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"alejandre" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
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"alejandre" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Is, I think a V I P. O. C. Was watching protest video this morning on a campus at one lane at Tulane University. And they they kept a white guy from speaking about racism because he's a white guy, and they had signs like LGBT Q. Q. I n and V I P O c. You know, black indigenous people of color aren't black people in indigenous people already people of color and that redundant to say, B i P O c. Black indigenous people of code and that, like L G B. Lesbian, gay, bi lesbian and gay Aren't lesbians Gay. So isn't that redundant to but never mind all that. Let's go to Kamala Harris because we're not talking about Hillary Clinton. So let's go to let's go to chemical. She was on with her friend George Stephanopoulos, Lifelong Democrat Party apparatchik on ABC News this morning. And was asked. Hey, Tim Scott, Senator Tim Scott from South Carolina, said that America is not erased his country and then they're teeing it up. Don't you want to say America is a racist country? Uh huh. Come on, say America's racist country. And here's Kamala Harris again back to this. Democrats can't have it both ways. Here's Kamala Harris this morning just a couple of hours ago having it both ways. I don't think America is a racist country, but we also do have to speak truth about the history of racism in our country, and it's And its existence today. Wait a minute. You just said at the beginning of the sentence that America is not a racist country and then at the end of the sentence, he has said that America is a racist country. Now I know that you guys are racist. You're as racist as the day as long and I know that the Democratic Party has sustained on US history and the history of racism is the history of the Democratic Party. From the Confederacy and Jefferson Davis right up to West Virginia Senator Robert Byrd, right after the stuff bigotry of low expectations, throwing the Japanese Americans into internment camps just go down the list. Everything is a Democrat party thinks And then she wanted to make sure because this is their big talking point that everybody is a white supremacists in America. He spoke what we know from the intelligence community. One of the greatest threats to our national security is domestic terrorism manifested by white supremacist. Right, because that's really the all the riots in Portland and Seattle and Chicago and Minneapolis and Kenosha, the dozens of people killed from Atlanta and ST Louis and Ferguson to New York and Washington. All the cities were boarded up because of white supremacists and the dozens killed in the white supremacist riots and the Joe Biden lied about some of that last night because he lies. With great ease with great comfort. He does, but it's the white supremacists, apparently rioting from coast to coast and looting and burning the arson. The attacks on the police literally thousands of police officers injured in these left wing riots. The Democrat Party Joe Biden riots. The The That's okay, though, because it's another thing and the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security yesterday Alejandre Mayor Kosor, Majorca, Um Sent out a memo yesterday, saying recent events including the January six The text on the U. S Capitol, have highlighted that domestic violent extremism. Poses the most lethal and persistent terrorism related threat to our country Today. Now there is no evidence to support any of that. Majorca is a liar. He's a lying fraud and his stooge for this left wing administration. None of that is true. Of course, Um, One person was killed in that riot, and her name is Ashley Babbitt. You see her family is now suing just learned a couple few days ago that her she's family. She can't because she was killed by that police officer while unarmed. No nonlethal force. No may Snow Taser No night stick to the head. Just she was smiling, laughing coming through the window. Misunderstood the situation shot to death by the place, so it was fatal in that regard, and tragically, officer Brian Sick. Nick died of a stroke the next day, two strokes. The Democrats have sought to politicize that and capitalize on that. For their own political again. It's a disgraceful thing. Let's go to some lunch bucket, Joe, This is all a big lie. This white supremacy is the biggest threat to just a complete crock. The left has been blowing up buildings for decades and generations. And this This whole thing is a fabrication. One riot and you get a reputation 300 riots in one year. Republicans have won riot in 300 years and look at this. It's the worst thing ever. So it's worse than September 11th and Pearl Harbor and World War two combined. Joe Biden explained that yesterday and here comes Let's go to sound bite number one Joe Biden last night speaking to the nation Doddering dimwit that he is. The threat is to evolve way beyond Afghanistan and those you in the intelligence committees, the Foreign relations Committee, defense committees, you know? Well, we have to remain visual against the thresh. The United States wherever they come from. Forget about Al Qaeda and Isis are in Yemen, Syria, Somalia. Forget about other places in Africa and the Middle East and beyond around the world, and we won't ignore what our intelligence agencies determined to be the most lethal terrorist Threat to homeland today, Uh, white supremacy is terrorism. That's right. We're not going to ignore that either, because all the people that were killed because you know by white supremacists because that's That's what's going on. This is, uh, the term gaslighting has become overused. But there it is, and then I loved this one. That's just a complete fiction. But it's the most polarizing and divisive and racist thing that he can do racially polarizing, So that's why he's doing it. Lunch, Bucket, joked. Pretty amazing stuff talking about how now keep in mind that he was absolutely dead set against green lighting the bin Laden raid into Pakistan when our brave Navy seals went in, and Rob O Neill shot Osama bin Laden in the head. If Joe Biden had had final say over that it wouldn't have happened And he'd still be you know, and enjoying three meals a day and about about Joe Biden. Last night we went to Afghanistan to get terrorists the terrorists who attacked us on 9 11. We said we would follow Osama bin Laden and the gates of hell to do it. You didn't spend the upper Konar value have kind of seen the gates of hell. The Upperco Narvel and we delivered justice to bin Laden again granted to terrorist threat of Al Qaeda in Afghanistan. And after 20 years of value valor and show your friends tell you to bring those troops home Saturday that well, that was President Trump's plan, and President Trump was excoriated for that. And lunch bucket. Joe was dead set against lighting the red To go in and get bin Laden by the way, I think we have those hush Blackhawk helicopters flying over Washington the last few days, just by the way in pairs of two, here's lunch bucket Joe back in 2012, explaining what he told Barack Obama about going in to get bin Laden at the time President. He went around the table with all the senior people, including the church, the Chiefs of Staff, and he said, I have to make decision. What is your opinion? He started the national security Advisors secretary of State and ended with me got to me, he said, Joe, What do you think, Mr President? My suggestion is, Don't go. We have to do two more things to see if he's there, walked out and said, I'll give you my decision. And then he was completely ignored because you see sometimes smart people use idiots as negative sounding boards. There's some people I've known a couple of people like this in my life. You ask their opinion because you know whatever they do whatever they say whatever they suggest you should do the opposite because they're wrong about everything. And I think that's probably what Barack Obama did with Joe Biden. Whatever, Joe Biden says. I.
"alejandre" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"alejandre" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"I win the Yes. Yes yes yes we're back we're about five minutes away from Mr Barry Hunter let me go ahead and put into Turkestan. Put Out Text Mr Barry Straight silenced. As does there's radio failure. Pardon me pardon me all right so so I just text Barry. Let's see what happens and let me double. CHECK MY WHATSAPP sex Marie. CEO He actually answer me back but it was for something else that I really don't know what I can act on this. You know. I mean I'm sure he'll it'd be willing to give France on a rematch or at least say that he would But I don't know that there's much we can get the one I want to answer me. Back as Arigoma says I want Era Gomez on this show I want to ask Gomez was deal. I know that Oscar. I said they'd be willing to do the rematch in Cancun now. Cancun this Alejandre's from man. I first of all design gave the first fight in Texas in San Antonio as baby Mexico man and that was one of the things that they actually like. Do you think that that the crowd at anything to do with it. 'cause it was a pro Mexican crowder pro lartigue a crowd and deserve mantra chant. Man she said Yeah no man she said no she didn't care but that's a great question. Allah is Jiminez part of the WBZ clean box and program. That's fucking right. Br Br I don't I don't know how the telecast didn't even mention I was the only one that said anything and then I hope that it doesn't get back to him and as in all of a sudden Jiminez in and all of a sudden she's got an issue with me. I'm just going off a physical you know attribution and I said what I said. You know what I mean but but I think I was right and what I said like you heard her post by saying that Shit was even like Whoa unit domain. So you know man I was just excited you know. Don't take my enthusiasm as disrespect. Don't take my excitement As disrespect you know if you're Alejandro Hernandez team got absolutely nothing. Nothing against you. You think you did a wonderful job in there. You fought hard Yemen and and the fact that you called out Clarisa has me excited. It has me wondering I know Clarisa senior fight a noted Clarisa You know sent her love and support to discern dad could be seen on on designs. Instagram Post clitorises in in the comments. Sex and she says she's team design. So she she she must have picked deserve a win. Barry seems to be ready. So let's just get him on and get this thing started.
"alejandre" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Yes yes yes we're back we're about five minutes away from Mr Barry Hunter let me go ahead and put into Turkestan. Put Out Text Mr Barry Straight silenced. As does there's radio failure. Pardon me pardon me all right so so I just text Barry. Let's see what happens and let me double. CHECK MY WHATSAPP sex Marie. CEO He actually answer me back but it was for something else that I really don't know what I can act on this. You know. I mean I'm sure he'll it'd be willing to give France on a rematch or at least say that he would But I don't know that there's much we can get the one I want to answer me. Back as Arigoma says I want Era Gomez on this show I want to ask Gomez was deal. I know that Oscar. I said they'd be willing to do the rematch in Cancun now. Cancun this Alejandre's from man. I first of all design gave the first fight in Texas in San Antonio as baby Mexico man and that was one of the things that they actually like. Do you think that that the crowd at anything to do with it. 'cause it was a pro Mexican crowder pro lartigue a crowd and deserve mantra chant. Man she said Yeah no man she said no she didn't care but that's a great question. Allah is Jiminez part of the WBZ clean box and program. That's fucking right. Br Br I don't I don't know how the telecast didn't even mention I was the only one that said anything and then I hope that it doesn't get back to him and as in all of a sudden Jiminez in and all of a sudden she's got an issue with me. I'm just going off a physical you know attribution and I said what I said. You know what I mean but but I think I was right and what I said like you heard her post by saying that Shit was even like Whoa unit domain. So you know man I was just excited you know. Don't take my enthusiasm as disrespect. Don't take my excitement As disrespect you know if you're Alejandro Hernandez team got absolutely nothing. Nothing against you. You think you did a wonderful job in there. You fought hard Yemen and and the fact that you called out Clarisa has me excited. It has me wondering I know Clarisa senior fight a noted Clarisa You know sent her love and support to discern dad could be seen on on designs. Instagram Post clitorises in in the comments. Sex and she says she's team design. So she she she must have picked deserve a win. Barry seems to be ready. So let's just get him on and get this thing started.
"alejandre" Discussed on Dear Sugars
"Slip away very well, said Steve. I think that just making amends. Again, I keep going back to that, but I think it's never too late to do that. Like Cheryl now we're talking about with our moms with stupid teenage things we did, and then suddenly the relationship was over and we didn't get a chance to kind of move through those. It's the same thing. If your friend hadn't died young broken heart than you know, maybe in a few years from now, you would have gotten back in touch and developed a longer relationship and had the chance to go back and talk about those teenage years and talk about maybe what happened when she was twelve, but because that's been cut off and the box has seemed seems like it's been closed now. It's this thing that feels really painful and that you want to try to fix, but can't it's going to keep coming up for you over and over in so many ways, like a rubik's cube trying to make flying up until you make some kind of a men's within yourself or with her on a spiritual level. You know, whatever that looks like for you. And I think that again, writing letters can be so helpful with that. It's very powerful. The end of your letter, young broken heart. You ask, how do I use these lessons as I parent my two beautiful children and it's such a beautiful question, and I think there are a couple of things you might think about. The first is that this is partly a lesson in the fact that you can't control death, but you can control your life. And as you think about whether you want to share this experience with your kids, talk to them about it in any way. One thing you might think about is to may be particularly as they get to be towards teenage years. That part of this experience is teaching us that you're not responsible for the pain of those around you, but you can try to help mostly by talking to them by listening to them by asking if they're all right. If they seem troubled, it's important that you don't say to your kids g you know, always checking on your friends. 'cause years later gonna feel guilty if they end up dying, that's not a healthy model, but it is healthy to say, look, part of. With the way we control life is by being compassionate and aware and paying attention to the people. We love because the central thing that you want to, I think teach you two beautiful children is not to bury feelings, deep within. So I wanna say one other thing on a very practical level young broken heart, you say, I feel desperate to connect with someone who loved her tail, and I want to encourage you to do that. Yeah. Say a couple of times that you're you feel sure that her parents want nothing more than to bury this, that they raised her from the internet and all of this. And and I don't question any of that, but that doesn't mean that you can't reach out to them that you can't track them down and send them a letter or ask. If you can come visit them to talk about their daughter, you knew them a long time ago and they are also grieving. Alejandra, there might be an opening where you can't imagine one now. Now, of course, you also could be exactly right. You could send them a letter and they could say, we don't want to discuss this or they could not respond at all. But I think it's worth a try. You know, on the show were always talking about taking emotional risks and being vulnerable. And I and I do think that there is a chance that you could have a really healing conversation with her parents. The other thing is you don't say whether or not Allah hunter has children are how old. Old her kids are if she did have them. And you know, I think that one of the things that has been powerful in my own life is those times where I have made contact with somebody who who knew my mom longtime ago. A few years ago I was doing event in Colorado where my mother went to high school and I got an Email a few months before I, I made this appearance from somebody my who was my mom's good friend and it was amazing. She showed up to my event. She gave me all of these photos that she took had taken of my mom when my mom was like sixteen, I could see my mom's writing in her high school yearbook. It was just an unexpected gift from the universe, and I didn't get my mom back, but I got something I connected with somebody who had once also loved my mom. And so if a la- hundred does have kids young broken heart, I really encourage you to connect with them now. Maybe they're not old enough to connect with yet, but just keep that. It in mind, maybe ten years down the line, you may contact. Totally. I love that. And I, I've been very meaningful moments in my life to when people have reached out with letters about my father. My mother stories are pictures expectedly, but I also think that you can also share young broken heart. You can share that your memories of Ella Honda with your own children. You can tell them about her. You can tell them about the games. You guys played yet language. made up this the ventures you had together, what it was like to be best friends at that age or whatever age your kids are. You can relate to the times that you had together. I think that's one of the the loveliest way to keep people in our lives at such a better way than holding onto guilt or is is really honoring those people and talking about them and bringing them back to life in the lives of people around us. Right. So one thing young broken Arthur, we should also acknowledge that might make it a little bit more difficult to reach out to her mom, for instance, who you say, you cared for new cared for you and even to talk. Talk about Allah with your kids as she died by suicide. Yeah, and that's really loss plus shame. Really, you know, there's there's a real culture of silence around suicide. It's a distinct form of morning that is complicated in ways that I think a death by natural causes or by illness or calamity are not all the more reason. I think if Allah hunter does have kids to reach out to them someday because I think like you young broken heart, her children will also be having some of that guilt. And I think that there's a really powerful story to be told in your witness of Alejandre's struggles as a teen. If in some ways you can be a player in the healing of the other people who love Alejandra sharing those stories. I think that is a powerful form of medicine for yourself, Claire. Any final thoughts for young at broken heart or racked by guilt to, you know, just again. This, the sentiment that neither of you are alone and letting yourself be changed by this, you know, death and really change us a break US Open in often pretty beautiful ways. We, we go about our lives thinking that everything is just going to go as it's going to go. And then all of a sudden something like this happens and it really causes us to stop and take a look at not just our past, but also our future. You know, what is the life that we're living? If the rules are that, that there are no rules in that we can't control our environment and we can't control when we lose somebody. We can't control what we're going to regret. Then how do we live the best life that we can, you know what are changes that we need to make right now? What are things we could be doing differently? Yeah. And I think for both of you, I do kind of rituals a very simple thing. The anniversary of my mom's death all almost always walked to a beautiful place, a river stream lake and pick some flowers, cast them into the water. While thinking about the beauty that my mother has not only was but has brought into my life years decades beyond her. And I think that that will always be true all the days of life's the beauty that was my mother will live in me and that is a gift that is not grief that is a gift. And I think that the deepest place in grief for me has been recognizing the gift of of my grief, turning that ugliness into beauty, turning Zara into life. And that's what I wished for both of you we should do. That's. listeners.
"alejandre" Discussed on Lip Service
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"alejandre" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"Under the umbrella of her working at their arab american association meb and at man it wasn't until we mick carmen who woods how her part of the story because she is the connect the carman for us is the big sister at bridges all gaps in that is because i believe the training as she has received her entire life is about love unity and how to bring people together in and see the best in folks um and i think you know harry reid being her men sore he brings us all and makes a sit down at the table regardless of how we feel about one another he's like i don't really care which i'll have this particular job that has to get done and it needs to happen in all y'all have the putsch a brain scan the so it is really because of carman that all of us are able to work with formally incarcerated bogues um you know it could be the the bigtime celebrity it could be the person lives on a street corner as somehow we find a place for everybody to fit at the table in everyone's voice is important i love that carman is the bridge laden the everybody gets arman akber of the president in the youth in the elders though that have something in those at that's been my training linked to meet the said for the past twenty years um i was under the the mentorship of non alejandre's who you know we worked in prisons we work with various gangs um i grew up in the culture in in i also know that that's something that mr belafonte brought me on board thirteen years to do was to build coalition and to build bridges between communities but it was really in 2013 where i started kinda seeing people in my agegroup my peer group that had been working for people like reverend al sharpton in um.