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The Unfair Attacks on Josh Hawley Have Nothing to Do With January 6
"Re opt to my. Comment on Saturday that this is unintentionally quite revealing. It's a Tim Graham of media busters clip of Stephen Colbert and Chris Hayes talking to each other. Demonstrating the ill effects of the blue bubble on people without legal or training legal training or knowledge of history. I mean, they are living in a blue bubble where they hear one thing and one thing only which is the one 6th committee is a great success. It's not. Got low viewership as national events go. And it's not changed any minds to any significant degree. And it deeply unfair and the American people know it's deeply unfair. And that deep unfairness was best demonstrated by the sideswipe of Josh hawley, who has got nothing to do with what Trump did or didn't do on January 6th, the former president's conduct allegedly the point of the hearing on Thursday night, but they began with a clip of Mitch McConnell to run him over and they ended with one of Josh hawley to shame him and my hypocrite, nonsense, by the way, for mobs coming at you on the other way did not call on people to take over the capitol. Just pure two minutes of hate, George Orwell stuff, if you've read 1984. But I genuinely don't think that Chris Hayes and Stephen Colbert have any idea what they're saying.
Sebastian and Marc Morano Discuss Little Greta Thunberg
"Mark murano author of the great reset. Welcome back to America first. Thank you, Sebastian. Happy to be here. All right, we have so much to discuss, especially with regards to a certain article from the United Nations. You sent me last week that very rapidly soon after you discovered it was memory hold like something out of George Orwell's 1984. But let me start at the beginning. What's happened to little Greta Thunberg, she was such the darling of the western elites, even when she, what was that thing she did with a yacht she crossed the Atlantic and then flew back or her team flew back on carbon emitting jets. She kind of disappeared or she still out there wagging her finger at us. Well, she's still around. And yeah, this is a reminder. She said she was in, I guess, America. And she said, I have to get to over to Europe. How am I going to do this? And someone said, how do you know there's an invention about the Wright brothers came up with an airplane? You might try that. But of course, you said she couldn't. So she came up with a fossil fuel made yacht with a whole crew that ended up flying back and forth to man the lot. Yeah, so it was a massive virtue signal of nonsense, but there she was on the yacht trying to avoid the airplane to send her statement to the world that she wasn't going to embrace a modern airplane because it was too evil to the planet. The clips you showed were actually from the summit I attended last fall in Scotland, it was at the United Nations climate summit. And she actually, we support, I supported gretta's comments. She was calling the United Nations process blah blah blah. In other words, what we did face a climate catastrophe and we had to rely on the UN to save us. We'd all be doomed 'cause all they wouldn't do is impose socialism and authoritarian and as a modest. Of course, she actually hurt critique of the UN and the EU and the World Economic Forum. They don't go far enough. So she's out there, but we do support her message that these are illegitimate and fraudulent institutions who don't appear to be what they say they
Blake Masters: The DOJ, FBI, & Others Want to Criminalize Dissent
"Here The DHS is talking about now A DHS domestic terrorism unit Now of course everybody's against domestic terrorism You know how they always use these labels to make sure you can't speak out against what they're really trying to do But this kind of stuff worries me I mean the government especially over the past 5 years as a history of abuse of power whether it was a spy gay case against Donald Trump the attack on school board parents by the FBI as domestic terrorists recently they're tarring of pro lifers indicating there could be a big danger from pro lifers which is nonsensical You know Blake this kind of stuff worries me We've really got to get a hold over these law enforcement agencies The FBI DoJ and DHS were the management in many cases there seems to have lost its way I think that's right I think the DoJ FBI DHS they've been completely weaponized basically It's no longer about the rule of law The Democrats are just using these agencies as their auxiliary arms They're enforcement arms And they literally think that Republicans are all terrorists Dan But they want to criminalize dissent from their agenda And you saw how it happened Look you had in Buffalo this last weekend You know you have this crazy deranged murderer Okay and I've been public Obviously condemn all murder that mass shooting That guy should be tried and convicted and executed pronto But you had the Rolling Stone you had media mainstream media saying oh that guy was a mainstream Republican No he wasn't He wasn't and they just want to lump us all in they want a criminalize us and they want to outlaw dissent This is straight out of George Orwell's 1984
Charlie's Top 5 Reading Recommendations for You
"Someone says Charlie, do you have a reading list or all the dystopian writings that Charlie Kirk mentioned the podcast? One is Orwell's 1984, read this already as required in schools in many years ago. Yes, I recommend rereading it. Okay, yes. So there are 5 dystopian authors, all of whom were somewhat contemporaries of one another. You've heard of all of them, probably one you probably haven't heard of. They're all worth just refreshing as Christians, I encourage us to pursue whatever is true. And I think these 5 books will bless you about what really drives the tyrant. What happens when the tyrant meets technology and how technology brings out the worst impulses of our human condition. So the 5 books, of course, the first is George Orwell's 1984. The second is C. S. Lewis screwtape letters. You can read that alongside mere Christianity, which was actually first delivered as radio broadcast during the German blitz in the early 1940s, late 1930s, through the British broadcast corporation. The third is Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, which is a terrific book and addresses a lot of what we're living through when pleasure becomes the ultimate goal of a society. The fourth book is a lesser known one by Winston Churchill and is only novel. It's called savrola. I've actually not read it, but I'm familiar with it. I took a course by doctor Larry arn from hillsdale college on Churchill, and he talked about it. So that's the fourth. And then the 5th is probably the least known of all 5. And in fact, I plan to finish this book. I started it, but I got little distracted during my mini sabbatical coming up in a couple of weeks here. It's called darkness at noon by Arthur koestler, which is a terrific book. And so I've been finished it yet. So those are the 5 books Arthur koestler was a dissident. And producer Connor says I would include the fountainhead in there as neoliberal dystopian.
Totalitarianism: How Do You Make a Lie Seem Like a Truth?
"How do you make a lie seem like the truth? What is necessary for a totalitarian regime to exist? Well, when you study totalitarianism, it's very clear that it's not just tanks in the streets or mass surveillance, but instead it's the totalitarian control of the mind. There were 5 authors in the late 1940s and 1950s that were pioneers on the topic of totalitarianism. C. S. Lewis, of course, with the screwtape letters and lesser known for this category, but better known in general mere Christianity, which actually started as radio broadcast during the blitz of London. Aldous Huxley, who wrote Brave New World, probably one of the most important books that anyone can read to understand the sexual anarchy that we are living through today. And why due to totalitarians and dictators need to decay sexual norms to be able to have monopolistic control over a civilization. George Orwell would be the third, of course, 1984, animal farm. We talk, we talk often here about 1984 about how one of my favorite lines from 1984 is when Orwell says the best way to keep a secret from the government is you must first keep the secret from yourself. The fourth is a lesser known author that we really should talk more about Arthur koestler, who wrote a book called darkness at noon, all about the Soviet show trials and how people who are completely innocent were killed in a public display. And the 5th author, of course, was Winston Churchill, author of over 50 books and talked a lot about totalitarianism. Churchill, in particular, was very worried about how technology unrestrained from human virtue. Could not just result in tyranny, but would automatically result in tyranny. Churchill argued that technology was more than a tool. He witnessed this in the Darvish region where he saw very courageous people going into the battlefield and just being mowed down by machine guns and he realized that war has changed and technology can bring out the worst in people.
Sean Davis: Like Neil Young, the Marxists Love Censorship
"Anymore You know and one of the arguments I find coming from the other side we're talking to Sean Davis from the federalists that it's comical is they're so uncomfortable with the label censorship which is odd John I mean this is clearly a censorship argument when Neil Young is doing and others in Google They're trying to censor people Now whether it's a First Amendment issue is a completely different story If it was done at the behest of government then yeah there could be a First Amendment issue but they are free market companies And if they want to throw their business out the window we're going to create alternatives to it But Neil Young let's be crystal clear Sean he wasn't saying I don't want to do business with Spotify 'cause I don't like their business are they treat me He said I don't want to do business with Spotify If you don't censor someone else and he's trying to pay himself out to be some kind of freedom fighter Just admit you're a sensor stop being a clown you know It's so ridiculous And it's the same thing with these commies and these marxists They can never be honest about anything They have to lie about everything The big example from 1984 by George Orwell's they swear that two plus two equals 5 But they lie about everything And so much of their speech control and their speech policing It's so obviously censorious I was talking to a friend the other day I think conspiracy theories are incredibly entertaining So I'm always on the lookout for new ones that are new things The more ridiculous the better And I told this friend that the stereo shared with me and I Googled it and the first result was an AP fact check saying that it was false And my immediate thought was oh it's got to be true then It has to be true Because what these people have done is when they say misinformation or disinformation that word actually means thing that's true that's inconvenient to the regime's
What is Group-Think?
"What is group. Think i hear a lot of people asking what exactly that is on social media and all over the place people are wondering we will go to the dictionary for a rough definition before we get deep into what group inc really is. Well the merriam webster. Online dictionary defined group think as a pattern of thought characterized by self-deception forced manufacturing of consent and conformity to group values and ethics. Well that gives us kind of a definition but we want more. If the definition isn't enough i can always direct individuals to the book. Nineteen eighty four by george orwell for a perfect example but not everybody has a time or energy to sit and read nineteen eighty-four a book that was written with complete clarity and realism in nineteen forty eight. How did george orwell know that we would be facing a time in the future when group think would be a real concern. Well because groupthink has been around forever well really a long time and the united states since about nineteen thirty and last week's episode. I mentioned that people are tribal and love to be in groups and that's so true people of all races nationalities experiences and different environments. Feel at home with their like minded counterparts. There is no doubt and by the way. There's nothing wrong with that. There are the obvious groups such as demographics due to race color national origin these are groups that are instilled as reminders of cultural values and norms of that set of people. And that's a great thing. These groups have become more prevalent in the last decade or so. These groups have staying power because race isn't going anywhere. And how about the many many other groups there have been political groups republican democrat groups but also the green party the national socialist democratic party. And so much
Totalitarian Society and the Freedoms We Have
"Know we here. In the united states are fortunate. This is after all the best country in the world. No doubt if that wasn't true. Would there be so many people wanting to immigrate to this country our freedoms that we all take for granted are not freely given and some other countries. It's a sad truth. But what if there was a shift and our government system. What if we had a total change and our rights freedoms and liberties. Just what if what if we suddenly found that we couldn't have some of our basic freedoms to what we want to do. Go where we want to go. This does happen and parts of the world. Know this foreshore. Our freedoms are not the same in any other country. We are truly unique and extremely lucky. We know here. In the united states we have constitutional rights that allow us personal freedoms and liberties. And that's great. We count on those freedoms and liberties that were written about so many years ago. The constitution protects us. And that's what makes america so great. We trust our society culture and our government. We grew up with because it's never failed us in the past right. Some of these are new situations that we must deal with daily as new laws regulations mandates within our own government happen. Yes some americans fail to notice. We have some far extreme regulations and our government says it's for our own good if we complain but we in america love our freedom making choices and we've gotten used to the freedoms we have after all we have a long history of freedom and liberty and so we find individuals talking about and pointing to george orwell's book nineteen eighty-four when referencing any new change in our regulations or government system.
Peter Schweizer Explains Why Media Won't Investigate Joe Biden Allegations
"Read has said Look. All this investigation involving, uh, Andrew Cuomo. His resignation. How come there's not a real investigation into Joe Biden? And what I say he did to me in 1993. And what she says he did to her is worse than anything quote was accused of. He's accused of, in essence, what falls within the definition of rape. Mark. It brings to mind George Orwell's animal Farm. Some animals are more equal than others. Some women are apparently more equal than others. And remember, even in the case of Andrew Cuomo. The media tended to sort of dismiss. A lot of the allegations is only when the attorney general of the state of New York who is a liberal Democrat. Decided to investigate it and put her imprimatur on it that suddenly they gave real weight to these allegations. Um, so it's exactly right. I mean, she is right to be frustrated. She's right to be angry, and we do not have you talked about this before you've written about it, Mark. We do not have an independent mainstream media anymore. That is trying to hold people in power in check. That's the role of the media. They certainly tried to do that in space with Donald Trump. I would say in ways that were wildly inaccurate and wrong. That they are doing exactly the opposite with Joe Biden, and it does not serve our country well at all, she says. My heart is with the brave
The Link Between Cancel Culture and Supremacy
"Okay evan so you were making a point about the democratic party and the nazis and it's hard for me to believe that this is happening in america it's disturbing but finish your point you're making it is it is beyond disturbing it actually looking back and say this is something else that george orwell recognized. Is that look all of these cultures. All supremacist movements are cancelled cultures. Nazism was cancelled culture. Stalin was a cancelled culture. Maoism was cancelled. Cultures lamaism is a cancelled bolger. The only difference. Is that the technologies available to the nazis to to missed scotland's to the maoists were primitive. They didn't have the technology that we have today which is exactly what was warning about so they can accomplish the same ends. Using far less bloody and far less obvious means so for example. You know why hitler put the jews into ghettos. It was to remove their voice for the community so that they could not counter the lies of the narrative of the narrative of supremacists with their humanity. Well that's i am now right now as we speak in on. my voice has been removed from twitter permanently. I cannot account the lies that are on twitter humanity. I am sitting right now. In in sucker bruce gulag serving the same purposes the golan to remove by voice from the community so the fact that they don't have to build dr towers they want to build railroad tracks. They looked to build logs. Man mental institutions. Those are just a primitive technologies that were available to those earlier cancelled. Colts lesser burgum courses. Jewish at you. Evan said are. It's tremendously ironic. Isn't it that we have people unaware of what they're doing. I mean the idea that your fellow jew is employing the same tactics that the national socialist did accept more effectively. It's it's horrifying thing to think
Comedian Evan Sayet on How Much of Society Are Active Members of a Supremacy
"How many people buy into this in a society is right now it seems like the the people on the woke side They've had the upper hand in the culture but there aren't that many people. I don't think you really think this way somehow. They're able to manipulate things so that they seem like they're in the majority in in every supremacists Across the board from nazism marxism islamicism woke is on every supremacist movement. Only about five to ten percent of the population or actual active activist members of any of these movements right in in in making forty four in germany. Only about ten percent of the german people were actual active activist members of the nazi party in the previous democratic party supremacist movement. You'll south only about five to ten percent of the democrats were actual active activist members of the plan. It's estimated around the globe today only about five. Maybe ten percent of the muslims around the globe are active in activists. she haden's members of jihadi movement. The problem is not the five of the ten percent. It's the other ninety five or ninety percent who have been so fully steeped in so wholly surrounded by and so poorly denied the opportunity to even another point of view. That the ludicrous. The ludicrous narratives. He come nothing other than the gibbons and this is something that that the george orwell into that in one thousand nine hundred four when he had negating obviously absurd slogans as big brother. Slogans war is peace slants the opposite of peace. Ignorance is strength. no it's not the opposite of strength freedom is slavery no it's not at but when you've been so fully surrounded by you will believe the opposite of the
The Truth and The "Big Lie" - Know What You're Being Told
"What is the difference between the truth and a lie. We all know that right. Most of us were talked by our parents and teachers are friends and relatives to tell the truth when we are young and so for the most part. We did what we were told. But have you heard of quote unquote the big lie here. We have a definition in wikipedia of the big lie. The big lie is a gross distortion and misrepresentation of the truth used especially as a propaganda technique on the show truth over news. I found that the term the big lie was utilized in the book. Nineteen eighty-four an overarching strategy to turn the truth upside down. And if you haven't read the book. Nineteen eighty four by george orwell high recommend highly examples of this are wars peace freedom is slavery and ignorance is slavery controlling the flow of information would be a recent example of the big lie in hitler's book. Mein kampf my struggle. He originates the idea of the big lie quote. The most brilliant propagandist technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is born in mind constantly and with unflagging attention. It must confine itself to a few points and repeat them over and over persistent to the first and most important requirement in quote so we know from this book that for the big lie to work we need repetition and what happens over time hearing that big lie again and again we start to believe the lie to be the truth on the metro dot. Co dot uk website. I've found this about the big lie. The big lie is also termed the illusory truth effect. It is the idea that if you repeat something often enough people will slowly start to believe it's true. A new study has revealed that the illusory truth effect or the big lie is much stronger than we imagined because it turns out that. Even if a person has prior knowledge disproving ally. They're being told they'll still believe the lie. If it's repeated enough
George Packer on Our Divided America
"Packer returns to the podcast with his new book. Last best hope. America in crisis and renewal. He was here of course for his previous book. Our man richard holbrook and the end of the american century and is the author of many books including the national book award winner the unwinding an inner history of the new america. The assassin skate. America and iraq blood of the liberals the waiting and towards. Welcome back to the podcast so good to be with you pamela. So this is an interesting book. A short book for you. You say in the book that you modeled this political pamphlets often written during periods of crisis. Can you talk a little bit about that tradition and why you chose to do that with this particular book. Well i love pamphlets. they're short. They're usually intense and urgent because they're responding to a crisis in a certain moment but if they're well done. They lost their books that you wanna read decades. Later some examples are common sense by thomas paine democratic vistas by walt whitman. Which influenced me in this book. Walter lippmann drift and mastery and george. Orwell's the line in the unicorn written during the blitz in in london in world war two. I was trapped like so many people by the pandemic. I couldn't move around report much. But i had a head full of ideas. I had lots of things going on in my head. And i thought the best way to use this time is to write a short book. While i'm quarantined that tries to figure out what i'm thinking and what i have to say about the moment that were ended so the the pamphlet form seemed like the right one for the circumstances that we were all facing
"george orwell" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast
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"george orwell" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast
"Being filmed williams. It's episode wrath hiding roughness by brushing my head anyway Say if we have some little mini breaks in. This is because we one of wave a william and all have out Joe so we've taken a break and we'll we'll be back so bear with us anyway. The question to die William teased up just now. Some tone in yubari think knee breeze boxer box not too far from oxford South south england softening. This question is Semi long one so it would go. Environmental campaign seemed to be easily dismissed is localized us on not a national thing especially here in the uk but that seen the world over attacked us by governments the world. Most environmental campaigns are fighting the same issues on as long as the public perception of these The local issues. It will always be a david and goliath scenario. Campaigners are often amateurs with few resources with the government developers cetera. Their opponents having huge resources and while pipe barristers on a rig system in their favor politicians often downplay protests as localized issues and lazy suppressed an oath press journalism or save in the devoid and conquer strategy. Used to keep the public under control. It's in the politicians fiber to forewarn communities what will be happening to them in the future regarding the climate crisis by revealing in the media. What's happening to other communities. But when the truth creeps out in social media leaders dismissed those posts on social media staged miss and misrepresentation on one sided or seems locked. George orwell's book nineteen ninety four to me. Isn't it time all small local campaigns pool their resources knowledge and skills becoming straw stronger false more professional and more resilient against the repression the leaders readily distribute another listener is pain his flag to the mass william. Absolutely yeah yeah. When i was watching out 'cause record these i talked verbatim pretty much reading that along as as you were saying. A couple of things really is it. That swallow campaigns are small because they are local and the only people that are going to be involved in them other those are going to be directly oilfield. they're going to be directly affected. Now i agree with the idea of a with the the concept of the idea of having the smaller groups getting together and become a stronger force but without actually be the outcome of getting the smaller groups together because these smaller groups are still a your words here tony. Amateurs say people. I just maybe not might not be the right word here. They're just people who are outside of are doing it for not making money out it. They're doing outside of their own that during the time and that means that they only have a limited about resources will these small groups together would not cause even more chaos potentially because you've got lots of conflicting views and arguments because some people just because they are they they just because they ask more local campaigners on the campaign for certain things does not mean that all agree with each other. You'll end up. You could end up with more with more chaos with that for now outta but i think Well tony is actually insinuating. Using the word amateur is maybe less experienced than the capsules. Brian and things. I think that's maybe all your so we go. You are raising a good point william I if local groups get together that there's more people to argue with disagree with The the the local field is lost..
"george orwell" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast
"Local campaigns pool their resources knowledge and skills to become a stronger force and more professional and then more resilient against repression. I mean. that's really what we're going to be discussing today. The people's countryside environment by podcast. With be william. I'm one of the co hosts. Hello good to have you on board on board here. A photographer and do a weekly live show on my shot at angle channel which is about my facebook page which is about creativity photography and all that type of thing alongside the other this phone. Call all this zoom call. I should say is my co host as always what do you do. What's your star sign. Do you like I'm still not bothered about jaffa cakes. Take him or leave him I'm the presenter of this. Podcast on My job is making nights be proves life in the hope that it will make them want to protect that This podcast we. We approached the will scale issues trying to give them a local field and we aim to challenge beliefs mowing sets and habits. William we talk about nightshift philosophy. He even condition sustainability. A whole range of things are sent of the diocese to how those those topics that we don't even consider haven't even considered it because they make they pop up in natural conversation are sometimes are sometimes mode the most impactful in the most important because it is awesome. We've considered it but the only way we've been able to get it's up to have this discussion. How this this talk about this issue. Our opinionated we like to think of ourselves is just having a good conversation about the topic in front of us and these conversations need having say that they need having not enough people explore them. I probably explore them whether she learned something new. And maybe you connect with others of similar viewpoint and similar warriors anyway. Let's put this point is well the need self to a feeling feeling our best moments you know. Well i had my first job at the league. And i'm just i sub reaction to it Nothing major but neither of us are feeling one hundred percent but we're still have was still debating the big issues we're still talking about discussing these questions Because we want to be friendly voice in your ear. Even women feel best. I'm glad this one isn't.
Social Media Giants Hit Back, Sue Florida Over Anti-Censorship Bill
"Republican run to Santa signed a bill into law last week, doling out big fines to social media companies that censor content or band politicians were candidates for office. Now, two groups representing social media companies are suing one of them. That choice is a lobbying firm that represents giants, Twitter and Facebook. They claim the law violates the First Amendment to Santa's compared Big Tech to Big Brother and the George Orwell novel Night. 94 when he signed the bill, he says Internet companies are century post that don't fit with their ideology. Tom Angotti, Fox News 5 52.
News Corp to Buy Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's Consumer-Publishing Arm
"In London. Simon I in Fox News major publishing business has been sold. News Corp is buying Houghton Mifflin Hardcourts Consumer publishing business That's paying $349 Million Dhmh unit includes the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Martha Stewart titles and the Carmen San Diego books. It also publishes George Orwell. Philip Roth and its Children's books also include the little blue truck, Curious George And the Polar Express. The sale will help hoping to pay down debt and focus on its digital first education strategy.
News Corp. buys Houghton Mifflin Harcourt books division
"An agreement to purchase the consumer arm of educational publisher Houghton Mifflin Hard court, which would mark the media companies second deal in less than a week. Deal without a portfolio of high profile novels. Monsters such as George Orwell, Philip Roth and J. R. Are talking to News Corp's Harken Paul HarperCollins Publishers division. The deal indicates that News Corp. Which in addition to Harper, Collins, owns Wall Street Journal and Market Watch publisher Dow
Clearview AI's face database violates privacy, lawsuit claims
"There are greater concerns. And i have been Naive about this and this. This really opened my eyes. According to the lawsuit clearview has provided thousands of governments government agencies and private entities access routes. I said governments plural. Not not just the united states federal government or state government. We're talking about governments around. The world came. Clearview has provided thousands of government government agencies and private entities access to its database which they can use to identify people with dissident views monitor their associations and track their speech. Big brothers here folks. Nineteen eighty-four george orwell and all that big brother is here except that they're not making a hard and fast rules in terms of where you can go and who you can talk to and what you can see and say yet. Lawsuits had clearview scrapes dozens of internet sites. This'll get your attention. Right like facebook and twitter and google and then mo. What does that mean scraping the site. Well they gather facial pictures. It involves the use of computer programs to automatically scan and copy data which according to the lawsuit is analyzed by clearview ai to identify individual biometrics such as ice shape and size that's put into a face print database that clients can use to identify people and You know we've just to appoint and you say well. Okay so they can you know if they're looking for a criminal somebody who's wanted for heinous crimes. They can catch them before they can escape from the airport. Because we've got all these cameras that can identify these people and that's good but it also means you can't just disappear if you want to. You can't and you may say well. Why would i want to do that. I don't know but just a little. Bit creepy
"george orwell" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"To have you. It's the weekend with Joe PAGs 105 01 70 88 Good long in depth interview with Rudy Giuliani coming up in the bottom of the hour. Make sure you stick around for that. And always glad to have you guys take part as well. In fact, let's go back to the phone lines. Tim is in Louisiana. I 10 What's going on? This is Tim and three court. What your face closer to the phone if you can. Look at your face closer to the phone. Okay. Uh, welcome to George Orwell's Nightmare novel 1984 Coming true. They're making Donald Trump look up the balls character, Emanuel ghosting. They are department. Justice is acting like the thought. Police. You got people who did. They would love to Vape arrive and make up in the non persons and they're trying to control thought and memory and the so called Ministry of Truth, the news media Is doing nothing but lying, falsifying records, and they're just trying to bring in a totalitarian government. And they're trying, and Roger said the Democrat Party is more like the inner party of George Orwell's 1984. We agree Like I said, Uh, I'm thinking about buying a dozen T shirts with the expression. George Orwell's Nightmare of novel was not and how to instruction manual. But this is ridiculous. Everybody should get a hold that book. I should read it once or twice over, and I'm ready to nearly six times over and this is a mess. Have you ever read the book? I've seen the movie. I believe. I know the premise. Obviously, I mean, clearly we're living. We're living in George Orwell's 1984. I I agree with you, and I appreciate you. Thank you Had a Louisiana fella. He was out of breath. I feel like I wanted to give him a break to catch his breath. I think that we've caught him off guard by taking him on the air. But very good point. It is or William without a doubt. Without a doubt. That's what it is this that we're living in a society where you've got people who want to control your thoughts. I want to control your values. They want to control what you say. And if you agree with them you're in. If you don't, you're out. That's really where we are back at it. It's gonna be lying, too. And Brian and Washington Hi, Brian would talk to me What's happening? Hey, I just got a good point on the legislative body you were talking about my point was, you know they should have. We all knew that that voter fraud was coming six months before the election. And the legislators should have stood up before the election. Not afterwards. The horse was kind of out of the bar now, and they're not gonna do anything. And my my other point is what? What? Well, let me stop you. You're absolutely right about that. The state legislatures as soon as the executive orders came down as soon as the changes happen from the secretaries of state, they should have challenged them immediately. They didn't They are wishy washy. They have no backbone God. Exactly on my other point, a little little bit off in different topic by talking about domestic terrorism while I live in Washington state and post the Oregon and then people runs wild and in this state and in Oregon, and I haven't heard one word of the fighting administration taking any action at him at all. Because Biden call's antifa an idea. He doesn't act like it's a real thing. He calls in an idea. The left wants us to think that Seattle wasn't under siege at the chopper. Chazz. They wanted to believe that Portland is under siege every single day where people are just they're.
"george orwell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"It is, you must conform, And that's the thing that Leftists loss over they ignore and Republicans haven't done enough. The highlight. It is absolute uniformity of thought it is group think it is conformity that they demand It's kind of funny because they always tell themselves Look, we've we've got at our marches. We've got purple haired people. No, our pan sexual and identify as various fruit baskets or whatever, like well, congratulations is not an accomplishment. The real accomplishment, the only diversity in the world that matters His diversity of thought, and that is the one Area of diversity that the left will not celebrate that the left actively seeks to tamp down to stamp out That's what makes them so dangerous. That's what makes George well A George Orwell. Go from a cautionary tale. To a handbook. I don't think they understood what 1984 was saying. This sounds pretty good. Let's work off of this. This is a good model. Riots are mostly peaceful demonstrations, things of that nature. Rewriting the language before our eyes and declaring anybody who doesn't agree with them to be an enemy of the people in enemy of the state. Should they get that power. The Democrats have changed dramatically, not the Republicans. Speaking of change, Would you like to retire? Financially confident, knowing that you have a plan in place that's guaranteed to work?.
"george orwell" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"June twenty twenty is exactly like nineteen eighty four George Orwell it's scary isn't so they're asking you where to eat want to thank how they feel they decided to race history and many economists statues and they're telling you this is what you want to do now it's been thirty years because I haven't read the book and so warm but yeah what do you think well this is the thing I think that you know it's funny because I had had this conversation a long time ago a back in the nineties reckon the eighties I did updates on Howard Stern show it was amazing L. you know it is my first foray ever gone about that I got no mention is right I got paid to listen to Howard Stern for four hours and when you're going to commercial I would cut in with local Philadelphia news weather sports traffic as I get paid to listen to the show and what was odd about it was that because how we can come to Philadelphia I got to go do the morning show appearances so I'd be out in these clubs and stuff and they knew I did the news so they would ask me you know about new stuff as well you know what you think about it's about what you think I tell him so what do you think of it and then they would speak back to me you word for word is how it every morning at nine o'clock when he and his celebrities would do with the news and they would spit back to me word for word what they heard that morning and I remember saying you know he's he's big brother he's a member that was nineteen eighty four yeah the yeah the big brothers in your living room on a screen and for four hours Juninho was called oceanic and he tells you what the country or something it is I don't but I know like this is what you think and this is how you act and that way at all it was is how would be on for four hours telling you what he thinks everybody Dr the opinion and it was amazing and I was saying that this is talk radio you know for four hours think this think this think this and there are people that we just do it and now in this situation I mean these girls you know their product the millennials are product of you know their childhood in the school and this is where they grew up in what they were told that so now they want to carry that on I mean it's noble Christmas guided him chain you can't change history of anything you acknowledge history N. and then that's how we grow because at least like the statues that school name it could spur conversation by taking it down they're going to a race well I don't get me hot all right I've been I'm not mad I it's just straight.
Are We Living In A Dystopian World? Find Out NOW!
"Hello this is Stephanie. And this is talk tales and Trivia. The show where. I talk about pop culture trivia. Listen I love researching pop culture trivia so that you can stump your family and friends with Great Trivia on today's episode. I thought I would talk about the content the entertainment that we watch and read and listen to at home. That's right it could be a movie. A book or podcast. Well it is all double or triple the entertainment and content. And you'll understand what I'm talking about in a few minutes. Listen I love dystopia anything? And if you've been listening to this podcast you know it. Well to stop in is so popular right now and to stop anything is popular but did you know that it is a sub genre that is under the huge science fiction genre and it is very popular. Well think of all the movies and books that you've read and other entertainment that you've watched that is using the scare factor or the desperation factor that brings in misery or discomfort. Or just something that you are not comfortable with well. That is a distortion emotion. Right it brings in something that is just foreign to you. And that would also be a change to the human condition This is perfect for living environment of social unrest including social distancing and working remotely and we are certainly doing a lot of that so there are so many people much more than. Let's just say your ago that have taken to a distortion entertainment to still be in anything. It could be a book like. I said it could be a movie or it could be a podcast and that is all under the distortion genre. Now if we're gonNA have a dystopia genre we'll guess what we have to have the opposite and that is a utopian genre and there is that no. What is the difference? Well of course you know the difference. I'm going to give you a definition right now. Well what does dystopia mean and I will tell you right now? Dictionary Dot Com has a great definition. Here a society characterized by human misery as squalor oppression disease and overcrowding. That's right and now I will give you the definition for utopia or utopian. Well of course it means the exact opposite of distortion it. Means of relating to or just having to do with idealized perfection given too impractical or unrealistic schemes of such perfection. It's an idealized perfection. And that's something that we don't really see very often so we tend to go towards the dystopia N- types things well. This is perfect for living in an environment of social unrest including social distancing and working remotely that we have had to get used to in the recent past. But I want to tell you about a couple of movies that are wonderful and then you can also read the books. And sometimes and one of the instances you can also get a podcast is a really good thing as well. Well the first thing I want to talk about is the most dangerous game. Well what is that? Well I read the Schwartz story when I was probably very young in the nineteen seventies and it is a short story that came out in nineteen twenty four by Richard Connell and it is a wonderful short story Nelson for the nineteen thirty eight film adaptation. You can see the most interest game and it is so cool. Well the most dangerous game about hunt but this is a different kind of hunt and you will find it very interesting. Read the Short Story and see the movie and guess what it is. Just become a series on qube DOT com. Now qube is very interesting and I want to mention this because I just discovered it is shorter episodes but the same kind of story. They just cut out a little bit of the excess things that they didn't need and the short story or the movie but this is very interesting so on Qube it is an episodic short series thirteen episodes with Liam Hemsworth and they are really easy and Benge worthy. So do that next. I WanNa talk about a book that I read in Maimi junior high school and that is nineteen eighty-four. Well George Orwell wrote the book in Nineteen Forty nine and he can kind of see the future. It is a warning of what is to come. The story takes place in an imagined. Future the year well nineteen eighty-four when much of the world has fallen victim to perpetual war? Omnipresent government surveillance and propaganda. Well it is not a fun place to live and it is not a fun time to be alive in nineteen eighty. Four is a great book. You don't WanNa miss it? Read the book. See the movie and the concept of the book and the movie was used to record a super bowl ad in nineteen eighty four now on youtube and that will be in the show notes. It represents the control of technology and how it's taking over and the ad big brother is represented by IBM Somewhat and the takeaway from the ad is the world is going to change because of computers That did happen next. I love this and it is the center. Well the first season starring Jessica Biel was great but they have three seasons. And what is going on is why a murder was committed and keeps you guessing. Well it stars. Bill Pullman as well as the investigator in all three seasons I know it's not distortion but it's worth a watch. It's a mystery thriller psychological thriller psychological fiction and it is on net flicks three seasons. You don't WanNa miss it? It is Binge Worthy Watch the series and read the book now. Next is a funny kind of situation. I came across this and I wasn't planning on it. I was just had a little bit of free time and is the stranger. Well what is that about? The Stranger is a British mystery thriller series written by Danny Brocklehurst and based on the two Thousand Fifteen Harlem copen novel of the same title. Try to get that at Amazon. And you won't be able to the mini series premiered on net flex in January of twenty twenty just a couple months ago and it stars Richard Armey Taj. Who is best known for the Hobbit Oceans Eight and Captain America and it starts one of my favorites. And I know some people won't recognize the name Jennifer Saunders and she was an absolutely fabulous a British comedy so watch the series the stranger. It's so interesting. Okay now. We're going to go back into a DYSTOPIA and type of deal and this is really fun. Try to get all these friends and people to watch and not everybody gets it but I know that you will. It is called Black Mirror and there's five seasons it is a British distillery and science fiction and Black Mirror was inspired by the twilight zone. That's right dealing with controversial contemporary topics with less fear of censorship than other more realistic programs. It highlights topics related to humanity's relationship with technology and the stories that feature the way we live now and the scary and Weird Way. We might be living in the future.
"george orwell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Tuesday was George Orwell day and he was talking about the the abuses of language and political correctness and all of the staff and and he said he stated that sex is binary but they fired him because he said that so he wrote and again he's an opinion columnist for those he wrote that sex is binary and I guess now they did like that so they fired him and he's a libertarian so that's kind of crazy he was very nice about it but your it even F. I don't care it's an opinion Calama but the scientifically right he is scientifically correct he was making a point about or well about what were will have said and his previous point beautifully but at the cost of him having that platform so we and he's written about you know economics and and all different politics and all the stuff that he was criticizing the lack of the the fact that Colorado Democrats when they were creating sex age education curriculum there zero transparency on it and so he was discussing how your sex is binary and he was do you know the ax ax ax Y. chromosomes it cetera he says that's how they're identified such is the statement you know that's why you're saying what I'm saying and they were like nope nope you gotta go I mean they fired him over stating a fact in an opinion call they will read the Denver post I mean I don't know I guess call there but I at this is so this is my opinion papers are dying by the way I have gone there something like this when I was at Saint Louis post dispatch because of my second moment stuff that's how I got a radio on all of this got started in St alright so coming of John Lott will join us here in a bit we got headlines on the way and all my gosh I got and have an ID headline another one there's another one to it so we're gonna get and all of that and so much more as we move on our good friends over at light stream they understand that you know some people kind of you know it's it after the holidays and this is kind of a portion are the the period of the year where ever you want to pay down your high interest credit card that you used over the Christmas isn't thanksgivings and Hanukkah's and everything else and because those bills are coming and you want to ease your mind so you can do that and pay off your.
"george orwell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Amber's so what it's a commission off that yeah it's like you know what George Orwell here now man I make in nineteen eighty four but you know I think for a really is watching I'm waiting for a cop to say what do I have to do to put you in this ring and I'll get you in this ring today this Capital One hack a Clark this is incredible social security numbers one hundred forty thousand customers one hundred million people plan for credit we don't know that that more come out folks more will come out I want to get you to the world albeit I just got a one credit for your credit you know yeah well I mean Craig Dwight the C. E. O. Verizon Bancorp Clark he told C. N. B. C. these companies are doing what they can to protect their information but the government needs to step in we'll do you agree with that I mean these are state sponsored attacks some of them at some point they do because I mean when you have the our own money of you know there are two hundred hackers in Saint Petersburg Russia or you know there is not India or China or Pakistan the or Iran you know they're they're working on a plan no working overtime to get it all of that stuff yeah I think we need a little bit more of a government muscle one hello and actually got intelligence to help us out with this stuff yeah I don't they I I don't think people really understand that the powers of North Korea when it comes to that as well North Korea is a it is state sponsored at a sponsor a lot of hacking as well well let me ask you this is this is something that we should be hearing the candidate we should be hearing from the candidates I've been preaching this for I I don't know how long eight ten years whatever why do we never hear a cyber security policy from these candidates I think because they have no clue quite frankly I think I I follow the Electronic Frontier Foundation and they've been ranting about this for decades and out yeah and just to you know this is you know is a crisis point a hundred and forty thousand social security numbers and eighty thousand willing bank account numbers with a sample one heck I mean they're gonna be able Gordon crane people's bank accounts yeah ridiculous I always go back to that OPM hack I cannot believe that we have not learned from that it you know it affects us folks that the the public here when our accounts get hacked through chase or wherever whatever bank you used and that's in there the Hackett chase but you know the office of personnel management has every single government employee ever and that got hacked and and they still haven't they still haven't woken up they have not bought that hold the dike yeah yeah Clark appreciate your time is always my friend will check back in next week thank you so much okay thanks a lot bye bye take care that's Clark read you she joins.
"george orwell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Into a George Orwell nineteen eighty four type of existence in a letter to DH as acting secretary Kevin mac lean and senator Markey and Utah senator Mike Lee wrote American travelers deserve to fully understand exactly who has access to their biometric data how long your data will be held how their information will be safeguarded and how they can opt out of these data collection altogether the letter goes on to say we therefore ask that you immediately provide this report to Congress and offer a detailed explanation of why the DHS failed to meet the relevant statutory deadline Rhode Island democratic senator Sheldon Whitehouse says a bill he sponsor to prevent police officers suicide has been signed into law senator White House sponsor the supporting the treating officers in crisis act with Missouri Republican senator Josh Holly it was signed into law recently by president trump the legislation authorizes seven point five million dollars annually for five years for law enforcement mental health and support services in the communities impacted dozens of mourners show up for the funeral of a World War two veteran who they never met mark white remember his grandfather in Richmond Virginia would always take me to read it to square mall talk which of ice cream Lin wood brooch died Monday at ninety five World War two army combat veteran injured earning the Purple Heart with few immediate family left grandson reached out to the local veterans of foreign wars requesting fellow veterans come and pay respects dozen showed up including Stephen bunker without your service we wouldn't be here be able to do what we do today Ronald Kim Miller W. W. two P. forty seven fighter pilot I think they deserve much credit can possibly connect roaches grandson says he's made lots of new friends Chuck secrets and ABC news the funeral of the Ole miss student who is killed this past week is set for today in our hometown of Saint Louis the father of twenty one year old Ellie coast deal posted news of the funeral on his Facebook page her former classmates held a vigil outside her high school in Saint Louis this week where she was remembered as a beautiful soul and that she was always laughing and happy friends of said she on the suspect twenty two year old Brandon these filled were classmates at old miss an updated over the last couple of years in one interview of friends that these full was abusive and manipulated her during their relationship Castiel's body was found twenty miles from the old miss campus last weekend she been shot eight times can't Martin ABC news Saint Louis a former student at Louisiana State University is facing up to five years behind bars after being convicted this week in a hazing death of a student from Roswell ABC's P. combs reports of victims families heartbroken but also very grateful it took a six member jury in baton Rouge less than an hour to convict former Louisiana State University student Matthew Matt came of negligent homicide in the hazing death of eighteen year old backs groover it will bring back back but the victim's mother ray and groover says it will send a message that hazing could no longer be tolerated a king was convicted of forcing groover to drink more than any other pledge and then trying to cover up his involvement in the teenager's death it's not something ever going to be happy about but at the same time it's just as far sign Pete calms ABC news quite a rare sighting in Boston but no cause for concern or panic all is well a sea plane landed in Dorchester bay yesterday afternoon I made a schedule landing right around three fifteen landing in the water your M. street beach in Dorchester the landing was approved by the Federal Aviation Administration FAA as well as the Boston harbour master the FAA did not issue special authorization for the C. plane but they are allowed to operate safely in that day to see player was picking up people at the time from the beach it is seven eleven time for sports here's an update from south Evert Fenway last night Mookie Betts homered in his first three at bats the red Sox drug the Yankees ten five for the second straight game the Yankees losing two straight Boston's one four of five the twenty eighteen M. B. P. finished four for five with five RBI JD Martinez tripled in homered and drove in three the story on the mound Andrew Cashner took home the win giving up three runs on ten hits over six and two thirds Alex Cora says cash there's finding a group this guy's Ivana before so.
"george orwell" Discussed on EconTalk
"Well, just to round out our hospital discussion, I hasten to add that George Orwell called the hospital, the ante chamber to the tomb, and also that, you know, there isn't that much human contact doctors because they don't have time so they on rounds during just step into see a patient, maybe say, if you were very little in the way of exam, meaningful interaction, so that, of course, could be chief other means. And you know, we'll get to that, but getting to the empathy, the deep empathy in the potential for all this efficiency productivity. Keyboard liberation, the patient. Taking more charge everywhere. You look at it, you've got ability to decompress the current lives of doctors, so they have more time to think to interact to listen. And, you know, one thing a patient story the life story. You'll never get digitized. I mean, that's something you really want to listen to and, and pick up all the non. Verbal cues and, you know, there isn't just time for that today. So when you add up all these things like reestablishing trust takes time presence, that is that you're actually looking at the patient talking with them and doing a really exam rather than a pseudo exam or something cursory patients wanna be examined, and they know when the stethoscope is being put on the outside of the, you know, close, that's not a real heart examining. They're just disappointed that the doctors not taking the time to do it. Right. So no matter how you look at it is, if you have time in for tippety, potentially this could be turned back to the patient doctor relationship, and it could re establish where healthcare, what it was meant to be where it used to be, when I graduated medical school for two years ago, it was there, there was a precious relate. Ship. There was an intense trust in human bond, not always, but characteristically, and that's of course, the era Marcus Welby who was kinda the icon for all that will, now we don't have that. We've lost our way. We've got all the burn out. We got patients who are disenchanted because they feel they don't feel like they're cared for, but we have a mechanism now to get that back, which we may not see ever again, or at least for generations because we've not ever seen something that has this much potential. And so the, the problem Ross is, as you can see through quickly that it could go use the wrong way it could be taken down further by having more productivity. Well, okay, go, see more patients go read more scans in slides. And if that happened, that would be the ultimate disappointment that this technology was not used to restore care in healthcare. To me, the dark side is, there's a kiosk. It's also the bright side because it'll be cheap you walk into the chaos. Get close the door. You talk to the robot the computer, the thing that looks like human, but isn't you? Tell your problems to it decides you got a an ulcer and it get tell it dispenses the, the antibiotic right there. And then everything's great except one of the things we've learned in it, it just shines through in your book..
"george orwell" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"The Huffington Post doesn't happen to them at happens to Prager you because he's conservative and he's religious. That's how it works. And we're sitting around scratching our heads going. Wait, there was no profanity, or wait. Nobody crossed the line or nobody should just advance right? It doesn't take that. They don't like him because he's conservative. That's the part that we should all be scared of, and here's the problem, Mark. The problem is most people aren't wired like you and Alan Dershowitz, they don't say, well, I'm not conservative, and I don't agree with many of the things he says, but I certainly agree with people's right. To express their opinion Ono, most of the country goes, I disagree with that guy. And I'd like him shutdown. That's how it works. That's the right and that's the to my. Mind. That's the scary book you start shutting down voices. You don't want to hear or don't agree with then, you know, that's George Orwell nineteen Eighty-four published. And I think forty nine boy, the guy was spot on as the where we were headed that is intellectual. Hypocrisy can't do that. Well, we just you can't do that in a constitutionally. Protecting vulgar -ment on the right. Just makes no sense. I understand if you want to protest and do an economic boycott, I get that you can vote with your with your purchasing power. I get I get that Stitcher it. I get those kinds of protests. But the idea of running somebody out on a rail from their job because you don't agree with them or taking them. You know, look, we're in a different era. We no longer having soapbox in the middle of the town, we have platforms that are that are in communications that are over the internet. And whether it's Twitter Instagram YouTube, those that, that happens to be the, the level of discourse or the method, I should say, just course. And that's still has to. It's nice to comply with the first amendment, you'll get it. I mimic section four, I don't agree. Agree with you. Well, there's a couple of things I wanna dive into it in a second and first off. Yes, George Orwell's should get some credit for predicting nineteen Eighty-four, although I should get all the praise for writing and fifty years. We'll all be chicks. I saw that one coming in that happened a lot faster than George Orwell. There's there is there is some possible writing of the ship. Gary, maybe you can find Schuette's on on Prager and I'll see. I'll I'll play. I'll tell you on Hossa on Prager you or are you referring to like, Dershowitz on Prager you? Yeah. I think he has a few. I think one of his is why Israel has a right to exist or something anyway. Now, the one that was flagged, I'll tell you, and you tell me what you think of this in a second, there's a possible way to right this ship. First legalzoom halfway through the year here. It's never too late to start accomplishing things like man for me. I, I, I made a New Year's resolution to go out and start doing stand up a few times a week. And I've been doing it. Week notice. And I love it, man. If feels great. So get out there, it's still you got another half of the year to make up for the first half. So it's easier. When someone helps that's why legalzoom extending their friends and family discount, everyone right now for a limited time, get ten percent off of all the things you need to do on your things to do. So if you wanna start a business, or you want to save on an LLC or, or an S Corp or more. Also, you can secure peace of mind by wrapping up that last.
"george orwell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Seven percent of rural counties, lack sufficient, primary healthcare, Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap. I placing former military medics in communities improving access for the health of America, the Blue Cross Blue shield association is an association of independent locally operated Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies for podcasts. Jesting keisha. Michigan. The truck driver accused of causing the fiery Twenty-eight vehicle crash on ice. Seventy that killed four posted bond this past weekend. He's now out of jail, according to the Jefferson County sheriff's office. Rogue L Medeiros bond was set at four hundred thousand dollars. His family said fundraisers, helped get them thousands of dollars in a Facebook post his wife posted just before midnight Saturday that he had been released. Thank you, all for the support. One in a thousand more thanks to each of you. God bless and God be with you. She said. Of course, he's facing at least forty charges in connection with that crash, including vehicular homicide assault, and attempted assault. We all know the background set is brakes went out going down. I seventy out of the mountain into into Denver. And of course, prosecutors now say that they have no way to prove that because his semi was, obviously, destroyed in the crash. Yes. Radmil. You're still proclaiming it then. Yes. Nobody wants to take responsibility, you know, to John McCall. Then he didn't deny it. Overruled him about that picture of him in being on the front of the boat. Did you notice that come to think of it? He didn't mention that. Did he? Eighty nine. Dot com. Back about I just finished a book. Comparing George Orwell, and Winston Churchill and talking about time may have been what they went through the second World War started out. As a socialist, but his experiences in Spanish civil war, nest now, knee, other. Let me remind people, he author of animal farm and night, gaining eighty four and I don't care if they're both depressing. But they both got a good message in there that he started out at this. No chalets and ended up. They didn't necessarily convert over to be a conservative, but his big thing power on their side, and that's pretty much what we see with. They wanna shout found somebody that doesn't agree with them. Can't let them go and live their own lives. They got steak and go. The other thing I wanted to bring out. Arwel Mexico, men, and they're under them that you not only don't have a your but you don't have a past. And when the socialist totalitarian takeover the first thing they do is this a country history. Nelly just been living through that with them. Destined the statute never thing down on the civil war, and remember that is, sir. Yep. Wrote his book in forty seven somewhere now neighborhood forty forty seven. The same thing applies today as applied back then and. What the comment on Turkey? Get off my tail. They called an animal farm, about all animals are equal, but some are more equal and other kind of lied to the Clintons and Joe Biden and all that, you know, they all know better than we do live our lives. Now, the one thing that I did find encouraging in this book is they're saying that it's a stellar in China found that kinda surprising, but it might be interesting, if the Chinese people are Donna, a parallel between the society. They economic system that they live under and George Orwell, maybe the next generation of Chinese will be able to overcome the system and Doug in the country. More daughter democracy gel. That, that thanks for checking back in red Bill. Yes, sir. Twenty six past the hour. Can you, you can't make this stuff up right? Yeah. We were talking about the commencement ceremony over the weekend, right where the, the billionaire during the commencement speech announcing that for all those students who had taken out student loans. He's going to cover them for you. Something to the tune to like forty million dollars. And then I see a headline where saying, say it's not true. Bernie Sanders criticizes billionaire forgiving money to students, instead of the needy federal government. To what really Verney? Did. He actually say that, that he should have given that forty million dollars to the government. Why? Because it would be better. Better spent. I'll see if I can't get the full story. But like I all I can see the headline here, but. All righty with about a minute before.
"george orwell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Any policies that were tough on Russia. Yeah. You're right. Says the anchor I'm thinking, well, let's just propaganda. It's you know, one party's messaging, but it's not getting an audience. That's what I don't get. Not drawing talking about that much. There's a number eleven cable network, but their head of several of the ESPN's. I think they're behind HGTV. Pretty sure they are mailbag. There's your freedom of coding today passed on by N T Oana, George Orwell. Ian says I can't remember already sent this one. It doesn't matter. It's so good. If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear. The great George Orwell unless it triggers them or makes them feel unsafe. Well, I'm reading a new book about China. Gotta talk about that is dedicated to all well that is making swag literary circles. You spent more time in literary circles. I'm thinking I'm going to spend the rest of my life crusading against the political correctness is strong enough term the ideological extremism of America's colleges. I think that's my cause insane. Here's year crime.
"george orwell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Boston's News Radio. Okay. So I thought what the coming storm and everybody gathered around their radios, hopefully out there tonight would be a good night to read you a very good paper a story. So I imagine if you're fireside or next year space heater or wherever you may be sit back and relax because I'm going to put us all in a time machine to talk about communism. And I'm going to introduce a very very special young woman, the MIR ages sixteen who's going to take on communism tonight for you directly. I've thought of a lot of different things a lot of. Ways that we could go about talking about the scourge that is gripping the current iterative. Of the Democratic Party. And I could do the tour de force of history of communism and socialism, you've heard me give a lot of the history on Karl Marx. And we've done that. And and I will do it. Again. I could go point by point on why the ignorance the purposeful ignorance that is that is a very special brand of ignorance that is being perpetrated by the lakes of you know, who I'm not gonna give her name any press, but you know, her grandpa over there. Ed Markey is one of her accolades and down onto Nancy Pelosi in every single person who is just partying the seas for somebody who literally knows nothing, but it is a purposeful. Ignorance and a lot of people. Here's one thing. I want to say when I hear somebody giving excuse of youth. To somebody who is perpetrating in currently dangerous and reckless ideas. I'm really not gonna have any of it. I mean twenty nine years old first of all, please. There were men storming the beaches of Normandy and dying in the jungles Vietnam much younger than twenty nine. And we didn't have any problem calling the men when when we had to draft them. Right. So please don't give me any excuses of. I'm new here. I'm young give me a break. And, you know, by the way, my grandma my great grandmother was crossing the ocean in steerage at the age of eighteen so again, please spare me the excuses. So and that is why I thought it was very special tonight. This is the way the angle I'm going to take for tonight. You use the words of a sixteen year old who is much better than anybody going out there and going after this again scourge that we face today. I am the one thing I want to say is that a lot of people who agree with me on this topic are arguing about it the wrong way because they keep talking about the cost of socialism in terms of money. I mean, first of all right off the top. You could talk about the cost in terms of bodies, perhaps, you know, by the millions. You could you know, maybe refer to Scholten needs. Then where he wrote a whole book on it Gulag Archipelago. You can check it out. I think we need a little more education from the top middle and bottom across the political expect them to really talk about what happens when socialism and communism. Takeover, but the cost. Although, of course, it is a very important component to discuss. That's not the winning argument people. Okay. Six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. You're not going to whoop people with cost because that and by the way. When something as agreed in horrible and devastating as socialism and communism are coming our way, fast and furious. You don't sit there and count the dollars you use sound the alarm bells and tell people chapter in verse of every time this has been tried. It ends with millions of people dead dead. And again, we need to go down the list. So we Soviet Union Vietnam Korea North Korea was in the news this week. You know, maybe look it up China. We can go Venezuela. These are all current current forms, but we can go back and by the way, we're not just going to relegate the discussion to quote, communism. Because really the true rubric is to tala -tarian ISM. And that's what it truly is. So six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. I hope you're all safely in your seats. As I now bring in our. A young writer only sixteen years old, and she is going to read her piece for you. And she is none other than yours. Truly me. A young sixteen year old Marie defranco's in my travels through my storage. I came across a paper that I wrote in high school at the young age Sweet Sixteen and it's pretty good. I have to say if I say so myself, and I thought this would be a good way to talk about and hear from you your thoughts. On communism. An actual educated discussion six one seven to five or ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. It is literally it is literally a literary find. So without further ado, I give you critique on George Orwell's animal farm by marisha to Franco honors English to nineteen eighty six. Okay. So you know, you figure out the dates? I am not going to go through. I will just give you have do people still right line outlines when they when they talk about books. I have a Roman numeral five step outline. I'm just going to give the introduction, which has my thesis. And here it goes in his novel animal farm, George Orwell betrays portrays the nineteen seventeen Russian Bolshevik revolution. And the ensuing despotic rule of the Soviets very accurately and with great impact or succeeds in producing an outstanding gripping significant a literary work. I'll give you the second headline characterization a old major as Karl Marx. And your and you'll hear makes of that be snowball as Lennon see Napoleon as Stalin both despots and purges that I will discuss and d other symbols. Number three style. This is both a political discussion and a literal literary discussion combining both the style a foreshadowing b detail NC, no hammering of opinion, that's pretty funny. And finally for is my theme I said, it wasn't going to read it. But I think it's interesting. As vision leads to rebellion. It be is development of pig talker. Assey and see is final situation of animal farm, which will then lead to Roman numeral number five conclusion aright sit down and get your dialing fingers ready. Six one seven two five four ten thirty. I want to hear your thoughts. Have you read animal farm as you as I go through my writing? I think you will. We'll see why it is absolutely apropos to our current scourge of everybody of a lot of people buy into this lie of communism. I'm Marie to Franko. You're listening to weekend alive..
"george orwell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"This down. He is also the man behind the the talk at Heritage Foundation regurgitating the apple how the modern liberal thinks. And you have more than anybody. I know Evan over the past years have been having this conversation about how in in today's politics and the political left. What is good is considered evil, and what is evil is considered? Good. And you use the phrase, and I'm not trying to steal your thunder. I want you to expand upon this. It is not that they are wrong. It's that they are as wrong as wrong can be and they are one hundred eighty degrees to the opposite of the truth. That's we're seeing this every day. Every day. And we've been seeing since I I gave that lecture something like ten or twelve years ago. We'll just saw the other day with the kids from Calverton, and what you had was in aggressive Indian activist and a hate group and somehow as of the three participants the activists and a kid smiling. Evil-doer with the kids. That's absolutely. We all noticed it. And all of a sudden, you hear people talking about face crime going back to you know, George Orwell nineteen eighty four. But we see it in more than just this case in comington, though. Well, you see it in particular in it. But it's all PC is Newspeak. Everything about this. You know into soccer English, socialism that big brother was I mean, this socialism is no different than national socialism. All right, people misunderstood that national in national socialism. Nationalism doesn't any nationalism was the NBA the National Basketball Association. Hitler's. She's what a national socialists. It's not the national. That's important the socialists, that's support. And it's no different game in American socialism English socialism at all award about or national socialism. It's it's all the same idea. And Newspeak is a c one of the lights may four is when they explain new speak to Winston, they say, do you realize you speak is the only language in all its human history that gets smaller the book Kenya where he gets smaller every year, so PC PC's the only way which we're more and more words of the moved from the reusable vocabulary. So one of the questions when.
"george orwell" Discussed on 600 WREC
"From George Orwell's nineteen Eighty-four. He didn't know how long she had been looking at him. But perhaps for as much as five minutes, and it was possible. It was possible that his features had not been perfectly under control. It was terribly dangerous to let your thoughts wander when you were in public any public place or within range of telescreen. The smallest thing could give you away and nervous Tekken an unconscious. Look. Zayed's a habit of muttering to yourself anything that carried with it. The suggestion of abnormality of having something to hide. In any case to wear an improper expression on your faith to to look incredulous. When a victory was announced, for example. Itself was a punishable offense. There was even a word for it in Newspeak. It was cold face crime. The TSA is now training special personnel to wonder airports, and as travelers questions and watch their facial expressions when they respond questions like where are you going going vacation the TSA believes they can train the TSA members to be observers to notice micro face expressions. Face crime. But I don't have to go to the TSA because I think everybody in the mainstream media and many people in the country are part of the face crime sport. They. They think it's fun now. But it will be an armed force at some point. Didn't we all commit face crime? When we saw a kid smirk word we looking at his face and in combination with that hat. I think I know what he was saying. I think I know what he was thinking and one misstep of a smirk. One. If I may quote one nervous tick. An unconscious look of anxiety anything that carried with it. The suggestion of abnormality of having something to hide to wear an improper expression on your face to look incredulous. When a victory was a downst- or to smile when a native American was pounding a drum in your face that was punishable. I used to say, and I I knew I was right. Because I knew it didn't really come from me. I knew that when I would say you're going to come to a place where you don't recognize your country. That it would happen. But I didn't think this. I really I really thought we would wake up before we got here. And we're still dead asleep. We really are still dead asleep. This is happening with actual video. I mean, imagine around the corner when we have the deep fake situation going on and technology is bringing us down these paths where I mean, right now, you know, foreign governments could do this. Okay. So let me just play this out. What's do is talking about is is called deep fakes and the government is preparing for a time. And they believe twenty twenty will be the tipping point of this. I might be it'll be before twenty two thousand four election. But I think we'll start to see it in twenty twenty. And what a deep fake is is videotape or audio of anybody who's running for something doing something. For instance, Donald Trump actually throwing a girl against the wall and fondling her. And you see it on tape. And you're like, that's Donald Trump. That's not an actor look at his face. That's Donald Trump. You'll see it. Well, it'd be what's called a deep fake with algorithms. You can make this now look real. Yeah. It's not all the way there yet. No. It's getting there. It's getting there. And it's getting there quickly, and I should say this on the consumer basis. It's getting there quickly knows what they have you have it already on your phone, except you know, if you're fooled by that's an actual panda leaving you a message, you know, a cartoon panda.
"george orwell" Discussed on KTRH
"So you had a group of admirers just in Subotica, George Orwell. She used to coming out. He had his secretary would come. He had he had the people around him and. Cambridge scholar would visit him one day or or an American a writer would turn up and see him. So quite a rich life but nothing compared to use. And he missed the old days when he you know, before the festival's warhead he'd made the first serious attempt on k two the second highest mansion in the world. It climbed Kanchenjunga in nineteen o five he'd been to Japan he'd been to walked across China he'd been across India he lifted a Yogi in salon it spent five years in the in the United States. He climbed the heights of Mexico. I mean tremendous adventure. Yesterday, and I sent a very rare newspaper from Paris in nineteen oh three where he was interviewed by leprous newspaper, and it's the most respectful interview talking about him as a poet this was before he receives the book of the lowest here before nine hundred ninety three and just under the British. And the question was whether he was going to lead a Buddhist mission to the west. And well, this was something he took very seriously. In fact, it was done by his best friend. Helen, Ben is that the first Buddhist mission to England in nineteen hundred nights. So behind so many of the things that develop spiritual.