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Native Americans observe National Day of Mourning
"An annual protest has been held in Plymouth, Massachusetts, where Native Americans decried the arrival of the pilgrims in 1620. The United American Indians of New England had declared Thanksgiving Day to be a national day of mourning. Members of the wampanoag tribe mourn the arrival of the colonists accusing them of bringing illness, racism and oppression to Native American people. This is kisha James. When people celebrate the myth of Thanksgiving, they are not only erasing our genocide, but also celebrating it. The group is calling for better policies to protect Native Americans and land restitution. I'm Jackie Quinn
Bill Federer Shares the Story of Squanto
"One of the stories that we have to include is squanto. And if I have a few minutes, I'd be happy to share that. Continue. So the pilgrims were religious, but there were other groups that weren't and they were pirates. So Spain had a monopoly on the new world for at least a century, and they had gold from Inca Peru and portobello Panama and they take it to Cuba and ship it and these Dutch and French and English pirates would raid the gold, but they would also sail up the coast of North America. Lure unsuspecting Indians on board, lock them below deck, take them over to malaga, Spain and sell them into slavery. So one of the Indians that was captured was squanto and the story is he was purchased by some monks in Spain who gave him his freedom. He hitchhikes his way across Europe, gets to England. He's there for a dozen years working, learning the language and the family finds some business that takes him to Newfoundland, right? A fishing type outfit. And then he gets the boat to drop him off at Plymouth, Massachusetts, only to find his whole tribe is dead. They were wiped out by a plague, William Bradford writes that three years earlier, a French ship was shipwrecked off the case, the coast of Cape Cod. Sailors got ashore, Indians never left watching them and bogging them, till they got the advantage killed them all, but three or four maybe sport with them worse than slaves. Anyway, one of those French men must have had an illness and the Indians didn't have immunity and it wipes out the tribe. So sort of in a reverse sense had squanto not been captured in kidnapped. He most certainly would have died. But squanto is living with the neighboring wampanoag tribe and then that fall is when the pilgrims show up. Half of the pilgrims die the first winner. They wouldn't have survived another year. Spring of 1621, walking into their camp is squanto. And you can just picture the conversation. I mean, he's in his loincloth and he goes up and he goes, oh yeah, you guys from London, I used to live there. You know, oh yeah, the pump down on war street or St. Paul's chapel. He goes, oh, yeah, yeah, I know that place. And then he says, oh, this place here, I grew up here. I know this place like the back of my hand over that hill is a spring. And William Bradford says he taught him how to catch fish. He said, you know, that they weren't successful, but he says, don't use salmon. They spawn this river. It's going to be packed. And then he taught him how to plant corn. They said, we tried it. He goes, no, you got to dig a hole, put some fish in, then put the kernel of corn and cover it up. The fish decompose fertilizes the soil. You have a nice harvest. Bottom how to take the corn and put it in a pot, shake it and make popcorn, right? And then he taught him how to go down to the riverbank squeegee in the mud and catch eels and clams and lobsters and then how to catch beaver skins. It took 40 years worth of beaver skins to pay off their debt for the boat ride,
There's Things That We Have to Be Thankful For...
"There's things that we have to be thankful for. Do not forget to count your blessings. Don't let stress in the perception of depression to make you forget all of the wonderful things that God has done in your life, all of your great accomplishments, you've got to look at the good with the bad. But be thankful. This is your opportunity to be thankful. And I just want to give some context to Thanksgiving. I know a lot of people may not understand the true history of it. People may only think that Thanksgiving is about neck bones, collard greens, chitlins, at least that's what I remember Thanksgiving to be. However, my wife refused to cook me chitlins. But I understand they smell like crap. So she don't want to cook them. But anybody out there that know how good chitlins is when you put some hot sauce on it, especially y'all people from the south, you know what I'm talking about. I'll miss those chipmunk. But let me just read this to you. And I think this is very well laid out. My producer sent it to me and I think that it was pretty good. It says, let us let all give thanks to what we are thankful for. In autumn of 1621, Plymouth colony governor William Bradford urged his brethren to observe a Thanksgiving Day observations observance, I'm sorry, for God's harvest, blessings with pilgrims and Native Americans who helped him. In 1777, after the Revolutionary War, victory over the British at the Sarah Saratoga, the second Continental Congress declared that there should be a day of Thanksgiving.
Steve Deace and Eric Discuss God's Calling to Fight
"Question is, is God allowing this to make people angry enough to fight? Because it is so blatant. It is so sickening that somebody like Carrie Lake could potentially be losing, that you think somebody would say we need to dig in and fight. This is not acceptable. We won't accept this. I think that there's another thing God, we could be saying to us, we have to fight differently. For 2000 for until the pilgrims landed at Plymouth rock and shameless plug, that's what my new children's book is about, okay? Why Thanksgiving? Until they landed there in the 17th century. For 1700 years, Christendom didn't have a republic, didn't have a constitution, didn't have voting, and somehow survived persecutions and empires and crackdowns, and how did it do it? Subversive living, faithful obedience, refusing to say yes to Caesar when Caesar asked for dominion and for allegiance that was not his saying no, even to the point of risking their own deaths. And I think one of the things that God may be is saying to us is you have relied too long on sitting at home and enjoying partisan media content and essentially some forms of political mental masturbation, self pleasure and not doing anything and not being not having your faith challenged and then just jumping on fake book or Twitter and randomly posting about it instead of doing something. How about if we take all of your institutional agency away so now it's just you one on one with the spirit of the age and now you believe her choosy the stay whom you will serve which are you one of those who looks upon the beast and marvel's at it or will you be one of those who resist and says, no, I will not comply.
"plymouth" Discussed on WTOP
"To an area hospital. Unfortunately, I'm saddened to report out to the community that that 14 year old young man has lost his life tonight to a senseless lack of gun violence. Conti says the teen was targeted in the shooting and that there's no threat to the public. There's currently no information on a suspect. A tangled mess of metal on Georgia avenue and Silver Spring on Monday after a police chase led to a multi vehicle pileup involving a metro bus in a van and a police cruiser. Multiple people were rushed to the hospital. The crash involved a metro bus, a gray getaway van, and a police cruiser. Pictures from our news partners NBC four show firefighters pulling a man out of the van and then treating him as he lay on a stretcher. Telling WTO P the bus was stopped by a light when it was hit from the back, two passengers were taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. County police say there were three suspects in the van that no officers were hurt. They say it started with an armed robbery on piney branch road that led to this chase, which ended with the suspect's crashing their van into the bus, and the police cruiser crashing into them. A firearm was recovered at the scene, Shayna steel and WTO P news. See pictures of the bus minivan and police car all smashed at WTO. A three alarm fire that forced 120 people from their homes on college Parkway in Rockville, Monday is being blamed on a defective heating and air conditioning unit. Montgomery county fire and rescue service says the fire broke out sometime before 9 a.m. and caused more than $1.5 million in damage. The fire burned through the roof of the garden apartment style building and spread to near to two nearby buildings in the Plymouth Woods neighborhood. Patrick Campbell, with the county Department of Health and Human Services, says 40 people were displaced for the long haul by the fire, the Red Cross is also assisting families affected by the fire. Metro says it loses a lot of money from passengers who don't pay their fares. As the transit system looks at a big budget gap in the future, today it begins an effort to make everyone pay to ride. Signs have been out. We have an officer's actually engaging people as it comes with a gate if they are not paying a fair. But metro general manager Randy Clark says starting today, metro transit police will switch from just warnings to being able to issue tickets too. We are doing everything we can to get people to comply without being confrontational. Metro says Farrah evasion costs the system tens of millions of dollars every year. We need people that have the ability to pay their fare to pay their fare. In 2018, the district decriminalized fare evasion, but as a civil infraction, it still comes with a $50 fine, John Doe in WTO P news
Callers Respond to Harris' Declaration to Give Relief Based on Equity
"Oh, that's crazy. And just a couple of days ago, she mentioned that we had an alliance with North Korea. She's in Asia doing a news conference and talked about alliance we have with North Korea. I mean, it's crazy. You know what the Democrats stand for? The arrogance of ignorance. That's what the Republicans should advertise their commercials against these lunatics. It's hard to believe it's hard to believe. Thank you, sir. Jim is in Plymouth, Minnesota, hi Jim, welcome to the Mike Gallagher show. How are you doing? Good morning. Mike, I'm just curious. Why is everything and equity in this country? Why is everything about race? We're just all Americans. That's how to get along. And it's amazing. That's the Democrat party, Jim. I mean, this is what, and this is what I mean. I'm sorry to politicize a hurricane, but it's true. This is on the ballot. We literally have somebody suggesting that we should give resources to people who are hurricane victims based on their race. It blows my mind. I know. And I'd love to hear somebody defend it.
JFK's Moonshot Speech Inspired a Nation to Greatness
"Into space, this was something that was not looked at as easy. There was not a genuine consensus by the time of this speech that this was where we know to be spending money, that there was a real fascination with what can we do and what can we become if we choose this path towards space exploration. It was interesting that he also then quotes William Bradford and the founding of Plymouth bay colony. Who said that all great and honorable actions are accompanied with great difficulties in both must be enterprise and overcome with answerable courage. In other words, this angle means he's laying it out. He doesn't want anybody to come to think, okay, this can be just easily conquered. This idea that we could go to the moon or space exploration is going to be something that is going to be fraught with without danger that everybody can do it. He's laying no, this is not what is happening. But what he also then continues on. He says that man in his quest for knowledge and progress is determined and can not be deterred. The x-rays of space will go ahead, whether we join in it or not, and it is one of the greatest adventures of all time and no nation which expects to be the leader of other nations can expect to stay behind in the race for space. He also then as an interesting paragraph, the next paragraph basically is a real direct threat, direct shot across the ballot, Russia, when he says, look, we're going to go there for freedom and we're going to continue invention and we're going to go to space with a manner of freedom and peace, unlike the conquest that many would fear Russia or others would have. Again, setting it up in being very contrast terms that the people would understand and what they're looking at. This gives a speech that is looking forward, examines the reality of the world, and then looks forward as we go. Then
"plymouth" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"From England's southwest coast Plymouth gin is distilled using a blend of 7 botanicals including Juniper berry coriander seed and citrus peel Plymouth gin since 1793 Mostly cloudy skies 67° in Atlanta at four O 7 This is all things considered from NPR news I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Daniel estrin Russian forces today fired at least 5 rockets on a city in western Ukraine that had been a refuge for tens of thousands of civilians fleeing more dangerous cities in the east at least 7 people were killed in lviv The first deaths in a city that had largely avoided the worst of Russia's attacks Ukrainian officials say missiles struck three military targets and a fourth hit an auto repair garage Here with more is NPR correspondent Franco ordonez he's sheltering now amid air raid sirens a few hours east of Kyiv high Franco Hey Daniel So Franco this is a big development Lviv looks secure on a map It's about the furthest you can get from the Russian border A senior U.S. defense official told reporters today that these were Russian cruise missiles from long-range bombers But from where you are how significant are these attacks in lviv You know I'd say vary This has been one of the common areas of the country throughout the conflict I mean the mayor of lviv though Henri soda Said the attacks show that really there are no quote safe areas in Ukraine What we see in Ukraine today is genocide which is purposefully carried out by an aggressor who kills civilians 7 civilians had plans for life Today their life is over You know he went on to say that more than 200,000 Ukrainians have fled to la vie for safety And actually more than a hundred embassies have also moved to the city Right What's the sense in the city now Well people are scared I mean there are already a lot of internally displaced people there But you know it's been kind of an area that has been considered safe The closest attacks were about three weeks ago when Russian rockets hit the outskirts of lviv But this morning the city was covered in black smoke for several hours And people are arriving every day My colleague the Afghan financial spoke with a young mother Julia who arrived in leave today with her daughter Anya who was fired They fled the dnieper region trying to get away from this kind of violence Julia saying that they had to leave behind her husband Anya's father And that second little voice there is Anya of course who jumped in to add that they also.
"plymouth" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"One of the great advantages of it was that there were no trees and had been cleared for agriculture because two years before a terrible plague had hit the native peoples. There used to be 2000 people wampanoags living at Plymouth, but this terrible disease had wiped out everyone. Bones, littering the ground, those had had survived, had fled. And so this is where the pilgrims decide we are going to plant a new plantation. And it's winter, it's the worst of times, half of them would die that first winter. Didn't didn't you say that by the time they anchored. Now, how long was it from we'd not we're not going to New York to okay, get off the ship. How long was that time period? Well, wasn't that months? Initially, it was we almost die off off Cape Cod. And then it was you need to get off the ship and they say, well, first we need to find a place. And so that's a couple of month, basically. So think about that. You think you finally reach the new world and actually you're going to be on a boat for another month as we argue about where to go. Right. And there would be a search party looking for a place in a little open boat called a. And the spray from the ocean would freeze on them. It was that cold. You know, it was just miserable conditions. You know, finally, they find Plymouth plantation, the Mayflower sales from what's now provincetown to Plymouth harbor. They offload everybody and build by I think it was Christmas Day. They start building their first their first structure and over the course of the next two months, close to half of them would die of disease. And somehow they would make it to the other to spring. And if the wampanoags had decided to wipe them out, they easily could have, but NASA saw it, the native.
Native Americans mourn on Thanksgiving: 'No reason to celebrate'
"While many American families celebrated thanksgiving yesterday a day of mourning was observed by some native Americans on the historic landmark that overlooks Plymouth rock members of native American tribes from around New England to gather to mourn citing centuries of racism and mistreatment that indigenous people around the world have suffered waters indigenous people would be celebrated by a day of thanksgiving and yet the history books called off the savages kisha James of the Quinault Wampanoag tribe says the stories we all learned in school about the first thanksgiving are mostly lies someone to knock ancestors did welcome the pilgrims and save them from starvation and
"plymouth" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Massachusetts in 1620 has been celebrated and taught to school children as the origin of what would become the United States and Thanksgiving Elsewhere on today's show Peter O'Dowd takes us to Plymouth to the mythical landing site of the Mayflower Plymouth rock He met up with Donna Curtin executive director of the pilgrim hall museum who led him to a rather small rock So we have the poor little top of The Rock that's been exposed as you can see to the tides coming in covering it twice a day It's covered up underwater And this placement was done about a hundred years ago in 1920 because The Rock used to be up on higher ground and people were kind of confused thinking of it as the landing place that should be down by the shore Now it isn't very big Four rock has been the chipped and split and dropped and souvenir hunted for centuries So we're looking at something that is not in the prime of its youth and glory but has been used and interacted with sometimes pretty aggressively over the course of many many generations Well that's one part of the national story But for Native Americans Thanksgiving Day is a reminder of the slaughter of millions of indigenous people and the theft of their land 51 years ago the United American Indians of New England declared Thanksgiving a national day of mourning in the tradition continues today Tiny Moseley spoke with Keisha James the granddaughter of one of the founders of the national day of mourning They spoke in 2020 Your grandfather helped start the national day of mourning after he was asked to give a speech 50 years ago to commemorate the 350th anniversary of Plymouth Tell us the story of what happened that led to your grandfather's speech Sure so the pilgrim descendants decided that they wanted to hold a banquet to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the landing of the Mayflower and they wanted a wampanoag man to speak at the banquet They invited my grandfather under the condition that he would provide an advanced copy of his speech They gave the excuse that they wanted to check it for spelling and grammatical errors but really they wanted to check it for content He went away he wrote his speech He came back He gave it to them and they told him that he absolutely under no circumstances could give the speech that he was planning on giving and they offered to write him a different speech They were quite angry about the speech he wrote because it told the truth about Thanksgiving It didn't praise the pilgrims And of course his job was really to be praising the pilgrims That's why they asked him And so he refused to give the edited speech that they wanted him to give and he and a group of supporters instead got together and on November 27th 1970 they met atop Cole's hill in Plymouth and that's when the first national day of mourning took place You've spent your whole life understanding Thanksgiving to be this national day of mourning How do you honor this day and tell us what it means to you Sure so I'm 21 years old and I've been going to national day of morning for 21 years And for many of us national day of morning takes on a religious significance where we'll actually fast from sundown before the day of national day morning to sundown on national day of morning And it's really a time to remember my ancestors and what they went through and the genocide that took place on these shores and it's also a wonderful time of indigenous unity We have indigenous people from all over the world speaking at national day of mourning So it's just a wonderful time to get together with.
The Incredible True Story of Squanto
"In 1608 before any ships before any people settled in what's now Massachusetts, I never knew this, because we all know that the Mayflower landed there in 1620. Chris, you knew that? I did at one point in my life. Right. So 1620 is when the pilgrims land at Plymouth. Sorry. But I always assumed growing up that that's the first time that anybody came to like what's Massachusetts. But I found out that's not the case. And the story of squanto, which I'm going to tell right now, which just wait, wait till you hear this. It starts in 1608, and it turns out that English trading ships would travel from Europe from England to Iceland, Greenland make their way down Nova Scotia all the way down and they would trade with the natives. Now I never knew that. So the natives were familiar with English sailors coming and trading and giving them knives and pots and pans and they would give them pelts and whatever. And they would trade. I never knew this. Well, in 1608, a group, a group, a ship led by a captain hunt lands or drops anchor off of what is today Plymouth Massachusetts. And the braves come down to the shore to trade with them as they've done before. Well, just so happens that this captain hunt was a bad man, and instead of trading with the braves, they whack them over the head, put them in the long boat, take them out to the ship, throw them in the hold, sail to malaga, Spain and sell them into slavery. This is 1608, one of the braves was a 12 year old. Boy named tisquantum. Now this is true story. This is all documented. I've done the research. Others have done the research. It's true. So he has bought by some kindly friars, who seemed to treat him well. Teach him the Christian religion, and this is the part that we'll never know how this happened. But they arrange for him to be freed and to travel to London. Now imagine from malaga Spain to London. So this is an Indian from what is today Massachusetts, a Native American, a patuxent, makes its way to London with the idea, and this is where it's crazy of getting back across the Atlantic to go back home. I know. It's like being on the moon and saying, so when's the next ship going back? There's no next ship going back. What are you talking about? But I guess the idea was not insane. He worked in London from what is it around 1612, 1613 for four or 5 years with a family called slany. This is all documented. This Indian named squanto to squantum learns the English language. He's there when he's there when Queen Elizabeth is on the throne, we're talking Shakespeare is writing his play. So he's in London. This Massachusetts Indian, and this is years before the pilgrims ever get to Plymouth rock, crazy, right? In 1618, I believe 1619, a ship is found. For him to go back to his home. And he's going to translate obviously because he knows the language. He's going to be on the ship working with these English as they're stopping, you know, and he's going to be doing the translating and so on and so forth. So somehow he gets passage on a ship. The ship ends up having to spend the winter in I can't remember if it was Iceland or Greenland. It's in my book. Where does it say? Newfoundland now, hold on a second. Anyway, the point is that it took them quite a while to get there, right? So they basically, no, it was Newfoundland. Sorry. They spend the winter in Newfoundland. And then the next spring, this is like 1619, they bring him to what's now the coast of Massachusetts drop him off. Thank you very much. Goodbye. This sounds crazy, right? This is document. This is a true story. So a year plus before the pilgrims land. This Indian has made the journey from Plymouth to Spain to London, spans 5 years London, learns the English language, learns the ways the English, and then ends up back where he started. He finds his way on foot to the village, which is right where Plymouth is today, right? Village where his Indian, where his family is, they have all been wiped out. In ten years, he's dreamed about getting home, he's dreamed about returning. He's dreamed for ten years. He's thought in his mind of doing the impossible to get all the way back
"plymouth" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"It's just like Malcolm X said. We didn't land on Plymouth rock. Plymouth rock landed on us. We live to me. It's not America's hometown. Plymouth to me is nothing more than a continuing the mythology. We don't see any reason to celebrate the arrival.
Kirk Cameron Tells Us About the American Campfire Revival
"Me bought some talking to my friend Kirk Cameron, Kirk. We love you. You just cheer me up seeing you. You were just bringing something up. I had wanted to be in Plymouth for this past weekend. I wasn't able to do it. But tell us about this. This is so it's just so wonderful. Anybody who hasn't visited that monument, oh my goodness, go ahead. So this is a monument that was the cornerstone was laid in the people of Massachusetts and it was finished in 1889 and president Abraham Lincoln was one of the original contributors to the building of this monument, and it was made to be the monument that told us everything that we needed to know about what made this the Pinnacle nation of the world, the Beacon of freedom and justice for all. And it's what we need to get back to if we want to maintain it. It's called the national monument to the forefathers and this last weekend was the very first of 7 nights of revival under the stars that I'm hosting. It's called the American campfire revival. And it really is sort of springboarded out of that first hundred days during the new administration's run of executive orders. And I thought rather than us just being on the defense, why don't we download the executive orders from heaven, the mandates from above and start running those plays and see what happens. And I made a campfire in my backyard for a hundred nights in a row. It's called the American campfire revival. There it is. Oh my gosh. There are sweatshirts. I love this. And so people would gather online in my backyard around a campfire and we would begin learning the history of our America. Not the 1619 version, but the actual true untold story of our forefathers who covenanted with their creator and applied his word to subdue tyranny and build institutions that would create
Conservatives Need To Stand Up Against Vaccine Mandates
"Let's talk to jeff from plymouth michigan. I'm reading this correctly. His son plays college hockey in their mandating. The vaccine jeff you there. Yes i charlie. Did i get that my you did. plays college hockey vantage mandated may vaccine with religious and medical exemption consideration. Road zone letter got denied. We have a meeting with the dean tomorrow. Just kind of wondering if you had any thoughts. And i have a letter from a priest you know religious conviction conscience etcetera etcetera Just kind of wondering any other thoughts or ideas about how to To twist the arm so to speak about For providing for an exemption for what school. I'm just curious. Lawrence tech lawrence tech and that is of course in in michigan app saris lawrence technological university's about a four or five thousand students private university in southfield michigan. Let me ask you. Your son plays hockey. Has he's played hockey his whole life. This means a lot to him right. So this is basically yes to make a decision to take a specific piece of medicine or forsake. His dreams that am. I understanding that correctly. That is correct these yup and he's already decided he's not taking the vaccine. He'll give up hockey's because he's not taking the vaccines for for a number of and it's not the lisa which is appeased feces and knees. Bend the pro life. March may times in dc spend standing in front of abortion no with us for twelve years etcetera etcetera. So no way. He's getting the vaccine buddy shirts. But at the same time heartbreaking that he has to give up his you know sports and play fighters old well. And so i. I just wanna say while you're still in the line here jeff that you should be praising your son for his courage and his moral conviction the lord will bless him for that and there will be another place for in the play. Hockey will will help find him one if we have to. I know thousands of college athletes. That are in the same position there. I'm happy to offline. give you some piece of advice. So if you just email me freedom. At charlie kirk dot com. I'm going to connect you with someone who has actually helped navigate this. Unfortunately you don't have a lot of legal recourse here conservatives. Need to stand up for people. Like jeff and his son and say that this is an overreach of power we as conservatives like limited government because we want people to be a live with their own natural rights
"plymouth" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Coming up following investigations into the plymouth. Gunman devon call. Police consider reclassifying last week shootings as an act of terrorism. Hey business owner. Did you know that over four point. Two billion people are active on social media. Now that means if you want to connect with your customers and find new ones you need social hoot. Suite is the must have tool for managing and growing your business on social you can schedule content published posts and track your success all in one place. Millions of businesses around the world are already using sweet. Now it's your turn go to hoot suite dot com slash thirty free to start your free trial and get fifty percent off your first year. That's h. o. ot su it dot com slash. Thirty free for free thirty day. Trial and fifty percent off your first year at the moment the plymouth cases not being treated as terrorism although it may be reclassified according to police is important that we classify this terrorism. No i think that could be grounds for it. An obviously you know. That is a very specific. Uk definition of terrorism which stipulates that. It must be for the purpose of advancing a political racial or religious ideological. 'cause i don't see why an individual cases if it's proven that that raise that ideological motivation behind it. If it's proven that the time that was spent in a subculture has radicalized individual sir express a violent misogynistic rage against women and then they go into knock that fun fantasy that to me would meet the definition of terrorism so it's all really about establishing motivation and purpose. Another issue now and scrutiny and the plymouth cases the the killer had his gun license restored after attending an anger management decision which is now under investigation by the independent office for police conduct and this week in response to this ministers have said that going forward applicants for admission to own firearms will have their social media checked. Do you have a sense. That release and security services are are doing enough to try to root out people online. Who might guns commit these kinds of crimes or have these sort of extreme views. It's difficult it can be very easy to immediately blame tech companies in the police for missing things which is not say. We shouldn't scrutinize what they do. In relation to particular crimes and particularly before something has happened but if the threshold of violence isn't seen and if it's not expressed before hand it can be often very very difficult to fly. But i think questions. Do you need to be all about why. Davidson's license was removed. Which would indicate that wasn't issue there and was an and the management attended and then why it was given back so perhaps this is an example. Where had his social media been scrutinized a bit further and the fact that you know we know that lie is cheap for example. He had an interest in gun culture. Perhaps there would be grounds for saying. Is this someone should own a gun. But hindsight is a wonderful thing and piecing the picture off to. It's very easy to say well. Of course he shouldn't have had a gun but beforehand is difficult for a lot of what we've talked about in this episode. Might feel like new information for many people and the in some even is still fairly unknown to most. But it's clearly growing as he explained needs to be better understood but is this. What in cell really. Something we haven't seen before. Is it just a recent term for problems in attitudes that have been around for hundreds of years. Yeah i mean it's a great question is something i think about a law. I mean the simple fact of someone being virgin being straight. But that i mean that argument is probably something that's timeless across society. So is it that in cells have always existed for the online world. Essentially giving them a place to congregate. But i think we can't overlook the fact that the internet has created something quite specific because without the internet. Yes people may have been virgins and they may have been frustrated but they wouldn't have had a place to shatter grievances and create this kind of language in this social hierarchy that that many of them believe invo fundamentally and i think that's what's different now it's really the fact that we have online subcultures the commence and potentially push some into a bit more of an extremist mindset whereas of course he may have had men and women who were lonely and virgins who aside about that but they didn't necessarily have a tangible community in which to congregate florence. Thank you very much. Thank you that was florence came as the story develops our team of reporters are continuing to bring you the latest from plymouth. Follow their work at the guardian dot com and also read more on the insult movement at the website including an article by laura bates could the in some movement is a form of extremism and it cannot be ignored any longer. If you've been affected by anything we've talked about in this episode. You can contact samaritans on one one six one two three or you can email joe at samaritans dot org. That's it for today. This episode was produced by elizabeth. Casson sound design was by execute ta be executive producers archie. Bland and phil may not. We'll be back.
"plymouth" Discussed on Today in Focus
"In the uk in europe as well so an a lot of it's anonymous so people using avatars and hiding their ip addresses. So it's again quite difficult to say this average age in this specific place but generally kind of young men maybe if they go instead twenties as well and even potentially older who who found that kind of unable to form relationships again you know. There's there's debates online about what constitutes a real insult. You know some people call themselves. You know true cells. That that could pure surgeons. They've never kissed women. They've never owns where women. Some men may have had a relationship but they haven't had one for a long time. Some insults are referred to as fake cells. Which is actually this kind of debate over whether someone is to good-looking via true in south so often individuals will post a picture of themselves on. Ask what what the community thing can they might say you know. You're you're good looking actually. It's been insult you know you could easily get go. How does in coacher compared to other online sup coaches. Do you think in terms of how people radicalized what is slightly different about the insole coach. Everything about other potentially extreme movements is there's a kind of geology in the they really see themselves as inferior in tons of that looks but they see themselves as superior in that incident whereas other extremists may be the all rights or you know in other spaces is not confined to the right wing either. When they're they're considering themselves as that they're the kind of core ingram. It's really that that better than those that they hate whereas within cells it's the they they hate their out group but they also feel inferior to them. I think that's where where the insole by the insult. Movement is quite different. And you know people compare in cells and say you know we need to treat it like we treat you another terrorist for example al qaeda or isis or something like that and it's really difficult with the insole movement because there is no one fixed doctrine there is no leader. There's no cortex and there's no real end go either. And there's no kind of belief in the higher power afterwards. It is quite different. Okay so you told us about the patterns. You see within in cell culture. Tell me about when it shifted from online forums to something with real world consequences really. The word insult came into public consciousness in two thousand fourteen. When it's twenty two year old man named elliot. Rodger took a mass killing spree in isla vista california. He began by stabbing his two housemates in another man in his own apartment and then he attempted to ins with sorority house at the university of california at santa barbara. He failed to get in and then he just started randomly. Shoot pauses by. Cnn has learned. Elliot rodgers father was racing from la to santa barbara and a frantic search for his son when the car radio blurted and announcement ran like kindling. Driving a black bmw. Just like his sons was on a deadly shooting rampage in santa barbara and then offer exchanging some gunfire with police. He then died from self inflicted wound. So that was really when this first case came came in zwolle understanding and he left this huge manifesto called my twisted world which am one hundred thirty seven pages long it was this kind of autobiographical account where he really deep in the mended his frustrations over his failure to form relationships with women and have sex and then we did not have this real detailed plan of his day of retribution. Where he he noted his ultimate goal was to murder as many women as possible in this royalty house off to that police uncovered. He'd really been planning this attack for months and had uploaded several of youtube videos before that were quite disturbing. I mean it's such a horrific case. What was the response on. Insult forums to this elliot. Rodger pays pretty important role in the in sao community and kind of hailed as the first sort of insult hero. I suppose and when another attack happens that may or may not be inside or misogynist. People often say you know he's gone. E r. to stand for elliot rodgers initials minassian. Who was the toronto vanackere. Several years later in two thousand eighteen had posted before all hail. The in our bellion alien as police searched for a motive one possible explanation is circulating online. Suggesting menasian was angry over being rebuffed by women in what appears to be a post on facebook it which a man with the same name and picture as menasian refers to the supreme gentleman. Elliot rodger just as we might see in other extremists. Communities people referencing takas from before we see a similar thing at play with the violent of insul- attacks that we have seen i would stress. It's still a handful of cases. Maybe we can pad. It's a what we've seen on the fall right in recent years and of course some of the jihadist violence that we've seen but nonetheless there is this kind of self referential nature of some of the attacks and elliot rodger forms a core part of that before the plymouth shootings have there been any cases of known in south carrying out attacks in the u k. So there's this two quite interesting cases that we've seen in the last year so to tara trials at one one in scotland in one in middlesbrough. I'm both defendants young men and they were both charged on terrorism charges. The in subculture was referenced in both of the trials but ultimately wasn't of the final conviction but definitely interesting to note how there may have been some overlap there as well as something that is becoming better understood here in the u k. I mean are police. Taking in so coach more seriously i believe understanding is growing. It was interesting to see jonathan. Who'll qc's comments over the weekend. He's the k. Independent review of terrorism legislation almost good very obscure ideology leads some go and kill someone. It would in principle qualifies terrorism. Would you want to divert resources and treated as terrorism. Probably not if something which is the scale where effects if you like the national security of the country or the general sense of security of the population then you might might want to. And they've always been these quite difficult balancing exercises. He goes into a lot of data about insult them in one of his court documents and really kind of confirms the insulting con in in some cases be treated as an ideology for the purposes of terrorism. The canadian government already interesting to look up because they've specifically recognised insult form of ideologically motivated. Violent extremism so it does seem that governments are paying more attention to it and trying to understand how may fit into our understanding of of extremism and potentially even terrorism and we should say that in the uk terrorism can be treated differently to other kinds of violent crime by the police and legal system in terms of investigation and sentencing. But it's jonathan hall. Says not all insolence by violence would automatically be to terrorism. It would have to be carried out with the intention of actually furthering this calls. Do you think there cases wherein surveillance. How's.
"plymouth" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Researching internet's coaches at the international center for the study of radicalization at king's college london. When you heard about the plymouth shootings and dita's about the government began to emerge. Where did you start looking online for more information so we oversee heard the news when everyone else said late on thursday night and initially we know the police were cooling a domestic instant which they they still are but quite quickly then emerge that. I'm this shoots are hard. Some overlap with various kind of online subcultures so specifically. He had a youtube channel where he posted several videos in the weeks. And months leading the shooting where much of the language that he was using the discourse he really seems to be interested in these communities and potentially embedded in them and from that we managed to establish his read it profile his instagram accounts and his facebook all of which started to paint a bigger picture of someone that was deeply misogynistic and entrusted in these kind of online mail. Subcultures we should say that police are still investigating the sheeting and it is too early to say his motivations were but when you look at the kind of. He was sharing online the kind of videos he was making did he say reminds you of other content that you look in your work. Yeah what we saw with davidson and as you say. We still don't know the motivation. But but the the kind of things he was saying really paint a picture of someone with a deep amount of grievances against the world overlap with the insult subculture. And it was this notion that you know he was almost twenty three. He was still a virgin. He'd been trying to improve himself. You know videos of him kind of work now saying that you know he thought his life would change and it hadn't really paints a picture of someone that was quite disillusioned with the world's and really landing that blame on women and really kind of using quite a humanizing language for for for women as a whole in the you know it's really there for being picky. That's why someone like him. We'll never be able to find relationship. It was kind of a very kind of a grievance filled picture that again i would say dazs overlap with some of these online mail coaches. That am i study. I mean interest came back a little bit. What do we mean when we say insult and went to that term. I stopped being used so insult. Breakdown stands for invalid. She celebrate and of course the idea of someone being involuntary celebrate will have existed for th- rather ultimately i actually became a term used running back about twenty years ago. They started as a forum. Ironically by by a women actually acquitted women. He started this forum. cooed alana's involuntary celebrate projects. It was a friendly place to talk about being lonely and wanting human connection and wondering what it is that we were struggling with it was initially really a much more sympathetic space for people who were virgins to kind of come together to talk about their anxieties of being left behind from that pig group. You know personal issues and not having enough friends and family issues and all that stuff could would all be tied into someone's loneliness and disconnection is much more akin to a self help community is that it was anything that was misogynistic and so i'm still interested in working on that issue with people but we can't call it. Involuntary celibacy anymore because the you know the angry violent in-cell people of taken that over. Unfortunately and how has the in cell identity evolved over time. He said sort of reached in this idea of being celebrate but not by choice. How is it. Is it going beyond. So even within the in south subculture their variations of how they would really define themselves on the one hand you may have people that define themselves as insult but actually they potentially see a way out and that comes the idea of being able to let betty yourself improve yourself. It's still deeply misogynistic often and still maybe describes women in dehumanizing way but it but it potentially sees an end point where you may be able to kind of get out of your circumstance on the other hand. We see some insults within community that a much. More nihilistic about that outcomes and they would talk about themselves as being black pills and essentially that means this kind of acceptance that you know the system's really gone too far to change. There's nothing that can be done by these insults to raise their status. They believe that they're determines we're live at the bottom of this sort of genetic hierarchy based on looks nothing that they can do achieve that change and some have argued that if someone is block pills and they bind that ideology they're potentially more likely to engage in in a more violent worldview whether that's talking in a violent way online by the bats expressing intent enroll life but actually harming themselves as wild. And you mentioned the. Tim blunt clayton. What does not mean. The red pill is probably the most well known. And that's this trope borrowed from the film. The matrix by that was that famous scene of neo being offered the red pill or the blue pill and the red pill means you'll being awoken societies. It really is and he takes the red pill he wakes up in the world and he sees the world as it is so it's basically a metaphor for into the world is actually is so more generally in in men's rights communities in the madness fear the red pill is awakening yourself to a life feminist delusion and saying you know men are actually victims on the black pill is this insult iteration of it. So it's not simply the men have lost power but it saying you know there is nothing that can be done about this. The system is what it is. I look at the idea of kind of power in this kind of shifting of power so i guess broader male activists communities. Does this idea that you know this sort of feminist takeover by the world means that men and now on the bottom they see themselves as losing power in the real world. And that's why there's this big feminist backlash and insult and is is really the kind of the bitter end of that so it's not simply just about men's place in the world but really just what they feel is being denied to them. Which is this basic biological riot of sex since block pilling and another time. I've seen used is charleston. Stacy's what does that mean. Yes so. I'm when insult communities. Talk about charleston. Stacy's it's really this notion of the kind of idealized body over man and a woman who they see the top and the child being. The man is kind of very muscular looking man. That's kind of famous. Chad verse is virgin. Meam or chad verse is stacey. Meanwhile you have the kind of to your body side by side. And yet as i say. The charges is very muscular. Looking white man and the stacey is a very voluptuous blonde women with big big breasts on kind of these these very look space. Stereotypes really the ridi of show themselves install seeing themselves as totally inferior the ideal body type and some of that crosses over as well in surveys as well they often refer to the idea of just be white. Which again is this idea that you know. The white man is also the kind of idealized way to look and so while sometimes people often say insult the fall rights in their white supremacist. I would say there are influences of white supremacist ideology. But actually we see really diverse. Profiles of insoles. It's not just white men. Although it's very diverse have you found that there is a common insul- pro folic at a typical kind of person who might be predisposed to follow these ideas. I mean it seems to be relatively young men. it became. I think really started being bigger in north america but of course we do know that there are more more kind of users in other parts of the world.
"plymouth" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Today what britain's worst my sheeting in over a decade tells us about the dark online world of in south and just a warning before we start we do talk about misogynous violence and make reference to suicide in this episode. It become us this evening just off to six pm. The gunman entered the house. Embiid drive dr acquaint street in plymouth close to the city's dockyard in that house. He shot his mother maxine davidson. He then went outside and killed lee martin and his daughter sophie. She was three years old hingis to others and then went on to take the lives of stephen. Washington and kate sheppard in total. The attack lasted for twelve minutes. A few more details now on the breaking news. We've been bringing you from plymouth. E emergency services are responding to an incident in the city in devon south western ambulance. Service says to sent four helicopters to the scene in the kim area of the city in the following hours. The police class this as a domestic incident officers said the shootings were not thought to be terror related after speaking to the chief constable of devon cuomo police. The home secretary pretty patel said on twitter that she was shocked by the incident. She urged the community to remain calm. But then evidence began to emerge about the killer. Jake davison had been immersed in a misogynist online world known as the insult movement while his reasons for carrying out the attack still unknown he's online footprint has left police increasingly concerned that it may have been motivated by a hatred of women came community proven But there's a lot of love in this place and community spirit. Here has always been really really strong on amazing. How many people come out tonight just to pay their respects and show how much love and support around for the tight knit community where he lived the connection between a local man and an embittered internet subculture that has been tied to previous acts of mass. Violence is hard to understand. But those who've spent years examining this movement are asking what he's actions tell us about a leaderless ideology that some argue should now be as a terrorist threat from the guardian. I'm rachel humphries..
5 killed in shooting in Plymouth, England; gunman also dead, police say
"The nation. At least five people are dead after a shooting in southwest England. Police in Devon and Cornwall revealed the gunman also died during the violence in Plymouth, a member of parliament tweeted the shooting was
"plymouth" Discussed on Mommies Tell All
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Library Book Returned After 50 Years With $20 Bill
"At a Pennsylvania library 50 years later, the Plymouth Public Library says the copy of Burton Hobson's coins you can collect was returned recently through the mail with a $20 bill and an apology note. The letter said The book was checked out in 1971 by a young girl, but then she moved away. Not long after reporter Mark Mayfield says the note also requested that the $20 be used to help somebody else with their late fees. WSB news time 5
"plymouth" Discussed on Kickass Boomers
"In 1912 because I was pregnant and had morning sickness the ship. They missed was the Titanic. Oh my gosh, I didn't even know about that. I asked for information from all of my relatives, right? In writing my book. Oh, that's a good idea. Yep. Now, who told you? That one of your keys off? A little bit older than me. He he's dead now. But he told me that because our grandma was pregnant with his dad. Oh, that's how we knew his dad, right? My mom never told me. So there are a lot of other things that I didn't know. Right? And they're all in my book when that's so interesting. And we all every family has these little tidbits of information that are fascinating that our grandchildren and great-grandchildren would love to know. But we forget to tell them like every now and then I'll sit down. I'll start talking to my children or my husband will walk. Yeah, this is what we did when we were young and blah blah and they go. All this is so great. They don't record it which they should and there's so much information we have. We can't give it all out. So that's a great way. Put it into a book wage. All those little tidbits that are so. Fascinating are really important. So, my book is very easy to write, because it's based on pictures. Yeah, it's mostly all pictures. Yeah, I see. So it's easy to write and it's crazy to read. Yes. So I have one picture that I have, and it's a picture of me. Oh, clothing at home and my mother. And my sister standing next to a car. And they said, notice my mom was a family car. I was born in that car. I think it's a Plymouth. I couldn't quite make it to the hospital. Oh my gosh, you were born in a car. I had a cousin born in a car. Wash, that's amazing. So nobody's going to know about this unless I tell them. So now they're all going to know and I have so many fun stories to tell my grandchildren..
America Has a Drinking Problem
"Okay so when exactly did american start drinking. Was it at the start of america. Yeah literally so the reason sort of unbelievably or one of the reasons. I should say that. The mayflower landed at plymouth. Rock is because the ship was running low on beer people back then drink beer instead of water or they preferred it to water. Same and the sailors freaked out. And they thought that at the rate that they and pilgrims. We're drinking the beer. They won't have enough beer to get them back to england's so rather than sail on to the mouth of the hudson which had been the plan they pull the shore and kick the pilgrims off and that is why the pilgrims landed at plymouth rock. Of course the truth may have been a little more complicated than what was indicated in their diaries as they complained bitterly that winter about the beer and having been kicked off there were other things going on it was december. The weather was bad. The food was running low but the beer was a big part of the picture. People are dying in there. Like where's the booze yeah right. So william bradford who would go on to be the governor of the plymouth colony for thirty years that winter in his diary couldn't stop talking about the beer dearest diary. It has been another long and thirsty. Day here at the plymouth colony. How i long for the cool sweet feeling of a droplet of beer rolling down my throat part. That's not real. Almost half of the pilgrims were going to die that winter and the is what he was worried about now to be fair people back then. Were very leery of water. There had been problems with water. Purity in england and they thought that beer was safer nonetheless. They really enjoyed their liquor
Why Do Americans Celebrate the Fourth of July with Fireworks?
"Does this sound familiar at all. Without a visual clue it might be a little hard to figure out. But that's the sound of fireworks. Many of you are curious about how these celebratory explosions work. And why we use them. Historians and archaeologists think fireworks started in china. Maybe as early as twenty two hundred years ago and they've been used in europe and other parts of the world for at least eight hundred years in the united states where our show is based they've become a big tradition on the fourth of july. So hi my name is nicholas in six years old. And i live in plymouth michigan and i want to know why people do fireworks on the fourth of july. Thank you bye while nicholas. Americans have been celebrating. July fourth fireworks since seventeen. Seventy seven the first anniversary of the signing of the declaration of independence. John adams was one of the people who signed that document in seventeen. Seventy six a year earlier declaring their wish for the american colonies to become independent from england. Afterwards adams wrote to his wife that he wanted that day to be celebrated with lots of parades shows bonfires bells illuminations. Adams was a well known person. In the early days of the united states he later became the first vice president and the second president so his wish would have been shared with others as well and so on the one year anniversary of the signing. The city of philadelphia had a big celebration with thirteen fireworks. One for each of the original thirteen colonies. Now john adams didn't come up with this idea entirely on his own. English royalty had been using fireworks for national celebrations since at least the thirteenth century. Which went fireworks came to europe. They were widely in use by the fifteenth century. That's about six hundred years ago. But they were hard to find in the early days of the united states so celebrations back then often included guns and cannons more than actual fireworks.
"plymouth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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Mayflower AI Sea Drone Readies Maiden Transatlantic Voyage
"The Mayflower has left Plymouth England again this is not the same ship that arrived in Massachusetts in sixteen twenty this may flowers much more moderate and marine biology professor Richard Thompson says it's searching for signs of plastic pollution in the water to sample write down some of the smallest pieces in the ocean some of the microplastics lessen the diameter of a human head Andy Stanford Clark with IBM says this may flowers robotic no passengers on board I don't know what situation is going to come across so that itself will be a journey which discovery the old Mayflower mated to Plymouth Massachusetts in sixteen twenty red fan F. with the Mayflower autonomous ship projects says who knows what happens this time most similar thing between this project on the four hundred and the regional four hundred years ago was that neither of us are sure we were going to make it but our risk is much smaller than their risk the journey to Massachusetts should take about two weeks I met Donahue
Shots Fired in Hallway of Minnesota Middle School
"Has been arrested over gunshots at a middle school in Minnesota. Plymouth police chief Eric Faden says it happened just before school started. Our officers heard what they Recognizes gunshots within the building, he says. One person in the hallway was taken into custody. Sheriff David Hutchinson says it was the best possible outcome. I gather the school resource officer there could handle In de escalate the situation so nobody was hurt. The school superintendent says multiple shots were fired and call it a challenging day for students.
Prince Philip Mourned At British Imports Shop In Plymouth, SE Of Boston
"Britain's Queen Elizabeths husband. Prince Philip WBZ TV's Michael across, stopped by one Plymouths shop with a special connection to the British Royals at British imports of Plymouth. The passing of Prince Philip. The Duke of Edinburgh was the topic of discussion among customers. Thank you so much nicer. Thanks, Barney and the shops, owner Unity, McClane and then obviously all the Kings and Queens of England as I was going by the shop today, but I just have to stop in and said so sorry. He did live a very long and full life. But ah lot of excitement. McClane grew up in England and says her dad knew the prince. My dad used to play cricket on his cricket team. They were great friends and wonderful night together. McClane respected the princes, dedication. The country in appreciates how he was the Queen's sounding board for more than 70 years. He was about the only person who could turn around to say and say to her when she came up with an idea where you're talking about that's bloody stupid. Royal watchers say the queen will now most likely turn to her Children to consult as she continues. To leave the country. His funeral is scheduled
Boston-area man dead after apparent hit-and-run
"Bridgewater Police and the Plymouth County D. A are investigating a fatal hit and run that happened early this morning. Bridgewater police got the call just after 12:30 A.m. after someone reported an unconscious man in the street. Fire department tried to help, but he was pronounced dead on scene. Investigators think he was hit by a car again. State police and local police are
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"plymouth" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"In radio on a high school station in Plymouth. Here in town at Plymouth Salem High School. We gotta gotta still to this day have a radio station there. I used to be double usdp school district, Plymouth when I was there in 1979 83 class of 83 anyway, got bit by the radio bug and just have never been able to climb my way out of out of the tar pit that is radio But you know, along the way fast forward to 2010. And I, like many people, sadly in this crazy business of ours, because so much has changed in the industry, and it's a It's a tough road. Now I was downsized, and I found myself out of radio for the first time in my career. And I didn't really know what to do. And so I'm a person of faith. And so I just began praying to God. And you know, in 1999. I had the opportunity to go on a trip with food for the poor to witness their work in Jamaica At the time, I was doing mornings on a radio station in Dallas. And they said, Hey, we'd love to do a fundraising campaign with you, but you gotta come see firsthand. What we do so you can feel good about endorsing and I'm like, Yeah, I'll go to Jamaica. Who would say no to that? Right? Well, I saw the other side of Jamaica. I mean, like, 90 minutes after getting off the plane, I am on a mountain of garbage in Jamaica. And I'm like, I don't see this in the tourist brochure. This is not in here. The man, I'll tell you. What happened over that long weekend is my heart was broken for the plight of the poor. I mean, I knew about it Anecdotally. I knew about it, You know intellectually, but I've never experienced it emotionally. Until that weekend as I stood and I walked among the poor and I got in close and I smelled everything about poverty has stepped in, and I smelled it. I had the flies buzzing around my head. I saw the tears running down Mom's faces. I saw the vacant eyes of Children who have gone Too many days without enough food that they just become like shell shocked and it changed me forever. Now, fast forward back to 2010. I'm out of radio. I began to pray. So God, you know, I would really love to find a way to help the poor and I've got all this radio background. Maybe you could do something with all that. Well, he's got he can do stuff with whatever he wants to. He's God. Right? And I sighed to started praying and I'm telling you what Darryl Within about three weeks, I saw job posting for a radio fundraiser for food for the poor. I applied a blue in a resume that it was like three o'clock in the morning. I saw that posting its only It could be a beautiful thing, and I blew in a resume and long story short that was like late 2010. I started with food for the poor January of 2011. And in the decades since I've been so blessed to be able to travel into Haiti and Jamaica and Guatemala and Nicaragua, I've seen a great deal of poverty. I've been blessed to walk amongst the poor. And my life is the better for it. And along the way I have seen with my own eyes because people ask me all the time when they find out what I do. They're like, you know, the poverty around the world just seems so overwhelming so pervasive. What difference can one person make? You know? Just giving a little bit of money, And I'm like I'm here to tell you when you focus it down to making a difference in the life of one child. It makes all the difference in the world. And I've seen it time and time again. I've pay I played with Children. To absent the work of food for the poor in our partners on the ground would have starved to death. I held a little girl at an orphanage in Guatemala. Her name was Iris man. She was a roly poly little thing about 18 months old. They found her abandoned in a park in the middle of Guatemala City. And they brought her to a food for the poor orphanage. And we were there visiting just for a few hours. And, you know, I call them like my God appointments on every trip that I go with with food for the poor God brings me face to face with a child typically Sometimes it's an adult, but usually it's a child. And I kind of like, pick him out of the crowd, and there's just like this connection between me and that child and I will spend that time I'll pick up that child. If they're a little one, and I'll just I'll just Invest a little bit in that child and that child gives back to me and I take their face. I'm a photographer, too. So I take their photo That becomes my memory book. I take a little bit of what I know of their story back with me. And I've collected a lot of those stories over the air over the years. Iris is one of them. I don't know where she is today. She's the next time I went back to the orphanage. She had been adopted out somewhere. I don't know. I don't know how she's doing. I pray every day that she's healthy because she could have died in that park just abandoned. I'm thankful that we picked her up. Another little guy that I met was a little boy named Freddie again. One of our nutritional centers, and Freddie was 11 years old when I met him, and this little boy had been ravaged by malnutrition. I mean, it was bad, so bad. I mean, 11 years old, and I think he weighed about 30 some pounds. Terrible, terrible. He looked just horrible, but we had gotten him into our nutritional program and he was on the mend. And so we played with him had a good time with them. You know, we didn't speak the.
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