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Ukraine troops' bodies recovered in Kharkiv region

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ukraine troops' bodies recovered in Kharkiv region

"Members of the Ukrainian National Guard are out covering the bodies of servicemen who died in battle in the northern kharkiv region over the past few months Soldiers sweep through fields not far from the border with Russia where fierce battles have raged since May the region located about 15 miles north of kharkiv was considered strategic for the Russians to attack the key city Commander of the unit since the Russians were using all the forces they could but they could not get through as a result he says we lost a lot of our servicemen Earlier this month Ukraine launched a counter offensive and near the once occupied city of ism officials have found hundreds of graves filled with bodies which they say show signs of violent death I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Ukrainian president: Mass grave found near recaptured city

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Ukrainian president: Mass grave found near recaptured city

"Ukrainian authorities have found a mass burial site near a recaptured city in the northeast of the country the grave was discovered close to ism in the kharkiv region Russian forces left is a little more than a week ago as Ukrainian troops successfully reclaimed swaths of territory in the region AP journalists visited the site walking past hundreds of wooden crosses most of them marked only with numbers no names Ukrainian soldiers surveyed the site with metal detectors the Ukrainian servicemen known as explained If it leaps on the place where our brothers are lying that means that the enemy may have left something like an explosive substance a grenade that could be thrown into a grave Remembered the Russian invasion of his town his wife was killed by a cluster bomb We fell down I wasn't hurt but she was wounded in the heart The shrapnel went straight through her I'm Karen Chammas

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Always Accuse the Enemy of What You Yourself Are Doing

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Always Accuse the Enemy of What You Yourself Are Doing

"Our listeners reminded me, of course, we've done multiple programs on this, but it's sometimes you have to go through it because you have listeners that come in and out and also memories, unfortunately, are not as sharp as we would like them to be. Saul linsky saw linsky was of course a luciferian political organizer. I don't say that lightly. He wrote the dedication to the book rules for radicals. He was a community organizer to Lucifer. The first rebel Hillary Clinton wrote her senior thesis dedicated to solid ski. And there were 13 rules get at 13 rules for radicals as he would call it. The left follows these rules very closely and carefully. Every conservative should become deeply aware of Salisbury rules for radicals. That, and of course, the prince by Machiavelli, neo machiavellianism actually turned into alinsky ism. And one of the rules right there is right in front of you. Which is always accuse the enemy of what you yourself are doing. The rules are this. Power is not only what you have, but what the enemy thinks you have, the number one. Number two, never go outside the expertise of your people. They're violating some of these rules, by the way. Whenever possible, go outside the expertise of the enemy. Number four make the enemy live up to its own book of rules. Number 5, ridicule is man's most potent weapon. 6 a good tactic is one that people enjoy. 7, a tactic that drags on too long becomes a drag. Number 8, keep the pressure on, never let up. Number 9, the threat is usually more terrifying than the thing itself. Number ten, the major premise for tactics is the development of operations that will maintain a constant pressure upon the opposition. Number 11, if you push a negative hard enough, it will push through and become a positive. Number 12, the price of a successful attack is a constructive alternative, a number 13, which is one of the most important. Pick a target, freeze it personalize it polarizing. That's exactly what they're trying to do to Donald Trump right now.

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THIS Is What Concerns Doug the Most

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

THIS Is What Concerns Doug the Most

"But what is disturbing to me? And it's become more and more of a trend in looking at these, the wording, the language, is that the left and the media have taken a small portion of what is happening over the last few years and completely forgotten about the Democrats or ignore the Democrats rhetoric and language when it comes to elections when it comes to how we deal with each other, the civility, how we deal with each other, how we communicate with each other. And this is what concerns me the most. Now look, some out there on the left side, well this is a what about ism? And no, it's not. It's an honest perspective, because what we don't get from the mainstream media now is that honest perspective of why is it always attack a president Trump or attack what he says and take everything down and he says or Republicans say or bringing it back in all honesty January 6th. They use that is trying to paint an entire movement. Look, if people did things wrong, which they did on January 6th, they're being prosecuted for it. I think they should be if they're going to the government should get those cases done and not hold it like they're holding it. We've talked about that before. When you do wrong, you pay for doing wrong. And I think that's the issue that we're looking at here. And for those who didn't do anything wrong, for those who've been caught up, they need to be like, you know, that needs to stop. But to bring it up continually as the whole Trump Republican maga, whatever word they want to use now is completely undermining people's faith and confidence not only in the government, but also faith in Compton elections. And they're trying to make this out is that if the Republicans are the ones that started this.

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Rabbi Jonathan Cahn on the 3 Unholy Entities

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn on the 3 Unholy Entities

"Let's welcome back, talking to Jonathan Khan, brand new book, the return of the gods. So you said there are three unholy entities. Three chief demons. One is bail, you refer to bail as the possessor, so what are the other gods? This is this kind of unholy trivia. And folks, this is biblical. This is not just some crazy idea that rabbi Jonathan Khan came up with. Yeah, the first part, yeah, the bail is kind of like the enter. You always see him first when he says bail and this, there's this. He's like that first spirit who brings the Friends. And so it's opening the door. So what you see in Israel is bail was the principality that drove God out of everything. What we see in America, starting with the 60s, blatantly, is this spirit that driving God out of everywhere out of the public square out of the school out of everything. It's continuous. Also, it says, as we mentioned, bail made Israel forget God. The idea with America is a nation that new gods so much, but is now progressively forgetting God. In Israel, he calls them and says to turn away from the commandments. We have literally struck down the tank of mammoths. And there's a whole realm of what we won't have time to go into it. But there's a process of paganism that's been happening. And even behind woke ism, like a quick example of this. It's so infiltrated us. In paganism, you have many gods. And with God, you have one. You have one God, one truth. But in paganism, you have many gods many truths. You have your own truth. In fact, you can create your own God. You create your own idol. You're creating your own truth. So now we have our own authentic truth. Everybody has their truth. If I say I'm a woman or I say I'm a tree, you have to accept that because it's my event, that's paganism.

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How Was Clinton Not Prosecutable but Trump Is?

Mark Levin

01:12 min | Last month

How Was Clinton Not Prosecutable but Trump Is?

"I have a question for the former federal prosecutors her legal analysts out there It's very simple It's obvious to all of us How is it that Hillary Clinton by this very same Department of Justice An FBI Was said not to be prosecutable But some of you are saying that Donald Trump is Explain that Where do you get your argument on the espionage act That a president who is the head of the executive branch Has to fill out paperwork or orally communicate Or do something other than his own actions to declassify classified information What is your source for that I'm not asking about some court decision What is your original source for that I want to know Because you assert this with such With such know it all ism What your source for that You have no source

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Democrats Screw Middle Class America... Again!

The Trish Regan Show

01:53 min | Last month

Democrats Screw Middle Class America... Again!

"Want to go back to what's happening in just a short amount of time. We're going to find out that the Federal Reserve is going to tell us like they always tell us that they're committed. They're committed to stopping inflation. Right. Glad to hear it. Glad you guys finally actually realized it was a problem. 'cause you told us forever it was transitory. Well, how's that going to work when you have a White House that is clearly committed to just making sure that everybody's got more money in their pocket. And by the way, the kids that are getting this and the adults, I say kids, right? But let's keep in mind, 67% of all outstanding student debt, of which we have $1.7 trillion worth more than we had in the subprime mortgage crisis, the primarily under 40, right? So it's young people. It's young people that went to fancy schools and now they can't pay it back because oh, I don't know, they did like a gender study program. And they find that they're not that employable other than maybe as a barista at Starbucks, which they don't want to work at anymore. You get the picture, right? So you have people that took out too much debt, and you know, you know, I think the government had a role in all that. I think this is a major industry. And they created effectively this kind of woke ism amongst this younger generation. Through the university system. But these kids sign on the dotted line, and now they're not going to have to pay back. And who's going to get stuck? Paying this? American taxpayer payers, the people that are working so hard that are dealing already with escalating. Gas prices. They're dealing with escalating food prices. It's like your rubbing salt in the wound here, guys. It's really pretty unbelievable. I mean, look, our long-term trajectory trajectory here is quite flawed. In fact, I would say that we're on the brink of a lot of fiscal problems,

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"ism" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:35 min | Last month

"ism" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sam in a couple of weeks time. Yeah, you taught me this. I was a PMI. The PMI. Was dreadful. And we've kind of shaken it off because I've excuse me S&P guidebook because this is not a dig. I think that market participants have shaken it off because it's S&P Global and they prefer here in the United States to look at the ISM. Well, and it hasn't been as reliable. It hasn't been as correlated with the official ISM as other indicators have been that said, the peripheral read is that you are seeing a material slowdown and it's not just the manufacturing. It's also in a services. That was what really struck me and you're seeing that in the earnings as well. Will it be confirmed by the ISM in the next couple of weeks, and then we've got another payrolls report. We've got another CPI report before we even begin to really think about September 21 with a full set of data in front of us. The smell of the data and as we go to September here in this, of course, off what we've seen of what we see, I should say with the speech tomorrow, J Bryson joins us. He's with Wells Fargo. His chief economist, and with an international carriage there, but of a company a bank with acute and micro analysis of the American economy. Jay dovetail your international view with your domestic view right now. How close are we to recession? Well, you know, right now, Tom, you know, I think that we're not in a recession right now. I mean, the big indicator I would look at is what you folks have just been talking about. That's the labor market. It doesn't seem to be falling apart. Certainly at this point. But I think later this year, early next year, that's when we think you're going to start to see a modest recession. Inflation remains high, what we have seen is real disposable income has trended down. That's another way to say that is purchasing power. And credit card debt is up, savings rate is down and we think eventually consumers are going to hit the wall here. And they're going to start to retrench and that puts us into a, let's call it a modest recession beginning of next year. Jim, I've got to go to the franchise, which is Wells Fargo, economics, and of course, I dovetails with your housing expertise. Give us an update on housing inflation and rental inflation in America. Yeah, so Tom, so the way that enters into the GDP numbers, where the CPI numbers, I should say, is it comes in with quite a long lag. And I mean, what we are seeing is we are seeing some softening in house prices. We are starting to see some softening a little bit in terms of rental prices as well. But that's going to remain coming in with a long, long lag. And so that's one of the reasons why we continue to believe that the core PCE deflator or the core CPI index the year over year rates are going to remain relatively elevated. And so Lisa was talking about the core PCE deflator earlier. We think at the end of this year, you're still looking at a year over year rate of 5 and a half, four and a half percent. So what does that mean for next year? And this is, I think, where the market would disagree with you or disagree with some and say, well, it's going to then come down really quickly that the year over year comparison effects are going to take effect and you're going to see a real deceleration in inflation. Do you agree or are you looking at something much closer to the January as stickier inflation that the fed could hold rates higher for longer for? Well, so first of all, we do believe the core PCE inflation rate is going to come down next year, but that's predicated on our view of a recession. Once you get a recession, you start to get softness in prices. If we don't have a recession, if consumers continue to go out there and spend, we don't have the recession, then we don't think the core PCE inflation comes down as fast as we generally think. And also in terms of the fed, you know, generally when you see a recession, at least in history, they start to cut pretty quickly. We think they're going to hold the fed funds rate constant at four to four and a quarter or say through, say, the middle part of next year, just to make sure that inflation is coming back towards their 2% target. So I don't think the fed comes running to the rescue as soon as we start to see the economy tipping over into recession. And they keep saying their data dependent, and we keep asking what data are they looking at. But I want to ask you about the messiness of that data because last year we got labor market data that really underestimated just how much strength there was, how much demand for labor. What's your view on what we're getting wrong now? Which data is distorted that we're going to look back and say, if only we had gotten a little bit clearer picture. Well, I think the thing that we may be getting wrong right now may be the labor market. So we're getting mixed signals there. You know, if you look at the ISM numbers that you folks were talking about, you know, just recently. We've seen some real softness over the last few months in terms of the ISM sort of numbers. The birth death model, which is a technical sort of thing. That may be pushing up the reported non farm payroll numbers right now. So I think maybe we're getting some of the labor market data wrong. I'm sure the people at the federal crunching through all those numbers right now. But that would be the thing I think I would really look at. Your student history and I want to go to a marvelous effort by the FT today and their Colby Smith on the 40 50 year history of the fed. Has there been any time in the span of the half century or in this fed right now where they're really addressing the Americans outside the financial elite and outside the financial system? Is it just

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Disney Is Back in the Hot Seat

The Trish Regan Show

01:56 min | Last month

Disney Is Back in the Hot Seat

"Disney here for a minute. Third point capital is the activist investor involved, gentlemen, by the name of Dan Loeb, then he's basically come out swinging and said, look, you know, Disney got to get it together and the way you can get it together. He's actually given them a bit of a road map is by spinning off ESPN because, well, ESPN is just sort of a different business, right? And by actually having a full purchase of Hulu. So he'd like them to do a little bit more. I'll quote from the letter that he recently sent bob chapek as the CEO of the company, took over for bob Iger. Saying that, quote, ESPN would have greater flexibility to pursue business initiatives that may be more difficult as part of Disney such as sports betting. Good point. He also urged that the company, as I said, integrate streamer Hulu directly into Disney+ and direct to consumer platforms. None of this is targeting woke ism per se, but the fact that Disney is now ripe for an activist investor to come in like this, I think speaks to the point that Disney has gotten off track, right? There's been something called ESG investing out there in the background for the last few years and it's become increasingly relevant increasingly important where Wall Street investors feel like, okay, well we can't invest in this particular company if it's not. Environmentally, socially, properly governed, right? ESG, meaning environmental social governance. And so that's code word for woke. And so if you're not woke enough, well, you're not going to get the big money investing in you, right? That's the thinking, and that's the theory. And so consequently, you've got CEOs saying, okay, we got to show the world how diverse we are. We got to show the world how much we care, and yet when it really comes down to it, I would just argue that what investors should really care about is how much money you're making. I

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Dr. James Lindsay on the Concept of 'Queer Theory'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Dr. James Lindsay on the Concept of 'Queer Theory'

"Is one of my favorite American patriots super smart and is doing a phenomenal job exposing CRT. Woke ism and post modernism. He knows better than anybody else, period. There is no one like James Lindsay James, welcome back to the program. Hey, great to be here, Charlie. You've done more in the last couple of years than almost anybody else. Actually, then anybody else on this topic, yeoman's work. And you have now, you've been more and more outspoken on this idea of queer theory. Yeah. Get as close to the mic as you can because it's super loud. What is queer theory? Queer theory is an assault on the normal. It is the belief that the assault on the normal. Yeah, yeah. So Karl Marx set up this idea, you know, a century and a half ago that having money is this terrible thing, right? Well imagine it's like a special kind of property, certain people have imagined that being considered normal is a special kind of thing. Certain people who called themselves normal, this is what it means to be normal, said, what we're going to define what normal means so that we get to be normal and you freaks don't get to have any power. And queer theories like we're going to break that down using exactly the same methods that Karl Marx arrived. What are those methods? Non academically. How someone can understand it. The main thing that they do is they call it, it's so hard to talk about this because it sounds like you're making fun of it or saying something inappropriate. They call it queering something. So they make it weird. They come in and they make it weird. So they'll show up wearing weird clothes to an event that it's inappropriate, whether it's close to. It's interesting. They will dress in the wrong genders clothing and maybe be in the Biden administration. So is that part of a strategy that you're philosophical synthesis? Yes, that's exactly what it is. The idea is to introduce a little bit of something different into the definition of the main thing. So that the main thing loses its definition.

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Pew Research: U.S. Journalists Differ From Public in Equal Coverage

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Pew Research: U.S. Journalists Differ From Public in Equal Coverage

"Pew Research Naomi foreman cats and Mark jirkowsky If that is his name yours journalist differ from the public in their views of both sides of journalism You know what's funny about this I wrote an entire book on this called on freedom of the press Journalists in the United States differ markedly from the general public In their views of both sides and whether journalists should always strive to give equal coverage to all sides of an issue While all sides of an issue wouldn't be both side isms It would be objectivity right According to a recent Pew Research Center study a little more than half of the journalists surveyed 55% say that every side does not always deserve equal coverage in the news by contrast 22% of Americans overall say the same whereas about three quarters 76% say journalists should always strive to give all sides equal coverage Count me among the 76% If you're going to be a journalist new analysis of these survey findings shows that attitudes among both journalists and the public differ by age and political factors opinions among journalists also very based on how they view the issue of misinformation While opinions among Americans overall very based on their trust in the news The issue of whether to try to provide equal coverage to all sides gained new intensity during Donald Trump's presidency and the widespread disinformation and competing views surrounding the 2020 election And the COVID-19

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"ism" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"ism" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the ISM surveys we've heard that it is still tough to get workers at least trained workers for the jobs that are available. So that'll be one interesting thing to watch. And then I'll be paying attention to the participation rates, supposed to tick up a tenth to 62.4. The number of people who get hired unemployed and employed in the household survey that produces the unemployment report is doesn't matter whether it's a high level or a low level, it matters the difference between them and the number of people who are in the labor force. So even if we are getting fewer people hired, it is possible that the unemployment rate goes down from here. But Mike to the claims history is of Blanchard and summer's a permanently unemployed. They can't get back into the forest or even the caution of Jeff sex at Columbia that there's a part of America that's not going to participate in the American labor economy. Does this jobs report factor that in? Or do we just forget about these people lost? No, I think what you have to look at as this job before comes in future ones given the situation with the fed is we'll look at the minority unemployment rates and see if they start going up because they're usually last hired and first fired. See if they're rising, we can look at the number of people who are working part time for economic reasons that is another sign that companies might be cutting back and of course the people who are the most marginal are the ones who are going to be put into the part time workforce. So those are things to watch as the economy deals with higher interest rates and definitely seems to be slowing down. Breaking down that number in real time. The best at it in about 5 minutes time, then we'll get the reaction from Randy crows and the Chicago booth school and we'll catch up with Rosenberg of BlackRock TK basis loaded. Do you like that? That was just for you. I like a baseball. Bases loaded. Very good. I mean, you know, it's judge stepping up to the plate. What's so important? Walk off home run against the Red Sox. Do you like that? Don't you push me away from surveillance time? He's been watching. He's been watching see ya. See ya. Yeah, that's it. They're coming out of the car. They're coming out of the cornfield, John. I mean, that's what they're doing with the late great Reagan. They can do that again, Tom. Yeah, they do that every year. I mean,

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Victor Davis Hanson on the West's Current Mindset of Self-Hatred

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | 3 months ago

Victor Davis Hanson on the West's Current Mindset of Self-Hatred

"And he is professor Victor Davis Hanson, senior fellow at the Hoover institution. Welcome to America first. Thank you. Professor, we've been going back and forth emailing each other over the last few days. My son has graduated from Stamford. We went through the proceedings, the commencement I played clips of the prayer from the dean of religion that opened the ceremony. I played the blessings from the in-house rabbi as well. My commentary was it's strange to have a blessing and a prayer that doesn't mention God and talks about judeo ism as a tradition, not a religion. What I didn't share with my listeners and I saved for our conversation given your storied background as the preeminent classicist in America today, my son majored in classics, I listened to the head of the department give his graduation speech and the second sentence was a mayor culpa for slavery and the lack of female voting rights in western civilization. I put that as the scene setting, the stage setting, is there a history of a civilization a culture faring well or even surviving professor when it's elite hates its own history? Well, when that starts to happen, then you have to have some kind of re enlightenment or renaissance. So if you look at the neronian period in the literature of that period, petronius, the Tony as you get this sense that affluence and leisure did create a lot of self hatred, but then you had the 5 good emperors come in. You had a hundred years of correction. And France was intellectually bankrupt between the wars and its army reflected that and collapsing in 6 weeks, but then it had sort of a recuperation after World War II. In fact, it's troops did very well under American auspices and of course. So we have to have that enlightenment and that rebooting. And if we don't, no, you can't

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Joe Biden: 'We Have the Fastest Growing Economy in the World'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Joe Biden: 'We Have the Fastest Growing Economy in the World'

"12 Here is Joe Biden on the Jim O Kimmel show Kimmel on the Jimmy Kimmel show last night saying how we have the fastest growing economy in the world He really needs better advisers whispered in his ear here check this out Look here we are We have the fastest growing economy in the world The world the world Now that's not a mistake He said the world three times I had a joke Now after that I guess Biden's staff knowing he had screwed up Because as The Wall Street Journal notes U.S. GDP falls 1.4% as economy shrinks for the first time since early in the pandemic The economy is shrinking It's not only not growing it's actually shrinking So I don't know what he's talking about So the Biden team was like how do we take the edge off this This was obviously another Biden ism And someone backstage said I'll bet if we put this thing to a beat we can make kind of a rap song out of it So I'm hearing rumors this may be available on Spotify and iTunes later It's the new Biden song called yes we're lying but we have the fastest growing economy in the world It's going to be a hit You should go on AGT with this check this out Boom Here we are We have the fastest growing economy in the world The world the world the world the world The world the world the world Yeah baby The world Yeah Yeah that's tight That's tight I could hear Simon Oh let me tell you something so that's a wonderful such a gifted way to get your voice out there And then you got Heidi That was great man We love that You're so talented Then you got Sofia and how we don't want to shake anybody's hand Of course how he's got back the germ before

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Wokeism Is Splitting Democrats and Uniting Republicans

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:47 min | 5 months ago

Wokeism Is Splitting Democrats and Uniting Republicans

"One thing that strikes me in all of your works and let's list them again. So you've got the return of Christendom. These are the essential reads from doctor turley. You've got the new nationalism and beauty matters. And it's clear from your podcast and from your videos that you are a real optimist, Steve. Your man of faith, you believe the secularists can be challenged. And you have a very positive attitude to this challenge. What makes you think that they can be defeated? Because I look at the last 5, 6 years, and I see a man who garnered more votes than any other incumbent president who was banned from Twitter, who was probably removed from office illegally in that election. I see a handful of maga candidates who are denuded of their committee membership who are lambasted by the mainstream. What makes you think that beyond the personal life, the religious life, the family life, that this revitalized conservativism can actually win politically as well. We can look at it so many different angles. I'll stick with one that's wraps up nice bow, everything we've been talking about. And that is the reality that woke ism, which is the value system of our political elite, whether it's politics, corporate, you name it university and the like. Wilkinson is unsustainable. Absolutely and totally unsustainable. And we have data on that, which is really fascinating. Eric Kaufman of the University of London wrote in very fascinating article on the data that he analyzed that found that when you ask any amount of Democrats, whether they support any woke issue. So CRT to kids, transgender athletes and women's sports. You name it. They're always split on their answer. It's about 50 50, 60, 40, that kind of thing. We're actually seeing it in the Disney in the parental rights bill or now law in Florida, where a fox poll found that 52% of Democrats actually supported that. It was really fascinating. However, when you ask Republicans the same question, do you support teaching CRT in our schools? Do you support transgender athletes in women's sports? What answer do you think you get? And I've done this. I've done this in one of the American freedom tours. In Phoenix, 3000 people, I said, you know, what's your answer? And it a whole stadium would know what we're finding is woke ism is splitting the Democrats and its uniting the

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Amber Athey: Obama Realizes He Has to Cater to Woke Politics

The Dan Bongino Show

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Amber Athey: Obama Realizes He Has to Cater to Woke Politics

"Well look I think that he sees exactly where the party is going He seemed that as much as he didn't want those woke college kids to take over their mob politics are working on the Democratic Party and he's going to be eaten alive by them if he doesn't start to try to take some of that woke ism into his own politics I think he understands that he really has no choice at this point until those kids get battled back from taking over the left wing of the party So this is very strategic for him I think I'm not sure how much of this he actually believes And of course it has some side effect of being kind of beneficial to him because of course he would want to silence conservatives anyway Now he can try to do it in a way that seems like it's about something other than it is using that label disinformation He's going to try to pretend that he just really cares about truth and news media and things like that

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Blaise Ingoglia: Disney Is Realizing They've Messed Up

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 5 months ago

Blaise Ingoglia: Disney Is Realizing They've Messed Up

"I think the attitude not with conservatives so much but definitely with the swamp Republicans has always been to apologize in the past oh let's go to Disney give them back rubs right place They're upset about the parental rights bill They want a sexualized kids The media is all over this Let's just let it go away Governor desantis was like nah You know what He doesn't even say double down He goes let's quintuple down I mean that's the difference here And now I don't know if you notice this you probably did You're involved in every day Disney's got an awfully quiet Haven't heard much from embrace Here are a lot from governor desantis showing leadership Don't hear a lot from Disney Weird huh No because it all boils down to play stupid games win stupid prizes And the Disney is starting to realize that they really stepped in it You know I've had some phone calls from some other large corporations asking me hey do you think we should wait into this debate And I said no absolutely not You have no idea what you're in for if you go against parental rights When you want to interject woke ideology between the parent and the children in the classroom and they stay out of it and I get thank you phone calls saying you know it was really good advice to stay out of it But Disney didn't In fact there were doubling down And what makes this so obscene is it wasn't just Disney saying that they were going to work to repeal the law The leaked videos of Disney's executives being happy about interjecting the gender ism and the sexuality into everything So you know on top of them spreading lies claiming it is a don't say gay Bill they're out there standing proud about the things that they're doing And it's awesome to see people finally waking up to this woke corporate corporatist ideology which is exactly the antithesis of freedom

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Rep. Michael Waltz on This Week's Blistering Hearing on Capitol Hill

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 6 months ago

Rep. Michael Waltz on This Week's Blistering Hearing on Capitol Hill

"Right, let's cut to the chase earlier this week. Congressman waltz, there was a blessing. I mean, just an embarrassing, truly embarrassing, a hearing on Capitol Hill. We had Matt Gaetz on the show yesterday. Talk to us about the state of the military, the state of the budget. And how a former four star general who's now the Secretary of Defense, I can't imagine I can't remember if this has ever happened before in the history of the Congress. Questions, the patriotism of one of your colleagues in Congress during a testimony? It's shocking. That's what Lloyd Austin did to Matt. Yeah. No, absolutely. I was there. And it's amazing to see some of these appointees. Lose sight of the fact that they're not elected. The American people are our bosses. And they don't put their names on the ballot. We do. And in the House of Representatives, we do it every other year, because that's how the founding fathers intended. We're the people's house. And so that was completely out of line. And the thing that Matt was questioning is you're so focused and I'll tell you about my follow one question in a minute. You're so focused on this woke ism and diversity and equity training and all of that social engineering garbage that you missed the capabilities of the Afghan army as it collapsed. You missed the capability of the Ukrainians when you predicted that Kyiv would fall in 72 hours. For those who misspoke, you said 36 days. What Millie, the chairman of the joint chiefs, the most senior military officer in the world. Said to president Biden, is that Kyiv is going to fall in 36 hours. And there was no apologies. There's no mayor culpa. He tried to actually argue that no, no, no, we got it right.

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MIT Is Reinstating SAT and ACT Requirements for Incoming Students

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 6 months ago

MIT Is Reinstating SAT and ACT Requirements for Incoming Students

"Massachusetts institute of technology, my grandfather was a Sloan fellow. So we have some family ties to MIT. They have this very controversial new announcement where they're saying, okay, we're now going to bring back the SAT and ACT requirement because the last couple of years due to the woke ism that has taken over the country. They're like, yeah, we don't need SATs and ACTs anymore. But they're bringing it back and it's very controversial at MIT. So they have this guy that they interviewed who is schmill, his name is Stuart schmill, and he is responsible for trying to implement the standards of how one gets into MIT. And so they have an entire so funny. They have an entire website dedicated at the Massachusetts institute of technology website, MIT, which is supposed to be it's one of the best engineering schools on the planet, that and Caltech. Where they have a long explanation as to why they're bringing back exams. First question, why is MIT reinstating the SAT and ACT requirement? It says, quote, this is one of my favorite lines the entire thing. Quote, we want to be confident that an applicant has academic preparation and non cognitive skills. To do well in our challenging fast paced academic environment, really, you would want that at MIT? My favorite part of this, though, is when they say, quote, our research shows that in most cases, we can not reliably predict students that will do well in MIT unless we consider standardized test results alongside grades, coursework, and other factors. And the math component of testing turns out to be the most important. Who would have thought that math would be necessary at MIT. Now, of course, the wookies, they've been trying to get rid of standardized testing for a long time. You read

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Charlie Kirk and Buck Angel Debate Transgenderism

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 6 months ago

Charlie Kirk and Buck Angel Debate Transgenderism

"Welcome Charlie Kirk and buck angel. Thank you for coming. Tonight's topic is going to be transgenderism in America. You guys each have a few minutes to give your opening statements. I'll start with Charlie. Okay. First, thanks for joining. I'm not going to take the entire time. I think it's pretty simple my viewpoint. I think there's only two genders. And I have sympathy for people that suffer from gender dysphoria. And compassion. And I think we'll explore that together. And transgender ism, if you will, presupposes that there are two genders, and I look forward to learning your perspective on all of that. But it's a serious problem. And I think based on things you've said will actually have some common ground on children and education and the entire kind of detransitioning movement that's happening right now because a lot of people have regret after undergoing that irreversible surgery. But yeah, my position is pretty clear. Your chromosomal makeup is very important. I believe we should be grounded in biological and material reality. And I believe that gender and sex are directly related. And so I know I have more time to use, but I'm going to allow our guests to use that time up right on. First off, thanks for having me. I really appreciate debates and I really appreciate these conversations because they will help us move forward. So I'm pretty much on board with a lot what you said there. I do believe in sex. I believe I'm biological sex. I am a biological female who decided that I felt male and wanted to look male and live in the world as male. And as you see, I pretty much look like a man. You pull it off. But I am not a biological man. So I am a biological female. So that being said, that should also be understood in the sense that I am not trying to change biology. What I'm trying to change here is a perspective that some people don't feel the way they were born to feel. So what I'm trying to say is that, yes, biological sex is real and you can not change that, but what you can change is an appearance to look a certain way to walk the world as a happier person. So I do believe that gender is something that can be performed, where I do not believe that sex is a performative space.

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"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"That were at the flu. Kozel realm of data we could be the causative of the other side of it being a cleaning up ourselves in cleaning up the world. Something's wrong something's wrong. Something's wrong with the world. Yeah the only got one world. That's all we got so since we only have one world and we're all interconnected we're all responsible so let's start with ourselves. Let's clean up our mental unhealth. And i offer you. Pathway the be the cosmic map system. You're cleaning this up. It's very organized therapy. You'll learn a amok. She won't be left with a blank stare of while. I feel better for the moment. But i didn't really learn anything. This is indeed a very psycho therapeutic and psycho educational journey. So thank you so much for joining in and remember we are all inter connected and that means that we're all responsible for bringing more light to ourselves and others thank you good night. Everybody ooh..

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"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"At the effect of these childhood wounds when their base tongue wise and misperceptions and another piece of the word is to complete these psychological files. Because if you're living with unhealed wounds what what then happens is we replicate the virus and we play this broken record. I call it the wto for the what. The freud is torture. You know you're living in this torture chamber of reverberating thoughts and triggers. And then your world is actually runes reactions. In coatings chaos. Defenses breakdown so there's no panel number seven eight nine. Just telling a patient of mine that if you don't solve it at the causal level you're never going to arrive to panels seven eight nine. There's no interconnection paradigm shift. There's no no healing to be had and certainly there's no being the causing a sense of peace in unity because it's just the hostage torture chamber situation and i love the fact that i help. People break out of the psychological present in a staff of people who are trained specifically the mind map system and by by following this nine panel journey. You go step by step. Unlike traditional therapy that has no real system doesn't have a beginning in the middle an end this very specific and think about it as psycho educating and processing the wounds of childhood how you reacted to them and the encoding of the past how they broke you down and then how to recode so it's kind of like let's look at your end code decoded and then recode it and we. It doesn't matter what age you are truly doesn't matter at all and so there are no other calls Let's see if i can make another. So how do we solve this. We talk a little bit about that. We've got to straighten out our lenz of perception. Because that's why we're in this hell because we think we're not good enough. We think this we think out we we project this. We swallow that we saw harm harm others and its mass is just a mess on an individual level and then it becomes a mobile mess the healthier. We gap the less. We feel the need to victimize blame and shame others so the mind map is is your to create a model for co existence. Where the light of you is is in conjunction with the light of another and therefore you by virtue of your interconnectivity with another healthy human being creates even more. That's called synergy. In order to play. Better game live. We need to create these synergistic system and anything less than that will cause i mentioned. Chaos defenses and breakdowns. And so we can't afford not to heal ourselves because we can look at the world and in and and and look the horror on our screenings and and just way for doomsday or we could just at least star by healing ourselves and taking responsibility and raising our ethical of values through using a system for healing childhood wounds So there are no other other questions the chat no other questions. Okay so i'm gonna go to Shrink tune.

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"Individual issues so that you can be the cause of a better outcome for part two of your life so many of you do know me and some of you don't for those of you who do not know me and about me. The mind map was originally a macro attempts to create a global healing and it was originally called. Join the human race and joined. The human race was intended to help. People move from a disenfranchised world into a united humanity. And so today. I'm going to start on a micro basis and work my way up to a global basis so that we can really truly understand that we are interconnected ed and If don't heal individually we cannot expect to heal globally in so the project join. The human race became a macro to micro project called the cause healing human disconnect with the intention of course of healing global disconnect. I wanna start by reading the attention. I had back in the day Join the human race was a call for unity so wanted to lodge this project on a global scale however frankly just didn't know how to do such a huge will or call to action and so the attention was the following. As a human race we have become fragmented into nations religions social classes politics and racists. This fragmentation has resulted in clash and followed in the form of human atrocities and we are living that every day and we've been living that for many many many generations maybe since the beginning of human existence the challenge although you've been able to soar to unlimited heights in many areas of human endeavor. We have not yet accomplished the final and most important frontier to come together as a united humanity. And this is colin. Show everybody so. Please feel free to call in and we're going to start with an article. A wonderful article that i found the ad. I wanna refer to this article because talks all about ethics and ethics. Is the key one of the keys. I think the key to a mental health along with the pathway the healing which is Unearthing many many childhood wounds so The mind map started with As you know the global idea in mind and then it. Tight traded down into the micro version of healing on an individual level. So of alarm have referred to this article and then we can get into the mind map on the childhood wounds level but this is such a profoundly raid article to present this topic of individual global clashing. I can't miss excerpts from that could really find the author but it was written in february twenty first two thousand fourteen y every political and economic system eventually fails and what you can do about it and i believe the author is It's from common sense ethics. And i believe the author is lay a library and she doesn't stay her last name disappointingly in this article but i do want to give credit so. Let's start with a quote from samuel adams. He says new people will tamely surrender. Their liberties store can ease can be easily subdued. When knowledge is diffused and virtue is preserved on the contrary when people are universally ignorant and debacle in their manners. They will sink under their own weight without without the aid of foreign invaders. So let's go back to the mind map for a moment and off kind of go back and forth between the mind map and principles that this article Very very much reflects which are in line with my principals. So if you see panel one you could see from darkness. This was the original words of the mind map. It was the macro version. And you could see that in. The background is the light and then in the foreground. Are these shadows. Some from a global perspective. This is a metaphor for the potential of united humanity. And then the fracturing off of this united into what i call the 'isms in these 'isms refer to political 'isms religious is economic 'isms social 'isms race 'isms all kinds of 'isms and we're just so isn't today. That were pretty much set up. Four clashing and in my attention was to create a united not a divided humanity. So you can see that as we move from the darkness. This starkness Which overshadows us which will call for. Now let's you might as well use the map. Metaphor of childhood wounds and unethical behavior and in in my view. Ethics and mental health are really really aligned. They are really related to each other. Because the more mentally unhealthy. We are the more unethical we become and think about A our dsm. for example. Which i'm not really a big user. But you know we've got all these categories we've got all kinds of personality disorders and then we've got socio pathy e and so on and the further away we are from Being balanced the more we are injured. The more we are going to Succumb to Filling the hole in our soul through all kinds of perverted horrible and unethical Ways so when we are acting out of our of childhood we tend to be more unethical. And just to show you. The extreme of that of we both for moment to panel number six which is a representation of this clash of the 'isms and you could see. Here's where the rubber meets the road from a psychological perspective. This represents the the clashing of the psychological phenomenon. That does not work for us. So this is the break down. The final breakdown is as we all know. Homicide suicide. a loss of life Other horrible forms of breakdown could be nervous breakdown and in divorce and family breakdown on these breakdowns Take us further and further away from our light. Which is a metaphor again for our mental health in on a global scale it is a metaphor for insure connection united humanity. So you could see that as we move from the individual to the global we could parallel process it and go back and forth and see that if we're not healthy individually expand that what we have. We bought a big mess because our mental unhealth times a billion million l. Call it. 'cause i don't know how many people inhabit the earth is going to be a very very very toxic. Okay so back to the article In this article she says that politics and economical economic systems in any type of government are inherently more moral or it doesn't matter what political system. You choose what she's saying if there's a a immoral sense in the background of the people within the system are not moral ethical system is gonna collapse since she says regardless of the organic values of various economic and political systems they are all eventually doomed to corruption oligarchy in failure if the people involved in them are not at the coal in other words ethics comes first and i'll say something prided ethics comes mental health. Because if you don't have mental health you cannot develop a proper ethical system so let me go now to the micro level so you can understand how this macro in this microsystem are interconnected sauna microsystem. I speak much in my videos and in my private practice about childhood wounds i concentrate on five of them and then i'll bring in the sixth one which is the narcissistic injury. Saw the five moons that we focus. The psychological healing center are sexual abuse physical abuse. A of the glatt. Smothering and of the apathy is the narcissistic abuse. And of course this physical abuse. So if you look at all the abuses and the neglects you can see that if a child is subject to these abuses neglects it'll shatter the psyche. And when the psyche shatters. We cannot develop properly in the further. Were taken away from being connected to our family of origin. The more corrupt if you will our family blueprint is more unethical. Our family blueprint is the less we have to rely on as Models of integrity is models of mental house so he could see as we progress through the mind map that on on a micro level if we have many moons of childhood we will react to them and then we will code a lot of garbage meaning will encode a very very worked and cracklins of perception of ourselves in the world in this garbage registers as these horrible negative core beliefs. Such as are not good. Not on not a beautiful enough. I'm not a valuable and the list goes on and on and we actually live by this code. C could see that if we don't have proper nourishment from our family of origin namely our primary secondary caregivers usually mother and father if multi generational lee. We suffer from that blueprinting horrible Multi generational wounds really building a house of cards and this house of cards is not going to be sustainable and if we as individuals are not sustainable the next step is as you could see hannele number four five and six..

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"ism" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"ism" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Ism Incorporated. The following was pre recorded breaking news. The A C L. J gets a big win in federal court against the Deep state. We'll talk about that more today on secular live from Washington, D. C. Sexual live. Phone lines are open for your questions right now. Call 1 806 843110. And now your host Jordan Secular. Oh, hey, Will this secular we are. Take your phone calls. 106 84 31 2. That's 106 84311 zero's on Friday evening. Federal court Washington, D. C. Is ordered the Biden administration of the State Department to turn over to the A C L J. The unredacted Jen Psaki email regarding The newly confirmed Obama Biden administration meeting about the Iran deal. This involves that glitch that they said which was actually and it made in a video. And it goes back to the idea that the Obama Biden team was negotiating with Iran. Not when they waited for Rouhani and aim. A quote unquote were moderate Iranian President to be elected, but they were negotiating with document in a God, who was one of the the terrorist who held captive those Americans at the US Embassy. On was part of that the Islamic Revolution and was against someone that publicly they said they would never deal with. So privately at you know that this video is uncovered this glitch uncover that The negotiations began under under the occupant of his yacht years where Iran was it. Some of it was radical behavior domestically. And internationally, but especially domestically, really flexing its muscles against its own people. And this court that the judges said you can't redact this. This is not redacted. All information you need to let the sale J C, which means the American people see, it s so the Administration trying to claim presidential privilege here and there. Just record Judge said No, that this was a document not covered by the privilege, and it went on at great length, explaining why it was not. Which was the position. Of course, that we advocated at the A. C. L J, which key on this is we knew there was something going on with Iran and the United States with diplomacy that the American people are not aware of. Now. Sometimes you don't know about ongoing diplomacy, but they were publicly discussing it. They just weren't telling the truth. And then they had this crazy situation where they had this video up, explaining it, and then they edited. Never and basically remove them the parts that would be troubling for the administration. I'm gonna Andy on this and it was hide the ball, and that's why we went to court. Well, that's exactly what it was. J was hide the ball. But this federal District Judge Timothy Kelly, and an excellent of pinioned dissected the presidential communication privilege, which was what the State Department was hiding behind in refusing to give us the Jen Psaki email. I think what's critical in this, In addition is the fact that it's the Jen Psaki email as that is being that was redacted. Here was a person Who was the press secretary for the State Department, and now she's just conveniently slide it over to the White House. And it's going to be giving us the same line of information, disinformation or lives with deceit. Possibly that she gave while she was that state. What's interesting? Here is the meeting and what the decision actually Woz that was made during this has been kept private from the American people for five years. So it took. We've been in court, at least what? 3.5. I think Jordan at this point, maybe four. And you have to be patient because the court process moves in a production for use five years, five years in litigation, But now we're getting look. They're gonna appeal this. This case could end up by the way. This could be a Supreme Court case because you can bet that the State Department is going to fight like crazy because this comes on the heels. This decision. Of us finally lawsuit on Friday. Again against the Department of State for John Kerry's negotiations. He was doing during the Trump administration, and there's a reporter just easier for a moment. That went solo money was killed. Zahra gets a call from John Kerry and said, by the way, the United States is unbelievably attacked 2000 sites in Syria. Why would he share that information were to get into all of this, and we're gonna go to court to get the information. That's why your support of the A C L. J makes such a huge difference. You have the perfect matching challenge month. You've got time in April A C l J dot or double the impact of your donation. That's a C L. J..

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"ism" Discussed on The UnComfort Zone Podcast

The UnComfort Zone Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"ism" Discussed on The UnComfort Zone Podcast

"I don't know something about that is among the end does it just makes me makes me God willing to it more often than the other terms and so even in my dissertation. I'm actually using that word more but the thing about this this little called off after ism is that it works to undermine to defeat to limit everything that you are about everything that you are supposed to be about now, it's different because it is on its kind of scaly and what I mean by that is that you can have different measures you're she can be hindered by different by imposter ISM at different times and in different ways than some people are hindered by it throughout That they try to do and all this really is is when people start to think that they don't belong they don't fit in with all of your accomplishments in your achievements were attained through some type of external some type of wage external process. It means that you are not thinking about yourself in a way. Number one that is as positive as it can be and number two months this this this whole inner critic really starts to not and starts to eat at you and what it does ultimately is hold you back from what you are called to be. So think about it how many times have you talked to yourself out of doing something that you know, it's supposed to serve others how many times have you kept yourself from speaking up or from taking a position or applying for a position or submitting something or putting your work or your message out to the world? What stops you from doing that probably this little thing in your head that rhymes with witch. There's a there's a book out there birth. The which in your head except the which is, you know, the author chooses to use another word instead of which and so I put that out on one of my post lately home and I think that resonated with a lot of people so at some point I'll bring myself to say that on a podcast..

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"ism" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"ism" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"The video got out and I believe that she you know sheet. She really had a huge business. Fallout from that because it, her whole perspective was should call the police because she didn't believe that he could own this home. I remember that I read that she didn't believe the home. and. He had on the home for like thirty years. And! She said you don't live here. Yeah, I! Read the article and she said You. Don't you have I? Know My neighbors. You don't live here there thirty years on this and the you know when things like that happen and we have huge backlash. It can feel like Oh vindication, right. She got punished because she was wrong. Okay I, she she did something that was extremely ignorant, and also showed us what her implicit assumptions are. However just only stopping at punishing people, firing people doesn't change anything, and in fact, it causes things to go underground. What I think needs to happen is education. You need to begin to have discussions as you just said and begin to educate people about what that little seen that the little scenario. What does that show us about things that are going on in our Matrix of society? Where I think that's brilliant i. think that would be I think that would be so helpful I don't I don't see the. Three questions that are just. Really Poignant and and I'm sure you have a dozen more. Than I. Think would be so so helpful for people because there are people in my place in life that just don't understand you know we are limited. By. You, know the whole nature thing you know where we're. We're limited by nature, but even more by nurture by a history of experienced that our our history experienced tells us what life is like and if we aren't in the shoes of someone else. We can't know their experience and we've got to investigate that. And and try to do that. You know and my. My hope was that we could do it without vitriol but I. You know I don't I mean you know even apart from the. The race and gender issue you know he have the entire left agenda versus I don't know if there's a right agenda or not. I don't mean correct, but a right wing agenda but but I. it just boiled down to name calling and insulting. And denial, you know there is no. There's no talk about it. There's no. Let's get in the chambers and work it over. It's it's very frustrating. It's IT'S A it's a it's A. It's a very troubling time for all of us. Yeah, and that is fear is. And bias is all the. Social scientists and psychologists or read about that because as the? The confusion goes up and the fear goes up the bias. The the hidden bias goes up. It's not the things that we think. We think that are affecting us. It's sort of questions that I pose to you about advantage and such that really get to the heart of those hidden. Assumptions and those hidden thoughts that are actually running the show. I know I know there's so many times, Charlie where I've been having a conversation with someone. It's just humming along for example on an airplane. And, then in the middle I never will forget. This I was sitting in First Class was going. I think I was going to New York and talking to this lady and Accountant. We're having a great conversation and then somewhere about two hours into the ride. She asks me about my background. And when I told her that I was black, American. He gra gripped onto the handle where you call for the help. Call for the flight attendant and said No. and suddenly everything teens because she had a whole. Of assumptions that maybe she didn't even know she had, and she begin to argue with me Charlie as I don't know my own racial background. You can't be you know. How is that well, you can't. It's not. It's not possible. No, and you know. She begin to kind of lean away and back up and. Oh so what did that do? That's wooded that do to you. Well, Charlie, that has happened so many times. If I had a quarter for every time, it happened, I would be as rich as MIDAS because, and this is my point. This was a you know a lady who saw herself as a. you know a nice good. Intelligent educated lady, and she was all of those things in addition to that, she also held. What seemed to be some. Some assumptions and we call them hidden bias implicit bias unconscious. They're all the same racism. You know they're all. It's all the same and it was. It was I did not fit her picture. So when this happened I've had people. Get so angry that they yell at me. I've had people run away? And, because it's so shocks. There picture. They, they can't. They cannot bring cohesion to this thing matching this thing. Obviously. This doesn't happen with everybody. Some people go. Oh, really okay, and then we continue the conversation, but there have been many times where it doesn't happen that. And we are not again. We're not taught to lean into that space of discovery. Without shame without just say. Wow, okay, tell me more about that. I would not have known that. Tell me more about that. So Dina, you know what I'm curious about and I and I'm going to probe even deeper. If you had a quarter for every time that happened to you. When when did you hit the point where you can and focus on love? You can focus on dialogue discussion, understanding empathy. Where did you? How did you get to that point instead of? The most. Common thing would be of anger and defensiveness and. You know my guess. Is You probably went through that stage in your life I? Don't know, but it would seem natural. But, how did you get to this point of understanding of saying? We need to work together. This is the together thing. This is not a me thing this is. Not A, my group thing or a year group thing this is a human thing, and we need to get to work together as humans. Where to how? How did you get to that point you know? I really have to credit. My. Grandparents. My. Great Grandmother and you know I just really. My uncle really have to credit my family because I was never. I was never told or taught to have an expectation. that. People were going to. See me. As I am. And I was also taught to know that there are many people who will look at me and misunderstand who I am now. This isn't the say that that's the right thing. It isn't to say that people shouldn't maybe do a little better. A have a more expansive view. That's not what that saying and I think. A lot of people who were very active or activists now. They misunderstand that we're not saying that it's. Right the way things are, but you do have to understand the way things are, and if you go in expecting things to be different than they are, this is something Machiavelli even talks about you will just always wind up hurt and disappointed..

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"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

06:52 min | 2 years 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

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"And the thought of a global scale is that we were once. We were the way I. See it, and of course, people don't necessarily have to see things. The Way I see that are unique. This at what point me were one when people. Were the human ransom. Some people got were melons. People got less Melania and some people Ended up in in Asia Africa or in in. The Netherlands in whatever and so geographically we spread out like this is just that. Unfortunately we started is the main to the to to our detriment. Enoch to our benefit, and some of it is far benefit, because obviously were from people of different cultures. Obviously, we, we were enriched Cuban base because of differences. It's just the. Won't be happiness differences again. It's our responsibility to be a light to the human race. A not do what I talk about. S qualities. See it A Global Narcissism Demean Devalue Destroy Project One upsmanship. You get sneaky. There's not that feeling of a we is not feeling of a way, and it's really hard to be a we'd when we are compromised in a mental health way heart of becoming better. I have a quote about at I. If is to grab coast, says something a better me for better, we. Better me I'll absolutely yeah. So we got. Our wounds said young. It'd be better as a we because everybody's doing their work. Everybody's their own stuff. Everyone's in their me. Their me me me me so. That is something that needs to be echoed more for sure. Yeah, we could see how fast doing right. The. Resume.

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"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"On. It's just that like you. Take a moment maybe. A breath and step aside and take a more. Global View or A you from the top as they say, perspective and take a look at what is going on, take a look at your own negative core beliefs. This is triggering often you. In your own cultural beliefs of what that's triggered off you and start working with that because. At the end of the day it's inside job. Okay, we're all going to have to. Be within ourselves in figure out. Our own our own areas of a of light and a higher level of consciousness in our block levels consciousness. And do something about that so. Anyway they didn't experiment on this stuff and. They were experiment on on people who thought that people are malleable and are able to change versus people who are in the. Form ever change saw a bunch of people out of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology June two thousand fourteen. Some names David. Yeager or becca Johnston Brian Spitzer Collie sir new ski. Wow, okay. Sorry didn't pronounce it very well. Joseph powers in. Herald wack a paper, looked at some poll correlations between beliefs and stress in high school and They took some ninth waiters and. They WANNA to now they would talk about. Personalities that could change and in this particular study found that the people that believed that he pulled can change were less stressed. They.

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"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

03:38 min | 2 years 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

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

"Because you're the cause and consciousnesses caused. Let on AC. That part two in the book. That important. Let me see if I can. Get to it really quickly, officemax client father of Okay ask plan the Father Fox. In theory understood that behind anything that exists, there is consciousness. It is the organizational concept behind on Fox actions in even the material world we experience, he said. I'm our consciousness is fundamental regard matter as derivative from consciousness. We cannot get the hunt consciousness that talk about everything that we regard as exist eight postulates. So that means that we could be the cause of the consciousness, the Hind, our words in our actions, and that means that we have to be in that consciousness of human connection as opposed to human a disconnection. Each one of us has to decide what that looks like in each one of us has to decide what light we have to contribute in a world where everything is so reactionary on Taco which we have covid nineteen to deal with. This is the time to shine your light and I invite everybody to find that place within themselves that could be. An evolutionary. Head in that. that evolutionary system the panel member eight, where we'd become a team where we are helping each other row where we are not leading each other.

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"ism" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF

Dr. Judy WTF

01:54 min | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"ism" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The under the guise of sort of progressive savior ism which is at a negative connotation of among communities like that so the question or the question you're asking which is how do you can because my does does the our strategy find a way to bring marginalized communities in the economic mainstream what I've done the last three years so the world of community development finance is a world of providing of intentionally is choosing to work in communities that other financial institutions can't or won't right and to do it in a way that's beneficial to those communities so lower interest rate landing more flexible terms and conditions on and on and how do you get them to embrace progressive thinking because so many of them a credo so you don't you don't you don't start out that way something organizing strategy what you do is you're going to say let's talk let's figure out a solution and then we can provide a middle can't because we know we don't we don't do deals that don't make sense because we've investors to our investors just happen the nuns or something right so so different but but you go in and you make things happen right and then you begin to tell the story of what this stuff done right we don't care whether they think it's progressive or not we care whether it's benefiting them whether it's benefiting the community whether it's creating economic opportunity but we do care about the progress of policies that make it possible right and so what we had to do as a political thing was going to tell the stories of what we did one what we call one transaction at a time right so we can go in and say we think the financial system is evil and doesn't care about these people we went in and said that let us tell you about this form that we finance for this appointment that long we did or this one right and guess what we you know people come around we we have hi fi I don't do this anymore but I when I used to go to Washington I would have folks at the highest levels of the Republican Party the highest levels and wash in the Democratic Party say to me they're about two or three things in this town that have genuine bipartisan support in your one of a right so don't give it up right and and that's really just by not by talking through rhetoric or ideology but they're talking about the individual transactions and explaining how they work and why they work right and we had a lot of resistance but we don't anymore and so you know it's so so the short answer is we're doing it was down to the tune of a hundred fifty billion dollars so far which is not a lot of the financial sector before sliding under served communities and some in the communities where well I think we're educating the community on what the value is of providing you know restored of credit right here is a is a great one of my favorite quotes of all times is the credit is a financial transaction with a moral lineage and the meaning of that quote is you don't extend credit to anyone unless you believe in the future that's you know that's a fundamental thing and for in most of most of our experiences or many of our experiences that's what matters to people some believe and someone's going to take a risk with myself so yeah it's absolutely part of that and people get involved and they may you know they may still vote for Donald Trump and not for Elizabeth Warren or whoever right by the by we're building a progressive financial system because of press financial system is one which inclusive because people the opportunity to be part of you know change and and by large people do tend to get more progressive but that's not a condition for us any other questions okay well mark thank you so much for this.

"ism" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:37 min | 3 years 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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