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America Must Guard the Family to Stop the Spread of Marxism
"Random things. Sam brinton being hired. Left wing school boards having pornographic Peter Phillip materials in the schools. The drag queen story hours, the balenciaga campaign ad campaign. These aren't accidents because they're all coming from the left. And the fact is, if you look at communist states, if you look at socialist states, the number one target isn't freedom and liberty of the individual. The thing they have to destroy first is the family because the family is not only the building block of civilization, the family is the last fortress. It's the last keep against the ideology of Karl Marx and of communism. So what do you think of my observation that none of these things are happening by accident? And it's because the family is the greatest threat to socialists. Yeah. I mean, in my opinion, in my evaluation of it, looking at all of history, the left operates and works generationally, and they are succeeding because they are winning by generation in terms of indoctrinating America's youth, and separating America's youth from their parents. Now, I would say the most frequent misconception that conservative or even just, you know, in the middle of the road, parents that love their kids love this country, maybe they vote Democrat or Republican, whatever it may be. They just kind of like it here, and they don't have much to complain about, and they want to see this continue for future generations, very basic thing, right? It's crazy to say these days. So they think that perhaps the colleges have just gone crazy. And so they send their child to school and maybe after a semester they get indoctrinated. I go off stage after my speeches, especially to younger crowds into crowds of parents, and I will have so many parents that say Morgan, what do I do? I sent my kid to college for a semester and they're already a Marxist. How can I change this? But in my view of it, this is not a situation where we should be blaming the higher institutions. Instead, we need to look at the fact that from elementary school at least, we should be teaching children to understand free will, choice versus force and the role of government. We need to develop a healthy, distrust of institutions and government, and then instead of trusting government schools, public schools, to teach our kids about important things like history and philosophy and human nature and government civics, finance, economics, all the important stuff. We should be probably talking to our own kids about that and creating a foundation because the public school system is not doing that. So what happens is you have these kids that graduate high school with no real world understanding. They go to college where they meet crazy Marxist professors and that's when really bad stuff starts to happen and they come home with pink hair, right?
BLM's Patrisse Cullors Admits the Movement Is Founded in Marxism
"We are trained marxists that are, quote, super versed in the ideology of Marxism, which is quite a thing to admit, yes, she's not doing that on keyboard television. She's doing it at some left wing oriented meeting or blog. But the fact is, she's admitting admitting to what that she is a disciple of Karl Marx, of the ideology of Marxism, which is responsible for the death of more than a 100 million people in just the 20th century alone that is right now, persecuting Chinese people in China, the largest communist dictatorship in the world today before our very eyes. And also a ideology which, as a pillar, states what of our system, the American system, the western system, that it can not live peacefully. It can not coexist with Marxism. This is the challenge that we will be discussing. It goes straight to the heart of the paper co authored by Mike and my wife, Katie. The Cold War was relatively simple. Why? Because the enemy was so less of great extent, was external. It was the Soviet Union, it was the Warsaw Pact. It was communist Cuba. It was North Korea. It could be pointed at as over there. And the way to deal with it was to defeat it militarily or to undermine ideologically. When the marxists, when the communists are quote unquote, inside the wire, when they're not Soviet tank regiments arrayed across the iron curtain, but they're actually U.S. citizens on U.S. soil with all the rights endowed them by the U.S. Constitution. It's a very, very different challenge.
Curry, Warriors cruise to 137-114 win over Timberwolves
"Stephen Curry, Jordan Poole and clay Thompson combined to score 70 points as the warriors routed the Timberwolves one 37 one 14. Curry led Golden State with 25 points of oven rebounds in 8 assists. Pull added 24 off the bench and Thompson had 21 points going 5 of 8 from distance. This is warriors forward draymond green who had 19 points and 11 assists. I think we're starting to put it together and if we can keep building at this rate, you know, we'll be poised for a run pretty soon here. The warriors scored 47 points in the first quarter and had 86 at the half. In the loss, Minnesota's Anthony Edwards scored 26 points and Karl Anthony towns had 21. I'm Ryan Leon
The Pilgrims Found Out Early That Socialism Did Not Work
"Rush said, long before Karl Marx was even born, long before Karl Marx was a sperm cell in his father's dreams, the pilgrims had discovered an experimented with what could only be described. As socialism, and they found it didn't work. Now it wasn't called that then, but that's exactly what it was. Everybody given an equal share. You know what happened? Nobody did anything. There was no incentive, nothing worked nothing happened. And so William Bradford, after putting everybody in a common store, they wanted to be fair, they wanted everybody to at least have a shot at survival, but it did not work. There was no prosperity. There was no creativity. And again, because there was no incentive to be creative. And that's why they came up with this idea of letting every man be a zone man. To live in those early days, the American Dream. And that's really what they were celebrating on that first Thanksgiving. Because they were able to pay off their debts. Soon people in the old world were beginning to hear about the prosperity that was happening. In the new world. And they came here. And it was that early beginning where we almost lost what would have been America because of socialism that the pilgrims embraced capitalism, and as a result, they were able to flourish.
'The Devil and Bella Dodd' Author Paul Kengor on the Communist War on God
"Book is the devil and Bella Dodd, but you wrote a book called the devil and Karl Marx, where you talk and I think it's very important to understand that there are satanic foundations to atheists, communism, obviously we're dealing with it today in China. What they believe is true or what they what they work against are the most basic things life, the sanctity of the individual, the family. I mean, it seems, if you weren't sure what to think of it, you look at it and say, this looks like a war on God and on God's principles and God's reality. I mean, when you go to war with the family and you start saying that the state owns your children, the state will determine what your children get in school. You, as a parent, have no stay. That strikes at the heart of everything for most people. And we just saw that before young can became governor in Virginia, you have the man whose name I'm happy not to remember, running for governor in Virginia saying something shockingly similar. It is as un American and as um biblical as anything. The idea that parents should not have a say in their children's lives and that kind of thing. But that's at the heart of communist theory. It's at the very basis of it and you're saying that's part of what triggered Bella dot, a died in the world communist, finally to wake up. Yeah, in fact, she read the manifesto where it sneers out and makes fun of what they call the hallowed correlation between parent and child, right? And Bella dot actually believed, well, yeah, the correlation, the relationship between parent and child is hallowed, right? This is something special. But they declared war on that. They declared war on religion. And she learned this very early on when she went to hunter college, one of her professors who, by the way, she's a communist, the professor, and about committing suicide, which a lot of these people did, you know, they had very unhappy lives. And Bella tried to write this innocent little paper, right, about monastic life, which she thought was kind of interesting. And the teacher pulled her in and said, this is a good paper, so I'm going to give you a good grade, but we need to have a talk about this religion stuff. And the other instead, the teacher wanted to wanted her to write positively about the French Revolution, rather than rather than about life and monasteries. But Lenin called it called a medieval mildew spiritual booze. He said there's nothing more abominable than religion. Marx called religion, the opiate of the masses, Mark said communism begins where atheism begins. It was a war on God, which is why they went after and tried to infiltrate the churches. And they tapped her to do that as well.
This Has Happened Before - Trump Is Electable
"It's hard to say, we even on our show between, you know, a lot of our regulars have different differing views on what this is this a real campaign. I mean, clearly, he's told people he thinks this will help him avoid indictment. But does it matter if it's a real campaign? It's no less a threat to our existence as a democracy. His first campaign was not a real campaign, and yet he became president. So we need to take this seriously and we need to make Republicans own it. I think they're likely to nominate him. How old that thought is that time in the morning when I'm having them. So you guys talk about yourself. I'll be right back. We were on a good hi, Carl. Hey. So that empty chair across from you with Stephanie's and she's not there right now. So let's keep going. Keep going with your point. I mean, you have to you have to worry. You can not expect that because the American people are soured on Trump and that his numbers are even worse than when he left office. That he is not electable. He is electable. He's been elected before. Yeah. And, you know, by that stretch, he starts with a leg up on desantis. He does. We were talking yesterday at home, you know, everyone's coming out LOL Donald Trump's announcement LOL, but they did this. The same thing happened. The first time he ran. Exactly. And they got in line. You know, Ivanka says, oh, I'm not having anything to do with daddy's campaign until dice campaign takes off and is doing well. And then she'll be in there because she wants her patents in China. Yeah. I'm sure we'll get the articles talking about how she and Jared are writing the ship. Yeah, it's not a given that he's gonna face plant. Who, Trump. Trump, yeah. What did I miss the first time? See, now bob suska doesn't have to think it's just him. I made extra strong coffee for the guy that owns the show. Upstairs. That's your excuse. Anyway, I think it was all my conversations about how Trump could win again. Well, that's it. Yeah, that gets everything moving down there. Does that really what you said? No. I got to go back down. I know it does have the feeling of an acid flashback, like we all laughed the first time and we all were like, oh, this can't. I said I left a lot. And he certainly has a shot at winning the Republican nomination. And after that, 50 50. That says so much about the state of this Republican Party.
Karl Frisch Hopes The Youth Vote Will Be Rewarded With Policy Change
"Carl, it really is the story as a campaign strategist. This Gen Z turnout is what you've been hoping for probably all your life, right? Yeah, I mean, how many conversations have we had during an election cycle where the question has been whether young people are going to turn up at all? Never ever expecting that young people would turn out in a number comparable to the oldest and most reliable segment of the voting population. It's a big deal. It's a game changer. And political leaders need to adjust accordingly. We always say that members of Congress push policies that favor the people that show up and vote. You know? And I think that that's a great opportunity. This is a great opportunity to change what we're pushing. And give those voters who did turn out for the first time, a reason to become lifelong voters.
Gerrymandering Committee Proved Ineffective for Republicans
"I learned that the Republicans put a committee together To look at gerrymandering in the states and who among others was on this committee This guy seems to be behind everything and is a serial loser For us conservatives in the Republican Party Who was behind this too Cut 7 go They've vaccinated A senior editor at the nonpartisan cook political report said that New York's proposed map was such an effective gerrymander that it only wasted democratic votes in a few isolated places Even then we're stopped there for a second So it judges looked at this and told New York to fix it they really wouldn't and so they throw it out So it turns out New York turned out well But the rest of the country other than Florida in New York turned out very poorly for the Republicans Very poorly Go ahead It's a brutal map for Republicans Our guys just don't get it And I don't know about you but I felt relieved I thought were Lee when I saw Karl rove I think it was one of the Sunday shows where it's not mine I don't really remember it It was on one of the Sunday shows Because we all know Carl rove is the architect It was the architect of the 2006 Senate blowout by the Democrats And the great victory By George W. Bush in 2000 Which was ultimately decided via the Electoral College Nonetheless he's apparently on some committee that is helping to fight on the gerrymandering issue mister Purdue so that scares the crap out of me
DC AG filing civil suit vs. Commanders, Snyder, NFL, Goodell
"The District of Columbia's attorney general is filing a lawsuit against the Washington commanders its owner and the NFL I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Mister Schneider lied to D.C. consumers when he denied knowing anything Anything about the allegations of a hostile work environment and culture of sexual harassment D.C. attorney general Karl Racine laying out the central allegation behind the civil consumer protection lawsuit against the Washington commanders owner Dan Snyder the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell The team is the subject of multiple ongoing investigations also including potential financial improprieties The NFL had conducted its own probe but Racine says the league and Snyder had a private understanding This agreement enabled information about the investigation to be shared with mister Snyder and gave him the keys to determine what could and what could not be shared with the public Ben Thomas Washington
Kevin McCullough and Eric Discuss Karl Rove's Bizarre Endorsement
"Have always been, you know, not always, I shouldn't say that. But I have more recently had a jaundiced view of establishment, Republicans. But what Karl rove did in supporting the opponent of Doug monstero, how do you, how is that even possible that somebody could go over to the dark side like that? Am I missing something? I'm not aware of rose relationship. Are you saying he's supporting the Democrat, opposing mastery on the general election? Because I would see him supporting someone in the primary, but once monstery Ono broke through, I would think he'd close ranks. I can't even begin to understand that.
Equality Vs Equity
"Senator Cruz, I want to close. You and I have a lot to argue about bob Nixon, but we're not going to do that today because COINTELPRO started in 1956. But we'll come back to that another time. I want to talk to you about CRT. Because you went to Harvard Law School and somehow you avoided getting brainwashed by the crits who were there. I went to Michigan and the crits were not there at the time. I think they're probably there now. I'm jumping out here to page two O 7. You talk about CRT, critical race theory, dying. I mean, critical legal theory dying, but critical race theory was resurrected. Would you first tell people what you think the left means when they say racial equity? I have a theory, but I want to hear what senator Cruz's theory is. Well, look, the word equity and they play lots of games with language, but instead of equality, we all support equality, quality is the right thing that we should treat everyone fairly, not discriminate based on race. The left is replaced the word equality with equity. And by equity, they mean actively and aggressively engaging in racial discrimination, actively and aggressively discriminating against what they view as the oppressor class and the left today wants to discriminate against anyone they disfavored and there's an entire chapter in the book that explains the origins of critical race theory. You may be sitting at home thinking, where did this stuff come from? And the origins it's a Marxist theory. It's based on the teachings of Karl Marx, Karl Marx viewed the world in an economically deterministic way. He defied it, divided the world into the owners of capital and the workers. And the owners of capital he argued are inevitably and unalterably oppressing the workers and the answer is a communist revolution to forcibly redistribute all the well.
Eric Metaxas Discusses Theologian Karl Barth
"On page 60 of your book Bond hoffer. You stayed in part quote the epistle to the Romans. I'm sorry. On page 60 of my book on Bonn hoffer. So this person is quoting my book on bonhoff for. Yes. Which I wrote in 2008. So I hope I can remember this. Go ahead. Okay, the epistle to the Romans felt like a fell like a smart bomb into the ivory tower of scholars like Adolf von harnack, particularly controversial in German theological circles that God actually exists. What do you mean by this statement rendering doubt that German liberal scholarship didn't believe in the existence of God? That's a good question, but I'm sure most of the audience is not tracking with it. So I have to kind of give the background, Carl Bart, BAR TH. I'm trying to give the background of the theological climate in Germany in the really in the teens and the 20s. And Karl Bart wrote a book called commentary on the epistle to the Romans. And I say that I'm being a little cheeky when I say that, oh, you know, he gave them kind of the heads up that, oh yes, God actually exists. But I do think that there were many that there are many in theologically liberal circles going way back to Bond hoffers, professor Adolf von harnack, who they had a really attenuated view of the existence of God, in other words, they didn't see the idea of a personal God who was alive, with whom we would have a relationship. The idea of a transcendent God who created the universe, I think a lot of German theological liberals didn't actually believe in him, they believed maybe in the concept, but they were focused on the texts.
What Actually Is a Marxist?
"You're always talking about marxists. I hear this repeated theme. Marxist Marxist Marxist. What is a Marxist? What did Karl Marx actually believe? My 19 year old at the university of Alabama is being taught by her professors that Marx was smart profound and visionary help me out here who was Karl Marx. Great question. So Karl Marx is without a doubt one of the most influential people ever to live. There is no questioning that. So Karl Marx is interesting. He was a radical student. Part of the young hegelian group at the university of Berlin. Now, Hegel is a very complicated topic very deep. He wrote a book called the phenomenology of spirit. Hegel basically stole Christian eschatological framing end times. And created a theory of history, so whatever you think of Hegel think of history that things are constantly unfolding towards an inevitable perfection. It goes through this series of thesis and antithesis it creates a synthesis. We talk about this a little bit actually in an upcoming podcast, which is why you have to subscribe to the Charlie Kirk show podcast with James Lindsay, who understands the topic far better than I do. I have a surface understanding of it. He has a deep complex understanding of Hegel. Hegel was profound, though, because he got people to basically buy into the idea that history is constantly unfolding that we're on a journey towards inevitable utopia. Now that is against Christianity in the sense that our actions or the state actions are not going to bring us towards utopia, but we do believe that eventually that the people who give their lives to the lord will end up living in Paradise living in heaven.
Larry Elder and Sebastian Discusses the Rare Footage in 'Uncle Tom 2'
"Really kind of punched me in the gut with this movie is just the first four minutes just the footage that your guys found black families in the 30 40s and 50s, just the opulence, the prosperity, the elegance, the self confidence oozing out of two dimensional pictures and black and white, home movies, and look, I'm a white dude who's an immigrant to America. I was pissed of what's happened to that community in America. How did you guys just find that footage? Well, it was the director, Justin Malone, who's just an brilliant director. And our composer's name is Damon Chris well. He scored both movies. And again, it gave you kind of the atmosphere of the whole thing. But you're quite right. Even after black's emerged from slavery, when we were talking about lynchings and KKK and Jim Crow, black people still kept moving forward. Why? Strong nuclear intact family. It was rare for a black kid to be born into a world without his father married to the mother. A strong belief in patriotism, believe it or not, you read the speeches by people like Frederick Douglas Booker T. Washington, the riddled with praise for American values. Judeo Christian values and a belief in entrepreneurship. And Uncle Tom two talks about what's happened. How did the righteous civil rights movement get hijacked by these leftists, Democrats, socialists, collectivists, and marxists who want to dethrone God, marks, of course, was an atheist and on the website a Black Lives Matter. We talk a lot about Black Lives Matter and Uncle Tom too. They attack the nuclear family and Karl Marx hated capitalism, let alone entrepreneurship, so the very things that made black people and able to endure in the face of horrific obstacles. God, family, American values, and entrepreneurship are all under attack right now by people like Barack Obama who said America has racism in its DNA.
The Daily Wire's Megan Basham and Eric Discuss the Role of the Church
"I really believe those are the stakes right now in this country that the church must speak up and that voices like yours and mine must be bold because there are millions of people who don't know where to turn and they're hearing these false, these false voices. Yeah, and I think, you know, historically, we also need to look at the fact that this is not always just an issue of wanting to cozy up to power or wanting to come alongside and be in the club with the elite. There is also and I'm not going to speculate on who I think is a deliberate infiltrator. I don't know, but I know that that has happened in the course of history. In the 19 40s, Paul kanger wrote this wonderful book called the devil in Karl Marx, where he very directly traces Marxist influences who deliberately came into the church and they called the Christian pastors at that time suckers. He said the biggest suckers that they found when they were trying to spread communism in the United States was Christian pastors. Yeah, so he goes into detail about why this desire to be seen as loving, which we do want to be would sometimes lead them to be not discerning and they would adopt these communist priorities that they should not have been adopting. And it was funny because a couple of years ago, my husband and I went on a trip to Boston. And we did a tour of the king's chapel in Boston and our guide told us this church was funded in part by the monarchy because they wanted to influence these rebellious colonists to submit to their authority in England. And to they wanted to convince them that this was God's will for them to submit to the authority of The Crown. And I went, I believe that in a lot of these stories, we're still seeing that today.
Mitch Mcconnell, Karl Rove Have Done Great Damage to GOP Candidates
"You know Mitch McConnell and his sidekick rove have done great damage to the Republicans running for the Senate By damaging them in the Republican primaries The Democrats have spent money to nominate certain Republicans The Republicans in McConnell who has most of the money as head of the national Republican senatorial committee he controls it This is how he gets his power This is how he gets his votes to be the leader of the Republicans in the Senate The Democrats are trying to nominate certain Republicans in McConnell's trying to stop certain Republicans
Why the Georgia Race Will Go Down to the Wire
"All right, Georgia and New Hampshire. We got about two minutes and then three races. I'm very high on hershel's improving ability to talk and talk to people directly as one guy to one voter. What do you think about Herschel? Yeah, look, he has an enormous strength, which is if there's an enormous reservoir of goodwill. And you're right. He's not been a political candidate. He's been a pro football player in a role model. Somebody who's talked about the challenges that he faced in his own life and how he found the courage to ask for help. I think he's an inspiring figure in your right. He's getting better as a candidate and his opponent is a left winter. Rafael warnick would be right at home representing the state of Massachusetts or Vermont. I mean, it's like he'd be a good California congressman from the Bay Area. I mean, so yeah, there's going to be a barn burner, very expensive and we're going to go right down to the end and fortunately, Herschel's on the ballot with Brian Kemp, who's going to, I think, help him by making it. They're not going to be a lot of people who vote for Brian Kemp and then vote for Rafael warning. Now,
Is Fetterman up to the Job?
"Now, Doctor Oz is getting better. He's been on this show once. He's coming back and I was impressed. He was on with Brett bear last night, and I was impressed. And John fetterman is hurt. And I have sympathy for him and prayers for him, but I don't know if you can win incapacitated. Carl, does that happen? Will occasionally happens, but you have to be enormously popular or politically very adroit. And he started out ahead, but I think people are looking at him and saying, is he up to the job? Is he up to the task? But in a way, it's sort of like hiding another weakness, which is, again, much like Mandela Barnes, here's a guy with extreme views. Meaning he literally said that the referring to another state official he said he did this other state official plan that you could let a third of the people out of Pennsylvania state prisons without affecting public safety and federman said, I agree with that and I think it's very profound and I mean, again, once again, this guy is very, very much to the left of the Democratic Party in his state and yet he won the nomination and Oz has him Doctor Oz has a great opportunity to cross some distinctions here.
"karl" Discussed on The Lead
"Butler was a powder keg behind the scenes. At one point, in the scrimmage sources says, butler, butler turned to GM Scott late and scream. You bleeping need me. You can't win without me. But the left teammates and coaches largely speechless. And I think that towns lost a lot of respect for tibs in that situation because fibo was a guy who preached accountability who preached all business who preached kind of being there for each other and meanwhile he is letting his prized pupil, the guy that he brought in to change everything, blow everything up. And so at that point, watching tips just get run over by Jimmy Butler. I think Karl Anthony towns to look at this and say, you are bringing embarrassment and drama on this organization. I'm out of this. I'm just gonna stay out of it. John, what would you say that we learned about Carl Anthony towns through all of that drama involving him Jimmy Butler and Tom thibodeau? So I think that there was some people in the league who would say, you know, tibs and Jimmy Butler were trying to show Carl Anthony towns how to be tougher. And I think there is something to that at least that was the method behind their madness. But what we learned from towns is that he was never going to be the guy who got in the gutter and was slinging mud at his teammates at the coaching staff at any of that. What towns did instead was distance himself from the situation and say, look, you're not going to draw me into some kind of a public spitting match. I'm not going to be the one who is contributing to the feeding frenzy kind of in the media and in the court of public opinion about the drama behind the scenes. And so I think some people looked at that and said, you know, come on, Carl, get into the fight. Why are you letting other people dictate the narrative about you? Whereas Carl was saying, hey, the way these guys are conducting themselves is unprofessional. It is just an in defiance of everything I know about what a team is supposed to be, and I'm not going to abide by it. Well, John, what are your recent stories you wrote about how we've been seeing some changes in Carl Anthony towns this season, both on and off the court. And some of those changes seem to be connected to the incredible tragedies that he's lived through recently. First, can you just remind us exactly what this dude has gone through and what that experience has been like for him? Yeah, when people kind of question Karl Anthony towns toughness when they call him soft. You know, you really do shake your head if you really pay attention to what he has been through. She was very uncomfortable. Her lungs were getting worse for cough, was getting worse. She was deterring. He lost his mother, Jacqueline Cruz, to COVID-19 at the very kind of outset of when it was just starting to get its grip on the United States and shut down the NBA. He has lost he says at least 6 other loved ones close one's friends, family members, to COVID-19 over the last couple of years. He has been through the ringer emotionally in a way that few of his teammates have during the last two years..
"karl" Discussed on Philosophize This!
"The more important question to popper is how do we want that transition of power to go in our streets? How much social unrest does our system require for us to move on from a leader that's doing a bad job? See, Carl popper thinks Plato was asking the wrong question all along. He says Plato's so interested in asking who should rule? And how that person should rule to maintain the stability of the state. The better question, the more realistic question popper thinks we need to ask, is not who should rule, but instead, quote, how is the state to be constituted so that bad rulers can be got rid of without bloodshed without violence? This changes the entire feel of the question at hand. All of a sudden, this isn't so much a question of political philosophy anymore. As pauper says this becomes more of a practical or a technical question to answer, and the answer is that we need an open democratic society with a strong focus on the individual and freedom. What people living in a democracy typically call election day. Popper thinks we can also think of as Judgment Day. Where millions of individuals can anonymously show their support or lack of support for whoever is in power at the time. Something completely impossible and most fascist or totalitarian states, where the utopia is always just around the corner, whether the unwashed mass is recognized it or not. So the citizens engaged in the democratic process become the safeguards against violent revolution when leaders are no longer serving the people. But how do we actually solve any problems in poppers open society? Because say what you want about totalitarian or fascist countries, but if they're anything, they're usually pretty efficient at making decisions. That'll happen when you have a half dozen people that all agree on things, making decisions for the rest of the population. They kind of just shoot for a utopia and ask questions later. But there's a big problem popper thinks when you try to use utopian social engineering to solve big problems. It's not just that utopian social engineers think that large scale holistic overhauls are the way to fix social and political problems. What makes a situation even worse is the scope of the goals that they're trying to aim for, which if you're being realistic to popper, start to border on delusion. How can you realistically come up with a plan to implement a utopia of equality across the board? What is your plan look like to create a perfect system of justice? Goes on the direction of romanticism as well. We need to go back to a time when this country was a Paradise. People say this kind of stuff. And it really makes you wonder how what kind of goals are those? Someone told me one time that their new year's resolution is that they want to make a $1 billion and then find some way to transform into a leopard. It's like slow down, dude. We get it. But set some reasonable goals for yourself. Something you can actually take deliberate action on right now. This is what Karl popper is saying. Just like falsification in our scientific theories. Don't aim for some utopian perfection that as far as we know may not even be attainable. Instead, why can't we admit that we're always to some extent going to have conflicts and then ask ourselves, what are some concrete problems that we can see right now in the real world that we can take small, deliberate actions towards correcting and then chart our progress along the way? Things like poverty, national oppression, disease, unemployment, violence, environmental issues, war. All of these named explicitly by popper. In contrast to utopian social engineering, Karl popper calls this piecemeal social engineering..
"karl" Discussed on Philosophize This!
"Factor that's right in front of their eyes. There may be trends in human behavior. Karl popper admits. But there can never be laws. Individuals are too unpredictable, too complex. People, people are not that little dog or that little thimble thing in some game a monopoly that you're playing. And because of this, whenever you have a society made up of truly free individuals, it makes those individuals a lot more difficult to control. So not a surprise that in so many totalitarian and fascist regimes, the basic human rights of the individual go out the window and the name of the collective good. And then through various types of social and legal coercion, through propaganda, through shame, people are molded to fit whatever the totalitarian system dictates rather than the system being molded to fit the needs of the people. Now I know there must be a lot of totalitarian and fascist dictators out there listening. And don't worry, I'm here to give you guys a voice as well. Who is this Carl popper guy? Sure has a lot to say about the problems with totalitarianism. But what do you have that's better, buddy? Change my mind about totalitarianism. If you can. But like we said before, he's going to be an advocate for something he called an open society. But what does that even mean, really? Popper describes an open society at one point as being one that quote sets free the critical powers of man. And one quote in which individuals are confronted with personal decisions. This is going to loosely resemble modern western liberal democracies. But make no mistake, popper thinks there's still a lot of stuff we could be doing better in our societies to make them more effectively open. And the first step in that direction has nothing to do with some abstract political philosophy. The first step for us maybe to model our political strategy more in line with the most refined process of trial and error that human beings have ever had access to. That is the scientific method..
"karl" Discussed on Philosophize This!
"You can at least understand where people like Hegel and marks are coming from with their undying faith in historicism. Just to play devil's advocate here, worth asking the question is collective human behavior within society, completely random? Like when we read the history of different groups of people and the way their societies progressed, what do you say that their behavior is so chaotic and random that it can not be predicted whatsoever? Some people thought that it could. So if it can be predicted in any way, can we look at a large sample size and identify certain patterns? Can those patterns be distilled down into trends? Can those trends be further refined down into laws, laws of historical development, laws of human behavior? With all the success in the physical sciences and with the emergence at the time of the specialized fields of psychology and the social sciences, it was believed by a pretty substantial group of thinkers that it's not crazy to think that history can be studied like a science experiment, and that from this, we can uncover laws of historical development, and even by extrapolating into the future, we can predict where history is inexorably going to end up, and even help coax it along in that direction by structuring our societies in the proper way. So where was history going? Well, that's easy. The end of history, as it was called. These historicists believe that when you look back at it, history has been progressing through a series of stages. Each generation doing a little better than the generation before it, each new stage that's brought about correct some conflict in human affairs that existed in the last stage. This type of historicist would say that it's not crazy to think that eventually these negations and human conflicts will have generally resolved themselves. This couple thousand years we're currently living in, this is eventually going to be seen as the unavoidable growing pains of the age of civilization. And at that point, we will have reached the end of history, where we can all move on with our lives and transition into an age with an unprecedented level of peace and freedom available to everyone. Just a matter of time before we get there. Now, if you believe this wouldn't it be tempting to feel an urge or even a moral obligation to structure our societies in a way that points towards the end of history and moves us in that direction and as painless away as is possible. This is the attitude Karl popper's gonna have a problem with. And he's got a lot of ammunition against it..
"karl" Discussed on Philosophize This!
"This anxiety and the burden of being an open person living in an open society, Karl popper called this the strain of civilization. Karl popper acknowledges that living with the added pressure of the strain of civilization definitely is harder. It definitely requires more thought and more work, but it's worth it. The work is worth it because at least you're somewhat in the driver's seat as opposed to getting chauffeured around by whatever fascist or totalitarian narrative happens to rule the day. Now, being an open society. What happened to Athens next is entirely understandable. People like Socrates come along, questioning values and institutions. Instability creeps its way up through the ranks until eventually people like Socrates are put to death for corrupting the youth, and Sparta is occupying Athens after defeating them the Peloponnesian war. A young Plato would have seen this occupation. He would have seen the highly restrictive closed society of Sparta. He would have viewed history in a cyclical way, seeing the history of civilization in terms of an ongoing cycle between golden ages and periods of decay and corruption. Popper thinks all of this would have weighed heavily on Plato's mind when he set out to write one of the most well-known and influential books on political philosophy ever written in the republic. Papa gives a little more insight into the psychology of Plato, and what problems he thought were the most pressing at the time in the realm of political philosophy. Remember, a key component of Plato's philosophy is that there's a hypothetical realm known as the world of forms, where there's an ideal form of everything that conceptually exists. These forms embody the essence of whatever the thing is that we're talking about, then outside of this hypothetical realm and the earthly realm where we live, we see a bunch of flawed, imperfect shadows of the ideal form of anything. It could be a tree, a moose, whatever it is. Now here's the important part for popper. These imperfect copies in the sense that they are not the ideal version of whatever essence they possess. These copies are always subject to decay and corruption. We see this with our bodies, eventually they start to break down. We see this with economies and downturns and depressions. We see this in basically every TV show that's ever existed. What happens when season 47 comes along? Ross and Rachel, they find Tupac, live in Jersey somewhere. Chandler has an emotional breakdown about it, Phoebe writes a song..
"karl" Discussed on Philosophize This!
"Hello, everyone. I'm Stephen west, this is philosophize this. Thank you to everyone who makes the show possible by going through Patreon, contributing on the website, or by getting march at philosophies this dot org. Today's episode is not part of the creation of meaning series. Currently working on the next episode there wasn't going to have it done by today. And I've committed myself to spending all of my free time this year on the podcast, just been feeling really grateful for how you guys make my life possible. And I just want to get more out there for you, people. So thank you for your patience. Today's episode is on Karl popper's landmark work the open society and its enemies. I hope you love the show today. So on September 1st, 1939, Hitler invaded Poland. Notoriously marking the beginning of the Second World War and marking the beginning of an age where fascism and totalitarianism posed a new level of threat towards western liberal democracy. There were a lot of thinkers at the time that were worried about this whole state of affairs, and they decided that the best thing to do would be to take up arms against it. Not to take up arms in the actual board itself, but instead, in the war of ideas that was riding shotgun in the Panzer four tanks trying to take over the world at the time. Now the main objective of these thinkers was that they wanted to make people aware of just how easy it can be to fall under the spell of the stories told by totalitarian and fascist regimes. They wanted to warn people of how these modes of government might come to pass. They wanted to point to specific examples within society, markers of where you can find the seeds of totalitarianism already planted in our institutions. They warned about populist uprisings. They warned about political dogma. They warned about utopian social engineering that we should all look at with a strong level of skepticism, or else we may find ourselves living to see the day when we look back on the days of actual democracy and then write books and articles about what we can do to hopefully one day get it back, or at least a version of our democracy back. This was the project of so many thinkers from around this time. But when the philosopher Karl popper sits down during the war and writes the first version of his work titled, the open society and its enemies..
"karl" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"And so this became the crying point for the government and for our police department against its own officers. And that was part of the corruption that you look at and go, this doesn't make sense. And there's some more stuff I've got in the book where the president of the metro council on them personally. I reached out to him with all the facts. He said, I'll do a press conference Monday and get them all out. He didn't do that. He jumped on the bandwagon and actually spoke against us. But all that's documented, which is good on our part and so we thought we were safe, but then it all just exploded after the George Floyd incident. Talk about two things as we close here. One is, was this did this have a demoralizing effect on you that was part of the reason you decided to step out and go listen, I've had enough of this. And second, is it not a fact that not just the defund the police specifically, but the broader campaign of demoralizing the police is in fact the most likely explanation for why we've seen an emboldening of the criminal class and a huge spike in crime rates nationwide. Well, that is the main factor which you just said right there. The involvement of them because you've got courts who won't hold them accountable. They let them out, almost every major case you look at across the country. And I've been keeping track of it. The fact that the people that are involved in it that either led to a police incident that became controversial or innocent people dying, those people should have been in jail. They should have been held accountable. Instead, these judges are letting them out on probation. For instance, the guy who the reason the entire reason we were at the house this night, JaMarcus Glover, he had 5 pending felony cases for drugs and guns. Then he called this case. This is including the cases he had out of Mississippi already for the same type thing. He came to Louisville. He has all these cases stacked up in court. But what do they do with him? Two weeks ago, released him on probation for these charges. Clear and free, not even house arrest. They said, oh, if you go back to Mississippi, then, you know, you're good, you can go. And he left. And so there's no accountability for these guys and they know it and still be emboldened as come. When you talk about defunding the police, so the narrative of quote defunding the police, got some backlash, right? They got some pushback, people didn't like it. But they've effectively done it anyway. They already did it. They didn't have to sign any laws. They didn't have to do anything. They have come after innocent cops. They braided them. They killed morale. People have quit. People have retired and left because of it because they know there's no support, and you don't want to be the guy trying to get the criminals, and then being the one behind bars you're trying to get to criminals. And so they've effectively defunded the police nationwide with those rhetorics and with those outcomes. And so yeah, part of me, I wanted to say my family safety was in peril because we had death threats on us. So it probably wouldn't have been smart for me to go back. But even when I attempted to go back, our chief sent an involuntary transfer to having me in the property room, and that's not what I wanted to do. It's not one of the police officers. And I said, why didn't do anything wrong? I didn't break any laws that didn't violate any policy. Why am I being punished? And they just said, well, it's for the good of the department. So that was my cue to say, well, I'm going to exit stage left and go somewhere where I can make a difference. And that's one of the reasons I wrote this book and that's just because not only to get the truth out but then to expose the corruption that goes on to expose some of the things behind the scenes that the average citizen just doesn't know about. I mean, it's like pulling Oz's curtain back and going, you know, this is what's happening. And so if I can be a voice for the guys coming after me, for the police officers, if I can, if I can help them, then I can make a difference that way. And hang up the badge. This is awesome stuff, John. It sounds like a great book. I'm gonna order it myself. It's called 12 seconds in the dark, comes out in March, but you can order it now. John Mattingly, thanks for joining me on the podcast..
"karl" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Make sure to use promo code DI and ESH dinesh. Continuing my discussion of the racism of Karl Marx, something that is echoed also in Marx's sidekick or colleague engels. And it's a little shocking when you first encounter the magnitude of it because it's all over the place. It's toward blacks. It's toward Jews, it's toward Hindus, it's toward Mexicans. It's stored all kinds of groups. Here's angles, for example, he's talking about the defeats by the Europeans of the Asian empires, and he says quote that's due to the quote superior enterprise of the European race. Marx says that the Hindus suffer from quote a natural Langer. Langer really here means kind of slothfulness or laziness. And marks a writing in the telegraph, I believe London. Credits colonialism with transforming the Asian economies, including the economy of India. He goes, England has broken down the entire framework of Indian society. And he thinks this is great. He goes this loss of his old world imparts a particular kind of melancholy to the Hindu. But Marx calls colonialism quote, a fundamental revolution in the social state of Asia, a positive development that he calls a regeneration. And there's just a lot of this kind of stuff here is marked by the way I mentioned earlier his comments about his own son in law Paul lefarge. And Marx apparently routinely called him the gorilla. The gorillas coming over and so on. Here's mark's referring to his fellow German socialist a guy named LaSalle, who was apparently very stereotypically Jewish, Marx calls him, quote, the greasy Jew, the little kike, and the Jewish N word. This is marks. And now very interestingly, as I say, the left knows about this, or many of them do the more intelligent ones do know about this, but they try to hide it, and they go, they try to put forward Marxist letter to Lincoln, Marx's antislavery to cover up marks and angles views of race. When confronted with the views on race directly what they'll say as well, you know, marks, this is the kind of the way Europeans kind of were in the 19th century. Marks in other words here is simply reflecting the European thought. Now notice by the way that this is an excuse that the left never gives to anybody else. Oh, you know, Jefferson's views are kind of troubling, but he was a man of his time, let it go. But with Marx, they give him an exemption because of course he's the founder of their left wing ideology. Incidentally, this argument about he was a man of his time doesn't really work. And why? Because there were lots of people in Marxist time who didn't hold those racist views. Here's marks by the way, embracing a writer named Pierre tramo. Pierre tramo apparently thought that he had done a refutation of Darwin because Darwin talks, for example, about a kind of evolution toward what Darwin called superior races. And this guy tram ogles, well, there's also a degeneration occurring in the human type toward more inferior races and of course more here was referring to blacks referring to Africans. Marx loved it. He says the trauma's work is quote a very significant advance over Darwin. In other words, Darwin is only describing one type of racial evolution so you may say upward, but what about the racial evolution downward? Marks embraced trauma's ideas on this score. By the way, on the Jewish question, and I may have talked about this before in the podcast here's marks. What is the worldly cult of the Jew? In other words, what is the essence of the Jew? He goes, it's not religious. A lot of Jews aren't religious. He goes, what's their real religion? Quote. Money. He goes, they're haggling. That is their worldly God money. And he goes, essentially, that Emancipation from haggling and money is the true Emancipation that we need from Judaism. So it's not just a matter of getting rid of the Jewish Old Testament God, we've got to get rid of this money grubbing behavior that is characteristic of the Jews. Notice here that marks is identifying the Jews with capitalism. So we can sum up here and here's a scholarly article that sums it up and I'm just going to read the conclusion because I think it gives a pretty good summary of Marx's views and angles on the race matter. Marx and engels were endowing races with inferior and superior qualities all the time. Whites were more intelligent than blacks, Aryans, and semites, more capable than other races, the south Slavs were lacking in the innate energies and thrust displayed by the magyars and the Germans, whereas the Americans could, the Mexicans could not, economically develop California, while the English industrial and colonial triumphs were partly due to the innate character of that nation, the Asians were defeated because they lacked the entrepreneurial spirit of the European races and so on. I like that end so on because the author is sort of letting on that there's a lot more in this vein. The founders of leftism and socialism far from being enlightened champions of equality were, in fact, irredeemable bigots. And that strain of bigotry, this is my point, passes through the left, it's separately passes through the Democratic Party and then converges today in the modern democratic left. 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"karl" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Mark said a son in law named Paul lafarge, and this guy interestingly, a very interesting fellow because he is a very good way for us to test a lot of Marx's ideas toward race. This is a guy by the way who was a medical student, he married Marx's second daughter named Laura, and he was apparently one quarter Jewish one quarter Karim Indian, partly a black or negroid and the rest frame. It was a kind of a mixed race guy. But here is engels talking about him. Using the N word, by the way, which I won't use. Engel says that the lafarge, this guy has, quote, one 8th of one 12th N blood. And in a letter to Marx's daughter, lafarge's wife, engel's rights, quote, being in his quality as an, being an equality as an inn, and then a degree nearer to the rest of the animal kingdom than the rest of us. He is undoubtedly the most appropriate representative of bad district. So lafarge is representing apparently a district with a lot of mixed race people and engels is basically going well, you know, this guy's this was the old social darwinist idea that you had the animal kingdom and then you had the lower races, Darwin himself spoke about the lower races, and the idea here is that these people are of a lower race. This is what angle is getting at. And you may think that marks would repudiate all this, but on the contrary, Marx is completely on board with all this, and he uses the most nasty terms to describe his own son in law and I'll get to those in the next segment. So we see here that socialism is founded in racism and the great apostles of socialism Marx and engels were outright bigots. Hey.
"karl" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"There's a deep vein of racism and assumption of racism that runs through the political left. And if you look for it, you see it crop up in many different places. It was just a single example to jump out at meme. An article, Oregon governor, signs Bill, removing reading, writing and math requirements for high school kids to quote help students of color. Now think about that. The idea, the underlying premise is that students of color can't read. They can't write. They're unable to do math. And so somehow lowering standards eliminating requirements in these areas. This is basically what education itself is. Is somehow going to help who, while the ignorant and who are the ignorant, obviously in this case students of college, this is, by the way, Oregon, governor, Kate Brown, but she does it kind of unthinkingly naturally as if, you know, of course, this is kind of what we on the left do and in fact it is. Now I want to argue, I've talked in my earlier work about the racism in the Democratic Party, a deep vein of racism that began in slavery, in which slavery in America, of course, is distinguished as racial slavery, so there was the idea that these people aren't just unfortunate or captives. They are inferior people that we are putting to work for free. This was the ideology of the Democratic Party. And then even after slavery, the invention of white supremacy, the Ku Klux Klan and so on. Now the Democratic Party started in 1828. And it's real power was in the 1830s and 40s in which this kind of racial ideology went into full flower. But at the same time, Karl Marx, on the other side of the pond in Europe, was writing. And here there's a very ignored tradition of bigotry on the part of Marx. Marx was a racist, by the way, he was also an anti semite, seems a little paradoxical because Marx was Jewish, not religiously Jewish, but you may say culturally Jewish. Marx hated religion in general, so he was an anti religious bigot in that broader sense. And Marx was also a advocate, a supporter of colonialism. And for racial reasons. So this vein of bigotry and Marx has gone hidden, camouflaged and covered up really by the political left. They don't want it to seem like socialism is rooted at its very beginning in racism. Let's remember, for example, the Black Lives Matter, the founders, Patrice calores, and Alicia Garza, were both trained as marxists. Here is calories talking about it. We are trained marxists. Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers. They studied under a guy named Eric Mann who's the former weather underground guy kind of a bill airs guy who essentially instructed them in Marxist Leninist ideology and techniques. Now, think about the squad, Ilhan Omar, ayanna Pressley, that group. Have you ever heard them say anything critical of marks? They're always railing against dead white males. It's got to remove dead white males from the curriculum. But you notice that one dead white male that's never a question is Karl Marx. He's the apostle of socialism. He's the leading light. And Richard Delgado, who was one of the founders of critical race theory, he has said publicly, he goes, listen, this is the Marxist enterprise. He goes originally, quote, we were just a bunch of marxists. And then they fanned out into legal theory and sociology into literature and they began to push this racialized ideology. But it's all built on Marx. Now, of course, I want to support in this segment in the next one, my claim that marks was in fact a racist. The left claims that he wasn't a racist because he was antislavery. And of course, Marx has a kind of a famous letter, which is always tried about. He wrote a letter to Lincoln, in which he expressed his antislavery sentiments. Well, antislavery is not the same thing as race. Marx actually opposed slavery, but he didn't oppose slavery because it was racial, he didn't explode. He didn't post slavery because the blacks were being enslaved. His point was that it's not good to have people work for free because they undercut the wages of the working class. So that was really Marx's ideological objection to slavery. He also thought that there's a kind of natural movement in society from feudalism to capitalism to socialism to communism. And he thought slavery was a legacy of feudalism. So his point was slavery is regressive. He had no problem with the racial dimension of it at all. Now here's marks talking about the U.S. annexation of California. And this is right after the Mexican-American War. Marx was all for it. He goes, quote, without violence, nothing is ever accomplished in history. And then he adds, is it a misfortune he is being sarcastic that magnificent California was seized from the lazy Mexicans who did not know what to do with it? He goes in America this is engels now adding and replying to Marx engels, of course, is in total agreement and the bigotry of Marx is reflected in angles. He has angles in America we have witnessed the conquest of Mexico and have rejoiced at it. It is to the interest of its own development that Mexico will be placed under the tutelage of the United States. In other words, the brown people of Mexico are going to be lead into toward socialism by the more enlightened white people of the United States..
"karl" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast
"Of the wisdom dama chats. Tonight we are joined by a Karl Bruin hotel, acclaimed translator and senior teacher at the Nalanda Bodhi community. It's so great to have call back for another wisdom. And tonight we'll be talking about his fantastic new book, Miller reapers Kung fu. Mahamudra in his songs of realization. So firstly, just a little bit about tonight's program. Tonight's interview will run for about an hour. After which we'll have a 5 minute break, and then we'll return for a question and answer session. So you can send in your questions at any time and you do that via the Q&A panel, access at the bottom of your screen there. So Kyle, welcome back, and thank you for joining us. Congratulations on the new book. Yeah, thank you. It's great to be again on the wisdom damage yet. And yes, I'm also very happy about the book. As I said, recently, it's the smallest I ever done. So that's nice. Getting maybe more simple. Anyway, nice to be here. The pith instructions. I thought we'd start with the interesting and curious title of Miller reapers Kung fu. And I was hoping you could explain a little bit the meaning of Kung fu here. Yeah, I think many people who can explain the meaning of Kung fu has very much better than I can, but as far as I remember somebody a friend of mine used that phrase first military was Kung fu, but then when I asked her later, you know, because of credits, then she said, no, she doesn't remember that. So I am not sure who came up with it, somebody. Anyway, the point is that Kung fu, of course, most people know as much arts, but then it's not just that, in general, in Chinese tradition, so as I know, it means any endeavor that you have seriously pursued for an extended period of time and put a lot of hard work into. So the gong part of art is the effort or hard training, and then the food is.
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"People got karma in reincarnation people comma you need to that. You didn't performing this lifetime you go third world and you have to come back to redo because you didn't wake up. Missions and countries have also got calmer. So how can the is that in my view and the spirituals view at before there's just always taught at the college studies in london how to communicate with medical things and countries have now and how can the us be the lead in the free world if it's cooled the biggest lie as i'm proposing and so this for will piece is really really critical now. So that's why. I introduced that topic widen place number i to worry. Miss stopped buying chinese and japanese products It's chinese products Because if you communist party member could be ice hist and that's fine. You wanna be isis. But he's twenty five percents. buddhists christians and muslims in order off. percentage and Chinese japanese product. Because of how they treat Shocks cutoff shocks fans and also bluefin tunas dolphins that it's ninety dolphins and whales dolphins and whales Offered a particular reason that i actually mentioning my four topics on the universe cards S navy like a human and these particular reasons for that. If i start discussing now that'd be ten minutes discussion so the japanese have to stop doing what they doing. They round up massive amount of dolphins and then kill them and it's a it's a travesty So that's what we're in vermont. Environmental one that also is a religious one as well because china because it's getting young for a negative is a positive china needs to start Moving because otherwise. We cannot have world peace The knicks one climate change. Practical steps are big into the climates. and i gave a lot of practical states. That i don't hear people talk about Which is fascinating and then go in another talk for ten minutes on atmosphere. There's nissan so twenty five percent of the greenhouse gases atmospheres missing and that's produced by the city fall animals per person and how we need to reduce that The knicks itin. How to protect your child from paedophilia Unfortunately that's happened to me in the uk That i woke.
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"You know it seems so in the magnetic spectrum. We see less than one percent. It's like point zero three percent or something so the risks the called the nine to ninety five percent talk matters not really dark but it's frequency that we just cannot see that is otherwise when see anything but we know this radio we cannot see it but we know it moves memory. It's possible memories moves and it's the same. I'll mind you sitting in the third mayor outside body some this. What are you saying. it's true. A brain is a relay station. That's all our brand knees. It's like mobile phone. I'll brain is like a mobile time. The found doesn't come from my well. Phone comes from somewhere else so absolutely fascinating talk so but i'm not gonna mention the lost six topic as well but just before saying that is on your show as you said it was opened people's eyes self-improvement and it's my call on listeners. He's sued the butterfly effect. Just leave that you can make change in whatever you wanna do and and if you start with a blank slate you've got massive advantage on health and utilised. I knew nothing related sitting to study it and that was my advantage having a black slate because if you start at the banks clay you can see things. Other people cannot especially she dyslexic being non dyslexic sequential. Also a gift in so then. The knicks Six topics in with He's things that are just discovered that could be potent for world peace. That's my driver. Because i believe that win. Major religions defined as religions that make into minutes. He stalked relaxing by understanding. Especially the new testament. That mistakes it's call business fixing old and new testament Then main religious. Relax and then we can start will face and the knicks. Six topics is part of that. So the number seven is why. The moon never took place so photos of why couldn't decide. Now there's another fifteen reasons. Why is that important..
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"Carl great so the dyslexia is a topic one. That was my book dyslexia code. That took me six months of research. Then the next topic is to is one minerals natural everything in health and that is my book called the health. Spring kurt with sometimes till of what links longevity nations know about living disease-free and we don't and i studied longevity nations and you will not believe it. They don't eat meat unix and they all organic. so then. The previous research. The payment china and that seventies in eight hundred eighteen million people with cornell university and in states oxygen in uk. chinese population. that time what's outcome of cancer. Meat dairy eggs so i would vegan about ten years ago. But i've found that my middle vitamin labels fell through blood saliva test autistic. And the way i got up is naturally a lot of vegans take supplements and i'm not at all into supplements. It's not nice just white. And the way i got up this receive so a fish seaweeds and things like that and sea. Salt on the land salt table. Salt is a slow poison so In that book. I discussed all about ph in the body and minerals is the most important thing. It's like a call engine. You need every single distant every single mental into fire. It's it's off the six things you tristesse always mentioned mental vitamins. Water crops Protein and fats proteins is is a mess through acetate teams get the good Call of rice and potatoes and stuff like that And on the fasts. I the vegetable fats and migas through. And it's it's really mineral vitamins. That's the key thing. But if i have to start discussing now how it works with a twenty minutes so I've got a pot caused puck on that on my website that explains everything and Then the next one is creative is got That is a pretty big topic..
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"Carl would you please introduce yourself and let people know just a little bit more about you please. Yes it's thank you for having me on your show on your show. Much appreciated I'm originally from toria. South africa and beating london and dublin now for loss that he is. I'm divorce have got three. Lovely kids and I used to be in the construction industry. of quantity surveyors. It's the financial side of of construction streets and About ten years ago. And then i went into property. Ten years ago i was caught up in the celtic tiger in islands southern ireland and in the us sopron crash of august. Two thousand seven The bank's the plug on a particular property in dublin and the knicks. Three years already property prices went dump between fifty and eighty percent mind was it because of his electoral area and Suddenly a property that at two million euro sale value. Nate off the everything Three later are set was Are being the banks. In europe and that caused compete regular stakes are lost properties. But it worked me up and they started I didn't know i was going to write three folks at all and it started off with My daughter taking out of school For to learning support teacher because she had dyslexia and i started researching that and found is sort of a method to assist it. I had to vincent dublin small events and people ask for notes. So i wrote up notes that i sent him to. Its and that was the start of my facebook. Well that's pretty interesting. You know a lot of people. They don't write books and they don't get out and tell their story enough especially about some of the subjects that you cover carl. But today i'm pretty interested in the dyslexia code. And i really do want to have you back to cover other topics because i find them fascinating. You wrote the dyslexia code. Could you tell us first of all the main reason you wrote that book. Yes so as i mentioned my daughter was taken out of class so i went on amazon and found. They was two thousand five hundred books onto lakes here so i was probably researching it and i've found miss. It closed davis miss it That assisted them. Basically ron davis is case aquatic. He discovered that these two hundred fifty shapes. That's woods woods in english language. That's governor shapes so whole shape but the would up. 'cause shape would between to and stuff like that.
"karl" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
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"karl" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"I'm a blue belt at wherever and then you so it's all levels right. It's all levels. We'll talk about levels. You know what i mean. A yoga class. One time and think that you're as in mass one hundred percent one hundred percent. Like when i walk in the rain that i go. I teach you combative sauce. And then you know right away those kind of go around the horn the see who has what for training all. I'm a paramedic. Oh purple belt. Oh i'm this. I'm that that's when you start to piece together. I'm going to tell you this man. My my boy. My my my top as bone comb. I looked to all the information. Fucking blue scorpion. He came on the range shooting. He's a yeah. I was in the army twenty five years. The solly said we got on the range. We start chucking fucking layer and next thing i know i looked at his target and we was moving to contact. He fucking jump behind my jeep. Landau fire move fucking move mad dumping and shit and i said wall. Do what the fuck did you do. In the army. is a green beret. I said i can fucking tale this by that and some of those guys. They won't say shit and this is like wall. Yes and i was like whoa. What the fuck was that in. Because before i knew it. I'm i'm on second mack. Second man move move move and we just went to a whole nother world in every student out there like what just happened. Some people don't don't don't don't talk. That shit is levels. there's just levels straight up there's levels you know and everybody listening you gotta understand. Can you go and take a two-week combatants. classic anyone takes academy or anything else of course can. Is that gonna mean you have a black belt in anything. No just like you do. You're not an expert at that point. I've taken a few classes. I've never received a bill of crowding mega took an a few classes kickboxing. I took a few classes. I am no master. I am no master expert at shooting. I'm just a guy like the shoot. Just roll up. I need to do what i need to do. Like i am i am. I am no goddess. Saint don't put myself on that pedestal. But just understand if we get in the fight. You're gonna know my fucking name when we finish. Because i might bite you fucking balls off guests that situation. I'll take your your eyesight. You'll never see again. I just wish the industry would accept that answer because that's a perfect answer. I just wish that you know what i'm saying like the everybody would stop trying to lay. Would on the table and just accept that answer. Because that's that's the perfect answer. Yeah exactly because he just gave the perfect answer. I want to train does let me train does it..