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Fresh update on "hassan" discussed on Our Body Politic

Our Body Politic

01:41 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hassan" discussed on Our Body Politic

"Dr. Julie Morita, executive vice president of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, told MSNBC. That's partly because adults are being vaccinated. So I think we really focus in on the adult impact of Coben over the past year, and what's happening now is that we're actually paying a little more attention to the Children because Fewer if you are adults are getting sick and hospitalized and dying. Well, Kids aren't is likely to get severely ill with Cove it they're susceptible to some of the same problems as adults that includes the persistent symptoms known as long Haul Cove, it that can last for weeks or even months after their initial infection. On NJ SPOTLIGHT News, New Jersey Doctor Esma Hassan described one case of a young athletic dance student. She's struggling to get back on her feet. She's having episodes of business where she feels like she's gonna fall. She's having heart palpitations. She's anxious, depressed out of her mind and feels like she's word finding difficulty. Children and adolescents who had the virus can also develop multi system inflammatory syndrome and Children, a serious condition that can lead to a range of heart problems. While still very rare, the condition has become more common over the course of the pandemic. Nationwide. The majority of the kids who developed the syndrome have been people of color following the trend with covert cases in general. Next week. Our public health expert Dr Kavita, Trivedi, will be back to help us make sense of the latest covert trends and what it will take to end the pandemic worldwide Journalist like me, you surveys and polling to support our research. And it's important to find data that accurately reflects reality, especially.

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Fresh update on "hassan" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:47 sec | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hassan" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"Listening to Major League Baseball on ESPN Radio and the ESPN at top of the sixth inning did showing Chris single to the Padres lead the Cardinals six toe one home runs tonight. Tommy Pham Hassan Camp. And Austin Nolan offsetting a solo home run for you out of your Molina, which is accounted for the only Cardinals run of the night. Miguel Diaz is back out for his second inning of work out of the Padre bullpen. And he will face Paul Goldschmidt Nolan are Renato and the aforementioned Yadier Molina. Goldschmidt is one for two had a base hit his first time up. Run on Just three hits tonight. For the Cardinals. Remember the Padres beautiful last night as well? Be five before the wrap up the series with.

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Fresh update on "hassan" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

01:54 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hassan" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"An hour fastball. 61 San Diego bottom of the fifth. Grady one for two on the night. And the 32 pitch in a 97 mile an hour fastball is fouled back. You get pitched their hit. Grady was just a little quick. 32 County anticipated fastball special got, It's got good velocity. Eyes can get big and you just be a little too quick and not stay square to the plate, meaning that I'm really letting this ball get into the hitting zone. Not coming off of it with the front side, just trusting your power in the gaps. 32 and he missed outside Ball four. So Fernandez thought he had him run up on the 12 pitch, and he winds up walking him. We could change up there. Dad, I believe so. Yeah, it's wild, isn't it? You've got 98 99 in the back pocket. Change up 32. And again that may go back to, you know, analytics to the information, saying that a guy like O'Grady's more susceptible in a full count is on the least amount to of a games change played up, But I'm for with Tommy you if I had Edmund. 99 He's played most of his games and third base. I think Now he's I would the everyday use that second 99. basement He for the Cardinals. did a couple of times in that it bad. But they're made Now it he look faces really Hassan natural Kim big Kim smile has homered from and popped Adam up. Wainwright as well. He couldn't believe Underwood. First Nobody out. He made 61 it, But it's San one thing Diego to get Bottom to that ball five Dan and knock it down. on the first Keep it pitch, from going swinging to the a outfield, foul back perhaps at a belt prevent high fastball. a 1st Owen and 3rd one situation on Kim. was able to get up and get the force at second base. I mean, that's that's a big time So player. I know about We you, asked Dan. Mike shit Go on ahead our for pregame me. zoom with him. You know, Players what from does he mean to the team? Japan And the first or South two Korea. words out of Like his mouth Kim, were steady, I Eddie, just That's feel what like they call they Tommy. have the Edmund. best I guess bat it flips like He said I know he are could guys help you win here the ballgame like so to many do different different, ways, but I his feel like glove, they're bad his flips arm, are his feet, They're so his natural bat his and so brain. good. He just Yeah. understand situations. Well, what is outside of.

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US denies Iran claims of prisoner deal; UK plays it down

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

US denies Iran claims of prisoner deal; UK plays it down

"The state department is denying a report that deals have been reached with Iran for the release of U. S. and British prisoners but he might not be as although the you try harder isn't going to get you twenty five dollars off the house to meet your daughter citing unidentified sources Iran state television reported what it described as for American spice would be swapped for for Aronian prisoners and seven billion dollars state TV is run by hardliners in the report comes amid a power struggle between hard liners in the relatively moderate government of Iranian president Hassan Rouhani raising the prospect the report was intended to disrupt talks in Vienna on resuscitating Iran's nuclear deal with world powers state department spokesman that prices simply report sent a prisoner swap deal has been reached are not true my president Biden's chief of staff Ron Klain tells CBS's face the nation the U. S. is working very hard to get the Americans released but so far there's no agreement Ben Thomas Washington

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Iran Says Nuclear Program Testing Newest Advanced Centrifuge

TED Radio Hour

01:01 min | Last month

Iran Says Nuclear Program Testing Newest Advanced Centrifuge

"Iran's President Hassan Rouhani today reiterated Tehran's commitment to nuclear nonproliferation. At the same time, he oversaw the launch of new advanced centrifuges at the country's Natanz underground nuclear plant. As NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. Today's developments come as the U. S and Iran hold indirect talks on returning to full compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal. This week, European, Russian and Chinese diplomat shuttled between U. S and Iranian delegations in Vienna. A senior Biden administration official describes the meetings as constructive. It says it would be better to talk directly with Iran. The official who briefed reporters on the condition of anonymity, says the U. S. Is ready to let Iran do business again if Iran curbs its nuclear program. But the official also warns that the talks will head to an impasse if Iran sticks to its position that the U. S must lift every sanction imposed by the Trump administration since Trump pulled out of

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"hassan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:42 min | Last month

"hassan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Thirty nine. Thirty seven hours hominid. These games signature games that he played in the finals. He'd have thirty shot attempts. Only ten makes these just gunning out there. Hey point guard how. 'bout passable a couple of times. Who is the we in question. Who's this we that mr heinsohn. The third to other than what his mailman who's weak. Who's the way no one's no one. I have never never ever ever ever ever ever had a discussion or heard one that denigrated the pre super bowl. Nfl champions worried about the different shades. Yes the super bowl thing that no one has ever denigrated a- to my knowledge so i don't know who this we might think of championship. Nfl championships one of the first ones i think of is the giants forty seven two seven victory in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven. Okay i i don't wanna i'm sorry i said i wouldn't involve i won't get involved in the basketball discussion with the q went on philosophy I will say that I- i- honor all the nfl champions pre and post super bowl period. I don't know who the we is. But i i i i don't care what about his criticism of cousy of it. Discussing the game has evolved. Okay the you'll have to have things when you're talking about sports and you have to talk about The person in their time and their time who was dominant who was winning. Who was the. How was the game played. What was the game. of course it game is evolved. I know cousy never shut forty percent. I also know as the godfather of every point guard. Who was ever join breath subsequently whether you're number chris. Paul is a direct descendant of bob cousy in terms of the concept of what a point guard is how to get the job. Done how to distribute the ball. How do identify who gets the ball winning where that is. What cousy was the greatest at his time at and set the table for everyone who followed everyone understand everyone who followed that is his historic impact and that is why veered period okay. I'm not worried about what he was thirty. Eight percent fifty two percent. Or whatever i know is it was a great great player in his time and it was set a standard of excellence at a position and set the and basically book book position. Okay people have improved on this the tip of the shooting part. We all know that. Okay so that that's that's colossal you. It's and disrespect to to denigrate bob. Cousy and that we'd colossal ignorance. I mean capital state capital. Can you call it setting the table. When he's taking the most shots on the team though that sounds like he's a table and eating to came your profession in public a profound ignorance of of the reality of what the game was all about. Don't embarrass yourself any longer time much more my time with this with this basketball coupon bob we love you. Thank you for being on with us. I'm sorry we've upset you good talking to you always nice talking to you. He's a little pissed. It's gonna ruin his day. He's a little easily. Put a landline. Sound at the end of that by of needs it. Can i get a call. You mr hasson. Did you know what sam mitchell also thinks. My first name is amino hasn't..

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"hassan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:55 min | Last month

"hassan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Me. Now bob waiting also parenthetically cody wrote in the most narcissistic comment in a column. You'll ever see in a show co hosted by me. There was no reason for him to say but he meant and he stole the whole article from. I mean it's the laziest piece of shit. I've ever seen rid of so proud of him. Yes so anyways. Bought ryan is with us right now and bob. This is not an authentic. This is not meant to agitate you. But amino acid worked for the sun's front office. I mean has does no basketball. So i mean before he you know ravenously each your face just explain. I'm sure you won't do it to his face. The way you just did it explained to him. What your theory is on. This will mr ryan basically my my point is in the nfl we recognize nfl championships super bowl but we don't really celebrate them the same way we celebrate the post afl nfl murder. The actual super bowls so zach harper and i have suggested we do the same in the nba where we recognize the exploits of champions prior to the ab nba merger. But we don't hold them in the same regard as we do modern nba titles in the same way that jim brown will always be when the greatest football players of all time and he won championships in cleveland. We don't really talk about it that much. Bill russell is one of the greatest players of all time and he won championships in boston. But we don't talk. We shouldn't talk about them as much because it came at a time when their own eighteen in the league it came at a time where many of the best players were not there yet because they were playing a separate league refused to indulge in any discussion. That involves a theory of basketball. Wow delicate and your delicate about it. I mean you. That's not how you said it before. Tell them what you said about. Cousy is a fraud. This guy shot.

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"hassan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:58 min | Last month

"hassan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"But i gotta let go let them go on a roll. He's trying to get him out of the top ten. Bob cousy call goes to the finals every year. What happened we have a take out in two thousand twenty one and bob cousy let me just say right now. Bob cousy mean me and zach harper. We host a radio show on sirius. Xm right here we got on the phone. We host this podcast called simple. But that's where we watch movies or at least movies were poorly rated on rotten tomatoes and try to ascertain are they accurately poorly rated or maybe they're not getting a fair shake sinophobic wherever you get podcast this week. We reviewed the nineteen ninety seven film. Anaconda starring john boy lopez nice hue yet israel. owen wilson. Who who did you do it with. I wanted to be on that one. Anaconda is the one. I wanted to do jon. Voight winking embryonic fluid rates in debt. I don't know if he's dead. But he's covered in some sort of petroleum and he's winking before he dies spoiler alert. Let me tell you right now. There are days while truly regret that sinophobic visual product and it goes. All we wanted to do was just post. Still shots of the voice. The faces the jon voight made he made so many ridiculous spaces that actually distracted from the fact that his accent and is waiting for you to get around. That's a really good. He sounds like my favorite scene. My favorite scene in the movie is when he's tied up to the mass because they've captured them and then the girl who's upset killed owen. Wilson comes up with a knife and he leaps from a seated position while his hands. His upper body is tied to the math. He leaves upward in the air nitrite and grabs her with his legs. So sir. that's right billy. Do you have any interest in this movie. You can we. Is there anything we can do. Roy's got a grin on his face. I don't know what it is. What what is making you smile about anaconda. Is it just all of it. Roy that i listened to you yesterday it it. It sounded like he was doing a twenty montana imprisoned nation. Here i it was bad. Billy can i interest you an anaconda again. Give him the cast of anaconda. So you got jon voight jennifer lopez jon. Voight owen wilson. Jon voight steve. I'm a professor jon. Voight danny trae. Ho jon voight eric. Stoltz who by the way was original. Marty mc fly guys know that. Right and jon. Voight stoltze actually have footage of eric salt as mardi mc fly and he gets the khandu stuck in his throat in this film yes he does he and his fish. You can the needle fish that can get peanuts actually get stuck in his throat here. You have that library. Do you have the amazon guy. We talked to who that happened to because we have that somewhere in our library. We wrestled away from espn for moments. Just like this one where we could go out to the amazon and bring you a twelve year old interview with a guy who got a fish stuck in his penis that That's what the canberra fish does in the amazon. It's horrible do you not know what this is i mean. Do you know anything about this. I know about it. Because i watched anaconda. That's why i know about it. But i also the idea that like oh. Espn you don't know what you let go all of this. All this goal try you don't understand is and how could you be so dumb. Look i run off with this analysis that we did have an interview. What is the can you find it. Mike how hard is defying. I think i called it the needle fish. It's a toothpick fish so this is courtesy of animal planet. Thirteen years ago on here is a victim talking. Animal planet about his experience with the lethal can do silvio..

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Nearly 20 arrested in alleged plot against Jordan?s King

BTV Simulcast

00:30 sec | Last month

Nearly 20 arrested in alleged plot against Jordan?s King

"Was on alert today after a serious of arrests were made following what may have been an attempt to destabilize the government of King Abdullah, the second Hassan Bin Zaid, a member of the royal family was held on security grounds along with several others, according to the state run Petra news agency. The army also asked former Crown Prince Hamza bin Hussein to cease quote, movements and activities that might be used to target Gordon Security and Stability in a video of the former Crown prince says he has been silenced.

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The Rock Doc Who Prescribed 1.4 Million Pain Pills

The Experiment

01:54 min | Last month

The Rock Doc Who Prescribed 1.4 Million Pain Pills

"Once. You found the right doctor and of told him or her about your pain. Don't be afraid to take what they give you over. Twenty years ago pharmaceutical companies began to market the use of a magical pill. Often it will be an opioid medication. These drugs which repeat our best strongest pain. Medications should be used much more than they are for. Patients in pain opioids would be a new kind of painkiller to treat not just acute pain. After event like surgery but also paying that was more mundane like chronic back pain. That patients would complain about for years but which doctors didn't have a clear cure for some patients may be afraid of taking opioids because the perceived as too strong or addictive that is far from actual fact pharmaceutical companies marketed. These drugs aggressively to doctors. They don't wear out. They go on working. They do not have serious. Medical side effects at the there wasn't a lot of limits. On pharmaceutical company is being able to tell doctors that oga. Hassan is a staff writer at the atlantic whose been covering the opioid epidemic for the last seven years. So doctors were kind of like a lot of them unfortunately went with it and now we see the result the result is that more than four hundred and fifty thousand people are dead from overdose in the last twenty years. And what part of the crisis were you most focused on so ridden a million stories about this but one thing that i was really curious about is how you actually went. From having opioids being a thing that existed to having opio being a thing that existed in people's medicine cabinets.

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Texas Medical Board clears Houston doctor accused of stealing COVID vaccine

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Texas Medical Board clears Houston doctor accused of stealing COVID vaccine

"The state medical board is clear. A local doctor of wrongdoing for allegedly misusing doses of the covid vaccine but news. Eighty eight seven schneider's sensor could still be criminal charges. The texas medical board role to dr hassan. Gokul did not violate the medical practice. Act when he administered doses of the vaccine to friends and family to avoid them going to waste gokul worked for harris county public health and says clinic doses were leftover at the end of the day and would have been discarded. A judge drought a charge of theft against gokul but the harris county district attorney's offices still seeking an indictment from a grand jury. Paul doyle has goals attorney. Da's office filed this case abruptly without investigating it and are now in an effort to try and save face for disparaging a doctor's name in a statement the da's office told houston public media quote. We anticipate presenting all of the evidence in this matter to a grand jury so representatives of the community can determine whether a criminal charges appropriate.

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Georgetown Law fires professor who made 'reprehensible statements' about Black students on viral video

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Georgetown Law fires professor who made 'reprehensible statements' about Black students on viral video

"Georgetown University Law Center, firing a professor placing another on leave after making what the dean called reprehensible remarks about black students in video leaked to this week by a Twitter user named Hassan Ahmed. Professor Sandra Smith is her talking to her colleague David Batson, about student performance having this ext. Every semester that a lot of my lower ones are blacks. That's it appears to say nothing in response, calling it a painful incident and a message online. Dean William trainer says they plan to address many structural issues of racism at the school, including explicit and implicit bias, bystander, responsibility and the need for more comprehensive anti bias training.

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Stimulus plan stalls as senators debate unemployment aid

Pacifica Evening News

02:38 min | 2 months ago

Stimulus plan stalls as senators debate unemployment aid

"Leaders and moderate Democratic Senator Joe mention of West Virginia have struck a deal over emergency jobless benefits, breaking a nine hour logjam. It installed the party's showpiece $1.9 trillion covert really fill. The compromise, announced by the West Virginia lawmaker and a Democratic aide seems to clear the way for the Senate to begin a climactic marathon. Syriza votes expected to lead to approval of the sweeping legislation. Democrats had already set aside one battle over boosting the minimum wage mansion is probably the chamber's most conservative Democrat and the king maker in a 50 50 Senate. That leaves his party without a vote to spare. Chris Lee reports the Senate is in what's being called a voter rama over the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill where Syria's of amendments are voted on back to back. This comes after Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson forced to nearly 11 hour holed up on the bill. Forcing Senate clerks to read the massive 628 page legislative package out loud. Senate Budget Committee chair Bernie Sanders open the debate by introducing an amendment to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. That provision was included in the House's version of the bill, but it was thrown out last week by the Senate parliamentarian who ruled it was not permissible under budget reconciliation, Sanders says that process is wrong. It is an absurd process. That we allow an UN elected staff of somebody who works for the Senate, not elected by anybody. To make a decision as to whether 30 million Americans get a pay raise or not. I don't care how the parliamentarian rules. No parliamentarian should have that power. People here want to vote against raising them in ways you have that right? Want to vote for it? And I hope you do you have that right, But we should not shuffle off that responsibility. Toe What UN elected staff. That's wrong. Senators voted to reject Sanders proposal 58 to 42 8, Democratic senators Kirsten cinema of Arizona. Jon Tester of Montana, Jan Shaheen and Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire, Chris Coons and Tom Carper of Delaware. Angus King of Maine and Joe Manchin of Virginia voted No. The Senate has since been stalled for several hours. In a debate on the extension of federal unemployment benefits. Democratic senators have a slim margin to get the bill approved. And if just a single Democrat votes against the bill, it could jeopardize the entire

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What makes Melbourne's outbreak hot or not?

Coronacast

03:18 min | 3 months ago

What makes Melbourne's outbreak hot or not?

"So melvin is still kind of grappling with a bit of a hotel quarantine outbreak. Hassan we've seen these holiday inn. Classic continued to grow some close contacts have tested positive to covid. There's been exposure sites are added added to the list. This rapidly growing list and while this is happening people in melbourne. Obviously watching it really closely but so people in other states. Because we've seen that. When an outbreak occurs in recent months people wanna act really quickly states when actually quickly cape the spread from spreading as much as possible and so perhaps bought is going to be throwing up again or they might be increased restrictions in melbourne. And sorry can we talk about what it takes for somewhere to be declared hotspot what goes into that decision. It's a really interesting question and clearly. It's something that we haven't clarified. Throughout the course of the pandemic in the last twelve months it's been very confusing and difficult for people to work out when we should declare hotspot if we go back to first principles the key issue here when we declare hotspot is that we're making the coal the visit an increased risk of someone being infected in a particular area. And that if they travel to another area they're going to put that area at risk so the interesting thing the maze of last twelve. It's been real indicated the people's understanding or willingness to tolerate uncertain t and the willingness to tolerate risk. And we've seen how that has been different between the states and we've also seen that evolve even within states where a state would have pulled the trigger on a particular intervention six months ago. But now they're being a little bit more nuanced in response to these the situation so we constantly learning and it's going to be an interesting thing to say what happens this time around the toll months into this pandemic in australia. It seems like the cases coming through now in sort of drips and drabs yesterday. The chief medical officer professor paul. Kelly said that he was absolutely confident. That the infection was a single event going back to the holiday inn hotel. They'll close context though are starting to test positive. Is that something you're expecting to happen or were you hoping that it could just be contained to the immediate staff and residents of the holiday inn. Look i think you always hope that it can be contains at that level but always you always have to have the expectation that it's going to spread beyond that initial chain of transmission and that is why we worked so hard to identify contexts and quarantine them and we identify context context. So we're we're working really hard to put a ring fence around the virus and to halt any chains of transmission so in some ways cases that have been identified. Today have its. Its positive that they were predicted. And that they were in quarantine and so really. It's going to be the next few days that are crucial for us to be able to identify whether we're ahead of the virus or we have to play a little bit more touch

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"hassan" Discussed on Your Presidential Playlist

Your Presidential Playlist

06:12 min | 3 months ago

"hassan" Discussed on Your Presidential Playlist

"Have a few minutes. Take great you kind of a viral moment during the trump confirmations with education secretary betsy devos that i'm gonna go out on a limb here and say that maybe you didn't think she was. The greatest nominees ltd appreciate her ideas around supporting students with different abilities. Would you be looking for in that role. In the cabinet secretary secretary of education in the biden harris administration. Things the question. First of all just generally i think we need to have cabinet secretaries from abroad of backgrounds in perspective but also with real experience in leadership and the understanding of the way government at all different levels work and one of my big concerns with secretary. Devos was simply. I didn't think she had an understanding of public education that match the job description of but more importantly what i'm looking forward to whether it's an education secretary or a healthcare's health and human services secretary. I'm looking forward to leaders who understand how what we do here. In washington and in state capitals around the country translates into real life impacts for the people we have been sent here to serve is understanding what the life of a single mom who's working a couple of jobs and trying to raise two kids is and what the difference of affordability in terms of broadband means for that family. What it means unto be able you know i. I still remember a constituent who said to me when we froze college. Tuition new hampshire. It meant that she didn't have to pick up an additional couple of shifts at work. She was already working a lot of overtime and she'd have that much more time for her family. We need people with that. Deep understanding of the everyday experience of ordinary americans and if they bring that perspective along experience about how to use the levers of government to people and how to make government effective the twenty first century economy a twenty th century digital age. That's what's going to move us forward as a country build that wall inclusive economy the economy's walkman for everybody. Everybody has a chance to contribute to their communities. And as americans we over out the best in each other senator has an and that's in the biden. The transition team just announced a group. Today that's going to be in the white house leading the white house and includes a bunch of very high ranking people in this group that have young kids which i couldn't even fathom to be honest with you i think in the last administration i mean even like i'm thinking that even in the obama administration i think it would have been really hard. I think people had kids while they were in the white house but didn't really go in with young children They announced his campaign campaign manager. Jennifer o'malley dillon has three young children. Cedric richmond your colleague. From the house is going into the white house with a young signed young child. How do you think it's going to impact the policies. Look i think that any time you have a group of policy makers and decision makers who have their own work family balances balancing to do. That really strengthens the overall policies. They make really aren't thinking about working families they do. They do know the difference between being able to do a quick check in with a doctor of versus the telehealth versus having to drive two hours waiting room for right. They know of the difference. In increase in the minimum wage can make they have an understanding of how hard it can be defined childcare. And what happens if one of your kids get sick and can't go to healthcare to your work day and one of the other things we've really seen in the pandemic is people balancing family and work in real time online without the usual resources for instance childcare that they have and as all gaining an understanding of how we can work to support each other in these moments and how important is that we have a childcare and family supports that work whether it's in the white house or whether it's a single parent trying to go to community college but who made some wraparound services like childcare and transportation Just to make be able to get through that program and then better themselves in their family By being able to take that next step in their career so I think it's a really healthy thing. And again i think that our leadership should reflect who we are as a people and shooed demonstrate. What's possible when we all come together to problem solve. Well thank you. Senator maggie and thank you so much for giving us your insights what we should be expecting from the biden harris administration. Can you tell us what you're gonna go. Vote on now. We're to go vote on on a confirmation of a judge who sadly i do not think as qualified to take the job but other than that look. I do what i want to say to people to is just There is hope Right now we are going to get through this pandemic. We have some work to do. Everybody continue to wear your masks continued to socially distance. We're gonna get through this. There is positive news about a vaccine. It will take a while to get to everybody. But in the meantime be safe speed well and support each other great. Thank you thank you. So much senator luck with the votes trying to talk some colleagues at it by. Thank you for listening to this episode of your political playlist. Don't forget to follow us on instagram. At your political playlist where you can see. 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Charge dropped in Houston against Harris County Public Health doctor accused of stealing COVID-19 vaccine doses

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Charge dropped in Houston against Harris County Public Health doctor accused of stealing COVID-19 vaccine doses

"County County Judge Judge has has dropped dropped charges charges against against a a former former Harris Harris County County public public health health doctor doctor fired fired for for allegedly allegedly stealing stealing covert covert vaccine vaccine while while also also blasting blasting the the district district attorney for ruining his reputation. Attorneys for Dr Hassan Gogel argued that he used the expiring doses per CDC guidelines on his wife and others who qualified and were referred to him. They say that Harris County wanted Dr Google do instead threw away the expiring doses. No word of Gogol will get his job back, or even if he wants to go back to the county.

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Houston-area doctor accused of stealing vaccine didn't want doses to go to waste, attorney says

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Houston-area doctor accused of stealing vaccine didn't want doses to go to waste, attorney says

"For a Harris County public health doctor fired and charged with stealing code vaccine says it's the Health Department of the D. A's office who should be investigated for covering up borders to destroy vaccine rather than help save people's lives in apology to Dr Go cool from the Da's office and the Harris County Public Health Department. Is not gonna be enough because we want to get people vaccinated. He did everything he could and use the best judgment he could to make sure these vaccines were not wasted. Attorney Paul Doyle says Dr Hassan Go call was following CDC guidelines requiring doctors to administer expiring of vaccine by any means possible. Harris County has sent sighted a policy expiring vaccine should go to police and firefighters first.

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Doctor accused of stealing COVID-19 vaccine to give to family and friends

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Doctor accused of stealing COVID-19 vaccine to give to family and friends

"Accused of stealing covert 19 vaccine from the damaged vile and giving it to family and friends. Correspondent Steve Rapid, Poor Dr Hassan Go call denies wrongdoing, saying he wanted to make sure covert 19 dosages that would have expired didn't go to waste. Harris County prosecutors disagree, saying Go call stole a punctured vial from a vaccination site in December and abused his position by letting family and friends cut in line. Authorities say the 48 year old ignored county Health Department rules requiring punctured vials with viable doses to be brought to the main office to be administered to at risk. Frontline workers. The department fired go call after an internal investigation. He faces up to a year in jail and a $4000 fine if convicted of misdemeanor theft by a public servant. Steve

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Houston doctor accused of stealing COVID-19 vaccine

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:20 sec | 4 months ago

Houston doctor accused of stealing COVID-19 vaccine

"Area Public Health doctor is accused of stealing doses of the Corona virus vaccine, Harris County prosecutors say Dr Hassan Google took the shots from an humble vaccine site last month and gave them to friends and family. Prosecutors say they learned about the theft after Google told a co worker he has been fired from his position at Harris County Public Health, he could get a year in jail in a $4000 fine

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Iran Is Escalating Its Nuclear Program

1A

03:05 min | 4 months ago

Iran Is Escalating Its Nuclear Program

"Iranian government has resumed enriching. Uranium in one of its underground facilities. The order reportedly came from president hassan ronnie and it again breaches the terms of the thousand fifteen iran. Nuclear deal agreed on by numerous world powers. President trump withdrew from the deal in two thousand eighteen. Nancy walk us through. What's important here. What is the significance in. Help us with this idea that it's increased its levels to twenty percent purity. What does this all mean. Sure so under the twenty fifteen deal. It had a three point six seven percent cap and now the running governments said that as soon as possible. They want to get to twenty percent. The reason that's significant is to build a nuclear weapon. You have to be ninety percent now. Ninety percent sounds like A big gap. But it's much more difficult to go from three point. Six to twenty once you get past at twenty two ninety is easier or so say the experts i will defer to them and so the reason. This is caused such anxiety because this is the biggest breach of byron its commitments under that deal and so the question becomes. Why are they doing it. Part of it one could argue is that this is in response to the assassination of its top nuclear scientists. This is when the running government purse. Pass this law. It appears to be A way of building negotiation leverage ahead of the incoming biden administration as you recall president elect biden has said that he wants to Enter into that deal again. Assuming that iran is willing to comply. And i also think that there's an element of Answering to domestic audiences. This came at the same time that there was the anniversary of the one of the death of qassem sulamani by us. Drone strike and bag died in their heightened tensions between the two countries and congratulate you that this was a way of sort of iran. Reasserting itself that. It wasn't gonna be bullied by the usa in its To keep a carrier strike group in the region to send b fifty two bombers and so the totality that has led to A really major escalation in terms of capabilities towards an a nuclear weapon. So nancy. this is the million dollar question. What is all this mean about what we know of how close iran is to creating a nuclear weapon or do we assume it has one already well. The the challenges we don't ha- they didn't announce a time. They they said as soon as possible and they alerted the Of its intentions so the question becomes whether it Can do it in a in an until what time now to be fair. One could argue that they can turn this back just as quickly. So if this is towards reaching leverage vis-a-vis the incoming biden administration. You can see this pulled back almost as quickly as a as the announcement was made the challenge becomes if you start to see countries seeing this as a real threat or real movement towards building nuclear weapon particularly israel remember a decade ago when the writings were moving towards us they hit there was almost a strike campaign that was triggered by this. Then you have a different situation. So it's if it's a move towards leverage it's a very risky

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Murray throws TD, Cards end 3-game skid, beat red-hot Giants

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Murray throws TD, Cards end 3-game skid, beat red-hot Giants

"The Arizona Cardinals snapped a three game slide with a dominating twenty six to seven win over the giants new York's four game winning streak came to an end they are five and eight the seven six cardinals dominated on defense with eight sacks and three forced fumbles Hassan Reddick registered a franchise record five sacks and he was delighted to help the team I cried at the end of the game show with joy you know for the film less to see today had been is is just amazing calamari threw for two hundred forty four yards and a TD the Andre Hopkins nine catches for a hundred thirty six yards giants quarterback Daniel Jones threw for only a hundred and twenty seven yards he was sacked six times might make you so east Rutherford New Jersey

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Lebanese judge charges caretaker PM in August port explosion

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Lebanese judge charges caretaker PM in August port explosion

"The Lebanese prosecutor probing last summer's politics plays number read file charges against the caretaker prime minister and three former ministers the full of the most senior individuals to be indicted so far in the investigation which is being conducted in secrecy judge buddy someone filed the charges against her seventy up and former finance minister Ali Hassan Khalil as well as two former ministers of public works old fool which touch with Candice this negligence leading to death over the August fourth explosion at Beirut's pulls the incident led to more than two hundred deaths and injured thousands the explosion was caused by the ignition of a large stockpile of explosive material that had been stored at the port for six years near a heavily populated area top security officials and politicians knew about the stockpile and its whereabouts and did nothing about it I'm Karen Thomas

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Iran says US sanctions hinder access to COVID-19 vaccines

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Iran says US sanctions hinder access to COVID-19 vaccines

"Iran's president Hassan Rouhani says that U. S. sanctions are making it difficult for Iran to purchase medicines and health supplies from abroad including Kobe to nineteen vaccines needed to contain the worst outbreak in the Middle East president Donald trump's administration has imposed crippling sanctions on Iran's banking sector and it's vital oil and gas industry since unilaterally withdrawing the US from Iran's nuclear deal with world powers in two thousand and eighteen while the US insists the medicines and how many tearing goods are exempt from sanctions restrictions on trade have made many banks and companies across the world hesitant to do business with Iran fearing punitive measures from Washington I'm is area Sheckley

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Iran's parliament approves bill to suspend nuclear inspections

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:14 sec | 5 months ago

Iran's parliament approves bill to suspend nuclear inspections

"Iran's top political chamber is now given final approval to a bill forcing President Hassan Rouhani toe and international nuclear inspections unless key sanctions are lifted by February. This makes things tougher for incoming President

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Who killed Mohsen Fakhrizadeh?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:16 min | 5 months ago

Who killed Mohsen Fakhrizadeh?

"We start with breaking news. And iran's defense ministry has confirmed that one of the country's top nuclear scientists has been assassinated two diff- of muslim fucker. Saudi is very much proving to be one of those stories in which people will see whatever confirmations of their own prejudices and suspicions they wished to it might reasonably be argued that this description applies in the online epoch in particular to pretty much every story but it is especially the case with stories set in the middle east and which may would depending wh one prefers to believe may not involve israel. So it's best to start with what we know for certain. We know that molson fucker. Zodda was a renowned nuclear physicist a senior engineering of iran's nuclear program and a brigadier general in iran's islamic revolution regard core. He is believed to have been deleted of what was known as project amid the program. Iran established in the late nineteen eighty s to explore the prospects of iranian nuclear weapon and closed in two thousand three according to the international atomic energy agency. We know that he was killed. Last friday near absorbed a small town seventy kilometers east of tehran. And that he was buried with full state on. Who's on sunday law. Main hobby lobby. No optic not that big van owen ruling to the questions of precisely how he was killed by whom there is a bewildering smorgasbord of answers. While it seems clear enough that Was shot dead as the car in which he was. Travelling was the object of an ambush. There are conflicting reports of this assassination being conducted by a posse of live operators. Some of whom may or may not have died at the scene and or by some species of remote controlled weapon monotony iran bit who we bid and me. The enemies of iran have to know that the iranian nation and the country's officials a brave and intrepid enough to respond to this criminal action. As on a has dan in dommage in our yet caught on era by-pass off pigs around as to who might have done it. Iranian officialdom and iranian media have been quick to blame either israel or the mujahedeen e. Cock a curious cultish iranian rebel group which has been a persistent irritant to the islamic republic. And who currently appear to be based between iraq. France and albania. The has also been an amount of copy pasted umbrage directed at the united states or as president hassan rohani of iran prefers to address it the global arrogance on record. Israeli sources have feigned bafflement though the new york times has quoted an unnamed senior. Israeli official is suggesting that the world should thank israel. Four reside is demise. The mujahideen have been reticent. As of this broadcast the iran has yet to present any concrete evidence of their assertions. And if and when they do it will likely be impossible for any independent observers to verify them and iran does reflexively blame israel for pretty much anything it is only a couple of years since former head of iran's military major general signed fear is a body accused of running a network of spy lizards. But it's not like there isn't something of a circumstantial case to answer this year. Several sites in iran which might or might not have been related to iran's nuclear program was struck by explosions which did not appear coincidental and at least four other iranian. Nuclear scientists have met violent ends since two thousand ten to killed by car bombs one by a motorcycle. Bomb one shot dead. In most instances iran blamed israel and israel denied involvement while also making it as clear as it could be regarded even the faintest prospect of a nuclear armed iran as intolerable almost ziff inviting tehran to take the hint and a is at least arguable. Most infact saudis college was marked in two thousand eighteen when israeli intelligence highsted from a warehouse in tehran thousands of files pertaining to iran's nuclear program when israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu announced his feet. He mentioned zadeh by name. A key. part of the plan was to form new organizations to continue the work. This is how dr moosa farkas the of project about put remember that name a day so along with the questions of who and how there is another why in particular wine now whoever killed most fuck resolve will have known that iran would feel obliged to retaliate or at least threatened to retaliate. And that this would make any kind of diplomacy with tehran difficult. Whoever killed muslims will also have understood that a window to such engagement might have been about to open interior. Vashon sean medicare dishman salvage assassination shows. The enemies are experiencing anxious weeks feeling. That the pressure's fading away. And the world circumstances a change a heart. The camby share shadow. It's johnny you're gonna with the swearing in of a new american president who has sounded keen on returning the us to the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal with iran out of which the current president flounced of the possible consequences. All fockers ought is death to seem reasonably certain one that iran's nuclear ambitions whatever they may actually be will have been hinted at least some ought to that. Compromise with iran will be less likely someone somewhere will be considering this a win win

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"hassan" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

04:24 min | 7 months ago

"hassan" Discussed on FoodStuff

"I'm Laurin Vogel Bomb, and today we have an interview for you with how Hasan. Yes. She is the CEO and founder of boss boss Somali foods which makes these awesome hot sauces and recently on October thirteenth she debuted her first cookbook which was This absolutely gorgeous to east African cuisine. And, all of the the grandmothers behind it are BBC's and it's called in BB's kitchen and it's also co authored by Julia Tertia. And it was just a lovely conversation. I got some seasoning from Lauren out of it. That was delicious. A It's just a it's a really beautiful piece of work. Yeah yes. Oh my Gosh and the the last time that how I was on the show back in two thousand, eighteen she and and Julia were talking about equity at the table or eat, which is a project that that fights gender racial discrimination in the food industry by helping foster connections among among members of that community who've been historically at a disadvantage. Yeah and and you can see that. How important is to her in this book as well and IT'S I just looked out. It was set up where it's like context of where these recipes come from its history, and then you do have these interviews with these women. About What they grew up eating and what feels like home and what recipes Remind them of home. Yeah. An just these these stories in these voices that that we don't. We don't typically here especially here in the United States. Yeah and when asked about this book Halwa said my number one goal and all the work I do is preserving community through stories. No one was talking to older women about food no-one keeping those stories. One thing white people ask is how I found all these people I think that they don't understand the depth of community and what it means to share this book honors, these women and their stories through their recipes. These stories don't get told at this level if there is no personal connection, I hope that people walk away from the book and not only Cook for each other but are also inspired by what took place in this.

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"hassan" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

08:09 min | 7 months ago

"hassan" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

"We are joined with. Chris King and. I mean. Multi? Hyphen it. Is the best way to describe our guest how Hassan Are you still a model or you now is it called former model. I think now people would say I'm a former model because like. Is there a term because celebrity chef is a terrible term? So what do you mean like? What like what a model? What do you call yourself? You introduce yourself like, oh, I was a model or No never right. I just saw. Books. And that will. That's actually what I always do. Say I go I. You know people get really confused about what consumer packaged goods are, and so they're like what is the hat and I'm like hot sauce And then they get excited. Well you are. Also, you make a hot sauce and we want to talk about that and you are now a bona fide author. Right my first cookbook in BBC's kitchen is coming out shortly what's the date and comes out October thirteenth and you can pre-order it were any book is sold I'm sure absolutely. About the book you wrote. So indies kitchen is a book about recipes from the perspective of grandmothers, exploration of recipes stories, and it's based on eight African countries that touch the Indian Ocean. So the intent is to really bring the new home cook into what food from the continent looks like So it's a lot of just talking about capitalisation talking about recipes talking about the spice trade and we're doing it all from the perspectives of Nature Archies, which for me, our grandmother Geographic. I. Love that Geographic Organization of the eight countries that touch the Indian Ocean is that like does that feel like the unifying culinary thread to is that is that what connects those places? Right. So when you think about the Indian, ocean in the way that folks were able to enter the continent it always started at the tip which Eritrea than it carried all the way down to Madagascar and so ultimately what I was interested in doing outside of preserving these stories in these recipes was to really spell it out for the American reader for people in the West to say that Africa's not Monolithic I, know that you've heard about this thing is that far away place. But if you're familiar with the spice trading, you know about the Indian, ocean hear these countries that hug it, and here's the recipes of those countries. How can I ask how was the process of pitching this book and how long did it take you to be? Able to convince publish. It'd be like you need to make this book while a couple of years ago nothing like this was being done and so a lot of the feedback we got was. This is just too big of a project. Oh Africa's hard to sell, and so the way that even the proposal coach can we unpacked statement sorry to interrupt. I think that's A. We shouldn't move past this statement for any listener. Just. Remember what you just said Africa is hard to sell. Now if a publisher told me, Asian food is hard to sell I literally my not that I would buy initial thought would be I'm GONNA. Burn this fucking person's house down right? That's my anger would be so great or some imagine someone told you oh your. Cuisine your culture wherever you're from someone. Told You oh, you want to write about that or that's GONNA be too hard to sell. Of course, you would get upset right I mean like I don't know if that should be commonplace gloss over weight. Why? Why do you think in their perspective? It's hard to sell quote unquote. because. The people who are making the decisions are not reflective of the things that are that I'm trying to sell right so. What's what's up? On not reflective equals one. So I'm not people who look like me are not in these rooms and they're not the ones deciding right so they're leading with their ignorance. They're not even thinking about their audience they're not even they dumbed down their audience so much and they're leaving with their ignorance. So for them. Africa. Dust feel far away. They never I'm sure they've never outside of a cartoon movie heard of Madagascar. Right? They don't know. What the culture there is they don't know what the recipe is the ultimate in their mind they feel if I can't relate to this book, our reader won't be able to relate to it, and so again, that goes back to what I always talk about that the audience is not giving enough credit because the people who are leading the way ultimately are dumbing it down by choosing silly things for them to consume. That's really interesting. I think that what she said right there is. is, everything, right the the the publishers at the powers that be let's not just this is not restricted to book publishing a Cookbook publishing it all but it's assumed that the audience wouldn't care wouldn't WanNa know it doesn't sell it doesn't sell because nobody's ever tried to sell it before right? The audience maybe they WANNA see maybe they do wanna know and audiences need to be given like you said, they just need to be given more credit in a little bit. I'll tell you how it would sell. I'll tell you exactly how we all imagine of away that it would become a hot commodity. You. Somebody going to Madagascar that isn't of your culture or from Madagascar and of the countries, lining the Indian Ocean, and focusing on one or two things, and then writing a book about it but not really spend the time to understand it further and then putting a new name on it like sex dust. Manila magic. Like. Okay. Jaya's new Africa. And then it just goes bananas and then that's how it happens and I'll be honest. Maybe that's the only way for these narratives to actually gain mainstream attention I thought about this subject a lot. and. I really have come to this point where I'm sure I. don't even know if I will always agree with where I'm at right now. But I'm currently at a place where I feel like if you WANNA gain acceptance, it unfortunately has to go through that lowest common denominator. I. Word Hacks to be extracted. It has to be fucked up and has to also. Be appropriated because if you are of that culture, you're never going to want to promote it in that way. So forward to gain mainstream acceptance, it cannot be spoken about or educated initially from the person's or that cultures owned perspective it has to be done from somewhere else and I feel that there's enough data historically speaking to prove that that is actually true. Yeah I mean I. Think they one of the things that most Americans really understand very well, probably better than the rest of the world is capitalism right and so I know that one of the ways that African food in African products in books and stories will come to be his win white man start to develop condiments from the continent you know which is what I've been doing but. Ultimately, I think in thankfully for the moment that we're in a lot of ways I think what's really happening is is that folks are taking a step back and they're so scared to be called out that they're checking themselves like two years ago someone took me aside a trade show and set alumnae introduce you to the King of African condiments. He was a white boy from Brown and. That is not acceptable anymore at least from my perspective, right? Brown he's smart. He's probably very liberal. That's something. Introduce himself as the King of African know what they did. Notice that I already knew him and he had been asking me for advice on this new line of Communist that they were bringing about. He asked me how to have him out of bed come on. White Boys from Brown Selling Afrikaans art there. We might as well just name him now.

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"hassan" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

07:27 min | 8 months ago

"hassan" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"SMART Company. Now here's Musab Hassan the green prints. By the way initially, this is like one of the I've known you for a while and I feel like we go way back. But this is one of the hardest shows to book. Initially, you didn't even want to do it right your manager like couldn't reach you and or the book publisher I should say couldn't reach you. Can we talk about that a little bit? You know a I said what they had to say I don't like repetitions know just keep it a bit myself again, and again through a media outlets might publish. From, their point of view they want me to promote the book, which is a product for me. If I said something even to one person is already contributing consciousness to the world I don't need to would be two thousand times I take a break I. Think a step back evaluate my actions, evaluate my movement alone from my mistakes you know I'm not like a blogger or a politician or a religiously the Reno's like wants to control the Punch of sheep individual and respect my individuality sometimes I feel bankrupted there is nothing else to say. and. I just dwell into silence. You know I'm not afraid to say have nothing to say that was the truth. You know I hope that you take it. Personally I think no, it was great and I, think you're a great person than when time comes on so that you were like insisting you know that's Okay see maybe there's something. Well I appreciate that I mean you do have very strong beliefs and your story is really impressive because of that because you basically were put in a place where you had to correct me if I'm wrong here, you you almost had to trade your home to do what you thought was right Yo-. You had to trade your home in your family to do what you thought was right in the end not the only harm. In fact, I had to die to the old son I have to die to everything that I knew my friends to my family to my culture, my society in my securities, all of them everything I knew all the knowledge that they had. Of the sudden had to choose between that, all the things that any rarely useless and I walk into the unknown not knowing what's GonNa be next what's going to be tomorrow and that's all for the sake of my year trade them not to be enslaved. To expectations of a certain society on a certain group of people including my own parents. I don't want to say that this is the ultimate prize had to go through a lot from torture to a like literally death. You know my heart stop the level of pressure that they had to go through my heart stop for approximately thirty seconds was the human beings cannot make it back in. This is the level of trust that was gone through. Whose family it was home to lose my sense of security my sense of being which practically now I know that it was just a false sense of being. Let's start from the beginning because a lot of people don't really know. Your story of course, but they also don't necessarily know what how massive can you explain what it is for people who've maybe never heard of it or only heard of it on the news how mass is an? Islamic. Movement. Like on the car the. Bond La jihadists understood those groups of course it has a 'cause. It has a national 'cause has a religious 'cause. Now, the United States of America and the rest of the free world actually Hamas terrorist organization. My father is one of the founding members of Hamas in the seven. Founders Hamas at some point was my project. Hamas for us was everything. For me as a person who was born in the heart of Hamas leadership and wins Thomas Evolution from the moment establishment to the point where became an army and a main player in the stability of the East region it fascinates. I cannot even say what Hamas is is Hamas nineteen, Eighty, seven, the I was born or is it Thomas two, thousand three killing thousands of people sending dozens of suicide bombers is a Thomas the political movement or is it Tamazight religious movement is a it's a month when you say that it's a monster, I mean I want to get into the. Lucien of this I actually, of course I've read the book I watched the movie will link to those things in the show notes as well. You grew up with HAMAS throwing roxette convoys, Israel, lead convoys, and things like that. Your Dad was in Hamas your grandfather was in a mess. What was your turning point where you realize like Oh, I'm in the middle. Of this organization I mean I. Know When you were young the police the Israeli soldiers I should say came to your House to talk to your dad for five minutes was that story the beginning of your experience it almost seems as you tell it in the book that that's the beginning of what you realize. Oh, this is a real thing that I'm. In here this is like a family legacy that's pretty serious. First of all, my father was arrested by Israeli forces many times. It was just released the few weeks ago. He spent more than twenty five years in Israeli prisons and the tribunal I grew up where a punch of uniform soldiers considered by the Palestinian society might society them as the enemy the occupier? We did not like them actually we hated them and we want them dead and for that. They would come the my father and his other Hamas. And other Palestinian factions. It was a war zone. You know not only arrested my father. We're not talking about like you know the police coming into some protesters house and them in California you know we're still can about army coming into the house rivals pointing at the everybody sometimes there was shooting and sometimes that was clashes outside sometimes sugar got shot sometimes Ilgar is got. Thousands of people died during the first specimen father and I was living just right next to the cemetery of the town which as a child at the age of ten I witness, the burial of dozens, hundreds of people on daily basis. You know the body's just kept coming coming coming of course, talking about threats now sounds exaggerating but like even. For me right now it's very hard to believe that I had to go through that to see the human pro-taliban. It's not as simple as just like, no, the dog my daddy you know away. You know on the child now have some prejudices. Were talking about hard core human ugly side. You know as ugly as it can get with everybody's living in fear where everybody wants to shoot everybody where everybody's trapping everybody. So in this chaos. Chaos where the truth is lost, where where tried on asleep the no. A better. Chore. My father was the truth and what to do with those uniform soldiers coming into the house to just my father and of course, any trial if you went in my position,.

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"hassan" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:12 min | 8 months ago

"hassan" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"We what the Republicans do very very well is they demonize ups and they're able to do so with you know. Socialism that's all they gotta say, and then for some reason, we're afraid like, oh no well, you know there's a lot of things that a social policies social policies in this country like for example, the military, the police, the fire department, and so what they are very good at that and tell us a little bit about something you're setting up for more for the future. Talk about this pack that you were telling me about earlier. Yeah, absolutely. So what we're what we found when we're working with a lot of the candidates in rural America, there's two things that they need one is money. Everyone's going to always tell us money fine. It is everybody's GonNa say that from the Biden campaign on down. But what they also need is resources You know it's it's difficult to find campaign staffers and things like that to go out into parts of rural America to really help these candidates get get on their feet. So, what we've decided to do myself in our national spokesperson Richard. Odette Jada. Is launch a pack that no dumb left behind pack where the is this, we want to be able to train young people young staffers in terms of how to effectively run and operate a campaign in rural. America. So that when we start seeing the candidates that we WANNA get behind the community leaders, the veterans, the the high, the high school coaches and teachers. That, we want to support. What we could do is we already have a well-equipped staffer that we could send to them so that they could really guide them on their journey to running public office and we feel like that's something that really. We need to address, and if we're able to do a central location where training, these folks were able to get everybody excited about going out there we do a lot of damage that's I think that's a really incredible and worthwhile effort and I really appreciate you coming on and speaking with us today we've had one of your candidates on our show on our flip blue segment MIA Mason? Wonderful candidate and I I really appreciate what you're doing I. I would like to talk off line later about some of the other candidates maybe we can get on this platform to discuss what they're doing the specific needs districts in how you know how we can help and speaking of how we can help how can folks find you and what you're doing. Yeah no left behind dot com, you'll be able to. Learn. A little bit about the candidates and what the work that they're doing and obviously on twitter and D.. L. Be Twenty twenty. Look us up on facebook But yeah, the website is a great resource because you get to see the candidates you get to see. You know how many were supporting what the issues that they're running on and how you get involved. Awesome. I. Really. Appreciate you coming on today everybody executive director of no left behind Hassan. Martini. Thanks for speaking with me today. Absolutely pleasure. Thank you and we'll be right back with the good news from AIMEE Carrero. Everybody that's Ag and we all know our health is the most valuable thing we have. Especially nowadays, we're all focusing on.

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"hassan" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

Mouse and Weens

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"hassan" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

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"hassan" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

13:58 min | 1 year ago

"hassan" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Now Stephen Harrison is convinced that President Donald Trump has many of the same attitudes and behaviors and use as many of the same methods as cult leaders and he just released his latest book called. The cult of trump. A leading cult expert explains how the president uses his mind control. So Stephen hasn't joins me here on the show to talk about cults about cult leaders called followers and of course about Donald all trump steve. It's good to have you on the show. Thanks for coming. It's a pleasure thank you. Let's start with a resume for my listeners. Who are not familiar with your work and you give us just a Snapshot Snapshot of your background and a cult and how you came to study colts? Sure I'm sixty five years old when I was eighteen. I was recruited by Women flirting with me at Queens College. New York And they were recruiters for the Moon Colt. I grew up in a conservative Jewish family family and was not interested in changing groups or religions at all. I wound up being persuaded. That moon was the Messiah. Yeah ten times greater than Jesus or any other spiritual leader in the world was GONNA come to an end as we know it and was convinced. The Drop Pat's college quit my job. Donate my bank accounts and Dow before with the Korean Messiah. Some young moon I've spend two and a half years in the colts. I was promoted. Pretty high up for an American I fell asleep at the wheel of a fundraising man and nearly died. died as I drove into the back of a tractor trailer truck in nineteen seventy six Resulting in surgery and hospital. That'll stay and visiting my sister who I hadn't seen in over a year and then my family pounds and programs me from the moonies and and that took five days and when I woke up and realized that moon wasn't from the Cya I wanted to understand. How did I adopt off these crazy? Beliefs started studying the psychology of brainwashing mind control coercive persuasion. They've no SIS and in Nineteen eighty-five became a mental health professional and they've gone onto off their four books on the subject helping people from a variety righty of different colts Including Colts personality or multi-level Marketing Colts Political called therapy. He called for large group awareness. Chaining the whole issue for me is undue influence our unethical influence that makes people disconnect next from their minds from their conscience from their creativity and often from their family and friends who are trying to say esteem. Wake Up. This is not good. Do you think there's something about some people. At least not all that makes us want others authority figures to do the thinking for us. You know to pat us on the head and tell us it's going to be okay and and just sort of hand as our lives identities future. I do think there's something to that. Yeah absolutely so I have Kind of Psychology orientation and I studied developmental psychology as well as clinical psychology and social psychology. But we were all children once and we all you know every every single one of us as as little kids wanted to believe that the world was just wanted to believe Mommy and daddy couldn't answer all of our questions and keep us safe and the world would be idealistic and then we grow up and we realize that no parents encircle odd. The world is not just terrible. Things happen to good people and Part of growing up is is being able move to you. Know have have faith in yourself and the goodness of others while also navigating and protecting yourself from people who are looking to do you harm. That said I can tell you if you were raised in a family where you were told to obey or parents blindly and even corporately punished if you didn't you're going to have a very different brain development than a family that is is encouraging you to be curious and adventurous is explaining to you rather than physically punishing you if you do something. That's that's hurtful or breaking the rules It's a very different brain chemistry and for people who were raised in a more authoritarian. You know just total obedience mode. That wiring is still in our brains so it makes all of us susceptible to someone coming along to be that big daddy figure or mommy figure who's going to say everything's going to get fixed. I can explain it all trust me so I think that's a factor. I also can say that people go through situational longer abilities where they can be taken over by a cold group through such as death of a loved one illness Moving to a new city city state or country Graduating graduating losing a job. Something that set you off balance is another way. People can get the separately recruited into destructive cults. What do you mean by destructive destructive cult? Can you define for US sure so I have in my work. developed an influence continuum and Because we're on the radio I would have your listeners just See a kind of continuum on the left side ethical influence And on the right side of the continuum unethical were destructive influence And within within that continuum on the left side there's things like unconditional love and conscience and creativity and humor and free will and critical thinking. And what I referred to as an authentic self That's curious and adventurous and once the grow wants to have good relationships on the contribute attribute on the unethical side and or destructive cult side of things of pseudo identity. That's in the image of the co-leaders is developed and love is conditional upon being obedience and doctrine is expected to be followed not conscience. And where there's there's fear and guilt and essentially dependency and obedience and punishment. If you're not so for me with my frame frame the way I think about the world there. There are colts on constructive. Benign even productive side of the continuum so the people who are like really big sports fans or really into a certain music group or Whatever that you're free to to come and go you're free to read whatever you want to read talk to whoever you want to talk to It's not intruding. Your core sense of self or are your your ability to make decisions for yourself as an adult whereas the destructive cult all of those things are at the hands of whoever the authority figure is or the ideology of the call that you're involved with. You mentioned the image of the cult leader. I know the moonies had sung. Yung Moon the Peoples Temple. Apple had Jim Jones Heaven's Gate had Marshall Applewhite the branch Davidians had David Koresh. These are charismatic. Human cornerstones for lack of a better word but for the organizations they've found it does. The model of a destructive cult usually revolve around his single charismatic figure often but not always and I want to just say to your listeners. The Way I think about it there are political culture there because or large group awareness training cult not adjust religious cults. But that said the person who's in the front or at the head of the essentially authoritarian structure is calling all the shots and in the unhealthy groups. There's no room for criticism. Excuse me Sir you just lied you know. If the person's punished kicked out immediately of a destructive cult where is an a healthy organization the leader Peter Wants to hear from from other Some leaders and even from rank and file members and is willing to say oops I got it wrong or and and be accountable and transparent so that there are checks and balances and such before I get into the subject of your new book. I WanNa talk about about the bite model which is arguably what you're most known for here at reference. We've referenced it here on the show quite a bit. Can you explain the bite model for us when it comes to colts. Yeah sure I would start by just saying the model that helps me wake up from. The moonies was a model by Robert Jay. Lifton who in his nineteen sixty one book reform and the psychology of totalism was describing Chinese communist brainwashing and he had an eight eight Criteria model which frankly was Not that easy to understand or explain and then I then. I learned earn Margaret Singer's model and Louis wests model and they'd be shines model. They were all military intelligence studying chains communist brainwashing. And so what I realized. Is You know what I read the book by Leon Festinger. When prophecy fails we came up with the theory called cognitive kind of dissonance theory and he said we have thoughts feelings and behaviors and we as humans? If we change one the other two will shift shift to reduce dissonance. 'cause humans don't like conflict we want to have some continuity and those those made a lot of senses organizing organizing principles thought control and and behavior control in emotional control but it was missing a major piece which I realize is was information control because in my experience no one joins destructive cult. There deceptively recruited either by Information being withheld or distorted or through outright lies so in a legal term. There's no informed consent so I took you know the Thought Control Behavior Control Information and emotional control and rope combating mind fine control in nineteen eighty eight my first book and then a few years later a friend of mine. Buddy Martin said you know if you change the order you can in Kuala the bite mark with the be first and then. It people remember it. So I think him I. In credit him for Saint Change Ancient Order of the four components and by Stanford. Forgive me bites. Ask for what my politics behavior. Control is the B. So I look at sleep deprivation for example or Chink requirement for clothing or food reporting ah to others rewards and punishments. So there's a lot of fame your old things that destructive called school will use the I. He is information control deceptive. Recruitment information is different. From the inside I would portray to the outside of the group information different within the pyramid inside the organization. People are are asked to spy on each other turn each other in any information that shed with them about your past. Maybe use the manipulate you. So there's a whole laundry list of behavior control all information. The troll thought control emotional control variables that I say the more. That's going on in a particular case If the result the oldest creating a dependent obedient pseudo identity. That's kind of like in the image of the leader clone of the leader. Then I say hey that is that is the epitome of destructive mind control cults the thought control as black and white US versus them good versus evil thinking members of top thought stopping to shut down any any negative thoughts. There's load language to shut down in in critical thinking and with emotional control. You're made to feel special and chosen like you're GonNa see the world but mostly it's about guilt manipulation collation and the're manipulation with the biggest technique a law is what I call phobia indoctrination which is is the implementation of irrational fears. That if you don't do what the leader tells you or what the ideology tells you to terrible things are GonNa GonNa Happen to you and you lose your soul. You'll burn in hell. You'll be possessed by demons you'll be hit by a car..

"hassan" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"hassan" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Top level replay with there's this pool of blood next to has saw fallen body and they're going to strap him to a her wheel amounted to an ambulance i mean chart me up here we have rid the wwe of these evil sympathizers and the character known as muhammed hassan is gone i mean you knew right here that's it too much blowback let's just scrap it let's just have delivered to the fans what we said we were going to do but let's just kill him in point there you go sometimes you just gotta move on meltzer wrote a barrage of mainstream media criticism led upn demanding ww keep mohammed hassan character off their network wwe subsequently appears to have killed off character entirely assigned just three weeks ago had been pencilled in as batista's challenger at summer slam with rumors circulated they were considering giving him the world title now he's being sent back to lovie wb repackaged or perhaps released now we're gonna talk about all the other stuff just a minute but i was mohammed hassan and i know we talked about this a lot and you say oh well that's what they thought they heard but when you really look at who all masamune muhammed assigned had been working with hogan sina austin foley undertaker sean it does feel like okay fuck i could see them going with this and that's real heat or whatever was it discussed hey we're gonna put i'm in a world title match with batista summer slam and what if he became the champion absolutely it was that was the plan we were going with batista and there was discussion had not been decided yet whether or not to put the championship on him but we did talk about what if and that some 'em bitch running around with the wwe championship hell yeah is it true that in the end you know if upn would have been okay with mcmahon what a continued or did he see enough of the mainstream heat from everywhere espn fox news.

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"hassan" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"hassan" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"On the march twenty first raw shawn michaels has shown in the back in a suit getting ready to leave the arena mohammed hassan comes and walks by and says he deserves to be wrestlemainia there are a lot of like the both faced adversity but showing knows nothing of what has gone faces day in day out and sean says what he doesn't like is that hassan claims he deserves everything but he's earned nothing the next week and his home state they'll go one on one and he'll see why they call him mr wrestlemania so why was the sign but with showing in the go home raw for wrestlemania get people talking to get ratings while you go march i mean that that's that is it in a nutshell and to be able to you know you're you're in texas man put him out there and get that exposure baby so let's talk about it we've got a match the next week march twenty eighth assigned comes down for his mind's against michaels but he gets on a mike and he says i don't know what people are screaming about we're six days away and i have six more days to face the prejudice and the bigotry of wrestlemania twenty one i've not been pinned on raw and still i'm excluded from the biggest show of the year and he's going to be taken on sean of course you've comes out and they have a strong match it goes around twelve minutes or so michaels setting them up for the sweep jin music when kurt angle comes in an attack on the calls the hugh which just furthers wrestlemainia twenty one i mean there's no chance that is on was going over here it was just a way to tease the big match and setup wrestlemainia little further right expose both guys till's to great stories at one time with great match and i think that boosted hassan's stock being in the ring with shawn michaels let's get to wrestlemania twenty one he doesn't have a match on the card which is kinda surprising guess considering how long this character has been built up here's what killer wrote of what happened eugene walked out to the ring zero reaction he jumped up and down and said i can't believe i'm at wrestlemania said it was a second favorite wrestlemainia moment ever his favorite was we king kong bundy body slammed a little person he said the good and bad little people formed an army and attacked bundy and muhammed has sign and vara then walk out in the all white garb and they rent about not being part of wrestlemainia and they're gonna make their own wrestlemainia moment and they attack eugene and put them in the camel clutch so of course whole cogan makes the save all red and yellow he beats up a saw in place of the crowd and jr screaming this is a wrestlemainia moment he tosses a saw over the top rope davar his hogan the back with a chair hogan no sales then beats up vary there's him over the top rope and it's doing the posing again would you think of this wrestlemania any moment does it get any bigger than being in the ring at wrestlemainia with hulk hogan no well there you go so the promo the promo all the way up is not arrests mating i'm not arrest made and i'm not at wrestlemania i'm not wrestlemainia which means i'm going to be a wrestlemainia and then to get the spotlight of all spotlights get your ass kicked by hulk hogan wrestlemainia great shit of course mark talked about this and he says how do you answer that this is what got me in wrestling i remember hulk slamming andre the giant the silver dome it was the highlight a mockery or i've worked with tremendous talents shawn michaels chris jericho kane the undertaker but this is whole cogan not to take anything away from those guys but it's whole cogan the moment in msg when hulk hogan save shawn michaels i learned the meaning of the term blew the roof off the building the center that ring it felt like we were lifting off the ground he was laid back cool great to work with i've heard bad stories about him but i have not one negative thing to say about him what advance think of this segment obviously even though it does feel like you know it's not standard fare for wrestlemainia this gets both guys over in a big way oh my god please see hold back in wwe braying and.

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"hassan" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"hassan" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Can get your book and he's even doing them autographs so check that out if you haven't already he's going to be a star cast and it was like everybody and their brother is there but who won't be there as mr muhammed hassan and that's or covering today on today's episode i have a feeling a lot of people are pretty nervous about this episode today your thoughts i don't know why many we'd be nervous about it it's wrastling angle wrassling characters and talking about real live man so yes something to be nervous about the need to go find a mirror look inside explain why the hell you're nervous so let's talk about the man behind mohammed hassan because really people only know about the character what can you tell us about the man behind the character we'll play by joan by the name of more caponi and mark was a wrestler that was in the developmental territory in ohio valley wrestling he did come in and he was one of those young guys worked as but off had a good look had a good body busted his ass that's really bad all i knew about him anyway he was just well as young guys that was down a developmental have good luck as from north syracuse high school he graduated in ninety eight and he was born in november of eighty one and then he goes on to college and ultimately decides you know what i want to drop out of college and pursue a career in the wrassling business we wants up in ohio valley wrestling now to and eventually makes his debut later no to as mark magnus what was the rap on mark magnus when you first heard about this young upstart you know just just young guy kind of had the teen idol look i guess about him you young good looking guy typically he's a baby face mother fucker with good look you've got the a baby face the girls will love him so that was that was the essential rap he wasn't was an extraordinarily big guy wasn't extraordinaire didn't have a unique look really a unique story to him and kind of average really well here's the deal he he wants up working with a lot of talent names you would recognize johnny jeeter shelton benjamin red dog david flared the disciples of san chris cage there is a tone of talent in lovie w even goss like nick dinsmore who recently hit us up on twitter to say hey i'm just now listening to the archives and wwe does not own eugene so our apologies apparently in an episode from year or two ago you may have referenced the character is being a wbz creation but apparently nick is proud that he owns the gene character he may he may own the name now that was definitely a wwe creation though well one hundred percent while there you go was like we've got another twitter for you go and tell i won't get it a few but he may own the name now he may have got it we may let the let the name goes trademarks go what have you may never even trademarked it but the gimmick in the whole thing about it that was that was us he becomes the lovie w heavyweight champion in october of two thousand three a couple of months later he loses the belt and a three.

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"hassan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"hassan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Millennials are acting just like their parents and every other generation they wants of space they're getting married they're having kids at a very rapid rate and they want a one and a driveway in a pool all that and they're willing to live a way out if they have to because they don't want to be stuffed in a condo it says above this is from the communist hassan acrossha millennials are actually behaving the same way as baby boomers they are moving to the suburbs and actually owning a car no no they're a gas now only anticar p laura gangs you see how nuts these bureaucrats are they had convinced themselves that somehow an entire generation was not going to drive a car in southern california because they're millennials and millennials are differ doshi dealt the really different the different the different they're not going to get married uh they're not gonna have kids they're going to live in tiny little condos they're not gonna drive cars they're gonna take bikes and they're gonna they're gonna go to environmentally conscious grocery story is like no they're not they're going to act like everybody else human nature doesn't change i can't tell you how many how many ridiculous arguments i have heard about will millennials are going to be diff no they're not nobody's different if you look at your life your very you have a life pretty close to your parent's life the months not forget the factor that california began allowing illegal immigrants to get driver's licenses that makes it a little easier and less risky to now finally have your own car this study said that hooper and lift didn't play that much of a factor in this city of the gas prices him really was just about lowinterest loans help.

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"hassan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"hassan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Millennials are acting just like their parents and every other generation they wants of space they're getting married they're having kids at a very rapid rate and they want a one and a driveway in a pool all that and they're willing to live a way out if they have to because they don't want to be stuffed in a condo it says above this is from the communist hassan acrossha millennials are actually behaving the same way as baby boomers they are moving to the suburbs and actually owning a car no no they're a gas now only anticar p laura gangs you see how nuts these bureaucrats are they had convinced themselves that somehow an entire generation was not going to drive a car in southern california because they're millennials and millennials are differ doshi dealt the really different the different the different they're not going to get married uh they're not gonna have kids they're going to live in tiny little condos they're not gonna drive cars they're gonna take bikes and they're gonna they're gonna go to environmentally conscious grocery story is like no they're not they're going to act like everybody else human nature doesn't change i can't tell you how many how many ridiculous arguments i have heard about will millennials are going to be diff no they're not nobody's different if you look at your life your very you have a life pretty close to your parent's life the months not forget the factor that california began allowing illegal immigrants to get driver's licenses that makes it a little easier and less risky to now finally have your own car this study said that hooper and lift didn't play that much of a factor in this city of the gas prices him really was just about lowinterest loans help.

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"hassan" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"hassan" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Yeah now what is it you are just hoping changing and visit it doesn't matter never well know hassan another university great great evenly oh good morning yup what why oh one every oh wii hey yeah yeah i love my hair.

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"hassan" Discussed on Invisibilia

Invisibilia

01:51 min | 5 years ago

"hassan" Discussed on Invisibilia

"Hurt and were you experiencing like a cognitive dissonance where you're like one frame another frame one frame another frame you know what i mean he uh i struggle with it i'm being honest with you i i struggle with both of these things because it's like i still experience problems in fact a lot of hassan's work most of his oneman show for instance is about how racism has messed with them left him feeling like he wasn't good enough the third grade or is this a fire rosanna since i i would you want be new grow up some kids like islands i wanna be an agenda because what i wanna be an nba player as i only why would you mean as i want this are my skin so in his comedy her son clearly feels the need to call out and confront racism in this country but the blatant in the more subtle forms of it to throw stereotypes back at white america that show the entitled way whites move through the world wiz most of us don't even see i have this sort of joke i kinda amina whereas like i'm fighting for a world honestly were my kids and children can have the same confidence white people have when they dance to ever see no serious to not on rhythm they're kinda making up as they go along with the sheer confidence of course i should be dancing in the middle of the dance floor in what is rhythm what does matter and what i watch white people do that and i go that's why you guys were able to run the world that's what colonialism that's how twelve people from britain came over to india and relic it's our country we're going to just run it that is so that's what hassan is talking publicly still privately.

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