20 Episode results for "Gardez"

Michael Rooker Interview

Talk Nerdy to Me

21:29 min | 1 year ago

Michael Rooker Interview

"You are listening to another edition of Talk Nerdy to me. I am your host choice ignorant and I have oddly one of my favorite actors on the line with me here right now. Mr Michael Rooker Michael. Hey man how you doing good good WanNa get. I don't WanNa ask the same questions you get asked all the time so you probably get a lot of Gardez. Good Luck I've been. I've been almost every question that I can imagine. So so you can come up with a new. I'll try my best. I'll try my best. I'm excited I'm okay. Well we'll start simple. What what gave you that? I A bite to get the acting bug. What was it that drew you into acting? I had friends that were actors and they it sucks. I thought to myself if I couldn't do it any better than that. I wouldn't do it and so Being a a person that loves to accept challenges I made a challenge to myself and And I took a couple of classes and When when I when I was in the classes I realized? Oh this is actually really interesting. I really I really liked it. You know and I sort of fell in love with it. I fell in love with the The literature classes and the acting classes that I was taking and And I I just everything sort of snowballed after that like a domino effect it just I. It was the my. My friends who were actors. Were the first domino. And when when it when they push when I watched it over it revealed this entire Tapestry and so here I am. I ended up going to a theater school in Chicago called the Goodman School of drama as one of the top three schools in the country they sent since the chain changed their name to the theatre school at Depaul University and And that's why I went for three years. Here's three year conservatory program and I was Luckily aspect every year and Ended up graduating and pursuing an acting in career in theatre for the first couple of years and then I started doing more TV and film work and that's pretty much it in a nutshell and I've been I'm doing it ever since duty. Those friends that sucker they still enacting hope. So you know I mean you know we all suck back. Yeah we're just beginning. Come on. They were just beginners. I was not even beginning yet. But I I always have had a very keen seen since of what's real and what's not and I always i. I always tell bullshit from the real stuff l.. Whether whether we're talking we're having a conversation on the street. Oh we're having a conversation in a boardroom. Drew again I I know when you're bullshitting me. And so that's so the the place that they were doing at the time you know. What can I say I mean every everyone improves? And hopefully everyone improved and We're no longer in contact so I don't know what they're doing but still i. I went on to continue and here I am today okay. I know a lot of people like to call. Aw they'll see you a big movie and call you an overnight success. But they don't see the twenty or thirty years she put in ahead of that time. Make it thirty thirty years or more actually on my God twenty years. I didn't want to answer but okay very nice of you. Yeah I I I've been going at it since eighty two. I got a theater school. Yeah I did theater for a couple of three or four years before getting into TV and film yeah a lot of TV. I think the first thing I saw you in was STARGATE S G one Yes ghetto yes. That's when yeah do that's win Everything was being filmed up in Vancouver and Toronto and uh-huh and all that in Canada so a lot of productions were up there They gave a real a good. You know production companies if they can save a buck tuck. They'll go wherever they need to go. And they can save a nickel they will. They will travel thousands of miles and do their production in that space. If they could save you know. It's a lot of money. You know. So a full production you know you could save a Lotta a Lotta Dope. So that's that's that's their goal is to put everything into the movie right. Make as best does as it can be so. That's that's where we're filming Stargate Ano- We did it up in Canada so we were saving. Production was saving money. And and we had a lotta great it actors up there in a Lotta great actors We were bringing actors. They brought actress in From the US from time to time you know mostly the guest stars or whoever and I just happened to be one of those guys. That were you know doing that. kind of stuff At that time you know guest starring and all that kind of stuff and it was great. Great training pay the rent. So was good. I was Kinda Sassy. It was only one episode. You're in yeah yeah I was it You know they those kinds of shows already have their you're set people so they're they're already cast so you're just there for a quick brief in and out kind of thing and and that's and that that was okay you know I wouldn't have minded working doing more with folks but I know that's just the way it is. You just move on okay. Another movie you were in that I really enjoyed was Tombstone and I read that. You learn how to shoot on tombstone in now. You're pretty big into the The whole firearms things. Well I. I've always been a good shot. So but what I'd never done a movie where I actually practice and trained every day and so in rode horses. I mean are got to be very very very good writer got a great shooter a much better than I was. I got be more. I learned more and more different different techniques and different Way But they were older older Single action shooting. You know a lever action rifles single action pistols old style. Stop it's a little. That was a Lotta a lot of fun. Western is western style stuff so it was. It was a great time. You know you learn different things different movies that you do as an actor you learn all these different news things and and Writing and shooting and all this stuff was part of that movie and that was one of the things that I learned. All you know many many movies. That's one of the things that I kept up. I have not kept up Racecar car driving or you know or cute. Oh I mean I do train but I have not kept up All that all that stuff but the shooting sports has really become Something that I like doing and I still like doing it even even to this day That that was going to be one of my next questions on days of thunder. Did you actually get to drive any of the NASCAR vehicles. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah we well. It was on the job training. You know we have professional drivers helping us and training us Kendricks RETENDER motorsports down in the Carolinas. They were very instrumental in supplying cars and and very instrumental in helping us get people that would come onto the show and help train the actors and all that stuff it was a very high end Film we had a lot of a lot of real driver's helping us a lot of professional people whose great ah we had a great time doing that. I've I've maintained a relationship. A NASCAR percents. That was a great movie. I actually one of my top ten favorites even even even if you even if you were to turn it on now today with the modern more updated surround sounds that are out there. It's still is aired an awesome awesome. Yeah really well written enacted by the way Thank you you're welcome You mentioned the judo so You actually had or still have a black belt in was cushion or my you know Shoved Shin. I don't have black. That's a cut out the form and I studied Jo- Shen conducting but in the past. I started out doing judo. Judo and I keyed and I did that for many years. I did that for a long time before I did before I started doing More of the striking striking arts by and stuff like that and and you know what I I don't compete or anything like that. I just I do it for the fun of it. And for the the ability to stay in shape you know you gotTa keep moving and I love getting into the DOJ oh and and doing a some some training. It's in a lot of fun and it keeps me keeps me. Agile keeps me stretched out keeps me strong. You know even after injuries you know. It's a great way data. You know rebuild your muscles and get your flexibility back. Exercise is important. I mean you guys spend some long long hours on set People don't realize how taxing that can be on the body. Yeah I mean you're up and work in twelve twelve fourteen sixteen hours you know. Sometimes I have friends that are finishing up Suicide Squad James guns movie and they're doing nights right now so we're you know in five o'clock in the afternoon and you work until six and seven the next morning so it's and then sometimes you gotta flip around and do you know you're up at five in the am and you gotta work all day so so it's a tough tough life And twelve hours is the minimum. Mostly if you're in all the if if you're working very intr- it seems in your there all night you could be working twelve fourteen sixteen eighteen hours at times. She only thing that that saves us is. If you're working in the sun comes up or the sun goes down and we were working outside. That's the only anything like Oh thank goodness otherwise otherwise if we were maybe Alaska someplace where they have twenty four hours of darkness we would you now. Production would would probably work twenty hours. Another one of my favorite movies. Visit your in. Go back a little farther. Here is is mallrats with Mr Spinning. Oh yeah what was it like working with Kevin Smith. Yeah yeah good dude of very very loyal guy. We're still good friends Fun a lot of fun We had a a lot of people on that and we had a lot of out of good times. He's he's been making a lot of sequels to his stuff even wants to make them all rights to would you. You be up to Reprising her role Well of course but that there's a lot of the ball rats had chest. I stopped Crazy crazy amount of actors and Of course some have is passed on you know Stanley was in mallrats right. And so you know and And some of these some of these guys have gone went on to become big major megastars right and so you know it's tough to get these guys back all in one place. Yeah yeah it'd be kind of fun though it'd be a blast along with TV and movies you've also done some voice acting for video games Among those three things which one is your actual favorite. You know I have done. I did Of Black OPS. Two and so. I've done some video games. I like doing the video games A lot of fun challenging in a different way you know that sort of bring they sort of bring you right back to the basics of acting like a super bowl could be your helmet and a and a and a stick could be your rightful because they add You know when you're doing doing things and you're doing motion capture. The first black ops to the first major one that I've done I mean it was a plastic soup. Bowl was my helmet and My my the cockpit of my F16 was A couple of boxes says and And you know and I was sitting up on the boxes. And that's they put everything in they do all all the other stuff all the stuff that looks realistic in the game is all digitally produced. So so basically. You're you've been you back to the basics of acting because you have to you have to the stick is your rifle so you have to act and and use it as if it were or a rifle or it's like being child like being a little kid them of seven you know You know out there. Play war stick becomes here Asuka whatever. So that's the way it is and and the gaming industry. Well we're I know no Checking out your IMDB page. We're going to be seeing quite a bit of you here in twenty twenty twenty twenty one and we've got the suicide squad you're attached to various serious nine. Yeah and the dark tower series is on Amazon. Yeah the Judge Tower series was not picked up. Oh unfortunately and But I'm doing also a piece called the monster problems for paramount players. And and so. That's that's GonNa be it's GonNa be so there's good there's three good ones you know and My other one That's coming out Valentine's Day. Hey I'm in in a little movie called density island so it's kind of a Kooky horror version of the TV show that that was a lot of fun to you. Didn't mention your reprisal of Yangzhou for the what. Oh that was yeah. We the long time ago. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah so we will get to see more yawn do but it's GonNa be if people are not familiar with the what if it's kind of an alternate take take on what could have happened with that character So maybe be able to take out peyser face in uh-huh maybe maybe maybe kids say. Oh yeah everything every the everything and anything can be changed in the. What if series to just letting you know looking forward to that one with the on marble marble and like? I don't even know when that comes out. Do you have any idea when it comes out. No I've been waiting. I I've been checking We have the Disney us the mouses mouses taking some more money and. I'm looking looking forward to that. End The fantasy island. That actually looks a little I like that take on it. It's good it's fun take and I think this one successful. We'll do another why not. I didn't know that was on the board so there could be a aside or you know. I don't know what is on the board. I'm just saying you never know they. They tend to be wanting to do sequels. A lot of them. Actually excellence in this in this business. These days I mean I remember back in the back in the day when I was beginning nobody ever even thought of doing and a sequel that was never even The tons of anyone now. It's like the first first thing that comes up. Oh this is gonNA be Great. The second one is going to be great. You know plenty target about. We haven't even finished I. We don't even know if there's any good it doesn't sometimes. It doesn't matter if any good you know they just do it anyway. I think the first thing I saw sequels for it's probably t-th the horror movies maybes jumped on that bandwagon. Yeah yeah interesting. A lot of fun. I told you there wasn't GonNa be any hard hitting questions. I have been really difficult. Yeah I I didn't entirely tell you truth I had my last one is GonNa take a little bit of thought I believe i. Yeah Ah thinking is extra cost. Yeah I asked this question of every everybody. I interview Yeah yeah so I want to see what your take on. This is going to be The question is cake or Pie. Kager Pied Yes sir title boat so you're noncommittal I'll have them both on one on one plate I have a major three to Cake and high on my agenda. I do have kicking pie in in Paso Trust me so your answer is yes. Yes my answer taker pie is yes. Please bring bring a mind. I've gotta say you're the first person to give that answer so no way. Yeah I like it okay Very I know you're a busy man. Thank you for taking the time out of your data to talk with us today. Answer are silly questions sued. I had a good interview. Thank you I get the Get to see. Are you coming down to the show. Then yeah I I run. It is money on the show. Yes Sir Oh my God. I'm so sorry you'll policy mortally so sorry I thought acting was AH tough job. You got probably the toughest job in the business right now. It's it's a little difficult but it's it's got its rewards not even difficult. It's like insane deal. Why people do this? I have no idea. I don't even know. How do you make money? Do you make money money. Their own business on my own showed which can be a sponsor if you if you sponsor yeah. I don't WanNa be sponsor I WANNA make money forgot say. How do you make money when you're a sponsor please You make money by being a guest. It's like you are. Yeah only one. This is fun this is a new. We have fun doing it too. So what the hell. I'm looking forward to meeting you. Ah Now the pleasure will be all mine right under all right I guess it. We'll see you in April shirt. She not with me and we would. What game is a car class? Do you play in an arm each e.

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Pond's Press December Events

Pond's Feed

05:16 min | 4 months ago

Pond's Press December Events

"I'm not gonna make the soul because we do have a two events coming up at. I'll mention those. I is december. Tenth we're going to have a game or The game awards the awards watch hearted so the game or is going to stream from six. To ten pm on your. Yeah it's gonna stream six to ten. Pm on on thursday. I looked at the time. What are basic award. Shows are like two hours maybe three. Jeff kelly's award show he wants to puppets that is will you will. You will find out. And also the game awards is different kazaa the oscars they go for awards and stuff but the game awards they like to make this sort of like a a reveal show too so another thing kind of spreads out these awards all these reveals. We've got so isn't just a battle words. That's why it's four. While i think why. It's four hours long because he's got Comedy skits he wants to throw out and that's been the worst things about a owns but we're the cases it's essential for game gaming khandan creators to cover this because it is the official word ceremony for video games. So hey dislike movie. Podcasts and talk about the oscars were gaming podcasts. We gotta talk about the game words. So we'll have a game awards. Watch party a six to ten That's what happens. And what's remind. I'm writing my planner at the new writing planner now player here and he did. He know burke blue's clues okay. You could have done that better. I applaud you for the efforts. What which may book. Let me throw that your base. You're seeing something else that's Baked goldfish goldfish. Yeah so we'll be straight with their our commentary probably making fun of the the the show watching vote now for your favorite video game at the we could still. They will do something in the commercials too. 'cause there's lots be commercials again. Spread out anyway. That is december. Ten december nineteenth is extra life. Hell rush so this is our last attempt to push some thousand and how we're going to go about it as well de thing that we ended with last time with the extra That's we're going to start out. We're going to start out with. Yeah well yeah. Except we're making a holiday suites so you are. Because i'm not. I i've never i've always about once and that was like four years ago or something with people the sturbridge house. I've never done this in life. You never made a whole suite. Never made holiday cookies now. That's all well. We're gonna change that you can't go. We have euro cave. You're not going to make them than just by the number ten minutes so you go is. The goal is to get sugared up to play by. Sorry i'm sorry. I'm getting sugared up and that was nine. Yeah yeah we we diabetes. I'm like oh my gosh. That was not so china phrasing. Let's sugar filter. We got we got winnie. I'm joining us to just go different. Phrasing she joins joins her that. Play jack box games so it's gonna be our first time. Introducing her in the multiplayer game playing a few rows. Jack box games with us then from to thirty three the either like from two thirty to three and that time span. That's when through the rest of the runtime is going to be whatever players want. Whatever the streamers want to stream together. So i put out a form. People could fill out. No one has done that yet. I'm multiplayer game. Do you want us all to play. So i am counting on people who are who are participating to fill out that form in. Let us now so we know exactly what you want to play goes. That was a big feedback on the excellent feedback is yeah more multiplayer gaming but have it be some different games. So okay what What different game. Please tell me please please tell me. Tell me tell me So yeah i felt the form. I'll be from one pm to seven at the latest. Some time possibly earlier lights The six to seven but we're focused Are raising more donations helping out other people in the group who have a good achieve their donation. Goals yet just stuff like that. It just a little last minute boost. zoa probably ought to get a graphic offer that so i can ensure that on instagram Lady i love during the talking here. You're just amazing. Friend and amazing fall in gardez and all that. Don't echo that.

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Our Kids are Being Sold as Sex Slaves with OUR founder Tim Ballard  - 595

The Chalene Show

48:34 min | 8 months ago

Our Kids are Being Sold as Sex Slaves with OUR founder Tim Ballard - 595

"It's estimated that nearly two million children most of them girls. Are being sexually exploited in this moment. As part of the multi billion dollar commercial sex industry, and I am disgusted to say that sadly, the United States. Is the number one largest consumer of child porn? Ladies and gentlemen our kids are online right now more than they ever have been in their lives and it's no fault of their own. We've forced them. Online school is online. Connecting with grandma and GRANDPA's online many parents struggling to find a free moment to get a little bit of work done from home while also homeschooling their kids. Are. Resorting. To letting them plan their devices in this isn't a judgment. It just is what it is, and as a result of that, we have experienced an incredible increase in the number of child sexual exploitation cases here in the United States and abroad it is a modern day form of slavery. It involves force and fraud and coercion and a lot of shame seventy one percent of slave victims are women and girls, and sadly eighty percent of human trafficking cases, people, slaves, children being ported to the United States because we are the number one most common destination for victims. Why demand. Let. Me Be up front. This is not going to be an easy episode to listen to, but it's incredibly important. It's incredibly important if you have children if you know children if you care about kids care about. Humanity Today we speak with Tim Ballard he's a modern day hero in the war against child sex slavery. He's the founder of Operation Underground Railroad, which is a nonprofit organization established to Fight Against Child Sex slavery. Tim started his career as a CIA agent and they spent over a decade working as a special agent in the Department of Homeland Security where his work as an undercover operative, really centered around the dismantling of child sexual trafficking rings. Now, he's worked under covering the United States and in countless foreign countries, the stories that I've heard him share in other interviews and even in today's are shocking. I mean, they put in the bottom of your stomach and it was one very moving case a Suhel share with us the story behind it today that in twenty thirteen became the catalyst for him leaving his position as a government operative to pursue creating a private foundation devoted exclusively to the work of saving, children. Tim. Story is going to be depicted in upcoming feature film called the sound of freedom. Tim is produced two full documentaries about the subject I'm going to put links to those in our show notes it is the abolitionist which I hope that you will become an abolitionist after listening to this episode and operation Tucson to of those links will be in our show notes Tim is the author of six books including slave steelers true accounts of slave rescues than, and now he was named entrepreneur of the year by Ernst and Young, and when Tim isn't saving children, he lives with his wife and nine children in Utah. Well. Thank you so much for chatting with me. Today I have been consuming everything I can after I was introduced to you and just really I'm in shock that we're not seeing more of this. Flight being covered in mainstream media, but if anyone's making headways. So. I just WanNa start by commending you and thanking you for the work you do frank you so much. I heard that it was the atom Welsh child protection, act that changed your life can you tell us? Let's start there in two thousand and six Congress passed the outermost shell protect and did a lot of things. But there's a tiny little statute that changed my life in there and what it did was it allowed for US agents. I was working special agent for the government at the time undercover operator working in crimes unit and what the statute did was it opened up the doors for US agents to be able to investigate crimes overseas. Okay to Americans were committing on children. and. It was a very unique before that statute. If you wanted to use our travel, we have these you know anti sex tourist kind of statutes to nil pedophile you're traveling overseas to her children, but you had to prove before that bill passed proved that that person had intent in their mind had the thought and intent in their mind wall standing on US soil thus catching it United States to the crime, and so before two hundred six, we zero prosecutions because no one's going to be giving their intent. It eliminated that statutory requirement. Okay. Bill and so all we had to do now is proved that an American left traveled illicitly. You know abuse raped a child and if we could true that he did that we could hold them accountable as if they committed the Kremlin US soil. So what it did was it said Oh my gosh we we now can go get these guys overseas who are abusing children where law enforcement isn't as strong and they have very little chance of of escape and so they sent me. On the first wave of agents to go look for those travelling pedophile, and that's what opened my eyes to what was actually happening. It's happening here in the United States horrifically as well but it's harder to see it. It's more hidden in the dark net. But. When you go overseas, it's so blatant in your face you can't even comprehend it's it's on this beach front on this corner. When you say it is what is like it's being advertising being marketed actually children being sold if you can believe it. So you know we all work with during that time and I'd be working with our law enforcement partners, the host countries. And it's a look if you you know being that the United States is the demand I look like the client that they want the traffickers want. So they say tim, just go sit on the beach and just do nothing and just sit on the beach and just watch what happens and within moments someone comes up hey, I got a ten year old girl or a boy. And it's just like this is crazy like I've been in this world working for five six years of this time. I'd never seen something. So blatant and in your face, it's just it's the right places where people know that that's what you go to get child-sex yet. I've heard that it's in the US where the child pornography industry is the largest here is that true? Yeah. We are the largest consumers an often. The large producers of child exploitation material or come child rape videos because that's what they are, and we are the largest consumers believe it or not. It's horrendous were also number in the top three for destination countries for human trafficking. In other words, traffickers want their victims in our country in our black markets because we are the demand were buying it up I'm that's why we have success overseas when we go undercover as. You know looking this because this is what the clients are looking for. So and that should be a wakeup call for families across the nation that if the largest collection of pedophile in group is our country, well, our kids are mixed and mingled amongst the population. So wake up and so much has changed with the way that we. Way Our children are socializing in the access over giving them to digital devices into being online like since pandemic, we've literally forced children online we forced them into doing video streaming. We forced them to spend more time with a device and unfortunately moms and dads who are trying to go back to work and trying to figure out how to do all of these things I know they're doing their best, but it's really tempting to say, yeah, just go plan your ipad or. Go ahead and join the video chat. How has this moment in time that we're experiencing? HOW HAS IT affected? What it is you do So. Like you said, there's this major educational generational gap where if you're my age or older and you have kids, you were never a kid with the Internet and so we just don't get it or it takes us to be proactive in our education of ourselves to understand what is it that our kids are up against parents have no idea that when their kids are playing. A game, they could be playing some guy some pedophile from the next city over because when we were growing up, that wasn't something we knew about right I've talked to so many parents who said, my kid's been playing with other people I didn't even know I thought they were playing the computer because when I was a kid, you know who's Atari and we were playing the. You know the computer whatever, and so parents have to wake up to this because they just don't get it and even more. So now to your point because with a lockdown, it's more time on the screen more time on iphone more time on the laptop and. Likewise. It's more time for the pedal files who are here they don't access kids generally on the beach front or the corner they are online. They know how to get into the games that kids are likely to use and get in there and start playing with them, and they'll pretend to be whatever they'll pretend to be a six year old a ten year old to get access and then slowly. But surely, I mean, just up the street from where I'm doing this podcast not too long ago. There was a guy who forty, two years old. He was online gaming with two six year old girls Indiana and he convinced those girls to close off and take naked pictures and send them to him. Luckily, the law enforcement intervene before he actually got his hands on but this is happening and this is why we've seen an increase of reports from the National Center for Missing Exploited Children during this covert lockdown time, there's just been more access. It's been a harvest time in the words of files. Harvest time and we're gonNA talk about so many topics. But when I hear something like that I, think the average parent assumes that their kid is playing an APP. A game that they downloaded from the APP store that it says it's for children and it's age appropriate and it seems age-appropriate. How does apparent know what is some of the things that they need to be looking for and vigilant? So they need to go on and actually play the game. And see what kind of access others might have are they playing the computer and you can look up Google that game and get information about that game and they're safe games you know you find out okay. You can play these three games and and that's it. Because I know you're playing the computer, you're not playing other people and generally these games all have the ability to turn on or off you know the ability to access other players. So parents just need to dig in, take the time and learn what it is, and like you said, oftentimes, your parents get tricked when they say well, this is. A little kids game it's ladybugs and whatever I hear the same over the years I've heard MOMS and dads say my kid has to be safe on the Internet look at his facebook pages. So wholesome they don't put pictures and I'm like, no, no, you're missing you don't understand don't care how beautiful pages he's two clicks away from the devil at any moment or better said the devils to me from him they're friendy and your kids don't have a thousand friends. I'm sorry was be honest like five friends who who are the other nine hundred, ninety, five people who are friends with your kid on facebook and Everything like wake up. Every time we catch one of these pedals every time when we go through the analysis on the computers we find out there's always a bunch of kids at their following I mean they're showing up at their cheerleading practice. They knew from instagram that they're gonNA be at cheerleading practice tomorrow right and they're just watching and praying and waiting for the moment to do something in parents just were not prepared. So, then the pedophile can convince let's say the example that you share with us with a two six year olds convinces them to take photos assuming that that were in in. It does happen right? Like the police enforcement intervened in that particular case. But when that does happen and they convince these children to take off their clothes or to take photos now I would assume these pedophile are selling that content they could sell it for sure they're gonNA use it for themselves and what happens is more they're using that content, the more they are. Engaged emotionally sexually with that child and so it's just a matter of time before I mean, how many grown men, for example, look at porn to end with looking at porn? No there's the next step and that's the same with penthouse looking at child exploitation material. They want to eventually become a contact defender meaning they want their hands on that child. So that's were even an increased danger is. There is you know I, keep hearing about sexual trafficking and that there are so many children who are basically sold into slavery. I don't understand how this is happening. Are these families are doing this on these children that are abducted? Can you break that down for us? Sure you have a great question mostly traffickers the do this they're businessmen. People ask me how realistic is movie taken. Well it's it's sensationalized and one of the main points of. is generally these traffickers aren't GonNa do a cold it can happen but generally, not this cold grab in the middle of the night you know or wherever taken into that kicks up a bunch of dust and in you know there's debut response, right? So they're more savvy than that. So they're going to go to populations where they can get away with their crime more readily. So they'll go to the impoverished places of the world to developing countries to say that the most impoverished parts of those developing countries and the lure them. Though make promises of job or come to school and can be a nanny. We had one person who we were. We help the Colombian police arrest who was posing really she was actually Miss Cartagena from two thousand, twelve, I think and she was recruiting children into her modeling school and giving scholarships to the prettiest little boys and girls who couldn't afford it. In fact, what it was was a front and she was selling them for sex to American tourists are other tourists, and so it's the lure. That is how the mostly they're getting these kids and they always tend to prey on children who are vulnerable in any other way. Maybe there's not a solid family maybe mom and dad aren't in the picture. You know maybe it's kind of an elderly grandmother or Guardian who's taking care of that child is isn't the capacity they know how to find the most vulnerable and what's scary is that they can go on instagram now right and they're doing this and they can pick out who's vulnerable there. Believe it or not mean they can go on and look. Looking for looking for kids who are saying, they're sad kids who are seeking validation by getting naked as they can yeah, and you match that with. Comments like knowing likes me that you know, and then they'll engage pretend to be the high school quarterback from the town over and say, Hey, you're you're really pretty what's wrong and Or Hey you're so beautiful I'd like to take pictures of photographer mutiny at my studio, and that's how it begins. How often do you find that these children are sometimes involved in this and they have so much shame around at that they aren't asking for help. They aren't going to their parents. They're just a victim. This is a very important point because it's exactly what happens. It's this other almost hidden form of trafficking that happens anywhere everywhere it doesn't matter your socioeconomic condition. So, here's an example, right where fifteen year old is dating sixteen year old boy and you know they're having sex and they're taking pictures and videos, and then as happens generally break up and it's usually you know a bad break up and then he says, look what I have not only do I have these videos but I have your entire groupie meals for your church congregation or for your grandma and Grandpa the school principal, and if you don't do what I tell you now. I will send these pictures out so I want you to have sex with my friend or me or want you to do x Y and Z, and they're literally traffic king these girls. Through shame through the fear that they're going to be exposed with these videos, and so that's something when we see those cases and we talked to the parents efforts there just dumbfounded we had no idea. We couldn't. We just our daughter is leaving with our friends know she was leaving to go service someone in fear that the pictures of her Engaging in sexual activity will be exposed to her church or to her grandma. And it's a tool traffickers use in parents again, need to be alert to that. I mean you've seen some pretty evil things than the work that you do is because you are so devoted to your own family. How do you compartmentalize like? How do you not think about these things when your home with your own kids and how do you not let that evil? Penetrate you. When I I was asked can early two thousands to do this. I initially said I couldn't do it. I told my boss there's no way I can do this and I went home and my wife agreed with me there's no way you can do this for that very reason like how do you deal with that? How do you see that and how does it affect you as a father and you just become just sad and cynical and we said we can't do this because we have kids and then by the morning I'm in the mirror looking at myself and practicing my rejection speech to my boss I'm going to tell me I can't do this and my wife comes in and tears. And she says, we wrong we're wrong about this. She said for the same reason we thought we couldn't do this. We have to do this because we have kids, and if it's true that millions of kids are in fact being traffic this way we need to engage in and she said to me look one condition I have total veto power. If I see the lights go out near is I'm GonNa pull the plug and so at that point we decided to what can we do and the key for us as being really really tight is a couple. Faith and prayer have played big for me believing that this is God's work I need to give layer protection and I felt that to a come home from work and just somehow like veil like, oh, not even thinking about it, and so I think that has a lot to do with it but the relationship with my family and my children to keep that strong and and keep communication open you don't express my concerns and fears and. So. That's kind of how I have dealt with it. Everybody has their own mechanisms many don't deal with it. They just quit sky be traumatizing like even just hearing some of your stories as was preparing for our chat today sluice podcast and watching interviews. You've given their things you described that I just I'm like, oh, it's so hard to hear and I feel my eyes welling with tears and I think about how traumatizing it is just to hear a synopsis of it and you're actually seeing these victims and you seeing their little faces I mean, that's trauma to you. which has to take a toll. Have you seen a therapist? Like how do you cope with that? Not have yourself become one of the victims. So. The government actually required us to see therapists regularly make sure that we were not losing our minds you know and and at Oh you are we offer that also operators we have a volunteer therapists you will help because it's just needed to process this and kind of get it out of your mind. Yeah. There's no easy answer. There's no easy solution to that. One is just you know there was a time once where it was actually the very first time that I had actually seen one of the children. And we actually made this. In previous video in a child rape video and it was just shocking I'm like I know this kid and he was only five years old and he. Settled he came up to me and hugged me and he and he started crying and he said I don't belong here and I was just like I remember being overwhelmed we ended up using the information from that rescue that took us to a house in San Bernardino California where we raided the house and found twelve other victims that this monster was kidnapping from Mexico and and other places and using them as subjects of his child rate material, and so I remember going home and I was just like I'm done I can't do this and I walked in the House and my knees gave out like I had a physical reaction I didn't sleep a couple of days but. I fall down just a mess. My wife thinks I'm having a heart attack or something and she runs up to me and basically cradles means Jesus like what's wrong I told her I said I can't do this anymore and she's just so gently reminds me and this is something that everybody needs to be reminded of, and she said as hard as this is for you. Compare that to the pain of those children I mean the did so much from it just kinda jumped up and I was like, no no, you're right. This is crazy and this is why people won't engage it to your first comment about why we don't see this more in the media yeah. In reasons is that very fear of you know we can't help it as human beings. We see a child suffering we automatically superimpose our own children's faces child. Yeah. Pain is so much that it's easier just to kind of turn a blind eye to it and everybody needs my wife's advice, which is you know what? It's okay to shed a little innocence and engage like Schilling you're doing it right now I get it hurts. It hurts it hurts to talk about this and hurts even look at it and so many say I'm out. Instead. We are people that are like you know I'm GonNa talk about it. That's going to be hard I'm going to engage it. We've had influencers who Lindsey stirling for example, the international artist violinist. For years she talks about how she wanted to help you are do you want to help but she's like how can I bring such darkness to a place my social media, my community, the place of light, and so she struggled bill is wait a minute I'm thinking about this. Wrong. I need to take this light that we've built with these amazing people and used that light and shine in the darkness to find these kids and then when she had that it still hurts. We have to shed tears we have to feel heartache. We have see our kids faces superimposed on we have to what the sacrifices but. I tell people were sacrifice I. think it has a more profound meaning than perhaps we give it sacrifices and just giving up something it's giving up something for something better. That's what sacrifice in and that better is liberating. Children and people who are enslaved and once they get their is on that goal. It's a little easier to shed some of our innocence engaged so. Is, the key. I wanted to interrupt this episode because lifers. I know if you've made it this far if you didn't turn it off because your stomach had turned if you're strong enough courageous enough to continue listening and ask yourself what it is, you can do I'll tell you what we can do. We can get involved. I want you to go to our rescue dot org. I have pledged a ten thousand dollar donation to this organization to help them in their fight against child sex. Slavery. Many of you may have actually been a part of the declutter project that we recently did where we taught twenty five thousand people how to declutter their home and take things that they were otherwise going to donate and how to sell them, how to resell them and encouraging you to just make a five dollar monthly donation. If that's all that you can afford great and if you can't afford that I'm encouraging you to do your part in some other way lend your time. This is too big of a cause for us not all get behind it but I'm going. To. Go one step further than that every single dollar for every single item that I sell my past clothing or items or goods everything that I'm reselling every single penny of it is going to operation underground railroad and I am going to challenge you to do the same. There's a link at the top of our show notes. While you're continuing to listen to this episode, you don't even have turn the podcast off as you're listening you can just click on that link and make a donation or learn more about how you can join the fight. All right back to him. Well. Big. Thank you to your wife to for how much she's encouraged. The right decisions on behalf of your family. Tell me about. Gardy story. So, Gardy is he's a little boy who you a citizen born in United States to. Haitian. Parents of Haitian descent and the family moved back to Haiti. And this little boy with within a couple years of moving back was actually kidnapped by traffickers in Haiti kidnapped from the church where the father was the pastor from the parking out of the church and put a motorcycling gun. And I heard about the case being the little boy was a US citizen and I tried to work the case as a US agent leaving. I could find that connection ultimately know I met the father promised that we would never stop to found his child. But then ultimately. Legally speaking it was just a Haitian case committed by Haitians and the US governments that we can't engage this. And that was the final answer. So but I made a promise it as man and so ultimately you know I went to my wife has it would be. The only way for me to actually work this case would be to quit. But. I want the case in the same thing was happening in. Colombia. The same time I overextended there as well. I went down to do kind of consulting work. Instead I turned it into an operation made myself the bait and that has There's actually a feature film about that that's coming out. I think you're gonNA watch it soon. That's right. So that tells that story which was happening at the same time of the Gardy story in Haiti, and we ultimately we quit. That's how we started operation underground railroad to go after those two cases, and in one case we rescued over one hundred victims. Most of them children. In the other case, we didn't find the little boy, but we found the traffickers and liberated twenty eight. Who are being held by those traffickers? So you found the traffickers who actually kidnapped. Gardy. So you find those traffickers are they look at a location? Are you in contact with Gardez father when this is happening? Sure. Yes. Guard fathers close by we followed several leads that lead us to this compound and we fly a drone over the compound in downtown port-au-prince and find that there's a couple dozen at least children who are in this place and let me get closer and find out on the wall. It says orphanage right in Haitian Creole and now we're like, oh my gosh. So we do checks with the police work with the police and there's like there's no orphanage. This must be a front. So then the next thing to do is they asked me to go in. With cameras up and go in undercover. Okay. To find out what's going on just kind of walk in just kind of cold knock can just walk in. So we walk in there in his guys are very clear to us within minutes. So you must have heard what we do here. Yeah. We heard what you do here. We don't adopt kids, but we sell kids and their ten thousand dollars each pick whichever one you want. Instructions on how to evade the police and that's it. No questions on as your heart racing are you sweating? Do you want to just blow the whole thing in choke somebody like what does that feel like that moment take us there. So you know that was I've been doing this for over twelve years at that point. So I learned how to not. To those kind of instincts to just reach out and scream and punch and. Ruin the case so I, learned to do that. But this case was interesting different because early on I talked about how I'd go to therapists and I learned early on how to not superimpose my children's faces on these kids because in the beginning, it was tearing me apart I mean there's Times at work drive to my kid's school take them home I could see some video that reminded me of my kids and I take them home and just hugged them and cry and like I can't do this. So I learned how? To not let that happen. But on this operation, some twelve years into my. Work now so you are as walking it at his place it started happening again because there was twenty eight kids and so it was a so many just think. Having happened in decided in that moment for some reason, not to employ those tools that would allow me to block superimposing my kids faces and I just let it happen. But if I let this happen, I learned on that operation that I never should've employ those tools. The first place I should have because when you actually allow it to happen what would you do for your kid? Go to extra lengths you'll. You'll use more creativity you will push it harder farther and that's what I ended up doing and we were able to rescue all twenty eight of those children, and in fact, I, think that exercise that. I went through. Caused me to attach myself so much to the kids that the two that were actually purchased in this case was also unique in that it was a preventative strike in other words these. Sexually abused yet everything's did you know that when you walked in, we didn't know him. Okay. Afterwards medically cleared into it was class are being sold to pedophile. And usually you know the crime has to occur first before we get the evidence. So it's very rare. The only reason we got to do such a preventative strike was because we were following this little boy. So he the little Boy Guardian lead us into a situation where we got there in preventative kind of preemptive way. But back to the point of you know what I felt when I let the kids, the kids I ended up actually adopting those to those children. And I and I do think that the result of doing something it's hard, which is just let it happen. Let the kids be your kids. Is it hurts a little bit but the reward is worth. Let them be yours because nobody else's no one. Else's claiming except for monsters. And so we adults need to just be the family and whatever that means you'll know but that people need to engage to that extent I. Think. How is it that you know will first of all, let me ask do we know where Guardia's has already been found? We have not found Garda yet. We haven't stopped me sync. We're closer than we ever have been. And we think he's alive these things that the person who scooped him up that day was that exact individual arrested or is it? Someone who is transporting? Yes, the person who scooped him up and the people who had them I were arrested and they had already sold him. So we've had to track that kind of supply chain and tried to find where where he now. But as we've pursued looking for over the last many years, we've actually been able to liberate. Over five hundred. Kids in Haiti believe it or not looking for him Oh is it like as a father to have to go to Gardez father who you made this promise to and tell him that you'd rescue these twenty eight? But that his son wasn't amongst them. That was one of the most things. Most difficult conversations I've ever had I had we had him in a different location at a hotel. and. When we went into this false orphanage. We're going to find his son and he didn't. He wasn't there and the operation was successful as much as the travelers went down and we got the kids out. But I had to go back to the father whose name is guests no and tell him. That your son wasn't there and I remember walking into the hotel. He saw me I. saw him. No words are necessary. He knew exactly. The message the depressing mentioned I didn't have a son I sit down. He starts crying I'm crying. And I'm able to Eke out the words that we did get twenty eight kids out. But it seems really insignificant in the moment and then he stops in kind of. POPs up stops crying and says, well, why are we said you got the twenty eight kids I said Yeah but I'm worried about the one we didn't get any said you're missing the point he said if he hadn't been kidnapped wouldn't have been a response and those twenty eight kids would still be enslaved. This. So profound he said if I have to give up my son. So, these twenty kids can be rescued. That is a burden I'm willing to bear. For my life. And he went on to take eight of those twenty children and bring them home. These children who he claimed were rescued in name of his son. He adopted eight of them. He brought them in. Yeah. Without even knowing by the way how he was gonNA take care of we found donors, but he just did the right thing. said the right thing and and that's who he is. You know I think it's actually. I've learned so much from him about such an important lesson. He's in Hell. He's in darkness i. He's told me many times I wished I just knew my son was dead 'cause I can find peace in that it. San Known knowing that he's not dead he's alive and wear in whose hands I said. I. Don't know how you do with it. And how? How do we find light in the darkness? You do stuff like bringing children you serve, and that's what he taught. Me Service brings the lights service does something to you, and even physiologically I studied that later it's amazing what happens when you serve and so that's what I learned from him in its lesson for all this is an serve one. Another something magical happens when you do that, your lights come on. Its recently in social media, kind of taken on a life of its own and some people conspiracy theories of. Different large. ECOMMERCE websites which we may or may not name where there's a S- theory that you could buy children on these very mainstream well known publicly traded companies and people showing like Oh look if you search this particular term, it'll pull up this item. Let's say toy box that is priced at ten thousand dollars and really what they're doing is they're using this to kind of, I. Guess You could say like hide or not sure the right word is but like to mask the fact that they're selling children and everybody's talking about this a couple of weeks ago and I was kind of excited about that because at least as calling attention to the fact that. This is happening. Can you break down some of those rumors I mean those things true. Is kind of true. What do we need to now? Yeah. So there's been so much out there and so much. That's not true. That's been debunked, and so it's kind of a dual edged sword tour. It's like well, I'm glad eight people we got their attention over these things. Now we have them explain what is actually is it's not going to me what any good you know if they don't know what it actually is. So is the Internet used to buy and sell children and child exploitation material? Absolutely I mean I've I've been undercover on every social media APP I've gone to certain websites where you can find those deals that are being. Being offered the kids sure. Is it covert like that where it's like Oh your. Bank I've never seen it. I've never seen anything like VAT. I've never seen anything like posing his furniture or anything I would generally works is you know if you go to certain places in social media, for example, where there's like a hookup application? And and someone says something like I got twelve I got a twelve or something. You know they'll. They'll be those codes cryptic. Yeah like. A twelve year old you got a twelve year old and say, hey, email me over here and then boom. Now you got the email thread. Here's what I've got. You know here's what she does. I know this because I've spent twelve years doing that you know finding those people who are online doing that. So that definitely happens are people paying with bitcoin like I mean how much of this is happening on the? Dark Web. It seems like we can trace people's IP addresses. We can trace back payments like how is this happening that we're not busting people wide open and tracing it back to them is the truth is we are actually. So the there's a great law enforcement units like for example, Internet, Crimes Against Children Task Force which I was a part for many many years there is the ability in technology and they are arresting Regularly every day they're getting arrested, but the problem is it's overwhelming the amount, and so it's just it's about getting more resources, more detectives, more agents who can investigate these kinds of crimes because the demand for investigations is so big and they just they can only do so much. Well, only hear these discussions about defunding the police. How much could this impact crimes against children? Oh it could impact it severely and this is why because If you start taking resources away from law enforcement. The first thing generally go are proactive investigations because horsemen, they can't not do the reactive reactive stuff. Is Homicides Bank robberies. Arson, things that are happening that everybody knows you've got to respond, right? Yeah and so the proactive investigations are something that if you don't know you don't know and so it's harder to convince the generally down the budget further down on the priority, and that's where child crimes generally finds itself in proactive crimes. These kind of cases don't land on your desk generally, you've gotta go out and get them. You've got to be proactive in finding where kids are being vulnerable where they're being. Sold where they're being hurt and so when you start taking resources away, the first thing that goes proactive investigations when we work in developing countries where there's very limited resources. They'll be the first to tell you. We don't do proactiveness. Gatien's very rare be we don't have time all we can do to keep up with the homicides and everything else, and so that's why oh you are exists and exist to make sure that where there's a shortfall in a shortcoming a budget, we can fill it and we can make sure that the tools are provided in. The twenty six countries where we work, and so we're already even before talks of taking resources away from law enforcement. Even before that, we were already facing an uphill battle trying to get resources to law enforcement. So for to already be working so hard and so challenge to get everybody what they need, and then to hear Oh, we're going to start taking stuff away when just I. Just a punch in the face of our mission right and more importantly to the children who their only hope is that some law enforcement entity will come for them. So again back to how people are able to do this. So do pain for children on a credit card is a cashier's check is in Bitcoin is this happening on the dark web? Is this happening right under our nose? It is. Yeah. This is happening on the dark net absolutely bitcoin. I've worked cases where I know the BITCOIN was was utilized anyway to transaction. People aren't they're not going to great lengths to cover it up what you're saying. You know generally on the cases that I have worked it's just quiet cash. Transfers. There's not a need that often tend to be that creative with it, but it's just like any other crime drug crimes or anything else how can just pass money and an exchange kids your child exploitation material part of that whole Internet swarm that happened around these big e commerce sites also started rap in well known Hollywood celebrities and politicians. Again, I'm happy that we're calling attention to the subject but is that a waste of our time is that we should be spending our efforts in what are your thoughts around that? I. Mean I've had so many people send me this video in that video in naming this person or that person. Just like look. There's not enough data first of all to make that kind of conclusion that I've seen, but there is data. That I know that we can't even get to. There's confirmed data of predators and pedophiles and children you help there's confirmed data. So let's focus on that right now because it's we can't even get to that. You know. So it's it's more of you know if you want to go down different rabbit holes yeah. I think that in light of what we actually know and have in sense of real confirmed cases we don't time. and. There's so many who will hear this interview and have. It'll touch them. It'll leave a pit in their stomach and they're gonna WanNa do something. was, should we be doing? What can we do and how do we continue to keep this conversation at the forefront because it's the children who? Don't have a voice, right? It's getting loud is what it is. You know it's what people do. It's Actually, the first thing is talk about it find out the facts. Understand what's actually happening and then share it. We provide all sorts of data and content and materials. So people understand what it actually is. And, and that's probably the most important thing is. Learn and share, and then you'll automatically like learn. Naturally what to look for in report things of the police you know get involved I'd say, go your local government and make sure they understand. Your concerns and ask them what resources do you have? Are there any law enforcement task forces that connects in my town my city that that work proactive cases to find children In and take out. Predators, and if not, we'll we demand that there should be. Please get involved with the local Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force please get yourself trained. Please get yourself the tools that you need of the canine detection units. For example, that can sniff out digital media that lead to rescuing children and. Banjo and these are all tools that Oh, you are provides for people. So we asked people find out what your need is an income to US partner and make sure that your community has everything needs, particular law enforcement, and your after care services have everything they need to fight this crime in your own local communities. Is this a criminal enterprise that is shrinking because we're more aware of it or is it growing because more people have access to the Internet? Where are we? That's good and we are definitely increasing capability, but I don't see the numbers going down because it starts what is growing the plague. Really it's sex addiction. It's people that you know why do they want this? They want to have sex with sure why you know and it's just as growing a lot because of online pornography which people to an addiction level where there it's not. Enough and they start going further and they're all looking at kids. So that's the thing we're also fighting is this demand that just continues and so we need to address demand in because otherwise you know we'll always rescue kid but they're not just replace another kit. You mentioned that there's high demand in certain countries. Certain countries are kind of known as destinations for to basically rape children. With Kovic again, in the restrictions that had been placed especially United States and others with regard travel. How has that impacted these crimes and these children? It's been very difficult. Because we can't move freely and lot. I can't move freely and they need to be able to. Track the different leads. At the same time we've been able to focus our efforts on a lot of online stuff and help on for give them the tools they need to be able to better track what's happening online, and they're still active. There's and we're still active we're still moving, but the restrictions on movement has been very difficult. You know the lockdown has hurt economies and getting supplies and things that we need to our after care homes and we've had to make extra effort. So yeah, it's taken its toll for sure. Do you think that the because these travel destinations have been restricted in band that some of these perpetrators have moved more of their operations online? And if so, how easy is it to find these people online and you know like if I'm a parent in something were to happen by find out the example you gave us in the beginning that my six year old was asked take a photo, do a call the police like what do we do and there's so much shame I think on the part of the parent is like, Oh, my Gosh how did this happen? You shouldn't have known. Yeah. So the answer's absolutely yes to all that. Really yes, there definitely, we've seen movements towards. Using online 'cause the kids are vulnerable and parents have to report. Report and sometimes I think I just had this little piece of information. It's help well, that might be the last piece of other another bigger puzzle that you send in and boom that we got this whole ring. This Predator it is about talking reporting to the police. That's your first call. Is this just happened? I just saw this online. and. From there, the police do their job. You know we hear about sex trafficking and also just slavery in general What when we think of slavery, I, it's not just sex slavery. What type of conditions are children being subjected to? In fact, the more prominent form of slavery for children and adults is slave labor where there literally are owned by other people and forced to work in this all over the world and I mean in total the the estimate is about thirty million people that are that don't control their own bodies. And it's guest about ten million or sex slaves about two million of those are child sex slaves. So those are kind of the numbers but slave labors a very big deal and we do work. We see those cases because oftentimes in once you're a slave of any kind it's just a matter of time I'd say many if not most cases it just matter of time before you turned into a sex 'cause you're already someone's property, it can be very interchangeable. What can we do to help bring awareness and to get our mainstream media talking about this making this a bigger issue I know everyone hears these stories and it hurts your heart. But I just I'm not seeing enough of it in mainstream media. What can we do to help you? Yeah it's getting loud and this is why I think media has turned into the corporations trying to be relevant make money, and for whatever reason this is just my own opinion here but. People want to be outraged because you get a dopamine hit when you're outrage right and I think the media is actually filling that demand they know people and we outraged so they give them the sensational headline mean even mainstream meteorite read a headline of any kind and then you article like wait the headline is a match. You know click it just yeah. But they want people to be outraged I do think they over report things they make things worse than they are good they want to since asics because. They want to feed demand for outrage. So what I want is people get so loud that become thing they want to be outraged over. If we're going to be outraged, you wanted to be outraged fine. Let's be outraged over the one thing we can all agree on it may be the only thing left in this world that every party creed religion everyone agrees because we're out of pretty much out of things we all agree on. Yeah. One of those I think is that children shouldn't be kidnapped traffic draped. This all get outraged together. Yes. And then if we do I, think the media will respond and say, Oh, they're mad about this the start giving them more stories on modern day slavery because that's what the people want to be outraged over. So it's on US I. Think to influence the media by getting really loud and showing this is what we want to talk about. Tim for those who are outraged and they feel this and they want to keep that momentum going, how can they get in touch with operation underground railroad go you are rescued dot org there's so many options there. You can click a button that says join the fight and learn all about how you can get involved. We have content their videos. There's a documentary about operational gorillas. You can see how the operations rule out and that's called operation to Saint. You can watch that on Amazon. And just go there and you'll learn everything or visit other organizations. There's lots of organizations that are doing amazing. It doesn't have to be ours find one that you like that you connect with and just get involved Levin. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you on behalf of everyone I knows listening today. Thank you and your wife and your family and the people who work in your Organization for the work that you do. It is God's work and I can't tell you how much it means to all of us bank usually appreciate it absolutely. Thanks him.

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Megadeth: se Dimebag tivesse aceitado, hoje no existiria o Lamb of God, diz Ellefson - Ritual Metal Mantra #037

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Megadeth: se Dimebag tivesse aceitado, hoje no existiria o Lamb of God, diz Ellefson - Ritual Metal Mantra #037

Metal Mantra Podcast

11:51 min | 5 d ago

Megadeth: se Dimebag tivesse aceitado, hoje no existiria o Lamb of God, diz Ellefson - Ritual Metal Mantra #037

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The Path Of Energy Mastery (Part 1 of 3)

My Seven Chakras

20:34 min | 1 year ago

The Path Of Energy Mastery (Part 1 of 3)

"The Senate Chuck Swirling for two Seasons Energy position throughout the base of the spine to the crown of the head for thousands of this ancient wisdom has been can stop the master to sail. What are the functions of these energy centers and Cook? These chucked. Help you unlike your destiny and find your purpose. Welcome to my Senate Chocolates Chuck and now your host a giant Kumar. Look what's what's up. Actions ribe eighty here host and founder of my seven chuckers shore. Wavy help you expedients more healing more awakening and more abundance now. How many of you know that? We've been working behind the scenes on a new project. There is called the action tribe energy circle right for the last couple of months runs. And we've been hinting at it here and there so I'm super excited to announce that we are finally ready to unveil this new project and we're we're doing that through a free video CDs. There's going to be all about why the Walmart and the how of this new expedients simply put. My goal is to help you careers your web rations and Master Your Energy in two thousand twenty so that you can expedients more healing more weakening and more abundance now if you put a lot of work into this and this is a video serious when you'd like to watch the video itself then you can go to my seven chuckers dot com forward slash energy circle. That's my severed my seven chuckers dot com forward slash energy circle once again. That's my seven. JERKERS DOT COM forward slash energy. SOCAL socal but I do know that many of you listen to our show in transit in the buzz while you're driving or someplace else and I wanted to make this supercontinent for you so I decided to applaud the Audio version on our podcast today but in case you want to watch the video then you can do so as well non super excited to share this with you honestly. There was an arnold tar and effort that went into creating these sessions so I hope you enjoy the first session. Just imagine waking up everyday to a life of balance connection and aprons living a life of abundance Indi- and floor that allows you to manifest your desires estate that allows you to get in touch with your true nature and expedience oneness with life. All this new beginning is almost here. Hello Hey there. Welcome to the rise of action tribe. It three part video series about healing awakening and abundant. So whether you're looking for ways to heal your emotions it cleese your inner infusion or maybe attract more Obama's into your life so you my friend are in the right place and by the way my name is. Aj I'm the host and founder of mice. Jukka does and for the past five five years. I have dedicated my life to connecting with and learning from some of the greatest leaders and visionaries and healers Shamans and and and mentors out there. Now this is the first in a series of videos where I and my mentors would be shared certain principles and certain techniques. Do to help you. Transform your energy and your life so are you ready. Let's get started because when you know what to focus on and what not to focus on you will feel the era wheel of confusion and all well lift up from your aura. Died self will allow you to make some progress towards your goals now with this video we're going to cover three areas number one. We're GONNA talk about energy. We're going to explore the concept of energy and how whole energy influences and impacts and sheep's you're a data life world's going to be talking about the energy of mentorship. I'm going to be sharing my story of connecting with these mentors and receiving mentorship from some of the most expedient heaters the word and we're also going to explore some of the midst and misconceptions that Salon. The baffled topic of mentorship and thirty. We're going to explore the Energy Reggie of tribe and how having the right Dr can. Literally lead to more happiness more fulfillment and more joy for you just through to the power of association so as you can imagine. We have God jam packed session later for you. And let's born and actually drive. More than research is now confirming what the ancients had written about thousands of years ago. That energy is all all that. Is your thoughts your emotions. Your physical body. Your spirit of it is nothing but energy in fact according to the ancient sages energy flows through our bodies through Energy Meridians are ninety. Just like our vade Scotty gatty blood. These Meridians Galley energy to and from different organs and wherever the energy is required and when the energy isn't able to flow properly in your body water reserves is an energetic blockage. which is why it's so important especially in today's age that your energy especially your hearts and your emotions and your entire human bio field is floyd Broccoli for peak held and former white daddy and lucky for US action drive? We've got an abundance of energetic healing. Modalities like Yoga and meditation visualization and using sound all of these techniques and really help us let go and and experienced a shift within seconds that makes us feel and we are energy. Not just on an individual you'll basis but even at a collective level we are part of this expensive consciousness whether you refer to it as the infinite intelligent Our collective consciousness are non local mind but we are part of this amazing network of consciousness and each eighteen everyday people are unconsciously tapping into this particular consciousness through experiences of intuition or synchronicity off on even the laboratory and it feels like. That's the good part is that we're entering and we're stepping into a new dimension of consciousness and this is just a tip of the iceberg because I have discovered that we have so many extra sensory of Benin's like dominant within us once we are able to awaken them and we will be able to manage our energy much more easily literally manifest the life of our dreams. Now here's the thing attempting to master your energies all by herself. In my opinion anion is a mistake because with the presence of Google and social media instead of making the journey even more simple with the overlord Lord of options that we face on a daily basis. This process of spiritual awakening has become more all whelming and more stressful stressful. Because what ends up happening. Is You click all these different buttons and go and saw many different directions. Tangents that you end up feeling like you're not art making progress on your spiritual journey and if you are on platforms like Youtube or facebook or twitter instagram. I'm I'm sure that you will be able to let to what I am sharing right now. What you need is a mentor? Who has been there? And Doc there and has the wisdom to provide you simple advice in terms of the exact principles and the methods and techniques that you need to apply apply in your life to expedience a shift now hundreds of years back if you wanted to find your own mentor. You would have to travel to a father bottom line and spend years to with the attention of that individual and if you were lucky then after a few years you would have received that back with you from your mentor. Which is why is spent years to put together a panel of experts and healers and visionaries then then have impacted my life Gardez Human Revolution Council? Do help our community ascend to the next level which brings me to the point wind off the energy of mentors. Let's go back in time now. I had my first expedients with the phenomenon. AWW mentorship over four years back when I had decided to start a PARKA ZTE and in doing so I give myself about sixty episodes to see if this was going to be for me or not and within a few weeks I was booked every Saturday morning would have an hour long session. With three deep mentors were heaters teachers and visionaries and Yogis and they would answer all my questions and share their own story and of overcoming their challenges and their trials is struggles holiday transformed their then record these sessions and Lord them on my website and all the different platforms for my rapidly growing global audience and guess what people love decisions agents so much so that apple list our podcast on the front page of ideas for six weeks straight and all. This journey interviewed some amazing people. Such as Marianne Williamson was running for the. US Presidential Elections Jute Popular Author of the Book Wheels of Life Mark Allen who was the founder of the publishing house. You were library as Anna Forest is the now your auger kitchen. And to these mentoring sessions. I received an education received wisdom that no pores or no class would provide. I would just ask these questions during the interview and then our task in the light of wisdom that would descend upon me and to the messages and the DMZ DM's and the emails that I received from our audience worldwide. I learned that people were truly enjoying this experience now over the years after conducting three hundred and fifty interviews. I have refined my method of extracting wisdom from my guests through active listening reputation in storytelling and found that this has helped our community our listeners better absorbed and imported the wisdom that is shed during the interviews so that they can transform their life and very soon you shall be able to step into this. The energy of that you do can transform your life because like I said this is a very powerful energy which brings me to my next point. Which is the energy of Dr? No here's a court to ponder you become the average of the people that you hang which is why it's even more important to connect with people who are going to uplift you and to hang out with people who have a vision for where they want go in life and the research now shows that your tribe doesn't even have to be living near you for the energy to have an influence on new one study in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that if your friend becomes obese in you have a fifty seven was a chance of becoming obese yourself even if your friend lives hundreds and hundreds of miles away from you now. What does imply is? Is that your New York. Dr Has an influence on your energy on your emotions on your tarts feelings and your entire or all headway -delity even if your drive is not physically those now. I know that many of you are not surrounded rounded by people who are on the part of transformation people who do not believe in the power of authorities who don't believe that change is possible. Who Don't I believe in spirituality and just being around them all the time? Kick feel very limiting conferred very toxic and stressful. Which is why I think as soon as I began referring to our global listenership as action drive you visited with designing? Because I feel that somehow you felt that sense of connection you felt that sense of oneness you felt that sense of belonging and knowing me as well as all the other listeners in our community even though we have not met in person yet at least in this lifetime uh-huh and this very energy is what I referred to as the energy of drive. It is real. It is tangible it is powerful fool and it has the capacity to transform your life. Now I'm going to read out a question that I get pretty often and the question is. I'm not sure if I could change. I've tried many things in the past but they haven't really worked for me. So what do I do so this is his aides fair question and if you are watching this video right now. There's a good chance that you might have this question as well. Now you see the human mind is designed to keep both you and me safe and within our comfort zone because the human brin wants us to be a life and whenever alert we attempt something new and we expedience a temporary failure or a setback or we make a mistake. The Brin makes it point to note down these moments and whenever you're trying something new in the future it makes it a point to remind you of these these moments that you experienced in the past and as a dessert of all of this you reduce the number of times that you try out new things and order period of time if you listen to your instincts you start living in the past but the action drive mindset is different you see as humans we are creatures of change and the very reason that we as a species have evolved because of our ability to go past past failures and discomfort and keep trying again and again and again and keep coming back until we have attained our our goal and the factors that we have discussed today will prove very crucial for you on your journey ahead and I'm going to summarize them number number. One is an awareness of how energy ships your life and influences literally every moment of your life number to access us to mentorship so that you get the support you get the feedback. You get the advice that you will need a long journey and number three. Is Harry Access. Do Your own tribe that will uplift you that with support you and that will hoard spears for you on your journey so that you can experience that energetic ship now the next question that we've been getting a lot is I don't have the time for energy work now. This again is a very valid question because most of us we live in the city. And we've got so many commitments and things to do and the end of the day. We just don't have the time right now. The truth is that that energy work need not take that much time it really depends on your schedule and how is set up but even eight to ten minutes of focused energy work whether it's meditation or some Yoga or some contemplation or some energy work can make eight tremendous difference to your overall state and your ability to handle the demands that are placed onto you during the day and the beauty of energy work. Is that the more you do it the more time that you will seem to have because you feel much more relaxed. You are much more calm. You're more collected. You are more inflow. You're more focused. You're more in touch with if your higher self and in that state you are literally on and it's a great feeling to have and that my friend is how you embark on the hot to energy Moscow now in the next radio. I'm going to be talking about a couple of things number one. I'll be shedding shedding and talking about two different energies in your energetic system and how they are influencing your life right now and then I'm going to invite one of my mentors was part of the Human Revolution Council and she's going to be doing a quick energy session on the topic off finding your Oba's and she's also going to get a glimpse into what she is going to be covering during her upcoming masterclass and finally I'm going to share with you. Torri the powerful dips for energy work. That'll help you focus on the right thing. So that you experience more alignment mint on your wonderful spiritual journey but for now I'd love to learn more about you. Let me ask you. What would it feel we like? Or what would your life be like if you had more energy more happiness and more peace on a daily basis just down below below this video and you might see a comment section and feel free to add your comments below if you like this video the nature you hit like and share this video with a a friend or do so that we can spread this message to our word and finally. I hope you enjoyed this first video and I'll see you in the next on an extra by hope. You enjoyed this particular session off our CDs and in case you're curious you're fascinated and you wanna see individual itself and like I said earlier. My seven Jerkers darcom Florida slash energy circle. That's my chocolate dot com forward slash energy circle. You and if you'd like to connect if you've got questions of feedback some observations than as always my email is aj at my seven Chuckers DOT COM AG at my seven jugglers dot dot com and. I'd love to connect with you one on one. So if you're on instagram then make sure you take a screen shot of this and tag me. My handle is at my zone. Checkers Equitas at my seven. Sugars are to follow you back in and connect have a nice day. Thank you for. You're listening to my sudden shot at my soup. CHUCKLES DOT COM by S. E. V. CHOPPERS DOT COM.

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Explainer 216: Afghanistans power-sharing deal

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

07:04 min | 11 months ago

Explainer 216: Afghanistans power-sharing deal

"It is really an indication that a given status coherent cohesive unfunctional when more than one person to be the head of it indeed. This sort of situation is much more usually an indication of actual or imminent civil war. Such a standoff has been occurring for some months in Afghanistan where Tuman Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdulah each insist that they won last. September's presidential election enough honeystone President Ashraf Ghani has sworn in for a second term in Kabul but his rival Abdulah dealer diffused to recognize the inauguration and held his own swearing in ceremony as a pleasant. The official result held the Gandhi. The incumbent had won pretty handily and had the full being re elected. Abdullah claimed the whole thing was a fixed declared victory anyway and vowed to foam a parallel administration. The earlier indications are that we have more votes and that's That's what was clint and The yes of course Even to the extension things have been investigated so far it shows a lot of irregularities last month Ghani and Abdullah went so far. As to hold competing inauguration ceremonies a watching world struggled to imagine how this was going to end. Well there is now some possibly positive. News reports are coming in K. political development in Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani and his rival Abdullah Abdullah have ended months of crisis by agreement share power. The rival claimants appear to have put their dispute behind them earlier. This Week Ghani and Abdullah came to terms the agreement. They signed acknowledges Ghani as President Bit Allows Abdullah to choose half of Janis cabinet and to lead peace talks with the Taliban should any. Such negotiations occur in close by funnest. Today's a great and historic day for our beloved Afghanistan of Africans proved that the think wisely in collectively about their national interests of militia Augusta. They were the leaders who are present. Here what hard to encourage the Afghan people? There's no doubt that the international communities in support of this political agreement along with countries in the region should make before we look at how and why we got here and what might happen. Next spoiler alert the dawning of a gilded era of peace and prosperity is a long shot a recap of the to uneasily reconciled pretenders in terms of direction. We're going in terms of accomplishments. We have some significant funds but in terms of satisfying the needs and aspirations of the people. We've looked Ashraf. Ghani President Ashraf Ghani he now. Indisputably is spent much of Afghanistan's decades of war with the Soviet Union and subsequently itself in the United States where he worked as an academic and for the World Bank he returned to Afghanistan after the Taliban which out of Kabul by the United States and its allies in late. Two thousand one. Gandhi became Minister of Finance. Won plaudits in some quarters and was at one point touted as a potential secretary general of the United Nations instead he ran for president in two thousand nine and lost then again in two thousand fourteen and one the candidate he beat Abdullah. Abdullah disputed the result and forced gone the into a power sharing arrangement. Observant listeners may detect a pattern emerging election is commitment before the people who have harnessed which has to take place on time at the same time it has to be free and fair and trucks patent That's the condition that too was promised to the people of Stan. In the commission the Independent Elegant Commission has to deliver Abdullah Abdullah an ice surgeon by training spent much of the war against the Soviets as an advisor to legendary Mujahedeen commander Ahmed Shah Masud and during the period of Taliban rule in the nine hundred ninety s served as a sort of foreign minister in exile for the Northern Alliance and other factions attempting to take the country back. He became Afghanistan's actual foreign minister. In the first post Taliban government the two thousand and nineteen election was his third unsuccessful attempts to become president as to what nudged Garni and towards compromise while some variety of agreement was always likely after an amount of theatrical posturing attention seems to have been focused by last week's terrorist attack on the maternity ward at Kabul's Dash Budget hospital a horrific crime that left twenty four women children and babies dead it was revolting enough indeed that it refocused international attention on Afghanistan which most violence in the country nowadays does not on the same day as the atrocity at Dusty Botchy. Thirty two people were killed by a suicide bomber at a police officer's funeral in Nangahar province five more in the truck bombing of military caught in Gardez resulting in many fewer headlines. Abroad this past Monday. Seven more people were killed. In the car-bombing of an Afghan intelligence facility in Ghazni Islamic state claimed the funeral bombing the Taliban the God is Ghazni attacks. The big brave warriors who perpetrated the hospital massacre have been strangely reluctant to own up as to what happens now the hope is that a unified Afghan government or at least an Afghan government which can do a plausible impression of being unified. We'll be in a position to restart peace talks with the Taliban. This is certainly what the. Us wants having reached its own accommodation with the Taliban in February Ghani and Abdullah had barely finished shaking hands when us. Special Representative to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad touchdown in Kabul. At which point we are reminded that Ghani and Abdullah may have had good reasons for preferring to argue with each other. Each knew what the other wanted power. It is far less certain that the Taliban want peace from Article Twenty Four. I'm Andrew Miller.

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O Tinder para Podcasters que combina Podcasters com convidados

RSS News I O Podcast de Not�cias para Podcasters

11:56 min | 1 year ago

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Middle class boy's Journey to Fitness | 5 years | Life Transition | Ep 3

UNPLUG & RAW

14:58 min | 2 months ago

Middle class boy's Journey to Fitness | 5 years | Life Transition | Ep 3

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Enflamme S#2 ep#7 La sduction dans l glise par Naama B.

Enflamme

27:50 min | 2 months ago

Enflamme S#2 ep#7 La sduction dans l glise par Naama B.

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Radar Metal Mantra #014 - Humanity's Last Breath, Ablaze My Sorrow, Simulacrum & God Is An Astronaut

Metal Mantra Podcast

24:53 min | 2 months ago

Radar Metal Mantra #014 - Humanity's Last Breath, Ablaze My Sorrow, Simulacrum & God Is An Astronaut

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Peter Ellis and the Christchurch creche case

RNZ: The Detail

19:06 min | 1 year ago

Peter Ellis and the Christchurch creche case

"Qaeda I'm Sharon Brick Kelly on the detail today the Christ Church Civic Creche case and Peter Ellis's lasted to clear his name the convicted child sex offender who's always protested his innocence and has some high profile people in his corner has been granted leave to appeal to the Supreme Court but he's dying of cancer and has been given three months to live when he dies the court proceedings die with him assistant evidence food ambassador awesome. It's found guilty June. The Fifth Nineteen ninety-three Thirty five year old Peter Ellis's found guilty of offenses against children. He is sentenced to ten years jail twenty eight years ago. A mother raised the alarm after saying who son who went to the the Christ Church Civic Creche had told her he did not like Peter's Blake Penis Court reporter. Martin van Bannon had been at the Christ church priests for just three months we news broke on the Peter Ellis case initially investigated the allegation made by a three roach all of this tastes after he told his mum <music> who radio actually written a handbook on sexual abuse and I think she was a social worker. The allegation was made formal complaint was mytalk. Christ and the police began their investigation so talking November by Christmas the place at the site of the closet investigation down not entirely happy with what are gone all of the crash but I decided that the investigation wouldn't get any food and then it was reactivated again after Christmas when parents were talk to the kids about what had happened quite a few of them wanted the children interviewed by the social welfare specialists in <hes> be a lot of the allegations were made those interviews defuse rumors about the case started around that time was much in the media about it until Peter was recent on the food charge in March all of nineteen ninety two we now know at the allegation was actually made and being ninety-one eventually he would face forty five charges and so how that'd build up from one todd's to forty five while the police investigation was chiefly determined by allegations made in interviews of if the children so during ninety two just about one hundred and twenty children who had a team that the crash were interviewed by Specialists Social Welfare Department interviews reviews these interviews trying to elicit evidence from young children during that year more and more children were interviewed and more and more allegations since came out so they would be faced by place and decision will be made with a charge would follow you know more and more charges were added threat year and Blau Toba uh-huh off ninety two four of Pitas fellow workers which is with an agency against children. The five defendants in the Christ church Christ sexual you'll abuse case are to stand trial in the High Court and the judge says the evidence that's come up needs to be put before a jury the five defendants one man and four women are charged with indecency offenses against a total of twenty preschoolers at the city council and Civic Charges Inter and one of them was the crash supervisor Guy Davidson so that that was that was a shocking development but quite predictable because if Peter was guilty of what he had done in that seemed very unlikely that he could have done all of a sudden it was a very very taint sane before the judge actually emerged <hes> the court was very full the whole gallery with full. There were people lining the walls them media bench. You could could've filled three times. There was a barrage of cameras <hes> television cameras and press photographers standing at the doorway waiting <hes> win win. The decision was announced. It was just a memory that went through and then is it sunken <hes> some some people started to cry in the front rows though people who obviously obviously related to the defendants and in fact a couple of children of the defendants <hes> once the judge lifts in the in the emotion really really had a high point someone called out you'll go down and all the defendants were crying. <hes> the parents of the defendants were crying. It was really emotional. Sane and the police in fact asked left alive who weren't directly involved to Maeve what was that like and Christ church at the time he was a student atmosphere and but don't think think we should overstate this but there was definitely a feeling that secret and evil things were happening behind doors that would one day be exposed but they just we just I couldn't get the evidence that it was a family conference in cross-stitch just weeks before the Finnish delegation guys Peter Ellis in which a couple of counselors from Wellington. I'm tired of talking about seeks rings Tall Seeks Rings Satanic Abuse and you know this middle class phenomenon of these secret rings taking children away in taking film filming photos and producing child pornography and even as early as nineteen ninety nine. There was a rumor about a child seeks ring all righty and crush so there was a feeling that child sexual abuse was very prevalent was very hidden involved powerful. People knowledge could be trusted but has strong getting was no. I mean mainly hood. A new book cools the city possessed and I can't remember too much about that but I do remember now on saying all this couldn't happen this. This is ridiculous. This is hysteria. This phenomenon wasn't just going on in Christ shoot at the time Ellison's Louis and Nitra Hampton sees it was happening around the world. Comoro panic was one of the things that accompanied what I would describe as a sort of malignant and fictious viral contagion Tiejun that started and a rose and peaked in the United States in the mid late eighty s and then spread around the western wish the world peaking in various places peaking in New Zealand in the light. He's early ninety s and that was a contagion of involving put claims of ritual satanic abuse and therefore involved these allegations emerging against Peter Ellis and then and it's dissipated disappeared that more that more wave and all those claims of satanic ritual abuse now that in itself affect us has disappeared that malignancy would indicate something and I say it indicates that this was a contrivance in effect leading tomorrow panic leading to the suggestions might to these children leading to that very questionable way that they were questioned not only by police interviews by their own parents in the cross contamination that occurred leading to what is being described not just by me but by I senior High Court Judge is outrageous and festival crime. I understand that h Lee at the same time that the <hes> the trial bill was going on that the play the crucible was on an Christ jute about the Salem witch trials and also there was graffiti around the such as Save the children is I know there was that there was that atmosphere and Peter Ellis was beaten up at his home. This was prior to the trial and a and it was a bullet to his mile box and stuff like that. I think that was the only bullet that they ended up going through a mailbox. At the time. Look was a hottie charged atmosphere leading up to the depositions in the trial and you covered the court cases right through or covered some of the positions and then I have catalysis trial. The high profile case began back in February last year in Ellis was dismissed from the civic childcare center after the charges were laid police alleged is the abuse happened and crash toilets at Ellison's flat and while Ellis was babysitting outside crash hours for women crash. We were also arrested. One was discharged in March at the deposition stage and the other three by the High Court. A month later seems to be because the evidence against them was was regarded as unreliable concise and what was it like actually covering the trial was pretty shocking was from shocking things that come out and some very bizarre things came out to and the jury's been showed videotaped and closed circuit television evidence from the eleven child complainants now edge between three and nine others to take the witness stand. Dan have included former case workers parents psychiatrists social welfare staff and medical witnesses but because I was already fairly well across it having done on the D. positions in three days of looking at children being interviewed. I didn't find that shocking but I'm sure that when people read the material that I was producing each day I would have found it <hes> arenas. What was it like the Yo I was a very inexperienced reporter. <hes> fraud into the middle of us and I hit my foods child during impeded trial wasn't great Tommy and some of those allegations that came out on reading now of six safaris tunnels and dungeons children being forced to drink their own urine and feces all of those were in front of the jury but generally speaking they were lots of bizarre allegations and the way the crown got around that was dic- well you know these children that still believe believe in Santa Claus and the tooth fairy and so they can be easily to mislead them not all of those more design allegations during the trial because the judge made a ruling or indicated to pay those defense counsel the videos that he wanted to show the jury had to be relevant to the charge so so the defense was trying to show the jury will look this is how the allegations died and after multiple interviews some of these design allegations decided to image but the jury it was still exposed for the design allegations including sticks being poked bottoms and needles and penises and eating feces and P._d. In writing all of them that sort of thing he was sentenced to ten years in jail as a convicted paedophile. What was the reaction to that or do you remember. Oh that immediately. Supporters began gathering to start some sort of came paint including his fellow workers who had lost the jobs bulbs the crisis closed retiring tests so they obviously wanted to play but they also had their own names clear and the Knicks the wall st that went to the the employment court and got a million dollar damages award epistle grievance without that million dollars was reduced to I think eighty thousand dollars you know behind the same as the first thing that was kept in the Saiga was an appeal to the court of Appeal and that was ninety four I think six and a half years later on the day of LSS. This is release. His mother is still campaigning to clear her son's name. A request for a Royal Commission of inquiry into the police handling of the case is being considered he he has tried a number of times to clear his name hasn't he absolutely I interviewed him the night before the verdict and he said Oh play minus and central die he's. He's never stopped saying that so yes. He's tried on a number of occasions. They was the court of Appeal in nineteen ninety four another appeal decision in nineteen ninety nine and then it it was the Michael inquiry. The former chief justice Thomas uncle bomb was to conduct an inquiry into the reliability of the children's and what did they do not what was the outcome of this will the Aquaman Corey head couple of weeks boots assisting it and the upshot was that Thomas that else had filed by some distance to to show that the convictions were unsafe so each of the way the system seems aims to Keith Peters head of dying cool the jury of the allegations. I've seen some of the videos of made a decision. We are not convinced that the children <hes> unreliable behind the scenes particularly overseas a lot of these very similar cases started to be over tuned and charges dropped and a and some of the experts yeah. I was saying that the hit to be a lot of a lot more care about how children were interviewed over these allegations to what extent Matt and do you thank. It was the fact that Peter Allow us was guy or he said he had relationships with men and women I believe and also I am man working in a crash so unusual yeah because the homosexual law reform <hes> was on the sex wasn't it wasn't that long ago that Hamas he wakes illegal. It wasn't that unusual because this was a very progressive talk of crush rush and Lupita was flamboyantly sort of camp and people talked about him sort of woken Quentin Crisp sort of thing you won't make company had long fingernails and he might right just go to seek jobs away from the children the staff and you know he was stereotypically guy in some ways but the parents must have been initially a little bit skeptical but because he was so good with the kids and because they thought well you know we we want to see a lot of people okay with it or even supported so with a staff. It was onion retrospect that love the parents tuned against him. Some of them were some of his biggest supporters so you've meet him. You've infused him. What kind of Poussin's hey how would you describe him on ever saw Peter when he was working at at the crash and Arlington just thinking well. I've seen the evidence against the woman I've seen low. The on wasn't very impressed with it but we've now got to see the real evidence into the trial thinking <hes> we were going to see some really strong evidence against Peter and again. I thought the evidence was was highly highly suspect but I don't know Peter that well interviewed him. Maybe two or three times he's seen of Gardez polite. He's got a shop time sort of very very black sense of humor. I think they told me once that US on two things with kids in animals so he's always loved animals but look I don't vouch for anybody you know because appearances can be saved of. I looked at the evidence at the children's and Davies. That's what I base my stance on on that. I thought that the evidence was completely unreliable and no one should be convicted of war on that in short the case Thorpe to M._V._p. Two the very young children at the Creche were interviewed so poorly and that they and the appearance contaminated by highly prejudicial pretrial conjecture speculation and story story swapping is it they clear cut though Martin I mean you know there was a lot of criticism of the way the police handled it the way the fact that they interviewed the children a number of times and that these stories changed but once they criticism of the police fear Thea and <hes> do you see this case as they clear cut <hes> well don't forget the place into the interviews the interviews done by I specialised departments such wealth interviews. He will operating. I think to the beast of your ability in the time I mean I just adopted a commonsense approach. I just looked at the interviews. The children are thought well crikey. Those kids are just making up as I go along but that was just my view I mean these these specialists and in terms of the place these things can always be handled beata but there wasn't a skeptical voice sighing with dealing with something that's pirie dangerous. Tim's of People's laws came. We really rely on some of this material that was coming out of the interviews but the experts was saying Nano. You can rely on these kids. I mean that's what they were dealing with they. They didn't seem to be somebody dying. Well Look <hes> when you look at the most interviews the age of the children the potential contamination nation sort of backgrounds. These children were affected a lot of the appearance. We're in the sort of the six week. ministicks abuse field was no one saying. I mean it could be some real problems here and the whole thing sounds ludicrous in hindsight but does it absolutely roll out that anything might nice of happens. You can never rule it out. I think Peter Alyssa's innocent but you can't rule these things out. I don't eat those the the answer. Will you can do in these situations. As with any criminal trial you can only look at the evidence and I think if you look at the evidence you'd have to say the convictions guys pay tyrrells were unsafe life but that's just my view and the courts have consistently see they were. Saif was safe enough and we'll. We'll just trip to see what the Supreme Court does get a thing and the last hour convicted child sex offender. Peter Ellis has been granted leave to tank his battle to clear his name to the Supreme Rain Cools. The now sixty one year old who was suffering from bladder cancer has been given just months to live and wants to clear his name before he dies fishes being granted it on the grounds of either. A miscarriage of justice occurred now. No date has been set down for that Supreme Court hearing but we have just spoken to his lawyer. We're in the last ten minutes. Who tells us that this is a fantastic development? Particularly Given Alice's ailing health more feeling thing is that <hes> they'll be very reluctant to over ten years convictions and a lot of the evidence will be pretty much the same as what's been brought up four. Maybe with data and more more authoritative. I just think we know much more and we now have the benefit of hard sought so who knows that's the detail for today. I'm Sharon brief Kelly. The detail is brought to you by newsroom. Zoom DOT CO dot N. Z. Made possible by the iron seed inside on innovation fund archival sound recordings in this episode of from the R._N._C. Collection at now Tonga sound and vision hit the subscribe button to stay across the detail every day and if you're on April please leave a rating as it helps other listeners find us. This episode was engineered by Rung Poet and produced by Alexia Russell and our associate producer is Keith Aqui Massalani cocky or no mm-hmm.

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Annie McCarrick /// Part 2 /// 381

True Crime Garage

1:12:29 hr | 1 year ago

Annie McCarrick /// Part 2 /// 381

"Welcome to true crime garage wherever you are whatever you are doing. Thanks for listening. I'm your host nick and I have a little secret. My Co host is the original bassist for the band HEP alien. He is the very very talented captain. Yeah the original rockers of Stars Hollow. It's good to be seen as good to see you. Thanks for listening. Thanks for Toma Friend Today. We are sipping on some snakes. Irish red when these babies are nice and cold. They are super clean and downright refreshing with a rich ruby color. Ab four point five percent and grade of the garage three and a half bottle caps out of five and today we're sipping on Cold Beers. Thanks to our good friends right here. First up we have cheers to brook in Wendell North Carolina and the big South's had Jillian and Virginia Beach. Virginia here's a double cheers to Stacey and Ryan or should I say our be in Pomfret Maryland the big shutout to Lisa in Carson City Nevada. Next up we have a cheers to manny from discount so California and last but certainly not least we have Jamie and Dothan Alabama thanks for contributing to this week's Beer Fund. And if you would like to be beer buddies with me find me on the untapped. App My handle. You guessed it true crime garage. Yeah for everything. True crime check out true crime garage dot com and that is enough of the business. All right everybody gathered around. Grab a chair grab a beer. Let's talk some true crime Nancy Annie's mother jumped on an overnight flight to Dublin. She arrived on Tuesday march thirtieth and went straight to the local Gardez station to report her daughter missing. Nancy assured the Guard de that her daughter would not have just left. She was happy and thrilled to be living in Ireland. Even Stranger Annie's possessions. Anything that you would anticipate somebody taking with them. If they planned on leaving they were all found right where Anne left them in the flat. The Gardez investigation got off to a slow start and he's missing photo and public appeal for information. Were not issued for another seven days. This is seven days after her mother arrived. Anne's father joined Nancy and Dublin. For the search of their daughter the mechanics together stayed for six weeks working with the Guard D on the investigation. The gardy put together that Anne had called her friend and that day asking her to go hiking that Anne had been possibly seen taking this bus in the direction of Innes Carey which then naturally kind of shifted the focus of their investigation from the Sandymount area to the innes Kerry area right and then of course we have the possible sightings of her at the post office and the pub after that there was nothing frustrated with the lack of progress the McCarrick hired a seasoned private investigator recommended to them by the. Us Embassy one. Local printer even offered to print up ten thousand Fliers Advertising Annie's disappearance which included her picture and her description which included the outfit. They believe she was wearing that day. A dark tweed jacket right walks blood colored boots jeans and a large Satchel type bag which her mother. Nancy says and each with her everywhere. This description of her clothes is pretty much backed up by what we saw on the bank. Cc TV footage with their private investigator. The MAKARA CTS canvas the in his carry area going door to door with Annie's photo to all of the homes between the small village and Johnny. Fox's pub gardy officer spoke with all of Anne's France to former boyfriends were questioned although gardy would not address whether they were actually suspects right. All those with records of sexual assault in the vicinity were question. Official searches were conducted. Hundreds of acres were in fact searched in this investigation. A computer generated sketch of the man in the Wax Jacket. Supposedly seen by the bouncer was circulated describing this man as being in his mid twenties. Five foot nine inches to five foot ten inches tall. With dark brown hair a media blitz saturated the news with photos and details about Anne resulting in hundreds of tips. The McCarrick desperate even consulted psychics. Ray In this investigation but despite all these efforts no trace of any McCarrick has ever has ever been found. The private investigator hired by the McCarrick family. This is Brian. Mccarthy says that after looking into Annie's disappearance and to the following all the leads that he could find and I couldn't get a great detailed answer for this here captain but he says the private investigator says he does not believe that the woman seen at Johnny. Fox's that night was Anne. Everybody has their own beliefs and and you wonder. Is that coming from evidence that does come in from a gut feeling. This case is weird because when we look at something like Brian Schaefer Again. So weird to me that these missing person cases. Schaefer goes into a bar. He's last seen on surveillance Mar Murray. She's last seen at at an ATM. Now we have amy's case. She was last seen that day that she went missing at the C. C. TV footage It makes that footage so much more haunting but yeah but yeah it's This one's different and it feels different because you can't really have the argument of normal with the merging person case. You go okay. Well is there a reason they would want to run away? She kind of already did she. Has She's living elsewhere. Yep She's living across the pond thousands of miles away from family thousands of miles away from where she grew up so that kind of already happened but she didn't do so in a way where she wanted to lessen contact with her family. Choose still close with her family. Her mother's coming to visit. Yes her father. Want her to go back. But at some point your family gets over that so there's no risk if she wanted to lose contact with her past or her family all she had to do. It's just not answer a phone anymore. Do you look and I know that roles have changed since nine. Eleven so this being nineteen ninety-three may not really apply to what I'm thinking now but do you need a passport to travel from country to country in Europe because a lot of hunting just hop on a train and go to another country right where in the US. We're not so we're not built like that you know it's we're traveling to another state often but since nine eleven we need a passport to get to Canada right. You didn't before but what I'm getting at here. I only bring that up because we do know. Her passport was found in her apartment. Right so if she was planning on leaving she's already kind of slowing down her travel in some manner by not taking that with her. I could be wrong but I would. I still think to this day. You just need your. Id to get to certain countries that you don't need your passport over in the UK. What had Jerry Seinfeld say about a driver's license what what is required to have a driver's license? Apparently just a face for the picture. Taking processes need no hands sadly captain after a year long investigation guarded turned up really nothing new in this case. Why again there's also thousands of sightings? Yeah that they had to run down and when you think about investigating anything you imagine every time you get a call saying all. We think we saw her at this restaurant. Are we think we saw are here? And how many five foot? Six TO FIVE TEN BURNETT AMERICANS. Did somebody me and go. Oh my God. I think that's any so the amount of work that they had put into. This case was was tremendous. Nancy and John. Her parents returned to the US this months earlier. You know we're at the year long portion of the investigation. Now on our timeline. They they went back months earlier but they did go back to Ireland again in once more this on the first anniversary of her disappearance rate hopeful that the publicity just from their visit and the reward money which was now one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. I'm guessing that's in dollars Was announced they were hoping that this would spur some type of movement on the case it did not nothing. New About Annie's case was reported until October of two thousand eight when an article in the Irish Times reported the following And Bear with me as I read through this Guardian investigating the disappearance of an presumed murder of American student. Anti McCarthy McCarrick have interviewed two new suspects. The suspects were identified after the Gardez cold-case reviews squad recommended a reinvestigation of the case by Gardy and Bray County wicklow. The case was formerly handed over during the summer and has now resulted in the identification of two new suspects in the presumed murder of the New Yorker. The Irish Times understands the investigating team selected the two men for interview based on a review of statements taken when Miss McCarrick disappeared. Fifteen years ago and also based on more recent information from members of the public. Guardian believe Miss Karak was last seen in Johnny. Fox's pub and Glenn Collin County wicklow on March Twenty Six nineteen ninety three so we have the private investigator who says I don't think she was ever there. We have this article that makes it sound like Gardezi. Investigators believed she was at Johnny. Fox's yeah and then it goes on to mention a few different things. I'm going to kind of skip around here. th-they're mentioning all this stating while this was going on in ninety three while a convicted jailed. Rapist has long been noted in the media as a suspect. Neither of these two men that were interviewed is neither of them. Were arrested or considered to be approved. A prisoner at anytime and as we said It doesn't sound like they were officially suspects and it does article that neither of them have a criminal record. But what is interesting is. They're saying we went back. And we're reviewing all of the old information that we did have and because of this we see this in a lot of cases when they go cold and you hand them over to investigators ago. Oh wait a second this lead in this lead. These were potential leads that we do not believe were properly followed up on at that time right so had nowhere to go at that time. Yes so now. We're going to talk to these two individuals and try to clear some things up at least it's a lead that they're following up further on but we don't know the nature of those interviews and we do know that they weren't considered as far as the media knows to be actual suspects or the laws over. There are different as well too. Because if you're accused of sexual assault or rape As a male they do not use your name so and I've thought about this just in the last couple of days because there was some charges against Possibly charges against a UFC fighter Conor McGregor. That have never really hit the mainstream media. Uh An America but a lot of that is. We're not clear if he was charged or not because they don't use the person's name so in one sense you think well that's this country protecting the males but on on some level. Maybe it's a way to buy everything being a little more close down in little more controlled by the courts. Maybe it's allowing for the female accusers or the female victims to be able to come forward in such a way that they more likely to come forward if that makes any sense well. I think where we need to go from from here. Captain is we need to go through what we introduced to everyone in the trailer which is Ireland's vanishing triangle. And I I do WanNa make a special note here about my research for these cases that were about to get into. I relied quite a bit extensively in fact on a book called missing presumed by Alan Bailey. Yeah kept on hearing that in different documentaries and things. They're talking about that book. I'm I'm assuming this pretty well written something that we have yet to mention which goes along with the vanishing triangle is the investigative initiative called Operation Trace so and at the time period between nineteen ninety three and nineteen ninety eight. A significant number of women vanished in an eighty mile area outside of Dublin in the area and what became known as the vanishing triangle. Six of these cases are particularly well known so. Let's take a brief look at these disappearances which did begin with anti mechanics case so following her disappearance. We have the disappearance of Joe. Joe dollared on November Ninth Nineteen ninety-five Twenty. One year old Josephine known better as Joe. Joe dollared went missing. She was a waitress. Who lived with her sister and Callan a small town in the county of Kilkenny that Thursday night she met with friends in Dublin. Quite a ways from home and planned to return home by bus however. She missed the last bus and started hitchhiking. Which as we said was fairly common during this time her first two rides took her halfway home to the town of mowing. And I hope I have that right. Probably don't M. O. N. E. WHERE. She called a friend from a phone booth. This is around midnight captain. She told her friend that she was hitching. A ride and waiting for another ride to come along. Multiple witnesses later told the Gardenia. She saw that they saw young woman talking in the phone booth but with the door open and she's still trying to thumb a ride even though she's on the phone apparently while she's on the phone with her friend she tells the friend. Hey hold on a minute. She's gone for about thirty seconds before returning to the phone insane to the friend. I have a lift. I'm off a witness driving by told police that she saw a car pull over near that phone booth and saw a woman get into a vehicle. Joe Dollar was never seen again. Gardy officers spoke with the two drivers that picked up Jo-jo and drove her. You know as far that far that night but again after that point. It's it's really a mystery we also have seventeen-year-old. Sierra Breen who went missing from the seaside town of Dundalk and this is on February Thirteenth Nineteen Ninety Seven. Sierra's mother said that she and Sierra went to bed around midnight and when she got up about two in the morning she noticed that her daughter was gone. They found the latch to her window. It was unlocked. The general thought here and this is the opinion of her mother and the Gar D. Was that at some point in the night. Sierra decided to leave on her own and left the window you know went out the window leaving it unlocked so that whenever she was going to sneak back into the home she would have a way in. She too has never been seen sense. Then in August of Nineteen ninety-six in the town of Tula Mar a twenty five year. Old Hairdresser named Fiona pender went missing. She is reported to be seven months pregnant at the time of her disappearance. She's last seen at an apartment. Did she shared with her boyfriend? Jon Thomsen. He says he left for work to go work on his family. Farm at six. Am it was thought that she may have gone out after some time after he left but what we do know is she is never seen again after this statement of John Thompson saying hey I left and she was. She was fine at the time. A friend stopped by her apartment later that day but the curtains were drawn so she assumed Fiona was asleep. And you know nobody answers the door. Her family does report her missing. This was not until the next day. Extensive searches and inquiries turned up nothing. We have a second Fiona to go through as well here. Captain this is in February of nineteen ninety. Eight Fiona Senate disappeared after leaving butlers pub and Wexford. She had recently suffered a break-up with the father of her child but everyone says she was in good spirits and had social plans. She looked forward to this. According to her family that night she met up with friends at the pub and left at closing time to walk a mile along country roads to her home. This is last sighting of Fiona. She was not reported missing for ten days her home that she was renting at the time provided no clues that I could find in any of the reports. I think that thought here captain is that she never made it back to her home that night. Right in July of ninety eight still another mysterious disappearance. This was this is the tipping point. Okay you talked about earlier and nobody should be hitchhiking. We've got all these missing women. This here is knowing us from the seventies though in our timeline yeah yeah different histories We certainly learned our lesson. Unfortunately here in the seventies In the United States but again this is when hysteria is going to set in at least in the sense of the the press and in the media for fears of a possible serial killer. This comes about when we have the disappearance of an eighteen year. Old Student Teacher Deirdre Jacob as with Annie's case Deirdre's spent the day running errands in her hometown She was in Newbridge. Thanks to CC TV footage. It is known that Deirdre hit the bank at two thirty PM. The Post Office ten minutes later and also went to the grocery store. She also visited her grandmother at the sweetshop she owned in town called. She called a friend from a phone kiosk and met some friends at a pub. She was last seen exchanging greetings with a neighbor. According to one article quote neighbor saw her about two hundred yards from her home and then suddenly she was gone. She was standing at the side of the road about to cross over the street and then she was gone. According to articles from the time it was established that Deirdre never made it to her front door. She was never seen again. Despite swift and massive official searches for her family has some kind of hope. It sounds like that. Perhaps she ran off to start a new life but of course they know how unlikely this is in the book missing presumed by Alan Bailey. He writes it was as if the earth had opened and swallowed her whole. That's like every missing person case though right like yeah a lot of them. It's it's almost like there's another dimension that they just slip into. Well you're hitting on something here that I wanted to really make sure that we pointed out with that of Annie's case okay. That's what we're spotlighting in these two episodes Annie's case. Yes we have these other ones to consider but with her case. Nineteen ninety three. I feel like the problems all the things that are problematic about her case and the investigation. We wouldn't have those problems. In twenty twenty. There would have been a lot more cameras going on right. There was this L. Phone pinged technology. Yeah Cell Phones. We would have street cameras business cameras. We might even have cameras on these buses and what I'm pointing out here is not so much. So it's the correction of the timeline in her whereabouts. Along that timeline. We we mentioned that a lot of those sightings while some of them are very believable. They are officially unconfirmed. So we don't know what time she went missing. We don't know what account is the first false one right if somebody says hey. I saw her at the post office and she wasn't. We have other video evidence to prove that she never made it to that post office. We know something happened before right. That potential site. Yeah or you take the pub for example with technology now or people constantly going to places all. This is a heavy Tourist attraction get happens at heavy toys. Attractions PICTURES ARE TAKEN. And would there be a way with the three hundred and some people. They're taking pictures could we could. We have got picture of Anne like in the background of a picture to confirm that she actually made it to that pub. Yeah and and with all of these unexplained disappearances of young ladies in a relatively. I mean these are low risk lifestyles that most of these ladies are living. That's when we start seeing the headlines and the Irish media that are going to talk about a possible serial killer preying on women in the areas around Dublin so we see a bit of a media frenzy here with this now after. Deirdra disappeared in nineteen ninety eight then Gardy Commissioner Pat Byrne established operation trace under an FBI. Trained Assistant Commissioner named John Hickey to investigate possible links between the original six cases the to Fiona 's Anne Joe. Joe Sierra and Deirdre Commissioner Byrne believed that all six missing women had been murdered although it was premature to suggest that the cases were in fact linked one thing. I WANNA point out here captain when we talk about this vanishing triangle or what kind of list. How many victims we possibly have. I've seen this list with as with as few as six victims. Who We just mentioned is seems pretty common. That eight is the common number reported right but I've also seen this to include up to fifteen strange occurrences and two of them being murders. That took place before Annie. Mccarrick went went missing right what I do want to point out though again. Eight seems to be the most common number. What's interesting to me about that? Number eight is within a five year and four month timespan. We have eight women who are all me within a what fifteen years of one another they all go missing and the this is like no trace of them has ever found. They don't find a body. We talked about that in the trailer. How at some point? They're offering a reward that just results in into leading investigators to an actual body right. You have with missing persons you. Have you have some terrible terrible things working against you in your investigation? A murderer can be easier to investigate than a missing persons case. Especially when you have the commissioner coming out and saying hey because there's been no activity. We believe that these eight missing women have been murdered. We don't know if there's a link between any of them but the thing that they don't have that you would have in a murder investigation. You don't have a body which which can contain a lot of evidence. A lot of clues a lot of leads. You don't have a crime scene so you you're really working against it right away and have you seen footage of the surrounding areas that took place in these searches. Some of them. Yes yeah I mean. There's some spots there so desolate and it's almost like the perfect grounds to be able to go hide the body or to bury a body. Here's the other thing too. We talked we referenced. That The wicklow area several times. Yeah and what we do know is when you look at when you look at lists that contain the fifteen. Did I mention? They found some bodies in that in the wicklow. Mountains is what is often referred to as the more I kept reading about this captain. I started wondering like you know how like here. We say all the you know like kind of a common dumping ground right to hide bodies be it. Even when they're the crimes are perpetrated by by different individuals. Is it like the place beyond the Pines? Where all they everyone's kind of when you need a place to dump a body. This is where you go but one thing that I think that we see here and I'm not going to I don't want to mislead anybody it or take them down any roads that we don't have to go down because we have a lot still to get to. There's no part of me that believes all fifteen of these cases are in fact connected. There's no part of me that believes all eight of these cases are in fact connected. There are yes. There are some similarities. However we have in some of these cases where individuals close to the missing person to the victim have been suspected of being involved in their disappearance where we don't have that with Auntie. Anne's is a little more mysterious and part of that too is she's not from there. She's not from the area. She's not lived there her whole life. She has a shorter time span in a smaller circle of people and yet she goes missing and we don't have any clue as to where she is. This episode is brought to you by hallmark cards. 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In five of the cases on the other hand others believed that Annie McCarrick De Dreux Jacob and Jo Jo Dullard are all linked in some form or fashion that it is likely that one killer is responsible for those three disappearances right gardy assistant commissioner Martin Donnellan who was the initial lead investigator on. Anne's case spoke with the Irish Times. About twenty years. Later this is in two thousand and thirteen. He said to him the similarities between the cases of Annie Jo Jo indeed euro could not be ignored. These were he considered they all go missing around the same area around the same time of day. There was just too many possible similarities for him to to set that aside now though I think we should get into some persons of interest who we know. Were considered an Annie's case I. This is according to the April two thousand and Nineteen University. Xpress article called Ireland's vanishing triangle. We cited this article earlier in fact but they say that Guardia originally focused on a man. Anne knew this was based on information gathered from one of her friends. Anne had a liaison with someone she had worked with. According to the friend. Anne had seen this man on the Saturday before her disappearance and she told her friend that she had quote. Let things get out of hand with him and just wanted to forget about the whole thing. Gardai questioned the man and blew apart the alibi he provided which this of course is going to cast further suspicion on him. You provide an alibi. That doesn't seem to be true. After intensive questioning the man admitted to the the interlude with Anne and told police he had lied to hide from his girlfriend. The fact that he was cheating with Anne deuce Burger according to this article. The Guardian took this at face value. And it looks like never. They never revisited. This man in question now. The book missing presumed also dismissed this man as suspect this leads us to Robert Howard. An October of two thousand five the B. B. C. News reported that the Gardy investigating the missing women of the vanishing triangle had filed paperwork to interview a convicted murderer named Robert Howard. He's sixty one years old known in the press as the Werewolf Howard's records have been sealed but had recently been open and the press determined that Howard had multiple convictions for rape murder and child abuse. The files indicated that police in both Ireland and England suspected that Howard may be linked to the disappearance of up to six women to cases in particular were being examined to see if Howard could be responsible. These were the cases of Joe. Joe dollared and Annie McCarrick. Since being convicted in two thousand and three Howard was serving a life sentence for the two thousand and one rape and murder of a fourteen year old girl and a London her name is Hannah Williams. Her body was found two years after she went missing. Howard reportedly had up to twelve addresses and various parts of Ireland throughout the nineteen nineties. He was linked to a sexual attack on a teenage girl in Dublin in nineteen ninety three the same year. The Anne vanished so this very dangerous. Werewolf man is reported or believed to possibly have been in the area the same about the same time. The Anne Goes Miss Brain here. We have one that I know you're going to like captain in fact should say going to like. I think you do like it. This is the IRA hitman so in two thousand nine Hitman. Okay gone a retired detected. That's what I titled It. It might pick you might notice something else in two thousand nine a retired detective sergeant. Remember WE HAVE ALAN. Bailey revealed that he had a very reliable source. Who told him what happened to Annie? He says. This theory is explored in depth in his book. Now according to Bailey this man had been seen by the bouncer at Johnny. Fox's paying for Anti so under this theory Anne was Johnny. Fox's at night with this man who happens to be a what what I'm calling a hit man. He's a hit man for the West. Belfast Brigade of the Irish Republican Army or IRA listeners might recall that the IRA was an extremist militant group which fought to end British rule of Ireland and ensure unification of the Irish people under the democratic government. This supposed hitman had fled from murder charges in north Ireland and was on the Lam in the Republic of Ireland. Living with some friends in a safe house near Johnny. Fox's according to Bailey source the Hitman. An anti-god a little drunk and the Hitman told anti things he's not supposed to talk about So this is talking about illegal activities and about his organization might have talked about the murder charges well when he realised that he had related secret information to her. He recognized that he needed to get rid of Annie he either offered her a ride or otherwise lured her into his Ford Sierra while making sure that they were not seen leaving. Johnny Fox's together after Anne in the Hitman in his vehicle he says he strangled her and hid her body under some bushes when he told his colleagues what he had done at the safe house. Yeah they they well. I don't. I don't have information if it was the people at the safe house but I think that's a safe assumption. Yeah he said they worked to help dispose of her body more thoroughly somewhere in the wicklow mountains where she would never be found. Yeah they buried her apparently this. Ira hitman later. Reportedly returned to Northern Ireland where it is believed that he may have committed a sexual assault to which he then fled to. America is seems like the the last known place he was possibly living was in the state of Texas Bright Bright. But it wasn't that he fled that the IRA helped him leave. Yes so to make that clear. This is a story being told to Mr Bailey about what possibly happened to Annie that night. Yeah and what's tough about this and the reason why this makes a lot of sense to me is that you have another member of the I. R. A. Coming forward and basically saying hey by the way that was Anne and this guy that was a part of the IRA murdered her and we a collective group of people help cover it up so by coming. Ford. You'RE NOT. You're not just making the claim that again. We've seen it in several cases where somebody make comes forward and makes a claim against somebody else. Maybe they're more involved than what they're stating but they're still involved so you have somebody coming forward and not coming forward. The greatest of light. I gotta come forward and confess against this guy but also have to confess. I have to confess against myself now. On top of that I have to confess against other individuals that I know are horrible individuals. I would like to know more details of this theory. That's related to Mr Bailey. Because I think where it falls short. We still have no body. There's there's no one to lead us to wear. Anne is right against some of this area. It's GonNa be hard for you to remember unless you put her in a certain area. Based off of certain landmark you'd abby very difficult we're talking about hundreds and hundreds of acres that they could have buried her. I can get on board with that. Yes so but the other problem is start looking up the IRA and sexual assaults. I mean there's multiple individuals that rape children that they covered that up their sexual assaults. They covered up. They were covering up. There's people that should have been charged with crimes. And they were having them you know. They're sending them to America so they're gonNA have to face these criminal charges And one of the things that I really do like about the eyewitness at the bar was even states in his initial thing. Okay flat chest We have a broad shoulders. A militant haircut And I just think with that eyewitness account with the eyewitness account the person you're sore and line to put her on a bus. That would put her in that area. That some evidence that she's in that area and then like I said the other guy coming forward and then why does it is going to lead to dead anyways because the IRA is covering up all this nonsense? That other members have been a part of And like I said to even explore some of these claims. I didn't see anything on the first five or six pages of Google as you search. Because they're they're showing all these other cases that the IRA has covered up or or set people away so he couldn't be charged with crimes. It's horrible so that leads us to a man that's probably better known in this case or these cases and his name is Larry Murphy now according to the Irish American Which is a publication in many other sources? There is a prime suspect in Annie's disappearance. At least among the media this is the convicted rapist and attempted murderer. Larry Murphy Age thirty five known in the press as the beast of Baltin glass carbon. Bad names in this case. He's a wealth. They're referring to towns and villages a cart. He's a carpenter and a handyman. At one time he was living in wicklow county in two thousand and apparently had no criminal record when he abducted and repeatedly raped a twenty eight year old woman who was walking alone in a parking lot. After closing down her business he was stalking. This woman watched her routines. He hid his car nearby so he wouldn't be seen on camera. He's waiting there for her and as she goes to get into her vehicle. He shoved her inside tied. Her up removed her shoes and drove to his car where he transferred the victim to his trunk and drove off with her. He drove her to a remote forest road in the wicklow mountains where he's attacking her and raping her and it looks like he's about to kill her but the headlights of another vehicle. Suddenly shine on his vehicle and side. We have to hunters. Their names are Trevor Moody and Ken Jones. They saw this woman is being attacked. And they go to try to rescue the woman to which Larry fled but the woman survived and was able to later. Describe Him and furthermore one of the hunters trevor. New Larry's name. It was somebody. He knew it turned out that Larry had a history of violence toward women including one whom he had tried to strangle. But these incidents had never been reported and Trevor had encountered Murphy in a pub just a week before this where a female friend told Trevor. That Murphy was frightening and creepy when Gardez showed up at Murphy's home after the rape and attempted murder his wife asked what was going on. And the GARDY risk to which. I'm sorry Murphy Responds. I raped a girl last night. Larry was arrested convicted and sentenced to fifteen years however he only served ten years it was released in two thousand and ten moving around Europe until he was inevitably recognized and then moving on he was living in the Netherlands with another convicted rapist when the media tracked him down and so he moved on again apparently sightings of him even false ones by residents of various small towns have caused near mass hysteria because of Murphy's connection in the eyes of the public to the missing women it is believed that he has returned to Ireland at some point in his living somewhere with his head down and unbeknownst to his neighbors now Murphy is considered to be a very very serious suspect for Annie's disappearance as well as some of the others by the Irish press at least for a few reasons one. It seems that he was living in the area at the time to his known motive was to abduct rape and Fizzy Young Women Walking alone in daytime committing his heinous acts in the wicklow mountains where it is believed that anti possibly was heading on that day in question. Murphy fits the description of the man allegedly seen with Anne at the pub. He has been described as having boy next door. Looks also Murphy. Made some comments during his interrogation that betrayed the fact that he had likely done this before when being question about the young woman he was eventually convicted of attacking. He says quote. Well she's alive isn't she? She was lucky this this almost giving off the impression like there might be others that have not gone away scenario where you have a bunch of people going missing stops. Yeah so that's why a lot of people believe that he's connected to more of these cases like you said I think you. Can you say all eder connected or all fifteen connected? I think that would be irresponsible. But are a handful of them connected very possibly in his right Murphy responsible for maybe three of these. Yeah very possible. It seems like he's a serious serious suspect in the de Dreux deirdre cases well Something like later. Many many years later they found his phone number was believed to be in the possession of deirdre right at the time that she went missing. But of course you know. You can't put these things together at the time This was not figured out until much much later. So he's a serious person to consider not only an Annie's but in two other cases as well The FBI profiles do say Larry. Fit The profile of the probable person responsible for possibly even several of these unexplained disappearances do wanna go a step further though here because we say he resembles the description of the man at at the pub. I don't believe so. We also say that he fits the the FBI profiler 's profile of the probable person. Right both of those scenarios a lot of people fit both of those the description and the profile. Yeah but if you look at the sketch they made any look a picture a picture of Murphy. It's not the same person not saying that. The sketches correct I'm saying I don't if I think if you compare the sketch to a picture It's not the same guy. When this dude was in lockup the beast when he was in lockup Apparently he told some other guy the he did kill de Dreux Jacob. Right the heave Lord her into his car and killed her but I do want to point out the guy that comes forward and says hey he told me this. This is also another convicted murderer. So I think it's easier to believe that person on Reddit who says the taxicab. Were not that common back in. Nineteen ninety-three in this area then to believe somebody who we know has murdered somebody But it's a possibility. Sometimes these guys get locked up they get behind bars and they start trading war stories so to speak and even in some ways living out a little bit of a fantasy by telling these stories or hearing these stories before we move on here captain. I think it's important to point out that our expert that we keep referring to and expert is the perfect word for this gentleman Alan Bailey. He says he does not agree. That Murphy should be named as a suspect. And all three of the cases that we keep referencing. This is Anne Deirdra and Joe. Joe's case he told the wicklow voice quote. It's dangerous to name him as a suspect. If we say that Larry Murphy did this then. People tend to exclude other possibilities and quote. I think that's just responsible. I what he's not saying. Please do not hear what he's not saying. What he's not saying is that he did. Murphy is not a suspect. He saying it's dangerous to say he's a serial killer and we believe him to be responsible for X Y and Z right. And then therefore we're not doing our due diligence and where we're automatically ruling out other possibilities. Yeah and another person that has kind of been brought up in the spotlight as far as the missing girls all eight or all fifteen is Guy Hennessy. Because he killed Lady in similar fashion jestina vow Dez And I believe he ended up there. Some people call it suicide by COP right because he was killed he was a father of two going out in the blaze of glory. He was found meeting these girls on tender. And but what happens is he looks pretty old but he's forty So if you do the math at in nineteen ninety three he would have been fifteen so if we believe that and he went to this bar if we believe that at all we have heard being reported by scene with the guy that's twenty late twenties. Yeah and yes this guy. He's forty and he's bald and could even premature bald possibly but it's just one of those things that mark was in the news and it was a similar crime and so then people to sell newspapers. Go well we. Let's bring this guy up and talk about the missing curls. Yeah and I mean if he's fifteen that doesn't you know doesn't roll him outside the realm of of serial killers Fifteen is certainly an age that killing can start. It's rare it's very rare but The I think where I have a little bit of an issue with it would be more so the fact of the it seems like if he was responsible for Annie's disappearance and then he murders in two thousand eighteen that there would have been other things that he would have done between that big and tall got married and had two kids through may be busy with that right. But it's also weird because the outcome. It's almost like once he knew he's GonNa get caught. I can't live anymore. Take my life and so some people point that to evidence that he killed more than one person. It was responsible for more things than that's why you wanted to die. I just don't see it fitting and again. I can't rule out the fact that somebody else came forward to say. We helped bury Annie's body and that really sticks with me as some like. I said you have to come forward and claim that you did something wrong in your putting yourself in there's consequences for that so if they would have done their due diligence. There would've followed this lead if they got the guy. Maybe he's in America somewhere doing the same same shit for all we know. But it's like if they would have got the guy that guy that came forward he's GonNa get in trouble for something to and that's why put a little bit of weight onto what he says. I also put some weight and to what the Bouncer says. Because I feel like there's a conviction and what he's saying like I didn't know any but once. I saw her that she went missing. I know that that's the girl I saw that night He's been very adamant about it. He has not changed his story. Now one thing. We've seen multiple times in these types of cases unfortunately is what happens here. The mechanics divorced about five years after their daughter disappeared in Ireland. Anne's father John died not too long after that never knowing what became of his daughter. Nancy McCarrick is resigned to the idea that Anne is dead and she has spoken many times of wanting to have her daughter back at least a grave to visit. She told the Irish sun quote. I'm pretty sure I'll never see her again. My greatest wish would be to be able to take her home to find out what happened really would be a gift at this point and quote in two thousand ten. Nancy McCarrick was awarded a death certificate for any after court proceedings. She brought to have her daughter legally declared dead that same year. A friend and colleague of Anne Marisa mackel row an OP. Ed Piece for the Herald newspaper about the release of Larry Murphy. She writes of her horror that a rapist and attempted murder a suspect in many abductions. Someone who has refused any kind of therapy in prison. And who expressed no remorse for his crimes was being allowed to go. Scot-free she laments. The Anne was confident and Brash but was also naive and trusting often walking home alone at night after her shift she writes the Anti told her of her love for Ireland in her convictions. That she that the lovely country was safer than her own. The irony did not escape the rider and twenty twelve. Larry Murphy appeared in a rare TV interview on Irish TV. Three's show mid week. He denied his involvement in any of the missing women cases and maintain that if the Guard D. had any evidence connecting him to the cases he would have been arrested. The woman he raped but who manage to escape thanks to the hunters invited those two men to her wedding two years later after her ordeal thanking them on her special day for saving her life according a write up for the Irish TV show cracking crime. There is a commonly held belief that Anne is buried somewhere either in the Dublin area or wicklow mountains in May two thousand and nineteen. And I don't know what if anything has come of this just yet captain but I found this interesting and wanted to include it here last year. The Independent reported the FBI profiler John. Douglas reached out to the Guard de to offer his help in solving the cases of the missing women and again we are stuck here all these years later in. Anne's case twenty seven years later and we have at least eight missing women. Nobody's ever recovered. And the the leads are short and the clues the trail. I mean these are all cold cases by this point. Do you have one area or one theory that you lean toward or a suspect that you like. I know you've referenced the IRA thing makes the most sense to me. I mean you have organization covering up for people and and again a guy coming forward that could then be charged with now. Tampering with evidence could be Moving corpse there. There's a lot of charges that he could have been brought up on and I know their systems different than ours but just because he comes forward and confesses that somebody else did. It doesn't mean that he wouldn't be charged with a crime and again it's look up. How many accusations? They have been covering up. It's it's terrible well and I find that interesting and I liked that because there is wait there. You know the truth of that theory. Is it there you know? Be It just a a witness or somebody buddy implicating themselves as well as others. At least that's something where with everybody else. That's mentioned it's pretty much speculation. There's there's there's nothing carrying those theories any further or those suspects any further. Where with with the IRA thing there is. I have something my thoughts. My suspicions are total speculation. But there's a problem a big big big problem. I have with this timeline and with some things that we know happened. Okay and if we use a little bit of our thinking caps here put him on tight and try to figure this thing out. I think it points in in the opposite direction that the Investigation Win Remember. Once we have witnesses saying that we think we saw her on a bus right so that drives the investigation all the way out to. Ns Kerry area and away from her town that she was living in. I think the highly suspicious thing here is the groceries you know. She's she's a baker she somebody that is good enough at baking. She's being paid by the restaurant to provide them with pies and baked goods. And things like that and I just think to my own life. All of those refrigerated items that would have been like priority number one for me in that moment to where I go. I feel like something happened to stop that process that she was going about her chores and her errands for the day and something. Broadly interrupted all of that right and then possibly because she went missing people coming forward saying they WANNA help. Yeah and by coming forward. It draws a investigation away and like you said. I think there's evidence not jess of the grocery store items but the fact that she had closed in the Washer that didn't get to the Dryer The Pie on the on the countertop it all appears like she's in the middle of a bunch of things at her house where she should be safe and then all of a sudden all of those things those action stop so either something drew her out of the apartment or something took her from that apartment and that really cuts this time. Line in half right. That really means that a lot of those things that were said to have occurred after the time that she came home did not occur that those were not real sightings it also doesn't mean that the IRA story is wrong. It could just be a different person but we don't have another account of a missing person that we know in the area so here. Here's where I go with with that. Thought I WANNA take it a step further. I I would love to know the you know when we talk about these cases. There's always like one person in there somewhere that you're like. I wish I could sit down with that person and get their firsthand account so I can try to figure out if I believe it to be truthful or not or if this person's just trying to help but they don't have great information. I would love to talk to this colleague. This person that's somewhat knew her or maybe even knew her well. This says it. They saw her on a bus. Because where I remember this is the person that says I saw her. But we didn't speak to one another right. They go on to say that. The Anne was on the second level of the bus. This woman was on the first. She never sees anti get off prior to her. Getting off. Right. What's missing from that story is did she see and get on the bus? Because I start to call into question if the second level and I'm on the I would I have even seen her at all right so that seems a little weird and where I want to take this. A STEP. Further where my suspicion immediately goes which. I hope that you know when you have a cold case as we said earlier you go through and you look for leads that were not properly followed up on the first lead that I call into major question here and maybe it was followed up on. We just do not have enough information to say so one way or the other I questioned. I'm suspicious of this plumber guy. Because he is the one that says. I saw her leaving the complex well. His statement might only be believable. Because later you're believing. She was seen at a bus stop and then she was seen on a bus. If we can prove that those other sightings didn't take place. Why is this guy saying that? She left her apartment complex at this time but she left willingly and left a pie on the counter wet clothes in the wash in in groceries. That require right. But just Richard Raymond floor right but just because his plumber solar leaving the complex as it means. She was leaving to get on a bus to go on a hike so again historic could be completely true as well. I'm not saying that it's not. I'm saying that that would be the first lead that I would want to follow up on. Because the there's a chance he saying he saw her leave that complex because what he needs for his alibi or to not be involved is that he needs to investigators to believe that. There's a witness that saw her leaving of her own will one of the reasons but one of the reasons why they believe the plumbers that we have the next eyewitness same. We saw our flag down a bus so I don't know again. I wonder ru true but I already pointed out that those are unconfirmed sightings. It seems like they believe those sightings to be real or at least one of them but again if if those sightings are incorrect then that's what that really highlights the suspicion on this plumber guy because his story becomes believable because of those other later. Witnesses in the timeline. If we can prove that something happened to her before and that she never even went to the bus stop then we gotta we gotTa draw big circle around just that short timeframe it's just A. It's just like two hours that we have to call on a question. It's very difficult. I think we both believe that when you look at all the missing women's cases that fifteen of them are probably not connected. Eight of them are probably not connected but a handful of could be I don't know of any falls into that scenario or not. I would argue not but as far as like this Murphy. Guy We we. We have to do something with our system. We have to start looking at these different. The these individuals these women that are assaulted and raped. They're living with scars for the rest of their life. And we're putting such small penalties on these criminals and we know that these criminals after they become a rapist. They're more likely to repeat their offense and we. We need to do something to change that. And and I was watching that show I was a series of unbelievable. And they were saying you know rape is one of the only crimes that if you said hey officer. I got my bike stolen. They just assume you're telling the truth it's one of the only crimes somebody then combat's you and says all you were raped. Oh really sure you're not making that up. They want to do that. If you said my car got stolen. You sure your car got stolen. You know so we need to do some things to to change this and one of the other things is. I think if if man could feel the way women do and there was a threat to us and there was a threat that I possibly could get raped leaving the house. Then maybe men would take it more seriously and like you said what when you have They call him the beast and they just let let him go I think that's ridiculous and I I don't WanNa get into. I don't know the INS and outs of the you know the prison system in Ireland but that dumpster fire as far as here goes what I can say. The has changed in the years is an individual like that here would have served the full fifteen. Yeah not got now after ten to get out early and I don't want to say never because we have seen certain situations you know everybody's so proud of the fact that the Texas is very very harsh and strict on their prisoners and they're very quick to put in a speed ramp to to get you to the execution as fast as possible. They they have only come to that because they learned the hard way they were letting out. Violent criminals back in the seventies and in the eighties and nineties because of their prisons were overpopulated. And at some point. They're they're letting out the guys that are non violent offenders and then at some point the prisons are still overcrowded and they were forced to let out violent violent individuals. Some of them who were previous murders some who went on to murder afterwards so they learned the hard way and now we have the Texas that we know and love today here today. What I'm getting at is if this dude the beasts this terrible guy who I do believe is probably guilty of many more things. I don't know if he's responsible for Annie's disappearance but I believe he's guilty of other horrible acts this individual nowadays here anyway would not be let out until he served the full fifteen. If he were to get out early it would be. Because he did try to rehabilitate himself by taking classes and therapy and so on and so forth while he was in prison for those fifteen years right again though with an individual. Like this I'd like to bring up something that John Douglas told us you can't really rehabilitate someone who has never been habilitated. In the first place. This episode is brought to you by hallmark cards. I recently gave my mother a car just to let her know how much I appreciate her. And it meant so much. You don't need a special reason to let somebody know how much you care. Give it a try. See what a card can do to show how much you care is at hallmark dot com slash garage to shop cards for any occasion and use. Promo Code Garage. Get Twenty percents off your card purchase. That's hallmark dot com slash garage. All right do we have any recommended reading for this week. We do and actually I have a surprise for you. Mr Captain is is I'm really excited about this one. 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The Kist & Solak Show #20: Arif Hasan of the Athletic Minnesota

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The Kist & Solak Show #20: Arif Hasan of the Athletic Minnesota

"Michael kissed Benjamin so lack. It's the kissed Solex show presented by SP nation and leading green nation. Flying high on the kissed, and so lack show this episode twenty brought to you by Espy nation and bleeding green nation. I am your host. Michael kissed follow me on Twitter at Michael kissed NFL and not like always I am not joined by Benjamin so lack Benjamin. So like that's so l. AK, he has the evening off, but we have a special guest for you here today to go in along with our preview shows for this upcoming battle with the Minnesota Vikings. I have a reef Hassan joining us from the athletic Minnesota to help me break down this matchup a complement to some of the other preview shows that we do bring it outside voice to give us a better perspective on the team that we're playing as we gear up for this game. So let's kick it over to that interview with the reef right now. And I am joined now by a wreath Hassan of the athletic Minnesota. You can follow him on Twitter at a reef Hassan. That's h. a. s. a. n. NFL at the end there, that's what smart people do. Just like me a reef how you doing brother and good man. How're you doing very well? Are you excited? Because I, there's a stat that I just pulled up today and I actually had to do some math to get this. Heaven forbid, Adnan, it's terrible. The eagles play the Vikings on the seventh of October and exactly thirty eight days removed from their last preseason game. That's rough, dude. What do you? What do you make of that correlation? I mean, you can. You can find presenter your calories at here and you could just find those numbers if you want a thrown at me. But yeah, so putting that had to get the obligatory thirty eight to seven joke in there. Thank you for being a good sport about it. But let's take a look at this this Vikings team as a whole right now. They're one too in one life is an obviously what you thought it would be coming into the season. They look like they could be dominant team. They get upgraded quarterback, and then some some weird stuff happens. It's not so weird losing overtime game to the Green Bay Packers led by Aaron Rodgers is completely understandable. But then are you tied backgammon? Yeah, that's the second time they've had the Packers like five years, so weird. But yeah, and then you drop a stunner which might be the biggest upset of the season to the Buffalo Bills. And then of course you have the west coast trip on a on a short week going out to. The Los Angeles Rams absolutely understandable that you would drop that game. But the the buffalo one, if I search for answers as to why that happened was that just a one offer is at a a problem that that points to something bigger with his team? Yeah, I think the way to answer that question is take a look at sort of how they lost the buffalo game and see if there's kind of like a through line in the other games that they that they've lost or even to sell four games, and I think there is, and that's the problem. It seems like there's kind of an underlying problem with the Vikings defense, people kind of think about the Vikings defense, maybe not anymore, but they thought of the Vikings defense as this, you know, top five unit that has all pro players at our level in, you know, it feels like that too. They have, that's the talent they have, but they haven't executed on that talent and they've been beaten by pretty similar concepts in all four games. Now in the San Francisco game, it didn't hurt them all that much because they were able to force third downs. A lot more often of Shannon head can go to some of those concepts as often as he needed to. But you know the Vikings are the worst team in the. NFL play action pass. That's pretty huge, especially against, you know, Doug Peterson offense that last year, you know was second in the league in play action, passing the Winnick foles arrived. They were first in, so that's, that's a big problem. You know, the linebackers get sucked in occasionally the safety get sucked in the quarters left kind of on islands, and they get beat on those crossers. They also seem to have a lot of problems with communication to the big touchdowns from the buffalo game tight end Jason Croom got open because the linebacker nickel corner, miscommunicated fifty, five yard Chris ivory catch and run miscommunication between in the nickel cornerback in the linebacker. What's interesting is that they were two different nickel corners that tuition Mike us for one in Kindy Elslander for the other that's showed up in in other games. They did that against the Rams was miscommunication in the Rams gave demonstrated that you can force Zimmer defense to do stuff, and then you can act against whatever coverage you've kind of forced. And so when you come predictable like that or manipulable like that, you know, it's it's difficult. Very good defense as that would happen in the Rams game where it was, we're gonna, we're gonna force you into a look. And if we don't get the look, we want, we're going to shift things around a little bit and get you into what we know. We can get you into attack you that way. You know, a lot of it was wasn't even necessarily in. This isn't necessarily the look what we want. It's that you know, hey, we know we can win against cover three and four the Vikings into cover three in sort of stuff. So they, I mean, you know, if they, if they didn't motion and shift, I wouldn't be surprised if they had pretty good success. But you know, it's if you go to the play that you know will work. You know, you might as well do that. And the fourth, the Vikings and diverse looks through motions and shifts, and they knew exactly what those looks would be. So when they went empty, they knew the Vikings will go into cover three, for example, in Iran for verts against that. And you know the typical answer to four verge from cover threes pattern, matching coverage. You know the the Rams knew exactly how to had exploited that put Anthony Barnum island against receiver, that sort of stuff. And they did that a couple of times that the game, the play action, tight leak. That you know, hurt them against San Francisco against the Rams. They need to find ways to change up what the defense looks like against against different looks because it's a really adversity fence. Yeah, they do cover one, three cover to cover four cover six. They have different covered shells do a bunch of games front, they're willing to play Manzoni mix or match coverage with corners in. So they have all the tools they need schematically in technically from technique perspective to have an unpredictable defense. But when you know what the rules that defense armed, you can force them into certain looks at. It becomes easy to split. You've got a piece in your tagline for the piece on the athletes that I believe was dropped in the last couple of days years. Vikings, defensive struggles against Rams represent the struggles they've had all season. So if you're listening, if you're not letting subscriber number NF you're not go subscribed, but but if you are go check out that article, that's got a lot of great info about that on there. Let's flip it to the offensive side of the ball. Talk about this. This new look offense with John Filipo coming in and being the offense, coordinator cousins. How you bring into upgrade over case keenum? I think Kirk is played well. And overall, do you believe him to be a bit of nitroglycerin may be or is he a stable signal caller that will help right this ship by being a rising tide and stable? I think sometimes that can actually be a bad thing and that that actually did show up a little bit in the Rams game. But for the most part, you know, he's stable. He's so far demonstrated that he's worth money that the paying, which is kind of like the number one talker for awhile eighty four million dollars three years worth. It seems like he is to say, he's not without his cons right in. He has negatives to his game, but I think for the most part, he's doing kind of what's to them. He's executing, will they well and not in kind of a game manager way. He's been able to participate in explicit playmaking and put in a really talented skull position players that the Vikings have in really good places where they can win the Vikings, have scored a lot of points. You know, except of course, against the bills that that one, I think offense that was weird. I think defensively that was repor. Tentative, but offensively that was just weird. But you know, he, he does a great job of executing kind of the game plan and deflate generally good job. He's really phenomenal at game planning designing throughout the week. And so you know, they've got great answers to the match ups in coverage is full speed. If got a really good kind of responses at least medically kind of in the run game, the offensive line leaky, ping up. But I think technically they're doing really good job of designing what they should do play calling. You know, deflate not doing his hot, I think that will grow over time. But in terms of game planning during a job in that's kinda showing up because cousins is not an improviser he needs to have answers. And so he goes to the line of scrimmage with plan mind, he's got answers. He sees the look, you see. So that might be different. He's he goes to his second set of instructions. You know, it's disguise that go to something else. He goes just third set of instructions. He's really good at that in. So because of that, you know, they've been able to put a bunch of points on the board. Put a bunch of points against a really talented Rams defense, even if they were missing, keep leaving Marcus Peters was injured in the game. They were able to put up thirty one points that's not nothing end. You know they had a twenty two point comeback rally against Green Bay. So yeah, it's it's a talented offense cousins doing really good job of kind of executing kind of what's been put before. Him. Flip flip is definitely great and we definitely miss him here at along with what Kirk is up against as a quarterback in what he has to deal with around. One of the aspects that you alluded to that is that is kind of feeling that team right now Salmaan soon from football focus recently tweeted out that the Vikings offensive line has now surrendered eighty one pressures through four games, and he says that the average offensive line gives up over one hundred and sixty over the life of a season there on pace for three hundred twenty four pressures allowed, and that would be the most. They've seen in a decade of charting it by seventy pressures along with that bearing dead. Last and football focuses pass blocking efficiency metric by lot, a wreath in in light of all that my question. To you would be what the hell? Yeah, this is. I mean, that's kinda the question Vikings, fantastic to write in it kind of things a little bit because in in week one, you know, Mike Hughes, getting a pick six in sealing the game. And Mike Zimmer after the game was like adults. People complaining about the first round cornerback pick now. Week foreign. It's like cousins is under pressure than almost any of the quarterback in the league's for you know, quarterbacks were inviting it like Josh Allen, and which that's still stings. His fourth most, though in and Josh Allen has been known to hold onto the ball in try to make some weird. So yeah, totally. Yeah. Happen. So yeah, totally. Yeah, I so cousins is pretty good about not inviting pressure and despite that, you know, he's he's fourth in the NFL in pressure. And so it feels kinda hollow Zimmer said that because the second round pick the tackle Brian to kneel developmental, they don't wanna put out too early to of learn their lesson TJ Clemens. You put out developmental guy too early and they're just kind of get bad habits and kind of grain to them and you can't. You can't coach out of it yet they've they've had. They've had to deal with ton of pressure primarily from from two linemen Riley reef which is really unfortunate because the paid a lot of money for them in Mike remers who was the other tackle that? They grabbed in free agency that they spend a lot of money on. They had to move them to guard because it didn't draft guard. And they've got this like super backup Rashad hill who is still maintain his better than almost any other backup tackle league. The problem is that he starting right, and so he's not doing a great job, but he's not doing an awful job honestly. But Mike remers is doing a pretty terrible job at guard because he's the kind of tackle that that does well, because he's patient just not thing you can do a guard, and so they've been giving up a ton of pressures. I think between the two of them, they've given up more pressures that I wanna say three or four offensive lines have. I think Riley reef give up a eleven pressures against buffalo and Chicago at that point given up ten total pressures now all season. So that's a huge problem. And you know, I mentioned, you know that that cousins is not an improviser in that there are some cons to his game while it do think that coming out of Washington, it was kind of overblown how he was against pressure. It's still definitely not something that you can say he's got, you know he's better than than a bunch of quarterbacks around the league. Right. I mean. Carson Wentz brigade example guys pretty good against Berkshire case keenum actually last year. Oh, kind of one of the selling points was that wind pressure arrived. He did a pretty good job of improvising way out of it, but you know, cousins is not that. And so when he's under pressure, buffalo game fifty, three percent snaps the the Rams game, some forty five percent or something like that. It's gonna collapse, you know, in any mentioned, Sam autzen Monson kinda thing is that you know, he says that you the breaking point for quarterback kind of regardless of who you have unless it's like a Rogers for Brady is forty, five percent when she could pass forty five percent almost no quarterback has the ability to kind of come that, right? I don't know if that to reform kind of weird threshold, fine, but it's clear that cousins is well past that for a lot of these games, it should be said, of course, they've got up against a bunch of talented defensive lines, got Donald suit against the Rams Kyle Williams. Jerry Hughes buffalo. They had to deal with four spotter in San Francisco. But I mean, that's. Kind of the deal right now in the NFL and it's not like going up against the eagles. It's gonna get any easier. We're gonna get ardor. So yeah, they're giving up a ton of pressure. You can kind of excuse some of it for the towns they've given up, but the town if gone up against, but just simply isn't enough talent on the offense of line. They got pedal, fly back. That's gonna help. You don't have bread Jones center. He gave up, you know, fair amount of pressure, but you still have to deal with Tom Compton has been kind of backup swing tackle guard in the league for most of his life. You know, Mike remers who is not a Gardez tackle and a backup tackle at the at the right end in a struggling tackling may be suffering from a foot injury left end. So yeah, it's really tough. It's wild too, because you talked about him not holding onto the ball, and I just looked at up at of twenty nine qualifiers. He's eleventh time to throw eggs at two point four, seven, that's that's nice and speedy. And in week three he was at. Let's see here two point, three, six seconds time to throw. And he was still under pressure fifty, three percent of the time. It was second most in the wild. It's insane crazy. Yeah. 'cause I mean, you can, you can look at it. Weak the weak and you'll see guys Carson Wentz held onto it. Two point six, five. So yeah, he's going to get pressure little bit more. That is insane. So that's something to keep an eye on and he's been good under pressure this this year. So far with a one hundred nine point eight quarterback rating, but one of the things that may be can can help them getting some sort of semblance of run game going. I guess. I know passing his warm portent obviously. But right now a league low sixty three yards per game twenty-ninth. Worst three point five yards per carry. Dalvin cook says he's working as way back to one hundred percent, but he's not there yet. Ken this running game function without cook and with a leaky offensive line. Like even talking about anything, it's entirely on the offensive line because cook, he may not be one hundred percent. He actually looks really good and he has to say, ninety one yards after contact in like ninety eight total rushing yards like. I think he's averaging league zero point three yards before contact, just wild, right. And if you know a running back that just didn't have vision, didn't have the ability to kind of like, you know, Trent Richardson had a poor yards before contact, but I mean, for you know, we know that's his fault, right? But for cook, we know that that's not his false. He's got pretty good vision. The same true latavius Murray who's playing better for Minnesota than he ever did for Oakland, but he doesn't have the numbers, right? Because he's on timeshare also like the offensive line is just a Bisbal. And so I think cook is number three in provable focuses allusive rating which like for dude, average eight point eight yards a carry like that's l. So, yeah, the from from run to run perspective. They're doing a really poor job of Brett Jones mentioned the center that they traded for from the giants us kind of a big problem in the run game. He gave up a bunch of of tackles for loss up the middle. And he's been again replaced by pedal his healthy again, so that should help resolve things a little bit. But you know, Mike remers has been again pretty bad at at Romblon. Tom Compton has been really good in some games really poor in some other games, a run blocking. But just overall, you know, if you've got one week, Lincoln, the offensive line is difficult to run going. But if you've got three, maybe four depending on the week, you know, it's impossible. The other. The other thing you mentioned is that the rushing total is down ethic. The Vikings are focusing on it more than than I am because the Vikings, it made sense why the why the rushing totals were down against buffalo. They they called, I think, former shes and they had like two more scrambles from cousins in like that. They're chasing the internment third. Down twenty seven, two zero in the first quarter. There's no frigging time to run the ball and then against Green Bay, they had to go against the day to go away from the run to score twenty two points in the fourth quarter, the rushing total kinda make sense. It's the, it's the efficiency that that doesn't. I'm not a huge yards per carry guy. But if you're below three or above six, like there's something there. Anywhere between maybe that's negotiable. That that's a huge problem with likings. Yeah, and that that's interesting. The game script of it too because I was looking at their formation, tendencies were personnel, and I saw from eleven personnel. They're passing eighty seven percent of the time when I'm like, what is this? And then I look and I, you know, the game script, the of it all, and of course yards yards are going to be down for that as well. But then you look at the the film of them trying to run the ball and and it can definitely get ugly. And Brett Jones is a guy that you you brought up win the Vikings had to trade for a backup center on the New York Giants who have a bad center already. I was like, oh man, they are in some serious trouble along that line. So to be interesting to see how that flushes itself out over the season, how much how much it costs them. One last question for your reef before I let you go. I wish we could have touched on the receives a little Vicks. I love Adam. Theline love stuff on digs. I think they're awesome. We're gonna talk about him in the preview shows a bunch. They're excellent talents, but Everson Griffen what is going on with his situation. And is there any timetable for his return to the second one? I, there's not really a timetable for his return. I don't know if he's going to return the season or maybe next season. It's it's really up in the air the the issue. If your listeners on wears that Everson Griffen has been dealing with a lot of mental health problems and they kind of building up actually for the past couple of weeks kind of before the buffalo game is where he was inactive missing inactive in theory because the foot but missing because the mental health issues. So the kind of related not the foot, the missing for a couple of weeks. You know, their reports that he wasn't himself right. Apparently, you know, other players or staff in the Vikings had mentioned that, you know, you hadn't been himself with the past couple of weeks. There is a lot of like confusion about kind of like the the order of events kind of what the Vikings may or may not have done to try and help alleviate the situation whether or not that told him to go seek a mental health. Counseling are not. You know, some reporters have had to redact reports the Vikings required him to do that or whatever. But you know the long, the short of it is you know, he had an incident where he. At the hotel. I've e- which apparently he was staying at even though he's got a house in Minna trista which is very small municipality, you're Minnesota. He's staying at the hotel itchy and he, I don't think he threatened in the same way that a lot of the report is of, but you use paranoid. He said they weren't gonna let him back into his room because he lost his key in they weren't giving him as key or something he, he mentioned something about shooting up the place for shooting someone. It sounds like it was abstract in in the in the hotel employees didn't feel particularly threatened in. There was no gun scene or anything like that on any starts lying on the floor in the hotel lobby, he leaves in. Apparently, the reason is in a hotel in the first place is because when you when he wakes up, he's battling demons in his head according to his wife, that's phrase that she us. You know, he leaves and goes to the hotel, which is just like wild to me that this is a thing that they've kind of stabbed drives around he. He asks a stranger that he thinks he recognizes that a gas station drive around goes back. I think the hotel. L. ends up at trae Wayne's house. There is a report that he tried to break in both Wayne's and the police have denied it. The neighbor of Wayne's called it in there were like those shirtless dude in the bushes in my neighbor's house. Which like fair enough. Yeah, I, it's just wild. And so he's had a lot of problems that have manifested in kind of this explosive instant on Saturday, the day before the game. He's really well aware in these kind of an apology out on Instagram, which you know, doesn't really need to apologize. It's like everyone's got thrown issues to deal with when your mental health issues, this severe, it's kind of it's clear that that's going to be the priority. And so it looks like he's gonna try and get that taking care of. And it sounds like his plan is to to going back to football after that. But you know if you kinda decides that that's not, you know what is good for him. You know, that's it's not gonna be all right. That's just kinda how it is. So for now he's seeking out kinda counseling into to try to get his mind, right. That's you know your your hope. Football beyond beyond that, you hope he gets his, you hope he gets everything. Well, in his mental health returns to a state debt, he can just live a normal life and not have to worry about all that stuff. That's that's. That's a dog on shame. So rooting for for Everson Griffen of course to to get that all in order hard transition here, this kind of weird, but. A re. I need a final score prediction. Okay. Okay. Yeah, fair enough. It's it's a ways. I don't really like that. The titans are, what are they not a bad team right. And one of the see south. They were just off a win against the Jacksonville. Jaguars. Blake, Bortles is bad, right? Yeah. So they're not. They're not like an embarrassing team to lose to. It's not like the bills, but I'll just say Carson hasn't fully returned to form yet according to me. And and you know, that will open at the Vikings number -tunities give them a chance for twenty four twenty one win. Okay. All right. I'll I'll take that. I'll let the listers gentle listeners do with that. What they will reef thank you for joining me again follower reef his work at the athletic Minnesota on Twitter at a reef Hassan NFL that's h. a. s. a. n. a. refund, just got one last request. I need you to repeat after me how now. No, we all we got. We all get. We all we need. We only need fly goes fly. Not doing that. Oh, man that was going to was gonna hit the use it and it was okay. All right. Well. Goes fly. Thank you.

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Dillon Behr, U.S. Army Green Beret, Afghanistan & Iraq

Veterans Chronicles

40:18 min | 1 year ago

Dillon Behr, U.S. Army Green Beret, Afghanistan & Iraq

"Bundling home and Auto Progressive GonNa finally by for that Gal of Yours Ugo send him my condolences this next one the starlight lounge presents an evening with the progressive box tickling the Ivories he just saved we're for this qualification you had to be able to physically pass the army physical fitness exam prior to joining the Military College Student I spent about four years in college three different schools jumping around not doing well and side boards at all but it was definitely there where did you go for your training I went initially to Fort Benning Georgia for Smaller our guest this week on veterans chronicles is Dylan bear a US army green beret who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan he received a Silver Star for his In the military one was in the army was a marine my dad was a navy diver just prior to the urge just after Vietnam and thank you for having me well let's start at the very beginning where were you born and raised was born and raised in Rock Island Illinois about three hours west of service as a result of a very intense firefight in Afghanistan that also very nearly took his life and Dylan welcome it's great to have you with us it's an honor to have you share your story with us after I had taken some tests the army entry exam and qualified at a at a high level and I became that was identified Chicago and the Illinois Iowa Border Quad cities quite cities and raised there until college and then the army which most people don't have to pass this until they finish basic training for this program you had to pass it before you even join the army so you already had to be in a pretty much when and why did you join the service joined the army shortly after nine eleven partially because of that and partially because that was a really terrible need to get a little bit of discipline in my life finally and army was a logical choice they happen to have a great program for me I did special operations preparation course than selection and all through the army special forces candidates school and Then I actually stayed there I got stationed after the Green Brace School at Fort Bragg things in order and are going to be successful in the program there are a lot of military experience in Your Family Your Dad you're right yeah so my both of my grandfathers were to go straight into special forces right out of If I was if I qualified for everything okay I made it through all of the the Hurdles Aki go straight off the military physical and mental a little bit of both yeah and then they're just looking for I don't know why they picked me but they're looking for people they can only generally have there decent shape and then they were looking for general technical score on the as Bab of a one hundred ten or higher which basically qualifies for any job towards the end of it and the only person for my generation that was in the military pay so there was definitely a a little bit of leading edge they're not super strong nobody pushed me the street into Army Special Forces so that was an interest of yours right off the bat I wouldn't say it was an interest right off the bat but it was something that was presented to me attack basic training and infantry training and then airborne school and then was transferred to Fort Bragg North Carolina whereas it is a good candidate for the program I had no idea that existed prior to me walking into the office hopefully this is not state secrets but what are they looking for in special forces Looking people is the mental toughness you have an opportunity to stop training at any time that you want and I was really terrible runner now but seriously I think the the toughest part of it is really just not quitting and I think that's what gets most is the toughest part of the training whether in the beginning or as you got a special forces for me the F- The toughest part of the training was the run that's why it gets most of the people injuries and and just quitting basically it's a it's a mental thing and I was with them but I wanted to be with the special forces and if I gave up there was no chance of that happening did you think about it a few times not really I actually saw some other people quit early on and that actually drove me more into not want to do it I I don't think it ever occurred to me that all to get through that by basically deciding that I didn't WanNa be down the street at the eighty second or any other infantry unit not that there's anything you know that was an option for me that seemed more like failure than another option and that will play well into the story graduating from college only much more rigorous mentally and physically I think is one of the great accomplishments of it might team down down range what the unit where you attached to Third Special Forces group that was on Oda Three three I five and then it was pretty quick after that you're deployed to Iraq correct pretty much immediately I showed up at my team and my company at Fort Bragg and three six when I first joined it was three nine six and then they changed the naming convention of all the teams game three six so two thousand four what were your primary duties during that deployment yeah definitely a lot of turmoil in Iraq at that time our team was you know what I know of Volusia but that's what we were prepared to go into Felicia style battle what's your mental state going into your first real combat I live so far I think hopefully other things will surpass that but at that time it was definitely one of the greatest things that I've done basically been in in training for the entire time I've done a little bit of a role playing in some combat situations and stuff the team they basically told me get ready tomorrow we're going to take over the city had been overtaken by insurgents at the time we're GonNa talk about a little bit later that refusal to give up what was it like to get that Green Beret was about three years in the making so it was pretty you know almost like really as far as accomplishment and when did you finish that that was two thousand five is when I actually graduated from the course in two thousand four and then forces so consistent that everything kind of falls into place there's definitely confusion I I mean again I've only been in training so I hadn't worked in in real life with any of the role and so that was my second day in Iraq was going in and taking the city it was certainly was not as intense as the of it actually but nothing really prepares you for the fact knowing that real life bullets could be flying at you and we had a mission along with the Fifth Infantry Division at that time to go in and basically take back the city from Thursday they were already deployed to Iraq and so it took me a couple of weeks to get all of my processing done and get all my equipment and I live things are not great in Iraq you're kind of starting to see the sectarian violence and the insurrection all the different factions inside Iraq as well as the haven of Isis and stuff like that so Talafar is not too far away from there and when I showed up on base onto the these people I didn't know the unit soap's I didn't know how these guys acted in any situation really and based in Talafar which is up in the North West west of Missouri which if you pay attention to the news lately seen right I was scared I mean I I really didn't know what to the suspect I'd been in the military for three years now and I a lot of figure it out and make things happen so you know within a couple of days I was driving vehicles I didn't get out and do as much patrol and also I'm on a new team with people that I just met the day before and we're going into a combat you know real live comments hey we're coming into the city you know and you can debate whether or not that's a great tactic for you know rooting out insurgents but up the rest of the guys on my team and they treated me like that and made sure that I knew what I was doing and so there's a there's a great deal of leadership but there's also town and not fight us and then come back another day so so we win and we definitely did have some firefights you know from the the Oh it was the new guy on the team even though I was you know any five at the time I'm still like basically a private essentially in the eyes more extreme or extreme fighters that wanted to stay in town but we had so much fire superiority that we jenner still had to go through language school and survival escape resistance an invasion or senior after that so I didn't get out of the entire course until two thousand prepared for the intensity of flu as best as you could understand what happened in Fallujah and ultimately didn't turn out that way so how did it turn out yeah so one of the at that time all the things that I didn't know and things that could go wrong was there any confusion as a result of the fact that you hadn't worked together before or is the training and special things that I think they learned in Volusia is I think they're there because there were some issues with civilian casualties and stuff like that so they actually made announcement those sorts of the bonds forged under battle sometimes greater than you know ahead of you on that deployment as this was about a three or four day operation we left the firebase and pretty much stayed down in in the town you know there's a lot of camaraderie bill just in a few days of being out there on the mission and so I was able to come back and already started there were announcements made were coming in to take over the city if your you know still here after such date you'll be considered a enemy combat Talafar for that whole time so it was really a lot of a lot of action for my first week basically in country trial by fire a stand and a recipient of the Silver Star greater talking about your first combat experience fortunately a lot of the insurgents high tailed it out of there and it's usually on missions aren't that big so you're really relying on each person right off so much so that might be a little bit different than than other units that aren't special only didn't feel too threatened by a lot of it our guest in studio today is Dylan bear he is a veteran of the US Army Green Beret a veteran of both Iraq and Afghan wing as you know some of the guys that had been around for a while I was driving vehicles and making sure in Poland scary and all that stuff you mentioned that you were purses so talk about that if you can't so I think in pretty much all units especially in the military there is a great bit of Camaraderie and you hear story feel part of the team and then on top of that start feeling I made it through my first combat mission so and I didn't die goes twelve guys and then on top of that you're going through some of the most intense situations that anybody ever experienced and so so with that a lot of people not only civilians but also some of the potential insurgents just decided to leave enforce last question on Iraq Obviously since you left a lot has happened there in the northwest northeast parts of air and you know Kinda thrown in the deep end so to speak so I learned a lot and coming back from that relation and I'm not the only person that this this story is not unique to me for sure but it was definitely there's a lot going through my mind you know it was disheartening to see how much effort and how many lives have been lost over there to see a lot of people have real issues with that because a lot of it is based on decision making and not just you know ultimately there were a few firefights but it was a successful mission would that do for your confidence confidence of your unit about the rest of the work that there's you know a little bit of success you know I felt success and I'll talk about that camaraderie obviously it's critical because your unit in the special forces in some of these elite fighting units what else stands out to you from your time in Iraq where did you go after that what other areas did you serve completely clueless what was your during we had some special operations guys that were top notch you know they would stand up to any special forces unit in most power vacuum necessarily but Yeah I it's it's tough to watch but you also know that here or there for Up in the Talafar areas that they kind of take over the area and then what was that like is there are some stories ranging from competent to it just very easily go into isis control you know it's a kick in the pants kind of and I can understand Gann Afghan police unit so we went in there and we had about twenty police officers in Gardez on the eastern side Iraq came under isis control and bar province a lot of it what was it like to see that well I'm not going to get political about at all but it is I don't know what you can pair it to maybe a fraternity or something like that it's definitely something that can identify with others on that yeah we we saw the gamut of it ours were middle of the road perhaps but we're able to be successful in training them to be self sustaining own territory there is a little bit of combat during that one but nothing super real significant like my second deployment to Afghanistan am scene and we basically just train them for six six seven months and to make them Be Able to police and you see that with veterans a lot you know they'll only talk to other veterans about their stories because they feel that person can kind of understand it I think it's even more so are we stayed in that general area for Iraq spent the in the mission the six months that I was there training up some Iraqi soldiers for each other and therefore hopefully the right reasons and it is what it is you just deal with it you know between Iraq and of Afghanistan that are well developed but generally it's a third world country Iraq is well developed but not fully and between Iraq and Afghanistan. Obviously the topography is quite different but what else sure the biggest difference to me between Iraq and Afghanistan as the people obviously there it's about this all the time but I think in the special forces it's forged even a little bit deeper you're on a twelve man team you're you spend a lot of time with just the I don't think that they appreciated the American presence there if I could say I honestly I don't think very highly of my time in is a cultural difference and development difference Iraq is much more developed than Afghanistan is as a whole certainly there are some pockets dillon was your second deployment to Afghanistan that really changed your life and provided the most indelible moments of your time in service the Afghan deployment where we'll spend the bulk of our interview there was first deployment to Afghanistan what was the mission there yeah the mission there was to train a after Oh to train the very first Kanak which is basically a battalion of Afghan commandos so Afghanistan Afghan commandos this is seven hundred guys so there's a huge deal and we had a lot of people looking at our mission doc or of the Iraqi people in general that I interacted with whereas Afghanistan I maybe it's because they spent more time there or maybe it's because the people are different into a special operations unit and every month the missions would get a little bit more intense a little higher higher level targets entry just before we get to that when you served in Afghanistan the first time and on the second tour there would you see as the biggest differences in general not just this specific one but as the whole the whole mission and so every month we took these guys from basically infantry unit go from essentially training mission to a full blown operation which on April six two thousand eight was operation command trees and then we also had some guys that you may have seen in a video on youtube doing jumping jacks so there is a little bit of and but I felt like I could get behind the Afghanistan mission a little bit more and some of the people anyway seem to be happy that the Americans were there and think that you're there to help them and it was a much more cooperative effort let's talk about April sixth two thousand eight what was the mission the mission well first off me back up a little bit During this entire deployment our team had been given a huge mission as far as special forces missions they never had a special operations force prior and we were our twelve men. Oda was to stand up the first battalion discrepancy in in the quality of soldiers but you get that even union you know fully developed countries so wrath the largest and most high profile mission that the Afghan commandos at ever been on and we're there to advise and Lee there's in my all uh thank you because casualty insurance company and affiliates discounts not available in all states or situations I was extremely challenging basically on the top of a mountain and you had to climate right so not only do we have to climb the mountain but we had to fly to the mountains read through combat These guys to take out a high level hit commander by the name of hunger for to get to this commander available online at C._V._S. these statements have not been evaluated by the F._D._a. this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease from where the enemy could just shoot at US you know a few rock outcroppings here and there maybe a felled tree but you know what we were walking into as far as how many enemy combatants and what the situation would be like and we were completely exposed on the mountainside there was almost no cover which if you're familiar with Afghan towns built in the mountains it was very steep and sort of a tiered approach they build generally you're just out in the open so how did you protect yourself and how did you try to fire back so the way that the battle started still somewhat inexperienced the leadership decided that we should not fast rope onto the mountain and into the house understand so we really had little idea what we are really going into we knew the terrain was going to be bad we didn't know it was going to be that bad but we didn't basically all of their agriculture into the side of the mountain in little levels but they're six eight twelve feet ledges and up ahead of us and then some in blocking positions and behind US obviously they've got the advantage being on high ground did you have any writing began I was about halfway up I was with the command element so the team leader I was the communications guy on the team cross this river which anybody that's been in the military knows that you don't WanNa get wet if you can help it so that was the the first kicking early to hide and we didn't know where all of the insurgents were we heard over the radio from aircraft in the area that they're a bunch of had the radio that day we also had our lead translator and our combat cameraman and are the pants so to speak to have to get wet immediately after touching on the ground then we had to move towards the mountain and then start basically scaling up this mountain instead we will land in the valley and work through the valley and then up the mountain to the target there was a lot of pushback from leadership on RT One of our teammates came across the radio and say I see a couple of guys with an RPG in our team sergeant gave the instruction over the radio and we're basically climbing up one of these and it was essentially mountain climbing and in some places we are taking our pack off and handing to the person above US first thing we had to do is get across the river that they dropped us on the wrong side of because we had large contingent of Afghan commandos that were from Jalalabad deep in the mountains of North Stan and so once you were dropped their how did you attack them out so once we are dropped so once the gunfire started bullets a immediately started impacting around the command element where I was lois clean not the ideal situation if you have to get into a firefight how far up the mountain were you when the you to take him out and we knew once one bullet goes you know the firefights can start so we sort of prepared a little bit but again there was nowhere quickly jumped about four or five of jumped underneath this rock outcropping and immediately became clear that that was not a safe place Jay Tack Joint Tactical Air Controller so we're in about the middle of the pack we had a bunch of Afghanistan part of our team cover whatsoever when this started yeah so the enemy combatants not only had the high ground but they had US almost surrounded we're in sort of a bowl and they I've combatants gathering rooftops and spreading around to different buildings and everything but we didn't know where they were we couldn't really see them from our position and the only thing that we could do at the time was there was a small rock outcropping to our left as we're climbing up the mountain and we all bullets were impacting right around my feet and our Afghan interpreter was shot in the neck right next to me team and our team leaders to not do the mission that way but ultimately it was decided that that's how it was going to be done and so the first thing that we had to do was had dug in fighting positions no Americans snow Westerners had ever been to this village I don't even believe that the Russians were there when they were move to a better covered position and as I got up to move from that position towards a felled tree I was hit in the hip with yeah I always compare it to not that I've been hit by a car but kind of like being hit by a car and electrocuted at the same time scrub the electrocution using his need to keep pressure on it and while he was doing that he was actually shot while he was giving aid to me so I had my hand about anything about the mission anymore at that point I think you know some guy later on I was shot through the BICEP and that was the minute because we've seen videos of that we all train for what to do in that situation but it's seemed like the worst case scenario at that point ration- through my entire body as I fell to the ground that was you know that's the best way that I can describe it at that point are you even thinking are you still thinking about the mission ah gunshot through my FA- Moreland the ball and socket of my pulse and from what I've read the pain was instant and excruciating frogs enmity critically injured and then shortly after that Lewis was hit by a second bullet shattered his ankle so he's effectively out of the mission as well finally made it to my position and started rendering aid he was trying to put pressure on my hip putting some rags in there and you oh you know I made a quick decision that I needed to get out of there drop to a knee started firing in the area where I believe the fire to be coming from so that I could suppress it my initial thought was that this is a life threatening injury had been shot exactly where the moral artery is and that I was going to bleed out in with them having again the high ground you don't have any place to protect yourselves rescue teams focusing on you guys and trying to get you out of there I'm guessing at this point minor injury that I could have fought through but being hit in the basically the the ball and socket my hip there's nothing else to think about into Louise's leg and so now we have two guys plus our interpreter who at this point with dead to Americans in very close end up like so you know so they could get in here and was leaning against the felled tree on a bullet came through my bicep and

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Episode 5 : Franois Beaubien  Changer dunivers sans perdre le nord

Papa Phd Podcast

51:19 min | 1 year ago

Episode 5 : Franois Beaubien Changer dunivers sans perdre le nord

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Cover Crops for the Kentucky Garden

The Sunshine Gardening Podcast

26:38 min | 6 months ago

Cover Crops for the Kentucky Garden

"Welcome to the Sunshine Gardening podcast. This gardening show what liquidity and inspire avid gardeners with weekly tips and tricks to help them navigate the gardening world. The show will also highlight specific growing requirements for several plants South Assemble. Shine brighter over there Kentucky Garden, and now here is that ray of sunshine. Garden enthusiasts and Horticulture Extension Agent Kristin Hildebrand with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service. Are Gardez are finally slowing down for the season. One thing you might ask yourself is, should I consider selling Kirk up from Kentucky Garden? Next. Your mind starts to wonder about what type of cover crop is best and really what is the best way to so we'll cover crop to find out more information specifically on cover crops four Kentucky I contacted our UK. Extension Vegetables, specialist Dr Rachel Rudolf to see what recommendation she had for cultivating cover crops. After talking with her I discovered selecting a cover crop comes down to what you're. Hoping to accomplish for your garden plot. So to find out more about this interview and what you need to know about cover crops make sure to stay right here on the Sunshine Gardening podcast yet we're so excited to have with us on his job gardening podcast is Dr Rachel Rudolph. She is the University of Kentucky Extension Vegetables. Specialists, and we're so glad to be having heard this morning allow Rachel. Reo I'll I'm so good I'll be glad once we get through some of this uncertain times, but we're trying to make the best of it. We may be each other person next time. Yes and I know you were telling me that you've still been fairly busy been through pandemic. Yes I consider myself. Fortunate in that. I had still pretty much continued on with work. We still have plenty of research going lots of projects. Agriculture is a necessary thing in all of this, and so we're pretty lucky that we get to keep doing research carrying on on the night. And that's something good to be positive about especially during the day make an it's like you said, all this research that you guys have been doing I specialize go we passed down through the raise that we work in. So it is very nice that we have that opportunity. We're really glad to have you and one of the reasons I you to kind of come on the podcast. is to talk to us a little bit more about cover crops and annot that gardeners are Kinda slow in day on for the gardening season I might have seen them like coal season vegetables in their garden, but there's always things that they can do especially right now even into the feature comments even to wintertime that can actually protect their gardens in that cover ups. So why would Urge want to consider selling crops for their Gordon's any Kinda give it some benefits or advantages with those. There are a whole host of detention benefits from cover cropping I say potential because you know you gotta do right and it's not guaranteed but these are proven through research these specific benefits. So increased soil organic matter weed suppression at the big line for cover crops, soil structure improvements. So maybe you've got compacted soils or soils that have just really lost their till cover crops can help with that past pathogen suppressions of you got a disease issue, your garden planting a non hosts cover crop actually hell beneficial soul microorganism promotion. So just healthier soil roots working their way through the soil and making sure to rotate cover crops really help with that. To improve nutrient cycling at management. So what I mean by that is reduced fertilizer use. So certain cover crops can promote that they can also take up excess nutrients. So maybe a grower Gardner over applied at some point during the year the last few years and they're of starting to notice, let's say some nutrient disorders or some issues with the regular crop right there tomatoes peppers like that cover crops can help take up some excesses that might be causing problems increase water infiltration. So I don't know what we're at with rain this year to be honest but I, think in what? Twenty eighteen we got seventy inches of rain or something like that. So all that rain I mean sometimes, if you're soils on held down by something, you're soils GonNa go somewhere it's gonNA leave. So to have some things bowling on your soil in place when you're not gardening, that could be a real benefit some specially if you're on a hill or near a river in that could be an issue reduced solar Russians. That kind of goes hand in hand with the water infiltration and then also something that occurred to me today that often doesn't get listed is some cover crops can help attract pollinators. So maybe you just like to watch the pretty pollinators out near target and provide habitat for A. Some of them do so that could be a consideration. That's right. One of the biggest things e said there that I feel like would be mass beneficial is the soil structure you know beefing up the social structure 'cause you know here in Kentucky have those Cli-, alkaline soils, and they can really help out if you use that cover crops. So those are good benefits. Dr Rudolph why don't you talk? To next about which cover crops are going to perform best for our. Kentucky Gardens here what I like to tell people is that no-one cover crop is going to do that whole list of general benefits. No one can check all those boxes. So it really is up to the Gardner to ask themselves why do I wanNA in trying to accomplish here and so once you've answered that question then It gets much easier to recommend a cover crop or implement crop. I'll give you an example. Let's say you want a cover crops wheat suppression and it's a little bit more complicated than just that. But that's the first thing you need to answer right is are we even talking about cover crops? So then say okay what time of year do I want this right? I Need Weed Suppression Wind Do. I want to try to deal with my weed suppression. So let's say you want cover crops during winter and summer bought want him during both winter and summer. Let's say you're more of a spring fall kind of gartner you like the cool season vegetables. So let's say zone are you in? Make sure you know your own? So appear in Central Kentucky were in zone seven keep that in mind just. For Cold, hardiness purposes that be something good to know, and then what kind of soil do you have thinking about? That is really hard clay is it a so t loan when you have gone on there and then you can think about also what kind of crops are normally going at your carpet? So what's GonNa follow this cover crop it was the cover crop placeholder is a tomato follow this. Or you know what's happening after these cover crops come out and win as also important. What's my timeline here? The once you answer all those questions then you can really get into the nitty gritty of what kind of cover crop you need slot. Okay. So you want weeds rush. So that means you want something that grows fast is you want to close canopy pretty quickly right where the weeds grow. You're gonNA, prepare the seabed prop and then you want something that closes campy really quickly faster than that we. So that would be something that you'd be looking for. If you want a winter cover crop that means you're gonNA probably see the cover crop in the fall now over winter most likely you'll probably terminate that cover up in the spring. So keeping that in mind is really important the. Time. Line if you want a summer cover crop seed, the cover probably in the early late spring early summer that means you want something that's tolerant and possibly drought taller right? You may not be irrigating crop very much that would also help you decide on things. So for a cool season compromise that would overweight you're and would be good with weed suppression I would say something like a cereal Rye. That produces a law biomass, and then we'll probably get into your next questions of how to deal with discovered upright. My Answers Nimble address that next bullet weight. So then for a warm season, we competitive cover crop weed suppressive cover crop I'd say either test t e F s or a millet really good luck with both of those as. Fast growing pretty competitive with weeds and high biomass was going to say those are all good things to really think about is like, what are you actually going for as far as weed suppression and kind of answered some of those questions. So I hadn't really thought about that. You know you kinda do want one that catches all be corday. For, example, some of them will check multiple boxes, right so for example, serial ride, that's ingratiate organic matter. So when a plant produces a lot of above ground vegetative rose right than when you hit that material. The soil and so that is how you get increase organic certainly. So for example, cereal Rye I would say would multiple boxes increasing Solar Ganic matter weed suppression, Soil Structure Improvements, probably beneficial soil microorganisms promotion, and then reduced Sola Rozhin increase water infiltration. It's not gonNA attract pollinators probably going to improve nutrients because it can take up a lot of excess new trance is not a legume. So it's not gonNA, help return anything to the soil as far as that those, but it will take up a lot and then when you incorporate it, of course, some of those nutrients will return the soil, but they will be probably in a different form, not immediately available for next crop to take up. Zero ride checks a lot of those attention benefit boxes. Made. Me a happy person. Checks must boxes. Would you want something that checks them all right none of them, check all of them but sometimes you get different. That's good. That's good to know. So I, appreciate you giving me that information there. The next question I have is, how should we best prepare for sewing these crops in the garden? What should we do gardeners get it ready? So I would say before getting started before you even break ground right each Gardner needs to do their homework as far as the amount of biomass that a cover crop is likely to produce and what I mean by that is that above ground growth so like I said with Cereal Rye. Several. Feet Tall. So are you quit to literally quit do you have the equipment to deal with that and the the wherewithal to deal with that kind of educated grows? So you don't want the cover crop to become a new sense or a pain or you want it to help you you wanted to work for you, but you just need to be prepared know what to expect right. So knowing when the cover crop needs. To be terminated so this cereal Rye will be at its best. It gets terminated probably late spring. So if you need to get your garden before that the nat-, not be the best option for you. So just knowing again, doing your homework on what to expect from this crop, its limitations, your limitations, right? So everyone can be copacetic with each other. You're not hating this cover crop at the end. So do your homework on the. When it needs to be terminated, how much biomass could produce do you have the equipment? So all you have is a shovel and rake Dan maybe cereal rise not for you. If you have a walk behind Tiller, if you have a more, you know something like that then you can probably handle it just fine. Wieder should probably handle it just certain extent it might be a little rough but taking stock of equipment you have in your life. So it'd be the first thing I'd say that would your best preparation, right? There and then a store is how to prepare for the physical action of seeding the cover crop. Right. So most of this stuff, most of these cover crops can be seated by broadcast. So what I would say is measure the acreage of your garden even it's a quarter of an acre. Let's take measurements of how big your garden is. What's did seeding rates of your cover crop, right? Do the math on that. So how much do I need to cover this ground and it might be a really small amount of coverage. So that may be something that you can borrow from a front. Right. You don't need to buy a twenty pound bag of. Seed if you only need a pound, maybe the borrow from former friends and then. Prepare to broadcast. So if it's a really small amount of seed, you may want mix it with something so that you have a little bit more in your hand each time your. Seat out there sometimes, we'll mix it with potting soil. Sometimes, we'll makes it with sand just. So you're grabbing a handful of something and you get a little bit better coverage when you toss that new broadcast that seed. Not something to think about. and then think about. preparing the soil of course. So you want a nice just like you would for a vegetable crop. You'd want a nice seedbed so to Seoul should be fairly soft on top right You should be able to of rake lightly in the soil moves rates You don't want seriously compacted soil you don't want rocky you don't want big chunks of soil where a seeds gonNA, fall down between these two chunks and be. Lost forever, you know sunlight will never touch it things. So you WANNA, smooth I would say. light. Kind of soil on top. Something like cereal Rye if it's a little bit more compacted down below surreal ride should still be able to handle. Other cover crops maybe not so much but something like zero arrived would be okay. But the the top part is nice and flat, nice and smooth. And with some moisture snot soaking wet kind of you know soil test we we talk about doing. You've grab a handful of soil and you kind of run eating your hands and if you're squeezing out water there, it's too wet right. But if you've got some nice moisture, they're in, it's crumbly got probably the perfect moisture level. There you go. Do you have to fertilize the cover crop, get nice and established that something that's required a little bit lighter after you'd its own. We typically do not fertilize crops on your cereal Rye and your tests, and if if you're using it as a cover crop and not as storage. Right not as animal feed a lot of times people do not fertilize it. Sometimes, if if you're going for, you're going for high biomass concerned that you're not GonNa get enough and yes people do put a little. Extra fertilizer on. Before that would be a broadcast application before seating. Preplanned application. J. Gotcha and we get some questions about do we need fertilizer window and apply that? So I'm glad you answered that question is there any other tips we need to know about when we're establishing cupboard crop? In are there things that we need to know about in the future I? Think you alluded to some of it et that you might have some other. Information you want to get to. Well let's see I'd say you know your first time around maybe it's GonNa. Go as perfectly as you anticipated and I would just try to tell people to. Not Get discouraged the first time we tried Sir tests is from Ethiopia adds a tiny tiny seed. And we for some nothing happened. and. So it's a drought tolerance seed, but it does need water to get going and so I think it was probably a combination of not high enough seating rate and not enough water to get going and so you know, okay, we're something's wrong. Let's reevaluate seed again. Let's see what happens so. I think. I spoke to somebody the other day that works with casts and again it's a very small seed and they had tilled it in. So they had broadcast seated it and until it it, it really does not need to be. I. Mean it is just surface just the light raking. Over. Because it is so small, you really should not corporate very deeply. And so they had tests of the also had a lot of weeds just because they didn't have that Nice. Stand that they had anticipated. So. I would just tell people don't get discouraged. It may not work out the first time but kind of a value take notes on what you did. talk talk to one of US talk to you talk to me and kind of trying to reassess what went wrong. that can. Be. Really helpful. And then take stock of when you're choosing a cover crop rights. Certain cover crops can be host for pathogens pass. So for example, Root Knot Nematode, that's that's an issue especially down in southern. Kentucky. And so in. Certainly, some cover crops are hosts for this parasite NEMATODE. So you wouldn't want if you've got that issue or if you think you have that issue you know make sure you take socks and don't choose a car that's going to make your problem worse Ray Let's see what's So just because our cover crop works or your neighbor or your cousin over another part of the state doesn't mean it's necessarily going to be the right thing for you. And let's see like I said, no single single cover crop will need all possible needs and objectives. But many of them will check. Several of those boxes. Yes? Yes. Italy, agree and now I know that we've covered quite a bit in you mentioned that waters really crucial. It might even be good that kind of watch especially depend on when you're selling the cover crop for what you have to look at the weather to say like rains are GonNa come because I can help you out tremendously. If you can time, it was the rain event Oh my goodness at is best thing you can do because. A lot of times but you know most people don't irrigate their crops. So wheat, we do talk about you know cover crops in high tunnels, and so of course, those would need to be ear dated East especially to get going. But out in the field you really shouldn't. Do, I mean, you shouldn't need to do that. So outside in a gardener field Just if you can time seating at seeding right after seating that's your best bet and if it if a cover crop has a good is established, well, if all the establishment across the seating crossbows, well, you set yourself up for success right off the bat. But if it doesn't you seed and it does rain for two weeks. You're probably going to have a lot weeds on your hands. And? You might be really disappointed with your cover crops air. Tree tree will annette you covered quite a bit in dinner very good job covering everything about cover crops but if somebody wanted to learn a little bit more about cover crops in the timing of that seeding writes in things that nature do you recommend any other good references or resource material that people could check out right? Yeah. I. Absolutely not the only resource out there for sure. So two books that I absolutely love not had for quite a while are managing cover crops profitably. it's from stare. So S. A. R. E. IS THE ACRONYM sustainable, Agriculture Research and education is stands for and so if you type in stare cover crops abetted these two books that I'm a the the first one I just said building souls better crops another one. Those are free to download those versions. You can also by the the actual in, it's like twenty bucks. That's. Not. Bad. But both of those managing cover crops profitably building source for better crops. Excellent cover books. So they are geared more towards commercial farmers like larger scale larger acreage but at the information about cover crops is still the same and still very valuable even for Gartner. So someone with a smaller smaller scales setup and then there's a small. Christian is mid. West. Cover crops, it's a little pocket guide so it literally would bit someone's back August it's. It's really cute and it's pretty comprehensive has like almost every other crop. You could think of in here, some of the information, right? It's a mid west covered. Some of it is not exactly perfect worse other Kentucky. But a lot of the information is so. I just happened to turn choose cereal rye in has added a chart here that tells us what the benefits are So it says you know it's a it's a good nitrogen sculpture, right? It's a good soil builder. It's a good talk soil loosener good. Erosion preventer has lasting ravaged a residue. Good. We'd fighter. So you can turn to different cover crops this book and kind of look at this table. Each one has the table. and Oh does this you know you can does this out check those boxes I was hoping it would you know this is a recap on thinking up wait for example. Buckwheat. Checks a lot fewer boxes. In cereal right. So but he's one of those I would say is a great Karadzic great habitat for pollinators. Frayed has these beautiful little flowers. But it's not a particularly good nitrogen scavenger. Terribly, great soil builder It's a pretty good idea. It. Doesn't have a lot of lasting residue You know. So just comparing those two right, you can easily see what's what? As I think that this little mid west ups guide is really useful for that, and so we this one I think online at. This. But I have a lot of copies here. So if you if you didn't even request from people about this little book I'm happy to send some your way. Awesome. Awesome. Will I'm really glad that you guys all those pointers in talking points today on cover crops 'cause I know cover crops really do add provide a lot of benefits gardeners in some people might not have thought about that before. So we really appreciate you coming on at our sin on gardening podcast and I'm sure we'll be talking to you again in the future. Great to talk to you. Thanks for having me on. I hope that you enjoyed our discussion today on things to consider when selecting a growing a cover crop for the Kentucky Garden to view the show notes for episode, ten on cover crops for the Kentucky Garden. 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Amazing Hotels: Space

Giles Coren Has No Idea

29:05 min | Last month

Amazing Hotels: Space

"He's actually time on full. Let's go if you run off you hand in hand skipping up the basement. Yeah we're getting. I have some combat. You really easily plant. Based i say you all miss when we when i wanted to us. I'll miss when when they go away to people. I will miss when they go away. I'm gonna miss meghan harry whenever it is today. Decide to cool it on all this crap. I'm really gonna miss them. Because this one this one this pickle what. They've got themselves in a proper easy. I can i can i can. I can't i cannot watch am. I cannot look away absolutely that completely. Can we start with the budget the budget and it's it's great but if we could start the podcast with the budget it looked like tweetie my tax return next. You'll get you mercy. I can see your for the beans to do meghan. And harry and i am too but this is remember we talked about this podcast about. This is the budget could come laser anything to say about it. No take the number of right all of outside. I know it hasn't wherever you about. His leaked all the stop. You started this all wrong. And because benz with a new site is bound to be in. I do know the thing that happened that you care about and i know what was it was it. Corporation tax split. Look to one year in those fine. This is your normally the budget's going to be boring right. The budget is just like a tax. You all they're gonna cost cutting give anything anyone cares about is booze. This great mistake that is always made. Ben came in complaining. He'd say that to the thirty fifth minute if that was all matted ben really worrying they're gonna bring in a for minting tax and to bid attacks in a jumper ejection at tax hawks tact not been esi slash dish on alcohol carpet. They haven't slashed that alcohol. They have bruising frozen the vodka they've tax frozen book they frozen increases. Okay no to the point. The headline thing is what onto corporation tax. Okay and cover about the tax things which is going to cost us about thirty thousand pounds a year right okay. So we're going to have thirty thousand pounds a year less except that they've frozen the alcohol to ut so we will claw back yes. We'll most of that. You need to drink about to detect the temperature about fifteen million quids worth of booze than the next year to take advantage of the amounts of gypsy three months. If then. we're absolutely fine because then the duty that we haven't paid because it hasn't been raised we'll cover the enormous amount of money that we've lost as a result of tax raises. Okay and was there anything else in there that you thought was notable safer. It doesn't the budget usually go on for about three hours. I was just trying my family budget watching session and do a book. I'm sorry it didn't work out like that because we needed to basically do the budget talk about the it and then carries get real giles. All you actually got to write a column about budget you bring it back to the idea. Bring it back to that. Because i think what you're doing is just using this as a stick to beat me with the fact that i wasn't complete paying ten artistic the big stick and the corner has this this so basically just ritchie licorice it. You know she's done this five six minute video funded by the taxpayer about police chief. All the things. He's been great at his personal brown and he and he's really good at having his nice hair and he's been really good his suits not very good at being told them for eleven quite good standing out holding his briefcase and stuff. He's nice and in proportion to you can't tell how short is stand next. Someone else. A bit like stuart broad. Who is the perfect person until the cottam like a normal sized villa forest boris short. He'll so he's my height about five. He's a little bit short of the he'd been one thousand nine stones. I didn't realize that he was so short until they should. Because that's why he's taken ritchie as his chancellor so that he can appear that bit taller and it's why they'll be really glad. The england cricket team look like losing the series in india which starts to find test tomorrow. Because if in the mid one they'd have to be invited to downing street and then richie embarrass would that have looked like little boys. Extend your company hope that they lose but wishy so do all we looking at so what you're saying with which is all over here the next prime minister. That's are you persuaded by the new. Did you see this. Is she seen knock in. What way. Oh my god. He's so reassuring he's just like talking with his voice he's quite i mean look wish reminds me of boys i was at school with and they were just great. They were just solid. they were funny. They were nice. Yeah i like. I like she. Richie rashid is to me familiar. He's a branding thing. On not sure about the sweat sweatshirt with stanford written across it. Yes which caused us which the picture. And a which caused me to go with pedia whether or not he'd been at stanford and was looking at. We were trying to decide. Is it more nerdy stamfor- jesse because he meant to trip there and bought one. Was it worth if you were added to actually with americans do that. Because i thought he was also at oxford. But i'm as he was only at oxford and stanford all came and yale and he would never wear an oxford sweatshirt. Because he's brand people would say that it was elitist because he went to winchester and they've got to try and make it out. They won't stay school kids to go today. So so he wears the stanford thing. Although it's a double block was he's wearing it because everyone's going to know. He went to do doctoral after oxford. So i wouldn't trust anyone with my money. He hadn't he remind how hard everyone at westminster was. And i know how hot those boys worked. And i and i just don't trust anyone who isn't labor. She's with my cash or my country anything. I think he's fantastic. So what's your call. Your call them is going to be our is ratio k. For pm the controversial position would be that. I do think he should because i that controversial the wind is turning against vichy because this up promotion. He's the meghan markle of the dow days bullshit royal fascination. Well not really because we do. You put on the list but not i to do. The budget clenched you need. Just need to you. All wound tight sister. Did you see the. I'd coke thing this coq. I'm with kurkin. He so teeny one line of code bushy bouncing off the wall. No you saw that thing. Yes that i thought that might my heart slightly died but i love a dog. And he's into his lee talking about how much he had. His favorite color is for mexico. Well he still has not obviously and in his mind. He's actually panic stations because google or somebody might think of she done. She has to think so you completely free to say and then he says but then you could see him getting in this pickle because he was going kirk co cook and he's off. I'm branding thing. But not diet coke. And then and then he sort of said and i thought was he going to stand back from the apparent brand endorsement element when he went. I don't drink diet coke or or pepsi. Oh my gosh thinking the whole the minute you're gonna take my whole then subsequently transpired which and there's on twitter everyone who's going tanto and i. I hate twitter. The idiot commentators idiot journalists times guardian. You name them. They're all in their. Okay keep play again. It's the gift that keeps on giving it. Oh he's really who it's not it's really boring and there was nothing there all the left. We're trying to say that. It was far more damning than the militant banana. David miliband backing sunny. Ed and and and do you know the other thing. Do you know when that was recorded win. Two years ago two years ago. Oh he's got so much media training what was not two years ago. He was not transferred the still levels exactly what he's but he was so the point is is that the they have dengue all the way back through bush's entire back catalogue appearances to find something really shit to drop the night before the budget and from two years ago they found him. You're thinking like oakland anybody clean is you went back two years looking fourteen children three corpses do want to be one to carries carries a. She's she's already into doing downing street. The cost of which has been reported to be either running into the tens and tens of thousands or as much as one hundred thousand pounds. Already don't already before the story today. Yes yes yes so she. So they are. They are in. They are up to their offices in alligators. In terms of this refurbishment thing. Boris panicked and decided to set up a charity imitating the same thing done in america. They do to preserve the white house. But the difference being that i don't think downing street is regularly open to the public. Is it going to not get listed. Yes no not open to the public. What has happened public the tax burden to come in. it's been four minutes with boras leverage. We heard that we had that story. That bursts dinners deliver every night. Because carrie doesn't cook from. We saw the thing. I think it's escape that interesting. I don't think anyone thinks that deliver every night but do so in in america make sense because there are there are public towards the white house and the white house is enormous building. And it's home to also too expensive kind of things and they have to pay for the upkeep. Fine downing street is a pokey flat in westminster that that it quite rightly filled with showed ikea crap and stuff from john lewis and carry wants to live with these things so so for example. This is not say any of these things are actually in downing street but just for example the it has said lulu little. I think that's lighter. Little newly little is the is the person it's inspired by hasn't actually come out and said that little has been involved in it. How do they have any notion of her of little verify. It's been leaks that carries clearly a fan of this woman little signers she's respectable designing. She runs her own kind. Kind of italia she bought the last autism rattan weaver's workshop in england which knowing somewhere that turns out bretagne furniture which just happens to be enjoying a huge kind of fashionable bristles. At the moment. She sells a venus ratan chair. Which is inspired by the shape. Only com show up posted in blue velvet. Consider that guess how much you've seen c. Five thousand five thousand nine hundred pounds which were designed to check is like. It's not that much. They do cost that much but not a downing street. Do you know what. I mean down the street like she was well. This picture of Cameron in some topping yellow kia chair with an awful sort of veneer tv cabinet and the chief telling on the talk but the thing is is quite difficult five minutes. This isn't it. Because if you if you do your flat up into john lewis and i k. Everyone goes ooh awfully. It's golfing rose is also common and then if you spend a bit of money on it everyone calls you marie-antoinette my hair for a column for the year was ups could be carry. You don't need looney little instead. Let me make suggestions your new flat. How about kitchen table from camden market costing only five hundred pounds. What's a few scientists in the back of your thighs. That kind of price talk outside with a joke. Took act hooker covered that you have to hire someone to put together which money you could have bought something nice from somewhere else that some lovely wool carpets if you skimp on the underlay then it will cost less and then it will take a good six months for the floorboards to start showing through. But you'll probably be voted out in three is anyway and it'll be the next bus. That's problem Ever down. That was where i was being house. You can probably tell she gets work. Work himself as a good jokes. Look forget lucile for for a property. Cut price of ten thousand pounds carry. Boris ninety set up the charity. I ll redecorate your flat with mice. Just no you see. it's a funny idea. H funnier is for me to say domer- my wife wilders. Then i can do a combination of you and a sort of monstrous over exaggerated version of you which is basically you. So it's like do what you did to my house literally all of this stuff away and not just throw it away but lofted as it goes away on the skip discussing what all that stuff. That's my stuff was nice now paintings which i did not throw any of your paintings redistributed. You had hung every stupid to them among the homeless. You had hung every single picture that you owned on same warriors. No it didn't and i and and it was bright yellow canary yellow. This is an interesting color. What color is this. And he says yes and you said. I don't know the build went to give me. I said you said the builder to the paint shop to pick your paint color. and you comeback. This is what they call. This is my favorite my favorite installation in your house. When i moved in was the fly mode that you kept in the kitchen garden. Rust asterix into the downstairs lou. That was a triumph. You got rid of because it's on hygiene but now you make up room my makeup to different lou to do my makeup whereas my asterix comics. You're at the end of the that people would assume the with this really sophisticated coupled with marvelous house just like bars and carey and and the truth is we fight over. Who gets the downstairs. Lou for asterix collections slash makeup. Yeah it's pathetic sitting there in sam's poof us face they'll be more than me in awe kitchen after a short interlude but find out what i wrote about in the end why no pick up a subscription to the times and the sunday times and enjoy one month absolutely free. Just search the times koto. Uk bullets nash. Charles coren has no idea. I've been promised that this will take you to an amazing offer rather than just a website created by ben randomly containing all my bras mistakes. Although i'm sure that exists somewhere is going to be up to you to find my next idea. Which is the space hotel. did he. the space hotel. They say absolutely hilarious. Twenty twenty seven a space holiday. Right some brilliant. The daily mail kubrick film could become reality and floating hotel with four hundred guests tourists. Who have been everywhere and seen everything. It could be the ultimate new destination the first space hotel featuring restaurants a cinema spa and room for four hundred guests could take its first reservations. Twenty twenty seven. I mean frankly. Or even the beginning to greece by twenty twenty seven mytalk guy for that is conveyed yesterday. Gets off the ground. And there's a picture of it looking like it's called the station and what could begin as little as four years time. Why i would say white bother the hotel complete an orbit of the earth every ninety minutes. Meaning you can see the sun rise. How many times a day do you think this ninety minute. It orbits the earth every ninety minutes. Meaning the mrs sixteen times. Well done well on it. Sixteen times sick gets mike drought. Come on out of twenty four hours. That's going to be six sixteen times. Okay right so you see. It was about that equation. That you didn't know i just couldn't begin to work out back on caper today fun. That's it's wednesday dining multitasking bouvet too much. So it's going to be built a californian company obviously because all the whole of silicon valley's otley obsessed with space. I don't know why accounting of anything more boring. your column could be. How boring a day on the station would be hotels a quite boring the times but in space my god Yes a might conflict with your with your other other hotel walk so as a person who does tv holidays hotel hotel expert. No the funny about it. Surely the hotels always disappointing. So the point is you would get there but you wouldn't be able to madrid but you wouldn't have a view of it very much about looking to ease the joke. It's irma. the joke in the garfield cartoon you're talking about it's the it's the but wait a minute and and i'd like to. I want to get the. I want to go back to earth now. You want to get back to earth. Would you should the deluxe holidays. So it's it's the it's the tear can how about what listen. How about a tripadvisor column. So your call. Him is a long tripadvisor complaint about your visit to voyager station so this uh so twenty twenty seven she july dissa having pay award ever having paid cost fifty million quid trip. It's fifty million quid. A trip to visit the international space station. Fuck it is fifty minutes. Yes so you be having spent from dominion bounds on a trip to a voyeur. Just understand that if the crew detained. I was pulled by the standard the creator i was. I am as i'm ten steps. Will you ten stein twelve. How much do you then it says that the would it be zero gravity. The gravity will be kind of alleviated. So if you're ten stone you will feel like you only twenty three pounds. I don't know how much twenty three pounds is. How much does is to three pounds as to stay what. It's about one in three quarters stones. Okay so you won't you won't be weightless but you will feel very out of twenty three stone man. I expected to feel as if i weighed. Only four stay but in fact it was the you know what i mean like pointless trip advisor only read three. You'll get idea so you could. You larry is kind of putin like tripadvisor long to advise complain about your visit visit to avoid station. They basically complain about the price. it wasn't good value. Bit deviant if i got my space walk was hampered by not that agenda on tripadvisor but i do think the thing about just saying how it will fall away from reality because in hotels you the greetings which really crap and you always have the crap room and you couldn't get the right cushions and why don't stand by hotels the why didn't they understand that you just want to go showroom and wash your hands and face and just light on your bed for like two minutes and then go to the pool. Why do they keep you in reception for in person doing and then give you a real toward of the hotel and you'll let you need a we. Your eyes hurt. You just like just give me a special local code lemonade. Drink malone me later. Let me changed. I've been in these close to ten. I was disappointed. It was not as near the beach hoped proximity to local services. Good at sea china to put anyone today. I could see the with china but that's a good job. In my view it might the view of the view of great disappointing tiny ensue forward and so far i was promised a view of the but it was tanya so far away. That's really what you said you had really well written down. And the story does that Really fucking important but what do you mean is a story in it you know. Nobody will believe you're leaving. Capitol that stays to try and give a picture of a crap uncouple when. Gmc away talking to you. Listen to bowdoin catalog right. I thought for example cricket is to get in the budget. Three hundred million pound. Don't look at me that. I'm listening to my listening face. It's it's you telling you what she likes. Cricket cricket's money no money money's going to be funded on the give to sport. Cricket is to get three hundred million pounds. But i'm gonna suggest the three hundred million pounds. They should what you shoot spending on cricket like for example. T's really nice. T that whole thing with tease the other day turning it back to the old days because the problem with cricket is to piss because of all the making sure the thick people so instead of wearing pajamas money spent on actually wearing nine button. Fly flannels with the ten lovely. Cotton shirts tasted like in the old days with wooden jumpers and wearing the colored sash tight trousers like is in gardez to have nineteenth century. You could spend getting rid of t twenty and all the kind of boring kinds of fast cricket which they have to do to make people. I would you. Why would you go back to. You've got the five day the former the game for more influx into that. Why would you need money to get rid of t twenty. Well because they have to play this awful shortened smash version of the makes money because people go and watch it because people don't have the patience anymore and watch long boring matches it into the draw so you could spend the money on paying them to guy and money on because it might well how much you wouldn't worry about. I'm what i'm thinking is that i think you were a thing. On cricket research one. Last week i'm feeling the tricky vital role. Bright's did you see. Have anything you list of things you have fun about. Someone being paid minimum three hundred frank. My head road take time reports three hundred forty three so so chris news i really because they know that. The he's a yeah. He's take reclusive pulse of children's investment fund it some hedge fund billionaire hedge from being paid a record three hundred and forty three million pounds a year this equivalent to nine hundred forty thousand pounds a day. So what would you do with them on. Yeah yeah yeah you could do. A cricket thing within that you like that could be an umbrella thing about you could You give some to carry two flat. Break ina such true. You could think you could do one of those things where you take that and you say okay and then you could use that to do a portrait of the week kind of the three hundred forty three million a year. Yeah you could pay. You can pay mega harry's go and be caught forever. it's genius so so that's a very. What would i do. go away. Ten mil twenty mil how much you have to know what you pay meet and minutes ago. Where if you wanted to meet off different henry dimbleby founder of leon. Who got out of it and this is great and he often starts conversations with so tidy. How much do you think he just started. Never work again and people haven't really with how much it is. And i would say five i ten and it all depends on how much money you have and we have to accept that we're in the top one percent or point one percent so to pay a james dyson to go away. It would be thirteen billion pounds but to pay me to pay. What would i need never have to work again. And i reckon the ten million. You could never hear from me again. This invitation gave me a little picture of these ties in as well to to the boris and medina forest carry. Yeah so first of all. Your your cer-. Chris hogan yeah you pay money to have the word from the dictionary to the pentagon just the opponent's by way too young pony and trap crap for all and sandwiches. Oh no no way go over a massive cone to be the richest man in the world and to be known as it's a crisp own in fact we could start a movement for companies like dan. Dr i've just got to carry. I'm for chris hohn anyway so you pay. Somebody's not named after a pawn. Then you then you'd pay money to the bars and kerry fund the making harry go away. I can fifty mil. Yeah it sounds like that's more than their combined that net sixteen which you paid your bombers to fuck off or two people in the one that was on read the room and what else would we do with all that money you go on the space thing. This thing going in space go anywhere. Yeah actually you can go. Million pounds ago and space or fifty five million. Yes go to pathos yup great because you. What's good is this also. This is also going to last until saturday. Because whatever happens you can just. It can be like a letter offering it up a quick with with other kinds of typical place. Steakho- well you know. Listen do what you do what you want to. Three hundred and forty-three million a year. That's quite good. I could talk because you can. Skew slash corporation tax could smash corporation tax back to nineteen percent. Save myself thirty grand a year. Yeah hang on a second. It does seem to be when you when you are when you are like a billionaire. Billionaire madman the first stage seems to be prepping so you buy a motorbike and like a nuclear bunker knows your own water supply and then the next stage of like meglomaniac tech billionaire nurse seems to be space. I'm sorry i was just thinking which they'll have to. I'd have to fifteen million collins ear. That's been. You've been listening to giles car and has no idea with me giles. Coren esta work. It's a wireless g dish production for the times produced by ben mitchell. You can listen to us on the times. Radio app would download from wherever you get your costs to find out what i read about. In the end you can pick up a copy of the times all get a digital subscription and for the full live experience tune into my show on times radio every friday from one 'til four causton perfect with rachel silvester down his tomson. 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End Time Events part 39

The Gospel of the Kingdom

1:10:20 hr | 9 months ago

End Time Events part 39

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Where New Greta Leader for God that we care less for a walkover guarded the things of God. God. And it's not because the have prevented us from reaching out and preaching. His just because of health reasons that we are not congregating. Not because of the close to their Gospel. And so we ask the people of God we as children of God. We are acting gotTA sedillo. They'll go spots being closed out. Which is not the case? You can still reach to unpack phone. You can reach to serve. You can reach toward the army. Preach to somebody who is to meet as I wave and four meters away. You can former them. You can't do the work of God that is a lot of that. You can do that can keep you alive. We shouldn't act as though we are in the gratitude relation, where is going to be persecution as we was saying in the last Saturday evening service. We Still Gospel is still being preached and we have a lot to do. Gentile time is limited. We can't just sit down and. How things. As We desire them to have on. Just relax and. Enjoy these worldly life. There is a walk to do. As people got, delays walked to do as children of God. We have been given walk. We have been instructed. TO REACH OUT! So the scripture. We were looking at. was in the Psalms Ninety one. If we can go to. SUMS TILL ONE there will be people that will be prosecuted unto death. Now for you to grow to where you are able to stand for your faith. Whether to means a death. Radi, it is an amount of growth in your life. You must be spiritually strong. For you to say come more T to May. I'm willing to put it on my life. I'm willing to give up my life. For the sake. Of not to denying. The Lord so if we are not growing. We can't we will be denied a lot. We reached that level. So someone to be persecuted, but not unto death. And we looked to scripture here in the Book of Psalms does nine to one and was five. Through seven. Thou shall not be afraid. For the Ted I by nine. nor for the idol that fly it's by did. Nor for the pestilence that woke is in the darkness. Nor for the destruction that West is at the afternoon. I thought on show to fall at today's site. Then thousand. Today right hand. But it shall not come ninety. Why will these calamities not come nine? I'll close to the because you'll be one of those. That will be praised south. Like as I said it may be, you'll be spat this persecution. It's also possible it may be. You're not be SA- bed. So some people will not be delivered. And some? Would it be ready from death? So many prayers of what events will be said. go to deliver his people. Men Impress people to be praying. God. Have mercy. Deliver mouse removed from these calamities me from these problems. They'll me from these attacks lawn, and protecting my life. Then you prayers are going to deliver inst- will be saying. Let's turn to evoke of Joel. To See. Something here. Auto prayers. We'll be said. The help has that's why it is important to be out quainton with the. Your Prayer Life He Ain't Joel Chapter Two and was his thought it to set it to? Joel Chapter Two. Bosses that. To thirty two. And our show wonders in the heavens Sunday India of blood and fire. UNAPPEALING SOSA mark. This sounds shall be turned into darkness under moon into blood before the great undetectable day over the overload come. And show come through pass that who swear show call on the name of the Lord to shuttle. Be delivered there. We hear. Many prayers for deliverance. Would it be said who so ever? I've we wanted to call upon the name of the Lord? When we travel will to pray all we sit down and. Start to. We sit down and. Start speaking's stout statements, and saying ways of the laud white and allowed to deliver me. Why does how do these older? We go on our needs I? Wanted to pray. You're praying by praying. You, don't Alon into bites. Yes, having DT's Yori landing. This is what you do, your land praying by praying of Ulan to pray. To call upon the name of the Lord in trouble when anything strikes winner, there is a problem when there is sickness even when he I seek canoe. Top your hunt to God and Aska go to touch you. Got To deliver you rebuke sickness. Our Condition we learnt when there is a problem, the pledge of work in the neighborhood in the family we see we kneel down and call upon the name of the Lord. Do we need up our hunts and call upon the name of the important, and as a child of God to learn to pray prayer means that you depend upon God thoughts on that it depends upon God. Praise a lot. He raised the much, but if you to depend upon God if. If you depend on your strength your wisdom, you're not afraid you're just think on what to do on how to solve that problem on how to take over that a condition on how to come on top of that situation, and you Renault to remember to kneel down and lift up your Johansen and ask God for deliverance and ask you got to help you in that condition at person that depends on God. Pass on that on a God praise, a lot braids much. So he says in verse thirty two and he's show. Come to pass that. Who Whoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be delivered. Point Mount Zion Anini Jerusalem shall be delivers. As the Lord said. And the in the remnant. The Lord Shallow Call. So, many people will be praying. A of press will be said for deliverance now they are going to be terrible very very painful and horrible. Pestilence says on. Cody shows that to widow come, so it is important as children of God to land to parade. Because then you Renault how to handle these situations. And like we have said the rupture. With not take away the entire church. thirty-two settled in your mind, Gaetti to right when we speak about the bright when we speak about the rupture. We are not saying that the entire Church of the body of Christ will be ruptured. Oh, it'll be in the bride of Christ, we have already shown that the bride of Christ in revelation fourteen, the number is giving one, hundred, hundred, four, four thousand, and so it is not the entire church that we will be in the rupture. Will be faster phase. Of The resurrection. RAPTURE! We have said that will not take away the entire church. Down would be a remnant. Hiding in the wilderness after the rupture. Has Taken. Place after the hundred thirty thousand admit the load at a cloudy level lordy coming before his bride, coming for his wife, whether or not to come as far as. The, Earth he will stop at a cloudy level and. So! After. The load has taken away. The hundred unfold thousand. There remains a remnant that release into the Wilderness. That's when the gratitude relation now begins. Persecution had we have been talking about. That's why we must grow into God today. You can stand for your faith you. Can you be willing to suffer to be mistreated to be beaten and the sun to be mounted for your faith? So. Remnant will call on the name of the Lord. And many. Will be delivered. From persecution enter this. When they are going through terrible. Situation's. Difficulties things happening. Many way to call upon the name of the law. That's why I'm saying. Less Allante to call upon the name of the Lord. Call up on me. They'll travel. And I really. Never, a child of God whenever you as a child of God I need travel called upon the name of the Lord. Don't trust your wisdom. Don't you trust your knowledge? You don't depend on the flesh. Don't depend upon of friends friends saga. They can help you. And, we don't do away with them. We don't say you can't have friends nude. People that can stand with US family family members I go to. They can help us. Do, help us and they're supposed to do that, but above. that. We should trust to go to that win. You implore me when a Situa- fister. We this situation them saying that it should come in your if I is to. Paret is to call upon the name of the Lord. Call upon the name of the Lord. Your travel and he will deliver you. So. Because of the plagues of the government of God. Will be falling during the period of the gratitude relation. Is Not. Only they charge that we run. And Hide in rocks is not only the saints of God is not only members of the church. But also the Anna. Gado people that don't believe regarded after. To guard it. Run to the rocks, they all saw run to Heidi and a good. It also look free. Cities. Have built a nice building in the city. There have been having comfortable life in cities, but because of these flags that will be falling. I tell you Dave relieve the cities and go to their routes. ooh! Go to the, wilderness. As look at Isaiah chapter to. Go through the Wilderness Old Sawtooth ride. Things will be bad decisions will be. Terrible! Chapter to. His nineteen through twenty one. Show go into the halls of the rocks. And into the case Odia. What if he over the load? Under for the glory, overuse in my Guisti. When he arrives this. To, shake terrible ideas, you really terribly shake, he has. Ended out. The day. In mind show custody Dozo SEDIBA fees. UNAMENDED. CBA had mad money. At God Had made money on ideal. adoring money money was everything. The scripture says many answer all the things. that. We shouldn't put all our trust. In the money to help with whom. He in their work of God we need money. No money was. Good. We come to anything. That's why we encourage. Hawalas to support, US. to keep pass online give to the work of God. whether you're a member. These fellowship Oh you have been fifty Why don't you bless us? Why don't you do? And the Lord will bless you. saw. Money is good, but never put your trust in money. Money can do a lot of things. To come to give you a comfort to live, you can accomplish much. You're Kinda. Go everywhere. You want because of money. By the White House that he's a good. Your total trust. And the Oh primary trust should been God not any money. He says in that today. Man Shadow custody. Dozo sedan is I those of gold. which they have made each one for. To wash ship. To the malls hunter, the Bats Caen Mighty. Throwing with something that you traded. That's you wash shipping dory that. Taking to be precious. To go into clefts of the rocks, and in today, tops of the rugby rocks. For fear of the Lord. And for the glory and Majesty Weenie he rises. Rises. To shake terrible idea. See. That is going to happen. What did you you? What is your number one day? Things that really take our time. The things that we really trade and spend all our why you think of. Trying to our choir. You do not in those days they would be cast our. We leave them. We shall leave them in the cities. We shall leave our good houses. We should relieve are comfortable homes. We believe our property things that we have really spend our time energy when our youthful energy. remember. They create and the days of the use as a young man what you should be doing his to remember God to build your life in regard to be your life for strong into law to be a on that Defense Oh God. As angry. Young Man. Trusting that God is the Creator. God is the one that gives us all do things to enjoy. That wealth it comes from God and. You don't go wrong when you start as a young person to serve God as a young individual to God to reach out and do the things that requires you pay your alley aid to find out what it does. Go to wanted me to do. I wanted to walk in the will of God I. Don't want to go against the will of God I. Don't want to just to concentrate on. My will I want to do this by this by DC. He I. I should have these by by this time I should have the other, and the are planning. Your Life and God is not at all in your plan. You know that we are going to leave little things. We shall leave those things to people. People will take them out of people will take them. We would run away because they were injured would be happening and we are going to run into the wilderness. We're not be there to enjoy them. We have walked so. He has taken all our time. All you think. That we could have walked and walked through for God and really salvage regarding our youth with all the idea. Global Young Man is their strength when we could have done very good things for God. We West at all that youthful energy looking for things that we are going to abandon. Run away from because terrible things will be happening. So God help us. That, we know how to have our priorities right. Micha also describes this full time if we can turn to the book of Micah. Also, This describes these. Whole full time! That will come. Go to help us. Here in America seven. was says sixteen and Seventeen. The Nation's shelled see. Co founded. Out All. Their might. They show. Their Honda. Corner their mouths. Their ears. Be Deaf They show. Leak. The dust. And my God. They shall move. Out of their Ho's like worms of diaw. They should be afraid of the Lord, Our, God. On the show here? Because the, Two that. These going to be a terrible trying time. Way of fun, things will be done. Why don't we give heed? and to strengthen our position in a God. Because if an assay to me be! whereas. Why don't we? Saddle God. When there is opportunity. House long as opportunity to Salva God. To solve, go student to do good. Subdued. You sit there. Nations shall be confounded. People would want to what is happening. What is it is that he's up in India. We can't understand? Science were not explain it. Politics will not explain it. all these the Leisure Will Not. Explain it. To get involved in. having good time in the sports and All of these that we do. Want to help us. And so this extends to chapter of the Book of revelation. Has We are going to see. Describes the seven last plex. RILES, BE I. L S royals. Last. Seven lasted plex. That I'm going to be out on the world. During these last three and a half years. All that he's in this. Chapter Over the book. Of Revelation. When. Okhta today seals. We saw. Terrible things that are going to happen. then the sounding of trumpets. Trumpet Legs. A lot we will happen. As though that is not enough the vials. Last seven. Trumpet Plagues. Last seven weeks rather. going to be poured out. And we study here in the Book of Revelation Chapter Sixteen. All these plagues. Describe! Revelation Sixteen Invest One. And I had the great voice out of the temple. Saying to the seven and IOS. Goya ways and Pau. Vials owned Russell Guard. Happened Diaz. God brought out the vials. Of God. Upon the Earth. The. 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Because all these being deported out there of God, their last plagues of the wrath of God being apart upon the he too disorganized. World is so terribly. That's why when we church. We must learn to work what he's not a cuss. We keep saying. But he's only made it difficult by. Resistance Cold. Costs. Cosmetics difficult. Wok It's not a cuss. That's why Paul said that if he does not want. Does not work at him not to eat. NOTHER, what a true! Christian knows how to Walk Kahad. gnaws out to leaving. Not, just to seat. Whether you're in the situation world. Oh! You the religious world. Even as a preacher must walk a hot for the laud. To reward you. He says according to my vineyard. Whatever is right I repay you. If. You just the seat then you suffer because he's a writer judge. If you're walk Kahad then you will provide. Everywhere we encourage you to walk. Ahead are not meant there's no way in the scriptures where a listeners he's encourage. People just seem to take et's easy and just be begging begging asking for help, we are fortunate. We are poor. We can't afford anything. We're not against. See how. But you as an indie video. If feet, your body is functioning. We Must Salon to work because when Christ comes back. That is going to be a lot of work. There's going to be plenty of walk. Hitter it or not just having free things. Wild is going to be. The world will be a terrible mess. and. It'll be important for us to know what to do. So at the end of this time, the is utter broken down. Diaz? He's. It will be quite a disorganised. And the Diaz is. In fact, the will be moved. almost of reach. Orbit. There will be a lot of things that will be put out of place. This will be cleanly dissolved. and. To believe. What do you see this little cut here? Isaiah again. Is Heiser. Into Fall. That would be such this order. As I a twenty four. Hour be plenty of work. Put things right. Iza, trained to four. Nine thousand nine. Hundred Twenty. The Earth is utter broken down. Diaz is clean dissolved. Choosing. Clean dissolved. Diaz is removed the exceding Dingley. Caen mugging this as being removed. How it can be saga. Nice did talk Paulo. The surface. How can look when it is moved this earth? that. We are living on when he tees mood. Can you imagine how it will look like? Because inner strength, he says the show real to an flow back drunker. Imagine. From all of us are river experienced instantly to- after quick. Little adequate. Can you find it the shaking everything the? Water in there. In the pulse. Making a noise. On top of his chair each shaky. Expedience you didn't like you want to run out. When you run out and the. Is Reading. Then you say my God. Am I going to die while Milwaukee. You there is no place. Oh, safety, if the these re. Moving to and fro like a drunken. The ash show real to and fro like a drunken. And would be removed like. Cotija. Hundred. Under the transfiguration, they are all. Shall Be. Heavy opponent. HOW NEAT Sharon fall. Under notarize again. I got. So, this is going to really be terrible. Things that are going to happen. And like I, said the last societies. These looks like stories by stories. They are not stories. The they are going to happen if you call it in nineteen is real. Then, it is a widow happen. His surreal if we have seen. Yes God is suffering. He's gag mint. Way In some places they were running. Shuttle Blesses Barra did. Now head over us. To be not possible. When these plagues of. Falling. Due to not be possible, confided a dead. Dead bodies would be left. By the Swedish feast. It will be. There will be no time to Bari and it will be too many. To be about it. So Fast Blake. Is Doubtless. Go Back to our chapter revelation sixteen. Where these? Last legs of the routes of God poured out. Because he's in revelation. A. Sixteen. Less to. Fuss to went revelation. Sixteen invest to unimportant doubt is. On the US what happened? And they have failed and noise. Some ingredient soul is all are e- upon their men. which had their mark of the beast? They had it in Michael the beast. Our phone. And up onto them. which Washington DC make. They had the mark. Of the beast. So the first leg is brought out. On those that have become part. Of the eighth ahead. Of the beast. have become the inaugural mint in their mind. They're thinking. The inaugural. With the head of the beast. With the civil power that will be there are two that two time governmental power that will be. There are inaugur amenity ideas, the ideologies the all the norms. In an audio. Description. Of the beast. Here in the Scripture and the book of revelations, if we GONNA, go back a beat. Revelation, thirteen, Sixteen and Seventeen. Hundred causes a bossism all the great rich under four free and bond to receive a monk. Amy Their right to hand all in there for heads. Herndon online might by ourselves save he that had it a monk. Or the name over the beast or the Numba over his name. Now the scrapyard refers to the mark in the fall head knocked. On there for. His a difference there. To refunds for the mark. In there for head. Khandan not. On the forehead. That beast in the right hand. And not on the right hand. In the right hand. The mark of the beast. A. On the India. Right hand is not some kind of. That two. Or computer cheap. Like some ready, just group describe. That to the. Going to put monks in that writer hand, or they are going to put. A computer cheap. Beast is going to put. Michael on top of your right hand. They'll some computer chip in your hand. That would be a mark on the right hand, not in the right hand. or on the four AD. Not. In their forehead. Now in their forehead. Means, this has to do with the thought process. Thought processes or thought patent. It has to do with the day. Mind this thinking. Thoughts deandre standing. In the foyer, it has to do with the understanding. Your thought to Patton. Your thought, process. No explain them all. The mark of the beast in the forehead means. That that individual. Greece with the teachings. Teachings. Niyada. Hundred activities over the eighth ahead of the beast. With the teachings. Agree with the order. He added agree with the activities. Hold the eighth ahead. Of their beast. Hundred Mark. In, the right Hon. Means at the pass only gives. The eighth ahead of the beast. Their right to handle fellowship. For example here in. Relations jumped to. Where we can turn to. Relations A. To. In. Nine. New any games. Cave us. And Joan. Who seemed to be as pursued? Digress that was given unto me. They give to me and the banner best the right hand of fellowship. That, we should go. Today even. Under they. Under the second? Right hand. Nothing means you'll flow. You are great. You are in the fellowship. You'll give them. Agreed to fellowship with them. We agree with what they are doing. You are power with them you. You walk with them. And so back to revelation thirteen. ready was seventeen. Under no man not to buy off sale, said he, that added a monk. All the name. Beast. Or the number obese me. No, Might to buy also what does that to me? This does not refi buying food. Buying groceries or buying mentioned is making. Is that probably you're not by some mentioned is. Unless you have that. You're not buy groceries and less you. Have that Mac. Call you give them the right hand of fellowship. It yes applies to. Preaching the True Gospel you're not preach the true Gospel. You're not be allowed to reach the true Gospel remember. We said he is Sunday they are going to blame you. Save the people they are going to blame the true believe as the calamities that are happening all these. It is a you the seventy people you see you. The born again Ecu people that. He claimed that he had about of cu. Claim that you have the truth all these problems. They're going to point fingers. So. And when they do that Saturday, then they will not allow them to preach the true Gospel. So buying no money by on sale just means. Not being allowed to preach. The True Gospel. provos. Here? Bros to? Explain that. provos twenty. Three. Provost Twenty three and was twenty three. By the truth. By the. Truth truths costly. And Sell it not also waste of money spent on instruction. And understanding. so the True Gospel? Not, be allowed to. Be Preached. So True Religion would be outlawed and prosecuted. Does not speak preaching truth. Don't just preach men's ideas. Men's words. His entity. Joan. I don't know what I. Remember right. Who Preach. Your Wash he's med. A? Void. rain you always UPC new grain. when? You don't. Creech one of God I. Write your worship. These these people doorways. Fifteen. Rosa Eight. Hundred nine. These people drove with Niane to me. We did their mouths. When it comes to singing. They know how to sing. They know how to do it. Not Me with it, L. Leaves. 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Then anyone or office the truth. And that's not a received it. The mark of the beast knees floor Ed or In their right to hand. would be stopped. Arrested jailed. Preaching Truth. Any are going to face prosecution. Rate is going to be. Jailed. Or even matter. Cared. For Preaching Truth for standing for truth. For. Sharing Tooth we that is. So. In Revelation Sixteen or chapter. Go back to eat. where it is these. Rot of God. We're ready, US. One to. Nihar the great voice out, told the temple saying. To the seven angels go your ways on par out. Vials. Wrath over up on the US and they're fast. WINTOUR report out. His vial up on the US. And they have found annoys some. Good, radius soul upon them in. which you had the mark of the beast. We have explained that to now. On the opponent them which wash U.. Z. Mitch. So right here. Faster play. Is brought out. This grevious and the noisy. Some soul is our E. What is this? That is going to be part which is so grievous and noisy son. This is likely to be some type of skin disease. We have suffered from any skin disease and. CINNA, how uncomfortable way. This is likely when we really here in revelation sixteen and was to. Noise, some gravy as noise some soul. Slightly to be some type of skin. Disease Autism Order. Now. That is a judgment that will be terrible. Ted It with the wrath of God's Samsa keen. Disease or this order? Perhaps. A flesh eating bacteria. For we knock you. Can, be found. Flesh eating bacteria on your body. Will have what is so much. We take care. Of Shower. Smith cream. We love our bodies and shoot. That when these supported out on those that have the mark of the beast. He's Guli grievious sent noisome soul. Bob Cities Flesh eating bacteria. for which innocuous. Can Be quickly. Be Found. He's a serious and painful malady. is going to be as serious and painful malady. That is terrible. Facet plague or the wrath of God? Terrible has to do with the skin. And the editor remnant over the Chech- hiding in the wilderness. Is Miraculous Salih sped this affliction all the loonier. To that is good, that's good news. That's wonderful that cigarette. The, Church that is in the wilderness. He's a hiding in new rocks. Will be bad we'll be miraculous pad. Over these friction. That, agree with the beast within that CBO power that will be there then those that are in fellowship. That are accepted. TBT's thinking the ideologies. Of that to see power that we would be. There then. Received these. Teddy Wall Melody. As why spread to salvage God is good to salvage God good to stand for God. So is going to be a contagious. Process. But, he's only doubt. On dolls that have the mark of the beast. When we speak about mark of the beast, you can be mocked by Sutton. By the team of some gentleman sat. He's marked another. Seem your mind Nieto theme Keane. You Out, agree and your accepted. The ideologies of that person. Mark has to do with the thought process the understanding. You agree with that system. You agree with that beast. Piece to annoys. Civil Power. Had that time thinking you? You are in light. When you turn to. Exodus. jumped. Eight, SNOOK at Exodus Eight. Remind ourselves of. What happened when the Children O.? Rien Egypt. Exodus Chapter Eight? Losses. To. Theory. And say. In that today. The land of Goshen. In a my people drill. That norstroms of Lice. Show to be there. To the end. to the, end. Though may is to know. That, I'm allowed in the mid east of the. God. We're going to separate I'm going to make a difference. Between my people that are staying in the land of Goshen. Goshen was part of Egypt that's where they should know Reza what. About, while this rum's of the flies was bothering, the rest of Egypt they use shuns they children these that wine the land of Goshen. It was a different story. When you? And I will put a division. Between my people. UNDESIRED PEOPLE! Tomorrow show this sign be. Spread us to solve God. Where you spare the calamities, things don't happen to you when everybody's crying. Everybody's the cussing everybody complaining. What is happening I don't understand the lease whereas this come from, and then you're going to put the difference between those that are serving him those that are not having him. That will be a teddy wartime today. Those that will be there then that says found God out. Students for God people used to laugh at me. Classmates used to laugh at me because. Neighbors and be added a place of work. They used to laugh at me. Because I'm saying because I'm serving God, but then time comes when the wrath of God. Is being far out and the spat. There is a difference between you. That is sobbing God. Under those. part of me that are not serving God. So. Several of the place, so we get. Did Not Fifty God's people in negotiation. To put a difference. And like scripture says whatever things are what time they were written for our landing that we through patients and the comfortable scriptures we might have hope or to go to D- D then is going to do at that time also. GOES PEOPLE? Would it be spat out to be a difference put? There were not to suffer these. Counties. So. This gret plague will not affect. God's people. In the Wilderness. Where where good student where be hiding, remember showtime over to you at that time. They are hiding in rocks. This. Plague. Will Not touch them. Now we go back to revelation sixteen. Look at this second plague. Over the wrath of God. Second Plague. Rattle good. Revelation Sixteen. Now we look Russ theory. Under sickened. Angel poured out. Is while up on the seat. I need to be came as the blood. Over their demand man. And Ever Ever leaving Saudi died in the seat. Now this second leg? Causes Deceit to town red like blood. This E. To Tom Red. Like blood. New Cut the Mediterranean Sea. Over the Indian Ocean. Read. Blood that will be. Terrible. And this is guest. Play the wrath of God. Help us. To remain true. To remain to faith and four. we are going to continue the. When is this obvious? Who Ellison's still on? Hyper that with this will cause us to appreciate. How our salvation. And Walker hot to keep, PA, vision the. Is Walkout your salvation with fear and trembling. Thank you for listening. God bless you. A? Off the.

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Peace and Joy - live a successful life

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Peace and Joy - live a successful life

"Today it have been subject. The topic. I i had called me into it said evening and i have over at the dumb recording earlier today but i want to to talk about this topic. That this today It is a special day because It is sir about the the nasa when they killed so many us you wish people and In secombe were war and this is something. I have been visiting camp in the late eight. This i visited the camp in germany close to munich in germany The it's Feel like it will be something that i have with a spirit to do about the those you wish in the camp by don't know what it's going to be but the topic was not about the your wish people and are struggling and not topic for today. It is it worse. Rea- incarnation reincarnation. That means that if you don't know that word is means that People die and then they coming back one more time to us and the the hindu religion they believe that that about the karma. If you have not been a nice person here on earth than you are coming back to south thing that some for the have to go through very much struggling painful life could come come back like a lower standard the creature that people treating bad. If you're not a good person in your i life but That that's a christian people. Those that believe in jesus the sees of people they believe that that are the only inclination was jesus when he came back and that seitz and everything that can be over a mother people say they claim that like me the spirit. This is coming back and talk. They say that it's a demonic. But they they only take it like in. The bible says that the knows that are dead. They know don't know anything eight. They caught feel anything they are not. They are dead but by badly snow talking about that because the bay beliefs about the spirit. It's not literally so the dead people is the people that Have no spirit in them. That go walking around here on earth like gonna be working that they don't have any Much emotional novel Emotion can be that they feel sorry for themself the whole time that everything is against them. That's emotional they can feel and they they don't feel happy for another person it's a when they left they left for someone that have hurt themselves or the mistake that landed laugh the negative laugh about. That's that people so that the by Not talking about when we have passed away. The bible is talking about that people in the spirit. And that what they take those diesels people they They believe that. The bible is telling people that i'm dead. They don't know anything. They are dead nothing in their head when they die and the same people believe that we are going back to have them in the same form as we leaving their worth and that is also something a role they talk about because the spirit. I have talked about it many times. And i tell you once again that the spirit have no body attack. No party it is. You can call it like an msci that is Then nature low is the spirit and it can take go into. Look you hear me some taus to make it sound like site that when the coming in this is like i get the shock in breath and they go into my body and talk from in from inside my body so there you have to go if they want to be. Confirm here on earth. They need to place themselves into a body. So that sir also that we have to be careful when we meet people because that person we meet maybe have a spirit that is from god and we have to be what the bible Loving each other even loving a stranger the because we don't know if they if they coming there with a message for us the one day they can be be Not nice to us in whereas in assembly. Certainly you'd think you have experienced that solely yours you coming closer to them these people and they say something that that make sense what they are saying and before they had talking rubbish. The that's because the the spirit have taken place inside them and the god use everyone to give us man search so we should never stress one that liberty in united states in angola bowing to the church on sunday mornings the shelter. They ask me. Why are you going so early to the church that say to me. Look i told them that the every time every time i go to church. I'm meet someone that same year and stop me and want to talk to me and so that half hour. I go earlier. That i need most of the time because i don't want to stress away from a person won't stop and listen to what that person has to say. And sometimes i help people but some terms. I gotta miss search for myself from them so god can use 'em the per some. It could be a homeless person. Not asking for money. The only talking to me when i go to church and and it could be a message for me even if that person does look like he have nothing to offer to give me and then they had because i stop and listen at them. And the rea- reincarnation that's Have talked about it. It's day most of the time they. They calming newt. Here naked rissoli spirit. And i feel the energy from them and then i say that that someone in the in this room and and that the start that i feel i only feel that the areas is full of something else than only air. That's a feeling i get a and that's a lie energy that coming to me and the later on the started to to show who they are. But it's not clear for me it's I see it like it's not. Misty is only that is not the shape this. it's a light picture and most of the time is not a picture of the person. Oh you will have that sunday. They show they show there and then suddenly the that the showing the dresser pants and the it coming not in once. It's coming piece by piece. And i can put together own my own and not because they have the full equipment i do it put together and so i i start to understand who. They are in the in the what time they're all from. They won't meet to know where they are coming from. What time they want to meet to know who they are. And it's not easy for them because it's it's much energy to come through like they do and they need mayan. She also sought the when they going into into Bodey inside me and talk that this very much energy so i close my eyes when they going into to my body. I need that tennessee. That i have for to look at with is i need that and to see inside me the where the spirit theus inside me so i need to go inside me an not. Use my eyes for to look outside because there are inside me so so i only need the inside is and not the outside ice. Capucci complain though. Do you understand three lynch. She says. I order fourth manages swedish. Eight seven talk today about the. Look the krisztian. Jesus lover show. Ch the they were completely they. Now those these lovers they know everything there is nothing they don't know they have answer for everything. And i think you have some of them as a friend because i think it's so fun with them. I think your family. They are really found the both mentally and the s the act. They i like them. I love them. I'd like to hear what they are saying. And the and then shake my head what this what they are talking about and they go this street preacher also that the as their videos how they screaming at the street on the street bother people on the street and they love. Jesus and i am not dying. Read the al take. It's it's pretty from the they can kill you with the bible. They ca- blocked one. Yes the day that had the picture of the bible and them the opening inside the beiber was a weapon a pistol an that. That's true picture of what's going on. The they really kill you because they they tried to convince you tell you that jesus is god walking here and killed on the cross and And we have no god for three days in that time. They don't think like that that they put they didn't they don't put together what what has happened. What it says in the bible the jetsons voice in the harder in hell for three days and the atlantic comeback in god Do that because we need godavari day every second we do need him to protect us to have someone that we can go to for to get help and so we can't afford to let him be out from our life in three days so the is fun when you talk like that and it's like i say often i say that this on people thus they're responsible to know what's what's wrong known Right those people cam screaming in your face going up in your face and screaming. Do you do you love. Jesus jesus is your guard and these things and we that know who god is. It's awesome father us more than they may be. Stopped was for walking to where we should go and they stop them and now in corona time that breasts they have the it can kill us so that a bird. I don't feel them as a threat. Because i know who i am and i know who is mike. God showed eight doesn't matter and these old people responsible to know have a relationship. We got to know who he is. You you you decide if you if you shoes life or death does up to us. We have a free will not. I don't tell that for you will. Because god common took me but most people have a free will and and i i don't i don't need to have a freewheel because i am very very happy for to live. In god's will not my own will so that's okay for me to my own will. I don't tell the free will. Mondays server may be i am the only one or maybe there is some have the same. The tufnel option. We love it. so that's about. The reincarnation is a it has happened. that's i have had to be That have coming back. Niece christ was standing. Have been into my home and talk to me. Sometimes he has coming back. And the god have i not seen. I have seen god when i was in. Have them are see him. But i don't see him when i am here on earth but were i am in the spirit town. Walk into heaven. I can see god will not one i not in the spirit and the area have been some some spirits that have cooled coming through the the dimension that the dimension that we are in they have coming could come through and standing in myrow melted standing in front of me and look exactly like a living person and the your living but a living person here on earth they look like and so there you have come through. So that's if you ask me. If i believe in re reincarnation than i say yes some believe that and i know that a is is rare because those spirits that comment when i record in here those spirit have not code pushed them into our dimension they are in the closest layer as they can reach but they are not so powerful they can can come in and standing in my room they can enter into mobile but they don't show up like a real person in my room and the am i know also that i have been a man i have been Had real inclination a few times and not like every year have been. I was saying I was told of someone that was in the air. And this woman. She say that she asked me to not be angry Or like something is wrong Be sad ornery about what she wanted to tell me. And she told me that i have been a man before in my past life and every time i go back to earth as the man i have been in like a priest. Y'all have been church. Founder and Was special because this woman. She say that. I have been in six hundred in the year. Six hundred i have been a dribbed through it higher priest in in ireland around there in dublin and and the that a game is so much answer who i am because I love iris music. Jonah nano non. Oh no no. No no no no. When irish man are happy. I love that music. I love irish music. And i don't know why macos that belong not to my culture. Not that doesn't belong to sweden. But i have always when. I hear iris. Music afield such show loaning. It's a deep deep down longing for something. When i hear the irish music is not like i. Listen that this more than music on spotify that i have. I've i feel happy for the music. But that don't feel this deep inside me when i hear and and then i have an idea. Ni- you have told me that. I am from the maya indians. The disappeared and the dose music from peru. That one they are playing this pan. Floyd it's also going this deep deep deep deep so i know that i have been there also and the it's i get also that same feeling when the the not to give indians in north america. Those indians do to to to to to do those. That's a that's be very very deep for me. It's in my heart old. Those torri music's Going deep in my heart. And i understood when she said that that i have been a lead in the timing six hundred about the music i heard and so i know that and this time i know also this time when i come back it was that I was okay in the half. Niwas with god. I have done everything right in my past life but i wanted. I wanted to go back to earth and do much more work for god and it was really really really stupid of me to do it because i was not i think god may joe With me he make it even harder for me than i needed to be because he created me. He sent me back as a woman this time. He didn't send me back as a man and a woman. It's been in olympia in the region. That women can't do so much in the church. In religions larry's the whole time sick man man man man that this in the church and Most of that. God have make me be all. I have not have man that the have good health. So since jesus christ was standing in my home in year two thousand heavy not add a man in my life real man that have taken care of men and understand that. I have all these gifts from god that i am special woman and take care of that and push push me through these walls. The obstacles that is in this generation to be a woman and had have worked from god and hearing. That man is telling me that god is not talking to women stint today. They say that like that. We live in their lowest days when gardez saying in the bible that he pour out his spirit over on people that have nothing with men to do with have with living creature because he can't use syndrome and they can use animals to give a smash mass search or push us to own the direction that he got one us to go to and So that's very sad. That the man of today is the obstacle for god to give message to the world. And it's i think it now today. When night i sit here knife feel very comfortable. I can do things for god anyway. Even if i m stop oh man i think is fun i i left or later in Because i think it was really really smart intelligent but you now got is no from from the first breath we take the last breath we take here on earth that he knows where we are going so my life is not over yet so there can be some things that happen. That the man Start to be humble and not stop to beef. That man does the stop to be so proud and and hold back women so it can happen. That's what god is doing. Yes now when he sending out this virus and today they are scared they hold him back the vaccine today in january twenty twenty one the holding back vaccine because they want to put in extra things in the vaccine because they waiting for a ria. Moh -tated of maxine and in In denmark they have killed all them mink. The animals are and they are going to do that. The in sweden also they go into forbid those farmer for the The that give those alexi coats they are going to stop and the millions of of men have been killed in denmark because they can't sprayed motivation virus to people and the end. That's what they are doing just now and they had told that the one of this vaccine is not to give to two people that this older than sixty five can't kill them and some people have been killed. So that's what god is doing. They he he takes away because when people start to have fear when they are be scared then the showing the real face and the most mostly is said that the fear create the that the devil to come out. He he do this just now for to bring out the devil in the light that was going on. Just snow is We should not look at look at the virus the virus. It's a tool for god to help us to understand to bring because we can see the devil in those people that was cool and calm in that time before we had the virus and now they they going they are in and their people is come in the doesn't come to them so much with money they they are fear for the life when it comes not only for the virus that the runoff from money and the the have to leave their home and those things that sorts we see today and like for myself i am. I'm very comfort. I have find a way to talk to you. I have find a way to talk to the word and the and now it's standing woman here. A spirit i told you from the beginning that Has something with the you wish people to do a little woman is here. She's not not a big woman. She's a small one but she sold and she she wants to say something and the she have no fancy clothes. She is a suffering woman. she has suffering by much. She was showing that with her clothes. She had like sack clothes. It's sounds in that only to to not show that she's nude now. She is calling me. She said that her name was because they have no maine. have other. she That she's the dorothy like that. Maybe not exactly that name but the like doris. The name should say that too. They were very wealthy. They live like gin in the cost of a mansion and And the that's when the war was coming and they try to escape in but not not run away from the home and the processions the dose things they love so much or this beautiful golden. She marine thanks. They had in their home and their lara big mansion in the city. And the try to to flirt with analysis than the they could by themself piece for a short time but that they they didn't fight for the life freely. They fight for the possession for the wealth. She no know that that this note important. That will though have the this that people can look at. You can see like it's not only success because it. She said that she was born into this wealth and it was not success for her but the one that started the worth it was a success to show how much sex successful he was by by buying many expensive things and she said the they come from russia with a wealth. And the coming. They moved to poland to to this mansion. The cost like place and the they were thief's from the beginning and they built up so that people could see their success there they could go to all those Expensive parties that was going on for for those people that have wealth. And that's like it. Look on earth. There is so very much to be seen to show up. That is like some of success in money when new can have success in in your life but still be poor and you can still have success because success is the same as have peace in your life. That's god's success is when oppose certain wherever that person are wherever you. You've been loan where you grew up in the where you you you leave your life. Even in a prison gim soland solo. Not that they won miss crazy soul but those that was in jail jalen and they started to prayer and seeing and have peace. They have joy where they were even if they were in prison and god so it. He's so that they success even if they were in terrible condition with a with a sitting in the yaalon have those soilders watching over them what they are doing and eating the only electoral crap food but steely they decided their mindsets should be to have joy and peace where they were so. The thorough sing was firing talking to god that they were okay today. Thank thank god that little sold didn't kill them and those things and god her her so it and he'll open a prison for them. He broke down the walls and the soldiers that have seen everything the sold so that they're worrying peace and were singing in even if they they didn't know if they should leave if they could be killed a second they still singing and praying to god the focus on god and the the dat Gave them peace and everything. It was joy in those the moment they were singing. And everyone is so that the the world source broken down and those people that system prayer and singing. They didn't run away. They sit state was sitting there even if they were free to go so that sold a he he is so into the their mind mindset so he go go to the nam and wanted to join them. He threw away everything he had a sober and he wanted to have that piece inside him more. So so that's what she talking about that The delay could have peace with all the money they had. But one day they People thought it was. We don't want their money. We don't want anything from them anymore. We want them going into the camp with all the other jewish people so so the the money didn't tell them that's what she coming in. Tell us that the wealth had nothing with the circus stems. What's his around them. They could them to protect themselves from. What's what's on the outside and Value i was there in that show. That show is a. It was the second biggest camp for the nazis and it was Close to munich and the go in there and so it's was so should be a camp for three hundred people than in the hand of the camp at they have taken the in the three thousand people so it was full of people there and i saw where they were laying and then i saw some picture i i had once year. Who witness in my home. And i have. We have just coming back from germany and at told her about what the has so win the camp and it was a terrible set of picture how they test thing song on newish people on there was a man that they have hanging up at in the room and then they play sounds for him so they they were out test health. How much can a person take of the sounds loudly. Loudly sounds and the first picture. He only have much pain in his ears and then it started to come blood out from the years it come more and more blood on them. He died hanging there who died that they have taken picture of this man to have a test so i told that to this. Who witness gerland. She she fall on on floor. Lower the air and say to her friend. These girls suddenly of about twenty years. Old and i say is she. Is she pregnant or is it something with a blood to do as say to her friend. You know that y'all are weakness with a blood is something you don't talk about to to you of a witness because they don't believe in the blob. They don't believe in the blood of jesus it's a they believe in a lot of jesus because they don't want to take away the blood from the body they don't accept surgery because Then the blood is running out from the body and the they today they can take an like fake blood into the ball deer when they do surgery but before they they didn't do surgery yoga with us and So that's was so very very wrong for me. But i was not thinking about that when i say that. This is something with her blood do the that she four on the floor suddenly so it was. I was thinking. Why did people see it. Those people why. Why don't they do anything against this with a camp and i. It was far out from the city. It was far away outed norway no way and the people sometimes they they say that We could feel the smell sometimes from the camp and that's the only thing wandering what's going on in that camp and so picture of them all of those men they didn't have any and the tracks and they the there was snow horses. They use man to to pull the the way guten. The had the demand like horses in front of the way on with a heavy things there and under those men the was like courses. They feed them when they were very powerful in their body very. Musk gross so they were fed the very rarely in the camp so that they don't didn't go hungry and that's i understand that when they come on on the streets pulling their way guns and the the people so how wealthy how healthy they look like then i than i can understand why they didn't wondering what's going on in those caps and as so the dow will the devotees very small. Both he can talk very well. I was talking about this with a nasty. But they trick them with a smooth talking and the always have something to say when they people wondering and the sale with something beautiful of their camp so auto by mark height. That was safe search in the camp work. Give you freedom. That's what people were thinking that. The was helping to build up the industry in germany and they got food and and could live there in the camp from because they are working so the people they don't you don't really understood what was behind this outer bite multiply height. Don't down this stood. And i don't blame people about that too german people but the one i was with my daughter's father. He loved to come to drive to germany because he he was very good in to speak german so he loved to be there and the one time with sitter. We see the and drinking something In that time i was drinking. Show take champagne chopin. Those sparking y in the sorts they had because it was russian Cheap wine. And i drink that then and my daughter's was father drink beer and the their command. That was blonde and and blue eyes and he sits with us and he never looked at me. He didn't look at me he look it. My daughter's father that had loan is blonde and blue eyes and the he said to him in german. of course i know german. I can't speak german or legal and He said that you have you. Have you have blonde hair like me. you have blue eyes like me and and he wanted to he by a beer for for my daughter's father the ignore me to talk total as i'm dark note blonde and the so i could experience that in in germany sometimes because i was thinking when he sits there i was thinking that the german man. You don't know where you're coming from. You don't know where you're coming from you may be are a- project from the nazi because he was in that age that he could have been born in the in the second world war and and they have women that look aric that there were blown them lou eyes and the solters that was blown them blue eyes. They had sex with swimming. They have like that was also a house. A place where they have those women and they were only there for to give birth to two children. That had lewis. I'm blonde that's was the the race hip hitler wanted to have. That was the best and you know how hit look like. Let's amazing that he could think like that when he by himself up brom green eyes and dark brown hair. He has the same color. Like me. And i was not separated with those that look at people in that way on the already Showered the no-ties me as being not a perfect baby because it was so in my my call but my brother that that have he is the and he a blue grey ice and he was perfect. So we don't want that time back and that's a say i have to go now. She say to make so that she's going now she she'd she wanted only to tell us about this that about the money that that that didn't keep them she was. She died in the camp and the Family everyone that the those golden things in their home Costs like houses of the old. They were not protected of the money. They were not protected of the earthly success. And you know that the bible's telling us that we should make that treasure in heaven the treasurer on earth. Say that you can be in success. Even if you don't have so much money you if you have your mind. Set to focus on garden focused on your life and not look at other people but they have or what they don't have in life. You can be peace in your own life that they success to could sing when the storm is around you and all those people screaming irony in panic and you sit there and you're saying because you you have a relationship with god and you focus on garden you know that that's the most important the god father in heaven garden So that's what i want to teach you about. This stinks with matter. And what how to come. Closer to god in your life because i will want own people to live. I don't want you to die in in the literally or die in your spirit. I want you to live. And i love you and god loves you signed for listen.

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