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Peter Daszak: The Man Behind Anthony Fauci

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:51 min | 4 d ago

Peter Daszak: The Man Behind Anthony Fauci

"We are governed by currently in this era of public health. Put that in quotes lockdowns and draconian drank draconian ism by a group of people that was largely unknown a couple of years ago but they have come to the forefront and have more power than any other people in the history of domestic american policy. One of those people is dr peter desk. Dr peter dasent is the villain behind the villain. Is the man behind foudy. Now many people ask the question. How is it that they spied on. Donald trump the same playbook that they used spy on donald trump. And go after lieutenant general. Michael flynn is precisely the same playbook that they use to launch this fraudulent campaign saying that the chinese corona virus came from the himalayas. It came from some bat soup. I'm reading from the daily mail dot com. It was revealed earlier last year. That peter desk a british scientists with longstanding links to the wuhan institute of variety had secretly orchestrated in landmark statement in the lancet in february two thousand twenty which attacked conspiracy theories suggesting the cove in one thousand nine does not have a natural origin. The now infamous letter signed by twenty-seven seven public health experts said they stood together to strongly condemn the theories that which they said quote do nothing but create fear rumours and prejudice. See that there. You have medical scientists telling us that it creates prejudice. They also lavished praise on chinese scientists. Who said they worked. Diligently and effectively to rapidly identified a pathogen behind this outbreak and share. Their results transparently the global health community. But now the lancet which is the top level of medical discourse and publication said near agreeing to publish an alternative commentary which discusses the possibility that laboratory research might have played a role in the emergence of the sars kobe to ouchi chinese corona virus. The scientists say quote. They need to evaluate all the hypotheses on a rational basis and away their likelihood based on facts evidence devoid speculation concerning potential and possible political impacts in february two thousand twenty. They even add that that statement in part of a silencing effect on the wider scientific debate. Yeah no kidding. Because peter dasent inserted themselves under orders from bouchier he is the pulp fiction equivalent of mr wolf.

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Mark Levin on California Recall Election: California Is 'Ungovernable' Under Newsom

Mark Levin

01:38 min | Last week

Mark Levin on California Recall Election: California Is 'Ungovernable' Under Newsom

"There's a couple ways to look at this and they're not mutually exclusive. The vote in California was a disaster. For California. It was a disaster for the people of California. Those who want to be free Those who believe in Private property rights. Those who believe in capitalism and those who want to be left alone. And so the enemy has taken over California. California is the bluest blue states. So it was a huge defeat for those who believe in liberty in our form of government, those who believe in tyranny In centralized totalitarian ism, Massive tax increases, open borders and the rest you want. You won And so California is now an ungovernable. Impossible state. That's number one. Number two. I want to thank those of you who fought You are the great Patriots. Against all odds. You stood up. Then you fought And I've been saying behind this microphone for years, almost two decades when people say Mark. I don't think we can win or Mark. What do you think is going to happen? What do I say? Mr Producer Fight. Fight. No need to predict outcomes. Fight.

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Bezosism: The Way Amazon Uses Tech to Squeeze Performance out of Workers

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:06 min | Last week

Bezosism: The Way Amazon Uses Tech to Squeeze Performance out of Workers

"You think your boss is watching you at work. Monitoring your every move well if your manager is a series of cameras sensors and algorithms. Then you're not wrong. And that may also mean you work at an amazon fulfillment center. The company known for the detailed tracking of packages and user. Information is also tracking the movements of workers at its warehouses looking to precisely measure efficiency and increase productivity wall street. Journal's tech columnist christopher mims calls this bazo schism named after amazon founder jeff bezos. He's got an upcoming book about it called arriving today from factory to front door why everything is changed about how and what we buy any joins me now. Hi christopher hay zoey. Thanks for having me so christopher you coined the term bazo schism. What exactly does that mean so. Basis ism is the combination of sensors and software to measure. How well somebody is doing their job. And then use software which has of course logic or an algorithm in it which was defined by an engineer. Somewhere to then tell that worker okay. You're doing a good job or you're not doing a good job or you need to be doing this differently. And so bazo. Schism or management by algorithm or management by software. At the end of the day it is just about creating a set of rules and then handing it to a machine to enforce those roles so the person's boss is software. Okay can you tell us about some of those metrics. That amazon is gathering maybe give an example of how one of them works so the primary metric is just the rate at which somebody is doing something so the amount of time it takes them to complete any of the relevant tasks picking items off the shelf scanning them. Dropping him in a bin is their rate. So it's a very basic metric. It measures the one sort of performance. That bams on really cares about

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Are Amazon's Algorithm Bosses Coming to Your Workplace Next?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:37 min | Last week

Are Amazon's Algorithm Bosses Coming to Your Workplace Next?

"You think your boss is watching you at work. Monitoring your every move well if your manager is a series of cameras sensors and algorithms. Then you're not wrong. And that may also mean you work at an amazon fulfillment center. The company known for the detailed tracking of packages and user. Information is also tracking the movements of workers at its warehouses looking to precisely measure efficiency and increase productivity wall street. Journal's tech columnist christopher mims calls this bazo schism named after amazon founder jeff bezos. He's got an upcoming book about it called arriving today from factory to front door why everything is changed about how and what we buy any joins me now. Hi christopher hay zoey. Thanks for having me so christopher you coined the term bazo schism. What exactly does that mean so. Basis ism is the combination of sensors and software to measure. How well somebody is doing their job. And then use software which has of course logic or an algorithm in it which was defined by an engineer. Somewhere to then tell that worker okay. You're doing a good job or you're not doing a good job or you need to be doing this differently. And so bazo. Schism or management by algorithm or management by software. At the end of the day it is just about creating a set of rules and then handing it to a machine to enforce those roles so the person's boss is

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China is Courting the Taliban: What Do Islam and Communism Have in Common?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:51 min | 2 weeks ago

China is Courting the Taliban: What Do Islam and Communism Have in Common?

"What do islam and communism have in common. Of course they're very different. And i completely agree but they do have some common elements even historically in the bolshevik revolution in the early nineteen hundreds they found camaraderie but also the fact is different as they are. They both operate under the idea that there is a totalitarian mindset that if you don't succumb to radical islam or toco and ism the power of the state that ultimately you will face pressure economic pressure or he'll be killed and i began to think when the book revelation talks about how those who don't receive the mark of the beast and i don't want to get into speculation why that is but it says that they will be beheaded think about it what modern religion or religious institution still infamously beheads. People that disagree or don't succumb to their authority. chris. Forgive me for interrupting. But i don't remember the scripture that it says the people will be beheaded actually says that we'll talk about that they would give their head. Yes and i wish. I had the verse in front of me. I didn't people can look it up. It's fascinating i mean. I know but i hadn't heard that okay so you know. Obviously everybody knows understands anybody that's seen You know the videos of isis radical islam. That's one of the main methods of Punishment that they inflict Upon people who go against them and so that's what communism and radical islam have in common is if you do not totally submit or totally succumb totally pay legions to those two systems. One religious one political. It's total dominance and even brutal brutality. And so i saw this july twenty third and the twenty fourth. There was no evidence at the time. that this was happening and i shared it with a few people. And what was interesting. Eric and people can look this up if they want to google it. Or whatever by the twenty ninth of july twenty twenty one. They were already news articles. That were coming out that were saying. Why has the chinese government invited taliban leaders to sit down for talks. Why in even since the fall of Of afghanistan there have been all kinds of articles mainstream media articles written about this strange bizarre connection in china and the taliban and watch china's interest with afghanistan.

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Should We Have an American History Month?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Should We Have an American History Month?

"The fourth of july you know. I just felt compelled to start an american history month on a local kind of discourse. And just because i felt left out of all the history months So i i don't know if you wanna touch on that you maybe your take on you know trying to nationalize that as an american history month you know. Just bring everybody together rather than divide us spy individuality of individual heritage first of all. Thank you for calling. And i love jacksonville. Florida it's great. I want to say you're exactly right we have. Lgbt pride month we have black history month. We have all these different. Social awareness causes what used to be. Kind of an american pride month used to be july fourth which was the founding of our nation july second but july second third and fourth the founding of our nation which of course now has a competitor with june eighteenth. We went all in on that particular issue and we were vindicated as people were canceling the july fourth parade. And we're highlighting out of a black power parade. Can't wait for that news cycle to come back again. We will be proven right on that as we said we have a summertime competitor against july fourth independence day that abraham lincoln had four score and seven years ago. Our forefather's sought nation. He pointed directly july. For seventeen seventy six. Because he knew that day was the day that self government went from an idea to a reality. That's a big deal a deal for all human beings. The declaration of independence is a moral document. Make some moral claim that when in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people dissolve ties with that of another goes on to say but among these are life liberty and the pursuit of happiness the laws of nature and nature's god. They are appealing to a natural law principle. It's incredibly important. And i want to just say that. I wish we had a country that could unite on universal american principles but we are now gone into sectarianism. Identity. -tarian ism which does not take a lot of sophistication.

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Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?

"Only thing i'm saying is when you're teaching history to a bunch of kids you know you have to teach at all at least you have to teach the basic pointers and for black americans. The history of this country has been less than favourable. So i think that in the context of that discussion saying and to this day. We still have some problems with race. There are some legacies of slavery that still affect black people working on it today. Something like that. That's a kind of racial ization that i'm in favor of because it doesn't encourage stereotyping. It doesn't encourage discrimination. It just encourages a base awareness of some serious problems. So but that's not happening right. Is that largely what we're seeing through school districts like chicago And in washington. Dc and the entire california school system representing ten thousand schools and six million student. I've seen the of documents on those. Yeah it is that it. It doesn't have that kind of nuance and complexity that you just present right where it's eight. Let me just say this has that part of the kind of ark angel triumphant of the woke ism. Coalition is nicole. Hannah jones robin diangelo. Mex- and nicole hannah jones in particular right the author of the sixteen nineteen project She heretical says that america was founded on slavery. Right and so part okay with that but it's just not true. Depends on what you mean by found this. She defines this. She says the founding fathers were in favorite not true. George washington wasn't john adams wasn't john quincy. Adams wasn't thomas jefferson even signed a moratorium new slaves coming into the united states ben franklin chair and anti-slavery convention in seventeen seventy five. None of these guys were writing x. Positionally how wonderful slavery. This isn't being taught to third graders sixteen nineteen projects little new york op. Ed and you know it's not a see that's where you're wrong. The sixty nineteen projects being implemented at school district curriculum in thousands of school districts across grew. Cross it's not just like a podcast. This curriculum there are principles of the sixteen nineteen project that i think are defensible. First of all we as americans tend to think of the founding of our country as its legal founding. You know but the legal. Founding of the united states didn't really mean much for a slave.

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American Academy of Neurology Open Themselves for a Lawsuit

Mark Levin

01:31 min | 3 weeks ago

American Academy of Neurology Open Themselves for a Lawsuit

"So Going to train people you see, now they're going to feel better. Look, we trained people. You should see, we have changed the wording What word you can and cannot use. I mean, we're going to take bold action around here at the Academy of Of, uh Neurology. Should be the Academy of narcissism. But what do I know? And she read that the way uh Secretary of state blinking red his video on his video. Obviously, with a lot of passion, none. And so the academy, the American Academy of Neurology, where there's obviously deep rooted racism, sexism. All kinds of ISMs. Uh, is obviously a hotbed of white supremacy. And white domination because they need to train their people. What's known as ideas. Apparently there, hasn't it? You know what? It's a perfect lawsuit. If you've been working at the American Academy of Neurology Have a perfect lawsuit. Because only now are they getting around to inclusion? Diversity Equity, anti racism, social justice also known as ideas. Only now, are they getting around to treat other people as human beings? Isn't that what you get out of this rich? So bring your

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A Lifetime of Lymphedema

Lymphedema Podcast

03:17 min | Last month

A Lifetime of Lymphedema

"My journey with lymphoma over the past twenty four years has been a complex emotional convoluted just rollercoaster That has occurred as i said before my lymphoma was onset from infancy because of male video. Actually i was emergency. Section baby Since my lymphatic system had not formed properly in the womb all of the fluid in my body had gone to my head. While i was upside down in the womb and because of that i got stuck in the birth canal and an emergency c section operation preceded My dad says that once. I was removed from the womb. My head Resembled a bowling ball So that's nice. Thanks to but upon removing knee and seeing the baby for the first time the doctors were unsure what was going on with me. They thought that. Maybe i might have down syndrome. But just because of the way that i looked but also they were like. Maybe you're just a chunky baby. They just told my parents that i was fat and that there was not much more. They could do in terms of diagnosis. My parents took me home thinking that they might have you know this healthy but fluffy baby And that was not the case because immediately they noticed that all of the fluid and my head had started to go down my body and really gather on the left side of my body and especially in both of my legs and my feet so my legs and my feet were very swollen. My would take me to doctors and the doctors were just repeat. You know. Mr and mrs eggers. You just have a fat baby. But no i actually had primary lymph dima. I was diagnosed at nine months old by dr witty with primary lymphoma and that kicked off a whole life of complex feelings pain managment lots of medical treatments in just a lot of confused emotions. I would say because of my lymphoma Now big things to know about me is. I actually grew up in a military family. And i'm the oldest of four so my family was often moving. We would really only stay in the same place for two to three years. Which means it's hard to find consistent long-term medical care for a child with a disability. The other interesting thing that i noticed a child was that no matter where we went whether it was hawaii whether it was new york. Virginia the culture around my lymph dima was always going to be the same. Everyone would regard me in a similar way of. There's something wrong with this child and it is not attractive and it is not good and that was a big part of my life for a very long time it was honestly incredibly interesting just to see how cultures would change in certain ways. Demographics would change as we would move but this able ism and this pervasive sort of understanding of my condition as a negative thing stayed

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The Utopian Woke Supremacy and Fear of the 'Other'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | Last month

The Utopian Woke Supremacy and Fear of the 'Other'

"Supremacist movement has yet another thing in common. And that's that they're all utopian they all are absolutely convinced that every ill and evil the world has ever known has been caused by the other and once the other has been permanently silenced permanently vanquished permanently erased from memory than all that will be left of those possessed the supreme trait and so in the marxist supremacist movement where the supreme trade proletarian ism all heels was. The world were caused by bourgeoisie once. The bourgeoisie were put into gulags or or or permanently confined to mental institutions. They promised a worker's paradise wanna say it wa- there's a great irony here is that during the trump. here's the the trump supporters were all demonized as being guilty of what you're describing the irony. Is that the very people who are guilty of this. Today were the ones who created this narrative that trump supporters are white supremacists trump supporters hate brown and black people. That's why we don't want people coming over our borders illegally. They built up this narrative and they talked about it as kind of an unbridled ideological hatred of the other. But what you're telling us of course. Is that precisely the opposite is true. It is the wo- culture that is demonizing. We are part of that under. Indeed we are. We are the other anybody who engages in discriminating thought. Now get to that in a moment but look it's not unusual in fact it's a well-known tactics. I believe it was garrels. You know who who said accused the other of that which you yourself are guilty of so. It's really not surprising that they would accuse of course. Islamicists accused the israelis of terrorism and so on and so forth across the board. It's just it's just a tactic that is employed by supremacists

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You Will Be Impacted by Liberal Totalitarianism so Take Action

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last month

You Will Be Impacted by Liberal Totalitarianism so Take Action

"Way within the next few years. Either you or someone you love is not impacted by liberal totalitarian ism. Their mandates their edicts, the destruction of the country. They're opening of the border there. Cancel culture tactics. They're they're screw too big tech cancel culture tactics. There is no way you or someone near you will not be touched by this. No way. You have no choice in this matter anymore. It is time for action. Action matters. There are no easy answers here. I wish there were believe me. I wish there were I am not again speaking to you with forked tongue either. Damn! What have you done? Fair question. I left my job. I love the job. I was in 10 years ago I walked away. There was never ever any promise of anything, and we almost went bankrupt. That's not a joke. We nearly missed mortgage. I think we did miss mortgage payments. My daughter at the time I remember needed braces. We have any money to do it. I left my job. I decided I was going to run for office. I'd had enough. I did that three times. It didn't work out. That's okay. It's okay. It wasn't meant for me. Sometimes you ask God for an answer, And the answer is no. And that's okay. It eventually led me here almost a decade later. It was a long road. But I promise you I'm not asking you to do something I wouldn't do myself. I asked you to show up at the school board meetings, Town council meetings. I did it myself. The videos out there my own town. You can see it. I'm right there. I don't tell you to do things I don't do myself. But the time for action is now time for talk is over. Talk is great. I hope this motivates you to do something. But as my friend, Jenny says, and I'll say all the time in this show. Ginny Thomas. She's great. She says. You're the leaders we've been waiting for. You don't wait for someone else. Action matters. It's time to do. There's no easy answers. Everyone is going to have to sacrifice a little bit of something in order to get this country back from really the dark path to totalitarianism we're on. Now there's now no longer a doubt. Laugh all you want. We know exactly what you're doing. The

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Creating a More Accessible Podcasting Culture with 'Power Not Pity' Host Bri Moore

Podcast Movement 2021

02:11 min | 2 months ago

Creating a More Accessible Podcasting Culture with 'Power Not Pity' Host Bri Moore

"What does it take to create a more accessible podcast in culture. That's what i'm after I would suggest using the acronym reap r. e. a. p. is something. I came up with the kind of give people in Idea of for things that they can do for intangible things that they can do to create a more accessible podcast in culture. Let's start with our well. Sorry let's start with the steps and our stands for recognize e stents. Were educate a stents were amplify and p stance politicize. Let's start with are so recognizing is all about awareness. It's all about what you see around you in what you can kind of make sense of in the moment so let's start with The idea of able ism able azzam is the systemic discrimination that keeps the sable people on the margins of society much. Like the state as you can hear from my background But yet able ism is the systemic discrimination that keeps disabled people on the margins of society. It is the thing that keeps us from living fully authentic and genuine lives So i would suggest that you start to see things from that perspective like what. What do you notice around you. How many disabled people do you see in your neighborhood. Are they're disabled people around or they're disabled people in the rooms where you work where you live. What what where are disabled people actually add. And how are they being treated where you live and where you are

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Here’s What’s Driving Forced Vaccinations

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Here’s What’s Driving Forced Vaccinations

"But what's really driving the masking of children. What is driving the forest. Vaccinations two things. A cult of safety ism and a cult of control. You have a lot of well meaning parents. That are very afraid of anything ever happening to their children. I understand that by the way i really do. But that good intention can actually become a negative at some point the somewhat sloppy description of this is. What are you gonna put your kid in bubble. Wrap all day long. You kind of heard that expression before right. Otherwise known as helicopter parents.

Horace Fletcher: 'The Great Masticator'

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:17 min | 2 months ago

Horace Fletcher: 'The Great Masticator'

"Born in lawrence massachusetts in eighteen forty nine. Horace didn't play an instrument or hustle. Amateurs at chess no. He didn't cobbled together. Shoes in italy. Horace fletcher like the chew. As a young man fletcher traveled around performing odd jobs following his interests he worked as a writer and artist and even managed in new orleans opera house for a time. He loved to read and he indulged in many of life's pleasures mainly food. It was this pleasure. However that inflicted some of the worst pain he'd ever experienced in his life for one. As he got older he struggled with obesity and it side effects such as chronic stomach pains he also found himself being refused coverage from a life insurance policy or rejection. That sounded alarm bells for him. He quickly realized it was time to make a change one day while traveling to chicago on business the middle aged fletcher began chewing his food. He'd always shoot his food before but this time was different. He kept chewing and chewing and chewing until all that was left was a liquidity goo on his tongue. He believed that this was the key to proper digestion and weight management according to this new practice which he dubbed fletcher ism. All food needs to be chewed until it has been turned into liquid. Any solid particles were deemed unnecessary and could be spat out. It sounds absurd today. But at the time fletcher ism caught on. He became known as the great mass decatur and argued that his practice could increase a person's strength despite reducing the amount of food they actually eight. He also had strict rules about win. To consume sustenance followers. Were instructed to avoid eating when they were sad or angry and to wait until they reached the point. That fletcher called good and hungry. No midnight snacks for him. He started touring the united states giving lectures on his methods methods which were scoffed at by doctors and scientists as nothing more than self-important hokum. That didn't matter. Though fletcher ism had reached far more important spokespeople than doctors celebrities and titans of industry had begun shoeing with wild abandon among them. Were john d. rockefeller and author upton sinclair. Even mark twain was considered a friend

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'American Marxism' Is Written to Expose an Ideology

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 2 months ago

'American Marxism' Is Written to Expose an Ideology

"Now, this book isn't written. To just promote the book. This book is written to expose an ideology. To expose how they're devouring different institutions in this country. To inform Not just you, but our fellow citizens. This is the pamphlet that I hope it will be. That is the book. Modern day pamphlet to get into the hands and get the information of their minds as many people as possible. Try right. The wave of the wave of repression sweeping our nation is not unlike the earliest days of the French, Russian and Chinese revolutions. All were promoted as popular movements. And people's revolutions. Intended to establish Russo in communalism and Marxists, egalitarianism. But that is where the similarity ends. These revolutions were sold as liberation movements with the masses of the proletariat would rise up against the governing tyranny. In the corrupt society. They became genocidal police states. Of course, Unlike the other governments and societies, America is a constitutional representative Republic. Not a tyranny. Not a monarchy, not a dictatorship. There's no widespread dissatisfaction in America. In fact, most Americans are patriotic and revere the country. But the forces of false liberation today are led by fanatical ideologues and activists. Who are the real purveyors of tyranny and even totalitarian ism. They use propaganda, sabotage and subversion. In an effort to demoralize, destabilize and ultimately destroy. Existing society and culture.

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Biden, DNC Fact-Checkers Only Validate Opinions and Misinformation

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | 2 months ago

Biden, DNC Fact-Checkers Only Validate Opinions and Misinformation

"Here's another one from this piece. Biden allied groups, including the DNC are planning to engage fact checkers more aggressively. Uh, they can be more aggressive. They don't even check facts and they check opinions like I like ice cream. American Servat, if you're not allowed to like like ice cream verdict box. There are also work with SMS carriers to expel misinformation about vaccines that it sent over social media and text messages. Uh huh. I d. I didn't read that wrong. These are the mini tyrants, government running the culture and Acadia now Is to the body bag people. That's what we call them. These are the useful morons and useful idiots throughout human history, who are clustered in totalitarian ism under the guise of being freedom Fighters free, which is again tragic, hilarious. And there the body once they usher it in the body bags come every time mechanism is a 100% correct failure and again before you say, Oh, you're jumping the gun. We're not going down that road here. I'm going to leave you with this before you got to take a break here. What is the left of the United States doing now? That is any different than what Communists have done in every communist regime in the early days of implementing their agenda. Balkanization speech suppression. TIFA style shock troops in the BLM style style. Chuck's shock troops industry. What's the difference? What's the difference? I'll way we got a

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Common Languages: A Visit to the Front Table

Open Stacks

02:12 min | 2 months ago

Common Languages: A Visit to the Front Table

"Welcome back to the front table. Brace thank you very much. Alina what did you bring for us today. I brought some things that i am excited about. The first one is one that i have been looking at for awhile for number months. It's called rods chicago. My william cites. The book looks at the career of sandra. Who's the grandfather of effort future. Ism eccentric leader of the jazz ensemble. Call the orchestra. Music is different here. The vibrations that different not like planet very very found gone. I ain't respiration but this book specifically focuses on a fifteen year period nineteen forty six to nineteen sixty one where he was living in chicago. South side in postwar america and how the experience of that urban space informs his philosophy draws the line between his afra- futurists thinking and the everyday urban experience of african americans in the middle of the twentieth century effort futures. It's a cultural aesthetic and a philosophy and approach to art or speculative fiction that explores african dice burke culture and the speculative or the technological calling the for black people here what they can do the planet all down without into quite people they could drink in. The beauty of this planet would affect vibrations for the better course place in the universe up on the different stops that would be without the definitely would come in trying to project forward also kind of living in kind of an optimistic future today through philosophy through language their music reward going time. We'll bring them here through either isotope. Teleportation transmit liquidation abetter steel telephoto planet. Here food music

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Tzipi Hotovely: Israels first female ambassador in the United Kingdom

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

02:07 min | 3 months ago

Tzipi Hotovely: Israels first female ambassador in the United Kingdom

"Of the battle. He's not just east rail. Your jewish we all need to fight together. And i think the fact that old people were arrested. I know that the british government and the british police been very active around. It is a good place to start but this is not the end we need. We need to do more in order to fight. Antisemitism and i know the jewish communities very much concerned because no one experienced anything like that in britain and we need to make sure that britain will be the free democratic country that it stands for its values and not a country where jews are afraid to go to school or go to synagogues or to look lectures should be hotter valley as israel's first female. Uk ambassador she was born in recovered in nineteen seventy eight. The daughter of soviet georgian emigrants ardent zionists as with previous ambassador gavin episode thirty. He one about social mobility in israel. The dynamism of the economy tragically. There's anti zionism among young jewish people across the west in the us and he two heads are being turned by media and peer pressure. And while seventy five percent of american jews support israel as a jewish state eighty. Five percents say it's important or very important to stand up for the oppressed or marginalized hundreds of jewish google employees rejected. What they call the conflict of israel with the jewish people overbearing anti-israel narrative makes bias out of balance palestinian. Ism chant along by half wit football. Whoa korie and tv celebrities and her excellency has a message for those in the diaspora who are less than supportive of the jewish state. The young generation in britain can sometimes be very critical but israel's policy in certain fields in areas. But i think that most israelis have their own opinions like as you know. We're we're a country that everyone can criticize the government But i think by criticizing policy. You cannot just go and not support israel. Supporting

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"ism" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dead ism that unto itself as a dad ism here's the replay you maybe your dad will T. he at these here's our replay the speed jokes great jokes diverse jobs we do this line here anyway at nine thirty eight or so they are sponsored by team Hochberg thank you David harbour a John Williams my aunt Pat and I love your speech jokes we listen to them and are separate homes each morning and then we talk on the phone to compare notes we heard that you were taking a few days off we initially panicked then I took the bull by the tail and went in search of emergency backup speed jokes here's what I dug up enjoy Paul thank you Paulo read one my wife told me to take that spider out instead of killing it we went out had a few drinks nice guy he's a web designer you guys know it's really odd numbers that are divisible by two what do you do if you're addicted to see week what should you do if you're addicted to see we right you think you got it I think I might have it I have an answer he did you play are you busy in there I think I have something I need to go attend algae anonymous meeting merry taken at the plant Steve go kill Turkey the correct answer is if you're addicted to see we you should seek help I was gonna say in other news Garfield the cat says Lassie is a liar Lassie calls that fake news I like friend asked me if I wanted some really thin French pancakes I said no they give you the crepes remember if you lose a sock in the dryer it comes back as a Tupperware lid there's just a little advice for you guys when I asked for directions please don't use words like east are you like that I need to go away which what which which is a writer a language line which one is that this one comes to us from garrison Keillor via Eric Zorn the man was on his deathbed he looked out the nastiest my wife here and she says yes Darling I'm here next to you he says are the children here and the kids go yeah we're all right.

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"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"We're headed. Okay? Lotions and I'm reminding everybody that the we are still dealing with cogut so for out there with with a voice, so we have to still practice social distancing. We gotTA consider that when we get together in Reuss I think the number Surat on coded and so we. Are Deeply interconnected deeply interconnected whether we like it or not okay so So so taking care of you is really taking care of me. In you taking care me is taking care of you and I mean that on you know on a micro scale. Skill. Yeah People Forget that they forget that people need reminding. Right because it comes full circle. Enough I'm help like if mine healthier saw to another human being and. The really what we're here to do, we're. We're here to elevate people. Well! Thank you again Dr Judy for Just shutting your insight, it's always so great to listen to you and we need. We need more people to help. how he's just He's my think vital perspectives that you that you I think enlightened people about every every week. So thank you again. Really appreciate it. I need you guys. I can't do this alone, you see. I'm just one person when voice. In in in in hoping. Guys earn. In think about it, and and make your own decisions based on a consciousness of love of empathy in then if you step into those shoes than in, you'll know what to do. Yes. Thank you so so very much. I'M GONNA to shrink tune in some fairy. A reactionary tune gonNA maybe leave Sorenson 'cause the last thing I wanna do is activate the amid Alah. But I just thought it was a great Sausa-. Thank you so much for Kalayaan and. Hope everyone is understanding system bomb wrong in how to A beautiful system were all part of the human and human race, and we all participate in. A lot of things owning our own staff and a taking inventory of where we are. In our own perception in cleaning that up than leading up on a micro scale, so we can really be healthy on a macro scale, so the song is called Color Blind held appropriate. Begin light. Agus were colorblind. Whitehead Black Plus White Man's white lab white cotton in the Wakefield's blacks ways with their black backs peeled boy. This is an intense song that I love the point. Pass kills the black feed in the Black Knight running fast from the black box of the black fight, but should I ask what is what I heard is only black lives. Darkest white is good. It's like the light right right lack Bible white pages slacking used strong by white macy's black faith but white. White man flight plans are whitewashed. That's why they built these white walls. I'm printed. They might fall I guess we're colorblind. They S would call it lie. Why did and I said to all the ways of our creator for he had made us in his image. We are also imitators. Love that you know. We were Betas human race. Now we're image hater. I guess we caught. We become colored line. All I see are shades of gray. Well that's a little bit more integrated as. shades of Gray were down my window pane. All I see are shades of gray, the strain or stem, though window Kane looking through this window all I received paying I saw window pane, p., a. r., an so so much emotion in the song of by widow, looking out of white. Out A white window, if by black widow that's widow pain, so I just loved the way this person goes back and forth between these metaphors, a little poison with a little rain. A little boy was killed skin with state. At least that's what they thought. And so he hangs once I heard a white Christian man point the finger in his hand at blast, was the market's Cain Dang so twisted I heard the same in yet the opposite from lack. Christian, so I guess we're all the mark of Cain. She is. What a song service we kill, each other were clearly disables lane got some black. Golly. They don't even know it yet. My wife family never cease to grab a hold of it. But by Chu Qin. This is where I this is. Why chose the song okay? Might Chook here is every tone. Every color hated. Bet All my sisters and my brothers, but break these chains break these chains breaking chains Lord Oh. Please break chains break these chains break these chains. Okay save with amazing race. so the chains when our change our `ISMs, our projections are psychological. Prisons are column doubled dungeon of darkness, so we've got a free ourselves from this double dungeon darkness of pain, so we can break these chains. Only we can do this. So thank you so much for calling in an for those of you, who WanNa comment, please do so and always very very welcoming. People who have awesome ideas on how we can come together as a united humanity so on Lee share. Thank you so much, everyone..

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"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"Saw better grades they were. More willing to participate with others. They felt less level of rejection because they thought that okay. The percent of that rejected me while maybe overall or she'll, and she'll understand from my point of view and I thought it was a really great example. Finally at the end of the school year, the students provided information about their stress, level and physical health, and that's what calendar they found that. The more participants believed that personality can be changed less affected. They were by being excluded. Students believe that others can change the lower their stress, the better their health higher, their grades, so being the consciousnesses causal. Let let's also Allow people to grow, and sometimes we do have to go through horrendous experiences individually amnesty human race in also step back from it and ask ourselves. Individually collectively. What are we? GonNa do. This. So yes, I definitely want to hear from you. Please do call. Time for questions and answers in the ever. Paul. Great thank you I love you are on the couch. And what is your name, please? Hello? Mom Is it okay, if I if high. Is it okay if I remain anonymous? Totally. Thank you. Hi Dr Judy so yeah when it comes to label ISM. I I like the claim, my label of Person Hood. First Because it. Yeah? I feel like you know as you may may see clear clearly connecting as opposed to putting other labels, I such as color, race, gender, or saying things like I'm an Asian woman or the South African Man compared to saying I'm a person with Asian descent or I'm a person from South Africa. and. Yeah and it's like you know we go from pigeonholing. To in my eyes re. Ourselves so there's a time and a place for. Titles and I think we are just applying that system into too many situations because we haven't been as collective very mindful of it. I'm very mindful of that I. Try to be especially I think my generation. millennials and excuse me Gen Xers, and then I I think now just more people also a of every age in modern day society are also becoming more mindful of label. It is because it's become such a topic like so to tonight, and just appreciate a of and then lastly I just want to add that it to me. It's just a matter of craft. Sing it, which is also tough, and then also teaching it which I think God incredibly now. Knowledgeable people like yourself are really doing just that. Much thank you. You know I know that sometimes timing is everything in attempt to. Jump jump the gun sometimes and say well. This is what my dream is, you know maybe other people join the dream of. A joined. The human race joined the humane. And I WANNA. Get to know you, so I'm not gonNA call you. Lack woman or the white woman or the Jewish woman. Navy all those things beautiful yeah okay yeah. Get to know year. And unless I take the time to do that right than than if I'm just identifying with you as A. There's there is. Remember panel five Channel Five. Isn't isn't ISM ISM what what usually happens in the case of? A clash and that's what we're seeing today. Clash of the. In so. Going back to Let's say were to be a certain race or a certain religion or.

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"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"Know or high, so the middle is very very very busy. Working so labels help us keep ourselves safe, but then again. It limits us because this woman. Virginia Morgan Rights writes about being a wishy easy said. She says that. She feels like she's a lot of room. In belief, systems at a confuses people sometimes even threatens them. She says I am a mix of many things I. Love Yoga I believe in God. Their aspects of Christianity are jacked struggle with like denominations I think that are. Divisive I don't subscribe to the notion that one is right while the others wrong so now she's talking about okay. Then we're GONNA. Put me in. Really. It's just impossible that we could absolutely label some somebody without opening up the caveat, tomato soup. It's labeled today. No suit but. You, let's open it up to really see what's really in their. Saying with people in I think that's part of the solution is to get to know the human. Being So. I think it's valid that we have. Remembered skinner behavioral psychologist? The dog would associate the ringing the bell with food in that was called classical conditioning. A showed that we're conditioned to have certain responses so over time we're seeing people hearing the news have good experiences, bad experiences with all kinds of. People than we start associating those `Isms with good bad However we do it in our minds again. It's designed to keep us safe but it. Doesn't always work that way. So? This article I thought was really useful because she talks about while we. Were GonNA. Put me at like Yoga. Like organic food. Does that make the A hippie? I don't like abortion issues those on Anon- anonymous Definitely doesn't fit into any one. Of people just using this as an example of all of us doing really fit. The exact definition of any sort of user aren't me. You need in that to really interesting article that I've found. That that talks about a study. Shows, the surprising power of poor attitude. Love this concept because. When we steeped in our own squat meaning. You don't have open minds. We don't roll caso order to grow a healthy ISM. He need open our minds. We need to let in other people's opinion sued Fox consider them and and really again put ourselves into their shoes so. This is an article by Art Markman. Assist. Surprising power of our attitudes. We label people on talk. Particular person's folio nerd position athlete. Of who they are right now,.

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"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"Let's say it's OCD or anxiety or depression, and the doctor will say O'hare. It looks like you have a CD disorder, and then the patient will say doctor. What medication or techniques will help disorder. Carry I suggest such-and-such medication and such as such a technique to help you, so the problem with this thinking is again. There's here that the symptom is the problem. The symptom is the outcome of the problem in if you look at panel number four, five six, this is the outcome of key deep problems, deep problems on a human disconnected individual level global disconnect. Disconnect on a macro level, and so I suggest everybody to start healing from the inside out in as we heal from the inside out, and everyone takes care of their own pains on a personal level than psychologically need will be a healthier human race, and when we are healthier off, the people don't have the need to demean to value. Destroy Discard in Salt. On any level exhibit in humanity. There's no need when you're healthy when you're healthy. You want to be a giver WANNA. Be The light you want to. Share your life with other people and help other people to evolve up the scale of a psychological evolutions irritable evolution. Evolution in health, and so on, and so that is what by. Hope and dream is that out of using system for healing that we will heal so well internally that we will have no need to smash. Impress and hurt each other. And, so that is the consciousness that I want to instill in this conversation. So off to go on a little bit more about these systems, so now we got all kinds of `ISMs. We have become divisional races, religions politics, and I can go on and on and on and I'm studying here hopefully with you a system that I want you to look at as.

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"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"And so if you go to number five, this is a number five for my by vasyl number four from my grandson's point of view where everybody's going crazy. That's four chaos, and then five is where we defend a. we push each other away. and. I think there's there's a lot of forces going on. Because on the one hand you see people, youthful people coming together beautiful people supporting in showing a united humanity. We also see. The pushing each other away in the the radical fracturing of of our human race, and then Hannele sixes were everything is breaking down so from a mine out of point of view the Chow. This is where we're hitting were fighting and that is a very. Surreal up representation of what is going on here. Today June two thousand and twenty and so support back to panel number seven. This is where we are getting along. This is where we're getting along. This is where we're creating synergy recreating the lights. Were, creating act to the. Soul back to the united humanity off when I originally created mind map I called it join the human race light to add an e onto the human and call. It joined the humane race. Which? I'm hoping everyone will strive to be humane and handle. Eight would be teamwork from China's point of view, which which is what hopefully we will end up doing. Is Building Bridges Holding each other's hand climbing up the evolutionary scale of humanity rather than the chaotic. Crazy of panel for where everything just falls apart, and becomes very devolutionary, and this is where we have a choice, we could either evolve. Or we can go into chaos defenses in breakdowns, and this is where I am a talk about the concept of consciousness is causal. In so we can be the cause of having a more gentle consciousness, more loving consciousness more impacted on consciousness, and this is a Colin show everybody, so please feel free to call in three, two, three, five, two, four, two, five, nine, nine, I love my audience challenging. Themselves becoming rigorously brutally honest with themselves about a really. Checking in and seeing where. We label ourselves where label other people where we project on other people and start owning our own stuff so that we could start seeing through a clear lens of perception, and that is the point of the The BE THE COST NAP system is creating a packed way. To healing so I really would love to hear from everybody and. While I'm waiting for you to call which I am when I get other people's thoughts and opinions, and this is not an easy time for boxing. Opinions on myself feel like. Oh, I can't say anything. Ride can't say anything wrong. I. Can't, but you know I'm a speaker and I really WANNA, speak through the mind map because I have found that my map to be a healing tool for myself in a healing tool for others, and it is a halfway human, human and global. Disconnect. Masao WANNA start with. Label is some I wrote about it in my book, the cost healing disconnect which you are all welcome to have a pdf copy of just ask, and you shall receive in I hope that people will start to read because. As you learn to heal your own childhood wounds in you get healthier and healthier than your Lenz of perception will be able to clear up, and then you will have less less need to project pain and suffering onto other human beings. So here's what I mean by labeling night Ah divvied it before I'm going to read it again and so relevant. As soon as you believe that a label you put on your yourself is true. You limit it something that is literally limitless. You've limited who you are into nothing, but a ought, and this is a quote by. COULD PRONOUNCE IT I yes Sean T. So, here's how it works works in the psychological practice. Very subtle. I'm reading straight from my book. UNPOPULAR ISM rampant in our psychological and medical profession as a term electricity virtue as label ISM label Lison is easy and convenient way to tribute the cost to the symptom. Tribute the cost to the symptom and confused the to here's how it works. I want you to pay attention here. Because a lot of the work done in of the field of psychology is attributing the cost to the symptom, so patient might say Dr. my problem is Blah. Blah Blah symptom..

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"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"Smart. We're not successful were loser. We should have been born. You're all kinds of things in my office, and certainly these negative core beliefs when magnified on a macro scale hin also. Paint a world view so now we're we're. We're looking at the splintering facturing of human of our humanity, and the core believes the white world. The black world it any kind of ISM. I call them `ISMs because these he's. On skip for to panel number five. You see what I mean by The `ISMs. These `ISMs are. These Globes that I I drew, are representative of fracturing of the human race into nations politics of religions races. Socio, economic all kinds of `ISMs in so when we up when we are identified ourselves as isn't or we identify another person as ISM usually create distance you see the distance between oaths, we create a fracture, humanity and other ways to look at this we could be an ISM, a cultural or racial or any kind of isn't. Contribute to the human race which would then be panel number seven. Jumping around little tonight because I'm making a point here, pal number seven is a metaphor for synergy. It's a metaphor for coming together as a united humanity, Hamill number.

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"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"And Welcome to Dr Judy guilty. And again I have the Aurora borealis behind me on the worst attack so I can't turn it off, so I guess I'll just go with. The flow literally is of pretty so let it be, and tonight's topic is labeled lissome. I thought that It's important that we talk about label is of course. There's a lot of that going on right now. And I want people to understand that it is an ism off will tell you more about what I mean by that. When I break down my mind next to salmon. Hello, everyone on Dr GD Rosenberg. I'm a licensed nichols psychologists. Head up the psychological healing center and I'm. The creator of the mind map system for healing, human disconnect, and we really need healing human disconnect. We've always needed. Were in desperate need now and human disconnect was always that to be a segue into healing global disconnect, which is something that we radically need right now I'm GonNa do a lot of mind mapping tonight. I WanNa hear from everyone. We have a lot going on a indie. The protesters and the the riots and Co. Vin is just such a very very strange time, and so I'm GonNa. Work on helping everyone deactivate their make to last something that I've down that I have to do for half to do for myself on a regular basis. Just so everyone understands the middle is part of the brain that is in charge of emotions, specifically emotions like anger, and this part of the brain is easily activated in Weiser easily activated because our fight and flight system lips, their fight flight freeze, and another one I want to add in their fawn fawn is kind of win. You Kowtow you. Give Up, and you just sort of just. been. So I'll give him the the. the atmosphere of today I thought label is is just something very very important that people understand, and I was delighted to get an email from one of my former clients who within the mind maps system that she took it upon herself to start challenging her own internal racism and shortly beautiful letter persona knowledge you thank you or keep your confidentiality, but what I love about this work is the people are constantly elevating and off reflecting. Reflecting and self correcting an odd look at these `Isms as defense mechanisms, good battering different, these are defense mechanisms, and when we project things on people, we label them, and there's good reason for labeling people because it kind of makes us feel safe than organizers, our world, and then there's a real downside to labeling people WANNA get into all of that tonight. Quite a bit to get into I will start by reading from my book here it is. Be The 'cause. You Mean I. Don't think it's coming through very well. Thank you so much. Tech support costs healing human disconnect. And I want to remind people that this. Book was originally intended to heal human disconnect with the attention of healing local disconnect, and I try to break things down very simply so that people can understand it. And try to break it down so simply that even a child can understand it, and for those of you who have seen my mind map video series or have watched the the episode where my grandson breaks everything down according to the eyes of the four year old child I. WanNa start by breaking down from the is a four year old child, so that you can see what's going on with with with our our entire system at Demi will look at the system gone wrong so if you'd be so Cardis to put up that mind map. Will put label lissome in the context of all of this Oh, if everyone could see panel, one represents the darkness and the lights, and metaphorically we can. We can use it to symbolize all kinds of things we could simply use it to symbolize wounds of childhood of which I, speak up very frequently which are. Physical Abuse Verbal Abuse. Sexual abuse on neglected smothering and now ought to superimpose cultural and racial wounds in on top of all of that, and now we got ourselves quite a bit of reaction. So if you look at panel, Rumba Chew that represents the splintering of our psyche. A like to refer to. It is cracking up starting to crack up here because we were once. One united light of a human. Race manufactured were studying that this is a metaphor for the fracturing of the human race, and it's also a metaphor for the MIC dialogue, which is the reactionary fight flight hard the brain and then we've got handle three that represents all kinds of core beliefs that we pick up along the way of being parented by our Paris at all that the blueprint. Today I think it's relevant to mention a cultural core beliefs, and how that is also being triggered in the atmosphere of what's going on in so pal herald three is really the. The cognitive conclusion of what we make things to mean as a result of wounds of Childhood in the way we reacted, so we may conclude things like We're not lovable. We're not good enough. You're not.

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"ism" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

14:23 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"Lehrer. And this is my daily politics podcast from WNYC studios. It's Tuesday February eighteen. I don't think you should be able to hide behind Airwaves and huge advise. He has to come on these shows and I also am an advocate for him coming on the debate state. Senator Amy Klobuchar on CNN. On Sunday and the senator will now get her wish as Michael Bloomberg who she was referring to. There has officially qualified for tomorrow night's democratic debate in Nevada by getting over ten percent support in another qualifying poll in fact in the NPR PBS marriage. Poll that put him over the top Bloomberg got nineteen percent among Democrats nationally. Second only to Bernie Sanders. Who got thirty one percent and that rising support for Senator Sanders is a story in? Its own right. We'll talk about that. And the bigger picture of the state of our nation now with President Obama's former White House communications director Dan Pfeiffer who you may know better these days as co host of the very popular podcast Pod Save America Dan. Pfeiffer has a new book called un-trumpian America a plan to make America a democracy again. Dan Thanks for joining us. Welcome to WNYC. Thanks for having me so to not mince words right from the start here and for people who don't know the things you tend to say you see trump ISM as billionaire funded racial Grievance Politics. I have many listeners. Who would say that's been the basis of republicanism their whole lives. So what has trump changed in this regard as you see it other than just stating it explicitly rather than in Euphemisms I think that's exactly right is the mud. Trump has done to politics much what he did real estate. New York which is find a pre existing structure and put his name on it. And I think it's this is the thing I think too many Democrats and a lot of folks just in politics generally are naive about which is that. Trump is not an aberration. He's a logical extension of a Republican Party that goes back decades and he has said the quiet part out loud and I. I believe that he has gone. We'll be dealing with trump ISM long after he walks out of that White House for the last time I read with great with great interest the final pages of your book which were a rant against former house speaker and Mitt. Romney's twenty twelve running mate Paul Ryan who you accused of seeing trump as a way to achieve his cruel policy goals so in the years leading up to trump. Why did you see Paul Ryan s pursuing cruel policy goals? He had a reputation as kind of a Republican policy intellectual for those who listen to parts of America. You know that I I will sometimes end up in a rant about Paul Ryan and when I was writing the book I found myself with writer's block and the maker. The writer's block was to end up writing a very long rant about Paul Ryan and the reason I have perhaps disproportionately strong feelings about the former speaker as I think he represents so much about what it is in the Republican Party. That got us to this moment. Which is advocating A. If he's very cruel policy. That is very quietly nine quietly not so subtly racially divisive trying to as Paul Ryan would say separating the makers the takers Within our economy. And someone who we know from his own words had very low regard for trump became president. He was be called a some things he said textbook example of racism and then once. Donald Trump got an office. He did everything. Donald Trump wanted for him. And that's how we got here. Let me drill down on that example that you just mentioned because people will remember Ryan called out trump for what Ryan called a textbook example of racism. When trump during the two thousand sixteen campaign said a judge could not fairly rule on a case involving trump. Just because the judge was Mexican American. Never Mind that. The judge was born and grew up in. Indiana trump called him Mexican and Ryan called him out But wouldn't you also say that shrinking government programs for the poor the centerpiece of Ryan's politics? That's upsets you was the euphemism of his era for the idea that America is filled with undeserving black people and I'm going to protect our money quote unquote from being taken from by them. A hundred percent. You can draw a direct line from this idea that what is wrong with America is food. Stamps and Medicaid in programs that help the poor to Donald Trump's policies of today and that was what's a well that is like why write about this in the book is that it is it helps we have to understand where donald trump came from and where he came from is from people like Paul Ryan? Paul Ryan's enabling of trump is something that happened. Post two thousand seventeen but what happened but Donald Trump Book Paul Ryan help create Donald Trump long before donald trump came on the scene by Chinese to divide Americans into these categories of as I said makers. And takers sort of hardworking white people in everyone else and yet something is new here with trump is awesome and so just to linger on. Paul Ryan for one more question Do you think that he generally thought they were two tracks here? One thing is racist saying the Mexican judge. Another thing is not racist Not Looking at you know the long Lines of American history that led to the disparities And the programs that he wants to cut. Yes I think that there Paul Ryan and so many. Republicans pre trump wanted was to was to run on a agenda of racial grievance dates back to Nixon and the silent majority the southern strategy to use to sort of weaponized particularly in the modern era the racial backlash to brock presidents to do that yet somehow not cross some proverbial line in their mind. That trump just jumped right over and there's been zero self-reflection the Republican Party about their silence during birtherism the advocacy of these policies and how that's connected to Donald Trump being president today. How do you as someone who worked for? President Obama explained his getting elected and then re elected in the context of the racism. That you're right about. This is something that I've spent some portion of every day since two thousand and sixteen thinking about and it does seem completely discordant that it's possible that a country could not just brock Obama elected overwhelmingly. He's the only president since Eisenhower to get the majority of the vote twice and then follow up our first African president with someone. With a trump with a long history of embracing white supremacy and white supremacists. And I think the best way to understand that is two things one the steps that Republicans took post Obama's election to make it harder for people of color to vote in this country gerrymandering voter suppression Cutting the voting rights act and a long history of racial progress being followed by backlash. And I think when you read a lot of the histories of what happened After and after the passage of Voting Rights Act. This is in that line and I think a lot of US myself included Were naive to the fact that that was a possibility. Post Obama you write about the media in your book centrally. A section called facebook plus Fox equals eft and use a whole word. Facebook plus Fox equals aft- explained. I think it is important to understand that there is a direction to between how we got trump and what is happening in the media in this country in too often. Progressives blame traditional media like if only the New York Times wrote this different headline or so and so did something else or wide. Cnn put Donald Trump on what you know. Why do we carry the the empty podium live during all those things are legitimate criticisms and I have often been someone who has intemperately tweeted about those things. But there's a larger structural structural impediment to progressive messaging which is the primary driver of media economics and social conversations countries facebook in facebook for all of the conservative claims about tech bias is towards Democrats in Silicon Valley and all the Democrats who run up. His facebook is a pro conservative platform and it. This is not just the policy decisions. They've made to allow trump's campaign to run allies. It is that the algorithm that powers what content people see is one that responds to outrage and outrage is the coin of the realm in trump politics and benefits republicans which is why whenever you see the list of stories. They're getting the most traction on facebook always from conservative outlets not parole ballots. You don't think there's enough outrage and Progressive America these days to balance that out it not in the way. Facebook works right is just simply not how we speak. It's not these political strategies we employ and it is off it is. It is essentially the weaponization of outreach. By folks like Ben Shapiro Fox News Fox Fox News and a whole Plethora of pro-trump Sites. That are. They're pushing the conversation in this country to the right and part of that analysis that I found really interesting in your book is that you see a dwindling difference. Between the things the beltway insiders tend to obsess over. And what the general electorate cares about driven by Fox and facebook. And you talk about that for much of the first few years Obama's in the White House's first term we would always be in this situation where you're in the White House and feels like you're under constant fire and CNN's during this segment and Politicos writing the story and you'd like it feels like the whole country is obsessed with whatever the political crisis is yours and then you go out and talk voters which we would. Do you know through the Obama campaign and find out. They have no idea what we're talking about living very separate lives. They're watching local news. The reading the local newspaper. They're not main lining political contest so you mean. Republicans driven Republican driven scandal narratives like Benghazi or the IRS scandal. Things like that. Yeah weren't registering at first. Those types of scandals in the first term did not register whether people thought Obama Golf too much. Or you know some you know malfeasance here or something. Someone tweeted or something like that. That wasn't a problem in the second term. All the sudden you know we were shocked to find this. We would go out and talk regular voters and they would know exactly all of these scandals because facebook had reached a tipping point and was now pushing these narratives into their fee. The the ability to turn politics on and off had gone away and because conservatives were at the forefront both in terms of thinking about this and had the benefit the benefit of pushing on the open door facebook algorithm then we were seeing not just that they were learning about these things. They were learning about the from a conservative frame. How do you see? How do you explain impeachment and trump Ukraine in that context though even Democratic primary voters seemed to have largely tuned impeachment out as irrelevant to them and almost solely brought up kitchen table issues to the Democratic primary candidates on the stump these recent months according to every report who I've interviewed? Well that is definitely true that that's how Democratic primary electric particularly in Iowa New Hampshire are had been thinking about it. You know positive. America did a poll of Wisconsin in Arizona. Right about the time. These stories broke and we found in that poll that ninety one percent of voters not Democrats. All voters in the states. Were following that story very closely..

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"ism" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Ism and I I'm thing by fall victim to it and but I mean the fact is the Republicans were making arm and by the way Mary have or is going to be seated momentarily to go head making up Jerry Nadler is going to be seated I have a double wide chair and that's after his procedure but thanks for that wall full center up that the genius that is not Jeffrey Toobin go ahead when the Ukrainians knew that the aim was cut off and to the extent we can I think we should try to police that in you know in our journalistic function to seven their journalistic function they're gonna police you and me in their journalistic function of course this is why the American people hate you they hate you at CNN three of no rate your ratings are dying even under Donald Trump I don't know if you're an investor in eighteen anti their own CNN I mean is this a smart that is more back go ahead to talk back to the two different worlds yeah that that is while Dana Dana bash that would be one set of facts but two different worlds the world of you know you and me the the aliens then in the world of the smart people who know everything and actually they're very stupid they don't know a damn thing I've gotten this far but but this gives you a sense of who these people are when they sit around in their own Christmas parties and Hanukkah parties are they sit around you know having an expensive five course meal and maybe they're throwing down a few glasses of champagne maybe a little too good of a marijuana can use is that right now my using the right line with Christopher desert ever rattled marijuana pop for whatever they're doing a toque that's what I meant a tug sorry but I know Hey you know this stuff is medicinal not really whole yes yes you can smoke it they needed rubbing on your body all yes yes yes anyway so this is how they talk this is what they think they're snobs they're arrogant they're narcissists and they're idiots on top of everything else go ahead the same and that I mean Republicans are basically saying we see what he did and we don't think there's anything wrong who is this who the hell is Abby Phillip speaking for Republican and they basically saying that the we see what he did and we don't think there's anything wrong with it go ahead way of looking at what they they also live be because you could stop now you see this is Jim sciutto in another format I would rhyme it Jim sciutto with another name he's a former Barack Obama special assistant and here is on CNN but they also lied to the Republicans lied says Jim sciutto because you crane didn't know about the eight go ahead a delay and delay in July it's in sworn testimony from local person emails and yet they kept repeating Ukrainians didn't even know despite the fax yes well that's what the president the Ukraine said the present Ukraine is a liar ladies Jim only Jim shooter knows what he's talking about this is fascinating but I don't care if the cranes did not but if every single thing they say is true it's not an offense and it's not impeachable I'm not talking about the conclusion comments but if Ukrainians knew we were withholding military aid the way Obama did for several years while the Russians were actually invading the country at the present United States phone call was released where he never brings up military aid once and the present United States one of the Ukrainian government to look into but the Biden said done to see if they're corrupt with the assistance of our Attorney General so what and the present United States one of the Ukrainians to assist us as we want other countries to assist us investigating what took place in twenty sixteen hell they pushed a special counsel for that but here the president can't even ask so what so what so what so what nothing unethical nothing criminal nothing violative of anything that I'm aware of any standards nothing impeachable so what but there's CNN CNN sounding like like the Democrats on the committee thank Adam Schiff by Jerrold Nadler and the other reprobate because that's what they are the present United States is attacking the media in a sustained basis like we've never seen before that's a lie on its face but he should he should he has every right to defend himself and his administration from these leftist dressed up as journalists who are trying to take him out and lying to the American people he has a right to free speech it's free speech they gave us freedom of the press I'll be right back Vegas take weekdays nine AM to noon now back to mark levy and on one.

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"ism" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"ism" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Robert divulge to me, the wisdom of the great Confucius as it concerns, utensil etiquette. Yes, this is this is interesting because this is where we find the connection between the great Chinese teacher politician. And philosopher Confucius. And chopsticks his teachings, however, would only come to, to widely influence Chinese rule, and culture after his death, but his teachings did spread, and it seems so to desiging on eating utensils, he champion blunt, chopsticks over the use of knives. And is quoted as having believed that quote the honorable and upright man keeps well away from both the slaughterhouse and the kitchen, and he allows no knives at his table, perhaps due in part as well to Buddhist influence. One sees meet us more for flavor flavoring, you know, the broth flavoring vegetables by around the first century. This is really interesting because the thoughts of Confucius here, actually remind me of something I read, here's ago about chopsticks that has been lodged in my brain ever since, and I think it might be part of my love relationship with chopsticks always looking for an excuse to use them. They feel morally good to me like something about using chopsticks isn't just aesthetically pleasing feels virtuous. I know that sounds quite silly. But I think one origin of this association in my mind is when I was in college, I read a book called impair of signs by the French critic in simulation role on Barth. It was first published in nineteen seventy and then in English translation by Richard Howard in the early nineteen eighties. And it's kind of a symbiotic travelogue of Japan and I honestly I don't think I'd actually vouch for Barth this very good. Observer of other cultures in general even for his time. And I think you could argue that there are traces of kind of oriental ISM and his thoughts about Asia. Apparently he was somewhat dismissive of the value of studying Chinese culture. But I read this book, many years ago, and thoughts about chopsticks alw-. Stuck with me as kind of more interesting, and perhaps more valid than a lot of the rest. So here's some of what he says about chopsticks, and this is a abridged selections from his book empire signs, quote, the instrument, never pierces cuts or slits never wounds, but only select turns shifts for the chopsticks in order to divide must separate part peck, instead of cutting and piercing in the manner of our implements. They never violate the food stuff either. They gradually unravel it in the case of vegetables or else. Prod it into separate pieces in the case of fish heels, thereby rediscovering the natural fissures of the substance, he also writes by chopsticks food becomes no longer apprai- to which one does violence meet flesh over which one does battle, but a substance harmoniously transferred in. Then he says, finally people who use chopsticks to eat maternal. They tirelessly performed the gesture, which creates the mouthful leaving to our elementary manners, armed with pikes and knives. That of predation. Oh, well that's beautiful. I like that. Comparison, it somehow rings true to me. I mean it may be an over generalization of the differences between the two eating cultures. You know, Europeans four connive culture on one hand and, and Japanese chopstick culture on the other hand, but I really feel like there's something something to what he's saying about the fact that, when eating with chopsticks one does not make artificial cuts in the meat error in, in the food in general, as it is presented to you. It's you know, it might have been cut already in the preparation, but any separations of the foodstuffs happen along natural lines of separation. So I can think about, like if you have a, you know, stir fried, little head of baby BOK Choy on your plate. And you're eating with chopsticks the leaves come away whole as you peel them off or nor. Yeah. The fish flakes, along the natural lines of its muscles. Bok choy. I'm more inclined to try and grab the whole thing with the six and shove it into my mouth, which is an important point to make here we talk a lot about the precision of the chopsticks, and maybe the brutal aspects of fort knife spoon. But I we do need to remind everyone that you can still eat like an utter slob while using shot sticks. It's well within within range for for, for for human behavior. Oh, yeah. I would often say, even when you observe Chinese people eating, they often will say bring the bowl up to near their face, as the chopsticks, and there's kind of like this beautiful shoveling action that, that I think, I think it might be I don't know what's actually etiquette. And what's not? I mean, I feel like western tradition would say you don't hold the bowl up near your face. Well gets into sometimes you hear it put forth, that it's okay to slurp like slurping the soup in, in, in certain eastern traditions is a compliment to the chef that sort of thing, actually did have the experience of getting noodles, at a at a Chinese noodle shop in this was in Honolulu. I think. Who's predominantly Chinese clientele? And I was trying to eat consume the, the noodles carefully. And, and there was actually an older woman, there, a Chinese woman who turned to me and basically, let me know it's okay to slurp. It's okay to bring the bowl up to your face. This is this is. All right. That's beautiful. But anyway, back to Confucius into bars in both cases there seems to be, there's this idea that the method we used to get food from the played into our mouths does have some kind of psychological conditioning effect. And I, I can't cite research to say that this is definitely true. But it certainly feels true, it at least it seems to make plausible sense. And I feel it myself when I'm eating I feel a different kind of affect on my mind when I eat with chopsticks versus when I cut with a fork, and knife for me. Four can knife feels more MC. Artificial in architectural, and chopsticks. Feel more organic and related to the, the forms of the natural world. Again, they are more like the extensions of your skeleton. Yeah. But it also as we were saying coincides with differences in, in common preparation methods in say many European traditions of cooking versus East Asian traditions of cooking where very often though not always very often. In say Chinese cooking ingredients are sliced or cut up in advance. Yeah. In this, we come back to that idea that is scarce resources and a growing population in China demanded that smaller portions of food, cooked faster over less fuel, thus chopsticks are an ideal way to consume the finish dishes. Well, though, one of the points that weighing makes in his book is technically a number of key advantages to cooking food. We've touched on and stuff to blow your mind before it is the external. Was Asian of digestion in many respects in terms of like eating with your fingers though. He weighing summarizes in his book, again, chopsticks cultural and culinary history that we see the shift from fingers to utensils between five hundred thousand BC. And then we see spoons and chopsticks uses an in a stab list set of eating tools in China between three hundred six hundred see so at this, this is the point where it becomes clear that if you're going to eat, you're probably gonna need that spend because there are going to continue to be soups and broths and whatnot. But on the other side of the plate you're going to want those top sticks because that is going to be how you're gonna consume all of these finer pieces..

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"ism" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"ism" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Once they realized that, if they're going to have to pay for it in their taxes, and they can't borrow from future. Generations to do it. Sorry. We don't want it. Colorado. The same thing in California. They tried to push through until the leader of the assembly. A democrat said, we can't pass a single payer system and less we have in the legislation hot to pay for it. Got death threats because of it remember that. Yep. Yep. And so if you couldn't do it in California, you couldn't do in Colorado, you couldn't do it in Vermont in socialist. Okay. Progressive social, okay? Progressive democratic socialist Vermont. If you couldn't do it, there, when the people actually could vote on it, and their elected representatives could pass it and did not. That's the reason. Because the take ISM overtook the gimme ISM in socialism. And when the take ISM takes a prominent role over the gimme ISM in socialism. By the way, this isn't into sophisticated is Milton Friedman talking about it. It's a little different. It's probably a little different planning it. I bet I bet you Milton Friedman would like it. I bet you think he would laugh. I think that he would sit there and send at its core for what the hell you're trying to say, which is I, I don't know. No, I mean, I think he would laugh at it because it is the it's the I think the simple it's, it's a over very absurdly over simplified way of making that point. And that's the that is the but that's the absurdity that comes along with believing that, that you could sustain something like that, that long term, we can sustain this kind of spending that we can sustain that we can sustain the nurturing and creation of generation after generation to believe that they are born with the right to other people's property. That's, that's what it is at its core. I don't know how long ago it was. But I said, you know, the entitled mentality this goes beyond entitlement. They believe that they're born with this, what twelve thirteen years ago, I said that beyond. Yeah. It's not saying, hey, you know, I'm here now. And no, it's they in their mind. It's there's. At somebody else's property. Somebody else's wealth, somebody else, the result, the fruits of somebody else's labor is there and belongs to them at that moment. That is exactly where we are. And we had brought this up earlier sexual we had actually had some pretty good topics here we, we discuss a catcher Cortez, said that the right to own a the, the right to own a good home, the right to a home supersedes the privilege of making a profit. Right. And we said when you break that down that is horrifying. If if you want, if you're wanting to third, an authoritarian statement that scare the daylights out of every American. It's when she said that now it sounds fine. Doesn't it? Oh. You, you hear it? You say, oh, yes, the right to own a home supercedes privilege as, if think about this. She's saying that it is something that government hands out that it's a privilege for you to work, your posterior off and earn. Earn money. That is a privilege that, that government can hand to you or take away from you that you're right to work hard to work, your tail off to earn money. Is a privilege that government gives you, you want to be horrified by a statement and you wanna talk about a statement that ekes of totalitarian. Authorities a -tarian philosophy of fascist philosophy. When somebody actually believes that government. Hands out the privilege of you working hard to earn money. Which means they can take it away from you whenever they want. Yes. That is frightening. That's the most that's the most frightening thing. She's ever said. She said some frightening things. She said at this week, I think at five past a lot of people because it sounds harmless. When you say until you break it down you break it down. It's horrifying. It's because we allow it. Because we allow, which is the same thought that at some point, you've burned enough money. Eight six six ninety redeye..

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"ism" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

Astronomy Cast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ism" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

"But we didn't know if in a set a liquid core not and even if it did if it didn't now it would have in the past. So how did this affect surface? Well in studying this world that turned out to have volcano after volcano after volcano after volcano all apparently dead spread across a surface that didn't have all that many craters. When compared to like, the moon and mercury seemed for the time not to extraordinarily different from ours. But it was different. How did we explain this? And it built up this. Oh, expletive. We have to change our understanding of plate tectonics to include this idea that you can have a worldwide recycling of the crustal material almost all at once with this massive explosion of Vulcan, ISM worldwide and that'll came from radar. Yeah. We're completely now going down the rabbit hole. But that idea that the surface of Venus turned itself inside out in relatively almost no time. It just turned upside down is one of those mind-bending concepts and planetary science that I have ever sort of learned. So let's go back in and then we'll talk about the technologies in so radar light are sonar. What's the difference? Radar uses longer wavelengths of the electromagnetic spec. Tremain which includes xrays gamma rays, the optical light visible light that are able see infrared millimeter wavelengths radiowave leagues. So here we're starting to look at radio wavelengths exactly the length that we're looking at is going to depend instrument to instrument if it's called radar it is redder than what our eyeballs can see. So here we're starting to talk in general millimeter and longer wavelengths with light are it's a stupid name this one kind of bothers me it is referring to visible light the stuff our eyeballs..

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"ism" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ism" Discussed on Dude Soup

"Our weird mcdonald's ism's that that in their bad way make food taste but disgustingly good and i'm i'm wondering if the fresh beef could be a flaw maybe uh considered i the way i consider it is that mcdonald's pre like sciences their food such that they know that it's going to be sitting under heat lamp they know it's going to be wrapped in a bag for a little bit so i'm pretty sure that they plan that in the science of the food so yeah i burger fresh off the grill probably wouldn't taste right absolutely mcdonald's on certain nan annoy oscars exxon hunt blizzard of fast food because blizzard you know what they do with all their testing they told us with overwatch is they test all of their games before they released overwatch they tested a 150 paints and arbor being like that's a that's genius because that's basically let's wait higher than what he lomo people will be by the end like normal people were playing it like thirty forty fifty paintings and they were playing on one hundred fifty all the time so they're like this is probably going to be about the the place of people are planet that's what i flick as we donald's might do to is they measure all other like oh they're going to get it off the he'll lam they have to wait a few minutes getting into the car ball while they do all the research yeah there is it's as an exact science like you said i would love i've never been to one of those like fastfood facility testing labs north coming up with new flavors or there or they're planning out those systems i would love to visit one uh in the revisionist history episode i i believe that's the pike as i was listening to your they talked about the fries they did a tastetest were they match that old recipe and then they had a bunch of kids who were like know in in their teens let's perfect taste testing fries and they were they all chose the old recipe whom as like beep the.

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"ism" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"ism" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Dole ism agrees good and evil exist dualisms degrees there is a transcendent supernatural solution to what materialistic lee ails the human condition it agrees with that so right away worst starting on a couple of of of shared values here with people who buy into this and i think that's also why so many so many people with a judeochristian belief system ours our comic bookthemed boys and love sifi and we talk more about this on the tv side today guys but i think that's why is because we're drawn to the notion of supernatural transcendent heroism deliverance because that's at the heart of our belief system the difference differences the dual is says there's no price to be paid to a co to reconnect that connection you don't have to admit your sinfulness you have to obey olitical law you don't have to have a messiah diana across no sacrifice must be paid for your sinfulness and you can even banned that supernatural hero and transcendent force to your will and decide what's good in what's bad based on what you wanted to with that's where it breaks off but i think that's why we need to be a little bit i think this requires more of a deft touch more of a a stiletto than a machete maimi in confronting this viewpoint because we're beginning here with disbelief we're beginning with a couple of shared premises and you see it in what's involved in popular culture and we talk about this in the tv show today harry potter star wars the lion king many disney films are pain in theistic pantheon stick in their world view.

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"ism" Discussed on Christpoint Church

Christpoint Church

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"ism" Discussed on Christpoint Church

"Second peter chapter two verse three second peter chapter two verse three the lord is not slack concerning this promise as some counts lack this let is long suffering to us were not willing the any ship arish but all should come to repentance what do you do with scriptures like that what do you do with the scriptures now calvinism has an argument forever scripture okay but what about i timothy chapter two verse number four i timothy chapter tubers number four very clearly i timothy chapter tubers who desires all men to be say then come to the knowledge of the truth scripture after scripture you see if you would line all the scriptures up about armenian ism you would find more scriptures in the bible that demonstrates that god wants all to be saved then you would find the few that would say that he only desire some is the now it's important that you know that alvin ism in armenian ism are both christian they both loved jesus they both believe in the deity of jesus they blow leaving the trinity they both believe in original sense of there's lots of things we agree on when it comes to this basic tenet of pre destination and salvation there is strong disagreement between both of them i went to seminary to all wesleyan seminary which is as bear inuit there for five years and did not masters of divinity there in the teachers would strongly come against calvinism because we were a holiness seminary in the tradition of west ism in that forces armenian ism which we believe that salvation is for all and i remember in seminary teachers would give us cartoons of helping arguing with armenian as christians over this issue of salvation it is certainly a salvation so i am saying this that between these two schools of thought i believe the basic disagreement is over god's character in my.

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"ism" Discussed on Christpoint Church

Christpoint Church

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"ism" Discussed on Christpoint Church

"That's god's determination is that all will be safe so therefore this is what armenian ism teaches salvation is conditional you can accepted or rejected calvinism teachers it's it's not conditional god is either chose you to be saved or yassin chosen you'd be said armenians armenian ism teaches that everybody has the opportunity to be saved it is god's will that everybody be saved but some were accepted and some were rejected number six number six christ righteousness is imputed to the believer that means that the moment that you are saved a moment you are saved he imputes and to you righteousness christ righteousness becomes your righteousness now what is backsliding this is something that calvinism does not teach calvinism does not team you're not gonna hear calvin a singing in a worship service all backs ladder come home because they don't believe in backsliding because remember calvinism teaches if you're truly saved you will never lose your salvation when armenian ism teaches that you could be saved and you could lose out in the end okay are we all with me somebody say in so what does it mean to backslide will armenian ism teachers it's a deliberate willful rejection of christ it's a deliberate willful rejection it's a process so that doesn't mean that if i go out and drama card tonight and say costs word and the rapture happened i'm not going to hell just because i go out and committed sent a night i'm not going to hail.

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