17 Burst results for "Lenin Stalin"
"lenin stalin" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF
"You don't need to do it that way. Because the mind map offers other pathways of this mess and so again taking it to the global level if we have a bunch of liters whether they call themselves. Communists capitalists or democrats republicans. The message is the same if it's a corrupt system it doesn't matter so much. The system. what matters is the corruption within the system in that system will absolutely fall she So so. I wanna make that connection. Mental health is a parallel to Mental unhealth will lead to unethical behavior. Mental health will lead to strong ethics. Okay so she alludes to Let's see there was a really great example here. Oh she talked about critical mass. And i talk a lot about critical mass. Also that when you've got a system where there's just more good in it than the darkness than in think of a balancing scale. The critical mass has a chance to correct itself. But if there's just too much if there's too much abuse then We we're more likely to be at the effect rather than to be the cause So critical mass is critical and she talks about people inside a system. Let's say there are a few people with an assistant who are not ethical while if if they're just a few of them than May maybe it won't unbalanced the system but if there's a critical mass large Maturity of the people who are acting unethically it will absolutely unbalanced system so she says that the system will fail. Ron within and in not other people on the planet are not ethical as well then Those systems will be conquered from the outside by a forest. And you could see it all over the globe. You could see it politically History has records of of systems that have collapsed from within and History has records of of systems that have collapsed outside forces She talks about russia after the bolshevik revolution. Both lenin stalin allow top party officials to live Largess of the proletariate so here we had a communist system but it wasn't quite communistic because nearly the marxist equation didn't really apply to the people on top so although in an ideal world they meant to be a system of sharing equality and so on the leaders were unethical and they were taking cream off the taw and left very little to the people. The more unethical and restricted. The system is the picker that system will fall and it's the same with family system so let's go back to the family system and if there's anybody who wants to call in please do i love talking to my audience said look to hear hear from you. I do have another question. Okay and please feel free to call in all answer. The questions in the shatt chat room but do feel free to call in. And what is the question these it says. How do we forgive. Apparent about abandonment. I'm forty and i can't seem to forgive my father. Even after all this time i tend to avoid conversations and get anxious when i talked to him. Okay so i think. A lot of therapies. Lean heavily on forgive. Forgive forgive and i'm i'm more. A fan of forgiveness is urged. Okay slow on i say. Do not lame yourself for not forgiving your father. This is a tragedy that did you say father sack correct. Yes so okay. So is supposed to be the protector of the family. And.
"lenin stalin" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"As buff as-as bilo bilo is forever ice bilo. Hang on forever. He says went to you sell he never selves. I on bitcoin. I'm never selling real estate. I never sell. I own businesses. I never sell because if you sell your tax consequence of course jon. I mean that's macro-financial education and so the people that got hammered at our exactly as you said there were the the formal fair missing out the jump in thank goes up and get rich. Yeah and here's the crazy part right. Is that if you have short term kinda thought process if you're trying to optimize for getting rich quick if you aren't intelligent risk management all that stuff then you become a panic seller when the price drops and that's exactly what we just saw right was people who were using leverage. They were trying to get rich quick. Whatever when price drops aggressively they become the panic sellers and the difference between this market and the traditional stock market is there's no circuit breakers. There is no hours of operation. There's no there's no. There's no friday at four. Pm everyone goes home old. We'll come back to play the game on monday. It's twenty four seven three sixty five. There's no plunge protection team right. That's going to step in him by the market. And so what you get. Is you get high degrees of all totally. But i always joke the people who are yelling and screaming about the volatility but usually the anti bitcoin crop they never seemed to bring up the volatility on days like today when bitcoins up sixteen percent in the last twenty four hours. Bad news for me has been you bring up when the price goes down right but we have to remember. Volatility works both ways works on the way up and it works on the way down. Volatility is only bad when it goes against you severe short and the price goes up. That's bad news. If you're long in the price goes down that's bad news but i think that ultimately what we're seeing is that bitcoin is especially the ones who really spent the time learning about this. They want the price to go down rate so they can buy more of. It was so different cycles portland arizona. Real estate market crashed stimulating. Gonna move to arizona and people are moving out and like i would never back use eleven california but the reason i never move their taxes because they tax worldwide income. You know if you if you are. Let's say a schoolteacher in california. It doesn't affect you. But if you're a global entrepreneur california affects you and that's why it's called macro financial education and most guys are just being in the ocean trying to figure out how to get rich quick. So i mean. I'm very very optimistic about bitcoin. You know because of the blockchain technology the lack of manipulation but the the muslim forces i own gold and silver can't mess with it. I don't own gold and silver atf's because there's no gold silver there. Yeah i i think the big thing about what we're seeing in these markets is everyone always talks about. There's some new technology some new coin. There's some new thing that y- is more innovative as faster. Cheaper is whatever they want to have a technological argument but what you just described is bitcoin core value proposition. It is decentralized it's outside the system and nobody controls it nobody can create more of it and that is the number one value proposition. That i think people are seeking right now. Is there watching central banks around the world. Print trillions of dollars. They're watching authoritarian regimes around the world. Become more and more overreaching increased financial surveillance and kinda just do bad things and with the looking for they're looking for an asset but even so much about quote unquote getting rich. It's actually about protecting the wealth that you already have. It's how do. I prevent my walls from being degraded away by central banks printing all that money or from authoritarian regimes trying to actually confiscate it from and bitcoin is the ultimate solution correct while it was ultimate. But it's a solution. But i think the biggest thing that you say that i think was right over. The head of most people have both served military. I went to military school. I studied marx. Lenin stalin until guys when you use the word decentralized. I got really happy because centralized means communist and you say centralize central banks that's communism and janet yellen went from the central bank to the treasury. That was super communism because they now control the monetary system. And the reason. You guys are you guys all of us now. Who are into the crypto where peeing into the ocean. That's controlled by a bunch of communists. Janet yellen and this guy powell and the wall street i sit down. I don't wanna play their games. I mean you. Can you know if i had bought amazon be rich. I just don't want to play their game just like you know i don't. I don't buy cigarettes stocks because my father died of cancer smoked every day person. Buy some cigarettes toss now. I don't touch stocks anyway. I don't touch goldie because they're fake. There's nothing there. there's no silver. There's no silver in the silver. Atf's with those going to be this crash so big in that market. And that's what the record crowd prove when the detroit too short squeezed you know game. Stop in silver. But the guys don't understand the game and that's what you're explaining is went. It's de centralized you're peeing in the ocean controlled by the fed. I love and look. I also think that there's this element of ask people start to understand decentralisation centralization this team is going to continue over the next decade or so right when you look at things like the content of platforms when you look at things like the media when you look at things like financial markets when you look at all sorts of aspects of our life. Everything is centralized right. if you're remedy. The united states of america was decentralized. At one point there were fifty states and who's fifty states had state governments and there was competition among the state governments in order to provide the best environment for not only citizens but also entrepreneurs investors etc. But anti. that's what made us republic was decentralized of course so that's why we got with me take a break but i want you guys look at the macro look at the macro what our guys like anthony and all the rest of the bitcoin is doing their anti communists. Centralized and if you're pro-communist vote for biden. Future president and nancy pelosi they're communist. They want their totalitarians. They want to tell you what to eat. Smoke.
"lenin stalin" Discussed on Museum Archipelago
"Yet fail to engage with what is really at stake, namely identifying acknowledging and removing endemic structural problems of racism in repair to form a suggestion. By more than a few people is museums wind up? The statues of problematic people in museums is the bottom of the harbour, really the right place for Statue of Colston. Of course, these questions tend to ignore that the bottom of the ocean is the final resting place for hundreds of actual. Thrown overboard from Colston's chips because they were deemed a poor investment for Colston's company on the Zeke Appel go. We've investigated what various Eastern European countries are doing with old statues of dictators like Lenin and Stalin. Monica, notice interviewed on episode. Five of this show describes how her family's native Lithuania removed. It's ubiquitous Soviet statues from city squares all across the country. The removals were events that helped build the young nation, but once the statues were removed from their original locations. No one knew quite what to do with them. Many of them ended up at something called Curtis Park a kind of half theme park that includes a massive statue garden. The statues are presented simply and somewhat randomly each has a little description of the city and square where the statue used to stand many Lithuanians and the Lithuanian government have criticized the uncritical approach to the parks laughed. Visitors are free to do whatever they want. I guess like once you got into the actual dash you. It's Kinda funny because you can do whatever you want. So like planning on top of London installing, picking their nose Tottenham on the head. Doing whatever you want but I like to think that I have some sort of connection. Some sort of understanding that spews images might have been both sterry inspirational different times. Somebody's life for me. They've always been images. That were bad like no like I. Feel like throwing I always do that. Lenin Stalin phase like these are the faces of terror that drove my grandparents out of. Yeah but. Interact with them on this like humorous level is really interesting. The situation at Bulgaria's Museum of Socialist Art in Sofia is somewhat similar. The outdoor sculpture garden is littered with statues. Commemorating Soviet power placed wherever there's room I visited many times, and I'm never quite sure how to react. There's a lot of power in deliberately taking these statues out of the context they were made for what once may have been in imposing statue, underscoring who's in charge in the public square is now just two key, leading impotently outer Rosebush in Eastern Europe the statues of. Of Lenin and Stalin and others were erected during the communist times and were swiftly removed when the system fell in the West statues erected more than one hundred years ago. Still stand without context Washington's next. Because the money he made from owning working in selling people isn't a footnote. It's the reason he was the first president. Even at the museums of Bristol Website Colston is identified as a revered philanthropist slash reviled slave trader in that order. As if the money he gave away to the city of Bristol wasn't violently extracted from the people he enslaved. It's not a sufficient answer to simply put these statues in the museum I. Don't know if there's enough museum space for all the confederate monuments in the American south or enough museum space for all the statues of King. Leopold in Belgium, but more importantly political exercise in selective remembrance neatly packaged as an unbiased archive. That statues represent is the same exercise that museums represent. Represent museums and statues are bridged together. Many of these statues are right in front of museum entrances, priming visitor for what they can expect to find inside statutes, museums share centuries long history of supporting white supremacist colonialist, racist ideologies, helping them flourish providing the evidence for them, and under girding them through their placement through their air of authority and through their supposed neutrality. The statues of American football players at American universities helps me think about this because the stakes are so low, the rivalry is so clear. Our football team has heroes and the long legacy, and it's telling that the two tools that were employed to make that point are statues and museums. This has been museum archipelago. Haven't checked out club archipelago. Now is a great time. My favorite episode of Our museum movie. Review Series archipelago at the movies is now completely free joining Rebecca. 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"lenin stalin" Discussed on Museum Archipelago
"Yet fail to engage with what is really at stake, namely identifying acknowledging and removing endemic structural problems of racism in repair to form a suggestion. By more than a few people is museums wind up? The statues of problematic people in museums is the bottom of the harbour, really the right place for Statue of Colston. Of course, these questions tend to ignore that the bottom of the ocean is the final resting place for hundreds of actual. Thrown overboard from Colston's chips because they were deemed a poor investment for Colston's company on the Zeke Appel go. We've investigated what various Eastern European countries are doing with old statues of dictators like Lenin and Stalin. Monica, notice interviewed on episode. Five of this show describes how her family's native Lithuania removed. It's ubiquitous Soviet statues from city squares all across the country. The removals were events that helped build the young nation, but once the statues were removed from their original locations. No one knew quite what to do with them. Many of them ended up at something called Curtis Park a kind of half theme park that includes a massive statue garden. The statues are presented simply and somewhat randomly each has a little description of the city and square where the statue used to stand many Lithuanians and the Lithuanian government have criticized the uncritical approach to the parks laughed. Visitors are free to do whatever they want. I guess like once you got into the actual dash you. It's Kinda funny because you can do whatever you want. So like planning on top of London installing, picking their nose Tottenham on the head. Doing whatever you want but I like to think that I have some sort of connection. Some sort of understanding that spews images might have been both sterry inspirational different times. Somebody's life for me. They've always been images. That were bad like no like I. Feel like throwing I always do that. Lenin Stalin phase like these are the faces of terror that drove my grandparents out of. Yeah but. Interact with them on this like humorous level is really interesting. The situation at Bulgaria's Museum of Socialist Art in Sofia is somewhat similar. The outdoor sculpture garden is littered with statues. Commemorating Soviet power placed wherever there's room I visited many times, and I'm never quite sure how to react. There's a lot of power in deliberately taking these statues out of the context they were made for what once may have been in imposing statue, underscoring who's in charge in the public square is now just two key, leading impotently outer Rosebush in Eastern Europe the statues of. Of Lenin and Stalin and others were erected during the communist times and were swiftly removed when the system fell in the West statues erected more than one hundred years ago. Still stand without context Washington's next. Because the money he made from owning working in selling people isn't a footnote. It's the reason he was the first president. Even at the museums of Bristol Website Colston is identified as a revered philanthropist slash reviled slave trader in that order. As if the money he gave away to the city of Bristol wasn't violently extracted from the people he enslaved. It's not a sufficient answer to simply put these statues in the museum I. Don't know if there's enough museum space for all the confederate monuments in the American south or enough museum space for all the statues of King. Leopold in Belgium, but more importantly political exercise in selective remembrance neatly packaged as an unbiased archive. That statues represent is the same exercise that museums represent. Represent museums and statues are bridged together. Many of these statues are right in front of museum entrances, priming visitor for what they can expect to find inside statutes, museums share centuries long history of supporting white supremacist colonialist, racist ideologies, helping them flourish providing the evidence for them, and under girding them through their placement through their air of authority and through their supposed neutrality. The statues of American football players at American universities helps me think about this because the stakes are so low, the rivalry is so clear. Our football team has heroes and the long legacy, and it's telling that the two tools that were employed to make that point are statues and museums. This has been museum archipelago. Haven't checked out club archipelago. Now is a great time. My favorite episode of Our museum movie. Review Series archipelago at the movies is now completely free joining Rebecca. We've deny as we break breakdown two thousand four's national treasure, discussing the tropes of museum films. Now Museum Exhibit Design is reflected back.
"lenin stalin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"For Labor Day the last two hours devoted to the theories of Marx Lenin Stalin in communism and then this hour with doctor Leri on it calling Dr Paul Marino who is that just sitting in now for Tom west chair on American labor and why it did not go crazy. in the way that communism dead and document all welcome you and I want people to know the fall Marino holds group **** share in the American constitution Hillsdale college is a member of the James Madison subsided Princeton University he wrote the dirt from direct action to affirmative action fair employment law and policy in America and black Americans in organized labor is a labor historian Dr Marino welcome it's great to have you on Labor Day great to be on the show and doctor on sitting in at the Hillsdale studio you by phone let me ask you at the beginning I read your organized labor in American law it's an amazing piece of been looking for something like this for years but I've never actually trusted anyone to teach me the history of American labor is that a widespread problem absolutely the whole field of labor history really only began in the nineteen sixties and most of its founders were were pretty explicit that they you know they had an agenda they had yeah they wanted to use his free for political purposes so you're quite right to be suspicious about that stuff is labeled labor history no I don't often do this but I want to read two thirds of a paragraph you wrote just to give people your overall theory a composite account of American labor go something like this unions were outlawed as criminal conspiracy before eighteen forty two even after courts recognize their legal existence their methods strikes picketing boycotting were useless because lots a fair free labor formalism hit the overwhelming economic power of employers behind a facade of equality Korczyn subverted the Fourteenth Amendment from its purpose of protecting black civil rights and turn it into a shield for the property rights of big business in the Gilded Age courts fashion the labor injection to re criminalize unions worse still when Congress enacted anti trust laws to curb big businesses the judges use them to crush organized labor judges also vitiated congressional and state acts to exempt unions from junction and I trust laws when Congress finally acted in the thirties either did so primarily to dampen truly radical working class acted as. or the federal courts in administrator de radicalize congressional intent in either case national labor relations ended up as a net loss for organizing labor union power road after World War two and collapsed after nineteen eighty largely due to political and legal disadvantages so I want my audience to know at Hillsdale you have great clarity about how labor in America developed and the obstacles which it faced. well yes and I thought it's really important to get you can't leave the field like labor history it's the important thing for people to know about and I think one of the things we have to do is historian does is take on the the accepted narratives that the left has been producing we are closely since the nineteen sixties and so Larry armed when when you talk to people about unions how do you what tone do strike with them and their role in American history. well you know for twelve there's a principal right I think people have freedom of association and so if they want to join in join together they can do that that's fine. Jim association also means. don't have to associate control I'm against compelled unionism and especially when unions are politically active I don't think anybody out I have to join a union to get a job and on the other hand if a bunch of workers want to join and Barbara and talk to the employer together I've always thought that was okay and it better than okay it's a right I think so that's what I think I'll put Paul what you think. think the the crucial word there is is coercion or compulsion and I think most people think about collective bargaining to think about it as a voluntary thing the the approval but when you get down to the details of of how collective bargaining actually works in most states yeah Michigan.
"lenin stalin" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Lenin stalin whatever you've got how they how have they taken this tag of our posters very really are very nice great response But he thinks that's funny. And what's laughable about this is this is the pandering that we continue to see. Bernie Sanders is gonna give everybody everything we're going to we're going to have a higher taxes. He admitted that he's going to raise taxes on the middle class in order to pay for everything. we're gonna we will begin to see a lot of these candidates fall away after these this second debate that they're not gonna make the next round of the debates field is going to narrow significantly there is one person i want you to hear from her name is marianne williamson and the reason why i want you to hear this is because she's an author nobody really knows who she is but she made the debate stage and they were asking about who the first person you call is what's the first thing you do it all this and her answer was so weird i want you to hear it and to administer zealand who said that her goal is made new zealand the place where it's the best place in the world for a child to grow up and i'm gonna tell girlfriend you're alone because the united states of america is going to be the best place in the world for a child to grow up Crickets. Pandering that they continue to do is what's got them in trouble. you heard if you later on we'll let your scarborough again and and some van jones and how disappointed they weren't last night's debate because the front runner joe biden was on the stage Along with. bernie sanders and then kamala harris of all people it looked like to me she won the debate she when i say one the debate she performed better than people expected and when they discussed the issues the concern for many people is that they're not able to connect with the average voter that they're going to need to win right now what you're doing is you're playing to a base of people the republicans have had to do this to in primaries if you think about the way donald trump ended up winning the nomination looking back at all of that was very interesting is that nobody believed that donald trump was gonna win when i say no one don't email me and tell me you did the vast majority of people didn't believe he was serious at first and didn't think he could win and i've given credit to the people that i know personally that said from the beginning trump's gonna win there have been some i've met some but most people didn't believe it but donald trump was a lot of people's second favorite that they liked their person and the next day like because he was being honest and he was being he wasn't a politician so when they're person fell from grace and they fell out of the race they threw their support behind trump in one at a time he went out and he beat people wanted a time he would take the booze When they when they came his way. and he didn't care he said what he but he believed he wasn't a politician again remember he didn't raise his hand when he was asked will you support whatever nominee comes out will you swear you promise to you commit to he's an i don't know who's gonna win and i don't know what they're gonna do between now and then so i'm not gonna make a promise that i can't that i don't know for sure that i can keep and he got booed and in the end he became the nominee and all of those people on the stage that raise their hand to pledge their support didn't But when you look at this group of people none, none of the people on the stage last night, seemed like that. none of them whether they were talking about the border issue which is something we've got to talk about whether it was the border of border funding bill that didn't even get into the cages with joe biden that were brought out they were built during his time as vice president when it comes to the economy they're talking about an economy that works for everyone and not just the one percent with the economy is working for everyone the topic of abortion takes them so far out of the stratosphere of what is in the minds of most americans Healthcare for everyone, including illegal illegal aliens, takes them completely out. And then they get into this big battle, and they fight one of the other things this morning. I'm going to want you to hear is the anti-cop rhetoric? you know that pete mayor pete is trying to win this nomination and he had a shooting that involved a police officer there was an uproar in his town and he began throwing the cops under the bus this is another theme that we see the blasios does the same thing in his city throws the cops under the bus that does not anywhere near what most people believe you will see riots and streets and people against the police but they are very loud and very angry but very small group compared to the rest of us Most people honor the work that law enforcement does in throwing them under the bus to win an election is not a good thing and Buddha. Judge did it last night. Mayor Pete through the cops under the bus. And to me that issue. Is never gonna win with most people? and so how do they win in the court of public opinion now and then have that be able to sprint toward the center to win over those other votes health insurance is going to be a big issue now if you remember obamacare was supposed to fix everything and it hasn't the republicans should be talking about an alternative to fixing the health insurance dilemma because if not people are for that issue alone are going to look at what the democrats want to do because people want healthcare but other than that they lose on almost every single issue at seven twenty the anti cop rhetoric you're going to hear from some commentators joe scarborough van jones and how disappointed they were in the performance of the democrats yesterday and how they believe that they're in big big trouble that's at seven twenty carol royse keller williams realty east valley is your valley-wide team if you're a home seller there's some things about carol you need to know first of all she's been serving this valley for over thirty years she has built a team of home sellers that is second to none she makes promises in writing she will put it in writing.
"lenin stalin" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Entertainment and enlightenment. Venezuela is now the biggest disaster of anything since World War Two not caused by war. Think of that this was a once prosperous country, and it was, it was touted by all of the same people that are telling us, we need to go socialist. Now they were all saying Venezuela, it's the new way. No, it's not this is the old way and it doesn't work, it, never works, the biggest disaster since World War Two. That's remarkable. And yet, there are some people saying even today then Suelas till better than America. The twisted world. We live in, in one minute. This is the Glenn Beck program. Then it's Walea the, the biggest disaster. Since World War, Two for any country, not at war that saying something it really is. I mean Zimbabwe's collapsed under Robert Mugabe fall of the Soviet Union Cuba's disastrous unraveling in the nineteen nineties, the crumbling Venezuela's economy has now outpaced them all. It's the largest single economic collapse, outside of war in at least forty five years now, think of this Zimbabwe, we've always held up the Imbaba way, you know, billion dollar trillion dollar Bill in the other room writing, we've held that up as a sample of what could happen and everybody everybody knows it and everyone knows him. Bob way was a disaster. To the point of like you couldn't believe a westerner developed country could ever really have that happening. And you're like okay Decatur. Okay. Right now. Venezuela is one of the richest countries in the world and it's it's happening there and it's actually is just not being utilized. I mean it has the biggest oil reserves in the world. Let's see. I love this quote, this is economics, professor at Harvard. It's really hard to think of a human tragedy, the scale outside of civil war. This will be touchtone of disastrous policies for decades to come by the way votes, socialist. I mean at the same time that description is being talked about again. His second last Sarah's last line is phenomenal. This will be a touchstone of disastrous policies for decades to come listen to this part. I mean that's incredible. Yeah. I know what did he say after that was the second part of the quote. The first part was really hard to think of human tragedy on this scale outside of civil war. Crazy. To find similar levels of economic devastation kind of at the IMF point two countries. That were ripped apart by war, like Libya earlier this decade, or Lebanon in the nineteen. Seventies, but Venezuela, one point Latin America's wealthiest countries. We mentioned has not been shattered by armed conflict. Instead economic say the poor governance corruption misguided policies. Two. They talk about the misguided policies. They don't really the you're looking for the word socialism. I don't think you're going to find it in here. But it is the New York Times story. But I am at least covering it misguided policies. Yeah. And they do say to their credit misguided policies of President, Nicolas Maduro and his predecessor Ugo. Shabas, one of the things socialists, have tried to do to get out of this is to say, well, it was really Madora who came in and skirted up. That's not true that with Lenin. It was fine with Lenin Stalin early, stirred it up. Fueled runaway inflation shudder businesses and brought the country to its knees. In recent months, Trump administration has imposed stiff sanctions as well to try to further as the country's economy, plummeted armed, gangs, took control of entire towns, public services, collapsed, and the purchasing power of most Venezuelans has been reduced to a couple of kilograms of flour per month living through that. I mean it goes on. Let's see Venezuela has the world's largest proven oil reserves, but its output, once Latin, America's largest has fallen faster in the past year, than Iraq after the American invasion in two thousand three Venezuela has lost a tenth of its population in the past two years. As people fled trekking across mountains setting off Latin America's biggest ever refugee crisis. If I remember right in two thousand three didn't weren't some of the oil wells on fire. I mean as they were leaving, I'm trying to remember, which that was seems so long ago now and it was, but they were setting oil wells on fire to make sure no one could access them after this collapse, just from policies just from the government taking over. That's what they did anybody who like. Ma democratic socialism's gray law. We have to do is just go over some of these industries, like healthcare. Oh, and energy to because Hugo Chavez took over healthcare, which there's none. And, and also the oil industry. There's more coming up on the healthcare industry. That's working out, pretty well Venezuela's hyper inflation expected to reach ten million percent this year just ten million percent though. Not eleven million percent. That would be too high. According to the IMF, by the way, it's on track to become the longest period of runaway prices since the Democratic Republic of Congo in the nineteen nineties, hang on just saying, do you know why they can't stabilize their money? They can stabilize their money because they can't stabilize the system because you never know what the government is going to do next. You don't know what disaster they're going to inflict on their own nation. So you could go over there and say, look, we're basing our money on oil, we're going to base our money on oil. It's good as gold, and we have it, we haven't in the ground. You don't even know you have gold in the Bank. We know we have oil, so we'll base it on our oil, but we're going to run our oil industry to get that oil in a non corrupt fashion, and in the style of the western world. So it's dependable then you could actually stabilize your economy. You can't do that under socialist, and an addict Dettori government that is, is rife with graft and and, and corruption and honestly, why they just don't officially go to bitcoin right now. I do not understand shift do it. That's what the local economy is essentially run on anyone who actually has money as their money into things. Crypto currencies. Just I mean, we think those really unstable. But I mean in comparison to what they have it's super stable, and you can use it, of course, ended anywhere in the world and protected from governments and all these things. So they tried to do a Nash. Government cryptocurrency, which kinda defeats the purpose of crypto currency, the government. I mean the government right now. Madero just wants to control everything he wants to make sure he knows who's eating and who's leaping and, and everything else. So a national crypto currency, we don't believe you won't inflate those numbers and be the point is, it's almost an anti-government stance. It's, it's an anti control stance. Right. We don't want anyone controlling it supposed to be separate from not only governments, but every third party. By year's end Venezuela's gross domestic product will have shrunk by sixty two percent since the beginning of the recession in two thousand thirteen by contrast. The median economic decline of the former Soviet republics was about thirty percent during the peak of the crisis in the mid nineties. Oh, my more than twice, as bad as the collapse of the Soviet Union. One Carlo Valez arrives at observation that might be what do you think of this, that might be because the former Soviet Union had a long history of black market in black exchange and corruption and everything else. So people they knew how to keep things going even though there wasn't a government. These people are used to generally speaking freedoms ability, and, and so they have they have no way, if the government is the they've just no way to do anything. They, they haven't lived for generations under that kind of corruption, and now the next part is just going to make you hungry, because your stomach going to start rumbling. This is going to sound so good to you. So if you know if you're if you're listening, you're your pods, and you're walking through grocery store, you may want to walk out for second because you know you never wanna go hungry. One Carlo Valez arrives at his tiny canteen in the corner of the market by five AM. It begins making a broth out of. Beef bones. And frying corn, pastries and the darkness. He says his stall has been without power since March his sales are down eighty percent since last year in each day's a struggle against soldiers who force him to accept nearly worthless. Low denomination bills. Whatever money, he makes is he has to immediately invest in more bones and cornflower. Because prices go up daily if you take a rest, you lose that time you take it to the Bank. You've already lost some of it real, incomes Venezuela have fallen to levels last seen in the country in nineteen seventy nine. Imagine going back to the earnings of nineteen Seventy-nine right now according to international finance institute, leaving many to survive by collecting, firewood gathering fruit and fetching water in streams Danielle Gonzalez Fifty-three taking care of his children. He takes care of his children and his neighbors in his shantytown. He lost his job at a hotel when looters ransacked it in March ripping out, even window frames and cable, wiring, his new gig though, is pretty sweet. He now, collects wild plums. To sell for a few cents in the city's parks. It's pretty cool electricity and running water are available for only a few hours, a day, the boat that provided regular service to the mainland broke down last month, one of these islands, an oil barge, let by the state oil company, occasionally tugs rusty ferry carrying meagre supplies of subsidized food. The hospital has no medication and no patients the last person to be hospitalized died in agony day, later without treatment for her kidney disease. Doctors said this is a vision of what the future is for about twenty four people advocating for these policies to be brought to the United States and cheered them on when they are implemented in Venezuela. Now we see what the results are. And yet, here we are as a country walking towards these policies. Not running away from them. We're acting as if these things are going to work differently for us, and they work for everybody else. Everywhere in the world, every time they've been tried, and it's just it's, it's incredible that this moment, it's like a shining light in your eyes, don't walk forward. And everyone just keeps wide eyed walking right towards that bright light and blinding themselves. It's really amazing. It is almost. It's almost. Brainwashing. And hypnotize ING. How do you get away with such a dark vision just being swept away? It's, it's amazing. It is you want collusion. There. It is Venezuela, Martin Luther King that story that came out about Martin Luther King. Do you know that not a single mainstream news organization covered that? What? Really, there was no coverage on. CNN ABC, NBC CBS tro. Really? That's mazing. That's what I that's what Laura Ingram said last night. Yeah. And she was talking to the Nash, desouza. And I'm I'm like that. That, that's craziness that house craziness house because they are colluding. They're colluding. They're not calling each other. They're all like minded, we can't, we can't do that to Martin Luther King, the whole thing falls apart, if we do this to Martin Luther King, which is a mazing. I mean, think of the accusations they've run with especially let's just take the me too ehre think of things they've run with, with, with one person saying it not an FBI tape of it not FBI transcript of it, and we need the FBI to investigate. We've got to have the FBI investigate this one, bright. And they said they said that Martin Luther King was present and laughing at a rape. And they did investigate Cavanaugh and said there was nothing there. I mean they'll, they'll still press through with that one..
"lenin stalin" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"The largest single economic collapse outside of war in at least forty five years, this Zimbabwe, we've always held up the Imbaba way, you know, billion dollars trillion dollar Bill in the other room. Right. We've held that up as a sample of what could happen and everybody everybody knows it and everyone knows I'm Bob way, was a disaster to the point of like you couldn't believe a westerner developed country could ever really had that happened. See that in the Africa and you're like okay teeter and okay. Right now, Venezuela, one of the richest countries in the world and it's it's happening there. And it's actually is just not being utilized. It has the biggest oil reserves in the world. Let's see. I love this quote, this is an economics, professor at Harvard. It's really hard to think of human tragedy, the scale outside of civil war. This will be a touchtone of disastrous policies for decades to come by the way votes, socialist. I mean at the same time that description is being talked about a socialist again. His second last Sarah's last line is phenomenal. This will be touchstone of disastrous policies for decades to come listen to this part. I mean that's incredible. Yeah. No. What did he say after that was the second part of the quote? The first part was really hard to think of human tragedy on the scale outside of civil war freeze to find similar levels of economic devastation. Economists at the IMF countries that were ripped apart by war like Libya earlier this decade, or Lebanon in the nineteen. Seventies, but Venezuela, one point Latin America's wealthiest countries. We mentioned has not been shattered by armed conflict. Instead economic economists say the poor governance corruption and misguided policies. Two. They talk about the misguided policies. They don't really the you're looking for the word socialism. I don't think you're going to find it in here. But it is it's the New York Times story, but I am covering it misguided policies. Yeah. And they do say to their credit misguided policies of President, Nicolas, Maduro, and his predecessor, Hugo Chavez, one of the things social tried to do to get out of this is to say, well, it was really Madeira, who came in and stood up. That's not true that with Lennon. It was fine with Lenin Stalin early, stirred it up. They fueled runaway inflation, shudder businesses and brought the country to its knees in recent months. Trump administration has imposed stiff sanctions as well to try to it further as the country's economy, plummeted armed, gangs, took control of entire towns, public services, collapsed, and the purchasing, power of Venezuelans has been reduced to a couple of kilograms of flour per month.
"lenin stalin" Discussed on AnarchoInc - The Free Market Business Podcast
"The show, including even just clicking on our Amazon affiliate Lincoln continue shopping like you normally do on Amazon with that said we had a little jingle mixed up for you guys. And here it is hope you enjoy it. Well, it's interesting 'cause, you know, when, when you first set the message is being, you know, asking interview, one of us, it was, I was, you know, because I am a fan of your podcast. I was kinda curious because, you know, it is mostly focused on entrepreneurship. Yeah. And, you know, this isn't an and I'm saying mostly not exclusively. Like I've heard, you know, but at the same time like Oreos. One hundred four vengeance entrepreneurship. Right. It is, you know, that's a part of it. And that's been a major focus on a by a lot of gorgeous. But that's not the whole of it. And, you know, Konkan had a whole hell of a lot more to the philosophy of joss that net actually one of the interesting things is there was police, I believe William Gillis wrote. Wrote that ASA on calling talking about how antifa is a gorse defense agency OK, and I kind of agree with that. And you know, it's operating on a completely volunteer level. There's no you know, economic trade involved in it necessarily, but it is, you know, it's, it's basically, it's eight and the way that I've seen it operate on the ground level. I mean I was at Trump's inauguration, watching the protests and stuff. You know, I, I did not attend me actual inauguration. I was there in the middle of all the protesting going on, right? And I tell you when the cops started indiscriminately pepper spraying people. Saw people in black lock protecting, you know, women and children who were Trump supporters. Yeah. You know, because it wasn't about, you know, the, the idea that the news spreads that, I mean, yeah, you get a couple of overzealous kids who wanna punch anyone a maga- hat. But like the idea that, that is the focus of even antifa. No. Most of them. No. Like they know that difference between Matt, most of them are more about educating people and fighting actual fascists who recruiting not concerned about your racist on goal down the street or, you know, anything like no, we're worried about people who are recruiting to try and hurt people or you know, even if they're not playing on hurting. People themselves spreading an ideal out, you an idea sorry ideology of Hades, which inspires, a lot of the terrorist attacks, which we have seen on our soil in the past, you know in the past few decades. If you look in the past decade, or so of, you know, all the tariff. Attacks happened on our soil. It's mostly disgruntled white supremacists. Another baguettes. Yeah. Now, if that's a big. That's a big thing is these type of ideologies when they spread the people spreading them may not be the ones who enact the violence, right? Leaves to actual violence that we have seen in our communities. Yes, I am. We need to stop the recruiting before it happens that way. And that's where we are. You know, that's where anti fascist groups end up acting as a defense organization, and I mean and Charlottesville they were protecting. You know, when fascists were fighting are were ganging up on church members who are locked out of their church. You know, it was anti folks who were, you know, out there, protecting and I'll know you know, if you saw the Cornell last two is a socialist, but he had a great an sadly, not a libertarian on what he had a great. Interview nontheless on democracy. Now where he was talking about being on the ground floor a Charlottesville, if with other church members because he's, he's a very big Christian who could have he was with other church members than they were being surrounded by fascists, who some of them were, you know, armed with different, you know, makeshift, weapons and stuff. And and, you know they were fighting anyone who you know, because it was an all out brawl at that point. Matt particular area for what he said, and, you know, he's like we felt cornered by these people on, we weren't sure if they were going to attack a Mexican, you know, we had people in block and circle us and protect us from any people trying to cause us harm. And is like the and they weren't, you know, jumping out and try you know looking for fights. They were dam sure they're willing to fight amass the difference. Okay. Well, a lot to digest one there was there are two things I wanna touch on. There's one article I found I just want to read a couple of things to you in inquest you on that. But the first one is this a you mentioned libertarian socialism, which I've heard before, which to me, it just it's very contradictory for me to understand, libertarian socialism, in, you know, because from what I've read in consumed, you know, be articles or books engines for my own upbringing, you know, the idea of socialism, requires government, and the ad completely false, actually. In, in the way that, you know out, but then I've heard these ideas that okay, you can have your socialism, but you've gotta have capitalism. Right. You've gotta have capitalism have socialism, right. And there's this idea, you know that in, in in, I say in Kapustan, or in this utopia, whatever's hypotheticals, and I really hate dealing in hypotheticals because I'm looking for solutions for today. Just like what chain does with liberty under attack publications actually, made a post today about ways to suffocate state, like seven things you can do today to Suffolk da bowel on. Yeah. You know, which is like grown. You're grow your guard in, you know, trade in barter, right gore, ISM crypto currency by from small businesses, you know, by locally three D printed guns. Right. So there are things today. You know, those are what I'm trying to seek out and find the mentors that are bringing those ideas, you know, a product any libertarian socialists, who disagree with those ideas. Right. That, yeah, but the, the idea of, in it's, you know, the idea of socialism is like collectivism, right? In, in the pans. I mean, there's a lot of individual socialist traditions, Awo K. So, so the thing is socialism first off predates marks. You know, let's just get out that out the way people. That's what will bring up is Marxism Venezuela. Right. Like vinegar. Socialism that didn't work, right? They bring up Lenin Stalin. So pre dating you know, the scientific socialist as marxists. And, you know, the spin offs of referred to their former socialism dating that you had utopian socialism, you know, and that was desire ward, those type of folks who and you tended to have Robert orlands, SATA community and America like the it tended to be way, more grassroots community communal style. Right. I'm not as familiar with that tendency to be honest. That being said that predated marks and they tended to have their spats with marxists. And then you had. And you had even in Marxism. You gotta look that the end goal was a stateless, classless society. The end goal is a former anarchism, right? Now, obviously a, you know, Faulk drought to get there. From history, right? Yeah. But even marks did not consider himself a Marxist disagreed. With a lot of with what a lot of people bid. Ms name, he was inspired in a lot of the early Marxist, were inspired by the Paris comu- a lot of early Anarchist's worse. Well, you gotta remember that anarchism predates ARCO capitalism by several decades. I'm sure you in. Right. A Roth Barton's like we drool over the idea of anarchism capitalism. Right. And but that's because all like for me. You know, all I really read is Rothbart in Ron Paul, and, and those sort of guys. So. And those ideas, click with me in, they make sense just from my upbringing. Absolutely. And there's nothing wrong with that. You'll find that actually a lot of the major disagreements tend to be more medical than substantial. There are real disagreements at times, but even those disagreements usually aren't as in as irreconcilable as we tend to check, right? And so to jump back to the Paris commun- real quick. I at the time Marxist and anarchist work side by side. There wasn't so much of a difference. The end goal was a stateless classes society. The memes were still kind of up in the air, right? The Paris commune was in the middle of a war situation. So they adopted a limited hierarchy in their governance, and, but it tended to be very grassroots and still rather libertarian. More Minnaar guests at socialism can have an, you know, it was pretty much the, you know, the, the government was pretty much. They're not to force people in a socialism. The people with opted socialism in a revolutionary standpoint they, you know, they had fought for it a revolution. They didn't need to enforce it. Amstad the, the limited governments that they did. So limited hierarchy that they did sit up in their governments. Is there to protect in a war situation there to protect the games that they had made? And so you had the situation where after the Paris commune fell. There was a debate over whether the solution in the future for those types to matrix wounds more or last centralization in power. The Marxist argued that more centralisation of power gave us military edge, that would help us not only protect the games that we made in our own communities, spread them further outside of our communities. The Anarchist's on the other hand were like no more centralisation will not help us get to a decentralized society that is contradictory. You know, because the original idea, socialism is actually worker control, not state control, worker, control is way more decentralized them, as it, you know, capitalism as it stands with business hierarchy. Is more hierarchy Cole and an a traditional standpoint, less libertarian. Here's where you get into with a lot of an caps in goriness who nowadays advocate, everybody being an entrepreneur, nobody being an employed is the idea. And so it kind of blurs because like socialists, they don't care, whether it's a worker co op sole proprietorship, whatever as long as you don't have a boss. Right. You know with an anarchist context, when you look at, like some gorse in an cops were really pushing, like the idea that everybody should be coming entrepreneur. Right. Same type of push and nobody's outlawing an anarchist context. Nobody's outlawing going and working for someone else. But it's generally seeing that the market would not sway that way, it would sway towards people given more freedom. It would sway towards people finding a means of same themselves instead of working for each other. Working for someone else and end the round where they have to work with other people. They would probably have a tendency to wanna work as equals instead of, in a, you know, rigid hierarchy, right? Yeah. In it's you know, when you bring that up, it brings back another conversation in one of my previous episodes with Dan taxation is theft in. He was talking about, you know, he lives out in Mexico. There's this community that he visited. Where, you know, they may be make like I forgot what it was. Let's say five dollars a day or whatever was in, but they're able to sustain off the land to. Right. And now because in Mexico, you know, there's really the idea of property rights is still coming to be in, you know, in so that, you know, something like that kind of like a, a commune where they live in this little village. They have, you know, chickens or whatever they live off the land live off the grid. Right. Is sort of kind of living. Right. Have you heard of? I don't know what that what community, particularly that ban was talking about, by the way, it was, I got the hang out with him last weekend. For a first time it was pretty fun. Fun guy to talk to you. I briefly saw him at another event. But this is the first time I actually got the talk to him. But I don't know what community he was talking about. But in Mexico and the nineties, Zappa t- stas sprung up to fight against NAFTA. And they are libertarian socialists. Now, they do adopt some Marxist imagery and rhetoric, but it tends to be still from that period of like the Paris commune when marxists anarchists were more aligned, and they don't consider themselves either Marxist or anarchists. They, you know they adhere to their indigenous philosophy a may just wanted to be left alone by the government, and they found that their indigenous that they're indigeneous philosophy had many similarities to libertarian socialism and started exploring and adop-, if some of the some of those politics in whatnot without ever officially calling themselves either by essentially arc.
"lenin stalin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"So how could you say that he should stay in power? When he's the reason you don't have free and fair elections. Which part of this Senator Sanders. Do you not understand? And let's go back to the first point which is a question from one about one guy though. This was hey, Rama's asking the questions there. One guy though is the recognised leader of Venezuela. And to say, no is to fly in the face of the Venezuelan people the national assembly there has rules and one of the rules is that if if they decide the national assembly that there's an election irregularity, if there is something improper that the president of the national assembly will be in charge. The president of the national assembly is one guide. Oh, so he is the leader. The United States has not instituted some kind of coup as people ignorantly like Representative Ilhan, Omar and a host of others have tried to make claim to they either don't understand the situation. To which how does a guy like Bernie Sanders nonsense situation. How does he dare think he'd be president of the United States? Or it's purposeful because how can they admit that the socialism of nNcholas Maduro didn't work. There are people who actually think that the corruption and the crime and the violence of Venezuela is not part and parcel of the socialist regime. And those people. Are very very special people. King friday. Getting done very special. This is a whole level of of not just ignorance of purposeful wanting ignorance, it's all it is you can't be you can't be serious and have that conversation. The destruction the disaster the evil the violence the the corruption of Venezuela. In this Venezuela is because of socialism. It's actually having this conversation with my brother the good doctor Katz yesterday. When you give governments more and more power. I thought this was a great point. People will find ways to pay people in government to be able to have that power benefit them. That's how you get corruption. So by definition, wouldn't you be better with the government that had less power? Therefore, you have less opportunities for corruption. And what is what this whole group of people? This is me now. That somehow think that, you know, socialism works. It's just nobody's done. It right. The hubris of these people who think that somehow they can do it better. They're so enlightened, you know, all those other people for the past century. They thought they were enlightened to you know, what happened everybody died. You know, what happened Lenin Stalin? Chad. Chad was a murderer. Right. We understand that Shakur ours. Not just some cougar was a murderous thug bastard, and we should all be glad he's dead. Fidel. Chavez madero. What do you think is happening? All of them. You think you're smarter than all of them. You're more pious, then all the good Lord. That is that is a serious bunch ignorance right there. But that's Bernie Sanders. The other thing I wanted to share was Lara. Logan, Lara Logan sixty minutes. CBS she's on Hannity and her conversation on Hannity. I thought was spectacular. I wanted to give it to you in full here. Because Lara Logan went on a podcast to say the. Yeah. The media's left the left leaning, and it's a real problem. And she continued this theme on Hannity show. And I thought it was I thought it was very refreshing. Well, it's obvious right because you get targeted, and it's the same group of people there already starting to talk me again now, and I expected it, and you know, I was joking that embraced for fire and fury because I know they're gonna come off to me again. And I'm not the only one in the same people come off to you write one of them the Sparrow project. I mean this person was tweeting today. You know, Hannity, you know, watch out. About lower Logan stuff. Right. And there's more coming Michael Calderone who was at the Huffington Post. I can literally give you the script. Now, I can tell you who the players are Joe Hagan, Brian Stelter is the same time, and they're all saying the same things, and they come off the Cheryl Atkinson, they come off to you. They come after me. I mean, if you if there are any independent voices out there, if there are any journalists who are not beating the same drum and giving the same talking points, then we pay the price. And if they know what's interesting shown, they can't take down the substance of what you're saying. Right. They can't go after the things that matter. So they smear you personally, they go off to your integrity. They go after your reputation as a as a person and as a professional and they'll stop at nothing. So, you know, I'm not the only one. And and I'm just like I'm done, right. I'm tired of it. And they don't get to write my story anymore. They don't get to speak for me. I wanted to say loudly and clearly to anybody who's listening. I am not own. Nobody owns me. Right. I'm not owned by the ladder. Even pixar. I really don't matter. Because it doesn't matter. I'm not gonna lie to you. And pretend I have. No like, I have no bias. That's just not true. Right. I mean, that's a part of who we are as human beings. We all have opinions on things. I don't pretend. I don't have opinions. My point about the sources is that I've worked with so many great panelists. I can tell you many of their name Sarah Carter is one of them. Right. I have so much respect for her work. And and there are so many people at sixty minutes, and in many other places who I have such great respect for and bits because I didn't invent this. Journalists have always needed to independent firsthand sources that's always been the standard that we work to. It's not me. I'm not alone. I'm not the only one. And you know, I mean, people know people know that we've slipped people know that when you're not when. Those are no longer standards that you're you know. That raises questions if you're honest. That's an unbelievably refreshing conversation to here. And it is is also very true. That of course, a reporter has a bias human beings have a bias. I get it. But we want the reporting to be the reporting. We don't want the reporting to be attacked pieces. We don't want the reporting to be this beyond level of aggression, because they think that there's some how morally superior. That's the part that we want nothing to do with. And honestly, I don't know what happens with her career. She thinks it's career suicide Hannity went out of his way to make sure that his bosses a Fox News that they should hire Lara Logan. I don't know what happens there. That's not the part. I can give comment to buddy. Is she having an honest conversation. You better believe.
"lenin stalin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"An article can there be an after socialism was back in two thousand three's a professor of history university of Pennsylvania, eighty I reprinted it back in two thousand sixteen and there were a couple of very interesting points that I think need to be considered because for too long. We've we've regarded Bernie Sanders and by extension. Oh, see as these kind of interesting characters pushing this interesting sort of an ideological choice that we're all faced with. But professor cores hit something that is so important, and we have to think about this through the lens of of these atrocities that this ideology is created he noted the goal is socialism was to reap the cultural scientific, creative and communal rewards of abolishing private property and free markets and to end human tyranny, but keep in mind, it became the aggregation and achievement of power by a group of absolutely inhumane despots people with names that, you know, in some you may not remember Lenin Stalin Mao say tongue kim-il-sung hokey in Pol Pot Castro Mengi to Ceaucescu hoaxer et cetera. No cause has ever in the history of mankind produced more cold-blooded tyrants? More slaughtered, innocence and more orphans than socialism with power. It's surpassed exponentially. All the other systems of production in turning out the dead. The bodies are all around us and no one talks about them. No one honors them. No one does penance for the victims of socialism. No one has committed suicide for having been an apologist for those who did this to them. No one pays for them. No one is hunted down to account for them. It is exactly what sold Sinise. Foresaw in the Gulag Archipelago. No one would have to answer. No one would be looked into until that happens there is and can be no after socialism. We know about after Nazism. But what about after socialism, the west accepts as epochal, monstrous, unforgivable, double standards? We rehearsed the names of Nazism almost daily we teach them to our children as ultimate historical and moral lessons. We bear witness to every victim we are with. So few exceptions almost universally silent on communism and socialism the bodies lie among us unnoticed everywhere, we insisted upon not sophistication, we excoriate. Those who tempered it in the name of a new emerging political reality there has never been and will never be a similar de-communitisation, although the slaughter of innocence exponentially greater, and although those who signed the orders ran the camps remain to this day walking free on this planet in the case of Nazism. We hunted down ninety year old man because the bones cried. Out for Justice. In the case of communism. We insist on no witch hunts let the dead bury the living, but the dead can bury one. The dad li- among us ignored. And anyone with moral is sees them by their absence from our moral consciousness. Spilling naked out of television and movie screens frozen in pain in classrooms, sprawled, unburied across our politics, and our culture, they sit next to us these communists when it comes to conferences. There could not have been an after Nazism without the recognition the accounting the Justice and the remembrance until we deal with the communist dead. There's no after socialism, which means socialism can return folks to be moral beings. We must acknowledge the awful things appropriately and bear witness to the responsibilities of these most murderous times until socialism like Nazism or fascism is confronted by the death camps in the slaughter of innocence, and the cooperators may I add Bernie Sanders partying in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight in the Soviet Union as people were dying. Being in Soviet style death camps, and he was drinking vodka and singing songs with his wife with the communist until we confront this lived reality. The greatest of atrocities of all recorded human life. We cannot live after socialism it won't happen. The pathology of western intellectuals. Commits them to an adversarial relationship with the culture free markets and individual rights that has produced the greatest alleviation of suffering the greatest liberation from want ignorance and superstition and the greatest increase of bounty and opportunity in the history of all human life, that's measured on an even plane with socialism and communism the pathology allows western intellectuals to step around the Everest of bodies and the victims of communism without a tear, a scruple a regret an act of contrition, a reevaluation of self soul and mind, the bodies demand and accounting an apology and repentance without such things. There is no after socialism hold these people to account on Brentwood. Herbal I love freedom AM seven sixty talking. Breaking news Jim Sharpe with headlines. A stunning development in the ongoing Rebecca's. How case we'll tell you about it. Next AM seven sixty KFI B. 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"lenin stalin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"World. Well, international communism has designs on the role. Let's put it that way. That about sums it up international communism has designs on the role. Always has that's been the goal of international communism. So that as soon as they rolled it out, communism didn't just brise with Lenin Stalin trot, skill of that no communism's always been socialism around the social has been around ever since well ever since people went into monasteries. Socialism. You could say socialist has been around since the first king told all the serfs to get out there in the fields. Are it goes her is out? Was still in their women, and they gave him all the stuff, and he determined what they should have come. And this has been around a long time but communal thing but. Now, it's making some serious strides are completely dominating the planet. This experiment that we've been running in the United States of America. And that's what it's been the revolution forward for fathers. No, it they said, we're putting in place a really cool scenario so long you suckers can keep it. Of course, you're going to have to be moral. You have to be informed. You will have to have to be educated not touchy feely emotion educated. But serious facts figures educated how's that working out? We blow it out to talk about John Diggle. I John Dingle for the longest time was a congressman. I think he served total. What was it was one hundred thirty years something like one hundred forty six hundred forty six years. John Diggle was the house of representatives. And that before that his dad was in congress for seventy eight years they've been around a long time the Diggle dynasty Debbie's in there. Now. Why is John important because John just penned a piece in Atlantic magazine? That's one of the are commie rags Atlantic magazine, and what he did is he made the case. I can't believe this for getting rid of the United States Senate. Now, I could see where you might make a case for getting rid of the Senate in that they're pretty much worthless. But not theoretically. Let's visit the United States Senate for a second the way the forefathers planet. They put in place, and it was an agreement of the states. See this. This is the thing that that Dingle really hates his PC's authored that this was nothing more than a political agreement. Yeah. Yes. It was the state said, okay. You guys have a house of representatives laid out in this state has this population. That state has that population. Worst state will only fourteen people now, so we're all going to have we're going to have a Representative. You're gonna have a hundred they said, well, tell you what we'll do wall bring about a body Coequal with the legislative branch, and we'll put two people from each state that way nothing can get past them, unless it's okay d- by the representation from that state in the Senate, they want, okay. Follow that. That's what that's what the sentence all about the Senate supposedly or was when it was designed was a corporate set of is representing corporately a given state and every state would have to so nothing could get by that state's interest in the Senate overwhelmed by some other state that didn't coincide with the interest of the respective state. Got it so. That was undermined by Woodrow Wilson. Woodrow Wilson said this is nothing more than states rights. I don't like that. Because I'm trying to bring about a one world at time of the terminology. But it was the same progress. Twisted mindset, I wanna bring about a one world government ruled by the smart, people robot, smart people and this whole states right thing flies in the face of the United States being unified under a top down federal government, which is the best for everybody. You know, Woodrow Wilson when he was an educator. He said his goal. His goal has stated goal was to make every man as unlike his father as he could possibly do. And that was because at the time he was taken guys off the off the field out of the fields. And he didn't want anybody being some unsophisticated hack farmer. No, he's out. Everybody should be running around that we're going to be educated at Princeton or wherever they did. Get educated should be a world-class globalist. That was it and one of the managing elite. If you will that's what it was all about with Woodrow Wilson. Anyway, he got rid of the Senate. He got rid of the Senate. He he put another Senate in its place, but he got rid of the forefathers Senate senators under the seventeenth amendment Woodrow Wilson and people working to push that through which was insane. They did come text to forget that for now. But that whole Senate thing was a push to. Get the power wrestled out of the hands of the states and put it in a on a federal level. So now senate's are pop senators are popularly vote elected and somebody could come into a state with a bunch of money from another state and campaign to get a Senate representation in Washington DC for the entire country as opposed to what that state gives damn about. That appointed their senators there would no longer be able to point them. Because prior to that senators were appointed by the respective state houses. North Carolina would say we're sending these two guys to Washington. Michigan would say we're sending these two guys to Michigan and destroy. Nobody would vote. No, you wouldn't you would not vote for Senator. We would vote for state legislators, and then the state house would pick two senators and send them DC. Now, the reason I've giving you all this background and many of you say role, we know this where a lot of people don't keep in mind. A lot of people aren't as up to speed as you are a lot in two thousand nineteen if they were we wouldn't have a democrat governors state of Michigan. I rest my case. So anyway, this being the case John Dingell Thompson two thousand nineteen. He pens a piece in the Atlantic. And he's arguing to do away with the Senate. He said the Senate is horribly stacked against great centres of population. Now before we go any deeper into it, isn't that the purpose? Yeah. It's the purpose because a great center of population controlling what? Somebody out here in the outlying areas, not a great center of population. It's gonna mob mob rule. Right. It is straight up mob rule democracy is straight up mob rule. And that's what John Dingle is advocacy advocating for it is crazy. The way he he argues it this is John Dingell and the Atlantic. He said that California which has a gargantuan population has only two senators. Forty other states have two senators each too, so that's eighty senators to against two and he's making the case that why should everybody in California be held captive to eighty senators in the Senate in the Senate be held captive because here's where all the populations why should these states with not even half? Not even a sixteenth of the population of California control the shots for California. He completely misses the point and he's completely arguing for straight up dictatorial mob rule, and he knows what he's doing. He knows exactly what he's doing. He's not stupid. Amazing how now that the Democrats are out in the streets are really really really showing their razor sharp teeth. Other socialist. That's what he's arguing for socialism. After all. Top down centralized.
"lenin stalin" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Of the monthly bills to help out is we agreed my parents were great and let me stay until i was financially stable enough to live on my own i know some people think parents should make kids leave the nest upon reaching eighteen or twentyone and let them get by their own i was just wondering thoughts about what age one should move out and if you think my parents are too easy on me love the show and thanks for the thought provoking rhetoric you speak okay so here's my perspective you have to tailor this to the kid so after law school i came back and i lived at home that was really not a huge problem because i could afford to live outside the home my parents knew i was responsible it was not a question to me sponging off my parents i had a job it was just a question of i was more comfortable living at home because i like my parents they like me and there is no real rush for me to go out and department so you know that's that's one thing is another thing if you're enabling and if a parent is enabling or if you are becoming a sponge off your parents if the idea is you don't wanna pay the bills so that's why you're staying home or you're too lazy getting apartment or you don't want to your laundry or that kind of stuff then you really should move out your parents are are not doing you any sort of great benefit by not kicking out of the house they're actually making your life worse in a lot of ways i do think that you reach a certain age and no matter what your priority you really should get out of the house i mean if you're if you're twenty five twenty six years old living at home i think these should really start thinking about getting an apartment move out live on your own living on your own and something that's worthwhile as a general rule tyler says haven what version of time travel and movies and tv shows do you think is the most realistic examples include the fixed time line we're nothing can be changed loss and the terminator dynamic time line were changes caused alternative timelines like in back to the future thanks well i mean i'm reading a book on time right now that i'm gonna recommend next week there's a good case to be made the time is actually an illusion that it's something that human brains us to organize the stuff that happens in their life but that essentially time exists kind of simultaneously and that you are as creature traveling through this this this mixture of material and and time that you are the or just observing things in a weird way there's all these weird questions are raised by quantum mechanics nine stein's theory of relativity they're all sorts of weird questions about how time actually works but if you were to think in in a timely way no i don't think that there is like a fixed time i no matter what you do it can't change i think that i'm not a determinist afri will believe her so i think that there are such things as alternative timelines if you could time travel also i just find movies that that and tv shows based on a fixed time line utterly boring because you know it's going to happen at the end anyway so what the hell's the point chris been i have a question about the declaration of the rights of man and the declaration of independence in the declaration of independence the word god and creator using the document and the declaration of the rights man god or creator is not mentioned at all i know for the declaration of the rights of man market off in and thomas jefferson were two of the main writers with thomas jeff persson being the main writer of the declaration of independence and the declaration of the rights of man why got excluded from the declaration of the rights of man also thomas jefferson believe in the same god that jews and christians believe in or is he referring to something else like how matt's million rows pierre was trying to force french society into believing in the cult of the supreme being or ds believes also with many of the ideas of maximilien robespierre carried on to people like lenin stalin hitler and many others that is a thousand questions all of them are good fortunately i have a book coming out next year.
"lenin stalin" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Com. Here are a few examples from our listeners that we thought you might enjoy. Paul Smith Greensboro, North Carolina crafted these haiku after hiking at hanging rock state park. Swelters silly pines meld into snapshot, vistas, local, maximum. Black, racer smooth snake skins pests shoes toward crisp, Oakley's fear and underbrush. And Karen Miller from Vernon, Dina Beach, Florida wrote us this who will camping out in a mountain top meadow in Virginia on a hike, the Appalachian trail. Honeysuckle day a kiss on a hilltop weights. Will you walk with me. It has old world scenery high-powered cities and important aniversary this year that worth, including in your travel plans tour guides from Berlin. Join us in just a minute to take your calls at eight, seven, seven, three, three, seven, four to five as they help you to find to ten Aries for Germany this year. That's next on travel with Rick steves. The most populous country in the European Union is also home to many of Europe's most high-powered sites and one of Europe's most envied economies from force to old world. Farm towns, riverside castles, namic cities. There are plenty of reasons to visit Germany, Macy Hitchcock, caroliina Marburger in Hobart, simmer are all German tour guides. Join us now in our studio to take your calls and give you a little update on what you can enjoy this year in Germany. Hoeger Carolina, Macy dunker Shane for being. Thanks a lot for being. Let's talk about Germany right now. First of all, European seem to love to celebrate anniversaries and in Germany. There's lots of individuals going on twenty teen. What's that mean? Maybe one thing it means is that two hundred three of the birth of a call mocks who is the gold fall of socialism, political thinker economist. He was born in eighteen eighteen. He basically wrote the communist manifesto in eighteen forty eight at the time of all the revolutions across Europe. People reacting to terrible working conditions due to rapid industrialization. He lived in England, so the terrible working conditions people living in their on. His idea was as long as you have this kind of fight between the working class or the working being exploited by the exploiters the business, bourgeoisie industrialists you'll always have some kind of conflict going on, and that will eventually lead to a revolution and socialism. Yeah, I just gotta say you're talking the average American just want to crawl under the under the table and put their hands on their head because we have this red scare heritage and we can't even think in terms of class warfare and proletarians. But I just think it's so important when we go to Europe to recognize this is the birth pains of the modern world for dignity for workers and so on. And when you go to Europe, you're not celebrating Stalin. When you recognize how Karl Marx contributed to the evolution of our free societies, I. Forget he was around long before the people who did things in his name. So for example, Lenin Stalin amount say to all these people who are quoting Marx and living by they could Marxist doctrines was their interpretations of Marx's ideas. So you see Marx right up there with Lenin and Stalin on these big three and so on and marks wasn't there to actually join the club. Just invited him any if you go to tree air, that's one of the most underrated cities in Germany. I think what might you see intriguing holder? Well, let is the birthplace of Karl Marx and now the celebrating big time with a huge exhibition on the life and times of commodity to understand that there's thinking coming from somewhere. There's routes to the idea that we have to actually recognize the needs of the workers. Okay. And what else happened? An anniversary twenty eighteen caroliina well we basically fulled to race in one two degree because of course at sixteen eighteen four hundred years ago that the horrible thirty is will started and nine hundred eighteen is when I will end. Oh my goodness. I hadn't put that together because a lot of people call the religious wars. The reformation and Martin Luther kicked off the first World War because it involved almost all the nations in Europe anyways, and what a third of Germany was killed in that hundred year wars. So four hundred years ago, the thirty years war started and in under a little bit of a happy now, thirty years later and then the horrific nineteen eighteen and of World War One which left Germany in such a disillusionment where of nutcase like Hitler could sort of capitalize on all that need for jobs and anger and stabbing the back. Why did we not fight to the end sort of feeling and and take terminal done even more difficult road also fifty years ago we have these student rebellions all over Europe. What happened may see in nineteen sixty eight basically have a culmination of years of the post which ration- that parents didn't talk about the war. It was swept under the carpet disatisfaction. Talk about what mom was that same dot dates will. Dot dot during the wool, coupled with kind of across the whole of Europe. There was a kind of student Roy's ings due to people being dissatisfied and essentially in Germany to sixty eight generation produced. Let's say, people at the bottom line, hope gang all around the same time, and it was all really a reaction. I'd say it was like a reaction to a kind of pressure cooker situation of just not being able to talk about the world and also reaction to the way German government's have been foreign post war where you'd have former Nazis in government positions. You'd also have people who are working as doctors during the Nazi era just carrying on as normal. No one talking about it, the better mine have gang sort of domestic terrorism reaction to that and also looking to the east, not living in the east, but looking to the eastern thinking, everything's great out in the east, not really knowing what was really going on and being very idealistic about communism because for them, capitalism was a failure capitalism was in the leading, no where absorbs Nazis. So you have this very unusual situation where for as long as uncle helmet was still alive, it was awkward to talk about what. He did as a Nazi secret policeman or something like that. And in sixty eight, the generation of saying we got to deal with our past Hoeger is a crucial date for like nowadays, German history as well, because that is really as Macy rightly said the first time this generation spoke up and ask the questions and the sense. So why on these old Nazi still at the helm? Why are they still in the government are in the courthouse. We had tumult on our streets in nineteen sixty eight here in the United States, early Europe. All sorts of things were happening as this younger generation was coming into awareness coming into adulthood and asking hard questions, and I think this really kicked off something that is still visible today in a way that you know Germany with us, you know, really gruesome and dark a history of like annihilation and and you know, trying to dominate the world again and again, and nowadays we really tried to address this. So we we do teach this in schools. We go to the former Chem signs and ask the questions and to look back and not. Forget nothing. Really. That's starting to nine hundred sixty eight. And you see that I, I remember even in my earlier days of traveling, which was after sixty eight, you know, the whole Hitler thing was not talked about very much, and now you've got these documentation centres that very courageously deal in a Franken candidate learning way about what happened. It's interesting. You say that Germany is sort of reluctant to be in a dominant position now as it wanted to be back. Then on the other hand, Germany finds itself in a leadership role in Europe and because of our reluctant to play ball with the rest of the world, Germany's kind of inheriting a leadership role that maybe it's not asking for Carolina. What's that? Like? I definitely think that's not asking for it, but of course, the mere economic late. The population weight within Europe makes it basically obvious to be chosen to at least look at, but I think it's important for our current chance of it. I think for anyone that would be in that position to play on at least bilateral and multilateral connections to make sure that Europe doesn't get us ruptured yet. Again, I would think about. Living in some chaotic corner of Europe. I would look to Germany as the adult in the room as it was. Actually, it was the big change of member that was about a decade ago when polish foreign minister in the euro. Crisis basically said, I would love Germany to take the lead in that full polish polish. Germany take the revolutionary development volumes? Yes, I heard that it was very moved now, Germany, Germany did take the lead in refugees that I believe is causing a little fallout for your government. What is the current refugee situation in Germany, and would that have any impact on travelers? I don't know about travelers, but for sure it has an impact on Germany on how the reality there are lower class German workers that are challenged by this. It's one thing, but a thing one big thing is, let's face it. We have about one to one point, two million people coming in from different culture, different language, different background, and now they're there and they wanna stay there and Germany of, you know, understandably. So we have to see like how doesn't work with education? How does it work with training on the jobs for someone? I think it really that causes concern. I think that's your Germany, but all of Europe is facing this almost being compassionate. I and thinking about the practical fallout second, which is quite a noble. Thing to do, I think, but you have to be realistic. Also. It's an interesting thing to pay attention to. This is travel with Rick steves. We're talking about what's going on in Germany in twenty eighteen. We're joined by vulgar, Zimmer caroliina Marburger and Macy Hitchcock our phone number's eight, seven, seven, three, three, three, seven, four to five and Clair's calling from Vancouver in British Columbia, Clara. Thanks for calling. I've got a question, so I've been in Germany a number of times, and most of my trips I try and incorporate sometime hiking. So I've been in around book God in the few times Saxon such and Boden's day and most recently the Black Forest and had an amazing time everywhere. I'm kind of looking for some recommendations for maybe some perhaps lesser known towns or cities to use the base for future adventures. I travel alone a lot at I'm depending on public transportation. So just looking for any ideas that your guests
"lenin stalin" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"So those records were lost it a flood so we don't have them anymore but played this her her records were lost in the in one of the chechen wars they say so we can't substantiate it but she does have id the claims she was born in eighteen eighty nine how think of that eighteen eighty nine and you're still alive today what have you seen in your lifetime the invention of the car the invention of the airplane you know not to mention space travel she saw the she she lives in russia so she went through the bolshevik revolution she saw lenin stalin all of that first and second world wars crazy she remembers german tanks rolling through her city right past her house crazy i mean it's unbelievable and sadly she claims she's never had a happy day in her life she she wishes she wishes she would have died early can you imagine that i mean goodness woman has been blessed with this kind of longevity and she hates her life sad well she lives in russia so nuff said nuff said you know had she been born in america maybe it's a different story maybe you know she's really happy person and glad to be alive over cleveland was president when she was a little kid so that would have been awesome i'm just saying thank you from our grover cleveland aficionado i mean serious keep melody i will say this though we used to mock you know some of your oh obscure presidents used to being past tense yes because calvin coolidge which we finally looked into so glad you did yeah me too.
"lenin stalin" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Is hideous and and has been the subject of a certain measure of controversy you'd obviously wasn't compulsory for three or to exempt this gift from china and i think we we have to factor in the possibility that the the chinese communist party of kind of winding everybody up here but wh what was it wise to take the statue i think it's quite quite routes refused wouldn't be one of those one former british prime minister being given a gift of a horse in the former soviet union rather undiplomatic source saying that promised didn't know what to do with it you know so i think sometimes when these guests come from overseas it's quite sensitive diplomatic conundrum and i think they probably did have to accept it really i mean i the point stephanie makes the influence is really interesting i mean obviously i spent many years in in russia and i i'm pretty sure i'm writing san in soviet times in order to get any undergraduate university degree you had to pass modules in marxismleninism and wonderful scientific communism so if you didn't on physics or let's cheer whatever and i also had the fortune to show how enjoying his legacy was wants to me a very old gentleman in the early nineteen nineties whose name was melts marx engels lenin stalin on his parents theory i think you must been born at twenty four days his parents had chosen the name that was his name amazing stephanie james sort of alluded earlier to the policy sort of usually made on marx's behalf that you know it's it's not his fault that literally every regime that has ever tried to put his ideas into practice has more or less entirely ruined the country on which it was imposed is he sort of absolve do you think can you actually detach the man from his ideas.
"lenin stalin" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"People are sleeping under somebody's russia today has an economy roth like that period as exports oil and wheat i'm states return to see what through pre first of were economy and not just since part the problem of russia's economic development as hasn't looked forward to sort of spent 100 years going back to where it will and in a way i would like to have the refuse from quantity sidelined because humans since is saying that kind of deeper his truck russia wants repealed to let a close is in a sense afraid looping shooting uh door we shall see this global lenin choice steppingstones with chainreaction across the world who spread communism everywhere and so inside russia always often our debate entirely in terms of what did two russians did you anything pool russians would be doctoral without agents whom but if we go back a hundred years of course the the leaders with the communist movement were release pink to your russia just as one piece on the juckes will over worldwide revolution and that in a sense is now um an illusion nikolai core mission strong substantial hall keonwook's the kremlin be to change people's perceptions of what's happened 100 years ago all due to the soviet union way to change that will innocence the soviet union was fixed with this culture of lenin stalin had been discredited you crystal they are nonsense lending monsters great forseeing humane books same time uh ruthless leader what he's away today we see so some of course a significant subgroup of communist in russia who almost township full communist period.