35 Burst results for "Jersey City"
Dorothy Allison - The Psychic Detective: Hero or Hoax?
"Dorothy psychic powers first manifested when she was a teenager in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine fourteen year old. Dorothy stood at a bakery counter in jersey city new jersey. Her mother had sent her to get some roles for dinner suddenly outside the bakery shop window. She saw a vision of a man's blurry face and the outline of his body when the bakers spoke to dorothy. It was obvious he did notice anything. Only dorothy witnessed the specter but for hours afterwards. She couldn't shake the vague image when dorothy arrived back at home she had another psychic incident before she made it inside. The man's head appeared again this time lying on her front lawn. Dorothy world towards her front door. They're a new image blossomed before her is long. White lillies an ivory crepe hung over the entryway. These were symbols of mourning. The dorothy didn't know anyone who died. She looked back into her yard where she could still see the man's blurry face this time it's features sharpened and suddenly dorothy understood. The head was her father's and he was going to die at the time her fifty year old father was in the hospital with a bad cold. She'd been told it wasn't serious. He was otherwise healthy. But dorothy couldn't shake a feeling of dread just a few days later. George these vision came true. She stayed up waiting for her mother. Abalone add to get home from the hospital when abalone walked in she burst into tears. Dorothy his father had died at bologna herself was a psychic. People from the neighborhood often came to the house to learn their futures when she learned dorothy had predicted her father's death at bologna told her daughter that this power was a gift that sometimes came with the sting.
"jersey city" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"On my way to work and loss. Medical work blessing. Thank you okay. Thank you shoot. Is medical medical. All your your front line get that vaccine already have it. That's what i'm talking about. The debra she debra. I guess Replying to the person that was speaking about the poem about twenty twenty. It was somewhat funny but awful weapons true because Twenty twenty visit devastating. Yeah but everyone I just thank god that we got through and you know pray for the families that didn't get through and you know there's some light at the channel for twenty twenty one. We could see because now that we know you know what it is the virus and that people are being vaccine but not only that we see a large number of people that come coming out to tested and that's a plus right there also I guess a wanna commend. You also get talk show. I listened to the whole twenty twenty going to work in my car on my lunch. Break you know you can a lot of lifted you know. Sometimes when i was down you know coming out of the hospital. Just sit and going home. You know But i just thank god that he's covering a students all and prayed that we all.
13-year-old girl charged in shooting death of 35-year-old man in Jersey City
"Year old girl has been charged with the fatal shooting of a 35 year old man in Jersey City. N. B C four reports. The unidentified teen was charged with murder yesterday for the December 10th killing of Niles homes. A 24 year old man was also shot, but he survived. The team was arrested Christmas Eve and is being prosecuted as a juvenile. The motive for the shooting was not disclosed.
"jersey city" Discussed on People of the Pod
"This weekend what are you going to be talking about so saffy before. We actually even sit down to our ship table this week. We're going to be gathering to kindle. Our keynote are hanukkah. Minora's and i know talk of the holiday will be present at our table. The lights of the hundred kia were. The focus of many of the discussions are rabbis. Most notably hill and shammai had a disagreement over whether we should begin hannukah by kindling. Eight lights and decreased by one each night or begin with one light and increase each night. Hillel argued that we should increase each night. In order to bring greater sanctity and light as the holiday progresses as we know his argument one out and we follow his example to this day. I have this temp decision on my mind this week as we approach the anniversary of the shootings that took place a year ago in jersey city on the very day. We will kill the first light on our keo this year. What i remember most about the day of that murderous attack on a kosher grocery store which took the lives of jersey city detective. Joseph seals laham into france moshe deutsch. Douglas miguel rodriguez is the utter darkness. We felt most really as the light rain from the day and the reports of what happened took never darker turn the shadow of violent. Anti semitism that had settled upon pittsburgh and pow way had made its way to new jersey but then came the first bit of light to push away the darkness as our senator cory booker called to offer his support to see how the jewish community was doing and to understand how we might help more light followed emanating from further reach outs and strong responses from our congressional representatives our governor attorney general and our new jersey director of homeland security and the light began to shine even brighter as we gathered for a deeply. Moving community memorial led by rabbi leeann. More at of jersey. City's temple beth el and the new jersey community of conscience a new project..
New York Residents Reflect On Deadly Jersey City Shooting 1 Year Later
"Jersey city is marking the one year anniversary of a deadly anti Semitic attack perpetrated by two shooters who killed the Jersey City Police officer then stormed a kosher market and murdered three people inside. W. Marcie's Matt Katz reports. New Jersey Attorney General Gerbier Gray wall was on his way to Jersey City. On the afternoon of December. 10th 2019 City Detective Joseph Seals had been found executed in a cemetery and there was now a gunfight at a kosher grocery store nearby. List. Miguel Rodriguez and immigrant from Ecuador who worked at the market was dead. And soon his widow was asking great wall. Somebody hate the Jewish people. The Jewish people gave my husband a job. How could they do this? Since the shooting Gray Walls office launched an online portal where people can report discrimination and a state task force released guidelines and how to provide students with anti bias education. Haven't Bernstein, Jewish leader who now runs Community Security Service, which helps protect synagogues was also on the scene in Jersey City. That day. We said Mourners cottage for the victims and stood in the synagogue that was shared the wall of the kosher market. And as a nominee, and I've seen bullet holes on shell casings and things I just never imagined seeing in a synagogue in my lifetime, Bernstein recalls a dark December last year, there were regular attacks, an Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn and a fatal machete attack and a Hanukkah celebration in months in New York. Officials say it's talents in both the Muncie and Jersey City incidents appear to be followers of the anti Semitic black Hebrew is relate movement. Pamela Johnson, a Black Jersey city resident who runs the Jersey City Anti violence coalition, said in the aftermath, Jewish and black leaders held a joint food and toy giveaway and hosted a Hanukkah Kwanza dinner because we have to live. Amongst each other, and we do want to have a relationship, and we want to be able to make sure that we called you in respect to one another right. But for Johnson, the high profile nature of the incident obscures the anonymous gun violence that often occurs in Jersey City. Just last week, a mother of four was shot and killed on the sidewalk, two doors down from the kosher market. Didn't hear about it. Did you? Are you sure? McFadden, a cafeteria worker and a high school and a mother of four, was shot dead in front of her kids last Friday.
Ronald "Khalis" Bell, co-founder of Kool & the Gang, dead at 68
"Ronald Ronald Police. Bell singer and co founder of the band Cool in the gang passed away yesterday at the age of 68 because of death has not been released and back in 1964 Bell and his brother, Robert Cool Bell, who were just teenagers at the time formed Kool and the Gang in Jersey City, New Jersey. Belle Co wrote the song Celebration among others. So break good. Also get down on it. Jungle Boogie Ladies night and cherish that You're
"jersey city" Discussed on The Academic Minute
"How does higher education evolve after Covid Nineteen I'm Dr Lynn Pascarella President Association of American colleges and universities, and today on the academic minute John Elon associate professor in the Management Department at the New Jersey City University, looks into possibilities research on the impact of the covid nineteen global pandemic crisis continues to unfold. But one thing is certain. The very fabric of higher education has changed forever. In this New Paradigm Faculty and Senior Administrators should leverage their own institutions, agility, resilience, and creativity. To remain relevant and achieve sustainability. The ARC model consists of four research based core values critical to implement as a first step forward during this crisis. The first call value of ARC requires faculty and administrators to engage in what research is called deep sustained and prolonged reflection. Such reflection with then contribute to the second core value researchers have identified as the ability to leverage nuance practices instead of best. Practices. Nuance. Practices are necessary as the third core value because any strategy undertaken by the faculty to focus on their research and institution needs to focus on its mission. Finally. Researchers continue to emphasize since few strategies have a real impact on the trajectory of the college or university. Institution should focus on implementing tactics critical to the too short term success also known as strategic imperatives. Although the impact of Kobe nineteen as yet to fully materialize the latest research suggests higher education institutions need to rethink antiquated management strategies redesigned the role of faculty and launch, more agile financial model that was John Danila of Jersey City University..
Incoming freshmen discuss what it's like to start college during a pandemic
"Now, one more thing about what it's like to start your freshman year of college during a pandemic I think's away that the virus is affecting incoming freshmen. This group of people on a really unique way that time between high school and college during a normal year when there's not a pandemic is already stressful. It's such a big moment. Name is Lauren MacKinnon. I am an education reporter after coats. I was thinking a lot about the summer between my senior year of high school in my Freshman Year of college when I was just being anxious and also being excited and worried about the transition though a pandemic into it, all this as schools and colleges across the country struggle with their reopening plants here though an economic crisis in. In, family struggling during the pandemic it makes it even more difficult and I really wanted to capture the stories and understand kind of decisions young people were making and how those decisions the rest of their lives. My. Name is Adrian Williams I'm eighteen years old I'm from Jersey City New Jersey and I go V illustrious. Howard University. School is fully online. So I'm I'm home. So Asiana she has wanted to go to Howard University for years. And you know she applied when she senior she's ready to go and all of a sudden. It didn't really make a ton of sense to. Apply for loans and do all the stuff when the economy's in great money is just not looking right and I can't and I and it was it was to the point where I literally couldn't go I could not school. The balance is not paid and no one in my family had good enough credit to cosign on my loan and so all of a sudden kind of her goal for most of high school to grow to this university didn't make sense because of the pandemic when it's done to higher education and so I think her big kind of. Decision making process really revolved around money. She was considering the community college closer to home. She would save a lot of money doing that it was really about the financial implications of this and I'm. Doing the best for her emily the you know the decision to take out loans right now that's going to affect you know for the rest of your life. started out I really didn't think it would affect my college at all. Zeros did I think that it would be like this I think the big theme is just the decisions that these students are hatching make because the pandemic. I think that you know we hear a lot about young people, college students, breaking rules, and wanting to party not wearing masks I think we is happening but these were students who really wanted to play by the rules really just wanted as normal college experience as possible try to as they can happen and it just didn't happen or they have to change it and make alterations to the original plans, which is something that everyone is having to you in different ways but if you're an incoming freshman this. Desert ways since decisions could play out. So once they announced a statement saying. No one is community campus. The tuition was perfectly reduced to the fact where we opinionated cash like us how small the ballots was. Running for Miss Freshman so you might. Think that I can do a good job in even if I don't end up winning Miss Freshman, I think I will have a lot of fun running. For Miss Fresh. I'm going to try.
Ariel by Dean Friedman
"Everybody welcome back to the story Song podcast on accoring I'm Rachel Oakes, and the Michael Gazelle ever so we walked through the world of a story song and this week. We are looking into the mouth of madness. Earned this is. Ariel by Dean Friedman I mean before we get started with anything man I I heard this song for the first time about two hours ago. And all I have to say is what I just listened to. Yeah I could go into. Love it I also heard this on. I think it was on the seventy channel on Satellite Radio and yeah, much like lonely boy. It was definitely a like. What wait a minute? What is happening by this? Was this left me less angry. I was definitely far more delighted. Delight it's a delight. Well. It's the opposite where whereas lonely boy leaves out a lot of the story. Yeah, this is every single. detail. And I'm saying. This is. Lonely boy is. All story, no details this. There's no story this. Details. This is a ninety fashion magazine. Because this is details, there's nothing. have. So yeah, I like I, said I think this is the rare song that I do think a good song and yet I'd love it I really legitimately love this song, but also but again. Being fully aware that objectively dishonest, not good, and we're going to get more into into that and to to Misa. Friedman's career later on, but. Okay so the story is where in New Jersey. and. Our narrator, OUR PROTAGONISTS DEAN! We'll call him. meets a young lady at the mall He instantly falls in love with her again. We learned a lot of details like she's Jewish Does not see I mean that's fine, but it's not seem to. Matter one way or the other? and. He tells her that he's in a rock and roll band. She should come see it, she does. They go to dairy queen. His place. They Watch TV and they make love at the end and were Oh, enroll so total that will dean has fallen in love with this woman. Whose name is Ariel? We've also told that she has a beautiful singing voice at no point in the song she sing. and has nothing to do with anything that is the refrain of is how beautiful! So, what do they I don't way on the. Side! Berbie. Young? Sang binding Bahrain. Bob Bob. Mark. She was working for the breads grief. was. In. A cop she was looking to change, so was I. Let's start at the top here. He says hey, on the would start at the top as if it matters. We can start sideways. It really doesn't matter, but it's just a series of details and the order does not matter. Just, just for tradition, sake, it started. Says, way on the other side of the Hudson deep in the bosom of suburbia. I met a young girl. She sang mighty fine tears on my pillow and Ave Maria quite the rain. Definitely? End Ave. Maria the first thing I want to say. Is that so I believe? Dean lives in New Jersey. In Paris and we can discuss that in a moment, but it is sort of funny. How he saying way on the other side of the Hudson so that is oriented from New York City. From Manhattan. And yet, so it's in a way. He's almost seeing himself. Not as the central character in his own story in a way, or not in the central location like he's thinking of himself, as I'm on the other side of the Hudson Right. New York City like I it just I just find that. Hitting The impression that I got was that he was from New York. City and he went out to Jersey. Okay that is very possible. That's what I winning I. Wanted Sketch what I thought too, or he's. He's keeping in mind. His audience, which is probably clubs in New York City and they're like. If he just said parameters they'd be like. Where is that mythical place? Like. Any night paramus through the mall is on the other side of the Hudson. Oh, you mean New Jersey I never go there. Yeah and that's the other thing. That's funny, too, is that he doesn't say deep in New Jersey says on the other side of the Hudson right so again. It's like a you know that's the way so in from from you know some some manhattanite. Club Goer might even think of it. It's like Oh. That's on the other. That's across the bridge. Exactly I never go. I only see it from my penthouse apartment. But I've never actually been over there. So debate I gotTA, take. Half trained to get there no. There's no way this this hypothetical. We're talking about. They'll even know the term the Pat Oh you. Don't even know what your dot car service all the way. Yeah or at least a taxi, yeah! If for some reason, they have to go to Jersey. City but yeah. They are not familiar with with the path train. The train goes on a path I know. But the rest of it. I don't know what you're talking about. New Jersey.
2019 saw most anti-Semitic incidents in US in 40 years, tally finds
"Anti semitic incidents in the U. S. reached a record high last year including deadly attacks on the California synagogue a Jewish grocery store in Jersey city and the rabbis New York home the anti defamation league's report found two thousand one hundred seven anti semitic incidents in two thousand nineteen the highest tally since the group began tracking incidents in nineteen
Lockdown protests held across U.S.
"Many protesters say all businesses should re open at once the solution to this is hurting more people that's how we need to open up our state now others suggest a more gradual approach in a tweet Saturday the Wisconsin department of health services says none of that can happen until there's more testing labs PP and supplies New Jersey has re opened state parks WCBS TV's Corey James is this fixture Osage is jumping for joy stop the only kid thrilled to be at liberty state park in Jersey city the light infantry came out with his brother and mom all of them have been dealing with the case of cabin fever because of the stay at home order and for fifteen to sell really enjoying this
New York - N.J. steps up to help front-line workers
"It is often said that if you want something done ask a busy person such is the case with Amy Frank Goldman she runs her own wealth management firm in New Jersey she's also home schooling her daughter currently recovering from the corona virus and just last week launched the local chapter of the front line appreciation group on Facebook where she helped raise money for men and women on the front lines of the pandemic she's here to talk about her group AB how did this begin for you I would think about what it really cross the river from New York City and we were around for nine eleven but all the started blowing up and we're watching what happens in New York City I didn't think I had to do something so I started looking around for the opportunity that kind of help the front line workers who believe that the not the front end of this but also I kept seeing all these stories about small businesses that were struggling with self you know if we were to show our appreciation for the people who are online why can't we do that by using local restaurants to to fund that goal to give some of that money back into the community out there I started a page on Facebook and it just went bananas so how does it work so basically what we do is we take a donation from the people who work during the day of the FIFA pages they are both of them on the peacock set up in those two nations are used to pay local restaurants to deliver meals to a number of different areas of the province so far would cover your rooms I see rooms in hospitals has been silent again care center others a certain hotline whether entering the coronavirus called for the town in city hall you ought to put areas will actually branching out into pharmacist store clerk so even in little league international appreciation to all the people who are out there leading up function in the new normal that we have so what's cooperation but like if you have a lot of buy in from supporters it's been incredible we have two thousand members in the group demanded money that we raise is is truly inspirational and it didn't go to do things that you know initially I thought we'd be able to provide a couple meals but now it looks like we'll be able to do that for weeks a month or south based on the money that was raised well for speak with Anne Frank golden she's the founder of the Hoboken and Jersey city New Jersey frontline appreciation group on Facebook they're raising money for health care workers so in terms of distribution do you have volunteers deliver things out of that and work with the beautiful about it so what about certain Hoboken hello they had a delivery business but for the most part eleven had done in Florida right so they can bring a lot of those restaurant into delivery only in their delivery people that work for those first on to the ones that have been facilitating the delivery and it's been kind of a fun experience because I love to share the photos of the food and preparing an offer the food in the hands of the into the front line people also the nurses the doctors they've actually receive the food in a long time some of the donors wanted me to deliver themselves and sending pictures of themselves like him to come over to the nurses station which is like a really cool thing to see you know Willie so have the health care workers responded well they probably domino's just hopes I think I think that they have a lot more variety in the lab options and that's another thing I try to make it through the week of the nutrient dense now that their job is not just mentally taxing the critical impact with while so serving them pizza and sub five need to week seven to week that's really not going to be the fact that he's a resources so I'm very specific when they speak the restaurant about what they're preparing for them making sure they're getting a good meal but you know that the end of the day it's really comes from the heart in the two people who I don't wanna call them unsung heroes but in normal times were not in the time of the pandemic or crisis of course people appreciate what they do you know what it really comes before court right now for those around the country listening who aren't familiar Jersey city and Hoboken very heavily populated areas certainly no choices of food right have you gone out on a limb and thrown something exotic at these health care workers I'm sure that we had a vegan restaurant a little bit you know what we've got everything from Italian to Thai food in Indian food coming later this week so it's definitely a lot of variety I think the one joint I so I think I saw a stat from small business owners generally speaking who say they're down to like eighty percent of business at this point under this under these restrictions because they're limited to just take out or delivery anybody say that what you're doing is helping keep them afloat and they might otherwise close account for me is that I want to be fair and sometimes give the opportunity probably have everybody's gotten Hoboken to participate before I go back to him he has already done a delivery so for being realistic you know five or six hundred on delivery you can change the bottom line over a week two weeks three weeks for a company or for a cyclical restaurant what I'm trying to do is when we were away please post operative could show the health care workers I always put the link to that restaurant in the in the polls and I think you're considering going out thing to consider this restaurant what I'm trying to bring awareness to these small business owners the people know that they're delivering other they're still out there and maybe they have a doctor orders not restaurant in awhile or maybe they had ordered the question before and so now in addition to being able to provide something for the front line we're getting a little bit of P. are the people who are helping us make that happen well that is Amy Amy Frank Goldman again head of her local chapter of the front line appreciation group on Facebook in
"jersey city" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"At a kosher market in Jersey city suspects were open about their hatred people saw the subject they knew they were angry they knew they were hate filled they knew they were anti semitic neither anti law enforcement the FBI still Denihan said it's the kind of rhetoric the public should have shared and unfortunately which is pretty standard not a lot was reported to law enforcement on that three months later domestic terror attacks like Jersey city or a growing threat and Denihan implored the public to say something if they see something Erin cutters he ABC news New York a Danvers woman sees a tire coming off a trailer truck in front of her crashing through her windshield what a scare Karen Hagen says it smashed right into her face she has a bad cut she chipped tooth and was checked out for concussion the other driver sided but no word on charges yet he get is the wife of a retired Danvers police officer all right a population boom in bodies of water around the state let's go fishing Massachusetts fish and wildlife officials have started stocking the state's ponds lakes and rivers with more than a half a million trout the stocking program began earlier this week on Cape Cod in southeastern Massachusetts in areas west of Boston other bodies of water across the state will be stocked with Brooke brown and tiger trout raised in hatcheries in sandwich Palmer Belchertown Sunderland and Montague these fish will join more than sixty thousand fish stock last fall at least until you catch one of them aren't going WBZ Boston news radio mosh Alaska's most famous race kicked off over the weekend the Iditarod trail sled dog race started this weekend in anchorage Alaska only fifty seven mushers are competing the second smallest field in the past two decades P. Kaiser is the.
Early-Morning Fire Rips Through Multiple Homes, Cars In Jersey City
"Ten people forced from their home early this morning in a fire in Jersey city eyewitnesses say a food truck caught fire early this morning they say flames leaped from that truck to some cars and then to to multi dwelling homes at four hundred Mercer street this fire chief one of the first people on the scene by the very difficult to get out there's a lot of gasoline a reprise of burning unfortunately spread to the exterior of building the families living
New Jersey Expands Definition Of Terrorism Under State Law Following Deadly Kosher Market Attack
"News server via signed legislation expanding the definition of terrorism under state law that's in response to last month's fatal attack on a kosher market in Jersey city reviews of the new law will make it clear that New Jersey is committed to the elimination of hate in all its forms legislation passed unanimously about a month after the attack little to Jersey city police detective dead along with three people inside the market authorities have said the attackers expressed hatred of Jews and of law enforcement the new laws as terrorism includes crimes aimed at inciting terror against people based on their religion race or national origin and other
Bruce Springsteen’s Son Sam Joins Jersey City’s Firefighters
"Los on hand as the sun was sworn in along with fourteen other in Jersey city firefighters corresponded to Michael's Bruce Springsteen's youngest son Sam was one of the fifteen new firefighters sworn in the boss and his wife Patty Ron had to watch their youngest child's big moment Springsteen says the family is very proud of Sam's accomplishment a few years Sam Springsteen has been a volunteer firefighter since graduating from a mom of county fire academy in twenty
Bruce Springsteen's son sworn in as a firefighter in Jersey City
"Bruce Springsteen son has been sworn in as a firefighter with the Jersey city fire department along with fifteen others Sam Springsteen was joined Tuesday by his famous father and mother Patty ski Alfa at city hall along with mir Stephen full up and other city officials the boss sent in front in the front row is is a twenty five year old son was sworn into the new is
New York Synagogue Attack: The community responds to recent violence
"Five people were injured this weekend after man attacked them while they were celebrating Hanukkah at the home of the his CITIC rabbi in Muncie New York Muncie is a suburb northwest of the city and your sons the low one went to Muncie yesterday and he's on the line now from New York City come morning Hansi the morning well so this suburb Muncie is home to a big Jewish community I know you are on about yesterday talking to people what did they tell you I talked to folks who live on the same street of that home of their rabbi where the attack occurred lot of people feeling very vulnerable after the attack and are very concerned about their personal safety is a community that's been talking about how to defend themselves for weeks on for months this is thinking the poor people are thinking about the recent attacks not just in from this weekend but also the recent shootings at a kosher grocery store in Jersey city New Jersey the left people dead and and also folks are thinking about volunteering with their neighborhood street patrols and some were even thinking of getting licensed to carry firearms in order to defend themselves right what do we know about the five people who were injured in this attack how are they doing well near governor Andrew Cuomo told NPR that as of Sunday evening two of the five victims were in critical condition one with skull fractures they survived an attack in which in the attack apparently used a long machete looks like a sword and that people inside of this home to furniture at the attacker try to fend for themselves and ultimately the tanker try to go next door to a synagogue but it was locked this story is developing as we would expect and will continue developed to develop over the next few days but I wonder about the suspect in this case what do we know about this man so far what are people saying police identified him as graft in Thomas and he has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and burglary charges and his family has released a written statement through his attorney and time just family has said that quote was raised in a home which embraced and respected all religions and races and that he has quote no known history of anti semitism the families asked the attorney Michael Sussman to request a mental health evaluation because they say that Thomas has a long history of mental illness and hospitalizations and times is due back in court this Friday okay and here's Hansi low long from New York country thanks so much you're welcome the attacker in yesterday's attack was arrested in Harlem in New York City which is about thirty miles away from Monsey New York City is home to the largest population of Jewish people outside of Israel so what is the city doing to protect Jewish communities there I'm online now with new York's mayor bill de Blasio good morning Mister mayor good morning have you talked to anyone in Muncie New York I've talked to so many people in your community of New York City who are very very close to their colleagues in Muncie is that it's a very tight relationship it's not that far away Susan a surge of anti semitic attacks in New York governor Cuomo says there been at least thirteen in the state since December eighth then there was that horrific attack in New Jersey on the kosher grocery store in New York City specifically Mister mayor what are you doing about this well we we consider the crisis really there is a growing antisemitism problem in this whole country is taking a more more violent forms we are doing three things in particular with this is what I announced to the committee SA I stood with community leaders of all different communities who who stood in solidarity with the Jewish community in Brooklyn yesterday so one piece of course is very physical and media intensified NYPD presence police presence along with things like security cameras will be putting into key locations in the community additional light towers so that people know that there's eyes on the situation that there's clear vigilant to prevent attacks we have made a habit when the Jewish community is attacked anywhere in the world to reinforce key to use community locations in New York City board do it now on a much bigger scale but typically in Brooklyn where we think the most important vulnerabilities are second is an effort to bring together a variety of communities incoming calls with the Jewish community can unity safety coalitions we call them and this will be in key neighborhoods where you'll see type of committee patrol but it will be multi ethnic on purpose it will be people of different backgrounds warding off attacks the connecting vertically with young people and we had a problem with some is this is for young people acting on anti semitism sometimes without a great ignorance we want the people of all different communities intervening connect with young people stopping these attacks before they happen and then lastly is the education piece the equation again focused on young people in our school starting when school comes back in a few days of intensive I curriculum focusing on anti semitism and the danger that is created by hate and how any acts of hate ultimately are not only destructive unto themselves when they come back there for all communities and that domino affect and he just breeds more hate and more violence that's what we need to teach our young people you were talking about some very concrete steps there I want to ask you something my colleague Kansi low one who I was on the line with just before you he was in Muncie yesterday he talked to a man named laser Klein this is what the man told him I
New York City police commissioner: "We will keep the Jewish community safe"
"A stabbing at a Hanukkah celebration in Rockland county on Saturday night was the thirteenth anti semitic attack in New York state in three weeks and it was the latest in a string of violence targeting Jews in the region mayor bill de Blasio and governor Andrew Cuomo have deployed additional police patrols to Jewish neighborhoods across the city and state and some leaders are asking officials to do more to protect local Jewish populations we're joined now by Jody ruder and she's the editor in chief of the national Jewish news organization the forward Jody good morning thanks for joining me thanks for having wishes to governor Cuomo repeatedly emphasized yesterday that this attack didn't happen in isolation can you start by putting this latest incident in context sure I mean there's a couple different ways to think about it we've had several violent murderous deadly attack at synagogues over the last year and a half or so starting with of course because they're not but there were eleven people were killed October twenty seventh of last year and then the most recent violence was not in the Senate on but they are very deadly include in Jersey city where culture supermarket was attacked and three people were killed there but there's also another contact you mentioned the thirteen incidents in in the New York area in your state and virtually every week for the last several months maybe even two years we've seen a **** beatings and other other kinds of attacks the the New York Stock she's mostly in Brooklyn and in neighborhoods that are that are known as casting a class or ultra orthodox neighborhoods so there's also that contacted you can kind of a drum beat in those communities and has really gone unanswered while knows more deadly of violent attacks in places like Jersey city public California at Berkeley and now months we have got national and international attention NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea has called this a crisis governor Cuomo has referred to this increase in hate crimes as a cancer and a higher up at the anti defamation league told CNN that the city's Jewish community is in the midst of an epidemic all this language being used here it doesn't seem like a new level of violence and intolerance in our region absolutely and I and I don't think it's necessarily really regional I mean I think it's really the anti semitism have gone up marginally as well it's still looking completely different time plays healing and then the I've seen in my lifetime I think yeah it's hard to even imagine even five years ago I looked into the matter in the situation where people would be talking and thinking about antisemitism the way they are now there was a a national survey done came out in October about a year after Pittsburgh that said that a quarter of American Jews were not going to places or events because of fear of Jewish places or events like actually god or school because of Sierra and the anti semitic attacks and that thirty one percent were decided not to where their duty is invisibly whether that be by wearing a skull cap yarmulke order Stargate around their neck because this year those numbers were shocking to me I I can't imagine one in four American Jews when I was growing up being afraid of going to a to a synagogue actually tell you tell that to that point I I want to play you a clip from a man named Robert Brown he's Jewish he lives in Brooklyn and he was at last night's menorah lighting in grand army plaza listen to what he had to say I think I did a
New York City police commissioner: "We will keep the Jewish community safe"
"Still a stabbing at a Hanukkah celebration in Rockland county on Saturday night was the thirteenth anti semitic attack in New York state in three weeks and it was the latest in a string of violence targeting Jews in the region mayor bill de Blasio and governor Andrew Cuomo have deployed additional police patrols to Jewish neighborhoods across the city and state and some leaders are asking officials to do more to protect local Jewish populations we're joined now by Jody ruder and she's the editor in chief of the national Jewish news organization the forward Jody good morning thanks for joining me thanks for having this is a governor Cuomo repeatedly emphasized yesterday that this attack didn't happen in isolation can you start by putting this latest incident in context sure I mean there's a couple different ways to think about it we've had several violent murderous deadly attack accident god over the last year and a half or so starting with of course the Pittsburgh massacre were eleven people were killed October twenty seventh of last year and then the most recent violence would not as an adult but they are very deadly include in Jersey city were kosher supermarket was attacked and three people were killed there but there's also another contact you mentioned the thirteen incidents in in the New York area in your state and virtually every week for the last several months maybe even two years we've seen a **** beating the latter other kinds of attacks they did the orthodox Jews mostly in Brooklyn and in neighborhoods that are that are known as casting a glow or ultra orthodox neighborhoods so there's also doc transaction in kind of a drum beat in those communities and has really gone unanswered while knows more deadly of violent attacks in places like Jersey city public California absence Berg and our monthly have got national and international attention NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea has called this a crisis governor Cuomo has referred to this increase in hate crimes as a cancer and a higher up at the anti defamation league told CNN that the city's Jewish community is in the midst of an epidemic all this language being used here it doesn't seem like a new level of violence and intolerance in our region absolutely and I and I don't think it's necessarily really regional I mean I think it's really the anti semitism have gone up marginally as well it's still looking completely different time plays healing and then I'd seen in my lifetime and I think yeah it's hard to even imagine even five years ago I love that that amount in the situation where people would be talking and thinking about antisemitism the way they are now there was a a national survey done came out in October about a year after Pittsburgh that said that a quarter of American Jews were not going to places or events because of fear of Jewish places or events like actually god or school because of Sierra and the anti semitic attacks and that thirty one percent were decided not to where their Judaism visibly whether acting by wearing a skull cap yarmulke order Stargate around their neck because this year those numbers were shocking to me I I can't imagine one in four American Jews when I was growing up being afraid of going to a to a synagogue actually Jody to that to that point I I want to play you a clip from a man named Robert Brown he's Jewish he lives in Brooklyn and he was at last night's menorah lighting in grand army plaza listen to what he had to say I think
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Calls Hanukkah Knife Attack Domestic Terrorism
"Five people have been hurt after suspect one on a knife attack during a Hanukkah party in Rockland county New York the latest in a series of anti semitic crime calling it inexplicable hate and violence governor Andrew Cuomo assured members of the orthodox Jewish community that the state would combat anti semitism in all its forms if anyone thinks that something poisonous is not going on in this country then there in not in denial Jewish communities in this area were already on edge prior to Saturday nights Hanukkah stabbing we've had thirteen acts of anti semitism since December eighth in New York state those incidents came on the heels of a targeted shooting of a kosher grocery in Jersey city Steve casting
NYC ups policing in Jewish areas after spate of attacks
"New York City police are stepping up patrols in Jewish neighborhoods in the city after multiple reports of anti semitic assaults this week during the Hanukkah holiday as New York city's mayor met with Jewish leaders in crown heights detectives were arresting a woman on hate crime charges for slapping three female victims in the face and head during the interrogation she made statements that she commit this crime because she thought that they were they were Jewish chief of detectives Rodney Harrison says it's not an isolated case we've noticed eight eight crimes that are alarming to us Monday a man wearing a yarmulke was attacked and kicked in Manhattan and two boys were accosted by a group of attackers in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn the Jewish community is already on edge since an attack earlier this month at a kosher market in Jersey city that left a policeman and three civilians dead I'm Jackie Quinn
"jersey city" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor
"Code. Strecker S. T. R. E. C. K. E. R. and now back to the podcast. Yeah with ammonia ends feel. Okay spy Sir. Can you please plan a sit down meet and greet for small groups soon. I know you've talked about it on and off before the quickey photo ops are fun once or twice but the fans want more. You know what that is a good question I'm going back on tourists dossier spring twenty twenty. So sometimes I in the past. I've done like retreats with the audience went to take your there. We went to Kaneohe ranch and it was so much for my my mom and dad were they adopt a wider. was there. It was great. I love that I want to do more of those but when I have when I'm on a tour for somebody there's just not time there's just physically not time now So once a tours over yeah I would say don and I were talking about. Maybe like Canyon Ranch Summer Twenty twenty. So that's a way to do a meet and greet it's. It's almost like a girl slumber lumber party I have to do here. Though in our apartment sleepover in Jersey City or in the city or a day I would like to meet girls brunch on. Maybe like a girls like dinner out. I don't know but it's something I'm definitely down to work on Also speaking of Dossey Kelsey spring tour. I have some ideas about how I can. Maybe meet some of Y'all next leg of the tour. But I have to talk to you. Know peeps agents in peeps. It's like that before. I can say anything about that but just you know to say I I WANNA see you too. That's the point. I WANNA hang out I want to show you and we're we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA make it happen in twenty twenty like a politician twenty twenty. What is the update on your vitamix? Now.
"jersey city" Discussed on People of the Pod
"Rabbi David Levy is the director of. AJC's New Jersey office over the past week. He has been at the center of much of the response to the Anti Semitic shooting in Jersey City. He joined us in in studio this week to help fill us in on the situation there. David thank you so much for joining us. I'm glad to be here. Thank You Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop. Who is Jewish himself was right at the center of the response to this attack? What have we seen from other New Jersey? Elected officials like Governor Phil Murphy. Are we satisfied with the way that New Jersey Asia has responded. I think we've been really happy with the response that we've gotten from our leaders in New Jersey Governor Murphy has been out front. He's He's been in Jersey City himself Many times throughout the past week. He's met with interfaith leaders. He's met met with the families of the victims. He met with members of the community He took part in an inter-faith study session right right before the weekend to really connect with the religious leaders of the community. We were with him at his at. The governor's governor's mansion For a Hannukah celebration that had been previously scheduled and both he and the first lady Tammy I spent a good amount of time talking about what had happened to the Jewish community their support for the Jewish community Attorney General Gruber Gray while has been an amazing partner and friend during this past week. I think he's brought a sense of calm and thoughtfulness and I really have to give a a special recognition to The Director of the Office of Homeland Security in New Jersey Jared maples. Who has he in? His staff have really worked hard to be in touch with all of the Jewish leadership throughout New Jersey. To make sure that we were keyed in on what was happening with breath the investigation. I met with him yesterday. Along with our director of Global Communications. Avi Mayor and one of the things. Jared stressed to US was that they've been one of the key. Parts of their investigation has been determining. Winning is there any continuing threat and he was very clear that based on their investigation and on federal investigation. There are no continuing timbering threats tied to this particular incident. I can just say in my role kind of as host here at somewhat impartial observer. I can say that there's You know new organization that has done more to survey the field when it comes to antisemitism in America than AJC. Here I think in our show notes. We should link to do the antisemitism in America study that. AJC put out recently and listeners All of you can check that out for yourself to understand the state of play. When it comes to antisemitism in America I would say in fact when we met with the Office of Homeland Security it was to introduce them to that survey which they found to be very he useful to them in their work? Supporting the Jewish community in fighting this threat of anti-semitism They gave us a lot of Kudos for the work. We've been doing doing and how useful they're finding it. Let me ask you something of a complex question now. David which is I think many of us notice that this shooting it didn't receive maybe the media attention that we would have expected it to receive an. I can think of two possible reasons why that might be. One is as some people said twenty years ago during the Crown Heights. Riots where similar to Jersey City ultra-orthodox Haredi Jews were the were the victims quote. They're not what our kind of Jews. And so because they don't look like Jerry Seinfeld you know people muster less sympathy when hurried are the are the victims. The other there is Quite frankly that the perpetrators were not the kind of people who prefer to see killing Jews right. Obviously we don't want to see people killing Jews but I think American Jews News in general have a liberal mindset and expect that when Jews are victims white supremacists will be the perpetrators that was not the case here so because of those two complicating locating factors. Perhaps there was a lackluster response. Perhaps lackluster attention. Paid to this incident. Do you think that that's right. Well I think. Certainly there's a piece of this that involves the fact that the ultra-orthodox community can be seen as somewhat insular and so people don't feel as naturally early connected I think that that may be a place. Certainly the fact that we've come to expect violent antisemitism to to come from white supremacists made this incident. Not Fit may be the story that most people have in their heads. I would add another piece from some of the things. Yes I've heard. Many people are wondering if maybe we're becoming a little inured to this following going back to the shootings in Pittsburgh and the fact fact that in Pittsburgh it was eleven people killed in a synagogue during worship following that we had powei which certainly again was in a sanctuary and again felt shattering we had Christ church which hit the Muslim community and some are wondering if maybe we are getting a little the two used to hate crimes and violent hate crimes that involve killings I hope not and I think one of the things that we've we've tried to do since especially through some of the statements we've put out is to make it clear that even one life lost to hate is one life if too many. It's scary to think that this might be the new normal and it's up to us to make sure that no one really feels that way in the aftermath of the shooting and elected member of the Jersey City the School Board Joan Terrell posted on facebook calling Jews living in Jersey City quote brutes spreading the wild conspiracy theory that quote six six. Rabbis were accused of selling body parts and asking. If quote we are brave enough to explore the message that the shooters were trying to send both earful up and governor Murphy have called on her to resign but this raises the larger question. What kind of conclusions should we draw about the state of black Jewish relations in New Jersey? Well first of all let me say that we also condemned her statements and I think her statements drew roof from that well of toxic language that only clauses anti Semitism to thrive She deleted the post but then later double double down by saying she. She meant it so I I would double down by saying she truly does need to resign. There's no place on a board of education especially Saly for someone who would speak that way in terms of the relationship between the black and Jewish community in New Jersey. In general I have to go to my own experience which is very close relationships with leaders from the African American church world from the Muslim world world the variety of relationships that we have both personally and professionally Don't point to an overarching issue. But I do think we have to pay attention to the fact that there are certainly tensions in various of our communities between black and Jewish Members of those communities and in Jersey City. They're certainly from everything I've learned. I don't live there but from everything I've learned There are some underlying tensions between the black and the Jewish community in that area of Jersey. City they're not worthy of the language that was is used. They certainly have no connection from anything. I've heard or anything. I know no connection at all to this incident but perhaps they've opened our eyes to the fact that we do need to redouble our efforts to bring together our communities to work on those issues shoes that are often economic issues that caused deep despair within their community to work on those issues together and to see how our communities can can work together to rebuild our relationships and strengthen them to the mutual benefit of both our peoples. Well that brings me to my last question which is kind. Where do we go from here? You know I saw this morning. That support totaling one point. Five million dollars has been sent to Jews in Jersey City. I assume that they don't need any more money. So what does the community need. How can we at J. C.? Help how can our listeners. Help support the Jewish Community Jersey City. I've been heartened by how much money seems to have been a raised for all of the families of the victims They certainly need and deserve our support. it was wonderful that with the support of the community that Mr Rodriguez who his family's wishes were to bring him back to Ecuador to be buried in his home country that that was able to happen. And this is the Latino man who was killed he worked in the store exactly I was heartened. That are Medical Examiner worked very quickly and expediently to make sure that the Jewish victims could be buried according to Jewish tradition and that there would be no delay in their Barium so a lot of those initial good things have happened. I think the work that needs to happen going forward is is a lot of the relational work that Aj sees been very involved in that other members of the Jewish community. That have been involved in. I have to give a bit of credit to my colleague. Rabbi Leeann Morritt. Who is the rabbi of Beth El Congregation in Jersey City who immediately brought together people for for healing service? Who brought together people for that? Interfaith study session that I that I spoke of and I've been in touch with Liana about how can AJC a c help her in the next steps in the next steps I really think Speak to what we were speaking about before. Certainly healing rifts. May that this may have been brought out in Jersey City community and certainly are as JC doubling down on our efforts to combat anti. He's Semitism in our society making sure that we didn't just do a survey but now we're using the results of that survey which we are to inform federal authorities which was shared with the FBI recently in a briefing to share it with state authorities like we did with Homeland and security to share it with our congressmen and senators. So that as they encourage the use for instance of our definition definition of antisemitism the I.. HR A Definition of Anti Semitism not as a legal tool but as a eh tool so that they can Recognize Anti Semitism and combat and in all its forms. I think we need to be as a community. Very focused on those kinds of efforts right when you get right down to it. There's no one else who's GonNa come in and with a magic wand wad and make antisemitism go no one else is coming to fix this problem at the end of the day. It's up to us. David thank you so much for all of your hard work for JC and for the Jewish people in New Jersey. And thank you for joining us today on people at the pot. Thank you January. Two Thousand Fifteen International Criminal.
"jersey city" Discussed on People of the Pod
"Hello and welcome to people of the pot brought to you by. AJC The Times of Israel each week we take you beyond the headlines and help you understand what they all mean for Israel and the Jewish people aren't Cogan and I'm on your bre share pacman German so money. Who did you talk with this week? I had the religious speaking with two fellow journalists from the Times of of Israel. Jacob Maggot and Eric Cordola. Jacob explained the latest developments in the international criminal courts examination of the tension between Israelis and Palestinians. And whether are there any war crimes have been committed by either party. Or both and Eric explained why anti-semites see the impeachment of president trump as Jewish conspiracy. Seffi tell us nurse who you spoke with. I spoke with Rabbi David Levy Director of AJC's New Jersey Office about the ongoing efforts to fight antisemitism in that state in the wake of the shootings as last week in Jersey City. Let's show this.
"jersey city" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"Just working class woman and it was. It was it. It was a company midtown and financial front but she was the lowest person on it. She was like an executive assistant. And that's what I'm doing. She was secretary right and she made this mistake and she was brutally push for it and she said there was there was the intervention of somebody else was the owner to get fired and she said the person that I said. That too didn't actually care and when Dad Christmas party she was like she hugged her and she was like they were got on great. It was someone else who was at the social gathering hurt it and reported her and sort of styles you like way and they have to of course respond because if something bad happens later you don't want with that thing on the record that you didn't respond to right it's over policing but in in a work context and I just felt so sorry for this woman because I after talking to her for like better a part of an hour I just how good sense that she was not a bad person she was just thrown into this world which all the people who work there were young and she was like in her mid sixty s and she was making a quarter of the twenty eight year olds were making and she was like. You'RE GONNA get fired because you missed this woman and she's like I. It was dark mark. It was at this thing. And there's a work event didn't know and I really sorry. And she was saying sorry to me and like data Mickey Rooney Impersonation. She did that later. She's very good at it. Uh that kind of stuff I've seen and heard Too often in this in the sense of it is true that there are people of a certain vintage that you might want to say. Hey say relatives and stuff like come on man like a Christmas Christmas dinner or something. That's normal that's how people catch out trying to get them to not say faggot again. God you know it's it's yeah I mean look I told you this is. This is giving away. The pitcher is watching the simpsons with my daughter in Bart in this episode is like that's so gay and I was like holy cow. That's amazing that this happened on the simpsons and it wasn't the first season it was like ten seasons in and I was a kid that's good. That's not a pejorative. That's good. That's a slur but I'm that's where I stop in the sense of like the person who like I talked to someone from Massachusetts. What is the most continent where I am from Massachusetts says after Anthony Shaking his head he went to school combustion? What it's is? Don't be fucking retarded like really honestly. That's very common thing and I don't want to lose their jobs because they walked into the scenario where people are younger sort of more woke and the times have changed and they didn't recognize the times have changed their militias. So I guess the point being is that is that the problem might have with. All of this stuff is that we've stopped caring about motivation. We stopped caring about intense. It no longer matters. I mean that's why you see people from the Human Rights Campaign the Gay Rights Organization in New York and DC. Getting fired for saying a word in an anti-racism seminar the guy from net flicks. Because I believe so I got five for the same thing that once. We start taking all the intense analogy out in the idea of why these things were said. That's a scary moments that's right. I think you can't control. I mean at that point. You're you're admonishing people not to say the stuff and it's like it's a magic word at that point you've given it these supernatural powers that if you utter it even when you're condemning it we will condemn you and your life will be massive destruction. It's interesting because I totally agree with with especially with the first thing that you said. which is I think in a work context when you're working inner personally with people? I'm basically willing to whether it's pronouns or some other accommodation sure sure hundred percent treat people nicely in mind for the list that connor works like promoting dolphin shorts vannes true. A huge spliff haven't seen any ten years ago it up but I just wanted to say that you can't sit that Boston word anymore. I know that it because you've been in California and the beach but allow words against the office so when you go to the party just just tell me I'll give you a list but no you know I in my interactions with the athletic I I've never Had the Pronoun Conversation in any context I've had Kids of friends who are transitioning and parents. Talking to me the about I wonder how to handle this. I wonder how to be supportive. I wonder what's going to happen. He worries about Algebra received at school. how old are these kids Like twelve thirteen fourteen around that age. Don't do a Camille is oh and even enough and unfinished them. And you know it but it's never pronouns that that those people are worried about it's it's my kid wants to show up at a new school has always presented as a girl wants to show up presenting boy not telling me one And what's that GONNA be like. Are they going to be shocked by the rough housing of boys for example when someone jumps on them and gives them. These are the kinds of questions the parents had or are they going to be accepted they. It'd be bullied not someone is going to be deferential to their pronouns and so in my work life I've never had anything even you know visiting the office and being there for years and there are a lot of new people I don't know just because the organization US grown relatively quickly in recent years But I don't know of any interpersonal conflict like that and generally like the reason people are pretty nice and get along. I'm sorry more or less. Have you met reason Peter Catering Catherine seem pretty nice. Stop right there. Yes yes I know. Why is that.
"jersey city" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"I'm I'm still in favor of impeachment. I haven't changed my mind. Like the flipflop Cheese Matt Welsh moos perhaps changed his mind again come back to the sidelines tweeted so might have but but I wonder about something else that you mentioned when I was texting with you earlier there and I said is there anything. That's kind of on your heart to discuss with us. And it's the fact that like most Americans don't actually give shit about Ukraine like they can't find Ukraine on the map. I suspect that most of the people who are in the streets who are angry about this the they're kind of angry about the specific thing that the president did wrong but most most of them already hated his ass and wanted to find a reason to get him out and we were committed to quote impeach. The mother fucker before this particular perfect phone call always made this. This was a in some respects legitimately a foregone conclusion and the president and in two respects one. They really wanted to do it. And to this particular particular president is so careless and flagrant that he was going to give them ample opportunity to impeach him. For something legitimately gentlemanly I will say definitively. I'm saying that this is legitimate. People but they don't actually care about Ukraine and they don't care about Ukraine the way they don't care about a lot of other things that you've been thinking about that Americans don't care about and I I mean you could run down the list Americans is generally. Don't care about Hong Kong They don't care about the the workers in China they don't care about the new laws that are passed in India the the citizenship laws there that are making it impossible for Muslims to be citizens they don't care about any of these things that are consequential important break they well. The ongoing surveillance valence in the United States. That still feel sorta home We we don't seem to ever talk about anymore or acknowledge and it's why this moment of Whoa politics on the left is disorienting for me as someone who spent a lot of the later years of the Bush administration and the entire Obama Administration In Vang against things that I found genuinely outrageous Some of the strikes that killed innocent some of the mass surveillance and secret secret huge things. I've written recently critically about Michael. Bloomberg is spying on students for no other reason that they were Muslim. And Stop and Frisk and you would think these kinds of things would be anathema to a sort of woke social justice focus politics I certainly Think of them as social the justice causes One of the things that motivated me to write about them and yet It seems as if a poorly worded Barry Weiss treat tweet great will get more outrage. Many times It seems like even the Buddha Judge Camera Harris dynamic where to me Harris was terrible district attorney of San Francisco a terrible ag of California Did a lot of things that criminal justice reform. Is this this issue that is supposed to be foremost in the minds of progressives ought to think is horrendous and in some way there seems to be more concerned concerned about well. Judge doesn't seem to attract very much African American support. And is he really gay enough these kind of these kind of stylistic critiques Senator and I just I can never make sense of why it is that the kind of woke progressive politics a lights on some of the causes or many of the because of that. It often seems to alight on while ignoring things that seem just utterly egregious to me and I'll give you one example. NBA players were so celebrated it for so long for speaking up against Police abuses and I think rightfully so. I think it's good you know. The United States has a lot more Police killings then other comparable countries. There's a lot of complicated reasons for that. But some of them are unnecessary. It'd be great if we can have reformed so that would reduce them And yet what. Bigger profile in cowardice is there than these multimillion dollar athletes billionaire athletes in some cases on just refusing to say bad word about China. That just came down. What do they come down on another league or or something? Someone said something that Soccer League the game they took off. I didn't even catch that as a player. On arsenal one of the biggest premier league teams was a Muslim he was creditor. He's a critical of the crackdown on the weekends. In China and China responded by pulling a Premier League game from Chinese. TV keeping in mind that this is literally one person on the club now. It's not a position that everyone got to together and got down on one knee What's the Ozil does thank you remember? But he's very is like a very famous player so the one player in the NBA was the most outspoken also a Turk. I'm happy to be the first person to always criticise all Turks everywhere. It is that a thing that you're gonNA start arming. Yes that's not a good policy but we all have our little countries. Yeah we kind of Kantor Who's WHO's great? He's been phenomenal on this. And other good guy I would say eh to that for me. There was a moment Comedian I and also fish We worked on the independence program which ran from the end of Twenty thirteen into the beginning of two thousand fifteen greatest program in the history capable super really good still can't believe it got on the air like literally the first week or the first month. Camille meals like dropping bombs on. Everybody was so it was like an entire segment. Yeah no it was set the record Kennedy and I are just like to work nick. Oh the Cable News. I still own that for some reason. The Guinness Book of World Records is not recognising achievement. Racism which obviously it clearly oppressor my body. What shame are sorry? We ran the twenty fourteen the only in uninterrupted year. And that was the year Ferguson and a bunch of stuff came through so we ended up writing a writing Talking a lot about these issues and I think in a really interesting way Camille in particular but the program Did in an interesting. I think that like changed the way that the not us but like the the country's conversation tation about this stuff change in for a while some of that was was in pretty. You know Belco tastic forms people were talking about the militarization of police. There are speaking about things in terms that were familiar. Maybe to the five of us in the room but not too too normies And so there's this energy that's bubbling up and there are organizations that are coming up with it And some of those organizations Are Doing working on some pretty good but in interesting criminal justice reform Initiatives and there was a moment for years ago between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Forget the event exactly but it was. They were both confronted at a at the same event by activists do black lives matter and Bernie said well and gave the the sort of social like the Ralph Nader answer of like he wants to talk about class. He doesn't WanNa talk about race Gets around down to things. That are on a policy level. Very copacetic with the critiques. That people might have Civil Libertarian grounds and even explicitly racial grounds but he his overall frame is a class frame. And it's not a race frame didn't he did he. Didn't he say he said all lives matter which racist. Yeah this is the end. Hillary Clinton who's very long track record in the world has not been good on this issue in the thousand ways gave. That'll smirking at black lives..
"jersey city" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"Maybe that's more helpful than focusing on the political affiliation of someone does something ridiculous considering most people who have these political affiliations or even religious affiliations. Don't do accident in better to your point it's not terribly different. When you see people on the Louisiana shooters youtube page saying you know like hey? This guy's got a point. I think I it's not too different from what happened after nine eleven. I mean there's there's you know within minutes of the celebrations that were happening in New Jersey. Maybe that's why they responded. I know it is honestly honestly. Yeah I didn't mean to be but honestly that sort of that avalanche of Root Causes Theory that you know had we not done x and Y. They would not have done this to us you know. Why do they hate us? which was a question that was never known? Ask the question. Why do I hate them? After after nine eleven it was always a one way street. Why do they hate us? And clearly. We've done something to deserve this and that is always a question that that that does does not provide satisfying answers and I think it was fairly recently. I saw something. Take it up for for next time. I think was a member of Isis who had some manifesto and said guys. It's not your foreign policy. We just don't we don't like the way you live like it's like you're infidels. It doesn't matter what you do like you can stay out of Israel. You could do all this stuff. It doesn't matter we don't care this is our problem with you and it's not because it applies these kind of rational thought processes to people who sometimes aren't very rational. Well I mean I think some people get radicalized because now they're village got bombed and it's not it's certainly big calculation no foreign policy that got us there they they saw the bud end got pissed. Yeah I mean it also doesn't mean that you shouldn't have bombed the village and I'm not saying that that in particular case if you're saying that you know I don't think anybody has a terrible amount of sympathy of people in Berlin in nineteen forty five commenced blowing up. They shouldn't have bomb them as well. Yeah we should've love. And that's what happened and we got rid of Nazis that way and you know it's I'm just saying that. Nothing of any specific specific in the Middle East. You're saying it's not always a calculation that if one bombs Tom One deserves the response because there are a lot of cases in which the that is justified and the response is not justified in the way they respond is not justified bovine. It's not as if they say well. You know you have planes. And we don't so we'RE GONNA kill babies and the pizza shop that's not a calculation that makes a hell of a lot of sense to me but you there is always. There's always a chorus of people in that woman by the way that can meals quoting who is a and the school board of education or something like this. The board said this Mr Anderson and Graham went directly to the Kosher supermarket. I believe they knew they would come out and bodybags. What is the the message they were sending? Are we brave enough to explore the answer to their message. Are we brave enough to stop the assault on the black communities of America and it's basically basically and by the way she she signs she signs it. I as a private citizen not as a member of the Jersey City Board of Education. Yeah yeah separate. The two people good citizens of New Jersey. If you have any sense whatsoever do something about that. And that's that's not. That's it's Kinda crazy like people fleeing high rents in New York City and moving to New Jersey or various parts of Brooklyn that have been less than savory in some respects vex for a long time. They're not a threat to the black residents. They're they're actually the opposite of a threat to the black residents there generally speaking they're not bringing like crime an awfulness with them. It's just not a thing. Yeah well the trend in the other direction. It's yeah I mean I'm not GonNa say anything about that. It's just that I don't know anything beyond that. That is I think this is all right. Yeah well we veered into wards We veered into foreign policy a little bit and Connor. I know In the last couple of weeks are always writing good and interesting things last week. I I believe in response to the Afghanistan papers. Almost you talked about last week as well. You are a piece about the doves being right which presumably means that you were in fact wrong and then that presumably thank you divulged as much in the peace and I regret it being frame? I'm that way a little bit because it made. It seem as if I was making a coherent case for war when in fact I was twenty one year old studying abroad in Spain and not publicly speaking are thinking thinking much about any of this but I did think like most Americans did that We probably should respond to nine eleven by taking out the Taliban and probably not as most Americans as well and I think it was in hindsight the wrong call not because there's no theoretical war. That could have been much better. I I've gotten some pushback that says well you know it was the occupation. That was the problem we should have just gone in and and taking out Bin Laden and been done with it. I think it's important to recognize that that is not in fact what happened. And that given the president at the time and the foreign policy team at the time you go to war with the president and the foreign policy team that you have and I don't trust the United States foreign policy establishment to get out of the war when it is time to And the costs of staying decades too long are just so tremendous that I think that there should be a pretty big presumption option against going in in the first place Because you're never going to get the best version of the war and and so it should probably be close to something that's that's a last resort or a very discrete You know I can be sympathetic to their these people in Rwanda with machetes. And they're about to kill this other group of people and maybe we should have done something about that. I don't know it's not to say that there aren't tricky cases and one more thing I'll say is that a lot of a lot of the kind of Angry emails that I got after I wrote that piece of now. You're saying that it was a big mistake. If you're saying well. Didn't you study history. Didn't you study the Vietnam War again. In twenty one I hadn't particularly you know studied doing more like everyone in high school but but the Gulf War was the context That I I grew up with watching on CNN watching this relatively successful intervention that Was Big and scary and frightening at eleven years old. Or whatever I was and then seem to wrap wrap up. Relatively quickly with a few casualties seem to kick this bad guy. Out of this country he invaded and seemed to have much of the world support. And so I think that was the context for a lot of people in two thousand one. Not The quagmire Vietnam. But George H W Bush and Norman Schwarzkopf in the Gulf War and also Yugoslavia. Right where are you can bomb Milosevic negotiating table really quick after four years of Europeans. Just absolutely dithering making everything terrible That change the calculus oculus really in a hurry in nineteen ninety five and then similarly although it took longer and Kosovo just in terms of there wasn't a lot of American casualties associated with it took about seventy thirty eight days or something but it didn't require a lot from America the change the calculus on the ground. And so you come in and think that it's fine. I I wonder how quick footnote just add quickly is that remember that of course the last war The last military conflict of any size that America was involved in was that and it was on behalf of the Muslim population of it was essentially a pro Muslim more. Yeah which is something that you Christopher Hitchens and nobody else members has it remember for the most part. I mean my generation of Weirdo Central European type people Do because we lived there at the time But yeah it's been largely largely forgotten war for Oil Kinda crap except now don't trump actually wants to have a war for like feel going to keep the oil to keep the oil somehow and but I wonder a connor if if that president or any president would have said okay look. They harbored this group of people on purpose. Who hit us on purpose in an active war? terrible terrible grievous. ACT OF WAR. They have lost the right to have their regime eamon power. We're going to make them learn that lesson by force and then once we do that we're going to get the hell out right so It was what December it was a seven-week war where we lost. I think three people five people. It was like a really all almost nobody died in that war if they had stated that as the goal hole and then acted on that goal by all right. Sorry you're dead but were getting out of here. Is that a war that you would support. If that was the goal I mean with same people in charge no because I don't believe that the same people would would do it that way. Maybe with a different group of people in charge. I I suppose I think one person who deserves credit here is Barbara Lee for all the all the many things that I disagree with her about she was the one person who looked at the after they passed right after September eleventh had. Wow this is really broad This seems to lend itself to a kind of extended engagement abroad that we ought to think very carefully Lee bow and actually went and read. All of the letters are not all of them but many of the letters that people sent her that her Can Seem at Mills College in Oakland and It's an interesting window into anti war sentiment at the time because the letters are lot more reasonable and persuasive than the signs as you see People carrying on the street You know I think that antiwar protesters at the time Deserve credit for getting getting the big question right but I don't think it was very persuasive to most Americans to have a sign saying. Don't start this racist war for example I don't think it resonated with most people all that it was racism that was the motivating striking back against this force that had knocked down the twin towers in this regime that was harboring them. Ah last year is I wanted to write. The piece was that we're in this moment of populists shaking their fists at elites and saying You're getting into all of these foreign wars. And we need trump to be the anti war candidate Hillary Clinton and I'm not unsympathetic to the critique of Hillary Clinton to the critique of the foreign policy establishment and at the same time many of these right-leaning populists were Gung Ho on both of these wars..
"jersey city" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"This is about that video there. No quotes in the piece from the video. None these people saying these Jews are this. They're taking over there interlopers. It's always the same narrative read. Remember the whole thing in the eighties and nineties Korangi interlopers. They're coming to our community. Reach you if you selections from this and this is not. I'm not misrepresenting. His piece at all. This is representative piece. The Post this is about somebody on the surface on the surface intense highlight hatred that might exist in the neighbor might exist in the member but it mimics a broader national and global pattern of disseminating images to foment dissension in a community still reeling from a horrific incident. That's one now this guy is worse. There's a purpose behind sharing that. This is the video making the decision to share it with those. This is a quote from an expert. I don't know expert is making the decision share with those comments and having others pass it around to make it go viral. It's fitting into a larger narrative. Okay right and here's my favorite this this. There's a lot of the views voiced by those standing on the sidewalk in Jersey City. Video might not be considered extreme. I don't know it's literally like hateful anti Semitic. The reason for disseminating in this context could be driven by extreme political. Views said Penny. This is a expert. They've they've interviewed a few and it says the my video such as these are a form of propaganda this literally no quotes from this video. Yeah which is one of the more disturbing videos. I've seen a long time. It has not been widely disseminated hasn't been discussed on. MSNBC and Fox and CNN and the one piece that you can find that finally say well this is just propaganda because they're trying to foment dissension in the no never trying to point out is the presumed thay from that. They are the sort of you know. Nameless people on twitter who who are no better than this sort of Richard. Spencer's of the world so Barry Wise. WHO's a friend of ours tweeted something today from Jt? A The Jewish newswires Telegraph Agency of a woman. In Uh in. Who's on the school board? I believe and Jersey City responding to somebody on facebook and say why is nobody talking about how these Jewish brutes. It's Jewish roots. have been coming into our neighborhood and buying up all this blah blah blah and. This is a lot of kind of this. Big Abreu the shoulder. I don't think the level of Britishness was actually discussed. But I mean it's so crazy to me that this stuff is out there and that you know I'm happy that people have significant conversations after somebody drives over somebody else in a like a murder in Charlottesville Virginia Taylor Hamas yeah but he goes home and Senate and Charlottesville and that person's going to be in prison for life but you know it's just weird the conversation that we're having this don't seem to exist and maybe I'm missing them to me the difference this between Charlottesville and this is that something like Charlottesville cuts in a clear direction. You can say The out group that I'm aligned against perpetrated this atrocity and so you know comment and you have antisemitism on the left and the right which makes it harder for either to kind of seize on any given instance as a casual to beat the other side but you can think back to the Las Vegas shooting right. The biggest mass shooting in American history. That people seem to stop talking about Out Very quickly and with no particular explanation of what even happened. And it's just another instance where because there was no political murder no political before orb perpetrator and use it to generate outrage among your followers to beat the other side and I think that apiece is a big part of why we pay attention to mass shootings. The only the only time the victim seem to matter when it's kids when something like What was the school shooting Some years ago and the kids are young enough then it seems to Be placed in a story about gun control troll but I wonder where are the kids from park land who were All the time in the media maybe they spoke out about the shooting and gun control But it's interesting how As far as press coverage goes. It's the biggest thing in the world for a little while and then just disappeared from the map. I think you're right about that in this one did have his elements where where There there was a political motive. They were using. They both had air fifteen. which is always handy when you're having this conversation to But I think that the conversation and is that you don't want to have a conversation about these radical black nationalist groups that I don't believe are very significant and I mean there's there's this happens I don't believe it's a it's a nationwide problem but I think that antisemitism in general is is because all you you have to do is look at these tables and we've had conversations on this podcast before but how. We tally hate crimes. And how unreliable they are in so many ways but you know what we have have. We know that antisemitism is always leading justin fastest growing. Yeah Yeah and this is what two percent of the population point. Eight percent of the advocate get like forty. Thirty percent of the transition also strangled kind of muffled Better A conversation about it from the cops and the mayor I I weren't I mean. I think that we were texting each other. Like it's weird that we don't know anything about the shooter's here for a long time for something right out there in public. It'd be one thing if it was the norm for there to be this appropriate reluctance to divulge too many details about the shooting too early. Which I'm finding one thing if it was sort of standard operating procedure for journalists to did not engage in too much speculation? Really WanNa wait to let the facts. Come out it's just there've been so many other circumstances where that hasn't been the case And quite frankly I mean we mentioned Charlottesville earlier and I think the the degree to which that the real time sort of wish casting in some respects and and presuming presuming About things is actually kind of calcified and created a narrative about those events which we don't have pack all of that now but I could contrast yes this with something a bit more recent like the tree of life shooting in Pittsburgh where in fact we did talk about this for a while. And we did have a protracted conversation about sort of what this means for America when something like this can happen something that is obviously anti Semitic in the way that this really does appear to be. The police at this early on. Weren't saying much much about that. They have said that this does appear to be the case. There was some letter That was left by the shooter's which I don't know that we have the details. We don't have we don't we. Don't I have a diesel on either. I don't know why you wouldn't divulge sort of detail at this point unless prats you never plan to because you don't want to inspire someone but again here sure it's unusual but what what I what. I'm working my way around to saying a very drawn out. Attractively I apologize. Sometimes I do that. is I'm not sure what I want is for there to be hyperventilating. Every single time we have a shooting like this and that every shooting like like this needs to spark a national conversation but the incidents where it does spark a national conversation and where it doesn't seem important on Sierra particular attributes of these events that sparked the national conversation and other attributes that squelch it completely. It's interesting to me that there's not even a gun control conversation. After after one hundred plus rounds are let off his five hundred down the street from New York City which is journalistic capital of the country. There Ariss the world here. Why aren't they across a fifteen minute conversation? Fifteen minute ride in the past the North Hollywood bank heist in the nineties indies which was live on television and trillion? Bullets were fired More bullets that case it took longer but that like directly led to the assault weapons a ban. I mean people were like Jesus Christ. These people have incredible firepower. We've gotTa do you got to change the calculus of it and this is a firefight that like it wasn't that is as extreme but it was like that and you're right but I think also we should get We're in the middle of a time when the news is about impeachment. You know like this. Were recording this on Tuesday. I think today was it. The the House and the president decided to to spend one point four trillion dollars until September twenty twenty. Yeah how much coverage spending bill. How much much coverage has that received by the? I personally. Don't care about that. Nobody nobody ever covered by partisan consensus. That spending doesn't matter but people did cover this ad Ad Nauseam between January twenty eleven and the beginning of two thousand fourteen. That was what politics in America were about. Those budget fights looming shutdown. Yeah but they're also fights they were conflicts. There are bad guys. I could root for against rand. Paul like four or against Barack Obama Now they're not really fighting over that they're fighting over. Impeachment in so impeachment becomes the Squirrel and the and the media is the dog and they go towards the conflict is and they ignore the other stuff and there's been been a lot of big news there and that just gets gets drowned out by just one final point on this is that is that look. There's nothing surprising about it. in. It's not even point. which if you follow politics politics politics that you don't need to even there's no surprise right? Republicans care about spending until they don't like. Oh my God that box again. That's that's we all just root for our tribe our side and you know if it if it fits narrative and that's just the way it is and it will always be but it is is in a in cases like this worth pointing out particularly with shootings Because there's such a moral imperative in so many arguments about shootings and I. I would say that like you. You know I just you know. The the tree of life was was worse. But I don't think that's why I got the attention that covers this. I think that when you have an opportunity to beat up your political opponents and you have an opportunity to to to to pin this on you know president trump or you know so They're neo-nazis right and he's and he's given sucker into neo Nazis in Charlottesville and you can go down that line right and you can probably make a fairly reasonable okay so in some of the cases. But that's if you don't have that and that's you know that's your fuel you're gonNA leave it alone. You're going to kind of page and the Black Hebrew guys guys just so weird weird to their weird and Nazis a weird but as I said a moment ago I don't I don't think threat inflation. When is the appropriate course? Ever think there's something to be said for black nationalists actually having a fair amount of cultural troll currency within particular communities and for someone like Farrakhan to actually have friendly relationships with really really prominent hip hop artists and figures in the community and to have people who sort of defend him and rationalize away the most disgusting discussing a disturbing things that he says and quite frankly and now. I'm getting into something a bit. More speculative the story about the the Jersey Z.. City official whose referring to Jewish roots. That was referenced earlier. The subtext there is this person asked residents if they are brave enough to explore the shooter's message. Yeah Eh and this is something that I like. See like actually pretty routinely in connection with these particular kinds of shootings. I was looking at the youtube page page of the Baton Rouge shooter from a couple of years ago like into this. I mean this is. This is what I do when I'm preparing for the show and I was looking at the comments. It's like the most recent comments and it's not hard. I mean some people troll on the Internet. I'd have to go back and take a look to see. Just how many of these profiles are legitimate. But I wasn't surprised I find people who said Yeah. There's a lot of truth in what he's saying. You know recipes brought us a real one he was. He was trying his best to to sort of do something about this real problem. I don't want us to threaten inflation but sometimes I wish we would talk more about people who are perhaps inflating threats and inflaming tensions in creating over concern around some of these issues if you know my perspective on police involved. Shootings is correct and we overstate the degree. To which black people are at unique risk. Then talking about it as though there is an existential threat to black life posed by the police. Ace is perhaps the kind of hysterical over concern that might promote people to do things that they might not otherwise do and if we never have the conversation about that if when events like this happen. We're unwilling to do the kind of introspection that we might do around other shootings Then it seems it's like we're being a little less than serious about the risks that we face and maybe that's wrong. Maybe the truth here. Is that what you actually had is is a couple who the woman had lost her job and they had lost their home and they were living out of a truck and they were perhaps disconnected from any other community and they both kind of got lost in one another and being completely disconnected from the world. We're able to be radicalized by a bizarre religious vote set of beliefs that generally doesn't turn everyone into a mass shooter comes into contact with the but sometimes does and what we really need to take away from. This is that we need to do a better job of of reaching out to the people who are close to us who might be sort of prone to do something crazy and violent left alone and in isolation maybe that's the lesson and and that's the conversation that we ought to be having..
"jersey city" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"Listen to stop listening to this beacon. Hey your enemies when you describe it as an album I thought it was a super credible Camille singing. It is that something you would be interested in. I'm holding out for the Patriots. Karaoke outing when that level will be introduced. But that's when I personally it won't be won't be Karaoke you. I'm going to have a full band. I'd just want you to Camille Foster Orchestra. The it's going to be a mazes spoken word orange. His Song Baby. Yeah there's there's a suggestion that we do a Camille singing all all sorts of things but we do like the user generated content provided. You're not putting it together to make us look bad. Yeah 'cause we will compare this rhetorical Korea no deep fakes. We probably get into it. There's plenty of stuff going on. I think tomorrow we're recording this on a Tuesday evening. This is the night before the Democrats in the House are slated the vote on the impeachment Unless they've delayed it for some reason which I suspect they probably won't. We should probably vote a little bit of attention to that. We talked about it a lot but we haven't talked about it with Connor who's written about it recently and may have some interesting things to say about that but there's also plenty of stuff going on and plenty of other things that you have been writing thing about recently in thinking about that I think are of interest to us But perhaps we begin with this really outrageous Shooting that took place in Jersey City. Not In most murder scenes aren't outrageous in some way shape or form but it is not every day that a neighboring city to New York City a Finds itself in the midst of shootout between assailants and police officers where hundreds of rounds are fired in the city and it sounds like a war zone if you've actually listened to the audio and seen the video by standards out there police officers going in and in a line to try and in disentangle this situation And what's what's curious about. The situation is the degree to which the story really hasn't received the coverage that you might expect in other circumstances and it's almost certainly true that a lot of mass shootings probably end up getting more coverage than you might expect relative to the risks associated with this thing happening but I think it's noteworthy ready when certain shooting seemed to inspire a lot of conversation and other shootings seemed to not inspire a lot of conversation and in this particular case case to remind folks because again this is only received so much coverage was a man woman who had been in some sort of long-term relationship. A lot of the details are still Coming out the investigation is being completed. A both of them seem to be affiliated with black nationalists as the narrative what if is sort of laid out they killed an uber driver or some sort of Taxi driver early in the morning there was a police officer who was killed. Two apparently approached a a moving truck that they'd been living out of during the day And later on in the day they approached a convenience store that was owned and operated by It seems some Jewish people in the community and by the end of the day they killed. I believe it's four or five. People wounded one one of them being a police officer of wounded several other police officers and again we're responsible for inciting this incredible scene But there's a lot of of like peculiar stuff that seems like it's worth talking about and I think the context here being that. This isn't the first time that someone who has has had some sort of relationship with black nationalist stuff has been responsible for a mass shooting in the last like five or six years. We've seen several of them actually. And it's not as though there aren't some prominent black nationalist leaders who have pretty substantial followings. Some black nationalist leaders can get ten fifteen thousand people people into a stadium and black nationalist leaders also enjoy a lot of support. I should say at least They seem to get a lot of respect back from prominent black celebrities. They're interesting dynamics here. That might be worth talking about the specter of antisemitism some rather disturbing video. CEO of people who were at the scene of the shooting essentially watching what had happened in some cases but also just being there hours after everything sort sort of calm down and saying explicitly antisemitic things at the scene of the crime One Guy I remember it was just like this rather disturbing moment where he walks up to someone who's holding a camera presumably thinking that he's Jewish and saying something along the lines of are those people in there that got killed. Well that's good which which is just like I said I don't know what to do with that but at any rate it seems like this sort of thing that might spark national conversation. And instead I've seen in some coverage of it but I haven't seen the sort of deep introspective soul searching coverage associated with this and that's that's that's the difference right. I mean it's not to say that there hasn't been coverage of course has been coverage and the reason we know about it is because there's been coverage and of course the video that was out there that eat Good God I mean it was. It was like Raka. I mean this was not a gun battle that you see between cops emptying a magazine and then reloading their magazine. I Mrs just like it sounds like a war zone. It sounds pretty brutal and the thing about it is that these people were attacked. The second was it was a kosher store. Hate to be right about these things but you recall predicted this. I am very specific. I guarantee you're going to be black Hebrew Israelites. Because there were violent very violent group to be fair every time you see a violent crime and you send me a text that says hey a better to black it is always them. Those people opposite is I'm like no I'm kidding Israelites. Part of the whole Covington teenagers. Yes yes yes. I got a lot more coverage Ashley soul-searching to this that they did get some soul-searching Sixteen nineteen year old kid or something involved but the thing that I find very curious about this is that these are people targeted specifically because they're Jewish killed killed because they're Jewish targeted. You know we see people as criminals discussing video. It's been tweeted a number of times people afterwards words saying some pretty hideous things and you know. It's an edited video but when people say it's an edited video. It's like there's certain things that like. There's really no other context for that is is that like. You're not quoting anyone and also because you know video you have ran if you're out there for ten hours and you know people say it is anti-semitic things like you're not gonna play the whole taste so I've seen this. It's been edited so be careful. Be careful but it was pretty angry stuff blaming the victims and it was explicitly antisemitic in doing so. And you know thinking about this and the lack of a so-called national conversation but any appears to be any real conversation about the motives here is that this is also a group that is targeted more regularly than anybody else particularly. We have something approaching. Doing what would be a big problems as an epidemic but a big problem here New York City And particularly in my neighborhood. which is you know? A number of people being hit beaten up often guy with the brick the other day. And it's usually with with some anti Semitic slurs that go along with. It is a lot of this stuff out there so what was surprising to me was. There's no conversation at all about for instance as video. Is that if you have someone who's motivated by racial hatred and they go shooting something up in such a dramatic fashion with an arsenal as if they were you know. I think he would have got attention if they're killing Jews and they were dressed up in an SS uniform that would change. The calculation doesn't teach calculation for the people whose relatives start. They died right. But it's it's for some reason and I think we've probably guessed the reason but also by the way I just put it backtrack slightly the other. There's other shooting that happened right before. That's getting attention was a Saudi national that it's shut up and who also was anti Semitic and was posting not just to Israel things but anti Semitic stuff and Like extremist stuff online and. That happens like a week and a half before so we've actually had to anti Semitic mass shootings in. They're not it's not. We're not not sitting here going. Oh this is a crisis. I do believe that we have a for for for a long time. Overlooked the emergence of white nationalist analyst terrorism. And we've seen a disturbing amount of it recently and that should be paid attention to and so people who say well you know if D. H. S. is looking into these things. They're they're looking into these things because they just don't like conservative. Whatever that's nonsense and there we should be looking into this stuff and and more than we have in the past? There's a lot of it out there but right right now is that you know one would assume that to anti Semitic shootings in a row is a bit of a problem. But here's the problem. Here's the thing that I found amazing Camille and our communicating about this today. He said there's a video Out there saying these things after after the shit. I can't find it so I wouldn't found it right and in the process of finding I found one article one article about it which was on North Jersey or is he dot com and identifies the Bergen record or something or it's just North Jersey Dot Com. But I'm going to read you some selected. There's no quotes. This is about that video there. No quotes in the piece from the video. None these people saying these Jews are this. They're taking over there interlopers. It's always the same narrative read..
"jersey city" Discussed on KOMO
"In Jersey city a pipe bomb was found in the shooters fan the entire ordeal lasted hours left a police officer and three civilians dead while two police officers were wounded the case being investigated as a possible domestic terrorism and fed chairman Jerome Powell says he wants to see an increase in inflation before the reserve board raises rates he explained he does want to see more upward inflation pressure Powell added that they will continue to monitor the economy and make changes if needed the acting head of the Federal Aviation Administration came under fire today during a congressional hearing into the causes of those two deadly seven thirty seven MAX crashes democratic Congress members Sean Patrick Maloney of New York blistered administrator Stephen Dixon about whether the FAA was responsive to the concerns raised by ed Pearson who is a former senior manager at Boeing's Renton plant in fact he wrote you three times very rodian September zero T. in October any roti in November and I know you just got on the job but it it just write you letters he sent you extensive information didn't answer on on production problems that he identified at the written facility yes so my question to you is heavy interviewed Mister Pearson we have reached out to Mr person to schedule that's not my question heavy interview why no the way of contacting him yes Sir I don't know if excuse me he said right over there will you commit as we sit here today the jewel interview Mister Pearson absolutely what you what you investigate the production problems at the written facility yes have you done so to date I know that there's ongoing activity through our our our oversight Sir Sir I'm sorry that's not good enough get a bunch of people over here lost love ones come on have you have you today investigative production problems at the written facility I believe we have I'm not aware of the details so you can't tell us anything about whether you've learned anything as we sit here about whether production problems detailed in great detail by Mister Pearson in the letters he sent to you now months ago I mean are you aware that for months before the first crash she brought these problems with Boeing's tension you where that gentleman for months I know that there were could yes that is that concerns a ratio that's right and you understand that after the line air crash he went up and down the chain at Boeing who is the CEO you into the general counsel went to the border you wear that he sent them letters to all the same things you know they did they sat on it until the second plane crash that's what happened a bunch more people lost their lives so those pictures right over there and and so we're sitting here now a year later and either of you can tell me whether you got anything specific on the production problems that he identified four months before the first crash so many give you again give me another chance Mister Dixon has the FAA made any mistakes here but I think that's I think that's evident that we we've got issues that I need to address and that our team needs to address and that we have processes that need to be improved so I would agree with you you can't say that one mistake can now is that we should then you're in on your own you lived there I don't want to blame other I don't again I claim Sir expandability we're not trying to build okay again I'm accountable as representative Maloney of New York questioning the acting FAA administrator Stephen Dixon during the house transportation committees fifth hearing into the seven thirty seven MAX disasters today for the third time in less than a year Israelis appear headed back to the voting booths that'll be in March ABC's Giordana Miller reports from Jerusalem after eight months four separate attempts to form a new government and two inconclusive elections Israel's political deadlock is not over yet as the midnight deadline approaches lawmakers are preparing to dissolve the parliament and announced a third election on March second that will almost certainly delay once again the roll out of president trump's Mideast peace plan also likely put a hold on the administration's plans to work on a possible U. S. Israeli joint defense pact Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem come on his time twelve fifty time FOR propellant sure its business update here's Jim Tesco fear of hidden cable fees could soon come to an end the house is expected to vote soon on the television viewer protection act which would require a cable and satellite television operators to present the total prices of their services up front Consumer Reports says cable companies lore customers in with a lower advertised price but then bury hundreds of dollars in extra fees each year in the fine print the legislation would help bring fairness and clarity to pay TV pricing by helping consumers spot and avoid hidden fees that's your money now ten minutes to go before the closing bell in the markets are starting to move a little higher the Dow up now by twenty one points the nasdaq up by thirty five the S. and P. five hundred higher by seven points money news a twenty fifty past the hour we'll have your closing numbers at one twenty traffic is next Brooklyn transmission Hey sweet new phone yeah I just switch to boost mobile and got for free Samsung galaxy eight twenty phones from the bottom from the came from the struggle from the pain yeah I got the for free phones part but did you just quite a people song there now yeah.
"jersey city" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"In the streets of Jersey city after some shooting suspects fled into a kosher grocery store there was a massive police response after one officer was shot in the head and killed at a nearby cemetery according to mayor Stephen full up he said the suspects opened fire on the police officers with what he described as long guns their month to multiple deceased inside the building a second police officer was shot in the shoulder two officers were wounded by shrapnel it all happened across the street from the school well the two suspects were killed the remaining dead would describe the civilians hi Steve cast about Democrats took a major step Tuesday announcing two articles of impeachment the current president trump should be expelled because he quote portrayed the nation and its actions toward Ukraine and in obstructing congress' investigation all new lawsuit has been filed against the trump administration by immigrants rights advocates over the disconnection of a hotline for immigrants in prison Brooke tells more hot line used to keep immigrants in touch with their attorneys and to keep attorneys aware of detention facilities conditions was featured on the show orange is the new black the group freedom for immigrants says the administration cut the wire on the hotline because it didn't like the attention the show gave to the criticisms the group was making about the tension conditions immigration and customs enforcement says the line was being misused as a three way calling system to connect with family and the line was one of a list of several free legal service providers the lawsuit says the line received between six hundred and fourteen thousand calls a month Jim replied sent the ACLU says the database the checks whether voters are registered in multiple states has been suspended for the foreseeable future until security safeguards put in.
"jersey city" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Garden. Chocolate factory netted fuses Licko with the chocolate great coffee us. We love it or the corners. Thank you left. Everybody. Thank you. Thank you very much, always, great to be nine seventy and. Joe? Forecast in the live from the will famous Atlantic City. Boardwalk Frankie half set Nyland guy. Side. Thanks guys. Thank you. That you so much deputy h-have out there. The roads at New York, New York. AM am970theansweRcom, Debbie. Needing guardian when a Frank parties break guy left, you tap me right now over on the conic. Southbound getting out through your coun-. It's an accident on the shoulder nine W southbound at short clove road in Havis draw. It's an accident there still busy southbound throughway as you get down toward the tappan Zee bridge to eighty seven east heavy out by ninety five because of that earlier construction over in rye in down WB. That's fifteen Lincoln forty five Holland about thirty five four forty north. Silk slow is in Jersey City by Culver avenue accident with down pole and wires Garden State Parkway, north one forty nine getting up Bloomfield collision. No problems on the Atlantic City expressway problems on the eastbound at thirty eight it's a disabled car in the way. That's what's causing delays and expect delays on the Whitestone expressway south getting toward fourteenth avenue with a collision rain likely today, high of sixty three you now nowhere. Not to go. I'm Debbie do hey with Joe Piscopo AM nine seven when it comes to their kids dads, don't have.
"jersey city" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Many things Democrats have ruined they invented sparkling water tap is fine and TV you can blame Democrats for cable. There is no end to their treachery. And now secret on edited recordings of the making of K costs the story of a bakery. No one has ever heard of in Hoboken, or Jersey City or someplace as we enter the scene. A lot of people are yelling. But the customer said the baby had to be born inside the cage and then crawl out. Yeah. We've done that before they want fireworks. Yes. Fireworks coming out of the babies, but when the cake is revealed. Time to load it into the truck. Oh, now won't fit in the truck. The truck tire cake won't fit in the truck. It never fits in the truck more is why don't you ever measure the Kate? And the truck before you make the cake, but it must never fit in. Or we wouldn't have a dramatic arc on a show. That's about as exciting as watching a cake rise. This is the first the capable thickener truck. We'll be late with the babies, but fireworks, we must get this thing into the truck. This is chaos. Next time on cough. What is this a bad morning costs not affiliated lesbians in space and Walter Stirling? Isn't sure he has anything to do with it don't drink and don't do the electric fly. And remember the gambler with someone else's money. CBS radio workshop. Being..
"jersey city" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast
"Your body for that well i felt no pain in the world well the worst pain i've ever felt in the world was a catheter wow that sounds like a lot of on the tube that goes into your yeah yeah and they didn't warn me that was going and that was jersey city medical center not the new knight and jessica city no i stabbed i got i got stabbed and they just that's with thick and yellow and and they didn't warn you they just said stay still and they didn't put me to sleep either i think today put you sleep if they got do a catheter but that jersey city medical center was not doing that and they shoved that shit near quick and i screamed as loud as i possibly could give a fuck they didn't care i was screaming now they don't and do i mean the options for the catheter thing are you have to have it either in your po or in your astle so there's really no right answer lesser of two evils i don't know how we got from car six to kathy well actually that's probably a common common you you know know you know what made the car six wild that it was a saturn don't don't bet it was a two doors add by next experience it was ascoli i know you fuck the miserly mall i know you lie to me and say you never had sex in my glee i'm not i don't remember honestly he definitely did it jesus remember.