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"david army" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

Frequencia Urbana Podcast

08:01 min | 3 months ago

"david army" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

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"david army" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:41 min | 8 months ago

"david army" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"The South Lawn of the White House on an entirely different issue, red and blue pickups, a crane and massive weights to symbolize government regulations also unfounded. Dire predictions of what will happen if he loses reelection, people have worked all their lives to get into a community. And now they're going to watch it. Go to hell, NOT GONNA! Happen while I'm here. The president made no mention whatsoever of the alarming increase in corona virus cases something he has rarely talked about for weeks today. Larry Hogan the Republican governor of Maryland and the head of the national, Governor's Association offer a blistering critique writing in the Washington Post quote, instead of listening to his own public health experts, the president was talking and tweeting like a man more concerned about boosting the stock market or his reelection plans. This is revisionist history by Governor Hogan. The president is also faced blowback for his administration's attacks on Dr Anthony. FAUCI I have concluded that he is like. The man who refuses to ask for directions. All of the answers are there. The scientists have the answers. Presidents attacks, not just against Saudi, but on Sunday he re tweeted former game show host, chuck woolery, who said doctors and the CDC were quote lying woolery today revealed his own son has been diagnosed with covert nineteen, and he deleted his twitter account, and now at the White House damage. Control officials are insisting Dr Doughty remains an important advisor vice president, pence, posting a picture of. Of Him at a Task Force meeting and today the president talked over the phone to Dr Fauci their first conversation in weeks, but doubts about the president's handling of the virus are hurting him politically. A new poll shows him trailing Joe Biden by fifteen points all right, so let's get right back to John again with us tonight and joined the president obviously well aware of those polls. He's now shaking up his campaign replacing his campaign manager. Rad PARSE COW is out bill Stepien who has been a trump political adviser since the last campaign is the new campaign manager and the president signaled he will also step up his political activity in the coming weeks. He said that he would quote. Have many exciting things to announce over the next eight weeks. He listed some of them. Some areas anyway, education immigration, regulations but David, no mention whatsoever of Covid, nineteen or of public health, all right John Carlton thanks John The US. Navy is finally put out that fire that burned for four days in a worship in San Diego overnight fire crews. We're actually forced to briefly. Briefly evacuate after the ship began to list further to its side from all the water, being pumped in the navy continues to investigate how the fire started, and whether the badly damaged ship can be saved if so, it could cost billions. We're GONNA turn now to the investigation into the gruesome death of an army paratrooper from Fort Bragg. He disappeared during a memorial day camping trip with fellow soldiers on the Outer Banks, his dismembered body washing days later, and the key detail has family wants investigators to know tonight and news. This evening at the army is now offering a twenty five thousand dollar reward. Here's Ariel Russia F-. Tonight weeks after his brutal killing the grief, stricken family of slain army paratrooper and regain Ramon Martinez, demanding answers. It was so cruel what they did to him like. Why did they have to do that to him? The twenty one year old mysteriously vanishing from a Memorial Day weekend camping trip with fellow Fort Bragg soldiers near South. Core Banks North Carolina. Saw Him, so we all went to bed. Make a at twelve. Oh three! In that time he softens the Army Sang Roman Martinez was last seen may twenty second, wearing just blue shorts, his friends reporting him missing about nineteen hours later, his phone and Wallet Left at the campsite a week later, his dismembered remains discovered washed up. His death ruled a homicide. His sister says something just doesn't add up. Brother can't seem out his glasses so for him to walk out in the middle of the night without his glasses. It's not likely the commanding general for the eighty. Second Airborne Division saying his unit is in mourning writing. We will not stop in our pursuit to bring those responsible to justice. And David Army investigators are offering twenty five thousand dollar reward for any information that leads to an apprehension and conviction in this case David. Tonight Ariel thank you. If you like getting the story behind the story.

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"david army" Discussed on Indian Noir

Indian Noir

04:09 min | 8 months ago

"david army" Discussed on Indian Noir

"Urged her failings of shield maidens to hold firm as the Denver Cavalry charged them at full speed. She could see the lengthy line of sheets to her left enter right forming an impenetrable wall. Defend off the first attempt by their enemies to shatter there will. She also shouted words of encouragement to archers to focus their attention on the imminent task. NAGAS hardship Ilian half human creatures, writing mutant horses covered in Boynton plus Jones and cancerous tumors. He snarled as they waved their weapons in the air. They will cream tunics on the copper colored scale. Then adornments add to the sense of dread developed in the heart of their enemies, s Tundras, roofs of their steeds tore apart the silence of the night. murderously fast approach was akin to the quick seventeen movement of deadly snake. Commanded an office to rain death on the NOGGIN writers when they were in range of their bows. Arrows found homes in the heads and torsos of hundreds of Nagase and their steeds. And the booed crumpled to the floor painfully. They were then won over by fellow riders. Sometimes the down Nagas brought down their comrades. Who wrote right behind them? The site of the Feld enemies pleased rare. Again shred shouted. Moonlight Lind the muscular. Of the upset archers, as they drew their boss, and unleashed more debt into the center of the battlefield. The Naga Cavalry which survived the opening bullies of Arrow tax smashed into the failings of upset or shields with mixed results. Some found themselves at the thrusting end of spears. Some steeds broke the legs against the ball of metal and booed and the naming animals through the writers onto the ground. Where they've brutalized with the frenzy, this hold old of blades and spear tips. Some, Naga riders broke through the deadly barrier. They've trampled upset her. She'll maidens and sore barriers, and hacked their heads clean from their shoulders, as they waited deeper into the forward ranks of the David Army. A select group of Nagas had dilan ability to spray poison from their saliva glands. The hissed as they sprayed toxic venom into the eyes of their. And Yorkshire attackers. Some Davis soldiers were lucky to escape the deadliest pray as the battle Helms buffered them against it. Others were blinded instantly as the acidic fluid burned into that is. The last thing they saw before being blinded, was the kneeling forms of Nagas their Lipton's now scaly skin, toxic fangs, and they're yellow eyes with slit pupils, which moved madly about in their sockets with kill lust. The NAGAS who had successfully pulled off these blinding attacks chop that the heads of their screaming enemies with Glee. Bath. The Donovan Cavalry was feeling invincible when the giant mazes of Yuck chess oranges smashed into them, and through them their steeds into the deadly arms of upset assault bearers and shield maidens..

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"david army" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

07:51 min | 10 months ago

"david army" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"We opened today with David. Mourning the death of Absalom as far as we know he doesn't have any idea how absolute died or that Joab had anything to do with it but Joab knows and it seems like. He's filling a lot of guilt over David's grief and his own rebellion against David's orders to protect absalom rebukes David for not being more grateful over their victory and for leading the death of his enemy. Weigh him down even though it was his son. David responds in the way joab suggests putting a stop to his grief and going home to Jerusalem to appear before the people but it seems like David might harbor some resentment for jobs harsh words whether he was right or not. The people of Israel aren't really sure what to do with David Now. Should they still regard him as king? There are two primary responses and they're divided along tribal lines Judah David's tribe and then the rest of Israel interestingly the ones who are hesitating the most about reinstating Davis King or his own people Judah as he's attempting to convince the leaders of Judah to reinstate him. David does something unexpected. He replaces Joab the commander of his army with a Masa. Who was the commander of ABSALOM'S ARMY? Approximately twenty four hours earlier. Some people believed this was because Joab had disobeyed David's command not to harm epsom but we have no evidence that David even knew about that. It seems more likely that this choice is motivated either by David's bitterness over jobs rebuke or David's attempt to get the tribe of Judah back on his side regardless David's plan works and judy gets on board and reinstates him as king. But you can imagine this whole thing probably feels like a slap in the face to Joab even though he sticks by David the first thing they've had does once he's re King aside is pardon a bunch of his enemies. Shimmy I the one who'd been hurling curses at him as he fled. Jerusalem comes groveling before him because cursing. The king is punishable by death. But David pardons him and makes an oath that he won't kill him then. Mafia bishoff approaches David and he has an entirely different version of the story than the one we heard from his servants. Zeba back when he brought David the donkey's and Chapter Sixteen. According to methods chef's version. He did not try to take the kingdom back from David and David seems to believe him. David has already given Zeba. All that belonged to my chef but now he offers to split things up fifty fifty so he can honor his commitment to both men even though at least one of them is clearly lying. David also makes a generous offer to Barzilai the Gilead. Iit WHO is one of the three men who brought him food and provisions when he was in exile but Barzilai is like. I'm old. Don't waste your time pampering me but I know someone else who'd be happy to go instead and David agrees to take the man who is probably Barzilai son back to Jerusalem with him. David Resumes Business as usual. But they're still a division between Judah and the rest of Israel however the tables have turned. Now Judah is backing David and the rest of Israel is against him Benjamin named Sheba decides to rally following and remember the Benjamin. It's our Sol's people and they think that the king should still be Benjamin not someone from the tribe of Judah like David Sheba makes a call for the military men of Israel to leave David's Army. And they do uh-huh David realizes. This is a problem so he calls on his brand new military. Commander Masa the One who replaced. Joab and tells him to get their army ready to attack in three days but a Masa procrastinates so David Carlson the second-string including Joab the former commander awkward when a massive finally shows up on the scene. Joel pretends to greet him but bakes him out and stabs him instead. Joab LOVES TO STAB PEOPLE. You Stabbed Abner and Absalom now. Masa if your name starts with an A. All I'm saying is steer clear of Joab with a Masa dead. Joab picks up where he left off as commander of David's army and he goes after Shiba and his crew when they get to the city of able they besiege it because she bit is inside. Joab is ready to destroy the whole town but a wise woman who describes herself as peaceable and faithful comes to reason with joab. She basically says look. There's no reason to kill us. All our town has a rich history of glorifying. God just tell us what you want. Joab says they're just there for Sheba so the woman says don't worry I got you. We'll toss his head over the wall. Just Gimme a SEC. She is repeatedly praised for her wisdom. In this passage. Then here comes. Sheba's head over the wall just like she promised. She saved an entire city and jobs. Army goes back home. Having eliminated the most recent threat to David's kingship. Chapter Twenty one tells us about a three year famine in the land. When David asked got about it God says that Saul had committed some sin that had to be dealt with. If I were David would probably be like Saul is dead and I'm not saw. Why am I being punished for what he did? I didn't particularly like him either. Remember but David is far more humble than I am recognizes that he has inherited not only the kingdom but the consequences of the previous King's decisions. The problem was Saul had killed some nights after to spare them so David asks the giving nights how he can make it right and they say they want to kill seven of Saul's descendants to make things even David doesn't seem to consult God on the matter but he probably weighs his options and decides. It's better for seven people to die than for many more people to die from the famine. God never endorses. David's response and in fact the famine continues even after the seven or killed and it doesn't cease until their bodies are buried which some commentators believe was a sign. That God was displeased with David's choice. Here today's reading INS with a few battles of the Philistines being recounted from various times in Israel's history all of which have Israel as victorious over their enemies. What was your God shot? Today I was reminded of how seriously God takes in the land of Israel was suffering because Saul had broken a promise to the Gilead. I`ts this happened a long time ago but God cares about justice and he brought famine to catch David's attention so that he would address the situation and make things right. It comforts me to know that God doesn't forget it comforts me to know that he can be trusted to handle those things. It frees me up not to take matters into my own hands. It frees me up to pursue him instead of vengeance. It frees me up to love both him and my enemies. When I'm the one who has been wronged God can be trusted to handle it to work in the hearts of those who have wronged me on my behalf. And when I'm the one who has wronged others same thing is still true. He's going to work in me on their behalf. Our God is working to restore all things and that includes not just my story but also my heart. He's where the joy is. There are two things you can do today to help yourself out and two things you can do to help us out. Altogether they take about sixty seconds. If you want to help yourself out subscribe to this podcast and said it to download each day and if you want to help us out he'd love for you to give us a rating preferably five stars and a Quick Review. Okay full disclosure. All four of those things actually help us. So thank you in advance. We appreciate you. The Bible recap is brought to you by dealer discipleship and Bible study groups that meet in homes and churches around the world each week..

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"david army" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

Man Points! Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"david army" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

"Dichotomy. He's the only one who had to get department shop before. We're leaving the contents right. We can't let you man you gotta get this dog. We don't know true story to story in for you. Know were really no one person whose head had the rabies shot all right yeah yeah yeah that's true. Meatball sub chris witness distemper temp distemper shot that was when i accidentally called it yeah you seek the meatball sub and ops and i was sitting. Tom crap like what's wrong. Ah oh i dunno i gotta go dental took off broke. My two brooks comes over he goes. Where's chris and i'm like well. He was eating a meatball sub and i think he broke his his jaw and he comes back and we made that joke he goes. No i did. I broke my jaw. Somebody cover rocking tomato sauce or what a little piece of bone of the piece of bone in the meatball any ball and what happened was to my tooth stage strong it flexible that had joel sure your fucking jaw. Do nobody punches you square here the movie it'd be glass. That's me broke my toe yesterday and i'm like i can't wait osteoporosis man. I'm not kidding. You have to do it very careful to very slowly now. I did not know that and i think that's hilarious laureus. At least i'm not meghan markle. She's such a hard life. Oh god have you seen how hard her life is now. She's a royal. She's choose the duchess of windsor. God knows how horrible it is to have three kids. Her life is so hard. I guarantee you. I guarantee you. They don't like calving mixed. Who has three kids. I have five motherfucker three at home. Bullshit all the time half the time i am she it three kids this motherfucker and two boys the easiest people to raise the planet boys lord love duck. I raised three. Well wonder it's race in good for him. I got four. Um no no. They're all boys. <hes> once you get past to close ah telling you west to only two that i had to raise my kids on his own while his wife has deployed. That's rich like you never deployed right par to say that's a little different you bitching about having kids be stuck at home completely within n._f._l. When they were little because it's just all over the house like you did my we did before they don't remember that shit but we did hit their head heart on the brick. Remember when they wanna point i was still working and training teaching swick yeah. No you can't come over. Remember and frigging air comes brandon with this frigging diaper on at a gun shoved in it. Did you see any pictures because of my son gabe yeah yeah. He's a lot like your boys. I mean he's even holy shit. I just saw him in february. He looks totally different. They make it up quick except for david army training much younger still looks like a frigging fourteen year old david store he'll david young david's always hung over and i was like cigarettes in greece twenty one way yep wow more definitely pulled in canis out of the trunk. Oh he does his mom down last time she ran into down like free and literally lit- him aw right around the bag pass so you can't run around with that name tapan like that looking like i immediately unlike did you need a square is you're not the duchess of windsor. That'd be a hard line say cheese problem. Not this one yeah for real. Who as you did you guys hear about that. Seven year old boy in india having five hundred and twenty six teams moved what the audience stuff right you like shark boy no no it all in his mouth a seven-year-old boy it's india surprise me overwhelming a permanent smile closes lips tablet chocolate right under his nose and shit terrible they get well.

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"david army" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:17 min | 1 year ago

"david army" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Split as the Lord there is a pattern of failure in second. Samuel chapter eleven it's a progressive pattern of sin and cover up. And that's what the criminal does anyone who gets into criminal arrogance always tries to cover it up. And they usually do it myself justification this, what does Vegas justifies why it's okay to steal from people eras justifies. Why? It's okay to be deceptive airing justifies why you don't have to admit your guilt, and there's a pattern of cover of even in David's life. It starts in second Samuel chapter eleven verse one and I'll read it to you. And it came to pass after the year was ended at the time when kings, go forth to battle. Did you hear that the time when kings go forth tobacco that David sent Joab David didn't go David Wilson that the battle, he sent Joab his servant with him and all of Israel, and they destroyed, they sent Joab and his servants within that's soldiers and all of Israel, and they destroyed the children of Ammon and besiege rabbi? But David Terry still at Jerusalem. Now, here's some principals to remember, this is the first sin in this pattern of cover up. David was out of the geographical will have gone by remaining behind for Zion and not going to battle with Joe app. He got out of the geographical will of God. Yes principle, too. You definitely can't stand by getting out of God's geographical will. And maybe you say you've never heard of that before. Well, there are three point three principal three. There are three categories of the will of God, I'll give it to you under ABC, number one, the directive will of God, that's point A. And that's that God won't you stay in fellowship. God wants you to grow in grace. The bible says studied to show themselves approved unto God workman that needed not to be ashamed rightly dividing the word of truth. The bible says studied to show, the so approved undergone a workman at need, if not be ashamed. You hear that twice? Another verse grow integration, the knowledge of our Lord and savior. Jesus christ. It is God's directive will that you stay in fellowship with him by using problem solving device. Number one rebound and that you grow in the grace and knowledge via Lord and savior. Jesus christ. Now be the three categories of the Willard, God. A the directive will have gone be that permissive. Will of God, and that's you. When you get in Karnali that you when you commit sending your life and you fail the confess the sin God will allow you to get into Karnali, if you want to do, so you have free will you have a vote listen. You can choose to send no one manipulates, you know, one causes you forces you, anything, you commit you choose to San and number three or ABC the overruling well have gone, and this is a wonderful thing. This is where God Walla fire will protect you. It's a wonderful thing to know that we have that protection that, that overruling, we'll have got keeps us alive and the devils world, the devil is a murderer. He's a killer and he would like to take you out and take me out. Because we re present Jesus Christ to our friends. And doesn't want them. However, we have ministering spirits are quote, we call guardian angels at guards and take care of us. Protect us and I bet you can think of a few times near life, you should have checked out by something stupid you did. But you're still here God over Rune, and he kept you here. So they three checkpoints in the will of God, which are critical to you and me, they keep our life, on course, and they keep from sliding into arrogance Seth justification. Now. I wanna give you three checkpoints. Listen carefully. The geographical will of God is the first checkpoint. That means where does he want me to be? There is definitely a place where God won't you to be. There is a place for you to serve. I think this has to do a lot with a local church. Thank god. Won't you in a local church under the ministry of a well qualified pastor? If you don't have one in your area that doesn't mean you can't sit under. A pastor. You can do what I do you can order tapes, you can order DVD's, you can order material and studying home until God shows, you where to go, but the geographical will have gone, where does he want me to be indicates that there's a Pacific place. God wants you to serve him. One specific place. He wants you to be. I've seen people pack up and move to a new location so they can get face to face. Teaching from the word of God, I can name, a lot of people that did that they heard a well-qualified pastor. They thought his minister is fantastic, and they moved to his town, so they could go to his church and be part of his congregation that's called pudding priority, number one. So the geographical willow have gone, where does he want me to be number two? The viewpoint will have God is another checkpoint, and this isn't mean what does God won't means a think now David was out of the geographical will of God, and he definitely wasn't thinking view. Point willow. God, you'll see that in just a minute. But then there's the operation will of God another checkpoint to keep your life, on course. And that is, what does he want me to do today, are even with the rest of my life, and I can say simply he wants you to grow and use your spiritual gift and serve him and reap present Jesus Christ. This guidance is provided through scripture, that's how God guys you so you know what his will is his guide you through scripture, and you must act upon it with faith perception faith perception is an amazing thing recently. My own pastors have been teaching on this subject of faith perception. Not noting that the disciples prior to the crucifixion and the resurrection had not faith perception. They had impeccable data. They watched Christ. They talked to Christ were with Christ. It could see him, but anything I'm going to leave, I'm not. Going to be here anymore and you're going to have to operate by faith now and I'll send the Holy Spirit and he'll help you do that. And the Holy Spirit did come to the disciples. They did off right by faith. And you and I read what those disciples wrote we read the canon of scripture, we read the bible, and we operate by faith on faith perception. We believe it, and we act on it. We don't have empirical data. We haven't talked face to face with Christ. We haven't talked face to face with the disciples with the apostles and yet bath faith. We believe what they wrote. So this guy for us is provided scripture, and by means of face perception, that so we will know the operational will have got now David knew better than the lag behind. He knew better. And this is a principle. You need to remember, Satan will take advantage of your lack of obedience if he sees you. You stepping out of the will of God. That's a prime opportunity for Satan to distract you and defeat you so listen to how he did it today. This is a man after God's own heart. This is the man defeated half on the battlefield when he was just a kid. Second Samuel eleven to and it came to pass in the evening. I guess he'd been taking an afternoon nap or something that he of the day it came to pass in the evening. David arose from his bed, and he walked across his roof, walked upon, the roof of his house, and from the roof. He saw a woman, washing herself as second Samuel eleven to, and he saw a woman, washing herself. And the woman was very beautiful to look upon don't know if you're gonna call David peeping Tom what's going on here? I don't quite understand all of that. But I mean it's not a sad to say, somebody expose. Itself as a send a stair lust, obviously, he was taken by the moment he was being tempted in the wrong place. And he faced unnecessary temptation. Sometimes, you'll be exposed to things that doesn't mean that you that you give into those things you may see them and turn away and say, no, I'm not going by into that. He shoulda turned away. He should have given her privacy. He should've said, oh, my gosh. I, I don't need to look at that they should said, lady put some clothes on or whatever. But he didn't. He was in the wrong place. And he faced unnecessary temptation, this tells us something about Satan. Satan new David's weakness. He knew David had a weakness of the flesh. We all have less patterns. We all have a weakness you do. And do some people are have sex less like David did hear some people have powerless like many politicians do today, some people have less for money, less for drugs, less for alcohol, it comes at a lot of different forms, but you can bet this, the bible tells you put on the full armor of God. So you can stand against the strategy of the devil. He knows your patterns. He knows your temptations. He knows your weaknesses. And if you have a less pattern, and you get out of the will, of God, this is what he will use to manipulate you. So David strength is now going to be neutralized by him being in Karnali. That's the nature less pattern at work. It will neutralize you. It will make you week. It'll take you out. Plan of God. And you've got us in nature. You got it from Adam has why the bible says the flesh wars against the spirit the spirit wars against the flesh that contrary when the other as a believer in Jesus Christ, you decide who's going to control your life, either you're going to let God's Holy Spirit. Take control. Are you going? Let your send nature, take control. Both are important because if you allow the second nature to control, and Satan will be able to manipulate you to not present Jesus Christ to shut you up to counter, God's plan and to put you in the battlefield as a casualty the fact that David followed up on his lust the fact that he inquired about this woman is an indication of his own personal failure. He was already out of the will of God, he was already not at the battle Joab. Where should have been. He was already laying back at the castle. And this woman was bashed, Sheba the daughter of helium, and the wife of your eye of the Hittite. You may say who was Araya. He was a process prostate prostate is noted as a gentile who converted to Judaism, and your is name in God is my light more than likely. He was a Judy press alight. And so he was in David's army fighting for David, but he was a Hittite by nature. But he was trustworthy. Very honorable servant of David, this leads us to ask a question. Does God find you trustworthy, and does God find you honorable I know we all violate guts trust. Sometime. We all mess up. We all sin and God's always faithful to you to forgive us. If we use rebound, where the bible says, if we confess our San he's faithful injustice forgiveness, but overall and your fidelity can God trust. You does he trust you trust you to.

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"david army" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"david army" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Prince bitterness is a potent force in our world. Valid good force. It's a sinister force a force breaks up human relationships force that fractures family and we wanna talk about bitterness today, because we're going back to the study of the life of David. And as we do, we're going to find that bitterness entered into the life of one of his children, and wrecked havoc on his whole family bitterness doesn't grow in vacuum. There are certain things that act like miracle grow for bitterness, and we want to talk about what these things are because some of you have experienced some of these things, and then we wanna talk about, how do you keep from allowing those things to make you into a bitter person a little bit background because we haven't done this for a while. So let's make sure we're all together. He remembered David was a young shepherd boy, and he grew up to become king of Israel. He took Israel, and he expanded the borders of Israel to the largest limit that they'd ever had. Had. But at the scene of, of his power, he committed adultery with bash Sheba, and yes, God forgave him. But God also informed him there would be some consequences because of what he had done, and one of those consequences was that there would be turmoil constantly in his family until the day. He died now. That turmoil didn't take long start. It wasn't long after this at one of his sons fella named Amnon raped one of his daughters. Amnon half. Sister, gown taymor and taymor was so devastated by this that she had what we would call today. Nervous breakdown her real brother, her full brother, absolute waited for two years. For David do something David did nothing finally absolute took matters in his own hands. He murdered the rapist his half-brother Amnon, and then fled into exile for three years now. That's where we pick up the story here in chapter fourteen. So let's look first one now Joab, who was the commanding. David armies, Joe, a new that the king's heart long for absolute Joab, realized David really missed his son absolute but for some reason, David couldn't seem to do what it took to get him back. So Joab devise a very clever plot to get David to make the decision to bring absolute back. You can read about it and versus two to twenty we're not going to read it, but it worked verse twenty one so the king said, to have very well, I will do it go and bring the young man absolute back verse twenty three so Joab win any brought absolute back to Jerusalem. But the king said, he absolutely must go down to his own house. He must not see my face. So absolute went to his own house, and did not see the face of the Kingston along why in world after the kids been gone three years, what his dad when he comes back to town refuse to see his own son, go, no no idea. I can tell you, it was a bad decision was a bad decision because these two men. That's things he needed to work on. They had some issues they needed to deal with so David on just wanna talk to. Well, that went on for another couple of years, I twenty eight and absolute lift two years in Jerusalem, without seeing the king's face, and then I'm starting to get upset. So he called Joe f Joab wouldn't come see him absolute Semper Joab. Second time Joe. I wouldn't come second time so absolute sent his men out and set. Joab fields on fire absolutes, call the third time's joy, I wanna see Joab showed up. So what are you crazy set my feels on far like that? Are you nuts? What's wrong with you said? Hey man absolute says you'll have I called you twice. And all I got was call waiting you understand. And I didn't like it, and you're going to come see me, and I wanna see my father, so absolute went to see his dad verse thirty three Joab convinced the kingdom invite him in, and it says, verse thirty three absolute came in and bowed down with his face to the ground before the king, and the king kissed. Absolute say that's good. Right. Well, that's good. Yeah. But it's kind of too little too late. I'm afraid I mean, the bible says that there was no discussion. They didn't sit down. They didn't walk through things. They didn't talk to things it was just a hug in a kiss, and that was it. You haven't seen your son in five years. Your son is murdered. Another brother, his all this has gone on after five years. You gave him a hug, and kissing a Pat on the fanny and go. Good to have you back, son. I don't think so. And as a result, to anger, in the bitterness the hatred that absolute must feeling finally boiled over. That was that was the last straw into ugly. Reality, look what he did after fifteen and in the course of time absolute provided himself with a chariot and horses and fifty men to run ahead of him, and he would get up early in stand by the side of the road, leading to the city gate, friends, in ancient Israel. There were no billboards no radio ads TV spots. If you were an aspiring politician, there were only two ways to as that you could campaign the first way, is that you? Hired runners you hired heralds who would run in front of you everywhere. You went and shout out wonderful things about you. Here comes absolute he's for tax cuts. He's for better education. Absolute feels your pain. Absolute absolute. He's our man. If he can't do it. Nobody can absolutely fifty of these guys to run around in front of you. You went to the city game, and that's where you press the flesh. And that's where you kissed the babies because the city gate in those days was kind of a combination of city hall in the town mall, all rolled into one. And so the bible says everyday absolute began going to the city gate and look what he did there, the middle verse two and whenever anybody would come with a complaint, he would say to them verse three he'd say, look your claims valid improper, but there's no Representative of the king here to hear you. If only I were appointed judge in the land, then everyone who had a complaint or a case could come to me, and I would see to it that they get Justice. And whenever anyone would approach him and without kissing, his the king's son, he would go no-no, and he would homeboy himself in bow down before them. And look what it says at the end of her. Six and by doing this. He stole the hearts of the men of Israel away from his dad from his Dan. And at the end of four years of doing this, absolute I handset secret messengers throughout all the kingdom and said when you hear that the trumpet has been blown for me in the city of Hebron, I want everybody to rise up and shout out absolutes. Now, the king, absolute now, the king, he said, well, wait a minute. Do I understand this? Right. This kid's going out and deliberately intentionally undermining his father's kingdom, trying to take over his dad's kingdom. Exactly right. That's disgusting. Well, you're exactly right to see a son betray. And Sella's dad out like this. If you're hearing your father, can you imagine having one of your children, do this to you? He said, we'll on what drives a son or daughter. What drives someone to do this to the very own father, one word bitterness bitterness? Absolute was a man consumed by bitterness and friends when bitterness gets in the driver's seat of a person's life that person becomes capable of doing anything no matter how heinous are awful. It might sound when bitterness takes over our life. We can do anything, then that's the end of the passage. But David leads us to ask the really important question you know this question, but you haven't done it for while. So everybody get ready, ready. Here we go. One two, three. Okay lawn. So what apps bitter. He's trying to overthrow his dad didn't have a thing to do with me. So what? Well, I think it has a lot to do with you and me. Because people haven't changed all that much. Today's David nap SEL friends absolute was a man where the root of bitterness had sprung up and God says, in the bible, see to it that no root of bitterness spring up in any of you for whenever it does many are damaged by its poison and we're going to see over the next couple of weeks. The poison that had sprung up in absolute through this bitterness is going to do exactly what God says it's going to damage all kinds of people not just absolutely not just David. But hundreds and hundreds of innocent people are going to lose their lives because of this bitter streak. And you know what? This is not a problem just for the ancient near east. It's a problem in modern world. We have bitter students walk into high schools and start blowing away fellow students, we have bitter. Employees walk into their place of employment and blow their boss and co workers away these things, existed, our modern world and people go off, like hydrogen gas in the world today. And that leads me to ask two questions as we close today. The first one is this, what are the forces that produced this kind of bitterness and people member? I said, earlier bitterness doesn't grow in a vacuum. So how did ask will get to be bitter like this? And if you're on the verge of being bitter, how'd you get to be the way you are, whether we're four things? David did that produced bitterness? David did all four of them wrong. Here's what they are number one injustice for two years. David did nothing to deal with his son who had raped his daughter now that was both on just and unfair. And you look around you will find that almost without exception bitterness always begins with someone feeling like something unjust unfair has been done. Something partial has been done that the rules have not been applied. Equally to everybody. That's where it always starts. Number two. There was poor communication, David ever. Call absolute in and ask him how he was feeling about this crime done to his sister. No. Did he ever call absolute men and give absolute chance to share his concerns? Give absolute a chance to ask him. Hey, dad. Why aren't you taking any action here? Did he ever call absolute in and ask absolute just to talk to him a little bit? So he could at least give absolute the feeling that his dad was even interested in what he was thinking. No. This is why God tells us in the bible, if you know that someone has something against you, you go be reconciled of that person, you go talk about it. You go open the pay ways communication because it's very hard, if not impossible for bitterness to happen, when people are talking and listening to one another from the heart. It's almost impossible. But David didn't do this. He stiff armed absolute third. There was real in show because David wasn't communicating with us on absolute David was clueless about how absolute was feeling because he didn't understand I was feeling he was incredibly insensitive. I'm sure there were days, and he was walking down the palace just just happy as a lark, and he comes absolutely other way. And he's like, hi, son. How are you beautiful day? God bless you an absolute walks by now. He's matter. Because his dad understand the fury that he's feeling about his brother. The dad doesn't understand the sense of violation that he's feeling for his sister. The dad doesn't understand the hurt that's going on inside of him, and now he's even madder because the man's completely insensitive fourth and.

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"david army" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"david army" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"david army" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

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10:09 min | 2 years ago

"david army" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Jimmy. Got it would be great. If he called like Mattis, Jim Jim marines. David army over here. Right name. Great names. Also, it's crazy that we actually had a guy in that job whose literal name was almost David army. It was it was. Would've worked out so well for that's amazing. Wolf carried out several picketing actions, which were basically protests in public areas where Rockwell in historic troopers would carry incredibly races signs, attacking the Jews or black people. They also published anti semitic pamphlets and books with titles like battle. Call fight on your feet with the world union of free enterprise, socialists, or live on your knees with the Jews. Great at titles. I mean battle calls a fine title. But that subtitle not click whatever stories ever told stories like this. And then there's like a title that has like the Jews. It there's always like implied. Like, you put a little stank on it. Like, it's always there. You can always feel it. You can even even just reading it. Just the way the rest of the Senate, right, right? Like how they how they they wrote. It like, I know how you're I know how you're hearing this word, right it. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. I know who you're saying in your hands, you typed it now it's important to note that wolf was not yet eight totally Nazi party least not explicitly that oath was a private. Okay. Okay. So yes, I mean like they weren't like by the way, we're not he's not yet super swirling around it. We're we're calling them to national socialist. But they were up to that point of voiding being super explicit about the Nazi thing. I mean, nationalism and socialism. Do in Rockwall did not consider himself a fascist. He said he wanted an authoritarian Republic, which is totally mashes them. No that may want to call themselves. Fash busy. Fascist. He said fascism got in the way of free enterprise. Now while Hitler had been a racial nationalist Rockwall sought to spread what he called international racism. He believed that millions of Americans and Europeans were quote, only a synapse away from discovering that they were national socialists and never knew it because they have never been allowed to know what national socialism is. Okay. Maybe he felt that most conservatives were really national, socialists. They were scared of the word itself because of all the bad press the Nazis received for some. Of bad. Rapid? Stir up controversy. Can't stop attacking us for a couple of more than ten million dead in death cares. A couple of more than ten million twenty million killed on the Russian front. It's just you know, bias in the media you kill thirty or forty or fifty million people and. Now Rockwell knew that his first step towards making national socialism palatable to the general public was to convince them that the holocaust wasn't real. This was revolutionary at the time. There was no such thing as organized holocaust denial in nineteen fifty nine it did not exist. Tens of thousands of Americans had seen the death camps for themselves in person. Everyone had watched the newsreel footage from camps liberated by the American army is that was like one of the things is an hour had done as soon as we like, oh, everybody's seeing like this has like the world this real thing using. Yeah. Yeah. So that people don't do it Ruggles about two fifty nine. T nine. There are thirty year old holocaust. To start like. Old holocaust survivors. Yeah. Yeah. So in order to accomplish his goals, George Lincoln Rockwell, head to invent the idea of holocaust denial. Here's how for racing nation ascribes that process. Stab a holocaust was a hoax. The Rockwell fabricated. A story for a CD mints pulp magazine called, sir. That explanation point. The story quote by a former corporal in the SS as told to Master Sergeant Liu core, which is Rockwell spelled backwards phonetically related how Nazis conducted vivisection on Jewish concentration camp inmates. The article was accepted and Rockwood received seventy five dollars payment when it was published the editors used concentration camp photos alongside his story to enhance its appeal to Rockwell's way of thinking since the publisher had used bogus photos for a bogus story. The holocaust must be Jewish. Fabrication Rockwell was to use the magazine article is proof of a holocaust hoax for the rest of his life hate. Yeah. There's what what do you say that? He invented holocaust by like pretending to like fake, if I a fake story real stuff that that's he's cut up Jewish prisoners in the holocaust, right? Some of the doctors. Did it mitt it later? He just wrote a fake article article that could be like debunked to be like see they're lying about the thing that as act. Oh my God. What and he got paid seventy five bucks paid seventy five bucks. Wow. What a you could argue that modern holocaust deniers. I mean, they're bad people. But maybe they're just maybe they believe what they're saying this that what's so evil about it. He knows that he got in World War Two. Yeah. Right. Like like doing that in the late fifties. Because then yeah, you have people now who are like, oh, it's been licensed the years later after this conspiracy theory even started. So it makes sense that you can fall down that rabbit hole and like get convinced you can talk to twenty five year olds with numbers on their arms right at this point. What a bad person. I'm sorry. I'm starting to mind by George really. On board for the first six pages of ending. Yeah. Yeah. This is too much. This would be the first great innovation in Rockwell's life as the most influential racist in American history. But it was not enough to save the terribly named Wiffens without the backing of their billionaire patron and without any kind of mass popularity whatsoever. Rockwall stream of national socialist party quickly fizzled out, but you have nineteen fifty nine he had only three troopers left in the lease was up on their headquarters Rockwell left, the United States Iceland, where his wife and kids at fled. Because it turns out they didn't like being with the guy who was trying to revitalize national socialism less than twenty years. And this is the second one. Yeah. Yeah. He arrived in Reykjavik his wife wanted nothing to do with him. The police escorted him from her home. He got shit house wasted and cried for a while. And then he decided that he must use the pain of his emotional loss to galvanize him into being an even greater fighter for the cause of white people who let me tell you. We're really hurting in nineteen Fifty-nine. He would later say that his wife leaving him had given him a quote, priceless. Armor of fearlessness. What doesn't kill us makes us stronger doesn't kill us makes us Nazis. Yeah. Sometimes George Lincoln rapport, turn to the United States with his new armor, fearlessness and began making the changes. He believed would be necessary to cause national socialism to catch fire in the American heartland. The first step he decided was to stop calling it national socialism, you might expect that this would be his first move towards embracing a more moderate label for his organization, but Rockwell actually went the opposite direction and started calling himself Nazi. We go. Yeah. Oh my gosh. History, teacher considerations were based entirely around. What would gain him the most public renown a bunch of men wearing swastikas calling themselves, Nazis and goosestepping around demonstrations would gain more notoriety than if you're weirdos ranting about national socialism in making this call Rockwell was consciously pulling inspiration from a passage in mind comp quote from Hitler, whether they laugh or swear it us, whether they present us his food stores criminals. The main thing is that they mentioned us that they occupy themselves with us again. And again, and that gradually in the eyes of the workers, we appear actually as that power with which alone one has to reckon at the time there it is. There's that. Oh, there's yet. Another just piece of the frustrating puzzle, which we all live, which we all like. Pat. Attention is good attention. I know currency, maybe currency a love Twitter. Maybe that's George Lincoln Rockwell would have dominated. Yes. Yeah. He would've probably eventually gotten band, and then use that to sort of push for he would've been screened shot his name trending and then posted it on Instagram trading. And that's good. No matter what I got. I get the joke. But I think he's smarter than that. I think he knowingly. I think you better. He would have been like fuck. I don't think he would have done in this day a thousand times better than Richard Spencer, Jake or anything. Failed. They're like dopes stumbled into what they are. This guy's like he's genius round. He's terrible. He's manages fucking stupid. But in October nineteen Fifty-nine George Lincoln Rockwell officially formed the American Nazi party with this action. He gave birth to the concept of neo-nazism so minute holocaust denial India, Nazism, within a year of each other Heidi Barack who tracks hate groups for the southern poverty Law Center said this in an interview with the WAM you radio, quote, he was the first person after World War Two in the knowledge of the holocaust became known in the horrors that had happened under Hitler's regime to take an overtly pro Hitler position. Really? He's responsible for creating neo-nazism in the United States. It's entirely possible that without Rockwell Nazism would be dead as a political concept at least in the United States. That is debatable. What isn't debatable is the foundational role Rockwell played in the concepts behind racist organizing in this country and worldwide on Christmas day, nineteen Fifty-nine a synagogue and Cologne. Germany was defaced with swastikas and anti semitic. Graffiti, this sparked a rash of attacks on synagogues across Europe Rockwell. Joyfully took credit for inspiring the violence. He added, quote, I deplore the avenue some of them have chose. I would not permit. My troopers to paint, swastikas on synagogues churches. It's not necessary. Here it is in Europe. Where there's no other way. You know, this is a terrible time for an ad. But pivoting. Pivoting. Your money. Jerry

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"david army" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

15:37 min | 2 years ago

"david army" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"And so he was very taken aback, and I have to say the press played extremely valuable role in this lame duck session. They asked extremely aggressive questions of FitzGerald and vase and set them back on their heels and press conferences time and time again and also the New York Times flew in and and they got some national attention. I think was extremely beneficial in making sure that some of the worst provisions that were proposed in nocco forward, including the gibbering the elections to help us court candidate that to me was the potentially the worst provisions that was out there. If I can add to I mean. Lots of people right showed up at the hearings to testify in voice their opinions as far as I could see. There was only one person who supported any of their proposals right during the lame duck. And they still went ahead write and pass the majority of them. So that shows you that they they're not really all that concern. Because there's all these money behind them. Right. But when people get discouraged about all this money being behind them. We should look at Tammy Baldwin Baldwin was an early target a fourteen million dollars and coke associated money. That is a lot of money to soften up to to try and damage your profile and trying to soften her up a year out. You know, some of this money was being spent by a coke brothers front group called concerned veterans of America. And and she packed up Gook Mirren center center on her way. And I have to say she did use a lot of our material and are lawsuits from previous years. We're going back to two thousand and thirteen about Lia Gook MIR hiding her Alec documents hiding her correspondence with lobbyists at Alec that showed that she was just taking anti Medicare bells and putting her name on them taking talking points from lobbyists and putting her name on them to sponsor Alec Bill. So Baldwin used the alad coke connection use the incoming coke money both to raise funds for herself at target her opponent and frame her opponent. And she did it very effectively. And it was it. It was a bellwether in my mind or an example of what other candidates can do when they come after you. And so, you know, pay attention was with Warren and Bernie Sanders and all these other people running for presidency. To that particular race. Yeah. Very interesting. My guest in the studio Mary retiree, you just told her and David army can they both researchers and writers full the center for media and democracy. One of the wonderful establishments that we have here in Madison. We also blessed to have such a community of a bogus eve organizations that do the job and do the job. Well, you're welcome to join the conversation. If you haven't called for the past seven days six so eight two five six two thousand and one you can also join on social media at war talk on Twitter and a public affair own Facebook. So David tell us about the coke support for Walker and Schimmel, and what did they get in return? Well, these last eight years of horror for the wrestling really where to start. So I mean, I think overall right. They got the loss or the legislature, right, which is allowed them to to push through a lot of coq friendly bills cook friendly legislation. And I think I think that that has been you know, sort of the main thing that they want it, right? Was to have a friendly ear, you know, in the state, you know, to to be able to, you know, get what they want when they need it. So but. I think in in other, you know, the main the other the other thing that comes to mind, of course, act ten right? Which thinking about, you know, the supreme court election, right? One of the supreme court candidates in April. Brian Haggadah worked with Walker and helped draft Aktan. Right. Thanks for mentioning. That's really important. Yes. Yeah. Yes. It's very important to to to keep this in mind as we as we are get bias, the the elections from November right and move into the next year. But you know, this, you know, decimated the public sector unions, right and has had a negative effect here. And also with the environment right now, a lot of the environmental regulations and the so-called reforming the DNR, right? Are things that are high up on the coke wishlist, right? Yeah. I just want to jump in and my favorite list of priorities because we really have done a lot of what they would ask. And we do know that Tim Phillips the head of Americans for prosperity talk to Walker early on before he was sworn in and encouraged him to get down to this type of agenda. So it's the attack on public sector workers at the attack on private sector workers. Wisconsin's right to work Bill which attacked the building trades and other trades was supported him back in the public sector after this quarter them and after Walker said he wasn't going to touch them along came a verbatim. Right-to-work bell right out of the Alec librarian bells the whole push against healthcare policy, the whole push not to expand Medicaid that comes right from the Alec wishlist. The attack on prevailing wage. I mean who's against higher wages? It's a very weird unusual agenda item. But we've attacked prevailing wage law. A number of times to roll back wages that's entirely an Alec model Bill, and then vouchers and other such things. I mean, it's just been it's it's been bizarre. It's not every single Bill. That's been passed hasn't been an Alec Bill, but there's just been a dramatic reversal in policies and an on the what is considered legitimate and justifiable policies. There wasn't a person in Wisconsin that was four that right to work law. In fact, there are three hundred or four hundred Republican Democratic firms construction firms builders tradesmen, h vac plumbing, people all these people who are against it. And they rolled that through. And this is said you mean talking about the corruption of our democracy, which we started off with. I mean, it's incredibly corrupt system. When you're, you know, just checking off a list of do's from your donor. So go ahead. And they got rid of the gab, right? The government accountability board, and and you know, so called reformed campaign finance laws the watch. A huge influence on my knee of which come from their others in their donor network. Right. Yeah. So I want to ask you Mary. I asked you that last time you will hear, and I've I've asked you to other guests to and nobody knows the answer. But maybe other better idea now a year or two later. When you think about all this agenda? Nothing. None of it really makes sense. Right. If you are an American and he want to thrive. This is all it does not make sense. So when you look at Trump doing all of these things. This big suspicion that he's doing it for putting the teas working for Russia to destroy the United States. I don't know if that's true. But you know, we'll waiting to heal about that. But when you look at the colts, I don't think they'll doing it will anyone I mean, they have so much money doing it for themselves. And you wonder why I mean what what do they have to gain from destroying the lives of millions of Americans? What do they have to gain film Americans? Not having health care the kids not have in the UK. Shame film, having a really polluted environment. Why are they doing it at a super good question? And so the the quote that I come back to over and over again is I think at two hundred two thousand and well. Well for thirteen quote from Tim Phillips ahead of Americans for prosperity, which is the coke funded biggest political operation, and he was asked by the New York Times the same question. So why don't you guys against ObamaCare like aren't in the insurance industry? Why do you care, and he said, and this isn't a direct quote, but just to paraphrase him he said, basically, this is all about climate change. Now that sounds like the strangest thing ever. Yes. Okay. That explains. What they want to tear down government tear down functioning government tear down the idea that government can do big things like, you know, cover twenty three million people successfully with healthcare, and we found out after the whole tea party movement and hall all the blowback against ObamaCare that almost every institution like these institutions like the sixty plus association, and all these institutions that were fighting all coke funded, and they want to weaken government and tear down the idea of government, a big government as being capable of solving big problems because they know more than we do that the climate crisis is upon us and that to solve the climate crisis. It's going to take a very big government that the government is going to have to come in and regulate the fossil fuel industry or Naomi Klein would say. Expropriate aspects of the fossil fuel industry, try and force the fossil industry fuel industry to keep it in the ground and make other giant systematic changes to the economy in addition to promoting fossil fuels in addition to promote. I mean, I'm sorry and demoting clean energy. And they're very wary of that. So the further evidence of this is that who is against renewable energy who is against electric cars who is against public transportation. For instance, the little trolleys, Milwaukee who campaigns against these things only the cokes. I mean, it's nutty. How far they go to keep to crack down on renewable energy to eliminate subsidies for renewable energy. They don't care that, you know, far Morris spent subsidising fossil fuels, but they'll try and damage renewable energy loss from state to state to state to get rid of them. It's really kinda you think I'm making this up. I'm not making this up, and they also have had Bill after Bill concerned about a clean cars and clean energy in Alec. So it's really it's real pretty nefarious programs have so what you're saying is that they just want to continue extracting, you know. Natural resources until there's nothing left. Even though the each of them is a multi billionaire, and really there's nothing they can't buy. It's not like they need another hundred million dollars to get the next yard or whatever it is that what you say the complete ideological extremists a Sanders. It kept saying they are very very dangerous people. And if you don't know where the bottom is and their race to the bottom. They're also Charles coca spoken against the minimum wage. He doesn't even think we need a minimum wage. So so all these bills a very large set of bills backed by the cokes to handicap and cripple the Democratic Party. And those are the anti union bills tight tort bills voter ID bills and other sort of voter suppression bills. So there's that voting political system manipulation. And then there's this, you know, agenda. Two. Two two tank any progress on fossil fuels and tank any big government progress would succeed and be popular like healthcare coverage. Yeah. Six oh. Eight two five six two thousand one. If you want to join the conversation, please don't wait until the last five minutes when we won't be able to take your call. So David with your research and lot Hugh have learned can you explain to me why people vote full Walker, and you know, I live. Alec can coke supported candidates when everything that they do really goes against the the voters self interests. I think Mary touched on this a bit, you know, and talking about the coax media strategy. In during campaigns. Right. So they're able to successfully target, you know, people with the knowledge of the data that they have on on voters, right? There are also working to suppress the vote, right? So that their candidates have a better chance of winning. But in terms of messaging, you know, I I don't really study broadly. Yeah. Sometimes I get really shocked when you know, certain people are elected. So you know, we wrote recently about the Alex state chair in Washington. A man by the name of match this man, you know, right before his reelection was investigated by the FBI. I'm not sure what the status Ed investigation right now. But for publishing white national Christian nationalist manifesto, which actually like, you know, had a sentence to kill people who would enjoy their revolution. Right. And he won. He won reelection. Yeah. So they're they're they're extremist right level. You know, but you know, why people in certain communities do this. I'm not sure, you know, I I live in Madison. Lucky? You Mary any thoughts about that. Well, part of it is the collapse the US media. I mean, it's there's been extreme collapse in in media and coverage of state governments and coverages. And so it takes a lot of time to connect the dots between a Bill and for for instance, a Bill a crazy builds been introducing your legislature in Alec model or the coke funding in history behind that out model or the Bradley foundation money and funding..

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"david army" Discussed on The Rell World

The Rell World

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"david army" Discussed on The Rell World

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"david army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"david army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"david army" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"david army" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show i welcome michael white house at johns hopkins who within these last months has taught it course on civil war the civil wars through the last two thousand years beginning with the roman civil war when ord very well because shakespeare wrote of it and so did caesar but the civil war that we're addressing right now is one i take from dav david army taj his book just republish in paperback civil wars it happens in the imagination before it is a fact on the battlefield it is a decision by the leadership and those who are in charge of the apparatus that they must overwhelm the opposition which looks exactly like them this is an argument between the leadership and the leadership no longer looking for what is called bipartisanship or nonpartisanship shipper working together know what we're looking for is to overwhelm the other side i see you see on television now routinely when it comes to this matter russia gate or most recently released the memo which is the republican side of russia gate the allegation that the president elected in 2016 is illegitimate is a stooge of an enemy power and that the republican party is defending an illegitimate president knowing full well that he is working with or was purchased by an enemy of the united states on the other hand the republicans are making an allegation equally fantastic but there it is that the previous administration corrupted law enforcement so much that the department of justice and the fbi are untrustworthy and probably probably dangerous at this point to the to the.

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"david army" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"david army" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Is that he loves mike shanahan and felt mike shanahan it stood up for bill during the spy gate stuff okay so he reaches out to kyle and says here want to train for jimmy garoppolo give us a second round pick okay deals done happens immediately and they said since then tom brady is seemed like he's liberated he is he is high on his body is brian hoyer whose his backup who is clearly not a friend obviously not threatened by brian warrior so this trade of jimmy garoppolo apparently was not a bill bella check is a genius move it was robert kraft the boss telling him you're trading jimmy applejack distributors i always felt if this is all true i always felt that bill never want to trigger apple it was obvious heating water monetary jimmy go i mean you could see that he didn't wanna do that so obviously that's the case here but he had to appease the owner because tommy tommy bay hami david army yes exactly had to have these you'll have to be called get forgotten space i mean joe while he didn't even knaven patriot of the week or xlear i feel bad how does a guy i mean and again i i all know because on now you know absolutely night that caliber of whatever i do okay i don't look at myself in any way shape or form an it is way but he's a guide it's probably the greatest quarterback of all time the guy has one more super or anybody the guy's wants to more super bowl mvp's and anybody the guys pit the more super bowls theory quarterback or at a serious and and this is this guys bothered that he wasn't pay treated week bother jimmy garoppolo was eventually going to take a job some way down the road i mean really i guess everybody no matter how big asare they are how great they are has this insecurity inside of them it's just a matter of how a comes out everybody in a way has a little bit of insecurity a years and i think it started to come out this here for whatever reason maybe it started from the guerrero split with bill uh but it started tacoma narrows no longer with the team going around with the team but like those dealing with light brady still russia there are some players like rodman caskey can go there.

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"david army" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"david army" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The fear of the term civil war i now understand why some wanted to call called war between the state its other wanted to call it others wanted to call it the rebellion and it wasn't until nineteen o7 you write that congress formally called the civil war because of their associations with the horror of the roman times and also because i guess it risks destroying the state if your knowledge of civil war it's possible that you could be torn and a torn apart and that would have always preyed upon their minds in washington and eighteen 63 adulthood worry that if you call it a civil war level of key it of having the dignity hold between legitimate competent between sovereigns all day that legitimises the other side so with paradoxical sense and it continues to this day that talking about a conflict as a civil war raises uh those who also gloating foundations political priority to the level old uh full enemy combatants so it's it's noticeable for instance but uh even those you quoted uh abraham lincoln the pool famously talked about this great civil war in the gettysburg address in his own lighting speeches and correspondents during the civil war who hutu rebellion six times more often than he uses the term civil war precisely could be legitimate to kelso on twounder cop any semblance willpower to from looking federal c on i think that's very important move so one later in the 19th century the uh the federal government produces the official history of the conflict play cole at the wall of the rebellion not a civil war so that moment too much congress decides to call it civil war of rebellion is a wall to wall nuts resisted intact by uh sultan congressman who still want to call of the wall between the states of dignified both sides who it play well international play of um play will both uh nations of their own countries with their own dissolving the dignity of nations uh something a little cool swiftly union always resist the rebel from the implied by surgeons insurrectionary rebel now we come to the 20th and the 21st century david army taj his book civil wars a history an ideas if he thinks civil wars going to.

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"david army" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"david army" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Way that you can download and you can read a daily devotional and i typically wake up in the morning get the dog walked in a cup of coffee nra through my devotional and i wanna read this to you very quickly because it's spoke to me in a in a political sense as well and it goes like this and this is uh from the church of the highlands dated july eleven of this year david's army was awesome some of his men were amber dexterous so skilled and versatile that they could shoot arrows were swing johnstone's with either hand one was so powerful that he snatched disppear from an egyptian who was seven and a half feet tall and killed him with his own spear others were expert with both shield and spear as fierce as lion's at a swift as dear when the mountains the common thread running through out david's army was courage not no one was fearful hesitant or puny all were talented resolute and aggressive they work we're precision totally destroying the enemies of god within awesome unity of spirit paul to showed courage he was so brave that is simply shook off the snake into the fire and was unharmed the islanders kept waiting for him to collapse but he just kept right ongoing the day of weak and cowardly soldiers is over the world is watching your courage in adversity quit taking your spiritual temperature all the time in step into your mighty position in god you are his awesome army when i read that and i got down to the last wide or says quit taking your spiritual temperature all the time the.

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"david army" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"david army" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Balanced report or the truth i wanna read something tell ya if you don't mind megan the the church that i attend here in birmingham as an app for iphone by the way that you can download and you can read a daily devotional and i typically wake up in the morning get the dog walked in a cup of coffee nra through my devotional and i wanna read this to you very quickly because it spoke to me in a in a political sense as well and it goes like this and this is from the church of the highlands dated july eleven of this year david's army was awesome some of his men were ambidextrous so skilled and versatile that they could shoot arrows or sling stones with either hand one was so powerful that he snatched disppear from an egyptian who was seven and a half feet tall and killed him with his own spear others were expert with both shield and spear as fierce as lion's in a swift as dear when the mountains the common thread running through out david's army was courage not one was fearful hesitant or puny all were talented resolute and aggressive they work we're precision totally destroy in the enemies of god or that awesome unity of spirit paul to showed courage he was so brave that is simply shook off the snake into the fire and was unharmed the islanders kept waiting for him to collapse but he just kept right ongoing the day of weak and cowardly soldiers is over the world is watching your courage in adversity quit taking your spiritual temperature all the.

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