35 Burst results for "Communism"

Voice of the Martyrs' Todd Nettleton on the Story of Richard Wurmbrand

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 7 hrs ago

Voice of the Martyrs' Todd Nettleton on the Story of Richard Wurmbrand

"The story of Richard Verne brund is just unlike anything I had ever heard incredibly moving. He wrote a book called tortured for Christ, and I'm sitting here with the head of the ministry that he started one of the people with the ministry Todd nettleton here from Oklahoma to share about a film that's coming out, Todd, welcome. Thank you. It's great to be with you. Listen, voice of the martyrs, for ever since I've been a believer. I have just been thrilled to know the existence of voice of the martyrs, and when I heard the story of Richard Werner and got to meet him, I couldn't even believe it. I said, this is a living hero who experienced the most wicked persecution imaginable, the communists who are inveterate atheists. They hate God, they hate the people of God. He lived through that and had to love of Jesus in his heart even for those who tortured him. It is unbelievable and there's a book. There's a movie, tell us what is out right now. Well, as you say, he's an amazing hero of the faith. And one of the things I think is so remarkable is Richard managed to keep separate the sin and the sinner. He would often say, you know, I hate communism, but I love communists because Jesus died for them. We need to talk to them about Christ. And so all through 14 years in prison, three years in solitary confinement, tortured again and again and again, he managed to keep that love even for the people who were persecuting him. And so this book, the film, really we want to tell this story to a new generation who maybe isn't familiar with Richard and Sabine ore brand. Frankly, may not be familiar with communism. Right. We want them to know these stories of, like you say, heroes of the faith. Well, people need to know the evilness of evil.

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The Rise of Leon Trotsky & Communism

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 4 d ago

The Rise of Leon Trotsky & Communism

"Trotsky was perhaps the most intellectual of the bunch Of the communist revolutionaries that overthrew and took over Russia The truth is they never had even close to majority of the population behind them About 20% They didn't even have a majority of the quote unquote workers behind them And even though a number of them would serve time in Siberia the fact is that their efforts were not taken seriously enough until it was too late Trotsky was among the most vicious of them but they were all quite vicious When Lennon took over as I said he would soon get 6 relatively shortly thereafter Stalin would eventually replace Lenin through a number of connivance and assassinations and Trotsky would originally become the head of the military The Red Army but he fell out of favor Because he had a different ideological view of Marxism than did Stalin Stalin's view was more akin to a strong man and a single political party the Communist Party which would be the state the party is the state And that party would be a permanent fixture That would in essence ensure that the Marxist economic system and all the rest of it would be enshrined and be complied with

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Yoram Hazony on Foundations of the Conservative Movement in the 1960s

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | Last week

Yoram Hazony on Foundations of the Conservative Movement in the 1960s

"Through kind of what we would consider to be kind of post World War II liberalism. If I were to be honest, in 2014 and 15, I was kind of naive enough to believe that real conservatives were actually small L liberals that we are the defenders of classical liberalism. You push back against this and you kind of also reject some of the fusionism of the 1960s and kind of some of the liberal movements post World War II. For some of our audience that isn't as well read into that. Give them a little bit of a taste of exactly what happened post World War II with this kind of quote unquote neoliberal orthodoxy that set in and how some even self described conservatives would play ball with that. Sure. I mean, the truth is that the conservative movement in the 1960s, which was put together the quarterback was, as you know, was William Buckley. But it was actually an alliance of liberals and conservatives, liberals, meaning people who are people are mostly concerned with individual freedoms and conservatives who are much more concerned with the question of how do we maintain and transmit things from one generation to the next. And the reason for the coalition, I mean, there's lots of times in places where liberals and conservatives were in different opposing political parties, opposing movements. But in the 1960s with the rise of socialism, you know, sort of across the board in America and Britain and other democracies. And the threat of communism, obviously, of the Soviet communism, which was expanding rapidly. So in that situation, the right was kind of reconstituted as an alliance between liberals and conservatives.

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Joseph Pearce Reflects on the Life of Pope Benedict XVI

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Joseph Pearce Reflects on the Life of Pope Benedict XVI

"Talk to you about the life of Benedict, the 16th. By the way, how old is he today? Now, last week, he celebrated 95th birthday. So he's had a long, long arduous life. That's hard for me to believe that he could be 95, my goodness. Now, so let's talk about his life. Obviously, German, his last name, ratzinger, I assume in your book, you go through his life from the beginning. Yeah, basically that the book is a part of the fee and an overview of the legacy. So it's not a conventional biography or Benedict the 16th, but it does tell the story from the beginning from his childhood where of course he grew up as a child under the tyranny of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. So he knows what totalitarian secularism is. Because he experienced it firsthand. As did of course St. John Paul the second with his experience of communism and the Nazis are both. So these men know the dangers of the absence of God in human affairs because they experienced it firsthand as young men. And

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Why Do Some Celebrate 'May Day'

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

Why Do Some Celebrate 'May Day'

"Good may to you. Yesterday was May Day. Celebrated in dozens of countries around the world scores of countries. We still have nostalgia for the greatest mass murdering movement in history. Marxism, it's communism. It's quite remarkable. It doesn't seem like there's any level of evil you can do if it's done. With the right motives in people's minds, you've got to pass. Yeah, communism is great, just hasn't been tried effectively. The same people who say that about communism, interestingly, don't say it about let us say some of the terrible things done by Christendom in the Middle Ages. Right?

For the Great Reset to Take Hold, the Parent-Child Bond Must Weaken

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

For the Great Reset to Take Hold, the Parent-Child Bond Must Weaken

"We've been talking about this theme for a couple of weeks that in order for the great reset to occur for a globalist vision of humanity to set in, the parental child bond must weaken. That the bond that children have with their parents is all that ties a society together. The Bible has told us this time and time again, the Bible has in the ten commandments. The only commandment that comes to the promise and involves your nation on your mother and father. So I mean, you might live long in the land of which you are in. A parental child bond actually keeps us free. Free from government intervention involvement in authoritarianism. There is no example of communism coming into place where strong families persisted. It does not exist. The phrase mother Russia, for example, came forward because they raised young children to believe their true mother was the Russian government. And Mao Zedong's China may have the Mao's red guard actually incentivizing children to turn their parents in. If they were not properly loyal to Mao's government, in Cuba, children were indoctrinated to believe that their maternal parents were not actually as important as the government body. I could go example after example and Mugabe's Rhodesia, which became Zimbabwe. That in order for these totalitarian experiments to be successful, the family is in the way. This is one of the reasons why we have seen a resurgence and a revival. And an unexpected strengthening of the parents party.

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Morgan Zegers Is Fighting Her Generation's Embrace of Socialism

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | Last month

Morgan Zegers Is Fighting Her Generation's Embrace of Socialism

"Morgan, can you share with us some of the tips and the tools that have helped you in your mission to educate a young Americans beyond introducing them to the stories of those who've escaped and survived communism? What are the angles? What are the modalities? What are the concepts? Because clearly they've been sold a bill of goods that socialism is about equality, it's fairness. How do you dismantle that? Okay, well, we've covered a few of them. The first one is to just understand that when you see these crazy numbers in the polls that a majority of young people want socialism, understand that there's a big difference between the radicals like AOC who went to college and are fully read on marks and want to actually try and implement socialism after it's been attempted and failed dozens of times in human history and led to massive suffering. You want to know what I call those people. I call them flat earthers of economics because they've seen it tried. They've seen it fail and not only seen it fail, but they've seen the massive suffering. There's no denying the massive suffering of this. They've seen it and they say, I really think we could make it happen this time. I called them flat earthers of economics and let me just unpack that. These are the people and we've seen this in all generations who say, well, communism failed in 42 countries, but with different people at the helm in a different country. This time it could work. That's what you're talking about, correct? Absolutely. So explaining that and understanding that those people, those crazy people that if they got power, many, many people would suffer and die, it's not funny to just laugh at that. It's very, very serious. And understanding that they are different than the young people who just haven't been taught about this information and would probably be on our side if they were explained the full situation is very important because you can't look at a young naive person and say, well, I'm going to ship you off to Cuba if you keep this up. Instead, we should say, you want to know the best way to help people empower them and help them become individually self

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Morgan Zegers on the Gender Lunacy Taking Place Across America

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:32 min | Last month

Morgan Zegers on the Gender Lunacy Taking Place Across America

"Let's start with what we're witnessing in D.C.. What we're witnessing across the nation with will Thomas the fake female high school swimming athlete, then the judge you bouncing woman? Of course I can't define what a woman is. You're not of my generation, but I presume you think is well as I do, that this is sheer lunacy. I absolutely do. And I actually, first of all, thanks for having me on again. I haven't seen you since this most recent thing happened to me, but I got invited to speak at Colorado school of mines. And I was invited to speak about history because I am known for caring about things like communism and America's founding. And I arrived at campus and there's all these posters, Sebastian, of human rights activism, and there was 40 students out there protesting me for being a transphobe and a misogynist. And I found out it was because I did a few videos on women's sports and on the differences between a man and a woman. And I even dared to cover the story of the 9th grader that was raped in a school bathroom, a girl's bathroom by a boy and a skirt. And so to see that and to have them call me a woman a misogynist, which the definition of that is to hate and hurt women. It was pretty crazy. And like you said, it's lunacy. So I think it's more important than ever for both men and women with common sense with sanity in their brains to just address the basic scientific facts. That is that men and women are different. And I think when we don't address that, it really hurts women and it hurts our society.

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Why Russia Is So Very Different With Paul Kengor

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | Last month

Why Russia Is So Very Different With Paul Kengor

"Let's pretend it's day one of poor kangas communism in Russia one O one course. What is the first thing that neo fights that amateurs need to understand about Russia explain why Russia isn't like France, Russia isn't like Switzerland, is France isn't like Canada explain why Russia sorry, explain why Russia isn't like those countries and why it is so very, very different. And also the importance of the strong man. Yeah, it is so very, very different. And it's really kind of deep seated. In fact, our old friends, the late Richard pipes, who was professor at Harvard forever for a long time, going back to 19 50. He just died a few years ago. He wrote books on the Russian Revolution, the Russian Civil War, communism, a history. And he was in kind of a battle with Alexander Solzhenitsyn of all people, right? Who we also greatly respect because pipes made comments like this and souls in its and thought that pipes was making a comment on the Russian people generally, right? That this is a people that's kind of destined for authoritarian leaders. That this is part of Russian culture. This is how they are. And I'm not going to go that far. I'm not going to say that. But let's just say God bless pipes who is a giant in your field. But there's not a lot of evidence to the contrary that it isn't. Something deep seated in Russian culture from Ivan the terrible all the way to Putin, this atavistic innate proclivity to follow a strong man. That's not a statement unfounded by empirical data, is it poor? No, it's right. In fact, I remember in the 1990s post communist Russia period. And I was talking to somebody from there and he said, look, there are no Thomas jeffersons in Russia, right? You have this country so rich and playwrights, writers, literature, a pianist composers, right? Tolstoy, dostoyevsky, right? And some of them with great statements about morality that dostoevsky among them. But they've never had a Milton Friedman. They've never had a Thomas Jefferson or James Madison.

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Kash Patel: The Government Controlling Digital Currency Is Communism

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | Last month

Kash Patel: The Government Controlling Digital Currency Is Communism

"I'm very concerned about the growing power of big tech and government and the surveillance state I got a piece of audio coming up later I don't know if it was south by Southwest or whatever but they had some conference going on And a bunch of cryptocurrency folks were talking about the dangers of digital surveillance and these government sponsored digital currencies You know it's stuff really worries me cash I mean a digital currency what does that mean Does that mean the fed in conjunction with the treasury is going to determine you can't spend federal digital currency at a payday lender or at a gun deal or what about a liquor store or they're going to be blue laws You can only use your money before noon on a Sunday I mean this is really concerning stuff isn't it I mean you and I have been worried about this for a long time You know we're all adults We can make our own decisions Thank you very much Now you're totally right And I don't mean to laugh at it but you're like ten years ahead of where everybody else needs to be and spoken and led You're focused on this How can the government regulate digital currency and then tell us what we hardworking Americans who have earned their dollars can translate it into a legal format of payment but then the government comes in and says no no just kidding You can't use that where we're going to regulate it or we're going to tax it I mean that is a communist regime to the core and thankfully you're highlighting these problems for Americans so they can start talking about them before they become a problem I mean we've seen where the Internet has gone right Let's just take Twitter and Facebook for example right The Ayatollah the Communist Party and the Chinese Communist Party in China and the Russian Kremlin all have Twitter accounts and Facebook active accounts But you know who doesn't Donald Trump Donald Trump You've got bounced off YouTube But those guys are still on That's what they're going to do That's the ecosystem These crazy people on the left are trying to build it now They're infiltrating the monetary institutions which uphold all of the world And that is just scary

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Redistricting in Tennessee With Congressional Candidate Robby Starbuck

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

Redistricting in Tennessee With Congressional Candidate Robby Starbuck

"Talk to us about the technicalities I understand there's been some redistricting in Tennessee. Has that hurt you? What is the reality? When I see these maps, this gerrymandering, it looks like insanity with crayons talk to us about the situation in Tennessee. So redistricting in my race actually is a major major help to us because it was a Democrat see for over a hundred years and now because of the growth of Tennessee and the growth of middle Tennessee specifically, which has been largely in exodus of conservatives from other states. It became a very conservative seat now. So it went from a plus 17 Democrat seat to now I think 5 38 has that a plus 16 Republican seat. And so definitely to our advantage now and has been a really great thing. And I think it speaks to the fact that Tennessee like Florida has become sort of a safe haven for conservatives to flee these blue states and defined a place to live with their values and among their people because you know I actually had a conversation with this about somebody the other day and it was what is a Tennessee and I said, well, certainly not just being born here. It's about what you want. It's about your values, what you believe in. Do you truly stand behind freedom or not? And you could look at somebody like Jim Cooper, our previous representative who's retiring, who's just an awful Democrat. And you could say, oh, so, you know, he's Tennessee, but the truth is, he doesn't actually stand for Tennessee values. And I do. So I may have been here a shorter period of time, but I'm actually in touch with the people here.

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Robby Starbuck: The Theme of American People Is PAIN

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:09 min | Last month

Robby Starbuck: The Theme of American People Is PAIN

"I'm so curious with thousands of people on this electronic virtual town hall and you and senator was at senator Rand Paul. Rand Paul. Was there a theme when you got questions? Was there anything that was recurrent? What did your constituents demonstrate the most concern for, Robbie? The theme was pain. The American people are in pain right now. They're in pain all the way around. From the gas pump to the grocery store, to their workplaces, where they're being indoctrinated with ideas that are just playing hateful towards your average American, to just your everyday life and the politics that have sort of gone and invaded every segment of our culture to trying to force people to get injections or force masks on their kids. It's pain. Pain all the way around and people want pain relievers up in Washington, D.C., people that go and unleash their rights and their freedoms again. They're tired of these people trying to strip them of everything they love. And I think that's it tired and painful and ready to fight because they know that this is our only chance.

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Robby Starbuck Is Free to Do the Work of the People

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | Last month

Robby Starbuck Is Free to Do the Work of the People

"And we have with us today. Robbie starbuck, who is running for a congressional seat, the 5th congressional seat in Tennessee. He's been on the show before. Welcome back, Robbie Steinbach to America first one on one. Thank you for having me. You know this is one of my favorite shows, so I'm always happy to be here. Most kind most kind, we're gonna talk about everything, your family background, why you're running, how you see the midterm elections, the presidential elections. But first, I have to ask you, it's starbuck 2022 dot com. How is the campaign going? It's gone fantastic, in fact, senator Rand Paul and I just did a town hall here in my district. It was a telephone town hall. And the technology, if you're not familiar with it, is just absolutely amazing. You get so many people on these calls. We got over 19,000 people on our telephone town hall from my district. And we got to answer their questions and we got to stay on for a very long time and they can press buttons on the phone to request, you know, signs for their house to volunteer. And then we did a poll of the district as well. And in that poem, I'm proud to say that we were in first place by a lot. And so we're very excited about where we're at in this race, and we feel the momentum is just growing and growing and growing. Honestly, it's exploding. And so this is sort of a testament to the fact that America first policy in maga means something to people beyond 2015 beyond 2020. It means something to their families. And it means that our country and their families deserve to be first. And so they're looking at candidates and they're not saying, you know, what is your political history? The truth is political history, I think, is a detriment to people, because if you look at this, people are saying, we've spent decades electing career politicians, and that's exactly how we got here. And so why the heck would we do the same thing again? I mean, we've all said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again. So why would we go and fall into that trap? And so I think that's why we're at where we're at as people are looking at the race and they're saying, this is an outsider. He doesn't know any promises to anybody in politics, he's free to just do the work of the people.

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Caller Reacts if Canada Ever Had a Draft

Mark Levin

01:41 min | Last month

Caller Reacts if Canada Ever Had a Draft

"Has your prime minister been locking up innocent Americans lately or excuse me Innocent Canadians lately or is he calm down All right well not lately He kind of got some blowback there Let's have a Senate as well And it's kind of an appointed Senate And even they couldn't pass his emergency act whatever that he wanted to pull there And we have a nickname for him We call him Jack booed trudy Anyways I agree with you That's a great nickname You know I called you you know I'm looking at this Ukraine thing I'm a third generation from Ukraine I had a person in my life who was very old and her father came to her parents came from Ukraine And so I kind of had this what I feel like living memory of the starbase and went through communism And I always tell my children a 100 million people have died since then because of March ideology whatever since early 1900s but what I see happening today and I'm nervous about I have 7 sons and 7 7 yeah 7 times and three daughters And have you ever considered reading magazines my friend I consider building a barn but then my wife told me she wanted to move in with me if it worked So I don't know if that would work out Maybe watch TV We got to find something for you to do Anyway go ahead Anyways so I have a 19 year old boy right And what bothers me if we have a gentleman like if I want to call him a gentleman like our prime minister in charge who I feel is very light in the brain compartment do we really want to send our sons if all of a sudden a draft comes about into battle No no we don't And who said they do

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John Zmirak on the 'Obligation' of Defending Ukraine

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:19 min | 2 months ago

John Zmirak on the 'Obligation' of Defending Ukraine

"Out. John, you know, you're giving us the picture of what's going on in Ukraine and in Russia. What do you say to folks who say that we can not, I was talking to Frank gaffney earlier today. And he, I think he's on the same page as we are on many things, but on this issue, he seems to think that we do have some kind of an obligation to prevent Russia from gobbling up Ukraine. Okay, and where is the treaty that we signed? That was ratified by Congress. Allying us with Ukraine. There is nothing. Well, it's like Vietnam. I mean, there was no tree that we were supposed to. It's the idea that. Yeah, it was not a great idea. It wasn't the Vietnam War, just a dandy wonderful idea that was so good for America. That's what radicalized America did in Vietnam War did more for the Communist Party and the leftist movement and legal abortion and divorce and gay activism, but one thing, the worst thing that ever happened to America politically was the Vietnam War. Not only did it achieve nothing in Vietnam, except delay victory of communism, it brought communism onto our college campuses. So yeah, I mean, we have. No, we have no moral obligation to Ukraine except for one thing, okay? The one thing you could say is we overthrew the elected government of Ukraine in 2014 and put in pro American Stooges who were picked by the U.S. ambassador Victorian new world. So insofar as you create as a puppet government, our CIA setup. I guess we have some obligation to puppet governments that we set up. But there is no moral obligation to go to war with Russia. Again, Ukraine is not a part of NATO. That's what it means to be a NATO is that we will go to war with Russia on your behalf. I think we should dissolve NATO that it's an insane idea to have a nuclear trigger all three Eastern Europe. But certainly, let's not pretend that Ukraine is a member of NATO with all the rights and privileges of being a member of

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In Every Generation There Are Russian Tanks in Some City

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | 2 months ago

In Every Generation There Are Russian Tanks in Some City

"We are back with Dennis prager. His latest book is the rational pass over Haggadah that Dennis, will you explain to us why this exegetical work on the oldest holiday that is still being kept has relevance talks to the moral challenge of what we are witnessing on the Eurasian continent today. Well, the obvious issue that it celebrates the liberation of slavery, so it's unfortunately as germane as ever. But I want to point out something that I point out in the book that is exactly deals with an issue you raised with me last segment. So you were talking about your baggage of being the child of people suffered terribly under communism in Hungary and which saw Russian tanks in Budapest in 1956. And now there are Russian tanks in Ukraine in 2022. So there is a line in this ancient text that in the book is for people of all faiths like my rational Bible series. This is the rational Passover I got a series. It's for Jews, non Jews, and atheists. So there is a line in this ancient text and the whole ancient text is there, and Hebrew and translation. And there is a famous line that famous among Jews who to pass over satyrs. In every generation they arise to annihilate us. Someone arises to annihilate the Jews. And I deal with that question is, how did they know this 1800 years ago? And it's still true. It's amazing. We went from Hitler to Khomeini, and then Khamenei. So. I just realized you can almost say in every generation there are Russian tanks in some

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Thomas 'Drago' Dzieran: Media Is Not Telling the Full Truth on Russia

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Thomas 'Drago' Dzieran: Media Is Not Telling the Full Truth on Russia

"Well it is an honor to have you sir Drago folks is a navy seal of former navy seal He is also unfortunately all too familiar with the horrors of communism having grown up in Poland when it was a far different place under communism it would say free country now thankfully So Drago there is no one who has more experience in things like this I know of than you I love you a perspective on what's happening in Ukraine and Russia I read some of the material you had sent over and you seem to indicate that the media reports may not be telling the entire truth about the Russians that they may be having a little bit more success Maybe I'm reading it wrong Give me your perspective on how this war is going for the Russian army at this point I just came back from Poland capitol days ago So I had the chance to speak to Ukrainian refugees ahead the chance to speak to Paul's involving the rescue and helping them And yes you are absolutely right This is the CNN the MSNBC are lying there but this is not what is going on right now And you are absolutely right that what is being portrayed as a putting failures where the heat tricks his soldiers to go and in Ukraine thinking that this is exercise I think going back to could believe in that This absolutely not true Seems to me like putting these progressing various federally into Ukraine and we are as a west do not have united front just like you know President Biden just refused to stop payments to Russia for nuclear fuel for uranium Germany are still sucking on the Russian gas pipe like President Biden's sudden on the crack pipe This is

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Are We Entering a 'Post-American Era' Under Biden?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Are We Entering a 'Post-American Era' Under Biden?

"With this clip here, cut 6. We're CNN host says that we're entering a post American era under Biden play cut 6. One of the defining features of the new era is that it is post American. By that, I mean that the pax Americana of the past three decades is over. You can see signs of this everywhere. He's not wrong. Freed zakaria is wrong about a lot. He's not wrong about this. And so this is look, on our program, we are not ideological when it comes to foreign policy. We're certainly ideological on some things. Not on foreign policy, though. We're very ideological on gender policy. Wouldn't you say Connor? And I'm pro life, I'd say. So, but when it comes to foreign policy, we want what's best for America. Realpolitik. And so in certain places, I could see a prudent argument for America to police shipping lanes. I think that's actually a good argument. We're not isolationist. I can't stand people that immediately default towards ideology when it comes to foreign policy. I think that's the worst, actually. If I were to try to say, what would the worst category to be ideological in? It would be foreign policy. And here's why. You're dealing with separate actors incentives, impulses, you're dealing with moving targets, you're dealing with unlikely alliances. So let me give you an example why ideology is so dangerous when it comes to foreign policy. Okay, let's say that we sit in a room and we say under no circumstances, whatsoever will we ever get into an alliance with a communist dictator? Good rule, right? Great rule. I think it looks great on paper. So let's just write that down, right? We're all in a room. We say this is our ideology. We hate communism. Hate dictators. No alliances with communist dictators. And we all say, yeah, that's right. Okay. Do you get an alliance with Joseph Stalin to defeat Hitler? Your rule says you can't do that. Real politics says, what's best for the civilization? Do you ally with an evil to defeat a greater evil? The answer is yes, that was the right decision, by the way.

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"communism" Discussed on Blank Meets Blank

Blank Meets Blank

04:29 min | 9 months ago

"communism" Discussed on Blank Meets Blank

"I was thinking that for a second too. But i think it's krld. What's the tagline. The tagline is like Let me see a r. rl. A dog's purpose to what do you do in. The world is a sick as a dog. Dog sayings can't teach. Now that's what i schooled do. I go dog. Phrases key can't teach Nolde robot new tricks. I think it should be just. Krld can't teach an old dog but it's spelled like in matrix language or like lead speak puppy love the world's gone to the dogs. Oh it's krld colon gone to the dogs. Yes that's it we did it. That's it pretty much dale that that's the show we got there. We got pretty. It started pretty abstract. But i forget we nailed it again jay. How do we do this every time i don't get it was touching go for a little while there. Yeah but i mean as soon as you realize. It's a robot in a dog. And i was like i'm also on board. That's great because we went from a high school show to to a to another historical historical like mine switcher story and then it's like no you just let the let the story take over and it's about a robot and his dog and the the revolution that starts it's funny how it's so often like You know we're thinking about big concepts clashing against each other but it's all in the abstract and it's only when you nail it down to like no it's about a dog and a robot that's what you're like okay. I'd watch that because if you're like oh it's about communism kind of and there's a is society i'm like whatever but if it's about a dog and a robot i'm like fuck yeah on board and i think that's as well people don't really care about politics because you can't really there's no me. Yeah because you forget like that's what you know something like buffy. The vampire slayer things. Yeah but you. You know you like that. It's called buffy. The vampire slayer and it's about a girl fighting vampires exactly so you you got. I think we're smart because we kept we did focus on it and it's not like we. I guess we knew were doing because we were focusing. Okay why why do people care though. Why do people care about our show about communism. You can't just be like no trouble. Communism politics and people just glaze over. You gotta figure out what's the hook and a dog. Let's do this. Yep and i mean this is basically why like this is saved the cat like that's the whole concept of do we totally works and i'm so proud of this thing and look forward to come into your screen near you soon i feel like it's a streaming show on one of these networks that is hbo..

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"communism" Discussed on Blank Meets Blank

Blank Meets Blank

02:23 min | 9 months ago

"communism" Discussed on Blank Meets Blank

"Being notified about this so they're zooming off as well so we know something bad is going to happen once they arrive or our main got bad guy arrives But we have. Krld zero zero one who we expect to hold our main character hostage but he sees him and the dog and the dog is with him and he's like just chose him a secret passage out of the minds or what have you or yes or allows them to disguise himself as like chips away or gives them a different designation so he looks like a different k. r. l. So we can get out. I don't know how they smuggle the dog but yeah he helps them. Yes yes so because the basically then what the season is going to be about is yeah learning about this outside world learning about there. Is this potential underground railroad slash you know network of escaped robots. Then we start learning about why some of them are different because they're people and Yeah i mean we get the thing. Is we get to play around. Because obviously we're not going to be as westworld the as far as like it serialized by feel like if the thing you're missing with westworld and and the the like The joy of a western is playing with more episodic stuff Yeah visiting different going from place to place traversing this frontier outside of the industrial wasteland. Oh running into different characters You know the more episodic stories than we play around with that and have an overarching build of a revolution. That's gonna happen but we don't have to have that be the whole thing all the time. Just mosey on into a town. Yes help somebody out onto the next type deal. I love that because it's not tying down to the the whole like it's got to be all about one thing it's just basically krld. Zero zero one gives him Like maybe a map or maybe just a word like he just uploads it to him like this city. There is a secret city where you can live in peace and irony you know. And that's where he's traveling the whole season. He's looking for this paradise. Where you know human robots existed.

"communism" Discussed on Blank Meets Blank

Blank Meets Blank

05:47 min | 9 months ago

"communism" Discussed on Blank Meets Blank

"One of those where maybe do we establish that if other robots have tried similar things and ben destroyed for it or do we not even go that far Probably but i would say perhaps what he finds out about as he digs into this world. He's definitely gonna come into contact with other underground sort of robots. Like he definitely does something in the first episode. That makes him outlaw right. Because i want him to be an outlaw. By the end of the first episode you know That's good okay. yeah. I like that. So say he so but the thing is then where we going because are we leading a communist uprising in communist society. Well yeah because it's bad. Communism is what's runaways and our as he can still be inspired by dusk. Appetite the at sea like the problems that are inherent in the bad communism world that he lives and feel like communists are going to be like you guys are. This is a capitalist show. Oh it is it definitely is. Yeah okay i just wanna make sure then all right if we're doing because i'm fine if we're making a capital of show. Yeah i was just trying to figure out how true to our communist fans out there. We're trying to stick to but the see the difference for me is that he doesn't see like a hollywood film like wally and is really excited about the potential of entertainment possibilities. In a capitalist society finds daas copy tile like at starts thinking about classes and how the robot that he is. They've been designed not to think too much but because of this biological aspect and possibly mutations they're able to think beyond what they're supposed to and like move beyond that Okay so okay. So so carl Trying to think so does he find a message. Or does he get like Does he get or is it more. Like a johnny five is alive. I don't know if you know short circuit not rare. He gets like infected with it Yeah like is it just the fact that views it or is it. Does he get Imprinted with it somehow. I think maybe we want to. Yeah i mean he could be like maybe a hard drive..

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"communism" Discussed on Blank Meets Blank

Blank Meets Blank

04:53 min | 9 months ago

"communism" Discussed on Blank Meets Blank

"They go mad. Shoot people up now. I'm not saying re- pulled out specifically but there's something there we pull just theme parks from it if we want you know what's a communism theme park. Although we did a whole episode on theme parks for the americas probably not we did. I mean there's also the western aspect of just kind of playing in that world. So i thought that i don't hate it because i've had thoughts that i hate already but i thought i don't hate is like a western but it's an eastern so it said and siberia or whatever you know that's just the i thought because we'll figure out what to pull from communism later but there's a western aspect now. I love the western John russell we can always pick stuff from there and we haven't done anything in the western genre yet so that might be better. Maybe we'll just pick by westworld now. Yeah like yeah. Robots or sci fi elements basically could be sci-fi and western. I mean i like those bits. Maybe it's a space communist Maybe it's something about like you know a a future ship in the society in there in outer space are going to planets and how planet or the new frontier rather than many western troops there. I think there's a whole genre called cowboy westerns where firefly firefly's big for sure for sure So maybe something like that. And then we work in communism. I don't know but there are some distinct things we can pull from from that anyway. Now let's talk about communism. Well let me just make a few more notes here. So western world theme park robots fi elements plot twists. Mind fox elevated. Hbo television What makes us us consciousness so okay. All right yeah. That's at least a foundation there. So yeah as you're going to say communism. I don't know where to start with this gym. i mike. It's hard to talk about without getting help political. But it's the idea that wealth should be shared or that's everything should be shared like i. I can't put my finger definition. I'm on the way on the wikipedia for it to be a description but basically talking about the two classes the working class. I'm gonna write that down because you know it's a lot about classism and breaking that down socio. Economic order structured upon the ideas of common ownership of the means of production and the absence of social classes money in the state. And of course. There's the dark side of communism that people like associate with how it's i mean. Let's be reasonable. It usually goes pretty wrong. He's usually leads to dictatorship. So wouldn't that power. Yeah 'cause people people are the problem. Yeah i mean ism sounds great but who gets to be the guy who's the guy because that's i mean..

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"communism" Discussed on Blank Meets Blank

Blank Meets Blank

04:55 min | 9 months ago

"communism" Discussed on Blank Meets Blank

"Story structure. You name it. But i guess we should be honest and say that it's been a long midseason break because we've been working our butts off on our latest project not the end of the world. It's been picked up and everything. So i i'm jacob rose by the way i'm not even sure we need to continue this podcast. Or what do you think jim scam. Poli just got off the horn with our agent. All that love that guy. He's great so great. Good guy show. You know that work. We've been putting in just got a call from the network and they decide they're going to go another way. That's kind of the polite way to put it. I guess that's something to do with nordic culture appropriation and not looking for these types of projects. Right now a little bit more. Authenticity was requested but The polite way is just. They're gonna go in another direction so they're putting it on a shelf. Yeah i mean. I saw the fact that i was swedish. Didn't help at all. I wasn't allowed to tell the story of my people's no they didn't like that now because we live in ireland is okay. Okay fine fine okay. You know what doesn't matter because writing is easy and ideas are cheap and we can actually just pull something out of a hat and make up an entirely new show and sell that one instead absolutes. Exactly what we're gonna do. Jim do you want to pull something from your hats. Your hollywood hassle. Yes it was going to say. Do we need to remind everyone who pulls what probably yeah. I am closer to hollywood a hollywood type. Guy so Let me see. I'll pull something here. I was a little nervous here. I know me too but cowboy hat then employing it from cool. That's very hollywood of very wild west of me. i now. should i wait. Should you pull something. I or you want me to blurt it out. I just wanna blurted as always go ahead. And we'll see god no i wasn't gonna take out of that too but i left last store Now if you're not familiar with our network shows what you know dot com. You can find a podcast for jimmy..

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"communism" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

05:45 min | 10 months ago

"communism" Discussed on More Content Talk

"When you want and prefer censorship. as opposed to understanding when it comes to education specifically i'm not so much talking about trump farting out tweets on twitter. I'm talking about when you go to learn when you pay. I remember when you go to college. You pay money okay. It's not free and so would you pay that money you're getting exposed the whole thing you're paying for it you know. Nowadays people think it's sports. That's not true but the whole thing that you're paying for you. Not where the tuition money goes. You is access to ideologies that people do not fry preferable not because you want to join that ideology but because you want to have a better understanding of the world and why things like. Communism don't end well. There are reasons that communist governments failed just like their reasons. Democratically elected governments fail. And you don't understand the reasons if you're if you cut off all acquisition of knowledge and you just try to say oh well this is just the way things are. Of course your nation is going to start to crumble and fall apart because you don't even understand how communist.

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"communism" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

02:19 min | 10 months ago

"communism" Discussed on More Content Talk

"It's your it's your critical thinking revolution. That ruined america. And that's completely false. That's that's not true at all and it's just like teaching critical race. Theory would not ruin america either and if the country is good and if it's a strong nation which i find people arguing all the time and if it's a nation that can stand on its own and is in You know a week nation. Which is what nationalist argue. Then what other talking about. Even if i do teach something in a school to a kid. You're strong value system. Because that's what americans argue is that we have a nation that's uncorruptable in a sense. Then you're strong. Value system should be able to prevent me from influencing your child. I shouldn't be able to influence. Your child is a teacher and If i do that means that you failed as a parent. It doesn't mean that. Whatever i taught is bad in any way or any stupid. It's stupid how do you protect against something. Like communism the eagles if things like communism socialism the evils of terrorism. How do you protect against them. If you're not even a to learn about them you have to understand something in order to defend against the negatives of it and so simply studying communism or simply studying nihilism or whatever it may be first of all. It doesn't make you a nihilist and it doesn't make you communist. You're trying to understand okay. If you don't understand a communist nation you can't really make good argument that it's a threat and when you make those arguments and you you you have no understanding of the system. You have the understanding the workings of socialism and communism. You make yourself look silly. And that's why these ideologies are growing in popularity. It's the fault of people who would have censorship. as opposed to understanding this is nossa and christopher content and more content. Talk i am telling you anchor first of all because anchor is free which is a really good reason but anchor also has awesome creation tools.

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"communism" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

05:12 min | 10 months ago

"communism" Discussed on More Content Talk

"The truth is news that we can find The fearmongers are out in full force. all over twitter over youtube. Gulliver facebook wherever you can find them. they're all over the place telling you that people who disagree with them or terrorists communists and i list and Socialist and everything dislike That's what you are now. Because they said so Of course the vast majority of people in the united states do not describe to any of the aforementioned Ideologies that i just listed but you upset them so you know that's what you are and that's what going to be Don't get it twisted in america. You are with the vast majority of people say that you are I understand that you know when it comes to yourself that that's not the case but in the eyes of others when you're judged in america that's what sticks and so you know people are busily busily tweeting about communism and how horrible it is all these horrible things that it does And it's it's interesting. Because i don't see anyone really arguing for communism and i'd see people occasion. It's generally trolls. I mean like no one. In the united states of america really takes communism seriously as an ideology that i've known apart from perhaps one person that i met In a show one time who had the the extent to which communist are serious in this country this this woman essentially had a that said. Of course i'm a communist. And she put on her purse and You know i guess You know college students with stickers on their on their handbags is a huge concern to the republican and the democratic party. And you know maligning People with different opinions. Are you know the utmost importance to political parties. And that's what people don't really get about. Major political parties is that they're not using any substantive talking points for the most part. You know the democrats certainly used more substantive talking points when it comes to policy when it comes to an acting policies that may actually help some people. Sure your democrats are always the go-to in that case but when you get down to really understanding what 'isms mean what they represent Their success rate..

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"communism" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"communism" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"Lighting is not good down there. Okay got spread them legs out. Hang on marc lamont. Do it do it mark all right there. It is later. We'll do a video. I think we should have to pay some reparations for doing that right there. That doesn't belong to us. I think we culturally appropriated sankei. I don't know what seattle pride event retired charging white people at the fifty bucks in reparations. Yes if you're attending that you're white they're gonna they're gonna make you pay fifty bucks even if you're gay everybody's so if you're white and you're gay or if it's just you're white you're attending. Us pay fifty dollars. But if you're white but you're gay you're discount maybe like you wouldn't go one. I don't care to go to a pride event and the thing about is would you fit about it. I just wouldn't go. There was a florida woman. Florida woman goes atm to withdraw. Twenty dollars discovers. Almost one billion dollars at your account. One thing is that make a withdrawal that day. Thank you hold on. Just getting twenty bucks walked away with about twenty thousand. You know what i'm saying that. Atm limit a billion. Dollars of largo. Steve we're going to florida tonight. Yeah we're gonna hit the atm dude. Yeah money think. I'm wearing this chase. Bank chase yeah wait. That's my bank so that actually might be. Some money went in her account so obviously she said. I've read the stories of people who took the money out of the account. They had to pay it back. So wouldn't do that scares me because you know the cyber threats you know i know and it was a mix up. She could've took it output another account for one day in kept the interest gave the money back see. That's why steve is the that's why we yeah. People get the trash can right out of the way people give we stay street-smart baby texas fast food chain paying teenagers. Fifty thousand dollar salaries to manage restaurants amid labor shortages. I can't go past a single place. Now went by the chicken. Express the other day now taking applications. Yes every place is hiring. Everyone's higher in. That's it's automatically. They're the argument. Over the minimum wage and stuff people are paying a little bit higher now because of the shortage so starting wages have okay automatically increased but remember what i've been saying if you have any hustle at all you could take over the world right now. I'm telling you man. These places are given money away from folks that want to come in their work learning have a little experience and has some initiative. These guys are hardly sixteen. Seventeen year olds. And here's what the one guy said. he said. I need another year or two to get them season to run stores. You telling me. I can be eight hundred nine hundred.

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"communism" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"communism" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of the Castro School of Communism. E. Don't wanna give him the audio clip because somebody sorry, But even the fact even the fact that you have to think like that I don't want to give him the audio clip. I mean, that's the That's the culture because there will be like that will be there somewhere and the level of dishonesty like Is is is unthinkable and it's unproductive. It is so unproductive and you know what's really challenging is it made it so that we can't Disagree anymore. And you know, I have taken to saying with with colleagues and in groups that I've talked to you the on Lee Place. Seemingly in the world where we are exposed expected to have 100%. Agreement in in our canyons is now in within the realm of politics, you know, in my marriage with my Children with my sisters in my prior workforce is like when I was a student like all of these places. You expect disagreements and differences of opinion, and typically, that is supposed to, you know, make things better or bring a broadened view or challenger notions of what the world are etcetera, etcetera. Except in politics in politics. If you do not think, in a particular way than the most kind of history on IQ of allegations are serving you and yes, you know, there's definitely places where some of my Republican colleagues disagree with me. But Always smokes. That does not make me like a Threat. Told that you know to apple pie and you know peanut butter. I mean, Congressman, I mean, it's a really good point. And let me ask you a question about where we are today because there was life before. Last week, and then there's now and I get the impression that there's a lot of retrospection going on in Congress in the Senate in the house on some of these issues you just described. I mean, you really articulated well. That the morass were in is a pope of political nation. And the question I would ask is, do you see this? Horrible event, actually resulting him some positives in the tone and substance of our political debates. I mean, my answer is what's the alternative? He the alternative. If the answer to that question is no than the outcome is so horrific. I refuse to think about it. I refused to acknowledge that it's impossible. Powerful. So I'm gonna have to say yes. We will come out of this. We will only come out of this. If people across the spectrum say You know what? This This is a low point. This is a low point for our nation. Um And and I, You know, there are many people who should demonstrate some level of contrition. Um, and if they choose to do so privately, that's fine. But what I would like to see is you know many of my colleagues who are now saying, Well, we need unity and including those who Didn't feel that unity was necessary in the hours following a siege upon the capital on voted Tonto not Honor the election results of Arizona and or Pennsylvania. You know those same individuals now calling for unity? That's that's a little bit hard for some of us take when there was literally still You know it Blood on the ground from where police officers have been beaten. And that was not a time for unity. Not a time for moving on. And all of a sudden, suddenly, you know now they on you know what I'm willing To some degree to accept that change of a tune If there is some level of accountability and you know, I don't mean necessarily public shaming what you know in different there's different circumstances, different scopes and levels of accountability and culpability. But if people if there is a moment where in their hearts they say, my God Oil. This fundraising emails where I was saying that the world was coming to an end because Democrats are terrible. And now look, there's literally threat streams of people who just want to get on the phone. I have Tonto and vice versa. That Advice. First of the I mean, and I think that's you know, and we're clearly just only a couple less than a week after I am going to push back on the both sides because you know the most extremes on you know the concerns about giving a like, you know, a lot of free stuff and this and that like that, that's very different from The rhetoric of we're losing. We're losing our country. You need to stop the Democrat. How do we get past that? Because when I talk, and I mean this from a very up to as a journalist, when I talked to two senior staffers yesterday, Congressman Abigail stand burgers with this Democrat from Virginia. What they said is People are Kevin. People are calling us murderers. And these are low level staffers. And from their perspective, you know they feel the same are Dave, the same passion that you are espousing that Everyone's espousing right now. I mean, I wonder. Are we past the place where you and your Republican colleagues can sit down? Believe the cameras away and actually have a conversation like the one Me? You and Rick Davis? We're having right now. A broadcast out to many, many more people, You know? So this I mean, this is this is something I care deeply about. I care deeply about bipartisanship. On Movement forward as a nation when we endeavor to bring more people to the table, it's a member is the reason why I've chosen to be part of a group called the Problem Solvers Caucus have Democrats have Republicans? No, and, frankly, you know, it's it's Those of us who really do prioritize bipartisanship. This has been a really tough time and we had really hard conversations with people. You know, we I don't mind disagreeing over tax policy or prescription drug pricing, or you know how we handle Campaign finance reform but the very basics of kind of who we are as a people. This is a This is a much harder, deeper, more emotional gut place for us to be having. Conversations and arguments, but but I think it is Maurin important now than ever. Right Families are being torn apart because of this, you know so many of us. As family members. And family schisms because Of the angry rhetoric, and so you know this..

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"communism" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

Entrepreneur Perspectives

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"communism" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

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"communism" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

Entrepreneur Perspectives

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"communism" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

"Donna is a former communist kid who left the eastern bloc with very little. She wanted to pursue her passion for design working across the creative industry in London. She realized the big corporate world was in for her. So she quit and traveled Solo for two years around the world. This led to her calling in her entrepreneurship lifestyle today Suzano helps business leaders, gain clarity and reach alignment with their dream customer. In with that, we welcome designer do bro. There's a challenge that many business leaders or many people have in general about opening up because we all hear about it. Right Y'all here. Well, you can have social media you can have a blog you can have a podcast you can start telling stories and it sounds great but it's like wait a second. So I'm going to start using this microphone and recording my voice and telling these stories in who's going to care about this story and feel like I'm just talking to myself sometimes and it's very challenging and there's extreme versions right? Like you have these stories that you have and then but everyone has a story somewhere. If they dig deep enough, there's a story in there and it. Could help a few people in ultimately can help themselves I. think it can grow business because it's going to create attention. It's GONNA create interest in intriguing they're gonNA. Say Way I think I could talk to that person I just want to have a conversation it's not some transaction that we have to talk about office. Selam. Anything I don't have to go find some deal every single Tom, pick up the phone or smart messaging someone but you can open up the door to conversations and that's what content is and I think what you had just talked about is so important that you were willing to say while you know what people are telling me this and I do need to open up. And you've been doing it for a little bit obviously been telling these stories maybe without the microphone on without marketing or websites what have you but it's a different thing when you open it up to this world and I'm just curious for you. Have you seen it start to play out to say while we WANNA talk to Suzano we were interested in her story. Are you seeing that yet? I mean, you know what's going to come but are you seeing that from a standpoint of obviously you have that with Your Business? Are you seeing it through the content that you're creating that that's opening doors view So they're actually naughtiest, maybe I'm not paying attention to it but I'm getting out of their similar comments and people are just basically telling me on it. Exactly what you just said this is very different from what I'm used to start hanging very different. So it's just what I'm really doing creating moment for me to be consistent in everything else that will come with it is welcome but this is really for me to start. Expressing myself much will open means of public and just start sharing some my mind. You know what's my background's Nyu I think about certain things in different ways. So yeah out at begin don't this journey to death by I started that adventure basically in on really just trail-blazing Mon- way. So it and I have a trust in universe and I know that where it needs to come into my way, we'll be sent away. Yeah. So Yeah and you said something that's not directly and that's what this thing is, and it's also not just about growing business because a lot of things that you're talking about are the self betterment used it in a way like this journey that you're on or this adventure that you're on. In there's so much. You just learned from having these types of conversations that you learn about yourself in that you can apply in so many other ways and also feel like even if it's the people that you're working with or the staff or the team that you have or people that are just getting to know you well guess what now they can go listen to this podcast and that's how they can get to know. That's how can they? Can understand you maybe they don't like your story right there's these side benefits that you get from doing this from creating this content, and that's it's an amazing thing and it just continues evolves in it's a way for you to talk through it. It's therapeutic in many ways, and so you don't ask that question about have you seen a directly here? Have you seen an impact on your business and after I say it I'm thinking well, that's not What we do it for even but but it's interesting anyway because I think people jump into a lifetime say how will impact on my business? Well, that is one way you can grow your business. You could also sustain your clients. You can use it as a recruiting tool later on when someone wants to learn, Hey, I might WanNa Work Jonah what is she all about what she sounds like? What does she talk about? I think that's all very. Important and I want to jump around here a little bit but I do want to back up a second and I want you to provide a little bit of context on the main thing that you do. There's a lot of different things that you do and now you're podcasting and you're helping people out. But if you were to just summit up really quickly, what is the main thing that you do? So some of in very simple one sentence I. Sold challenges I'm problem solar. And the that comes from experience as being a designer. So my commercial experience working as a customer experience experience designer goes. and. They really just land me into bigger and bigger and more complex questions on that came. Along and Infra single time, there is something that is interesting to me and I really want to. Die and. Defense would level it is and it really depends what is the complexity and what is your skill right and what is your natural ton of being able to. Really help people and companies or teams to get outside or to move to the next level or the thing completely out of their normal way off amateur way off thinking, and this is all about conditioning. So essentially. That's why am I work closely? With people I'm really interested in people in helping them and this could have. Different foams, different types of approaches. But essentially it is still it's still lives back I'm a problem solar. Yeah I like how you put all that problem solver and conditioning like time and you have to work. It's like an athlete fifty condition themselves before they take on the season and and do all the different things that they're going to play all those different games you have to condition yourself. And again, like I said I do WANNA bounce around in. There's something that I saw on your website and then I've heard you talk about in podcast I. Think it's very important because it's interesting right now I'm not in my hometown in the middle of pandemic. I took my two daughters have three kids took my two daughters and we're Asheville North Carolina. Right now, we needed a change of scenery for a little bit. My youngest daughter's like we haven't laughed it's like it's hard and I think it's important to just go somewhere else it's about two and a half hour drive a little bit less to come here and you change your environment a little bit. You take a look around you see the mountains you do all these different things I'm recording this podcast in a room. We just got an airbnb kind of last minute. and. You talk about travel a lot. You've been all over the place. So this is a very simple travel in in this interesting time because it's very hard to travel. You talk about the importance of travel and I want you to. I thought it was interesting the here I am and I get to talk to you who someone who believe so much in travel so I want to talk a little bit about that she'll. Just to say. Why myself brushing my travel and it really goes back to my childhood where you'd probably in listen has shown that. I. Come from Slovakia which used to be to slack. Yeah. Juice to meet under the communist regime. So Osborne Communism and yeah, I am a communist literally and. During on bringing always though like I cannot trouble, I can go and see Harry's I can go and see Mary. Kalganov forget about it. It's like no that's not gonNA happen and I lose used to read his books and I just really. Salvage those places and I really really wanted to go and see them, and then during the night I was a dreamer and gender they. Always like just I and owns like a slap ancient.

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"communism" Discussed on A Whole Lotta Gray

A Whole Lotta Gray

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"communism" Discussed on A Whole Lotta Gray

"Then the bourgeoisie owned the land and the proletariate served as Labour working on this land but the global global economy as we know it today is far more capital intensive and has many more nuanced levels of delegation and hierarchy thanks to processes such as globalization Zeeshan and the rapid technological advancements. That have happened. In the past. Few decades there is no bourgeoisie class or proletariat class that you can use to separate people anymore. There are far more layers in this economy of which the Communist ideology or Marxism simply cannot fathom so. None of those concepts would even be relevant today but magically even if somehow they were applicable they would not be successful talking pure economics the World Bank or do thousand eighteen reward talks about our free trade which is free from the licenses and many deregulations that AH communist regime would require has led to a direct increase in economic growth among low income countries. And take the two most powerful countries today in the world in two thousand twenty the United States and China which have a combined. GDP of more than thirty thirty trillion US dollars which is more than a third of global GDP. The United States the American dream Silicon Valley Hollywood and their countless other examples Gargantuan economic success stems result of freedom from these communist policies. Not Their adoption of it but this example maybe even more telling Chana which according to the world population review we read out is one of the five communist countries in the world today but remember what we said at the start. It is an exception exception to the communist way of life in one aspect and that's in terms of economics and likely established at the start of the episode. Communism is both an economic as well as a political political system and China made the economic exception to its otherwise communist way of life in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight and guess what it is disc -ception and China's adoption of free market economic policies via processes like foreign investment and free trade that accelerated China's meteoric rise to the top talk of economic food chain. And don't take my word for it. Harvard Business Review States that since nineteen seventy eight up until two thousand eighteen. China's economy has has grown more than fifty times with more than six hundred million people escaping poverty and as per the population review again to reiterate. There are five communist dates in the the world today. Vietnam Laos North Korea China and Cuba and all five of them are politically communist. While China is economically capitalist but keep in mind China's still politically communist which means China's still terrible politically freedom house has consistently criticized the Chinese government for their repression of human rights. It's worth sites such as Google and facebook are completely banned in China. While Uber Muslim minorities are being sent to concentration camps as we speak and the other four countries trees Laos Vietnam. North Korea and Cuba are all equally bad politically freedom. How states that? These nations are experiencing an almost unprecedented level all of Internet censorship and a crackdown on civil liberties and keep in mind that they don't even have the economic benefits that China does because unlike China they're still economically communist. The Telegraph states. That seventy one percent of North Korea's population is undernourished owing to North Korea's economic situation and Gaza Cuba which is an organization in that assist Cubans emigrating to Texas stated that immigration from Cuba to the United States continued through the twenty first century given Cuba's economy being in dire straits straights and showing very little side of improvement so in conclusion communism is greatly economically ineffective in addition to being politically devastating. There is noughties single example in two thousand nineteen of a country that is wholly communists. Keep in mind both politically as well as economically that successful and either a guard and the only only reason the China's successful economically is because they are no longer economically communist had China not economically liberalized in nineteen seventy eight. Who knows they may have been in the same boat as North Korea or Cuba even in terms.

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"communism" Discussed on A Whole Lotta Gray

A Whole Lotta Gray

15:18 min | 2 years ago

"communism" Discussed on A Whole Lotta Gray

"Cultural economic political. Maybe a dash of social issues these are discussions Russians. That we've been having since time immemorial but it's easy to view these issues is buying it. It's easy to view them as either black or white. When in fact there the whole lot agree on this episode of a whole lot of grey? We are going to be talking about the very real world. Dangers singers that come with endorsing an ideology like communism and just how devastating the ideology has been throughout human history and to arrive at this conclusion Asia. We're going to be talking about do the first. The sheer lack of awareness that exists about communism and a second why democratic countries should should work towards marginalizing communist ideologies from the mainstream..

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"communism" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"communism" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"House dot gov national day for the victims of communism issued November seventh twenty seventh twenty seventeen but today so the did this this is November seventh this was issued to this was issued two years ago on today but if the three issued and how many presidents of ever camelids the national day for the victims of communism I believe zero today the national day of amber seventh for the victims of communism marks one hundred years since the Bolshevik revolution took place in Russia the Bolshevik revolution gave rise to the Soviet Union at stark decades of oppressive communism a political philosophy and compatible with liberty prosperity in the dignity of human life over the past century communist totalitarian regimes around the world have killed more than one hundred million people and subjected countless more to exploitation violence in on total devastation these movements under the false pretense of liberation systematically Ralph innocent people of their god given rights of free worship freedom of association and countless over rights we hold sacrosanct citizens yearning for freedom were subjugated by the state through the use of coercion violence and fear today we remember those who have died and all who.

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"communism" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"communism" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"See you soon you too meanwhile happy trails to you door dash is now available at dissipating restaurant motors eastern got another group you get industry leading expressed buying options now as to make your payment lock them in from home and pick up the same day you could also be confident in the eastern one price promise they continually compare pricing against the market so you'll get a great deal and the price you see is the price you pay no gimmicks every Eastern vehicle must pass a rigorous multi point inspection and is backed by a seven day return policy eastern cars are always the highest quality eastern dot com start shopping expressed today that's eastern dot com well this is one of those days I can't believe it's Friday but man it's taken a long time to get those little one week five times as and then other times it seems like time is dragon it is Friday the end of a busy broadcast wait on how to fix something if you have a disagreement if you have a question or comment I don't want to give examples but there's so many calls yesterday I broke certainly put him up there I looked at myself I forgot about that or that doesn't make any sense I don't want to deal with it there it doesn't happen today whatever smoothly puts up there I deal with including people who think we needed kids to the military detention communism I'll deal with it I must say I hadn't heard that before what I'm fascinated how people think eight hundred two eight.

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"communism" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"communism" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Hatred. The politics of fear. The nation was angry insecure. Communism's gaining. Humongous. Humongous. Police are. Terms. Give him more to talk about. Away. Sexy. Wait. And why are you marching in wiry topless? Besides barricades women for so long as there is a politics in this country as there is. Concern fixing agreements. How will continue to be as offensive as possible? Right. For decades. And I understand it very well, and I can tell you that this lurking in the corner. And if the radical left. Very much. Sounds very much like a threat. He needed the offensive comments. That were I think. Perfect. Offense taping. Is to some genuine kind of injury. I'm still necessary. We may disagree mate. That's fine. Almost there is a politics..

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