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Julie Kelly Recounts What J6 Defendants Have Been Forced to Say

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | Last month

Julie Kelly Recounts What J6 Defendants Have Been Forced to Say

"Talk to us some of the next things I'm going to ask you to recount is somebody who's followed the case is gone to the courts, our listers will not believe so I'm going to ask you as a witness to them to recount what you have seen the January 6th defendants be forced to say what their defenders, their attorneys have forced them to say, which are political statements which could be ripped out of the history of the red guard in Maoist China or any show trial behind the iron curtain. So give us some of the totally anti American, not un American, anti American things that are happening in courts just a couple of miles from this studio, Julie. So I've said repeatedly and to your point, if I do decide to write a follow-up book. There's no if there's no if about it, Julie Kelly, we need you to do that. Well, one of the primary reasons why I would undertake that task is to call out the real villains in all of this stuff and those are the judges who sit on the D.C. district court. Regardless of who appointed them and I'm talking about Trump appointees, Obama Clinton all the way down to Reagan, as I said, Tom Hogan, who have acted as nothing more than a rubber stamp for this vengeful prosecution by Joe Biden's Department of Justice holding people behind bars as they delay their trials, denying them bail. Simply because they all consider these people not even dissidents they be treated better, but domestic terrorists. So what's happened is for a lot of these people desperate to move on with their lives. Is basically apologizing to the court in some cases writing letters, acknowledging what some public defenders have asked for. Acknowledging their white privilege, condemning the systemic racism of America saying they were duped by Donald Trump by social media by anyone saying that the election was stolen or rigged.

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"red guard" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

07:24 min | Last month

"red guard" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"I can act then more skillfully, which is why I came up with this term living kindness. I think it might be worth saying more about this distinction that exists in your mind between living kindness and loving kindness. Yeah. Yeah. So the first distinction is this distinction between doing a meditation practice. And then the rest of your life. Which, again, we know it can be great to meditate. And hopefully, it's not always, but you know, you can have these wonderful moments. But the real challenge for most of us is what do we do with that at the end of the retreat or at the end of the sitting when I put the spiritual book down and walk into the kitchen face a pile of dishes, how do I take this practice into my life? That's realistic. Because I guess for me, it's not realistic to just walk around, you know, I love everybody, everything is peace and joy. I've had those moments. They come and go again. And so how can I apply this? And so then there are these simple ideas, maybe simple, I don't know, sometimes very challenging. But ideas that the Buddha is putting forth there's a beautiful one in one of the suitors where the Buddha is asking one of his monks. How he practices kind of in a harmonious way with these other monks that he's living with. And they're kind of on a retreat like the three of them out in the forest. And the Buddha is saying the phrases, how do you blend like milk and water? And the monk on a ruta says, I think to myself, why not put aside what I wish to do? And do what these venerable ones wish to do. Well, that kind of epitomizes like living kindness to me, putting aside my own desires in the moment and doing things for someone else. And I actually came upon that suitor when my daughter was just like a toddler. And I thought, oh, this is parenting. This is exactly what you do as a parent, put aside what I wish to do and do with this venerable one, this venerable two year old needs me to do. And that was very inspiring for me because, you know, if you're a serious meditator, and you have kids, which I think you've had this experience, they can kind of intrude, they might seem to be intruding on your practice. And when you realize, oh no, my practice is to take care of this venerable one, is to put aside what I wish to do, that I am practicing and loving kindness when I do that. Oh, that's a gift to me. It's like, oh, okay, right. Because we can turn our practice into this precious little thing of like, oh, it's this meditation and when I'm in these particular states, you know, and I'm feeling all this love. That's my practice. The rest of my life, not so much. The way the Buddha talks about love or loving kindness and I guess we could parse those words might be worth doing that at some point, but the way he talks about meta at least seems at times inaccessible to me. You have a quote from the Buddha that you've highlighted in your book. Where he said, even if your limbs are being sawed off by bandits, if a thought of ill will arises in the mind, you are not practicing what I teach. One of my favorite lines, just because it's so, I don't know. I guess I'm kind of perverse in some way. It seems so ridiculous. And it certainly will undercut any spiritual pride. We might have. Any spiritual ego. If we think we have evolved to the point of being enlightened in some way, all we have to do is ask someone to start sawing off our limbs and see how we handle it. So, you know, I talked to one of my monastic teachers who actually was really kind enough to help me with this manuscript and he takes more of an attitude of this is this is more symbolic. That it's not literal. And maybe, I mean, he should know more than I do. But it was interesting when I was teaching this suitor to some college students at a Catholic college where I sometimes do a little teaching and in the middle of offering it, I realized, oh, this is kind of the story of Christ on the cross. I thought that's really interesting. What am I going to do with that? Because before that, I thought, well, no one could do this. But then I thought, well, that's actually sort of an archetype of western spirituality of the judeo Christian tradition. Of this person being crucified and saying, forgive them lord, they know not what they've done. I think he also has some complaints to God after that. I'm not sure which comes first. Why have you forsaken me? But we do have this ideal here. So maybe it's not so unrealistic. There's another story of a Chinese monk who was attacked by the red guard. I guess this was in the 60s. And he was like, in his 80s or something. And all his students ran away. He stayed in the monastery and the red guard came and beat him, nearly to death. And when his students came back to the monastery, they found him and they said, and they were saying to him, it's okay. You know, it seems like you're trying to hang on to your life and don't hold on to your life for us. And he said, I'm not holding on to my life for you. I'm holding on to it for those red guards because the karma for them would be just too terrible if I were to die. And so he recovered and apparently lived quite a few more years afterward. So another sort of model of this just unimaginable compassion and forgiveness. I try to take the Buddhist teachings as literally as possible. And accept my own shortcomings in regard to them. And say, whether the Buddha met this or not, I know I can't do that. I can't be that person, but that's okay. I don't have to be that person, you know? I'm not perfect. I'm not enlightened, you know? I have this vision. And I think spiritual teachings are often about an idealized vision. Enlightenment itself is a kind of idealized vision that really, you know, what is it? Is it real? I think one of the things that keeps us motivated on

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"red guard" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

05:37 min | 2 months ago

"red guard" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"Thank you. Okay, so to talk about TikTok first, I want to just give you some background. I am very against TikTok because of what we knew and have known for quite some time about the relation to its origins to the ownership, all relating back to communist China. Now, it's a little weird for me because I run it on profit where I interview people that escaped communism. So a lot of those people are from communist China where they have been tortured and slave labor camps or put into forced labor positions and then put into sleep exhaustion, torture, whenever they aren't working. These stories are disgustingly horrific, right? And they have been going on for decades because the CCP, the Chinese Communist Party rose to power in the mid 1900s. So we've been dealing with this for quite some time, but now China just a sum it up quick. This is like a really long. This could be semester's worth of education here. But the CCP has done a really good job rebranding themselves in this modern age when in reality it's the same CCP from the 1950s, the same CCP where you had Mao Zedong, teaching all of the youth, taking them out of school, putting them into indoctrination camps, raising them up to be members of the Red Army, which is what they were called, and they would all implement the ideas of the little red book. Mao's little red book was his prophetic statements on politics and life and the new culture of China, so with the implementation of the principles of the little red book, you had this Red Army, the red guard, putting all of these rules into society. And so enforcing them scaring people terrifying people and part of that eventually it ended up being called the cultural revolution because the removal of the old China ways. So the four olds were old ideas, old culture, old customs, and old habits. When you remove those things in a society, oh boy, you can have a lot of power because these are the things that keep a society together, keep people together humans connected from generation to generation. And so they attacked the four olds they attacked the family unit by putting kids against parents, encouraging family members to report each other for not being good comrades. And then, of course, you had the striking down of things like faith, religion, and cultural practices because that is really, really dangerous to the power of a communist leader of a communist regime. You are challenging their power. If you as a human believe that God put you on this earth or a higher power, greater than a government figure, any politician could ever be is more powerful and more important than that politician than, oh my gosh, you are a threat to the power of the Communist Party to the communist leader. And so religion, of course, gets removed when the left rises to power.

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"red guard" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"red guard" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"Carried out by the red guard, those were teenage students that were took out to the countryside, trained up to be a violent force, and you know what? They became so radicalized so indoctrinated in their way after just a small period of indoctrination by Mao Zedong with the little red book, they turned on each other because they were accusing red guard troops of not being passionate enough about defending the little red book. I'm not caring enough. About not being forceful enough. That's how ingrained it was in their brains. That's how they do it to youth. But in America, what do we do? We live in absolute luxury. We eat food every day, more calories than are required for. Our daily intake every single day. We are not required to do extreme levels of physical labor or work, or even walking, guys, everything is easy, and not just easy, but luxury levels of living. Compared to anywhere else, but in America, the amount of money that we have, the amount of material things that we're surrounded by. The amount of things that we don't have to even think about anymore. Like how to start a fire, how to cook food, how to butcher and prepare our own food, how to grow our own food. How to structure our own government, how to go to a library and find a book. How to navigate a map. None of these basic human things are even needed or thought about. Not even thought about anymore. I mean, I remember I was with someone and a compass was shown and I thought it was like tweezers. They truly didn't understand it was a compass for a map. And then I was with someone else. They saw another compass for a map, and they said, is that like a math compass? They didn't even understand that those had been used for maps. Things are used for maps in these ways because that's how people used to get around. When we look at this, it's embarrassing, because I don't look at that and say, jeez. Our school system really failed our kids. That's the only problem. Instead I say the school system failed the kids. The parents let it happen. The politicians got rich off of it, and couldn't give a crap what happens one way or another. And the teachers unions grew every year. More money goes to them every year. Less success happens with our children every year at the same time.

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"red guard" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"red guard" Discussed on WTOP

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"red guard" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:52 min | 7 months ago

"red guard" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Now it's two years you've witnessed the violence of the American red guard. I like that phrase. So tell us why loudon county. What happened in loudoun county and why did you want to talk to the school board? Yeah, so I just decided I need to do something, but I did not know how. Never, ever involved politically. So my story is one day I was watching Ben Ben Gino. Dan bongino. We love Dan. I love him. Yeah, and then he said, this is what you do. You want to get involved. Call the local Republican committee. And I stopped. I was cooking when I watch it. I stopped right there in Google and I found it. And so I joined the loudoun county Republican committee and later. You had no background in politics, never done anything political, apart from vote, and then Dan gives you this idea, so you call the local GOP committee. Yeah. And I joined them. And that's how. All right. That's the beginning. Thanks to Dan. How do you end up in front of the school board? What is the issue that says, okay, now I need to talk to the public school board. I want to talk to just about, I did not know where to start. But when I got the email saying going to school board, everyone, I said, well, I don't have children in school anymore. It doesn't matter. You're still taxpayer. So I said, what did I say? So whatever. I said, I know what I want to say. Because I've noticed and I've been paying close attention. What's going on? Education. And the school has been indoctrinated indoctrinate our kids. The same way the CCP indoctrinated me. And here is that I start to see young children hate America. The low America. And I just really feel like this is my opportunity to voice my concern. So that's how I went there. And was there an issue? Was it critical race theory? Was it something that they were specifically being taught? What was the final straw for you, she? Yeah, they division. So when I saw that in school, during the clearing, just like I'm just like everyone else, it's still in the pandemic. We start to learn what's being really taught in a classroom. When the kids are home. Yeah, and I heard this report of in loudoun county that the teacher trying to kind of a coach children to see the other classmate as another race rather than just a friend. And as if this is so familiar, that's what Mao did to us. And they divided us by class. And later, when I heard other stories, just exactly what I experienced in China. When I was 8 and there was a red guard, and that the neighborhood, kids want to have a little red guard. And so I want to join them. And then the leader said, we have to find out whether you are from the black class or rec class that three generation back, red class, meaning proletariat. They have nots. Black cloud means land only the bad one, the haves. So I was so sure that I have no problem because I never heard anything from my parents about my grandparents. So I took her with me to see my mother. And my mother said, your grandmother is a landowner. That's exactly how I feel. So you're an oppressor. Yes sir. If your grandmother owned land, then you are part of the black glass, you are an oppressor according to Mao's language. So you saw that division being replicated here in Virginia amongst our children, and that's when she went to take action. God.

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Why Xi Van Fleet Stood Up to the Loudoun County School Board

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 7 months ago

Why Xi Van Fleet Stood Up to the Loudoun County School Board

"See, we opened our discussion with the clip of you addressing the loudon county, a school board. Tell us why you did that. Why did you feel that you had to go there and give a speech? Yeah, I just wanted to tell people, I was not politically active. Politically involved at all. I think here more than 30 years. Most of the time, I'm just my own business, achieve my American Dream in terms of material. Just get a job buy a house, build a family. And it was about ten years ago. I started to see troubling signs. And that remind me of cultural revolution, started with political correctness. The phrase political correctness was familiar to you. Yeah. Why? Because we were told, what is correct? What is not? If you don't follow the correct prescription of way of talking, you will end up in jail. Or death. So there are words that you can not say in China. And the ones that are approved by the party are politically correct. So this wasn't new to you. No. And it's not only that, with the slip of town, you might just lose your life. It's just all this is nothing new. I want people to know this microaggression, nothing new. Council culture, nothing you. All this, but I have to say, it is 2020. When I saw what's happening on American streets. So there's American red guards burning our cities. So BLM antifa. Yes. And tearing statues as a doctor to

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For the Great Reset to Take Hold, the Parent-Child Bond Must Weaken

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 10 months ago

For the Great Reset to Take Hold, the Parent-Child Bond Must Weaken

"We've been talking about this theme for a couple of weeks that in order for the great reset to occur for a globalist vision of humanity to set in, the parental child bond must weaken. That the bond that children have with their parents is all that ties a society together. The Bible has told us this time and time again, the Bible has in the ten commandments. The only commandment that comes to the promise and involves your nation on your mother and father. So I mean, you might live long in the land of which you are in. A parental child bond actually keeps us free. Free from government intervention involvement in authoritarianism. There is no example of communism coming into place where strong families persisted. It does not exist. The phrase mother Russia, for example, came forward because they raised young children to believe their true mother was the Russian government. And Mao Zedong's China may have the Mao's red guard actually incentivizing children to turn their parents in. If they were not properly loyal to Mao's government, in Cuba, children were indoctrinated to believe that their maternal parents were not actually as important as the government body. I could go example after example and Mugabe's Rhodesia, which became Zimbabwe. That in order for these totalitarian experiments to be successful, the family is in the way. This is one of the reasons why we have seen a resurgence and a revival. And an unexpected strengthening of the parents party.

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"red guard" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"red guard" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Relations with the People's Republic of China and it's hard to convey what it was like to see a conservative Republican Cold War president shake the hand of Mao Zedong later of the world's largest communist power Today China is one of the U.S.'s largest trading partners and many Americans from Chinese families have complicated thoughts They know China There's the land of Mao's mass murders red guard brigades detention camps state censorship surveillance and imprisoned dissidents But it's also a country with family members ancestors and centuries of accomplishment and culture Christian has a new book of short stories that are linked by that relationship beginning with their recollections of someone who was a young girl who met the U.S. president in the Hangzhou park her book of stories is Thank you mister Nixon and Christian author of the highly acclaimed novel the resistors joins us now Thanks so much for being with us Oh it's my pleasure There is a famous photo which not that girl but another one And in her letter to president Nixon in the beyond she's affronted that he didn't notice her coat What did that mean Well you know the girl in my story of course is made up right But she does remember very well this visits And what she remembers most of all is not actually Nixon himself so much as Pat Nixon and the red that she wore Which really made a huge impression on the Chinese It was back then China was a sea of gray and navy blue and black and the Chinese famously great lovers of red You know when they saw that red code I mean they were just overwhelmed with admiration And much flows from that moment I think the razor used is it led a big Genie out of the bottle Help us understand that I think they have been taught to hate the west but they saw that coat and they love that coat And then ambivalence of course has continued to this day A picture favorite sequence I have is when you have a group of American tourists including from Chinese families visit the Great Wall This is before Yelp reviews you know might say I don't think it's so great or boy it needs repair People are impressed At that point they're also concerned about their guide aren't they Yeah yeah This is a typical Chinese thing I will say That the poor guide has been put in charge of these American tourists It's very early in the tourism thing in China And she actually does not speak very good English And she's got this job because of her father And so she herself is kind of an awkward situation And the protagonist's mother helps her out And I will say that it's you know this whole story is very Chinese not in its details but in its dynamic In the sense that the Chinese mother because she's Chinese born protagonist mother because she's Chinese born She understands a character grace grace Chen to Castro Right Grace Chan's mother Opel You know understands the tour guides situation And she helps her out and she does all the translating And then later on the tour guide turns around and does her a big favor And as I was writing the story of just having how kind of typical this is that opal chin when she helps that tour guide she just helps her out of compassion Because she understands the situation and because she can help And she's not trying to get anything out of the tour guide But the talk I does turn around and return a favor And I'm just so aware of how from American point of view This seems very transactional you know I'll scratch your back and you'll scratch mine But actually in the tiny context that's not what's going on at all Actually the first gift really was a gift And the return gift really is a gift For them it's not transactional And like I say I'm just very aware of how these kinds of exchanges these very Chinese exchanges are frequently misunderstood by the west I have to ask there is a distinguished NPR foreign correspondent I've known for many years who I won't name Who was in China once she did not cover China per se but was in China on a reporting trip and she will never forget she said once to stand on any street corner in Beijing Is to realize China really doesn't care what the rest of the world thinks Of course will they always they thought of themselves as the middle kingdom The middle meaning the middle of the world and they wore the middle of the world from many many many millennia and also it's a big country Just from a demographic point of view it's not surprising that they would think that they were in the middle of the world right I mean there they are with their billion plus people and many more than 1.4 billion at this point And of course they would think they were in the middle and how could we hear in America with their tiny numbers How could we think that we were actually in the middle That's a mystery right Well and also that anything we think about China's policies impresses them Do they care what we think I mean when the United States delivers another stinging denunciation of some kind of Chinese policy Well I don't think that they don't hear the sting denunciation because their media is controlled So don't worry They're not even hearing it And moreover actually they're very sensitive to American opinion And so for what it's worth I mean for my experience They actually do look up to the west And they want the west to think well of them Help me understand a Frasier used towards the end of these stories tears never just tea You know that line occurs in the context of someone who's being invited to tea by authorities This is a young dissident And if you're invited to tea by the authorities you know you are on their radar And they are sending a signal to you They are saving a signal That means that you are being watched and they would like you to whatever it is that you're doing that has prompted this T they would like you to cease and desist I can't end this conversation without enlisting your learned opinion in a family conversation our family has Hong Kong runs in and out of your stories And of course now we know about detention of Uighur Muslims I have this question right before the Olympic Games open Is it possible in these times to just be a tourist in China Is that the right thing to do I don't know if it's the right thing or the wrong thing but it is true that I think that every tourist must be aware that they're not just a tourist So I don't think it's possible to be just a tourist I don't think that you can say that it's right and I don't think that you can say that it's wrong But I think that you have to be aware that it is something Yes Jen Her book of stories thank you mister Nixon Thank you so much for being with us.

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"red guard" Discussed on History Accounts

History Accounts

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"red guard" Discussed on History Accounts

"The nation's infrastructure became unstable. The labor market was unreliable. Unloaded ships sat at docks. Trains went unrepaired public facilities dirty uncleaned and in wretched condition. The transport system became paralyzed unreliable train. Schedules people brawled to board trains. Crime became a serious issue. So did vigilante justice. There was no law and order in many places. People were using the coach revolution to write personal wrongs. The revolutions objective was clearly going nowhere. There was no unity among the rebels the ccp and in the military in july nineteen sixty seven in wuhan. China changed all of this there. The rebels attacked the city's political leaders. The rebels were comprised of factory workers and student red guards. What was different was the scope of the conflict. It was a full fledged civil war in wuhan eventually beijing intervened and the remaining city leaders were removed from power mao. Had for awhile toyed with the idea to arm the rebels and in wuhan. He decided to make that idea. Real the impetus was now deceased military power. Instead of government power it did not take long for military arsenals to be raided by the rebels and now hundreds of thousands of rebels and workers were armed throughout china in the next episode. The national assembly confiscates the church's property. It reorganizes the church. It reorganizes the country politically and culturally in france. We also see the rise of political clubs and within the national assembly factions began to appear in china. The red guards break out in new violence. This time armed. The people liberation army has to step in to control the violence. The cult of mile rises in he launches a new campaign and that one and the red guard. Thank you. it's been a pleasure..

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"red guard" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"red guard" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"One one Epic times It's a great resource Virginia mother who survived Mao's cultural revolution Sees parallels in America The communist political movement that devastated China decades ago is unfolding in America warned Xi van fleet A parent turned activists who made national headlines after speaking out against critical race theory at a school board meeting She said when the cultural revolution started I was a first grader She said that all classes ceased at schools and colleges as older students proclaimed themselves Mao Zedong's red guards In bowlen by mouse slogan to rebel as justified the red guards did not hesitate to instigate violence and destruction on everyone and everything they considered counter revolutionary She said with Mao's approval no one could stop them Recalling a story she heard from someone who witnessed the red guards beating to death a man who was deemed an oppressor and exploited for simply being able to withdraw a large sum of money from his bank Don't tell secretary Yellen this The perpetrators face no consequences for the killing since the criminal justice system was already paralyzed Another key figure of the red guards movement was to attack the four olds namely old ideas old culture old customs and old habits To enforce what van fleet described as a cancel culture the red guards would go door to door to search and destroy any item that was connected to the period before the communist takeover of China She said I remember this whole street was just a mess of things destroyed And the people those homeowners howling and crying While the madness and lawlessness of Mao's cultural revolution may sound extreme to Americans van fleet warns that America's following a similar

Virginia Mother Who Survived Chinese Communism Sees Parallels in America

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Virginia Mother Who Survived Chinese Communism Sees Parallels in America

"One one Epic times It's a great resource Virginia mother who survived Mao's cultural revolution Sees parallels in America The communist political movement that devastated China decades ago is unfolding in America warned Xi van fleet A parent turned activists who made national headlines after speaking out against critical race theory at a school board meeting She said when the cultural revolution started I was a first grader She said that all classes ceased at schools and colleges as older students proclaimed themselves Mao Zedong's red guards In bowlen by mouse slogan to rebel as justified the red guards did not hesitate to instigate violence and destruction on everyone and everything they considered counter revolutionary She said with Mao's approval no one could stop them Recalling a story she heard from someone who witnessed the red guards beating to death a man who was deemed an oppressor and exploited for simply being able to withdraw a large sum of money from his bank Don't tell secretary Yellen this The perpetrators face no consequences for the killing since the criminal justice system was already paralyzed Another key figure of the red guards movement was to attack the four olds namely old ideas old culture old customs and old habits To enforce what van fleet described as a cancel culture the red guards would go door to door to search and destroy any item that was connected to the period before the communist takeover of China She said I remember this whole street was just a mess of things destroyed And the people those homeowners howling and crying While the madness and lawlessness of Mao's cultural revolution may sound extreme to Americans van fleet warns that America's following a similar

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​North Korea Holds Scaled-Down Parade to Boost National Morale

NPR News Now

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

​North Korea Holds Scaled-Down Parade to Boost National Morale

"North korea has marked the seventy third anniversary of its founding with a night time parade observers. Were watching displays of new weaponry. But as npr's anthony kuhn reports from seoul there were none to be seen. The north's official royal dome shinmun newspaper published pictures of canine squads police on horseback and a pandemic control unit wearing red has met suits the korean central news agency reports that the parade was led not by soldiers but a civilian militia unit called the worker peasant red guards. The parade appeared to focus on countering domestic threats. Not foreign ones leader. Kim jong un showed up in a suit and tie instead of a military uniform but he made no speech and its last. Two military parades in january and october. The north revealed new intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missiles but it has not test launched them.

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"red guard" Discussed on Bald Move TV

Bald Move TV

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"red guard" Discussed on Bald Move TV

"Itself by great line. What have you seen dialogue generator on the internet. Just oh together these long sprays. That don't mean anything and Because it is they've mastered it like this. The dialogue just flows out of his mouth. It's great although. I will say there was one line in this that i hated and it was when red guard says the magma's were the magenta swarms 'em like adds a weird way to say you get excited. Yeah getting a little. Settle down homer to tell you the wine dark sees like what is this iliad shit. Coming out of his yeah. They have a literature class at west point cousin. Greg west point. Yeah so yeah wild So i don't know. I like to see a lot. And then he's taking the processing where he sees the rest of the group completely unharmed and happy to see him explain that they've been extremely well treated and the red guard comes in reads them some regulations and welcomes them into the commonwealth. But that's not the only surprise for him then. Stephanie comes in and introduces herself to eugene. And she is about as lisa loeb as you could possibly look yup without actually being lisa low without actually singing. Stay as you come in the door. I thought it was interesting in this particular arc. When you know eugene steps forward and says well. I'm eugene and she screams like the bride of frankenstein like i wasn't expecting that but it made sense. It's a lot. There were certain expectations that were now sure. She's she's she's she's happy to see the eugene Even though he still in mid flop sweat he hasn't stopped like he's maybe pump. The brakes a little bit now. He's with his friends but he's still very moist from all. The flop is true. I also looked in the these They talk about the legacy constitution. Article one section eight. That is the part Among other things powers congress to set the rules for naturalization of citizens and then they may they talk about the the section fourteen at the legacy you. Hr is. I think the universal declaration of human rights from the un that says that everyone has a right to seek asylum from Fleeing danger persecution so apparently there The Whatever the the new articles are perpetual union essentially subsume a lot of this other government stuff which i thought. It's kinda cool. Maybe smarter than machines. Clean draft approach. Yeah yeah you know and basically having a bullet list items like we're we're not going to be mean to people. Yeah but like. I also like it's going to be interesting to see how they explorer. I guess the banality of evil. Because again i don't think the commonwealth are good people. Although honestly that would be the biggest version of it. Turns out the common with the good guys are our crews about traumatized assholes. It can't get anything together and there's always sabotage themselves. I don't think that's a story. They'll tell or maybe the commonwealth got their shit together are destroyed from the inside because they've already tried like they've beaten. It's yeah. I don't know. I'm not seen at the commonwealth that actually marks them bag is to me yet. They're certainly like cautious. Yeah and like. I said there might be room but like they're definitely but i don't know like how much of that is theater. How much of all this is theater because also noticed. The commonwealth is using buggies with horse-drawn buggies. So they don't have unlimited resources. Maybe i was assuming yeah non oil. Maybe there.

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"red guard" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast

GSMC Soccer Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"red guard" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast

"Waco back to the years mc socred guys before the commercial we talk about some of the games that have been going on right now. We don't have a lemon though ski with for me. Like i said it's one of the best players right now in the league and he is definitely proven. How good he is. He is score. I believe chook goals in his game but it was more done hime scoring those goals. It's the way he plays with us. Teams i really enjoy. What i i do not like when my team plays against him because i know he's just really great a good. It's stuff to beat him. That for sure but i think is one of the like i say is one of those players that you just can't get mad at him for being too good. Would you good. But sometimes some people probably do but overall he's us like again one of those players that are just like you know what you're just too good for your own good so Is use great. What team hinckley. I'm just really excited on. I hope we keep seeing him. Play for many years. we They walk by the money. Two one five zero their game and he was definitely not for game for the other team. I think he's doing really great so far in the season on in. I think we have a lot of great games to watch for those For by the and then we talk about rushing right now. The craziest game chelsea basu's lieber pool like a said before it was everything but a friendly game there were fights. There were red cards. There was a penalty. it was just a man. sober all I think i don't know exactly why they were having. But i guess you could save relationship with those players like lebron poem until you starting fights all the time on. There was just a red car for one of chelsea's players which like i said before i don't think was fair one. Because she was an accident that he thought civil his arm by oxen. At the end of the day dow was The rules said that it should be a penalty. I don't know the rule said that this would be a red guard. But i think that rule hostages like i understand giving the penalty to the other. Because it's it it is for like you cannot taxable with your arm at any moment in time during the game like only up me. They're all if you are if you're not the goalkeeper or your you know you're up have to throw the ball because he's like offside on your theoretic to feel there is specific situations but obviously when you are playing and you're trying to stop for going inside the net on for team to score you can know tied civil be your ham or are because he didn't even thoughts with us firm. 'scuse me hand. He cuts we've his arm by accident but again set rules and rules are meant to be follow on. That's with the three decided that he was. That's why the referee decided that he was going to give the red card to the player on the penalty in favor of liverpool which again the penalty was fair on. They were able to score on the game Overall i think both teams play really good taking off over the fights arguments that obviously. It's not nice to see us a fan or are so on election yoy. I don't personally enjoy when they fight like it's just like why are you fighting like you know i understand 'cause like i'm really competitive to so the i understand getting mud but getting into an actual fide like a natural guard guys in gangs were like bonds were thrown like punching each other issues in saint to me but anyway as we are gonna finish this podcast we've The game of west ham united versus crystal palace These own saturday. So it's really recent So for united number one lucas. five you fight for knows that correctly and then we have number five leading me. Cova number fifteen greg. Dan shown on number twenty one angelo of bonner. A number three. Aaron cresswell We also have Number twenty eight gomez so sick a number four number forty one. Dick clan rice. I think. I said that. I said that right. And then we have number twenty your gerald Win number twenty two said Ben rothman number eight pablo for much I think this team has a variety of place on different countries. So it's really excited to was also. I'm so sorry we have number nine mikhail antonio and then days Shop stitches are number thirteen. I fans reo la.

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"red guard" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"red guard" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"But again this word love sort of suggests that i'm supposed to feel something kinda juicy in warm and affectionate and that comes and goes so if i'm supposed to be feeling love well number one thing we know about feelings is that they are impermanent so i'm putting myself into this sort of losing proposition already by saying i'm going to cultivate loving kindness for all beings and i'm gonna feel love for all beings at means that a lot of the time i'm gonna feel that i'm failing that i'm gonna be coming up short i i'm not gonna be able to feel that all the time. So then what do i do too. I feel bad about myself then. I'm doing the opposite of supposed to be doing right. So if i put that aside necessarily s. my goal and just say what. If i can practice non ill will. Oh well that's about letting go right. And that's more natural to me in my practice because it's kind of what i'm taught from the beginning of my meditation practices to let go. It's there is something kind of like. Oh i'm taught so much about letting go and then somebody comes in and says oh now we want you to add this thing. Cultivate this thing. I mean it's a beautiful practice and it can have. You cannot beautiful experiences with it. But we can't hold on those experiences so i think it's really valuable to do the loving kindness practice but then to take it beyond that and use it really as an insight practice. That is the what you see through doing. The loving kindness practice is what you want to carry with you. That isn't so much impermanent in our insights or things that we can sort of aroused in a moment just like. Oh how do i want to think about this. How do i want to handle this situation. Oh i wanna handle it with kindness. Wanna handle it with non will. So i don't have to necessarily feel love towards someone but i can act then more skillfully which is why i came up with this term living kindness. I think it might be worth saying moore but the distinction that exists in your mind between living kindness loving times. Yeah yeah so. The first distinction is this distinction between doing a meditation practice. And then the rest of your life which again we know it can be great to meditate and hopefully it's not always but you know you can have these wonderful moments but the real challenge for most of us is. What do we do with that. At the end of the retreat or at the end of the sitting when i put the spiritual book down and walk into the kitchen. Face a pile of dishes you know. How do i take this practice into my life. That's realistic because i guess for me. It's not realistic to just walk around a love everybody. Everything is peace and joy own. It's i've had those moments. They come and go again. And so it's how can i apply this. And so so then. There are these simple ideas. Maybe simple. I don't know sometimes very challenging but but ideas that the buddhist putting forth. There's a beautiful one in one of the suitors where the buddha is asking one of his monks. How he practices kind of in a harmonious way with these other monks that he's living with and they're kind of on a on a retreat like the three of them out in the forest and the buddhists the phrases how do you blend like milk and water and the monk on arruda says i think to myself why not put aside what i wished to do and do what these venerable once wished to do that. Kind of demise misers like living kindness to me putting aside my own desires in the moment and doing things for someone else and i actually came upon that suitor when my daughter was just like a toddler and i thought. Oh this is parenting. This is exactly what you do is apparent. Put aside what i wished to do and do what this venerable one this venerable two year old needs me to do and that was very inspiring for me. Because you know if you're a serious meditators and you have kids. I think you've had this experience. They can kind of intrude. They might seem to be intruding on your practice and when you realize oh no by practice is to take care of this venerable. One is to put aside. What i wish to do that. I am practicing loving kindness. When i do that. That's that's a gift to me. It's like okay right because we turn our practice into this precious little thing of like. Oh it's this meditation. When i'm in these particular states you know an unim- feeling all this love that's when that's my practice the rest of my life not so much the way. The buddha talks about love or loving kindness. And i guess we could parse those words might be worth doing that at some point. But the way you talk about meta at least seems at times inaccessible to me. You have a quote from the buddha that you've highlighted In your book where he said even if your limbs are being sought off by bandits if a thought of ill-will arises in the mind. You're not practicing. What i teach one of my favorite lines just because it's so i don't know i guess i'm kind of perverse in some way. It seems so ridiculous and it certainly will undercut any spiritual pride we might. Have you know any spiritual ego if we think. We have evolved to the point of being enlightened in some way. All we have to do is ask someone to start sawing off our limbs and see how you handle it so i talked to a one of my monastic teachers often. Poss- know who actually was kind enough to help me with this manuscript and he takes more of an attitude of this is this is more symbolic that it's not literal. And maybe i mean he should know more than i do but it was interesting when i was teaching this ceuta to some college students at a catholic college where i sometimes do a little teaching and and in the middle of offering it i realized oh. This is kind of the story of christ on the cross. That's really interesting. What am i going to do with that kiss before that. I thought well no one could do this. Then i thought well that's actually sort of an archetype of of western spirituality of the judeo christian tradition of this person being crucified in saying. Forgive them lord. They know not what they've done. Yeah i think he also has some complaints to god after that. I'm not sure which comes first. The why have you forsaken me. But we do have this ideal here. So maybe it's not so unrealistic. There's another story of a chinese monk who was attacked by the red guard. I guess this was in the sixties and he was like in his eighties or something. In all his students ran away. He stayed in the monastery and the red guard came and beat him nearly to death and one his students came back to the monastery that found him in this and they were saying to him. It's okay you know. It seems like you're trying to hang onto to your life and don't hold onto your life for us and he said i'm not holding onto my life for you. I'm holding on to it for those red guards. Because the karma for them would be just too terrible if i were to die and so he recovered and apparently lived quite a few more years afterward. So another sort of model of this just unimaginable. Compassion and forgiveness. I try to take the buddhist teachings as literally as possible and except my own shortcomings in regard to them and say whether the buddha memphis are not..

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"red guard" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"red guard" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"I don't want to take away like he was like even harper's just so good generally and i feel like some of those moments like when he and ulan or singing american pie like like to go from like the big broad comedy to like like that really like somber meaningful moment was really really touching and beautiful. I don't wanna take away from that at all. I just like i couldn't get it out of my head like he's not. This is a different person. Totally totally totally every two years in a russian prisoners. It'll change it literally. Changed the whole different person defy captain. America is no no. Yeah see wasn't around. Did he fight. Captain america like are we going to find out that. There's more captain america's still like we got the bradley stuff like are we're gonna find out like there was like a captain america every decade. I don't i don't need that. What does he know ivan Does he does. He know that would be cool connection right there and the red guard which will also be a prequel and we'll just keep going further and further back in the time stream is how that will work. I love rachel vice. Generally i wish they'd done with her. I think that she could have. She could have popped a little bit more for me. Bring her in really really late into the movie And i i have. I have very few issues with With with the ray winstone villain as far as what he represents. I think that like. That's that's exactly the kind of guy you wanna see them like wail on and just like totally like take down as soon as they flipped that card over and really love him as an actor..

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"red guard" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"red guard" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Nathan stein washer behind them in their wingbacks so they should be fine. One thing i will worry about and people don't throw tomatoes at me when they see me. It seems that tracy has gotten rid of their Odd year curse so we talked about before. I remember that but i will say i will say the thing that worries me. A little bit is thirteen Was the number one team Nps psl undefeated regular season. One everything every single thing they got to the finals. Face against erie admirals who they'd beaten twice before and lost a very backbreaking game to finish the year. Twelve one and one. So my big worry is. You would hope the players don't put the cart in front of the horse and the thing that the game is won when you lose games until the thirteen had the game casts and all the pomp and circus. Everyone thought okay. This is a this is. They're they're gonna win. All it took was for. When knox kim one knox cameron Detroit vnc legend to make a mistake led to a goal which i do another goal. Another goal another goal and you leave their fans cry. So just don't be don't be too sure of yourself like go in there with the same mindset of like we need to win this game it's not already given to us beaten this team before beat them twice before yes but the game is not over yet it's the players come out with that mindset that they need to come out there and still win or they're coming out like they're behind they should be great. Come out the mindset that we'd have a starter crest game in an la force might pull. Off a stutter. People were following all this closely might know that the captain for the l. a. Four scott a red card and he originally wasn't going to be playing in this match. But that's changed fletch. Right during the end of the game between la force. In chattanooga abraham the owned committed a professional foul against sean russell of chattanooga and it came to pull out pushing and shoving a russell gave one hard. Shove the veon. The own intern threw a punch. He missed but he threw a punch referee. Saw that a nope. Red guard red guard. You're both gone which made a bit more interesting. Because you're playing with ten people each But a lot of people were like well. That's captain. He can't play the champs of game sunday. You know whatever you know what. We are a little too harsh. Let's recent yellowcard. Yellow cards will be available. Where.

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"red guard" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"red guard" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

"So something that thinking about and you know the whole idea of now. I'd forgotten that. He was concerned about ceiling height. So this might not work but the whole idea of a floating assembly floating floor assembly right. So you've got your so he'd be retrofitting the slab by adding four to five inches of so there goes the head height right so i can't. I can't suggest that you might get away with an would make it more comfortable. But i don't know that that would solve energy hemorrhaging. That's going out through the slab. Can i ask one more thing about the i read. That red guard is something that's used for like a coding to create a vapor retarder class to vapor retarder. Is that something that is recognized off. Label use of that product. Which is really meant to be a tile waterproofing. I know that they ever intended that way right. I think i would want something. That was the reason people were suggesting it because it's cheap coat. Koto kota head recommended some other products that people were having a really hard time finding and then this be like a solution that they were that they were coming up with. Poxy coding the. Yeah you don't want to suggest that to people. If it's off brand right i yeah i mean it might be the same thing in a different bucket. The stuff that's meant for to be a vapor barrier or retarder but. I don't know that so if you could get red guard is how that they make both both products and that they're the same. I would go with it one thing. I was thinking about what this house. I mean the guy. It sounds like he's willing to do a ton of work like he wants to rebel. All of the sheet rock essentially bringing up the installation. Like if you're willing to put that much into i would attack it from the outside and then you can really get a good air barrier out there that insulation down to grade all the folks telling me i'm insane but yeah and then you can with those thicker walls. Then you know you're not going to have some weird kick out at the foundation when you insulate around that but yeah so you do a really good air barrier on the outside and insulate over that and then you're you know you're going to get a lot more bang for your buck with continuous insulation on the outside and trying to pack these. What i'm guessing are guaranteed to be two by four walls with how many inches of whatever you know installation. I can tell you they had less than normal. Framing factor though because these things are very short on sticks. They made them as absolutely cheap as possible. Like you could eliminate a stud you do that a thousand times like you're talking thousands of dollars right. Yeah i would say okay. So the hydraulic the radiant heat system that they used copper pipes are all rotting right and they're not the pipes themselves the suds that they are in contact with her rotting right so he's right to be concerned about moisture coming up through there right. I would say if it's not a problem. It's not a problem. There's tons of these houses. And if that was a concern. I think we'd heard about by now. I don't know. I mean. I think phillip. You need to get someone to out there with a blower door and you might find there some really easy things to fix and you know you might find that insulating just the edge of your slab and the wings has matt suggested which i think is a fantastic idea. Solve your whole hemorrhage from that slab which is definitely going to be the biggest problem with this house and there might be other problems that you don't know about and wouldn't your results wouldn't be what you expect. Because they're they're all the heat's going out anyway somewhere else. I don't think i would want ceilings any lower. What do you guys think about what i. I don't think i would want to insulate the floor because the ceiling is eight feet and this person is six five six five. Seems like he doesn't want to go any lower than that. Yeah i wouldn't because when you go to sell the place to people. Maybe like what the heck's going on in here stand up in area excavate the entire slab dig down of. I know two feet and then put in your paper. You obviously have to leave the walls in place. So you're going to have these little islands of of concrete left. I've i've seen photos being done. Yeah it's not yet. Small begin with right and they. I mean they added the garage which became living space but the footprint is tiny. He also made the point that it's an inexpensive house and he doesn't want to go beyond what makes sense. I bet it's more expensive than we can imagine though million at least for the last time they were in the sevens and eight hundred's desirable congress. Yeah and it's it's got history. I mean it's you know. Yeah right right. This comes from the army. The army must listen to this show and you think he would know better than to like. Ask us questions but anyway. Friends at find buildings find podcast. I'm working on a garden. Shed which i plan to side with white cedar. Perfection shingles to ornament the shed. I would like to stay in the respect of course of shingles in one area of the colors of the rainbow in my head and picturing color similar to those achieved with is like trans tint. However i understand that the stain or dye used must be. Uv stable. Do you have any suggestions for vibrantly colored exterior stains or dyes preferably some that do not require a color altering clear coat over them. Thanks for the help diani who has got the idea. I've my idea was barbara. Needs to answer this question. You know that she she knows the answer to this colleague barbara to write in on this one you know. She knows the perfect product or she could make it. That is a fantastic suggest. Way better than anything. I've come up with mineral-based pigments. Yeah okay yeah. because they don't fade in the sun. How's that going to get into the wood. So while you have to you can buy these pigments and then you just add it to whatever your your carrier base is going to be. Warm can be water. You can do lime. You can probably do some kind of you know base like latex base or something if you want to have to figure out exactly what you want to add it to. And then you're just going to mix it up yourself and painted on but this is basically what you do for me to like. Become a pain chemist till like paint a shed. Yeah go about it. yeah. I mean. I'm washes and you tend to tend to them with mineral pigments and then it just stays that color forever. It's nice and then if you want it to be you know you just. Yeah that's what i mean. That's what was it. Huck finn tom. Sawyer was doing washing his fence kids. Perform what's the treatment that they give barnes a lot the same thing well in the old days i think it was a mixture of blood and mud or something like that blood and lime.

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"red guard" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"red guard" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Palmdale brings you missed convention. Narrow wolves up as archie goodwin speaking mr harris krill Does mr quayle no mr wolf. Oh i see what is it. Energy name harris krill is secretary. Says he wants to talk dave. I mr welsh rather busy right now. But i'll give him a message if you wish. Yes yeah wait a second. Mr wolf black on red and red on black. This is solitaire so so a game. it is baby. Wenzinger person knows they wish to put card or no red guard or the black on. Black guard legiti. Judy what is i. Message mr hunt. His secretary asks you to convey just that he wants to see rather tragic sense. I suppose he does by tragic. Unity wants to see me. He is blind. Tell him to can hear his own convenience. Okay what does mr cry. I want to see mr wolf about a murder a murder. that may still be prevented. I g justice. Atkin what i have read the cards at his.

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"red guard" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"red guard" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Del for a Del Technologies advisor. That's 877 Ask Del, starting with the number three Michigan Wolverines and 13 and one overall eight and one in the Big 10 their first game in 23 days. Coaches Juwan Howard Course member of the Fab Five years ago in his second year as the head coach, the point guard US Mike Smith grant transfer from Columbia 5 11 senior from Burridge, Illinois, Suburban Chicago. He averages 5.5 assists per game, which leads the big tent. Also in the backcourt. Franz Wagner 69 sophomore from Berlin, Germany, averaging 12 points and seven rebounds. And Eli Brooks of 61 senior from Spring Grove, Pennsylvania, averaging nine points in three rebounds at a forward spot. Isaiah Livers 67 senior from Kalamazoo, Michigan, averaging 14.5 points in six rebounds and in the middle Hunter Dickinson 71 freshman from Alexandria, Virginia, averaging a team best 15 points and seven rebounds for number 21, Wisconsin checking in and 15 and six overall and nine and five in the big 10. Red Guard is the head coach in his 60 year, the reigning Big 10 coach of the year. His point guard is Dmitry tries three year starter 6 Ft. 50 Year senior from Huber Heights, Ohio, north of Dayton, averaging a team high 13.5 points and four assists per game. Also with a guard spot. Brad Davison, 64 senior from Maple Grove, Minnesota, averaging nine points in three rebounds and the front line, a lean Ford 68 50 years senior from Lawrenceville, Georgia, averaging nine points and four rebounds. Tyler Wallace 69 sophomore from Lakeville, Minnesota, averaging 5.5 points and four rebounds. And mate Rivers 6 11 senior from Lakeville,.

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"red guard" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"red guard" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mouth and unleashed the Red Guard. And young. See, Jinping had to denounce his own father several times. And wound up being threatened with execution by the Red Guard. How dare you deviate in the slightest way from malice spot. No. Typically, that would make a Westerner a little more freedom oriented. It made him a little more authoritarian oriented such that, for example, China actively backed black lives matter. This past summer. Openly and actively, even as it was raising hundreds of millions of dollars for Joe Biden. On its own website. Even his black lives matter was involved in 97% of the incidents of burning looting and so on. In American cities and destroying the rights of Americans by intimidation. No. You disagree with us. You say anything. Classically capitalists or freedom oriented. We will burn down your house. We will beat you up. We will attack you as you sit eating dinner in a restaurant. And so on. So that is exactly the kind of environment that she grew up in. The the environment of the Red Guard. In fact, the parallels between antifa and black lives matter and the actions of the Red Guard under Chairman Mao our very similar. If you study them, how many people was mile responsible for killing with communism? Considerably more than 50 million. Yeah, of course. Communism in general killed well over 100 million over the past time, every university Black Book of Communism. Well on their philosophy that young people say it's just peachy keen. What's interesting, though, is there now taught to burn down American or tear down American statues of Confederate who died 100 years ago? It may have been. Slave owners are advocates of slavery, but they're perfectly willing to tolerate slavery. Right now. For example, China has two million week ear's that is Muslim Chinese. Or Muslim peoples who are not even really Chinese about 40% of China's territory and population has been conquered by Communist China places like Tibet. And these people have no real identification with China per se at all. And as I say two million of them are used to turn out cheap product for apple computers or phones. IPhones to turn out sportswear for Nike and so on. The only objection that's been made by our major corporations who, after all, salute their own multi national flag, not the American flag. Uh, has been that the attempt to pass a law saying we would not allow to slave made good to come in from China to the U. S. And he sold here. Those companies have objected and said, Oh, this law's much too tough. You should let us go on making things by slave labor in China. Which tells you why those companies were among the biggest donors to Joe Biden well, and indeed, you looked at the the the actions of Wal Mart the tweet from WalMart, calling Missouri Senator Josh Holly a sore loser because he was going to object to the election results at the meeting Wednesday in Washington, D. C in the Congress. And where it is Walmart get most of their cheap goods from to sell at at uncompetitive prices to other retailers. They get them from China. Like thieves, smart TCL televisions which have been proven by my friend Dave header, my I T guy to be a very, very unsafe for you to hook him up to the Internet because Uh, vendors in China can be spying at you at home and the the cheap TCL TV. Smart TV from Wal Mart is one of you know, one of the The leaders in there in that market in that particular Electron IX market and one less well, lest we forget the current Republican governor of Georgia and his secretary of state Joined in issuing an order to all government offices in that state. These air Republicans, mind you who said if you are going to buy any new computer equipment, we direct you, you must purchase Lenovo computers. Lenovo is actually an open trade name for a Chinese computer. So they were saying We want you to turn over in effect our government to Chinese surveillance here. Because I assure you, those computers have the ability to surveil you well again, we will start the Chinese were watching the election results in real time. On Election Day because of the voting machines and the hacks and everything that was being done. Well, you see, Trump had been trying to take back the three billion plus jobs the job. I exactly heard to China. He wanted to deputize them moving to trade back. It has a handful of loyal real Republicans who left To trade back. For example, the provisions Joe Biden signed a special memorandum as vice president, allowing Chinese companies to come into the U. S and B listed on America's stock exchanges without undergoing the independent audit that would be required for any American company. To be listed on the stock exchanges, and those those Chinese companies, which may just be hollow shells have been massively used his purchases of by the pension funds. Of public employee unions. For example, the Cal PIRG in California the king of the Great California Public Employee Unions fund. That means local employees, state employees and, of course, federal employees have been sucked into sinking billions and billions and billions of their own money their own pension money. Into Chinese investment. Which they had no voice in saying yes or no to Hello. This is your heavy. This is our two minute warning. So So from right now, Now, now there's less than two minutes because I wasted seconds telling you it was a two minute warning. Well, let us say that in China in the it's not only the Republicans in Georgia Deserve to be pointed out. For example, John office off As a sketchy long history of cozying up to Communists..

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Senate Democrats block GOP policing bill, calling it 'irrevocably flawed' and 'partisan'

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Senate Democrats block GOP policing bill, calling it 'irrevocably flawed' and 'partisan'

"Senate Democrats today blocking a Republican police reform bill them say the GOP measure doesn't go nearly far enough to address police violence still no vote Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said today the protesters in parts of the country have gone too far including those of the west coast for taking down statues of founding fathers they too have been placed on the historical hit list for this new red guard that nobody elected more monuments toppled up and down the west coast speaking on the Senate floor McConnell said that we cannot let angry mobs carrying rope act outside the rule

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Measuring Performance Under Pressure Using Machine Learning

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13:25 min | 3 years ago

Measuring Performance Under Pressure Using Machine Learning

"Lotto. Welcome to this week in machine learning and a._i. Thank you happy to be here yeah. I'm really looking forward to chatting with view. You are in the enviable position of having combined a couple of your life's passions. You've been playing soccer since the age of i five and now you get to study it and apply machine learning to <hes> the analysis of that sport and and others there's as well or are you permanently focused on soccer right now. I'm just focusing soak right now yeah. So how did this all come to be well. I she already mentioned conventions. I <hes> i place from home life. <hes> and i did a bachelor's in mathematics and while studying <hes> i find out of this company gold size i sports that will say oh using combining mathematics and the and soccer to get insights in a while what players clubs to buy i indicator the company in company bac dennis just to run by three students and just getting company surround five years ago and <hes> i kept in contact. I worked like one day a week and then i started doing masterson econometrics and at the end of a masters i could could could work at the company as a scientific research so in a total started and companies based in amsterdam. It's based in it started antedates. It's like in the in the east of the country. You're very small country so it's around two hours from amsterdam and we also have an office in amateur right now celek in the middle of <hes> of nelson's and from the time you started working there when it was just the three students <hes> it's grown to what now to around fifty people right now selling just six years big road talk a little bit about before we dive into the specific paper that will be <hes> speaking about talk a little bit about your general area of research. They're so so we are at size. We <hes> <hes> well. We hope multiple different lights with a main focus is on the recruitment part for clubs so <hes> both actually yeah oklahoma want to find new you knew players to <hes> for teams and that's where we help and in our team our data analytics team we built all new models many using machine learning earning to get insights from this data that we get <hes> and it's how we while we hope to clubs and we have like an online forum where <hes> while <music> our clients can find around nineteen ninety thousand nine zero <hes> players from all over the world and can find our strengths and weaknesses. Loda take away helped him okay at what are some of the main data sources that you have access to for the various <hes> analytics that you do now. We got the access to to match event data as scold though you get us from our partner why scouts and data is like many entertainments. It's like every action that occurs on the bitch so <hes> an boss dribble across an data to which player performance action from got to wear a what time in the match that's going to be revealed with the day okay and so the data is <hes> it kind of a set of time series events or or yeah yeah yeah okay and are there other data source providers that are doing things as with <hes> more imagery video based data or is that not <hes> prevalent in soccer yet it is we have a part of our accompanies working on now on that special team at school the ball games team and they don't working on a screamer system which currently hangs in three stadiums <hes> <hes> and it is like using the computer vision to attract the players in the boa to each moment each diamond game so that's also what we're doing so we're also collecting data with my team is primarily focused on event data for clips because well to scout players. You have to know a lot about all these players around the world and video data is not yet <hes> provided for a lot of leaks. That's why make sense make sense <hes> <hes> so the paper that we are going to dig into one that you presented <hes> earlier this year at the <hes> the sloan sports analytics conferences called coke or shine quantifying soccer players ability to perform under mental pressure. Tell us a little bit about the motivations for this paper super yeah so well. It's it's about quantifying. A shocker place. Ability to prefer momentum pressure and actually want to do is <unk>. <hes> what we sold a lot of research in natural granted extra currently it's growing fast but there's never any research wanted to flee done about a helpless as performance under pressure and now i've also as a soccer player myself <hes> i also feel the pressure sometimes to actually how we how who became a well with the topic so we wanted to measure the performance of display <unk> pressures getting high so we had extra data for this and that's actually how we started this research <unk> <hes> to <hes> to people from the laser the pizza and jesse another colleague of mine young we did the survey research and is applying some kind of machine learning or analytics to mental pressure i sure is that something that you've seen done in other fields as it you know prevalent in some other fields and it's something you're trying to bring to a soccer or is it something that we don't really do a lot of now. In sports. It is tasmania investigated in some other sports but not extensively yet so i think it's still a field that needs to be investigated more. We also want to do more in research this and spoken to quite so memento coaches that work different clubs ups and they always though is that there is like <hes> it's hard for them to to show improvement of certain players on wall certain aspects of the mental mental game gene and i think <hes> well <unk> its will in all sports <hes> from important that you demand <unk> correct sola well <hes> you can perform uninventive pressures. That's the point. Sarah are being mate sola yeah yeah and so. How were you in your research defining mental pressure. How're you characterizing it. In the games that you're looking at yeah so actually what we what we did we defined to expect with mental pressure so the pregame at pressure and in game pressure so you can imagine that before a game starts already some pressure on certain games for example when wanna <hes> <unk> playing game for championship like burger leaks like <hes> i think it was ten years ago something that's maybe less when the city and units <unk> united both could be the champions <hes> well then rushes getting high and we also so investigated in game pressure and it's based on an in game marine probability model so at each point in time we predict <hes> while the the <hes> the win for both the teams and when a change in go as being scored when this engaged impropriety would change a lot sack the pressure is high so for example when it's like a one one in las minutes then precious really high spring score a goal to mai- mainly mainly changed the winner of the game the finish <unk> three zero score on the board then it doesn't matter anymore and so you've kind of characterized is games <hes> by this low pressure high pressure or at least the the pre-game is the the the pressure is not the level of the game but the in game. That's <hes> an attribute. You're applying to the games. Is it minute by minute or event by event or i guess it's just whenever the score changes yeah so that's actually whenever detroit is actually manned by minutes so it's suv <unk> affected this model and it takes into account like the current score also like a red guards guards and the kind of stuff and also like <hes> vinaplast team is attacking a lot naples or comfort winner in game win probability model so yeah. That's that's <hes>. That's it for the pre-game show. It's like a fixed a set number burlingame yeah and those two combined make like active pressure at a certain event in a game okay and you're you've got the you've got the pressure on the one hand and you're trying brian use that to predict what so we actually have to pressure on one end and liotta and we have <hes> actually three performance metrics and so so e for every action that we have dispose a baltimore dribble we compute three things so contribution of this <hes> this action mm-hmm so by contribution we mean <hes> the increase in scoring a goal in the near future so actually from every action <unk> <hes> the failure of the game before the election and offered action and the difference in those two makes <hes> the contribution of an of an action and next to that we also <hes> <hes> decision won't if the titian and the quality of execution and those three for three we can see like how does it play perform infrastructures like a normal normal states when it's getting high getting lower and this more or less prescriptive display this contribution contribution element. It sounds like that saying that at a given time in the game given all of the player positions and some event that just happened. You're able to come up with some metric. That captures kind of the relative advantage of the the different teams that in and of itself sounds like a hard problem. Yeah it is yeah so it was actually how this all started so i think a year before his paper her <hes> we worked on a model to measure this contributions for other players so this was actually doses for each <hes> <hes> each game state <unk> hobby record of every game state is like <hes> characterized by <hes> old actions that have been played until abend position of the player with the ball the the diamond match the score difference an forever game state. We predict <hes> the jones had written. <hes> connections goals being scored by one team so it's actually like a binary <unk> education program and we also nope. We also a predictions. That's the older team will score with intonations and this way we can measure like for every action recommissioned offensive and the defensive contribution so for example when a player falls to bowl from his own through his striker. We'll have a very high contribution offensive offensive contribution without <unk> noland into -ceptable in your own box. You will also have a defensive contribution and that's what we <hes> well. I worked on and and this is also something that'd be already show to our to our clients in written they can find like players that have like for example high pulse contribution <hes> each each year spoke dylan's before their authors new with that original work on contribution of a couple of questions here one <hes> when you're looking at player position like do you quantify that in some way or is it kind of continuous position position in the field position where where the players with the ball or even look at where the players are that don't have the ball it. That's a that's a good point. That's one of the wall of the van data so <hes> it is event data. We only have old actions that the tape with so we have to pass dribbles but we don't know all the other will send you on players are so that's <hes> well that is good and advantage or a disadvantage this band advantage because it makes no problem easier. Well no no i would really lot this. Data's will guarantee don't have that <hes> but we also captured tried to capture this with by adding information about out your tax so <hes> we we add information about speed of the game so <hes>

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