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"dacix" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"What does that say for our public. Health officials that someone like peter desk is able to insert himself is able to put himself into what is supposed to be a scientific journal and published a statement that covers his own interests but actually have has lose focus on china and focus on masks or vaccines are mass inoculation. The wuhan institute of veracity received six hundred thousand dollars from a five year three million plus grant that vanity fair said eko health alliance. Stop from wire. Where did they get it from the us national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. Which is headed up by tony. Thoug- so tony. She gave dacix the money to the eco health. Alliance the echo health alliance. Then gave it to the wuhan into the variety and they're they're then trading love letters like pen pals in their email saying hey thanks pal for covering our back year because we don't want people to know that we were actually involved in pushing the natural order in putting science of above morality that actually ended up having a leak which is now infected. The entire planet. Dr peter data if you go to ito eko health alliance dot org. It shows this long bio from him. And you start to realize that this man might have the disguise or the camouflage of being a medical doctor with dr. peter. Dasent is the ultimate mad evil. Scientists is the man behind the man that coordinates all of the things that foul. She can't do because technically he's restrained as being a government. Employee data is able to call the prime ministers of other countries. He's able to orchestrate lockdown type programs. I wanna get to some sound here. That might be helpful in illuminating this. Cut seventeen jen. Jackie says that the by in view is that their relationship with china is one not of conflict but of competition. You hear that everybody. It doesn't matter that a bio weapon was released. It doesn't matter that they're building islands in the south china sea. It doesn't matter that new evidence showing our prediction is going to be right. That china is going to make a major push for taiwan their competitors. It's like the chicago bears and green bay packers. They have a million muslims in concentration camps. Cut seventeen well. I i would say the president's view and this administration's view is that our relationship with china as one not of conflict but of competition and so we wouldn't agree with the characterization of their relationship. See this entire regime seems to be more friendly and more careful with how they talk to the chinese communist party then to the unvaccinated in this country cut twenty. Cnn is actually covering how. China has refused to cooperate with the origins of the fao. Ci virus and peter dasent who helped fund their gain of function research says. There's no evidence the lab leak theory view. Wanna know the man behind the man. Peter desk has been calling shots. This entire time cut twenty. It starts to sound like there wasn't a really definitive investigation of the loudly theory. That's right there's not been a definitive investigation of blake theory. Well thing that it needs to only evidence if there's definitive evidence of lab lake then that needs to be investigated there is no yet but part of the reason there's not as because information is not being shared if we want soc- information from china what went on the lab. We need face to to begin. Very rapidly was plenty of evidence to show that it came from a laboratory. We did a whole video turning point. Usa in april of last year that received thirty million views on social media showing that this definitively came from a laboratory but because donald trump was president because this would have given him an excuse to have an equal opposite reaction against china. They didn't want that to happen. Of course now we know in the last couple of weeks mark. Milley was secretly calling the chinese. Saying we're not going to attack you. Just ignore what the president is doing. You see how all these inner working of the deep state. They seem more interested in more concern with covering for the chinese communist party and for extra telling the truth to america not to mention that more americans died from the chinese corona virus than from combat in world war one world war two korea and vietnam. Yet we call china our competitor. So how is it that they launched a coup against donald trump with peter struck and lisa page and with michael. Flynn against michael flynn. They were willing to use the fourth branch of government. They were willing to use the apparatus in front of them to go after people. They didn't like peter. Dasent and tony faustian. He watch and close. Did exactly the same thing was the last time you think you had american meat. Chances are it's been way too long. Did you know that over. Eighty percent of the grass fed beef sold. The united states is imported from overseas. My friends the good ranchers have traveled the country and a mission to help the american family by working together with local farms and ranches shipping. Straight to your doctor. Good ranchers dot com delivers american craft beef better than organic chicken. Look most of your beef is from overseas. And they lied about at the way. They label it. It's deceiving union. Meet straight from america. Look when we use good ranchers. There's a box that could deliver. And i'm telling you we fight over producer connor. He has barbecues. 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Americans Deserve the Truth About Peter Daszak and Anthony Fauci
"Does that say for our public. Health officials that someone like peter desk is able to insert himself is able to put himself into what is supposed to be a scientific journal and published a statement that covers his own interests but actually have has lose focus on china and focus on masks or vaccines are mass inoculation. The wuhan institute of veracity received six hundred thousand dollars from a five year three million plus grant that vanity fair said eko health alliance. Stop from wire. Where did they get it from the us national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. Which is headed up by tony. Thoug- so tony. She gave dacix the money to the eco health. Alliance the echo health alliance. Then gave it to the wuhan into the variety and they're they're then trading love letters like pen pals in their email saying hey thanks pal for covering our back year because we don't want people to know that we were actually involved in pushing the natural order in putting science of above morality that actually ended up having a leak which is now infected. The entire planet. Dr peter data if you go to ito eko health alliance dot org. It shows this long bio from him. And you start to realize that this man might have the disguise or the camouflage of being a medical doctor with dr. peter. Dasent is the ultimate mad evil. Scientists is the man behind the man that coordinates all of the things that foul. She can't do because technically he's restrained as being a government. Employee data is able to call the prime ministers of other countries. He's able to orchestrate lockdown type programs.
"dacix" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"We just watch a random. Tv show sometimes. The villain is actually introduced before the hero. If you watch star wars new hope came out in seventy eight. Is that right. Nineteen seventy eight ish. Eighty one of the the first seen in episode four star wars in new hope is not luke skywalker. It's actually the massive seventy-seven. Hey i'm not that off. Thank you keeping all these years. Actually straight is harder than the looks. But seventy seven where george. Lucas made the decision that the first thing he wanted to show on screen was not luke. Skywalker was not obi-wan-kenobi was framing evil. The first thing you see on screen is actually a sift. Battleship destroyer takes up your entire screen. He frames evil right out of the gate. One of the reasons. Why star wars harry potter and lord of the rings are so popular. They all they all tell the exact same story. Tell it differently. Someone who doesn't have parents raised by their uncle gets a strange fight's good and evil understands that they have to find either either lord lord voldemort or they have to fight darth vader and eventually they realize the true fight is within themselves but every story that we tell must have a villain with a chinese corona virus the virus go back and forth between the two who is the villain who is the man that pushed forward the lies and the deception about the origins of this virus. Who is the man. That is the darth vader the voldemort. Who is the man. That is the evil dr the mad scientist or we have a name and we've covered him for quite some time here on this program but he should be a household name. He's done everything he possibly can to try to make himself seem unimportant in unknown to you. He is one of the reasons. Why if you are facing a termination because you're vaccination status. This guy is behind it. He's one of the reasons why we mass mail and voting. He's friends with ouchi. He's friends with gates is the go-between of the entire alliance. Literally of what we are looking for. This man is named peter becic. He's a british zoologist. Let me stop here if you go and you look at kind of wear a lot of these press releases come from and a lot of the people behind kind of when the cia gets involved in dealing with foreign intelligence. The cia has something with zoologists. I don't quite understand it. I don't i don't know why this is that one field of study. It seems there is more agency overlap with zoology than anything else. Maybe we can have some people that have worked in the agency on this program and tell us why back in february of two thousand twenty and we know this because of the declassified vouch emails the medical industrial complex with ouchi and you clause and the entire machine that is the cdc the nih the fda they were scrambling and freaking out when they realized that this mysterious flu and pneumonia coming out of china very well might be tied to gain of function research. That was here in america but there was one man that they all leaned upon someone that was not on. Us government payroll someone that had an extraordinary amount of power someone that knew all the heads of state and knew the people that were in charge of the public health divisions and this man peter dacix was the man who got intimately involved in orchestrating and concocting scheme that the lancet journal of medicine just called the lancet in february of two thousand twenty which quote attacked conspiracy theories suggesting that the virus does not have a natural origin. Peter desk got all involve he flooded the zone. Full court pep pressed mass propaganda campaign. Now why was that important. Everybody why was it important. In february of two thousand twenty to make you seem feel as if this thing just came out of nature. Because peter dass and fau cheesy and stop gottlieb and pfizer and madonna. They all didn't want you to blame. Who was actually responsible. This was a cover for the chinese communist party. Especially in an election year when donald trump would've been able to use this in frame this as an act of war against america and he might have actually seen an approval rating increase the lancet they published this using all their credibility and concocted by peter desk through this statement which changed the american news cycle. And we've been saying it came from a lab since day one so many people including republicans fell for this. This is one of the most important stories in the world. not gonna find this cable. Tv do you know what big tech and big government have in common. They both want to silence. Any dissenting voices into submission. Let's say you're proud gun owner and wanna talk on social media about the right to bear arms. Well chances are you're postal flag by a constant moderator and you might end up on some government watch lists the fight back against having your voice censored by both big tech and big government. I recommend express. Vpn you see. 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Exposing the Villain Behind the Villain of Public Health
"Every story that we tell must have a villain with a chinese corona virus the virus go back and forth between the two who is the villain who is the man that pushed forward the lies and the deception about the origins of this virus. Who is the man. That is the darth vader the voldemort. Who is the man. That is the evil dr the mad scientist or we have a name and we've covered him for quite some time here on this program but he should be a household name. He's done everything he possibly can to try to make himself seem unimportant in unknown to you. He is one of the reasons. Why if you are facing a termination because you're vaccination status. This guy is behind it. He's one of the reasons why we mass mail and voting. He's friends with ouchi. He's friends with gates is the go-between of the entire alliance. Literally of what we are looking for. This man is named peter becic. He's a british zoologist. Let me stop here if you go and you look at kind of wear a lot of these press releases come from and a lot of the people behind kind of when the cia gets involved in dealing with foreign intelligence. The cia has something with zoologists. I don't quite understand it. I don't i don't know why this is that one field of study. It seems there is more agency overlap with zoology than anything else. Maybe we can have some people that have worked in the agency on this program and tell us why back in february of two thousand twenty and we know this because of the declassified vouch emails the medical industrial complex with ouchi and you clause and the entire machine that is the cdc the nih the fda they were scrambling and freaking out when they realized that this mysterious flu and pneumonia coming out of china very well might be tied to gain of function research. That was here in america but there was one man that they all leaned upon someone that was not on. Us government payroll someone that had an extraordinary amount of power someone that knew all the heads of state and knew the people that were in charge of the public health divisions and this man peter dacix was the man who got intimately involved in orchestrating and concocting scheme that the lancet journal of medicine just called the lancet in february of two thousand twenty which quote attacked conspiracy theories suggesting that the virus does not have a natural
"dacix" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Jason whitlock is a smart guy. He's a sports guys a lot on fox news. We spent a lot of time yesterday. Talking about the glorious site of thousands and thousands of football fans going to college football games over the weekend. And as jason pointed out to laura ingraham last night. This is really what america looks like. The american people are starting to wise up. They're smarter and wiser than corporate media. They're smarter than politicians that play politics with every crisis and every issue and we're getting back to normal when people are getting comfortable with the fact. There's no denial of the impact of covert. But there is that growing reality. We're going to have to live and deal with covert not live in fear of covert so. I was very happy to see this. We gotta remember these college. Football stadiums are outside our urban core in cities major cities that are more democratic control and so basically lord and i hate to politicize it but it's true. Use saw trump america out in full force and college stadiums. People like fouts and the people on the left no that college football's representation of trump america and they want to demonize those people. He's a smart guy and make some great great observations about trump america and speaking a fallacy. As the new york post editorial board puts it saint fouled. She has lost his halo over a year. The media has hailed the kindly scientist grandfather as some sort of infallible. Holy figure but now there's new reporting records obtained by the intercept that cast series doubts on fallacies insistence the no. Us money went to gain a function research. Now you understand. Gain of function research is where scientists manipulate viruses often making them more transmittable to study their affection develop treatments well foul. She has insisted vehemently angrily remember when he browbeat rand. Paul the nobody's talking about said saint fallacy in may foul. She insisted that the us has not ever and does not now fund gain of function research in the wound heart institute of variety turns out that according to these records obtained by the by the intercept that appears to be a lie. Last night congressman. Mike gallagher of wisconsin appeared on fox news and spoke to brian kilmeade about this shocking development that casts real doubt on the credibility and yes the reputation of dr anthony fallacy to me confirms what we've known for months which is that foul cheesy lied to us. He lied to congress. He knew that our taxpayer dollars were being administered by his organization to third parties like eco health alliance cooperative research gain of function research at the one hundred. And one question about it. He hid behind a highly legalistic definition. But more to the point he was lying in the fact that he's still has a job is an affront to the hundreds of thousands of americans have suffered. It's not died undercurrent virus i it onto this the fact that we we now have the ninety day intelligence review from the bite administration which came back with nothing. Yup that's unacceptable and it said that we have. We can't get to the bottom of this until we have the co-op cooperation of the chinese. That is bogus. that is a cop out. There are a ton of things we can do. And let's start by subpoenaing. Peter data and his entire corrupt organization to get answers. We cannot accept. These lies to be the final answer. These guys have failed us francis collins. Anthony found she. Peter desnick nasdaq. They have utterly failed. The american people as the new york post editorial board puts it foul cheese coziness with wuhan lab. Associates has left him compromised again and again after the covert outbreak. Peter dazzled the president of echo health scrambled to get scientists including fao cheesy to publicly denounced the idea that the virus leaked from the wuhan lab. Dacix efforts paid off when facebook and other social networks censored any allegation against the lab as false. Eventually the lab league theory became too likely to ignore but at that point months later china had destroyed most of the evidence and dodged international disgrace. The new york post rightly points out. Anthony saudi has been an impediment to knowing the true story of kovic nineteen. It's obvious. He has prioritized funding and research over accountability. Congress should call on the carpet to explain under oath. Exactly what he knows about echo health and wuhan and then as we've said before he needs to go. He has undermined the trust needed to successfully fight. The pandemic of vaccinated society needs to move on and it needs to know the truth. I think the new york post has it right. The media social media big tech. They've been complicit. It's quite possible if not likely that we helped fund this worldwide catastrophe. There are too many coincidences here. The outbreak happened in wuhan. It started in wuhan china really. Well you mean where. The institute of garages located re. Oh okay and we helped fund that research gain of function research where scientists manipulate viruses. Have you seen the pictures of the wuhan. Researchers with bats hanging off their clothes. You don't think people were getting bit. You don't think terrible things were happening. And evidently we've been part of that we help funded and found. She can't run from that. What she can do is try to distract. When fouled she can do is bellyache about americans living their lives like so many thousands and thousands of americans are doing at football games tomorrow night. Tampa bay hosting the dallas cowboys. There's no vaccine mandate at raymond. James stadium they'll be sixty five thousand people elbow-to-elbow and fau chee is squealing over this complaining. Here he is on one of his favourite networks cnn. Listen i get folks want to go back to normal life. They want to go to games right. I wanna go. I wanna go to games but when you look at crowds like that you prove that was that just not smart no. I don't think it's smart. I think when you're dealing particularly in if outdoors is always better than indoors. But even when you have such a congregants setting of people close together. I you should be vaccinated. And when you do have congregate settings particularly indoors. He should be wearing a mask speaking of that tampa bay dallas game tomorrow night. Did you read about the national anthem singer. Who got fired because she asked for a religious exemption her christian beliefs state that. She's not ready to take the vaccine. They wouldn't let her sing the national anthem. Now you know why. It's not widely covered because she's a young black woman and twenty seven year. Old african american singer songwriter being fired for not being vaccinated before singing the national anthem. Tomorrow night is not does not fit in with the narrative that the only people resisting vaccine are trump supporters. Maybe she's a trump supporter. I do know that the vaccine hesitant hesitancy level among african americans is high. I do know that. The reason biden can't really dive in with vaccine. Mandates is because there's a whole lot of young black americans who are going to be discriminated against. Look up the story of victory boyd again. Not a big mainstream media story. I read it if the epoch times the epoch times is the only organization only media organization we can find so far that is covering the firing of victory boyd. She was involved in kanye. West's grammy award. Winning album called jesus in twenty twenty big christian contemporary christian album. She was fired because she asked for a religious exemption. She didn't want to take the vaccine. Nfl said sorry. You're fired pay you. Young black woman will get what if they're gonna replace her with another black singer or maybe a white person and then the nfl will have a.
"dacix" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Jason whitlock is a smart guy. He's a sports guys a lot on fox news. We spent a lot of time yesterday. Talking about the glorious site of thousands and thousands of football fans going to college football games over the weekend. And as jason pointed out to laura ingraham last night. This is really what america looks like. The american people are starting to wise up. They're smarter and wiser than corporate media. They're smarter than politicians that play politics with every crisis and every issue and we're getting back to normal when people are getting comfortable with the fact. There's no denial of the impact of covert. But there is that growing reality. We're going to have to live and deal with covert not live in fear of covert so. I was very happy to see this. We gotta remember these college. Football stadiums are outside our urban core in cities major cities that are more democratic control and so basically lord and i hate to politicize it but it's true. Use saw trump america out in full force and college stadiums. People like fouts and the people on the left no that college football's representation of trump america and they want to demonize those people. He's a smart guy and make some great great observations about trump america
"dacix" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"I told you so but we are on top of that story early. Weren't we connor. We told you that. Afghanistan china and taiwan or altogether our sources are unfortunately there i say there unfortunately never wrong because everything they tell me unfortunately is pretty tragic. About how joe biden sold taiwan away for kabul. That is not what we're talking about this hour but we we'll get to that. I do want to get to this alleged bombshell story. But there's so much. I want to get to and so andrew. Why don't you take it away with this. Peter dacix story. I don't consider this to be a bombshell to be perfectly honest with you at all. I consider this to be just something that we have sat at turning point. Usa and at this. Show here on the charlie kirk show since april of last year literally. We have been saying this. And now we're supposed to be told that this is some sort of huge bombshell story but at least we have proof of it andrew. What is the story. Well ironically enough. This is from the intercept which has fallen on hard times. Basically since glenn greenwald left but nevertheless the interceptors has reported and therefore it's now acceptable to say in polite society that it's now become clear that foul. She was lying so one of the more memorable exchanges in congress. Well yeah but again. This is the liberal media saying it. So that's the only that's really the only thing of note here is now the liberal media. Just let and i was telling you in the break. This is basically like the wuhan lab leak theory to point where it was a conspiracy theory and then somebody finally found something that they could defend in the washington post and then it wasn't a conspiracy theory anymore. It's the same here so if it's alright with time here let's play cut five. This is memorable exchange between rampal and dr vouch -i where he vehemently denied funding gain of research or gain of function research in wuhan. Do you wish to retract. Your statement of may eleventh. Were you claimed that the nih never funded gain of function research on the poll. I have never lied before. The congress and i do not retract that statement. You do not know what you were talking about. This is your definition that you guys wrote it says that scientific research that increases the tranquillity about transmissibility among mammals is gain of function. They took animal viruses that only occur in animals and they increase their transmissibility to humans. How you can say that has not gained a it is not. It's a dance and your dancing around this. Because you're trying to obscure responsibility for four million people dying around the world from a pandemic. Let me let me read a quote from machiavelli who fao she embodies machiavelli doctrine better than anyone ever seen a prince or leader never lacks a legitimate reason to break his promise. The promise given was a necessity of the past. The word broken is a necessity of the present. That is if you think. Power is the most important thing in all of society so andrew. Let me just understand this. We now have documents that show. There was gain of function research and all these people were involved in that that's right. The intercept reported that nine hundred new pages of previously undisclosed undisclosed information from the nih which the intercept obtained through foia lawsuits Indicated that yes in fact the three point one million dollars in grant money had been sent to eko health alliance which is run by a guy named peter acid who. I really want to dive into three point. One million used in part to identify in alter bat corona viruses likely to infect humans. And here's the here's the kicker the materials confirmed. The grant supported the construction in wuhan of novel novel. Merrick sars related corona viruses. By the way commericals word that a lot of people are familiar with it means related or denoting an organism containing a mixture of genetically different tissues. What this means is they made humanized mice and humanized mice with with basically human lungs in a in a mouse and they found that these the caro- vice genetic information from another corona vice confirm the resulting viruses could infect human cells gain of function research. It is no longer a conspiracy theory. Charlie it's not a conspiracy theory but it makes sense because science has become not about understanding the natural world but instead the worship of science absent morality absent the understanding of justice of truth of beauty and goodness means that this was inevitable. Look it's back.
"dacix" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Good. I mean you're royalty she all the stuff but you can manipulate them in the lab pretty spied protein drives a lot of what happens of ours. Zoonotic risk she can get the sequence. You can build the protein and with barrack. Unc this insert into backbone of another virus right and do do some work in the lab so really in one of the great head hitting moments in recent history we learn that guy directly tied to backfire experiments in the lab and wuhan was the very same guy tongue the entire world that there was no possibility. This virus could have come from the wuhan lap conflict of interest. Anyone absurd it's beyond belief. It is both of those things about the and beyond belief and the fact that the media didn't dig up this conflict of interest immediately. Well we all know why we all know why. It's the trump factor. That and. I made the comment last Segment that had to do with google. The guy's name. Interestingly enough google play a huge role in silencing any of anybody's ability look into the conflict of interest to call out the wuhan lab the rest of it big tech is out for itself period. It cares nothing about the truth and is more than willing to silence you. That's the that's the very doctor right. There dak who who got the other scientists to sign on that letter that the world took it face value of no. It didn't come from the lab word. Were all the geniuses. We know what's right. And what's wrong and it didn't come from the lab and everybody's okay good so trump's aligarh yay and not only that but anybody who dares contradict these nineteen scientists must be silenced which is insane jennifer griffin. Did a great report on this topic yesterday. Let's hear clip thirty-seven sometimes guys like the play. God peter daza. The british born zoologist who runs echo. Health alliance has revised his competing interests statement published in the respected science journal. The lancet following a campaign of public pressure suggesting his conflicts of interests should have forced him to recuse himself from any investigation into the origins of covid nineteen. Now they're fearful. Oh my gosh. We don't want this thing going back to the to the research we do. So let's do everything possible to sort of steer people away from it and cover it up and that's what this guy did. He rallied a bunch of scientists who didn't disclose their conflicts. Dacix new york based nonprofit helped pass more than six hundred thousand dollars of us tax payer funds to the wuhan institute of technology for the study of back corona viruses with the goal of preventing a pandemic. He helped organize a statement from twenty seven scientists in february of last year calling lab leak hypotheses conspiracy theories on believable so the guy has huge financial and then just personal credibility or whatever his huge reasons to Do what he did and nobody was interested. In digging those up well he and dr fauci and a number of people in our state department are the people who said over and over again in writing this research the gain function research the the genetic manipulation of viruses to study them to find cures etcetera or to see how they spread. We can do this safely. Trust us we're telling you we could do it. Safely turns out they were wrong and millions died. I've never been responsible for the deaths of millions of people so they covered it. Up is hard and fast as they could. I can't imagine well. I said i said this a couple of weeks ago and it's a horrific metaphor but i think it's an apt one. I am the guy who told my wife over and over again we can safely have a gun in the house. And then a shot rings out from the kids playroom. They feel like that guy would feel and so they're doing what they're doing and then again that's dirty and it's wrong and they ought to be called out. They ought to be prosecuted or at least out of their jobs or or held to account in some way or another. It's the the in susie azam of big tech and the media for joining their cover up because they dislike trump. That's the astonishing part to me and just reinforces what always believed. You can't trust anybody with the the right to censor. They always use it for wrong. Yeah so the scientists reactions what they did as human nature. Human nature never changes. What we need is oppressed. That's willing to people. They're doing wrong. that we have some control over should have some control over. You know you said they were responsible for millions of deaths. They wouldn't aben if they'd been honest from the beginning and people could have caught onto what was happening. And maybe the. Who there'd been more world pressure to get to the root of the coronavirus and what it is and how can be stopped. There wouldn't have been millions of deaths. That's an excellent point. In the thirty trillion dollars spent worldwide and kids around the world who lost a year and a half or two learning. if das- akkad stood up immediately and say and said i was part of this research in wuhan. They are experimenting with empowered viruses. We thought we could do it safely. We're wrong chinese authorities. You've got to confess to what's going on here. It's a lab week feed said that day one could have been an incredibly different outcome. And i don't think he'd gotten beaten up that bad i really don't think he would've. But no if he if he if he came clean and said we thought we could do the safely but the chinese standards were not high. Enough we can do it safely but they didn't. That's fine but no he went with the coward's way out and indeed launched an enormous cover up that the new york times and all the alphabet networks were more than happy to help with and having got.
"dacix" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"In downtown manhattan. So so keith. Walk us through then as as in the moment as we can be. Why the push for mass vaccinations. Why the continual doubling down of masks. What does she want. What is the motive here house gates involved can. These are questions were getting. How do we navigate all of that. Go the best way to do it as start out at one hundred thousand feet. If you understand that michele premises that this is a global all network and it's easy to see when you go to echo help alliance look at their executives and visors when you go to mitri corporation. Mit are and. I'll explain that from this email. And look at their found their advisers and their executives. These are all people that work in the government or formerly in the government or formerly in the dod and the metri a lady from the corporation actually reached out to dr foul early in march offering him funding for vaccine helping to hook him into a world bank or an international monetary fund and everything focuses around the global economy global financial networks. Have you noticed how it takes. I think obama's former chief of staff said it best when he said you never let a crisis go to waste. These people generate christ's net crisis causes colleges tag money and place it towards that crisis these guys distribute it to these big companies and we and so keith. I want to dive into something that you said. And then i want andrew to talk about this because this is a debate right now and i want you to tell us why you believe this and i trust your wisdom on this. I just want to reinforce this keith. Been right about everything this last year when everyone was going one way. He said this ended up being right. You said no don't focus on vaccines focus on therapeutics. You said you know what this hydroxychloroquine thing is worth talking about and so keith. You have a lot of credibility on this. Why do you think it was accidentally released if you think. There is a crisis manufacturing industry out there. Why wouldn't we believe that this was released. Intentionally question to tried to usher in all this other stuff. Good question my information from context. I have overseas and we knew about this fact in november of twenty nineteen think that it was accidentally released. But what you're not seeing but you can find on the cdc website. Is that the esl four labs they had one in beijing had already been fined by the cdc and world health organization for letting these pathogens out so they knew the handling was sloppy. To begin with so this could have been intentional. Malfeasance were they off. This would probably happened due to the processes and procedures. I can't i try to be as factual as possible. It could have been deliberately. Release charlie but i can tell you everything after the release of this has been a lie from treat it out to respond to it and how to vaccinate against it will. Yeah and also keith. I think you're right in the sense to give argue to give a reinforcement to your argument. The chinese did not react like they were ready for this. They didn't they they they. They seem to be more ready than most. But it didn't seem like it seemed as if they were concocting this in gain function research for whatever reason and then it got out. Now that's hard for charleroi. Quick to that to the point or something. Very important about the chinese. And peter. Peter gusset it was on a joint. Us chinese biochemical paper and panel that was supported by aeko health alliance. And i can send it to you was in two thousand fifteen. One of the scientist on there was a guy named wu chung pow. He is the number to bio weapons expert in china in the people's liberation party army or whatever the p. l. a. the people's army the chinese army. He is a colonel in the chinese army and he has also on was on the commission with peter. Basset when peter dacix said did not the virus did not come from a lab org so he's working with the number two guy on the chinese army in fact that's reported by the epoch times. They didn't tie him to peter dasent but they did talk about that gentleman. But you can see. The fat guy has worked with peter on papers. Funded by echo health alliance. When you're talking about the chinese army. I think that they were planning at some point. They've had a lot of previous literature. You can look at unrestricted warfare. They had a plan in place in fact if you look at event to one about the quote plan democ when bill gates funded at johns hopkins in october twenty nineteen an entire two to three day conference on how to prepare for corona virus pandemic and the interesting thing about that is someone from one of these big government. Corporations their publicists stood up. And i sent you that. Cut andrew about what he had to say social media. well known. I love this keith. I wanna take one step back though because explain event to a one in sort of layman's terms. So and then we'll we'll we'll get that clip ready to play an when when when you're done to one was at johns hopkins was at johns hopkins and i believe it was at the chan school of medicine to the foundation. I have to go. this is not tober. Twenty nineteen twenty nineteen in it brought in quote unquote experts in panelists that you had to be invited. And they actually performed a pandemic exercise they had pre recorded news reports from news stations. Saying there was an outbreak. This is on video and those new stations were all had chinese newscasters. They the outright that they were planning for was a corona virus outbreak. And how they would respond not medically but to quote misinformation. That might be put out during that time that would hinder actual help for the virus. Okay so event to a one. October of two thousand nine hundred and this is about win the first reports and and i'm i'm i'm having our team fact. Check it on win. That wall street journal said the first three lab workers got sick was november of nineteen. So this is october. We find out november. That three get sick. That's the first. That was the bombshell report. That really added a lot of credence. to the lab week theory all right so let's go ahead and play clip to the event to a one clip quite a moment where the social media platforms have to step forward and recognize the moment to assert that their technology platform and not a broadcaster is over they in fact have to be a participant in broadcasting accurate information and partnering with the scientific and health communities to counterweight if not flood the zone of accurate information because attractive to put the genie back in the bottle of the misinformation. Disinformation is nine possible. All right so again. that's october. Twenty nine team then prepping for a corona virus outbreak or some sort of pandemic pandemic. They were doing a pandemic exercise. And this was the communication head of johns hopkins overseeing the public relations. This is one of those manhattan public. That was invited. But he's talking about the the cancelling on facebook in the end the fact checkers before we even had a flood. Take care of that information on facebook and twitter. He's saying that they have to go from publishers to broadcasters he's he he steps out and says it a good seven months before they actually started doing well. So so keith. Help us understand. Just it seems as if whether it whether it was intentional or not came out and we know that the virus and we know that once it came out. There was opportunists and there were liars and people that wanted a certain agenda wants. It came out whether they thought they could get mail in voting mass. Vaccinations at on ask you about whether they thought they could change the perspective of public health and make people submitted these public health authorities and so whether even the emails between zuckerberg and how the social media companies have been colluding. And all of this. So what can you tell our viewers give them some peace of mind of of where this agenda leads and what we need to do to.
"dacix" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Lot. On the underlying causes of pandemics deforestation climate change wildlife hunting thus our conservation side as well. So we go to foundations and say look you've been trying to stop the wildlife trade in china for twenty years. You've put all this money into it. If you have a health angle to that. It really does work. The markets watt. Marcus in china would never close down because of the ethical concerns or confession. But the minute cells emerged closed the us and we're trying to put the health and conservation. I see so what do you see from that. Keep what what he's trying to do is they're trying to say that the pandemic if you play that on he would say that when you go into bill in a forest. You're building a village in your cutting down trees. You can have these exotic viruses transferred to the people that are actually working in these forces and that they come from animals and this is something that peter dasa has tried to push a very long time. You can go back to the echo hell website and it's it's fascinating and you look back at the articles that are written. All of these articles tried a tie. Zona jump from corona virus and other viruses to humans. The problem is none of the actual research done especially the re specialized research on june support. This and peter dasent wrote on april eighteenth and the top of the emails. Thao she says to him. Many thanks for your kind. Note the note that peter desk sent him said as the pi. The ro one grant publicly publicly targeted by fox news reporters at the presidential press briefing last night. I just wanted to save personal. Thank you on behalf of our staff and collaborators for publicly standing up and stating that the scientific evidence supports a natural origin for covid nineteen from a bat to human spillover. Not a release from the wuhan institute of then it has a blinked out area that we don't know what he says and it ends with from my perspective. Your comments are brave and coming from your trusted. Boys will help. Dispel the myths spun around the virus origins ends with once. This pandemic over. I look forward to thanking you in person and let you know how important your comments are to all of us. I don't know who us are. I mean he. He's he's basically thanking foul to for backing what we know right now is an absolute lie that this is a man made virus. It never chain from about origin. So when you're getting into that climate change discussion. Are you suggesting that you think that there is because we often call it. The climate change cult right that that this is a religion for a lot of people especially younger. People that this is actually. Is there a motive that you're suggesting that the release of an engineered corona virus that it came from an animal jumped to humans is a reason to sort of lockdown deforestation. You know human spread into currently unpopulated areas Advancing the climate. That's colder peter dacix words. Not my those are actually his words in the interview right right. So you're saying that could be one of the motives behind why you would release an engineered virus on the world. I don't think they released it. I do believe it was an accident. All right i also. And i and i have good reason to believe that but i also know that it was violent. You near we. Peter dasent in that interview that you just played from charlie. You played that clip actually talks about it coming out of a lap but he and one second just our audience. There's a clip that we played and i. I don't think we have it loaded for this. But there's a clip that we played where he explains. how easy. It is to engineer corona viruses. He sort of brags about it. He just in this was this was i believe in december of two thousand nineteen or october of twenty nineteen december twenty nineteen. Yeah and he's bragging about it. His comment actually was well. It's the that he was being asked on a panel and they he said well. It's kind of difficult in the wild but it's quite easy to make in the lap. And so he kind of let the cat out of the bag but to tie it to climate changing it is a cold but it's a cultivated a cult of money power ingred. It's not a cult of people that loved climb right now isn't way to finances from the government what i found out and digging through this with my past life and other things is that the government funds multiple middlemen small to large nonprofits with giant amounts of finance and they have to get financing through the legislature. So what better way to do it than to get it through or medical. You know sars. Kobe for climate change. Big amounts of money for kobe relief. In fact peter dasent in his in his interview states that his first decent grant chain from obama's restore america back when they were coming out of Of the financial crisis they got a grant that helped them during that time. And it's also important to note that ron claims wife is one of the top climate change. I don't wanna know lobbyist people. That's that's her passion. That's what she works in and look data and so what what people have to realize. What keith is talking about here with ron. Clain ron clean is the chief of staff. And so that. Joe biden's not in charge. We know that ceron clean is as close to someone as being in charge as one of the whole government every agency that goes to the epa that goes to the irs that goes to the nih the nasd and. So it's really important. We start to talk about him. And what's been amazing. Keith is back during the obama years. We used to talk about. Valerie jarrett a lot. There hasn't been a lot of attention to there. Hasn't been a lot of attention on ron clean. He's been. I don't think he's done any press events so talk more about this. Aeko health alliance is an ngo right keith. And they say they're nonprofit in the interesting thing and again. I'm speaking i'm paraphrasing directly from peter deaths the average non profit that gets government grants gets about ten percent in government grants and. I sent you the clip on this. And he's asked. Well how do you do. And he said well. We get eighty percent of our money from government grants and he says that he talks about how hard it is to get grants and may receive eighty.
"dacix" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"Waker just the colors that game really pop It's really gorgeous game. Look No one mentioned the un filter of dacix dais x. Just just what's what's the rapper. Who peed on people went to jail like it was just like and on the fucking camera it game. What a bad idea. Or kelly thank you. You could look at a fork. Could you guys look at fall out. And say the same thing because i think fallout threes. Filter was pretty raw too. Doesn't it was very brown. I think four three. I agree i used to call the brown simulator before i liked. It was like it's just simulate in multiple colors of brown eight. You know what other ones there any others where the color also Legend assailed the birth of the wild was more sort of watercolors walking than than wind waker. But but like visual art style really engaged me in that game woah saints. Row was a big one for me. The the saints row was at purple like super colorful. I really like almost like a cartoon. I really yeah. I think. I got a mention in honor of regina here persona five because there's something about the menus in every house tied lists like colorful trash can exploded. Try it is. It's can't tell me that's not what it's like. It's that's the graphics in that game it's like a neon artists trash can exploded behind his house. And that's the game. Oh phoenix rising. Somebody said yeah. Phoenix rising personas right. You have any others rich. I was thinking of fall guys. That's sugary i'm color. The oh commie. Somebody mentioned the dog and is a good fit definitely cool. What what else do you got there johnny. Any other questions master relic says with the amazing news of the life is trained and life is strange before the storm remake and with the life is strange true colors having an interesting superpower of empathy. What other type of odd powers or superpowers would you like lord in the video game. Empathy ain't fucking superpower. I'm just gonna say all right now. That's two on the power of the new one. Do yes as watching trailer feeling you bro. I can feel emotion. Celia bro gig. It's that's my biggest problem is the first one was not as on the knows about the connection between the characters and the second one then you got on the nose and then they're like you have the power of like empathy and mike dude. That's not it's like feeling other people's emotions that to me is just not a very deep mechanic is just. It's going to be. Oh they're not happy. They're actually sad. Great whatever like that's that's going to be so bored so angry that makes me angry begets..
"dacix" Discussed on The Not So Late Show With Jason Monteclar
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"dacix" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast
"A sobering. Yeah when you don't plan right sometimes place. Don't go very law. Another one us a little bit. A little bit shorter but officer optional. Landings or mandatory takeoffs or optional landing is mandatory. So you'd think about taking off you think about writing that vision they are completely optional. You can wind up staying the same person. You are staying job. You are situation. You are never taking that chance net risk. You can do all that that's completely optional. But once you do take off. Landing is mandatory. And you are gonna land somewhere so if you start a vision in you. Don't follow up on that. Then you land pretty hard. You are gonna fail because nothing's gonna happen. You don't even know if you can call us sailing because you haven't even really started as it's just dreaming out something if it's just wishful thinking sounds cool again is with a mission statement whole story. Bro is nice. I here's what i stand for. Well that's great but if you don't actually do those things it doesn't really matter so you don't follow through in create that mission from the vision start getting some action on paper. You're not going to have a very successful time and you're landing. We'll be very rough. You're gonna one way or another. I'm you the land successfully or not so good in a lot of that has to do with how you plan hank strategize you turn it into action so this brings into the file lesson about planning your vision so no doubt you've heard the motivational quote. What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail. I've seen on posters. I seen that in grimm's would on mel people's dacix all that kind of stuff. I always looked at it as a inspiring. Saying how me and i knew i could say kind of really dream a little bit after a while. I started thinking well. Where's the courage in that. Where is back. If i knew i couldn't fail. I don't get to go to mars the on moscow. Either you can do just about any if you knew you couldn't fail about creating a vision and you think about that same. I do want you to use it just for a second so awfully you've done that. Hopefully you create in a couple of different divisions again. You're not gonna be running a unicorn fire but our real true blue vision. If you're really serious about what you wanna do what you wanna change now. I say that. But i also see this. If you're serious about life change you do have to pick just one and become laser focus on that one thing so maybe start with a list of different visions. You'd like to have whether starting a company junior your career change in your personal life. Whatever that is a coupla down think about that quote. What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail. But there's no sacrifice there you can look at a bunch of those things and say why would you all of them one after the other..
"dacix" Discussed on Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came: A Podcast about Stephen King and His Books
"Throughout almost every page has some christian language some christian symbolism it has very religious christian characters quotes from the bible everywhere so we're going to build to a resolution if that resolution involves god kind of tracks the other level is that let's ignore all that christian stuff that's on the surface and just say this is a battle of good and evil. It's flags on hubris. It's flags own mistakes. in his waning powers that instigate. This you know crackling bloom ball of energy. That he has it's his it's his last proof of magic to execute somebody in a spectacular way and because that is still present when the nuclear bomb gets close by. That's what sets off the bomb. If if you didn't have the first thing you wouldn't have the second thing and lots of people see religious symbols and things in things that don't have that aren't religious like virgin. Mary and a slice of toast. Or or what have you kind of thing. So it's just a a ball of crackling electric energy in the sky that cloud and if you look up in this moment of stress and fear and excitement maybe you see it. Looks like a hand especially after. You've been literally rolling the desert for days at her hungary and week in having visions and you're already a pilgrim who has been to some extent predisposed to thinking that god was going to be part of this by mother abigail and everything that happened in like they've been told like god sending you've got senator you've got sending you. It's not a surprise to think that they might see that right. Exactly so yeah. Entertain a at face value christian story and a god or somebody sees things. We are all wired to see things in think where they don't really exist. We we see shapes in clouds. We see shadows. that aren't things that are shadows etc. Why wouldn't a ball of energy in the sky at least briefly resemble a hand up. I will say that as i said. This was my favorite book for a long time. When i was younger and i distinctly remember huge chunks of this book in big plot points and this was always one. That was just sort of like. Oh yeah and then it ended and this is what happened. And i never put too much thought into it reading it this time knowing where you're going to talk about it and just being a closer reader doing a deeper look at this book. All of this is so clearly foreshadowed like for the beginning like it almost seems like this is the resolution that had to happen and to your point on multiple different levels right like the good versus evil. Yes the potential christianity hand of god. Pcs but even just the simple a nuclear bomb was going to end this. There was going to be fired. The whole thing with trashcan man. I remember reading. This is like wisest guy here. Why is this guy here. But it's all leading up to this. I'm going to build a bigger fire. A bigger fire bigger fire. I'm looking for weapons. I'm looking for like it. Had to come to a bomb like there was sort of no other choice that it could end other than this. You know to tie it all together like there. Is that quote that people say about the bible that god destroyed the world the first time with flood and it'll be the fire next time. The flood wiped out all of humanity. Except for noah and the people he brought along with him and this time because of the way that the world has been divided. The fire has wiped out all of humanity except for who was left in in boulder. And so it's almost as if this is a cleansing fire of some sort that literally got the hand of god his has has put into place knowing where the sands and looking through the book. None of this should come as a surprise how it ends and everything led up to this and so even if you don't think that this is the ending that you would want that you wanted to see larry pilots guitar smash it over. Flag said or what you wanted to see. Glenn debate philosophy with flag and blow up or or something else. It seems to me that this is the only way that made sense in the context of the other previous eleven hundred pages of this book toledo and so really for the first time in my reading of this. I'm going to say like yeah. This is a really appropriate ending for this book and king doesn't deserve the. The flaggy takes for having this hand of god appear. It's almost like he gave himself challenge. This is entirely my own speculation. Everybody often balks at the idea of a day of six. That's the cheat. When you resort to edessa makina means you failed in your storytelling. So my speculation is king said. What if i write a story where dacix mocking is actually the correct way to end the story. And that's what he did. He wrote a story where the hand of god makes sense where yes other outcomes could have worked but this one does work. He's probably chuckling to himself. All these years since the book publish dude you wrote a dacix. Mocking loser is like yeah. I'm laughing all the way to the bank. Also i meant to do that. You're right all right well. I'm sure we'll be talking more about how. This book all concludes in our final episode next time but before we get to that. Why don't we talk about dark tower. The first one that i wanted to point out jays that the serial number on the atomic bomb is a one six one. Four one zero s. a. f. If you add up the numbers one six one four one and then assign a one to everything else so to the eight two zero you. Saf those numbers lead up to nineteen. I realized i had to do some funky math two zero one and assign each letter one only but it all checks out j. Yeah it sure does. Let's put by tinfoil hat on now if you play wizard of oz backwards while you say this in all lines up with a beatles album the only dark tower thenia picked up on this section of the book was his name is legion and this has come up in many of stephen king's works including the dark tower. Where flag himself says that in the gunslinger. He's talking about some other next level evil beside himself who he refers to his legion. And then you know. There's a crack of thunder and lightning hits. The mountain in boulder falls off but then in storm of the century andrea knows. Actually is an anagram for legion. Yup this is something that king uses as sort of a synonym for big time. Evil dude all right. All of our yukking. It ups are around trashcan man. So let's hear it.
"dacix" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"You do a bike program. Do you guys logic you do. Yeah i saw a video of you think it was your instagram where you do you have your own little studio that you built. Yeah bill in. My apartment is like a cool. Like a kind of fat walk-in closet pretty much the Phoned up blankets on the ceiling. Definitely yeah that's awesome. I feel like everybody. You know in a certain point in that music career music tech. They all kind of develop their own space and something. Yeah i did. I think second year when i finally got through their gay whatever okay. I should probably invest in some equipment or whatever I think it my apartment at the time. I had like a little corner. That sound soundproofed out and everything like that too. Yeah that's crazy. Did you do gymnastics when you work. So i had a trampoline since i was like three and i took like a couple of classes here in like when i was six or so a couple of classes in like in sixth grade. Because my older brother's friend could you like some flips on the ground. Dacix shit ever learn how to do that I never competed though. But i learned like the basics tricks on the ground and then i really wanted to learn tricking. That's like it's like a mix of gymnastics martial arts. Um that's why people just do tricks entree contracts that they don't stop them. Just keep on like swinging one leg to flip and do all sorts of nonsense. I really wanted to do that but just doing other sports and whatnot of the time. It didn't like no. I didn't have any other friends. That did that kind of thing. So two years ago. I met my roommate who just moved out so my old roommate and some other buddies that were all up into it and all it took was just hanging out with them and then giving me point is super into it and do flips and checking stuff all the time dude. It's awesome. I've watched your stuff. It's impressive like how does the body do that. Jumped out and supervise jumped at high. Tell me has got to keep trying to keep jumping in the coupon jumper all lot. Yeah i think i think. All kids should de gymnastics. 'cause like learning how to fall is one of the most important skills ever because some people like fall in get hurt like. I don't follow very often when i do age. Like roll out of it or like. I'm fine the times that i fall and actually get hurt. Very seldom plus. I'm usually doing some stupid shit to like. Be like yeah. You're probably going to fall. How do you. How do you learn how to fall like. Can you paint that picture. I mean there's certain ways is different ways to roll out of things and like air awareness just like knowing where you are so if you do slip like oh like you know where you are in this. Have quick reflexes to catch yourself and whatnot as opposed to just don't land wrong on. Yes like slipping and dislike the whole banana peel does like every limb up into the air and land on your back you tell them..
"dacix" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"And. He said he'd Saudi would be cool to see an uncharted and tomb raider crossover and wanted to hear from us. If there's any crossover, we would like to see who can destroy more stuff. No Shit Right. Who can kill more people in smile? Yup Right. So to. Let's go with has to make sense in some way right, so we don't say crash bandicoot effect where like? Massacre. Actually he has a twist or forgot to read though he has like a twist to that, which is like one side has to be the protagonist while the other side antagonist. So like a good guy from one game versus a bad guy from another, and then my my answer is two games of mentioned I believe a perfect mix would be half life and Dacix. Because if you look at DS, XS future worlds in the newer games. There's a dystopia. Like obviously, that's what it's about. Sorry. I had half like, but if you look at a d, The new X., they're very Sopian. They have that sort of feel to him. But their technology level feels to me pretty close to half life in some of the guns and stuff I would love to see like one side. I don't know who'd be bad. Maybe a bad version of the characters and aspects, because they're always the good guy cotton, the system kind of thing so you could be the. CYBORG battle cry from sex against the people in half life I could do without any. You guys have answers. thinking. People are saying marble versus DC I. Think we've got that doom guy in Crato, said. Doom guy in crato would be such a weird game. No one would know who to vote. Garrelt versus Rados Dude Sorry Carol it wouldn't that would be. The fastest battle known to man. There'd be a crater with some fucking jars filled with marmalade around it, and that would be criticize body, or a garrels body, assassin's creed Odyssey and credos. Now that's the other way Rados would destroy them right. Yeah. Ooh, seven up spot and and sneak king from Burger King. That's a good one. Any from you guys you can think of. I was thinking like Alan. Wake, but then who would he go up against right? It would be like some bad guy. He had to investigate Resin Evil I think Alan wake a resident evil. Seven had a good crossover in how they handled horror. They could have been all dude if you're like. If you're Alan. Wake in one of those situations where you're piecing together. What's going on? That'd be cool. That'd be very cool. Anything. Like persona, five and contradiction. I just played it. On that, so you're saying like the detective parts of contradiction mixed in with Persona Yup like you're trying to hunt him down and and discover who are defendant thieves. So good any from your silver. Picking Maybe DISA- fun one maybe later suit Larry and trying to score with Harley Quinn, from Arkham asylum dude. Oh my God. I would not serve. Him right away. If hasn't played leisure suit. Larry I suggest you do because it was made during an a very appropriate like everybody was inappropriate, but it was. It was height of inappropriate freeman us. It was so close to an ex game, but it wasn't, and that's what I. Thought he was going to say, too. I thought he was going to say. Pirates and a guy, brush and leisure sue, but did not say that crisis versus doom guy. Bully Persona Exchange Student, edition Oh. Yeah, no, that would be like Japanese addition Johnny. Needs a day. Who knows bully, too, could be that right What else are we got? Right! Amazon has cool question. What skills system do you prefer in RPG's classes with their own skill, trees or open ended in this? Which is now award. Furthermore. Do you prefer a level cap where you have to specialize in a certain skill set allowing for more replay ability, or as many levels as as there are skills allowing you to eventually Max out every long one. She, which is so the first the first would man I do not like skill trees. You. Know. For the first one that will, those will say no, but neither of those options I would prefer one from final fantasy like switching. Having, Carradine, being able to switch ups. Guy Like preferred, one infancy fourteen, or which so almost like a you can switch, but there's some negative like you have to go back home to do it. Is that what you mean? Our or like grinded up again grinded up. You have one character, and you can basically switch into whatever you jack of all trades kind of character, but maybe a negative Gotcha. What you silver any like. What do you like? Skill tree I like open I like I like. Being able to customize the bill to what I wanted to be right without necessarily being pigeonholed into specific. so picking into using would be my preference. What about you I? Would probably I would probably like there to be like a skill gap where it feels like. Because it gives significant the choices of where you put your skills. So I. Put some to the to the decision rather than oh I can just go and do everything anyway. Yep Okay. What about you Johnny? Yeah. That's a big thing for me, not being able to just choose everything eventually or or get everything. I got I was thinking about outer worlds and that game. Choices for perks and things like that and. Even though you could make anything work I really felt like. Thinking about stuff like you know, what do I one next because? I'm only going to be able to grab a few of these and then in the same vein. I do like games like path of exile or final fantasy ten with a huge sphere grid and you. Can you know like? Craft your your character based on that. And it really matters..
"dacix" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"And. He said he'd Saudi would be cool to see an uncharted and tomb raider crossover and wanted to hear from us. If there's any crossover, we would like to see who can destroy more stuff. No Shit right who can kill more people in Smile Yup right. So to. Let's go with has to make sense in some way right, so we don't say crash bandicoot effect where like? Massacre. Actually he has a twist or forgot to read though he has like a twist to that, which is like one side has to be the protagonist while the other side and then tag. So like a good guy from one game versus a bad guy from another, and then my my answer is two games of mentioned I believe a perfect mix would be half life and Dacix. Because if you look at DS, XS future worlds in the newer games, there's a dystopia. Like obviously that's what it's about. Sorry. I had half like, but if you look at a d, The new X., they're very Sopian. They have that sort of feel to him. But their technology level feels to me pretty close to half life in some of the guns and stuff I would love to see like one side. I, don't know who'd be bad. Maybe a bad version of the characters and aspects, because they're always the good guy cotton, the system kind of thing so you could be the. CYBORG, battle cry from sex against the people in half life I could do without any you guys have answers. thinking. People are saying marble versus D I think we've got that doom guy in Crato said. Doom guy in CRATO S- would be such a weird game. No one would know who to vote. GARRELS versus CRATO S-. Dude! Sorry Carol. It wouldn't that would be. The fastest battle known to man. There'd be a crater with some fucking jars filled with marmalade around it, and that would be criticize body or a girl's body, assassin's creed, Odyssey and Credos. Now, that's the other way Rados would destroy them right. Yeah. Ooh, seven up spot and and sneak king from Burger King. That's a good one. Any from you guys you can think of. I was thinking like Alan Wake but then who would he go up against right? It would be like some bad guy. He had to investigate resin. evil. I think Alan Wake and resident. Evil seven had a good crossover in how they handle horror. They could have been all dude if you're like. If you're Alan wake in one of those situations where you're piecing together, what's going on? That'd be cool. That'd be very cool. Anything. Like persona, five and contradiction. I just played it. On that so you're saying like the detective parts of contradiction mixed in with Persona Yup like you're trying to hunt him down and and discover who are defendant thieves. So good any from your silver. Thinking maybe DISA- fun one maybe later. Suit Larry and trying to score with. Harley Quinn from Arkham asylum dude. Oh my God. I would not serve. Him Right Away If played leisure suit Larry I suggest you do because it was made during an a very appropriate like everybody was inappropriate, but it was. It was height of inappropriate freeman us. It was so close to an ex game, but it wasn't, and that's what I thought. He was going to say, too. I thought he was going to say. Pirates and a guy brush and leisure sue, but did not say that crisis versus doom guy. Bully Persona, exchange student edition Oh. Yeah no, that would be like Japanese edition Johnny. Needs a day. Who knows bully, too, could be that right What else are we got? Right. Amazon has cool question. What skills system do you prefer? In RPG's classes with their own skill, trees or open ended in this? Which is now award? Furthermore, do you prefer a level cap where you have to specialize in a certain skill set allowing for more, we ability, or as many levels, as as there are skills allowing you to eventually Max out every long one. She, which is so the first the first would man. I do not like skill trees. You Know For the first one that will, those will say no, but neither of those options I would prefer one from final fantasy like switching jobs, everyone carradine, being able to switch ups. Guy Like. preferred one. Fancy fourteen or which so almost like a you can switch, but there some negative like you have to go back home to do it. Is that what you mean? Our or like grinded up again grinded up. You have one character, and you can basically switch into whatever you jack of all trades kind of character, but maybe a negative Gotcha. What you silver any like? What do you like? Skill tree I like open I like I like. Being able to customize the bill to what I wanted to be right without necessarily being pigeonholed into specific. so picking into using would be my preference. What about you I would probably? I would probably like there to be like a skill gap where it feels like. Because, it gives significant the choices of where you put your skills. So I. Put some to the to the decision rather than oh I can just go and do everything anyway. Yep, okay, what about you Johnny? Yeah. That's a big thing for me. Not being able to just choose everything eventually or or get thing I got I was thinking about outer worlds and that game. Choices for perks and things like that and. Even though you could make anything work. I really felt like. Thinking about stuff like you know. What do I one next because? I'm only going to be able to grab a few of these and then in the same vein. I do like games like path of exile or final fantasy ten with a huge sphere grid and you? Can you know like? Craft your your character based on that. And it really matters..
"dacix" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast
"From downtown Toronto Headquarters. Here's a solo special episode of the really awful movies podcast, featuring yours truly Chris Episode Three Zero Five. The Stephen King adaptation the midst. Now yet another Stephen King. Add Up. These tend to run the gamut from the sublime, and that would be the dead zone stand by me Carrie the shining to the ridiculous, the likes of thinner and Dream Catcher, and somewhere between the film I hold kind of near Dear the pretty, Funny Mangla. Starring Robert Englund and which features in the Book Jeff co-authored Death by umbrella. The hundred weirdest horror movie weapons by virtue of the fact that someone meets their demise through all things laundry press, so that's a pretty fun one, but there's certainly no shortage of king adaptations, especially now on Netflix within the tall grass, and the quite an underrated I would say a good marriage starring Anthony Lapaglia who. Viewers will probably remember from the Mike Myers vehicle, so I married an axe murderer where he played his cop buddy in San Francisco and in a good marriage. Is Basically about a spouse finds out that there are a husband is actually a serial killer in an, it's a bit. It's not unlike the genesee. Killer in upstate New York who had a long standing relationships with you. The woman at kids I believe as well or bt K., so that is not half bad and expected it frankly to be far worse now. The mist. is an yet. Another one of these New England's set came features, and there's a little. Inside joke where the local pharmacy is kings pharmacy so again you have this contained. Place and sense of place being so integral to the horror genre, and King has scarcely in rarely ventured outside of his main confines. He grew up in Bangor I believe he went to college there. He's all about that region and this film is no different. And what you have is a conceit, which is not unlike I would say John, Carpenter's the fog where you have some inclement weather system that comes in and causes some sort of calamity. The carpenter vehicle. It's not. The weather system per se, what? It's actually hiding in the case of the fog, it's these wonderful. The reanimated pirates who reached havoc in a case of the messed. It's inexplicably a you know a collection of very different creatures, so you could throw this one in the category of creature feature, and what struck me about this? As the creatures came into play, was the similarities to the Irish were fill the quite fun grabbers in which a group of pub denizens. The band down the hatches in fend off a bunch of tentacled creatures and. Fortified themselves with the drink and manage to save themselves and are rea- rebuff the creatures, a advancements onto their into their town so similarly here you have a group of people can can find find themselves barricaded within a grocery store, which shot I got a kick out of as I May Day job on the business reporter, and frequently called upon to cover the grocery sector and new product development and. Launches how things are promoted at shelf level. So that I thought that was quite fun a my all time. Favorite grocery related or I mean talk about each category will be intruder, which is absolutely fantastic in which? urged listeners to check out. Now dimissed! As first off just a great cast, so directed and written by Frank Darabont. who was the mastermind behind a Shawshank redemption and the green? So it's pretty interesting that he should I mean he's just so well versed in tackling the king related material. This one here features Marcia Gay Harden, as sort of a religious nut job. A Thomas Jane is as a Doting Dad, avid cider in this inside outside dynamic of town in that's again not uncommon for likes of a place like Maine, which is very small and low population US state that is frequently forgotten about. You know at the expense of the likes of Florida Texas California New York State. Not kind of thing and one of the grocery workers is at Toby Jones. WHO's again? Excellent and Frost Nixon and really added a lot of juice to what I thought was the Superior Truman capote vehicle infamous, rather than the tournament Capote Bio pic, which which I thought was a little bit lacklustre. Obvious, it's pretty funny. I was watching trailer for breakfast at. TIFFANY's in I didn't realize that. Truman capote was how it was pronounced in that trailer. That's feel might get to see, but I'm really looking forward to that one. Toby Jones have brings all of this. What looks like to be five four height? To a bit of a bad ass, rule ear, as he's a sharp shooter and a good with a pistol. Anyway inside outsider dynamics come to play as a group of townsfolk barricade themselves into a again into grocery store at this missed begins encroaching, and you have this secret as is, this is very much sixties. Kind of a monster film in that the Dacix mackinaw is really the. Time Honored Secrets Military Experiment. That's going on in about which many of the townsfolk are speculating conjecture. It's to what it's about. And some of the soldiers find themselves in the in the grocery store, as well and having to answer a lot of questions about which to they're not really familiar as their sort of lower ranking grunt types. Although there's there's also A. Military policeman in both his world so here this is the setup and again like it's pretty simple. It's infused with all the good kinds of sixties. Creature features motifs that it come to expect, and it's kind of out of this a little bit unique, insofar have different creatures come to the fore, and again as as the people were reticent about venturing out in escaping as one of their ranks is a split in two by one of these tentacled creatures that reaches in through the the just the loading dock and their turns into a real cleavage between the two groups townsfolk broadly speaking, representing more traditional value holders and cut kind of Reagan. Conservative type and a more religiously inclined folks with the and I'm putting this in quotes, maybe more rational. Maybe left-wing some as some bloggers suggested in bloody, disgusting and others and so. There is real tension between the two as to how to proceed going forward, and what it is that these creatures represent in what it is that this missed in this infant weather really represents Marcia Gay Harden, as as a kind of fire and brimstone. Preacher feels obviously represents end times in Armageddon and her. Rhetoric is able to sway a number of the shoppers into thinking. They should just I. Don't know. Await End Times ends just seek a better life in the beyond, whereas the tons Jane character leads the other other group and A. Standing in contracting indication to them and whether they should band together and. Fight it off to.
"dacix" Discussed on Homecoming Podcast
"The most insane thing ever. I don't think that it happens co. I'd like that. Like a black screen there. She had a baby our shit like the world is this. And we had like Dacix video in my go through the stages. So I think school did a good job of, you know, trying to help us, but it was such a weird video, and I don't think they wash it in like regular biology class that I was in AP bio so that that's totally different than just regular biology. So I don't even so weird. Yeah. That's, that's hilarious. Like they pretty much took out chunks of what? We did not see the baby bowl or at all. It was like black hole, baby. Like that's our weapons. We totally missed like say the important part, but. Part of you know, what's supposed to your. And I mean, you know, fast forwards and now and of course, there's more access to yet. That's what was going to say. For the most part is the same thing, though that there's, there's more access to just natural birth videos. And I think I heard both of you guys say this on a prior episode. Like it's almost becoming like people becoming more naturally inclined. So like millennials are more like into this Khanna Jane. But, you know the other day I was on I forget the channel, but it was like some Instagram channel. And there was just footage of this woman in labor as she was just she looked omits Rable just felt so bad. And she she she was in the hospital. I could tell she was just all I could think was. Has you making it like I've learned, I've learned this from both of my experiences that we, we both, we, we all have different paint tolerance levels. But when you begin to send to yourself and just harm yourself, entrust your body. It takes for me on everybody else. It takes a huge percentage of the pain off of your body, like, when you just sort of surrender. Honestly, the only word I can use. Much easier to just ride the contraction. And when you get that break, you just you just fall into ages rest. And this, this woman was so she was fighting it and I know I, I know it feels like I did. So I resonated with what she was doing almost like I wanted to reach through the video reach through time. Be like, no, no. You don't have to make this hard on yourself. Unum, say-so I say that to same human. Now. We have access to like, great, you know earth stories in all of that on. You still have those videos flow out. The eight you still have this idea of, like birth is insurmountable as the worst pain ever. And I'm like, nah, it's not again, I'm speaking for myself because I know some women deal with some very challenging. Situations. But is still out there these kind of like weird videos like is that really what happens? That's still out here in its Katamon barley. So just before we before you walk us up to your actual earth story of Malcolm. Did you so in preparation for your home birthright? What kinds of things did you do? Did you watch videos of women giving birth naturally, or at home, or what kinds of resources? Did you rely on to prepare for your home? So we definitely watched videos. We ended up we we read two books. Actually, on a lot of people were saying, like, oh, you know, you need to go to Bradley classes, all of that. And we are you'll. This is just me. Obviously experience two types of arts Bradley causes. They weren't. They weren't for us. I'm not filling them at all. Nothing nothing about it Brown, because was semi up in Cetinje to the point where like you know what? I'm so it was going on this adjust me. Now, everybody, of course. Oh, seen may have a different experience with these Bradley courses. But think so what I think about Brian courses. It's a lot of information being thrown out a person and. Yet, you're not gonna remember every single thing, but I guess, part of the reason for the Bradley coast sudden, you at least pick up something. Yeah. Venus long dry, so that for us the, the honestly you could recruit me if I'm wrong. But the number one reason why we didn't do the Bradley course, is because we obviously, with our second, baby and. But the, the lawn I think, Bradley courses, they take course they take place over like the eight week timeframe if I'm not mistaken, and we were like, coordinating, childcare, all that we were like, we know we're not doing that. So we got the I, I didn't get the Bradley book. It's actually right here is natural chopper, the Bradley way. So it's not a Bradley book per se, but it's from the perspective of a nurse. Midwife. You know, very much believes in the Bradley method. So I got that one for myself in Michael, reg, the birth partner. So we both can would've might get round in that effort me reading the on the book that I got was. Really grounding. Because of course, it goes through like the fizzle aspects on. Even starting with pregnancy. But the focus that providing for that relax, relax ation in again, like surrendering your body, every time you like surge for me was like super super helpful. But no, we didn't do like a lot of couples classes. You didn't do that. Of course, we attended our, our midwife groups on. It wasn't really classes. It was more so like meetings. You know what I mean? Like all the home board. Homered couples would get together in talk about how we were going to prepare what we should know. And wait wait for us. It was more so practicing N just again like Trump mentally, like crowning myself in. How to prepare this time. I want to point this out, you use the word surges in, in place of contractions. Like as a student midwife we talk very often about, like, shifting the narrative event changing how we see things. So I really love the fact that you use the word surge instead of contractions, because after like as a society, we've been conditioned to hear the word contraction in freak out, so we replace that with another word like surge, yet, then it doesn't come off, as harshly in our marine can actually process. You know, the word in our body doesn't have this physical response of being scared or frayed or ten. So I really like that. I wanted to point that out for people who are listening to shift shift, the verbiage around birth because this ultimately how we shift the fear. Right. Absolutely. I agree with that. The book that I read was day on that. Like, I, I think are probably saw the word contraction in there may be like two or three times with it was very purposeful in doing exactly what you said shea shift in language and shifting how we think about the work. They will also use that word to like, as opposed to labor. It would like your body is working uterus is working. It's doing the work it was designed to do and again, for me that was so helpful because everytime, one hit, I would be on work. And when I have a relaxation time, I see even more because I honestly like felt proud of myself like I was like we'll legit. Good. Now I'm arrest. It was able to better prepare me for the next, you know, search. So were you were you considering Bradley method because Mike was gonna play the role of birth partner? Yes. Yes. So he definitely was going to be my birth partner or didn't have Dula for the second birth y'all. We didn't end part of the reason why didn't is because when you choose to have a home birth with Earthcare, the midwives that I saw they require us to have a birth assistant. And I know that they say, very openly bipper assistance to not take the place over Juha. But I know that the Berk assistant, I chose honestly was like a straight of g and I was like this lady's about to be. Why? Because she actually is a midwife. She she is a midwife and she, she serves the midwife ends a Dula depending on what the birthing couple needs. And so, I knew I was going with birth here, and I was like, gaudy, I want you to be my birth assistant, and I and I know that experience end awfulness at Claudia guts. I was like, I think, of course, it was my second baby. So I just felt like better equipped. S-. Yeah. That's what led us to make that decision. When we so.