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"john berks society" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"It is not possible i think about it. My friends think about the los angeles times printing a piece. That says that. Larry elder is the black face of white supremacy. And tell me why that paper deserves to be read. I'm canceling my subscription. I can't believe. I haven't cancelled my subscription. It's it's it's junk the la times just turned into junk. Not every reporter at the la. Times is a fraud however or an anti-american hater. however they say nothing about the anti-american haters so the. La times consists of anti-american haters. And people who don't speak up. Why is there not one individual. In the entire los angeles times edifice that said that is frankly going over the top right. Remember when william buckley took on the john berks society the the there's no self criticism on the left because you can't be too left. That's not possible you know it's printed people here and then they don't react. We're inured to left-wing hatred. There was literally nothing they could say that be would say. Ooh that's really it's over the top. If men give birth is normative then. Larry elder being the black face of white superiority supremacy. That's that's that's normative too. That's that's where we are at this this The state of the american media that the new york times condemn it. Of course not. I mean the the thought is do you think. There's anybody the new york times you think. that's over the top anyway. They published charles and blow. Who's the who's the equivalent to this woman guerrero. What's her first name. Gene guerrero guerrero or guerrero. Jim guerrero they got charles blow. They got gene guerrero. They go and see if we have this That in ann arbor michigan now. Tommy hello benefits. It's an honor to talk to you. I i apologize for installing hardwood floors. I got a flooring business here in I didn't think idea show. It's an honor to be on this year. Well that's very sweet of you. What does your having a flory business with your not being on the show. Oh i was. I was working. And i thought. Oh i will be on the hill so i was nailing in some some bullard and The next thing you know. I hear my phone night. I hear hear you on there. Saying tommy from anna run. I was like holy mold. I can't believe i'm on this show now. Don't say what you really set to yourself but was it holy moly not at all. I didn't think so. Nobody says to themselves holy-moly okay. Go ahead Well i i gotta say we can't call it the media anymore. We have to call it state on me because that's what it is fair enough. You run news run by the state And i i and we'll just we'll go back to the afghanistan situation which is something that's You know it touches me t. The core might my stepson. daniel Have two stepsons that were in the military and my daughter's boyfriend of many years as michigan national guard and and he He's on the terror task force He without didn't too much into detail he He fights terrorism. Some computer drones By middle stepson. Darren was in the marine corps. He was in the battle of flu and spent three years there. and daniel was in iraq at the same time is darren He did three tours he was in mozell he Fourth tour was in afghanistan. And that was like two thousand nine. I believe two thousand ten He got hit with a roadside bomb and survived He had brain bleed on the left side of his of his brain And he's a big kid. I mean he's your atypical. Sergeant went to u. you events flint. They tell me. Tell me the bottom line He died of a brain. Aneurysm team And he was a big weightlifting. And let's say that title. What kinda what did it But you know you lose in barron committed suicide in eleven. Yep families that he had saved but we left at no plan. Obama left with no plan. He kid art and this kid told me everything. Hi everybody dennis prager here. Anonymous in santa clarita california. Hello i'm well thank you. She's talking about homeschooling. And it has a lot to do with home schooling. I hope protect valley. I just got four morning. Get free to belly school district which is for the junior. High schools in the area are going to do a presentation to a junior high school to presentation. Book com rigid tail. He'll up it's by. Aaron jones basically stayed. We cannot change racism on our own will actually them. How did you race has take. Your second book is called stories for healy. witch will actually tell anyone who voted for trump is racist. This.
LA Times Calls Lary Elder the 'Black Face' of White Supremacy
"I think about it. My friends think about the los angeles times printing a piece. That says that. Larry elder is the black face of white supremacy. And tell me why that paper deserves to be read. I'm canceling my subscription. I can't believe. I haven't cancelled my subscription. It's it's it's junk the la times just turned into junk. Not every reporter at the la. Times is a fraud however or an anti-american hater. however they say nothing about the anti-american haters so the. La times consists of anti-american haters. And people who don't speak up. Why is there not one individual. In the entire los angeles times edifice that said that is frankly going over the top right. Remember when william buckley took on the john berks society the the there's no self criticism on the left because you can't be too left. That's not possible you know it's printed people here and then they don't react. We're inured to left-wing hatred. There was literally nothing they could say that be would say. Ooh that's really it's over the top. If men give birth is normative then. Larry elder being the black face of white superiority supremacy. That's that's that's normative too. That's that's where we are
"john berks society" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"This is a fantastic idea. He and la hayes for a christian press called tyndall press publish is that a biblical reference. Tyndall yeah i think william tindal and early An early reformer what he's a. I think he's actually a a publisher. Am i am i remembering this right. Trough translator the bible. There we go figure in the english protestant reformation a reformation of the sixty th century so yes that's like Mcdonell books or whatever. This book is subtitled a novel of the earth's last days and yes. They've kind of solved the dramatic problem inherent in a lot of christian and evangelical fiction. Which is what do you do with all these good people. Is it boring you know. Where's your conflict if everybody's good so hey very canley got rid of all the good people like on page two right. So what is their interest. Why do they even care about what all the bad people are doing. Back on her. While the the novelty unless behind theology which is kind of new dispensation. Dispensationalist did not quite get to this point. Is that you can actually be saved. After the fact. Oh in fact. These people did not miss their chance steeper. Climb to one. Although i would think it would be easier. You live in a world where the power of god has been made manifest. And not only that. You can know exactly who he chose to to take away. Hbo's the leftovers. It's kind of a random segment of population that disappears and it really just turns half of the world into cultists but really a lot of them into just kind of skeptics at sea. Because now we know there's a higher power and it seems random yikes right But here real estate prices fall. That would be true. It's all the of stuff. Can you can the mets even field. The team actually. Yes college baseball. What what's the most christians for college. Football will be fine. But i don't know it feels coggin field track and field. You think all those guys are saved. I bet a lot of sin in cross country running. Oh wait a minute. I mean the. They're all norwegians. So what kind of norwegian winner all gay. Yeah i not all pious pious. I mean if jenkins's view is that none of these people will be saved than the wnba in trouble. I think. I just want to add that. We don't agree with this aspect of dispensational theology. So that's the point of these books it is. It's like the christian archies. It's meant to. It's meant to give us give us sinners a path. Yes and it creates a new lankan's brag about that. Every book has one specific conversion experience. In which one previously unsaved character accepts christ They have said in interviews. They estimate about two thousand people have been converted as a result of reading the left behind books. And he's touching accounts. How many two thousand people. And that doesn't seem like very many books have sold if annoying copies two thousand in this case literally preaching to the choir right cruiser. Who's buying these books is not saved two thousand people that were in a vacation house and this was all there was a barnes and noble and they accidentally think. It's like a. Tom clancy book. Write these books have a lot in common. With the techno-thrillers that were popular. At the time they are full of plots and incident not particularly well told or with particularly graceful prose. but they move fast and they full of crazy stuff the world in which they take places by the way at the moment of the rapture. Their world is already a very different than ours. Okay oh it's alternate universe. It has to be because of because one hundred christians on international fight. They're already so to dispensationalist theology already certain requirements that have to be in place before the rapture guy with a blue turban. Israel reform exactly. I see israel According to various specific reading of the bible israel has to be a greater israel has to essentially have taken over the whole middle east. Oh for the rapture to place so just in an aside in chapter one a bunch we learn a bunch of these people are on the plane heading to israel where a new kind of norman borlaug style. Agricultural miracle has happened. The negative has bloomed Israel's gdp is now such that it has made peace with all its neighbours. Well yeah. I'm not sure that. Israel's economic security is the main thing holding it back from peace with the arab world i feel like the israelis at least in our time There they are covetous of the west bank but they're not really that interested in syria. No but in this world they have expanded to the euphrates. Because that's how somebody is reading. The books of isaiah ezekiel and revelation. Sure sure so. Yeah so it's just kind of hilariously revealed. Yeah and as we all know israel now goes to. The middle of iraq sure is a jewish city. Jerusalem want llamas has all been solved very easily. It's now the center of all the faiths who all have free access. I that international city it turns out as it turns out. It was easy but as soon as the so. That's what's going on before and but as soon as the rapture happens You know the time the seven year. Tribulation are prophesied to be A time of great turmoil and suffering as we anti christ will arise right in this case. It's it's a romanian dictator named nicolae carpathia which seems to be kind of touch us. Q riff that's a fake name. That you've been to romania. How many people named arpita not many carpet. Somebody looking at a map and seeing like. Oh here we go. you know. There's a town called volkan in the carpet. Why wouldn't they just said a new volket. Why isn't spock. Anti killer name. And he's a very care he kind of takes over the un we start to see lien. Jenkins's weird politics as filtered through all these seventies paperbacks feel that the threats to to Good christian souls is the nation's yes a very specific kind of one world government with with a new currency and printing the mark of the beast on everybody's forehead goldwater is murtagh. It's a john. Berks society society trope but like that was filtering up from from these hardcore into the political sphere. right so it started with guys like la hay. earnestly reading their ezekiel and thinking. Oh boy there's going to be an anti christ. So he's like this kind of blonde redford looking guy that everybody loves. But he turns the un and to kind of this Hippy dippy even more secular and heretical institution designed to thwart god's plans and unclear ways one planet. One people the so this is interesting. You mentioned the anti catholic sentiment. The pope is an interesting problem. In this book. Right the pope gets raptured. But because you don't want to offend your catholic but you also don't want to offend your evangelical readers a probably a larger set so they make clear that this new pope has been kind of a dodgy kind of martin. Luther style reformer who who has troubled many in the vatican with his with his protestant leading thinking. He's a secret evangelical. Yes so if you want to you. Don't you're catholic reader. You can be like oh. The pope got twinkled. I see and then of course he gets replaced with like kind of an evil secular anti-pope but if you're evangelical radio you can be like i see. The pope only got raptured because he was a secret pentecostal. How much does a catholic half to veer to qualify as a on the right side of jesus. It depends on who you ask. I think most of these well behaved. Protestant denominations accept catholic. Baptism if you're if you're converted from catholicism to methodism you don't have to get rebaptized and.
"john berks society" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast
"You're reading articles about child rearing diapers or a host of other subjects and data mining can suggest on obvious keywords to advertise against. They can target you based on the articles recently read. They can target you based on what you've recently purchased. They can target you based on whether you receive emails or private messages about these subjects or even if you speak out about them though facebook in the like convincingly claim. That's not happening yet. This is seriously creepy. But it's not mind control. It doesn't deprive you of free will. It doesn't trick you. Think of how surveillance capitalism works in politics surveillance capitalist companies sell political operatives the power to locate people who might be receptive to their pitch candidates campaigning on finance industry corruption. Seek people struggling with debt. Candidates campaigning on xenophobia. Seek out racists. Political operatives have always targeted their message whether their intentions were honorable or not. Union organizers setup pitches at factory gates and white supremacists hand out flyers at john berks society meetings but this is an inexact and thus wasteful practice the union organizer can't know which worker to approach on the way out of the factory gates and may waste their time on a covert john birch society member. The white supremacist doesn't know which of the birch irs are so delusional that making it to a meeting is as much as they can manage and which ones might be convinced to cross the country to carry a tiki torch through the streets of charlottesville virginia. Because targeting improves yields on political pitches. It can accelerate the pace of political upheaval by making it possible for everyone who is secretly wished for the toppling of an autocrat or just eleven term incumbent politician to everyone else who feels the same way at a very low cost. This has been crucial to the rapid crystallization of recent political movements including black lives matter occupy wall street as well as less. Savory players like the far right white nationalist movements that marched in charlottesville. It is important to differentiate this kind of political organizing from influence campaigns. Finding people who secretly agree with you isn't the same as convincing people to agree with you. There is a phenomenon. Non binary or otherwise non conforming. Gender identities is often characterized by reactionaries as the result of online brainwashing campaigns. That convince impressionable people that they have been secretly queer all along but the personal accounts of those who have come out. Tell a different story. Where people who have long harbored a secret about their gender where emboldened by others coming forward and where people who knew that were different but lacked vocabulary for discussing that difference. Learn the right words from these. Low cost means of finding people and learning about their ideas to deception. Lies and fraud are pernicious and surveillance capitalism. Superchargers them through targeting. If you wanna sell a fraudulent payday loan or subprime mortgage surveillance..
"john berks society" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Way listen to you. Know the sounds of the birds or just sounds and rhythms. Such you hear my i think i for me also phrases and words that i hear trigger something where you know. Sometimes i'll just hear something on the write it down like the triggers lyric idea worth theme idea. You know you. I mean from this early beginning. I know at some point you end up in all girls boarding school. I guess in palo alto. Which again is one of these places where when people hear pillow out. Now they're like oh it's the hardest silicon valley and this very different place when the scene was like well you the i went there for my last two years of high school so the first year i was a boarding student in the second year we had a little apartment down there and so like not have to but you know palo alto. Of course the schooling went with sort of establish a feeder school to stanford so stanford campus was right there. So there's that you know the intellectual and educational radian status stanford but also what was there was the Navient of the folk scene. When i a junior i got to join the stanford both music club so my last two years of high school was the only high school student in those people that were in that were all stanford students graduate students and a number of them had gone to the onto the freedom summer in the south register. Voters and so you know stanford wasn't as politically active school by a long shot as berkeley west. But there were those folks who were and there was also irish. Sam pearl who had bookstore in palo alto about. He was a mentor to joan baez and there was that little scene there and then of course we live. I got we have a little apartment. My last year was on university avenue in the very top of university avenue was replaced the tangent. That's where jerry and mother macree uptown. Johnny dan and the bluegrass on the river mountain number of van was called ice to go here. Those guys all the time right and when you say j. we're talking about jerry. Jerry garcia. yeah this was pre dead. He was he would zodiac. It would management zodiacs. Were that was. That was more pigpens but jerry was in it sometimes ambient. That's the band hired for my graduation. Part oh no kidding no kidding. I entered the jody. I had heard this zodiacs plan. Like i love them so they played. We had an after party after the regular parties. Who got jewish. So you've got jerry garcia and pin playing your high school graduation. That's pretty edible. Yeah back then were you. Were you playing with them at all. Also or no you know. And i used to go to the music starboard jerry taught. I don't ever remember meeting him there or meeting. Bobby there there was a felon in jake who also is a football player in paula. Though energy school. I wanted to take lessons so the school arranged for him to come when week. And so i. I couldn't believe loves models boarding. And so i was. I would study with richard with. He was a bright lent. Because i had moved from san francisco and one of the reasons my parents sent me. There was been sneaky onto all the clubs in san francisco last year and a half before that They were just. They wanted me to be pulled away from the scene in san francisco. I wasn't doing anything really that bad but it scared them. You know yet. Do they realize what seen you dropping into the no in palo alto. They had no right. So i mean at the same time. You're getting really deep into music. You're getting supposedly is incredible. Musicians like you said stanford was one energy. Berkeley was a whole different energy. But the whole bay area at that time also really becomes the center of a huge amount of political activism. Which sounds like you were really strongly onto that in political activism from the time i was i can remember i mean i started a youth for kennedy at my junior high school in san francisco. I i was on my first picket line at fourteen. In san francisco just picketing theater that in the south was like the united artists directing was in the south there. That chain was segregated so i actually went with my little neighbor to moving there. We got there is a picket line and we found out what was joining the movie which the picket line. And i still have this letter that i typed out to head of the theater chain asking him to desegregate In the south you know and especially being used to the people that come back from Voter registration super freedom. Summer i wrote a song you know when i was sixteen cut werner chaney and goodman after they were murdered so that was really deep for me everything that was going on to the indego down but it took a leave inquest folk. Music was so drummer asked feverishly. Remember you know. why don't you into politics. You know didn't his on you like politics and music together. It was the same ban for me at that time you know wasn't feel. Sometimes we forget that. I recently actually had a conversation with ellen. Harper who serve you know along with her family Down in claremont california like growing the folk music center there which was sort of like the southern california hot bed and talking about this same idea that would when a lot of people think about folk music now feels very combined on peace and love and super sale not realizing that the roots of it deeply embedded in protest. And you know before. I mean changing. I mean you know in the music coming out of horror enslavement. All that you can't separate it. It's it's a continuum really You end up not at stanford berkeley from summer. And but i was already going to berkeley in the fall and again you land on campus there in the middle of the free speech movement. Well that and start. I landed on campus. I was seventeen with september. All sixty four. And i went there for in front of sproul hall in the plaza. That was the big administration building. There was his car tables everywhere with somebody are representing every organization on the full spectrum of political giving you their pamphlets standing on their whatever their soapbox telling you why you know why. Sds was the organization or why the anarchists were or john berks society was or whatever it was like you know and i was in heaven. I'm that's what. I went there floors. And so i will be taking everybody's brochures and talking listening and then within a few weeks of my you know the the campus police came. They took all the tables away. The said you know the can have any any people from off. Campus on campus sharing spreading the ideas tables are illegal and so from the very today that happened. I was basically right there. So i went to the very first meet gathering the steps of sproul hall at night and i was there from day. One in that was still seventeen so when we sat in around jack weinberg in the police car. It really seemed that there would be arrests. You know by the end of people that were the became the steering committee and some of them were in. My friend is already.
"john berks society" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Yeah radically i. I hate vis-a-vis center at least pick a side right these centrists. You know my dad is like watching. Jordan peterson and stuff. And he's like psycho usually makes a lot of sense and i'd be curious to see what he'd think of. Oh yeah jordan. Peterson and and Baron who's this He's like the archbishop of la and he's you know he's had some discussing interviews with ben shapiro but i'm like okay. You know like look this. Watch us catholic. Not not jordan peterson. You know like look at you. Know i'd rather have vis vis damnable heresy vinvis info from jordan peterson. Right like if. I had to choose if i had to choose between a choice be mine. I don't use that one instead. Vincent ever tried delta eight vapes. I'm thinking about what. I don't know why you'd think of anything to do. With t t what is that delta eight. thc what the fuck is a but sounds like is that synthetic marijuana what is delta. Eight t h. I don't have time delta. At promises to get you high without the paranoia over. That's like getting high without the fun of it. I mean part. Qa wouldn't survive without the paranoia right. I wouldn't be able to do his job. I wasn't paranoid all the time A variation of familiar delta nine t t compound is growing popularity among savvy cannabis consumers. Illegality is sticky. Why i mean is into some sort of like i think for some sort of law. It says like if it's like how veer able to throw nobody jere. How variable a rich paul in jail. Because even though he didn't he wasn't actually selling lsd to cb. I don't actually really care about the legality of the ship. But whatever so house passes bill decriminalizing marijuana at the federal level. And this isn't this isn't as good news as people are saying it is Mormons have some intense group references. Like jews will you know more also worshipped jews to us. Why people like glenn beck can sophon a lot of john berks society. People are mormons. joel scouse. In son of qiliang scowls their mormons three zero joe says a few weeks ago. I almost started agreeing with alex jones but often d band. He goes into voices tiring. Annoying threats were actually like. I mean for reason why. I'd start liking jones again. Actually we're going to end on a copa jones where he act like you know. I probably shouldn't like it but my my like reptile brain does like part of why how such a dangerous info gatekeeper is that he is he. He's likable. i mean you know like he's lied on the air. He's used very very disgusting debate tactics and you know all everything under the book but the thing is he's like i still. I still tune in for commutes and shed is one. I need something to listen to. But i mean he's likable unlike ali-akbar or You know a baked alaska and all these people who are probably going to be relevant to the few years jones actually likable. He has charisma. He's like a master thespian. He gives a performance in an. And it's i think people are going to listen to you for two reasons. Either because they like what they like what you have to say or they want to hear what you have to say next and i mean i'm happy with that and you know when i had maya campus radio show. It was the ladder for most part. I remember i was I was doing a class project on. Um i like this Presentation davy academic excellence conference and versus one. Chick she I went in and i. I looked to see who was having an exhibit and i went. I said hey. Do you mind if i record this for. Kfc tv and she said yes. Sure so anyways. I'm there and i record her and her thing was about using arts arts and like feminist art and gun control because she came from sandy hook. She went to sandy hook elementary. And so i'm recording. Isn't i'm like oh my god you gotta be fucking kidding and this is before jones like sued for sandy hook and to and so anyways aft after the after the event packing up. Say oh well. Thank you for letting me record. You're paying and she said she's are you on the radio i say. Yeah yeah have a campus show. And she's like oh your conspiracy guy am i. Yeah yeah that's me. And she said oh I work on campus and we all make sure to tune in at a. I think i was. What ten thirty at ten thirty. 'cause a conspiracy guy is on and you know we listen to you during the shift and stuff so yeah i mean you know i. I have a someone from sandyhook. Who's actually a fan of his show. That was great. I liked that. So i would have made me so happy. So yeah so you never know who's listening and the thing is to you know and like people always ask earn people die. She my father asks me he's like he's like oh how many people are How how many people are Listening how many. How many people do you have the water. No but i mean the thing is more people are listening than i think and. That's always been the case And girls are vima sexually crazed bitches you'll ever encounter. I don't know man. I had this one This this one chick who came from like a very liberal household massachusetts and just like one day. She sends me pictures of her and abroad panties and she asks me like she's like. Is this a good color on me. And i guess i don't know if i don't understand female code or whatever but i said yeah. Yeah blue is a very pretty color. Yeah works i know. It's also weird. Because she was she was she. She had brown You know she was asian and how you had like brown complexion but she had a blue blue eye contacts and so sort of like she was like jordi from she looked like jordi from star trek next generation like the implants. Yeah but Sexy i met some female a mormon missionaries once. And i and i made it very invoices after i was saved and i made it very clear. I want nothing to do with that man. I don't wanna to start debating from or whatever but the is they knew i was in buying your bullshit so we're talking to my friends who were stoned and weren't having any of it either but i guess they want to have sex. Didn't san francisco just banned smoking tobacco doors but you could still smoke weed.
"john berks society" Discussed on Necessary Blackness Podcast
"It talks about the relationship between this individual and honorable Elijah Muhammad. In fact. I'm going to read you. An exit will mark Amac said Elisa Mohammed has been deposited contribution from his followers in a secret bank accounts in Switzerland and his wife has been doing the same in accountancy hell and Baru in Cairo. Although the nation of Islam perceive hundreds of thousands of dollars donation each year. Markham said the counting books he examined in the messages office revealed. The Nation of Islam was spent far more cash than their followers contribute when the individual name? Bradley and Jamal inquired how this was possible. What he replied hit them. Like a bombshell. This is war Markham said and this is a quote. There's a Texas Menia who supports not only allies Muhammad but the minute man and the John Berks Society Maka Mak said his name is h l hunt I think he is into oil. And then he acts to individuals. Which would be Bradley Jamal? Have you heard them Bradley? Had but Jamal had not gas the bombshell this ordeal of mark. Amax discussing this in the audio. He doesn't mention H L hunt by name but he said it's a Texas millionaire who's involved in oil now. This Texas tycoon. H L hunt if you do your research on him. He is a racist political activists for the Republican Party. And as they say he donated money not only to But the minute man and the John Birch Society there's also audio mock amax. Talking Abou how he sat in a meeting that was here in Georgia with members high ranking members of the Ku Klux Klan. He said he attended one me in and he was displeased and they know he was so he was never invited back down to that meeting. Now if you ask. Any member of the Nation of Islam is this is true they will not deny because the proof is already out there. Many of them will say business is the highest level of warfare and this was just business. I don't know if you're talking about being independent and building a nation of your own. You do not accept money from your open enemy. It was Elisa Muhammed quote who said enemies designed to keep your eyes in the sky and the control the land under our feet so if the enemy is applying you money then the enemy is the ones that is controlling your destiny. So I don't understand how he can be receiving contributions from a racist white supremacists that's involved in oil by the name of H L hunt. I think there's more going to be revealed or who he was and what his whole connection to Elisa Muhammad was now I do know that. His name is frequently mentioned in J. F. K. Assassination and Malcolm X. Himself said that he never seen a man that was scared or Shukan as he did to Elisa Muhammad when he made that statement so I don't know if this man has some type of control and if Elisa Mohammed was looking in thinking like this man just had the president of the United States. Jfk killed an Marchal Mexico. Making statement like that. When I told him not to. I don't know but I just think that was something that should be looked at because this man wasn't just a millionaire. He was a racist. He spent half a billion dollars in the nineteen sixties to influence politics. According to law suits filed against him. They said that he's soul food. That was unfit for human consumption. Knowing that such cells will end up in black and low income areas this individual. H L hunt did this. And he regarded blacks as a threat to Caucasian control of American politics and he made clear in numerous radio broadcasts in interviews his disdain for black folks so why was it lies. Muhammed accepting money from him. Vast question that needs to be asked and I'm sure it's going to be very soon another key element that's missing from. The film is when the mob step to Muhammad Ali and they told him he thought a fight with sunny listing. Are they going to break his knee caps? And he went to allies. Muhammed and allies Muhammad told him to tell them they had kneecaps as well. That is one of the reasons. Mohammed Ali joined the nation because the nation offered him protection now. I'm not saying that. Once he was in the nation he wasn't true to the tenets of Islam and he became a devoted Muslim but it was the mob that really got him into the nation and it was mark Amax that brought him to the nation of Islam and brought him to Elisa. Mom See there's three ways most people come into the Movement for Liberation That's inspiration admiration and desperation and Muhammad Ali. He was the champ in the ring but he was desperate for some form of security from the mall because during that time the mob ran everything from the gambling spots to the number rackets to the casinos to the to the union jobs so he was pretty safe under the umbrella of the Nation of Islam. Do your research family is all out there as promise. 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"john berks society" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Opening day is Thursday. Yeah. Always the big day. A lot of fun looking forward to that. Steve's Kapiti, and I will be in the dugout together from nine hundred twelve and a half hour show from the archaic gator. We've got the opening day coverage always find. All right. So last weekend. I was in this mythical place of called Las Vegas where you can wager on things and. Put some money down. I did I did. Now, here's the here's the thing. They have the over under you can make a wager on how many games you think. The brewers will win this year last year. They won ninety six games this year. The the over underlying is eighty six and a half. So if you think they're gonna win eighty seven or more, you bet that and I took the over. So I will I have I have a vested financial interest all year in seeing that they win at least eighty seven games, the division has improved. You know, it has. And we'll we'll get to that in a second. And then they also had bets. The the brewers were the third choice to win the central division. They actually Las Vegas oddsmakers had the cubs. I the cardinal. Second brewers third. I bet on that. And then I also bet on the brewers to win the National League pennant. And I think the odds were six to one on that and a better on to win the World Series. But those were smaller bigger odds. But so I'll be watching the now again, this is kind of the way this place this bet after Marquette got waxed. Then then I see that. They're two two of their three star relievers are out your Jefferson's out. And it looks like Corey who is going to be out for the whole year. So I'm not feeling is good about that bet as I was before. But I'm hoping that the brewers do something that bullpen, which was the strength. Now seems to me to be a real problem with these injuries. But there's a couple of free agents still floating around will kimbrel. We'll we'll we'll Marcotte nausea open up the wallet and sign the best reliever in baseball right now. That would be that would that would make a splash. But yes, but so this year when we talk about the brewers full disclosure youngest Wagner also had had some money on this. I will be. But I I will be actually I thought I thought I mean, I think they're gonna win ninety six game that would be something. But the oddsmakers really don't like them that. I mean, they they dropped. They think they're ten games worse. And I don't I don't necessarily see that could still win the division though by this winning eighty six eighty seven games that is could I guess possible? But, but I I want them to do it all I want. I want them to win eighty seven games. I want them to win the division. I want him to win the pennant. I want him to win the World Series. Then it'll be like like Chick-fil-A all around for people here at the station or something. I had that I had that rooting interest. But the bottom line is opening day is Thursday. Oh, why was I thinking of Chick-fil-A? All right. If you go to Pfizer forum, one of the most popular stands is the chick fillet stand. As a matter of fact, it which it's always one of the disappointments that if you go to a bucks game or Marquette game on Sunday Chick-fil-A is not open because the philosophy of their owners is that Sunday is a day of rest, then there's a time for people to be with their families. I understand that that might be antiquated. But when I was a kid most stores were closed on Sundays. That was the whole idea. Sundays was not a day that things were open. Now that has changed over the years. Now, why am I talking about chick fillet? Well. Chick fillet their owners. The ownership of the company is. Are are people of faith? And they for example. That's why that's why that's why they close on on Sundays. They are people of faith. Now a couple years ago the US supreme court decided that same sex marriage. Was permissible the people who have you know, that sexual orientation have an absolute right to marry just like men and women do so guys guys girls and girls, and guys and girls. Okay. That's that that and that's fine. That is the law at the same time. It doesn't change the fact that there are a number of religions apart from whether the law allows something or not there are a number of religions the teach for example, premarital sex is wrong. Now, maybe you're rolling your eyes. And you think you'll how antiquated is that? But, but that's what certain religions teach. There's also. Oh, a number of religions that teach that marriage, the act of marriage, the religious right of marriage is intended to between be between a man and a woman. Maybe you disagree with that. Maybe you agree with it. But it doesn't change the fact that there are certain religions, many religions which teach that that marriage in the religious sense is between a man and a woman. Now, let's not single law doesn't say that same sex people can be married does. But nevertheless, if you are a person of certain faiths that is what your religion teaches. Right Chick-fil-A has been controversial I guess for a number of years because the ownership of Chick-fil-A Kent, they are religious. They are people of faith and their religion teaches that marriage is between a male and female. Now, there's no evidence that the folks who own Chick-fil-A has ever discriminated against people. Title of same sex orientation. There's no evidence that they don't serve for example, same sex couples. There's no evidence that they don't hire gay people. It's just the ownership. This is what their religion teaches. And this is what they believe. I bring this up because Chick-fil-A is back in the news. The San Antonio airport is getting ready to either open or revitalize a new wing Mitchell field, and there's there's really two wings that they use nowadays the b wing begets in the Seagate's. And if you walk down the gates, you see there will be a number of restaurants that you can eat it. Well in San Antonio, they've either built a new gate or they've revised an old gate and what they're doing is. They took bids and they accepted bids to put a number of restaurants in the gate. Some of the restaurants include a smoke. Check barbecue boss would fired bagels and coffee. A sip appro- bar a Spurs store at the San Antonio and a couple other places. They also have preliminarily approved a chick fillet stand in this airport. Well that all changed last week. When members of the common council said we don't want chick fillet in our public airport. Now, they've got thirty two Chick-fil-A stores across San Antonio proper. So it's a it's a big part of the San Antonio market. But they had also been approved to put again one of their stores in this airport, but the council the common council that regulates the airport because it's under the county's jurisdiction by six to four votes said mill we don't want Chick-fil-A. Now, why don't they want Chick-fil-A? Well, all right couple weeks ago. Oh, there was a one of these liberal websites that found a tax document filed by the chick fillet foundation, which is a philanthropic arm of Chick-fil-A, and it listed various groups that chick fillet made donations to the one that caused all the attention was a donation in 2017 of one point six million dollars. They gave one point six million dollars. Now who did they give this money to did? They give it to the Ku Klux Klan. No, they didn't do that. Did they give it to the John Berks society? No, they didn't do that. What did they do? They gave one. This will be the foundation Chick-fil-A foundation donated one point six million dollars to something that you have perhaps heard of maybe even participated in. If you watch like college sports, they gave one point six million dollars to the fellowship of Christian. Athletes the fellowship of Christian athletes. Will why would this be controversial? Well, it is because the fellowship of Christian athletes has what they have they say, it's a sexual purity policy for their employees. They say the bible is clear in teaching on sexual sin including sex outside of marriage and homosexual acts neither heterosexual sex outside of marriage or any homosexual act. I'm reading from thing here constitute an alternative lifestyle acceptable to God. Right. So that's their policy and Chick-fil-A has donated money to them, the San the San Antonio common council said well since you've given money to the fellowship of Christian athletes. We think that is evidence of how you hate the little the LB g community the g BT community. And you know, we think based on that you should not be allowed to sell your chicken in our airport. Four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talk and text line to me. This is the new blacklist the idea that will how dare you. How dare you as a company or through a corporate arm? You know, give money to I don't know some group that might be politically incorrect by twenty nine thousand nine standards four one four seven nine nine one six twenty should the should Chick-fil-A not be allowed to be in a public airport, and how should chick fillet respond to this four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. If you're on the line, please hold on this, Jeff Wagner. Stay.