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05:36 min | 11 months ago

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"This preach getting a seat at the table getting black faces in high spaces. And i think that episode you guys had with dr. Cbs about You know it wasn't titled the black bourgeoisie. But he was telling what. Yeah that's what that's what it was. I couldn't remember the exact name. But i think that one kind of talked about a lot of that where the people like You know the best way are to advances to play the game and get good at playing the game and everything i think. That's kind. The town of surrender crowd and that's one way of giving up in. It's more obvious. But i think there are. Some people who their way of giving up is to act like they're not giving up and to talk real radical and to talk really Anti simulation and anti integration and and pro black but the pro black this is so over the top and unsustainable that it's really a way to give up in disguise because we will end up arguing and talking and posturing all day long but it feels like you're doing something because you're talking and where i really saw this was on the app clubhouse you guys know what the labat's is or if you've ever seen it sounds was was unfortunately i do with thankfully i have an android so i can't participate. Okay yeah i mean on that thing. When i first got on it and You know jared ball occasion even done stuff on it..

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"dr cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

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03:07 min | 1 year ago

"dr cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"Even a black bank but this is simply is fantastic. All right and of course jerry. Balls admitted propaganda in power goes into this And in even robert allen's awakening capitalist america. There are many many critiques of this idea. Black capitalism is bullshit. It was something that is sort of Is a is a fantastic idea. That soul to black people opt to reproduce the system and to give this idea that capitalism is for us when it was not too long ago that we as people were capital ourselves. You know we're going to in here. But just to that point as i was thinking about you know what i was talking about earlier about. This did this range of classes within blackness which groups within that even benefit from half of these things that come out right like the who is who is a car really going to benefit. Yeah and yeah who who has credit to get these credit cards right of capital to start beat to star in sustain these businesses. And you know who you know who so. I think that all of these questions are really important. And why is it anytime. A corporation is investing in particular. You know anytime. a bank is getting behind. Black lives matter credit card. I think we're in trouble. Because banks are in the money make is and you know and so that is a. I think we need to think twice about that and up so that's good. Yeah you know exactly. And so you know we. This is not lack capitalism maintenance. So i think that that's the moral of the story on black. Capitalism is failed essentially failed capitalism. And that's a that's where we're going to an-another sounds kind of you know morbid. Nice poeple note. Though we end on organi organize joint organizations and less you know less this world put put into place a better world that is built on black liberation socialists. Another world is possible. It's like a put on twitter. These dead prez lyrics Would you rather have. What does it man. I lost it now. Would you rather have a dream or some substance. A beamer a necklace or freedom. Right what is it that you really want. We want these material things or do we want liberation. Because i'll be honest with you. Most of us aren't going to do with material anyway in even if we do we're still going to be suffering so all about that liberation. Thanks so much dr. Cbs cherise burdens. Steady you are amazing. I loved that. You broke things down for us i know. I'm the most scholarly personal nurse. And you definitely helped me to understand. And i always will appreciate you for that. Thank you for those kind words and thank you for having me on again. You're definitely appreciate your patience as we try to follow along day care take care. Enjoy your super bowl sunday. We'll talk to you soon. Thank.

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"dr cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

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12:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"Exchange which ultimately for him is bound up in imperialism as constituents of the of the capitalist system not necessarily the highest stage of capitalism in the ways in which these relations of domination that emanate from the necessity of a foreign exchange result. One result of that is like racial antagonism or racialism in that an ask such the way in which racial antagonism can be overcome is not only through the collapsing of the capitalist system. In so for me. I think that cox a cox also has. I don't talk about it much. In this article he also has a particular critique of marx And the labor theory of value and he also is critical of this idea of class struggle And you know clash trouble. In those sort of orthodox marxism since as the means of the transition from capitalism to socialism. In so for me. I think that cox grapples with questions of imperialism racial antagonism and the the nature of the world systemic nature of capitalism in ways our informative to my own understanding. And so he just happens he happens to be sort of whereas others will focus on adam smith for understanding capitalism or or you know canes or or karl marx Cox's like that the foundational sort of theories of capitalism for me because he brings together a lot of the dynamics that i'm interested in that i think are important understanding Our current structural material conditions. Is it less is the last question. I had is buddha question in a statement slash observation. I is observation. I really liked the sentence anti-black blackness and anti radicalism function as legitimating architecture of modern. You raise a us racial capitalism. I think that is a wonderful. Turn a phrase that really drives home. I just. I just like that pros. I just wanted to compliment you on it. It's not really a question question that i had. This was something. I did not understand. And i don't i don't think is your. I just think it's a lot going on. And they just explode in my brain. What does it mean anti blackness. Dusk conceals the inherent contradiction of blackness. Value took up today minus worth of scarring and distorting structural location. Contorno into only debilitated condition. Like i felt like. I would need a day just so impact that that sentence okay. It basically means that we're told or we're made to feel like blackness shit right. Black people are lazy. Abject weighing on oh daddy's we don't know how to act allowed Reporter ghetto right. That's how we that is how blackness is constructed in the context of the united state. Me it it makes us seem as blackness is simply worthless but in fact blackness capacious category from that starts a lot of economic funk right so you know one labor exploits labor super exploitation One is is expropriation. one is be absorption of the risks of capital so so for example. If you look at redlining right redlining serves a very very racialized function. On the one hand it's way of the valuation of white. Oh if white folks live somewhere in black folks move in. The property value goes down right at the same time. Black people When they live in these red line areas bayton. More value was extracted from ben because they pay more for rent right because they have to travel further for things like grocery stores And they have. They have less access a ross. What's more expensive. There's more value to be. That is extracted from black people. And it's insurance companies real real tours in even the us government that are invested in this project of basically charging blacks more that to day from a strategy more value from black people on the one hand and maintaining this by making it sort of a motive devaluation to live around them. If you're white that's economic function that blackness. Sarah so it's very very valuable but we can't but we have the ways in which you you are able to sort of expect black people in this way or expropriate by people in this way is by painting them as worthless or painting them as criminal on all of these negative pejorative things about them. Because then it's okay right bat you you do all this shit to black folks right then. It becomes like okay. Well they deserve it. If because of all of this other albee's other realities about that and so this is a contradiction or what i call a irresolvable contradiction. This is a portion of value minus worth in. This is the tension if it is at that to me if it is a bad that contradiction is resolved. This will collapse. This is the sort of collapse the system asked the right. And this is why you know the the black people is genocide but it's not extermination because that having that group is exceedingly valuable even as we devalue over and over this group of black people. So that's the fattening opened my mind or my eyes up into this With that particular. Point because i never thought about the way that we're valuable to these institutions outside of just our labor or going to prison right. I didn't even consider the fact that we pay more for our groceries that we pay with a pay twice as much in gas to get to the store or we have to you know or you know we get these loans that are crappy. We end up paying more interest on credit and things like that. I like that never even like you blew my mind with that. I've never connected those dot and it's really fascinating to me because we don't even see our about us messing value as far as our value to ourselves. Because you know we've been sort of conditioned to see ourselves negatively we behave negatively like what you just said basically like we're conditioned to say well. We almost deserve this right so like for example. I work in trauma informed care. And i've been working with children and children who've been abused for about almost fifteen twenty years now one of the things you'll hear children as they think it's their fault. Oh i shouldn't have behaved. Mother wouldn't have done that. Or i was being bad or i am bad. It's like it's an internalized feels will always thought of blackie nursing their value in almost in that way i didn't even think about giving them more money by virtue of just being poor black. I didn't even yes. It's expensive to be black. Think about you know. Think about for example. You have a bank account right. You overdraw your account your twenty five or thirty five dollars by the bank. So the that's the bank charging you for being poor okay and why in it theoretically applies to everybody because the flat rate but there are groups who will never even over there will never even be in the risk of overdrawing their account right in. So that's a black tax. If you think about ferguson riot part of the part of this sort of racial logic a ferguson missouri was that they were passing out the police. Were passing out all of these fine. They were finding literally everything right or having having all of these court fees in when people cannot pay those fees they will issue warrants for their arrests and so there was all of these contacts that people were having with the police and this is a. This is a business expropriation. they're extracting money from this population. That has very little already through law right through civil policy and this is this is what i call legitimating architecture but but but it's not they're doing it in a way that is seems like mrs just how society works but the but the laws are set up. These policies are set up to tax black people especially black poor people for being black and poor period right in so A man you know the fact that you are you have this. Finding you can't pay lead to particular tight. Lisa you being criminalised right you go to jail and so then it's like well you know. Then there's this black you know there's this idea of black criminality when indeed an impact. The system is set up to criminalise black people to be poor because they're poor and they criminalize the behavior that black poor people engage so that they can extract money from an or lock them up which also another sort of economic function called this accumulation. But i'm i won't go into that so not that's actually. I mean you're really breaking down in a way that i haven't really thought about. I heard i've termed the black tax but again i didn't apply it in the day to day like you did like you know just being someone who grew up in the neighborhoods that i've grown up in. I grew up in south central my entire life right thinking about south central. La is you'll see a range. I want to say classes. The kind of but not really right. Three of the top wealthiest black neighborhoods in america are in ladera heights. View park windsor hills. The hills area on average those people make about three hundred thousand dollars a year which doesn't even compare to the view the wealthiest white communities in america right away. You can literally you know you see straight poverty housing projects fifteen minutes a fifteen minute drive. You're in you know with mini mansions and big homes and and things like that and you sort of see the sort of class differentiation. But then you also begin to see conversations around how do we. How do we build more wealth as a group right. how question one. How's that possible when you have sort of distinctions and these groups that divide themselves also You have these people who are trying to take advantage of the idea of economic independence or you know things like that for black people pushing other agendas. So for example. I don t center something around black girl magic wine which always be interesting stuff like that or the blm credit card and not hasn't been you want to talk about regards to that as well but sort of what you call it like won't catholism this kind of thing where you kind of washing capitalism where he take a strain of what superficially looks like Black radicalism in on the form of maybe representation or popular protesting and then filter in in a cooperative. Capitalism and i couldn't quite put Connection to how racial capitalism that was being described dr. cbs's article leads to a place where the radicalism and the capitalism combined to form this kind of circus that is woke capitalism. But there was there was for some reason. I just had this. Automatic association does reading the article. I was thinking about things like that. Like the black girl wind set. That comes in a box and a and a Beal credit card and and the pitch behind the credit card is like insane when you read about like how you basically get this type of radical self actualization by taking control of your finances through the blm credit card and it's supported by black owned bank so that makes it okay. Donations go to or again masters about ideology. Let me let me tell you. As a as a group black people cannot black people cannot become black capitalism is an impossibility. There are few people can make you entrepreneurs who will make money on in maybe become affluent. But if you just just look at the black the black business ownership statistics. They are abysmal. People if you don't if we don't own any colonies if we don't have empires and if we don't have slave labor we not gonna be a capitalist class period because that is the function of capitalism and that to bring it back full circle that is what racial capitalism conveys is that it's not just these these objective relations of exchange of exchange in You know consume you know. Production and consumption is not that it was it is colonialism is slavery it is rate racial based this possession Expropriation suplex way tation. These are the drivers of capitalism of racial capitalism right. and if you don't have access to those processes if you don't have the monopoly on state violence it is not going to happen. It'll happen for a few individuals and this is why those few individuals are invested in this mayor of a black or a of black capitalism or contract with black america or whatever or.

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"dr cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

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07:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"A as a framework more. We actually kind of bring something else in my mind especially when you're talking about a global perspective because i was thinking about like at the same time that the cracked epidemic is happening in the eighties. Also same time. We're seeing these civil wars and central america and like for example in la. We have this huge flood of salvadorans that comes to l. a. m. eighties and early nineties. But now but when we're watching tv we're watching these conversations. You never see those stories linked right. Why were there wars in central america. What did they have to do with the drug trade. And how were these drugs ending up in our communities back when i feel like we're watching conversations especially around immigration or undocumented people coming here it doesn't there's like it's like completely void of that it's like almost like like like they're completely separate things in one has no connection to the other even though when people come here especially in places like la their in communities that are predominantly black and. We're already low income. Yeah i mean and the other thing to think about like what is the role of entertainment you know like entertainment is not meant to necessarily is not meant to educate They try to create this new category of entertainment but entertainment. You're supposed to be entertained. In the other thing too. Is that the united states does not want us to have a global perspective. They do not want us to think internationally Internationally or to think that the fate of workers in a press in poor marginalized people in the united states are intimately linked to the oppression of people abroad. Right and so this is the american exceptionalism. They want us to believe that. Our experience is distinct from what's happening broad and they certainly don't want us to connect the us february To the reason why we have these floods of people fleeing civil war fleeing economic destitution fleeing destabilization stabilization because the us or the us sort of western partners. Nato partners generally have a hand in messing these countries and they wanna discipline or be mad that these people are trying to find a better life in the metropoles like this is so so. Entertainment often provides a disinformation Function rouge true. That i think actually does right to do that called snowfall. Which is the first one. That i've really seen try to tie in like what's happening abroad. And colombia and latin america and destabilization and and resistance efforts there and anti-communist efforts with crack cocaine epidemic. But i think it also brings up what dr. Cbs just brought up that even at the end of the day. When you try to make 'edu-tainment it's a step better but it's still not quite there. Because i thought that's what i always wanted but then when i saw it i was like. There's something still missing like it still feels. Lightweight still feels a glib in at the at the end of the day. I don't think anything really Is a substitute cliche. As it sounds like for real book or a real serious lecture i mean i think you know so i think the some documentaries for example and now there's an explosion of podcast but i mean i think the thing does essentially to keep in mind is the ways in which the media so the media is owned by think maybe six Large corporations right in the united states in the. us media is globalized. Media because of of cultural hegemony insulted is the function of entertainment. And yes there are some things that slipped cracks. That are you know that. Tell true history or that Are a reflection of what's what's going on or or are a reflection of our reality but by in large media are in general is a sort of up propaganda apparatus right in and so the The last thing that you know the ruling class wants to do is provide forms of entertainment that raise consciousness or that that raise unhappiness right or you know or or that. Raise a sort of Dissatisfaction with the status quo. You know if we look around really the inundation of of streaming and television and now youtube entertainment all that stuff is meant to mollify. The masses are to to put sleep is not meant to raise consciousness on why you think we are so many cops shows right cops in war that is overwhelming majority of of the types of shows that are available. Because we want to normalize that cops are want to normalize that the us were mongering is good and in the interest of freedom and democracy when neither either of things can be further from the truth logic of like a detainment. My mind goes to miss. 'edu-tainment what i think even the sort quote unquote educational things. They're presented like their educational but there. It's really just more propaganda. I i can't tell you how times i've watched a pbs special in just got angry. You know but that's considered you know. Entertainment that's educational and also remembering that media in itself is a capitalist structure like. They're not in the they. Don't care as much about you being entertained as much as they care about you. Watching slick and major sponsors are happy. Right is important that they keep you engaged. I mean part of it of course because these are capitalists and they want. they don't want you going against the system. The idea is to make you question. People who are going against the system right like look a lot of like black movies for example especially say the ninety s exiles to think of where you have these this character that's considered a radical. But they're a comedic character right like they're funny because they're not. They're just too extreme. I feel like that's not. I can give an example if you want to if you don't mind me adding to it Michael from good times was a perfect example of that eric monte was when co creators creator was Michael evans who played lionel. On the jeffersons. Mike evans michael's actually based on him The played line. Last name is evans. In evans is loosely. Based on his family he left the jeffersons to go form good times so those couple of years when he was gone from the jeffersons. That's what he was doing with eric. Monty and michael was supposed to be the young radical and the white writers kept pushing back and making michael more and more comical cartoonish and his radicalism was kind of increasingly painted as childish naievety and all the rest of the gadget always shut michael whatever and then they eventually drove the black creators off the show and then by the end of the show it was. Michael wasn't even radical even as a joke anymore. They just took it out like as he got older he matured. That's actually a great example. And i didn't even know that history and i'm obsessed with tv history so glad i didn't even know that but yeah that's actually a perfect example me and i was thinking about like even like the titles of these movies but you know like the black movies where it's like the one character has on the koufi and he's just always talking about my brother. He's like a joke. Don't like what does it boys in the hood. Except at the end he just really wanted to wait women and stuff like that right right. And and even on tv shows I feel like going to different worlds but a couple of times so there was a character that was considered too radical. Mma make him cartoonish I can think of multiple times same thing fresh prince of bel air. I've seen it. So i definitely feel like that's again not an accident. But that's also part of the framing of of political perspective is like yeah. You have the freedom to think what you want. But we're gonna condition you to think the way we want you to think. Yeah i mean. I mean and this is part of the critique of like people like l. c. and bernie being identified socialists. When they're really maybe social democrats or.

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"dr cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

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08:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"That's correct right. I think that we do. We have conversations all the time. But we don't necessarily you. We don't have conversations in a way in. Maybe the you know academic language or whatever so. I think that we do have a class. A latent class analysis. But we don't necessarily have class consciousness or class solidarity in particular ways. But certainly i think there is a way in which especially like ninety sitcoms we would see in it and we see even in politics and stuff we see you know black people black people doing well as an objective in. Don't really critically interrogate with actually What's actually going on and how that might relate or not relate to what's happening for example the nineteen eighties is. this is reaganomics. This is the rollback of the welfare state. This is win. The gains that were made in the sixties and seventies in in The standard of living for black folks is being rolled back missing contradistinction to the rise of like a different world on the show right or the cosby show or these other shows that are showing affluent orwell out black folks so there's just a disjuncture between what's being represented almond what's actually happening on the ground. I think also what is happening is. It's not just a classes and being discussed in those old shows. I think to a degree class is discussed. Sometimes but even when it is there's no addressing of the macro. So i think they had things like good times or other things where Black people were poor and suffering but it was kind of does not a real lens given as to why are they poor and suffering. Is this a kind of general malays and oppression. Yeah it's kind of a given and also you get a sense. Sometimes there's a general thing out. There called racism and it's hanging in the air and it's adding extra level to the poverty. But you don't really get an idea of really. How does it really work. How is it making people poor or keeping them poor of every now and then there's a micro aggression or something or a job you don't get you know but there's not a real big big picture class analysis or or consciousness almost like it's still individualistic. Like you know what i mean like. How those sort of american individualistic perspective is about you pulling yourself up. Sort of perspective So yeah that's a really good point. What i think that we need to distinguish between the descriptive and analytical. Right to describe something different than to analyze something so what you're talking about is like the impoverishment is being represented right the working class nature is being represented. But it's not there's no so what is the what but not the so. What and this is the analysis in so these shows are not providing as you're saying like a way to understand why how these things came to be why it is that you know how these families are poor living in high rises or whatever or conversely the relationship between the families that are well off affluent the bosses in the managers in those who Who are their workers in. These are in all black people right so there's all of these different types of of relationships that we see in different shows for example. Like you know family matters or martin or whatever and it's not even just t television shows there is there's also music at and other forms of representation and think of broader question is like to what end to. What end are we having these. Forms of entertainment Are they to reproduce propaganda. Like as you were saying that if you just work hard enough if you pull yourself up by your bootstraps then you'll make it or is it are these shows shining us actual spotlight on. Us society that day no matter you know. Many many people work very hard right. Many people work hard their whole lives. And that's not why some people are rich is some people are poor. The impoverishment and the ghettoisation and the oppression of black folks is not a sort of moral or ethical failure but when we only see drug dealer or drug addicts and drug dealers representative when we only see you know. Gangster is an all these things represented than we come to understand that that is the reason why black people are. Poor and press is because of their moral and ethical failures become because of their culture of poverty. Because they're they're underclass moore's as opposed to looking at the broader structures. I'm old enough to remember the original discourse around the cosby show and sutton very interesting was that was a kind of straw man that used to be Loud that people complain about the cosby show. Where and this drama and went across liberal in conservative circles. I think it was just basically Any kind of black excellence of the era type of circles. We kind of say. Oh you're so defeat is that you don't believe Wealthy black people exists or your so you so internalize like you know. Idea of giving up or or idea of white supremacy that you Feel like people back would be successful as Not accurate and my family is has black doctors or a problem with your imagination or your acceptance of self defeat like you know you're you're not you're not accepting that people can win but what the actual articles were saying was that it wasn't property contextualising Black wealth like the idea like it was kind of implicitly saying that Blackwood is just there for the taking. And if you don't take it because you're not following the respectable the of the Of the cosby. There was no like you said contextualising of Why are they allowed to be successful while other black people who might work hard or wants to do things don't make it like what is the context of their success. And how does it relate to back people and that was like the real criticism of the of the of the time that It was kind of acting like the struggle was over. We made it to the mountain top We one thing was a very popular. Civil rights boomer generation narrative that we got everything the white man that we asked for. And now it's on us to take what You know they lived up to their end of the bargains up to us to take take advantage. I think it's very interesting that even the people who are kind of defending the cosby show really properly properly phrased there. Critics are criticism to begin with a lot of it was very strong oriented. I think i think the other thing to understand is like the rise of that sort of liberal liberal or Even some of that is a little bit particular types of black nationalist. Conservative bike massimo's discourse. A lot of that arose at a moment. Win the laugh right. The black left and black internationalist forces were extremely beleaguered right. So in quantel prime the nineteen sixties before that we had rabbit anti-communism Back created the conditions. In fact for Help grow and the way that the black radical leftist socialist internationalist pan-africanist forces were to extreme violence and repression. Mrs not to say that. They were disciplined out entirely. Because we still have where example the anti-apartheid movement. That's that is booming in the nineteen eighties without a lot of those of races. That were arguing for that. Had a strong class analysis and that were very very critical of the black ruling elite and warned in fact against the ways in which the black elected officials b. e. o.'s. Right the black political class. might be co opted into the system in ways that was not beneficial to the overwhelming majority of worke oppressed import people. Those were the people who are thrown in jail. Who were deport deported. were murdered. Who were exiled. Or who are otherwise marginalize up in so what one out in what was funded in what was pushed. Forth is the very narratives that you're talking about right in. So we also need to understand the role of the disciplining and repression of black radicalism on the one hand. Also the really intentional. And and strong cooperation of other four of other black forces that then leads to the rise of these narratives of all these the sort of very americanised narratives of you know work car. Pull your pants up You know those those sorts of things that are conveyed through particular types of of Sitcoms.

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07:49 min | 1 year ago

"dr cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"Way to manipulate the conversation. What it can be any number of things i think. Best people are still invested in white supremacy. Even as they are interrogating class issues. I think that some people for some people there. Because they're you know they're white or of european descent in the con- which is the sort of the Superordinate category in the us and indeed throughout the world the ways in which the only way in which they could understand any form of oppression or objection is through class and to acknowledge race within challenge. Challenge them as a sort of oppressed a category in so. It's easier to evade or not talk about race for other people. They think that the focus on race or people derisively cau- identity. Politics is a way to evade class and to focus only on race In ways that don't get at the core material issues. So i think there's a number of reasons why people avoid the question of race but it's also difficult and uncomfortable and people really even you know self styled radicals or leftist or whatever believe in this linear progress narrative that the more we've moved through time the less you know the more race has become has declined in significance or The the less that race matters as the category of You know let us say dispossession domination but if we are you know we look locally nationally and globally we know this is simply not the case. We know that the forms of The forms of of racialized oppression have changed over time. So for example we've gone from like a narrative of jim crow or a structural reality of jim crow to a structured. Reality like mass incarceration in austin post racialism multi-culturalism but we still see for example the ways in which cove nineteen has ravaged racialized communities at rates far higher than other communities Which goes to show that the pandemic simply was you know A overlay onto much broader and much more endemic esteem issues of structural lack that have played racialized in black communities in an era of the voting rights. Act or the civil rights act or you know irrespective of the fact that more black people go to college now so those are simply those are Forms of sort of progress. That hasn't really changed the overall conditions of black people. All of that to say Is really hard. You know raises a really difficult conversation. For why folks to have and it's easier to just ebeid it or downplay. It then sued confronted. So what is the concern or was being missed if the focuses on just race in without a class analysis. Well that's when you get you look at somebody like kamala harris Or oprah or beyond say or whomever it we see that we see the progress of those people are quote unquote progress and achievement of those people when thinking about the races that are for it which is not the case right because the overwhelming majority of black people are not rich are not affluent and are actually getting poorer and so when we don't have a class analysis we start to think that the part stands in for the whole that is to say that the be now petty bourgeoisie or the you know the political elite or the entertainment class is representative of the material conditions of black people as a whole because a few of them are doing well so so what it does is rationalizing legitimates impoverishment or the deteriora- deteriorating conditions of the overwhelming majority of black people. When you can point to an obama or you can point to you know A lebron james or you can point to Even you know even if we're looking globally you know we point to A dj or whomever right. The you know the richest woman on the african continent is is an angolan woman so to looking at their financial success as some sort of images success for black for some sort of marker of progress which makes me also think of like tv shows like the cosby. Show is one of the things whenever i was like. Why like some special. that's covering the cosby show. People just commenting on eighty shows in the cosby show comes up number. One thing that always comes up is how happy people were to see. Black people to be middle class to see black people moms a lawyer. Dad's a doctor live in a nice home. They don't have to do racism on a regular basis or anything like that they get to be black in very specific way and that was always like sort of like the focus on the conversation. I think that's connect to the black excellence conversation. Do you feel like when we see like when we in our community are having those type of conversations. Do you feel like that is constructed or do you feel like that's just how black people like. How maybe we just naturally began to see things. Living in a capitalist society. why think that so One of you know my comrades eric kane stocks about identity reductionism. I is identity politics. I think to a certain in this. Ask something to do with representation in so far as there's nothing wrong with one particular representations of black people on tv that are not negative. That's not always either slavery or you know black bass or black people incarcerated or you know black people Impoverished at on drugs right that that when those are the only representations of black people in it becomes welcome to have a more multifaceted in a representation of like black life and experience and culture right. But i think the problem becomes when those representations especially in entertainment stand in for actual tainting the actual material realities of people ordinary real people rise. So just because the The cosby's live that life doesn't mean that actually results in any material changes for the people who are watching the cosby's on television. And so i think that you know. Perhaps you know the represent the Okay so now we can talk about black ish for example right which is a very particular mode of being black. There's nothing wrong as such with that representation because surely some black people relate to that reality. The problem is when that becomes understood as the way that black people are living or the way that you know The way that the majority of of black people experience their lives in the united states. In so i think that that's when it becomes problematic But again surely. There's nothing wrong with black people wanting to see particular types of representations of their communities on television you know and we even see it now when people talk about you know flat representation or black entertainment. That's not only about overcoming racism or that's not like trauma porn basically a unlike the shows that are focused us living in the hood and trying to survive selling drugs or show like that. So i definitely feel that. I guess i'm always concerned when you only have one conversation and i think now is probably changed but what i feel like when i was growing up. The conversation was very much kind of the focus on race without the class analysis. Because i've never seen that growing up in the media or not even black media. Yeah i think that's that's.

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"Of foreign exchange which ultimately for him is bound up in imperialism as constituents of the of the capitalist system not necessarily the highest stage of capitalism in the ways in which these relations of domination that emanate from the necessity of a foreign exchange result. One result of that is like racial antagonism or racialism in that an ask such the way in which racial antagonism can be overcome is not only through the collapsing of the capitalist system. In so for me. I think that cox a cox also has. I don't talk about it much. In this article he also has a particular critique of marx And the labor theory of value and he also is critical of this idea of class struggle And you know clash trouble. In those sort of orthodox marxism since as the means of the transition from capitalism to socialism. In so for me. I think that cox grapples with questions of imperialism racial antagonism and the the nature of the world systemic nature of capitalism in ways our informative to my own understanding as he just happens he happens to be sort of whereas others will focus on adam smith for understanding capitalism or or you know canes or or karl marx cox's like that the foundational sort of theories of capitalism for me because he brings together a lot of the dynamics that i'm interested in that i think are important understanding Our current structural material conditions is it. Less is the last question. I had is buddha question in a statement slash observation. I is observation. I really liked the sentence anti-black blackness and anti radicalism function as legitimating architecture of modern. You raise a us racial capitalism. I think that is a wonderful. Turn a phrase that really drives home. I just. I just like that pros. I just wanted to compliment you on it. It's not really a question question that i had. This was something. I did not understand. And i don't i don't think is your. I just think it's a lot going on. And they just explode in my brain. What does it mean anti blackness. Dusk conceals the inherent contradiction of blackness. Value took up today minus worth of scarring and distorting structural location. Contorno into only debilitated condition. That i felt like i would need a day just so impact that that sentence okay. It basically means that we're told or we're made to feel like blackness shit right black people are lazy. Abject weighing on oh daddy's we don't know how to act allowed Rapport ghetto right. That's how we that is how blackness is constructed in the context of the united state. Me it it makes us. The as blackness is simply worthless but it didn't in fact blackness capacious category from that starts a lot of economic funk right so you know one labor exploits labor super exploitation One is is expropriation. One is be absorption of the risks of capital. So so for example. If you look at redlining right redlining serves a very very racialized function. On the one hand it's way of the valuation of white. Oh if white folks live somewhere in black folks move in. The property value goes down right at the same time. Black people When they live in these red line areas bayton. More value was extracted from ben because they pay more for rent right because they have to travel further for things like grocery stores And they have. They have less access a ross. What's more expensive. There's more value to be. That is extracted from black people. And it's insurance companies real real tours in even the us government that are invested in this project of basically charging blacks more that day from a strategy more surplus value from black people on the one hand and maintaining this by making it sort of a motive devaluation to live around them. If you're white that's economic function that blackness. Sarah so it's very very valuable but we can't but we have the ways in which you you are able to sort of expect black people in this way or expropriate by people in this way is by painting them as worthless or painting them as criminal on all of these pejorative things about them. Because then it's okay right bat you you do all this shit to black folks right then. It becomes like okay. Well they deserve it. If because of all of this other albee's other realities about that and so this is a contradiction or what i call a irresolvable contradiction. This is a portion of value minus worth in. This is the tension if it is at that to me if it is a bad that contradiction is resolved. This will collapse. This is the sort of collapse the system asked the right. And this is why you know the the black people is genocide but it's not extermination because that having that group is exceedingly valuable even as we devalue over and over this group of black people. So that's the threatening opened my mind or my eyes up into this With that particular. Point because i never thought about the way that we're valuable to these institutions outside of just our labor or going to prison right. I didn't even consider the fact that we pay more for our groceries that we pay with a pay twice as much in gas to get to the store or we have to you know or you know we get these loans that are crappy paying more interest on credit and things like that. I never even like you blew my mind with that. I've never connected those dot and it's really fascinating to me because we don't even see our about us messing or value as far as our value to ourselves because you know we've been sort of conditioned to see ourselves negatively we behave negatively like what you just said basically like we're conditioned to say well. We almost deserve this right so like for example. I work in trauma informed care. And i've been working with children and children who've been abused for about almost fifteen twenty years now one of the things you'll hear children as they think it's their fault. Oh i shouldn't have behaved. Mother wouldn't have done that. Or i was being bad or i am bad. It's like it's an internalized feels will always thought of blackie. Nothing their value in almost in that way i didn't even think about giving them more money by virtue of just being poor black. I didn't even yes. It's expensive to be black. Think about you know. Think about for example. You have a bank account right. You overdraw your account your twenty five or thirty five dollars by the bank. So the that's the bank charging you for being poor okay and why in it theoretically applies to everybody because the flat rate but there are groups who will never even over there will never even be in the risk of overdrawing their account right in. So that's a black tax. If you think about ferguson riot part of the part of this sort of racial logic a ferguson missouri was that they were passing out the police. Were passing out all of these fine. They were finding literally everything right or having having all of these court fees in when people cannot pay those fees they will issue warrants for their arrests and so there was all of these contacts that people were having with the police and this is a. This is a business expropriation. they're extracting money from this population. That has very little already through law right through civil policy and this is this is what i call legitimating architecture but but but it's not doing it in a way that is seems like mrs just how society works but the but the laws are set up. These policies are set up to tax black people especially black poor people for being black and poor period. Right in so A man you know the fact that you are you have this. Finding you can't pay lead to particular tight. Lisa you being criminalised right you go to jail and then it's like well you know. Then there's this black you know there's this idea of black criminality when indeed an impact. The system is set up to criminalise black people to be poor because they're poor and they criminalize the behavior that black poor people engage so that they can extract money from an or lock them up which also another sort of economic function called this accumulation. But i'm i won't go into that so not that's actually. I mean you're really breaking down in a way that i haven't really thought about. I heard i've termed the black tax but again i didn't apply it in the day to day like you did like you know just being someone who grew up in the neighborhoods that i've grown up in. I grew up in south central my entire life right thinking about south central. La is you'll see a range. I want to say classes. The kind of but not really right. Three of the top wealthiest black neighborhoods in america are in ladera heights. View park windsor hills. The hills area on average those people make about three hundred thousand dollars a year which doesn't even compare to the view the wealthiest white communities in america right away. You can literally you know you see straight poverty housing projects fifteen minutes a fifteen minute drive. You're in you know with mini mansions and big homes and and things like that and you sort of see the sort of class differentiation. But then you also begin to see conversations around how do we. How do we build more wealth as a group right. how question one. How's that possible when you have sort of distinctions and these groups that divide themselves also You have these people who are trying to take advantage of the idea of economic independence or you know things like that for black people pushing other agendas. So for example. I don t center something around black girl magic wine which always be interesting stuff like that or the blm credit card and not hasn't been you want to talk about regards to that as well but sort of what you call it like won't catholism this kind of thing where you kind of washing capitalism where he take a strain of what superficially looks like Black radicalism in on the form of maybe representation or popular protesting and then filter in in a cooperative. Capitalism and i couldn't quite put Connection to how racial capitalism that was being described dr. cbs's article leads to a place where the radicalism and the capitalism combined to form this kind of circus that is woke capitalism. But there was there was for some reason. I just had this. Automatic association does reading the article. I was thinking about things like that. Like the black girl wind set. That comes in a box and a and a Beal credit card and and the pitch behind the credit card is like insane when you read about like how you basically get this type of radical self actualization by taking control of your finances through the blm credit card and it's supported by black owned bank so that makes it okay. Donations go to war again. Masters about ideology. Let me tell you as a as a group. Black people cannot black people cannot become Black capitalism is an impossibility. There are few people can make a few entrepreneurs who will make money on in maybe become affluent. But if you just just look at the black the black business ownership statistics. They are abysmal. People if you don't if we don't own any colonies if we don't have empires and if we don't have slave labor we not gonna be a capitalist class period because that is the function of capitalism and that to bring it back full circle that is what racial capitalism conveys is that it's not just these these objective relations of exchange of exchange in You know consume you know. Production and consumption is not that it is imperialism. Colonialism is slavery it is rate. You know racial based this possession Expropriation suplex way tation. These are the drivers of capitalism of racial capitalism right. and if you don't have access to those processes if you don't have the monopoly on state violence it is not going to happen. It'll happen for a few individuals and this is why those few individuals are invested in this mayor of a black or a of black capitalism or contract with black america or whatever or.

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06:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Honestly home against government. That's what i meant. Sycophant bill's cameras on the money. And the funniest shit. What politicians together was the case. The only tory rebel up. You're listening to champagne sharks. I am the star on this episode of champagne. Sharks we are speaking with dr cherise breath. Steady aka dr cbs. She is currently an assistant. Professor of african studies of political science at carleton college. She scholar of political theory political economy and intellectual history. She's also co author of. Wb the boys alive. In american history with dr gerald horne and her published work appears in journals including small acts souls. Two boys review socialism and democracy international journal of african studies and the large james journal. She will be speaking to us about capitalism and racial capitalism in west. That means how does that impact black people. How does that affect us. What is it that we even understand about it. How are we influenced in our perspectives about capitalism and about our own circumstances and beyond that. So we're gonna get into all that and much more right after this bullets those. Hey how's it goin' champagne sharks. Hope everyone's doing well just wanted to Do some house cleaning and let people know. Go to champagne sharks dot com and you'll get access to all the links related to champagne sharks so instead of asking guys with the youtube is located where the patriots located where the merchandise is located. You can go there and find it all and find where we are social media our products all that stuff also in addition to the existing patriot john benefits which includes discord server. Book club night movie night. Discussions show notes the newsletter and most importantly bonus episodes were also giving people invites to the new voice social media networking club clubhouse so now closed off. It's in beta testing a yet to be a iphone member. But if you join patriot. John and through patriarch joined discord. You will be able to get a clubhouse invites and the reason why we want people to get those clubhouse invites because we're doing a lot of stuff with the creators and the podcast fans and needs to get invited to take part of that including a new weekly creator and fans show that we've started over there we get to interact with us and with each other so definitely become a patron for five dollars a month at patriotair dot com slash sharks without further ado year. Is the episode. All right welcome back and now we are here with dr cherise burdens deli. Welcome thank you for having me. Thank you for coming on again. Because i know i have a bazillion things that i am trying to understand breakdown because i see so many conversations around capitalism and race and brassy conference round black wealth and black excellence and i thought that you know you give us great insight into that and i know t who's also here has some things he wanted to talk about as well and you have questions about things to t- yeah questions particularly about The article is a very interesting history of the lineage and development of of this debate and the questions i had were kinda more basic about You know what. Cedric robinson was arguing versus. What he harrison might be arguing and things of that of that level but yeah a lot of questions too so I dr cvs win. We when people talk about race and capitalism and how they intersect as far as how you specifically focus on. What is your focus. So when i think about racial capitalism or when i write about it i'm essentially at some broad Kind of world historical international and kind of macro process these that constitute capitalism as a system as well as going on within nations. So what does that mean Essentially i'm thinking abou- all of the ways in which capitalist exploitation processes of racial ization in race making imperialism colonialism and warmongering come together to produce an economic system rooted in our racial hierarchy and. economic hierarchies in which the overwhelming majority of people exploited and dispossessed in very small class of ruling are at the top and of bella the persons who are represented at the bottom a large section of the population who are extremely exploited. Or what. I call super exploited are racialized people at focus on on black folks in so essentially. I'm trying to When i talked about racial capitalism. I'm looking at the ways in which these process. These of racial association or the ways in which value is ascribed to people based on race as descriptive category. The ways in which that influences Forms of capitalist exploitation and then also the ways in which capitalist exploitation or the ways in which surplus value extracted from those who sell their labor for wages how that informs or gives content to these processes of of race making or of racial station so to put it claimly it. Essentially that you can't really understand you know Economic differentiation economic inequality without understanding racism. And you can't really understand racism without understanding Structural immaterial conditions are politically economy in. So i think that when folks use racial capitalism this is they're making some variation of that argument. Some like i would argue. Robinson is more focused on the racialism or the racial dynamics and then others the more orthodox marxists who might not even use the term racial capitalism are are more focused on the economic structures would see race as what they call epoch phenomenal or race as a function of class so and then there's people people like me Others like you know All taiwo who's elazragh georgetown People like peter. James hudson and others draw on a particular archive fingers who really think about Racism racial ization and capitalism.

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02:41 min | 2 years ago

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"B. C. B. S. news on the hour your home for a regional reporting on that paper South Korea has just reported three hundred fifteen more coronavirus cases that brings the number worldwide to more than eighty three thousand and it has this woman in New York scrambling to buy a mask dipping hysterical under making me hysterical CBS's Skyler Henry health officials in northern California say a woman contracted the virus from an unknown origin hers is the first known case of community transmission of corona virus in the US made the patient was probably infected by someone in the general population at this point we don't know where the patient was exposed at some point okay their patient became ill enough to warrant testing for corona virus and the result came back positive Dow futures right now are down four hundred fifty two points a condom is Michael far as as investors are trepidation at the welcome back of this grown up virus and they still can't figure out how meaningful it's going to be economically and the business over the next few months so far this week the Dow was plunged more than one thousand points twice all eyes on South Carolina this weekend as the state holds its primary Joe Biden campaigning in Conway already has his eyes on president trump's nomination I will be delighted Dr CBS is that o'keefe is in Spartanburg and says after Saturday's primary there's the big super Tuesday for vice president Joe Biden appears on the verge of a win in South Carolina so most of his opponents are looking ahead senator Bernie Sanders the National Front runner March supporters in North Carolina the establishment Kasia haven't noticed the getting very nervous well Michael Bloomberg rallied in Texas if you want somebody has the resources to beat trump vaccinated this super Tuesday voters from the redwood forests of California to the Gulf Stream waters of Alabama will award about one third of all available delegates a fifteen year employees who police say shot up the Molson Coors brewery in Milwaukee this week company CEO Gavin Hattersley says Anthony feral shot and killed five other workers were husbands they were fathers and they were friends they were part of the fabric of our company and our community and we will miss them terribly the plant remains closed today in an exclusive interview with our Gayle king one of the jurors in the Harvey Weinstein trial says it was not easy to reach a verdict on the five counts this week the answer for the connections it is now and that's a crime and it was as simple as that you can get out of there is nothing simple about it more of that interview airs.

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"dr cbs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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04:48 min | 2 years ago

"dr cbs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty seven degrees right now lots of sunshine nice and bright here in Boston or four thirty good afternoon to you on the Saturday I'm TV gal here's what's happening sides collide outside Boston police headquarters for a back the blue rally is being held a gathering was organized by super happy fun America that's the same group that put on a straight pride parade in Boston it last August Sam Sam Rajabi says today's event started as a response to president trump's decision to send a border patrol agents into sanctuary cities like Boston we appreciate immigrants but we want them to go through the legal process and when people buy pass out there taking away the positions for people who go through that process and then it morphed into well we realize that these police officers put their bodies between us in these violent protesters when all we want to do is go out in the streets and celebrate things like the bill of rights in the constitution which applies to everyone he also said his group was opposed to the decision to drop charges against four people arrested during last year straight pride parade for assaulting police officers among those on the other side of the argument was Ruth Keith said of Cambridge she criticized the work of border patrol agents and ice size job is to terrorize the immigrant population and to detain them to deport them to separate families and they also are basically criminals meanwhile so far no word of any arrests call his date is under way for Democrats in Nevada we get the latest from CBS news correspondent Wendy July third contest of the democratic presidential primaries is under way Dr CBS news can characterize Bernie Sanders as leading in initial preferences of Nevada caucus goers and his lead as large CBS correspondent Steve Futterman is in Las Vegas and Wendy this carcass at the plaza hotel pretty much reflecting that characterization by CBS this is how this caucus when Joe Biden preference group has forty five members Bernie Sanders hi friends group has seventy six members now only Sanders and Biden had enough supporters to be viable similar caucuses are taking place up and down the state around two hundred fifty caucuses in total it's hope this afternoon we will know the final results Steve Futterman CBS news thirty six delegates will be awarded today the next contest is the South Carolina primary next Saturday and then super Tuesday on March third and Bernie Sanders supporters rally in front of the state house ahead of super Tuesday on March third on the steps of the statehouse Bernie Sanders supporters rallied to trying strength and Bernice chances as super Tuesday quickly approaches I think this is an absolutely excellent turn out in it completely speaks to the power of Bernie's message with regular ordinary people you know workers and use that are ready for a political revolution in this country the American people will decide to have a light burning because he's never changed state representative Mike Connelly let some of the chance and is impressed how many young voters were in attendance to see the support for those big bold progressive ideas amongst young people is really encouraging at the state house Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston news radio Boston police have now identified the victim of a fatal shooting this week in Dorchester details coming up in just a few minutes back to the roads right now it is four thirty three traffic and weather together starting with a super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Mike how you doing here we go again to you know this problem is on the mass turnpike now well to the west it's the pike westbound it's backing up very quickly to Framingham getting word of a multi car crash by the route nine interchange peril it's blocking the two left lanes thanks to Jamie for calling in the big easy phone force helping us out there all the outer edge of four ninety fives okay up to the north one twenty eight north is jammed up for a mile through Peabody a crash after centennial drive just cleared away and it's got southbound still jammed up from Endicott street down past Lowell St so delays both ways through Peabody they should ease out soon ninety three south delays to end over one thirty three down passed Daska road we might have an issue there the expressway south not bad it's slow from mass have down through Savin hill little slow into the Braintree split northbound is slow past Columbia road at slow up towards the tunnel now as well on route three south you could do the speed limit down pass through one thirty nine is really nothing in your way same idea with the lower end of one twenty eight twenty four ninety five south are both good coming down from ninety three downtown pretty quiet the Tobin bridge outbound is backed up a little but the airport total storage drive the lower deck they're all good miking WBZ's traffic on.

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04:14 min | 3 years ago

"dr cbs" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Marathon. Clothing stole was plans to build a residential building in it with low income housing, right people don't even know that yet the opened a co working space and stem center in south LA called victim ninety which was simply meant to be a connective young people to Crenshaw opportunities in Silicon Valley. Not to mention was killed a day before he was set to meet with the LAPD chief and police Commissioner discuss ways the slowdown local violence. The irony of him being killed the day before this meeting. So Eric Holder brother from brother from that community who knew nipsy NFC Newham. Now brother literally hurt the very person that God sent to help people just like him. We got our nose off despite off faith too often in our communities, and it's exhausting. It's very exhausting. A sad. I'm disappointed frustrated because not just nipsy. Okay. It happens way too many times to too many of us. I really makes you question. Whether or not we need to be frontline. In our communities at all. Because it seems like when you make it, especially when you making some form of entertainment are athletics or anything that gives you some sort of celebrity or fame you become a target. Eric Holder is just the latest and a line of hurt people who hurt people. Okay. A lot of brothers simply in pain. And they just keep redistributing that pain the people who look just like them with Eric Holder. You killing nipsy not gonna kill your travel. If you are still alive right now, whatever you were going through before you killed nipsy has been multiply times one hundred. Now, you got a whole nother set of problems. And that's why I'm so big on dealing with your mental health in going to therapy and getting to the root of our internal issues because my brothers. We gotta hill. If we just going to have another generation of trauma, passing yourself off, his culture. Right. And this is why was telling y'all yesterday to stop conspiracy theories around in the good, brother, nipsy hustle, his family and friends. Didn't appreciate that at all. Okay. Nipsy? Didn't you kill because he was going to documentary on if she got killed by jealous? Envious hate nasty. Dude, miss community who clearly already had some deep rooted issues and a fragile ego. And he couldn't stand rejection he received from Lipsey like seriously, I want you to really think about this for a section. I was a second. Okay. You think the government is going to get nipsy killed for documentary? That's not even out yet with that. Same government gonna let thousands of videos, and Dr CB live on you to if they would go so far killed nipsy for that. Why wouldn't they do? Call YouTube and say take go down. What's wrong with Johnny's believed that when I'm not gonna go back and forth with JAL about that? Because that's the Justice distraction. If we're sitting around pointing the finger at everyone else, and we're not dealing with what we need to be dealing with. And that's our selves. And by the way. -opoly white devils advocate with some y'all say, you know, what I believe you it is a conspiracy. But what about all the other brothers who got shot and killed in LA this weekend? What about the brothers getting shot and killed in Philly in Chicago in jersey in Atlanta are those conspiracy to we act like we don't see this happening are people all the time in our communities, and I don't wanna feel like I can't be around my own people. But that's all the real threats to my life becoming from by the way. I'm just going my part the best way I know how. And only thing. I noted good right now is the encourage people if they know Eric holder's whereabouts. Tournament. Call one eight hundred two two two tips got to get people like this off the street because this man isn't gonna do nothing but hurt someone else. So if he is still alive with you, probably not say something, and I know in LA y'all gonna the streets up looking for this guy. Are know seeking revenge on his family and friends and people that know him. But just no no matter how many people get shot. No matter how many people get killed is not going to bring me back, and we cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created please give Eric Holder. The biggest. I'm not I'm not right about India. This this this this hit a bit different. And it really really really bothers me and has been weighing on my mind, very heavily. All right, good. I don't have any answers as to what we are supposed to be doing. I charlemagne. Thank you for that. Oh. All right. We'll become back. We got your positive. No, more snow is the breakfast club..

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"dr cbs" Discussed on Z104

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01:58 min | 3 years ago

"dr cbs" Discussed on Z104

"He'll doctor. Okay. Yeah. Dr CBS his name. He is a healer herbalist. I'm sorry so east from Honduras, Dr CBI might want to do some research on this guy. He was a guy who who who claimed that he had the cured aids. And he even went to court over it because they were somebody sued him saying you can't say go around say cure aids. And he proved that he had some kind of cure for aids. Now, Dr CB was arrested in a money laundering issue. And then died in police custody under mysterious circumstances. A lot of conspiracy people believe that doctors TV was killed because if he came out with a cure for aids and other diseases that the pharmaceuticals companies would stand to lose billions off of this. So they think that the circumstances surrounding his death were kind of weird. Now, this is where nipsy comes in nipsy was producing a documentary about Dr CB at the time that he died, and he was just about ready to release. It people are starting to kind of tie this together going nipsy was killed because of this documentary. So that it never came out. So that people don't know the story of this, man. I don't know. I'm not a big conspiracy thing be person. I mean, I believe that maybe she was just, you know, somebody had a bad motive and. You probably say, yeah. That's true conspiracy. People look at it. Yeah. If you want to hear interesting get spiracy looked at any spell it s e B I, Dr CB. I want to look it up. I wonder if they still released the documentary, though, it may be that they would. Yeah. Other news frill posted a video yesterday's urging for Jimmy's locals other Hampton roads residents to open their homes with Airbnb so he partner with Airbnb the city's behind it. He says the police is behind it. We have some video about what he's talking about was super excited.

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"dr cbs" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"dr cbs" Discussed on Z104

"Of you know, this already some of you don't as far as nipsy goes by we wanna loss. First of all a lot of people were big fans will really miss nipsy. So the conspiracy theory was on Twitter over the weekend. The two things that were training. Of course, we're nipsy hustle RIP nipsy. And then this doctor CB guy if you don't know who Dr CBS, he's a Honduran herbalist a healer. He's he's a self-proclaimed healer, right? This doctor CB at one point claimed that he had the cure all diseases including aids and other diseases. He basically he got put on trial for claiming he had cured aids. And then shortly after that he was arrested for money laundering thing. And he died in police custody under mysterious circumstances when he died a lot of people were like, you know, the pharmaceutical industry stains to lose billions of dollars. If he comes out with the cure for all these diseases, and it's a natural cure to buy. So this pharmaceutical industry has a lot to lose here moneywise, and they think that that's why he mysteriously died. Now nipsy house nipsy involved nipsy was producing documentary on that, dude. And was ready to release that documentary when he was killed and now spiracy people are going wonder if that anything to do with it. I doubt it. Yeah. But if you're a conspirists conspiracy person, there's your angle, here's your story. And I'm telling you right now, this won't be the last time you hear this angle. You're going to hear more about it. Look it up Dr C B S E B. I look it up on Twitter, and you will see that a lot of people believe in. Yeah. Whenever you're gonna release the documentary to sex. Hey,.

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"dr cbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"dr cbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Some of us so painfully sensitive to rejection? Well, it turns out we can't help it. It's science. Lisa Cantrell is a psychologist and professor at Sacramento state. She's also one of those people who cries into her pillow for months after a bad break up. She did some digging to find out why. So few months ago, I did one of those at home genetic test. You know, the ones where you spit into a clear plastic tube ship it off to a lab, I did it because I'd heard about genetic variation that can make people more sensitive to rejection. And I was so convinced I had it. I've always been a bit sensitive. I remember this one moment in fourth grade, miss Brown asked a question in class that I knew the answer to she made eye contact with me, but then called on someone else. I could feel the tears welling up in my eyes. I asked to excused ran to the bathroom and cried into my shirt as I got older got worse, and it affected my relationships. One time in grad school. I sent my boyfriend at the time a text he didn't respond. My chest tightened. What had I done wrong. Sure. Everyone feels a little hurt by rejection, but I would seemingly become debilitated each time and last year after a particularly rough break-up not sleeping staying up all night crying. I started to wonder if something was wrong with me. Began looking up research on the biology of feeling rejected. I came across something called the OPR one, gene. We all have this, gene. But for proximity one in five people this gene has a tiny variation that can affect how their brains respond to pain the tiny variation is called a geo, and I called up Dr John carsoup a researcher at the university of Utah. Who's studied this, gene? And the G eleo what seems to do is seems to lower the capacity to produce opiate receptors. So you have less of them opioid receptors. Dr Subbiah tells me help us counteract pain when endorphins rush into the brain they attached to those opioid receptors and stop the pain signal. This is actually what happens during the runner's high and endorphins also Russian when people experience emotional pain. So basically what I learned from Dr CB is that people with this Leo also known as g carriers. They seem to have fewer of these. Receptors? So they're not as able to deal with pain. Whether it's a torn ligament or social rejection is this what has been happening to me, my whole life several weeks after shipping off my saliva, an Email popped up in my inbox. My results have come in. I sat staring at the message and opened if I were g carrier. It would mean that there was a biological explanation for my feelings, I hadn't been overreacting all these years. I was experiencing more pain than others. With my hands shaking slightly. I open the file and scroll through lines of my genetic code to find the OPR one, gene. There typed in small font.

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"dr cbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"dr cbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"My shirt as I got older. This got worse and it affected my relationships. One time in grad school. I sent my boyfriend at the time a text he didn't respond. My chest tightened. What had done wrong? Sure, everyone feels a little hurt by rejection, but I would seemingly become debilitated each time and last year after a particularly rough break-up not sleeping staying up all night crying. I started to wonder if something was wrong with me. I began looking up research on the biology of feeling rejected. I came across something called the OPR one, gene. We all have this, gene. But for approximately one in five people this gene has a tiny variation that can affect how their brains respond to pain the tiny variation is called a geo, and I called up Dr John Carr CBS a researcher at the university of Utah. Who's studied this, gene and the G L heal? What seems to do is seems to lower the capacity to produce opiate receptors. So you have less of them opioid receptors. Dr Subbiah tells me help us counteract pain when endorphins rush into the brain they attached to those opioid receptors and stop the pain signal. This is actually what happens during the runner's high end endorphins also Russian when people experience emotional pain. So basically what I learned from Dr CBS is that people with this geo also known as g carriers. They seem to have fewer of these. Receptors? So they're not as able to deal with pain. Whether it's a torn ligament or social rejection is this what has been happening to me, my whole life several weeks after shipping off my saliva, an Email popped up in my inbox. My results have come in. I sat staring at the message and opened if I were g carrier. It would mean that there was a biological explanation for my feelings, I hadn't been overreacting all these years. I was experiencing more pain than others. With my hands shaking slightly. I open the file and scroll through lines of my genetic code to find the OPR one, gene. There typed in small font g..

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"dr cbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"dr cbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Always been a bit sensitive. I remember this one moment in fourth grade, miss Brown asked a question in class that I knew the answer to she made eye contact with me, but then called on someone else. I could feel the tears welling up in my eyes. I asked to be excused ran to the bathroom and cried into my shirt as I got older. This got worse and it affected my relationships. One time in grad school. I sent my boyfriend at the time a text he didn't respond. My chest tightened. What had I done wrong. Sure. Everyone feels a little hurt by rejection, but I would seemingly become debilitated each time and last year after a particularly rough break-up not sleeping staying up all night crying. I started to wonder if something was wrong with me. I began looking up research on the biology of feeling rejected. I came across something called the OPR in one, gene, we all have this, gene. But for approximately one in five people this gene has a tiny variation that can affect how their brains respond to pain the tiny variation is called a geo, and I called up Dr John Carr CBS data a researcher at the university of Utah who studied this, gene. And the G eleo what seems to do is seems to lower the capacity to produce opiate receptors. So you have less of them opioid receptors. Dr Subbiah tells me help us counteract pain when endorphins rush into the brain they attached to those opioid receptors and stop the pain signal. This is actually what happens during the runner's high and endorphins also Russian when people experience emotional pain. So basically what I learned from Dr CBS data is that people with this geo also known as g carriers. They seem to have fewer of these receptors. So they're not as able to deal with pain. Whether it's a torn ligament or social rejection is this what has been happening to me, my whole life several weeks after shipping off my saliva, an Email popped up in my inbox. My results have come in. I sat staring at the message unopened if I were g carrier. It would mean that there was a biological explanation for my feelings, I hadn't been overreacting all these years. I was experiencing more pain than others. With my hands shaking slightly. I open the file and scroll through lines of my genetic code to find the OPR one, gene. There typed in small font g..

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"dr cbs" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"dr cbs" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Because once your practice can't take credit card. It's going to have a material impact on your deal. So so what are you using the CB? The you're not calling CBD. What are you calling? Now. It's head boil interests. Get hemp oil, and it's just a foiled that's been extracted from the hemp plant. It's a full spectrum. So it's the whole plant not just not just a lot of it. They're not just grabbing the CBD they're grabbing the entire plant in in making into making into an oil and is CNN. It would have miniscule tennis from the hemp plant. You can get CBD oil. If you say, saving you got to have. Kind of differentiate you can have CD that's from him or CD CD marijuana. So marijuana derived. The oil would have THC in it, and you would have some psychoactive properties. But hemp derived CD oil will not have any extent. So the one that I I'm always asked am I gonna get gonna test positive on a drug test? If I take this. And if you stick to hemp derive CB products, and like the like, the one that I that I use my practice might I tell doctors to use Zilly's Oprah sell the they won't. They've no no one's ever has positive from taking her cell, but you can't test positive from marijuana Dr CB, and you might test positive has this whole industry whole CD dietary supplement of that whole industry is very loosely regulated. There's no regulations really on it. So you can put anything on the label and even. It might be misrepresentative what you put inside the product. So there are cases where you had hemp gripes eve, the CBD and they've tested positive mind. But so that's why you really have to pay attention to what product you have. And what where it's coming from has to be organic. It has a whole bunch of hemp as a plant is absorbs everything so pesticides toxins in the in the soil. If it's not or gannet, you're gonna get all that. And then once was into an oil. It's gonna get into your body. You're going to do. Dear buddy, worse than than better. So we'll it is crazy that we take the smartest children from America. And we sent him to chemical engineering school and they make these molecules if a grasshopper licks at one part per billion just rolls over dead, and then all those chemicals invest sides end up in the food chain, and it sites. I it's like, it's crazy. It's like, you know, I'm basically everyone, I know there's a dentist around here. Like when they get fruit vegetables, if you peel like an apple or banana or no orange they don't care, but if you're not gonna appeal it, and you're gonna eat it like a barrier. Strawberry, blackberry, blueberry. They only buy organic. Yeah. Yeah. I I've I've been with convert now I am Mike buying only organic. And and yeah, I've seen enough documentary stat at off of anything that that's roundup ready. Yeah. It's so sad. To me, our smartest people in America are making these compounds to kill ants and flies. And they don't realize that you know, you're gonna end up eating that. What's the dirty, and what's also is so many people try to think they're eating good? They always talk about the dirty dozen of the filthiest stuff we eat and number one is strawberries, number two spinach nectarines apples, grave speeches, cherries, pears, tomatoes, celery potatoes and sweet bell peppers. And God only knows what you're eating. But yeah, you just have to go to organic. And it's also when I was little, you know, we all knew the seasons of the for like leads to get excited when kids come to school and say, oh, the strawberries are blossoming and then a couple of weeks. Oh, yeah. Grandpa says we're going to be able to pick it to you would save up for like how lean our thanksgiving or Christmas. But now that you have this year round. No one knows the seasons. So how was every night? It would really be a trick or treat. I mean, if you had things giving dinner every Thursday that really wouldn't be anything to look forward to. And I really think it was better. When all these things were organic all these things are seasonal and the best way to just like start drooling when you think of strawberries is having to wait for it to come into season..

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New mother tested positive for opiates after eating poppy seed bagel

WBZ Morning News

04:06 min | 3 years ago

New mother tested positive for opiates after eating poppy seed bagel

"And other hot humid day good morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories now too high stakes elections. One for a house seat in Ohio the other for governor. Of Kansas are too close to call although President Trump claimed, victory, on, Twitter last, night for Ohio Republican Troy balder. Sohn tough news for Red Sox nation this morning as announcer Jerry Remmy is facing another battle with cancer Rambis fought that disease for a decade finishing a round of treatment earlier this year and. An overnight house fire in Dorchester leaves one, person displays a firefighter suffered minor injuries battling that blaze. On ash bond street and other news the search is continuing for the driver of a car. That struck a bicyclists in Jamaica plain. The Senate. Was caught on another drivers dashcam WBZ's Ben Parker tells us the victim's family has plenty of questions and concerns the father of the twenty year old woman injured in a hit and run crash on monday says he can't believe the driver of the car involved didn't see her today overtake her and cut her off the man tells w._b._z. t._v. he got a call from his daughter after the collision that left her with scrapes and scratches she was crying tearful because he was shocked at the whole thing and she was in pain now police are looking for the driver of that vehicle a red four door hatchback and they're asking for the public's help ben parker w._b._z. newsradio ten thirty a western man is in custody after stabbing two people near city hall david burgos is charged with two counts of armed assault or murder no word on the condition of the victims the reward for information regarding missing university of iowa student molly tebbit's is now over three hundred thousand dollars the reward money has continued to pour in as individual donations are being accepted on the crime stoppers of central iowa website investigators are hoping the more than three hundred thousand dollar reward will convince someone with valuable information Step forward with a tip needed to break the case open crime stoppers assuring tipsters both by. Phone and online that their tips are anonymous Molly Tibbets. Has been missing for twenty. Days or father rob Tibbett says he believes his daughter is with someone she knows but admits it's just speculation Brian burrow ABC news USC president max Nikki s has stepped down after saying. He, would back in may the decision comes after many faculty members call for his resignation in the wake of sex abuse. Complaints involving a campus Dr CBS's. Suzanne marquess Nikki is based a series of scandals dean of the medical. School Herman Pola Fito was accused of using drugs even in his USC office his replacement mohawk Varna accused of. Sexually harassing a researcher USC settled for one hundred and. Thirty five thousand dollars last week USC as the. US attorney's office to open a criminal investigation into one hundred thousand dollar donation from LA county supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas that. Helped his son get a professor job at USC that money ended up in his son control A ks had, been USA president, since twenty ten Florida Atlantic university postpones its graduation ceremony after what. Police called a credible threat the announcement was made just. Minutes before commencement, was set to begin a sticky note. Containing a, threat was posted in a. Woman's bathroom, friends and, family of the. Graduates were already seated in the school's auditorium when the entire building. Was evacuated a new date has not been announced a Maryland woman discovers that eating a poppy seed bagel before giving birth has consequences Elizabeth. Eden told WBAL TV in Baltimore that she was in labor in. April when a doctor told her she had tested positive for opiates and. She had been reported to the state that net that her daughter had to stay at the hospital for five days while her mother was assigned a case worker however eaten fought back to a school health class where she learned that eating, poppy seeds could lead to a false positive the mom told the case worker about the bagel the file was closed I'm Shelley Adler. The Georgetown librarian Washington DC was forced to close after four snakes were discovered. Near meeting room the library, called pest control and the building, was given the all-clear yesterday the library will have another gathering of stakes today.

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