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Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God

Cults

05:29 min | 5 months ago

Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God

"March seventeenth two thousand. The Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God held a huge party to celebrate the end of the world. The party was scheduled to last for two days as the leaders had roasted three bulls for feasting and acquired seventy crates of soft drinks. Hundreds of men women and children had arrived to join in the festivities and prepare for Armageddon yet. Armageddon came much more quickly than any of them had anticipated as the members gathered in the chapel at the primary complex in Congo. Uganda the doors and windows were boarded. Shut THE CHURCH. Building was set on fire. And at least seven. Hundred congregants were burdened ally. Hi I'm Vanessa. Richardson and this is colts. Apart cast original this is the thirteenth episode in our Daily Series. On the strange prophecies made by different cults and their leaders throughout this month. Were taking a daily look at the myriad of apocalyptic predictions to try and uncover. What makes these revelations so appealing? I'm here with my co host. Greg Paulson pyeryone today. We're discussing the beliefs of Christiania. Marin Day she convinced member cult the Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God. That Armageddon was imminent after predicting the world would end on January. First two thousand. The cut leadership killed their own members for reasons that are still not entirely clear. It's very likely they didn't want members to realize their doomsday predictions. Were wrong the Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God began in nineteen eighty nine. When Cronje Morandi a bartender banana beer brewer and sex worker claimed that the Virgin. Mary had appeared before her in the vision. Mary commanded Cronje to clean up her life and spread the news of a coming apocalypse. Cra Dona claimed at the world would face awful tribulation from God if people did not turn back to him and follow his ten commandments to the letter most people looked upon CR- Dona with skepticism. However she brought her predictions to form a government employee. Joseph Kibera Terry. He had also claimed have seen visions from God and when Cronje came to him he believed God had brought her into his life. Cuba Terry's endorsement of Kunia gave her story. The clouded needed together. Cronje and Cuba Terry Spread Their Doomsday message. Luckily for them Uganda was in a state of total chaos. Making Armageddon look highly plausible. Even the most sceptical Ugandans of the day the entire nation had been embroiled in a civil war with atrocity after atrocity being committed on all sides in addition HIV and AIDS had torn through the country at a rapid pace killing indiscriminately to make matters worse. The Roman Catholic Church one of the only pillars of stability in the region had become embroiled in its own awful scandals. People were desperate for safety and answers in could dona. Morandi was all too happy to provide. She called the people of Uganda follow her and promised to shelter them through the coming wrath of God. This message proved effective over the course of eight years. The movement's membership grew to over four thousand and built several dedicated living complexes throughout the region. Yet for all the cult successes Cra Dona had never decided on an official date for the end of the world to maintain control. Cordona stated that the world would end on January. First two thousand. The Colt was prepared to die. When the day finally came but as January first came and went so did CRA donas credibility. People began to leave the movement on mass in order to save face. Crony announced a new date. For the end of the World March eighteenth. They would have a grand party to celebrate starting on the seventeenth when over seven hundred people showed up to the Kananga Complex Cronje provided the apocalypse she had promised by burning them alive within the chapel. Some believe she died in the fire while others believe she escaped but more horrific revelations were still to come as the Ugandan government investigated the movement's Bases. They discovered mass graves at each and everyone in total. Three hundred ninety. Five additional members of the movement had been shot stabbed and poisoned by their own leadership sometime before the fire overall the Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God had proven to be one of the deadliest cults ever created when her doomsday prophecies. Failed CR- DONIO. Marinda made sure they would never fail again by killing more than two thousand of her own followers whether she died with them or escape to safety is unknown to this

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"kibera" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"kibera" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

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"kibera" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"kibera" Discussed on /Film Daily

"And you'll be invited to learn more about the treasures and our has to share into the moment when the guardians of the galaxy arrive in adventures across the cosmos ensue so it's really fun idea to have you know you enter a fake up copy and went built around alien culture and going adventure and i'm down for that. I do think that playing this role discovery section which is about stories about science technology integrating adventure adventure come to life. I feel like these new neighborhoods feel so vague. They can stick disney i._p. Impair all fits but i'm sure it's been great. I i have so much faith in disney. Imagine ears delivering high-quality rides that i can look forward to this ride itself by itself will also being bummed out about it being in epcot yeah yeah it. It doesn't quite fit into that neighborhood <hes> but i'm excited for it because i <hes> love guardians galaxy and <hes>. I'm excited for this new ride. Although <hes> <hes> my kibera does not like rides to go backwards so it's gonna be a payment asked to convince her to go on this right because she she easily gets sick with a going backwards especially a launch coaster that goes backwards that just sounds <hes> vomited vomit inducing to her so <hes>. I'm wondering at the same time the supposed to be a family right right so i can't be that intense. I guess it'd be something around the same level of intensity he is mission breakout or becoming on-road might not being very smooth and fast but not rough so hopefully. I'll be okay for <hes> for your girlfriend. Yeah okay. Let's talk about space <hes> two hundred and twenty which is a weird name and i keep on thinking it should be twenty twenty agai because everything in the future is twenty twenty money <hes> but no it's space 2-0 in this is the space restaurant that they're building. It'll be open later this year. I think ah the interesting thing here. I'm wondering if this is part of the concept art and part of the the model that they showed at twenty three but outside of the space <hes> <hes> restaurant space <hes> two hundred twenty there is like a space elevator that goes from the earth up into the heavens and <hes>. I'm wondering if that's going to be something that we actually see there that there's actually going to be like a stat practical space elevator. That looks like it's going up into you know the nether where we can't see because the way you get to this space restaurant. Is you actually board. You know an attraction. That's like the space elevator in actually takes you into the restaurant but you actually see yourself launching into space <hes> which almost seems like it's a testing bed of what they're doing for the star wars hotel <hes> <hes> what do you think of this shikha <hes> that area of the park needs food <hes> missions based in the areas needed a refresh for lyle and the idea of entering a room that simulates movement and opens up with you're going somewhere else. Is you know an old school theme park trix so i think you can count on it being fake space elevators in that entrance yeah <hes> and lastly the announced a mwana attraction which called mona journey of water <hes>. I was very excited. When bob deepak announcement announced this on appreciate until i realized that by attraction he means a walkway by by walkway and he said it was going to be attraction where you would be able to control the water by being able to control the water..

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"kibera" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"kibera" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"People are living longer and some would say better lives African economies are among some of the fastest growing in the world. And while this progress is laudable doctors are cautioning that. It also is contributing to an unhealthy access to highly refined foods and a sedentary lifestyle leading to a sharp rise in a cases on the continent to the BBC's, Sylvia. Shebek joins us now in Sylvia. You've caught up with a woman in Aruba whose livelihood drove her to on a BI state, haven't you? What does she told you? Yes, I met Sarah Kinney who leaves in Kibera Nairobi one of Africa's biggest Aben slums. And she is when she's thirty years old right now and weighed one hundred and thirty five kilos when I first met her now, Sarah was what gladly contributed to how state was that? Sarah Lee, walked anywhere. She would use motorcycle taxes to move around her neighborhood and have breakfast. For example, would include a half, a loaf of bread with thick layers of my Doreen on either side of its lies alongside a Cup of tea with five tablespoons of sugar, and then should have a mid morning meal and a lunchtime meal both of which heavy in fattened shoot at the end starch and right after that she would step outside and right at her doorstep would start cooking and sailing chips, which would never let the whole time. She's cooking between when o'clock and seven PM. I liked it. I if I I'm not poking by say. I know. But I don't think I know I'm five out of this plane down wanted that effective. I love to get to that..

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"kibera" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"When I read a biography of. Martin Luther King junior, and it was very inspired. So as a child over on I wanted to be there. Dr king of this land of Kibera Kennedy set off to do just that. So I can only eleven years ago when I studied abroad on a semester abroad and Kenya. This is Kennedy's wife. Jessica pose ner day who helped co found shelf go, and so I ended up living in Kibera with Kennedy and his family and really getting to see firsthand what life looks like. And I was just so inspired by this kind of candy spirit. I helped Kennedy apply to colleges in America. And when I was at Wesleyan university, he came twelfth land and together really in his college dorm room, we sat together and started thinking about how we could really make the most change for the most number of people. They decided education was the place to start in Kenya. You have to pay for education and most families can't afford it. And if they. Can Jessica says families rarely pay for girls to go to school families living on a dollar a day as a family if you can just imagine that first second families make an economic decision. And they think that boys are going to grow up get a job in a factory, and they educate a boy so in order to provide opportunity for girls Kennedy, and Jessica founded ks g the key better school for girls school, visit occasion. It good. In fact, the first class of eighth graders recently graduated and from that class five girls have now been given the opportunity to come to the US and a ten high school. I got the chance to speak with two of them. Belden Asano Asanga and Eunice a cough. Hello. Hello. Hi, Belden unis are both fifteen grew up in Kibera and are here in the US completing their high school degree, and this is Belden thanks to shining hope for communities, she was able to enroll at the key better school for girls when she was in first grade. Started school. I was so shy. And I didn't speak English. I never understood anything. It was a similar story for Eunice. So I began school at age nine and before that at never stepped into a squawk on pond, I used to stay home. But my parents are illiterate. But with the opportunity to learn both Belden and Eunice came to love school, and it was so much more than just an education that they received it was impoundment too. So for me for girls was like, I need to me. It was a place away from home that taught me can be whatever I want to be over the summer Belden and Eunice came to the United States to attend high school Belden at westover school in Middlebury, Connecticut and Eunice at miss Porter's school in Farmington, Connecticut, getting a chance to study in the us on a path to college something they never thought possible, but shelf coz work is so much more than just the key better school for girls shelf. Go is now opened up a second school, and it takes a holistic approach to helping communities in Kenya. Is that health is that important? Around.

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"kibera" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on /Film Daily

"To send in any suggestions that we have may have missed, and we got a bunch of responses. I will leave them in the show notes fog over through a couple of really quickly. Brian from Kansas really hated slender man, and he met from Connecticut saw Superfly with his movie pass, and he calls it a steaming pile amateurish terribly, terribly ridden enacted and the most ridiculous adolescent fantasy sex scene. He's ever seen garbage chice d listed off a bunch of movies, but he spent a lot of movies. It's seen seventy eight unique movies, which I think beats me and the worst movie. He seen this year. He give to ten and that was for Godley the move. Pass produced film and will m says his last weekend. He saw puppet master the last right the movie that Chris just referenced, and it was absolutely brutal and he's a fan of the director. So he was very disappointed Sean from Missouri wrote in that he the worst movie he had seen this year is me's runner, three, the death care in the Meg, and he he hit a lot to say about those. You can read all the comments in the show notes. I'm not gonna read the emails on the air, but those were a couple movies that we did not mention have either you seen any of the movies that were just listed. No, I have not caught up with maze runner three yet. I have all three of those movies in a box set for some reason. Even though I have not seen any of them, but Jacob, Jacob called amazing slash talks very highly of the maze runner movies and director, west ball specific. So I'm looking forward to diving into those. Who knows when I'll get around to that, I'm interested to see if the third movie is, is indeed as bad as people say, you know, I saw the first addition, the first movie in that trilogy and I really liked it. So I'm curious to see what you say. Once you finally dive in, Chris, you hadn't seen any of these other movies like Godley. No, other than puppet master have not seen these. I probably won't see a lot of them. I am going to watch gaudy when it comes on Blu Ray just because I'm so curious to see that has bad as I hear this, like I'm never going to see Superfly. I'm never going to watch maze runners. Three, which is a film. I forgot even came out this year, so yes. So I haven't. I have not seen these. It is funny with these like movie subscription services. Like I have the AMC list in this weekend. We were bored and I was we're thinking about seeing another movie. I'd seen searching on Friday. I'll talk about that in the water cooler tomorrow, and I was going down the list of movies in. In aim see theaters that we could possibly see. And I was, I was actually trying actually trying to convince Kibera my girlfriend to see mild twenty two, even though has horrible reviews just because it was like the one movie we have not seen that's like in AMC theaters. So I feel like out, I feel like these movies subscription services are are. Sometimes they help you like maybe some people saw like a million searching that probably otherwise wouldn't have. But on the other hand, when you're bored, you end up seeing shitty movies that you probably would have stayed away from. So anyways, let's dive into the news. Let's start off with the story that broke on..

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"kibera" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on KQED Radio

"BBC World Service. With me In August it will be. Twenty years since more than two hundred people were killed when single Tangiers truck bomb explosions were carried out in the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania my guest is the acclaimed Kenyan filmmaker. One Newry who made an award-winning film on the tragedy How latest film depicting a lesbian love affair. However, has been banned in Kenya what does her, filmmaking tell us about African society, today and how Africans viewed by wider audiences one Rica Hugh welcome to hard talk thank you it's a pleasure to be here you get, from making films the purpose behind it for you well actually of made, my purpose afro bubble gum which is, the creation of fun fists and frivolous films so that we. Can reframe Africa enjoy so that images and the pictures of ourselves and. Not only beautiful and poignant but also stunningly joyous and radically hopeful you were born and buddy Nairobi and you grew up surrounded by women strong women who you say were actively pursuing happiness Feel it's important to reflect that kind of joyful life in, your films about Africa well so often, I feel Africa's not portrayed as a happy continent It's not potatoes someplace that is glorious and thriving, and wonderful and that's my experience my experience of Africa has been that has been wonderful in joyful and I want to add, those experiences to, cinema but doesn't mean that you're. Impervious, to the fact that, there is still a great deal of suffering Africa's you. Might be lucky but I mean we've all those. Have been tonight ruby you, see, Kibera slums and now that the difficulty is that people are having I think, it's more about a balance of images I think that. There's many many many images of our suffering disease-stricken and stricken. And war-stricken. And all those things but there aren't enough images. Of us as thriving individuals so my efforts to balance the view rather than? Anything, else all right you fell in love with films, as a teenager so what are your parents say when you said I want to study film well they didn't. Think, it was very good idea initially and I'm not saying sometimes I'm, not sure that they'd, still do so it's it's it's complicated but there's really. Even now now hold winning I think I think. It's a little more complicated, now, because of the kind of films that I make but they are incredibly supportive, and they they made me so this is a result. Of them so when you landed an intern ship with universal. Films in. The United States you said I learned a lot. From them but I was determined to come back home and tell the Kenyan? Story, absolutely why did you want to help the just, the Kenyan story or something It's it's actually it's bigger than that initially I did want to come. Home and start to create my voice in Kenya I wanted it, to be influenced by the place that I. Live in the people that I love that was the initial thrust of the of that but later it's, become it's become African stories on a, broader humanity and. Then later it's going to be more. So I think it's just continuously volving but right now I'm very very curious, about creating, about telling stories about joy and, especially black joy on you're using afro bubble gum the media company that. You. Say that you found it in order to do that as a vehicle So off your studies in the UK and. The US that's what you established but did is that the only way you felt that as a black, female filmmaker you could get your films made to seize the, bull by the horns yourself and. Use your own vehicle well it's incredibly hard to be a young filmmaker and make it in Los Angeles and I knew I had a better chance. Of going home and trying to tell. The, stories that I wanted to tell in the way that I wanted to tell. Them first and then hopefully broaden out to my audience and move into into a larger space but I'm just incredibly proud to be part of an, African filmmaking generation of of storytellers your first film was from a..

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Alphabet profits jump despite record EU fine

Rich Zeoli

03:56 min | 2 years ago

Alphabet profits jump despite record EU fine

"The BBC news with sue Montgomery the white town, says President Trump is considering taking away the security clearances of six former intelligence and law enforcement officials this. Seeks include the former CIA director John Brennan I'm the former FBI director James Comey speaking at a press briefing the. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders accused the Sikhs of making unsubstantiated. Claims, up about Mr. Trump's relationship with the. Russian government the president is exploring the mechanisms to remove security clearance because they've politicized and, in some cases monetize their public service and security clearances making baseless accusations of improper contact, with Russia and the fact that people were security. Clearances are making these baseless charges provides inappropriate legitimacy to accusations with zero evidence the authorities in Kenya have used bulldozers to Destroy the homes if more than. Thirty thousand people in Kibera sprawling informal settlement in, the capital Nairobi the Kenyan government says all the structures for illegal and, had to be cleared to allow construction. Of a new. Road the BBC's wrong cliff Oded, witnessed the demolition off, movers descended on their homes at around five in the morning and they were caught unawares many. One able to salvage most of their, belongings a. Section of the affected population, is also arguing that the fourteen day, notice that they, were given. Was not. Enough to enable them relocate the father condemned the demolitions claiming. They were not fully briefed on. The compensation modalities when we visited the area we will meet by of, women and children were looking very depressed Russian investigators say six prison guards have been detained after video emerged. Showing staff brutally beating an inmate the video shows the inmate handcuff and being held face down as gods took it. In turns to hit him here's Sara Raynsford The thing captured in, this video was brutal and sustained all. This took place over, a year ago in the central Russian town of Yaroslavl if gaining my car fit complain at the time but, an inquiry vault there was nothing wrong with his treatments then last week the shocking ten minute, video emerged six suspects were. Detained, today but human rights activists say such abuse. Is commonplace in Russian prisons the lawyer who passed that video onto the press has now left the country after reporting threats Google's parent company alphabet is, posted better-than-expected earnings on the back of increased appetizing demand sending its shares. Soaring by more than three, percent the tech giant posted a twenty six percent rise in revenue. To nearly, thirty three billion dollars in the second. Quarter analysts say the results will allow the company, to easily absorb a record five billion dollar fine imposed last week but, the EU which accuses Google of abusing. Its market dominance In smartphone software BBC news Italy says it's agreed that ships with rescued migrants on board will be able to talk in Italian ports, at least until the, EU devise a strategy to address the. Third distribution of, people the government wants a policy. To be devised within the, next five weeks last, month, lease new government refused to accept. Migrants, aboard the rescue ship Aquarius more details are emerging about the extent of a sexual abuse scandal. Within the Chilean Catholic church the public prosecutor in Chile says his team is investigating one hundred and fifty eight members of the church. His Candice yet the public prosecutor Luis Torres said they were investigating abuse of children and adults committed mostly over the last. Two decades he said the abuses who included bishops and priests at. Funded against more than two hundred and, sixty victims mainly children and Niger leci- the abuse scandal in Chile has.

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"kibera" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"He will face five six and seven in the fifty one's lineup waiting six nothing as the sun sets here in southern colorado beautiful evening is nearly perfect strike is called an account zonal on righty lefty vanja of and she has one or two has one of the two hits fifty one takes low here ball won a bonus right so solid outing for aaron wilkerson by scoreless to hit struck out five is only real bugaboo worthy walks at for those bad boys pitch mrs insight bowl tutu and one floride hand or kicks it deals the two one delivery fullfat outside at third outside and i i should say an account as even a two and to to answer time out for brooks sunday in sacramento two thirds of any gave up the winning run evenki in the ninth inning was the losing pitcher call strike three with a back door breaking pitch for brooks breezes ashi and he's caught looking to begin the sixth and now kibera han over to checks hand has struck out about stop continuing on with the major league scoreboard comes brooks i wanna taibo one the blue jays at hall knock off the national six five snapping their three game losing streak rush right back swing and miss in a strike to kibera han.

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"kibera" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"This is colorado springs sky sox baseball on xtra sports thirteen hundred sub game homestand on a victorious note tonight the first of three from las vegas sixty two six runs nine hits no for the sky sox they leap ten on the basis las vegas to runs eight hits no errors they ran five and i guess maybe that was not an error after all so that's good to see on that bowl hit by patrick kibera han the showed an error on the board but no errors on the box score just getting clarification on that so errors that's good to see because that was definitely a base it for kibera hannah the ninth inning a ball andres blanco it's short so again the totals were line scores sky sox six runs nine hits no errors las vegas to runs eight hits no errors sky sox strand tent las vegas leaves five winning pitcher corbin burns burns improves to three and four his second home win of the year the loss don cody martin he's now owing two home runs for jet bandy is i brett phillips at his fourth of the year game took two hours and forty six minutes two thousand five hundred and twenty take it in on a park the park wednesday here at security service field sky sox what the victory now.

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"kibera" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Cure his cold we didn't see this coming speed like coffee cans oh boy things are going to strike hurled himself backwards into that male fall down those icy stairs he didn't think a barrier maybe invest in railing an opening that rain still into mary man oh yeah so here goes so she's she's got to think called macgregor's syndrome which is what alfred you're about the find out also as he wasn't shitting actually made shitting pants symptom is that what mcgregor alfred shitting every time he's kibera shouldn't himself just orgasm i think it's both which sounds like it'd be really really fun the now sitting in the middle of a maintenance like that goes coli shitting incoming again mcgregor's man if knockout move was he punch your lights out and then got top you shit and come everywhere talking about not taking that fight dupe did people talk about cleaning being bad at the time like it's all right because there was no standard like super definitely to younger member that but actually don't know it's wild watching this because he like has to move down another part of his body in order to move another part like he is constantly just twitching all over the place it's fucking bizarre the whole this whole thing is just strange i don't understand why they took this angle with the alfred thing like if they were they went into this thing like oh yeah we'll get another movie probably what the fuck storyline where they tried to build too.

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"kibera" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"The gdp are and can you explain to the listener what the gdp are is how significant it is and can that be a model for the rest of the world the gdp are let think it's a way to protect the data sits they deregulation based principles so you will not find everything it's specific but you'll find guidelines to make sure that we understand who owns her data if they send our data we have to give clear consent so your silence is not taking that consent i think this is an interesting principle so you have to actually say that you want to have your data being kept or used and the same time we're blocked the companies to do that provides visibility and transparency for the users of our data and with the kibera genetic a situation everybody understood that we do need principles and with luxury i think you cannot comply with the pr if you put the houses on the block chain but the sensitive data and not on the blockchain so you have to dentistry without sensitive data you have to make sure people understand how going to use them for how long the purpose and also the time how long are you going to use them for i think this is the core of debris are you said something earlier that i took a note on when you're on stage that countries who tried to squash innovation and reject digital currencies are unintentionally or by the fall fueling the movement that they're trying to squash how can governments reconcile without stifling innovation in without really isolating the community how can they work together work in the bridge and i guess when i when i hear about what's happening in the european union as an american i get excited and i asked myself how come the united states government isn't doing this how can the united states government isn't to the extent that they could educate themselves too but thinking european union we have an mentality.

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"kibera" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Find their puppy mill campaign up on their website when you see their tv commercials they often show puppy mills and the bad you get called in fairly often when some local government has to go in and take over a puppy mill facility correct that's right so a lot of these puppy mills are in rural areas because that's where they can have the room when there's not going to be a neighbor next door complaining about sixty caged up dogs who are barking and exhibiting all sorts of distress now rural counties also have small population basis that means that they don't have a lot of people to tax and with less tax revenue they can't afford a big animal shelter and so when they have to do a seizure thirty five forty fifty dodge and the local shelter can only you know only twelve dog runs and they need help and so that's one organizations issue has come in and coming in and helping with eating animals into together kibera animal shelter bringing in volunteers and paid staff dealt make sure the animals are walked and cared for usually veterinarian has to be brought in because there's always some medical issue that has to be addressed and then once we have custody of the dogs and we can try to find it homes for them and that you have partner organizations rescues shelters they will help get these animals rehabbed and into homes that's right so call emergency placement program and there was the last time i checked about three hundred shelters and rescues around the country who were a part of our mergency place partners program that and that may that number may have gone up just about a year and a half ago when i'll ask asked about the numbers but it depends on the whole you know oh it's good that these animal groups we'll talk to each other and may not always agree on everything but it's good when we can have collaboration like that because a lot of these crises with choir all hands on deck and we have been having those crises not not to turn away from puppy mills but we've had disasters repeatedly that have.

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"kibera" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on WEEI

"I would fight myself on that to some degree when he talked about literally the difference in in games could be bringing craig kimbrel nathan i mean i think there are games they truly could have w's right now where they might not were they where they've lost a couple of games if he had only been willing to bring in kimberly because kibera is such a special pitcher they just we talk about potential hall of famer that speaks for itself but i don't know if people understand that when talking about the bullpens like well you need someone else for the ninth inning no you don't you the guy that you want to use in the eighth inning which is the higher leverage situation that's the guy you pitch in the ninth instead so i think the eighth inning stuff the bullpen you suggest that that is really important you know who he pinch hits here and there he leaves buki in the ondeck circle that's not going to be the difference in their she's the biggest thing though is clubhouse happiness and and what does that do for you what does having a happy clubhouse how does that help the red so we saw what happened last year right look at look at these guys were kind of left to their i guess it's a sport where all guaranteed did you know and so you can have players who can just tune out and check out like the chicken and beer team you know like what was the risk for david price you know in in in going after i don't want to i personally am kind of over that topic but you know you talk about somebody acting out or kind of doing something that a patriots player probably wouldn't do there's no risk you have guaranteed money i mean you look like a jerk if you do something off color but you you had players who are who are independently operating last year.

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"kibera" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To be one of the world's most pernicious and stubbornly destructive lights on humanity there are more than two hundred million malaria cases worldwide every year nearly half a million deaths ninety percent of those in sub saharan africa and all of them if we were really to make this a priority preventable we're going to be looking at how that prevention might be possible in this program using the range of current treatments but first let's hear from one of those hundreds of millions of people living tragically in the diseases shadow daddy maggie nation makina my name is janet munc reside in every of kibera slums i work casual libra clean includes i have two children at the moment my child fell ill with malaria during the period was in doctors had gone on strike i went to hospital i did not get any doctor was going for casual walks who would leave the baby to my sister and told her to check and see if the doctors were back from the strike the was sick for two months he would pull himself up in cry his body would be haunted would continue crane in crane we would walk from hospital to hospital but the doctors were still on strike we went to a private doctor but clinton so after you went to the doctor and you found that you couldn't afford to pay what happened after that immelt daca labia to the baby had malaria his pootie would go through changes he would change i went to the knicks t to go do some casual walk to quotes so that he could get medical treatment one of the new buzz called me and said that you baby is in serious condition please come quickly them on the road at my sister's baby and had pasta we to do system sheikha the words of janet i'm working mother there in neuro be well one man who has put small fortune into tackling this disease is the microsoft founder bill gates he's devoted hundreds of.

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"kibera" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Don't remember remember all the way back to twenty ten when barack obama did this kibera co bomb deployed national guard troops as part of a border protection plan in twenty ten they said up to one thousand two hundred national guard troops would be in place along the us mexico border for up to a year to assist as customs and border protection so democrats are upset with this because the guy who's doing its name is trump otherwise they wouldn't care but the suggestion that trump's he's the military is a play thing and that's why he's doing this trump literally campaigned on solidifying the border that's what he campaigned on so there is no problem here that's absurd but there's a deeper problem and that is i was asked yesterday by by somebody specifically about this issue why are so many democrats why are so many folks on the radical left interested in open borders and i said because there's a group of people who really believe that america bears blood guilt for all of the problems in the rest of the world they look at america and the americas rich america's powerful there are a lot of people all over the world who are poor or not powerful lots of countries all over the world where people are suffering that's our fault because we're rich and powerful in their view world politics zero sum game we'll just demonstrating this tucker carlson had on last night a fellow who calls himself a border angel his names rica enrica maroons he is a person who attempts to smuggle people across the border he's a founder of the caravan of migrants that was headed to the us via the us mexico border from central and latin america and here he is the tucker carlson explaining why he thinks that it's fine to smuggle people across the border and tucker does a good job with with both making the the famed tucker carlson face as well as as well as causing this guy in the united states interfering in these countries that demand for the drugs invading sovereign land like iraq or interfering the civil wars or central america that causes people to flee the us so.

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"kibera" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Don't remember remember all the way back to twenty ten when barack obama did this kibera co bomb deployed national guard troops as part of a border protection plan in twenty ten they said up to one thousand two hundred national guard troops would be in place along the us mexico border for up to a year to assist as customs and border protection so democrats are upset with this because the guy who's doing its name is trump otherwise they wouldn't care but the suggestion that trump's he's the military is a play thing and that's why he's doing this trump literally campaigned on solidifying the border that's what he campaigned on so there is no problem here that's absurd but there's a deeper problem and that is i was asked yesterday by by somebody specifically about this issue why are so many democrats why are so many folks on the radical left interested in open borders and i said because there's a group of people who really believe that america bears blood guilt for all of the problems in the rest of the world they look at america and the americas rich america's powerful there are a lot of people all over the world who are poor or not powerful lots of countries all over the world where people are suffering that's our fault because we're rich and powerful in their view world politics zero sum game we'll just demonstrating this tucker carlson had on last night a fellow who calls himself a border angel his names rica enrica maroons he is a person who attempts to smuggle people across the border he's a founder of the caravan of migrants that was headed to the us via the us mexico border from central and latin america and here he is the tucker carlson explaining why he thinks that it's fine to smuggle people across the border and tucker does a good job with with both making the the famed tucker carlson face as well as as well as causing this guy in the united states interfering in these countries that demand for the drugs invading sovereign land like iraq or interfering the civil wars or central america that causes people to flee the us so.

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"kibera" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Find their puppy mill campaign up on their website when you see their tv commercials they often show puppy mills and the bad you get called in fairly often when some local government has to go in and take over a puppy mill facility correct that's right so a lot of these puppy mills are in rural areas because that's where they can have the room when there's not going to be a neighbor next door complaining about sixty caged up dogs who are barking and exhibiting all sorts of you know stress now rural counties also have small population basis that means that they don't have a lot of people to tax and with less tax revenue they can't afford a big animal shelter and so when they have to do a seizure of thirty five forty fifty dodge and the local shelter can only you only like twelve dog runs and they need help and so that's one organization issues come in and coming in and helping with eating those animals into for the kibera animal shelter bringing in volunteers and paid staff to make sure the animals are walked and cared for usually veterinarian has to be brought in because there's always some medical issue that has to be addressed and then once we have custody of the dogs and we can try to find it homes for them and that you have partner organizations rescues shelters they will help get these animals rehabbed and into homes that's right so called are emergency placement program and there's a last time i checked three hundred shelters and rescues around the country who were a part of our emergency placement partners program that and that may that number may have gone on this about a year and a half ago and i'll ask asked about the numbers but it depends on the whole you know oh it's good that these animal groups we can all talk to each other and may not always agree on everything but it's good when we can have collaboration like that because a lot of these crises choir all hands on deck and we have been having those crises not not to turn away from puppy mills but we've had disasters repeatedly that have.

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Cambridge Analytica and its role in Kenya 2017 elections

Morning Edition

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Cambridge Analytica and its role in Kenya 2017 elections

"The news of the world to audiences back home this is morning edition from npr news good morning i'm david green and i'm no l king allegations that cambridge analytica used facebook data to influence elections has lawmakers in the us and the uk demanding answers but this scandal also affects kenya cambridge analytica officials bragged that they basically ran the kenyan president's campaign last year npr's or peralta has the story out here in kibera politics is always fronted center essential when there are no politicians regular guys take to a podium i find your kunle shut listening and reading the newspaper cambridge analytica has been on the front pages but sharad jokes that he lost his phone so whatever influence campaign they engine neared probably missed so much fun i do get the access he thinks what cambridge analytica did it kenya probably influenced younger people but dozens of people were killed a drink postelection violence in this neighborhood and that he blames squarely on kenyan politicians they find as was created by themselves the company just how much of a role cambridge analytica played in kenya is still the subject of debate topranking company officials were caught on tape by britain's channel four bragging about having a hand in quote just about every element of president who can you had his campaign in an interview with vice news rafael to show the chief of the president's political party rejected the claims it would be far fetched he says to think a company could use facebook to determine the psychological profile of a kenyan voter for us in this particular environment issue for us last year kenya had to elections one was annulled by the supreme court for regularities the second was also contested in both instances the campaigns were ethnically charge andreas could soroush who worked for the.

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"kibera" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"kibera" Discussed on The Young Turks

"The attacks on marijuana and crowd him which are actually legal alternatives and in a lot of these states i mean he just basically overwriting states' rights here and in doing this giant drug wars on drugs that could actually help people with pain management and alternatives to heroin and opioids it's discussing jeff sessions insane refer madness what does areas he got home is from the kibera elf box decking whatever though so yeah are they told us about gay when you when i was a kid marijuana gateway drug do we will we found the gateway drug mature resent it's it's prescription pain relief socalled drugs and and and they lead to a fruitful they don't have to lead any religious you get infected to the painkillers and yet and a lot of people just died from that and then some of it leads to heroin in some a lot of people die from that saw him at least a pencil and a lot of people die from that and so we know what the gateway drug is but they don't wanna do anything about it because they make money off to get any billions upon billions of dollars off the gateway drug marijuana now in states where it's legalize they are starting to make money off of it all of a sudden republicans wanted men won isn't so bad right but overall there is still fighting it because the drug companies and like goddamn it there's just a plaque it's harder to make money off a plant we have to try to create some fake version of it that you could pat that's even more addictive so that they could patented have a monopoly on it killed the free market and by off these corrupt politicians finally this epidemic is so out of control the deavere republicans.

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