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"labus" Discussed on UN News
"It keeps children safe and teaches them new skills to find jobs that earn a more stable income. Cassia performs well at school and although she still works for her family she attends costs regulate thanks to the full support of her parents. Her dream is to one day. Become a teacher in heroin community Nickname could come from brian. What i want to be a teacher in the village because there's always a shortage of teachers lesson team and if there is a teacher in a village it is easy to educate children and allow them to acquire knowledge which just goes to show that fighting child. Labor through education really does benefit everyone charlotte loomis from the food and agriculture organization. There and teenage student. Chum him himse who's wise beyond years joining me now is regular guest salons beltaguy quarters for some closing thoughts. Hi solarge listening to chum himse there. I was struck by how fragile her dream is to become a teacher but also at the same time how motivated she must be to get up at five. Am to study before that long journey to school on a motorbike. I really cup tom. Himse can fulfill her dream of becoming a teacher in her community but she faces a great challenge. Just being a child. What does trump's future look like in the old man and the sea by ernest hemingway. A young body looks after the old man and will become annulled fishermen just like him unless like other young people. He goes to the city in search of better opportunities. But dan meal cities are not the answer necessarily philippa. Eckes was a strong indigenous leader in labus. Bolivia once journalist. Ask him why he wanted to run in politics. He'll reply it so that my daughter will not be you domestic worker. Gisbey were referring to a sad reality that persists today in pass i so many mothers coming from rural areas begging my great-aunt's to place their daughters as domestic workers with a france. They have only one hope that in exchange for they work they could be allowed to go to the school. These girls were between nine and twelve. They held onto the dream that if they studied they would have a future with more opportunities. If not they would be destined to remain a domestic worker. Suffering discrimination rasmin and mistreatment bear mask betim to play. Children need to be children just children unless we want armies of boats with old men like hemingway's old man and the boy that looks after him. Thank you salons for sharing your memories from bolivia a tough subject and one that has got worse. during caveat. according to the international labor organization the number of children in child labor has increased to one hundred sixty million nine million more youngsters are risk of being pushed into work by the end of next year because of the pandemic and this could rise to forty six million unless governments can step in on a more positive note. The food and agriculture organization and other un agencies are fighting child labor through education identifying the use of child labor in the economy presenting these findings to the authorities and pushing for reforms to national laws and regulations that govern children everywhere including happily small fishing organizations in cambodia. That's all we have time for. Thank you listeners. For taking an interest in what the united nations is up to. We do love hearing from you to please drop us a line. On u n geneva's facebook page twitter or instagram accounts. We hope you enjoyed the show and could join us next time. But for now dow nearly the us in those way musleh proxima.
The 'Shadow GM' Causing a Rift in Dallas
"So tim in the past week. The dallas mavericks have lost their longtime. Gm and their head coach been quashing. Rumours about their biggest star potentially leaving and their owner mark. Cuban has called reports of dysfunction quote. Total bullshit so my question for you is how are you doing man. Have you slept at all the past week. Man it has been a weird week. I think that's fair to say. But i'm finally catching up on sleep messages. Several glasses of water. You know making sure. I remember to eat all those good things but he. I think i'm finally that all caught up now. It's been a week for sure. Hydration scheming hydration is all right. Well tim you and our colleague. Sam amick recently wrote the story about the guy who seems to be at the heart of a lot of the turmoil that we've been seeing within the dallas mavericks. So i what can you tell us about harare. Labus bob vulgarities. What's his background. Yeah bob's back. On his interesting he's been a public figure since really. The beginning of the twentieth tens and to my right is the most successful. Nba better probably ever so. He said that the other day did the privacy of your own home. You said that she was someone who i think. Probably a lot of people. I interacted with them or became aware of his existence on the bill simmons. Podcasts rabbi bugera's. Favorites i did. You have just out of curiosity for mvp correct. Yeah i had a tough one before that pretty. His background is mostly details that he shared so it's his telling his own story but according to him he was a gambler starting in the late nineties mostly on the nba and he initially made money through his own
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"labus" Discussed on The Hows of Us
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"labus" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"Y'all miss labus but anyways chainsaw man so it's about this guy named dingy. Who is forced by the by the yakuza into killing devils in order to pay off his crushing debts. That i sum it up. Pretty what is crush were discretion. I know i left a little bit of detail by one or to lie host. Okay chainsaw man. Is joe so jam packed with a lot of mean say plot but just like stuff happening. But it's never felt like it's over-packed never feel like you'll be in rushed or anything. It's a very good pace. We're like the art is and it's very easy to read through I don't reread like a lot of stuff. I don't reread a lot of recent stuff. But i think i read through chance man currently three times. Y'all is there a date for when door. He'd rose it no not yet. 'cause map was working on both seasons loved yusuke. Some says as day the hoagie hetero season to just yet private than read it. Yeah it's a good read but yet chainsaw man is really fuck read it. I'm ready to read it. John to choose who cayenne. And like look at you believe you do cassen slabs. I believe in belong chance. All mad is a fucking gold mine right here and people people solari intense on mana now and it's a anime ad- adaptation right. Oh you my brain is shot. I don't i feel like. I feel like we've talked about it in my brain is shot so i felt like it is i feel like it is If so maybe not. A studio probably greenland report. It reportedly reportedly so we're not not yet. We're we're on the thought stages of it. Yeah what about you blowdrying my thing. Liz pulled up. I brought this manga card a bright story. I'm not really ready to talk about it yet. But it's very beautiful. We'll probably talk about it next week. Y'all cool there's a lot of stuff. A lot of top excited brings up. And i just wanna make sure i have all my points down before i start judging the manga right so we'll talk about that next week. We'll i did finish restores. Yeah talk about be stars for at least try not to spoil this as you can. Because i feel like law actually i. Everything is spoiled. You haven't seen path. i really do. I really feel like that because it seems like even like his grandpa like grandpa's that's what everything is spoil it. Everything is just so surprising. Like you're like really okay. Okay andrew. i'm or watch it watch. It is good. I'm gonna watch season one and them the rest of the dob so it is easier for hank. God i'm just laid. I've been in this mood where i've been very lazy and i don't wanna watch up are rather watched up. My brain is just like so many things happening now. Yeah so much is spinning around my brain. That i just wanna be lazy. I think the only thing i watch in sub right now is the slapped that i'm gonna talk about The reading us book love recognition. I had this week is called golden camera season three. Just watch annette..
"labus" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast
"K. Welcome to government palm thank you so much for having me. . I'm so excited to be here and tastes space with you I'm excited. . Let's dive in. . Let's dive in. . Tell us who these K- what's your heritage I am Mexican American first generation. . My family is from automakers go first generation. . So you were born here yet I was born in Houston Texas Houston Nice you've left in a lot of places. . Yes. . So I lived in New York New York. . was really a five year. . Plan. . which turned into an eight year adventure and after the eight year mark I was like you know what it's time to move again. . So the West Coast was calling at, , it was time to make that big jump. . So I've been jumping around coast to coast. . Now let's talk about what made you decide to go to New York. . It's so interesting because it kind of relates to what's happening now in terms of the economy recession and reading the happening. . So when I graduated graduated during the recession. . It was very difficult time to. . New in my specific industry will for everyone just graduated in trying to build their career might track was very specific in communications and advertising and being in Texas. . I was so limited to what roles rick available to me and I really needed to think about my career was a very hard decision to make need my family being the first in my family to say peace everybody. . Being. The . eldest in a female, , it was hard but I needed and I really had this desire to accomplish my dreams career. . Wise. . So really wasn't planned in my head. . I was like eventually I'm going to move to New York. . So a friend invited me to her wedding. . She was originally from Houston she moved to New York. . She met someone amazing. . She was you know having her wedding she sent me the invite and I went to the wedding and it was only supposed to be for the weekend. . So I had obviously packed lightly and then the night before my fly I was the Brooklyn Bridge with a friend and I said you know what? ? I don't think I'm going back home. . What girl your flight is like at five in the morning. . Midnight where you talking about he's like, , where are you going to stay and I was like you know what I think this is it. . I think this is my moment and I miss my fly and I called my parents that five in the morning. . So I literally woke them up my dad the phone and I could hear my mom and she was automatically like worried like who is it and why is she calling? ? So early like what's happening I was three in the morning. . It was like around two o'clock <unk>. . So they automatically you know freaked out and I told my dad, , you know he was just waking up so you could hear his yeezy could hear him like confused and he was like dusted. . And I was like, , Yeah Pa. . Did limit that. . Go Gin. . And They Like I'll figure it out I. . Think I'M GONNA. . Have a few friends that I went to college with and I'm just into a little couch surfing and that's what I did and it was the craziest thing that I had ever done in my life that no one thought that I was boy to ever do because I was always you know I was sheltered and that was my journey to new. . York was like, , okay I'm here I'm going to go through this five years just build my resume and go back to my family five years turned into eight and you know that's really how I moved to New York it was just really wanting to reach my dreams and see how much I can accomplish on my own I. Love . it after that phone call with your dad and your one suitcase. . So you bounced couch served all that stuff. So . because if people are listening there like you know I want to take off and like just do it right especially in the middle of a recession. . What was the first thing you did? ? Well to prepare for that was I created a list of all the places that I wanted to work at. . So I already had like a vision in terms of like, , okay. . Where these are the companies I'm going to fight to make sure that I was prepared in terms of like my portfolio examples I only had one internship when I. . Finished College. . So I didn't have too much like actual work to show at a lot of like comps in examples of what I could create but I had a strong portfolio might professor reviewed all of that I had resume that again, , my professors have looked at and I had that list at working list of like, , okay. . These are the companies that I'm going to hit up and. . I that's exactly what I had with me. . I didn't have a lot of money had four thousand dollars to my name and anyone who has been to New York or knows New York that's nothing. . Right while name that is not and it was you know sitting at McDonald's and eating the dollar menu the cheeseburgers in the coffees in sitting there with my notebook in my laptop my. . Old Laptop in like scratching now, , agencies that I had a I to like motivating myself every day on top of the pressure like my parents constantly calling checking in on me and wanted to know my progress was
"labus" Discussed on Café con letras
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"labus" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
"labus" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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"labus" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"His second, title, James Posey, that is his sock. By the way James Posey sock game. So strong really dress socks. I don't know. Oh, hi song. Williams types had been what are the rankings in terms of sports of just when you get down to that final minute in a big championship game? Because like when there was forty seconds, left and the raptors your blend the I'm at this bar, I have no real interest in these teams. I'm like hype in terms of really get hypertension filled. I'm just, just excitement just like wow. Like I'm looking around like this, this is right now. I don't think anything like two minutes minute drill. I was thinking the opposite. Honestly, I was thinking, like, when you have the games decided and you still have like the, you know, the heat had it one of the times that they one where they had the game in hand and then they're just two minutes lead while we're like this The person. sideline. Exactly. So, yes yesterday, the raptors had it would like ten seconds left in Kuwait. Ripped it from them. Well, they, you know, those free throws were totally unnecessary, those just wasting time the championships already been decided, and you're still there just watching the clock for another ten minutes about that two minute period. I remember that two minute period. Vividly. Joel Anthony on the bench behind Labus Superbowls like that to a lot of time Superbowls decided like way before the end of the game way before it was really weird to see Toronto. Not celebrate the title after that to the Stanley Cup two nights ago as soon as they got the third goal. This is over the whole third period was a waste of time. They weren't gonna come back from from a three goal deficit against Ethan time you got one goal deficit. Going to sell a close game close. The key is a two goal deficit. Right. Roy. It's. It's. The most dangerously which is not the case, I was telling my dad that and then he went up, and he look all these statues, like it's actually not a one gold. They people teams overcome a one goal deficit eighty percent of the time as opposed to thirty percent of the time..
"labus" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"labus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I'm Harris Allen Labus to Tiro in the air to deep. Right back Garcia. Is. Like that. Tyrod Scott homers there, right, Tyrone. It's Cairo Yankee stack. Four one lead. The continue to not miss a beat despite injuries to their top players. John sterling with the call here on the fan. Tireless drought is home. The first of four Yankees runs at the top of the ninth inning GIO. Or shell added. A big two run. Double the beat the rays seventy-one making it to three down in Saint Pete. The bombers broke a scoreless tie the fifth on RBI hits from Mike talk men and DJ la- Mayhew Masahiro Tanaka strong seven innings of one run ball for the w Blake's. Now, the tough luck loser. Struck out twelve over five or two thirds to have bays lead on the statue a half a game. It'll be the Yankees hosting the Orioles tonight coverage on the fan underway at five fifty five. Aaron Hicks expected to return from his injured back the Mets home game against the Marlins yesterday called off due to rain they'll make that up as part of a single admission doubleheader on August fifth. The Mets have today off they'll be at. The nationals tomorrow night on the scoreboard interleague Phillies. Six to one over the royals National League Braves five diamond backs. Three dodgers plankton national six to nothing. Cory Seager grand slam. Hyun Jin Ryu won his fifth lost. His no hip bid with one out in the eighth cubs. Last night knocked off the brewers four to one. It was the pirates ten cardinal six. Giants edged the red six to five of the Rockies. Absolutely. The Padres tend to seven American League Red Sox all over the Mariners eleven to two for three games. Sweep Boston within three of the first place raise. Now White Sox. Dump the Blue Jays five to one. The Orioles five two one winners over the angels, Indians take care of the as five to three..
"labus" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Gets show your smack dab in the middle of it from the hot stove society here in downtown Seattle. You know last week I alluded or a while ago looted toward the sadness of that you feel sometimes when your favorite restaurant goes out of business, and I'm not just saying this as a restaurant or because of their my hobby there, my passion in or out of my own restaurant. I go to restaurants all over the world. I look forward to plan on the ones that want to get to. It's our great joy. It's actually part of the reason why I think all of us probably choose where we go to travel is purely based on some restaurants or some cuisines that were just really wanting to try. Yeah. Yeah. I'm sure Vietnam is beautiful. But I'd rather eat the food. I'm just looking for that good. I went to Vietnam it was beautiful. But men the food was delicious. Yesterday. I went out for lunch with my wife a little update on Monday date lunch. And we went to suck. Yeah. There's some shop down in the ID. And you know, it's just a I don't know what I'd do if I could just wasn't there. When I wanted it to be. Right. And it's been there for a very long time. And I love that the next generation is taking the day. And it was snowing actually when they were closing that was like, what do they close? So my place that I've missed one goes way back when Jackie and I were dating thirty seven thirty eight years ago, we used to date at Labus Nick, which was down on first avenue. It's right across from the Virginia in that space down there, and it was just our place. It was very uptown actually somewhat expensive in the back dining room in the front. They had the cafe menu. Which is where we sat and I had the roast pork, and she had the roast duck, and we had the little sauerkraut soup, and then, you know, all those little things, but every time we went we knew what we were having before we walked in the front door. And then when Peter decided to retire, Peter and Susan who owned the booze, Nick. You know, they had their typical kind of going out. I think it was six weeks or something like that. And then the last if I remember, right? The last New Year's Eve was the last dinner we went for that. And it was super fun. And I missed it to this day. But the one that just happened to me was Veras in Ballard, which is where I took my daughter on little a daddy daughter breakfasts is so many many many times over her twenty nine years, and we heard it was closing months and months ago. So we went a few times to kind of say goodbye, but it actually did close the beginning of December. But I think part of what you're saying with both Labus Nick and Veras in this particular case is that you have a lot of personal memories in these restaurants. They become extensions of even your home. Sometimes when you don't have the time to cook. Or your new parents, or, you know, the the multitude of things that get in the way of you making dinner at home or because you have a special occasion. And so when those restaurants go away, it's it's really sad. Yeah. And if you look at the two different ones. Booze Nick and Veras. I mean, liberal has been gone for fifteen twenty years, and I still have those thoughts about it. Right. I wrote a chapter in my book about it. But. Two very different one super highly esteem known for its food known for its famous creator, blah, blah, blah and Veras just your classic neighborhood. Right. So. It isn't about stars. It's all about that human connection that you make over the multiple times that you do you have any favorites? Like that. Oh my gosh. I still more in the loss of Sieg Arden in the international Disney when my family, I moved from California into Washington. It was like the big hunt for good Chinese food. You know, there's just a plethora in southern California. So coming up here. It was like, oh where did we find? It went to the international district and see garden was the place where we had all of our big family dinners. We ordered so much food when we would go there that the service would often say, you know, this is a lot of food. And we'd be like, yes, we know. We're ordering a lot of food five very tiny Japanese people at the lazy Susan getting just everything all the seafood and the black beans and the clams and and the hot pots, and that is one restaurant that I still miss to this day. They unfortunately, suffered a fire in that building. And it's. I walked past it not that long ago. It's still vacant and construction at least isn't we know at least at least. It was it had insurance issues for quite a few years. But now it's under construction and not far from being finished. Now whether garden is going back into not I have no idea that would be my dream, come true. I would really really welcome that. But you have no expectations at this point. Because it's been gone for such a long time. Yeah. Right around the corner, there is tongue. So I happen to to where I'd hang out at the counter. Right. 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"labus" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
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"labus" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Whom I wanna ask you about. Keith Thurman, of course, he hasn't fit bought in like two years, right? Two years two years or layoff is he Delopez who's gonna fight against look, I know that he's a WBA welterweight champion, but but two years of rust of being in the ring, and I know you can Spar how much do you think that affects them in this fight? Well, it's going to them a lot. It's got to because he's a first of all his style fighting like me, I was a pressure fighter. So if I came out lungs, I was off as nine months, and it affected me is going to take a couple of hours from to get reacclimated to the ring if it was a boxer like a Ray, Leonard type, you could you could do that. But this guy is these two punches right from the jump from most seat to Lopez opponent. I jump on right? From the get is that his style hose. Eat the Labus hosted a little is the pressure fighter. But you had jump on them quick Keith room and likes to move around. You know, set the pace that is to control center ring, create distance like said Jose Lopez out to do that. We saw many pack. Yeah. The only guy that agent thought that. Jim Brunner one with age Boehner, right? Like somebody like age. No, no, some watching pacman mush them fight. And I'm thinking, we're gonna get me whether pack y'all again, aren't we we're we're gonna are we going to get it again. Why because people are going to buy it's going to make a lot of what crush treat to see that fight. I wouldn't what crush treats city-fied. I have no interest in it. It it it it was it was a stinker the first time and. When you stink debt baddeck. I can't get no worse. So it's got to be better. But I know business wise. Yeah. For millions watched the first time if you get a million people to watch this time, it's a success. But it means nothing to the boxing game. It means nothing, sir. I done this. I've done this radio. I've done this radio thing for over fifteen years, and sometimes it's just treat. I'll say who's the heavyweight champion the world, right? And people people know that that's really what's changed in boxes. Right. Because the because the fighters are better, there's still grit in the in the in the lighter belt. There's incredible incredible fights. But the heavyweight champion used to be what we would all our parents would Finally I by the fight because it's the heavyweight right is is wild or that guy's deonte while because he's a great athlete, and he's so big and long and angular is he that guy that we've been waiting for. Well, I like them I like them because this is a sighting is that big tall guy who throws punches. You know, he comes out. She punches from all angles is exciting for me. I enjoy watching a Johnson, Walter. Yes. But it's funny. You say that because people often. Say to me. Where's the next? Great American heavyweight. Yeah. I said he's probably playing an MBA people send me up, but the great Knicks white heavyweight. I said he's in the NFL because a good athlete, and you most of these guys are great athletes. Why wouldn't you be in a team sport where you guaranteed contracts, and you know, when you got? Security, and you got unions and all that stuff. So when you retire you have a pension all this stuff. So that's what we don't see the best athletes anymore, but the they are but the fighters to good to do good. They are better athletes didn't once word, but they're not better fighters. I've I've long believed, and this is just a a non fighters belief that may weather. Mayweather's really, really cutting. Really, isn't that the last five or six years, maybe seven or eight years?.
"labus" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Mayor Vandevelde WGN traffic central live up to you know, the WGN Chicago weather center forecast meteorologist, Tim McGill is in the weather center watching some approaching weather, Tim. That's right, winter weather advisory goes into effect for most of. Us at noon last until midnight now areas north of the city lake and McHenry county. Lastly actually lasts until noon tomorrow, you're expecting a little bit more startling grew up that way, and the winter weather advisory starts a little bit earlier south west ac- expires little bit earlier. But the main story to have this. This is going to be kind of messy out there for the afternoon evening commute for sure Connie skies today, not as cold yesterday. But blustery eventually make it up to thirty four. But not probably later on this evening. We're going to see a combination of rain freezing. Rain, sleet and snow develop late morning towards mid day today as going to be coming down during the evening commute. Looks like the snow fall. Heaviest across northern north west servers that includes lake McHenry county may be two to five inches of snow in total between later on today. Tonight early tomorrow the city itself, maybe an inch or to a lesser mass as you head further south so that light mixed continues. Overnight tonight, dander on seven could still Labus leader smell linger early tomorrow morning, then mostly cloudy. Blustery colder a twenty eight in the morning, but falling into the low twenty s Thursday, mostly cloudy snow possible. Eight twenty one little lights possible late Friday five for the. Hi, just five after morning. Low five blow Saturday mostly cloudy with a chance of snow in fourteen. I'm Tim McGill from the WGN weather center. It's twenty right now in Chicago. The wind chill is seven. And I'm Steve Grzanich. WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN, ladies.
"labus" Discussed on WTVN
"Of events going on reactions to the planet. Were you look at rudimentary, cosmology, and creation and destruction. It all seems to be part of the process. We look at the Schuman residents and how it sped up. And of course, there's always been the idea that there is a rogue comet asteroid or some other anomaly that would basically change the planet. Basically knock it over literally have it rollover, and it'd be a new normal. And of course, there are the vigilant that believe that our planet is responding to the incoming rival planet x hour before planet x there was an ancient theory of a red planet called her coal Labus, and it would come from behind the sun. It just before it passed over the earth. There would be indicators or indications. The polls shift was about to begin her Labus is a planet so called by the sages of antiquity is a gigantic word five or six times. They actually a gigantic planet five or six times bigger than Jupiter. The her call Labus event is talked about mostly in the southern hemisphere, while planet x Nibiru seems to be talked about in the northernmost reaches the planet accounts, actually seem to describe the same rogue planet that it's supposed to trigger seismic events, and of course, caused the polls to flip these stories of planetary catastro-. Have had an impact on pop culture as large volunteer drew inspiration from new bureau for his twenty eleven apocalyptic film, melancholy a-, and then of course, the planet. Nibiru made a cameo appearance in the two thousand thirteen film Star Trek into darkness. So I was told that planet nine leased would be confirmed as a planet with a wide orbit celestial body, basically responsible for this poll on earth. Planet nine wasn't even announced in two thousand eighteen is they said it was what's the problem Marshall? What's the problem with the announcement of planet nine at least? I mean, they they say it's their they have reason to think it's there. Nasa says we'll tell you when planet nine comes around. What do what do you have to say about planet nine? Planet nine is a sigh up, you think? So no, I know so followed the story we reported it. There were a couple of astronomers down in Chile who observed what they felt could be a very large rocky planet several times the size of earth and an old Brown dwarf that had gone cold and a published a white paper put it out into the community and said guys get your scopes out here on this part of space. And let's see if this is not a one trick pony. And what happened was Cal tech led the charge to humiliate these people? I mean, what they did to them was no different than what they did to call cavenaugh in the hearings. It was a total slime oh fest and they were forced to retract their paper. And it was the pla- Pluto killer. What's his name slips me a little bit? Now. And this is the guy that came out with this. I think what they did was somebody did a graduate paper. They dusted it off. They threw it out there because they forced these other guys to pull their findings would they did beautiful science to beautiful science. They probably were crucified told they'd lose their funding and all kinds of other stuff that happens like Jia dozen happen in this world like what we're seeing. And what do they do? They pulled it in so outcomes planet nine 'cause they have to fill the void with spin planet. Nine is bull. It's a sorry up by the elites, and it was the guy who really led the attack was bazo with his Washington Post slime mold rag, and they're the ones they went to. None of the actual reporters. There. That we're doing actually reporting wouldn't touch it. They had a ghost get some gal who does like Sunday food supplements. I call her bagel, babe. She didn't know anything about science. She comes out. They do a smear job on these guys down in Chile. And then for added measure, they did a smear job on CLYDE Tombaugh discovered. Pluto, Colin him, a hick and calling Percival Lola founded the Lowell observatory an idiot now Percival lull was a wealthy boss. Tony allen. He was the guy that invented the term planet x planet. X does it mean planet ten or any of these other countered on your fingers stupid ideas that are somewhat secretly retarded planet? X simply means it's an object. You know, exists by Bert you the manner in which it perturbs a known object. So you don't have to see to know it's there, and that was the whole thing of planet x so Percival Lowell and he took he picked up the colors and went forward with the charge before him where astronomers in Europe. And they were looking for what they called Neptune's perturb over which he called planet X, which is such an says Nibiru, according to the translations of the Samaritan techs, and then we have her Columbus, which is the title for it used by Carlos Harada. I mean, I can go on and on and on. But if you think planet x is real go roll adobe, and you'll you'll have a better time, you mean planet nine or planning nine. Yeah. I'm sorry. Well, planet x we could roll a w we don't want to see this thing. I've seen it. I've seen it. I mean, it was like, my gut sagged. Well, I mean, it it would make me feel a little weird to if I saw it as well. And I would say that you know, I it just it just seems to be like this tug of war and one day. We will definitely know that something's up. Something is the great perturb Neptune's perturb earth. Preserver they could be happening. That's happening now. Now that you know, I've had a number of people send me pictures. They say they've seen it or they've seen it come up on on film. You've seen it in the south pole. You know, and I keep saying to myself. Well, then the earth would be in peril. It was even seen by anyone as far away because of the effect. It would have on the planet. And then I see that, you know, the magnetic field is is weakening. I see the magnetic field is pushing itself further south. I was always told that there would be a pole Shifter's. It would affect the polls of planet. X was there? Panic eruptions would happen. We'd have a number of very violent volcanic eruptions, the planet x was in the picture number of seismic activity, a lot of seismic activity happening. So I mean, we're seeing these increase we're seeing people seeing planet x, you know, as far as the say that, you know, maybe there is something out there. You said you seen it? But maybe there is something out there. I mean. What else besides maybe some of the things we're doing to the planet with creates such a a chaotic catastrophic eras, which we're in now, I mean we've seen catastrophic errors over history. But once again, we don't have proof as to how you know, the the magnetic field would have shifted. We don't have proven. How would affect how it affected human civilizations? We just don't know. Oh, no. We have a lot of accounts. The ancient Egyptians wrote about it. They said that when we see it mental become impotent women will become infertile considered thirty six hundred lunar years ago. You didn't live much past thirty. Okay. So that was mostly teenagers. What do you know scares the sex out of a teenager? I don't know what. Yes. Something in the sky that says, you know, clear out the guest bedroom death is coming for a long. Visit right. It's either that or a fortnight sex out of any teenager. Marshall masters with on ground zero where to go to the calls right now. Let's go to John in North Carolina. Hi, John, you're on ground zero. Good evening, quiet. Find your show using a pole shift. That's all she'll on thirty years ago. And that really had an effect on me. I studied biblical prophecy for thirty five years and when I saw. In the scripture decides in the north and scripts talks about loose for being. Red dragon and so forth and Isaiah fourteen false fears, and he's just thrown in the sides in the north and I've the scripture to look for. Exactly where the sides north was. And I found that in psalms forty eight births too beautiful for situation is Mount Zion inside the north. So I went to globe and start tracking the poll as it start shifting when I first saw sh. Shipping and saw it on the news. And if it keeps on us courses it's on his should rest right over Jerusalem Mount Zion amount of olives for would rain for short period and decaf down the hill. And. Things that sets the stage for all the rest of the prophetic events to happen. Are you speaking on a metaphorically speaking as if you know, all these are real people when Lucifer itself was a falling star spoken of as a falling star star of the moon morning. And then, of course, the devil Satan was then derived from that. So I mean, are are you speaking metaphorically as if Lucifer the falling star like wormwood, or as we see the dragon talked about in the book revelation. I mean, are you looking at metaphorically or or a physical being I think is going to be a little bit of everything. I think I think it's all going to accompany. Just absolutely catastrophic catastrophic event. So he got super blessed thing. Oh, yeah. We got a super blood moon coming, but you're using these terms like Lucifer, and all these other terms, I find it interesting you're using Lucifer because Lucifer for of course, was the following the fallen star. We're looking at a if we're looking for a depiction of a flying planet falling star. The same principles of her Columbus and others pollen. Avidan, you know, these are all destroyer names and all destroyers.
"labus" Discussed on KTOK
"Seven hundred what is happening to the planet. Ton of things are going on. And a lot of people are wondering. What's what what's going on with the magnetic field in two thousand fourteen it was reported, spike? The Schuman residents from the stable seven point eight three hurts to around fifteen to twenty five hurts. In early two thousand seventeen. However, the Schuman residents was reported to have reached thirty six plus hurts levels. That's quite a big deal. Especially to those who have not heard the residents is what it is is named after Shuman wwl Schuman's, professor the term used to describe the measurement of electromagnetic waves in the space between the surface of the earth, and the ion is fear and for a very long time. Human residents has been at seven point eight three hurts with slight variations, and you take a look at what the ancient Indian Rishi referred to a seven point eight three is the Alm and they said that's the idling of the engine. That's the heartbeat of the planet. The heartbeat is speeding up. So is this an indication that the earth is preparing for a natural event some celestial event something that in the historical record is been seen before both geological and archaeological. I mean, there are plenty of there's plenty of hard evidence of periodic planetary catastrophe. Our planet earth is in fact, experienced global and landmass rearrangements of the closing areas of conclusions about picks. Since the beginning of time. And here we are now again at this point is they're telling us the magnetic field is moving quickly moving south. There may be a flip. And a lot of other crazy things Marshall masters with us tonight on ground zero. We've been talking about how this year maybe the year of a lot of tumultuous earth activity, including the tar is bringing with it some tune Guscott type event that could happen again. Maybe not there was a lot of activity that happened in one thousand nine seventy five we've talked about the possibility that we're seeing sweepers from planet X or something coming through. We've heard about last year we heard about the goblin planet. We heard about Volkan people talked about nemesis. And again, there are still those who are holding out for planet x and Marshall back on ground zero. You know, I I would always say, and it's like I think back in the time. I've known you for a long time, we talked about planet x and we kind of about it. Then we kind of take it seriously. We laugh about it. We take it seriously. But again, you know, I remember you and several other people. Over time had said that we would start seeing some major volcanic activity. We'd be seeing major earthquake activity strange sky signs and magnetic field fluctuations if and when planet x would be getting near to us, even though many people claim, they see it, you know, which if they did we'd probably be dead by now, but it's out there somewhere. And and I'm wondering, so what seems to be the science. Why did they lead us with the cosmic carrot and only dash our dreams by saying? Well, we haven't found it yet. Well, first off, CLYDE, I did see it. I saw up in warden Washington on September ninth of this year with an observer who is various student. She works with me on other projects. And now all these years have been talking about it, never doubted it, but it was always kind of clinical at an arm's length when you see it. Oh, it pees in your Cheerios. Let's put it that way. It was the worst day of my life because I knew I was looking at death coming and. Is it a is it already impacting our earth and causing it? And what's the cause of all of this? That you're talking about. Well. The actual causalities. I don't know. If we have a lot of ideas, but it's really kind of hard to be down in the core. You know, you gotta have SPF ninety eight thousand, you know, get through that. But. Chem trails. Absolute absolute proof that everything is being caused by an increasingly brighter sun. That's the absolute proof because what are they doing with the aluminum, they're reflecting photons back out into space in the photons are carrying the radiation that they don't want striking the lithosphere. And there you go. Well, our they the the the nomenclature now, and I try to get I'm trying to get people to use the new nomenclature that the government approves is stratospheric aerosol injections. Have you heard that have you heard? That's the new term the government now as they're giving the go-ahead for the new experiments with quote Chem trails. They're not calling them Chem trails anymore. They're calling. They're calling the stratospheric aerosol injections. So when you look up in the sky, if you say stratospheric aerosol injection, somebody will raise their eyebrows, go. What's that? If you say just a conspiracy theorist, but yeah. Stratospheric aerosol injections or the new terms. It was said by John Brennan, CIA counseling foreign relations. Those at Harvard or doing experiments with it, and they're actually going to say that they can keep one up there in the in in the upper stratosphere for about eighteen months. So I mean, I see what they're doing and how they spray they spray people see him all the time. We see him in our area. They do the checkerboard patterns. They like to be up win. So they can spray and the prevailing winds at altitude. We'll carry it. They like spring heavily over volcanoes, particularly Yellowstone because Yellowstone has a vortex that rises up in it, actually when they spray over when I was at Yellowstone. I watched him spraying. It was the most stunning thing, CLYDE, I watched. It was totally solid overcast with clouds, and then it split, and it literally were huge Bank to one side, a huge Bank to the other side. And there was this straight shot a blue sky in between and I'm looking at the blue sky just as a four engine commercial jet comes in dives down into. To it leveled off and sprayed it shut. Wow. I saw that with my own eyes. Well, all right. And you see the the experimentation that China is doing over Siberia with the cloud that blocked out the sun for three hours. They talked about how they were responsible for that oily cloud because it was a it was a way to harness the sun's energy and use it to manipulate the weather, and I'm like thinking, you know, what are they doing to the planet? I mean, a geo engineering the planet could cost some of this as well. And I think that between all of the things we're doing from. You know, you look at Fukushima what it's doing to the planet. You look at what what Sern the large Hadron collider is doing to the planet with the court canons that basically huge magnets that are under the earth that could cause the core to fluctuate a bit. You see what's going on with the like like what's in space? Now, what we see on a cosmological level. I don't think anybody even thinks about cosmetology, and what it means for the fate of the planet. It means that the planet is going to prepare itself for something coming and the only thing I can determine is that was writing my monologue tonight. The only thing I determined. Would it be something like planet x or some asteroid bid may be coming in and that we're responding to an electromagnetic -ly? Absolutely. In your article, you mentioned her bus. Yes. Ralitsa her. Columbus is actually the term that was used by the Atlantans to describe what we call planet x Nibiru. Red dragon destroyer nemesis, whatever you wanna call it. There's a lot of evidence out there. And then people just call it, whatever they call it. You look in the Colbourne bible, which has brilliant accounts of the Egyptians of the fly by that occurred during exodus they called it the destroyer so do the Hebrews they call it the destroyer and in in the Colbourne our man on the street interview quality descriptions of what is happening when this thing comes through. And it is we're talking about. And when we say thirty six hundred years remember, this is lunar years not Gregorian years thirty six hundred thirty. Six hundred lunar years when you do lunar years the math works when you do Gregorian calendar, which we're on it doesn't because our calendars and abomination right? All right. But the it's going to this things coming up from the south. It's we're in a counter rotating situation where it's moving on to access the mini cost elation system with nemesis at its core is going horizontally on that horizontal axis going around about three hundred sixty days to go around the sun, but about thirty six hundred lunar years floor its vertical, which is it's probably about thirty degrees. Tilted to the clip tick. Right. And it takes a long time. And it's spins virtually most of its time in the southern skies where it doesn't present any problem for us whatsoever. It's in the northern sky. And we're seeing it I have put up a video in December. That was an out altitude observation. From a couple of fellas that were flying in Russia, and they did a brilliant job on it. Right. I published it with a detailed analysis, and it was extremely it's the voting on. I think last time I look one hundred fifty nine up six down. That's good video. I never I never realized that her abyss was referred to as the red dragon. I knew is the red planet, but the idea of her cold was being the red dragon sends me flying because of all the dragon metaphors that are being used now in space. We have the dragon crew with SpaceX we have. Which of course is an ancient. Description of the outer most reaches of the northern parts of the earth where they say, the dragons dwell and the idea that you have ultimate the or beyond the area where the dragons dwell where we're going out bear the idea of the dragon in the bible being part of the war in heaven. We have the metaphors of the Phoenix, which of course, is more or less a bird, but it's a bird that comes from fire, and it flies in it. It has been represented at times like a dragon a bird like dragon. And now you're calling her her call Labus is the red dragon as well. I think that amazing things can be can actually be interpreted metaphorically about the the rise of the dragon of the Orion nebula. They just add the Orion dragon that they found and they did three D imaging on. So there's so many things going on that I would say point to some sort of a arrival of what could be known as the celestial dragon. Yes. And actually, here's an interesting bit of history. We knew about her coal abyss before we actually knew about planet x or Nibiru. And here's the reason why there was a an astronomer from Chile Carlos Muna's Faratah, an amazing man, an amazing man, and he talked about he said that there was in this steeply inclined thirty six hundred year annual lunar year orbit. And he said it was the a black star and a large rocky planet several times the size of earth.
"labus" Discussed on Food for Thought
"So it's wonderful to catch her at a time when she's here at home with us today. Hallows zana. I'm so excited to be hit. I'm so excited. I actually go here. I mean in terms of a lifestyle that means you're rarely actually in your home country. You're definitely not one of the moment. Yeah. I'm I think I'm in the country for five days this month, which is shocking like actually, I just wish time a little bit more. Sometimes I mean, you grew up in Yorkshire from Yorkshire to London. It's quite a quite change in that in itself, you kind of in search of a Korean fitness from what I've gathered, and how do you think over the years, your relationship and food is evolve firm back when I was in Yorkshire to now. I mean, it's changed massively. I've always focused on like home made food. My mom was like a meet until you've add shepherd's pie. I made lasagna. Yes. Knock ball. Everything was from scratch when everybody bought anything packaged. So that was instilled in me young age. They wanna went university. I did have no idea how to cook. And definitely fell back ready meals for like the first year. Yeah. I did has been instilled in me to focus on whole foods and homemade food. But my my journey has changed massively for a while. I was back there. And like if you guys don't now, I am late plump base now. So that was a massive transition which has happened over the course of the past few years and also back then I believed in more like a diet culture approach to food, and I used to think that if you want to lose weight, you just didn't eat Anita Baffoni gall. Everyone was brainwashed. That every time like most not low, carb lowing fun. I was when I believe by them. But that's because that's why he believed when I was just an educated. So it was ignorance was bliss. Now that was that was what I all. I knew say what I need to make sense when you say because that's such a huge transition. Because obviously you've you're an author. You know, your first book, strong, you're meaty back. Then what was the catalyst moment that kind of get it was they wanna was gradual. It wasn't where you are. A single moment. I have had a very slow transitional journey to becoming plump base. So I kind of feel like for me work to think if I ever not would have gone back on myself. So the meeting slowly and doing it in a way while I was listening to my body as I went and learning how to cook plant based meals as I went along. I if I had gone every night it just works with some people. But if I don't even I wouldn't have known owners to cook. I mean, Sarah. I'm like, yeah. Summon every meal? Yes. Like what my protein sources were. And how to eat this way in terms of like particular moment, I watch his documentary called Kaos Baresi is actually my second time watching it. If you times, I remember that. Yeah. So I watched I watched all the like vegan documentaries university. But I was in a head space. So I was very closed minded back. Then like, I was very a kind of like focussed on myself. Maybe you might say Labus off absorbed. Like, I was I actually think we need to go easy on our selves because. Yeah, we should all be more self absorbed. I think than we are. Yeah. Maybe I'd say, you know yourself. Then I was very like one mind me and my journey. Yeah. I watch documentaries. And I was like now I'm not going into that like since. And then I we watched mafias later. God knows why. But I did I we watched Kaas Busey unaccountable other ones I watched anyway, take one as well. Yeah. But that was like that was like six months later. So cows Busey was the one that after that. I said, oh, I'm going to stop eating red meat. And I remember making this YouTube video and saying I'm gonna I'm gonna stop eating red meat for the planet because of this. And I even said in the video, don't worry. I'm not going to go. Italian. Look at me. No. Then then I kind of went on this journey of souls ethical meat. But then I personally couldn't find meat which I believe it was Africa. Yeah. So now, it's like, I'm not gonna eat me. Okay. Veggie?.