35 Burst results for "Society"

Dr. Jeff Barke: It's Easier to Call in a Prescription for Oxycontin Than Ivermectin

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 13 hrs ago

Dr. Jeff Barke: It's Easier to Call in a Prescription for Oxycontin Than Ivermectin

"Let's stay here for a second. So i for my sins. I spent Oh my gosh. Almost thirty years in academia prior to joining the Trump administration i. I hate being called an academic But pay reviews was the big deal. Pablo perez was was the choice of The the expression for those inside of academia Peer review dr balki. It's a joke. I mean it's it's a mutual masturbation society isn't it because you're being reviewed by your body's and therefore it's just a collective group think exercise. This isn't unbiased review. By people who have no vested interests these people have viewpoints. They wanna protect and like crazy. That i mean in theory. It makes sense it sort of like a a trial by your peers Theory in theory but what happens at these journals is that they're all like minded people and up. An article comes through. That is a positive article about ivermectin. They're not even gonna look at it. Let alone review it and so it's almost impossible to get publish. Some of these articles that are critical of karma and critical of vaccines. And so yes. You're right it's a you know it. It saddens me to say but these journals and healthcare agencies have become political in nature and they shouldn't be because when that happens what it's it's patients that suffer and so the science has been corrupted. Patients are being injured as a result and listen every single day now when i call in prescriptions for patients as it relates to cove it. It is literally easier for me to call in a prescription for oxycontin than it is for either

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Turkey Dinner (MM #3840)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 14 hrs ago

Turkey Dinner (MM #3840)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. If your Thanksgiving plans include a big Turkey dinner this year, you really need to plan ahead or plan for something else, because turkeys are another thing that won't be very prevalent around this fall, even for Thanksgiving for Christmas, whatever. And again, it's one of those situations like I was talking the other day where it's not just one thing causing this. One. Farmers didn't have as many workers so they didn't produce as much corn. The main thing that turkeys eat, corn in addition, not as many people working in the Turkey processing plants because of COVID because of the work shortage. So therefore, we could be in big trouble if we want Thanksgiving turkeys this year. For many people, it's Turkey or nothing else. It's one of those situations where it can mess up so many Thanksgiving plans and it may even be too late in some places. You've got to start stocking up ahead of time and luckily with turkeys, you can always freeze them. Now if you want a fresh Turkey, well, I think that's going to be almost impossible this year, but you have to plan ahead for the just in case. I think there are going to be a lot of things like that this coming Thanksgiving and Christmas. And we're just getting ready to find out exactly what

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Pawpaw Trees (MM #3839)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Pawpaw Trees (MM #3839)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For years growing up in the Midwest, we used to play out doors and you were always dealing with pine cones and trees and even at owls we were dealing with, but we also had a lot of pawpaw trees. What I didn't realize at the time is the pawpaw trees that dropped their fruit, if you will, fruit was edible. And the reason I never realized that was because you don't see popov fruit in the store. The American pawpaw is a close cousin, if you will, to the papaya. But while it is edible, it's not very shelf sustainable. So the minute it falls from the tree, it starts rotting immediately. And of course, most of the time, the pawpaws we saw on the ground while we're rotten pawpaws and there were mushy in their gushy. And from what I've read, they're good to eat, they're great fresh off the tree, reason I'm thinking about this and I hadn't thought about pawpaws for years, was because I saw somebody the other day on Facebook or on Instagram, actually eating a pawpaw and it hit me at that point. We could actually eat those things. I never tried, but now I'm curious. The pop up doesn't grow much around Tennessee, but you can see them in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and I'm going to try to find one because I got to try it out.

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Women's voices at UN General Assembly few, but growing

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

Women's voices at UN General Assembly few, but growing

"Women addressing the United Nations General Assembly say it's time for the world's leaders to recognize and strive for gender parity amid a global pandemic and endemic climate change in her speech the U. N. General Assembly Slovakia president design a chopper two over says gender based and race based violence are just as serious threats to the world as the pandemic and climate change we cannot save our planet if you leave out the vulnerable to women the girls and minorities the silent pandemic of gender based violence can prove legal to the health of our society's trapping Toba is just one of thirteen women to address the General Assembly for more than last year but still less than ten percent of the speakers there are also twenty four women heads of state or national governments that's three more than twenty twenty but far less than the one hundred ninety three member states in the U. N. I'm Jim acquire

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Autopsy: Actor Michael K. Williams died of drug intoxication

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Autopsy: Actor Michael K. Williams died of drug intoxication

"A coroner says actor Michael K. Williams debt this month was due to acute drug intoxication the New York City medical examiner says Michael K. Williams had fentanyl para fluoro fentanyl heroin and cocaine in his system when he died September sixth calling it a cute drug intoxication the death of his Brooklyn penthouse apartment was ruled accidental known for his role as Omar little on the wire Williams was open about his struggles with addiction telling the AP in twenty eighteen a lot of my angle was turned inward R. myself a lot Williams had been working to help former prison inmates in New Jersey reenter society and was involved in a program to help at risk youth I'm Jackie Quinn

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The Propaganda Rodolfo Acuna Wrote to Mexicans in the U.S.

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 3 d ago

The Propaganda Rodolfo Acuna Wrote to Mexicans in the U.S.

"One 23 not only is the United States said to be a white dominant systematically racist society pressing all people of color But the country is very existence is a legitimate due to its colonization of Mexico's land This is what's argued hence the true natives are the indigenous Mexicans not the whites who promote racist nativism And this is being taught in our schools and so forth and obviously it's something that many journalists really embrace There was a book in 1972 written by a guy called a Kuna called occupied America And the author writes Mexicans slash chicanos in the United States today are on a press people They are citizens but their citizenship is second class at best Their exploited and manipulated by those with more power and sadly many believe that the only way to get along in Anglo America is to become Americanized themselves see what I'm saying Here Mexican American in your patriotic you've been Americanized you've got a problem

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Liberals Continue to Push Everyday Racism Against White People

Mark Levin

02:08 min | 3 d ago

Liberals Continue to Push Everyday Racism Against White People

"I'm really getting sick and tired Of the racism that is being pushed every single day in the media by the Democrat party at school board meetings by members of Congress I am sick of it And by racism I mean you can say anything you want Anything About a white person or white people Joy Reid is a bigot and she's a homophobe and she's disgusting And I'll get back to her in a minute And she's not alone We've critical race theory being pushed throughout our society including our schools with little kids which is a racist ideology trashing white people Look how they dehumanize individuals You're a white person Doesn't matter what you do how you do it where you do your white Now you can be white and be from Switzerland and you can be white and be from Bolivia But apparently all white people have everything in common Just like all black people are all the same And all Latinos are all the same whether you're from Honduras or Mexico These convenient racist categories they stick us and started with the federal government And the Democrat party pursues them in their own interests And the American Marxist just love it Love it And they have these low IQ Hateful people all over cable and network television all races and if they don't have enough they bring them in from the outside So called professors and experts and authors and all the rest I am sick of it

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Happy Meal (MM #3837)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Happy Meal (MM #3837)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. McDonald's has announced a change to their long popular happy meal, and it's getting mixed reactions. People either love it or they hate it. But the reaction is interesting because of the people who love and hate. Now this has nothing to do with the actual meal itself. They've not permanently said you can only get apple slices and no French fries with your happy meal. This is about the toy. McDonald's has been getting flak for a long time about sustainability about wastefulness with their toys and all the plastic that's involved in all the pollution that causes. So they've announced they're going to segue to more sustainable materials by 2025. What's that mean? Less plastic toys, more paper stuff. If you have a little game built inside, it's not going to have plastic pieces. It will have paper pieces. They'll also start using things like trading cards. The people who are complaining, it's collectors, because paper toys aren't easy to collect because they get torn they get ruined they get wet, something happens to them. So the collectors, they like the plastic. It's not good for our environment, and now won't be good for collectors either.

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Happy Meal (MM #3837)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Happy Meal (MM #3837)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. McDonald's has announced a change to their long popular happy meal, and it's getting mixed reactions. People either love it or they hate it. But the reaction is interesting because of the people who love and hate. Now this has nothing to do with the actual meal itself. They've not permanently said you can only get apple slices and no French fries with your happy meal. This is about the toy. McDonald's has been getting flak for a long time about sustainability about wastefulness with their toys and all the plastic that's involved in all the pollution that causes. So they've announced they're going to segue to more sustainable materials by 2025. What's that mean? Less plastic toys, more paper stuff. If you have a little game built inside, it's not going to have plastic pieces. It will have paper pieces. They'll also start using things like trading cards. The people who are complaining, it's collectors, because paper toys aren't easy to collect because they get torn they get ruined they get wet, something happens to them. So the collectors, they like the plastic. It's not good for our environment, and now won't be good for collectors either.

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Texas Needs to Create a Confrontation With the Federal Government Over Border Crisis

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 3 d ago

Texas Needs to Create a Confrontation With the Federal Government Over Border Crisis

"More complaining about to joe biden. And we know who he is. He is not the president of this country. He has some sort of aims ambitions to china or central america. We've gone into that many different times instead. We need to be solution-oriented. I do not like the politics of complaining. Now if you live in california. I get it. Texas is not california texas hill country. They'll secure the border. The good folks in fredericksburg texas. They won't put up with this at all. We also have to stop caring with the left and the media says about us to relevant play. Cut fifty two. But we want to show you why this camp got so big in the first place at swelled the fifteen thousand saturday morning hundreds of migrants at a time just streaming in from sudani kunia walking across the river and just illegally entering the united states without any resistance from our federal government whatsoever. They crowded on the shore and huge masses. We watched it for five six hours straight thousands coming in and eventually the only thing that stopped it was the state of texas and they literally formed kind of a wall if you will with their patrol vehicles and they stemmed the flow. They formed a wall and they stemmed the flow. Of course there's zero resistance from federal authorities. Federal authorities are under orders from the president to allow an open border society. And this really does open the question. And i've asked this question for the last couple months. And i think we're finally seeing an issue that is exposing how republicans are under prepared to deal with the actual crisis. That's happening in america. Which is how much power to the states. Actually have the federal government postures. They flex their muscles but we saw under the trump administration that the federal government backed down when sanctuary state and sanctuary city measures were passed in seattle in portland and san francisco. Los angeles what texas needs to do is create a confrontation with the federal government and the federal government will back down. Texas is the perfect place to test this out.

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Author Joel Rosenberg Describes His Latest Book 'Enemies and Allies'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 4 d ago

Author Joel Rosenberg Describes His Latest Book 'Enemies and Allies'

"Rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thanks bob it's great to be with you. Oh eric trish. I even heard of you. I've heard of you in fact i've had you on the program many times. You have so many new york times. Bestsellers that i. I laugh because to somebody who i don't know. I think i have five officially but i thought you have written so many books and your books do so well and you now have another book so before we get into current events. 'cause i wanna talk about the middle east. Sure i'm tell us about the new book. Because it's i know it's it's the new book. Well what's interesting about this book. Enemies and allies is. It's the first book. It's the only book that really takes you inside the middle east twenty years after the horrific events of nine eleven to to assess. Where are we today right. Who our enemies today. Because they've changed and who our allies today. They've also changed but what makes us book. Distinctive is not just that. I'm sort of analyzing it from my own vantage point. But i'm taking the readers inside the palaces and the presidential compounds in every major american ally in the middle east. You're sitting with prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu you're sitting with israeli president ruby. Rivlin you're sitting with. Israel's defense minster by you're also sitting as i take you with me into riyadh saudi arabia and you're meeting mohammed bin salman most consequential and i think the most controversial leader in the arab world and presidency in egypt and king of jordan and the leaders of the united arab emirates and bahrain. This there is no book. Might this that has allowed you to sit there and listen to these leaders. What are they think are the worst threats facing not only the united states but them how do they how are they changing their societies because there are massive changes. So that's what makes us book interesting and for me fascinating to live it over the last few

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Order Pickup (MM #3836)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Order Pickup (MM #3836)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. As retail adjust to its new normal in the middle of the pandemic post pandemic, everybody's really encouraging, buying something online from a store and having them either ship it to you or ship it to the store. Order pick up has become a big deal for all these grocery stores, big box stores, even for small mom and pop stores. But I find the order pick up process a little inconsistent. And I know this is the hardest part for them. And this isn't about necessarily having enough people in place. It's having the right system in place. Other day, we ordered something from lows that wasn't available in the stores, but I figured instead of actually paying for shipping. I'd have it shipped to the store, save the shipping. I could do the order pickup process. Now, of course, I could call in right when I get there and tell them I'm sitting there waiting in the parking lot in the pickup spot and they'll come deliver it to me. But I always like to go inside just to make sure I'm glad I did because it took them 20 minutes to find what I was looking for. Because it wasn't with all the other orders for pickup. I had no problem with it. I understand things happen. They just got to get their acts together. Not just for me, but for everybody.

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The Need for a Courageous Revolution of Vaccine Whistleblowers Like Jodi O'Malley

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 4 d ago

The Need for a Courageous Revolution of Vaccine Whistleblowers Like Jodi O'Malley

"I want to ask you number one. Talk about the kind of resources. You're providing to jody to be able to support her. Because to give whistle blowers protection is something that congress should be doing. But they're not going to do that of course in this sense of many other senses and talk about how we need more people to stand up like this. We need a courageous revolution really. Charlie i mean you know. Some women are one great. Some achieve greatness and some have breed mistrust them. No one's ever done this before. I mean she's a federal employees. Were little hidden camera and eventually expose the emergency room. Doctor was saying and this is. This is not pretend. Fake people say video. I make claims making claims. She reported what people were saying. So i think a lot of people right there on the fence. Tens of thousands of messages from people who are in her situation and all parts of society. They're afraid of what might happen to them if they do this. Jodi what idea was illegal faith. She didn't know where shoes in the land she. Didn't you know one of the most hardcore to of peasley fell yesterday was i. I enjoy it. What you fray and she said. I put my faith in god not man and i thought it was very powerful and i think people do need to eat buffet and i think we're on the verge of something massive. You talk about revolution. I think they're pushing people so far to their limits and when people are pushed up against the wall like this. I think you're going to see a lot of america. I mean you can see people that are and they're willing to lose their job. I never saw for as long as i've known you for nine years. I've never seen people put so much. Faith and confidence in the truth is sacrificed career. Ender job for the public's right to know south

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Lord Conrad Black Discusses the Shameful State of the World

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 5 d ago

Lord Conrad Black Discusses the Shameful State of the World

"The fact that not only are you. A presidential historian of note appear in the british house of lords am former media. Mogul crossed the atlantic in australia. As well let me ask you your reaction in the correct historic context. What we are witnessing in canada in the uk in australia in america. There's a video. I just two days ago. A woman who is being accosted on her doorstep by the police australia why because on social media she said common protests the lockdowns. Tomorrow i mean just just you know what we are supposed to be able to do in any kind of republic old constitutional monarchy. Have you ever seen the like the spanning the various regions of the commonwealth and the united states. No i i have not I've never seen such income government in the united states. The the american political society is in disgrace. Arrest that and rebuild itself and i. I've never seen such a a a shambles in american government in every field. You know the The this horrifying shambles in afghanistan. Don't worry says the president we still have over the horizon influence whereupon They kill ten innocent people including seven children. I mean i all kinds of things Two hundred thousand people a month oregon over the southern border. I that's never happened. None of it has happened before that. I know and i've been following these things since eisenhart austrailia. I mean i think spoke about this a couple of weeks. You know we all know. The australians are rough tough rugged likeable people as crocodile. Done it hurts. You know they get out there in the back or the great barrier reef or over there aren't they you know they're they're strong. Solid men and strong solid attractive women. But how on earth is it all of a sudden if you put up something on twitter or wherever it was you'll get called upon at your home by the police for inciting disorder because you just invited people size the right of simply to check in arbitrary measure. I can't imagine it happening in australia. It's not the australia. I know

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The Establishment Welcomes Godless Hollywood Liberal Jeff Daniels

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:34 min | 5 d ago

The Establishment Welcomes Godless Hollywood Liberal Jeff Daniels

"Now you may remember jeff daniels from the movie dumb and dumber and if you ever wondered while watching that movie will who's dumb and dumber. Let's listen to this clip and you will know exactly who i think. The bloody sunday for people of color was george ford's murder and white people said. I had no idea that we were only taught one side of american history. Better look into that. So i started reading isabel. Wilkerson tana coats. Carol anderson get educated. Because there's a whole we have an opportunity in this country right now to welcome in a america we really do. I feel the same way that there is strangely. Not only in america not in our the way we approach our civic society but in the arts There's there's reasons and opportunity where things are reopened. That never closed ever before to re dedicate yourself to first principles and white people are the ones who need to hear it. So mockingbird is harper lee to white point of view and it certainly is the story of atticus coming to grips with the fact that one of the big central questions of the play is. There's goodness everyone you just have to care enough to look for it. Is that true today. In two thousand twenty one. Is there goodness everyone not so sure. But you have to choose. Now you have to decide whether you're for eliminating or at least marginalizing systemic racism or you against you have to choose. You can't just sit back and go. Please cut my taxes. Look the other way. Well there's also a choice before that which is to acknowledge exists acknowledge it exists

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Health And Wellness (MM #3835)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

Health And Wellness (MM #3835)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason as we get older the one thing we're told to focus more of our time and attention on is our health and wellness. And let's be honest, you get consumed with it as you get older. It's not something I thought too much about. I thought about it, but I didn't think too much about it. 30s and 40s. Now what I'm above the equator, I think about it, okay, not all the time, but darn close to all the time. And I'm always wondering what to take what to do, should I take this vitamin? Should I take this supplement? Of course I've talked about this before. My wife has told me the other day she saw a commercial for dayquill, which we all know it's been around for a long time. The daytime cold medicine, but they packaged it differently now. They packaged it with daqui for the person who catches the cold and then with another one of their products super to help the person your spouse who's around you to boost their cold fighting antibodies to keep them from getting sick. Courses you hit your 50s, hit your 60s. There managed to get that flu shot every year. Last year, they were worried about the flu and COVID. Now this year, we're worried about it even more. You can't win, you can't stay ahead of the game and you still sometimes just wonder what to do because doctors can't agree on that either.

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Professor Ruth Wisse Explains Why Liberals Are Less 'Pro-Israel' Than Conservatives

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 6 d ago

Professor Ruth Wisse Explains Why Liberals Are Less 'Pro-Israel' Than Conservatives

"I'm talking to ruth weiss ruth. I'm gonna play the role of eric. You play the role of ruth. You've written this book. Free as jew. You have a background teaching at harvard. you eventually became a conservative. You are pro israel. I think that needs to be said. Why is it. I get the impression that religious jews conservative. Jews are pro israel. Liberal jews tend almost to be pro palestinian or very worried about israel In the way that the harvard faculty was worried about the rotc. Well i mean well the connection you're making is exactly right. I think Why is that. well. I don't put it so much as pro israel that i cannot for the life of me understand how any decent human being could be anything but pro israel. The great question is why did the arab world Why did the arab league organiz in nineteen forty five against the state of israel. You tell me and why. I have my theories. Well i have many theories. I wrote a book about that too. Actually called jusin power Trying to explain anti semitism. And which i define as the organization of politics against the jews and my sense is that you always have to look at the function of anti semitism. Who does it serve. And what purposes does it serve and it seems very clear that the only glue of the arab league in nineteen forty five was common opposition to the state of israel and that's still in some profound terrifying way. The only actual unifying element on a political level within that terribly disparite and and and really frac fragmented and fractured world. So it plays a very important part among arab and muslim societies and unfortunately lately it has been imported into the united states of america quite successfully and driven home

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Used To Be (MM #3834)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Used To Be (MM #3834)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. We're living in a time when everybody wants to go back to the past. Go back to the way it used to be, but there is no turning back. And when I say used to be, we're talking the good old days, whatever that may be in your life. But I realized something just the other night. I don't want to go backwards. Some of my first memories, listening to basketball broadcast, listening to football broadcasts on a little a.m. radio, usually hearing my father do the call, and every now and again, let me go along with him. And I'm talking going back to the age of three, four years old, technology then, way behind what it is now, but it was still amazing to be able to do those things and I learned how to make those broadcast happen when you go from state to state. Anymore, you can do it with a cell phone, and amazingly, with the Internet, I could listen to my nephew, play football, thanks to some fancy technology. And I can't even imagine back in the 1960s, how that would have even been possible in my lifetime. What we're able to do and accomplish right now in this world is amazing. And what we can do in the future could be even more amazing. Simple little technology has made this world so beautiful. And at the same time, so scary for some.

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"society" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

07:47 min | 9 months ago

"society" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Our website at esp dot net dot a u. So today i would like to give a talk. I was asked on by people in sri lanka supporter. Insure lincoln columba last to give a talk for the job society in sri lanka. And i gave that talk last friday on christmas day on christmas day and it was very suitable. Talk in a way because it the talk was To address or at The difficult is attention to the building up in sri lanka between the buddhist community and the muslim community this same quite a few tension throughout the world between muslim community and other communities and we can see in new zealand very unfortunate result of that with the massacre in the christ church of the mosque playing out. So this talk. As as the friday talked to focus on harmony in in society and ourselves because how many is very important aspect of the buddhist path. It's a factor that leads to peace within And it's it's something that promotes the practice of the dumb so like to just start. I think because it's not so much time now. I might abbreviate where i was going to talk about. And just to mention this these versus i was going to quote some versus from the buddha. And this is what happened at cossack when people were in disharmony in the monks were in disharmony actually having a big fight now talk about that a little bit and this is some of the versus. The buddhist spoke on that occasion which always note they. They they really sum up. What happens when we have disharmony in the world and it says the would've said when many voices shouted wants none considers himself four though. The sanger is being split. None thinks himself to be at fault. They have forgotten thoughtful speech fe talk obsessed by words alone uncurbed their mouths and they yell at will none knows what leads them to beat him to act so to act and of course as i mentioned. This is at kazan. Where the monks had divided into two groups quiz disharmonies always a number of groups can be more than two can't be many and the head divided into two one was the group that was focusing on donmar and one was focusing on the veneer and they've been a small vinnie offense rule of discipline for the monks and this split the community and the buddha to come and heal this and he did on a number occasion to speak to the monks but the occasion. That i'm going to mention here which is in ceuta from the magic minicar called imperfections. He talks he's invited to come and speak to the monks and he said to monks stop arguing. Stop quarrelling stop. Hurting each other with verbal daggers. And you think well they listen to him you know. He said this three times and then one of the monks said to the said. May the buddha not involve himself in this. May he have a binding which means to to go often meditate and especially the john eight meditations and that they these monks were disputing would be solely responsible for that and so then the buddha. He saw that this was not possible to for him to He'll is and so he the next morning. He went on his arms round and left sambi indefinitely. Monks it's very interesting because it shows the buddha's doesn't is not coming from the sense of being the sanger on controlling the sangha. You see that you he what he can do. And then he walks away from it because he realizes with equanimity. Not the right time and of course the sanger being split. It talked about in that verse. Is you know when the the monks or the nuns fully dan monks and nuns divide into two groups and therefore not unity. There's not harmony. And this is one of the most serious things that that hap- that can happen in In the sunday's win sandra split and the would quite often very negative karma back when the sangha split but the harmony this angry important for and it's one of the things as a monk or non was impressed on us. You know this harmony of of the group working together is so important because without it they cannot be pace without the practice will suffer. We can't practice in oakland for paths. So well it's an obstacle and also for the lay community witness hungary's fighting as ambi this place where the the monks were fighting disagreeing over vigna. It also reduces the faith of the community lay community. Really think wow these monks. What are they practicing. Look at them. It's supposed to be peaceful and they're they're actually fighting each other and the way. The dispute end in was because les community stop feeding them very practical very practical. And also what it points out to is lack of respect from the towards the buddha. They wouldn't listen to him at all because they're so taken over by the dispute having but we see in the world there's many divisions in the world and this is very natural given the fact that we have The three negative roots in ammo lines of desire aversion and delusion. This is very natural and it plays out particularly in the sorts of disputes. Is a lot of anger can come up hatred or a strong sense of self or ego that. That's what can come out. So this is an i reflected as many of you probably have reflected to the us elections. Were pretty good. Example of disharmony and people divining a huge. Why i couldn't believe how polarized america has become over the elections and it reminds me as it reminds you the the maximum or the saying divide and conquer and i think politicians often news at that to gain power and to keep it and they can even you know in politics costs. They can use a particular group within the society's escape guard focus on negative energy on it and that happens we see. We've seen it in with the jewish people in adolf hitler's germany for the second world war and during and it reminded me when i say it's three this division in society. One of the fraser that came to mind shows how condition we are united. We stand divided. We fall came to mind. And so google did as you do and i wonder if you know who said that anybody know who said that. I'll tell you. Google said the said that it goes back to the sixth century bc actually originally obviously not these words but in the greek or.

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"society" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

Teachers Care Society

06:19 min | 9 months ago

"society" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

"Ways to like make math fun with different games and stuff so it was really nice and then not too sure about. Maybe you can explain so sabotage So in the actual game like the impostors can sabotage the crewmates in like turn off. All the lights are something so the crew have to turn the lights on. Otherwise won't be able to see anything. So i would just throw in a quote unquote sabotage. But it would really just the another problem solve. That would give them a clue. So i see so for me. Whenever i've done games. I try my best to make it even side. But if it's this really lopsided a one team is dominating. I guess i could do something you you d like trying to even the playing field or maybe move sir teammates around or given extra obstacles team that way you know winning and young train do something like that That's pretty cool I mean my school. We have something called. St math popular educational game in the beauty about these games is customizable when we can change anything new. According to the twins progress and that way if a students really far ahead of the class at home they don't believe classmates really boring. You're you know that that's market on the classroom. And the classes building snell pace according to you Same thing for those students who are struggling a bit were. Everything's moving way too fast. They can keep working at their own pace while the rest of the class moves ahead. And then you know maybe when you have time or during small group seeking more one on one with a with that student or the student's but yeah these. These are some of the educational games in the billy for them to collect. A lot of dea. Does data's great for progress monitoring. I'm talking about like in addition to just Problems a student was trolling. Whether you'd see how long they took which wrong answers they choose are wrong. Answer in when the problem was presented Some i know you did among us but use other educational video games in the classroom. Yeah i use a few different educational video games in my class. A few of them. I actually use for assignments while some other ones. I just kinda offer them to the kids. Like if you're board. Here's something to do kind of work So the kids really love prodigy which is kind of like kokomo but with math problems that they have to Have another app called wrestle for math. you get to create a little character every time you earn coins. So that one's one arm but it also use other video games like nitro type for keyboarding khodabandeh for learning Like basic coding and math playground. Which is a bunch of math games on it and i loved them for the reasons you said. It's super easy to see who's struggling. With what and the kids gets north round piece and may like it refunded motivating. When i get to go here you hit the play property today. So that's good. That's what gives them a little bit of motivation. You'll have you know. Everyone does the work or of well behaved them was at the game at the end. And on your these games when you consider real quick That's nice so digital games agree But i'm also a big fan of old school board game. So i know the big digital games are some of the ones you said but i mean for me here We have code quiz quizzes. Nepad quiz lead on this new one that get into the glass here was a called. The breakout d'you on. I'll talk the talk about that one a little bit later. But you know another idea. You adapt school games. And i can't believe. I'm saying the word old school you know like scavenger hunts are bingo or dice games or jeopardy style games or a big part of the one that will enjoyed his. I think it's called the hundred thousand dollar a premium game. The probably it harder as a class. Progressives of the three to problem on so you can create different categories based on whatever is. Maybe you're going to suss them. Students can participate in partners individuals and teams as seen some teachers have some like scrabble. Type games is flash cards. These causing be pretty much anything. Besides his pictures. I mean besides his words put pictures as well on some get really fancying. A qr code on it and students can cure coordinates video co. clue so he really fancy but for me growing up. My high school history teacher would always do these jeopardy style. Games are who wants to be millionaire millionaire type of games and it was really great. What you're studying does he or. She would do this two or three days. Before our tests which always be on friday and was a fun way of learning and reviewing the content she would allow us to take notes as well during the during a game that way. We should ride on particular questions and we would have the answers as well at the problems. You need a little help. On and friendly competition was always welcome in the classroom Of course it's correctly. You know you can have amazing. Results really motivates the student. But do you have some kind of competition in your classroom with games. Location i try. I love friendly competition. I'm a really competitive person. So it's kinda fun when we get to do that together as a class It's been a little bit difficult this year. Disa- figure it out on timing wise because are scheduled On social distancing of course a little bit harder but even something as simple as like race the teacher or who can finish Competitions really motivate some of my small groups like isis small groups. That are really competitive. And that's the thing. I guess i'm going I recently did like jeopardy. Type game Division skills they got to work in teams allen. I would just love to find the time to do more. And you'll you'll.

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"society" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

Teachers Care Society

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"society" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

"And be able to adapt on the fly. Yeah, the shaving cream was always one of my favorites. I know it's going to be messing but I think the people is always worth it cuz they're happy to rain gauge and when expectation that I did feel well prepared for was classroom management particularly student Behavior. So and I knew that going to the classroom this was the first thing that I needed to tackle creating and setting those Behavior expectations immediately and my credential programs. I felt was pretty well prepared with all these strategies and honorable repression pressing control positive reinforcement. They'll just goes on and I've been tested quite a long it was student Behavior, but never took a look last test me all at once and I've learned which behaviors to ignore at the moment and which ones you address later in private with the students might have one. Just let it go cuz again, sometimes they might just be dead. And they can Behavior you ever had a situation where the whole entire class acts up. How did you address that? Yes for her is Jillian domino effect. Like you mentioned earlier. It's one thing happens with one student that requires your attention than another student starts going off and need something right at the same time 2 a.m. And it kind of just trickles down and before you know, it it is complete chaos. And sometimes I just have to verbalize like this is craziness to help you manage all and laughter always helps to once you like step back and look and you're like wow like sometimes if I tell people about my day, I don't think they would believe me but it really is crazy. So you just have to have some good sense of humor and find the positive things and I mean, you know, sometimes things come out of your mouth about your day that you're just like I can't believe yep. This is something that's happening right now. Like there's an there's a child with no clothes on all of a sudden how did that happen? So, you know weird things just come up with some cases where I you know, we have like an interactive TV or projector or I'm like driving the materiality boards, right all of a sudden turn around and see if she is on the phone Michael McGinnis play cleanly run to try us back. Yeah, lots of unexpected things and if we are talking about teacher expectations, then I viewed as two different categories. We have expectations that we have on ourselves and expectations of others have on us. So let's start spectations that we have for ourselves. So sitting here realistic expectations while I do appreciate ambitious goals for ourselves be also need to be realistic about what I can actually help us if you ever heard of smart goals. Well you're dead. The introductions as far as the answer is specific measurable achievable relevant and time-bound. So you want all these goals to be smart. And that means that they need to be plausible would giving birth time with the time that you have and with the resources. If not, then, you know get rid of it. You can always change your mind with these smart goals, but don't keep changing them all the time because then you're not really holding yourself accountable and you ever noticed that your goals and some changes have changed over the years of teaching. Yes. I used to think I had to like have it together all the time. I used to sneak stay late at work and try and have everything done for the next day or you know for things I have going on later in the week. And now I've realized that it's important to give myself time to decompress and take time for myself and just try and allow mice like not allow myself to get overwhelmed and then you know, I'm just kind of learned to walk away when I'm dead. Nice and time before coming back to something that I signed as like overwhelming or frustrating or I just kind of lose focus on working on it. So again being single helps, you know, I learned a lot over the years of teaching just not to live up to other people's like unrealistic expectations and I'm kind of learned what is reasonable and unreasonable and what's really important in like the grand scheme of things, you know, first and foremost is that you know, my students have a safe and respectful space to come to each day, you know, they don't they don't care if I have it all together. They probably don't even notice like they wouldn't notice if I left one part of the less than our oh I didn't have this material, you know ready right them. They don't know those scenes. So, you know, really I'm just learned it's more about building trust and you know, just having like a good space for my kids off. I'm 2 every day and then you know everything else just kind of Falls in place after that. Yeah, I definitely agree that the kiddos won't know if you messed up, you know quickly, you know gloss over it then it won't know that's so I wouldn't stress out too much about that. I mean you'll know again don't be too harsh on yourself and I like the part about like you said as long as they're you know, happy and Genesis place. So that's you know, it's a temporary right there. So measuring success is all objective. And that means we need to figure out what your country is going to be if you can meet your goals. So I'm having your score system kind of like movie critic do I get myself to the thumbs-up for five stars or is it seemed like the university is that pass or fail? So I'm an overachiever. So I like to have my expectations. It's just my extension is get even higher doing this endemic and you have people that I record lessons and if I don't like it or if I mess up a word or do a slip up and I will re record the whole lot said all over again and I could hear you suck. A limitation from ground or another teacher even if we you know teaching the same grade level but it's just who I am. This is my criteria like for yourself. What is your success criteria for you? When you you suck self-reflection, I definitely do do a lot of self-reflection usually after each lesson, especially now during distance learning, you know, I live lessons I think about how it went and what could be improved and I take time to think out loud with my aides and get their feedback too and just really try to think about what well it could be changed and you know always thinking what could come next, you know, just making these lessons engaging during distance learning especially is always a struggle and it's just really hard to tell how the lesson was received by the students and their families, you know, cuz they are they're right there with them and hearing everything I'm seeing and seeing everything I'm dead. So I mean as far as what My Success criteria is in order to say I guess it really just depends on the situation. I think usually it's just based off of how I feel and how my students feel. Hopefully we all walk away with something..

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"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"Had and they're worried was dead. That they were going to die. They're worried was that the people who were going to be with them as they died say at a party where they then retired to her room and took would actually be risk-off option for aiding and abetting a suicide as Lloyds just pointed out that is the aid exit aiding and abetting a suicide which is the criminal act as a four year prison sentence at a maximum. So they had they they all their only option to open to them was go somewhere to have jurisdiction to export dying to another country where they could be with friends and make it a positive act wasn't Criminal in the eyes of in this case of Switzerland. So that's the Dilemma that people face and that they face themselves in making this choice and going to Switzerland. I imagine that can't have been an easy or a cheap process wage. Some extremely complicated process the amount of massive amount of evidence. You have to produce for the Swiss agency and for the Swiss authorities wage and the booking and the to all expensive and the cost of getting in touch with cylinder and of living we have to spend a few days. There are doctors see is puts it beyond the reach of an awful lot of people Britain. That's that's totally understandable make you also mentioned that although you and your friends who helped and and Bob were not pursued afterwards that some people who've had recourse to dignitas in Switzerland their relatives who helped them out have been late at this huge. For example, there was a a woman in South Wales who was dying off and wanted to raise the money for her daughters. Wanted to hold a party to raise the money to enable her go to Switzerland and they were interviewed by the police and told the blame. Which couldn't do that? So there was a case in Chester. I know of a man who told his doctor he was going to do form the police and in his he wasn't at home, but the police had actually come around and kicked his door in and later arrested and questioned him and before he went off. So I think the point I'm trying to make is that other people have been interviewed or left hanging not knowing whether they would be prosecuted or not. And there was a terrible Choice recently have Jeff Wiley and his wife and where the the police intervened and left a case open for some while before it eventually dismissed around whether she's acted in a compassionate or not. It's a model the whole thing is a complete model and end-of-life shouldn't be such a mess for people especially for the for the people who are dying for the people who log Daily sounds like a really a huge inhumane situation that we've got in the law at the moment and talking about the fact that it did feels inhumanely sorts of cases wage. What are the principles? What what should the moral basis be for governing the way our society approaches death now in the twenty-first century with science and Society being the way they you know, Louis you wrote a book about this which was published in June which was lost rights the case for assisted dying. What do you think that moral basis should be for the way we approach assisted dying off? I think it's clear as Mick has just moving the highlighted the status quo the current system in the UK is a complete mess and I think.

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"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"With the payment providers and yes most recently, balconies have denied him biking services, which is really think an artifact of the way. The companies are taking risk most areas Lee. Now, there is perhaps the notes of kosher however, which is course she's tossed do have plans ties to the Christian legal centre who are notorious for. A Fulbright defense that that Klein's sarry accompany should be wary about their interactions with groups that are practicing conversion therapy. That coupes and has been some legal ramifications. Full those the have half. ties with of course, she's trust in her towns getting threatening letters. Central. We've been talking about illegal and we've been talking about things. Individual companies have done. Do you think that illegal balance the any satisfactory solution? What? What about the rights of Christian groups as they? Took some I think it is important that there is legal efforts to ban the practice Number one, it doesn't work. Not. Theory can cools lasting damage and when we look at Lowe's coming in Alpha basis, most of those directed towards banning conversion therapy for minors all where it is fraudulently off a tour to doubts. I think there must also be worked to educate the pool and tackle stigma around issues. At the end of the day confession therapy only has a hook if people think being. Rome, and if you take that away from them, you take then main tool. So of aging people to undergo conversion therapy away so I think it is important. Today does go hand in hand with outreach to groups as well playing devil's advocate for minute short they would say, well, you know we we don't do anything against people's will. It's just if people believe that. Heaven Sexuality is wrong. than. We offer some help for them I mean what would your response to that? So I think it is one thing to a treatment that doesn't work Frankie has there's lots of things you can go and buy return work I think it is particularly nefarious to offer treatment which they know doesn't work and it will soon now causes serious harm to people. Dowse higher suicide and depression south harm other things we've talked about I. Think at the end of the day they are providing a promise and it's not only morally wrong. Unethically robot much one day send legally wrong as far as the core issues. Trust Northern Ireland is concen. The National Secular Society has recently challenged. Am It's right tapped the status of charity unethical have various tax breaks. Organizations that promote conversion therapy HAMAS poetry religious should be able to keep that charitable status..

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"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"And you're listening to episode thirty two of the National. Secular Society podcast hosted by Anna Park. I will be discussing the issue of what is known contentiously as gay conversion therapy in the cannot the country's certain, very conservative or even Jellicoe. Stations mainly, but not exclusively Christian, advocate counseling and other practices which purport to help our terrence somehow get rid of this EXC- or gender identity when this is not in line with that groups religious teachings. But what effect does this so called therapy have on people who undergo it. Shoot and can gay conversion therapy be banned by by law? How do you even define the practice since it is not widely reported? And finally should groups which advocate some form of confession therapy for LGBT plus people be deprived of their charitable status. To answer, these questions I'll be speaking to Nick Duffy Carta says editor at LGBT newspaper think news. Later in the episode will be joined by Meghan Manson had of policy in research the National Secular Society to discuss the NSS is position. I'm joined now by Nick Duffy, current affairs editor at Pink News. Nick what exactly is conversion therapy who does it and who were its target A good question when people are asked about conversion therapy the first thing they picked her as perhaps some kind of horrific Suzhou medical treatment like electroshock therapy or chemical castration. So thanks that people like Jerry. Historically subjected to. Stay picture children being packed off to pray the Gay Away Cam which was popularized in the US and ninety S. where. Huge organizations was up with? Support from religious organizations and conservative groups that actually when we look at what confession therapies today, it takes generally before move individual or pseudo counseling services on a one to one basis was a mole in emotionally manipulative approach. Wa Council is trying to convince people sexual orientation or gender identity is often the result of childhood abandonment issues or sexual abuse which we know is untrue. It's fairly common practice by range of groups and he'll exactly all these therapists. So they oh counselors all a clinically medically trained. Sir Really has three distinct types of confession conversion therapy were aware of in the UK. said the first. And most prominent one that people may have had about his group decor issues trust. Which is registered charity Northern Ireland. It goes against three very little effort to conceal his work and claims to be able to help people manage as club traction..

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"society" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

Teachers Care Society

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"society" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

"Repetition and but doing it in different ways and so that way you're kind of touching a lot of bases in a lot of ways may be kids might be interested or kids might be. Kids learn. So I WANNA. Thank you so much for being guest insuring your knowledge it. New Year. Episode of Care Society I want to say thank you our guest Rianne more. Jeep. We're actually where can they can? Music. My instagram handle and all my social media handle is she is more than Mo are and where you can find. Nine music. Out It's up to us a little sneak peek of widows new. Even, more than ever. I. have been pretty busy during this crazy time. Being, able and luckily being able to work from home as Ben Ben Amazing I've just been really working. I'm hoping to put out a song before the end of the year another song. So that's always kind of going the artist's stuff. And Yeah, that's about it and I've just been speaking of dogs like that's something I've been learning a lot in the last few months. So allowing to put out more my production shops. Music as well. So Much I WANNA. Thank the listeners like you. See you next time..

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"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"Religious people are maybe going to try and. Use is the fact that now there's a law against the in the likelihood of stirring up hatred against religious belief. Now that is incredibly incredibly vague on incredibly satiric on something on something, which which is well intended by by the Justice Minister I think he hasn't thought through the implications of what this means. Belief religious belief. I think Neil's a quite right to point at this is actually well-intentioned for the most part I think it's comes from the place where. Policymakers want to create more hall. Monia Society and achieve social cohesion through suppressing. Difficult free speech bluffing. That's wholly misguided I think the aimed nothing's gone and diverse pluralistic multicultural societies. There are lots of people of different persuasions living side-by-side an inevitably that creates a bit of friction from time to time, and people will get to send it from time to time But. I think the answer. The some people to reduce that friction is by trying to limit free speech nothing. It's counterproductive banning words or arguments which offensive. It's never led to social harmony, and I think the rise of identity politics in the politics of Grievance and the idea sprint quite prolifically. That groups have some sort of right not to be offended. And this time. It's good to be why right? It's a respectable Sandy, an idea and it gets votes from identity groups that won't. Be insulated from any sort of criticism, but in fact, the whole idea is toxic to liberal democracy. Absolutely. And on that point Stephen. Let's just competitive Scottish. The mole that's Carney the case in England and Wales. Under the racial and Religious Hatred Act Two thousand, six I'm this is very short tax in it states that a person who uses threatening work Pavia would displace any written material, which is frightening I'm said it's only threatening is guilty of an offence if he intends that by to stir up religious hatred, so that's whether religious hatred comes in..

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"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"I'm now joined by Alliston Alliston head of education. The National Secular Society to discuss his response to. Points and the NSS position is a to what's the national secular societies position about these unregistered schools. And what work is it doing at the moment in this area or Franks? And find thanks for a full her insight on this issue, so the National Society main focus has always been on state funded faith schools initiative, the state funded sector 'cause it's just biggest area from a secular perspective it's. The most egregious because it's state funded, though over the last of all ten years we've been doing increasing walk looking at the independent sector, both fee registered regulated independent sector and the unregistered, potentially unlawful independent sector. Opposition as that. When a school this independent, it's not funded by the state. Then it's pretty closely and fed I has a lot more freedom, and to operate an to promote relate to promote a religious. All of the reformist bought that even with an independent system. They're all still children's independent rights that have to be protected separate too often, the the family and the independent schools. What's itself so? We've always supported that being at a regulation which is over the law she has begun begun to command to ensure is just at least a minimum basic standard within the independent actor. And with the issue of unregistered, often illegal five skulls, we because that's just completely sa- escaping any regulation any oversight weaving one of the leading organizations calling for this issue to be taken seriously for these schools to be identified and to be brought into line with law. One of the difficulties with with these unregistered schools is that an offset doesn't seem to be able to catch them because of this, this strange provisions about homeschooling. Think is the onto that. Yes, so often when a child is attending unregistered skull, parents will say the child is being home schooled Parents. Often supplement legitimate homeschooling. They actually are educated in high, but they then supplement that with a potentially part time attendance acid on budgeted SCO. It's difficult to tackle this issue because of the lack of definition of what absolutely. Now I think we can all look a dictionary definition, and we all sort of know what is meant by a skull, but there are settings which provides some foam education, which on schools, so that can sometimes be a legitimate lack of clarity over not an institution should be registered, not every issues. But is operating as a school then it should be registered. The government has thankfully moving towards a position which we've endorsed in our response. The latest consultation on this show of defining school is and what a full-time scholars and that's GonNa be based on an idea, and we might quibble the exact definition, but based on the idea of if as an institution which is basically walks like a school..

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"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"Ultra Orthodox Jewish school? What happens to British? Children who leave school without knowing basic English or maths and who should decide how children should be educated that parents or the state? You're listening to the National Secular Society podcast hosted by Emma Park. In today's episode I'll be talking to eve sex about the unregistered schools that serve London's community of ultra. Orthodox Acidic Jews Eve is an accountant by profession and an activist with now who an organization that provides support to Jewish people in the UK. Who Civil Liberties have been impinged upon by religious hotlines? The Hasidic community is known to be closed and secretive, but he spent years working with its members to find out more about their way of life, and the pressures which keep them isolated from the rest.

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"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

14:01 min | 1 year ago

"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"Our affective is United Nations at supporting secularist principles. What extra precious. Let's Human Rights Council. Be under as a result of the KARENNA VIRUS PANDEMIC. And what has the National Secular Society been doing to advance? Secularist causes before. You're listening to the National Society podcast hosted by Park today. I'm joined by Josephine Macintosh to discuss her work representing Ns at the UN choice have been as a solicitor in London specialising in Competition Law and vice president at the NSS and member of the council she has represented the Society of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva since two thousand twelve. Jason First of all. Could you tell us about your recent work for the National Secular Society at the United Nations? Hi Emma so for my recent.

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"society" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

12:08 min | 1 year ago

"society" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"You got a chance to win something win something cool. Obviously with games coming up in the fall and and Spring Practices Bring Games and tailgates. We're going to really look look for ways to give cool stuff so starting off. We're going to give away some merchandise that we we have some stuff from my career and and a couple of things that I have that that I think it would be better served for you to have As opposed to sitting in a storage or sitting being as decoration in studio. So I'M GONNA start off with some Minnesota society. Shirts were I I drew these at random from Patriot on From our subscriber list I actually had my two and a half year old with a Crayon. Just just start mark and people just just pick a name. She had all the papers out and she marked them so are three shirts. That are a menace society shirts. Make sure you contact me with Shipping Info address and size and I will get out in the mail this week or three shirts. Emily Be Louis Lucky winner number. 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So thank you for supporting according us as always if you're not a supporter we really appreciate. You checking patriotic. Check it out. Some stuff we try to do for our subscribers in are are those that support us we support those who support us so the next thing I want to talk about I saw tweet right. This is a tweet from Clay Travis. And I've talked about Clay Travis quite a bit. I respect what he's built how he's done done it. I mean this is a guy that was a lawyer and just completely abandoned his career and said I wanted to. I WANNA be a sports media personality and he did it he he really took took the world by storm makes a ton of money and he really gives insight into a lot of things and he wasn't wrong with what he tweeted about Lamar Jackson but I wanNA talk about Lamar Jackson so he tweeted something. About because Lamar Jackson at the pro bowl did like an accuracy challenge is abysmal. It was awful and so he tweeted about it he was like Oh tell me again. How calling Lamar Jackson inaccurate is racist? And I get what he's getting at and I I totally understand what he's trying to say. But it made me think about the quarterback position and this ridiculousness that is in the sports media world that AH quarterbacks value is based on his ability to accurately throw the football Lamar Jackson. I mean he's ten he's going to be the MVP ten ten in the NFL and adjusted. Completion percentage twelve in the NFL and deep balls sixteenth in the NFL when he's kept clean he's actually six when he's under pressure. He gets the ball out of his hands. Second Slowest in the League. He's sex twenty second in the league in passing in yards right so those are his stats and you say wow how could he be the. MVP how what. What does this impact other than rushing? And here's what it is. First of all he lead the League in touchdown passes thirty six. This year leads the League and touchdowns under pressure which is really when a quarterback makes money right. He's thrown ten touchdowns when he's under pressure he's also the most elusive ball carrier in the NFL pro. Football Focus has formula that we've talked about on the show to rate how elusive ball carrier area so all positions combined. He's the most elusive ball carrier in the NFL. His great his rating it's like almost like a QB NFL rating his rating was is one thirty point nine. Four Comparison Alvin Kamara is a seventy point nine. He's almost twice as elusive as Alvin. Kamara camera he also has the highest breakaway percentage in the NFL with any positional player. With over one hundred forty two point five percent of his touches our big runs. And here's what made me. I want to talk about this. What I don't think is talked about enough is how good is a player at the position? Not what you think other players do at that position but when they take a snap at quarterback how good are they at being productive. jalen hurts is a great example in college football. He's not a great passer but he's productive. Lamar Jackson is the most productive and dynamic player in the NFL this year he was a- and it brings up a point that we've every office. I've been a part of has had an athletic quarterback right. They've had a guy that can run and make plays with his feet and in in my opinion when you have that you have a much greater threat then a drew brees Tom Brady. And you're talking about the two best in the last ten fifteen in years at throwing the football. Lamar Jackson is much harder to defend then. Tom Brady period. Why because the not not only the ability to run not only the ability to escape pressures and get out of the pocket and extend plays like we watch? Joe Borough do so well this year but when you have an athletic quarterback entire defenses change. They can not run the same defense against Tom Brady. That they do against Lamar Jackson or he we will light them up. They have to account for him to take off and run. They have to account for him to create a broken play and now they have to cover for five seconds. I mentioned it second to last in the NFL. Getting the ball of his hands. And that's not always a problem. He's extending place when he it does throw the ball. He doesn't need people he doesn't need to be as accurate. Tim Tebow the great example in college that I've seen the play actions and pass game that we had with Tim Tiba One. We did what he did. Well and two people were so much more open than with another guy at quarterback he didn't. I need to be as accurate. So why is that a knock on the Mark Jackson. Why is that a knock on an athletic quarterback because they're not as accurate as a stiff guy guy who can't run who cares? They impact the game greater and our affective throwing the football. The son of a bitch led the League in touchdowns. Isn't that what you're trying to do a quarterback. He threw for thirty six of them. You Watch Joe Burrow. He wasn't running for one thousand yards but he was his athleticism schism gave him the ability to open up an escape. Open up the game and escape the pocket when guys were covered. That's what you want. So Lamar Jackson was the best quarterback in the NFL this year maybe not pure passer but he was dynamic throwing the football because when a guy can run the defense has to account for that. We use it with Tim Tebow he used to take the snap. Take one step forward. It was a run the entire defense would come up to the line of scrimmage and when he would pop back it was like routes on air people just running free so holly to do is just put it in the vicinity and throw a catchable Bill Ball. You Watch drew. brees Tom Brady. That bowl has to be perfectly timed on that right shoulder at the pinpoint accuracy for them to be effective. That's what has to happen. Lamar Jackson doesn't have to have that happen. He's got guys more open. He's making big plays with the complete package. That is an athletic quarterback. So I'm tired of hearing about Lamar. Jackson can't throw yes he can. He can throw as well is he. needs to and. That's all you need to do. Tom Brady can't run. No one complains about that. He can't escape the pocket and scramble and make a big play why. Why doesn't anyone talk about Tom? Brady's not a great quarterback because he can't do anything athletic attic they don't because people view the quarterback position as a pure passing position newsflash. It's not scoring points is is the quarterback position moving the ball down. The field is the quarterback position and Lamar Jackson. Did it better than anyone in the NFL this year. Maybe Patrick Mahomes. You could say Patrick Mahomes right. That's about it. Lamar Jackson is is gets way too much negative attention because because he's not the most accurate passer so I wanted to get that off my chest because I've seen a lot about it and I wanted to talk about. What an athletic quarterback? What does that bring to the table? Why do people want the athletic quarterbacks I mean you look at just field is a great example in college of a guy that if he's cut loose and in a games he was cut loose and healthy? It was a totally different different ballgame because passing past the past game. It's hard it's hard to pinpoint accuracy and great timing really really hard and with an athletic guy. I when you don't if you missed that split second to throw the ball you could escape the pocket. Go make a play with your feet or extend the play. Get a scramble drill going so I wanted to talk about that for a minute brief minute but next thing I want to talk about his job after going back and reflecting on the season and the Lsu yes the year that Lsu had order on. Joe Joe Borough Joe Brady Dave Aranda I wanted to talk about the season and what it was and what we witnessed because it is is and I'm GonNa tell you why it is the greatest season by a college football team in this since two thousand. Let's say I didn't go back further than that. But since two thousand. That's the greatest season by a college team in the greatest season by a quarterback in the last nineteen years twenty years. So let's talk about. Why the first thing about Joe Borough that stands out to me when you watch the tape and you look at analytics but mainly when you watch the tape is there was nothing anyone could do to stop him? When team blitzed? He was better when they sat back back. He ate him alive. He had the weapons he had everything. And you look at his numbers in it's astounding. So I went back and I said all right. Who are the best quarterbacks in the last fifteen years the the best college performances right by a quarterback and I think the four? I picked we debate this all day long. And if you if you have another one I mean there were some that I looked at that I almost host in this list of just the impact they had and you're talking about heisman trophy winners. National Champions the four pick jober Oh James Winston in two thousand Thirteen Cam Newton in two thousand ten and Tim Tebow in two thousand seven. So there's going to be a debate. Someone's going to be pissed that I didn't pick someone but those those before I looked at Joe Borough lead had them all. In almost every category completion percentage Joe Borough was seventy completed seventy six percent of his passes which is absurd Jameis Winston Sixty six cam newton sixty six. Tim tebow sixty six percent so almost ten percent more of the time. He completed the ball. Over those three quarterbacks he threw for sixteen sixteen hundred more yards than Jameis Winston Double Cam Newton.

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"society" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"society" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

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"society" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"society" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

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"society" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

09:45 min | 2 years ago

"society" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Episode three ministers society podcast. I just want to thank you for tuning in this is our question answer off-shoot show and we apologize for for what went on with apple. We're not really sure what happened but they all of a sudden ten episodes became available last night and they <hes> one of them was the newer episode that people were having trouble finding but <hes> hopefully they fix that issue so we are this. If you're a patriot subscriber. You're listening to this today on friday. If not you're gonna drop it on saturday for the rest of the public public but i just want to thank you for listening in like we've done the last two wanna keep this real casual. No no intros patriots on subscriber sales pitches none of that so just justa. Let's roll into it. Star questions sounds good. Our first question comes from adam ferguson says hey can you talk about what happened to corinne walker and that whole recruiting issue he committed as soon as we won the natty and then it seemed like a roller coaster from ride from then on. I know you said urban changed the type of player. He recruited when he came to ohio a state but it's almost like you guys knew he was an issue because he flipped a bitch again and then did absolutely nothing while on the team and got kicked off. How did you guys know he was going to be a problem. Thank you for this. Show yeah so failed to mention. We're we always start with our patriot subscribers questions just because we they support us. We support them at karim walker. That was on different situation. It was a kid was the number one running back talent wise in the country for us and then we we as time went on and he he committed us and then he he was really had some attendance issues an ice school some academic issues and things like that and i just young kid making ride dumb decisions. I don't think he's a bad kid <hes> so we i think he kind of started distancing himself from us and then we did this ain't pretty mutual <hes> many obviously pick michigan and went up there and didn't have the career he had hoped for but it was pretty mutual. I don't think anyone will have state was upset that we lost him and obviously hindsight's twenty twenty. He didn't have a career he was projected to hap- so it was kind of a mutual split. Okay nima wants to know what went into the preparations for the national championship took game against oregon did urban relationship with chip kelly and watching practice in two thousand eleven. Give you guys any extra until about organs offense so actually i i don't know how much of it had to do with chip kelly as much as it had to do with <hes> our preparation for oklahoma in two thousand eight because oklahoma was very uptempo offense they a lot of times the same formation on the field it was kevin wilson's offense ohio state fans no kevin in indiana fans also and it really was all about how you simulate the speed of that offense in practice because that's the hard part right when you're facing these no huddle offense is it's how do you do. How do you simulate that that tempo 'cause i scout team to do it is almost impossible right and so our whole all female or whole mantra it was it was definitely i guess i would say every practice it was this mantra of seventeen seconds because they averaged one play every seventeen seconds and so we ran with that hard i know the defense they had to scout teams running atom simultaneously one after the other kind kind of rapid fire just as fast they were trying to run plays in fourteen seconds to make the game seemed slower than practice and they did an excellent the job and that was the key in two thousand eight at florida against oklahoma and that was the key in fourteen oregon and yeah i would imagine urban relationship chip kelly might have provided some insight but i think it was more a kind of what happened historically than than chip kelly sounds great well. We have one from from sean whisenhunt. I assume it's cans brother. Hey guys just wanted to say great job. Keep it up. I have a question about recruiting. What is the difference in red shirts green shirts and blue shirts. It's also what role does the university play in a kid going to a prep school after his senior year instead of going to college yeah so so redshirts are always just if if you don't play that's that's all it is people say oh. Are you going to redshirt. It's like you have no idea if he's going to richard you redshirt. After the freshman season after fresh i mean even have an idea in season season but at the end of the day of a kid's not good enough to play doesn't play and if he doesn't play his first year or even a second year if he hasn't used it then you redshirt him post year i'm not sure would a green shirt is with the blue shirt is when you are going to be over signed in a class and so you have a kid. That's just diane to be a florida gator gator and so you tell them listen. We're going to be over signed. We still want you but we can't. You can't come in in august or july with the rest of the class class because we don't have numbers so if you if you don't wanna be at florida than you're welcome to look elsewhere but we still want you so if you want to come you'll come that next january and then you can actually ashley count that kid towards the next class. It's it's really just a numbers game and <hes> situation. That kissed has to decide now. Prep schools different now a lotta times prep school can either be a kid ended up not qualifying any need. Maybe media just a little bit of a higher test score or maybe just needed to retake one or two classes to get the g._p._a. Up a little a bit or it could be another situation like that that we're talking about where it's just oversight and you want the kid to play football and not lose year eligibility as opposed to sitting out all fall so you sent him to a prep that school that can kind of protect him and not let other schools recruit him he plays football still gets practice in work and then he counts towards the next class. Also what if you get a blue shirt and you still don't have the numbers the next year. I mean i've never heard of that. I'm sure it's happened but i've never heard of it. Having debbie really screwed up but i don't. I don't know if schools actually do that. These as we never you can't do that to a kid. Bramley scott sours ass. I've always wondered how zone six started is it just something the thought of one day or were you talking to a former player recruit and it came out and then it stuck yeah so it happened actually had on vacation. I was on vacation. <hes> just is kind of thinking about my career and my position group and i really wanted to create a brand for for the culture i wanted to create anywhere i coached which was <hes> the the culture that you ended up seeing the mike with michael thomas and all in all the great players that we had through my career and so i came up with it and <hes> actually a couple of players were talking about a a rapper gucci mane and how he was from zone six in atlanta and all this other stuff and then i was thinking about on vacation and just just connected with i think dante wilson was the one that originally like was talking about zone six with gucci humane sola it made sense zone endzone six points <hes> it became a theme a mantra and now i'm excited for that that <unk> identity to grow will were you vacationing. I believe it was marco island florida marco island marriott resort and i it is a big time hotel. Tell me was in zone six not there. I heard that's like the murder capitals visiting ryan valentine lakes. I'd love to hear about how coaching was pushed out for. Incompetent ed coach tight ends seems ziff. Coach hinton's unit was performing in the guys nick and jeff not too happy yeah. Tim is one of my favorite persons. I've ever been around and he's an excellent football coach. I that that happens a lot. It actually happened with dan mullen and stan drayton at florida but also you get you get a coordinator that just doesn't like one of his assistance and and and wants to like i guess put blame on that assistant and and and try to claim they aren't a great coach or whatever and and urban had too much respect for. Tim hinted to fire him. 'cause i think urban knew he was a good coach. It was it was just a alignment mess a cultural mess on the offensive side of the ball and unfortunately tim hidden who's a great football coach got the brunt of it and it's it's sad because he's one of the finest coaches i've been around and one of my favorite people i've ever met had similar to stand standard habit stan drayton at florida he <hes> he left for tennessee because of it because dan mullen was pushing them out and blaming him for a lot of things to urban and dan left steve adagio was like listen stanford as one of the best running back coach. I've been around. I want to bring them back in so urban brought it back so it's it's sad when a coordinator does that to coach but unless it's warranted but <hes> yeah that's that's the moral of the story. Josh wants no d. c. Urban eventually becoming states fulltime a._d. This oh do you think he could eventually eventually plug himself back into our head coach position if things don't work out yeah i i highly highly doubt that i don't think urban wants to be a fulltime eighty. There's too much work involved in. I think if he was going to put that kind of work and he'd rather be head football coach to be honest with you <hes> he's not. He's not going to be very alvarez now. I don't think so unless there's a way like he could have an assistant a._d. That does all the work and he could be like the figurehead. Maybe then but i i don't. I don't think he has any interest in that. I think he's likes where he's at right now now unless he was to get the to work that much then he'd get back into coaching mitch deep bureau what is the difference between high schools was in texas california florida georgia as opposed to a school in new york or other states where high school football is not a breeding ground for top recruits. What distinguishes those territories coaching eighteen culture weather yeah i mean you could this could be seven episodes in a row..

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"society" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"society" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Menace to society. It is shark week. It will watch shark shark week yet yeah. It started last night rob riggle yeah. That was a little weird yeah. It wasn't very sharkey us just kind of a comedy bit a bit yeah. It was <hes> i was not a huge fan of that but love shark week it is monday july twenty ninth twenty nineteen for patriot subscribers. If you're not a subscriber it's going to be tuesday. July thirtieth for the rest of us wanted a little update the show back into consistent mode after through this new studio which is pretty much done. We've got a couple more days of some stuff going on here but we're in it. It's working. We're ready to roll just surpassed. It's three hundred thousand downloads and listeners which is really cool. <hes> working towards half a mil <hes> really want to keep this growth trending upwards and part of that is definitely consistency of the show the content. We're putting out the that this week moving forward that will be a consistent model. We apologize for any inconvenience. We just had to finish the studio studio just so we're ready for fall. Hope hope everyone's ever to catch our offshoot. Show that we've launched twice now that will be coming back the end of this week beyond the show <hes> with all your questions questions answered. We have a ton of great questions. We'll get to and i've you haven't yet is extremely low cost and we'll give you access to exclusive content minimally this show a day early but then we've already put a number of awesome videos up there and then once the studios done probably wednesday. We're gonna start working on the video content so that you can have video.

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"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

15:44 min | 2 years ago

"society" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"You could really see the tensions of freedom of religion planet it <hes> and when i say this. I don't just mean that. I won't say taken representation. You know one person from each of the cycle six religions. You know christians sangha price things not a delay theus. Nah muslims are and so on <hes> if he won't avoid seeing being <hes> <hes> seeing freedom of religion purely legal issue. You've got to achieve <hes> people by the reality <hes> ah in laws <hes> so you need those thighs messy case studies of of water is to them personally and on the <hes> the just just <hes> the sheer range of examples so i'd want to reset really heavily in in lift religion adam but i think you clearly would also need to to do that taxpayer <unk> of the legalities of it of questions <music> ov- over rights that must be on questions just religion or belief that wider wider wide issues of citizenship of high social society should work out framing as well. I guess it was easy. We just give give students a post it note with the text of nine written on would it wouldn't be about stones <hes>. I'd like people to to really understand that. I'm not sure <hes> <unk> <hes>. Do i think is one of the i'm sorry to get off topic but one of the slightly distressing things many distressing addressing things abides debates following the referendum is poorly people understand <hes> aw something like the european convention human rights and wet outfits with <hes> <hes> with all on. I'm quite got by that particular when it's when speaking to seem to have some of these mistakes <hes> apologize i stray from from the hugh hand you've not seen are exploring growing sectors and resources yet so dot guinea points for not just saying n._s._s. Your resources have got absolutely perfectly right. The religious education is the best subject to explore these issues or does it need to be linked with a wider wider so a few a wide humanities <hes> citizenship politics <hes> curriculum. I think <hes> arrays all bisley one of the subjects where these issues come off <hes> and already concerned contribute a huge <hes> and other subjects just don't have the same amount of time to guy three nights sarah expiration of different religious non-religious wealth fees and the way that they interact with the lawrence civil society so you always go to really crucial play <hes> boss. I want to claim the oriented the only place where you can or should <hes> discuss freedom of religion now which is not want to speak the rest curriculum but it's not gonna stop me consistently see a place for other subjects say history is one radio obvious place <hes> plenty of opportunities to explore religious conflicts. I'm religious freedom in history. English offers great opportunities you you <hes> literature can be a fabulous way exploring freedom of religion depending on what upset text you're using. I would imagine the aspects of human geography <hes> might be really useful hair and sociology as well <hes> so yeah there were there were places where this can also be discussed <hes> but i don't think there should be much of a surprise tolerance respect individual liberty all we'll call all fundamental valleys <hes> <hes> and that's going to be seen as a whole school so <hes> i would be reading if we thought the engaging with freedom of religion was exclusively the job of already <hes> <hes> i think i think it'd be real problem industrial. If that was the attitude that they took what was he none of this. This is to downplay the wonderful contribution already can make <hes> bought. It's always an element within wider education. It's it some negative relates. The rest of the curriculum it doesn't take over the whole curriculum really spoken about the importance of understanding understanding different people's religious perspectives when it comes to the clash of rights and although i wanna push back on push back on that a little bit whilst whilst acknowledging the importance of the point there is among somebody just people who view religious freedom as being about their but teach teach impose religion of when they disagreed with its because people don't understand their religion and this is sort of a distorted view of religious literature. I say so if you understood my religion better. You'd understand why i need this exemption. If he had more religious literacy you'd understand assigned why i wanted to discriminate in this case <hes> yes <hes> i wouldn't want to be clear <hes> <hes> i'm not suggesting that <hes> <hes> you should learn more about other religions because with that increased understanding and <hes> it <hes> explains why dr orgin should be given a free pulse on whatever the issue might be <hes> <hes> if we're talking about what rights responsibilities we have in all pluralist society <hes> <hes> they're all laws of land that we're all subject to and we've got a democratic process by which we can address those and i. I'm very happy with that without system. We have would only mean is that if you don't have the proper granting in <hes> <hes> where the other person's coming from it's really hard to empathize with them. It's really hard to understand why <hes> why does that. They have so much more likely to just wants won't dismiss them as just wrong <hes> oh no understanding understand the issue in having some reprehensible grandson'll vs paths if you really get to grips with one is that coming from the place that they all it makes it easy nia to engage with it means you can have a civil sensible compensation about stuff now. I'm not saying that that means that <hes> <hes> e- that necessarily say okay well <hes> does a a sort of religion carload that means that everything else can be bypassed with full rights and responsibilities as a constant negotiation going on in society in amounts that how it works. I guess you could have a very detailed understanding of the diverse religious views on l._g._b._t. A quality <hes> to use the example schoolwise comes up and you can have great great and well developed sense pamper fe for people with different experiences and still just say well yeah but this antidiscrimination law is the law and you you can understand someone's position and this and disagree with them but i think there is often religious literac- see just just as religious freedom is often used as a code word for something which i think is religious freedom of religious literacy is often use. The code word full full agreeing with all acquiescing to yeah. I i mean <hes> on very clear in in more of the <hes> the <hes> <hes> we'd go protected characteristics <hes> <hes> <hes> <hes> equalities legislation <hes> and that means the <hes> the rights of <hes> l._g._b._t. People protected that as they should be <hes> and <unk> <hes> the fact that there might able they're all people who <hes> <hes> might take a different view of that on the basis of that religion well. They're entitled to have view but it's not entitled to ignore what the law of the land is <hes> <hes> <hes> so i'm i'm not saying in any way understand about religions <hes> side that can somehow delores laura's that that's not what i'm saying. I'm saying understand. The religion said that you realize why things all content in the way that they all <hes> <hes> y dyer is <hes> <hes> amazon whatever the issue to the you'll considering his <hes>. I'm i'm not saying that <hes> in the liberal pluralist society we should <hes> necessarily give up any of these catholic one <hes> rights at that we have as a good way of putting up a one <hes> potentially contentious <hes> religious writer more religious freedom adjacent issue within the world of already is <hes> the right to withdraw from religious education. She'll so <hes> being a a right for parents to withdraw that children turned from religious education full always hundred and fifty s nye <hes> and it's <hes> it's a function of the history of the subjects checked which used to be religious instruction <hes> and <hes> said this royce of withdrawal parents withdrawal autry who is very much intended to safeguard the religious freedom of office children and i'm stay after school. Religious instruction was not in accordance with the religious identity that you had would be able to are you withdrawing from ed classes on the subject has changed over the years and i would hope <hes> the ole-ry is something that every child in the country would benefit from that roy said withdrawal will is still fast now. It's now tied up in in the european legislation on the key issue being the parents still have the right for children to be educated according to <hes> <hes> thera- at philosophical tenets so parents do have that ryan of which rural and it would be necessary to show that the subject is his objective critical employer listrik full people to be <hes> no longer having the rights of withdrawal from the subject object now. That's a really difficult thing to guarantee in legal terms <hes> obviously i want to try and make sure that the curriculum is objective critical tortoise. I mean who wouldn't want. That's already sensible education <hes> thing to be tried to see in legal legal terms vary halter guarantee <hes> we've still got some schools where <hes> individual teachers might be appointed because of that <hes> religious position the ticket the heads of departments schools <hes> so you could easily say while the delivery of the subject therefore might not be objective critical pluralistic <hes> <hes> we've schools where religious authorities have a role in setting the curriculum now those sororities will <hes> be striving to try and provide an education which they would argue is subject to christian pulisic <hes> but i i think it's quite likely that the colts <hes> would find it hall to <hes> to go along with that that line if that was <hes> some sort of test case should the right which talk be taken away <hes> now the really frustrating thing here is that there are increasing numbers of people he will using the right i to withdraw role for ways that the law was not intended originally so some people are using it full islam-phobic and anti semitic raisins and we see old template letters produced by some <unk> organizations encouraging parents to withdraw that children saying saying i don't want my child to the mosque widen it will much outlined by islam and parents have not right to withdraw talk and they don't actually have to justify why that doing it so this is this is really difficult. Those children who are being withdrawn for what looked like islamophobic islamophobic reasons are exactly the children who i think would benefit the most from <hes> but we've got this problem. <hes> that fa very sensible human rights reasons parents all are entitled <hes> to withdraw <hes> that children's should they chase now. There's a a lot of people in the world have already. I'd say the majority of people in the world of ori who want to get rid of fat reuter withdrawal and they say the subjects moved on. It's it's time mm to get rid of it and the recent commission on religious education <hes> made a recommendation here and and i think some people would rather disappointed to see the recommendation was not to get rid of the right of withdrawal and now the commission did this because i think it recognized the legal problems which is too difficult to get around. I'm i'm inclined to agree with the commissioner <unk> swim so i think what we need is a <hes> guidance for teachers on hacked to deal with <hes> <hes> parents making what looked like islamophobic requests and good guidance. Just come from <hes> <hes> n._h._c._d. National station teaches and not try. National association of teachers worry <hes> but i think the government needs to do more hair. I think needs to make shoulder heads understand exactly what they cannot come to a warped sense they have on the things like prevent <hes> <hes> see flag up issues of concern and and for the focus to be on dealing with <hes> prejudicial behavior as i'm a favorite behavior and his many behavior rather than getting tangled tangled up it will. I think we'll be fruitless legal argument whether parents should have that right of withdrawal yeah i it is one of the things that.

dr orgin lawrence civil society sarah amazon commissioner delores laura National association autry writer roy ryan colts