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"rob seed" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

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05:45 min | 2 years ago

"rob seed" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

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"rob seed" Discussed on Free Cookies

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04:32 min | 3 years ago

"rob seed" Discussed on Free Cookies

"Mean-spiritedness inevitable lives inevitable. Smear inevitable. Bad pictures, women everything that could. Ruin your day. But even though it's a spiritual growth opportunity, isn't it? And the more I processed the more. I talked to people I respect. More talk to people who I know love me, the more. I. Checked out every aspect of what this means. It was like Johnny Appleseed robbing seeds in front of me. To the point where. I know. It's just been a yes in my heart. And even though there are stresses. Even now gonna Ford this. The traditional candidates have millions of dollars in their coffers that they come in with. I don't have anything even close to that. How am I going to pay for this? But. I feel I'm where I'm supposed to be feel sitting here with you talking about these things as well. I'm supposed to be feel being in South Carolina. This week is where I'm supposed to be. I feel talking about these things is what I'm supposed to do. And somebody I read somewhere a phrase. I don't know who I said it, I think it's a brilliant phrase fully invested in an effort, but unattached to the results I'm fully invested in this effort. My job is to articulate a vision for the United States. My job is to articulate what I believe is the path out of our current dysfunction. That's my job your job. I'm not a South Carolina voter, I'm not a New Hampshire voter. I'm not an Iowa voter. And I'm not a Nevada voter. That's your job to decide whether this option is one that you say, yeah, I want that one. My job is to make sure you have the option. And then the rest is not only got in your hands. And that's how it should be a democracy. We haven't touched on what we did briefly something in listening to you last night felt like it was a cornerstone of your campaign in that as reparations I think grounds earlier, by the way at got that she messes up idioms all. I around stone earlier, I was always searching for the word cornerstone is like around so its grounding. Okay. It's a found Asia sounds like. Like you grown the flowers. But she you were searching for cornerstone found that word now this concept of reparations. Can you articulate for us and our listeners? What that means? And how you envision that. I don't think the average American is a racist. I really don't at all. But I do believe the average American is under educated about the history of race in the United States, particularly since the civil war. At the end of the civil war. There were about four million slaves. We think. At the time forty acres in a mule was promised to every family of four. Now. This is an interesting thing about history because I think if ABRAHAM LINCOLN had lived things would have been different he was assassinated shortly after the surrender at upper Maddox, and he said in his second inaugural with malice towards NAMA charity for all. And I think that his compassion for both the north and the south was so profound that things would have unfolded differently as it was to come to Sherman general tecumseh, Sherman promise to every family of four former slaves this forty acres on a mule. Now think about it if you were a slave. You definitely had skill. You'll put to work every day. So you're free. And then the question becomes what are you afraid to you have to make a living? So that forty because on a mule would admit you could start your own farm. But then this land was of course, taken from former plantation owners and slave owners whose revenge and hatred and sense of humiliation. Having lost the war was very great. So after the federal troops left in eighteen seventy seven which was what twelve years after the end of the war, southern legislatures pass, what we're called black code laws, and I.

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