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"edie amine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:31 min | 4 months ago

"edie amine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Know what you're trying to do, right? Well, you know, you know what's so stupid about what she said, is She never qualified in their eligibility is every voter. It's not every legal voter, but every voter who needs to be, but I just want to make her mine about this, Mike. What I failed to mention. The first time I played this a few days ago was that she went directly from attacking Trump to voter I d laws and she's She's obsessed This person this Edie Amine and address now I want to just read to you something about Edie Amine. Here is the headline. Maybe. I mean, Dada. I just remember used to saying that word because I used to like to say Edie Amin Dada Edie Amine data, the murderous cannibal who ruled Uganda. Meat medium India to the cannibalistic dictator who expelled Uganda's 50,000 Asians and started up to 500,000 people. He was called the Butcher of Uganda. And he should be remembered as one of history's worst despot's. Now I believe that the designation of Stacey Abrams has Edie Amine in a dress is perfect. I just have to this pretty good. Now, Please let us go to Stacey Abrams now because she's continuing her assault on President Trump and they keep on bringing up January six. AM, okay, you could try. It's not going to stick, Go and play the clip. Representative Abrams. I want to ask you about your new book in a moment, but first on the news, given all your work on voting rights, when you see this so called audit in Arizona with cell phone jammers and UV lights and conspiracy theories about bamboo ballots brought in from Asia, what is happening there? It's a continuation of the big why, but more importantly and war concerning Lee, it's continuation of the insurrection. Of this attempt to descend this in franchise voters and to dismiss the legitimacy of our elections, and we know that this is only part of a larger intention. Just today, There were leaked audio from Heritage Action for America, where they admitted that this is model legislation being promulgated across the country through a vast Republican intention of limiting access to the right to vote because they think it's the best way to win. Boy did hear how he addressed her as representative Abrams. That's silly. You know this? Continuation of the insurrection. What an interesting way of putting this, but But If you examine the election. And you come up with no issue. Then what is the problem with that? I mean, if that's what really happened If you're saying if they really believe that they want what are they worried, right, right? Yes. I mean, if you got you got the good you go. Look. Here they are. Okay. That's a fair question. Right? Okay, Here's Here's so here we have Steve Bannon in his war room Pandemic show. Talking about the Maricopa Arizona ballot batches and listen to what you're going to find out. Go ahead bores. You've been out there The 1st 24 48 hours after November, 3rd If you told me in May of 2021 that the president of the Senate Karen fan who is as straight forward and you know, proactive but not a fire breather. Right if she had sent a letter like this to Maricopa County with these allegations of what they found just in three weeks of doing a forensic hand audit, I would say impossible, not giving with the Maricopa Board of Supervisors said in all the Katie Hobbs and Maricopa County. Everybody saying over and over and over again. This was the most secure procedurally best election in Arizona history. And have you have you know Erin Burnett every night with her mantra. How many audience you've already done, too. Aren't you are done to audits. So when I look at these three major piece will get into the legal part of second. Boris. All three of them are massive. Okay now. You have to understand what they've discovered and you were going to get into this sentiment. I want to go to clip 28 with Stacey Abrams, and she's talking about the recount is a continuation of the insurrection Listen, and according to the leaked audio, they've been meeting with secretaries of states with governors with legislators, all with the intent of putting forward legislation that will restrict access to the right to vote and make it easier for Republicans to win. And we should all be concerned because our elections are not about partisanship. It should not be a question of Republicans or Democrats gaming the system, but everyone being able to participate and make their own choices. What's so kind of Orwellian about all this is that the same time this is happening. Kevin McCarthy is saying that no one is contesting the legitimacy of the last election, which is Exactly what they're doing. Well, they're not only is not only is there this hypocrisy, but it's gaslighting. They are saying aloud that there's nothing wrong and at the exact same time they're pushing forward legislation to fix something they say is broken. Either They're lying, then the relying they're they're lying now, And the reality is the lie that continues to weave its way through our democracy is one that turns this issue of partisanship. His naked partisan grab. It distracts like the choice you're going to make. Oh, well, well, we're gonna find out who is.

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"edie amine" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

05:26 min | 4 months ago

"edie amine" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Will get back to Martin assumes we can To Uganda now, and lawyers acting for the victims of abduction and torture by security forces after the last elections have named senior military commanders, including one of the president's sons. The complaint, which is going to be presented at the International Criminal Court. They're filing it later today. We've been speaking to one of the lawyers, he said Bruce Ephron, He's professor of Laurette Rutgers University. He works with the opposition leader, Bobby Wine amongst others. A bit of a warning. The descriptions of the injuries that are alleged are a bit grim Be warned. We have discovered from dozens of sources that up to 3 to 4000 Ugandans have been abducted. And taken by informal governmental forces. Some counterterrorism forces held in unknown locations. No information given to the families. No charges filed. Many have been released and have signs of extreme physical abuse. Malnutrition. Scarification burns necrosis on the fingers, parts of flesh. Literally gouged out of their bodies when one man short a finger that was actually pulled off. And we've seen evidence of horrific torture and abuse. Is that harks back directly to the time of Edie Amine. Now prosecutors, the icy sea and now reviewing is it one submission or two submissions that you have made of the evidence that you brought together of this abuse? We have made a submission in January. As to the violence tied into the election campaign. We will be filing this supplemental complaint this morning that identifies the pattern of abductions and torture since the election on January, 14th what kind of response Has the government made when you make them aware of the allegations that you have. The government has never denied a single allegation. It is actually admitted that it is holding up to at least 613 individuals. It has acknowledged that they put them in military tribunal processes with no charges filed and no attorneys. It has never denied. Any allegation of torture or abuse. And it is not deny that it is abducting these individuals. Now, when you take a case, the zero cc you're doing it because legal avenues are exhausted in country, I understand Is that right in terms of laws, So what is the legal situation in Uganda Almost complete absence of the rule of law? The judiciary has degraded because it is now subject to complete physical. Coercion by the government. Leading members of the Supreme Court have served in the seventies Cabinet and served as his personal attorney. All of these individuals Have been placed in so called military process. And have no access to the civil courts at all. And I'm not charged with any civil offenses, so the entire judicial system has been incapable of responding to these charges. In fact, relatives frequently go to the civil police and they're told the police could do nothing. They're referred to the chieftain. Sea of military intelligence in terms of the names that you now place in your complaint. How have you for example, being able to identify some of the people that you say a responsible for holding these prisoners? Well, Lieutenant general who's the kind of regard be Who is the commander of the Special Forces Command and the Son of General New seven E. Has been identified as directing a unit by his own father that is holding 53 individuals hostage for the past four months and holding them in military prisons. So that's an example of how we've been able to identify General Mu 70 son by identified by name or identified by inference because of what the government has said or what the president has said. Yes, The president has said that this unit is holding these individuals. And since December 13th kind of Robbie has been the commander of that unit. So by inference he is legally responsible party when a complaint just remind us is made to the I, C C and obviously the whole issue off. International justice and African countries is hugely controversial bit of a headache issue, but for the I C C as much as for the countries involved when you make a complaint for the I. C C on this you're saying is the second one. Now that you've presented to them what happens next? The prosecutor will investigate and we'll make a judgment as to whether or not the Ugandans judicial system. Has become so corrupted that it can no longer handle these cases and hopefully they will decide to prosecute. That's Bruce Afran, professor of Lord Rutgers University, also representing a group of victims of abduction and torture, the alleged against security forces after the Ugandan election. We should say a lot of the allegations Center on the Special Forces Command the S F C on Let's get you updated on all the day's sports news Now James Craig is back..

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"edie amine" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"edie amine" Discussed on KCRW

"Madeleine brand. The crown has landed on my head way, not a killer. This is the way you have to be the killer. I wasn't offered before me. If you're trying to curse you can't pull shirt. We have so many disasters bombarding us right now. After Forest Whitaker is best known for his roles in big movies like Black Panther Arrival. Star Wars, Rogue one. He's been in more than 75 movies and even won an Oscar for his role playing Ugandan dictator Edie Amine in the last king of Scotland. I am I Superman. Thank you e know who you are, and everything that you know what I love you. Well now force Whitaker is starring in a TV Syria's It's called The Godfather of Harlem Pin, which he plays a sixties era crime boss named Bumpy Johnson. You me more like Can you think? What visitors to this country. Only difference is you came here by choice. I'm a second class citizen in my own country, and I had a fight boards mine. Robert Johnson was a real man in the TV series. He's joined by other real men of the era Malcolm X and Congressman Adam Clayton Powell. Johnson's nemesis is the Italian crime boss. Vincent the Chin Gigante. Forest Whitaker. Welcome to press play. That's great to be here. Great to have you tell us more about Bumpy Johnson? I don't think he is a household name for a lot of people who who was he in real life? Tell us more about him. Bobby Johnson. Was he crime boss that ran Harlem. Through decades up until the sixties. He's just player. He's a He's a poet. He's a Drug dealer and a murderer. And he's also philanthropist who, like help. This community had been working in this community to like up, lift them giving scholarships. And if things of that nature says weird kind of dichotomy to him because He walks a line that either you're gonna accept or not, So really an interesting, meaty character for you to delve into. Is that what attracted you to it that he was such a complicated Person. Well, honestly, I mean, I was approached by Mark wants with Jim Acheson and they came to me and they talked to me about without wanna develop something about O P. Johnson. But there have been a few things about Bobby Johnson, Laurence Fishburne and actually done a movie about public Johnson. But I decided that what was interesting with we were gonna be able to just a pose in this case. But me Johnson against a certain time in his life, which is sixties, which is like when the country was in a very volatile state and Movie or to Explorer through dealing with his partnership with his friendship with Michael Max Woods. Natural patch with I'm clean power, which which I think was, the more it was an interesting way to move into the time in the period. While exploring a person trying to live during that time and excelled during that time by any means that he had. Mm. I love going to play a clip of you with the Malcolm X character Malcolm X, played by Nigel Thatcher's You mentioned And this is just one bumpy Johnson is out of prison. He spent some time in Alcatraz and he's back in Harlem. It's been many years about 10 years or so, and things have changed. Boy Heroin comes out of these project hours than any other place in Harlem..

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"edie amine" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

06:49 min | 5 months ago

"edie amine" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"This'd is Lee Habib. And this is our American stories. And we tell stories about everything here on this show, but our favorite subject Well, it's redemption stories, stories of faith and hope and love. And my goodness. That's the story of so many Americans and faith, by the way, being a fundamental part of a large majority. The people of this country, and that's why we tell those stories and up next. The story of Dr Dennis Simp, eh, boy? Then it's you were born on April 20th 1967 in a small town in the African nation of Uganda. Tell us about Uganda, Eastern Africa, the probes that was so isn't Churchill called it the Pearl of Africa. Perfect weather, they say, and perfect people, happy people. But in the midst of that anarchy because we have idiot mean if you remember the famous city, it means the life was tough. About 80 degrees all you around, so it's just so tough that mama and his memory and clutching my baby sister's hand, we have to go to school, and there's a dead body in the path pathway. The were too young to jump over the body. And so remember the big debate. Should I go home if I go home and get into trouble, But they can't really just so So remember getting telling Sylvia Sylvia Close your eyes as we get to the body, and then we counted 123 and jumped over. And then it was black from them because it was just like every other military wasn't paid. The army wasn't paid so at night, they would come to our villages and loot and steal, raping as young as three years old. In fact, at one point, my village almost all the girls were pregnant by soldiers. And so that's life for me and not enough food. I didn't have shoes till I was six would climb mango trees for lunch. Guava trees for late for breakfast. It was just tough, tough. How did Edie I mean? Come to power? How does this happen in a country idea mean was It sounds like the same story repeated. You look at Saddam and some of this. Some of these other big guys, it was it was it was a favorite of the British factor was a card on the British Army. S so so he comes on. He was a hero at first, but but he turns it turns on us and gets greedy and starts to tribalism than it is the same old story of Africa. When the power that's the power issue on guess. Oh, he begins to get nervous when there's a listen. There's a power struggle between him and the West can like like Gadhafi. You know, it sounds like causes is very is too independent. He won't be a puppet, you know, but but with that comes The subject. Gatien and his his didn't go to school, so he's thinks money can be printed. So Oh, and then he then then then he's irritated by the Asians the Indians because they're running everything. So one day he decides you know what no more Indians want of Uganda to be run by Ugandans. Andy. Andy just exist. Three days He expels all Indians in 72 hours to leave the country and he literally takes Ugandans and gives them I mean, I remember this picture was young. I remember seeing him on TV walking down the main street. We had one main street in Kampala and was literally giving shops that are you belong to Asians. Has given them to You Take that one. You take the shoe shop you take And And of course, what happened is here, this Africans and now running things, but they were not trained to run. So of course, everything plummets. They artistic turmoil, turmoil, inflation it and so poverty said thin and what used to be the Pearl of Africa. Uganda was the breadbasket of the eastern East African cradle before had before then the best hospitals in Kampala. The idea mean, initially as he as he got nervous. He's wanted to squelch the rebellion. Of course, he became heavy handed. Then he'd said it to pivot, the more they got isolated. It began to pivot to the Arab world. And so they he wanted to turn Uganda into a Muslim nation with Sharia law, so it was illegal to wear miniskirts and it was illegal when he woke up, he said. I don't want to see slippers, sandals, slippers. I don't want to see people's feet on Deepa were actually literally arrested for for wearing slippers and sandals in town. In Kampala. They'd arrest you. It is. It was chaotic, chaotic but a zone sardonic and, of course, then music comes after church after church. Then he had to say he didn't like any of the independent religions, expressions of religion where Friday became a public holiday. So Friday was a public holiday for the Muslims, son. There was a public holiday for the so we had, like four days of work. You know, And of course, all of this is is plummeting the economy of things getting worse and and and worse in Western, so persecution. Then he began to outlaw all all independent legions. I'll expressions of faith. And and so that's began. The persecution of the archbishop was arrested and killed and so, so that was life under Edie Amine until he was ousted. And then what happened is all the tribalism and now those factions off military soldiers. And then the Arctic is said in just like some of these other places like they, Gaddafi and Libya and Iraq. That's what happened to the gun. So we have factions all over anarchy. Rule of law. Nothing. Nothing. The army wasn't paid and that come every night to rape and steal and kill and it was a disaster. So talk about your parents and what role that they play. Talk about that. Mind was tragic. My dad was there provider, but he had other women. In fact, they were more like concubines More open. We knew them. You knew them that one of them was my being my mother's best friend who lived next door. The daddy would come back home and and we would see him go to the neighbors and And I remember seeing Mommy in just dealing with Wow. And so and so that was confusing for me as a boy and had come up drunk at night. 11 P.m. usually beating Miami and by then, every time I came out of the first born every time I came out Two to their little rumors that this is this is this is beating her he would stop. So that that caused me to think. Oh, I can help you. I can help Mommy. And and over the.

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"edie amine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:03 min | 5 months ago

"edie amine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Shortly before noon. 11 45 this morning boy who fell out of ground to cover our right. We start with this. Yeah, There's a lot of concern about what the name bulls more now that Baltimore is going to be very you, trey, I guess is the French would say. I'm just concerned about one part of town at least for this particular moment. That's Canton Canton waterfront. Was named after China folks. Needed for the town in China. Mm. We can't let that go by. Clearly the Chinese are doing some pretty ugly things. The week a minority to their own population of slave labor going on. Suppression of religion going on. We have to rename it to something less objectionable. Like Edie Amine Ville would be potentially a possible This is such a distraction. And sometimes I think that maybe Brandon Scott is a real smart guy, and he's figured out that it didn't keep us distracted on this nonsense stuff. We won't notice how many people are being murdered. On a daily basis here in Baltimore, or kind of Sebold were still was that racist? I can't Okay. Good deal until what time 11 46 this morning. Good And who knows? What'll change your shit on them. We have serious problems in the city of Baltimore, serious continuing problems in the city of Baltimore, and let's not mention any of them. Okay, let's instead focus on What statue? We're going to take down in order to be politically correct for this moment. This is absolute idiocy. And you know what? The sheep were gonna buy it. It's a sad thing. They're gonna be enough folks out there who simply get their news from You know any of the broadcast TV stations in town, save one. Or who read the Baltimore Sun Newspapers and the Baltimore Sun, Of course, But the bullet was son spin on this. They're not people who were going to say, you know. Mm hmm. We gotta give her little statues and then everything will be okay. And they'll look back and say it certainly worked when we get rid of those Confederate statues a couple years ago, didn't it? We get one of those Confederate statues. Crime rates plummeted after that, because they were a part of the problem. Clearly. And now we've discovered that another part of the problem is Obviously having parts of town, named after print people who were prominent at one point or another. And then now we have to actually do what we were then, because turns out many of them were slave owners. We're going to run short on names. Could we maybe do let's do a vegan thing. From now on, instead of being Canton. Keep a similar Cantaloupe. Because I don't think the cantaloupes are objectionable at all. Instead of Donald Donald Square. It would be a spirit a square. Again. This stuff. I'm just I'm spitballing here to a degree, because I mean, I realize that this is now a crucial thing for the administration of Brandon Scott. So I think I'm gonna go to that. We're gonna go with vegetable names for parts of the city at least until Militant vegetarians begin to object because we're somehow Dehumanizing are vegetables. Can we not name anything Kale or keen Wa, though? Just a personal favor. I've heard those two words more than I want to hear them for the rest of my life, particularly during lockdown somehow, every day. Well, look, this has kale in it. Oh, we're delighted. Keen Wa salad. First of all, it took me like six months to figure out that keen wa is spelled quinoa. Yes, but I don't care fine. It's keen Wa You know, maybe we could name like a really disgusting part of town. Keen wa The sanitation plant. Smell good and one name that keen wa They leave the area right around the prison, Kale. The best ones you don't like should have unpleasant associations in the city as well. And we're not gonna go with vegetable names. Can we go with animal names? Could you possibly say well? You know, I think what we're gonna do here's The zoo. Obviously, we could you know Elefant Ville. You know, it's pretty easy. Cathedral Street. Well, if he has a little bit too much of a religious thing going, don't you know? I'm gonna have to just change that around. Can't be Cathedral street anymore. Could be. Oh, you know, that's other plant, maybe give the cat of nine Tails street. Please keep the cat part. It would be easier for people make that transition. This is such a distraction. On. I don't know if it's a plan that distraction or if The mayor of the city of Baltimore. His priorities are such that he actually believes that this is something we should be spending Emotional time on focusing our emotions on This is something that Unless we get this solved, the city cannot possibly move forward. In a just and equitable fashion. Until you tear down all the appropriate statues. I'll get to everybody sooner or later. Actually, I kinda like, have a statue of me put up just so they could tear it down just so I could talk about all the radio. Just very practical terms here. You know if we could get a statue of Bruce Elliot, maybe 12 FT. Directed someplace so.

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"edie amine" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:36 min | 6 months ago

"edie amine" Discussed on KGO 810

"Live and and right there at the top of my feed. You'll see a pole. Go to that pole and you vote. And right now pull up your pants. Leads 57.9% of the voting, she conceives pretty close. Meantime, Albert is calculating texts. And the text line is even closer. So this may go down to a buzzer beater won five voting process. 80 88 10 it is, you know, there's no mail in voting yet. Maybe next year that would further complicate things. But the one thing I will say that has been revealed today. Kim Trophies for Mark's madness. Are also visible on Twitter. Fresh face producer Albert put them up there. I retweeted them and you'll be able to see this is serious business to us, and they have spinning gadgets on them, which is very cool. Well, you call them gadgets, and you're right about them being cool, of course, but we call them discs. Oh, yes, It's a spinning center disk. They offer a lot of flash. We had to pay more for that. Show. That's what we'd like them to be referred to in the Proper way. Um Oh, this is a good sorry. Here we go. Is a text with and then I'm gonna move on with this. Don't you just texted from the seven Oh, seven. Can we get three warning when you're going to play that garbage? So I can turn down the radio pulleys. I think that's referring to your K pop garbage. Fresh face producer Albert And someone did mention this in the text. Um The, uh I want to try to find the actual text but essentially said Now that you've forced Albert To stop speaking. We have to listen to you the whole time. Let me be clear. I did not force Albert to stop speaking. I'm desperately trying to figure out a way where I can get over to speak. It's just that they won't let him speak. But leave me. I am. Dying to hear out more of Albert, One of the reasons Albert produces this show if I could just be perfectly frank about it. Is not only because if Promises a producer is unrivaled. Because his voice sounds young to me, and so it fits with his Nickname. Fresh faced producer Albert Fresh face, young guy, If I was to call a fresh faced young guy, some guy comes area Mark, What do you need? It just wouldn't work. But Albert sounds young is young. And he's a marvelous young influence on the show, and I wish we were hearing from, but right now He is forced to just do the march Madness videos. Sensor Albertus censored. Yeah, but I'll tell you, I didn't do it. I want you to know. All right. Thank you. Thank you for them. Who is having that conversation happening above my my pay grade. In any case. Thank you for your text. Thank you for your last Yaphet Kodo died. You know who you offered? Coto is you do He played The bad guy in James Bond. He played it the great villain and James Bond. And he played in homicide life on the streets. He played the Edie Amine. And that film about Edie Amine. And he played in midnight run. He played the FBI agent. You know your third kowtow. You seen him in so many things I have to say when I saw that he passed away it really It really hit me. You know, it's maybe that I grew up with him, or you know that his face is so very familiar. But This star of homicide and alien. He was an alien he played. I thought he was brilliant in alien, one of the great things they did with that movie. Was they Made ya fat Coto and I believe it was Harry Dean Stanton. They were the two guys and the kind of the In the boiler room of the Of the ship. In alien at the beginning who are sort of complaining as working class guys that they don't want to stop on the planet. They want to go home and unless you're gonna pay me more to stop on the planet I don't want to stop and I thought that was a real Almost realistic texture. That was added to that part of the movie, and he I thought sold that role so well it again. It wasn't even one of his bigger roles, but He was just brilliant in that film. The Piece of What do you are going to play for you from your third kowtow? I don't think I'm gonna hear anywhere else. You're going to hear him as a bond villain. He was in Taliban Let die. And it's a living. Let die. He played her. I believe it was to live and let die, wasn't it? Albert delivered. Let die. Mama? Sure of it. Google it all right? But To live and let die. He played this bond villain who did that thing that that then made fun of in Austin powers, and that thing is, you know where you lower bond and the girl into this Tank of sharks. You know it's been. It's been completely parodied a million times now. But that was the original bond scene where they cut a little bit of bond's wrist. Yeah, that kowtow does that and the blood drips into the pool and the sharks start swarming and he begins lowering this thing. He wants to watch Bond suffer with the Emma fatale who is Tied to bond And spoiler alert. Bond gets out of it, but you hear that scene played and you'll hear stuff from homicide because he's brilliant. He's got just tremendous acting chops. But here Kowtow talks about how an opportunity came to him. Yeah, fed Kota. I was on the street. Doing across 110th Street. I believe he was then vice president of United Artists came up to me in the street and said, What do you doing directly after you do the phone, So I said, probably going home. He says I wouldn't count on it. I think you better get ready to go there. And went to for a living My di And that's how it got living. Let die. Because he just happened to be shooting a film across the street. You know, right place right time with the right chops right to get it done. Yeah, offered kowtow from midnight run from homicide. Hey, was 81 years old. And again. I just saw the news and I thought, Wow, I grew up watching that guy. And now he's passed away. He's one of them people where you you would know his face. Even if you don't know his name because you've seen him in so many things. He played opposite a lot of very good actors, too. And you know when you watch great acting First of all you're not even aware of just feels real. I mean, look at midnight run. It feels real, even though it's this over the top concept. And it's kind of like listening to a great band. You know when he's in a scene with Ned Beatty or Alfred Watered or Charles Durning. You know, it's it's an amazing thing. Or Robert DeNiro. You know, DeNiro and Groden and midnight run. It's an amazing thing to witness and to be part of. So anyway. Yeah. Third kowtow. Passes away at 81. You know if you saw there was a story on The uber drivers in the United Kingdom and how they've upgraded. The uber drivers to get paid vacation and pensions because of a Supreme Court ruling over there. So they've reclassified 70,000 uber drivers in the United Kingdom. Because of the Supreme Court ruling. So they call them workers. So This is a classification unique to employment law. Because they're not calling them employees per se, and that's a natural class of worker there in the UK, they call them workers. So as workers, they'll be entitled to minimum wage, vacation time and a pension. And Uber doesn't apply that to the over each people the food delivery workers there..

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"edie amine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"edie amine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Us. Think Dong with you, buddy. Hey, pal, I'm gonna mention something which is kind of a bummer. Show that he offered Kodo died. Right. Uh, a guy from always been into me. Did you know he played the FBI agent? Midnight Run played. Edie Amine. He played them. Yeah. Leave the bad guy. He played the bond villain in live and let die. Yeah, Nobody mind wrote that. Um, midnight Run. Is that right? Yeah. I thought that was his best role. Yeah, Coto, and I don't know I I love that movie loved it. Hey. Quick question. Sorry, guys come by when you're not singing that suicide song from Ash what Morgan's been banging on me the whole whole like commercial break. I told you it's just it was. It was, like, cool at the time. You know, it's a mash song, and it was appropriate. But you said it wouldn't be cool amongst your friends. No, I'm not. I never would have been. I'm not trying to be cool amongst your friends. Okay, Well, if you don't sing that song to carry, Okay, what's like your backup plan? If you want to try and be cool. Uh, I never try to be called by my second favorite. Did you have a second song Mark, or do you want? I did? No, no, no, I don't want to. But what was yours? Uh, it's strong and I recommend it for anyone. But you gotta carry okey. It's daydream Believer. That's a great because and here's why it's good. Cause it's upbeat. And never never did. And everybody knows you can get everybody to sing with you. You know what I mean? So it's kind of e thought I had it for you was gonna play a little bit of it. But let's let's play. It s okay. You know what.

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Yaphet Kotto, 'Alien' Actor and Bond Villain, Has Died at 81

Fresh Air

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Yaphet Kotto, 'Alien' Actor and Bond Villain, Has Died at 81

"Yaphet Kotto has died Kowtow, played a bond villain and starred in the movies Alien A Midnight run. His wife confirmed his death on Facebook. He was 81 years old. MPR's Elizabeth Blair has this remembrance. With a burly presence and a wide smile. Yaphet kowtow could play both tough and charming. In NBC's homicide. Life on the streets, Kowtow played a hardened but paternal Baltimore police lieutenant, a role that earned him for and double up Image Award nominations. You can't serve two masters, Michael. Yeah, that Kota was born in New York City. He landed his first acting job at age 19, playing a fellow on stage. Kota was nominated for an Emmy for playing Edie Amine in the 1976 TV movie raid on and to be paying tribute to kowtow director Ava Duvernay rights. He's one of those actors who deserved more than the parts he got. He took those parts and made them wonderful. All the same Elizabeth

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"edie amine" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:36 min | 6 months ago

"edie amine" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Had ruptured chloroquine Trump was right about We've been using it. We'll go back. My group went into Uganda after Edie Amine was overthrown in 1979. And the rivers were so full of bodies made a Christian bodies that the crocodiles weren't even bothering them, and we've been working to repair the damage. Of tyranny since 1985 And we we've been taking head Roger Chloroquine. So stay 1985. So let me just stop for a second day. Let me thank you for that. That beautiful mission that dangerous mission but be George, Are you sure you can continue the call? Because Are you sure you're okay? This'll harmless. It's warded off and it's cheap. It's warded off everything that I've ever come in contact with since 1985 And, uh and e get my supply from Canada because I have to say when I order it that I'm not taking it for Kobe. It's even said Thank you for coming After me. You just know it. Zamalek area. It's an anti malaria drug because I'm going back down there. Uh, do you ever now? E. No. That's President Trump. He really was correct about. I don't think anybody's here. You know, there's a woman No, no. There was a woman who turned out to have been a Democrat kind of agitator type who had gone to the press and said My boyfriend He heard, Trump say. Breaking news on CNN, Donald Trump has suggested that people inject bleach into their lungs using a syringe. It's just it's so politicized. George appreciate the phone call. Thank you for recognizing the work that the team maybe is done to make sure Russia's wisdom is still with us. And God bless you for that beautiful mission that you and your family went on. Glad you're safe. We'll come back on the network Todd Herman, your guide today. He made it look so easy Remembering rush on the EI Be network.

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"edie amine" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"edie amine" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Miss. It's the doctor. Next drug stuff going on there at area 51. Yeah, they know that. You think that stupid not is stuck. They picked it back in the forties, and they're stuck with a guy had Jared. Yeah, I believe you have some. Ah, some audio to finish off the debate stuff. Yeah, we talked about Trump's debate Prep. Now, let's talk about what By now he's prepping for the dependable. My guest is it's going to be just trade attack. They're gonna be mostly personal, something he knows how to do. He doesn't know how to debate the fact he's not that smart. He doesn't know that many facts he doesn't know much about foreign policy doesn't know much about domestic policy. You don't know much about the details. And so he can do what he wants. I think he'll like you said it will be mostly, you know, uh, personal attacks on lies, but I think the American people are onto him. Well, it doesn't matter. Biden if you forgot more details than he's ever known. Look right, You have to still bring the details yourself. Not a bad strategy. It's true. Even Trumpers, I think would admit that You know, he's not a real big detail person. He's a big picture guy, depending on how you look at that. But you, Joe Biden are going to have to have your wherewithal and bring all of those facts. No problem. Look, I'll be taking a lot of federal that day. Besides, look, look, we got people doing everything we can to make sure that he can't hack the year peace that cover up with flesh colored tape in my ear. Okay, you'll be getting your props. Yeah. Yeah, with the With Biden. He's just gotta look just alive. Ready to go. You got that? A dream A crook. I'm here. Terrific. Thie queue. People are saying that you're taking the adrenal crow green during a chrome right from Haiti the other day, Hillary fluid up on a helicopter. Great down. Another wasn't speaking about something. What else? We had another Biden it was comparing him to that Nazi propagandist. So this is this is this is what this is amazing to me. And and again I don't care who you vote for me trying to persuade you of anything. I'm just calling them as I see them. If Trump says anything, it's an attack. It's trump attacks. This trump attacks that, but I haven't seen one headline that describes what Biden said is an attack. He basically Compared the president of states. Tio, he says Goebbels I thinkit's Curb. ALS is the way to say it the Hitler's propaganda guy that's not attack others saying it's right. But hey, is politics. Let's let it all go. But I love the fact that everything that Trump says is an attack. Oh, but from the point of view of most of the media is well, why wouldn't he say that? Of course, he's much like many people from Hitler's. Maybe a few people might disagree, but he's started like Goebbels. You say the lie long enough keeping PT repeated repeated it becomes common knowledge. I think he's trying to make some. But that's not an attack should not just be. Should that be. Reported. As Joe Biden attacks, Trump says that he's like Nazi propaganda, but that's not an impact. Truck If Trump says Ah, Jo, sleepy, Joe. Oh, here come the attacks again. Harry comes with the attacks. Look, the Jovi's Edie Amine, Look, look at Trump Stop attacking Joe Biden. We're calling him medium mean He's never he's not known for cannibalism. How do we know? Look at me working around I look, there's a lot of questions. Lot of answers. We may hear may not get the bait, but look. Ah, don't call me gerbils. I have nothing to be intelligent. Goebbels. Yeah, go, Bailey said Goebbels. I'm not George Gobel wasn't on Hollywood squares. I don't know A lot of weird jokes just doing my job. You're not even arson being all right. What's next? Meanwhile, to your point there, you mentioned attack, right? This This headline where I got the sound from here. It said that Trump attacks media while in Missouri, he was in. Ah does this every time By the way, I've tuned into 10 or 15 minutes of the Trump rally here are there and they're all kind of choreographed exactly the same. They look, they barely look exactly alike. He uses a lot of these lines, usually within the first cause. I only watched the 1st 10 or 15 minutes. Usually in the first five minutes, he points to the press and the Let me guess he says something about the lights turned off. It's when I don't even know if that's true. Do they actually have a cut sign? He's going after the press turnoff, But yes, but now it gets reported as it is the first time he said it He kind of doesn't everywhere he goes. Yes, he attacks the press here is Free airwaves. They lie over the free hours. They use.

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"edie amine" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"edie amine" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Hey, guys, I'm here. A Jeffrey Lichtman, the Fame criminal Defense attorney joins us. So, Jeffrey, we're just talking about the coming smear of Amy Cockney Barrett. Don't you think the dams have to be a little bit careful, because if they look like they're beating up on a nice woman that would not be good optics for them with it. Well. She's also got a number of adopted Children from Haiti, so I don't think that's really good look at they start stomping on some woman who was a religious and kind enough actually adopt some underprivileged kids. But of course, the Democrats will do that in the early start, And they're saying that she hasn't been a judge long enough. She's only been justice on seventh Circuit for a few years. We'll find this funny Michael because there's been a number of Supreme Court justices. Cor, never judges at all, including William Rehnquist. Wizard White was never one. So you know this is the type of thing they're going to do, But look, it doesn't make it difference what they do to her. Because of the end of the day. It's just the votes. If taken, the Republicans can convince everyone of senators to vote for her. This is over. Doesn't make a difference. Edie Amine could be nominated as the Supreme Court justices, and he would be getting a firm. Well, well favor on the right. Mitch McConnell would support him. I'm sure exactly, Geoffrey. Good mornings, Joe. Great to talk to you. I want to ask you about the presidents. Tax returns and whether or not there may have been a crime committed here in releasing his tax returns. I guess they may have been illegally obtained. That's why they're not sharing it with anybody else and won't give you the full transcript. What's your thought? Is there? Is there some illegality possible here? Well, there's definitely an illegality because you're not allowed to. Ah, leak the tax returns after private without a subpoena. But look, the bottom line is nobody cares. This is what the press does whether it's supposed whether it's a New York Times they don't really care when they're destroying somebody's life. They're not really concerned about whether it's legally they're just concerned about getting the material intently. Trump can do anything at this point. It's going to stop this just literally hours before the first debate, which is why the Times did this. But I found incredible, though, is that there's no mention after pouring through Italy how many tax returns 10 years of tax returns that there's any payments from any Russian operatives and where we wait for that he was supposedly being controlled by the Russians. Where's that money away? They're saying that he's got tremendous financial issues and that he didn't pay any tax that for a couple of years, he paid $750 a year. Here's my question. Why's that? A problem in America? You're allowed to do everything you can be attacked, so to pay his little packs is possible What could be healed, But he hasn't been indicted for this. Has he been ordered it and found 20 the money. Look, he's done. What everybody else did in every degenerate at the New York Times would do, which is namely produced their tax that he had a lot of losses and he carried them forward to offset gains. I mean, look We all do this. Why is that a problem? But suddenly with the New York Times, this is what they're basically like this. What liberals saying? Listen, we don't care that you're following the tax code. We don't care that you only paid 700. We are just so angry that you're not paying as much as we are. It's a joke. Look, this is the law if he provided by the law It's fun. The Liberals want you to pay more, even if legally, you're not required to. I want to know which liberal would say I'm going to pay double or triple the taxes this year and that so because I want to show that I'm a patriotic Americans. There's a little American on the planet that is going to pay more taxes were supposed to alright, Fame criminal defense attorney Jeffrey Look, You know, I would love to get an audit of the corporate taxes of The New York Times. I bet they have a whole bunch of accountants and lawyers tried to figure out how to reduce their tax. Burden. All right. Jeffrey Lichtman joins us every Monday at seven. Thanks, Jeffrey. Take it easy. Right up next. Hey, let's play chicken. You're not gonna believe what one guy chipped his tooth on and the fire was raging because of well, Cem. Chicken poop. We've got wacky chicken stories coming up next. You don't want to miss those believing they are 2020 I Heart radio Music Festival so money once in a lifetime music moments and the on ly Way to see them is on the CW 11 Tonight at eight. You want to see Miley Cyrus Channel Debbie Harry with iconic cover of Blondie's heart of glass. And that's just one of those once in a lifetime moments that happen every year at R I Heart Radio Music Festival relive it tonight at eight on the C W 11 to see all those great moments. I'm already fighting with your w O r traffic. The L I E. On the westbound side on Leon's are subject to closure. Exit 20 into exit 19 Queens Boulevard. It's an accident investigation. Traffic is jammed from before the ClearView. It's about a 90 minutes. Slow down. Van Wyk is not looking good, either. On the north bound side by Jewel Avenue. Couple lanes are blocked off of the crash. And if you're heading for New Jersey 80 east, bound by exit, 64 route, 17 overturned vehicle. The right lane is blocked off. You also still have this closure. Eastbound 78 between Exit six and Exit seven jackknifed tractor trailer and Debris spill..

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"edie amine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"edie amine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Democrats are actively rooting against a vaccine they wanted to destroy Hydra. And they did the eyes of a lot of people you cannot. If the president mentions it, it's bad. Doesn't matter how effective it is. Doesn't matter what studies back it up. It's Donald Trump is for it were against it. And the media, of course, dutifully falls in line, Tio Help. They're all about helping. They're very interested in the cause. So yesterday I'm not wasn't yesterday yesterday feels like a Sunday It was Sunday on CNN Danna Bash was interviewing Camilla Harris, the number two Democrat on the ticket. I asked Chester basic question. Trust back. Well, I wouldn't trust anything comes out of this White House is well, if there's a vaccine that goes through all the hoops It goes through all the rigmarole all the process. And gets FDA approval before and there's a really possibility it's a longshot still, but there's a really possibility That there could be a vaccine, a successful vaccine announced. Before the election. That would be bad for Democrats because they've spent the last six months saying how incompetent Donald Trump is My God, he's out there, killing people with Corona virus. He should have done so much more. And you wonder. What could he have done? What power? Does the president have to stop Democrats from ordering infected people into nursing homes? None whatsoever. Even Joe Biden had to admit I remember a couple weeks ago, Joe Biden said that he would On day one mandate masks be worn across the country. Everywhere. And now he's saying Well, The president doesn't There's a constitutional question. The president doesn't really have the power to mandate mass. He's walked that back, as they say. And now he's saying that he would suggest two governors. He would apply pressure to governors to implement a nation wide mask mandate. Just insane. He doesn't know what the hell he's doing. But camera Harris and talking to Dana Bash Basically said that she wouldn't trust another A lot of people out there. Not us. Thank God but lot of people out there who would listen to Camel Harris and say, Well, maybe she's onto something. If there's a vaccine announced, I'm not going to take it because it's probably poison like Donald Trump. I love that. They say that Donald Trump is trying to get people to die. By holding these rallies. I'm not sure what school of election hearing these people went to, but it is not a particularly effective campaign strategy to kill off your voters, right? I'm just throwing it out there. Now. Democrats seem to be trying to infect their voters because they're encouraging everybody to go out and protest loot Riot whatever. And it's all there. Excusing all of this. But that's never referred to as a super spreader event in any way, shape or form and you can't even in New York City, for example, New York State they have explicitly forbidden the contact tracers. From asking anybody who's infected if they in fact attending the protest. Because they don't want to know they don't want that data. If you don't ask, you can't get it. But camera Harris here is now actively trying to This way, people From getting any potential vaccine. Should it come? Before the election cut to go ahead. So let's just say there's a vaccine that is approved and even distributed before the election, But you get it well. I think that's going to be an issue for all of us. I will say that I would not trust Donald Trump, and it would have to be a credible source of information. That talks about the efficacy and the reliability of whatever he's talking about. I will not take his word for it. I don't trust Donald Trump. No, I would not take a vaccine Do no way. Get away from me. He's probably trying to poison all of us. They kill us. Just so he could lie. So the FDA see government is bad government is bad government is not to be trusted. So empower us so we could make government bigger. You can trust government under us going to talk about, you know, every time President Trump tweets negatively about a Jim Acosta or some other member of the media. What is the left? Do they immediately clutch their pearls? My goodness. It's a threat to our democracy, the very fabric of our democracy. What a horrible thing he's doing, criticizing these wonderful firefighters as they rushed towards the story. They're heroes. Don't trust him. Don't it's evil and now give us power, and then you can trust everything. Almost like they're lying, but to sit there, there are people who go. I'm not going to get a vaccine because Donald Trump is probably lying about Donald Trump has no say over this. Donald Trump has no sway over any of you think that Donald Trump everyday Okay, Reporters leave Oval Office. I got to get to work, and they closed the doors. And immediately. Donald Trump and Jared Kushner put on lab coats. Bust out the The microscopes and start mixing chemicals together. They get the buns and burner going over in the corner. Let's cook up something as a vaccine, and they were close enough. Let's just go. No. That's nothing. He's got other things to Dio. But that's what they want you to believe that every day, Donald Trump is calling the FDA and saying, Yes, I know that this is killing people left and right in these clinical trials, but I need this. So what's what's a little genocide in order to secure my reelection? So Democrats would have you believe In the process. They're going to be a lot of people who should get right off the bat. The people who should get vaccinated are the people who are the highest risk older people with preexisting conditions. People with certain preexisting conditions we know Who the Virus impacts the most and the worst and who has the highest probability of serious consequences or death should they become infected? They should be the first to get it. And there are going to be some of them roughly about 40% of them the breakdowns of the parties who would look at that and go I'm not going to do that. I'd rather stay vulnerable than be poisoned by Donald Trump. Because of things like what? You just heard. Unchallenged on CNN from camera Harris, there's no short circuiting the FDA approval process. There is speeding it up, Which is what operation Warp Speed has done. I'll explain that in a second, but let's talk to Ray and Reisterstown. Hey, Ray, what's going on? Yes, the Hydra of core Quinn. This is a factoid that came out on the limb Bell program into was only 62nd segment. Maybe people missed it. But there is a country call you banned in Central Africa and dead Central Africa because it's in central Africa. Lots of rivers run right through it because that is the malaria capital of the world because it's the malaria, capital of the world. People have begun to take a D. C Q more frequently than you and I have hot dinners. Okay. Uganda has 60 million people about one exercise of the United States and Grant is a rural country and thanks, Edie Amine. Killing Children. There are too many people live my age and those there are there no nursing homes. For that. It's still all things they're not equal family people have died in Uganda. Since the beginning of March..

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"edie amine" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"edie amine" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We are C daily press conferences, and he's having in the covert 19 reviving those bringing them back to life. It's all a factoring it's all part of Trump's gaming round. But I actually don't believe he'd lost that much ground. See, this is what I don't fall for The fact that Trump was 14 points behind. You telling me that? Ah, weeks worth of press conference is gonna bring him back from 14 to 4. Maybe, but I have and then other things, too, that they want to chalk this up to I? I just I don't believe Trump was ever that far, especially in these in these swing district sorbet. Whatever they're calling these toss up states in these places that Trump barely won over Hillary. But here's look folks, here's the point. I said last week that they that Biden has got to keep somehow Trump's approval number. The media 45% are below. This CNN Paul would trump down on Ly for changes everything. This is this may force Biden to come on the last thing That they wanted. They're going to do something to reverse this. Harris the same way the gift of the I think. They were looking at owning this week, virtually But the Trump team is going to have a nightly recap in a Democratic. Is that not going to be great the Democrats going to do their convention? It is virtual convention, and when it's over every night trump in a gang. I'm going to co opt all a band with they can And they are going to have a wee cap. And it's going to be a blast. You just wait there. Problem is They have No alternative. Because in polling data right now the country has a 51% support of Trump's handling of the virus. 51% Agree with Trump's vision for handling the virus. Similar number on getting back to school, a similar number on Trump supporting the economy. People think Trump is better suited on all of these things dealing with the virus Getting schools reopened, getting the economy back up and running. In fact, there's even a major support for Trump's reaction to rioting and other issues. You know, Durham? And the indictment of Ah, the plea deal with Kevin Kline Smith. Foreign policy. All these things were helping Trump right now. So when, when Trump allows The Attorney General William Barr, and Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, Betsy DeVos, and education and this great guy, John Scott Atlas. When they let this won't do the media hate this guy. Oh, they It's got O because they're scared of him because Scott atlases exact 180 degree position from them. On the virus. Oh, and there's something else here, folks. Uh, the mayor of Minnesota, I believe is very quietly here Come out in support of Hydra. Cora Hydroxide. Clark would let me find this. Ah, it is. It's It's a It's a quiet story. It's being kept very quiet. I think Yes, Another Democrat quietly reverses the ban on hydroxide Clark one Minnesota governor quietly reverses course On hydroxide chlorine. Oh, no and Scott Atlas. Has been there all the way on the effectiveness of hydroxide Clark when, when this when this governor when the Minnesota governor Quietly reverses course. On this, And here's what you want Another little interesting. This little tidbit of information you've heard of the country of Uganda. And there's a reason you probably have heard of Uganda is because they once had a murderous madman running the show there named Edie Amine Dada. And there were many movies made of me that I am his own GP drove around, just assassinate people. Big guy just ran around pointing guns, automatic weapons of shooting people. Bad guy. Uganda has 42 million people, That's its population. Maybe. I mean, didn't quite wiped them all out. Hydroxide Clark when is used every day and all the time in Uganda for malaria. Lots of mosquitoes in Oregon did right there in the middle of Africa. And they have a huge malaria problem spread by mosquitoes. So hydroxide Clark when is used liberally? You know how many deaths have occurred in? Oh, ganda. Since the pandemic began. Try 13. 13 deaths in God, and they use hydroxide Clark when liberally for malaria. Which is what it was invented for, and which is what it Wass tested for. They've had 1500 Corona virus cases in Uganda. 13 deaths. 1142 people have recovered. In large part because of hydroxide chlorine. So my friends Our Lady of perpetual hysteria. Nancy Pelosi is in panic now. Trying to make the post office now the focus of Trump's stealing the election. They've got some video of some people moving a couple of post office boxes, which, of course of federal violation and are trying to claim the Trump campaign's ordering people out there to Ah, To make this happen. But I'm just I'm just this. This one move. From being down 10 points in the CNN poll. The four points changes everything, particularly now on the week during the week of the Democratic Convention. Here's a story huge Joe Biden alienated black voters by choosing Kamala Harris. The latest Rasmussen poll found that a third of black likely voters said they're less likely to vote for Biden after he picked Kamala Harris, a third said that they were more likely to do so. And another third either, said the VP pick had no impact on their votes. Or that they weren't sure yet what impact it will have I'm just going to read you a pull. Quote from the story. This is from the story. This is not your host. Tell Rush, okay? Camilla Harris among the slimiest of politicians and her prickly style makes her less likeable as well. While Biden may have thought he would bolster his intersectionality credentials by picking the Democrats, great Black Asian female hope is his VP..

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"edie amine" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"edie amine" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"To Russia's Week in review. I do believe that Trump's daily press conferences and he's having a covert 19 reviving those bringing them back to life, and it's all a factoring it's all part of Trump's gaming round. But I actually don't believe he'd lost that much ground. See, this is what I don't fall for The fact that Trump was 14 points behind. You telling me that? Ah, weeks worth of press conference is gonna bring him back from 14 to 4. Maybe, but I and then other things, too, that they want to chalk this up to I? I just I don't believe Trump was ever that fart, especially in these in these swing district sorbet. Whatever they're calling these toss up states in these places that Trump barely won over Hillary. But here's look folks, here's the point. I said last week that they that Biden has got to keep somehow Trump's approval number. The media 45% are below. This CNN Paul would trump down on Ly for changes everything. This is this may force Biden to come. It's the last thing That they wanted. They're going to do something to reverse this. Harris the same way they're going to the I think. They were looking at owning this week virtually, but the Trump team is gonna have a nightly re camp in a democratic and is that not going to be great the Democrats going to do their convention in virtual convention You know when it's over every night trump in a gang. I'm going to co opt all a band with they can And they are going to have a wee cup and it's gonna be a blast. You just wait there. Problem is They have No alternative. Because in polling data right now the country has a 51% support of Trump's handling of the virus. 51% Agree with Trump's vision for handling the virus. Similar number on getting back to school, a similar number on Trump supporting the economy. People think Trump is better suited on all of these things. Dealing with the virus getting schools reopened, getting the economy back up and running. In fact, there's even a major support for Trump's reaction, deriving and other issues. You know, Durham and the indictment of Ah, the plea deal with Kevin Kline Smith. Foreign policy. All these things, they're helping Trump right now. So when, when Trump allows The Attorney General William Barr, and Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, Betsy DeVos, and education and this great guy, John Scott Atlas. When they let this won't do the media hate this guy. No. Oh, it's gone. Oh, man, because they're scared of him because Scott atlases exact 180 degree position from them. On the virus. Oh, and there's something else here, folks. Uh, the mayor of Minnesota, I believe is very quietly here. Come out in support of Hydra. Cora hydroxide. Clark would let me find this. Ah, it is it za Quiet story. It's being kept very quiet. I think Yes, Another Democrat quietly reverses the ban on hydroxide Clark win. Minnesota governor quietly reverses course On hydroxide Clark went Oh, no. And Scott Atlas has been there all the way on the effectiveness of hydroxide Clark. When When this when this governor when the Minnesota governor Quietly reverses course. On this, And here's what you want Another little interesting. This little tidbit of information you've heard of the country of Uganda. And there's a reason you probably have heard of Uganda is because they once had a murderous madman running the show there named Edie Amine Dada. And there were many movies made of meat and die in his own GP drove around, just assassinate people. Big guy just ran around pointing guns, automatic weapons or shooting people. Bad guy. Uganda has 42 million people, That's its population. Maybe I mean dot dot didn't quite wiped them all out. Hydroxide Clark when is used every day and all the time in Uganda for malaria. Lots of mosquitoes in Oregon did right there in the middle of Africa. And they have a huge malaria problem spread by mosquitoes. So hydroxide Clark when is used liberally? You know how many deaths have occurred in? Oh, ganda. Since the pandemic began. Try 13. 13 deaths in Oh, God, and they use hydroxide Clark when liberally for malaria. Which is what it was invented for, and which is what it was tested for. They've had 1500 Corona virus cases in Uganda. 13 deaths. 1142 people have recovered. In large part because of hydroxide chlorine. So my friends Our Lady of perpetual hysteria. Nancy Pelosi is in panic now. Trying to make the post office now the focus of Trump's stealing the election. They've got some video of some people moving a couple of post office boxes, which, of course of federal violation and are trying to claim the Trump campaign's ordering people out there to Ah, To make this happen. But I'm just I'm just this. This one move. From being down. 10 points in the CNN poll of four points, changes everything, particularly now on the week during the week of the Democratic Convention. Here's a story huge Joe Biden alienated black voters by choosing Kamala Harris. The latest Rasmussen poll found that a third of black likely voters said they're less likely to vote for Biden after he picked Kamala Harris. Ah, third said that they were more likely to do so. And another third either, said the VP pick had no impact on their votes. Or they weren't sure yet what impact it will have.

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"edie amine" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"edie amine" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Foreign policy. All these things were helping Trump right now. So when, when Trump allows The Attorney General William Barr, and Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, Betsy DeVos, and education and this great guy, John Scott Atlas when they let this war to the media hate this guy Oh! Oh, they It's got at O because they're scared of him because Scott atlases exact 180 degree position from them. On the virus. Oh, and there's something else here, folks. The mayor of Minnesota, I believe is very quietly here, Uh, come out in support of Hydra core hydroxide. Clark would Let me find this. Ah, it is. It's a It's a It's a quiet story. It's being kept very quiet. My think yes, another Democrat quietly reverses the ban on hydroxide Clark one. Minnesota governor quietly reverses course On hydroxide Clark. Oh, no and Scott Atlas. Has been there all the way on the effectiveness of hydroxide Clark when, when this when this governor when the Minnesota governor Quietly reverses course. On this, And here's what you want Another little interesting. This little tidbit of information you've heard of the country of Uganda. And there's a reason you probably have heard of Uganda is because they once had a murderous madman running the show there named Edie Amine Dada. And there were many movies made of me that I have his own GP drove around just assassinating people. Big guy just ran around pointing guns, automatic weapons or shooting people. Bad guy. Uganda has 42 million people. That's its population. Eddie, I mean dot dot didn't quite wiped them all out. Hydroxide Clark when is used every day and all the time in Uganda for malaria. Lots of mosquitoes in Oregon did right there in the middle of Africa. And they have a huge malaria problem spread by mosquitoes. So hydroxide Clark when is used liberally? You know how many deaths have occurred in? Oh, ganda. Since the pandemic began, try 13. 13 deaths in Oh, God, and they use hydroxide Clark when liberally for malaria. Which is what it was invented for, and which is what it Wass tested for. They've had 1500 Corona virus cases in Uganda. 13 deaths, 1142 people have recovered. In large part because of hydroxide chlorine. So my friends Our Lady of perpetual hysteria. Nancy Pelosi is in panic now. Trying to make the post office now the focus of Trump's stealing the election. They've got some video of some people moving a couple of post office boxes, which, of course of federal violation and are trying to claim the Trump campaign's ordering people out there to Ah, To make this happen. But I'm just I'm just this..

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"edie amine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"edie amine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I do believe that Trump's daily press conferences that he's having in the cove in 19 reviving those bringing them back to life. It's all a factoring it's all part of Trump's gaming round. But I actually don't believe he'd lost that much ground. See, this is why I don't fall for the fact that Trump was 14 points behind. You telling me that? Ah, weeksworth. The press conference is gonna bring him back from 14 to 4. Maybe, but I have and then other things, too, that they want to chalk this up to I? I just I don't believe Trump was ever that fart, especially in these in these swing district sorbet. Whatever they're calling these toss up states in these places that Trump barely won over Hillary. Here's Look, folks, here's the point. I said last week that they that Biden has got to keep somehow Trump's approval number the media 45% of below. This CNN Paul would trump down on Ly for changes everything. This is this May force biting to come. It's the last thing That they wanted. They're going to do something to reverse this. Harris the same way they come to the I think. They were looking at owning this week, virtually But the Trump team is gonna have a nightly recap in a Democratic. Is that not going to be great the Democrats going to do their convention? It is virtual convention, and when it's over every night trump in a gang. I'm going to co opt all a band with they can And they are going to have a three cap and it's going to be a blast. You just wait there. Problem is They have No alternative. Because in polling data right now the country has a 51% support of Trump's handling of the virus. 51%. Agree with Trump's vision for handling the virus. Similar number on getting back to school, a similar number on Trump supporting the economy. People think Trump is better suited on all of these things dealing with the virus Getting schools reopened, getting the economy back up and running. In fact, there's even a major support for Trump's reaction to rioting and other issues. You know Durham and the indictment of Ah, the plea deal with Kevin Kline Smith. Foreign policy. All these things were helping Trump right now. So when, when Trump allows The Attorney General William Barr, and Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state. Betsy DeVos, in education. And this great guy, John Scott Atlas when they let this war that the media hate this guy Oh, it's got Oh, man, because they're scared of him because Scott atlases exact 180 degree position from them. On the virus. Oh, and there's something else here, folks. The mayor of Minnesota, I believe is very quietly here Come out in support of Hydra. Cora hydroxide. Clark would let me find this. Uh, it is. It's a It's a It's a quiet story. It's being kept very quiet. I think Yes, Another Democrat quietly reverses the ban on hydroxide Clark one Minnesota governor quietly reverses course On hydroxide Clark. Oh, no and Scott Atlas. Has been there all the way on the effectiveness of hydroxide Clark when, when this when this governor when the Minnesota governor Quietly reverses course. On this, And here's what you want a little interesting. This little tidbit of information you've heard of the country of Uganda. And there's a reason you probably have heard of Uganda is because they once had a murderous madman running the show there named Edie Amine Dada. And there were many movies made an idiot of his own GP drove around, just assassinate people. Big guy just ran around pointing guns, automatic weapons or shooting people. Bad guy. Uganda has 42 million people. That's its population. Eddie. I mean, that God didn't quite wiped them all out. Hydroxide Clark when is used every day and all the time in Uganda for malaria. Lots of mosquitoes in Uganda it right there in the middle of Africa. And they have a huge malaria problem spread by mosquitoes. So hydroxide Clark when is used liberally? You know how many deaths have occurred in? Oh, ganda. Since the pandemic began, try 13. 13 deaths in God, and they use hydroxide Clark when liberally for malaria. Which is what it was invented for, and which is what it Wass tested for. They've had 1500 Corona virus cases in Uganda. 13 deaths, 1142 people have recovered. In large part because of hydroxide chlorine. So my friends Our Lady of perpetual hysteria. Nancy Pelosi is in panic now. Trying to make the post office now the focus of Trump's stealing the election. Because they've got some video of some people moving a couple of post office boxes, which, of course of federal violation and trying to claim the Trump campaign's ordering people out there to Ah, To make this happen. But I'm just I'm just this. This one move. From being down 10 points in the CNN poll. The four points changes everything, particularly now on the week during the week of the Democratic Convention. Here's a story huge Joe Biden alienated black voters by choosing Kamala Harris. The weight is grass mustard. Paul found that 1/3 of black likely voters said they are less likely to vote for Biden after he picked Camilla Harris, 1/3 said that they were more likely to do so. And another third either, said the VP pick had no impact on their votes or that they weren't sure yet what impact it will have. Now I'm just going to read you a pull. Quote from the story. This is from the story. This is not your host. Tell Rush, okay? Camilla Harris among the slimiest of politicians and her prickly style makes her less likeable as well. While Biden may have thought he would bolster his intersectionality credentials by picking the Democrats, great Black Asian female hope is his VP. It seems he merely ended up shooting himself in the first this This is, by the way. Tyler O'Neill is the author who wrote that I think the big mistake.

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"edie amine" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"edie amine" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And then someone else would say the same thing of the USSR and the superpowers would prop up these dictators throughout the world. The Cold War ended that actually led to a huge and almost immediate decline in Dictatorships around the world. Yeah, Yeah, so they're they're hopefully going the way of the dinosaur, but we'll see. Yeah. What was that? Ah, Last article he sent the one It made a really good point about the United States could learn a little bit. About These Dictatorships and how they work not to be like that. But To learn that you can't important. He's not reporters, but for pointers and maybe not necessarily saying, Hey, we could just go into a country that's been run a certain way for hundreds, if not thousands of years, and just they do it all different now, Here's here's a book liberal democracies. Read it and do it. Yeah, and that we might have more successful approach to foreign policy. If there was a little bit more understanding on how the system's worked. Yeah, and that a lot of these, These Dictatorships are not totalitarian. Autocratic, which makes them inherently weaker. But if we threaten them afford belligerent to them. We give those people a reason to be afraid in the lineup behind their leader, so when we actually threaten other countries that air that air autocratic We We're all we're doing is making the leader more powerful right where if we treat him like a kind of Ah, a week a week leader of Ah, weak state that there's Run in a way that suggests that the people aren't really behind it, but they have to be run with an iron fist. Right then that person's probably going to eventually get the post. Yeah. Pretty interesting. It was an interesting article. It was in reason magazine. I think it was written by Ah John Basil Utley. And if that guy's not British, no idea who is All right. So we promised a few weird things. Where did you find this one, OT strange things done by evil dictators. Kim Jong Il. Those dude in South Korea name Shin sang up and he was known as the Orson Welles of South Korea, and he was kidnapped and brought to North Korea to basically Kim Jong Il was like, you know, we show the world that we're creative artists like start making movies. Way kidnapped you and brought you here Make good movies, in fact, remake Godzilla because We just need our own Godzilla. It's basically with the CIA did with Jackson Pollock in the early fifties, but Jackson Pollock wasn't aware that he was being propped up because he was drunk. So they did remake Godzilla. Ah, sort of a movie called Polga. Sorry. And I looked it up and he basically looks like Godzilla with like, minute our horns coming out the side. Not the best. What else? This beetle story was kind of nuts. Yeah, the Marcoses member Imelda Marcos and Oliver shoes. Who can forget Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos. They ruled the Philippines for a while. Apparently they love the Beatles back in the sixties, and so they invited the Beatles to the Philippines to play a couple shows on their world tour. And when the Beatles got there, the military met them at the airport and said, Hey, before you go to your hotel, you're scheduled for a lunch. Private lunch with the president and the first lady and the Beatles were like. Look, mate. We're really tired. We're going to just go to the hotel and crashed because we've got two shows tonight, and that did not go over very well. Yeah, they Ah, we're acting through their manager, Of course, Brian Epstein. And supposedly this story isn't so much that but he said that they don't They don't accept these formal like state invitations. Really? As a rule. I got two. Either way, they didn't go and Imelda Marcos got on TV and started talking about it. Brian Epstein tried to apologize on TV and they blacked him out. And people got really upset. The police. Basically, their private police escort was removed and the Beatles were on their own. Wow, which was in 1964. When you're the Beatles is not a good place, especially the Philippines to find yourself. Yeah, they basically had to escape. To the airport and just run out to the plane and head off. Yeah, and one of their dudes was like beaten really badly, and Brian Epstein was Kept from getting on the plane, then had to like Basically shaken down to pay them back money from the concert to get on the plane. And then later on, Mr Ah Mr Lennon give peace a chance to jump in and said If we go back to the Philippines, it's going to be with an H bomb. Did he really say that? Yeah. Well, he said he won't even fly over it. So they did not have a good experience here. Well, Who's next? I think the idea mean one was kind of Interesting. That sounds so easy. I mean, totally. He Ah. He declared himself President for Life P Forell and he, he said, You know what? I'm going to do this in high style? I'm going to get four white men to carry me around in a chair. To celebrate being president for life, and he called it the white man's burden, and everybody loved it. He was our duck. Yeah, if you look up white man's burden, and I mean and Google images. There's a couple of really great pictures of these kind of blond white men in suits carrying a giant you Ah, Ugandan man in the chair. Have you ever Ah, Red. The Bukowski book that was thie. Was the basis for bar fly. Yeah. Which one was that Hollywood? I think it's what's called a red Hollywood. Was that the one? Yeah. He talks about watching a documentary about Edie Amine and how he Edie Amine didn't have Ah, the money for an air force. But he had pilots that really wanted to fly. So like in the documentary, they're showing these pilots running down a runway and then jumping And then going back to the to the end of the line and just doing this over and over again to practice flying. Even though they didn't have planes. That movie was good. The Forest Whitaker movie. Yeah, the last King of Scotland. Yeah. Great movie, James McAvoy. You know, you can stay in Charles Bukowski's house that he grew up in a new Airbnb Now. Nice been remodeled. No, he wouldn't like that. But now he would hate the whole thing. I'm sure How about Ah, Qaddafi will end with him. Sure. So Moammar Kadafi loved women. Apparently did you know that about him? Did not. He loved women, and he actually surrounded himself with female bodyguards who he very graciously allowed to wear makeup in high heels. While they were protecting him and the in the West. These women were called the Amazonian guard. This is just off the rails at this point. Yeah. On what? This podcast? No Amazonian guard the whole thing so The Gadhafi actually had some sort of legitimate thinking behind it. He thought that an assassin would have trouble shooting a woman. Yeah, it stands to reason he surrounded himself with female bodyguards who were also trained to kill. Yeah, but they weren't like four Lots. More makeup in lipstick. Yeah, yeah. Oh, actually, Can we mention the Hitler thing Is this true? Yes, I walked past. It Sounds like urban legend but supposedly Hitler. I came up with a synthetic blowup doll, tio comfort soldiers, and it was referred to as a synthetic comforter. Yep. Blond hair. Blue eyes could fit in a backpack. And they only made about 50 of them because the soldiers were like I'm not carrying that thing around. What do you crazy and he went. In fact, I am. You'll see Walker Walker. Ah, if you anymore about dictators, you Khun type that word into Ah, search bar howstuffworks dot com Senses it search part time. Listen, ah quick correction beforehand because this has to do with bottle feeding..

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"edie amine" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"edie amine" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"My friend. No, Mr Dictator. Paranoia will save you and keep you alive. It's always just kind of pitiful that I don't know. I disagree. Really? Yeah. I think it's worth dancing on their graves over. I don't know. I don't mean I mean, pitiful for them is just they never. It seems like they always go out with a whimper. Yeah. You know, some go out with machine gun fire, though. Yeah. I just didn't say the salad days forever. No, it's true. I think the message is that's no way to rule the people. I I hope we've gotten that across. You know, I don't know how many dictators listen to our podcast, But I hope that if any do we've really given them, Cem Cem pause. To think about what they're doing with their lives. Do we read a few of these? Ah, Weird things done by dictators. Sure, And we should say it's widely believed that Dictatorships are on the decline worldwide, or they're, like, 70 of them. Now, the most I sauce was 24 0 yeah. And the reason why it again They think liberal democracy is like basically changing the game. But there was a big influx after the the Cold War ended. Where of the lot of you know, I'm sorry. The Cold War began. There was a big influx has a lot of the old colonial powers that had colonies and say, like Africa and Asia suddenly said World War two was over. We're getting out of the imperialism game. Good luck right And that those Power vacuums allowed a lot of Dictatorships, Teo to grow. And then the the polarization of the Cold War allowed them to thrive because a dictator could say Hey, I'm strategically necessary. United States Don't you like me? Don't you want to look the other way on? Alright, my human rights atrocities. And then someone else would say the same thing of the USSR. And the superpowers would prop up these dictators throughout the world when the cold War ended that actually led to a huge an almost immediate decline in Dictatorships around the world. Yeah, Yeah, so there They're hopefully going the way of the dinosaur, but we'll see. What was that? Ah, Last article he sent the one It made a really good point about the United States could learn a little bit. About These Dictatorships and how they work not to be like that. But To learn that you can't enough important. He's not reporters, but for pointers, and maybe not necessarily saying, Hey, we could just go into a country that's been run a certain way for hundreds, if not thousands of years, and just do it all different now. Yeah, Here's here's a book. Liberal democracies read it and Do it. Yeah, and that we might have more successful approach to foreign policy. If there was a little bit more understanding on how the system's worked. Yeah, and that A lot of these of these Dictatorships are not totalitarian. Autocratic Yeah, which makes them inherently weaker. But if we threaten them before belligerent to them, we give those people a reason to be afraid in the lineup behind their leader, so when we actually threaten other countries that air that air autocratic We We're all we're doing is making the leader more powerful right where if we treat him like a kind of Ah, ah, weak, a weak leader of Ah, weak state that Run in a way that suggests that the people aren't really behind it, but they have to be run with an iron fist. Right then that person's probably going to eventually get the post. It's pretty interesting. It was an interesting article. It was in reason magazine. I think it was written by Ah John Basil Utley, and that Guy's not British. No idea who is All right. So we promised a few weird things. Where did you find this one, OT strange things done by evil dictators. Kim Jong Il. Those dude in South Korea name Shin, saying he was known as the Orson Welles of South Korea, and he was kidnapped and brought to North Korea to basically Kim Jong Il was like, you know, we show the world that we're creative artists like start making movies. Way kidnapped you and brought you here Make good movies, in fact, remake Godzilla because We just need our own Godzilla. It's basically with the CIA did with Jackson Pollock in the early fifties, but Jackson Pollock wasn't aware that he was being propped up because he was drunk. So they did remake God's Ah sort of a movie called Polga. Sorry. And I looked it up and he basically looks like Godzilla with like minute are Warren's coming out the side. Not the best. What else? This Beetle story was kind of nuts. Yeah, the Marcoses member of Mel, the Marcus and Oliver Shoes. Who can forget Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos. They ruled the Philippines for a while, and apparently they love the Beatles back in the sixties, And so they invited the Beatles to the Philippines to play a couple shows on their world tour. And when the Beatles got there, the military met them at the airport and said, Hey, Ah, Before you go to your hotel, you're scheduled for a lunch. Private lunch with the president and the first lady and the Beatles were like. Look, mate. We're really tired. We're going to just go to the hotel and crashed because we've got two shows tonight, and that did not go over very well. Yeah, they Ah, we're acting through their manager, Of course, Brian Epstein. And supposedly this story isn't so much that but he said that they don't They don't accept these formal like state invitations. Really? As a rule. I got two. Either way, they didn't go and Imelda Marcos got on TV and started talking about it. Brian Epstein tried to apologize on TV and they blacked him out. And people got really upset. The police. Basically, their private police escort was removed and the Beatles were on their own. Wow, which was in 1964. When you're the Beatles is not a good place, especially the Philippines to find yourself. Yeah, they basically had to escape. To the airport and just run out of the plane and head off. Yeah, and one of their dudes like beaten really badly, and Brian Epstein was Kept from getting on the plane, then had to like Basic was shaken down to pay them back money from the concert to get on the plane. And then later on, Mr Ah Mr Lennon give peace a chance to jump in and said If we go back to the Philippines, it's going to be with an H bomb. Did he really say that? Yeah. Well, he said he won't even fly over it. So they did not have a good experience here. Well, Who's next? I think the idea mean one was kind of Interesting. That sounds so easy. I mean, totally. He Ah. He declared himself President for Life P Forell and he, he said, You know what? I'm going to do this in high style? I'm going to get four white men to carry me around in a chair. To celebrate being president for life, and he called it the white man's burden, and everybody loved it. He was odd duck. Yeah, if you look up white man's burden, and I mean and Google images. There's a couple of really great pictures of these kind of blond white men in suits carrying a giant you Ah, Ugandan man in a chair. Have you ever read? The Bukowski book that was thie. It was the basis for bar fly. Yeah. Which one was that Hollywood? I think it's what is called a red Hollywood. Was that the one? Yeah. He talks about watching a documentary about Edie Amine and how he Edie Amine didn't have Ah, the money for an air force. But he had pilots that really wanted to fly so like in the document, and they're showing these pilots running down a runway and then jumping And then going back to the to the end of the line and just doing this over and over again to practice flying. Even though they didn't have planes. That movie was good. The Forest Whitaker movie. Yeah, the last King of Scotland. Yeah. Great movie, James McAvoy. You know, you can stay in Charles Bukowski's house that he grew up in a new Airbnb. No nice then remodeled. No, he wouldn't like that. But now he would hate the whole thing. I'm sure How about Ah, Qaddafi.

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