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"esta brooks" Discussed on The Current
"I'm at the point right now. That without it. I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not GonNa stay in this profession. Take care of yourself. It's important to hear from you. You're right there on the front lines but your health is important as well so I hope you you stay. Well Rebecca. Thank you thank you. Rebecca Paran is a personal support worker in Hager's Ville Ontario often they sit in quiet neighborhoods remarkable unnoticed but with the deaths of so many residents across this country. The long term care homes that we've been talking about have become a focal point in this. Pandemic Janet Sim is the CEO of Northwood in Halifax not for profit at runs to nursing homes. Thus far at least thirty. Eight residents in over twenty staff have contracted cove Nineteen Janet. Good morning to you. Good Morning Math. What are the last couple of weeks? Been like in your homes. Well I can tell you we've been working diligently to respond to this pandemic like the rest of the province the rest of the world. it has been a challenge because the What we predicted. And all those things that we expect in a virus Have Not Certainly panned out the way that we had predicted All of our screening efforts. We were well ahead of provincial mandates in terms of screening well ahead of mandates regarding implementation of masks and PPO But unfortunately covert nineteen has entered into our Halifax campus are Bedford campus. At this point. In time we have no staff that are positive at no residents that are positive. So we're thankful for that. But all of our efforts in Halifax We're heartbroken that we've not been able to prevent the spread of Kobe. Nineteen in that facility. We just heard from care worker. Who feels like staff in the home that she works in were put in a vulnerable position? How do you go about ensuring that your staff feel safe? I think we'll all have our own personal perspectives on how this Pandemic has unfolded Based on our personal resources I can certainly only speak to the context of Nova Scotia and more specifically what's happening in Northwood We are updating our our website. Every day we've got Our staff resource hub that we're giving information education preparing our stuff we've got. Ea Occupational Health nurses are supporting stuff. one on one. We're doing everything we can to support our staff and we have many many staff that Continue to come to work despite their Personal fears anyone. Who is ill? We are advising them to To stay off even if they are testing negative but if they do have symptoms Cold anything like that even if it's not Code Nineteen. They're certainly advised to remain off work for the safety of themselves. Co Workers and of course our resident. Your industry is getting a lot of close attention right now. There have been a lot of critics who are talking about. Just what we heard the safety in the environment How much Personal support workers would be paid. How residents are treated. Do you think that the criticism that long-term Karen Canada has been receiving is unfair? Or is that accurate again? I can only speak to the Northwood context. And but we We are caring for a very vulnerable population. These are individuals that are in long term. Care for reason Many of these individuals are very. Ill have comber. And they required this special specialized care of a long term care facility and that of course means that they are able to any type of infection and with Code Nineteen and the challenges it has presented with respect to our ability to detect The infection before it enters our facilities as posed a real challenge for us. But again I understand that you can only speak of the individual's situation but if you're part of a larger industry and that industry is getting a lot of attention right now. It's under the spotlight. Do you think that's fair? And do you think that when people say that? We're going to have a reckoning coming out of this. In terms of how long term care operates and how we treat our elders think that that is an accurate depiction of the situation. That we're in right now but northward. We take pride in the work that we do And our whole ally motto is living more and really supporting people to continue to. How of life Despite their physical challenge physical challenges so we take great pride in that and we are absolutely devastated. That this This infection has gotten ahead of what is your biggest concern now. People have said to that care homes like the ones that you run are on the frontlines of this pandemic. So what's your biggest concern? So we've been very focused on prevention over the last couple of weeks and that is continuing but we're also moving to treatment and thankfully recovery were very pleased to have many individuals who are the first in early. April two of Been identified as Cova nineteen positive. Who are actually recovering. Our biggest challenges again making sure that we can fulfil that prevention and treatment mode at modality We do have As I said heroes continuing to come to work despite their personal fears But we are challenged with our workforce and We pride ourselves and making sure that our residents do get quality of care So we're being very creative and how we Continue to deliver on that promise in the context of that and all the conversations work of those heroes is really important to highlight as well absolutely absolutely Janet. Good to talk to you about this and stay safe. Thank you thank you so much Janet. Sam Is the CEO of Northwood in. Halifax it's not for profit that runs to nursing. Homes assisted living units and home care service for fourteen years. Carol Esta Brooks has been studying the long term care system in Canada. She's a professor in the Faculty of Nursing and a candidate research chair at the University of Alberta Karaoke. Good morning to you morning. You've been hearing About what's going on in those homes from a CEO but also from a personal support worker. How from your perspective are Is the system handling the outbreaks of covert nineteen? Right now. I think the system is doing the best it. Can I think the fundamental problem is? We have allowed insidiously over time the long term care system to break And what Colbert has done is not cause the situations were saying and the horrific stories in the news. It's causes massive shop. That's revealed all the fault lines And all the and the absence of any margin to work on and all of that That includes everything from funding to workforce to plant design. Many of these homes were built in the Sixties seventies and eighties minivan still resemble institutional settings Based on a hospital footprint We've got dairy models across. The country are very ownership models provinces manage systems quite differently here in Alberta Berta. We have a single health authority and the way. The long-term care system is funded here levels those owner models so we don't see some of the differences you see in some problems but but the biggest Vulnerability I think is that. We have a perfect storm. That's been brewing for decades. We have a super. You've heard super highly vulnerable population of residents. They're older they're they. Eighty percent of them have dementia they have many co existing chronic conditions. They and they come. They're coming to nursing homes later so their their medical and physical social needs are much more complex on the other side of it. We have Equally but differently vulnerable worked for the paid workforce in nursing homes is ninety percent. Women The carrots or personal support workers half of them urban areas and most Durban areas Don't speak English is the first language so they're from other countries and many of them are having to work multiple jobs to try and make ends meet. Yes it's about thirty percents From our data Were more than one job now. The majority of the reasons they were more than one job or financial. But this is significant portion. Who are working other jobs for other reasons have to work Partly in a place where the physical demands for less to try and preserve their back and and physical health but this group is the low end. You heard this. They're the lowest paid there at the bottom of pretty rigid decision-making hierarchy and. They aren't always engaged in decision making. So you put those two things together. Increasing over time in a system that's not over-funded. It's stretched very aggressively with population. Both of those populations are essentially voiceless. older adults with dementia are are very vulnerable and in their ability to communicate. Some of them have many of them have families that do Yeoman's duty And many of the homes do duty but there are also significant proportion of older adults in nursing homes. That have nobody there all along. We're here we're hearing those voices now and so if if there's anything that can come out of this in the last minute and a half or so that we have to chat. If there's anything that can come out of this in terms of how we think differently about the structure of long-term care in Canada. What should we prioritize well? I think we shouldn't think about system reform. I think we should think about a complete system redesign. We have an opportunity if there's any silver lining in this pandemic it's that it's Sean. This really stark light on the fracture lines in the system. And we have an opportunity to to redesign it from the bottom up Engaging the people who we should be listening to the voices of older adults listen to the voices of frontline workers. Using every bit of evidence informed. Decision making we can Really looking seriously at how heavily regulate the system because regulation and money. They're both they have a role and we certainly need to deal with very immediate concerns with terms with respect to sources. It's all we do throw money and regulation. The system is not going to redesign it. And the next pandemic the comes along. We'll do something similar so we have a window here And the entire Canadian public is aware now of the fragility in the system. And the need for really taking a second look at it. Let's hope that Opportunity Seized Carol. Good to speak with you. Thank you thank you. Carol Brooks Professor and Canada Research Chair at the University of Berta in Edmonton also scientific director of the Translating Research in Elder Care Program at the U. OF.
"esta brooks" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point
"Even millions of satanic richly abused multiple personality all this. Where's it coming from? So so we kept tracking and tracking and we've had over three decades that led us to Germany when we met Fort Bragg Cy Warriors when I met a federal officers wife I. Here's here's a point. That's important in the first generation of multiple personality disorder that started in the late seventies early eighties when thirty year. Your olds and others were starting to come in the psychiatric community psychology community. They did not do and and they begin to every psych ward. All the counselors. Were getting so. They came up with the Dias team at three. And they said here's the diagnostic tests and the evidences for multiple personality disorder. That that phrase So that the psych were world begin to deal with that. They had to do with that but they didn't go tracking it. They dealt with that in an academic way they dealt with that in the office way our way of dealing with it was. We're going to go to the ends of the earth and we're going to search. We're going to go wherever we need to go. which led us to Germany? So I'm GonNa tell you this. Modern Day and K alter the military side is a sanitized version of the development of master race and altered human a enhanced humans. That's what Sei warriors is all about. Where the Russian whether United States whether remote viewers at Fort Meade in Stargate The Fort Bragg goat lab where they were using side powers explode the heart of a goat those that were in the program that we dealt with. Personally they were there they knew that. Aleksey the folks New Sidney Gottlieb directly the folks that know John Alexander the folks that know stubble buying all these folks that we dealt with on that level There's no question about the research level the reality level the books that are involved but the people that are involved. Also David Morehouse Psychic Warrior one of the remote viewers stargate. So when you when you do with all of them all of that content you track it backwards. It all goes back to did the Nazis in all goes back to their belief system spiritual it all ended up like the like like Nazi ideology was actually spiritual revelation. Whether we WANNA we don't we don't want you don't have to say people can say I don't believe in that while they did. They believe they were engaging. Non Human entities in the hall of the dead and the Himmler Castle in which Hitler was GONNA turn the. The Himmler Castle was going to be turned into a the the place in which they would rule the world frahm rob so down in the whole of the debt is where rituals were done down. The hall of the dead is where the thirteen skulls were put in the inventions down. The hall of the dead is where Himmler and Hitler Villa Villa got the ancient saucer. That was taken out of the psych ward in Germany and Hitler had him as the primary sourcerer. They're doing rituals in that. In in that in that hall of the dead that I get very charged spiritually charged place so from that place and after after the war and all the Nazi doctors and all the scientists were taken. Here's what anybody can do. Track the Nazi rat lines in the early fifties to mid fifties wherever the rat lines went in all the world South America South Africa Johannesburg Pretoria into to Chile to Argentina. Wherever the rat lines went? Guess what happens you can now track the Emergency Asians Twenty five years later emergence of the victims of of multiple personality mind-control Imiko. They begin to show up in Canada Australia New Zealand South Africa South America all over Europe in Britain. Whoever whoever wherever the rat lines went went in the in the Catholic Church system nationwide wherever the Nazi became fake priests wherever they went and were are not captured? Were not dealt with. Didn't go to Nurnberg. They continued the project. The project both has a spiritual component on it that you could speak to but it also has what you're referring to an icon. Confirm from everything. I've found as a technological so if you will component to it so that's when you say the sanitized you could also use the word you know perfected. So when when they brought it into the lab stargate and Stanford Research Institute. And how put off Russell Targ. I'm not saying that. Those those guys in their Sidney Gottlieb. The doctor respected doctor but many people outwardly. Say that he's the Joseph Mangla Mandalay of the United States so there's undeniable reality to what you're talking about. How do you parse that though how do you? Parse the technology component the good soldier component of. I'm asked to do a job I'm John Alexander. I'm told to do this stuff. I'm Joe MC monocle untold the do this stuff and I do it because that's my assignment and I can see some immediate immediate intelligence payoff for this. I mean if I can remote view enemies around the world that doesn't seem to me to be sure Nazi. What's the evil how you parse the as you said you know the the sanitized version of it? It seems to have a genuine intelligence component with what you're talking about which is really kind of challenging. But I think people have to deal with it is the the super spiritual aspect of this. Sure well I think at this point now the physical side the reality of MK Ultra Monarch. You know Mike Control Program shooters there. I think that there are so many victims so many have been investigating now for decades. I've been involved thirty. Eight years indirect investigation of it in the direct working with victims in all over the place including military ones including kilter including these individuals and neck back that occurs to this very day. We got cases all around us. We have threats all around us. I was at the mind control conference in Richmond. Virginia when Allen Stephan Corden Hammond talked about the Greenbaum the famous Greenbaum speech. I was there at that conference. They they believe they were not Christians. They believed that there was a nationwide conspiracy They acknowledged as involvement. They acknowledged the C. I. Presence in that meeting Corden Hammond was getting out of it because of the threats got but let me do this Alex. Let me hold up something to this book here on. If you've ever seen this book I quoted this in my book black awakening ten years ago. I I you keep mentioning it left and right you can get an Amazon. Probably for about one hundred bucks hundred fifty bucks now. I'm amazed that there's hardly anybody all the the books I buy every book I can find. That's out on MT L. Tra- every single book on the subject foul. I mean that's that's what we do that. Our teams do this book. Right here is written written by G. H ESTA brooks world benign renounced psychologists psychiatrists in the nineteen fifties world renowned head of the global global kind of like the World American psychological association psychological associated the world. He is considered one of the greatest psychologist psychiatrist address worldwide. US military hires him. They he means to work with them. This book is put out here. In chapter uncalled weaponising. Here's what he says in nineteen forty seven. This is put out nineteen forty seven. Here's what he says just like you're saying hang we in the arms race in the battle of developing weapons and so forth. We know that we have to do anything and everything to be ahead of everybody else he says. Here in that chapter and weaponization we learned how to take soldiers create. Here's his his terminology. Zhou create multiple personalities created alter personality. We learned how to program those sub personalities to be active the SAS and shooters DISA- formation agents spies infiltrators. We've learned how to program them give them a trigger and put them down inside aside the soldier without the soldier knowing. What's really there you know what you know what he says in this book in Nineteen Forty Seven? He says I think he spilled the beans and they've tried to cover-up since here's a guy that did all the stuff. Here's the guy. That did the stuff with Sidney Gottlieb with all those people back in that day he said what we we need to do after he. He explains details the effectiveness of creating ultra personalities creating the spies the the program. I'm shooter see assassins and so forth and how that works and how successful they were he also details this. GHS WORK SAYS I. I didn't say this he did. He says we need to create these super soldiers and place them in every department of US military so that down down the road we can have a hidden fifth column of the Super Soldiers to call up if we need to. That's in this this book. Under weaponization he would have known all he would have been at the very forefront of him kilter. This book was put in Nineteen Forty seven. So this this the psychiatrist knew this stuff. Psychologists nudist of you know where he got it from from the Nazis. You Know Russ. This is powerful stuff that you're bringing bringing forward and I love when you reference the direct connection there and I think it helps people 'cause Nazi is such a hard word. It immediately immediately discredits. Okay Nazi I'm Outta here but in this case as you're documenting you can't folks you just have to go follow the data. Why did this happen you know? Why do these guys wind up your white people know project paper? Why did that happen? What was the source of it? I would bring it for folks who don't like that. England are more into the modern thing. Go Watch the video from Darren Brown they miss. UK Mental US atheist theiss very outwardly. In a way that I think is kind of ridiculous. The atheist sound kind of silly to me at this point but he's an outspoken APS. He's a mental list but but he shows you how to mind control someone to set him up to do Sarande Sirhan insuring candidate thing he does the whole thing and the guy goes into theater and he pulls a gun. He doesn't know that the gun only has blinks in it but there it is. There's a demonstration against secular. This guy does anything anything about it and if you go to the surrounds Sirhan Sirhan case. I guess I'm old enough that I can remember it but a lot of people forgotten it. I mean this is the murder of Robert F Kennedy and you know in in La when he's about to take the nomination and there's eight bullets. Let's they pulled out of the ball. There's only six bullets in Sirhan Sirhan gun and they go and when they get Sir Hans around. He's just as you're talking about as I've heard you talk about. Maybe you can bring us up to date on these modern day shooters but it's the same thing you look into his eyes and you go. Something's not right here and guy goes. I don't know where I was. I don't know what happened. There's this complete memory. Erase your thing and when you look at the documents that were forced out by the Canadian government on in K.. Ultra tre the goal. Yeah that's what we're trying to do basically erase people's brain and then it's very it's impossible to deny that they were doing the rest of this stuff so oh man man. I can only imagine your frustration at two levels. I mean we haven't even again. We've kept the spiritual side of this out of this discussion and I think I think that that maybe helps bring people along but maybe you Wanna speak to either one of those those points that I raised in terms of how this this is kind of controlled this information in terms of what we know and why it turns people off what is your understanding of the spiritual component opponent of it. And how do you make that fit into the larger problems that people have with religion particularly with Christianity Christianity. Lot of people would say would be the last ones. We'd want to turn to to try and particularly the Catholic Church which is the original. It is Christianity and now it's understood to be systematically institutionally completely corrupted doesn't mean that there aren't good people in there but as an institution.
"esta brooks" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews
"He signed onto being LAPD double agent. Basically that was that was the end of his freedoms now back to the altar and all that I did find a book called spiritualism or SPIRITISM BY G H S. Two books are you follow. ESTA Brooks Yeah I'm sorry to tell you that. ESTA Brooks in. My research is one of those guys even middle of mind control. He's like Sidney gottlieb kind of character. He's like the Louis Jolyon west of UCLA who did Mind Control Control Experiments. You know the CIA gave huge amounts of money. The Not only to you know what you would think be. You know typical prisons prisons but also to universities you know to journalists William F. Buckley was on the CIA payroll Eric. So you get a sense of how insidious their influence was back. Then the unabomber. If I recall was part of the experiments show me say. I've heard that as well home so so I guess you get A sense of Reagan and of course Nixon being president and their sense of militarism and paranoia toward what was considered to be a possible revolution. And I don't think we'll ever see it's like again in. US history for literally. Yeah yeah literally I was just GonNa say Eric People like Reagan and younger and Richard. Nixon believed there was going to be a military attempt at overthrowing the US government which I think is absurd. Well they were being. There was a a lot of people who are feeding that stuff too. It's like I couldn't help but think of parallels with Colin Westbrook and how he was sort of running you know donald freeze but then. There's some speculation about Krishna. VENTA being influence on Charles Manson and all of these guys had this running theme of well. Okay I'm it's hard to get my thoughts together but I found it very interesting that you were talking about the worries of I guess you say Black Revolution and they were emulating the situation with the SLA. But Charles Manson was emulating that situation or his family's emulating that situation as well in the opposite one of the things I talk about on the Etro tour a bus tour of Manson land God bless Richard and Kim because they have introduced me to people in the La Sheriff's department and the it once again it's the Black Panthers it turns out that there's an angle by which Manson's since followers especially the quote unquote girls were trading dynamite found in abandoned gold mines in California uh with Black Panthers And in exchange the girls brought back to Manson's group guns and one day the Black Panthers there's greeted Manson's girls with the dynamite and said thank you. Now get the hell Outta here or before we kill you. And that was the end the relationship so the L. L. A. P. D. and the La Sheriff's both could have arrested while they did arrest Charles Manson and his followers initially and then let them out and then the infamous murders happen they could have kept them in jail and basically my research reveals through. You know Richard in Kim helping me that the LAPD and and the sheriff's Department thought that there was going to be an a violent engagement between Charles Manson's followers and the Black Panthers and they left them out. They're hoping for that engagement. So that they could sweep up and arrest any black panthers so so there's a similarity in terms of the theme of we'll do anything to break up the Black Panthers enters Between revolutions and and of course the Manson murders and would it be fair speculation. I've always kind of felt that Charles Manson himself was nowhere near as dynamic or fantastic as as billing. Well if you're talking about as music music Eric I would tend to agree with you. I think it's pretty bland Charles Manson again. I like because I've I started writing in writing feeder when I write a non fiction book I want the protagonist no matter how negative to be three dimensional. Sure and and without apologizing Charles Manson. You've got to remember that. His mother was a prostitute never knew his father he was raped in jail and within the reformatories and he was not a normal guy before he got out of his teams. I agree so one thing he learned was how to manipulate violate young women to to tell them they were beautiful. He learned from Dale Carnegie. He actually worked for a while for scientology. What was wild he were you got cut off? Yeah he was he was a guy who worked for scientology in Hollywood. And we're and we're trying to recruit people and that didn't work out so well my good friend Paul Krassner who we lost. Not Too long ago had done a lot of really great articles about the SLA in about Manson found out that Manson was let go by scientologist because he was a a little creepy but he wanted the reason he studied. Eric is he wanted to learn how to manipulate the the women that would basically become his family and again without going. Too far down the rabbit hole. The Manson land tour talks about the fact that he watching completely in control of the family. Exactly why Tex Watson and Linda Kosabe Ian were running drug deals without his is knowing it Tex Watson introduced Charles Manson to Sharon Tate. We wasn't a random murder so if you take week if you take Quentin Tarantino's amusing movie and you take Tom O'Neill's chaos book which is twenty years of here. All all the people I met and I still don't know what happened. And you set all that aside and say this guy was a lunatic who manipulated people. And he was burning people on drug deals and the people in his family got out of control and and killed people without his authorization nation. You have a better understanding of what Manson was about. And if you look into then Bouli. OC who wrote helter skelter which sold a couple million copies sir. You understand that. He was accused of prosecutorial misconduct. Because he he was trying to use Susan Atkins as a star witness. And the man tonight said you testify against Charleen. You're in big trouble. So all of a sudden she was unreliable liable and Buluwayo say was stuck with Linda Ca Sabin and he said you know. Put your hair up in pigtails and look innocent. Well forget the fact that you were one of the biggest LSD dealers in Boston will forget the fact that you and Tex Watson were burning people in drug deals in Los Angeles Angeles and you will testify that Charles Manson ordered the murders. And if you do that we will give you immunity. And if you don't do that you you will never see the light of day again. This pretty common honestly it's unique to The Manson family. I mean they're always trying to flip somebody sure but in essence they're flipping. Linda Kosabe Ian to lie so so actually Bouli. OC is also Guilty of of Leaking stuff to the press which could have created a mistrial and Charles Manson could've walked and and part of all of this. I guess the best way to wrap this part up part of all this is that they had a legitimate fear the LA DA's office and that fear was if Charles Manson was ripping off people with drugs and Tex Watson and Bobby Beausoleil went crazy in drug burns and killed somebody in a panic. Charles Charles Manson is an accessory and in one thousand nine hundred seventy and accessory to murder could get eighteen months. Can you imagine what the world interest in the Manson murders. What would have happened if the La da even if they got convictions actions against the others? If Charles Manson only got eighteen months they had to lie and say that he ordered the murders nothing. He's a good guy and then it should have walked free but there was no way in hell and again it's ever younger. Are Powell who worked with Ronald Reagan and the SLA Soleil was ever younger. Who basically went to Buoy Osi? Who was two years in the? DA's office went around the DA. who was in charge? WHO said? Hey it's just a bunch of drug burns and and younger realized that Bouli Osi was saying not only. Could it turn our reputation if Manson gets accessory but it will make our reputation in our careers if we say. He's the Spin Golly who hypnotize people to murder rap thing. They're just a bunch of burnout to screwed up in drug burns. And that my friend is the inside nine-story of the Manson murders. Since truthfully nobody would really care if it wasn't for Sharon tate same way nobody really care about the SLA without Patty. Hearst this is this is very true which is a kind of a sad comment because when you when you think about you know what the LAPD in the CIA a were doing. It's terrible it. It's a horrible history and people should know more about this stuff but again people perceive it as radical politics and it doesn't sell and so forth and so on ask you about that a little bit because you you know admittedly elise year I guess Somewhere to the left of Bernie Sanders. We're looking at practical guy. I know that when Elizabeth Warren says I I want Medicare for all that she's making a huge tactical error the politician because to not recognize. That's how powerful the health industry and big Pharma is in. This country is to just be naive. Like they're the things that you and I want in World Eric and then there are things that are possible given the system. You can't boil the ocean now. That's not where I was going where I was going to sit. I I look at you know a lot of stuff. There happened there in. It's obviously from the laugh. Door would be perceived as left. But they're also have been some Bruce Miss Justices or you know real questions about things going to the right and you know a lot of people say that Waco way out of hand and there are there. Instances like that because Waco kind of generated forget the other one ruby rich sorry Ruby Ridge route in college by most as terror waivers and they were hard core right winging borderline Nazis. I I know of that but I'm kind end of wondering if this is not a government. That's anti laughed. Maybe it's just it's a government that's anti anti-government does that make sense it. It's kind of. I'm curious because I've been on Shows we're the host is far right but what they appreciate about. My research is that I'm saying look at what these agencies have done in the name of justice and the law so you it's kind of you all of a sudden there's a middle middle ground shirt now of course if I talked about you know forgiving college debt. They go get off my show. But you know there's this interesting middle ground on of of people who do not trust the government and of course you know if Congress is at sixteen percent and you know. Donald Trump's impeached reached obviously. There's a huge movement in this country. Rejecting trust in government. The question is how do you change the system to make it better. there's so many things that prevent that lobbying You know campaign finance reform. you know citizens united there. There are so many things that enabled this system that a lot of people say. Hey lobbying thing is a form of graft it's a it's a an industry paying someone in order to look at the bills that they wants. Shouldn't it on the floor of Congress. Well that doesn't sound very very democratic to me. But that's the way our country operates so wild well DI radical but then you say okay..
"esta brooks" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It's eleven forty seven just like a sixth what the w pm to okay i think i think people tend to overreact to stuff as a as a general rule that that's kind of my that that's kind of my basic premise i think people tend to overreact the stuff and not know how to deal with the everyday things that go on in life betting said that i do acknowledge that if you are and a public park for instance republic parking lot or whatever and you see some middle aged guy wearing a mask and hanging out or hiding you know around they parking structure or something whether their carrying a gun or not that that's going to probably generate some sort of of questions bare affected gotta whatever it takes from i can win spent the fact that they're wearing a mask i say no it's not an overreaction why they need a merrill where mask if they work wearing a mask it would definitely perhaps be so i think we next but i think that sort of a of i think if you got to go out and do some of this type a stuff in public you need to be mindful of of there are people and just because you have the right to do something is a often say doesn't necessarily mean it is the right thing to do and honestly i mean i guess i try to picture if if i'm going over the esta brook part beer garden and i've got i'm i'm taken my ten year old nephew with me cause he likes the preps holes they have their and all of a sudden i see some forty five year old guy lurking behind a trio wearing a mask whether he's carrying a a nerve weapon or not that that's something that i think is going to be at best suspicious at worse and i can understand why people would called the cops on these these type of things if you're just doing this in these type of public setting so but i think that they should be her for worse no but at the same time it seems to me that if you're going to be playing this you should use maybe a little look that that thing of it that god gave us that that that common sense that so it's okay well maybe maybe playing this in the the public parking grier should running up and down stare well in you got all park.