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"luter" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:56 min | Last month

"luter" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Baptists southern baptists separated from northern. Baptists said we're going to form the sbc now from that time. The sbc has done everything to bend me on bent over backwards to acknowledge the horrors of the past to to to to to repent for the poor choices that were made all along the lines. I mean fred luter who who actually signed a statement later i. I'm definitely mentioned that on the eighteenth. Another statement also came out. Stick with this i. While he claims that they are those presidents who made the decision to sign. This document affirming The bat despite the message and saying critical race theory will not be a part of it. Accuses them of having the same ill. Intention of those slave of those baptists who were slave owners back in history. Yes he did indeed call them the theological architects of american slavery. He connected the dots historically speaking from current day to to the historic pass and that is exactly what crt does that is what people who don't profess to be christians do with crt to they say hey at some kind of as we've probably talked about a calf trap of saying hey if you're against crt if you're against what. I want you to do to be so called as ebron x. kindy says anti-racist that's because you're actually fragile that is because you are racist it couldn't be that hey some christians say that's an biblical way to look at things. Obviously racism is a sin. You can't love god and hates your brother for any reason. Whatever it is but let's look at a gospel centered way to enact that in preach that it has to be. No you're either for crt are your racist and you're not even just races but for slavery but these same people who are talking about racial reconciliation. So i in also already. We are seeing like you said in the beginning. A bad tree bears bad fruit and so it is already bearing the fruit of division. Don't you think that's that's intention. Remember at the beginning. I told you about the presuppositions connected with. Crt the whole purpose of it is to overturn structures overturn power structures and so it's interest has nothing to do with reconciliation of any kind it's interest has to do with. You're seeing a white power structure in this instance it's the nbc and the desire is to overturn it. That's that's the point. They those who advocate this position will not stop until that takes place okay. Let's end if you could sum up. We could spend two hours talking about this. You have spent two hours talking about this. But why critical race theory is counter to the gospel in why the gospel is.

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"luter" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

03:34 min | 3 months ago

"luter" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Oddball choices off of war. Came out of the entira tron my interviewing machine and this idea of first person storytelling. I'm not sure which came first. I think the entire tron came before this obsession with the first person although they kind of happened at the same time By phil mr death about an electric chair man and holocaust denier fred. Luter junior would have been an entire tron film save for the fact that the material became so controversial. It's really interesting. I wanted it to be one character film. But i couldn't because it involved holocaust denial as it turns out. I am a jew and i believe that the holocaust happened. I've never had any reason to doubt that it happened. But i've always. I've always been fascinated by people denying stuff because after all it seems to be a tickly now in our day and age it seems to be the central element of human existence. All you have to do is look at the results from this last presidential election. The understand that denial is sort of what we're all of our. When i made the fog of war it was my opportunity. I saw it as an opportunity. To really indulge in first person storytelling. I would not interview anybody. Else is a reviewer. Who asked me after. The fog of war came out. Are you aware that you interviewed. Only one person. Yeah i i was aware yes i gave her asking and what happens when you interview. One person on things happen least from me. They happen all of a sudden. It becomes a very different kind of movie. In mcnamara's case it became a movie about a guy trying to figure out himself who he is who he was was a good man. A bad man. It became an investigation of self self. And that's to me really fascinating story in and of itself. People have a lot of trouble wrapping their heads around the fact. That documentary can be a lot of different kinds of things. You can have mysteries like thin blue line. You can seek to solve the mystery of who killed the cop. Was this guy or that guy. But this is a different kind of mystery and the compelling nature of the story is not the redemptive part of it. I don't think there is a redemptive part to.

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"luter" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

02:48 min | 3 months ago

"luter" Discussed on The Big Picture

"I am delighted to be rejoined by the great morris. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you for having me on. This film feels of peace with <hes>. The fog of war and the unknown to me these memory. Pieces with these elusive. Almost mythical characters. Why did you make this movie. One thing what you just said is music to my ears. I've been trying to explain in a number of interviews. I'm not exactly sure why part because it interests me the similarities between my psychedelic love story and the fog of war. So hearing you say it unprompted thank you. You're welcome picked up on that no absolutely <hes>. The result of making certain oddball choices off of war. Came out of the entira tron my interviewing machine and this idea of first person storytelling. I'm not sure which came first. I think the entire tron came before this obsession with the first person although they kind of happened at the same time <hes>. By phil mr death about an electric chair man and holocaust denier fred. Luter junior would have been an entire tron film save for the fact that the material became so controversial. It's really interesting. I wanted it to be one character film. But i couldn't because it involved holocaust denial as it turns out. I am a jew and i believe that the holocaust happened. I've never had any reason to doubt that it happened. But i've always. I've always been fascinated by people denying stuff because after all it seems to be a tickly now in our day and age it seems to be the central element of human existence. All you have to do is look at the results from this last presidential election. The understand that denial is sort of what we're all of our. When i made the fog of war it was my opportunity. I saw it as an opportunity. To really indulge in first person storytelling.

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Errol Morris on Dr. Strangelove

The Big Picture

02:48 min | 3 months ago

Errol Morris on Dr. Strangelove

"I am delighted to be rejoined by the great morris. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you for having me on. This film feels of peace with The fog of war and the unknown to me these memory. Pieces with these elusive. Almost mythical characters. Why did you make this movie. One thing what you just said is music to my ears. I've been trying to explain in a number of interviews. I'm not exactly sure why part because it interests me the similarities between my psychedelic love story and the fog of war. So hearing you say it unprompted thank you. You're welcome picked up on that no absolutely The result of making certain oddball choices off of war. Came out of the entira tron my interviewing machine and this idea of first person storytelling. I'm not sure which came first. I think the entire tron came before this obsession with the first person although they kind of happened at the same time By phil mr death about an electric chair man and holocaust denier fred. Luter junior would have been an entire tron film save for the fact that the material became so controversial. It's really interesting. I wanted it to be one character film. But i couldn't because it involved holocaust denial as it turns out. I am a jew and i believe that the holocaust happened. I've never had any reason to doubt that it happened. But i've always. I've always been fascinated by people denying stuff because after all it seems to be a tickly now in our day and age it seems to be the central element of human existence. All you have to do is look at the results from this last presidential election. The understand that denial is sort of what we're all of our. When i made the fog of war it was my opportunity. I saw it as an opportunity. To really indulge in first person storytelling.

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"luter" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

05:42 min | 6 months ago

"luter" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"I had gone with Mario Lopez wwl Mario Lopez join me now on soon from selling sunset on Netflix Heather the young welcome to the show they're how are you? I'm well. So yesterday I was talking to. The president of NBC studios and Tracy Whitfield and the people all the head of peacock. The reason I'm telling you this is because they were on a very heated discussion. I go where I go Dan what's going on there were talking about selling sunset. Go. Oh my God. Power. So you've got big fans is you know over on Big Discussion. About whether they like Chris Dodd and they feel bad for her because she got she got dom. something. I want to talk out of pocket but it was something along those lines here her her ex Alfred divorce through tax nothing. Oh. That's cold as ICE. Cold as ice I mean I don't even know the particulars, but that doesn't seem very nice. Am I wrong or was it? It was wrong for sure they would have. Young resigned. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No that you can't do dirty like that. That's I'm getting invested. Now this talk in the middle of this. Anyway where you were you speaking to me from right now at the moment I in Anaheim Fiancee's office relatively office. So I from my podcast interviews they're. Being at home with the kids well, congratulations on the upcoming marriage and so you really are real estate agent. This isn't like. We aren't casting reality or pardon me realtors here. This is your real real real estate agents. Yeah. We are I've been a real taste for almost six years actually closed on a house yesterday. Program number three point one, MILLION DOLLAR LISTING DOWN IN NEW YORK. So I'm dying Newport beach whole time but I grew up in L. A. Arts back and forth law and I do a lot of time calls now. So what am I? So far, and also because the virus not been kind of like searching being how real estate. Agent yes. Could. And Fiance to right. No. No? The business he's in the business. Yeah. So that's good. Yeah. Yeah. My my fiancee by a TV flip flop influence one though really exciting Wednesday business than unique that actually met like totally suffered. Business. How it works out that that did work out. Well, let me let me take this opportunity out something on a personal level. Since in the real estate business has this pandemic. Of How has it affected? The prices are the interest rates really down is a good time to buy sell with the deal. Yeah the interest rate are slimmer. Lozo is a good time to buy, but there's a lot of. Especially here in California I'm looking for. and we're getting outfit. So we'll go in off ran in eight offers multiple over asking. So it's it's not a lot in right now only that will get a little bit better but. For Great. Right. Now, it's good time to buy. If you want faithful price with on you WANNA, get a deal I would I would suggest waiting. Okay. Good. Good Advice. They'll all much. Along it's hard to say, honestly I think there's GonNa be a shift probably within the next six months I think when everything gets caught up from what we've been dealing with for the last six months by I don't think people are realizing what's GonNa Happen I mean I can't predict everything but I think there is going to be a shift. Okay. Good to hear. Good to hear. Well, congrats on season three Selig sunset just recently debuted what what's going on with you as we enter the season. Yes so it was. Season One. And season two like we didn't. Really..

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"luter" Discussed on Locatora Radio

Locatora Radio

05:42 min | 8 months ago

"luter" Discussed on Locatora Radio

"It like you. Got Me really fucking heated, and I like shared Oh my close friend circle, and I was like look. This is what my gym did. And this is really freaking. Bothering me because you would be okay. Shooting a quote Luter as opposed to having your windows broken and I think just the sheer. I don't know just the sheer ignorance of being able. Share an assault rifle on your instagram story and not feel like there would be any repercussion is truly astounding to me, and so it was really bothering me, and it was late at night it was maybe eleven thirty almost midnight, and I just started thinking about just historically all the people that kill black people, black men, black children in the name of protecting their property, and I kept thinking about Trayvon. Martin and George Zimmerman and it just really got my blood boiling, and so typically I won't call someone in via social media if I feel like these people are really conservative. Whatever I say isn't going to change their mind. Some not gonNA waste my energy on it, but because I'm a paying member of this gym I was like you know what I am going to call in. It's an excellent Jim. I pay a assize -ly monthly. Do a monthly fees so i. think that as a patron that I should be able to call in and just express my thoughts and opinions, and so I did I call in and I was like this is really dangerous. That you're sharing this type of content on your social media like I can't. I can't understand what it's like to own a storefront and I won't pretend to understand what this is really dangerous what you're doing and so I and then I also shared some different organizations that they can get behind and donate to and booths, and all of that with their other members. And they responded. They responded as you would expect. Basically saying I'm aware that people are going to have their own opinions, but frankly I don't care. What we have to do to protect our shop. That is the home for many Blah Blah. Blah Blah and so then I responded like look. I may not be a business owner, but I am a content creator and what you share on your social media platforms had a lot of weight, and that's why I think that you should not be sharing your rifles on your social media, because it sends people the wrong message that they can take matters into their own hands, it can protect their property and literally kill people. And that was that I left it at that I'm definitely cancelling membership. There's no way that I'm GONNA give my hard-earned money to that type of business and another listener, actually a friend of mine. She also tried calling in because she was a member at that gym as well and it just didn't go anywhere, so I think that this current moment is just showing us where people's where people are in their life, and where they are in the moment, and if they're even supportive of the movement at all, and so I think it's definitely given me a moment or some time to reflect on where I'm putting my dollars where I'm supporting and where I'm going to redirected to. One hundred percent and I mean let's not have such short term memory loss that we for guy that at the opportunity, the government had to support small businesses at the height of the pandemic when I hit, and when everybody was losing their jobs and businesses reclosing, who was the federal government approving aid and pay paycheck protection for corporation. Let's not pretend all of a sudden Changi. The federal government and that the state and that the city or the county have given any kind of a shit about small business owners, especially small business owners who are people of color like. Let's not forget the history of predatory lending the way that the. Super, predatory take everything that they can get the way back that we have no problem tearing down housing and businesses to make way for corporations, and for luxury high rises like I really am not buying the disingenuous. You know all of a sudden. These small businesses are so precious to us. As a society I haven't seen a really yet, and it's like look I'm sorry, but you're a gym. Gym and the last time I checked, the gyms were not really considered essential services and are still closed. Are They not like so? There's so much also like the self importance that I'm seeing from people like my dude. Nobody is coming to your neighborhood. No one's coming to your house. And honestly what I've been seeing to on the news and from a lot of small business owners themselves verifying. We put a sign in our window that said immigrant family owned, and we were left alone. We stood outside of our business and told the looters were immigrant owned family owned, and they skipped us. You know that's not to say that there are people. Violently and aggressively. Let's perspective you know right and I also am seeing like something disingenuous. Happening I'm glad that you brought that up. where I feel like people are now because they're learning that that potential looters leave you alone. If you're like Latin zoolander, immigrant owned and I feel like people are now putting that on their businesses, but don't actually believe it actually support black lives. Lives matter and I. Say that because yesterday I was in weightier and I saw this flower shop that said has it was boarded up in Hashtag, black lives matter, and then it's at Hashtag Whittier strong, and would your.

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"luter" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"luter" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"And Girls Comrades and company Hero's welcome to a special edition of the fifth column podcast onto that cadence. It's just like Camille. And if you're listening to this you might have gotten it through our patriotic which we've finally launched and you will have gotten this early if you haven't gotten into early. We do stagger this a little bit and eventually give it to you cheapskates. Who Don't help us defray are Qasr by subscribing driving? But if you don't we hoped we'd against you I mean we do but we don't tell you that a very special one this time when I was quite excited to do Morris. I think it's probably America's most famous documentarian because if not errol Then maybe Ken Burns so we got to come into the studio and I did a one on one with him About a week ago deliver week ago when his film American Dharma opened in New New York was opening the following day in Los Angeles. But the interesting thing about this as Morris who you if you don't know him you might have seen one of his films act of killing Unknown known which is a film about Don Rumsfeld which was famous in Toronto? where he you know looks down the barrel of the camera to his subject And My name is of course. The fog of war Most of his recent one which is a incredible film about Robert McNamara. One of the architects of the Vietnam War in the funny thing about that film is that actually brought him to the film he just made. Because Steve Bannon who is the subject of American Dharma tells Aero Moore's in the film American Dharma that he was profoundly influenced influenced in his politics by watching the film about Robert McNamara and seeing these horrible technocrats that ruined the world and in Morris is a bit taken aback by this but so we sat down and we discuss. That film has news film. We've discussed. He's he's from Dr Death kind of overlooked one from I think nineteen ninety nine and about a guy named Fred later which I think. He Pronounces Leuchter or looked Dr a Boston with heavy Boston accent. WHO makes a death row devices? Shall we say how does this execution devices. And he also became quite a notable Holocaust. Denier so Morris has an incredible when we talk about him quite a bit and and it's a great meandering conversation. And Morris has a great prickly interviewer interviewee. He's a great interviewer on the other end he's a little a little difficult culpa but I mean that in the most positive way ahead of a fantastic time but the interesting thing about this film because it was shot in two thousand eighteen and is now what November two two thousand nine hundred and in the kind of time. If you think about this a little bit were you making a political contemporaneous political film. That's a lot of time. Because because Steve Bannon influences waxed and waned he's been sort of A friend of the White House. He's been inside the White House. He's been on the outs with the White House. He is now making podcast from these so-called Breitbart embassy in Washington DC Defending the president from impeachment charges So he's all over the place. He kinda random these campaigns in Europe which I made a little film about for the Vice HBO show. He's been all over the place. So why hasn't this. Well we're going to talk about that and in this podcast but just put it this way. We talk about no platforming because is despite the fact that Steve Bannon has had a platform in the White House and running the campaign of the current president. They're a bunch of people who believe at this film shouldn't have been released and he should be no platform because to hear Steve. Bannon is to be poisonous. Influenced by Steve Benham. It's crazy right so on on the Friday that I recorded this evening ban more his his his Opening opening of the film at the Film Forum in New York City I was going to go. I couldn't make it and he was doing a one on one A. Q.. And A. With his son Hamilton Morris. who does WHO's a colleague of mine does a great show on vice land where my no new show is by the way. Yeah the weirdly called impeachment show but Anyway Watch Hamilton show Hamilton's Pharmacopoeia so Hamilton to Morris's onstage with him and a friend of mine sent me an email and it's a image that says it's a piece of paper pink jet kind of print with a blue piece of tape stuck on the wall of a bathroom and the phone form and there's a quote on this piece of paper. The ethics thing thing to me is not a terribly interesting argument. Sorry Errol Morris Indie wire ten eleven two thousand eighteen so a quote from him here and then beneath that it says there are real world consequences to getting Steve Bannon another platform. Please reconsider supporting this film Film Forum provides ventures in exchange for return tickets. So have you seen the premiere of his film asking You. A little piece of paper stuck to the wall in the bathroom to walk out. This is in the stall. So that is what Earl Morris has been facing for even talking to Steve Bannon so that no platforming idea We discuss Along with other things. So let's get to it. This is my conversation Shen last week. With the great filmmaker Errol Morris Errol Morris. Thanks for joining me. Let's talk about the new film American in Dharma Steve Bannon. This took a while to get to theaters and it premiered less September Venice. And it's coming out now. Why why the delay because no one wanted to distribute the movie? But it wasn't because it wasn't a good movie I've seen the movie. It's a terrific. Maybe it was for political reasons. I think it's my best movie movie self-serving of me to say so but yes. I think it's my best movie. Why do you say say that? I mean you've made some pretty incredible movies. I'm in fog of war of course known unknowns and go back into line obviously why is this one better than all those because it pushes a lot of techniques that interest me one step further than I seen them pushed before no one talks about. The movie is a movie. They don't now not really. It's a political statement and they debate the politics of someone someone asked me to blur. The question's been asked in the last couple of days but someone asked me will wind people get so infuriated by this movie What exactly did you do actually? It's a line that comes from my son when he was about five or six years old. He said Dad don't you no. I'm an annoying fire. And indeed he is and his father is also evidently and annoy of fire and noyer fire and annoying oil fire. And why why he did people react this way too. The film I it premiers ears at the Venice Film Festival to a Standing Ovation long standing ovation long standing ovation through the entire final credit sequence. I go back to my hotel room and I read the first reviews which are among the nastiest reviews. I have ever read. is one. I imagine you're referencing in particular that I was I'm very partisan on this in the sense that I loved the film and hated all the reviews. The first one that I read was this one. Variety righty which seemed to have had a problem with Steve. Bannon with you it was. It was an extended debate with Steve. Steve Bannon political ideas and didn't engage with the film at all. I mean that seems to. It'd be kind of a common thing. And that seems to be the point of contention here is that people don't like Bannon. I mean this is I mean you blamed it at one point. You blamed the you know. The the difficulty eighteen distribution on David Ramnik explained that well. I wouldn't blame David remnant per se in the sense the claim claim is that REMM nick was out to get me and my movie but in the weeks preceding the Venice Premiere. He says the great term. He D Platform Steve Bannon from the New Yorker Festival her and in doing that and in writing this excuse for why he did it. It was if he gave gave permission to everybody. Oh this is how you do it. You D platform the guy e can't do any damage edge really if he can't be seen or heard well. This is really nut so Two plus years out D platforming bannon really hasn't happened but even if it did do you think that's. That's what's GonNa make us safe. And it's going to protect us from Roy Appearance Of American fascism. That GonNa do the trick. Thank you and your country safe. Well that's the idea right. I mean this isn't this isn't never come up with any of your other films. I mean obviously did. Ah like with like Fred Leuchter. WHO said Holocaust and iron? He's in the film. Denying the Holocaust and I don't recall anyone saying you know early. No you shouldn't put him on the screen because there were plenty of people. There were people who did that. Yes really yes is there. Is there a difference in a degree now. That David Remnant is doing it when people in the media during different. What's different now is? There's the Internet that makes everything different my electric chair Repairman and Holocaust denier. Fred Luter I read about on the front page of guess. What The New York Times blow the full page one but page from one of the New York Times article can capital punishment be humane way? I always describe it as taking the out out of the death penalty. I thought it was really going to hurt. And it turned out to be an enormously pleasant experience. So there's this article about Fred designing lethal injection systems electric chairs Gallos. I guess you would say the whole nine yards at the very end of the article. They mentioned the Holocaust denier and the he contributed to this infamous pamphlet written by a Canadian German Neo Nazi earns Zundel. Yes did six million really die and the combination of electric chair Repairman and Holocaust. Denier convince me movie. You'RE GONNA make in those days. I think today if that article appeared there'd be a hundred and fifty thousand documentary filmmakers all over it back. Then just me me me me me alone nutso.

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"luter" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"luter" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Any. Let's say in terms of just insane. Yes in terms of style errol errol I'm just curious. Why did you not use the entire? I'm maybe butchering the pronunciation. But the that famous okay good. I always liked to do something different. I also felt that it was important for me to be confronting baton added that I be in that same frame and so in the end we decided to do it differently. 'cause the line. I very much like for Philip. Glass a composer that I've worked with. We've done five films together. Philip One's told me they can always copy what you've done but they can never copy what you're GonNa do and one of the pleasures of filmmaking for me and ongoing pleasure is finding out different in new ways to do it so this movie is different from what I've done before that's fine. Happy to hear it. Yeah I it's it's an amazing career especially I'm looking back at some of these other movies and it was funny watching watching it last night. It made me realize you know ban. As you said You'd I don't share his beliefs but I when I was watching Mr Death I remember thinking this guy. Has this strange allure overby. This creepy kind of charisma. And then you know. The bottom falls finally isn't anti-semite this guy's nuts but it was was interesting. You mentioned how fog a border certain commonalities you might see with McNamara abandoned but I was thinking of Mr Death may maybe just because one of my favorite movies if yours but while watching American Dharma I saw lawful lot about Mr death as well you should read is perhaps by ultimate self deceived character so uh-huh Fred is a Holocaust denier and an electric chair designer and repair man. He's The maytag man for the hell. We're down in the death chamber in Nashville Tennessee. They and we're shooting seeing with the the electric chair that he built an installed or as he would describe it. It's my electric chair system. He tells us in the movie that he drinks forty cups of coffee a day. He's an basin chain smoker. I don't know how many packs he's a chimney five six seven eight packs of cigarettes a day so amazing. He's still alive every time I'm he's smoking a cigarette. And we put the camera on he stubs the cigarette out so I say Fred at this is Mr Death Fred. luter Fred how comfy won't allow us to fill new smoking a cigarette there. He is the electric chair in the background. You looks at me in complete earnestness and says you have to understand. I'm a role model for children. The kind of thing I live for. Yes you've got me. I'm a connoisseur of human. Insanity is nothing that gives me greater pleasure than talking to crazy people. Okay it's a weakness. I'm sorry endlessly fascinates the how people are incapable of seeing themselves and I may be like them. I'm not saying excluded from all of this. People are incapable of seeing who who they are. What they're saying what they're doing bannon can throw around with his three shirts you know? His Workman Gabon. Sorry interrupted A. Why does he wear three shirts all the time? What the Hell is that about? Well the best answer I heard came from a my wardrobe person and I said what the Hell is the three shirts about and you said Oh. It's the high detail you know that makes sense to me thank you. That's funny one more just because I loved this dog so much and it doesn't get nearly enough play by fast cheap and out of control again a look of people to see it. It's so great air because you know what it's about it's Kinda like what you're describing here with insanity it's about obsessive people who centric interests and I just I love that theme and the Lion Tamer like everything about that. Movie is brilliant. I wish more people talked about fast. Cheap you've been out of control and they talked about your career. Oh thank you. I love that movie to American. Dharma is currently in theaters. Encourage everyone to go see it. It is a portrait of Stephen K.. Bannon and as always whenever errol Morris but something. It's a must watch appreciate the laughs. Appreciate your work as always thank you so much..

"luter" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

14:36 min | 1 year ago

"luter" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Aaron with Arab horse. What were your first experiences with interviewing like like what was the first time you set up mics and tape someone? Can I even remember. I do remember fairly well when I started recording interviews with murderers I imagined and for whatever misguided reason that I was going to do a PhD thesis on the Insanity which interested me that it still interests dress me in. Saudi is a really interesting concept and those days had very little little money. Has Sony Tape Recorder Cassette Tape Recorder. I would put it down on a table usually was already running. I would very rarely ask permission. May I tape this. Is that okay with you. Instead I would put tape recorder down already running clearly visible clearly visible as tape recorder and proceed. It's slow the better way to describe it. It's the shut the fuck up school of Interviewing based on shutting the fuck up and letting other people talk. Because you never know what you're going to hear just watched your newest movie American Dharma. Yes and the first thing I was thinking about in in the wake of watching it was that Shut the fuck up and listen edict and the points in the movie movie where you do so although I do less of that in American Dharma than in most of the films that I've made but please do well. That was what I was going to ask. Skew about is what are the exceptions to the shut the fuck up and listen role. How do you choose how active to be in an interview of that kind? I'm not sure there's an algorithm that I could point to. There are certainly times when it just got to be too much and I felt that I had to say something but the idea is to figure out something about Bannon. Who is this guy? If it's true and I believe it's more or less true that he was responsible for Electing Donald Trump and twenty sixteen gene. happen? I would think everybody in America or it should be at least a lot of people in America should be interested in in this question. How the fuck did this happen? How did it happen and why this is an interesting question? I certainly it's at the heart of my discussions with Steve. Bannon is history chaotic nor is there some rhyme and reason to history so. I know that Dan is in love with various. Cyclical theories of history. The history is this vast turning wheel that keeps bringing up the same themes the same issues periodically. And who are we. We're the people who are destined to do what we're destined to do. The film and Dharma Duty Destiny. All these D- words so on one hand you have this guy. Hi in love with the Crusades you know why not go back a thousand years and relive all of the nightmares of history. Why not fragment the world into pieces so that we can have small nation states as we had in Europe the twentieth century with if memory serves me correctly quite dismal results and on the other side of the table because we are talking to each other across cross table? I think it's made of sensitive Antique Bowling Alley would or something. I don't know that on the other side of the table. You have me me. Who Really ABC's history is chaotic insane unpredictable a roulette ball bouncing around on a gaming table? One question I asked myself while making this film if Western civilization is coming to an end which it very well might be what caused it and I could come up with no better explanation than one man's irresistible desired to post pictures of his Dick on the Internet. Could someone like Anthony. Weiner destroy not just America but everything else is well. It appeals to me. It's perverse. It's sad it's stupid and Bannon. If anything thing is this insane opportunist a guy who sees away to put his foot in the crack of the door and wedged reg in there so you can't close it. Under any circumstances the opportunities of the Internet which other people a lot of other other people fail to understand or use someone he said to me. I can't even remember probably in an interview about the film saying well. You know sex really wasn't part of the twenty twenty sixteen election and I would say a really you really sort of believe that it was all about sex and it wasn't about glass ceiling sex. It was about something far uglier. You're in darker the whole way. Sex was used Pan and smiling like the cat who ate canary with this look of supreme self-satisfaction as the Clinton accusers come into the room. Before the second debate it the Weiner ad which I find quite remarkable I put it in American Dharma where they associate wieners. Dick pics with Hillary's emails. And they do it in a way. That's effective the touches. Some kind of nerve so the kind of dark bullshit it's at the heart of Bannon Annan is something that we all should pay attention to. I know that the film most clearly echoes McNamara. Jack Namara and the fog of war in your own movie graffiti but the movie that I actually found myself thinking of the most in the wake of it was the movie the made about going to mess around the name. Fred Leuchter Fred. Luter the Fred Leuchter. Here's some interesting factoid about Fred luter. Who is Holocaust denier and electric chair repairman somewhat of an accidental Holocaust denier or a holocaust cost denier by misadventure? Well I would say every single one of the movies I've ever made as a mystery and there is a mystery mystery about Fred luter crystal. I did not name the movie correctly. It should have been called honeymoon moon in outfits and if ever I can change the name I will do so gladly. Did you make an attempt to title at that. People said bad bad idea but beginning at so many bad ideas I feel like it is true. That is it Mr death or doctor. Death was the final well. He wasn't a doctor a he was a Mr. So it's Mr Death and then people think he's Dr deathbed title. Can I talk about that movie a lot and no one ever says. I've also seen that movie Eh. Blend the title. But it's a really interesting study of a person who through opportunism Joins a movement meant. That was kind of the ultimate Tabu movement of its time. And you've now made another film about someone who's the figurehead of Tabu movement. Well that's nice to hear. See with Fred. Luter on he did have his honeymoon in Auschwitz. By the way it's not just a proposed title. It's description of where he chose. I was endlessly fascinated by Fred. I'm endlessly fascinated. Aided by Anti Semitism is suppose I was nine years old. Some kid in the neighborhood. I Ju by the way called me a Christ ice killer likewise by the way you also recalled a Christ killer. No I'm also I've never been called a Christ guy I think that's that's period insult. I think it's a period insult assault. Maybe so I'm called a Christ killer. I don't know what the kid is talking about so I go home to my mom and I say mom someone just call me a Christ killer are. What's that about and my mother explains to me? Well dear that's Anti Semitism and and I said well. I know what to do next time. Next time. Someone calls me a Christ killer. I say I promise never to do it again and say I'm sorry so with Fred is an anti Semite publishing these books and pamphlets with various anti Semitic organizations Holocaust deniers the worst worse than the worst. And you know he drives a lot of people batch it crazy. How dare you? How dare you say this? How dare you say that? But that's where I kind of step up. If that's how you want to describe I wanNA know what. How did he end up in this bizarre position is he really an anti Semite? What is Anti Semitism mean at? Its heart I suppose if you say anti Semitic things you consort with Anti Semites but to me Fred. Leuchter speaks to something far more disturbing the human capacity for credulity the capacity to believe anything under any set of circumstances. Our brains are like mashed potatoes. Even nowadays I mean one of the things that so disheartening about politics and is a million things. Disheartening about politics. Is You watch people people capable of believing anything rationalizing anything as if nothing really matters anymore. Truth doesn't matter rationality doesn't matter. Some kind of coherent argument for one thing over another doesn't matter was. Was it always this way. We did go through most of history leaving in religious mythologies that we find irrational rational. I think part of what for me feels the scariest about this. You refer to being scared quite literally in American Dharma. This gives me Mesa. Fear is the feeling of scare. I'm still I'm still scared to the feeling of going backwards. You know if we had just come out of the cave and it was unsafe but it was an improvement or at least. We're sort of on the positive projector always as a kid when I learned about the Holocaust is a young Ju. It's that feeling of turning back towards barbarism turning the busts of humanity around that is really scary and I think that American Dharma dramatizes that pretty effectively Am curious like when you thought. Okay I'm GonNa tell the last story the last two a years since trump has been president. How do you start telling that history that history? That is the necessary back story to what you're interviewing. Thanks Steve Bannon about well. There's a confusion right at the beginning. What we're talking about is an interview? I don't know what interviews are interviews can be a lot of things often when people say. Well it's an interview. It's by way of saying well. We all all know what an interview is. Well maybe we all know it an interview is I don't know what an interview is. I'm quite unclear about what it is but I am a little bit more clear about what I was trying to do in making this movie and it wasn't just simply to interview Steve Bannon. Although that was part of it it was also to allow. ooh Steve Bannon to talk so that I could figure out some things about who he is and why. He's doing what he's doing. And I think this pisses people off instead of D platforming bannon. It's allowing bannon speak. Why 'cause I'm interested in so kill me Sorry Hey I'm gonNA pause things here. 'cause I wanNA tell you about our sponsor this week. It's the Masters Program.

"luter" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

15:09 min | 1 year ago

"luter" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"So I'll leave and into you seven and then bullets we did that we sell it when we did the first beach bags one totally are there because that was because we did the polk costs I literally put my stuff in my case I just want to make sure that we much okay yeah I think you also do have to come back and I'll come to you now I know where you live Oh yeah you can come to my house see the triffid sticky all it's a youtube channel where you've got where you'll giving free pr masterclasses but I think that this is my time to do stuff right so with me it's the last ten years of I've been bringing my kids from babies R I wouldn't have been able to do that right I wouldn't be able to do I'm doing now and as much as what I'm doing now five years ago six seven years ago and because I just didn't have the bandwidth but also didn't have the emotion November to deal with to deal with things with bringing up more children and they didn't sleep all the usual stuff that happens we've kids nothing particularly special to mind but it but the the thing would be banks is that it started as a very small idea and it was never meant to be anything other than Oh there's all this waste what's happening over there and there's all this beauty stuff that gets Radovan all of this whatever and there's shitloads of people over there that can't afford to be unclean right so we have to take the from the haves and give to the have not so it wasn't supposed to be anything more than that and I think the got it has taken off is very bittersweet because actually it's not a nice thing and knowing that children are going to school and not being able to wash properly or the families sharing to brushes because and as you say on the beginning of your ads with your break does these comes in through the mouth right I'm talking about the Zendu denied it but the district these I do know that actually I do know them. That's why you should never share a toothbrush because most diseases able to go in through the mouth so if you're using a toothbrush four five other people using the same time you are going to get nick it's not romantic people unless you unless you work on a farm apparently according to your nutritionist woman was that she says if you work on a foam then you have so you never you basically never get ill because you've rolled around and shit and mark since the day you were born we are I mean I know you said this place is clean but honestly I think there's a lot to be said for the yeah exactly you do need a little bit but yeah so it's kind of it wasn't supposed to be anything I think but I think the reason that people have been so supportive of it is because we can overlay right so we can all you know what it's like when you've will and you haven't been able to have a shower and you have everything that's an or you want to do when you start to feel better is to have a hot bath or shower or you've been somewhere and you've been day and you've been in the city or wherever you come back and you Tony Tunnels I go under the name we wouldn't let me your nose and it's all oh it's so bad the minute I come in for the door after getting off the train the first thing that I do is wash my hands that I can't do anything my hands and nothing not being luter wash your clothes properly because you can't afford soap powder would that all of those things that everyone can relate to that feeling so it you know it's sort of taken off in a way that is just heartbreaking yes but it is you know is very is labor intensive and it's timing intensive but you switch it on you can't switch off and also it's not purely altruistic get a lot of it from an again because I guess so angry and so did sally actually go get so angry about the injustices in this I get so angry about the piled gets swept up on the beach in Greece because his parents tried to flee a warrant ordinary I get so angry about poverty and eloquent inequality Boris Johnson brackets so angry about all those things but I can channel into this and know that at least I'm doing something you know and it's not it's not going to help brexit it's not GonNa be actually people who brexit's actually gonNA make poverty in this country worse because people who are poor get poorer went up to Ford when food prices go we're going to be able to afford food that they fought already but at least I know when I get angry this when I get when I see I don't know if you've been to marble arch recently but you'd go pause there there's a makeshift sort of Tent City where people living because they don't have any live and when I see stuff like that I still angry by channel it into bt banks thought is who interesting because I've been really struggling with the fact the it's so easy to check out politics I'm be destructed by things like love island I'm making a very very simplistic during of the situation but I feel a little bit like politics this is like I've got like level politics and actually in order to really engage I need to have politics because I try and engage it I still don't necessarily understand how some of the pieces fit together and why we got into this situation and then really widely I was watching season for free post drag race the Dan rather was on and he was talking about the more you check out and this bearing in mind season for is seven seasons ago yeah yeah he was and they'd have this whole challenge where they had to go up for President President and they had they did it could be the next it could be the next one I agree with that and so it was the debate they had they had like sure when they when he was he was going around the work woman saying this is why it's important and he was asking them all you engaged in politics and a lot of them really I think it's important but I don't really know how to volt he said the more you check out the more really unscrupulous people will be able to get into power without seven years ago and now trump is president obviously some moral values she's there sorry if I'm offending anyone who gives a shit if you put trunk that's your take note but it is just the point do you know what my husband said about trump the other day and it was really interesting my kids know who he is right my kids on their tenants said before but they know who he is and he does so cleverly or the people around him do so cleverly is they speak in terms the people understand and they get an it's not about wrapping things up in legislative language and complexities of politics that that's why people checkout I'm what he does is speak to people in very simple language that even a ten year old in seventy I can understand and whether you agree with his politics or not which for the record I do not I think the mode of communication and the way that he peers himself what he does meets means in very simple terms then so will most people because most of us don't have a clue about politics we don't and you know it's it's it's frustrating like I think I think people who do know about politics a quite sort of they tend to make you feel shitty about yourself if you can't engage in station went actually you will vote is worth just as much as ever so do I don't think I think you can fall down a bit of a hole with it but in trustingly with beauty banks and I mean if you told me three years ago be running a charity I would have done everything in my power to stop that from happening like there is and this is where we are but the other thing and this is like the weirdest thing is we're we're part of an EP PG Now a why exactly right I had to Google it herself so there's no shame in this game it's an all party parliamentary group yes I know how we can wait is not so much very long story short one of my friends rob is well he's amazing and he he's he spent a lot of time in parliament lobbying for this the other and he's very good relationship with an MP called Carolyn Harris she's the MP for Swansea's is very poor part of Wales and I started to supply her with beat banks puzzles she could have them out in her constituents she opens up schools during the summer holidays make sandwiches for the kids whose parents you know she also get shit much she her son was before she was an MP her son was run over and tragically killed and he was about eight Martin and she couldn't afford to pay for his funeral and after she became an MP she's been lobbying government ever since she's Labor to she's in shadow government and she successfully lobbied government as part of an AP PG to get children's funerals under the age of sixteen paid for the state if the parents can't afford them and she's got online gambling cap on so that people can't keep gambling gambling gambling where you know people that do a impoverished situations and got themselves into bad situations so she's one of those people it just get stuff done and she has been needs to come on this poker honestly you'll love and she's hilarious she just however you definitely have to go to just to go back in MP before no shoes at dinner lady so okay so this is what I think is really interesting she was Dente Lady then After her son I believe it was after her son died the it was that she then went back she went to university got her degree and then stopped to helping as an assistant to her loco MP I think for free and then just started to work her way up a now she's yeah she's in she's the deputy Welsh but I think this is really interesting because I now feel like I have I have been checked. about politics I voted but I've never really been engaged in the way that will be used for the now I'm thinking well how can I be and it's really interesting Ted you talk about see banks because actually that does make difference yeah don't have to step up you don't have to go into a complete you've got platform here by getting people like Carolyn getting people who are we have this the period poverty charities who've been successfully lobbying government to get sanitary into schools and colleges that's now happening in secondary schools across the country from next term I think he's from next might be from January but it was in primary schools kids get an appears younger because of the hormones in morale's go and maybe she'll be this pg because that we the whole point of beauty banks was that we are putting a band aid over problem right we are so we're propping up government who should be who are failing people that depend on the welfare system that the welfare system is failing them for whatever reason it is we're propping up the government by and so now they're like Oh don't have to do without right 'cause they're doing over there well no that's absolute crap so the whole point of the PPG is the it becomes our higher purpose right so whilst we're supporting people living in poverty were also government for change and that's where the AP he comes in so it's about making sure that there are period products in primary schools as well as in secondary schools making sure that no kid has to go to school with her wearing doj you know all of those things so that's where with parts of Action Group to lobby change and I think that is an again like it maybe not all the way back but I mean you've never seen a wall of smugness I mean Cameron's is absolutely I mean let me just go on the record with that guy yeah so I was going to create cost this year and I just never got around to it because I couldn't actually find the information because this is an international audience I also wanted to me.

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"luter" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"luter" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

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"luter" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"luter" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Greta Thornburgh the the Swedish climate activist sixteen year old she did testify before a the US House Committee just yesterday and she told American lawmakers that other nations including hers in Sweden are using US inaction action as an excuse to do little to address the threat of climate change and during one point in her testimony Louisiana Republican Representative Gary Eric Graves at series of questions for Greta Third Berg asking her about You know what she would do cleaning up trash in the ocean it was an analogy that he used about the differing effects of national action and and here's that interaction let me ask you a question if you're sailing across the ocean and you're picking up trash along the way for every one piece of trash that you pick up. There's a boat right next dumping out five pieces. I would that make you feel first of all. We were going so fast. There wasn't an all right well. If you're slow sailer like be how would that make you feel well first of all if you use that logic than I am also dumping of trash in the ocean and then I would I would stop dumping might trash in the ocean and tell the other boat to stop dumping their trash in the ocean as well so that's climate activists Greta therm testifying before the US House Committee before US House Committee just yesterday in conversation there with Louisiana Republican Representative Garrett graves now Francesco Feminine the reason why aren't play that for you as graves was getting to a point which we hear frequently amongst national level lawmakers in this country that that that the US action on climate change why why right now should the US act aggressively when nations like India and China are continue can you to rise continued to be major consumers of energy and contributors to climate change that that is the difference between what political leaders say versus what I'm hearing you say there is emerging consensus on in the national security establishment ethic is because if you consider the United States and I think think many in our community do as a nation that should lead then then it's it's problematic if we step step away from the table and and use the excuse that well. Hey China and India aren't doing enough anyway and they're the top polluters China's the luter and therefore you know it's a game of chicken and why should we you know why why should we B B suckers in that in that game and I think that's that's just the wrong way to look at you know. US leadership potential also I'd say that there's certainly in effect I think we're already seeing it when the US steps away from the table and this is not to lead on addressing using this issue than that gives permission to other nations to to not take it seriously as well and I think that gives permission to you know so for example the Brazilian government to to pull back on its own commitments and so and also others and so I think that's problematic and honestly honestly I do think from a security perspective though you know no matter what China and Russia do we do need to make sure that we we make investments in climate adaptation Asian but also in reducing our emissions just because of the security consequences of of of climate change in what that'll do to US national security and we haven't really talked about it much but climate change is melting the Arctic creating a whole new ocean. China and Russia are taking advantage of that new strategic environment in the South China Sea. We have fish stocks moving northward. That's GonNa Bring the Chinese Navy and conflict with fishing fleets from neighboring countries that brings the United States into into the conflicts of potentially and so we have a com- a changing strategic environment that may be in some cases potentially benefiting our adversaries in some like Russia actually better prepared than the United States to operate in the Arctic Dick the have a you know over forty icebreakers whereas we have to and and so I think you know we should just be concerned about what is doing the geostrategic environment what that means is on a national security level so even if you're not thinking altruistically about what the US should be doing in the world. climate change is is is bad for us in terms of you know our relationship chip with other great powers like China and Russia and show. We do something on that level as well. Can I just add something else. Go ahead about just really quickly about that exchange with congressman graves and and Greta. I just want to add to my point earlier when I said that the reason we haven't done anything for a long time as because a lot of very big money interests haven't haven't been don't really don't want us to do it. Garrett graves is he is one of the top recipients of oil and gas money in the entire hire four hundred and thirty five member United States Congress and he's taken over five hundred thousand dollars from packs individuals affiliated with the oil and gas industry over the course of his career and that is more than he's received from any other industry and it's more than I mean in the twenty-eight teen election he receive more money from oil and gas than all but six current members of Congress. I mean you know I'm not saying. He doesn't actually believe those things but I'm saying that you know he's there for a reason and he's asking those questions to grow for a reason well. Let's go to clay who's calling from Townsend Vermont Klay. You're on the air hi there. Thanks for taking the call. Hey I wanted to briefly comment that I think the way that you intro to the show. Today is part of the problem of people understanding the climate changes. I'm just here because in your intro you said you know. What are your thoughts on climate change or do you think it's a do you think it's all just fearmongering and we're beyond we're beyond the question of whether it's all just fearmongering we know that climate change is real and that it's happening and so two to keep bassinet question. I think degrades the science in the reality of what's actually happening. Hastily thank you. Actually I want to say thank you for your call and a your observation there because it gives me a chance to explain why we do that because there's not a hundred percent uniformity of opinion on the climate change across this country. There may be an emerging consensus but not everyone feels the same way and I I just try to find ways to be sure to like keep an open table here so that folks Americans who might might not think it's has urgent of an issue feel that they can call in and share their thoughts and weaken can engage with those people as well so it's kind of more of a rhetorical device then any kind of desire to undercut science but but Claire Really appreciate your call and pointing that out as well Emily Atkin. We've just got a minute and a half here left to go. I mean Claes Claes. Call actually leads me to a really interesting that you wrote in European about bill mckibben saying that for you know maybe fifteen twenty years folks who are working are concerned about climate change have been approaching this as an argument an argument to be one versus an actual fight. Can you tell us what what mckibben told you and why why you think that's really important. mckibben spent his life you know for the last thirty years writing books thinking that if he just simply said said the facts about climate change about what the National Security Community said about what the science said that he could just win this argument with people who are saying that it wasn't real and then after so many years because of all the money and the influence he realized that just the idea that this was a good good faith argument that that you know there is one side. That really didn't think that you know that really didn't think that climate change was real and all he had to provide read the information on that that wasn't legitimate that that it was just a tactic took to keep delaying so that these industries could keep making money because every every single year of delay is a year of profits and man of those prophets been amazing. We'll Emily Atkins. New Piece in the New Republic is titled the Blood Dimmed Tide Eight climate change is poised to alter the face of global conflict. We have a link to it at on point radio DOT ORG emily. Thank you so much for being with us. Thanks for having an freshness Francesco Femi- co-founder of the center for climate and Security Francesco thank you so much as well thanks Becca and by the way on Monday the UN climate summit convenes in the United States in New York doc we will be there in New York to talk about the world's resolved to take a measure of the world resolve to really halt climate change. 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"luter" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"luter" Discussed on KNSS

"S. Welcome back our final segment with Alex Jones here as we take your calls. Alex, a case that was really never solved in terms of motive was the Stephen paddock Las Vegas shooting. He killed fifty eight people when he was a top the Mandalay bay shooting down at the venue. What would cause somebody to go that nuts to do that? Well, again, I'm not saying what I'm about to say is one hundred percent accurate. This is what happened the morning after I got a call from members of the FBI hostage. Rescue team. You did I did through so much horses. And they said we want you to know that he visited the Middle East. He was a gun dealer. He was connected ISIS, and so the women he was involved with that he was a gun runner and the Saudi Arabians were in town for a big arms conference that they used meeting him as a gun deal as a way to get the weapons to try to embarrass Trump and America is back ten year navigate that was a big civil war going on in Saudi Arabia and Trump hadn't gone there yet. And then all of it came out and a lot of it became true than they never said what really happened there were multiple shooters all of it. So that's an incredible example of where this was real FBI the called me. This was real info the sources I had. So I went on air and said, I don't know if it's true, these are real FBI what they gave me was real Emma's accurate, and it came out to be the best theory on what really went down. Yeah. Tragedy tragic and notice they won't say what happened. No, it's it's just dried up. The media doesn't cover it. You see because they don't want you to question it. I'm glad you brought it up next up. Let's go to the calls. Let's go Tamargo in Portland Maine, east of the Rockies. Hello margo. Good morning. Abe Lincoln said you can fool some of the people all the time and other good things. But Mr. Jones, I do believe that they're always going to be a lot of people who believe bad things about you. And you have a very gruff voice. That scares the little child that we all have inside of us. So you have that problem. Also, I love your gruff recognizable voice. And you do talk about things that are. Hall for that kind of expressive nece controversial. He doesn't back voices blown out. But I'll try to know. I'm compliment trolley twelve tonight turn. My I I wanna give you something that nobody wants, and that's unasked for advice place. But when people come against you in this way. If you can say make eye contact whenever possible and say, let's talk. The bad things. You have heard about me and not true. No. I agree. I need long walkway or I get mad. And I've thought about that. I should say, hey, it's not true where humans talk to me. I agree. That's that's good. I just got an Email from someone who said Alex Jones. Believes that none of those children were killed in sandy hook. Now. This is after you've been on the air after you've said, you believe they're dead. And I don't want to on that. The same thing and three years ago. Exactly, they won't stop. I don't get it. It's like a talking point. I'll sleeping giants. The Democrats run nothing. Democrats. Just democrats. Good people to know. I agree. But it's group run by thank tanks, and they just have millions of people. They just tell them ally. And I say, oh, Email these people say this is happening. So what do we do about that? We're we're on air being real talking about this. And I say don't have him on attacking kids. It makes no sense. You can't win with those folks. And like you said I've been on your show, Tom at the time to look it up probably sixty seventy times in the last suit thousand three and I never talked about it till now they make me talk about it. And then say that I'm the one quote building my career on it. I am so sick of sandy hook go. You know, what in because you cover a story people, then assume your in favor of it because you did it. I'm going to tell you something really strange, but I have two people. I rely on to counterbalance each other in our news when we're talking about some worldly and political events Dr John Curtis. He's our online columnist dot com expert. Sure, he is he's pro-trump. And he's right on the right side. Howard bloom is left. And so I'll pop them on either day to talk about issues that are out. That's good now. But every time I have Kurdistan. I'm accused of being a right winger every time I have loom on. I'm accused of a left-winger you can't win. Well, that's the thing. Now is they want you to be in a group. Everybody's supposed to be go with our viewer. That's it exactly what happened to America. We have a big debate. That's why love coast to coast AM. I love it. When your hosting on your show, we have guest host all of the weekend because there's a bunch. Of different ideas. Like, we're driving back to the hotel. I'm going to be listening to the evil the archaeologist. Yeah. Because we were talking about the exorcist before I even came in here. And I'm like wait that looks like the demon for the original exorcist it does it does. But you know, what I think this country needs to get together in. You know, you mentioned that I won this poll that you put up on your website. I would pick. If I were the president of the United States. I would pick my cabinet from Democrats and Republicans and libertarians I want the best people. I don't care what party a unification for it. Yep. Absolutely georgia. I mean, I had the idea when you're on everybody says they should have you for president. I said, okay, ran democrat hypothet-, you agreed to the poll, and you had like half the votes of ten people or whatever Biden you'd be Biden. No. But let me tell you your idea had years ago. People try to draft you you're a real populist. That's what's winning worldwide. I think your instinct to run for presidents real. And I think if even ran against Trump, I think I would vote for you this field of Democrats is just dead. Who cares? What the party is? I think if you ran for President, George I'm not just saying I think you'd give Donald Trump run for his money. Interesting. Now, let's go to special call for you, Alex. You're gonna love this from old caller named JC. Hello JC. Nineteen ninety nine when art bell went to the Soviet Union. And Dave insensitive radio productions secret, this is the brain child tile between Putin and art bell and a collusion with as they hand crafted Alex Jones to become this messiah of all American Red me being beaten, Texas, this fighting woman loving flag-waving. Saver. That's the lowest point that. I've ever heard this program having this year still upset because your girlfriend ran off with a biker and you're still upset. So this guy's literally saying, I'm Russian agent. You are Casey Webster is calling you Mr. Jones a Russian as a co Luter spirited a traitor against this nation. You are the lowest of the low her you pretend to be all American Lovin, America, beef-eating flag-waving. What about the Okie from Skokie? What about you? Don't love it leave it within. That's the point that you don't love America the way you attacked our president tried to Terry down where you had to be thrown out of the building when he supports President Trump. Now, he's making up for it. I do not support. President trump. Trump is a traitor. Tiffin, catching Joan did you test shoes? When when you were giving. That was in the cello. It's good to hear you again. Never been to Russia and JC started calling art and probably pushed art over the edge. I know that voice guys. Like I haven't heard from him in about a year and a half. It took you to get him to call was that for real. I don't know the guy. I don't know if he's a spoof for newsflash. I can't run my own life. I'm not perfect. But I got trouble right in my own life. Figuring out what I think stuff complex. I sure don't work for the Russians, folks. I mean, I just I'm so sick say I don't work for the Russians. Go let's go to your neck of the woods, Elgin, Texas. Charles is with us. Hey, Charles, go for it. Hey there. Hey there. Some good barbecue elegant. Oh, yeah. Yeah. We do. We got about looking Texas. Ain't nobody elegant. I say L L. But let me tell you, Texas, ain't nobody feeling no pain. You got Charles. What do you want? You got to come out here and have some dinner with this. Of course, I know a good Italian restaurant. Eddie burnoff plays over in Austin to be good place over at Gustavo ever been over there. But anyway, which minds me you have been over. You remember Jake over on? I think it was moved at fourth street that I do remember Jake steakhouse, right? I remember used to be in there and used to talk with the guy by the name of Bill who was my dad, and I just remember I remember you for there. Remember, you brother, but I'm not blaming George dot no-one Elkins, pronunciation where towns Austin, if you actually did how do you feel talking to a Russian Putin agent right now. Commander agents. Well. I don't even know what to say about that. But we need people. I see we need them to bring this guy stuff out. You don't wanna agree. You guys are awesome. I want to stay in our next hour. But the next cast is so much better than me, literally evil archaeology I'm tuning in. Let me ask you something to what's wrong with the president meeting. Other foreign heads of state before he or she is elected to make sure things are nice in peaceful and calm if and when they get elected Trump was president elect he wasn't in yet. It's normal to meet with the Chinese the Russians you'd better they have nuclear weapons they made it dirty that general Flynn met with them. I would be meeting with the Iranians right now and saying, hey, let's work this out crazy. I mean, nobody wants to kill each other. What he wants? That's one of the few areas of critical. Trump on is. We don't want Iran, and he's really pushing. I don't like Iran either. Yeah. It by the way, what's going to happen in these really election between guests in Netanyahu. Support that might hurt him. But he's got all the big media against him. They're all like, they say his wife over five years had a couple hundred thousand shekels worth of dinners for heads of state their house. So the Israeli Prime Minister doesn't get tip la- Matic dinners paid for his house. Wow. The corruption is that his wife charged the meals at their house with world leaders. Wow. I wish that was the problem..

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"luter" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

Warriors Off-Court

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"luter" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

"My first question was simple. What did you? Learn about yourself last season. What long vol myself as honestly, just stay patient. Season where? We were performing to the level that I knew. This. So frustrating. Competitive. Hillman nature. Relax a little bit. But nontheless as competitive at fire, don't go away and. And. Sosa's really trying to. Further trying to lie not let that fireball over because I understand, but yet at the same time trying to figure out how in a fuck do do we do I get it out of myself. How do I get it out of my guys? That doubt. And honestly patients. As much as you know. Luter as much as you want one like last as much as you want people to be clicking and. Januar? You wanna play you wanna feel good? As much as you want. It. How far do you go to get that? And that. And just really stand patient pushing. Understand that you just let it come mass. What a national taught me a lot. I think. Help me in my life is in general. And that's why posted that that post was like I just needed to step away like myself because like that experience going to help me in life. And that's why I think it was just so draining for me go through something like joins you. You go through your life. You. Train for and that's how I felt. Yeah. And that's why I needed to step away because it was really draining. But also felt like that season was working in my life. Like, it wasn't just basketball. Right. So it wasn't like. Playing basketball. It's not because I'm still thinking about that. Because it's working in my life is so just really taking a step back from everything decompressing and letting all that stuff work and figuring it out and just settle down. Like, then I guess hard to get the lesson in something when it's going on and just really trying to pick up that lesson and Kerry. That's that's what I got from one of the things we do know that took an emotional toll on dream on last season was everything going on at his alma mater. Michigan state in the wake of the Larry Nassar news that gained national attention ESPN released. A report that among other things said Travis Walton close friend impersonal trainer was arrested for punching a woman in the face while bar in two thousand nine Tom Izzo, Jerry Jones, college coach was questioned about how he handled the matter and dream on trying to support system for both coaches. Oh and Walton through that throughout that process. Michigan state offices, a huge part of your identity and with everything going on their last season. How much did that drain? You obviously his. Oh and Travis. Because those guys are close to me. Does that Michigan state when all that stuff supposedly happened?.

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