11 Burst results for "Mr Noyer"
"mr noyer" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"And there's always going to be contradictions within that that simultaneously. You see something countries saying well chris. Is you know what's happening in some countries in africa. What's happening in russia. Because you know we've got our own problems here didn't earn the united states would ever. It is about cap. -solutely criticize the united states and i can absolutely criticized israel. It's this leftist. Moral relativist contradictory postmodern mentality in world. View that it's constantly tripping over itself to make eighty cents and in the process actually looks over real human rights atrocities and it has real consequences. We talked about with mr noyer. And so when i asked him. Hey you know what can we do. Of course. I encourage you to do all the things that he told us to do. But also as christians like preached the gospel of course not just to change things politically but the only way people are going to realize. Oh we have to look too objective supreme transcendent moral law giver. In order to tell us what right and wrong is in order to give us any kind of idea what morality is Then hard have to change hard task to be softened by the gospel people have to be seeking after truth. They have to be looking towards the source of truth. I mean there are two things that i think could change culture very powerfully. The first one is piety. The seeking after god the obeying god a longing for relationship with god through jesus christ it obedience to him and the second is patriotism caring about your country caring About the values of your country carrying about the ideals upon which you were upon which your country was founded patriotism. Piety have so drastically deteriorated over the past few decades in the united states at have been replaced by postmodernism. That we no longer care. We no longer want to fight for our ideals because critical race theory and all the stupid academic theories that are being pushed down our throats from kindergarten through grad school on our unfortunately they are convincing us that Those things are worth fighting for. That america is so bad that the constitution is so corrupt and that We don't represent any kind of ritchie whatsoever that it really doesn't matter if these corrupt regimes takeover and it really does it matter if we lend legitimacy to somewhere like saudi arabia or china or russia that is unfortunately what moral relativism does it makes hearts of stone and brains of bush the only way to rectify that is to return repent to god. The creator in sustaining all things the source of morality in truth. So there's a spiritual aspect certainly to all of this while. I just wanted to finish with that because i was thinking about that as he was speaking. But i hope you enjoyed this episode enjoyed this conversation. We will be back here sent home..
"mr noyer" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"Hey guys welcome cheerleader relatable. Today i am talking to level noyer. He is the executive director of you. N. watch united nations watch and we are going to talk all about the un today. It is not adjust this innocuous body that is trying to preserve human rights and peace throughout the world is actually rife with corruption that we need to know about in there are things that we can do about this and the first step is awareness and he is going to make us very aware of what is going on in the united nations even in the who it's attached bodies and where the united states comes in in all of this and then at the end. I also wanna give kind of a world view application on to all of this because there was so much. I was thinking about this conversation that i wanted to talk about just quickly from a biblical perspective. I've been following mr noyer for a very long time. The one in him to come on the podcast for a very long time just amazing insightful and brave person so i'm very very excited beatles into this conversation without further ado here.
"mr noyer" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Fifth grade teachers fifth grade teacher. Her name is ronnie deloitte. She used to date my great uncle. When i was in fifth grade moved to orlando years ago. She would always call him. I was in college saint. Hey come down to orlando for spring break but playing basketball on training our time. Bring your friends bring whoever. I'm like many callers to know. You a call mr noyer. I said. hey i'll come into orlando at this. These dates and i have an audition at this hotel. She's like really. I said yeah. I said can i come and stay with you. She said sure. I said you know what this is at. She says it's five minutes from my house. Bat stars aligning dan. I said what she said. No literally every morning. I leave out of my complex and drop down to the corner and make a right is right there. I know exactly where this is at absolutely. You can come Literally you can walk. Be fifteen minutes or i can just drop you all. I said thank you. And so i go and do this audition. It's a two day audition. The first day is like you do some on camera stuff. Next day is like on the feel combat type work so i go through. The first day is totally like fifteen minute. Increments forty five minutes. My first audition and guys like i love you. Don't don't come tomorrow. I'm putting a star by your name. So what does that mean. He's like when we go back all the producers from all the locations we go back to la. We have stars people. Who think is it. Because i think that that you're it so you don't have to come tomorrow. Only war about. I've read your profile. At senior stats your. Don't worry about coming tomorrow. That's crazy. And so i go back home. And they're like wait for the call because it goes from the auditions and now we're going to break it down to fifty players. I get a call a couple of weeks later. And they're like hey you like to be one of the fifty that that have to come to. La for weeks straight to do this kind of quite yet to be sequestered for seven days to all these tests and everything. I'm like i'm there. I said i'm on i'm gonna take the truth. I can't afford to get there. I loved orlando I can't afford to get there. They're like oh don't worry about it. The fifty network taking were paying like. We're gonna pay you to come to their house. You know tell. Emily give you seventy five dollars a day per diem. My my night boss would not any seven days. He would not give me the time off and all now not at all i did. Was i was a supervisor of the third shift of thurs.
"mr noyer" Discussed on Inspiration Nation
"Yeah I think if you hit it pretty well there though I look i. South is situated differently now and I think I think of ways that the oil are trying to think of the outcomes depending on certain situations whether directly involved or not. I like to think will happen if this happens. This happens and I think in doing that. It keeps me kind of an idea of of people in situations. I think that's really interesting. I show I'm not going to try which one it was the way you talked about. The didn't really have a plan as much as you. Which is Kinda? React into savings because you saw that you are at that stage which and I referenced. That was Italian my life that absolutely love and gives me a sound feed and whenever I think about but it sounds like you're you're sort form into a bit more of our assessment stage Ralph and then just to reactive stage now. I think I definitely still reacts for other than proactive. Like because you are Roy is an enjoyable way to live your life. I guess but indeed knowing the actually there is I've I've learned this year that I actually have quite a have a personality that makes people want to do. Do stuff for me. Maybe work for me. If you're like before that go taken down with path but I have. I have a personality or kind of discovered personality. That's maybe inspiring wrong word. Maybe motivating got natural leadership trait to story of game people on the homework poynder. Yeah I think I. I've I've had a couple of comments on the courses. I've done this kind of support that thesis if you like and think using that use it from learning that from understanding that I I can do that through the podcast of the things I've done has maybe helped me get. Why one also kind of helped me understand that not. Everything's luck and I can get if I know I'm talking about I can get the help about. This is well. Did you think it was luck for formal? Did you think it was lost by luck? Reciting Kinda stood it. People people would want to help me and I always have a good rapport with people. Because I think I'm quite funny but I think what isn't that though. That's the way it was just a funny funny person. People like me who I am. And that's why people being over to help me with whatever that wall say is part of it is in the whole situation. I think that's kind of one of the main things I've learned this year. Just sinus look self-awareness pages. And wanting that she's more map still react to things but I'm in a position now where I can kind of not necessarily dictate things but I can have a sway issue like the voice will be heard in a way shape things exposing and being aware of your impact. What you're GONNA do next. Yeah I think the phrases of US made it sound gonNA world domination kind of turn but not how mature I just. I just think that I have kind of traits. People WanNA help and you know it's always a good tool to have is sounds good and you'll becoming aware and once you're away you can hardly see him just thinking where you are. Now we vote. She's really interested which again. I don't know how much you know thing. You Ford this May or may not be in a similar kind white male. That you've you've grown we've my. She's are being exposed to it. Yeah Yeah I think yeah the more kind of have an opportunity to express that kind of personality traits which I have the moral understand them. I think that's something that I've been able to do this year. Which hopefully reflective again people. Listen through this. Hopefully this encourages that same sort journey of people. Because that's that's really accor intention was with this so Mr Noyer. What about yourself of you taken most from this adventure for the last twelve months to me? I think he's just going deeper into the things. Were not only my obsession with south develop discount from the knife also scuttling the ten things. Seven to ten lakh is obsessed with it. I think doing it and read about it even tonight and I think it ramped up my interest to see where can this go what levels can reach levels. Can Irish personally and I think before I thought I put myself on a cap was. Let's get to this level in type Announcing this infinite levels in Atlantic city is anytime prime on that very limited time for are running out of time. I feel a Komo news time. It's really it's not often onto my best self then we'll ever be my best self. I think he's a case of I want to be the best version me every day and I think that's what he's giving me this podcast be meet. Obscene took it about subjects and things simpler thinking when we talk about tonight while we filed this like we talk about it and it's more levels to Avi file what we talk about. Open up more avenues than what we talk about it. And I think more avenues for me to dig into and too slow and to really think about how articulate myself I think for me a fifty got more better thoughts one on his podcast and to not the training. I think it's really really helped when I explained things a lot clearer when my thoughts a little clearer to cross my concepts a little clearer. I've been brave everything day and a lot of different things really work now. Starting to put touching of restarted kosher even from a position where I'm not like one of the top leaders of almost like a little bit Bob. Being able to show leaders the benefit support undoing within a framework to work that to be almost like shift. Why Do to bring coaching into? Why do so for me because I'm talking about it all the time because on thinking of how it can be used for the benefit of others and coach Williams about Benghazi or benefits. Me and always wanted to help people in certain people. But it's definitely helped me do that. Aren't helped so many people. I mean since we started this now delivering coaching work. I'm trying to be coaches at work and that wasn't happening a year ago. That wouldn't have happened with as focused because literally got to about coaching to talk about self development and without focused on things that would have happened so familias is abou enhancing mouse. Chinks in this book. Nike me stronger in areas. I'm struggling but Mike strong up on Mike. And especially if it's kind of Milwaukee decorators member. Tom Does trump's podcast. Gets INSIDE SALVATOR? So I'm absolutely obsessed with getting Mischa and hopefully helping as many people as possible to realize that they can be better and in that case. I can be better now artists to be a whole lot of silence today. I think we may affleck. Running out of time just feels a lot now. You mentioned before Reba. Yeah I won't I won't the reason this podcast for me is like I want to leave something behind so we don't go on when I'm gone. They'll be something around. The modules can watch or listen to listen to this. Listen to their thirties and forties. But they don't they sold out but for me. I think I want people to have an archive of.
"mr noyer" Discussed on Inspiration Nation
"Inspiration nation and compare forever weakened podcast. He we've both Jo and Ryan how we doing boys thank you absolutely amazing. It Not Badejo not too bad authority arcadia closely. Are we assume some sometimes it feels like you actually care when you do retry rare occasion. That happens but as you asked. Follow up on the wait a four about this morning I was talking to you about more. AM as recurring recurring theme on the PODCAST. My natural fear of the barber's and I told you that excites get my haircut. You will of course not. It's wonderful today. You Know Nieve with you commented thirty thank you. That's what I was looking for doesn't megantic carried away now. So this is what so ever hear techs you joe which will bet my uncomfortable needing to make small talk configure and then feeding worth so close I I did what you've always Joe and I sat in comforting space in fact takes you just before dinner when I was there inside rotten here. I'm doing it. I'm just going to rub it so I didn't force always myself to feel the need to do anything. And it was far more relaxing and fall better and nothing bad happened knowing judged me it all out in the judgment one last week so did and I saw us again. We expanded ostrogoths argues analysis. That's right mcclinton justness at the moment. I'm using that more. And more combat social anxiety sought stuff that you pass on some Utah Valley someone. Oh yeah people out says as well actually they awful educate me mental and actually I think I found to cooperate showrooms where else I could say if you think about this slow cooking I by saying ignore the judgement absolutely. That's in passing. That way is to say the words actually have stepping citing take and it does leak to which is difficult even search. You still get that you go from this but yeah so I love their things and again last week. I'm very much in that kind of conscious. Competence Adriatic like way. I'm doing it very aware doing. We'll see how that progresses the practice. Isn't it practice all and that's the uptight tonight. UPDATES now I also hashtag stagnant right. So what is subject today. John Roy. The subject he's this slapped if I never apologizing gration hundred assignments behavior. Coffee Continuing coffees. Y Y you get closer to me coffee in my fantastic inspiration mark if you had inspiration nation to order. UK You can get yourself inspiration. Nation Mark Teasha Hoodie or just gone up. Today are fantastic. New Teasha in honor of Mr Noyer and T.. Rex Adams who referred several previous episodes when he gets excited to get talking so there is now a T.. Rex oems Teasha up on the side. This is grab one. Tim Sent off before Christmas. Beautiful carry on segues supporters. Say another new segue. You told me sick. Why is why easy stops your all tom where he joked for easy things we all want to stay doing things? And this is one of the architects resolve like on. We'll do something thing all do it. Easy version of that and it will stop mcdonagh learning new things and things like that because also WanNa keep it easy really is now this efficiencies in this things that are easy easy. And I think there's a difference between the two but I actually want four things being easy and so it's trying to we'll talk about comfort zones and how we can sometimes unconscious sleep into those think comforts items so Martinez Martinis poker offset fatty of Casey focused on actually godfried emotions. And so even today optima moment yes really push myself video. This eighteen referred first time. You can vote never ever use. I'm a canvas is like amazing way. Thank you to become the college luck. Lychee onsite anything's awesome. That when it comes to today still still pressing on that keeping in Menton go in and actually cannot take time out and actually what do you allow and not L. Stepping into east. You're still did the thing this morning still did my meditation Stewart. YOU PRESS OPS amenity. The video but enough that I felt you know what I am going to see it so mattress dying Richard. Aren't they trying to get balance. Always saw Brooklyn Annoy twenty two comedy and I'll find out rid commendable happy. NPR now push myself but then having those times as well where I can have a lunch. We're GONNA go. Hey so newest. Could you guys. Because I wasn't doing this. Nabi thinking cuts now. What's the next thing because I am? Prissy must have spotted his home stop thinking about the goals. Stop thinking about doing videos. Does Michael Creative. I still think about how can communicate people. Mr Grab What's Love the whole thing and I'm pushing pushes Africa's but I love it. He's dying but sometimes it's hard sometimes. What would you want to do? Nothing for me. Is Being uh-huh stretching though is what do next. What's the next thing you can do? So that's where I am with it really on the Swan so you're always always searching for finding the easiest thing possible and now you're where people scripts by talked about. Let me doing that because the kids the comfort is they don't WanNa stretch for instance somebody stories coming up here Formats coming out and it's it's we can take you have to draw with the job in and on this point it's difficult no sign it. It's not like you can see that. CPS there is a a narrative about. I don't want to try that because he's scary. Because it's something that's GonNa be put in the outcome will pay that Shit Cosimo top performing so. This is something that you did that all science along mom decided I can see the patents. Now I'm seeing more of the patterns of people where they want to stay in this world whereas comfy recife like is is is controllable controllable with that condition behaviors each before. You can try A. What's difficult on today that they control the? I think it's about controlling this or control these look today's what's unique shape. This is Lee traces tracheal collapse into my lap for some reason was telling technically she's right away you can carry on China talking about the Enron lever in kind of a an August five. She glasses initially what was coming to. You means he's let what is just in terms of the whole subject you. I went to Martin and Aquarius Stark. How'd you combats it on T. frontier fuel doing doing it? How do you stop yourself doing it easier? Yeah or an house raise. How'd you convince other people to push out of that comfort dental? Want to do something. That's more difficult. Are there things that the everyone can be taken out of that comfort zone. I think people have an easy life. I don't know if people are thinking what if that gets me for me to be and is there anything in the middle of it to make any more people myself. Why would I don't do that then? You don't have the people that want to improve themselves and want to go on the journey as well so coming from A to B but by the Inter. CD J. whatever will benefit them more so my my my thought so that was a bit nutty pilot computer games and I never liked playing lease difficulty. Because you don't enjoy Gioia you you go through it challenge. Yeah if Shuba game unique handle die because it's too easy and but on the flip side he too hot we Oughta then you have to get better to improve yourself. Subjected to to get the end result and I think isn't just about the From put once appointed to but again about the journey you go on to improve. Maybe so getting to point to love that why because I love computers are so obsessed this is done on. But that's not the sooner or no I call them. UK Kind Folks Normal Franchisee. I always go normal. Kombucha win this is this is okay. It was difficult but they want to call this week. I think advantage where you start off on that if we it is pretty enjoyable trip to think about it. Yeah sure we'RE NOT GONNA strike to come off the Nice start off you go easy call. That's why he's fine obviously falls to normal. Yeah obviously yeah personal preference I mean where did you guys. So noble media mogul. I never never. It'd be easy but depending on the fight game before so recently the New Jersey game and I'll start paying the campaign on that a plan that will keep the mouse for the first time controller. Oh okay so on controlled. I would go for quite hard difficulty because I'm used to the same the same mouse. There are a lot of different buttons for different things. So I've kind of moved back to a medium level and I'm finding on July leasing so I'm meeting up or change things. I get hard if myself and I enjoy that more than playing on controller on odd awed. Because I'm having to learn the patrol my fingers as what is play the game more difficult. That's that was my prices when he said it. That was came to my mind because I'm in I'm enjoying the game. Yes but also enjoying the thought process of the memory having so three myself to play the game make sense since us does similar thing spe are used to like a lot like business. Management was well simulation. Talk Canes Manage Things Awake Sim city or those things where there was a bill once civilised simulation assimilation. Tough thing to do business stuff like that by especially enjoy the early bits before you go over that Hump and everything starts and serving flow arrhenius. Arrhenius is always that starts enjoyed the motion same for management. Never go top club which ones saw something small and ill up because a lot. The challenge management or more feel like things on my own. Maybe as part of that near as well saints off Mindset. We've you will not be. It's challenge I like the bachelor you were saying earlier. I do think there are a lot of people who don't like the challenge would shy away from Los. All Games or through their growing personal life. Professional offer for is take. It's not necessarily the path of least resistance but I take the thing to create the Lisa constricts for them because today that's a negative. You know if you if you if you worry about something when you're not doing it that seen as a negative if whereas I don't think that's how you choose to perceive your thoughts on that thing which has probably sees all kind of front back to you is when people through an space and I want to commit along the lines of some people just don't want to be woken up if all but I know you've got a different view that she'd properly you just need to fund the rat trick a so called People's powerful what's your approach troy in getting them open to the all not just going down. He's dietrich open the that's the problem for the GODFA. o people who started his own unconscious off on. That's an unconscious destroying promotions. Yeah if not stay focused. Because I'm going to hope so. Listen to that triggers. That my all WANNA reach out. Yeah Eh so people usually reach out to me. Is that when it hit the golf skills. Yeah is more too much pressure head. It was a massive then. I don't have that in these courses. We he calls by recent that a real we'll usually coach recently where someone was increased But just think more personal office Byzantine crying voice is always wants to be the moment. Also things talk about just enjoy you know and now six months on this person was talking to is now. You know go Paul analogous thin he will send see much but then they came came to me and I said let's just feel That he's he's like see Ma agreed the mortgage and everything and and suddenly wash wash anxiety. Sunday continue. We'll start on what's happening is you're letting go the person used to be so you'll now dialing in new narrative experience like growth so much all six months so blue and his suddenly because I've been conscious about being in the moment being conscious about taking are steps in action to what would be a senior before weapon gets stuck with just about to be successful and estaban fuller a step back so my job. As the coach there was two guys they live it. It's natural what's your experience. Here's you'll just explain you the next level you'll next level now levels infant. They're not like not like a few hundred. Whatever all done? It's like the the new fortnight saints in China is infinite ever really not in Joe Comedian Roy and local law thing. I ah but that's what I mean like Hammerstein's freeness is invaluable for life is as you get this page and you got a neurologist. And there's supposed to be enjoying royal life and things I've had noticed continues for the rest of the to you. We go more corn gone. That's a life's journey and I think that's where people doc back into to answer your question. He was stage. I WANNA catch before they get to a stage where they don't feel there's anything. Yeah that's what we told you about. We talked about. NCAA live there's always events that lead to massive changes and there's events that what happened to get you to step back on need to do some different here and this is how we do it. I suppose question is for me to mobile unconscious or not to look like. It's a stick with long in that spicy. I yes switched onto that stays. I do like that one. We talked about it whereas blaming things or do what. How would that NGOs? I helped them wake up through. That response is like goal in that moment is more to that moment. But in the back the Democracy La Monte five ten twelve fifteen years when I got off wall goals and then and then they do so that they have the laws of the US. You asked to reopen question. How'd you call you? You can't force is what anybody narrative these days. That's when the grand comes how you approach that individuals runs..
"mr noyer" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Eleven ninety. K. E X. Welcome back to coast to coast. Jeffrey Smith with us. We'll get to your calls as well as we talk about GMO's and lawsuits against Monsanto and everything else by gosh. If you're the CEO of bear, you it before you made that acquisition when you? Ten reasons why Santo had undisclosed liabilities that should be avoided like the plague and only one of them was the cancer issue. They have, you know, I mentioned earlier that the self propagating genetic pollution last as low as a species does, and that means it must have liability extends. In addition, all of the animal feed in the United States. The vast amount of it is genetically engineered, and we know from experience, over and over again, when farmers switch to non GMO feed, they make more money when they realize that think of the lawsuits going on back years and years of being lied to by Monsanto and find out that they're losing hundreds of dollars per animal, and they're doing it by thousands and millions of animals that I interviewed one agronomist he did a study last year, or he took two thousand pigs in two different hot confinements. And they brought him piglets and then they grew them, and then they sold them. And one of them was eating the regular GM feed. And there was glyphosate in the water because it was naturally there, what have peer water and non GMO in the GMO fed nursery area. They were four hundred deaths at a two thousand and the other one was a single death. To get them out of there earlier. Because they gain more league were quickly. I talked to one person in, in, in Denmark, even bait one hundred twelve dollars more per pick going non GMO, even though the non GMO seed was more expensive because he had higher litter size higher. Conception rate fewer deaths less birth defects. That's another one of the ten liabilities that I pointed out, but it doesn't stop there. There's actually many diseases, not just cancer that are promoted by round up and Gladys eight, according to our research, and so this may be the beginning of a long. Set of lawsuits that could see a radically bankrupt there, or at least drive them down significantly. All right back to the calls JD in Indianapolis with us. Hello. JD. Hi, Mr. Noyer? Thank you very much. Thank you to you and your crew to play questions to for your sure thing. I'm just wondering I I've heard that there's probably some nanoparticles of aluminum coming down on us from the sky. And I, I heard on your program the other night that the us aluminum in vaccines, try and enhance the effectiveness of the vaccine, and I'm wondering if there's any connection between his nail particles of aluminum is going into the third on the plants. That's one question. The other question is I've also heard that they spray or the they sprayed round up on props or grains, just before they are harvested to exceleron, the drying process, and get the props to the market quicker. What does your guests have to say about that? All right. Let's take that one first Jeffrey. Yes. J D. That is the problem right now. You have higher levels of round of residue. Oats and navy beans in hub us. Then you do on roundup ready crops because they as you say they spray it just before harvest. If you look at online Monsanto's manual, they suggest three to five days before artists wheat, spray that down to riot down at kills the weeds for next year it forces ripening, if there's any unripe and grain it can prepare the wheat for harvest. If you have a short growing season, so it's done. More in the northern climates like in, in Canada whenever short growing season but unfortunately, it's been used a lot and so are significant percentage of the roundup. That's sprayed is on wheat, and the grains, and the beans, it's also Spade in, in orchards. So it's in it's in citrus orchards. So it's in the origin in vineyard. So it's in our one. That's why it's important to eat or Ganic and all these, you can't eat, organic, at least by non GMO. But I would say also. When.
"mr noyer" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And welcome back to coast to coast. Jeffrey Smith with us. We'll get to your calls as well as we talk about GMO's and lawsuits against Monsanto and everything else by. Gosh. If you're the CEO of bear, you would waited before you made that acquisition. When you actually I wrote him reasons why. Undisclosed liabilities that should be avoided like play can only one of them was the cancer issue. They have, you know, I mentioned earlier that the self propagating genetic pollution last as long as a species does. And that means it must have liability extends. In addition, all of the animal feed in the United States. The vast amount of it is genetically engineered, and we know from experience, over and over again, when farmers switch to non GMO feed, they make more money when they realize that think of lawsuits going back years and years of being lied to by Monsanto and find out that they're losing hundreds of dollars per animal, and they're doing it by thousands and millions of animals that I interviewed one agronomist he did a study last year, or he took two thousand pigs in two different confinements, and they brought him the piglets, and then they sold them. And one of them was eating the regular GMO seed in the water because it was naturally there. What had peer water and non GMO in the GMO fed nursery area. They were four hundred deaths at a two thousand and the other one was a single death. To get them out of there earlier, because they gain more weight work quickly. I talked to one person in, in, in Denmark, he made one hundred twelve dollars more per pig going non GMO, even though the non feed was more expensive because he had higher litter size higher. Conception rate fewer deaths less birth defects. That's another one of the ten liabilities that I pointed out, but it doesn't stop there. There's actually many diseases, not just cancer that are promoted by roundup. According to our research, and so this may be the beginning of a loan set of lawsuits that could see a radically bankrupt there, or at least drive them down significantly. All right back to the calls JD in Indianapolis with us, JD, Mr. Noyer. Thank you very much. Thank you to you and your fruit who put questions to for your sure thing. I'm just wondering I I've heard that there's probably some nanoparticles of aluminum coming down on us from the sky. And I, I heard on your program the other night, the us aluminum in vaccines, try and enhance the effectiveness of the vaccine, and I'm wondering if there's any connection between his nail particles of aluminum this going into the third soil on the plants. That's one question the other question is. I've also heard that they spray or the they spray roundup on props or grains, just before they are harvested to exhilarated drying process, and get the props to the market, wicker. What does your guests have to say about that? All right. Let's take that one first Jeffrey, yes. J D that is the problem right now. You have higher levels of round of residue oats and navy beans. And then you do on roundup ready crops, because as you say, they spray, it just before harvest if you look at online Monsanto's manual, they suggest three to five days before harvesting wheat spray that down to riot down at kills the weeds for next year. It forces ripening if there's any unripe and grain it can prepare the wheat for harvest. If you have a short growing season, so it's done more in the northern climates like in, in Canada whenever short growing season. But unfortunately it's been used. A lot. And so lar- significant percentage of the roundup that spray is on wheat, and the grains and the beans. It's also Spade in, in orchards. So it's in it's in citrus orchards. So it's in the orange juice. It's in vineyard. So it's in our one that's why it's important to eat, or Ganic and all these, you can't eat Ganic at least by non GMO, but I would say, also when you watch the movie part of our program afterwards to help you live in organic lifestyles and the time that you can't eat organic..
"mr noyer" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Welcome back to coast to coast. Jeffrey Smith with us. We'll get to your calls as well as we talk about GMO's and lawsuits against Monsanto and everything else by. Gosh. If you're the CEO of bear, you, waited before you made that acquisition when you actually, I wrote Henry. Why Monsanto had undisclosed liabilities that should be avoided like play can only one of them was the cancer issue? They have, you know, I mentioned earlier that the self propagating genetic pollution last as long as a species does. And that means it must have those liability extends. In addition, the animal feed in the United States. The vast amount of it is genetically engineered, and we know from experience, over and over again, when farmers switch to non GMO feed, they make more money when they realize that sink of lawsuits going on back years and years of being lied to by Monsanto and. Find out that they're losing hundreds of dollars per animal, and they're doing it by thousands and millions of animals. I interviewed one agronomist he did a study last year where he took two thousand pigs in two different confinements, and they brought in the piglets, and then they grew them into may sold them, and one of them was eating the regular feed in the water, because it was naturally their peer water and non GMO in the GMO fed nursery area. They were four hundred deaths had a two thousand the other one was a single death. To get them out of there earlier, because they gain more weight work quickly. I talked to one person in, in in Denmark, even made one hundred twelve dollars more per pick. Going non GMO, even though the non GMO feet was more expensive because he had higher litter size higher. Conception rate fewer deaths less birth defects. That's another one of the Ken liabilities that I pointed out, but it doesn't stop there. There's actually many diseases, not just cancer that are promoted by round up, according to our research. And so this may be the beginning of a long set of lawsuits that could see a radically bankrupt there, or at least drive them down significantly. All right back to the calls JD in Indianapolis with us. Hello. JD. Hi, Mr. Noyer? Thank you very much. Thank you to you and your fruit who played questions to for your sure thing. I'm just wondering I I've heard that there's some nanoparticles of aluminum coming down on us from the sky. And I, I heard on your program. The other night, use aluminum in vaccines, try and enhance the effectiveness of the vaccine, and I'm wondering if there's any connection between his nail particles of aluminum is going into the soil and the plants. That's one question the other question is. I've also heard that they spray or the they sprayed roundup on props or grains, just before they are harvested to excel the drawing process, and get props to the market, wicker. What does your guests have to say about that? All right. Let's take that one first Jeffrey. Yes. J D that is the problem right now. You have higher levels of round of residue on oats and navy beans. And then you do on roundup ready crops, because as you say, they spray, it just before harvest if you look at online Monsanto's manual, they suggest three to five days before harvesting wheat spray that down, dry it down at kill the weeds for next year. It forces ripening Finian ripened grain it can prepare the wheat for harvest. If you have a short growing season. So it's done more in the northern climates like in, in Canada whenever short growing season. But unfortunately it's been used. A lot. And so a lar- significant percentage of the roundup that spray is on wheat, and the grains, and the beans and salsa Spade in, in orchard. So it's in it's in citrus orchards. So it's in the orange juice. It's vineyard. So it's in our one. That's why it's important to eat or Ganic and only if you can't eat, organic, at least by non GMO, but I would.
"mr noyer" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Very briefly tone is the basically about a man living in the current world he enters and his magical world which is basically lot of but characters from russian folklore he is in the magical world and there's a whole complex tori about princess's you know i it was quite hard ideal murray said the proper but yeah it was a record you say france accommodate as well yes ivanhoe's knows with regard to the fact that he's as if you've jackson the areas i hope so a very very interesting we tonga's reasonably shorts i think we should move on so let's just remind us news we've been in germany and the united kingdom finland hoped across the border into russia where we can alight for the final visit two countries box office of 2017 on this program were going to france of course wonderful and i can tell if tone this is a comedy okay there's no doubt of that and we have a clip of it it's a rate special unit she buckles little she could conquer easy does she inefficient book amendment greenies and i tell you mr noyer will cease a famous an accountable we be there for you can see if you can see the laughter i can see your faith exactly definitively a comedy at the top french film of the year now fronts an interesting market again because of course they do sensationally beautiful intelligent you know the ota's the th there's there's all these great french movie moviemakers working today but that was the top film and it's a bit more knockabout and he's thanks to danny boom which is is a few maker and the comedian as well and at the film again the plot so easy basically he's a misogynist corp and then he has to do a fight against crime with the first female officer and they have all sorts of guides together and it's it's just it's an interesting one and do you know which are the from did very well fronts very quickly tong look bad songs of a larry an and the city of a thousand planet now this is the most expensive french from has ever made night and it was.
"mr noyer" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show
"What what he's no on out renown gary you paradise about such as soda did say doodle video yet that mr noyer apology said geez doodle where hold on perfect hold on one second what i said we were talking you've got that all mallik sucks tucker to botha milano right right well now we are because you called in our our well no you called me i'm mona there will you actually hold your plan be with you not you win it up with you got thank you i want to get back phil what i was talking about over thanksgiving which you which is as you said you had a hell of europe breakfast yep no new can you always do this i didn't say it was a healthy breakfast i had that i thought what i'm about to talk about was probably better than the molano okay better foreign get these you might get the i'm gonna just keep going here better for you my correct i may be helped you do you might get these people as an advertiser so you're gonna let me finish all right i'm sure this is a big company i'm looking at a box right now says el capital l capital you petite x or lira i'm sure if a french word gcc all l i g i expert jack chocolate 70 percent cocoa what it is it's a pisgat with a layer of doc chocolate on i liked them a lot i liked the better than any of the tough where she lives okay and what we talked about just by the fact that this only that's that's biscuit i'm sure if you didn't have that layer of chocolate on it would be much healthier than any other peppered swam and i think even widow way up its healthier that's what we were talking about emmys and not cheap either way i'm looking at the uh the total uh uh uh saturated fat asked got out.
"mr noyer" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Now why did you select this restaurant and what did you do when you got in their own were committer durgin owner carol gergen facefull name is calvin durkin that are caravan caravan occupied originally born in germany but he came over here and converted to not convert it but yeah i converted to americanism are became american yet became an american citizen right argue i think he's american larry still the green agree i i've made a joke with the my food tear at green card ordeal like a khakicoloured now or is it leave white is an almost like blue any when i shut up you'll get out of here and i went like okay that's why we take what we did if i wasn't sure if he wasn't america or not all right uh let's tell people what you did or do you want to mr noyer no hugh i mean that we should lift odd now he means you a justin you you tell okay well on here's what i fear we did we went in there and my friend fifty walls had a burqa underneath her uh like underneath her blouse and i had a turban that i had stood that i had stuffed into a into a bag that i had some odd just like i bought them a comic book and i bought or not a comic book but i bought uh it was more like a um uh uh i guess it illustrated novel okay mr henry fine flying so anyway um and when we went into uh mr goods all restaurant.