecutors say holder is a self described neo Nazi and used social media to promote white supremacist ideology and violence. The 28 year old visited the temple to scope out his target and reportedly told undercover agents he wanted to send the message that Jews were not welcome in Pueblo, and they should leave or they will die Holders mission fell apart when he met with the agents on November 1st to finalize the plan. He showed up with a copy of Adolf Hitler's book Mine. Come, They showed up with fake explosives and handcuffs. Steve Rappaport Fox News, The former Navy seal who

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Swastika, New York, Is Keeping Its Name

Morning Edition

03:22 min | 9 months ago

Swastika, New York, Is Keeping Its Name

"There's a debate in this country over symbols and statues and place names that are tied toe white supremacy. So what to do about a small community in rural northern New York? Called swastika. This summer visitor proposed just changing the name, but local officials opposed the idea. Julia Richie from North Country Public Radio explains why Michael Al Kamo lives in New York City but loves visiting the Adirondack Mountains and upstate New York to cycle through its tiny towns and Hamlets and past historical cemeteries. He was on a trip like this winding through a remote stretch this summer when he noticed something else. Suddenly I came to a town called Watch. The Hamlets name was printed on a small brown street sign. He says he found the name jarring and disrespectful to Veterans of World War two, some of whom are buried in graves nearby, So I think it should be obvious that the town Should update its name and should pick a name that is not so offensive to so many Americans and so emblematic of intolerance, hate and tyranny. So al Comer reached out to county officials in August to see if they would consider it. He was soon directed to email the town of Black Brooke. Which has jurisdiction over swastika. The town agreed to add it to the agenda for their September meeting. And after about five minutes of discussion, the town's for counselors unanimously voted against it. So basically Was named by the founders of the area that settled there. That's black Brooke Supervisor John Douglas, who was at the meeting but didn't have a vote. None of the counsellors returned to request for comment. Douglas Saysthe Hamlets named far predates World War two and came from the Sanskrit word meaning well being the foresighted geometric character that represents the swastika has been used for thousands of years in Indian religions and seen as a symbol of good luck. Of course, That meeting was overshadowed beginning in the 19 thirties with the rise of Adolf Hitler, who co opted the swastika as a symbol for Nazism and anti Semitism. Douglas says. This is not the first time the Hamlets name has been scrutinized. There was concern that due to the Germans that everything that people may I have a different outlook on the name and some of the residents that were from that area actually fought or two and refused to change the name just because Hitler tried to tarnish the meaning of swastika. Douglas says the council didn't see a reason to change the name despite its widespread use as a symbol of hate and white supremacy today, I think that probably Maybe some viewpoint that it's associated with a butt that I believe there's others that do not associate it with. Hey, did the Hindus in the booth and All them today erase it from their religious history because of the Germans, Al Kamo. The cyclists who submitted the request was disappointed by the town's reaction. I didn't expect a quick, apparently quick, unanimous vote to reject the proposal. Social media response to the decision has been murkier, with some locals of the region bristling on Facebook at an outsider from New York City trying to meddle in rural affairs. But Malcolm Oh says he simply wants more people to see the Adirondacks for its natural beauty and deep history history, he says, at odds with the meaning of swastika today

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DeSean Jackson apologizes after posting fake Hitler quotes

WBZ Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

DeSean Jackson apologizes after posting fake Hitler quotes

"Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver dish on Jackson has apologized for posting several fake Adolf Hitler. Quotes to Instagram Post was definitely not intended. Anybody of any race to any away, especially the team issued a statement saying they're disappointed with Jackson and have talked to him about a social media post. The NFL released a statement saying they're in contact with the team, which is quote addressing

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Paul's Religion

5 Minutes in Church History

04:25 min | 1 year ago

Paul's Religion

"Welcome back to another five minutes in Church history for this episode. I am sitting here with a book in my hand. It is J. Gresham Megan's the origin of Paul's religion. It was first published in nineteen twenty one and that was when it was copyrighted. And this edition. Looks like it's from nineteen twenty five and autographed. It says with warm regards. Day Gresham Megyn October. Six Nine thousand nine hundred twenty seven. He gave it to George Fisher and George Fisher. Meticulously underlined and put in margin notes throughout this whole book. Sometimes you find books with notes and they stop after the first chapter to these notes. Go all the way through. Well that's the particular book but let's talk about this book Paul's religion. This book originated in lectures. In fact. There's a page here at the beginning that says the James Sprint lectures in nineteen eleven Mr James Sprint of Wilmington North Carolina gave to the Trustees of union theological seminary in Virginia. The some of thirty thousand dollars since increased by his generosity to fifty thousand dollars and it goes on to say that the purpose of that money was to set up a lectureship and in nineteen twenty two twenty one the lectures the sprint lectures were given by the Reverend. Dr John Grissom the year before the lectures were given by G Campbell. Morgan from London. The Great London pastor and the year after making the lectures were given by none other than the honorable William Jennings Bryan the nineteen twenty one thousand nine hundred ninety two lectures just three years before Brian would get into that courtroom in Dayton Tennessee. Well let's talk about mentions sprint lectures. He gave it the title the origin of Paul's religion there were actually three views floating around testament scholarship of the origin of Christianity. You see these New Testament scholars. German English turn of the nineteenth into the twentieth century. Made a distinction between the Jesus of the Gospels and the religion of Paul and they saw Jesus as one who talked about behavior ethics and made religion essentially how we live. Paul's the great systematize her and turned all of those systems of behavior into belief codes that you had to believe. And so that was the argument there was the Jesus of the Gospels the religion of Paul. And so where did? Paul's religion come from while German scholar Adolf von Harnack argued. That Paul was not a foundation not building on a foundation of the Gospels but was his own sort of mix off of the gospels. Harnack did not like Paul. He didn't like John Either. He only liked this synoptic gospels and then not even all of them and he certainly didn't like things like the Apostles Creed Harnack said Paul Deified Christ and turned him into somebody that Christ never claimed to be. There was also the German scholar of Rada and he said that Paul founded the Christian religion on certain Jewish elements from the enter testament period. But certainly not from Jesus and then there was another scholar boo set. And he said Oh wasn't founded on Judaism at all. Paul founded his religion on the Greek Pagan religions. Well Megan did not agree with that at all. An in this very scholarly book which was about three hundred pages when it was done. Amazing wanted it to be five hundred pages but the publisher said No. That's too much But in this very scholarly book Mason makes the case that the origin of Paul's religion is from Jesus himself the very end. This is what made us Paulin. Ism was not a philosophy. It was not a set of directions for escape from the misery of the world was not an account of what had always been true on the contrary it was an account of something that had happened and what had happened was the death and resurrection of Jesus. Megan says this he loved me and gave himself for me. There lies the basis of the religion of Paul. There lies the basis of all of Christianity. Well that's Mason on Paul's religion and I'm Steven. Thanks for joining us for five minutes in Church history

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84-year-old alligator rumored to belong to Adolf Hitler dies in Moscow Zoo

Sean Hannity

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

84-year-old alligator rumored to belong to Adolf Hitler dies in Moscow Zoo

"The foreign debt eighty four year old alligator that was rumored to belong to Adolf Hitler has died at the Moscow zoo zoo officials absolved Saturn the alligator of any political

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Alligator rumored to have been Hitler's dies in Moscow

Orlando's Morning News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Alligator rumored to have been Hitler's dies in Moscow

"One alligator that many people believe once belonged to Adolf Hitler has died at the Moscow zoo the zoo said the alligator was about eighty four years old when he died on Friday its name was Saturday the zoo says Saddam was born in the U. S. and later sent to the Berlin zoo he later escaped when the zoo was bombed in nineteen forty three his whereabouts were unknown until three years later in nineteen forty six when British soldiers found him and gave him to the Soviet Union is it okay to be a fan of that Gator I mean if you survive a bombing and then you live into your eighties in your Gator I think that's an accomplishment you know it's an innocent animal I mean come complicit in any of this right just being a Gator right he didn't want to be Hitler's Hitler's Gator Gator you you just just want want to to be be a a catering catering live live long long time time we we should should put put up up a a plaque plaque for for him him over over lake lake Jesup Jesup why why because because there's there's thirteen thirteen thousand thousand other other Gators Gators lake lake Jesup Jesup that's that's why why

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Alligator Rumored To Have Been Hitler’s Dies in Moscow

Jay Talking

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Alligator Rumored To Have Been Hitler’s Dies in Moscow

"An alligator rumored to have belonged to Adolf Hitler has died in Moscow Saturn was eighty four years old when he died at the Moscow zoo on Friday but the legend of the alligators past is still very much alive among Russians the reptiles said by the zoo to have been born in the United States and said to the Berlin zoo from which he escaped when the city was bombed in nineteen forty three Saturn turning up after the war founded nineteen forty six by British soldiers and given to the Soviet Union were a myth was born but the Gator was in the private election of Adolf Hitler zero giving the past alligator of past noting of animals it's absurd to blame them for humans

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"adolf" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"adolf" Discussed on Dictators

"Rather than facing Britain head. On Hitler turned his attention. To the Soviet Union he believed that a radical the Russians would create a domino effect ultimately isolating the British with the Soviets defeated. Japan would face no competition for Southeast Asian resources the Japanese could then focus on their long simmering tensions with the United States in turn the. Us would be too tied up in the Pacific and unable to enter the European conflict. Therefore Britain would be left on their own and they'd be powerless to resist the overwhelming. Might of Hitler's forces. There was just one problem with Hitler. Strategy Stalin was his ally in order to publicly justify unprovoked attack on the USSR. He would have to mobilize the full force of the German propaganda machine. Hitler revived his vitriolic language against what he called Jewish Bolshevism the way Hitler portrayed it communists and Jews were literal plague on society the only way to create a prosperous Aryan community was to remove them from the planet altogether with public opinion firmly in his favor. Hitler ordered his generals to begin planning the attack on the Soviets known as Operation Barbarossa beginning on June twenty second nineteen forty one barbarossa initially seemed like it would follow the same patterns. Hitler's invasion of Poland and France on July third German general France halder remarked. It is no overstatement to say that the Russian campaign has been one in the space of two weeks but how older just like his fuhrer vastly underestimated his enemy. Although the Soviet army was under equipped and poorly led Stalin had virtually limitless reserves of men every time the Germans made an advance a fresh batch of Russian soldiers. Was there to meet them. Because of this numerical superiority Hitler's forces were unable to achieve the quick victory. He had envisioned instead. He was faced with the daunting task of continuing the fight. Throughout the Russian winter the prolonged war had an indirect effect when it came to Hitler's opinion on the so-called Jewish question his preferred method for expelling Jewish people from Europe was forced resettlement not systematic genocide. But in order to do that he needed somewhere to send them somewhere. His Aryan master race would never deign to live. In Hitler's mind that place was somewhere in the vast reaches of Russia but Operation Barbarossa hold up threw a wrench into that plan for the moment. Many Jewish Germans and prisoners of war were being held in concentration camps and ghettos in captured Polish territory however the Nazi officials overseeing that territory didn't want to be responsible for them rather than waiting to send their Jewish prisoners further east. These officials started taking matters into their own hands. And Hitler did nothing to stop it. I all Jews. In German occupied territory were forced to wear a yellow star of David on their clothing. This marker made them easy targets for violence at the hands of their fellow citizens or being rounded up on the street and send a concentration camps simply for existing upon arriving at the concentration camps. The people deemed strong enough to work. We're forced into hard labor. Most of those who couldn't were sent to death camps like Auschwitz Birkenau where they were killed with the gas Zyklon the by the fall of nineteen forty one. This system had become a well oiled machine. The Holocaust was in full swing. Meanwhile Operation Barbarossa was at a standstill on October second. The Germans mounted an attack on Moscow but after over two months of fighting the Soviet forces drove them back. Hitler's attempt to crush the USSR before the winter had failed and he had more than bitter. Russian winter to contend with on December seventh nineteen forty one. Japanese planes launched a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. The very next day the US declared war on Japan and because of a pre existing agreement between the Germans and the Japanese Hitler declared war on the Americans three days after that what had largely been a European conflict was now truly another world war under the leadership of President Franklin Roosevelt. The Americans didn't hesitate to fight in both the Pacific and European theaters knowing that the allied American and British forces could launch an attack on the European continent at any moment. Hitler made a final effort to bring his war with Stalin to an end on August. Twenty third nineteen forty two. The Nazis launched an attack on the Russian industrial center of Stalingrad. In addition to producing important military goods. The city also had a symbolic value. It was named after stolen himself but once again the Soviets were hard to overcome as thousands of German troops were engaged in prolonged street-by-street warfare in Stalingrad. The allies finally made their move on November eighth combined. American and British forces made landfall in North Africa from there they would establish a foothold on the Mediterranean. Soon they would make their way to the European continent and Hitler would have no way to stop them. Coming up. Hitler's tyranny meets. Its end now back to the story. In the summer and fall of nineteen forty to fifty three year old Adolf Hitler and the German army came under significant pressure from the Soviet Union in the east and combined Anglo American forces in the West but with all the resources he had acquired from his European conquests. Hitler believed he was capable of winning a two front war. His iron will had taken Germany this far if his military commanders followed his lead he was certain. They'd emerge victorious however his enemies were just as relentless on the Russian Front Joseph Stalin's forces recovered after the initial German blitz to turn the battle of Stalingrad into a bloody kill zone by late November. The Soviet Army had surrounded the city. Almost three hundred thousand of Hitler's men were trapped and winter was setting in outmanned outgunned an outmatched. The Germans were unable to repel the Soviet Red Army by February. Nineteen forty three. The Russians had essentially retaken Stalingrad unwilling to order any semblance of retreat. Hitler saw eight hundred fifty thousand of his men killed injured or captured things. Were going just as badly in North Africa where the allied American and British forces were slowly overcoming stout German and Italian resistance in May nineteen forty three. The allies forced the access to surrender the valuable. Mediterranean port of Tunis from their Italy in the European continent beckoned. Until this point the German people had been firmly behind their fuhrer. But after Hitler's failures in Stalingrad and North Africa their faith in him began to waver. In addition to the setbacks abroad the German military was unable to protect it's own citizens in May allied bombing raids caused massive damage to the industrial ruhr district with major cities like desseldorf in Dortmund reduced to little more than rubble. German citizens rightly feared that Hitler was leading them towards annihilation during Propaganda Minister. Joseph Goebbels tour of these battered city's official reports noted a near lack of the formerly ubiquitous. Heil Hitler greeting whereas before criticism had been focused on Hitler's underlings citizens were now making disparaging remarks about the fuhrer himself. Losing the rabbit support of his people was Hitler's worst nightmare in his mind. Germany had lost World War One because the domestic support for the conflict had dwindled. He feared another so-called stab in the back that would doom. His military ambitions in the face of his flagging domestic support. Hitler ramped up the HOLOCAUSTS GENOCIDAL. Horror in the month of April nineteen forty-three alone. Close to one point. Five million Jewish people were sent to the concentration camps. The Jewish deportations were paired with increased antisemitic propaganda. He wanted to resurrect the rabid nationalism. That had accompanied his rise to power. Hitler also weaponized the Holocaust to bind his allies closer to him following his military failures. He encouraged his Romanian and Hungarian counterparts to escalate the mistreatment of their Jewish citizens by bringing them into the so-called final solution. Hitler was using a tactic. Called the burned boats. It referred to the Spanish conquistador. Herrmann Cortez who burned his ships upon landing in Mexico in fifteen nineteen without the possibility of retreat. He forced his men to move ruthlessly forward in their conquest of the Aztec Empire.

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"adolf" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

10:05 min | 1 year ago

"adolf" Discussed on Dictators

"When thirty five year old Adolf Hitler was released from his nine month prison sentence in December nineteen twenty four. He had a tall task ahead of him. After his failed power grab the Nazi party had been banned in large swaths of Germany. Although he still had a large base of supporters many of them were hesitant to rejoin the Nazi. Cause making matters more difficult. The German economy had made significant strides while Hitler was incarcerated on the surface. This was a good thing. But for the Nazis. It was a disaster. One of their main talking points was how the Democratic Central Government had run the country into the ground. Now that was no longer the case. Germany was making progress in foreign relations as well before the Treaty of her. Cy had crippled the country with unrealistic reparations payments but the creation of the Dawes Plan in nineteen twenty four adjusted the payments in accordance with the current state of the German economy under the current conditions. Jumping right into the fray could doom the Nazi movement before it could get back off the ground. Hitler had to wait until the time was right until the German economy took another nosedive while he waited. The first order of business was to get the ban on the Nazi party. Lifted hat in hand. He visited the Bavarian state president in early January. One thousand nine hundred thousand five convinced that Hitler's contrition for the Beer Hall putsch sincere. The president agreed to lift the ban. He was the first of many who would underestimate Hitler. Hitler's next step was to get rid of the Gaggle of rivals who had scrambled to fill the power vacuum. He left in the wake of his arrest. First and foremost was general. Eric Luton Dorf who had managed to escape from the Beer Hall Pooch Scott Free but instead of attacking Luton Dorf Hitler endorsed him. After the German President unexpectedly died on February Twenty Eighth Nineteen twenty five. An emergency election was held to replace him Hitler through his full support behind Luton Dorf. It was a perfectly calculated gambit in the current political climate lewd endorsed. Nationalist Platform didn't stand a chance in the first round of voting on March twenty fourth. He received only one point one percent of the vote. The result was so humiliating that lewd endorse political career. Never recovered one by one. Hitler dealt with the other wolves who stood in his way he shunted stormtrooper commander and Strom off to the side. He overcame Gregor Strasser. Who was largely responsible for growing the Nazi movement outside of Munich by the Annual Party Conference on May Twenty Second Nineteen ninety-six. Nobody was left to oppose Hitler. He was reconfirmed as the Nazis Chairman. With no argument but there was still a long way to go. Before the Nazis return to their former heights they didn't achieve their nineteen twenty-three number until March nineteen twenty seven when the party reached fifty seven thousand. Four hundred seventy seven members. Despite the low numbers Hitler remained confident when things inevitably took a turn for the worse the Nazis would seize the moment. His patience was rewarded in early. Nineteen twenty nine wages. Weren't rising fast enough to match. Soaring PRICES UNEMPLOYMENT SKYROCKETED. Going from six hundred fifty thousand in September nineteen twenty eight to three million by the New Year interest in the Nazi party rose. Accordingly at the annual rally in August nineteen twenty nine between forty and one hundred thousand people attended a few months later. One of the darkest days in global history gave Hitler the boost he needed to transform the Nazis into a national movement. October Twenty Fourth Nineteen Twenty. Nine was the day that triggered the Great Depression known as Black Friday. The collapse of the American stock market had an immediate effect on the German economy in his speeches. Over the next few months Hitler placed the blame squarely on the parliamentary government's shoulders. Hits reliance on foreign capital. An emphasis on special interests was responsible for their declining economy. Much of the blame also fell on German Jewish people who Hitler claimed were using the current crisis for personal profit. It was a reassuring. South for those looking for a scapegoat during a speech in Munich on August. Ten One thousand nine hundred. Thirty Hitler's antisemitic. Invective was greeted with chants of out with the Jews in Germany. It was a highly successful strategy in national elections held on September fourteenth. The Nazis won a healthy eighteen point three percent of the vote. They were awarded one hundred and seven seats in parliament. An increase of ninety five seats from the previous election. They were still far from a majority but the election results proved that the Nazis had become a legitimate political power ignoring rules against wearing uniforms during parliamentary sessions. All One hundred and seven Nazi deputies showed up for their first meeting on October Thirteenth. Nineteen thirty clad. In the party's Brown shirts and swastika armbands while they debated euphoric Nazi supporters rioted through the streets of Berlin smashing the windows of Jewish owned department stores. The electoral success led to unprecedented enrollment in the Nazi party. By the end of one thousand nine hundred ninety one they had a powerful base of eight hundred six thousand three hundred ninety four members in March of that year. The Nazis opened a massive new headquarters in Munich referred to as the Brown House. It was a former palace that physically embodied Hitler's newfound influence an entire corner was dedicated to the fuhrer's office adorned with a bust of Benito Mussolini it was a reminder to all who visited where Hitler's ultimate ambition rested the complete control of the German government in July nineteen thirty two parliamentary elections. The Nazis won a decisive victory. They took a massive thirty seven point. Three percent of the vote winning a whopping two hundred and thirty seats. They were unquestionably the most powerful party in Germany. The question was whether President Hindenburg would appoint Hitler as chancellor even though the post usually went to a representative of the strongest party. Hindenburg wasn't obligated to do so fearing that Hitler would abuse the office. Hindenburg was reluctant to hand him so much power. But Hitler was stubborn it was the chancellorship or nothing and so it was nothing. Hindenburg refused to give into Hitler instead. Current Chancellor France Fund Papin would retain his post however. He wouldn't keep it for a long Hitler's resistance made it difficult for happened to form a working government unable to make any real progress. He resigned his post by November. Still Hindenburg refused to appoint Hitler instead. He gave the Chancellorship to his closest political advisor. Kurt von Schleicher the move incensed former Chancellor Papin. Schleicher was his mentor. He felt like he had been stabbed in the back. He was determined to get the last laugh no matter the cost on. January Fourth Nineteen thirty-three. Papin arranged a secret meeting with Hitler together. The two men came up with a plan. Happens still had HINDENBURG zere. He would convince the president to finally name Hitler. Chancellor the only reason President Hindenburg had refused to give Hitler the chancellorship was because he feared the Nazis would take complete control of the government. Not because he disagreed with their policies. So in order to keep the Nazis in check the trustworthy. Papin would serve as vice chancellor. Each man was happy with the arrangement. Hitler would finally get the position he had coveted for. So many years and Papin would triumph over Schleicher. What's more Papin was actually confident. That he'd be able to mitigate Hitler's radical views as long as he had enough allies in the ruling cabinet. He was certain that Hitler would be little more than a puppet. He was wrong. Once Hitler had control of the chancellorship he would never let it go and it wouldn't be long until he set his sights on even greater power..

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"adolf" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"adolf" Discussed on Dictators

"There is no name more synonymous with the word dictator than Adolf Hitler. It immediately evokes the image of his drawn angry face a small mustache above the first ten slips made all the more frightening by piercing blue eyes today. Unpopular politicians from both sides of the aisle are frequently compared to Hitler overreaching or controversial governmental. Policies are described as nazi-like but in truth. No recent American politician has come close to espousing. Hitler's despicable beliefs. No political party has committed such unspeakable horrific atrocities as the Nazis the questions surrounding Hitler and his despotic reign can be framed in one simple word. How and yet. The answer is much much more complicated. Many historical figures have their entire lives meticulously charted from birth to death but with Adolf Hitler. That isn't the case. There is very little concrete information. On Hitler's early life. Part of that is by design before he died. Hitler ordered for all papers from his youth to be destroyed. He didn't want anything. Interfering with the mythological status he had created for himself but part of it is due to the fact that young Hitler simply wasn't remarkable in any way shape or form. He was born on April twentieth. Eighteen eighty nine in Braunau Austria. His family was decidedly middle class. Though not rich he wasn't forced to beg for spare change on the street. Either the only thing that wasn't average about Hitler's upbringing was the overabundance of love. His mother showered him with imbued with intense self belief. Hitler was a natural leader even when he played soldier with his friends. He took on the role.

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"adolf" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"adolf" Discussed on Dictators

"Around noon on November ninth nineteen twenty-three Adolf Hitler led thousands of people through the streets of Munich the night before he had staged a coup against the leaders of the Bavarian state government the leaders had escaped and labeled him and the Nazis as criminals. Now his only hope was to incite a popular revolt. If enough people backed him the authorities would have no choice but to give Hitler control arm in arm with his fellow protesters. Hitler approached a police. Cordon the mob had overwhelmed one blockade already but unlike the others these officers refused to budge. The crowd pushed up against the barriers. If the police wouldn't let them through they'd have to take matters into their own hands. The officers held firm. They were prepared to defend their post. At all costs. The situations seemed at an impasse until someone fired a gun. All Hell broke loose. In a hail of gunfire from both sides. The outgunned and disorganized Nazis had no chance before he became the next casualty. Hitler tucked his tail and ran away the remaining Nazis who survived the firefight were taken into custody. Hitler's violent power grab ended in a prison sentence. He spent nine months behind bars for treason and he used the time to pen. His infamous Manifesto Mein KOPF. The Nazis would rise again and next time they wouldn't fail..

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"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Wow that was good. You can't here but off mic. I was was like. How should we start and then we did it and that was good? You pump up any audience. Give bump up the jam slash volume. mm-hmm yeah man remember stomp pretty cool that music tap dance thing because remember when tap dancing was cool man. I miss that era. It'd be like stop really was like. Hey we've renovated it totally not a tap. It's a stomp now it stop. Yeah and then this happens with everything. That's lame over the course of history history. We did it with cupcakes eventually. People who make cakes became bosses instead. It's true You remember when making cakes. Everyone who make cakes was a fucking loser but now got tattoos and they ride motorcycles and they commit crimes and the crabs are the case every one of them seems like so unappetizing the cakes. Yeah Oh yeah my big thing. is they always use like a ton of Marzipan and I'm like that is the least appetising thing you could fuck. I don't know if I've ever had eaten Marzipan sugar. Did you take sugar. It's fucking gross grossed and it's like that's ninety percent of the cake like I've never seen one of those shows where they're like. It's a peanut butter like seeing wish in that I'd go right. That sounds good it right. It's always like Kim. You make this Marzipan things like the death of Jesus Christ Ace. Yeah exactly well. Yes elaborate cake in the world. Can we finally made a cupcake. That has bacon an cumin. Now I like what I meant. Notice the the cake of the last rites of Christ he has a raspberry jam stigmata coming out of his hands. The Berry Jam Know Jesus Christ ear on Mount of Golgotha Gotha. He has a soiled diaper but of course then diaper soiled with type of fudge but actually that actually originated in this region that we're in right now he's he's been cheating type of fudge. Raspberry blood blooding very delicious served on bringing this up Hampton because aristotle and I got you a cupcake in the shape of the moment of Hitler's death and the cupcake is is the bullet wound and granted. He didn't shoot himself but in our interpretation he did uh this is going to be a little bit of a fantasy episode of suicide buddies where Hitler died from a gunshot wound and Kurt cobain died from I don't really know there's some Hitler died. There's some discrepancy with that with Hitler. Yeah with Hitler and the way he killed himself. I was reading this article and it was going to be the second the one I was going to rebut. This would be a perfect time actually to get into this. What do you think I was doing? This one one is about. It's from New Statesman. AMERICA DOT COM. I looked at over it. Does it seems to be a liberal adjacent site with the name. Like that New Statesman America I was like is this just like all right. Sure Bullshit But it seems to be some sort of European publication. And let's see it's a Russian. I'm just GonNa attribute the whole thing to see. This is part of why we've stopped doing the research is I've I've learned. I'm your bad on tear but my favorite thing is to actually just read someone's article who's done the research and then just comment sure so attributed the hell out of it. You can find this at New Statesman dot com. It was written by Luke daily elite groves and he wrote a book about it. Hitler's death the case against conspiracy. So here we start headline of the article. Oh seventy four years on Hitler. Suicide is still shrouded in politics and propaganda so this is kind of about how when Hitler died died. A lot of people didn't want people to know he killed himself for that. He was dead. Why because they were still politics kind of that play in the German in Germany in Russia especially UH basically Stalin was the one who is he was stolen scholar install and that's they call them? Well I believe it was a bombing by the Soviets. When he killed himself they were kind of in charge of the investigation? You know what I'm saying like recovering the body and all the shit and for years. They were like he's who knows where he is. He's fine never found the body. Yeah so well first of all. I think we're GONNA need a little bit of explanation of who Adolf Hitler don't think okay. Ah Nine hundred thirty nine. Six million Jews me to Adolf Hitler. Thank my boy up the river. There was a pissed off artist. Yada Yada Yada Germany Woods and he rose to power. Wow okay well. That's the story you know. It's funny as usual. Yeah we go over the person's life but I'm like you know what you've you look up. Hitler's life yeah. There's a lot maybe two lane. 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"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"You know moved on riffing things in your immediate vicinity how this tape measure uh-huh Damn and it's about time someone stood up and said joke song you you dave. How many times do you think I measure my Dick Multiple Times a day really? Is that true multiple times. Honestly if fluctuates so much. How many times in truth in in your life have you measure dig with a tape measure? How many times Oh incalculable is it true incalculable? Really well because you always always have to find a new place aswering from no. I WANNA stop writing and I wanNA know the reliable now. I've learned that the real way that you mentioned your Dick is from from the taint. Okay Kate who taught you this. Ain't the nearest person who's hiding from behind your balls. Yeah from behind. Will you have to count now. All of the balls can't the ball. It's like the starting line so you're going at your team in the malls or the first runner even the inches going around. Not just the distance going around ball counts as extra Dick and then you measure erect penis pointing at the person. You're attracted the two so all of that distance to them. This is the type you can expect from. Y'All ever let suicide more shit like this. I've got a five inch. I did with all that do you for louder you. It's a huge no. I'm seriously asking. Do you actually measure your Dick a lot and I mean a lot. Yeah I don't know what healthy amount is don't either. You just say how much let you jump in. I'll just say my my mouth the reason I'm wondering is I haven't done that much. I've done it maybe three or four times in my life because when I look at my Dick I'm like well. It's clearly huge. Yeah I've done it twice. I've only done it twice three four times. Wow it's kind of weird. The measure twice cut one. Wow yeah the last. Last time I measured it was because I was I was cutting. I was giving some of it to you because I felt like I had too much. I've only measure twice. I have no oh idea I have no idea what I'm working with Nobel like I'm actually. I don't know as far as sexuality goes. I have learned amongst comedians. That I'm I am sort of weird one like when I start hanging out comics very very fucking right away. I was hearing stories. Like you know when you're eight years old and you fuck the couch and I was like what's yeah. I mean he measure your Dick like five six times you seven eight times measured your day eight ten. So we're in the decades somewhere in the decades. You've measured your Dick in the Dickers- you've dickers- and I'm just a normal normal. I'm a normal good boy. Measure twice cut once no. But why won't you answer me. How many times do you do it? Do you actually do it often often was that serious. No I'll okay. No that would have been fun. I do think it's more than four or five sure. That's why and I I was like I don't know man outputs normal. I don't think I don't know what normal is but I think I'm kind of weird like I didn't start jerking off until I was fifteen. I'm just late with all just started today. Dude it's not going to be able to toggle assume yours fifteen. I wasn't joking Shit yeah the first time I I came come can come the first time I came. Come out of my appeanas came came. Come fifteen yeah. That was the first time come came. Oh what a birthday. Yeah it was on my birthday. You put out the candles Louis. Only air came out. You know it was. It was powerful enough to blow the candles out and I got my wish which was to come which was weird. That's what gears people to becoming a stand up comic. Is We all think we're super weird. Oh Yeah and the truth is everyone's weird was sheriff's right. Sex is stupid. People put way too much value on it right and it's like it's funny how I have a bit about it but it's so true that it's it's like even when you think you're like repressed or like you're like what am I into is just getting married to like one one on the one as the one person she's with me even just like normal like who not normal but that's kind of my point is just like whatever your definition of a Hetero normative relationship it's a fetish right just just like we don't wear leather. We wear like wool. Sweaters are thing we take all our clothes off. I used to write a bit wear jeans every day total. I used to advocate that I was trying to make work and maybe I was too young and stand up to do it but I like it was just triggered me out one day the idea of shower because they shower lear like hey what do you do. What are you into and then some guys like? What am I into every morning I I pour water on myself? I pour water all over my body but we all do that so it doesn't feel weird but it's weird. It's weird because if I don't I smell bobby is incorrect. Yeah I don't feel right. People will be like hey. Did you pour water water all over yourself this morning. Yes it smells like. You didn't more water all of you should because you look like shit interesting. Yeah well yeah but I also do think like I've just had a lot of people react to me like saying my sexual history to them being like Whoa. It's all all late like it was all late and I guess I was later than where are you. Oh you were off for sure dude. I remember being in my there. Weren't that many people in the town. I lived within so are like soccer club. Teams were weird like the the age ranges for the the leagues in the area. We're like under nineteen under sixteen under fourteen and under twelve and when I was thirteen I was playing under nineteen team and so there are these kids. They were like seventeen that I was friends with like you know fancy themselves like uncle to me really acted like that. I don't like criticism and fancy fancy uncle. They were fancy uncles. No no no. They were cool. They were cool. They were like just the cups older older. Okay they're like older brother types but they always wanna do lake Be the ones that lake taught me about stuff and I remember two of them So we stopped and the coach. We were like in a van driving away from practice to any the coach. Stop to get food. And while he was inside they he turned around in the front and they were all right. Ross how much do you masturbate. And I was like four wounded. ooh Yeah.

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"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Bitch. Yes I remember that story story so fun. aww He's so funny yeah really was funny. Oh do I loved him okay. And how are you like Hitler. Well in every way definitely killed my fair share of Jewish. I mean I'm no. I'm no saint. I think the way that I most like Adolf Hitler you guys might know him from Youtube. or the Joe Rogan experience. The Way I'm most like Adolf Hitler is I tend to make a lot of big plans and then not a lot of follow through that works out shoot for the stars. Sure you know. He didn't aim high. I guess that's true. Aim too high all the time. I don't know yeah. It's funny the story of Hitler is shoot for the Moon. Even if you miss you'll land amongst the stars Jesus fucking Christ. I think we've got got a lot to chew on with the with the follow up to this. Yeah I mean damn both will be fun to research search. Oh yeah which one do you WANNA do. Should we do REX's paper. Yes or something like that. Yeah Yeah Yeah okay I think punch off. I think A. B. Off. It was the first one to Jackie late loses and we just jerk each other off in the first I wanNA come loses. Does he know actual game show in Japan. No was you would get blown by a guy and then you know the the first one to come loses my God. That's weird because even if you lose you win.

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"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Guys boys and girls. He's a feminist. Wow okay look completely different. Point of view. I'm just saying there's no part of Hitler that that psycho women and children spam. Oh sure that's gotTa admit guys like the jury equal equal opportunity hater. nope okay like southbound. He's an equal opportunity offender. Yeah he's a smart. Yeah sure I guess I make fun of Jews but I also make fun of Muslims. That's why it's okay that I do it. Got I hate it when people say that you ask her. I should on women but also also shit on the disabled it seems they never seemed to shit on the people who think their superior victor fucking smarter martyred everywhere totally. Why can't I make a joke about beating the shit at agape people I make jokes about beating the shit out of black people? Well cops do both both fucking piece of Shit. I'm St- I'm very mad about that. Let's move on. I'm like Kurt that way. But I'm also like Hitler in that. I think it's funny money also. Here's another way that I'm similar to Kirk Oh bane. He had irritable irritable bowel L. Syndrome. which I don't have but I do get constipated a lot so I have to deal with it? That's actually true. I have to drink. I drink way more fiber than you normally drink. Fiber drink eat fiber whatever like smoothie stuff that has like a like crazy amount of dietary fiber also a lot of other shit. And that's why I drink it but I started drinking it because it was high in fiber. I've got irritable Gal Syndrome. My wife go ahead Debbie. Yeah I feel like. I've got a pretty sensitive stomach but it's nothing.

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"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"The she Chris Vase Lick and Dave Grohl are all getting in the car. Arctic goto fosters freeze and then court. He's like shotgun and they're like I knew you've ruined the trip to boss. The Dave grohl making his hair two little pigtails. Oh my God dude here goes missing. Getting the best of me there goes my Giro grow their gyro year. Baroness Oh here. Oh there goes my hero. Sold the song to like subway subway or something totally if they wanted to do like a flat bread sandwich. Thing there goes my jared euro. Eero man what. What was the heightening those extra big pants child pornography? Why there was all that room? He was making room thank you. You didn't lose weight so you just stopped looking at child porn. If that's the thing you don't lose weight if you eat at subway lose all your vices. Yeah Dude and make like a montage video of just shared fogel like really wistful footage goes another turning the waving. We miss you. We miss you. Jared free jared the pants free jared. Thanks for free to bed for I president. He's like I'm going to need a bigger bigger prison pants. I'm known for doing the photos. I keep if I want. Keep making the photos. Does this prison have a subway. What kind of prison is because before this is my life was a prison and I still got subway? We're like sweet onion chicken. Tiriac me all right all right. Let's see I think you are. Kurt cobain great because damage okay damaged. I'm damaged goods damaged goods. Wait is this really not an argument. Do I wanNA research Kurt and you want to research. No I think we just just have to make a case for both okay. Okay okay why do you think your Kurt Cobaine. Okay you should get Kurt Cobaine. Let's do each of us both. What so so okay? We can do meet I. What of Kurt Do? I have. What characteristics of Hitler do I had and then we'll do you for both? We can decide. Okay okay so what are my Kurt. Kurt characteristics your Kirk surest my Kurt Kurt Grizz. Now I said it right the first one will I hate the song all apologies. Which I'm sure he also did? I'm sure by the time that was on the radio a lot. He was like men. I'm serious I'M GONNA fucking kill myself. They do they play all apologies on the radio. One more time I'm going to blow my fucking brings out. It's Dave listen one more time. I think he definitely had like a little bit of self hate. That was like Hitler probably probably didn't hate himself Much true or maybe. What I'm saying is that at least with my Kurt? There was like a lot of times when they were making. What's the second in Uniroyal right? Yeah Yeah we're like he was like this just sounds too much like a pixie song or feeling we're playing ourselves. We're doing the same thing over again. He had a lot of self doubt Out He definitely had bad clinical depression. I'm not that I don't know vetting Zaidi but he definitely had bad depression song about it. A lot it sucks to be a Rockstar. Being natural rocks are and you have imposter syndrome totally. Yeah I definitely have imposter syndrome. I also say this he always acted like he didn't want to be famous and would say like fame. Isn't that important to him. But he definitely wanted to be a rockstar. And I'm also sorta like that like I don't want to be big but I like in my heart I feel like I don't really want fame but then I also WanNa have fans and have a comedy career so I clearly relief do want it. Yeah it's like he's got this kind of dichotomy also he was a big feminist and he would wear Feminism big feminism. As they called him and I don't know I'm probably like I don't know I don't want to be here you'll be like I'm a feminist but I try well I feel like I'm like Hitler because I'm a feminist who's better who's a bigger feminist organised. There's always like men women. It doesn't equal equal ovens for equal opportunities papa. John's Asleep Papa John's.

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"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"I'm Joy Hitler. Hits Young Man. Make your arguments. We we get into fight. There's only going to be two hits Hitler Hitler and punching fuck. Gada your face dude. Yeah Dude two hits Sean got down and not get back up again and Hitler. Ah Man Make your case eight on your LRE known. He's known youtuber. Yeah chosen online personality. You might from the Joe Rogan experience Adolf Hitler. Here's we're trying to decide we're doing we have after this episode. We have four episodes of this podcast left as suicide buddies. Then it keeps going as y'all ever her but four suicide buddies left and so we knew we had to tackle the episode. We've always talked about Kurt. Cobain and Adolf Hitler combination episode assode. And we're GONNA do it competitively and so we have to figure out which one of us is researching Hitler which one of us is researching cockbain. And we're going to Yell L.. The research at each other. It's going to be a competitive history episode in which we try to perform the history of each suicide better than the the other one is performing their suicide so we have to decide. Who's doing Hitler and WHO's doing Kurt? COBAIN and we both want to do Kurt. I think this is exciting amassing or should we wear masks absolute and we should phase our voices. It should be all like FBI Davor Ham. Totally I'll I'll have no idea totally totally would actually be really funny. I was going to be a very short episode. Because it's GonNa it's GonNa go. He's going to do the whole he's for sure you're Hitler because your dibs. Yeah because shotgun called it. Are you a Mexican can or are you. Hitler give you think Kobe was talking. I do think cut two years later Courtney love and she goes shotgun. And everyone's like.

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"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"adolf" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Hey you guys we're back we're back. We did at low. Hi I'M GONNA throw it to Georgia Brooks here. She's going to describe our Dave. She's GonNa she's GonNa tell our audience why they should check out hers and mine new podcast coming out called. Nice bum where you're from Georgia give the pitch. Hey It's here if you like suicide buddies what you're like there's too much Dave and not enough butts and you you should come check out. Nice bum where you're from it's loosely about butts loosely about where people are from and mostly about whatever Hampton and I want an the email us any like email us any cool stories that you would like tell at a party about like I don't WanNa know the whole history of where you're from but like hey did your neighbor I shoot somebody sometime. Email us at story at Nice. Bum Cast Edgy. Mel Dot Com by beautiful. Let's turn a terrible million subscribers right there dude. That show if I was on it since I'm not I don't like it. Hey what's up. My favorite murder just found out. I'm not on your podcast. Yes sounds like you suck now. Hey what's up Marc Maron. What about my Davor? It murder about that. Ah what the Dave Dave with Dave the Fuck D t.f mark. Oh My god Jo Jo just jumped into my lap dude. He's taking your car now. He's taking your body. You just made me so happy. He's never shown me a fiction before I'll see you later. You fucking piece of the love affair. I don't even like your shirt. You fucking asshole. That's yeah take much for you to pull pistols man. Well any any kind of a slight you just a scorched earth decimate absolutely well anytime anything negative happens. It's it's Personal Dhabi one shirt. He has like one possession. He made that himself which I think is incredible. Yeah wow that was funny was really funny. I really enjoyed that Well lots of goofy stuff like that on my podcast gets. They're trying to give us ourselves more work. What are you looking at Joe? God Damn Dude. I'm sorry I did. He's really like he's trying to fuck with you. Yeah I know he smashed. Your car. Windows puts his body on top of your body. This is like the game skirted neg you. That was great. He's gas lighting needed. Guy said it was cool. I guess yeah I and I was like ooh. I made this shirt though. It's funny anybody who makes shirts. It's funny that's funny any. I've made my own before. Did you like that Joe Funny Guys. I'm also teaching a comedy class at flappers university. See this is why I think you are the one your Adolf Hitler because you're always trying to control everything dips dips ebbs dude. So here's the here's a pretty good run a lot of hits a lot of platinum album. Yeah a lot of hitzler sure. Yeah that's why his name was Hitler. Goebbels comes into office Hitler. You've reached number one. I'm Joy Hitler. Hits Young Man. Make your arguments. We we get into fight. There's only going to be.

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"adolf" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"adolf" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Adolf Hitler both of those people have power over the country the people they big of fascinated ours say it again if I I'm trying to teach you something I can be okay state is so difficult I've maybe I should have checked taken on this right now I have to go on just a little bit you have people controlling you nice people can control you can control the niceness you can also control yes lots of ministers to she yelling and shouting and screaming that is not the way to teach Christianity but there's lots of people that don't do that and they fill big business big hole at houses with hundreds of thousands of people thousand ten thousand they want to go back again they're going to listen to that man listen that matter listen that prime he was brilliant every save us troops where is the way he did it which is disturbing to me SO are you going to be very careful are both sides the wicked ones that upset you excite you the other one is exciting you with the idea that if you listen to him you will find god that isn't true but it's powerful almost it said it one more time and then I want you to call me if you if I'm wrong tell me what your experience with this whether you're a good person our bad person whether you deal with you on the side of good and you want people to be good you must not upset them with force ladies and gentleman Saito don't want to who don't want someone to shout at you that way because Aaron chart I too when you come into the world and you become subject to people shouting at you at the world and that you tend to give in to the person the shouts at you to appease them and your card all the things he said was true but not good enough that's one of our detail what happened to America while he was on duty it was falling apart is now eighty percent the divorce rate opioids and everything I was watching it going down what are you thinking it was going up this god bless him because he is meant well but he doesn't know how the dockside controlled him you never really caught Christianity yeah none of you in my opinion I don't want to do this after the man is dead I say he's well meaning he just didn't know what he was doing but he was in the license ending and is not it was not by and lightened but he people loved his what he says has the strength and power into it but it's the wrong power that's what I'm trying to say wrong power remember he's a good person but a good person make mistakes but that's the thing is once you become upset one two X. let me just stop here a minute one one way of controlling a person is upsetting them a site but the other way is to excite them am promise what you cannot deliver and when you are when you put get someone a promise that doesn't deliver you may think maybe I can get it right and so you there's a real irritation and the irritation once make sure guilty and makes you think well maybe I'm wrong maybe I should listen to it more and so it goes it's that simple do not listen to a scream never never listened to a screamer and don't you be a screamer to your children because you can turn them into questions that are not do you understand ladies and gentleman do not ship to scream at your children and don't let the preacher scream at you he needs I think you're understanding what I'm saying now you may think I'm a wicked person no he is an example of principle here it goes again it doesn't matter evil comes from it can come from what you think of is good what you think of this court you can think of yourself as good and you're not good so you don't know what good is but I know what good is I see that man as well meaning but he seemed to know boulder and by success and as a people may god knows how many millions of people of America is not any better America is not getting a better and never got a better he just got people fascinated but did you know that not being able to know the secret of its having the having your preacher shoving it down your throat is not the way of Jesus or is it if you if you think it is call me I do not teach the the the Christians I'm.

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"adolf" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"adolf" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"So that's why he went that route and his one kid in this class comes walking in who you think he's dressed this JFK Adolf Hitler. Oh. To the t he are swastika. He wore a swastika. He wore this. Adolf Hitler into the whole thing on them. What parents are letting their fifth grade child walk into a school. My dad was. Soul mat? And so fucking like full of laughter at the same time. He said, I can't believe this fucking kid is Adolf Hitler. Let me do that. So the walked in Adolf Hitler. Did he like HALE and like? You did the whole thing. I'm in the whole fucking thing. I I. Yeah. It's crazy. These assay Adolf Hitler, get Boehner's when you give speeches. There are a lot of Boehner pictures, I've seen those are they real I don't know. Can you? Thanks. You get so hyped up. You get a boner think. So like when you get a journal, I guess so there there've been fighters like Boehner's like at wayans. Yeah. I don't know fighters for the phone. Let's go guys got a heartbeat as really excited to be good. If you had to pick a historical figure to do essay on right now who pick Albert Einstein. That's a good one. That's a good one. Yeah. But he also had to flee Nazi Germany. So you in that key could've fucking did a fucking Tanda one right there. I didn't even know that I don't really know much about Albert Einstein. But there are times where I I always latch onto random figures. Like wanna learn so much about them? Yeah. I have moments where I just I care only about this person for a period of time. I got really into JFK at one point. Yeah. Me too the whole conspiracy. Oh, yeah. The shot of everything multiple shooters. I believe that there were multiple shooter. Yeah, I think it makes sense. I think that what they're telling you where the bullet kind of redirected hit ten people like what does this fuck? And now, I think the mob killed them. I think the mob put the hit out on them. You know? That's what I think they gave him the old record show that he is a loan on that thought I am not not saying that. No. But it's weird. It's weird that our parents live through that type shit like VM. Pussies, bro. Like besides nine eleven like that was like, obviously, that's crazy. We had the housing market thing. Yeah. Yeah. But like, yeah. Like World War Two. And then like, Vietnam and shit the fuck raft. Getting a letter in the mail. Hey, Joe pack your bags you're going to die now. Yes. And then when you come back, you're going to be nuts..

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"adolf" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"adolf" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The many, costumes and masks that last night's travel treats borough one costume had some people offended. It does disturb because we don't need that. It's a lot of people who've been in concentration camps. Bryant Goldbach dressed as a generic Nazi soldier while the sun here stressed Hitler Goldbach says he wanted to do it for historical reasons. Yeah. First of all who even has a generic costume is one of my generic, costumes. I got over there. You guys didn't know I had a generic Nazi costume. I was like, Nope. I was completely unaware of your generic Nazi costume. So. But the second thing is is. You dressed your kid up. Adolf hitler? Are you kidding me? What in a day and age of cultural sensitivity in a day and age of a lot of people who are looking for a reason to snap at you. This wasn't a play. Right. Like, you know, this wasn't a sound of music, or this was this was what's the trunk or treat kind of thing? Down the street. It'll be fun. Oh, man. I can't find your little costume of the ninja turtles. I guess. You'll be the Fuhrer. Only in this for living history. He said he came up with the idea at the last minute, but started regretting his decision. Once others at trailer. Treats confronted him about the time. We had the first person approaches man is that time that clued me. Okay..

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"adolf" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"adolf" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The newborns and it becomes the preborn that's why you have peter singer or alberta jubilee and nerva who has you argue that parents can killed their newborn babies because the baby has no intrinsic value unless the parents assign it to them with a human beings lose their reason lose accountability and then lose all sense of human value what you have you have chaos and that's i think the con posttruth culture i think if you point out that stuff people begin to listen is it easy to say he is it hard to do yes but is it worth it to do you bet well it's interesting because when somebody says something like everybody has a piece of the truth they're saying something that's not entirely false sense that adolf hitler is created in the image of god so when people say you know do you agree with hitler do well the point is that there is a glimmer even in adolf hitler of god and so what people are really saying without saying i think is that is pointing to that at another words they're uncomfortable with tooth because it seems very black and white life isn't black and white people are complicated people have their reasons you know hitler was was was abused as a child and and on and on and on so so no maybe i don't agree with killing jews but but but you know and they're sort of looking at something and they can't because as you're saying they can't reason they're sloppily slipping away from the point right and and so it's not like they have no point but but but the point they make they're not even aware of of exactly what they're saying so so so it's slippery and they can never really have have clarity i was once speaking to a woman who i said well don't you think hitler was wrong can't you say that objectively and she said well i can say that for me and i thought what like what do you mean you can say that for you to do is e equals four for you does it equal like what are you even saying and you realize that we've come to a place in culture where people just worming when you actually talk about truth claims they just ri they can't bear it well that's not good that's why we're talking to the author of.

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