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"albert speer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"It's free talk and well it's live. What should we call a program where all three ingredients are thrown into a blender for. That's a good idea. Yes it is free talk. Live six zero three two eight three six one six zero again. Six three two eight three sixty one sixty if you'd like to join us. Talk about whatever's on your mind we have someone on hold right down. We'll get to that in a moment tonight. I'm your host. The reverend captain kick ass joining me. Steve classic and nikki utah for the break. We're talking about keeping the microphones open during the breaks out before the break. We're we're in a squire. Oh yeah how. Do i get an escort. Apparently now grant green squire. Can i have an honorary escort ship. Now you do it. So i would go on the internet when they ask you to fill something out. I always put dr alec if you just put doctor you know in the telemarketers are calling. Because they're like can they. Speak to dr steve. Dr galactic under lord referencing kick ass squire dr classic actor reverend all right well. We're just going to sit here and do this. We might as well go to the phones. Let's go to jets. Who's calling from kentucky jet. You're on free talk live. Yeah hi You know that One of my god given commissions is to help people escape this fantasy land. We live in of a dual classes or class society and of course One of the things that i emphasize in helping them out of this is that people with titles Whether they have titles badges or robes or other costumes or have offices and big buildings with killers and loss of stairs that they're just other humans who really have in reality out of this fantasy land Have no special rights or privileges to do pretty much anything. They do as far as with regard to ruling over other people. So what i like to do is just create a little sentence. A little poem you know that that goes people with titles own rights or privileges than you are and you can shave with. Titles like i said. The badgers real absurd costume. Is that the extent of the poem. One one sentence think okay but it's not enough for a verse out of you know you can. You can do the same verse over and over and over again. Oh you want me to do rock and roll three words. yeah anyway. that's that's what i wanted you to do. Was anybody who calls into talks. Were mentioned anything that separates us into do classes. Yeah i would love it if you guys would correct them and say what we're all humans. We're all just people explain to me how anyone has a right to say what i or you or anyone does or or must do or this kind of thing. See i lived in this for a long time. Of course i mentioned before that i've things like income taxes and and other. I try to stay away from these people as much as possible. Because i don't even when when you think about it. They are absolutely mentally ill. I mean for someone to sink to honestly believe that because they have now somehow your neighbor has gained title that somehow now they have rulership over you Then they didn't have last week. I mean that to me is a type of level of insanity that i deal with. But that's that's the essence of my call. Excellent point for tweet tweet that over and over again people would titles have no more right or privilege than you're right and as such and thanks for the call we appreciate it as such none of my titles mean anything. Not even the esquire quiet. Even the future man. They don't mean anything that you know. It's it's a parody pastiche if you will in exactly what john is saying is a whole bunch of title if he can make fun of yourself and have a little fun at it. I would throw jugo judge in front of it. So they the honorable lord. Dr reverend captain kick ass. Esquire will join judge your honorable honorable injury so previously on free. Talk live which is what segments ago so about a half hour ago i began to mention cova nineteen detention camps our government round-ups of resistors in our future and i questioned the future okay. I don't think it's happening now. Does the future answer you back when they say it's the future it already is the future in you just saying that in the past so it could be happening. Maybe you saw the future or maybe you knew a guy named the future. It's going to happen in the. Wwe guy who's you know. His name is is wrestling the future. And you're like i question the future. Yes i know about. I don't know we'll find out this starts off with a quote from albert speer no doubt concentration camps were a means a menace used to keep order quote unquote that was albert speer during the nuremberg trials. This article is from rutherford dot org and it's written by john w whitehead initia- whitehead the founders of rather for or esquire there. They are legal team. So these are lawyers choirs writing stuff. It's no longer a question of weather. The government will lock americans for defying its mandates but when this is what we know the government has the means the muscle and the motivation to detain individuals who resist it's orders and do not comply with its mandates in a vast array of prisons detention centers and fema concentration camps. Paid for with taxpayer dollars. It's just a matter of time. It no longer matters what. The hot button issue might be vaccine. Mandates immigration gun rights abortion. Same sex marriage healthcare criticizing the government protesting election results etcetera etcetera etcetera. And it doesn't matter which party is wielding the power like a hammer the groundwork has already been laid. Under the indefinite detention provisions of the national defense authorization act also known as the nba the president and the military can detain and imprison american citizens with no access to friends family or the courts if the government believes them to be Terrorists domestic terrorist a terrorist guantanamo bay making room for those parents in passing all these new weird laws. They like to interchange. And i think this article goes into it. They like to interchange extremists extremist extremist with terrorist terrorist.
"albert speer" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Or wherever you get your podcast. Well sophie. I don't know if i agree with you. That kamala harris the erotic vampire anime. It would be successful but i guess we all have different opinions on things. Oh i didn't notice the audience had come in here. I'm robert f behind the bastards podcast about the worst people in all of history sophie and christopher and i were just having a conversation about mangoes that we think would be successful So christopher what do you think erotic. Kamala harris vampire anime. We like to see it. Look the you know the advantage you get you get out of editor may right. Everyone's is enormously large. You can't lose you cannot loose with this. Absolute is too big science. Says that we find the big. Ice cute cannot go wrong can go wrong well other things. You can't go wrong with our classic behind the bastards reverse episode. Where where one of my sophie are. We allowed to call them indentured servants. We're one of my indentured podcast guests in this case. Christopher also no well okay so team members of our squad sophie. There is no i in team but several of the letters that are also in indentured servant are in the word so that was worse than worse than the fake laugh. You did at the start of this episode. Christopher wong who is on our team a valued member of the zone media squad I prefer a hunter. The calzone media hunter but was felt we were more of a regime. Oh god you know your your web cram being broken and me not begin with a look you in the is. When i'm angry really upsets me. I know. I know. That's part of why i haven't fixed it. Christopher gonna learn about today well on this at four three four start robert. How do you feel about. Operation paper clip. Oh so when world war to end it right. Same kind of feeling that i got when like the last lord of the rings movie finished or like when firefly got cancelled. And i'm like but i wanted more. I wanted more from these kooky nazis and their crimes and then the us government and the russian government in two separate operations were like. Don't worry robert we're going to give those guys future job. So you can keep following the careers of albert speer verner von braun a bunch of other nazis including that guy the cia hired and see what they do after the war. It's like you know what it's like a tv show. Joey after friends got canceled. That's operation paper. Clip is for the nazis. And i personally as a fan of both joey and world war two history and i think that's great. What's joey's last name or something like that biondi. Why more or less a long time. Since i watched soda friends. It's been like fifteen years rubber. You're going to love part two of this. And i'm going to start at this episode. I'm gonna make an incredibly bold claim and we'll see if you agree with it. After after after the the second part of this episode i maintain that the rehabilitation of nobody suitca kishi. Who is the subject of today's episode is the single worst. Example of the us rehabilitating war criminal after the this is the worst one. I'm ignited his criminal for me. Which is a huge day in robert as land. Yeah yeah all right so nowhere. Seek a key. She was born on november thirteenth. 1896 village yamaguchi prefecture japan now she is born in an incredibly important time japanese history. Right just literally right at the beginning of the second phase of japanese imperialism. So does it get us to the second phase After the restoration the emperor in the restoration of eighteen sixty eight japan rapidly starts importing european technology european organizational principles piaggio and european racism in order to do a rapid quote unquote modernization campaign in order to compete with the european nations. Now japan was not exactly like a galateri in paradise before they started doing this. And you know. The consequence of this is that you know they. They take the colonialism. Like a fish to water. And this starts. When i'm going to call the three phases of japanese imperialism. He of imperialism one imperialism imperialism harder and imperialism. Three tokyo drift. I'm very frustrated that that you didn't do imperialism to electric blue blue. But but we'll discuss that at your next evaluation i will. I will endeavour to get better. References name phases of imperialism after bad movie titles yet so imperialism born basically starts right as a major restoration happens and it lasts roughly from about eighteen. Sixty eight to the start of the sino japanese war in eighteen ninety four. And this is the face that everyone ignores because it's this imperialism is very very local or it's happening inside japan itself but it's extremely important to understand like that's going to happen next we're gonna talk about for a little bit. And now the the sort of the defining characteristics of this first phase are the horrifically violent assimilation of the new people. in hokkaido. the annexation of the roku islands might know what those are. The biggest one is okinawa. You probably know what that is. My half of my family spent half of their lives there. Yeah yup very nice place very very bad. Things happen to the people over there. Yeah yeah there's a monument at the north of the island called peace prayer park because when the when the us took the island. The japanese occupiers told them like. Hey you're all gonna get murdered and raped by us troops. You should just kill yourselves now. Shitload okinawa flung themselves off the cliffs. And now there's a very nice monument. They're the bad things have gone down and boy. It's yeah. This is the japanese empire just sending enormous numbers of people to their deaths is running. Fema this episode. Yeah it's it is remarkable when you're telling a story that takes place when you're telling a story about colonialism in asia and the us is not the specific bad guy. Orey likely tell the empire. Japan like like this is the thing like the americans. Don't become the bad guys in the story until two years into the occupation. Which is like i i. I don't know if like another time ever the. Us has like military occupied and other country and it took two years for them to become like the bad guys. It's we got faster. Don't worry guys. Yeah yeah we've improved our game. That's what taylor is and brings you actually a key kishi. We a lot of this got cut but kishi big fan of taylorism absolutely loves it and yeah him and our cops. Yep yep it's great stuff you know there. There's one more thing that happens. And this is i. Think the lease well-known the stuff that happens in japan in this period. Which is that. There's this just mass destruction and looting of thousands and thousands of these local non shinto shrines in japan itself. Had this giant like culture confident that just like annihilates like all of the sort of like local non like shinto religions and all of this violence is about. It's about annihilating any other culture in japan and forcing everyone to sort of assimilation. The japanese nation state. And you know this is this is what nine hundred twenty internationals is this. This attempt to impose a single national language and culture on a bunch of people who you know up until this point like the only thing most people have in common is that like armed men show up every year and takes off some than give the same king and other than that you know. They have different cultures languages. And you know in order to get rid of as that used to be. All government was was armed. Men taking your stuff and giving it to the king and one day when.
"albert speer" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"It was decided by these guys that fully liquidating german industry would be a bad idea since most of that industry lay within the zone of allied control and they might lead to use it for the next war. This is the same reason. Why a lot of german military leaders don't get punished to the extent that they should is. There's this understand like well. These guys fought the soviets. We're about to fight the soviet. So who cares if they presided over a couple hundred thousand executions in poland or whatever you know this guy i mean and therein lies the hypocrisy of war. Hey they're good at mass murder. We might need them for murder some people. Yeah what i would have. I mean there's a number and it happens on all sides not just like the united states and russia. Both we're going to talk about this. A bit. Both take a lot of nazis to us but like france does it. Britain does it like fucking norway. Does it like everybody's the beanie babies of nazis moment like all you have like the doctor and then get like the mad scientist running factories. Yeah exactly it's like a fucking. It's like a rummage sale at the end of the third reich like who needs an expert with questionable morality. Everyone it turns out. That's what states do i think the most one of the most probably the most offensive example to me would be albert speer who was Like hitler hitler fucking loved this dude. By kind of the end of hitler's life spear was his favourite nazi and albert speer was an architect which hitler always wanted to be and if he probably could have been a decent architect. A lot of people say if he'd focused on that instead art school. But anyway hitler fucking loved architecture loved albert speer spear would like make all these grand designs for like how how the german reich was going to look after the war spear was also the head of war production and the head as a result of that the head.
"albert speer" Discussed on Brain Fuzz
"Era and i found it interesting because hitler wanted something completely else to be left you know. He was very much to neo-classicism and he wanted everything to be. You know in stone and all the beautiful stones and you know just like this kitschy style. Antique style But what remained actually offered him are not those things but are also these towers and i thought that was interesting to have like this huge concrete blocks still standing and kind of decaying on their own. They were. They are ruins and slow. The actually are also gaining repetition reputation again and are like some people are buying the the bunkers and are actually turning them into like something else. For instance like a power. Plants war aquarium indiana. So one yeah so it's interesting aspect that you actually buy something that sold like deep rooted with with hill and with history and then you make it as something else. There's also this mom bunker in berlin called boards collection. They actually guy bought the whole bunker and he he remodeled bunker to art museum. So it's like like if he has a big collection of big names there and you can visit it and take a look. So it's it's something that i thought was interesting. So that's why i decided to to paint this structure. I think it's fascinating and that's a pretty big topic. These days about you know what to do with. Whether it's monuments gonna be repurpose. Stir today need to be raised possible. Or it's definitely we're talking about you know well in this in the in this case. These are gosh unintended monuments. I don't know how accidental monuments. I don't know yeah. Yes yeah they are they are because i also albert speer who was the architect of the third reich. He had a completely different vision of of of the cities in germany. So did these structures are actually leftovers now for me. It's just a bit ironic. Because they were. I don't know it's so brutal on. They're like really pure concrete and nothing else but they had like an interesting concept. Should i was also digging into Like i rich dad. He was presenting to hitler He's ideas how a building will look like as ruin so basically..
"albert speer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"How the Chinese did it. Are they going in? They saw a man and Donald Trump like him or not went up against China started dealing with China. He put, you know, trade site. It's tariffs and really said Look, we're gonna have to work which work with China. By charging them or and now and really dealing with them the way they should be dealt with very harshly because, according to the experts on this show, that's the only way to deal with the Communist man. They got they how that virus got out. It's to suspect to make And we're beating it. It's ironic that Donald Trump comes up with the vaccine to beat it yet. They still got him out of office. Yes, they did get him out of office. And yet they put their guy in office. How scary is that? As scary Is that how scary is the Manchurian candidate? You know, so we got to stay fit. So when I do things like this, so I tell you Monday. I won't be here Monday at the Arthur Idol is going to come in Monday with with Allen with the joke, So I'm going to South Dakota and because Mike Lyndall, my friend called, so I gotta be careful when I say this because people they monitor the show, and then they want to put out things that are negative about anything that you and I believe in and that anything is the United States of America. We are. I don't care what you say. My diehard patriot. I love this country and it's the people that make this country not the government. It's the people and I see it cause I travel around the grave. But by the grace of God, I have the ability and have a job that allows me to travel all around this great country. And every time I see somebody, whether that person is My driver, whether prisons of person I'm working for out there were good people and I'm tired of being lectured. Eight years of Obama was enough, and I'm tired of it. We're right back there, and this was taken this in my opinion and my opinion. This last election was Finical Douin. How's that for a nice work? So so Mike Lindell is forming his own new platform called Frank Speech. It's great and Donald Trump's forming his platform and there's a couple other out there. And I told you about that we gotta We gotta do it smartly. You've got to be under the radar. You know, I lower my literal your voice like they can't hear me. You're not listening. It's just you and me now in the morning, right? They gotta get the guy to take over the platform and you have it. You can't go to Jeff Bezos. You can't go toe Google or or to YouTube or two. You know, Facebook. You know what you know why? Because they they have China at state. That's a huge, incredibly huge market. They don't want it. They don't care about the country. They could kill us. You giving me these people? These globalists could care less so Rose could care less He keeps seeking financing. You know these prosecutors George Soros, and yet the prosecutor's keep getting caught doing bad things and sources doing it. Why? So it goes back to him. It goes right back to him. All the money goes right back to him. That's all this is about. It's all about money, you know. So I'm gonna go down the over out. Where is it? The San Diego that San Diego. South Dakota. Where my going out over. I guess it's up in a way. Uh, Tonto. Beautiful, Beautiful state of San Diego to Dakota. Where am I going? I have no idea where I'm going. So you're up and around and out in under north but above Most other places, so we'll be out there and I'll be out there and we'll be doing this whole big kind of thing for Michael and L. And it's gonna be a lot of fun, and I look forward to it. And I'm gonna have some fun and we're gonna do the band and we're gonna just have Ah. Blast doing this whole thing with Mr Linda. I will be criticized for it. You know they're going to criticize us all for it. And it's gonna be like, Oh, my gosh. Here comes Joe. Going out again and over going to do is just be a A patriotic man. Go there. Hey, So, Joe, Civilian. Thank you. Albert Speer, Boys. Hello. Well, just don't don't don't eat the corn. Don't try and take the corn off the corn palace. Apparently, I guess that's what it is out. It's like that. I've never been there but, you know, according to Corey Lewandowski said, he's been there and send it to the historic place. It's one of those things where you don't want. Oh, I don't want to take anything off of it. Apparently my father has been there twice, He said. It was made of corn, and he said I was shocked that he had been there twice. I'd never heard of this place. But now I dying to go. But that's what I heard. I heard. It's made of corn made of corn really walk up before, but you know you don't want to take it home for like a souvenir. Here's what you're gonna you're gonna try and take it. First of all. What do you even Nothing. I just drinking water. No hovering around. I don't take a lighter and try and make popcorn because I could see somebody taking a lighter and like trying to like the corn receive it heats up. In fact, the corn that's very funny. You think the Jiffy pop is on the sign you back? That would be a perfect sponsor, right? That would be a perfect sponsors. So I'm gonna So this is it. I'm gonna What? I'm point I'm making here. I'm gonna tweet this out. Mike sense something. And will be with Eric with taxes. I'll be with the guys out there and you know it's going to be I'm going to just do my show is gonna be all right. Why is Eric ahead of you in the photo? You sent me this thing He said this thing to see this. I mean, you're behind. You like? Sort of, But I'm next to Mike. I'm next to Michael. No, No, no, I know, but it looks like you're kind of in the way they dangled the photo. You know, I think you should be a little bit more prominent. The fun. Thank you up thinking of me like that. I look, it's all for its all for America. First come first served. Huh? Door's open four P.m. rally starts at six p.m.. So I don't know what the other sound check. Have a full band out there. Anything that happened, you know, so we're put but we're pretty together a full set. The last time I worked from Mike Is I went to Minnesota and he said, Joy need you. I need you to Minnesota to help me out and I go sure whatever you need it just you know what the thing is about making that they criticize him. He's just a decent guy. He's just a nice guy. What he went through. It was just a nice guy. He's been very good to us. Not only us so all of the television he's been Really been such a big, bold supporter of everybody trying to just just talk about how great America is, and he's the epitome of the success story coming out of being a crack addict and everything. And then I'm gonna go out there. It's gonna be a last time I went up to Minnesota we have all I did was I did, like an hour set when some and it was great, and it was just a celebration of just people. Like many people believe in the country, and that's what we're gonna do out there in South Dakota. You know, the corn Palace on DNO. Now I'm trying to broadcast Tuesday because Monday I'll be up and I'll be rehearsing. So, Arthur and you guys will take her out. You're gonna be here on Monday? Yes, I'll be here on my own. Okay. I do appreciate it. Thank you. Believe it or not, I'll be showing up a swell And then out. Thank you for showing up, Joe. Thank you for showing up. You're welcome. Arthur will be here And then Tuesday, we're trying to find a station in South Dakota that I could broadcast from. And we, Joe, How we doing Well, so far, we're not doing too well. One is just unable to accommodate, you know, Studio space, no technology, in fact that they just have a megaphone. They stand on a hill and broadcast of the Mexican but the other one haven't heard from, so I sent an email to the bigwigs and the big bosses and the American muscle. List. Right? Let's stop trying,.
"albert speer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Right here Frank easier Albert Speer and the Susie's in for Debbie do him at Joe Bradley will join us Rosemary back he's not she's running against Mikey Cheryl in the eleventh in the new Jersey's eleventh district and that's a big big grace rose mail joins David Samadi Dr Samadi will join us live judge Jeanine on the radio anything could happen put your seatbelt on baby she's you know she's a longtime friend agree that so much fun with judge Jeanine Pirro and just rip it up and just cool rushing it on her Saturday show on the fox news you know and pastor Dave Watson as well and you always at eight seven seven nine seven of twenty nine and then I just want to reiterate how proud I am to be here on the radio because I'm seeing all the things that are happening now because of this ridiculous of vaio you know a song from the communists with that with the virus around the world and how we are now dealing with it and and and and just how the president is now at that first and foremost have been talking about doing generic drugs even before the fires ever hit for years now it create generic drugs in the state in New Jersey because you know we have to do is create revenue and that's when the one thing the architecture is all they do is taxes and that's why people are leaving in droves and and then that's why there's no real voting bloc because everybody's just running out and leaving the states by the thousands literally every month at because they don't create maybe they don't know how to do it you know if your politician you don't really know how to do it and that's what's good about Donald J. trump is is he's a business guy so now look what he did I can't believe it and and the portal he decided just for can you put it aside for just a second here and I'm reading this story S. right to put this at the lead story we got a lot to talk about we got a lot to talk about what's happening I know Susan rice I know general Flynn and we'll get into all of that and hopefully that'll come to fruition but you know what if we stay vigilant and if you stay on all the things we talk about long enough and and I don't care if you're conservative I don't care if your socials whatever you are what's good for the country if you stay on it we we will get there we will get there and I've seen a lot of the things that I I yeah I was frustrated member with the Republicans as frustrated because I think both parties I've done done done this two party system done it is so time for independence it really is for independence to get him to get involved you know but but but I was upset with the Republicans as they work all the stuff they give Democrats were doing and by the way did they blame president trump for the collusion it was an embarrassment on the Muller probe was embarrassment then they go to the Ukraine if I had a watch and a shift one more day because I have to I have to do the homework I gotta watch out of the ship police and I'm sure that it doesn't want to watch me I need to be fair but my goodness gracious it was just like they had nothing there there's nothing there and we said it all along and we were right and we were right and now I say America first watch out for China women so we would have red flags rollover and it's not just me Pete in the viral came on the show first and then and then it's going to change that we have Steven Mosher to great the author on the show and everybody's telling us tonight we are going to become a Franklin Chang and I lean on him and he tells me what to look out for and he tells me that this was created with the wine institute of virology or what what tell me I don't know it was yes the back end of the bat was no where near the wet market we find that did did praise president G. intentionally release this virus memory is gorging that no one plays the promos we really don't do that on this day I wish they would promote the morning chill because we've we've been we've been a step ahead of everybody else everybody else including me saying president trump is going to win I was that me Mike Gallagher Freddie five boroughs with the ones that were the only ones said not not not that not they did there's no way we set it we did we should have we should have a promo for you five growth I tried to say angel promo you are just on the pitch composure like this like this how many times have you heard me rail about helping distressed areas of the United States and that Democrats have abandoned the inner cities they just they just look to the inner cities for votes that's all they could care less trust me they could care less it's part of the reason and most of the reason why I got so disenfranchised with the Democratic Party and they could care less they were just glad for me to leave the party I'm sure but I always thought they were for the people you know the Democrats as a what is it this is the party of the people come on JFK are you kidding me STR you know and I know the floors if the on a new deal and everything like that but that's but still it even help distressed areas and I was that's part of my mission in life for the last twenty five years helping out those less fortunate than you and I you know there but for the grace of god go all of it you know what they're Americans German Americans white why did the Democrats abandon the inner city why haven't they still stepped up and help Chicago at the south side of Chicago can someone answer that too why didn't Barack Obama put a like a and no disrespect but very objectively I and I say this in I'm so confused that I was so excited when we had a black president you know I know what I know is half way yep I know but but really for all intents and purposes a president of color right and the family was beautiful from where Chicago that why didn't he put like a like kind of a military operation in the south side and just drive the gangs out so the folks in the south side Chicago could live in peace in his hometown I could never figure out and that's why I started looking at the party going he don't care they don't care about those good folks who are Americans going to rail about what's happening at the border and they're going to get to this they get they give more to illegal immigrants in this country than helping out our very own citizens in the inner cities of the United States of America yeah and that's and you know that's a fact in that at that P. that number did it for the end of the thing that gets the proceeds portion did they want to help out illegals it's like M. and yes we love the legals god bless you we'll do that just in the name of god we want to be humanitarian you know we want to be in and we want to help you out but we can't I can't afford it I can't afford it for crying out loud and if you can help put anybody wanting to put the citizens first could someone explain that to me why don't they help out the citizens bank I did and then I go down well don't get me started on it because that you know and again I've had mentors to help me help those less fortunate you know and I see this not in this sometimes of the entertainment community where they don't quite get it so I said okay let me humble myself and I'll go down there and this was twenty five years ago when I was in New York and then I'd walk the streets of Camden and I find these great nonprofits and then a dead duck politicians feel better now you don't have done again the liberal candidate Christine Todd Whitman yes she did she's the one that gave me shivers came they got the money and governor Christie was the guy he and he did some things that a lot of people weren't happy with the way he we adjusted the police force I don't know that I agreed with it I tell you what he help clean up that city in a big way governor Christie never got credit for it by the way what do you like him and I and I understand the criticism but you got to give credit where it's due and I go to Camden County sealed and George Norcross they went after George Norcross governor Murphy does that George Lucas has done more user is like a big political bank and he's done more to build that city up in the late great lose cats my friend in a loose because they built up the city like that I would walk the streets and now it's doing pretty darn good down there Camden's really coming along that's a long member was the most dangerous city in America but now they don't care about it they don't just don't the the demo if not the Democrats that although I got to give the government the shout out actually went down to my favorite not Providence and then outside the boys and girls clubs of New Jersey the unity community abi I have to be honest that governor Murphy went and visited the unity community that's white aside from the boys and girls club my favorite charity down there and that was great so you got to give credit where it's due for all intents and purposes they abandoned at the end then like say this golden cities and put in generic drug production how long have I said that on this flight radio program that and no one jumps up then we had Bob Hugin on from he's going to help it Robert off the simply mean he's gonna make it happen won't be hold loan deal did the president trump criticized constantly about everything is taking the first step returning vital medical supply chains to the United States of America I swear to goodness gracious is what we've been talking about the White House awarded a three hundred fifty four million dollar contract to virgin you start up to manufacture a variety of generic drugs see now who's been talking about that for over six years yes thank you very thank you some of the medicines reading here I needed to treat covert nineteen are currently made in China and India you got it just bring it home the P. P. ease that the name of the company's P. H. L. O. W. and it's called but was as a plow plow Frank Frank I believe it's low flow rate flow and that will lead that they they'll they that they can lead this this whole kind of initiative to make the drugs and bring it home and we love that so thank you Mr president give credit where it's due you know and thanks for taking the hydroxy corporate you know because you know I have but that doesn't think I found out about the show that that it works I got the lord when NZ package thank it works it's a cocktail that works hello and everybody's railing about ventilators is ventilators that they should be tested for the drugs and they should not have been putting hold the patients at the nursing homes I still cannot believe he fake you can ask you some of your ask me anything that you know and I use Michael Goodman is that he's a great journalist he really is from the New York Post energy political guy at the near post and and I said do you think that and I say if I don't like attack every anybody but objectively governor Cuomo governor Murphy they have they must of not known that once you put a corvette patient into a nursing home it's going to spread like wildfire did they not have any health officials to tell them that or did they just do it anyway Frank well I can't speak to governor Cuomo governor Murphy as a welcome on the show in frame of knowledge yeah of course I reached out to both of them this week and they've been on it they'll get back to you thank you the governor Murphy's people dead governor Cuomo's people did not but so I don't know what governor Murphy people say what governor Murphy does they said he's unavailable on the day that I really dizzy he's too busy trying to figure out is map from the rest of his people that he's got the other one got put everybody into one column and then realize all we got to move them to another kind of they were very nice they they said they were unavailable on the date that I asked them for but that let's stay in touch and see if we can't work something out that said we've we've created a good you know well most silence that I got from governor.
"albert speer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Before Cuevas is a buddy now we're friends on social media licensed clinical social worker disaster mental health professional how you feeling we're gonna talk about that Anna Prowse former government adviser to Iraq a former foreign cars in Iraq as well and filled with nary a buddy he's the CEO of Empire State Bank we love feel like that in the shadow of the Kaylee McEntee who was now the press secretary for the president of the United States how cool is that K. leaving on the show from day one when I met her again I met most of the guests that we have a long relationship with them in a new commercial on fox business and fox news Neil would always have to go over and I need somebody as a new can I steal some of your guests for radio and you know that some of those as good as been very good for for us on a national basis and people listen all over so okay SO Kaylee I need a coat over delusion that's it Kaylee have come on on a radius which came in the studio he was in law school in Oxford she did she went to law school right and Harvard Harvard Law School to it then she graduated with a private practice and then she's she got in with the Donald Trump administration and she's been rising to the top ever since not just the press secretary for the president of the United States and you gotta give KV all the credit in the world and she's such a sweet she just had a baby man he said a baby and she's going to go and be the press secretary for president trump so we're very very excited about that it's not nineteen at the six o'clock Frankie is here Albert Speer I got I'm gonna say it again I'm an old joke yes when we come back again if they what I did I think I stole my neighbor's mail and it was a mistake and I had gloves on and I'm afraid to touch to me it's a whole thing when we come back only me Debbie I give myself I you know welcome back you know it's a you know all the best to go to bed if I go to bed okay maybe I can catch Tucker gets two minutes to talk before I go to bed because I got up and got on godly hour well there you go down the long driveway get the mail and I picked up the wrong it's all would be so you know if you return it yet or you're gonna let us now I will let you know when we come back bigger the fight lasted a mail thief now of what was the judge worsted social distancing it's a question of violation of social does that that you have to call the mobile what further you're doing growth god twenty after six weeks right W. A. look at four of the road that I have nine seven DB X. there happening right now good morning Joe let's head out to the northern state eastbound getting outscored post Avenue getting outscored west Perry it's an accident two lanes blocked here northern cities that right into post Avenue now over on the L. I eat less than to get Sophia parkway there just cleaning up an accident there that was a flipped over car and over on the garden state parkway southbound exiting value about one sixteen into the PNC bank arts center let's see what's happening right now as you head over to the subways said MTA central subway plan in place the BC the W. this the the six and seven express all remain suspended cashless tolling of the George Lincoln Holland gobbles bridge Outerbridge crossing and the bay on bridge alternate side to spend it metered roles that affects some rain this morning cloudy today high of sixty five tomorrow rain and wind I have about fifty nine you now know where not to go I'm Debbie.
"albert speer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"To a fucking Justin Trudeau and shut. My foot is far up. His ask is. I'm sure it goes real fast. I'm sure my fucking tickle his fucking nose hairs with my foot because he's such a fuck. I Hate Yeoman or so. He just took another hit a math. Oh my God rest in Peace Rob Ford Man. Such a such such a wild man. Poor poor guy. Doesn't he start? Start to spot the camera. Like right at the end of the yeah. He's like A. Is that phone on. And oh no no. I don't know what piece of shit he was with. But Yeah I think those even before the the prime minister election so just talking about should I didn't. I miss out the first time when talking about Trudeau. So I've is article here. So for for weaves right always we abuse. You could get asylum in Japan if you're having a fight with your family. So this article. Here's from two thousand seventeen. Japan titled Japan Only Admits Twenty-seven Muslim quote refugees to arrested already gang rape Tokyo metropolitan. Police have arrested two. Turkish nationals currently apply for refugee status for allegedly raping a woman in Kita Ward Reports v San Kai Shimbun at approximately twelve thirty. Am on December. Twenty seven last year mark. I can't pronounce that name. I can't pronounce a name. Iverson these guys. Twenty two and sixteen allegedly took a woman agent or thirties to a public toilet near JR ACA Bain station and sexually assaulted. Her suspect also stole nine. Thousand Nine thousand yen in cash from a victim The Guy who who has been charged with rape and robbery claims of Oh boy committed. Both crimes boy admits to only robbery. Charge did not force myself upon her. He is quoted by police in denying for rape accusation. According to Shimbun suspects arrived in Japan last year they applied for refugee status in August. October telling the Immigration Bureau of Japan that they did not want to return to Turkey due to problems that exist between relatives. I mean who doesn't have problems with fucking relatives so hey now I know I get to apply for asylum in Japan because my look you know. My Dad is really pissed off. And he found his anti on my computer. And that I'm a we Abihu and my dad's really not jiving if a whole lawler con thing so I maybe Ian could use that excuse but Yeah so I mean I just totally ridiculous. You're getting refugee status from a country. That's not invaded or destroyed by war. Right Turkey is actively waging war in the region and variable to get asylum in Japan. Go ahead committed these crimes. These violent crimes allegedly while their applications are being examined suspects. Revi- received a visa status granting quote special permission to stay in Japan. Now Mind you. Mark isn't allowed in Japan because he hit a guy in the back of head with a Crowbar and alleged not allegedly actually And so he's a marks. Dangerous Neo Nazi criminal part of an cap gang. Now what okay? That's that's the version I hear but but he was a guy who gave a ride to thank you. Nobody's filling me in on the facts. So yeah mark. Was the getaway driver. I've if they actually James. Oh let's see you James. Have you finally fixed or here all right? So James Webb. What did mark actually do? According to what was that. You can get still can't be reached for comment. Nobody did. All I know is what I read on. Stop freaking wants and I couldn't believe it and then I came to believe it. That mark edging True crime victim still can't be reached for comment like Albert Speer. Juniors Dad finally hell. I know you're fucking historical ignoramus but fear God and love your neighbor as yourself. You do. Neither that's why you're such a chain of the six year old number all right. You're you're boring fuck you. We're finally going to see. What are we gonNA talk about here? I'll talk about Wednesday Okay we're gonNA talk about cowboys. Cowboys lovers taking the Lord's.
"albert speer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Thinks because you get to talk too much can make little talk MEGLOMANIAC. That's why and he's a loser and a liar. He doesn't want to engage in dialogue with somebody that wants to challenge him to think the second time he actually loves to talk to people like that placate in enable his conspiracy mongering and delusions of grander. That's all he's running for governor but I also WanNa say that Hitler's neighbor only friend Albert Speer reminds me of one of your the person that owns that house. You're broadcasting from. He also got off easy for being accessory to mass murderer that is but like Albert speer junior and I'm not threatening anybody a kid's life is going to be ruined. That's a threat James. I keep saying that you're not threatening threat. Your like your. That had the peanut manner he spoke with my father. God bless him. The most decent honorable Christian man in gentlemen. Yes this is my. He's disappointed in your children. Your father is disappointed in fact he thinks it's funny. My father touch me. I'm like I was growing up my ass. Yes Champs you clearly touched. You is ashamed of view great. You know what my father would have done. I mean let's think about you. Call Your father at the most unbelievable nicest Christian men who ever lived and yet here. You are disappointments calling a national radio station to threaten a child. James. I can't imagine that. A decent loving moral upstanding person would be anything ashamed and disappointed by your behavior of other kids. I don't know what you're talking about..
"albert speer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"They're doing just fine like Albert Speer Junior. He's GonNa have his light ruined. The truth is GonNa really really hurt. And it's GonNa be good for him. Okay Change About. Well let me ask you. Let me question here a note. No No let me ask you a quick question here okay. You're on hold now. You seem to be envious that mark and his family are doing just fine now so I have to ask James. How are you doing go ahead are you? How are you doing? I'm James Yes fine. I don't like being lied about on the public airwaves and being duct and being called a racist and the loser by a man who I could break both. His arms mashed his face into the ground. And less than ten seconds and his life would be destroyed and Conan Care Guberman Internet talking about my family public airway. You tell him the college I mean. He was pleased. I'm happy I'm happy that he researched you. I like to. I like to know who the enemy is you and you. James are the enemy Jesse best. Hell monks getting that. He free apologize. Pay Me for the Public Airway you. He hadn't paid me several months ago. Only flight okay. Truly the Aria. Hey Jamie about all the final hatred and pitcher. I returned fire and I'm going to ruin a little tip. Wipe it shouldn't literally you literally couldn't even exist literally.
"albert speer" Discussed on KCRW
"The default style for new federal buildings or renovations of existing buildings think Roman and Greek design just like the White House joining us to talk about this is robin poker Banshees culture reporter for The New York Times wrote about this in the paper hi there hi how are you thanks M. K. certainly is very on Francis and attend host of DNA is here to talk about it too high hello model and all right robin let's begin with you what exactly does this draft order say so basically this is a draft of an executive order it is called making federal buildings beautiful again and it was spearheaded by the national arts society which is a nonprofit group that that the lead contemporary architecture has code in their own words created the built environment that is degraded and dehumanizing so this would rewrite the current rules that govern the design of office buildings that headquarters in courthouses in a federal building they cost over fifty million dollars and what do you want the current rule say I mean the current rules make it possible to have a variety of styles and it was these were established by in part on Daniel Moynihan in nineteen sixty two and the idea was that it was important in his words not to dictate exactly he said there should be a policy should be that their ship that the development of an official style must be avoided and designed not flow from the architectural profession to the government and not vice versa so this runs exactly counter to that and it basically talk in it's in an exasperated tone that that buildings have been kind of the styles have run amok to some extent that America American should feel proud of what those are my words with describing it but that Americans should feel proud of their public buildings that respect the call how architectural heritage of a region and that instead there there have been too many styles that inspire the Wilder meant for the province that is in the words of the drop instead of respect that is their mandate at whether or not the president goes for it remains to be seen but apparently it coming his way okay well Francis one person's repugnant says another person's vision of beauty absolutely and robin referred to that period up to nineteen sixty two when the when the doors opened on to really bringing in new styles in the cut Kennedy was such a great supporter of modernism modern modern architecture and all were you actually used in the Cold War to actually on the to send a message board of Merrick America's kind of openness is fascinating how architecture becomes used as a signifier of the state's ideals I'm in fact pulled neo classicism winds up forty on both sides you know the the White House in the other neo classical buildings of these people absolutely love is a representation of of of the American spirit you know those were originally chose and by the founding fathers because the style deeds symbolize the new nation self governing ideals models all in the ancient green eyes and rocker said yeah he's great ideals but then the very same style was appropriated by Albert Speer for Hitler to design should Manaia so the still also is associated with fascism so so you know it's it had to get the signifies a different depending on who utilizes the style and certainly that of modernism all old old buildings following bonus and have used architecture to express ideas for example the idea of transparency the democratic state might actually want to use a lot of gloss might actually is not what you would see in a neo classical architecture correct them Nicholas clock touch is known for being made of masonry is about balance it's about proportion it features domes colonnades columns but the point is sort of symmetry poise balance and the kinds of buildings that are being objected to tend sometimes don't necessarily put those qualities front and center they have all the qualities robin are there particular buildings that were built recently that perhaps spurred this yes and one of them that they do call out actually is the San Francisco federal building that was designed by Tom main he is it quicker prize winner which is kind of the Nobel Prize of architecture and it's been controversial from the start because it doesn't necessarily fit with a lot of other federal buildings in San Francisco or elsewhere on the other hand if you know one from architectural prices so there are those kind of within the established the architectural establishment who admired a great deal but I I think there is a you know there are two schools of thought here there is kind of the the Intelligencia as far as architectural profession is concerned and what they value and then there's just the general public and whether or not they think the building is unclear not in this case there were plenty of people who felt that they didn't belong it was jarring it and it also did have this kind of public plaza that was supposed to encourage people to hang out and gather instead after five PM after closing time turned out to be a magnet for the homeless so that building remains incredibly polarizing and it is one of those that this our report called out that said Tom main is quoted in our piece yeah we actually gave the final word in which he says that we're a society that's linked to openness of stock and that is always in the process of becoming an architectures obligation is to maintain this forward thinking stance so I think there is a lot of concern that if you actually start to mandate a design sensibility that's a dangerous road to go down right so it took about that'll because we you know Tom Francis yeah yeah we know that building pretty well and he's got several buildings here in Los Angeles and in fact you could say that a close cousin of the federal building in San Francisco asus Caltrans building in downtown LA I'm an absolutely the jury's out on Tom's buildings they are there was no question Tom's buildings all publications they absolutely are they do they have none of the qualities that I just described the classical architecture does they don't go for poise and balance they go for dynamism they go for a certain one Michaelis aggressiveness but you could call it there's a certain artistry with the way he uses concrete and steel lesser you know there's a death star quality to some of his but they're incredibly dramatic they'll they'll there's a tendency to use slightly off kilter forms at times you will find the sort of centralized axial sort of design when classicism so no question that polarizing but I do want to say that white near Caltrans is another federal building the new Los Angeles federal courthouse at some first you thought that well the elegance gloss cues that sits atop now completed the bottom is gonna Catherine Opie all work inside that in a way it's kind of a fast by the architects SO when very important in the history of American architecture modernists anyway thought building really does have poise it's also completely molten and those kind of buildings of the are we really going to say no you can't do buildings that that never got to get out the mobile the phone mall bowl which you often find these days and flower off the sauce with columns well so robin where are we with this this is going to happen and how many buildings with this act I mean I think it would depend on what the effect projects over fifty million dollars but what's interesting and we don't know what you know to what extent the president is aware of the draft is an existing leaning towards that although one would think that to some extent it is reflecting his own values and certainly you know he is a builder and so this does resonate with his own kind of wheel house but I think that what we see is that this is one of those debates that is kind of a perennial I I remember it you know a modern instilled in Goshen New York it was designed by Paul Rudolph that is brutalist and you know there's a lot of debate around brutalist buildings for example and the the bending of Columbia's graduate school of architecture talked about how preservation is not just about saving the most beautiful things it's about saving objects that are part of our history and so I I think that there is the feeling that this is going this is a healthy debate to have and that once you start to create a template for how buildings need to lock you you lose that that sense of kind of individuality and artistic expression that really reflect a generation in an era and so I think that there will be a lot of outcry if this goes through will start be covering and if it does because it will kind of create this much more uniform ecstatic that I think many people will push back against well certainly is a comment on our times robin poker ban is culture reporter for The New York Times Francis handwritten host of cater Lee's DNA design and architecture which you can hear on Tuesdays right here on KCRW at one thirty thank you both thank you Madeline thanks for having me okay joining us for a last box last words Michelle ally with the listener feedback final thought hi hi.
"albert speer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Swagger I'm Kevin winter in our studios red Sox in Dodgers first page thirty minute should now Boston they did not have the kind of struck that they wanted to this season the Dodgers are playing just fine twenty seven games above five hundred red Sox entered today eight games back of the Yankees in the American League east as Albert Speer The Boston Globe noted recently this stopping go start for the red Sox it could be linked to how last season ended look said he's ready to defending team comes out of the gate slowly you could point to a number of different reasons roster turnover can affect the dynamic of the field in in the clubhouse back to where the pressure of phantom media Tatian that only heightened following a championship but when it seemed plays a month the Baxter baseball it can take an exhausting toll on a twenty five man roster the travel schedule has not given the team any relief this year with about six thousand six hundred miles of flights over fifteen days to start the year over seven thousand miles the flight over a dozen days going into the all star break up Janice has five right the Yankees a sweet Sox fall eleven games behind the red rocks farmers in the American League Eastern Division rakes in if there is proof that Major League Baseball may sympathize with the chipping index for travel the league accommodated Boston's request to have few interleague trips.
"albert speer" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Since nineteen eleven Soule 0 lovers lane. Lemon Dallas or see Roxanne Morrison Brian Irvine road in Fort Worth. Well, I wrote a story for the star telegram today, about international trade only, it's not quite the store, you think it is. And that is during the second World War, we had a lot of American corporations, here that did business in Germany, and as Americans and certainly. Very proud of winning the second World War. We heard the story is told by Americans for Americans Detroit was called the arsenal of democracy. That's what it is. And. Are they did a great job force? They built planes, don't tank. They built munitions one point. The one thing that. Alfred Sloan did not want to build at General Motors was the Norton bomb sites for our bombers because it was so intricate. And I'm not making this story up and one of his right hand guys God, probably he died young from cancer, but he probably would ended up taking over GM and tying convince Sloan that they could build the Norden bombsite if they would use ladies of Because they could deal with that level of intricate manufacturing, and they did. But at the same time, General Motors owned OPEL over Germany, and Ford own Ford of Germany, and France. And a lot of other places. Ironically is Henry Ford was refusing to build the Rolls, Royce. Liberty engine under Lend Lease for British fighters, once the war started Ford of Germany was building their heavy duty trucks, for the German military, Henry got the like iron eagle award from Hitler, but just a couple months later, James Mooney who ran OPEL for General Motors. He was given a similar ward. Now, Detroit always said that they left their operations in Europe. They were nationalized. The second the war broke out, in fact, over the years, many letters notes, and everything else have come out. So ain't saying that actually isn't right at all. In fact, the other American besides Mooney that was given the power of attorney over OPEL in Germany. Yeah. He didn't even leave till like, midway through nineteen forty one if not forty two long after the words started, but it's a point about international trade. We want to believe the story. Because it's a great one about how Detroit shifted from car production into military production, literally almost overnight, and helped us win the war. But we love watching an Indiana Jones movie where he's in front of a truck and has got the Mercedes Benz. Emblem on it, even though Mercedes that truck was designed by OPEL built under licence. In any case Mercedes didn't build many trucks for the German army. All no Opal was the largest builder of the trucks, used by the Germans in World War, Two and Ford was right behind it. You never hear the story when we celebrate d day about all of our boys going to shore and France and being absolutely dumbfounded. Looking at all the Germans in Ford trucks. Yeah, it's just amazing. But that's what trade really is. And I bring this up because last week, frontline did a deal on all of President Trump's trade wars, specifically, the one with China. And they're talking about how the Chinese and their computer people have broken into corporate computers in America to steal computer secrets. They also talk about the fact that when you're in China, the Chinese will say in order to do business here, you have to turn over your technology, whether you want to or not. I have spoken about this on the show. For over twenty years. It was not a close secret. If you went to China, as General Motors or Chrysler, or Ford, or Honda or Toyota yet to have a fifty percent Chinese partner, you had to show them how to manufacture cars. You had to put up money to train a generation of automotive engineers, you have to do all of these things, just for the price of admission. Oh, and you had to transfer the technology. There's, there's no secret to this at all. So as I'm doing this story Bradford Snell, who's an author was interviewing Albert Speer, back in the late seventies, who said, you know, Hitler, never would have invaded Poland and the lowlands if they didn't have the synthetic fuel from General Motors. Now. Over the years, Volkswagen BMW and Mercedes. Took their house, historians and outside historians and they went through all their archives and actually came clean on everything. They did in the second World War. They published it even had to translate it and it's not a pretty story. What happened in Germany during world to another Murdy about it at all because most kids, that were working places like Mercedes and OPEL they, they got conscripted and the way you ran those factories were with the slaves that you picked up in all the countries that you conquer, it's not a good story where in Detroit, every time somebody asks them about how, you know, we pulled out, they nationalized our company and we had nothing to do with that. And then they said, well, what about this letter here for nineteen forty two where you're taking Hermann Goering through the OPEL factory and showing him where you're going to build all these parts for the joker wonder bomber. Find that, you know. That's all trade works is never easy. And sometimes you don't care about it. But here's the point of that frontline piece from last week. So they're talking to people who are involved in trade negotiations for our government and these corporations at our American corporations complaining about the Chinese our computers. The Chinese forces turn over this technology. The Chinese have done this, this, the government says, let's write it up. And we will take a case to the World Trade Organization on this and the goal. No, no. We don't wanna do that because we do business in China. Yeah. That was whole point of the frontline deal all the things that you and I know are, are, are morally wrong, where the Chinese demand edge as the price of doing business. There are corporations complain about. And then they go. Yeah. Was really the price of doing business and we make a lot of money. So let's just let Now I know where this is headed. And you know, we're headed to. We have been the richest most powerful country in the world. There are other countries in the world that would like to see us move to second place. I know that you know that I don't think you get up in arms about it. I just think you get everybody together and say you guys want to sit in second place. Or would you like to keep winning and you kinda get everybody together because it's a business decision. And I don't know where this is going other than. When you put business up against it. Whether it be GM and Ford and their operations in Europe during World War, Two their business people. They know this one day, the war's over and we want our stuff back. So you go along to make sure you don't lose your quote unquote stuff. What you do. Here's what happens if you don't go along. You end up Louis Renault or Michelin. Germans took over France et control. The Michelin Michelin engineers having to do all this work for the Germans, they turned the factory turning out war materiel tires in their spare time when they had nothing left to do be as they weren't doing retail anymore. They sat down and they came up with them not making this up. The radio tire Dow was a World War Two invention, my Michelin, because I had spare time when they weren't working for the Nazis Louis Renault also, he was the hero of World War, One because his taxis took all the French troops to the front lines. And that's why Germany didn't get parasol World War One. But a World War Two, they took over Renault. And when the war was done, he looked at them. And he said, if they had not taken over my factory had I, not let them do that. They would have destroyed my life's work imprisoned them and they killed him. That's that was back after World War Two. Now Ford got their factories back, obviously Cologne got back General Motors. At one point, I think Ruesselsheim fell into the Russian spirit things and the American spear. General Motors admitted they had thirty five million invested in Opal. Think about that. And that was the biggest car manufacturer in Europe. Both Ford and GM sued the government, our government after the war for bond bomb damage to their factories and the kinda settled up nineteen sixty four also went on for almost two decades, and there's two stories out there the most common story is both were given heavy tax credits against American earnings for the damage, but I've also read another story that said General Motors got thirty four million dollars for the bomb damage to the factories in nineteen sixty four from us. My point is my point. I'm not slamming GM and Ford for doing business in Germany. I'm just saying when a corporation is trying to make money their loyalties are not quite as clear cut as you think, in spite of the fact that here they fly the American flag in front of their headquarters. It's not true today. And it wasn't true in World War Two and it's not going to be true in China. Our corporations complain and complain and complain to where we had this trade were going. But when the government said, you have a case, let's follow this through the go. We don't wanna do that. We make too much money. And that's why I think this trade deal ends up because at the end of the day, they're going to say, do we do the right thing, or do we continue to make too much money? Yeah, we're Americans will take the money. We'll be back in a moment on five seventy KLIF. I'm Don herring junior died hang.
"albert speer" Discussed on Here & Now
"Make my own invade different living always on the background of knowing what happened in my own family do i understand that as a child you were with your father wants an actually met hitler yes certainly i met hitler i don't remember i saw it on the pictures later on television i don't remember it myself that's how i don't want to remember it they how much did that shape you i tried to find my own way that's was but i wanted to do and i got good influences like i was fortunate to be sent to the united states for one year then i met other people later added jewish teacher late in history she wasn't a mockery boom and later wrote a book about her to find out how she survived and what she did so you you are not alone you cro- up in an community so i didn't feel too exception when you say one of the part of the community we understand you live in a very big house with people who just may need some space on you invite them in including recently syrian refugees your your works have been so good with a capital g. trying to fund jewish female artists trying to raise awareness of other germans bringing in refugees is it a part of trying to to overcome that family history most certainly my husband had me and other sweet didn't want to live our parents had lived we want to be open minded half an open house have half of the people i'm living in in a house community i've lived here since my children were born that because i wanted to have them grow up with other children i have to ask what do you tell your children about their grandfather who by the way served twenty years died in nineteen eighty-one how do you tell a child that i told them the truth slowly and cautiously and and then let my children met my father and so for them it was difficult to understand as it is for me all the time still that such a friendly man could have be an only affiliated but have a leading position in this harbor government which could so awfully many people i can't even i mean i'm trying to wrap my brain around as you say china to understand and here we are i mean you in the united states in two thousand seventeen there was a fifty seven percent increase in antisemitic incidents we know there's been an increase across europe and also a rise of the right across europe is there anything that you have come to understand about your father that people can maybe learn from him it how it is that somebody walks lockstep into this har- cross i i tried to reflect and i think he was awfully i'm business and this is part of it he wanted to have power at least i was more cautious in my life not to get into a situation where don't look right and left anymore but just be ambitious and work and work and be effective so it's not only under semitism its complete lack of empathy and that's exactly what not only me but i hope the majority of society tries to avoid schramm recently will ward the obermeier german jewish history award by open the circle their mission is to build a tolerant future through shared understanding of the past linke to here now dot org hilda thank you so much thank you imagine her father albert speer.
"albert speer" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Modern architecture style. There were only a couple of architects, including Japanese architect, sort of responsible for a lot of the style of it. It has a little bit of a Baghdad feel there are there are giant mosques and also giant Christian churches. Does it have that kind of built feeling of you know, wide avenues and Albert Speer kind of? Yeah. And and and because it's located in the center of Nigeria it has a fairly constant temperature of ninety degrees. That's what you lot during the rainy season. I think dips down to like eighty five degrees during the hot season it gets up to ninety eight degrees. But it's by central African standards. Probably pretty moderate. You know, it doesn't seem like it is in the hundred and twenty degree with a hundred percent humidity kind of world that like Minneapolis seems to be well, I mean, we pick someplace with an awful climate to be our capital. To you know, we have moved it'll to San Diego. But we didn't sure we put it in swamp town USA is that is that the handle swan off just won't down USA doctor. What are the truckers? Call a Buddha there. I have no idea. I don't know if there's a CB culture in Buda because those truckers never took you across the Sahara like you wanted. No. And they would have been in like Skandia trucks. And they all spoke French, I their their system of CB handles has to be something very different. Although we received a book today from a UK publisher that was describing all the cool CB culture and CB handles of UK trucker. So I didn't know what a Buddha has to do with twins. And I really don't know what. Kate truck or trucker wins..
"albert speer" Discussed on Invention
"It was clearly not nearly at the same level by say the fifties and sixties, right? And certainly by the time I as a child in the eighties when I was reading my grandfather's, popular, mechanics and popular science magazines. I I don't remember. Seeing anything about death raise like that was not in. That's where you would see it like that. Right. Those are the places where you would have seen like a popular obsession with this kind of pending technology win those magazines have been from they were they were current. He he was Colonel. Okay. So they were all, you know, nineteen eighties additions. But, but yeah, there was no talk of that. And then also, you know, I think I may have alluded to this in the last episode, but certainly you begin to see a fall off in the the use of of of and death rates in science fiction to you see sort of the return to to using bullets. You see that in like like aliens, you see that. I believe in Bladerunner. They do they have more ballistic techno. Yeah. Yeah. He's got a gun shoots like huge bullets. They're almost like rocket bullets. Yeah. So it's like finally everyone was like, yeah. Kinda done with Reagan's. Let's get back to putting a big chunks of metal and people. Yeah. So Raygun fever never completely went away. But it definitely died down a lot by the middle of the twentieth century. And the question is why. I think a big answer. Here is World War Two. First of all, you could say okay, now, people are reading reports from the battlefield. And it's like where are all these death-ray is we've been hearing about we've been hearing about death rates for decades now and nobody's using them. There were there were a few news reports throughout the war that kept hinting at rumors of a German or Japanese secret weapon that many supposed to be a death-ray. But there were just never any solid reports of one being used in the field. I think this clearly undercut public confidence in the idea of a death Ray being a real thing. I if they're real wire wiring, the major powers using them. But that doesn't mean that during the World War Two era. The major powers were not still interested in death raise. There was some research that continued to go on during this period. If possible they wanted the edge. There's a story that even like the Nazi Albert Speer talks about having this guy coming to him who's really interested in the Nazi government acquiring death-ray is, but he but spear just mocks him. Says okay, I'll make you Commissioner of death rays, Nazis, generally, not known for their their humorous quips. I guess they they th that's that's a pretty solid burn. And of course, it wasn't just some people in the German power structure. You know, the the the allies the Japanese they remained interested in the idea of a death Ray and carried out some research. But it just never materialized. It was never practical would require too much energy. It didn't work at a great enough distance. That seemed to be the major problem was that what actual real physical death-ray research did take place found that. Yeah, you can use. You know, you can use radiant energy of some kind to to cause damage to something. It just doesn't work at a great distance. And of course, in other angled all of this too. Is that certainly by the close of the war. We saw the the awful potential of nuclear weapons hadn't been demonstrated to horrific affects and we're still living in the aftermath of of those. Stations. We are still living in an age in which the threat of of their use continues to remain horror of modern life. Absolutely. I mean, there is a new cutting edge almost science fiction terror weapon to think about and that was nuclear weapons, and yeah, I mean once once you had atomic bombs actually being deployed, you can see how that would replace whatever kind of attention people might have been devoting to extra or not xrays to death rays beforehand, and you can see that in the in the fiction of the time to what will what was big in the science fiction and popular films of the nineteen fifties. It was the.
"albert speer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"So he was a hardcore Nazi he was also hardcore occultist, which I think maybe a lot of the reasons why we we acquaint Nazism with with the occult, but his connection to Alastair Crowley was really interesting because it also Alister Crowley. Wanted to take part in the war effort in some way. And he actually, and I'm not really sure how this happened. But he gets connected with Ian Fleming who goes on to be the writer for the JAMES BOND series. And one of my favorites. Chitty Chitty, bang bang. But in any event Astra Crawley in Ian, Fleming form, this partnership, and there's a couple different stories. But one story is that Ian Fleming who was at the time working for the British secret service asked Croly too. He commissioned curly to do a spell to get at Hitler and get some of his deputies. And so according to Croly, he did a spell that. Put a dream in Rudolf Hess, his head that he should leave Germany and go on a peace mission to England and lo and behold. Rudolph has gets in his fighter plane in and goes to England, and he crash lands parachutes in he is taken into custody and Croly, of course, not you know, was never went to be modest said that that is exactly what to spell was was for. Now. The other story is that. Ian, Fleming asked Alastair curly to write some. Astrological prophecies that he would get into Nazi Germany because some of these Nazi rollers were. Were avid astrologist. So that they would believe this. So there are those two stories there is an account. And I think it was Albert Speer who said that it was a dream that 'cause Rudolf has to leave. Germany and go on this kind of bizarre peace mission to to England. So that's one story about Alastair Crowley that. I found fascinating. That the dealt with World War Two the other is that he inspired the Churchill v for victory sign, which is a according to Crowley was one of his cult signs that he had written about before that is to ward off evil. And so it's almost like Churchill was somehow like giving giving the Nazis the finger every time he threw that. Fascinating. I had no idea. You mentioned has he believed that he as you say was annot secret peace mission had Edward eight. Oh Edward the eighth at abdicated by then. But but he was pretty cozy with fewer wasn't. He I mean did. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And he was. A Nazi sympathizer and even visited Nazi troops. So I didn't talk a lot about him in this. In fact, I don't even mention them. But yeah, that was another possible connection that that has Smythe have been looking for right that he probably thought he would have been welcomed by the by the royals, and it's also interesting to point out that Hitler's reaction after after this secret peace mission on has this part is to completely crackdown on fortune tellers astrologers, the occult all of those those groups, and it gets I think that's where I start to see that. You know, I just I just don't think Hitler had any room for competition. And so he was a complete narcissist. He thought he was God not these other cultists right fascinating. Matt.