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Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

All Things Considered

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

"About unconventional casting choices in film and TV. Mindy Kaling playing Velma and Scooby Doo spinoff Black Jamaican actress Jodie Turner Smith playing the doomed wife of Henry, the eighth and the British miniseries and Berlin. My dear sister No holds a loose tongue in her head. So does this sort of diverse casting violate some unspoken rule about realism critic Bob Mondello takes a long view, he says. Cross cultural Casting has always raised eyebrows, even though it's as old as casting itself in the fifth century BC When the Greek playwright escalates, needed a defense attorney for his leading man in the tragedy, the Oresteia he picked the God Apollo choice You do not make if you're worried about verisimilitude in casting. Live theater has always assumed the audience can make imaginative leaps. Whether it's depicting warrior kings who rant my kingdom for a horse or founding fathers who rap. I am not throwing away my shot. Hamilton, of course, is a special case. Just like my country. I'm young, scrappy and hungry, and I'm Shot. It's a Broadway musical, famous not just for putting hip hop in the mouths of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington but for matching black and brown faces to those historic white characters. Every time I write a piece of theater, I'm trying to get us on the board Latino composer lyricist Lin Manuel Miranda, speaking with fresh air's Terry Gross, black and Brown artist. This is a story of America, then told by America Now it's our country to with inclusion as Hamilton's calling card, diverse audiences made it a worldwide phenomenon, an outcome that seems natural. In retrospect, but that flew in the face of decades of theater practice in 1986. When the stage union actors equity convened the first national symposium on nontraditional casting. It noted that more than 90% of actors hired in the U. S were white and presented scenes designed to help theatre makers consider other possibilities. In Tennessee Williams's

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"black jamaican" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The killings of George Floyd, Briana Taylor and Ahmad Aubrey this year have again highlighted the many racial inequities in the US, Some companies and organizations have tried to make some steps and take steps to educate employees requiring them to go through implicit bias training. Training educates workers to be aware of and guard against some of those stereotypes and mental shortcuts we take without thinking about it. And Alan U of W. H Y wise, the pulse has been looking into whether implicit bias training really works. Andrea Lawful. Sanders runs implicit bias training around the country. One time she was working with the police district. She shadowed an officer for six hours. The officer is white. She is black Jamaican. At the end of the day, he admitted something for her. The gentleman that I was driving with this particular day said to me when you first came to us, and you said that both your Children graduated from college and that they had never been in trouble, he said. I looked at you and said This can't be true because I don't know any people of color that are successful and doing well without somebody giving them a leg up. She says she was actually encouraged by what he said. Because it meant he was thinking through what he learned and trusted her enough to be vulnerable. The office is like the training so much. They asked the superintendent when she was coming back. Off course. Sometimes people do not want this training. Make no mistake about it wherever we go. Many in that group are somewhere between defensive An outright hostile Laurie Fridel is a criminologist at the university off South Florida. She works on a team that trains police departments around the country. They know they're going to fair and impartial policing training, and they think that we're going to stand in the front of the room and treat them all like gracious, she says. Their team gets around that by saying the training is on human bias, not police bias. Also, all the trainers are retired or current police officers. So the office is getting trained Countess Miss it as some academic parachuting in fora Day. This training is not gonna cure a racist cop of animus towards minority groups, but it will inform the police officer of good intentions. Every officer is a part of the problem of bias placing and a significant part of the solution right now, many organizations and companies say they want to create equitable and fit working environments. They offer implicit bias training as a solution. But does it work? If the goal is training to eliminate implicit bias is there's no evidence that that training works. Tony Queen World is a psychologist at the University of Washington. He is one of the researchers who helped coin the term implicit bias. He says the training is a good way to learn about implicit bias. But really change goes beyond that. It has to be structural. For example, implicit bias is often come into play when people have to make quick decisions. Three world and his collaborator Calvin Live, recently reviewed implicit bias research and found that's one of the areas that needs to be addressed. Here's lie, a psychologist at Washington University in ST Louis is a lot of the strategies revolve around how do you give yourself more time to think? How to kind of put guard rails on how you judge other people, so that you're less likely to act on your biases. For example, one way to reduce bias in job interviews is to ask people who are deciding whom to hire to justify why they think one person is better. Rather than going by intuition to avoid just picking people like themselves. But employees have to understand why they are doing this. And that is where the training comes In. Evelyn Carter is a social psychologist and director of training at the diversity and inclusion consulting company Paradigm. What research shows is that if you want to actually get people to change their behavior, you need to give them a mild amount of discomfort and fear and then immediately follow up with strategies they can use to avoid that scary outcome. And this takes time. Andrea Lawful. Sanders, the trainer, We heard from earlier says she works with companies for years on policy and culture changes. This work his tool. Too intentional. It is too precious and it is tenuous for you to say, Well, I'm going to train you for half a day, and that's the end of that. And every time someone calls me and says that's what they wanted, other than you have the wrong trainer because I can't do it. You're you're wasting your time. My time and your money right now. Companies say they are interested in doing this work. Calvin Lie says there is hope that this isn't just a passing fad. Some of these inequalities are so deeply embedded in the fabric for society when it comes to things like generational. Inequalities and things like income and wealth that there is no way that they could be done overnight outside of incredibly radical redistribution of income and well but same time, you know, I think that there can be periods where there is dramatic change, and I think we're living in one of those piers right now, he says. This moment and the shift in public opinion. Is different than what came before. But the change is something that could take years to happen for.

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"black jamaican" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

Standing On The Shoulders

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

"Lend found his giant pretty early on when he was a lonely teenager who spent his young life being driven from one children's home to the next. I had no parents have no nobody was calling me to see if I was okay. But the point is is that. Honestly. The one person. The giant. Whose shoulders is stunned upon. Who was there when I was in the children's homes Thinking that taking my name when I broke down into depression at sixteen and couldn't get out of the apartment. When I, noticed that everybody around me there was so many people who are racist who were looking after me who beating me because of the color of my skin who was spitting at me from cars who was telling me no, we don't see color. This color is not relevant. You've got a chip on your shoulder who would telling me that everything that had happened to me had not happened. The person who I could. Hold onto who seem to his lyrics speak to me. Was Bob Molly. And he had sounds like survival and songs like him. Could you be loved don't let them fool you. He spoke to my heart as A. As a poet and as a musician as. A man who was as political as he was spiritual a man who came from the villages of right out in the country Jamaica. On looked closely he was struck by all the correspondences between his hero's journey and his own. He wasn't a city boy but who then came to the city. And owned it like I came from the villages of Lancashire to the city of Manchester and owned it. But Molly, was mixed race is father was white English on his mother was black Jamaican and his father's name was noval. Norval very much like Norman. And he was an outsider when he came to the city when he came to Kingston Jamaica on I was an outside when I came to moss side. You know and. One thing of learn about lot of my black heroes they came from the outside. They needed to learn about who they were. They needed to find that people find that tribe. Of course now I know just as molly new just as Malcolm X. came to know just as Martin Luther King came to know the tribe is not of the color. It's of something much bigger much more profound. It's it's something which is of the of the heart and the spirit and the politics. You'll try these what we all spend our lives trying to find. You know. It was so different than, but now I know that my tribe is everybody. Like it's it's everybody. It is the poor old racist in the north of England who come communicate account get he's my tribe. He deserves helps. You know as much as it is the the great rastafarian here in Hackney near where I live. I spent my adult life searching for and finding my family Alex. And I found a picture of my father. My father was a pilot for Ethiopian Airlines. and He co-piloted the Emperor Highly Selassie. for which. He was given the presence from the emperor. My father died in a plane crash in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, four. And I found him about him in nineteen, ninety five. When I made a documentary with BBC in my search for him. In. The one picture that you'll see of him. He's wearing the exact same ring on his finger. That Bob Marley. was wearing on his finger. The ring on Bob Molly's hand was given to him by Prince Watson the son of the emperor. By the time I found my father in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, I'd already written two books of poetry one of which quotes Bob Molly. There are some incredible things have happened in my life. But. Coming from the village in Lancashire from their life where I was not supposed to put two two things together. Fighting for myself listening to molly at times when I was at my most broken. To now being friends with his manager. To have made documentaries on the will service and on radio for about Molly and is of his effect on the world. that. My father has that ring on his finger. You can see it online. In fact, if you go online, you'll see my father with one of the Emperor Highness lassie's lions of the top of the asked us remember when I was a child I didn't even know I was Ethiopian. I feel as if I'm. Ebbing and flowing with these extraordinary connections that you are making that you have made in your life. It reminds me of those moments of inspiration you said that family is about memory. About having those memory moments and for you. Bob Marley is checking back in with Bob. Right. This is where I'm at now Bob, we're listening to this song. This is where I'm at the last time I listened the song I was listening to it in this situation and the ability to find somebody living or dead that has been connection with all of your us all of the limbs, the Norman, that time to the leme that is the now. To have somebody there he then becomes family and then to find that connection between him and your father, it's sort of I can see how important that needs to be for the sense of who you find yourself to be now. Alex Seventeen and a half. I was imprisoned by the government in what's known as assessment, center? I'm I have proved that this happened to me illegally and I took the government to Colton. Own Life has been about finding evidence for what was what wrongs we've done to me. However, it was in that place that I listened to Bob Marley and I listened to James Speak of mental slavery I read two books on his life story in him I saw somebody who was spiritual political confused loving. And uncompromising and I think that's the one thing that I learned is that we in a lives a told to compromise often by people who are frightened..

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"black jamaican" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"What's the What's the problem? Don't you know is he's Joe Biden. He can plagiarize anything He wants to plagiarize and nobody's going to call him on it because you know, Democrats and media And I repeat myself. That's the That's the problem. So another plagiarism scandal for Joe Biden going backto 1987 in politics when he was running it now? And now in 2020 old habits, die hard old Joe Biden. Poor, poor fellow. Love is more powerful than hate. Hope is more powerful than fear and light is more powerful than dark. I I might say darkness. Maybe I might, but you know, but that's Joe Biden and then you find this Canadian On the Canadian Jack Layton is his name had words that were eerily and remarkably similar to what Joe Biden uttered in his big speech. And even Canada is like, Hey, come on, give us their speech back, right? All right, But that's okay because he's Joe Biden and the news media simply won't cover it. They just won't talk about the job. Biden plagiarism because They're corrupt her on his side, and they're not going to tell the truth there. Just going Because Joe Biden he's got a higher I Q than you and Ah Joe Biden. It's all right. All right. Listen, lots of lots of good stuff to get to, including the boat. Joe Biden, Joe Biden this and Joe Biden. Let's actually let's get some backup from Joe Biden Audio from the Big David Muir Robin Roberts interview. Where did we leave off Michael? It was We were at we had used 22. All right, Let's go, Tio. Let's go there, and Robin Roberts and Joe Biden did you feel pressure to choose a black woman as you? These are the hard hitting because they said, they explained upfront. That there were no holds barred, and they could ask the hard questions. They want tough questions. Mr Vice President. You made it clear early on that you were going to select a woman to be your running, mate. You select a woman of color. Did you do that to rally your base? Did you feel pressure? To select a black woman. No, I didn't feel pressure selective black woman, But what I do think is that the government should look like people. What do the people look like? The government should look like the people. So that's why you have a septic Jin Eri in white guy as the Democrat frontman for those traveling road show. Is that what I'm supposed to understand supposed to look like the people because it's the The people here is from MSNBC, Shauna Thomas, talking about this very same subject, as a matter of fact, is them ways her selection is a result of black women and black people exerting the political power that they have in this country. Now, you know, I looked back at the Washington Post opinion piece from seven black women who basically were like Joe Biden has these black woman and that was, I think, written back in May, but In some ways, and maybe I shouldn't say this, but in some ways, go bite and got boxed in. He got boxed in by history. He got boxed in by historical choice. He got boxed in by people saying, Hey, by the way, we're here. We've got some power and we have a couple of demands. Power and demands you see, and the power and the women. They're burning our cities and attacking and injuring hundreds and hundreds of police and sacking and looting and the arson and the smashed windows. You know the Democrat Party whole thing there. And she's saying no was made quite clear by the Democrat Party. You will choose a black woman and you know the hedge a little because she's both Indian and black, Jamaican and Indian. And But that's okay David Mirror because no questions were out of bounds and because there were no holds barred Hey, did go in, and he said there were these debate moments. He didn't pursue it. Of course, where you called Joe Biden are racist or seem to suggest that he's a racist. You're one of those little girls with the busting and he opposed integration. And he's a racist and all this time, but then they never really go anywhere with it. You remember that moment, Senator Harris here on stage talking about being a little girl who was being bust and you sort of The vice president's words about working with segregationist senators that they were hurtful and personal. I think the American people want to know that these aren't debate moments. These aren't political points that when you say they were hurtful and personal, you mean that. And so I'm curious what the vice president has said to you. Since then, that made you think, Okay, I'm okay with it so I can join this ticket. You know what? Okay, I'm okay with this. I can join this ticket. That was the That was the pressing question. Not here's the video of you saying these really nasty things about Joe Biden being racist. It's just a T up. To slap down. That's the whole point. Right? And doubtless they had seen comma Law on Stephen Colbert, which was an extension last week on CBS. Late Night, an in Kind contribution. To the Democrat Party. Stephen Colbert had all of the cast of characters from the Democratic National Convention on his show. After they were on at the and Camelot went on Stephen Colbert and he asked her kind of the same question. In those debates. You landed haymakers. Joe Biden. And now you guys seem to be pals. It was a debate. Not anybody landed punches like you mean it literally. It wasn't debate debate. She's on drugs. She is on very serious drug. She's got a lot of drugs. Nobody cackles like that. Honestly, it's boy. Oh, boy. Oh, boy. Hey, listen as we're all kind of adapting to the brave new world in which we now live We still.

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"black jamaican" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Are a viable come on duty were something you can sell or something that can be successful so either you're not an astute businessman or you're inherently races when it comes to black music in this country those are the armed forces troops because there's no other explanation for it in your podcast party talks about how his massively dangerous with a con number five on the Billboard hot one hundred in two thousand eight he was exploding all around the world except in his own country what was at the heart of that I mean you know Cardi was so giving for this for this series in this episode and this is another reason why it is literally not a trick podcast because the artist at the center of this episode is is cardinality shop this episode really was my way of giving Canada a tiny window into cartes journey and I really wanted to focus on Cardi because he really was the first artist to to really make Toronto a central part of his of his rap persona and this is long before Drake you know that's important to note and of course you know he's standing on the shoulders of of what he he would call the holy Trinity of Michy and three more years and maestro fresh Wes who all to some degree expressed you know what an authentic black Toronto identity could look like in in their words and and in their sound and image the but the difference is that Cardi is like this relentless advocate for for black Toronto pride with in his hip pop image you know he's loud and proud and distinctly exuding is he sort of black Jamaican black Caribbean Toronto this and and this is all before before Drake and the difference is that you know while Drake went through some stuff Carty was continuously under valued and dismissed by the Canadian music industry even when he had this big global smash record with dangerous encourages experiences is is also in many ways worse than Drake's because Carney had to contend with a lot of factors that we eventually I'm packed in in this episode as well too so we're in a moment where ideally and hopefully the world seems to be waking up to systemic anti black racism in various sectors in the wake of George Floyd's murder by a police officer but why do you think it's taken so long for stories around anti black racism in Canada's music industry to start coming out I I mean I think this moment is interesting because you know George Floyd's horrific murder what is for some reason I have no idea it was able to resonate in a way that has allowed us to examine anti black I systemic racism throughout a wider range of rounds with in society so not just the police system or the political system which were used to analysing these moments but you know now in the music and and media companies you know we're seeing these stories about anti black racism in in Canada's music industry and to to to answer your question you know they were always black reporters black journalists wanting to cover and unpack these issues that black artists and in this case black hip hop artists have faced here in Canada but there wasn't the opportunity from you know people controlling what stories get covered to allow these black brown even white journalist who wants to tell the stories that to tell them and so I'd be really interested in this study that could kind of look at the kind of coverage that Drake's Juno stop or the rascals Juno protest or or cartes guitar smash actually got in the moment when they were breaking news stories and and by that I'm not saying that they weren't covered at all I'm just saying that you know how much coverage did the stories get and and where they covered by experts from within the culture and and and how many comprehensive think pieces unpacking these moments did we actually see you know so when you when you ask why it's taken so long I think that's actually a question I think that has to be asked to the CBC to to you know now magazine trying to start like just all of this sort of institutions that have been covering a Canadian history if you just tuning M. my name is Tom Tom I guess today's Ty Harper posted the new CBC podcast series this is not a Drake podcast and as I mentioned before he started working at the C. B. C. yourself you co hosted a legendary hip hop show in Toronto called OTA live on flow ninety three point five Canada's first black owned radio station it's been called Toronto's most beloved radio show you interpreted that interviewed so many up and coming hip hop artist like you know Chad and yeah and and drink so this is a clip from two thousand seven this is you and Drake talking about his own replacement girls gonna happen but if you got it take a listen I mean you know we.

"black jamaican" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast

The Pascal Show Podcast

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast

"The cars. or or you break the social distancing rules and he just. meet. Party anyway. You know spitting each other's mouths and eyes and stuff lick each. You know what I'm saying anyway. Real quick before you go before we head off. Enemy nation did put something up and I guess he feels like you, didn't you guys did not answer this question. Fully so I'm GonNa. Throw it out because I. don't want him thinking or I. Don't want anybody thinking that the questions on. Under the chats are not addressed or that. We're going to avoid them as much as we can. So I'm going to read this really quick. Please ask Jack and Tom to answer my question of why the disparity in income levels between native blacks, an immigrant blacks, Jamaicans, Hatians Nigerians, Ethiopians and Dominicans I guarantee. They can't answer it truthfully without being racist by their own definition of racist. So I'm leaving it up to you guys. Go? Well I mean it's a little above. My pay grade here is to. Figure out why there's Why that if that disparity exists why it exists? I. Don't know I a white guy I don't really know I. Don't know what the full black experiences of black Americans as opposed to immigrants of African descent I couldn't begin to answer that I have no idea. I would imagine. I have no idea. Okay. Everybody's different maybe. I maybe growing up in some of those countries. A different experience than growing up in America I have no idea. Maybe the people that are coming from those countries. Maybe, they are people that have the means to immigrant to immigrate, maybe already have the financial means to leave their home country and go to another I. really don't know it. It's not. A. I. I really couldn't tell you I don't know. I mean everybody's experiences different. Yeah. And that's as good as answer. I can give I really. Hey, I know that what he's saying is true. I don't know that African you know immigrants of African descent to financially outperform. African Americans that were born in America I have no idea I I don't really know how to answer though. Yeah like the only thing that I can think of is. That's gotta be. Based off of schooling and the school opportunities that have been changed, and then also the familial setup so like again. I kind of mentioned that before about whether or not. You're raising a one family. Situation, or to you know system. I. Again I don't know I don't know what I right answer is. Exactly the time I got on no. Extent of it. but I'm sure that you know if there's a system that's been set up in place here that and furthers the in the poverty level levels of people and. If someone more setup financially to come over here to immigrate. I maybe that gives them a heads up. I don't. I don't want to be racist to answer the question. I'm not trying to be racist. Answer question. I don't know My own definition of racism is I think it's the same as everybody else's. The. I hope that you know there's chances and opportunities to everybody, but obviously that's not how it is You know so I I. Don't know why there's such a disparity level doing it. You gotta look at everything else. It's not I don't think it's a one. Easy answer there. It's the entire upbringing of who you are and your family, and what has been brought down upon your family for generations, and then what situation currently in where you raise the how the the laws leading are in affect you directly, and there's an the entire society and societal cultural changes is how it affects everybody, but there's going to be your coming from one culture to this culture, I imagine there's differences and whether it's financial or family, family or education. That GonNa add into all that. I did go ahead go ahead. Did you see where enemy nation you know then said, but you have no problem explaining systemic racism just about the. Yeah well. Yeah, because there are definitely things you can point to Jim Crow era power structures that are still in place today. I can't speak to the black experience. I can't do that. That's well outside of my ability to say. Here's what black experiences for black people born in America and here's what it is for immigrants of African descent. I can't speak to that. I don't know that experience. But what I can do is say okay. Well there, these power structures that were put up after the end of slavery that are still in place today that a lot of people don't even realize started with Jim Crow. So. Yeah I'll talk about systemic racism. Because is something I can look at and read about in. Inform myself on. But, you know what the what is like growing. UP BLACK IN AMERICA I. I don't know what that's like, right. No. Is there a difference of comparing the to who the poor whites versus European immigrants that come over and are successful I mean. Is there any kind of a line that can be drawn there to? Show, the same thing that immigrants have some difference of opportunities or anything like that I I I don't know. I mean an. Enemy nation is trying to make. Is that systemic racism doesn't exist I? Don't really know where to begin with that argument because it does. I don't know where to begin with that. Arguing right and it's like saying the sky isn't blue right. Right and that's the thing I think that. It is a very good question, or it's a very good very good topic to bring into a discussion. A little bit later on I. think that you guys answered in the best of your abilities right now like on the on the spot. That kind of thing, but the thing is is that I also feel that no offense to enemy. You know love your brother that I feel like he's trying to get you guys to squirm a little bit. And that's totally fine. That's totally fine I. mean shoot. That's what happens on on this show all the time you know. I squirm a lot. But it is. He? He does pose a lot of really good questions. That I think that we can talk about on the next show. You know we can definitely talk about this more in more depth, the next show for sure. So anyway. Hopefully, we were able to answer some of the questions is still throwing out questions after question. There's nothing wrong with that. We encourage it all day long. We're here to have the debates and have the conversations, but unfortunately we got gotta wrap the show up it is that time unfortunately. But we have got to get going. I WANNA. Say A big. Thank you to my my my boys, thank you. John John. Thank you, Jack, and Tom Yum. Jacket Tom Thank you so much for being on the so today. Guys as always you guys. My brothers I love you guys, so thank you so much for being on, thank you. and of course I will be on a little bit later on this evening. Seven PM Central Standard. Time, of course, thank you, everybody who came on to check out the show and all that stuff enemy. Thank you so much for the questions. Thank you so much for calling in and throwing two cents. I will be on at seven PM Central. Standard time tonight to talk about all more a whole bunch of other things that are going on in Zeverta because obviously the world keeps on turning. Anyway, it's time to get going. Be Good yourselves. Be Good to one another. And I'll see you. Guys at seven must love to you guys. This is the Pascal show..

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"black jamaican" Discussed on Just The Sip

Just The Sip

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on Just The Sip

"Welcome to just SIP. I am Justin Sylvester and today we have one of the FINEST BLACK MEN ON TV. Joining us for this podcast. This conversation was it was jeep. I found out a lot about myself. I found out a lot about the queer eye. Cast I mean there were some nuggets in this interview and I'm just so happy to have one of the most enlightenment join me today. On this podcast. Please welcome Kerama Brown. Thank you for coming. I'm so glad to be here. We are at just a SIP with the one Kerama Brown. Everybody thank you. I'm calling this episode sex drugs and Maury Povich book. If you guys have not gotten this book right now get it and do yourself a favor. Do not. Just get the book the Audio Book because you can hear it in his own words. I am audio book person. I listen to them all the time. Never have I heard so much heart so much love so much pain behind one person telling a story. I appreciate that Boo at all. So all we can you texting me saying. Oh my gosh that part this part and that made me so happy you have no idea because I put a lot of people when they write memoirs they say they're going to be open transparent about everything but then they don't and I was open and transparent about every single thing for sure I was like I'm not hiding anything I don't want you were giving me. Yama for two hours on the treadmill because we're so open and transparent. Who was the one person you were scared to read this manuscript because you? Kinda just laid out there. Yeah nobody to be honest with you because before I started read everyone knows that I live my life. One hundred percent on one hundred percent open. Because that's the only way I feel like other people can grow if I'm an example of the growth and so I let everyone know completely before I was writing this book. I'm writing it and I would like to include your you being a part of my life in this and if you're okay with it let me know right now. If you're not then I'm going to have to figure out a way to still sell your story switching. Yeah and every single person was like we already figured you'd be honest about it so I wasn't worried about anyone to be honest about it and good and there was one subject in there that you decided that you needed to pull back on so I didn't talk about my mother being abused in detail because my father used to hit her because she still healing and so as I was writing. I was noticing that it was bringing up a lot of emotion that she hadn't healed from yet so I was like you know what I'm not trying to trigger my mother. I love my mother's roll back and help her with the you know the tool so that she could support herself and then when my suicide attempt I figured I don't need to go into detail about that because if someone else's reading it I don't them to say Oh this is how I can do it. Yeah I wanted to instead. Stop at a certain point. And then say if you're having these feelings or if you know some of these feelings here our resources you can use. Yeah because a lot of times people don't do that. Yeah and I'm like if you pick up this book here's a way you can get the hell yeah. Was there something that happened while you were writing where you thought you were over something and you had worked through something but then writing this book you almost had to reactivate it and re re confronted you talk about a lot of things in the book about your name and being gay all these things? Sometimes we don't take on you know we don't take it on fully. Yes we kind of brush over it. Yes they we're fine but we're not anything in this book where you were writing so yes but not really because I do the work myself. I mean like career wise. That's I think I'm so good on. Queer is because having a background in psychotherapy social work. I can do the digging and digging on myself. The one thing I would say that kind of triggered me a little bit was when I got to the color. Ism Chapter in 'cause I talked about how my skin tone my grandmother used to say to me. Don't talk it up a family anymore. Which you know. She comes from a certain time. Where you to be lighter meant that you could have attained more success and so when I was writing that it brought up these feelings again because through Social Media. I get these comments because I'm engaged to a white man. Yeah that somehow me being engaged to a white man has somehow diminished my experience as a black man in this world and it bothers me like people say. Oh You Dana White Guy so you all of a sudden have lost part of your blackness and I'm like when I walk out the world people don't see me with a White Man. They see a black man and when the police stopped me they don't say oh you're dating a white guy we'll let you we'll let you go. You're good yeah. Don't have Kiki somewhere and a drink. No they say you still black band. And that's what gets on my nerves and so when I was writing that I realized that there are still issues with my color that it's a different former Colorado but there's parts of it that still bother me because it didn't erase yeah raise yes completely you know. It's funny because when I first came out. I think people had a problem being gate but now that I've come out and in the past dated a white guy when I go home with a guy they now look at me because I'm an interracial relationship you're from Houston Texas. That probably still happens to you. Oh my gosh are you kidding me everywhere? I go like the minute we pop up. This was really gets me people. Somehow he put me on like back up back you up. My man is successful but my had no hand in giving me the career the success the money in my bank account and it bothers me when we go out and people assume my career is somehow because of something. He's that yeah I'm like have lost. Meanwhile he's like a doctor somewhere else talked about this. You know what I'm saying. DoN'T COME FROM MR. Calhoun exactly well. Let's remind people where you started? Yes because rule. Philadelphia was everything. Yeah you were the first black openly gay man on television. What was that experience reality? Reality mother ru father who was the first. Let's let's be very real but in reality television and when that title came out I didn't even know that also people's right in there and I was like what are you talking. About Ruben around forever and then I was like oh reality television got it and what was it like It's it's it's sad and it's also exciting because I was on the real world in two thousand and four two thousand five. Why in the hell has there never been an openly? Gay Black Man cast before me. Yeah that's a problem for sure because we have been around. Let me take some I go to Atlanta. I go to Chicago New York. Texas Tennessee and black gay men are around thriving doing the most amazing setting culture setting trends yet. I was the first so it kind of disappointed me because I was like there should have been twenty before me before me but then on the same rate I was like well. I'm glad that I could kick open the door so that now there could be more people and then I'm going to continue. Kick Open that door and also gonNA continue that every other brother. That is Gay I'm going to say come up with me. Let's let's do together. I let me applaud. You let me celebrate you. Let's let's do this. We don't do that very often was many. Don't but many do you do I do. And I think it's important that we encourage those who on their journey to loving themselves and to love others to know that we support them in that they'll get there. Yeah no in. Two Thousand and four people weren't living that loud. We were still kind of in the closet. You Know Oprah said. We was in the closet. Let me tell you I was out in the club. Run IN THE STREET. Oh do it in. Oversized Shala John Jeans and Timberlands and then each outfit sounds happy. I need you ought to put together like a collage when you go on TV and you live your life like that and then the reality stops and you're back in your real reality. Yes what was the? What was I guess? What was the backlash because you know with my family? It's like you can be gay. You can be you. We support you but the minute you put it out there. It's a little bit harder. Yes that and that's exactly it. I had family members who immediately were turned off from speaking to me my father and I we already had a rocky relationship because he couldn't reconcile our relationship with his religion and so because he he believed his God was teaching him that somehow I was not perfectly designed and not made in his eyes. He figured I can't talk to you but then on top of that me putting it on television embarrassed him and so he didn't WanNa talk to me. We got into physical altercations. It was bad and there was other family members. Come from Jamaica in house so it's like the Black Culture Jamaican Culture Cuban culture which unfortunately there are members subscribed to this sort of ideal of what it is to be a man. Yeah and then me being proud and well-spoken on national television somehow didn't define me as a man because of the fact that I had intimate relationships with other men and your only son and I'm the only son and so you know it was. It was hard but then on the flip side which I tried to do was focus on all the people who love me like I will just showered with so much love beginning letters and letters and letters from people saying Oh my Gosh I love you. You're amazing mice messages. Dmz ENDS. It was good. It was good but I'm not GONNA lie it. I took a dark path quickly because I felt like I lost myself because trying to battle the family and the good of here trying to be something more at Age. Twenty three was a lot. Yeah and so it got it got rough real quick she black Jamaican and Cuban. Sx is good. You better you show up with a PPO per somebody. Did it. Better be an ambulance late nights. I just can't even imagine it would add. Top passed already clear the room you were living your best life. Look my favorite line. In this whole book I found. It is when you said molly you in danger girl. Okay when your I'm not having an explainer people I'm GonNa let you explain it to them because it was one of the most profound things that I've read. What was that moment like for you when I found my drug of choice. Yes Oh my gosh. Tell me you history. Yes so I mean my father being rastafarian Jamaican Us We'd he recreationally and so it was always in my house shot. Okay I loved it. I loved trying. We'd because it made me feel social when I got it first time from him so it was a weird experience of like not having to go to a corner to get we'd just being able to say. Let Me Walk. My Dad's room and get weed and but then I realized I didn't like the feeling of it. I didn't like being lethargic. I didn't like it was down. It was a downer. I didn't like it so then I started trying to know you weren't going in your dad's closet to get some weed. He had a basketball side. Oh yeah he well he did okay he did he did. He had won by his bed but he also had like a basketball in the freezer. This yeah like big of weed in the freezer and so I'll just opened up the bag and I'd be like with my friends be like oh how much we need today and I would just take it out the bag and so it was easy for me to access it but I didn't like the Downer feeling of it and then I stopped that because I never had addictive personality towards that but though I had an addictive personality So then I started molly and ecstasy and that was cute for like the first couple of times I was like yes. I like someone rub up on me and I was like yes. We are living. Ooh And then as I would have to take three pills to have that same feeling. I was a you're sweaty. You're growth cute and then I got introduced to cocaine and that's what I said you in danger girl. And how old were you when you got introduced twenty five? And who was the bitch because at this point? Let's remind people if you read this book. He is now on the. You're in the press tour. You're in the Club appearances. Best Life as Kerama. Oh for real world yes and you start out on this dirty your sixty three you in between one hundred ninety three and two hundred.

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How Queer Eye Star Karamo Brown Deals With Thirsty DMs

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How Queer Eye Star Karamo Brown Deals With Thirsty DMs

"Welcome to just SIP. I am Justin Sylvester and today we have one of the FINEST BLACK MEN ON TV. Joining us for this podcast. This conversation was it was jeep. I found out a lot about myself. I found out a lot about the queer eye. Cast I mean there were some nuggets in this interview and I'm just so happy to have one of the most enlightenment join me today. On this podcast. Please welcome Kerama Brown. Thank you for coming. I'm so glad to be here. We are at just a SIP with the one Kerama Brown. Everybody thank you. I'm calling this episode sex drugs and Maury Povich book. If you guys have not gotten this book right now get it and do yourself a favor. Do not. Just get the book the Audio Book because you can hear it in his own words. I am audio book person. I listen to them all the time. Never have I heard so much heart so much love so much pain behind one person telling a story. I appreciate that Boo at all. So all we can you texting me saying. Oh my gosh that part this part and that made me so happy you have no idea because I put a lot of people when they write memoirs they say they're going to be open transparent about everything but then they don't and I was open and transparent about every single thing for sure I was like I'm not hiding anything I don't want you were giving me. Yama for two hours on the treadmill because we're so open and transparent. Who was the one person you were scared to read this manuscript because you? Kinda just laid out there. Yeah nobody to be honest with you because before I started read everyone knows that I live my life. One hundred percent on one hundred percent open. Because that's the only way I feel like other people can grow if I'm an example of the growth and so I let everyone know completely before I was writing this book. I'm writing it and I would like to include your you being a part of my life in this and if you're okay with it let me know right now. If you're not then I'm going to have to figure out a way to still sell your story switching. Yeah and every single person was like we already figured you'd be honest about it so I wasn't worried about anyone to be honest about it and good and there was one subject in there that you decided that you needed to pull back on so I didn't talk about my mother being abused in detail because my father used to hit her because she still healing and so as I was writing. I was noticing that it was bringing up a lot of emotion that she hadn't healed from yet so I was like you know what I'm not trying to trigger my mother. I love my mother's roll back and help her with the you know the tool so that she could support herself and then when my suicide attempt I figured I don't need to go into detail about that because if someone else's reading it I don't them to say Oh this is how I can do it. Yeah I wanted to instead. Stop at a certain point. And then say if you're having these feelings or if you know some of these feelings here our resources you can use. Yeah because a lot of times people don't do that. Yeah and I'm like if you pick up this book here's a way you can get the hell yeah. Was there something that happened while you were writing where you thought you were over something and you had worked through something but then writing this book you almost had to reactivate it and re re confronted you talk about a lot of things in the book about your name and being gay all these things? Sometimes we don't take on you know we don't take it on fully. Yes we kind of brush over it. Yes they we're fine but we're not anything in this book where you were writing so yes but not really because I do the work myself. I mean like career wise. That's I think I'm so good on. Queer is because having a background in psychotherapy social work. I can do the digging and digging on myself. The one thing I would say that kind of triggered me a little bit was when I got to the color. Ism Chapter in 'cause I talked about how my skin tone my grandmother used to say to me. Don't talk it up a family anymore. Which you know. She comes from a certain time. Where you to be lighter meant that you could have attained more success and so when I was writing that it brought up these feelings again because through Social Media. I get these comments because I'm engaged to a white man. Yeah that somehow me being engaged to a white man has somehow diminished my experience as a black man in this world and it bothers me like people say. Oh You Dana White Guy so you all of a sudden have lost part of your blackness and I'm like when I walk out the world people don't see me with a White Man. They see a black man and when the police stopped me they don't say oh you're dating a white guy we'll let you we'll let you go. You're good yeah. Don't have Kiki somewhere and a drink. No they say you still black band. And that's what gets on my nerves and so when I was writing that I realized that there are still issues with my color that it's a different former Colorado but there's parts of it that still bother me because it didn't erase yeah raise yes completely you know. It's funny because when I first came out. I think people had a problem being gate but now that I've come out and in the past dated a white guy when I go home with a guy they now look at me because I'm an interracial relationship you're from Houston Texas. That probably still happens to you. Oh my gosh are you kidding me everywhere? I go like the minute we pop up. This was really gets me people. Somehow he put me on like back up back you up. My man is successful but my had no hand in giving me the career the success the money in my bank account and it bothers me when we go out and people assume my career is somehow because of something. He's that yeah I'm like have lost. Meanwhile he's like a doctor somewhere else talked about this. You know what I'm saying. DoN'T COME FROM MR. Calhoun exactly well. Let's remind people where you started? Yes because rule. Philadelphia was everything. Yeah you were the first black openly gay man on television. What was that experience reality? Reality mother ru father who was the first. Let's let's be very real but in reality television and when that title came out I didn't even know that also people's right in there and I was like what are you talking. About Ruben around forever and then I was like oh reality television got it and what was it like It's it's it's sad and it's also exciting because I was on the real world in two thousand and four two thousand five. Why in the hell has there never been an openly? Gay Black Man cast before me. Yeah that's a problem for sure because we have been around. Let me take some I go to Atlanta. I go to Chicago New York. Texas Tennessee and black gay men are around thriving doing the most amazing setting culture setting trends yet. I was the first so it kind of disappointed me because I was like there should have been twenty before me before me but then on the same rate I was like well. I'm glad that I could kick open the door so that now there could be more people and then I'm going to continue. Kick Open that door and also gonNA continue that every other brother. That is Gay I'm going to say come up with me. Let's let's do together. I let me applaud. You let me celebrate you. Let's let's do this. We don't do that very often was many. Don't but many do you do I do. And I think it's important that we encourage those who on their journey to loving themselves and to love others to know that we support them in that they'll get there. Yeah no in. Two Thousand and four people weren't living that loud. We were still kind of in the closet. You Know Oprah said. We was in the closet. Let me tell you I was out in the club. Run IN THE STREET. Oh do it in. Oversized Shala John Jeans and Timberlands and then each outfit sounds happy. I need you ought to put together like a collage when you go on TV and you live your life like that and then the reality stops and you're back in your real reality. Yes what was the? What was I guess? What was the backlash because you know with my family? It's like you can be gay. You can be you. We support you but the minute you put it out there. It's a little bit harder. Yes that and that's exactly it. I had family members who immediately were turned off from speaking to me my father and I we already had a rocky relationship because he couldn't reconcile our relationship with his religion and so because he he believed his God was teaching him that somehow I was not perfectly designed and not made in his eyes. He figured I can't talk to you but then on top of that me putting it on television embarrassed him and so he didn't WanNa talk to me. We got into physical altercations. It was bad and there was other family members. Come from Jamaica in house so it's like the Black Culture Jamaican Culture Cuban culture which unfortunately there are members subscribed to this sort of ideal of what it is to be a man. Yeah and then me being proud and well-spoken on national television somehow didn't define me as a man because of the fact that I had intimate relationships with other men and your only son and I'm the only son and so you know it was. It was hard but then on the flip side which I tried to do was focus on all the people who love me like I will just showered with so much love beginning letters and letters and letters from people saying Oh my Gosh I love you. You're amazing mice messages. Dmz ENDS. It was good. It was good but I'm not GONNA lie it. I took a dark path quickly because I felt like I lost myself because trying to battle the family and the good of here trying to be something more at Age. Twenty three was a lot. Yeah and so it got it got rough real quick she black Jamaican and Cuban. Sx is good. You better you show up with a PPO per somebody. Did it. Better be an ambulance late nights. I just can't even imagine it would add. Top passed already clear the room you were living your best life. Look my favorite line. In this whole book I found. It is when you said molly you in danger girl. Okay when your I'm not having an explainer people I'm GonNa let you explain it to them because it was one of the most profound things that I've read. What was that moment like for you when I found my drug of choice. Yes Oh my gosh. Tell me you history. Yes so I mean my father being rastafarian Jamaican Us We'd he recreationally and so it was always in my house shot. Okay I loved it. I loved trying. We'd because it made me feel social when I got it first time from him so it was a weird experience of like not having to go to a corner to get we'd just being able to say. Let Me Walk. My Dad's room and get weed and but then I realized I didn't like the feeling of it. I didn't like being lethargic. I didn't like it was down. It was a downer. I didn't like it so then I started trying to know you weren't going in your dad's closet to get some weed. He had a basketball side. Oh yeah he well he did okay he did he did. He had won by his bed but he also had like a basketball in the freezer. This yeah like big of weed in the freezer and so I'll just opened up the bag and I'd be like with my friends be like oh how much we need today and I would just take it out the bag and so it was easy for me to access it but I didn't like the Downer feeling of it and then I stopped that because I never had addictive personality towards that but though I had an addictive personality So then I started molly and ecstasy and that was cute for like the first couple of times I was like yes. I like someone rub up on me and I was like yes. We are living. Ooh And then as I would have to take three pills to have that same feeling. I was a you're sweaty. You're growth cute and then I got introduced to cocaine and that's what I said you in danger girl. And how old were you when you got introduced twenty five? And who was the bitch because at this point? Let's remind people if you read this book. He is now on the. You're in the press tour. You're in the Club appearances. Best Life as Kerama. Oh for real world yes and you start out on this dirty your sixty three you in between one hundred ninety three and two hundred and ten pounds and you get introduced to cocaine yes. What's at first feeling like

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"black jamaican" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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05:59 min | 2 years ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was a DJ, and he was nice. And we started talking and building that was my first introduction to Rizza lives. I know I didn't know he's a genius. He had a great mind. He was you know, he was very very telling for his age, you me. And you know, we just clicked. Kid until to the plague of drugs hit. That's what it got. I mean so much money being made from this plague but everybody was looking so spectacular. You know, we had people down Louis Vuitton was win. Gold jewelry gold bamboozles Dookie airings. And it just it just was our culture. It was our thing. It was a beautiful time and Dan came drama. I got poisoned poisoned because of poverty got Lord into the trap of southern drugs because we was promptly was both poverty. And when you see when you come from poverty. See a means of making money temptation is too powerful. So I got sucked up into that world wind and to this day paid for that, you know, I got convicted of of narcotics and head handgun charges, and that's going to be with me for the rest of my life kids. So don't make those choices. What happened me was? I got dick street money. Maine, and that money that you received from hustler streets is also an addiction. House was out sanctuary. We wanted to get away from guns and the drugs. Just the daily bullsh- going through streets. I mean, I used to come to visit house bulletproof vest on my gun, and we used to go this how to get away from the drama. His house was the temple. We will go. You know, became even playing karate flicks game of chess. You must think. Turner beat on. Booming. We used to be Rahm and beat box them what we started coming to visit crib. And we started seeing the same. It's like this is the crew were here because it wasn't only just come into the house. Only us me dirty Ray, Gulf meth, reser Jessica, and Tom I in catch mass killer. He's coming slippery to say. So we was always together. And that was it. It was us in a clubhouse. Tangled plans twice again. Doty back back on the hip. You gone. That was sanctuary go right to the full flow and being go out on the balcony with the Mike all day in the crib with the might play started recording. That was the first time. I heard my voice on. List of makes amazing. Wow. That. Hip hop. What we did was we made street popular Crame hit that was the anthem foot every do streets in jails in in the poor parts of the world. I don't care if you read black Jamaican Haitian white Chinese everybody know how it feels the groping a single parent household going through the struggle. And they realized every everywhere around you money's the number one. Also Rahman about the the crazy crack epidemic in all the stuff that happened to us along the way that people can relate to even more because they was living that life. That's what New York was going through the time between us Naza biggies. We ought to foundation speak out. Snap. The the way row standard like Iran. That's how you come with guy. Give you gotta give them your stove giving guts. That's what we try to do every time. We every time I talked to Mike I'm trying to give you my guts trying to give you what I've been through what going through what I saw. I don't know what going to do. But I'm talking about certain situations on this channel the CBC. And I'm hoping that some of these some kids might hear me, some parents might hey may say, you know, what this boy has actually telling the truth. Faye? Varieties of downs. Trade you people in bag is going to be love you to death and. You know people stupid decisions. This is the beautiful thing about life. Always things that come at you. And you still standing still free? Still still survive it in tomorrow, the good that you might bit tomorrow. And that's out of Silla. Got aka Lamont Hawkins taking his cue origin story of Tang clan. His.

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"black jamaican" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Go a week. I need to tell. Wait. Awesome. I appreciate it. Wants to this is not what he wants to into. What? Now, they grab the handcuffs. And they start to arrest. And they take his bible, and he just peacefully says, please don't find just don't take my bible away. Please don't take my bible away. This is something if you see this video is like from some dystopia futuristic movie that you that you hate. That's england. And soon we'll be here. We'll mall writer from faith wire. How're you doing? Well, I Glen how're you doing good. I know you've been following this in in England tell us what's going on. Yeah. It's a crazy crazy story. I mean, it just it popped up on Twitter the other day this video and looking into it. It was very clear that I'm really this guy. He was preaching done naturally. Nothing. Wrong was just expressing himself is just basically preaching to people who've heard listen when they walk composite done. Nothing wrong with two wasn't threatening anybody for colds actually, split the metropolitan place about it. And they said to me that the pace for cool because he was supposedly being Islam associate allow was quickly denied few minutes later. He wasn't being islamophobic until I was just his eye on the police officers. They said didn't. So he's basically just preaching and clean it up. Just a few people gathered around one best plays with them. And the officers say best side and decided that we die one you here anymore. So the the you can sit in the video that you just said he. The officer offensively said that he was preaching peace, which he wasn't. He wasn't inciting violence. She wasn't doing anything illegal under the law. So he said, well, you'll breaching people walking us you'll causing day, and nobody wants to hear it basically say that was interesting Coleman. And so then he he basically much them off the arrested him and much more, which was completely unnecessary. I actually came out today that he that affects the peace told me that they then took out the station realize they can charge him with anything realize it done. Nothing wrong. And be arrested him was the phrase. Let him go. Yeah. I'd never had that one theater. You know, it's amazing to me will is here in America. We just had these radical preachers preaching hatred preaching race riots. And they were on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and innocent kids are listening to it. They're blamed for causing breaching the peace if you will being racist. And nobody said anything about the preachers who were just absolutely vile. But you don't have freedom of speech in England. Well, we in some senses, we have freedom of expression and the European Convention human rights or just pause the UK human-rights not Jay that's that. Should give us a sense of freedom of expression, but take the laws that govern how EBay in the public square if you're inciting hatred or violence and. That can be legal. But it was clear that he wasn't doing this. So he was basically just expressing himself putting on opinion in in the public square, and there's absolutely no grounds to to arrest him after say, yeah. And I mean, there's another interesting aspect in that the police officer you can actually hear him in the video Audrey snatches the bible though as much as horrible saying. And he says, oh, please. He says he should have thought about that before you being racist. And I asked the piece about his that she didn't get back to me on this particular point. Because I said you've just told me that she wasn't I Islam. It wasn't that ratio. He was projecting on anybody. The peace didn't hear any race racist remarks. So we'll also wall set about why suddenly. Suddenly accusing him thing racist. They didn't have just male now on it's amazing. These these were two white officers talking to a black Jamaican about being racist. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So the outrage has been pretty pretty big in the tip. Amongst like of clergy quality, people senior Christian leaders in the UK wanted to see more from the specific debris and a few other people to actually speak out in. This guy's behalf. Did she hit today that he the the guy in question to preach? He was eventually be arrested as the Mets he said and then dropped off somewhere. I mean, she had no money on him. So he basically didn't know what to do and where to guy or someone helped him out and he ended up going back to the south station. No Sunday and continuing on preaching. Let's get on. And let's say, well, what is the what's the health of the of of Great Britain? Now. I mean we yesterday in America. We we actually had half of the Senate. Refused to vote on saving children's lives after they're born in refuse to call that infanticide and force doctors to take care of a living baby outside of the womb. I'm shocked with with what we're going through. And because I know God is just I am gravely concerned about the health of my country. What is it a health? What direction is it moving over? There. Spiritually. It's a good question. I mean, I think we are and enroll we are in dire. Straits, many ways spiritual. I think there's there's lots of issues thing raised by Christian gym by Christian leaders. But then there's lots of issues I just think cost by the wayside. I mean, he's still probably bullshit and the UK well in Northern Ireland this led to different but in the UK as a whole as a in the mainland. That's the abortion laws since the sixties have been incredibly liberal mamas over three hundred thousand abortions every year. It seems to have just taken a real back. See? Why she's Archie important to Christians or to the people who are in the in the public square, and in the public eye as as Christian leaders, and then of course, see these situations where you think religious, freedom and freedom of speech. Just in a general sense is just being with it away. I know one bar smatterings of people on social media or our age by it on that note. There's no boss outrage. A to it just seems to be becoming more and more noble. And that's that's probably why we picked up on and sort of made the thing about our poets 'cause. I think it's vital that we do that. But that's just sort of passiveness. I think in the UK which is just very dangerous in overtime. I can become the normal. You know, those sorts of incidents become very normal when we don't even realize it anymore. We don't see any. We don't see any Democrats here leaving the Democratic Party. No matter how extreme they go antisemitic or or death, you know, with the abortion embrace. We don't see the Democrats leaving. But do I read this as a good sign that you had seven labor party leaders leave the labor party because they've gone too far? Yeah. Absolutely. The anti semitism stuff has been so brewing on the surface for quite a few months later. Politicians damn very very just frustration. Jeremy Corbyn on his inability to address the head on and that she take responsibility for it. So they they defected, and then as ABC's from conservative, and the fact that as well, no one's quite sure about about independent party. That's actually gonna let like it's definitely I think an encouraging sign the lease politicians on both sides. She's saying this is happier. This particularly on domestic stuff was horrendous. Mandalay thought he didn't deal with it. Get to see principal politicians that she come out and woodwork and standing things, but I still owe to go on that front will. Thank you so much for talking to us about this will stay in touch, we'll mall. He's a writer for faith wire. You can find him at M A U L. E underscore will follow him at Twitter. Also, find good faith wire dot com. Alright. I.

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"black jamaican" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"And he just peacefully says, please don't find just don't take my bible way. Please don't take my bible away. This is something if you see this video is like from some dystopia futuristic movie that you that you hate. That's england. And soon we'll be here. We'll mall writer from faith wire. How're you doing will? Hi, glen. How're you doing good? I know you've been following this in in England tell us what's going on. Yeah. It's a crazy crazy story. I mean, I just popped up on Twitter the other day this video and looking into it. It was very clear. I'm really this guy. He was preaching done. Naci? Nothing wrong. He just expressing himself is just basically preaching to people were hurt. Listen when they walk in pause. Nothing wrong with two was threatening. Anybody for colds actually, spoke the metropolitan police about it. And they said to me that the pace for cool because he was supposedly bidding Islam. Allow was quickly denied a few minutes later. He wasn't being islamophobic until I was just his eye on the police officers. They said didn't hit him. So he's basically just preaching and clean. It up. There are a few people gathered around one best, please. The officers kind of about aside and decided that she one you here anymore. So the the you can say the video that you just said he. The officer effectively said that he was preaching the pace which he wasn't. He wasn't inciting violence. He wasn't doing anything illegal under law. So he said, well, you'll breaching people's piece of walking us you'll causing. To this day, and nobody wants to hear it basically say that was interesting Coleman. And so then he he basically marched off the arrested him and much more, which was completely unnecessary. I came out today that he that affects all the peace told me that they then took out the station realize they can charge him with anything realize it done. Nothing wrong. And be arrested him was the Fraser. I let him go. Yeah. I'd never had that one theory. Amazing to me will is here in America. We just had these radical preachers preaching hatred preaching race riots. And they were on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and innocent kids are listening to it. They're blamed for causing breaching the piece of you will being racist. And nobody said anything about the preachers who were just absolutely vile. But you don't have freedom of speech in England. No, well, we do in some senses, we have freedom of expression and the European Convention of human rights. Just pause. The the UK human-rights. Jay, that's that should give us a sense of freedom of expression, but take the laws that govern. How you babe in the public square if you're inciting hatred than? Legislate department on that can be illegal. But it was clear that he wasn't doing this. So he was basically just expressing himself putting on opinion in the public square, and there's absolutely no grounds to to arrest. Him to say. Yeah. I mean, there's another interesting aspect in that the police officer you can actually hear him in the video Audrey snatches. The by the way in which is horrible saying, and he says he says he should have thought about that before you being racist. And I asked about this that she didn't get to me on this particular point. Because I said you've just told me that she wasn't. I wasn't that racism that he was projecting on anybody. The police didn't hear hear any race racist remarks. They will also was set about why the face off Sunday accusing him thing racist. So they didn't have just male now on it's amazing. These these were two white officers talking to a black Jamaican about being racist. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So the outrage has been pretty pretty big in the K Kip amongst clergy squad, cheap people senior Christian leaders in the UK wanted to see more from the debris and a few other people to actually speak out on this guy's behalf. I did she hit today that he the the guy in question to preach. He he was eventually be arrested as the Mets they said and then dropped off somewhere. I mean, she had no money on him. So he basically didn't know what to do and what to guy or someone helped him out and he ended up going back to south station. No london. And continuing on preaching. Let's get on end. Let's say, well, what is the what's the health of the of of Great Britain? Now. I mean we yesterday. In america. We we actually had half of the Senate. Refused to vote on saving children's lives after they're born and refuse to call that infanticide and force doctors to take care of a living baby outside of the womb. I'm shocked with with what we're going through. And because I know God is just I am gravely concerned about the health of my country. What is it a health? What direction is it moving over? There. Spiritually. It's a good question. I mean, I think that we are and enroll we are in dire. Straits, many ways spiritual. I think there's lots of issues being raised by Christian gym by Christian leaders. But then there's lots of issues I just think cost by the wayside. I mean, he's still probably bullshit and the UK well in Northern Ireland this why did different but in the UK as a as a in the mainland. That's the abortion laws. Since since the sixties have been incredibly liberal mamas over three hundred thousand abortions every year. UK seems to have just taken a real backseat intensive why she's raunchy important to Christians to the people who are in the in the public square, and in the public eye as as Christian leaders, and then of course, these situations where you think religious freedom and freedom of speech to send a general sentences just with it away. I know bar smatterings of people on social media or our age, it, there's another boss outrageous to it just seems to be becoming more noble, and that's probably why we picked up on and and sort of made the thing about our poets 'cause. That we do that. But that's just sort of passiveness. I think in the UK which is just very dangerous in overtime. I can become the normal. You know, those sorts of incidents can just become very normal when we don't even realize it anymore. We don't see any. We don't see any Democrats here leaving the Democratic Party. No matter how extreme they go antisemitic or or death. You know with the abortion embrace. We don't see the Democrats leaving. But do I read this as a good sign that you had seven labor party leaders leave the labor party because they've gone too far? Yeah. Absolutely. They don't semitism stuff has been so bring on the surface for chronic labour. Politicians damn very very just frustration. Jeremy Corbyn on his inability to address the head on and actually take responsibility for it. So they they defected and then as of. And the fact that as well, no one's quite sure about about independent party. It's definitely I think an encouraging sign the lace politicians on both sides Reggie saying this happy with this particularly on domestic stuff was surrender some Mandalay thought he didn't get to see principal politicians that she come out and standing up things, but I still don't work together on that front will. Thank you so much for talking to us about this will stay in touch, we'll mall. He's a writer for faith wire. You can find him at M A U L E underscore will. You can follow him at Twitter. Also, find him at faith wire dot com. I want to tell you a little bit about lifelock. There are sponsor lifelock warning signs that.

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"black jamaican" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on WTVN

"Bible. And he just peacefully says, please don't find just don't take my bible away. Please don't take my bible away. This is something if you see this video is like from some dystopia futuristic movie that you that you hate. That's england. And soon we'll be here will mall writer from faith wire. How're you doing will? Hi, glen. How're you doing good? I know you've been following this in in England tell us what's going on. Yeah. It's a crazy crazy story. I mean, it just popped up on Twitter the other day this video and looking into it. It was very clear that I'm really this guy. He was preaching. I've done Naci nothing wrong. He's just expressing himself is just basically preaching to people who to listen when they will composite done. Nothing wrong. With two wasn't threatening. Anybody on the police were colds actually, spoke the metropolitan place about it. And they said to me that the pace of cool because he was supposed to be bidding as Lama sober. That was quickly denied a few minutes later. Maybe he wasn't being islamophobic a tool, so I was just his and the police officers they said didn't hit him being. So you basically just preaching and and. Just a few people gathered around he won best. Please. On the officers kind of Tibet aside and decided that she one your hair anymore. So the the you can sit in the video that you just said he the officer offensively said that he was preaching peace, which he wasn't. He wasn't inciting violence. He wasn't doing anything illegal law. So he said, well, you'll breaching people's piece walking us you'll causing day, and nobody wants to hear it basically say that was interesting Coleman. And so then he he basically marched him off the arrested him and much more, which was completely unnecessary. I came out today that he told me that they then took out the station realize they can charge him with anything realize it done. Nothing wrong and be arrested him was the phrase S. Let him go. Yeah. I'd never had that one. You know, it's amazing to me will is here in America. We just had these radical preachers preaching hatred for preaching race riots. And they were on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and innocent kids are listening to it. They're blamed for causing breaching the peace if you will being racist. And nobody said anything about the preachers who were just absolutely vile. But you don't have freedom of speech in England. Well, we do in some senses, we have a freedom of expression and the European Convention of human rights Pov, the the UK human-rights Sachs, Jay that's not should give us a sense of freedom of expression, but take the laws that govern. How you behave in the public square if you're inciting hatred obedience and. Legislate on that can be illegal. But it was clear that he wasn't doing this too. He was basically just expressing himself putting out in the public square, and there's absolutely no grounds to arrest him to say. Yeah. And I mean, there's another interesting aspect in that the the police officer, you cannot you hear him in the video Austria snatches the by the way in which is horrible setting. And he says, oh, please dog away. He says, well, you should've thought about that before you being racist. And I also say about his that she didn't get back to me on this point. Because I said you've just told me that she was no Islamaphobia racism that he was projecting on anybody. Police officers didn't hear hear any race racist Vermont. So we'll also was set about why is the face off Sunday choosing thing racist. So they didn't have just male now on it's amazing. These these were two white officers talking to a black Jamaican about being racist. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So they outrage has been pretty pretty big in the K. A lot of clergy as quasi people senior sort of Christian leaders in the UK wanted to see more from the debris and a few other people to actually speak out on this guy's behalf. I did actually here today that he the the guy in question to preach that he he was eventually be arrested as the Mazzi said and then dropped off somewhere. I mean, she had no money on him. So he basically didn't know what today on the guy or said someone helped him out and he ended up going back to the south station. No Sundin and continuing on preaching. Let's get on much say, well, what is the what's the health of the of of Great Britain. Now. I mean we yesterday in America. We we actually had half of the Senate. Refused to vote on saving children's lives after they're born in refused to call that infanticide and forced doctors to take care of a living baby outside of the womb. I'm shocked with with what we're going through. And because I know God is just I am gravely concerned about the health of my country. What is it a health? What direction is it moving over? There. Spiritually. It's a good question. I mean, I think we are and enroll we are in dire. Straits, many ways spiritual. I think there's there's lots of issues thing raised by Christians and by Christian leaders, but then there's lots of issues I just think cost by the wayside. I mean, he's still bullshit and the UK well in Northern Ireland is slightly different. But in the UK as a whole as a in the mainland, that's the abortion laws since since the sixties I've been incredibly liberal mamas over three hundred thousand abortions every year. That's seems to have just taken a real vaccine intensive why she's raunchy important to to Christians or to the people who are in the in the public square, and in the public eye as as Christian leaders, and then of course, these situations where you think religious, freedom and freedom of speech. Just in a general sense is just being with it away. I know one bar smatterings of people on social media or our age, but there's not a vast outrageous to it just seems to be becoming more and more normal. And that's probably why we picked up on and sort of made this thing about our poets 'cause bicycle that we do that. But it's just sort of passiveness. I think in the UK which is just very dangerous in overtime can become the normal. You know, those sorts of incidents can just become very normal even realize that anymore. We don't see any. We don't see any Democrats here leaving the Democratic Party. No matter how extreme they. Go anti. Semitic or or death? You know with the abortion embrace. We don't see the Democrats leaving. But do I read. This is a good sign that you had seven labor party leaders leave the labor party because they've gone too far. Yeah. Absolutely. The anti semitism stuff has been so brewing on the surface for on a lot of labor politicians again, very very just frustration Jeremy Corbyn and his inability to address head on and actually take responsibility for it. So they they defected, and then as from conservative, and the fact that as well, no one's quite sure about about independent party. That's actually gonna let like in the future. But it's definitely I think an encouraging sign that politicians on both sides. Right. She's saying this is what could this? I'm particularly on domestic stuff was was horrendous. Mandalay thought he didn't do it properly shows good to see principal politician, touchy come out of the woodwork and standing up things, but I still a long way to go on that front will. Thank you so much for talking to us about this will Stanton, we'll mall. He's a writer for faith wire. You can find him at M A U L E underscore will follow him at Twitter. Also, find him at faith wire dot com. All right. I want to tell you a little bit about lifelock. There are sponsor lifelock warning signs that you've been hacked into unfamiliar loan or credit on your credit report. All.

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"black jamaican" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on KTOK

"Voluntarily. Not a week. I need to tell. Softly. Jesus. I. Might want him. What he wants? Dalby grab the handcuffs. And they start to arrest. Fronted? Don't five. They take his bible. And he just peacefully says, please don't find just don't take my bible away. Please don't take my bible away. This is something if you see this video is like from some dystopia futuristic movie that you you hate. That's england. And soon we'll be here. We'll mall writer from faith wire. How're you doing will? Hi, glen. How're you doing good? I know you've been following this in in England tell us what's going on. Yeah. It's a crazy crazy story. I mean, it just it popped up on Twitter. The other day this video and looking into it was very clear that I'm really this guy. He was preaching done naturally. Nothing. Wrong is just expressing himself is just basically preaching to people who to listen when they will composite done. Nothing wrong with two wasn't threatening anybody for colds actually, split the metropolitan place about it. And they said to me that the pace for cool because he was supposedly being Islam. Allow was quickly denied a few minutes later. Maybe he wasn't being islamophobic until I was just his eye on the police officers. They said didn't hit him. So he's basically just preaching and and clean up. Just a few people gathered around you one best plays on the officers kind of Tibet aside and decided that today. Want you here anymore? So the the you can see in the video that you just said the officer offensively said that he was preaching peace, which he wasn't. I mean, he wasn't inciting violence. He wasn't doing anything illegal under the law. So he said, well, you'll breaching people walking us you'll causing day, and nobody wants to hear it basically say that was interesting Coleman. And so then he he basically marched him off the arrested him and much more which was could play the necessary. I came out today that he that affected. All the peace told me that they then took out the station realize they can charge him with anything realize you done. Nothing wrong. And be arrested him was the phrase. Just let him go. Yeah. I'd never had that one. You know, it's amazing to me will is here in America. We just had these radical preachers preaching hatred for preaching race riots. And they were on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and innocent kids are listening to it. They're blamed for causing breaching the peace of you will being racist. And nobody said anything about the preachers who were just absolutely vile. But you don't have freedom of speech in England. No. Well, we you in some senses, we have freedom of expression, the European Convention of human rights. Pause. The UK human-rights not that's not should give us a sense of freedom of expression there. The laws that govern how EBay even the public square if you're inciting hatred. Legislate put on that can be illegal. But it was clear that he wasn't doing this. So he was basically just expressing himself putting opinion in the in the public square, and there's absolutely no grounds to to arrest. Him say. Yeah. And I mean, there's another interesting aspect in that the the police officer, you cannot you hear him in the video Audrey snatches the bible away for much is horrible setting. And he says, oh, please. He says, well, you should've thought about that before you being racist. And I asked about his that she didn't get back to me on this particular point. Because I said you've just told me that she wasn't. I wasn't that ratio. He was projecting on anybody. The police officers didn't hear hear any race racist remarks. We'll also won't set about why the face off Sunday accusing him being racist. So they didn't have an all male now on it's amazing. These these were two white officers talking to a black Jamaican about being racist. Yes. Yeah. Exactly. So they outrage has been pretty pretty big in the KMC Kip amongst clergy quality, people senior Christian leaders in the UK you've wanted to see more from the us. Christopher can debris and a few other people to actually speak out on. This guy's behalf. I did actually here today that he the the guy in question to preach that he he was eventually be arrested Mazzi said and then dropped off somewhere. I mean, she had no money on him. So he basically didn't know what to do and where to guy or they said someone helped him out and he ended up going back to see Southgate station knows London and continuing on preaching. Let's get on. I might say. Well, what is the what's the health of the of of Great Britain? Now. I mean we yesterday. In america. We we actually had half of the Senate refused to vote on saving children's lives after they're born and refused to call that infanticide and forced doctors to take care of a living baby outside of the womb. I'm shocked with with what we're going through. And because I know God is just I am gravely concerned about the health of my country. What is it a health? What direction is it moving over? There. Spiritually. It's a good question. I mean, I think that we are we are in dire. Straits many ways spirited. I think there's there's lots of issues thing raised by Christians and by Christian leaders, but then there's lots of issues I just think cost by the wayside. I mean, he's still bullshit and the UK well in Northern Ireland is slightly different. But in the UK as a as a in the mainland, that's the abortion laws. Since since the sixties have been incredibly liberal mamas over three hundred thousand abortions every year. Okay. That's seems to have just taken a real backseat intensive why she's raunchy important to to Christians or to the people who are in the in the public square and in the public eye as as Christian leaders cotija de si situations where you think religious, freedom and freedom of speech. Just in a general sense is just being with it away. No, one bar smatterings of people on social media or our age. But there's another bossed outrage to it just seems to be becoming more normal. And that's. Man. That's probably why we picked up on may think about our poets. 'cause I think it's so that we do that. But that's just sort of passiveness. I think in the UK which is just very dangerous in overtime. I can become the normal. You know, those sorts of incidents can just become very normal realize it anymore. We don't see any. We don't see any Democrats here leaving the Democratic Party. No matter how extreme they go antisemitic or or death. You know with the abortion embrace. We don't see the Democrats leaving. But do I read this is a good sign that you had seven labor party leaders leave the labor party because they've gone too far. Yeah. Absolutely. The anti semitism stuff has been brewing on the surface for quite a few months later. Politicians damn very very just frustration. Jeremy Corbyn on his inability to address the head on and actually take responsibility for it. So they they defected, and then as a from conservative, and the fact that as well, no one's quite sure about about independent party. That's actually gonna let liking feature. But it's definitely I think an encouraging sign politicians on both sides rachi saying this this. I'm particularly anti symmetric stuff was was horrendous on the late thought he didn't deal with it. Properly. Get to see principal politicians that she come out of the woodwork and standing up things, but I still on where to go on that front will. Thank you so much for talking to us about this will stay in touch, we'll mall. He's a writer for faith wire. You can find him at M A U L E under. Score will follow him at Twitter. Also, find him at faith wire dot com. All right. I wanna tell you a little bit about lifelock. There are sponsor lifelock a warning signs that you've been hacked into unfamiliar loan or credit on your credit report. All.

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"black jamaican" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on WTVN

"Polices that might want. What he wants? Thank you. Now, they grab the handcuffs. And they start to arrest. Going to mandate take his bible, and he just peacefully says, please don't find just don't take my bible away. Please don't take my bible away. This is something if you see this video is like from some dystopia futuristic movie that you that you hate. That's in garland and soon. We'll be here will mall writer from faith wire. How're you doing? Will Glen how're you doing good? I know you've been following this in in England tell us what's going on. Yeah. It's a crazy crazy story. I mean, it just popped up on Twitter the other day this video and looking into it was very clear that I'm really this guy. He was preaching done naturally. Nothing. Wrong is just expressing himself is just basically preaching to people who listen when they will composite done. Nothing wrong with two wasn't threatening. Anybody on the police for colds actually, spoke the metropolitan police about it. And they set the pace for cool because he was supposedly being as Lama sober. Allow was quickly denied a few minutes later. He wasn't being islamophobic a tool. So I was just his eye on the police officers. They said didn't hit him being. So he's basically just preaching an an. Just a few people gathered around he won best. Please. Officers kind of Tibet aside and decided that she one your hair anymore. So the the you can see in the video that you just said he the officer offensively said that he was preaching peace, which he wasn't. I mean, he wasn't inciting violence. He wasn't doing anything illegal under the law. So he said, well, you'll breaching people's piece of walking us. Closing day. And nobody wants to hear it basically say that was interesting Coleman. And so then he he basically marched him off the arrested him much more, which was completely unnecessary. I actually came out today that he told me that they then took out the station realize they can charge him with anything realize it done. Nothing. Wrong. Arrested him was the Fraser U S to let him go. Yeah. I'd never had that one. You know, it's amazing to me will is here in America. We just had these radical preachers preaching hatred preaching race riots. And they were on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and innocent kids are listening to it. They're blamed for causing breaching the peace if you will being racist. And nobody said anything about the preachers who were just absolutely vile. But you don't have freedom of speech in England. Well, we do in some senses, we have a freedom of expression, the European Convention of human rights. Pause. The UK human-rights much. Jay, that's that. Should give us a sense of freedom of expression, but takes obviously there are the laws that govern. How you behave in the public square if you're inciting hatred and. And. Legislate on that can be illegal. But it was clear that he wasn't doing this. So he was basically just expressing himself putting on opinion, and is in the public square, and there's absolutely no grounds to to arrested after say, yeah. And I mean, there's another interesting aspect in the the police officer, you cannot you hear chairman in the video Austria snatches the bible away, which is horrible setting. And he says oh play Dogwood away. He says, well, he should have thought about that before you being racist. And I about. Is that she didn't get back to me on this point. Because I said you've just told me that she wasn't a Islamophobe wasn't a racism that he was projecting on anybody. Please. Socialist didn't hear any race racist remarks? So we'll also Walsall about why the face off Sunday accusing him thing racist. So they didn't have just male now on it's amazing. These these were two white officers talking to a black Jamaican about being racist. Yes. Yeah. Exactly. So the outrage has been pretty pretty big in the AMC Kip amongst like clone of clergy as quasi people senior sort of Christian leaders in the UK you've wanted to see more from the debris and a few other people to actually speak out on. This guy's behalf. I did that here today that he the the guy in question the preacher. He eventually be arrested as the Mets they said and then dropped off somewhere. I mean, she had no money on him. So he basically didn't know what today on the guy or someone helped him out and he ended up going back to see south station. No Sunday and continuing on preaching. Let's get on much say, well, what is the what's the health of the of of Great Britain. Now. I mean we yesterday. In america. We we actually had half of the Senate. Refused to vote on saving children's lives after they're born in refused to call that infanticide and forced doctors to take care of a living baby outside of the womb. I'm shocked with with what we're going through. And because I know God is just I am gravely concerned about the health of my country. What is the health? What direction is it moving over? There. Spiritually. It's a good question. I mean, I think we are and enroll we are in dire. Straits, many ways spiritual. I think there's there's lots of issues thing raised by Christians, Christian leaders. But then there's lots of issues I just think cost by the wayside. I mean, he's still bullshit and the UK well in Northern Ireland is slightly different. But in the UK as a whole as in the mainland is the abortion laws since since the sixties I've been incredibly liberal mamas over three hundred thousand abortions every year. Okay. Now, that's seems to have just taken a real acce- intensive why she's raunchy important to to Christians or to the people who are in the in the public square, and in the public eye as as Christian leaders, and then of course, these situations where you think religious, freedom and freedom of speech. Just in a general sense is just being with it away. I know bar see smatterings of people on social media or our age by not there's not a vast outrageous to it just seems to be becoming more and more normal. And that's probably why we picked up and sort of made this thing about our poets 'cause. I think it's bicycle that. We do that. But it just sort of passiveness. I think in the UK, which is just very dangerous and overtime. I can become the normal. You know, those sorts of interesting just become very normal realize that anymore. We don't see any. We don't see any Democrats here leaving the Democratic Party. No matter how extreme they go antisemitic or or death, you know, with the abortion embrace. We don't see the Democrats leaving. But do I read this is a good sign that you had seven labor party leaders leave the labor party because they've gone too far. Yeah. Absolutely. The anti semitism stuff has been brewing on the surface for quite a few months later polticians, Dan, very very just frustration. Jeremy Corbyn on his inability to address head on and actually take responsibility for it. So they they defected, and then as a conservative, and the fact that as well, no one's quite sure about about independent party and let like in the future. But it's definitely I think an encouraging sign the least politicians on both sides. Right. She's saying this is what L happier this. I'm particularly anti symmetric stuff was was horrendous. Mandalay probably didn't deal with it properly shirts. Good to see principal. Politicians such you come out of the woodwork and standing up things, but I still a long way to go on that front will. Thank you so much for talking to us about this will up we'll mall. He's a writer for faith wire. You can find him at M A U L E underscore will follow him at Twitter. Also, find him at faith wire dot com. All right. 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"black jamaican" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Thank you. John. Marlow who's birthdays today with rebel music? This is a different version of the L. Yeah. This is this really spoke to me when I was high school. Do you wanna talk about? A crazy bone. Yeah. I've. A lot of time before school listening to this. And the Ford Explorer. Hugs album. I think it was actually. So during the break, I picked up to see why this lady had been holding so long, and she said, I want to tell you that. I love the show eleven minutes and forty five seconds. And I said well, hang on. I'm gonna put you on. I guess she hung up. Oh, man. Three sons really really means a lot. Thank you. The fact that you would hold like almost twelve minutes just to tell us that you like us. Thank you. What about when people wanna tell you how much they love the show, and they don't hold. It seems like you don't enjoy those calls. No, I'm cool with that. Those people wanna call centers. Go ahead. Love the show. No don't do that. No. All right. But if if you're already there and you held for that long. Then thank you. But we don't need your calls to say that you love. This y'all assume that you liked the show enough to listen to it since you're listening to it. We'll just I mean, if you really like these crazy to live alone. Hello. Hey. What's up, sir? Hey, I just wanted to real quick. There's a video of this guy. He's a black Jamaican. Do gotta check it out. 'cause that's who changed my perspective. I used to feel the same way you did. If you ain't got those chink on wants to do my body. But. He say the word for Chinese people. Yes. The hell man come on who's saying that that guy. That's it. No one says that anymore. Clint Eastwood in GRANDE Torino, God he says everything trigger out alive. Oh, yeah. Oh, man. Hey, man. What's up, man? How you bet me main. Really quick, you know on the sushi. Chef next time you make sure you order the dragging your up. When he drags these nuts and drops them on your four. Gotta go meet, man. He's he's hibernating until he thinks good deeds. Nuts Joe because he's back to stay in hibernation Ello. Hello. Hey. What's up, sir? Hey, what's going to figure out dispatcher had four in the medical marijuana cards? Place. I'm drew. A true, I'm trying to figure out the medical card. Are you need simply go choice med group. Dotcom choice med group dotcom ailments. What do you got, you know, what's wrong? I'll tell you. What's that? Disease. You see see? Ulcers tastes coitus. Oh, sorry. Ask God definitely need to see them. Do. He's getting unlimited milligrams. Limited milligrams. Obviously, sir. You should go see professionals of the medical profession before you come to us. I have my card. I'm a professional. So we don't know what we're talking about you, go, see the medical professionals. And then the people rejoice bed group telling me sent you. And I hope that your UC somehow gets better. Thank you walk around and in constant stomach pain. Thank you, seventy seven five seven nine one zero to five. I I can't imagine you know, when you're tummy really really hurts. And you try to do things like go about your day kill magic going through life with constant chronic stomach pain. No. And that's why we have to start making fun of Davidson. He's the face of it right now is he oh, he's got all through. Oh. Right. He's just got butthole is. And he's got Cape back and say, which makes me having serious how in the world is she slumming like that. Is it? Okay, or not. Okay. Well, he's ugly. Hot. That's what that's what he said. So he's wrong is okay. Or not okay. To try to wash the gay away. With gay conversion therapy. Is it okay? To offer a type of therapy. To talk people out of being gay brainwash them out of being what they feel like they are programmed to do are. They only with the gay conversion therapy words, legal are they are they only talking to people because I feel like they would hook you up to things back in the day. I mean back ten years ago. I don't know what goes on in there. I saw that they're bringing back shock treatment for depression. So I can only imagine what goes on when it comes to gay conversion therapy. But a federal judge last week ruled at the city of Tampa has to allow some parts of gay conversion therapy to continue despite a city ordinance that it was adopted in April two thousand seventeen that bans it now the ban is on electric shock. Verbal counseling is protected by the first amendment. Wow. So you can no longer shock therapy. Someone out of being gay, but you're allowed to try to talk. Them out of being gay. Are we talking about only children here because if an adult if an adult is willingly going to this, and it's what they want. Then who was anybody else to say that they can't write? I don't think that you should ever be turned away from therapy that you want like if you if you are gay, but you don't want to be gay, and you go you feel like you could go to therapists and have them somehow convert you, okay? I'm sure there are people that that don't wanna be gay that they find out. They're normally you're getting pressure from your family. Oh, hey, you're not you're just confused right now. But anybody make that decision on their own where maybe they're getting a bunch of support from their friends and family, but they go. Hey, I don't like this. I want to change it. I think they only want to change it because of the other people around them. Okay. You're into what you're into. But when other people pipe up, and they want to like make you feel bad for that. That's when you're like, oh, I better change us. I think you can I don't know. But I think you could come to that decision on your own Mike like without other people saying that they're mad or upset or don't want you to be gay. I think there's probably people realize early on that they have those feelings, and they just don't want them. They think that they don't want. They they. They have convinced themselves, but they don't want them, but you're attracted to who you're attracted to like, you can't fight that. But that can come from anywhere at imagine past life experiences. What whatever whatever it may be like, you can have those feelings. Sure. But I think like if you're honest with yourself, you're happy with who you are you're happy with what you're into. It's one of those external forces act upon you and make you feel a certain way out alive. Hello. Yeah. I was just wanted to say that half of the therapists from gay conversion therapy are gay and just trying to beat gay people. True that alive. He's uncovered something. I make for a great porno, wouldn't it? Syria, conversion therapy, a therapist gay. Yeah. He's not trying to just meet new gay people. He's trying to neat. Then he hypnotizing and while they're hypnotized. And they're eating hamburgers to meet. You get a lot of meat. Between the bugs. Nice. Lava brisket. Whole Ponderosa in there. From the nine four one. Go ahead. Oh, hey, what's going on guys? What's up? Yeah. Yeah. I think this is kind of nonsensical because I ate withdrew. But I do I mean. Your preference? Sorry. Why would you hate to agree with me? What did I do on relatively sensible human being who will not your names, an IRA, your nickname denier, you won't let me be drew? Thank astro. Yeah. Sure. Okay. What are you going to say about a fake ass to God? Give me your your silly little pin. You fake Astro? Go ahead. Gangster. Br is the check this out. There's an advocate even listen to this fake ass. Counterfeit mother though. Hey, sorry. Go ahead. All my Lord. The SEC, my friend, right? I almost did fake ass bitch. Listen, are you so aggressive with me? I'm being nice. I know dude. It's cool fake. Your your your your whole the whole idea of a radio personality. I know at least my name's drew drew Andy posing to be a drew wanna be your posing. You're. Yeah. No, no fake ass. Andy carpet bag in it. I'm gonna take a right turn. I'm gonna take it back Thursday on you. And I wanted to call Andrew from. Is not worth it to me. It sounds good. Go out with are. You're gonna say drew. All right. So in short, I don't think it's anybody's place. 'cause you're right. I mean, the only reason why anybody would want to change how they feel because to worry about the other people like, you know, maybe they would upset their parents if they came out of the closet, or what have you? So I think it's all ridiculous. I think we've we've gone. So I I don't know. You are you're you're an Andrew that made a drew phone call today, man. Good job. Appreciate you, dude. Nice to hear from you. Well, thank you. Seventy seven five seventy five. I thought he was just playing along with the first, but I can tell it really gets. Yeah. That's awesome to live. Go ahead. Hey, Jerry, what's going on, man? Great. Thank you. Hey, great. I agree with that, man. It's okay. It's okay. To what? The gate therapy thing. Oh, so it's okay to ban gay therapy, or it's okay. To have gay therapy. Dad have gate therapy. Should they be allowed shock treatment? I don't know about that going shock three treatment. But therapies could apparent be allowed to take their kid to gay conversion therapy to try to get them to wash the gateway, of course. 'cause you're not born day, man. That's a that's a. Know that's an option. I mean. Okay. Let me ask you this. My dude, what's your name. Miguel. How old were you? When you decided that you wanted to like girls instead of guys. I was young man that was like five six. So when you were five or six, you looked at dudes and you're like, yeah there. Okay. So in other words today, you're still struggling with these still find guys attractive, but you choose to. Yeah. You find guys, you know, they're they're q. But I mean girls acute, oh, you're not going to go and and sleep with a with a guy. Right. Why not if you wanna do it? Why wouldn't you you want you want to do it? Right. No. No. You don't wanna do it? No. You want to you're choosing to sleep with girls over guys? It's not something you're born with you make that choice. So you're choosing. Everyday is a struggle for. You're choosing us with girls over guys. No, no, no negative. You're you're inside the tell me girls man guys are just there. You know, you don't like us. So you're inside you're telling you girls. What why do you think you're inside? You're telling you that way. Do you think you're born that way? Of course, you are. So then why would they banned my man my man my man, I just caught Yay. Would it not stand to reason that gay people are the same as you? They were born with the desire to find a certain sects of people attractive sexually. How is it? A different. I mean, it's it's not. I mean, it's so you were born. So you admitted that you were born heterosexual, and the nonsense you tried to pile on my show earlier was that gay people choose being gay. But then you just said that they're born gay. No, no, no. I that say they're born J that they could say maybe mentally sick or something. Oh, you think being homosexual is a mental illness? Yes. Wow. How is your life? Do. No, no. But think about it think about it. What it's not natural to to to like if you're a man is not natural to what's not natural sexuality in the animal kingdom. They're gay penguins. They're leaving the bible. Nope..

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"black jamaican" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"From. St louis. The one and only calypso Louis better known as Louis Farrakhan in the days when he was a calypso singer apparently didn't like transgendered people even back then he called for a separate state for black Americans in an Instagram video that he posted last Thursday saying quote what God wants while those opposed. He described as slaves. I mean. He's you know, he's certainly the most obvious anti Semite in the country today. But now he's calling for a nation state separate from white America in and it's not just my goal. He said, it's what God wants most of our people don't want it here you love your enemy. You wanna stay with your enemy? You're in love with his wealth. I understand the fascination you slaves. I understand that. But God has something else for us. Let me tell you what's going to happen. Yes. I'm after a separate state a separate nation in the sixties. What was our cry? We weren't saying we want to integrate. We were saying it's nation time. He said I would play you this this clip, but it makes my skin crawl. So I just I just share the content with you. But see this is the kind of stuff that when I have to sit here and be told over and over again that, you know, I I'm inherently racist because of the color of my skin, and that I have some sort of you know, privilege whether it's because I'm SIS gendered or because I'm white or whatever the the, you know, the. Whatever the rules change every day. I didn't even know what's this gendered was until two weeks ago. Now, I find that I am I am plagued with SIS gender ISM meaning identify as the same sex as my genitals. That it now there's now a term for looking at yourself and seeing yourself as you actually are. And it means that you have some sort of SIS gender, ISM privilege. So in other words. He just you know, wondering once zone state. You know, no wonder the racists are out of the closet. No wonder the anti-semites are out of the closet 'cause it's really not the white people. Yeah. It's really not anymore. Most of us have had large scale metamorphosis in our family histories. You know, there are not many families any longer who cannot point to relatives who are gay and relatives who are different races. And relatives that are different religions. You know, people don't when I was growing up when people were different religions got married. It was very big deal. My father's family toward their clothing. And and you know, ashes and sackcloth when my father brought home his little Puerto Rican, Catholic bride. Okay. They were they were apoplectic. They did everything short events. Well, they did excommunicate him. They. Put a suitcase at the door and told them I have a nice life over the years as things change. My mother was finally welcomed into the family, but my brother, and I would never viewed the same way as all my little cousins who had Jewish mothers and Jewish fathers. We weren't nor was I looked at the same. As all my cousins on the other side who had Catholic mothers and Catholic fathers marriages between different religions in the forties. And fifties was still very controversial. It just was. But now you look around you. I don't even know I there are very few families. I know where they're they're even expected to bring home a bride or a groom who has the same faith. Yeah. Some people still, you know, will will hope for that. Some people will actually have sister daughter's like, what's her name, Ivanka who will convert to the religion of the husband or the other direction? Whatever the case may be I know a family where the woman converted from Christianity to Judaism because you know, she wanted to raise her kids in the faith of her husband move up. Listen, that's fine and dandy. It's their choice, and they can do it. But you know, neither one of my children. Was considering the religion of the person they married nor the race of the person they married and the proof of that is neither one of them married. People who were of the same faith that they were raised in a neither one of them. Well, now, I can't say neither one of them. Well, I can you know, my son married and an all white gringa daughter buried, a a black Jamaican. Yeah. And nobody in our family. Oh my God. What are we gonna do? Nothing. You know, when's the wedding? And you know, what are you giving them for their present? So when I hear stuff like Louis Farrakhan, get up and say he wants his own nation. I say to myself, so we're the traces there certainly not in my my world. That's not me denying that. There are still some creeps out there in parts of this country who are inherently racist of sure there are but they are very far out of the mainstream. They are very unacceptable you'd be better off smoking a cigarette. Then saying you're racist in society today, and you can't really smoke cigarettes much anymore. I was thinking about that the other day I was walking into a at arena kind of setting on arena, but a large scale concert hall, and I'm looking around and it's posted from the parking lot all the way to the front door. No smoking. Absolutely, no smoking. I was at a hospital last night. Visiting summit. No smoking, not in the parking. Lot not in the lobby not in the back, no places with ashtrays. I remember when you could smoke inside. I remember when you could smoke on an airplane. How about that? But you know, we don't do that anymore. Nor do we talk about racism the way, we were able to do that in the forties and fifties. And I say Hallelujah. Okay. It's great. But then I have to sit by and listen to some guy calling for an all black nation in the United States. Right. Well, well, let's give them. I don't know. Anybody wanna pick like Alabama Mississippi? What do we give? Yeah. And that's where the true, racists, really left. Yeah. And I'm sure that the next thing I'm gonna hear is from, you know, our new representatives from the state of Minnesota, you'll Honda Omar or the front of the state of Michigan. She'd lie. Whatever I'm sure that they're going to be saying that we should have you know, states where sharia laws okay is the law of the land, you know, because we have failed to make the case for our life. We're we're quibbling amongst ourselves so much and giving a voice to every oddity. Yeah. I don't know if you I don't know how to frame it. But when you have. When you have people mainstreaming or trying to make mainstream things that are just plain not real not based on any kind of science whatsoever. Then then you end up with the society. That's fractured. You ended up with people not wanting to communicate or get along. I saw a great thing. I'm trying to see if I can remember where I found the today. It was a young man who was talking about how he has. He he has a tough time. Now talking to members of his family who may or may not agree with him. You know, they they don't have the same philosophies, right? Why you can't argue with them. And I thought this was so fascinating. And it it's not that that long. But it's really a I'll play it when we come back from the next spray because he used to be that you could talk right. You could have a civil conversation. I shared with the audience on Friday that I had a friend who inadvertently his wife sent me an Email to get together. And then she said, oh, I'm sorry. We can't he doesn't want to hang out with you because of your political views, and I'm like, he's been my friend for fifty odd years, you know, to that. When did it become impossible to talk to people or love people that you've loved for half a century over politics. If I stopped loving all the liberals in my life. It'd be a very very small circle. No. And I don't see why I have to do that. Why don't we just to have conversations and and come together? Maybe it's just me who who hopes that we can get back to that. But I'm really not that. Sure. And when we come back, I will I will play this little piece of why you cannot argue with a leftist because when two people share the same goals, then they can disagree even strongly disagree and still have a productive discussion. Right. But if if the if you don't share the same goals that you can't even have a discussion if one side wants utopia with, you know, I don't know what you call them the unicorns flying through the sky and everybody has the same about and the other side wants freedom more freedom, not less freedom. What's the what's the premise? You know, what are you arguing about your goals are not the same? So it's not just your methods. It's not just your philosophy. That's a distinct. It's your goals. All right. Let me take a break. We come back. I'll share that. With you. And lots more. When.

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"black jamaican" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"White supremacists. And ski masks that go unnoticed by the Chicago police. Who's races? Are I not reported? And then later are and you're still wearing the string around your neck at home an hour later got scratches on your face. I reports of rib. I I think the first report was a broken rib then there was bruised ribs. And now, there's no mention of ribs and the latest Gara, and I suspect I know where this is going after I certainly as a was saying, I certainly hope that the that the. Chicago police get all the surveillance video surveillance of everything and neighborhoods like that certainly these days and get all the surveillance video and see if they can find the incident, if there wasn't fact that incident and see what we can learn for because you know, they they got these surveillance cameras everywhere inside stores that are looking out the windows that just capture what's going on incidentally outside on the sidewalk or the St. the their apartment buildings they're and office buildings, and they have surveillance cameras all over the place watching cars there a street light cameras red light cameras speed cameras. There are cameras everywhere. Oh, and by the way, when jussie smollet invited the police into his house only after his manager compelled him to call the police he asked that the police turn off their body cams while they interviewed him about the facts of the case. That's another red flag. A red flag. They got nothing but red flags here. All right. Let's go to let's go to today's democrat. So let's go to number three. A because this is this really is the story of the day. I think the Virginia Democrat elected Representative to the state house, Kathy TRAN who was talking to a Republican delegate Todd Gilbert, Todd Gilbert is sane and rational person, Kathy TRAN has really got she's needs a come to Jesus moment here where it's obvious that a woman is about to give birth. She has physical signs of that. She's about to give birth with that still be a point at which she could request an abortion if she was so certified she's dilating my Bill would allow that. Yes. My Bill would allow that. Yes. During childbirth you can kill the child. That's today's democrat party. Let's go to sound byte number five sound bite number five. This is a democrat congresswoman Ilhan, Omar. She is a democrat. She is a demo. Crat she's from Minnesota. And she is a democrat member of the house of representatives. And she is now the other day, we had Alexandria Casio Cortez. Talking about a seventy percent tax rate for the tippy top for those terrible successful people who must be impeded. They must be stopped because when you have a foot race and some people are getting out ahead the instinct of the leftist to tie weights to their ankles to slow them down. So you can catch up because you're pathetic. That's generally, the reason here's Ilan, Omar. She says that we should be talking about possibly a ninety percent marginal tax rate on the tippy top those terrible successful people who must be stopped because the state is against them. You can't have individual achievement. You can't have people succeeding inexcessive. What the collective is is performing if they if they perform outside of the parameters of the collective, they must be impeded. That's the idea Ilhan, Omar. Few things that we can do one of them is that we could increase the taxes that people are paying what did we? The extremely wealthy. Extremely. Seventy percents eighty percent. We've had it as high as ninety percent. Ninety percent. We've had as high as ninety percent. There's a host here zen Abbassali. Selby Zainab Selby is talking to Ilan, Omar, the Representative and said, well, how are you gonna are? You gonna do this. You gotta you gotta pay for it. You just get it raise taxes until you pay for everything because you know, they're big healthcare plan. Their free healthcare plan is three point seven trillion dollars a year. That's essentially the federal budget nearly the federal budget all over again. So they want to double the size of the federal. But that's just for healthcare. Forget about the housing the free college for everyone free things for every illegal alien that shows up at our border, a host Zana Selby picks up for a lot of people as taxing the rich to eighty ninety percent or seventeen and one for sentiments pay fast. But even those who support that. Good luck getting that how are you planning on having this negotiations on dialogue or bridge-building to actually get that happening? I mean, the influence of money in politics is is severe and so severe I really have been working to limit the influence corporations and the super wealthy have. Yuba Faust must be content. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This is perfectly consistent with Barack Obama's patter during eight years of his presidency pay their fair share pay our fair share in taxes in a way that is fair pay their fair share share and taxes pay their fair. Share? Also about fairness, it's about fairness. Let's not forget about the fairness because what's fair is ninety percent. You're more successful than me. But I've got a gun. The gun is called the state. The state is in your face. We're gonna steal ninety percent of what you make because we're buying votes. Well, worked well in Venezuela. I guess that's okay. And remember keep in mind Ilhan, Omar, you remember who Ilan Omar s she's the genocidal anti Semite not to be confused with the other democrat in the house of representatives who is also genocidal, anti Semite. And that's good old. Yeah. Russia to leave of course, who's from Michigan and Rashida to lead put the shadow posted up on the world map in her inner congressional office scratching Israel and Palestine with an arrow. And here's Ilan, Omar. This is today's democrat party there with the jihad tweeted Israel has hypnotized the world may all awaken the people and help them. See the evil doings of Israel. Yeah. That's what she tweeted. That's right. That's right out of Al Qaeda. I mean, that's that's Al Qaeda jargon. And it's she's a democrat member of the house of representatives in good standing with the Democrats and the news media, but I repeat myself. Let's let's also by the way, you know, camera Harris. Kevin Harris is a friend. This is it's we got three hundred and thirty million people in this country. And apparently that's not enough because this actor from empire who was allegedly attacked by a ski mask maga- hat wearing white guys at two o'clock in the morning who recognize this unrecognizable guy, I happen to have some bleach with them. And now we've got bleach and he's got bleach and an hour later. He's still got the string around his neck, and he calls his agent, and and gosh and this letter written with somebody's left hand as sent to the FOX station, and it's kinda close to but not vicious enough for a real racist. And a real big. This this just stinks stinks from beginning to end and everybody should know it in Chicago and elsewhere. On WLS on the great WLS in Chicago. I grew up listening to w Ellison watching WLS city, but it turns out Kamler Harris is a friend of our actor friend jussie smollet and Camelot Harris has put out a statement about how he is the kindest, John I think this is right out of the Manchurian candidate. Isn't it? Says he's the kindest gentlest person that she's ever met or something crazy like that. She says that there are such good friends, really awful and shocking. It's it's terrible homophobia. It's there. I'm sorry. I left the sun times pace. And I went to the people magazine piece because there are so many different big stories on it here. It is now he's one of the kindest most gentle human beings, I've ever met said camera Harris, a close, personal friend. Michelle is the kindest bravest one house wonderful human being. That's exactly right. She's just as jussie smollet. It's kind of like Raymond Shaw in the Manchurian candidate. I think I think that's the case. Now, let's go to sound byte number eight. Casey hunt. They call her Casey DC. I don't mean. I don't know if that means that she's bisexual. But that's a is there a show called Casey DC is that what is called her TV show that's out of cable station that nobody watches. So so why would you do that? Casey hunt was was on. Campbell Harris announced that she's running for president. She's a democrat. She's from California. Her father was black Jamaican, I believe and her mother Indian from India, and she's Campbell Harris, and she had an affair with the speaker of the California assembly when she was a young lawyer, and the speaker of the California assembly Willie Brown who had affairs with everybody and everybody knows that did for years and years and years, he got her her first jobs, and he put out a put out a little column the other day where he said, oh, yeah. We had an affair when I was married, and she was having an affair with a married, man. But I did help her get her first two jobs, and then he said he helped out Diane Feinstein and Nancy Pelosi and Gavin Newsom to and I don't want to know what the sexual equation was in all of that. I really really don't, but Willie Brown put this this statement tenant in a column he said an account that he had an affair with Campbell Harris when she was young learned he helped her get into the business of politics and get good jobs. If you know what I mean, that's a job for a job. That's how things work and democrat party politics. And and then everybody gets most moist towelettes at the end of the the meeting. Here's Casey hunt, Casey DC, MS DNC, and she's really upset because Campbell Harrison now she's running for president. And it's been an absolute swoon fest a love fest. But here's Casey appears to be calling Willie Brown who is black a racist. If she calling him a racist because these people are nuts. I think I was overly optimistic and thinking that she wouldn't last that there would be more time before she suddenly facing racist and sexist undertones, but it's already out there, right? Yeah. A guy Willie Brown. Something of a legend in California politics out with a column saying, yes, I dated comma Harris, it's like every woman's nightmare with their ex-boyfriends. Right. Rain through. Maybe we should start asking NBC executives. How Casey hunt gutter job that's every woman's nightmare. It's not every woman's nightmare because not every woman slept their way to the bottom and clawed their way to the middle. Now, I know how things work at NBC news. They got Matt Lauer with the button under the desk, and they got Mark Halperin Allred CBS, they got the crusty paw. And now, I think NBC had more than that to the sexual harassment network news and all that stuff in case. He's kind of perky and. I wouldn't want to conjecture, but that's every not every woman's nightmare because not every woman slept their way to their job. Casey. I'm not sure if you're aware of that some people actually get their jobs on on merit. Fascinating, isn't it? I don't know. I don't I don't think I know a single man who slept his way into their job. Not not one. Tiffany cross Tiffany cross the best of DC. Yeah. This is this is on the KC hunt. This is Tiffany cross. Another other friend of the democrat party on DNC TV and this whole Willie Brown thing Willie Brown is a hero of the black community has been for forty years. I black speaker of the California assembly's mayor of San Francisco, I think now he's of San Francisco, sixty minutes. Profiling him heroically decades ago and twenty five thousand dollar suits, limousines, helicopters, private plans, usual democrat party stuff. And it's all kosher because he's a democrat, and and he's black. So what does it Casey hunt is accusing Willie Brown of racist sexist attacks is that because he's black and and he had an affair with her and gave her first couple of jobs. So Tiffany cross she's got a long dating history that you know, I'm sure history salivating for you for the opportunity when somebody brings up her relationship, hassle we Willie Brown when you have. The president of the United States in his sketchy past relationships. So I think this is a space that she's going to navigate very well. Listen to the crap they peddle a space. She's going to navigate very well. These are racist sexist attacks because a black man said that he had an affair with a black Indian woman. That's a racist sexist attack. Let's start with that. All right. You're mentally. Okay. See that's not a racist attack. And it's not a sexist attack. And if your worst nightmare is that all of your many, and by the she just said, she has a long dating history a long day. I can only imagine what that means. I should probably not run a black light over her..

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"black jamaican" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

13:05 min | 2 years ago

"black jamaican" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"White supremacists. In ski masks that go unnoticed by the Chicago police. Who's races are first not reported. And then later are and you're still wearing the string around your neck at home an hour later got scratches on your face. I reports of rib. I I think of the first report is a broken rib then there was bruised ribs. And now there is no mention of ribs and the latest Gara, and I suspect I know where this is going after I certainly as ammonia was saying, I certainly hope that the that the Chicago police get all the surveillance video surveillance of everything and neighborhoods like that certainly these days. And get all the surveillance video and see if they can find the incident if there was infected incident and see where we can learn from it because you know, they got these surveillance cameras everywhere inside stores that are looking out the windows that just capture what's going on incidentally outside on the sidewalk or the St. the their apartment buildings they're in office buildings, and they have surveillance cameras all over the place watching cars there a street light cameras red light cameras speed cameras. There are cameras everywhere. Oh, and by the way, when jussie smollet invited the police into his house only after his manager compelled him to call the police he asked that the police turn off their body cams while they interviewed him about the facts of the case. That's another red flag there a red flag. They got nothing but red flags here. Let's go to let's go to today's democrat. So let's go to number three. A because this is this really is the story of the day. I think the Virginia Democrat elected Representative to the state house, Kathy TRAN who was talking to a Republican delegate Todd Gilbert, Todd Gilbert is sane and rational person, Kathy TRAN has really got she's needs a come to Jesus moment here where it's obvious that a woman is about to give birth. She has physical signs of that. She is about to give birth. Would that still be a point at which she could request an abortion if she was so certified she's dilating my Bill would allow that? Yes. My Bill would allow that. Yes. During childbirth you can kill the that's today's democrat party. Let's go to sound byte number five sound bite number five. This is a democrat congresswoman Ilhan, Omar. She is a democrat. She is a democrat. She's from Minnesota. And she is. Democrat member of the house of representatives. And she is now the other day we had legs. Andrea Cossio Cortez. Talking about a seventy percent tax rate for the tippy top for those terrible successful. People must be impeded. They must be stopped because when you have a foot race and some people are getting out ahead the instinct of the leftist to tie weights to their ankles to slow them down. So you can catch up because you're pathetic. That's generally, the reason here's Ilan, Omar. She says that we should be talking about possibly a ninety percent marginal tax rate on the tippy top those terrible successful people who must be stopped because the state is against you can't have individual achievement. You can't have people succeeding inaccessible. The collective is performing if they if they perform outside of the parameters of the collective, they must be impeded. That's the idea Ilhan, Omar. So there are a few things that we can do one of them is that we could increase the tax. That people are paying. The extremely wealthy extremely communities seventy percents eighty percent. We've had it as high as ninety percent. Ninety percent. We've had as high as ninety percent. There's a host here. Zeynab solid. Selby Zainab's Selby is talking to Ilan Omar, the Representative and said, well, how are you going to? How are you gonna do? Do this. You got to pay for it. You just get it raise taxes until you pay for everything because you know, there are big healthcare plan. Their free healthcare plan is three point seven trillion dollars a year. That's essentially the federal budget nearly the federal budget all over again. So they want to double the size of the federal. But that's just for healthcare. Forget about the housing the free college for everyone free things for every illegal alien that shows up at our border, a host Zana Selby what picks up for a lot of people is taxing the rich to eighty ninety percent or seventeen and one percent. But even those who support that good luck getting that, you know, how are you planning on on having this negotiation dialogue or bridge-building to actually get that happening? Yeah. I mean, the influence of money in our politics is severe and so severe of us really have been working to. Limit the influence corporations and the wealthy have found. Zuber Faust must be content. Yeah. This is perfectly consistent with Barack Obama's patter during eight years of his presidency pay their fair share pay our fair share in taxes in a way that is fair pay their fair share in taxes pay their fair share has also about fairness, it's about fairness. Let's not forget about the fairness because what's fair is ninety percent. You're more successful than me. But I've got a gun. The gun is called the state. The state is in your face. We're gonna steal ninety percent of what you make because we're buying votes. Well, worked well in Venezuela. I guess that's okay. I remember keep in mind Ilhan, Omar, you remember who Ilan Omar as she's the genocidal anti Semite, not to be confused with the other democrat in the house of representatives is also genocidal anti Semite, and that's good old. Yeah. Russia to leave of course, who's from Michigan and Rashida to lead put the shadow posted up on the world map in her inner congressional office scratching Israel and Palestine with an arrow. And here's Ilan, Omar. This is today's democrat party there with the jihad you tweeted, Israel has hypnotized the world may all awaken people and help them. See the evil doings of Israel. Yeah. That's what she tweeted. That's right. That's right out of Al Qaeda. I mean, that's that's al-qaeda jargon. And it's she's a democrat member of the house of representatives in good standing with the Democrats and the news media, but I repeat myself. Let's let's also by the way, you know, camera Harris. Kevin Harris is a friend. This is it's we got three hundred and thirty million people in this country. And apparently that's not enough because this actor from empire who was allegedly attacked by a ski mask maga- hat wearing white guys at two o'clock in the morning who recognize this unrecognizable guy, I happen to have some bleach with a now we've got bleach and he's got bleaches and an hour later. He's still got the string around his neck, and he calls his agent, and and gosh and this letter written with somebody's left hand as sent to the FOX station, and it's kind of close to but not vicious enough for a real racist. And a real big this this just stinks. It stinks from beginning to end and everybody should know it in Chicago and elsewhere on WLS on the great WLS in Chicago. I grew up listening to w Ellison watching WLS TV. But it turns out camera Harris is a friend of our actor friend Jesse. These small and Kamala Harris has put out a statement about how he is the kindest, John I think this is right out of the Manchurian candidate, isn't it? It's says he's the kindest gentlest person that she's ever met her or something crazy like that. She says that there are such good friends, really awful and shocking. It's it's terrible homophobia. It's oh, I'm sorry. I left the sun times piece, and I went to the people magazine piece because there are so many different big stories on it here. It is now he's one of the kindest most gentle human beings, I've ever met said Campbell Harris, a close, personal friend. Shaw's the kindest bravest one most wonderful human being. On my life. It's exactly right. She's so jesse's Jesse smollet. It's kind of like Raymond Shaw in the Manchurian candidate. I think I think that's the case. Now, let's go to sound byte number eight. Casey hunt. They call her Casey DC. I don't mean. I don't know if that means that she's bisexual. But that's a is there a show called Casey CDC is that what is called her TV show of cable station that nobody watches. So so why would you do that? Casey hunt was was on camera Harris announce that she's running for president. She's a democrat. She's from California. Her father was black Jamaican, I believe and her mother Indian from India, and she's Campbell Harris, and she had an affair with the speaker of the California assembly when she was a young lawyer, and the speaker of the California assembly really Brown who had affairs with everybody and everybody knows it did for years and years and years, he got her first jobs, and he put out a put out a little column the other day where he said, oh, yeah. We had an affair when I was married, and she was having an affair with a married, man. But I did help her get her first two jobs, and then he said he helped out Diane Feinstein and Nancy Pelosi and Gavin Newsom too. I don't want to know what the sexual equation was in all of that. I really really don't but Willie Brown put. This this statement in a column he said an account that he had an affair with Campbell Harris when she was young learn you helped her get into the business of politics and get good jobs. If you know what I mean, that's a job for job. That's how things work in Democratic Party politics. And and then it gets most moist towelettes at the end of the meeting. Here's Casey hunt of Casey DC. DNC and she's really upset because candle Harrison out she's running for president. And it's been an absolute swoon fest a love fest, but here's casing appears to be calling Willie Brown who is black a racist. If she calling him a racist. Because these people are nuts. I think I was overly optimistic and thinking that she wouldn't last year that there would be more time before she was suddenly facing racist and sexist on your challenge, but it's already out there, right? Yeah. A guy Willie Brown. Something of a legend in California politics out with a column saying, yes, I dated comma Harris, it's like every woman's nightmare with their ex-boyfriends. Right. You mustn't bring through. Maybe we should start asking NBC executives. How Casey hunt gutter job because every woman's not not every woman's nightmare because not every woman slept their way to the bottom and clawed their way to the middle. Now, I know how things work at NBC news. They got Matt Lauer with the button under the desk, and they got Mark Halperin. Or at CBS, they got the crusty paw. And now, I think NBC had more than that to the sexual harassment network news and all that stuff in case. He's kind of perky, and I wouldn't want to conjecture, but it's every not every woman's nightmare because not every woman slept their way to their job. Casey on not sure if you're aware that some people actually get their jobs on on merit. Fascinating, isn't it? I don't know. I don't I don't think I know a single man who slept his way into their job. Not not one. Tiffany cross Tiffany crossed the best of DC. Yeah. This is this is on the KC hunt. This is Tiffany cross and other friend of the democrat party on DNC TV, and this whole Willie Brown thing Willie Brown is a hero of the black community has been for forty years. I black speaker of the California assembly's mayor of San Francisco, I think now is mayor of San Francisco, sixty minutes, profiling and heroic decades ago and now twenty five thousand dollars suits, limousines, helicopters, private plans, usual democrat party stuff. And it's all kosher because he's a democrat and he's black. So what is it? Casey hunt is accusing Willie Brown of racist sexist attacks is that because he's black and and he had an affair with her and gave her first couple of jobs. So Tiffany cross she's got a long dating history that, you know, I'm sure history celebrating for you for the opportunity when somebody brings up her relationship, passive, we we Brown when you have. Know, the president of the United States in his sketchy past relationships. So I think a space that she's going to navigate very well. Listen to the crap they peddle a space. She's going to navigate very well. These are racist sexist attacks because a black man said that he had an affair with a black Indian woman. That's a racist sexist attack. Let's start with that. All right. You're mentally ill. Casey how that's not a racist attack. And it's not a sexist attack. And if your worst nightmares that all of your many, and by the she just said, she has a long dating history a long day. I can only imagine what that means. I should probably not run a black light over her..

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"black jamaican" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

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"black jamaican" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"Hi. It's Tony Robbins here for another podcast everyone. I'm really excited about this session. Because the man I'm going to introduce you to is known for gosh. Think about fifteen sixteen years. In fact, my son went to his church starting about eighteen years ago called the rock church here in San Diego, which is where we are just tended the service. But the real reason I wanted to meet is because he's also the author of the third option hope for a racially divided nation. This man has lived. We're going to talk about today. And I don't think any of us need only coaching to understand where we are today as a society where we seem to be magnifying our differences instead of connecting on the areas that really matter together, and you know, there's so much pain out. There always has been, but I haven't seen many people talking about solutions. I'm hoping that maybe there's a voice of reason here with a beautiful heart could really touch your heart today and not that you are necessarily someone who's experiencing racism or have ever maybe said or done something a you'd mean to offended someone. But I think today we can maybe look at it with less. Judgment and really a deeper understanding of what's really behind it because these huge if you're African American in this country, you're three times more likely to have your car search when you're pulled over you're you know, if you have a white audience that's supposedly not racist than any. Anyway, just unconscious conditioning affects us all we know it or not in thirteen percent of the time that if it's an African American they're going to thirteen percent longer sentenced to give you an idea, so miles McPherson, brother. So good. Thanks. You're awesome, absorbing your book, and I've so many questions you so my scribble had pages and pages and so's going to your service flying in here. I couldn't stand the audio to make a dense I've kind of had a dictate them. But I like the start you got a unique background people that don't know your history. You started out really wanting to be great athlete and became one. Didn't make the Rams that you had to kind of termination give up. So he made it here. The San Diego Chargers for four years. I like to start before we talk about racism, tell me a little bit about your history to our audience about how you came to connect with the Lord how you came to be running this amazing church, which by the way, how many people tend church this probably twenty three thousand over a month period of time. That's that's and it's diverse diverse. It's like United Nations. Really if we go back to my family, I have two black grandfather's white grandmother and Chinese there'll pass, but have Chinese a black grandmother from Jamaica, West Indies, and my I grew up in a black neighborhood when school in the white neighborhood, and because I'm Vicks than have this. Nice brown. Coca-cola? I got harassed into white neighborhood because I wasn't black wasn't white harassing the black name because I wasn't black enough. They call you waiting. Exactly, exactly. So I was kind of in between both worlds my white grandmother when she was a kid. She was sent to Jamaica queens from Jamaica, West Indies. So she went marry a black Jamaican. And she meets a black to make an Jamaica. And they end up dating get married in my grandfather. We'll go to house they wouldn't let him in the front door. He had to go back. So when she married him, they cut her off. And even though they we lived a Long Island. They live right in queens. Fifteen minutes away. We never knew existed never Smet them. And and it was it was never did..

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