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"ruch" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"ruch" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"If you forgot to bring your packet just show him what it can do and he will sign that for you as well. Okay. The gas bond themselves in the two thousand four Royal rumble Bradshaw comes in number five. He's eliminated by Crispin wa branch house back on house shows very rarely on TV. But somehow finds himself in a match wrestlemainia twenty it's Ricky she and Scotty to Hoti beating the bathrooms and Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin on the APA and not too terribly long after that it's time for a pivot March eighteenth on smackdown. They lose a tag team, you're fired match to the tag champs for key sheet and Scotty to haughty in general manager Paul Heyman. Frustrated by insult from the PA toll for route. If he did not win that tag match your fired. Of course, they lose the match and then afterwards, Brad. Schol leads fruit back, the Heyman's office and say they had not been fired. But instead they've resigned and Heyman clears up the misunderstanding and points out that they didn't win the titles. So you're fired. And WBF management dairy management has a lot a lot of potential in branch shell and that's all straight from Paul Heyman as journal manager character. So we fired for Ruch. Bradshaw has high hopes, and I think for route assumed that. Bradshaw's go still quit, but Bradshaw hesitating and for route takes us hesitation to mean that he would not resign. So he promptly disbanded the PA and leaves and this affectively Terge branch Shaw. He'll what are you remember about this? Well, we had gotten to we draft stuff all these different things. But looking at somebody talent that were injured, and we had to have someone step up. We really needed talent. We we had to change some of the things we were doing and create new stars. Ron was unfortunately, it just was. Not working with Ron it's time. And so they told Ron, you know, maybe we'll do something with as an agent Ron really wasn't interested in that. And in Ron was let go, but John the character would John. During this time, he was working with I believe MSNBC doing a lot of guest appearances his book, the financial book was flying off shells. And he's appearing on all of these television shows is John les field. Articulate, great advice, and people are clamoring to have them as guests on their financial shows. While we're thinking of an ideas like will shit. He's already doing this. What if we just put a spin on it and made him a heel, add let him be again, this one more tempt? And I remember Vince is saying this one doesn't work then, you know, it's not gonna happen for John. Let's make one last attempt with this Wall Street character kinda like Michael Douglas played whose real asshole. And make one last attempt in Vince gave the come to Jesus meeting, John if this doesn't work, then, you know, we got nothing for you. John took it and ran with it and the JBL character was born. But it was met with a lot of skepticism because people thought will shit, you know, how many times are you going to go to the well with this guy in Vince just had the confidence and the wherewithal the staying power say fuck it. I'm gonna do this. And we're gonna make it work and John did his part by in his ass doing everything he could to make this character work, and we finally found a way to get the guy. In the backstage on camera in that was Shabyah L. When you guys. Keller would ri- Bradshaw was professional when informed of the company decision to release his tag team partner. WB has big plans for Bradshaw as a singles wrestler, and it's one source says Brancheau happy enough with where his character is headed that losing his tag partner wasn't a major concern. You were probably familiar with the circumstance when you sit him down and say, so hey, listen, we're letting wrong go here's what.

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"ruch" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"ruch" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"In Minnesota and police say that Higgins is the father of the two year old authorities have not disclosed the motive in the death of Sierra Robinson. Although police say that Higgins and Robinson Higgins was Robinson's pimp, and that they had been romantically involved before, but we're no longer together a solidarity gathering draws hundreds of Minnesotans with of all face in what in New Zealand's, call a terror attack. A large and diverse crowd filed into the basketball gym and Dr alpha Ruch Islamic center in Bloomington to show support for the local Muslim community. It's extremely important that we show solidarity for religious freedom and people from all backgrounds. Local Muslim leaders think the community for the support that said everyone must play a part in a radical hate imam Assad. Odds amman. Everybody has homework. When these steps happen in front of you. You have an affirmative obligation out. Attorney general Keith Ellison also formally announced he's looking into forming a task force to address. Islam a phobia and hate crimes Sloan Martin WCTC. Oh, gray wolves have always been in Minnesota in statistics show that won't change. Despite losing some federal protection. See US interior department has declared gray wolves recovered in the lower forty eight states that sets up a proposal to strip the animal from federal protection and allow hunting them in more areas. This comes after the species recovered from near extermination damore than six thousand gray wolves spread across Minnesota and eight other states, Minnesota's wolf population is about twenty five hundred compared to fewer than one thousand nine hundred seventy four when they were added to the endangered species list. Critics say removing gray wolves from that list. End increasing the number of Hans could kill thousands of the animals in prevent further spread Laura oaks, W C C L. I only a lot of folks celebrating Saint Patrick's Day. Day this weekend yesterday's parades in Saint Paul Minneapolis were held plus lots of festivities in local bars. Theresa clearly of forest lake says March seventeenth is a great day for everyone. Not just the Irish I just love the.

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"ruch" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"ruch" Discussed on KTOK

"Without fear or favor in context and perspective to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were endless hours to make sure that when we delivered. So you is fact it's a fact shepherd. Smith on Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion, some immigration attorneys say they're confused by new rules implemented by the Trump administration. Friday, calling four Central American migrants to be held in Mexico while their asylum claims are pending Mexican officials say the US is going to send back twenty a day to them while their asylum claims are processed I'm hearing that people are fleeing very very serious problems violence from gangs violence from the government's domestic violence immigration attorneys, like Jonathan Montek say they don't know yet how they're going to communicate with all of the asylum seekers and note that many of them are not authorized to work as a tourneys in Mexico. Montek says he thinks the US is tarnishing reputation here countries. Take the responsibility of taking care of people who come to their borders, give them their rights and see if they can be allowed to stay homeland security says the new rules will reduce the abuse of the immigration system. Jessica rosenthal. Fox news. The man who helped. San Bernardino shooters in an attack on county employees more than three years ago wants to withdraw his guilty. Plea and regain Marquez had pleaded guilty to buying. The semiautomatic rifles used by side for Ruch and his wife. Tash tween me and the attack that left fourteen people dead December of two thousand fifteen for Ruch and Maliki leader died in a shootout with police deadly results from an accident involving a school bus and a freight train in east, Texas. One student has died two other people hurt in Athens, Texas outside Dallas police say a school bus was hit by a train risk down. Try and southbound Athens is school bus Athens. Police chief buddy hill thority say the bus was in the train crossing a thirteen year old boy died and a nine year old girl was airlifted to a Dallas hospital. The bus driver also taken to a hospital. Fire officials also say there were no lights or crossing arms at the intersection where the crash happened joy Piazza, Fox News in.

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"ruch" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"ruch" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Some immigration attorneys say they're confused by new rules implemented by the Trump administration. Friday, calling four Central American migrants to be held in Mexico while their asylum claims are pending Mexican officials say the US is going to send back twenty a day to them while their asylum claims are processed I'm hearing that people are fleeing very very serious problems violence from gang violence from the government domestic violence immigration attorneys, Jonathan Montana say they don't know yet how they're going to communicate with all of the asylum seekers and note that many of them are not authorized to work as attorneys in Mexico Montek says he thinks the US is tarnishing the reputation here countries. Take the responsibility of taking care of people who come to their borders, given their rights and see if it can be allowed to stay homeland security says the new rules will reduce the abuse of the immigration system. Jessica rosenthal. Fox news. The man who helped the San Bernardino shooters in an attack on county employees. More than three years ago wants to withdraw his guilty plea and Ricky Marquez had pleaded guilty to buying. The semiautomatic rifles used by side for Ruch and his wife tash FEMA league and the attack that left fourteen people dead in December of two thousand fifteen for Ruch Emily's later died in a shootout with police deadly results from an accident involving a school bus at a freight train in east, Texas. One student has died two other people hurt in Athens, Texas outside Dallas police say a school bus was hit by a train them. Athens is school bus Athens. Police chief buddy hill authorities say the bus was in the train crossing a thirteen year old boy died and a nine year old girl was airlifted to a Dallas hospital. The bus driver also taken to a hospital. Fire officials also say there were no lights or crossing arms at the intersection where the crash happened joy Piazza, Fox News.

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"ruch" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"ruch" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"What happened to report it without fear or favor in context and perspective? And to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were endless hours to make sure that when we deliver it to you is fact, it's a fact Shepard Smith on. Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion, some immigration attorneys say they're confused by new rules implemented by the Trump administration. Friday, calling four Central American migrants to be held in Mexico while their asylum claims are pending Mexican officials say the US is going to send back twenty a day to them while their asylum claims are processed I'm hearing people are fleeing very very serious problems violence from gang violence from the government domestic violence attorneys like Jonathan Montana say they don't know yet how they're going to communicate with all of the asylum seekers and note that many of them are not authorized to work as attorneys in Mexico Montek says he thinks the US is tarnishing its reputation here countries. Take the responsibility of taking care of people who come to their borders, give them their rights and see if they can be allowed to stay homeland security says the new rules will reduce the abuse of the immigration system. Jessica rosenthal. Fox News man who helped the San Bernardino. Oh shooters in an attack on county employees more than three years ago wants to withdraw his guilty plea and Riquet Marquez had pleaded guilty to buying. The semiautomatic rifles used by side for Ruch and his wife. Tash FEMA league in the attack that left fourteen people dead in December of two thousand fifteen for Ruch and Maliki later died in a shootout with police deadly results from an accident involving a school bus and a freight train in east, Texas. One student has died two other people hurt in Athens, Texas outside Dallas police say a school bus was hit by a train. Tried. At this is the school bus Athens. Police chief buddy hill say the bus was in the train crossing a thirteen year old boy died and a nine year old girl was airlifted to a Dallas hospital. The bus driver also taken to a hospital. Fire officials also say there were no lights or crossing arms at the intersection where the crash happened joy Piazza, Fox News in.

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"ruch" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"ruch" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"What happened to report it without fear or favor in context and perspective? And to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We work endless hours to make sure that when we deliver it to you is fact, it's a fact Shepard Smith on. Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion, some immigration attorneys say they're confused by new rules implemented by the Trump administration. Friday, calling four Central American migrants to be held in Mexico while their asylum claims are pending Mexican officials say the US is going to send back twenty a day to them while their asylum claims are processed hearing people are fleeing very very serious problems violence from gang violence from the government domestic violence attorneys like Jonathan Montek say they don't know yet how they're going to communicate with all of the asylum seekers and note that many of them are not authorized to work as attorney is in Mexico Montek says he thinks the US is tarnishing reputation here countries. Take the responsibility of taking care of people who come to their borders, given their rights and see if they can be allowed to stay homeland security says the new rules will reduce the abuse of the immigration system. Jessica rosenthal. Fox news. The man who helped the San Bernardino. Shooters in an attack on county employees more than three years ago wants to withdraw his guilty plea and Ricky Marquez had pleaded guilty to buying the semi automatic rifles used by side for Ruch and his wife. Tash screen Melito the attack that left fourteen people dead in December of two thousand fifteen for Ruch, Emily later died in a shootout with police deadly results from an accident involving a school bus and a freight train in east, Texas. One student has died two other people hurt in Athens, Texas outside Dallas police say a school bus was hit by a train..

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The US is sending some legal asylum seekers back to Mexico

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

The US is sending some legal asylum seekers back to Mexico

"Government domestic violence attorneys like Jonathan Montek say they don't know yet how they're going to communicate with all of the asylum seekers and note that many of them are not authorized to work as attorney is in Mexico Montek says he thinks the US is tarnishing reputation here countries. Take the responsibility of taking care of people who come to their borders, given their rights and see if they can be allowed to stay homeland security says the new rules will reduce the abuse of the immigration system. Jessica rosenthal. Fox news. The man who helped the San Bernardino. Shooters in an attack on county employees more than three years ago wants to withdraw his guilty plea and Ricky Marquez had pleaded guilty to buying the semi automatic rifles used by side for Ruch and his wife. Tash screen Melito the attack that left fourteen people dead in December of two thousand fifteen for Ruch, Emily later died in a shootout with police

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"ruch" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"ruch" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The Senate failed to pass legislation on Thursday that could have helped bring an end to the partial federal government shutdown. It's now in its thirty fifth day NPR's Windsor, Johnston reports senators rejected two competing proposals. Neither Bill received the sixty votes needed to pass the Senate the failure to reach a compromise has pretty much left President Trump and congressional Democrats back at square one in resolving their differences over funding for a border wall. Trump is still pushing for a physical barrier along the southern border Democrats still refused to fund it NPR's Windsor Johnston. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell and democratic leader Chuck Schumer have continued to talk President Trump had suggested Thursday, he was open to a compromise that would reopen the government if there were a pro rated down payment on border wall. But Schumer repeated the Democrats opposition to any funding for. A wall. The Trump administration plans to require asylum seekers mainly from Central America to remain in Mexico while they're legal proceedings are conducted in the US court system. NPR's Richard Gonzales reports the new policy which has yet to be officially announced is a result of bilateral talks with Mexican officials. The plan is a bus asylum-seekers back and forth from Tijuana Mexico to a courthouse in downtown San Diego. The building blocks of this remain in Mexico policy were first announced last month. It will not apply to children travelling alone known as unaccompanied minors or to asylum seekers from Mexico. A senior official with customs and border protection told NPR he expects the new policy will be met with a swift legal challenge. Richard Gonzales, NPR, news, two Illinois, men, have pleaded guilty to bombing Minnesota mosque in 2017 has met Sepik of Minnesota public radio reports the men face mandatory minimum sentences of thirty five. Years in federal prison. Twenty-three-year-old Joe Morris admitted smashing a window on the Daro for Ruch Islamic center in the Minneapolis suburb of Bloomington in twenty nine year old Michael MC said he threw a pipe bomb inside the blast damaged the building. But no one was hurt. The men pleaded guilty to five felonies, including hate crime and explosives charges saying they'd hoped to drive Muslims out of the country Jailani Hussein with the council on American Islamic relations says the attackers failed in.

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"ruch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"ruch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Eight housing and a story that's been unclassified in nineteen sixty one an air force bomber broke up over North Carolina. You don't often have to hydrogen bombs falling out of aircraft under US property. A major catastrophe was averted it's Friday January twenty fifth and this is morning edition on WNYC. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The Senate failed to pass legislation on Thursday that could have helped bring an end to the partial federal government shutdown. It's now in its thirty fifth day NPR's Windsor, Johnston reports senators rejected two competing proposals. Neither Bill received the sixty votes needed to pass the Senate the failure to reach a compromise has pretty much left President Trump and congressional Democrats back at square one in resolving their differences over funding for a border wall. Trump still pushing for a physical barrier along the southern border Democrats still refused to fund it NPR's Windsor Johnston. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell and democratic leader Chuck Schumer have continued to talk President Trump suggested Thursday, he was open to a compromise that would reopen the government if there were a pro rated down payment on a border wall. But Schumer repeated the Democrats opposition to any funding for wall. The trumpet minute. Ration- plans to require asylum seekers mainly from Central America to remain in Mexico while they're legal proceedings are conducted in the US court system. NPR's Richard Gonzales reports the new policy which has yet to be officially announced is a result of bilateral talks with Mexican officials the plans the bus asylum-seekers back and forth from Tijuana Mexico to a courthouse in downtown San Diego. The building blocks of this remain in Mexico policy were first announced last month. It will not apply to children travelling alone known as unaccompanied minors or to asylum seekers from Mexico. A senior official with customs and border protection told NPR he expects the new policy will be met with us swift legal challenge. Richard Gonzales, NPR, news, two Illinois men, have pleaded guilty to bombing a Minnesota mosque in 2017 as Matt Sepik of Minnesota public radio reports the men face mandatory minimum sentences of thirty five years in federal prison. Twenty-three-year-old? Joe Morris admitted smashing a window on the Daro for Ruch Islamic center in the Minneapolis suburb of Bloomington and twenty nine year old Michael mcquarters said he threw a pipe bomb inside the blast damaged the building. But no one was hurt. The men pleaded guilty to five felonies, including hate crime and explosives charges saying they'd hoped to drive Muslims out of the country Jailani Hussein with the council on American Islamic relations says the attackers failed in their ultimate goal. They wanted the Muslim community to run away and here today, we're here as a community, we're not going anywhere alleged ringleader. Michael, Harry is scheduled to go on trial in July for NPR news. I'm Matt.

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"ruch" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"ruch" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Over the weekend. Senator Lindsey Graham suggested that the president might be open to a slower approach to pulling US forces out of Syria. That's a sharp departure from the president's initial proposal in which he declared victory we've been fighting for a long time in Syria. I've been president for almost two years, and we've really stepped it up and we have one against ISIS last week in his surprise visit to Iraq. President Trump tempered that statement and thanked US troops not for a total victory over ISIS. But instead for the near elimination of the ISIS territorial caliphate in Iraq and in Syria. The second is true that's root meaning Cullum Akhi terrorism. Correspondent for the New York Times she's been covering the group for more than five years. We are at the near elimination of the territorial caliphate, meaning the territory that ISIS wants held in Iraq and Syria that's down to one percent of the landholdings. They once had but. That doesn't in any way suggest that ISIS the terrorist group, which has recruited members from a hundred different countries is itself defeated and there's daily evidence that ISIS is still a threat in this month alone. The group was connected to a suicide bombing at Libya's foreign ministry, the murder of two women tourists who were hiking in the atlas mountains and an attack at a Christmas market in Strasbourg just to name a few. So I spoke to Ruch mini about the American strategy against ISIS, and what we know about the strength and organization of the group as we head into twenty nineteen what we are seeing is a continuation of what ISIS has been doing for years now, which is a combination of both directed attacks. That are carried out the people who traveled to the caliphate and by people who who simply imbibed the group's rhetoric and propaganda online. The difference is that in Europe North America. Law enforcement is now on the ball. Whereas they weren't as much so in twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen where does ISIS stand. Relative to other terrorist organizations that are active in the Middle East and across the African continent from where I said it remains by far the most lane, it's the one that still has the greatest appeal. It has the most active a social media just in Iraq in Syria, the estimates that we have from the Pentagon's inspector general is that the group still retains between twenty thousand and thirty thousand fighters to put that on context in two thousand ten which is the last time that the US declared the scoop defeated the group was down to around seven hundred fighters, according to the CIA, so this is more than twenty to thirty times that that we are seeing now and yet our leaders have repeatedly tried to say that the group is defeated. Now how much of a threat does is is continued to be to the United States. Specifically, it seems to me that in North America. And also in Europe that law enforcement has no gotten a grip on what the threat was. I think this is because every time that there's an arrest. They grab the person's phone. On the grab the person's eletronics and they work backwards. They go through that person's contacts, and they're able to dismantle the networks that are behind these specific tax. So I don't forsee that we're going to see major attacks in in in America. Or in Europe, though, what is worrying is that the group is still trying stress board was carried out by a young man who loved a pledge of allegiance on his USB stick..

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"ruch" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"ruch" Discussed on WJR 760

"Phenomenon going on on my show today. I am exposing to you through the daily caller who the leader of this anti-fraud violence group is a man who says he wants to kill all rich destroy white peop- destroy civilization eliminate private property. These are the ones who are causing all the mayhem in society. And no one's calling on it. And I'm I'm in a bind, and I'll tell you why. And by most of you are very good people. And you think you're conservatives. But you're being misled you being misled by the pied pipers of fake conservativism on the radio, primarily the the fakers who've gotten away with murder and bought themselves Gulfstreams and become fatter than king Faruk on your idiocy. You know, that you're actually the useful it hits of the right because you can't even call me on this subject because you didn't hear about it today on radio, and it's only what Faruk talks about that. You can talk about only if the Faruk of talk radio tells you what to think about can you think about it? And then as many me's copy 'em later in the day, the mini me's copy what he says, whatever for Ruch says those in his cartel copy. I am telling you, we're at war. I'm telling you that we're at war. We've been at war a long time. And the revolutionary zeal at you sometimes hear in my voice has never gone away. That's what motivates me to get up every day and do this show and to write my books. So again, I asked you if you're a revolutionary socialist on the other side, why don't you call and expose yourself. Not your name and address what you stand for. What would you like to see in this country? What happens if Bernie Sanders in that lunatic with high heels that faker Cortes what if they win and take over the country. What would you like to see happen to all the white people that you hate what would you like to see happen to all the people you see driving by in better cars? Those who live a nice houses. What would you like to do to them? No one's calling on that. And on the other side. No one's calling to even comment because king Faruk already. Brainwashed. You into talking and thinking only about limited subjects like, I hate Republicans. That's why the Republicans are bad. That's all you're capable of. So as an essence, you are the useful idiots of the conservative movement. Just as this guy admits on his Twitter feed that the people who believe him are his usefully. It's who think he's peaceful. So it went up on Twitter on my Twitter feed, Adam Savage nation, and a former navy cryptology thing Laura's, he goes onto Elliara Z. Posted a picture of this guy's address in Brooklyn. And then he posted a picture of New York. Police department cars across the street from his apartment saying that the communist Blasio has given this piece of garbage police protection. And you don't think there's a revolution going on in the country? You're mistaken. And whether you note or not whether you know it or not you're on the front lines of at one way or the other. It's going to come and get you. It's going to bite you one day. Navy bitten you already with affirmative action. What am I mean by that? Let's say you were a very qualified white male for a police jobber fireman's job or even a professorship and they stole it from you. And gave it to you someone gave it to someone who couldn't hold a candle to you do your publications to your your dedication. They stole your birthright from you. That was the war the understand that giving a job to an unqualified or less qualified person. To affirmative action is a form of revolutionary socialism. But that's only the beginning of it. That's not the end of it. There's much more to discuss with this. And I think I'm going to save it maybe for January of twenty nineteen because you know, the more I think about what I wanna do with my career in the media, the more I realize God put me on this planet for a reason. I've known it all of my life. I many reasons whether it was tree planting rereading America or for twenty years writing books to increase and improve the health of the nation through my nutrition books homeopathy. The herbal medicine. I was very unpolitical publicly unpolitical, but you have to understand that there's nothing more political than health that when you imprison the population with bad, food and bad, drugs and bad medication and bad ideas. They get sick. And then they become dependent upon the pharmaceutical medical complex, and the government is self. That's why you turn on Fox News. Every other ad is for a drug. Do you have this disease take that the that disease? Take have you ever noticed? How many ads there are four very serious autoimmune diseases. A very serious problem. Have you noticed how sick this country is the obesity epidemic the illness epidemic? It's not all the result of the environment. But a goodly percentage of it is a result of bad diet, bad water, bad air and bad thinking. So for years I worked in that world trying to heal America. How much can one man do? So now for the last twenty five years, I've been in the political world and some of its comedy some of it's humorous, some of its there's some of its that. That's how you keep a show going if you become very brittle in your delivery. And you talk only about this Republican that Republican this democrat democrat, you might be able to make a fortune. Many of you follow that kind of rubbish. But I can't do that. And I don't want to do it. I won't waste my time. Doing it. I'm gonna make a declaration right now on this show that I've never made before. I am going to mimic the revolutionary communist in this country who are trying to kill you and kill me. And tonight deny my descendants their birthright stealing jobs from them stealing property from them stealing their life from them by saying that white is evil. I'm going to form a group of revolutionary nationalists amongst thinkers in this country. Who know exactly what's going on? And the warriors in this country who fight it overseas who are going to be enlisted to fight it here in America. Intellectually at this time. I'm going to create something in the form of a think tank, not a political party. It's going to be based upon the of a revolutionary nationalism. Now, maybe you're shocked by maybe you don't know what I'm talking about. Never forget that your friend Adolf Hitler, all you left. This basically are in his footsteps it doesn't matter to me. Whether you call yourself, a communist or a fascist you're the same. Hitler was your boss. Justice Stalin was your boss, whichever country. You would have found yourself in you would've gladly put on either the uniform of the Stasi or the uniform of the SS, it wouldn't the manatee revolutionary communists. You're all basically, you're saying you're cowards and you only function well in packs and you pick on the on the week. You're like wolves what you think you like wolves. But when you strip away your masks. You're basically nothing. But around you you have to understand that. There are police retired. Police retired military active military who are putting their lives on the line every day who will fight you, and they will destroy you. If you come after their families, but they have no voice in this country. Instead, they have king Faruk make you believe he speaks for them. But he deceives them. King Faruk does and the radio king Faruk every day gets up and makes believe he's a big revolutionary radical guy leading the revolution. When king Faruk has a Gulfstream jet and a massive property how to kingsborough get all of that. Well, he's a very talented pied piper of the useful idiots on the so-called conservative side. Unfortunately, there are tens of millions of useful idiots on both sides. And they don't understand how this game is working. So I have a mission. And I finally understand once again, I it was almost as though I had a satori or a revelation in his late late the time in December of two thousand eighteen. I didn't quite understand where I had come from. And where I'm going, but I had a revelation this morning comes to you. You know, revelations come to you at the most unexpected times just as death does. You can't predict your own death. No one can't death. Comes death comes. And you can't predict when you're going to go through a revelation in your own thinking or a satori in your own understanding of your life's mission. Mine occurred today might occurred all over again. I've had it happen. A few times in my life. When I became a plant hunter and gave up some very lucrative avenues of opportunity in order to search some of the most primitive places on earth for healing plants. That was one revelation. But today, I had another one which is that when I called for in my one of my last books, I said only a nationalist party can save America probably the book before government zero. I was already outlining what I think needs to be done laying the groundwork for Trump's election, I'm gonna lay the groundwork for something post Trump, which is revolutionary nationalism. Now, I don't know who that leader is going to be, but he's out there somewhere, or maybe she's out there somewhere, but somewhere out there, there is a revolutionary nationalist who loves this country as much as I an immigrant son do who will arise to counter the communists, like Bernie Sanders and Cortez who have arisen on the communist side, and they will save this nation because fundamentally America is not a socialist nation. There are many differences between this nation nations which have gone through such revolutions and seeing the insanity. Whether it be Russia where people were starving or Cambodia where people were starving. What China where people were starving? The one thing. We don't have in this country. Yet starvation. The left tried that life for years. They tried the big lie about hunger and starvation. Instead, we have the most obese generation in human history. So they can't use hunger as their hook to sell the masses. So what is the new hooks that they use racism? This is the least racist society on the planet. That's number one number one, the least racist society, and the planet is the United States of America proof, all of the people who are not quote Caucasian in origin killing themselves to get into this country. Why did they come here because it's not a racist nation? They have rights here that could only be dreamed of. So they use racism, they use feminism they used the whole confusion about sexuality all an attempt to dissemble the United States of America socially to break, you down to screw you up to three gender bathroom, putting your son and address in the second grade. I can go down the whole list. I don't have it in the tip of my hand. I don't have a speech. This is all spontaneous talk with you, the Savage Nation in the last days of twenty eighteen after this. Most people will be gone on vacation. Most talk show host will be off next week. I will be probably off most of the days as well. Right until I'm back..

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"ruch" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"ruch" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"He's actually done a lot of voice of work for video games, which I didn't know. So he's spectacular. He wears fake teeth. So that he looks like, Freddie, Mercury only. Say because Freddie, mercury's face like always like that. It looks more natural than when you see Romney because I'm like his teeth. Look bigger face isn't designed for like the extra t it's really not because his head is so small. Baller? It's so much, Freddie. Mercury's Freddie, had like it was weirdly long. He was proportionate to his dad, but not the rest of his looked like a bobble head like a little head was his his body was so small I also would say I felt like Romney Maliki was like thinner then like, yes, he looked smaller. And I don't know. I didn't look up his height, but he looks mall. Right. He done, Freddie. Mercury to me was always like a bigger legislate. Well, yeah. All are more like slightly more like muscular guy. He's a little bit bigger. Yeah. I don't wanna say thick because weird. It was just like a little bit bigger. I. You know who knows? And one of the things that I appreciated about this movie is learning about Freddie, Mercury because I know Queen I love the music. I'm not an expert, but I've heard it growing, right? But I also feel bad for not knowing this. I did not know that, Freddie. Mercury. His real name is for Ruch bazaar. He was Percy. And I did not know that party. I'm sorry. He's party. And I didn't know that. And party is like they're people who are partially are members of a specific community that migrated to India also like present day Pakistan from Persia during the era invasion, and I didn't know that his family came from like he wasn't born in England, right? He moved to England when he was younger, right? And I didn't know that about how I knew he was like a I don't know if this is like rude to say, but like a Middle Eastern of Middle Eastern origin. I knew that. Yeah. Not like personally. My sister is a really big Queen fan. I like growing up. I've heard a her. Heard a ton of like, clean music, not to specifically because a herb. But my pops likes old like rock like that too. And who doesn't like Queen song? Yes. So I did know that about, Freddie. Mercury. Okay. So this was great for me to learn about him before he was in Queen. He was like he worked at Heathrow airport. Very humble beginnings always writing songs, so it was great for me to learn about that also. And this is something that I feel tuck connects to the movie that we're going to talk about next strata Compton, both the band Queen and the NWEA as we'll mention later they really were trying to break stereotypes in a way. And also, not listen to the naysayers like I walked away from this movie feeling very inspired. Because of how strong these artists believed in their vision. And how they weren't going to compromise. They weren't gonna listen to anyone else. Kind of like shoot them down say, they can't do it. And they. Stuck with it? And they were successful because of that, right and risky. They exactly management team thought. It would be. I love that drive was writing right? And also since you've said management team. I would like to mention so in the movie they have like he's like a lawyer. Foster, and he's like the guy they don't like and they fight against. And he says you're not doing humane wrapped to the single. It's too long. Not put it on the radio six minutes, and they say, well, if you don't want us than what's going to walk and he's actually played by Mike Myers. Which I didn't recognize him. I didn't recognize them either his voice gave it away. But then I watched I told Heidi this earlier after I watched this movie, I went and watched a lot of like document short documentaries of ready about Queen. And then one of them was of Remmy me talking about it and having here's their and they showed like the whole Wayne's world scene when they're in the car because that in the movie, nobody's gonna know kids or whatever going to bang their head in part to remedy, and they showed that whole scene in Wayne's world..

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"ruch" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"ruch" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Instead providers may create customized solutions tailored to their individual system architectures that are capable of meeting lawful access requirements such Lucians can be a constructive approach to current challenges. Should governments continue to encounter impediments to lawful access to information necessary to aid the protection of the citizens of our countries. We may pursue technological enforcement legislative or other measures to achieve lawful access solutions. In other words, give us what we want when we want it, or we may have to find another way to get what we want. Correct me if I'm wrong, but that's kind of where we are today, right? The FBI leaned on apple gain access to the iphone, used by the reprehensible side for Ruch after the San Bernandino shooting spree in twenty fifteen. The bureau had actually messed up the iphone meaning apple could not offer the assistance it would normally offer in such circumstances. So apple, the CLYDE, which was there right under the law, the FBI sued which led to a judge ordering apple to help the FBI, but argued that the kind of help the bureau was requesting would basically require making a master key. That would let the bureau into anyone's phone whenever they wanted. Then the bureau found a third party to help them get into the iphone, which they eventually found nothing of value. The f. b. i. ask for what they wanted. Apple said, no, the FBI pursued enforcement and other measures, and eventually happened on the technology one that got them where they wanted to be. On the one hand, it's hard to be more worried about this than previous attempts. On the other hand, there's something scary sounding about the intelligence arms of five government saying, we're moving in lockstep to require a back door that we'd really rather you not think of as a back door. Mostly what it sounds like as an attempt to scare tech companies or maybe send a message about how hard it could be for them if they don't rollover quoting principle number one, the five is providers of information and communications technology and services carriers, device manufacturers or over the top service providers are subject to.

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"ruch" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ruch" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To the rest of the world faces are the challenges as well it's still needs to join the european southern observatory an intergovernmental research organization that provides access to top level observations facilities and their ed wants you to ship there's been a noted push for progress in all aspects of expert space legal preparations are underway and this year lawmaker will vote on creating a turkey space agency took yes the goal of producing and launching its own satellites within the next few years for america brown this is an emotional in istanbul of course turkey isn't the only muslim country investing and space science over the past century muslims have played critical roles in some of the most important breakthroughs in the field for instance part of the mapping of the moon for the apollo eleven mission was done from an observatory egypt also during that mission egyptianborn geologist for ruch elba's worked for nasa he selected the lunar landing sites and prepared the astronauts for landing four years ago the united arab emirates announced what may be the most ambitious space project from a muslim nation they want to send a probe to mars mission is to produce the first ever truly global picture of the martian atmosphere this is the first holistic study of the martian climate it's scheduled to launch in two years to coincide with dubai world expo and if all goes as planned the spacecraft will reach mars in twenty twenty one which is also the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the ua the.

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"ruch" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"ruch" Discussed on KOMO

"Rain and snow showers likely before noon on sunday a slight chance of rain and snow showers before noon is both days in the upper forties right now in seattle partly cloudy and we have forty six degrees another sex assault allegation in the entertainment industry more from abc's jason nathanson hip hop and fashion mogul russell simmons is facing another rape allegation and a ten million dollar lawsuit along with it in the suit filed friday simmons is accused of telling a woman that if she didn't sleep with him he would hurt her young son she claims he then threw her on a bed in the sacramento hotel room and raped her in a statement simmons vehemently denies the allegations and says he's passed several lie detector tests in which he was asked if he's ever been violent towards women more than a dozen other women have claimed simmons assaulted them that's jason nathanson reporting a sure sign spring has arrived in seattle cherry blossoms and crew racing at the u dub komo's bill swartz is talking dawgs bragging rights on the montlake cut washington launches its crew racing season with the annual husky class day regatta i can tell you the seniors take this race so seriously that on the first day of final exams they went out on the water and we're practicing women's head coach yazmin for ruch says inter class competition create strong bonds this season and way beyond the pride in in your class is one of the huge things about the washington tradition here you know i mean these women are sisters for life with you know not only their teammates but especially their classmate coach faruk also looking to blend her best rowers for important races this spring i feel really fortunate that we have such strengthen each of the classes that all of the line of sendup having a little bit of every class in them washington's men also pull the oars in class day regattas starting at ten saturday morning bill swartz talking dawgs on the home of the huskies komo news interrupt what you're doing stay.

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"ruch" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"ruch" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Safe from serb or community and traffic is expected to resume through the tunnel oct 30th the closure will reroute an estimated twelve thousand travellers a day to the ambassador bridge lamar for ruch abdul multahleb the socalled underwear bomber has sued the us justice department accusing treatment in prison bumar for rukab dumont taliban serban four terms of life in the prison called supermax it is lawsuit his attorney gale johnson revealed he'll sondergaard hunger strikes in protest over her condition and had to be fed against his will most people in the united states don't understand that that kind of brutal force practice is happening here on us soil not just at guantanamo the bureau of prisons declined to comment rick challenger cbs news denver the faa is recommending that laptop computers be ban and from check luggage on international flights look concern is their batteries when placed nearcertain toiletries could explode transportation correspondent kris van cleave with more the faa has long been worried about the danger of lithium ion batteries in the cargo hold of a plane but now new tests found that potential danger could extend it to even a single lithium ion battery in a large device like a laptop turns out if that kind of battery inner checked bag overheats next to an aerosol or nail polish remover or even rubbing alcohol it can spark at uncontrollable catastrophic fire that burns so hot some airliners couldn't put it out in one test in eight ounce aerosol can of dry shampoo with strapped to it overheated laptop it exploded in forty seconds the faa says the explosion probably won't caused the plane to drop out of the sky but there's a chance the blasts could allow flames to spread throughout the aircraft the air force has been given approval by the.

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"ruch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"ruch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The federal government is spending american tax dollars to buy products made in america baldwin says american infrastructure should be built with american products president trump is promoting american dream week in his weekly presidential address prosperity is coming back to our shores because we're putting america workers and families first the president says the dow jones average reached an alltime high unemployment hit a sixteen year low in may and the gdp is increased by over two percent trump says washington has been draining american jobs and giving them to other countries police say they think of firebomb caused an explosion at a mosque in a minneapolis suburb dr alpha ruch islamic center executive director mohammad omar says it happen just before morning prayer this is our assault assaulted i'm this is our you know this those the first prayer for the day and we hope that this would be the last and we want to see any problems no one was hurt and worshippers were able to put the flames out oprah winfrey has gotten big returns on her weight watchers investment the media mogul's shares in the company now worth a quarter of a billion dollars winfrey spent about forty three million the by a ten percent stake and weight watchers international october 2015 the stocks already quadrupled this year and oprah says she's lost about forty pounds since starting the die traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center work zone in whittier on these 605 this is on the six ovalles northbound from whittier boulevard to rose hillsdale transkei it'd be take it away the four right lanes until ten am you're seeing delays from just after washington and in gardena this is on the one ten southbound right after redondo beach boulevard little fenderbender exceeds speakers take it up the left lane there your drive a slow from rose grants it tarzan at there is a worked on this is all the water what southbound from receivable of our to the 405 y'all trans could it be take it away the two left lanes of that emu drive is but flew speeds in that area kfi in the sky helped get you there faster i'm brian van it's a check of your forecast next there is a product that is called shift tip it's used for sex it's a sticker a sticker covering the your east as a way to feel your partner fuel freedom and.

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"ruch" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ruch" Discussed on WINS 1010

"You can help find him 15yearold mel harris was last seen on a bicycle trail off of sawmill river road early this morning he was wearing a white tshirt gray shorts blue glasses and blue crocks we posted a photo of male attend wednesday com if you've seen the teenager yonkers police asked that you please contact them right away the special counsel that's probing alleged ties between the trump campaign and russia has reportedly asked the white house to hand over documents involving michael flynn who was briefly president trump's first national security adviser corresponded bora sanchez says it involves the nation of turkey bowlers investigative team is now looking into or alleged secret payments between the turkish government and the former national security advisor allegedly for his lobbying against a political opponent of the turkish president russia rda one the new york times says investigators are reportedly pouring over flynn's business dealings looking for questionable ties with foreign nation since the fbi is on the scene now in minnesota helping police figure out who's to blame foreign explosion this morning at a mosque outside minneapolis no one was hurt in the blast at the decarla alpher ruch islamic center and bloomington police say it's too soon to call it a hate crime of people of all faiths and the community are now coming together in a show of support interfaith leader gal anderson is with empathy works anyone who thinks throwing a bomb into someplace colder youth and family center is going to solve any problems is the problem not muslims it happened around five am which is about the time of mourning prayers at the mosque well some call it the war new york city can't win the mayor is thirty two million dollar plan to drastically reduce the city's rat population community garden advocates held a forum today to discuss it as east economies executive director of the new york city community garden coalition he told ten ten wins.

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