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"united mass" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

13:34 min | 6 months ago

"united mass" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

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That's mars of bibars coach. Katy got a paid in full car club so they will be checking in income into the car show was well appreciate you got to was it. Called bit beamers. That was fifty miles an hour. That's the yesterday. You calling the bitch soon. Your checkoff club. Wow okay mixes up. Next let's go breakfast club your mornings on never beat us say mountain dew as partnering with. Hec us in an effort to uplift the next generation of bad ass black innovators and entrepreneurs with the real change opportunity fund pitch competition empowering students to go out and do is mountain dew dot com slash real change to enter morning. Everybody is tj envy. Angela ye shall go breakfast club. You got a special guest in the balance. Yes sir. Steve stoute supper. So what's up man. Thank you very much. I feel i love i. I feel like home when i come here. Yeah you know like this whole thing is played out for first of all my careers. Play out in front of you guys. This is your business but more importantly just as important United masses in the idea What specifically michaud has played united master. got a fifty million dollars investment from apple. There so break down explain that. Where does the money go who eats after the artists get it. How does it happen. I thank you this collapse does come. You went home and well. The first thing it does is you know it. Validates my vision You know when. I was saying this three or four years ago. People gave me the benefit of the doubt because of my career whatever but maybe i was bugging right. Maybe i was the guy that was passed prime. That was bugging a little bit of that. You know you never know right. Never that but whatever and like we broke an ellie and can maybe maybe and what does it mean. What does the distribution company mean. He's talked about how the distribution of value those who bring the most value should take the most out of it if is really working at. Its finest it redistributes value chain and the person the author of the work she get a lion share of the revenue. And that's what a distribution company does it allows the artist to not sign their rights away in music specifically and They don't have to sign that rights away and still get the benefit the value of the bution at united masses we added more than just distribution brand partnerships partnerships for tiktok in the nba in espn which has been well documented so the fifty million dollars in investment and partnership from apple. That only validates division. But it also says to every independent artists around the world that you the playing field is not level. You don't have to sign to a major label to get the same opportunities as them. It's an option but it's not the only option and this is the. This is what i've been. You know sort of wanting to happen for many many years. So i'm extremely proud to be here and talk about it today and and to be able to offer that service to independent artists all around the world. I was gonna say the reason. They don't want to go independent because they always feel that. A bigger label given the promotion. Amy we'll pay for the radio to spin and on radio. Help traveling help tour so with this money. Are you saying now that money is for the same thing. They'll they'll get to save promotion. The same radio to same touring the same. All that help debt. A big label would a lot of things that bigger labels label supposedly correct. They do for the artists who make it and a lot of artists. That don't make don't have that the most important thing for an artist today. I think the most important thing for every creator is the way they use their social media tools Back in the day with few recording artists. You had to sign to a record deal signed to a record deal before you found an audience right. So oh i gotta deal. Oh now. I found an audience. You actually find your audience today before you find a record company anyway. So why are you signing away. The rights to that they already. You don't need the record. Company got close as is and say to hit. The fans already told you would say hey you already put the song out you. Already shed a snippet of a whatever it may be the value needs to be redistributed and it has been so yes the fifty million dollars to invest further in technology. I believe the the modern day music company the record company in your pocket which we are united masses. That's our northstar. That's what we are building. Is you need to have the tech edge so everybody's talking about nf teas and blockchain all of the different things that you that unlocked because of technology the first thing you have to do is own it the second thing you need somebody to help you mind it right. We have that in further investing in that and then there's talent executive talent as well as a artists talent. Which is you're talking about right. Which is you know helping artists promote themselves and be able to to to to really grow in their career in love so where waited the fifty million goto like how they distribute it. I mean it's thousands of art is out there saying no. The fifty million dollars goes to the company exhibitor use it and deploy it again against international growth hiring great technology engineers product people overhead and scientists. Yeah it's infrastructure infrastructure growth. I'm gonna see ya use it. Take the same butts fishing people to believe you says each state definitely but what. Well how how does it benefit to artists directly. I guess artists help the the infrastructure of anything that you are partnered with the better the infrastructure the better. It is for you as an artist. I mean that's that's a very important thing. I don't want to skip over that lightly. I think every artist is walking around today and they all got a manager and the manager was something that came out the modern day record business. Because you know you're going to do tours in when he started to commercialize music in the fifties. You need a manager an artist. You're gonna go to let stuff. I think today and artists could have a manager. I think that's it's still a value by the artist. Needs to chief technology officer. You don't have technology person in your camp. Oh you can take advantage of all of this stuff that was because you managed to read about it that enough like you need a plug in. You need to really figure out how you're going to get this thing done And you know as you guys For example have tremendously of gr growing your career and got another businesses. You realize the power of having infrastructure. You just can't say oh my man's going to do it. How would you get all these companies off if your man was doing you need infrastructure absolutely. That's what this is all about. Artists need the tech infrastructure in order to get all this stuff done. Because that's where everything is going is if you're the owner and you are the The the proven owner the authenticated owner. How do you get take advantage of all of the different higher margin values that technologies unlocking and you sit there and be like i don't care about that as long as much screaming but if you really want to get that brad actually start to understand. What's the what's next to united masters more growth global growth more opportunities for independent artists just dominate the space. I just think that we are in pole position to do what we need to do to make. Independent artists feel like they can be the same. As far as stardom is concerned and opportunities as an artist that's signed to a major label and as long as i'm reading it I'm gonna make sure that that remains the case. I'm always happy to come on his show and talk about it. Because i'm a kid from queens. Five colleges in two years didn't graduate and put it all together and now kasit sit here and say at fifty years old that i have a partnership with apple. One i don't want anybody could feel like there's something about that that they can't do just have irrational belief in yourself have irrational persistence and irrational understanding of perfection You need those three things. Just irrational belief that no one can tell you that you can't do something this irrational belief that you're going to persevere no matter what and once you bring that irrational attitude towards the thing that you love you will be successful. We'll take joy you guys. Thank you for having me. I steve. We appreciate you for joining us and Yes time to get out of here again. Forget my car show. July third in atlanta tickets are almost sold out. You know. we just can't open it up for the public like we usually do because of cova in a pandemic so there is a cap so definitely. Get your tickets if you wanna see what. Your favorite celebrity driver is paid in four era. There's a jeep section is So many different cars mansell cars exotic cars. So it's going to be very very dopson. Definitely get your tickets. I think it will probably sell by the end of this weekend. So get your tickets. If you haven't gotten them already be they're selling my press juices. You'll be there with the press juices shaw putting it out there. You're good you're good money over here. You got a positive note Well yes i do. I want to thank everybody That's downloaded we've got answers that's listening to. We've got answered on audible. Make sure you check that out this weekend. it's my first audible original project. I dropped on wednesday. You know what i mean. So you know if you if you He wants them to we weekend. Check it out on audible. We've got answers. And i want to say to man happy. Born data comedian pat. Today's comedian pads born day. 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"united mass" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

08:16 min | 7 months ago

"united mass" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"united mass" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"united mass" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"united mass" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"united mass" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news. Belarussian authorities say they have arrested in opposition leader on the country's border with Ukraine. But Maria Kalashnikov, US supporters say the government was trying to forcibly deport her and silence. Another critic of President Alexander Lukashenko. Kolesnikova was reportedly first picked up on the streets of Minsk on Monday by plainclothes police. She's been helping lead massive protests in Belarus since last month when President Lukashenko won a disputed reelection. He's been president of the country for more than a quarter century. For more on this arrest and what it means for Lukashenko's control. We're joined now by Hana Ahora. She's director of United Mass. Media and Association representing newspapers and new sites in Belarus. Welcome Hello. It's a pleasure to meet you today. Well, it's a pleasure to have you so there are two stories about what happened at the border. Do we know whether Kolesnikova was fleeing? As the government says she is or Was the government just trying to remove her from the country as faras. We know Maria didn't want to leave the country at all. So she was forced to go to the border, but then on the border, she just tore her passport in the small pieces, and she didn't refused to go to Ukraine. So as far as you know, Maria is still in Belarus, but nobody knows for sure. Where exactly Okay, Well, these protests have been going on for a month now. Lukashenko's government has rounded up thousands of demonstrators and recently it's tried targeting opposition leaders. How is that tactic working so far? Every step off the brutal detention or any kind of violence toward citizens is making our protests bigger and wider, say, still continuing to ask for the very simple things to have new friend for elections and to stop the brutality and violence on the means can belittle since treats and, of course to release the prisoners. So people are not going to stop it right now, despite on old effects for authorities actions Well, as we've said, Luca Shango has managed to hold on to power for quite some time for 26 years. He controls the media, the army, the economy, the secret police. Do people in Belarus genuinely believe that they can displace him with peaceful marches. It's a very heart and the good question. People still want to keep practiced peaceful. They don't see any other solution. Right now. They want to demonstrate that their wide majority so Unfortunately, we don't have any other tools to change situation from it from inside. Do you feel like you are living in a democracy? Unquestioned, cannot hear living not in democracy at all. It's like Like were occupied by military forces, and all the craziness is going on Every single Dave and people from different profession. Occupations are just detained. Arrested being at home. You don't feel any Anything safe here, So it's a lot of fear in society. But we understand that it's very difficult to stop. If you will stop you lose everything and all the victims will be for nothing. Kana. Ahora is director of United Mass media in Minsk, Belarus. Thank you very much for taking the time to speak with us today. Thank you. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. I am an avid trump supporter. I voted for Hillary Clinton would have rather voted Sanders. I don't believe in the Democrats or the Republicans. Seven ordinary people have been recording their lives throughout this extraordinary year. Another two weeks we have no business would be done. Trauma and pain that people have been feeling is coming out. You either understand that, or you're part of the problem here. Their stories on diaries of a divided nation, 2020 wherever you listen to left, right and centre KCR W Sponsors include quippy.

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Belarusian protest leader detained while trying to leave country

All Things Considered

03:37 min | 1 year ago

Belarusian protest leader detained while trying to leave country

"Authorities say they have arrested in opposition leader on the country's border with Ukraine. But Maria Kalashnikov, US supporters say the government was trying to forcibly deport her and silence. Another critic of President Alexander Lukashenko. Kolesnikova was reportedly first picked up on the streets of Minsk on Monday by plainclothes police. She's been helping lead massive protests in Belarus since last month when President Lukashenko won a disputed reelection. He's been president of the country for more than a quarter century. For more on this arrest and what it means for Lukashenko's control. We're joined now by Hana Ahora. She's director of United Mass. Media and Association representing newspapers and new sites in Belarus. Welcome Hello. It's a pleasure to meet you today. Well, it's a pleasure to have you so there are two stories about what happened at the border. Do we know whether Kolesnikova was fleeing? As the government says she is or Was the government just trying to remove her from the country as faras. We know Maria didn't want to leave the country at all. So she was forced to go to the border, but then on the border, she just tore her passport in the small pieces, and she didn't refused to go to Ukraine. So as far as you know, Maria is still in Belarus, but nobody knows for sure. Where exactly Okay, Well, these protests have been going on for a month now. Lukashenko's government has rounded up thousands of demonstrators and recently it's tried targeting opposition leaders. How is that tactic working so far? Every step off the brutal detention or any kind of violence toward citizens is making our protests bigger and wider, say, still continuing to ask for the very simple things to have new friend for elections and to stop the brutality and violence on the means can belittle since treats and, of course to release the prisoners. So people are not going to stop it right now, despite on old effects for authorities actions Well, as we've said, Luca Shango has managed to hold on to power for quite some time for 26 years. He controls the media, the army, the economy, the secret police. Do people in Belarus genuinely believe that they can displace him with peaceful marches. It's a very heart and the good question. People still want to keep practiced peaceful. They don't see any other solution. Right now. They want to demonstrate that their wide majority so Unfortunately, we don't have any other tools to change situation from it from inside. Do you feel like you are living in a democracy? Unquestioned, cannot hear living not in democracy at all. It's like Like were occupied by military forces, and all the craziness is going on Every single Dave and people from different profession. Occupations are just detained. Arrested being at home. You don't feel any Anything safe here, So it's a lot of fear in society. But we understand that it's very difficult to stop. If you will stop you lose everything and all the victims will be for nothing.

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"united mass" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"united mass" Discussed on KQED Radio

"NPR news. Belarussian authorities say they have arrested an opposition leader on the country's border with Ukraine. But Maria Kalashnikov as supporters say the government was trying to forcibly deport her and silence another critic of President Alexander Lukashenko. Kolesnikova was reportedly first picked up on the streets of Minsk on Monday by plainclothes police. She's been helping lead massive protests in Belarus since last month when President Lukashenko won a disputed reelection. He's been president of the country for more than a quarter century. For more on this arrest and what it means for Lukashenko's control. We're joined now by Hana Ahora. She's director of United Mass. Media and Association representing newspapers and news sites in Belarus. Welcome Hello. It's a pleasure to community Day and well, it's a pleasure to have you so there are two stories about what happened at the border. Do we know whether Kolesnikova was fleeing as the government says she is or was the government just trying to remove her from the country? As far as we know, Maria didn't want to leave the country at all. So she was forced to go to the border, but then on the border, she just tore her passport in the small pieces, and she didn't refuse to go to Ukraine. So as far as you know, Maria is still in Belarus, but nobody knows for sure. Where exactly Okay, Well, these protests have been going on for a month now. Lukashenko's government has rounded up thousands of demonstrators and recently it's tried targeting opposition leaders. How is that tactic working so far? Every step off the brutal detention or any kind of violence toward citizens is making our protests bigger and wider, say, still continuing the asked for the very simple things to have new friend for elections and to stop the brutality and violence on the means can belittle since treats and, of course to release the prisoners. So people are not going to stop it right now, despite on old Effexor for authorities actions well, as we've said Luca Shango has managed to hold on to power for quite some time for 26 years. He controls the media, the army, the economy, the secret police. Do people in Belarus genuinely believe that they can displace him with peaceful marches. It's a very heart and the good question. People still want to keep practiced peaceful. They don't see any other solution. Right now. They want to demonstrate that their wide majority so Unfortunately, we don't have any other tools to change situation from it from inside. Do you feel like you are living in a democracy? Unfortunately, not their living, not in democracy at all. It's like Like were occupied by military forces, and all the craziness is going on Every single Dave and people from different profession. Occupations are just detained. Arrested being at home. You don't feel any Anything safe here, So it's a lot of fear in society. But we understand that it's very difficult to stop. If you will stop you lose everything and all the victims will be for nothing. Kana. Ahora is director of United Mass media in Minsk, Belarus. Thank you very much for taking the time to speak with us today. Thank you. You're listening to all things considered from NPR News ahead on the program of a group of US senators wants to posthumously award the Medal of honor to a black serviceman who took part in the D Day landings in France during World War two details just ahead on all things considered. Michelle Heneghan is away today. I'm Michael ST at 4 48. Let's go to Julie Deposition, Check some traffic.

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"united mass" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"united mass" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Name Conway. Two tickets round trip. Yeah. Cleveland Hopkins. Go on July 13th through the 20th. I'm sorry. August 13th 20th Thiss panned at Bamut has me so crazy. Okay, that's without a mask. Now, here's with the mass. Four. Good for him. They can't tell whether you're doing that or not. You have to have a mask on when you or your tickets. If the mask when you're when you're when you're buying online, and you have to have a mask when you leave your home to go to the airport. And God only knows how they're going to check that through cameras on the highway or whatever, but it's getting crazy out there. Masks Ahoy! Everybody's got a right thing going with these masks and United Airlines announcing Wednesday that it will require all customers to wear masks one airport United's mass mandate, also applying while traveler's check in and its service counters United States saying that those who do not comply could face a band boy, you know I was at Seattle Airport. Over the vacation and was dropping a couple people off there. When they're flying back to Los Angeles. There was nobody At the checkout or the check in lines there. Nobody have a picture of it. I'll send belly of the picture will put up online. There's nobody there. And yet there were 15 agents waiting for people to come in. And take their luggage and given their boarding pass and show him where you know, say, is or whatever that's called. And and I thought to myself, so I asked. One of the ladies has excuse me, ma'am. How come there's 15 of you here and there's one customer. And she said, Well until October. All the airlines have to keep all their employees. So these guys come in for an eight hour shift, and they do nothing, she said. Occasionally. You come in. You sit there for eight hours at this desk. You never speak to anybody. Because nobody comes your window and you go home. You get paid. Come October. That's going to change and so a lot of people are going to be laid off. I think I think the Southwest the other day said something like 17,000 people. We're flight attendants are going to be out of work taken early retirement, or, you know for low because they don't want to be furloughed. So they're going taken early retirement or quit or move on or, you know, do something else, but that's a lot. Of very positive people. That'll be out there all right, because that's what they are. You know the Southwest. The flight attendant is always upbeat. They're always really help you out, and I don't care if it's authentic or not. I like it. I don't like some of the airline's Where that you know that they're better than us that smug look that they give you Southwest and I think they picked their employees. By not based on how good they are with, you know, serving drinks or hanging up a. You know a coat. I think Southwest picks their employees by how well they can connect with other people. And they do a sensational job. And somebody should take that recipe and incorporated into a lot of other corporations in America because there's a lot of sour pusses out there. If you don't know me, and you run into him, every single they always run into these people. During the vacation. I walked into a store in Oregon and it's It's a dollar general Storm. And I walk. I got my mask on. I walk him and I'm not bragging. I earned enough money where I can occasionally treat my family to a dollar general store. I feel like I really made it. So I walk into the store and the lady behind the counter. She's probably 55 maybe 60. Red hair all in a bun glasses on a very well dressed right with her apron on that, says Dollar, General And and she goes. Welcome. I go. Thanks. How are you? And she looks at me from behind the counter at the dollar general and she looks at me and she goes. Living the dream. I started loving. I mean, she was laughing as well as he goes. OK, good. Good. I'm glad you got it, she said. Some people come in, and they really think that I'm living the dream. She's behind the counter at 60 honor, feet working a dollar general living the dream. When I was a kid, I could. I couldn't imagine anything more important and anything coming together Quite a cz. Well as this life has six years old working on your feet a dollar General man, it's all come together. I'll come together. Very good. Petros is coming up from Petros and money will talk sports. Plus he want a huge award here. That should've gone to me. But they gave it to him This time. A local award here in radio, we're live on five more now, Gina Grant..

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"united mass" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"united mass" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"Awards a match official we do have some content based on context based on a letter of the law mark. That descent is a standard caution. Yellowcard and abusive language is a sending off with the language difference, therapy, quote, using offensive, insulting or abusive language or gestures awards unofficial angle with the context. shall I run down the precedent that we have on the in analyst. Do, your thing, baby. So Brek Shea as I mentioned, previously was set off in two thousand seventeen when he was with Vancouver whitecaps in a game against Toronto FC. I will include link to this in the video. Also talking about I'm about to talk about. In the show notes, he commits a foul off slightly off the ball against such runoff player is given a yellow card. He doesn't think much of it. He starts muttering something the official He kind of turns away from the Camera Angle, so we can see like the jaw line that his his mouth is moving. We can't see his lips. Try to lip read what happens on the east, clearly talking stilts Ishmail. L.. Fat is turned away from him in Writing Zimba. Shays name a number on his yellow yellowcard turns, and immediately looks at him with a facial expression of what did you say that actually happen? And then immediately goes to the back pocket and get some Redcar. That is a straight. And then the other scenario that we have any sample precedent for this is a game twenty eighteenth Philadelphia Union Atlanta United mass confrontation after a PK called on a foul on dose, Martinez in the box that he ends up converting and just huge. This was like the poster boy example of mass confrontation with like five or six Philadelphia Union players coming up in crowding the referee. There is physical contact with the referee. They're not giving him any space to walk away or anything. They're clearly very angry. Presumably, there's probably. Probably, profanity being said they did it when the PK was called, and then after the goal was scored, and then it was a second yellow card to Alejandro Bedoya and then Harris Union second yellow, then given a red card, so both of those were sent the red card. Straight car to prochet is more on the lines with what Jack Price did I have yet to see mark with Crow Amas or any other league around the world, our world, a distinction of what constitutes sense versus foul and abusive language. And then the other thing that I kinda save this seeing on a couple of different outlets mostly in the European leads, though is that with games taking place without fans? There's a lot more ambient noise and verbiage that you're going that a referee or anybody on the field or anybody watching on TV is going to hear. That previously would be covered up by crowd noise, crowd, Mike's Chanting et, Cetera and so I, think referees were kind of kind of giving the general discussion like you're going to hear. A lot of stuff is weren't hearing. These are heated and. And strange unusual times players are obviously trying to fight and create intensity where the crowd is able to provide that and furthermore MLS level. Where Salat sure that the regular season is going to happen, this might be it so teams are coming in thinking. We've got a three game regular season, and then potentially single game playoffs afterwards at the most. If we make the final, we're going to get like seven games. We need to make the most out of it, so these games are even more heightened than you would out of the eight nine games left after the. The the pandemic shut down for the Bundesliga, or the primarily or even in the lower divisions around the world. Weather's potentially on relegation promotion. Play offs in additional so this is a heightened environment in terms of the number of games in the urge of it. It's heightened because players are going to have to get themselves up for gain and potentially be a little bit more herbal. There's going to be more intense moments in their. The referee is going to hear those more intense moments unless it's immediately directed at. You must really again like it's a heated game. Game it hasn't gone well. You've made a couple of calls whether you. Even if you think are fair that have gone against the rapid, you have an opportunity to use it when you already had when you already had no narrative from the trains already exploding in the rot, horry from using a poor job of managing him. You just let it go to help defuse things, and so it's you know whatever Jack. Price said. We're never going to know. I don't know that I'm prepared to judge the decision of giving that red car without clarification from pro or About the line between two cents and foul and abusive language, so I need any clarification as defined to send. Give me some examples. Abusive gestures and language defined that give me some examples, and then let me know what exactly. Jack Price set the official, or what else was said between the to make a judgment, but again to your point mark that is a can I do that versus given the scenario given the way things have gone. Should I have done it and so i? I'd agree with Robin Frazier that. I think it was a little bit. Excessive and I guess the last play that we have to talk about. Mark is the Alito Yellowcard Maybe this is just the way that I've seen it, but we'll see that play happen before does got his back turned a trustee. He's trying to make a play on the ball. He probably doesn't see him in the corner of his eye until he's already made the commitment to actually kick it I thought he was trying to make the play. I don't think there was any intent there I'm fine with the yellow. Yellow, card, but you know again given the way. David Kantar was doing it of. Could you do it, should you? What's a reasonable decision? If we're going based on how far off the me? He is in terms of his decisions. I could see where rapids fans were complaining. That wasn't a red card, but in a vacuum and based on precedent. I thought that was a normal decision. Mark your thoughts on the manifesto. Pro Manifesto on the last five minutes. You Know I. I see it. That way I think the one the I think you're right about Pulido I will I was only kind of overall making the case that. It's hard to look like an objective official when a very violent and dangerous kick gets a yellow and..

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"united mass" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"united mass" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"united mass" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"united mass" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"June tenth nineteen eighty. The African National Congress published a message that are tight leader Nelson Mandela wrote in response to so wait. Oh, uprising in nineteen, seventy six. At the time Mandela was imprisoned. In nineteen, forty, eight, the National Party came to power in South Africa and began implementing the policy of apartheid at the time, racial segregation existed in the country, and the white minority held political power. Though. Segregation had long been in practice. Apartheid extended policy. Dictated where people could live and work based on race. The Population Registration Act required people to be classified and registered as black, white, coloured or other. Pass laws reinforced the ideology of white supremacy by controlling the movement of black South Africans. Plenty of other apartheid laws were passed that enforce the country system of racial segregation and disadvantaged the majority black population. Nelson Mandela was a key figure in the anti-apartheid movement in the early Nineteen Forties Mandela joint the African National Congress or a C. A political party that became dedicated to ending apartheid once the National Party came to power. In the decades after apartheid became official government policy resistance to the system sprang up South Africa. The ANC was heavily involved in the fight against apartheid and Mandela emerged as a leader in the ANC. In June of Nineteen seventy-six black students in Soweto township led protests in response to the government, mandating the use of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction in schools. Afrikaans was a language of the white minority. As thousands of students marched in the demonstrations. The police responded by shooting at the children. Many children were killed and the Soweto uprising spread across the country. At the time of the so wait, oh, uprising Nelson Mandela was in prison, serving a life term after being convicted of sabotage in the Rivonia Trial in one, thousand, nine, sixty four. During his time in prison, Mandela continued to write and support the anti-apartheid movement and people help Tim Smuggle his writing out of Robben Island prison. One of the messages he wrote from Robben. Island was in response to the Soweto uprising. On June. Tenth Nineteen, eighty, the ANC published this message, stating that it took more than two years to reach them. It included an introduction by Oliver Tombo who was president of the African National Congress. The introduction acknowledged the importance of Mandela's quote. Call to unity and mass action, especially since nineteen eighty marked the twenty fifth anniversary of the Freedom Charter, a document ratified in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, that demanded equal rights for all South Africans. In the introduction, the ANC urged readers to quote make one thousand, nine hundred a year of united mass struggle. In the message Mandela laid out how quote white domination is held in check by force of arms, and how apartheid was opposed by many people, he also called for black unity instead that quote. Victory is certain. Near the end of the message, he wrote the following. Unite mobilize fight on between the and Ville of United, mass action and the hammer of the armed struggle. We shall crush apartheid in white minority racist rule. Mandela was released from prison a decade later in one, thousand, nine hundred. Negotiations to end apartheid soon began and Mandela became president of South Africa in one, thousand, nine, hundred four. I'm Eve Steph coat, and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. and. If you have any comments or suggestions, you can hit us up on social media. Where at T. V. I, H C podcast, you can also send us an email where at this day at iheartmedia dot com. Thanks again for.

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"united mass" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"united mass" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"The Day was June tenth nineteen eighty. The African National Congress published a message that are tight leader Nelson Mandela wrote in response to so wait. Oh, uprising in nineteen, seventy six. At the time Mandela was imprisoned. In nineteen, forty, eight, the National Party came to power in South Africa and began implementing the policy of apartheid at the time, racial segregation existed in the country, and the white minority held political power. Though. Segregation had long been in practice. Apartheid extended policy. Dictated where people could live and work based on race. The Population Registration Act required people to be classified and registered as black, white, coloured or other. Pass laws reinforced the ideology of white supremacy by controlling the movement of black South Africans. Plenty of other apartheid laws were passed that enforce the country system of racial segregation and disadvantaged the majority black population. Nelson Mandela was a key figure in the anti-apartheid movement in the early Nineteen Forties Mandela joint the African National Congress or a C. A political party that became dedicated to ending apartheid once the National Party came to power. In the decades after apartheid became official government policy resistance to the system sprang up South Africa. The ANC was heavily involved in the fight against apartheid and Mandela emerged as a leader in the ANC. In June of Nineteen seventy-six black students in Soweto township led protests in response to the government, mandating the use of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction in schools. Afrikaans was a language of the white minority. As thousands of students marched in the demonstrations. The police responded by shooting at the children. Many children were killed and the Soweto uprising spread across the country. At the time of the so wait, oh, uprising Nelson Mandela was in prison, serving a life term after being convicted of sabotage in the Rivonia Trial in one, thousand, nine, sixty four. During his time in prison, Mandela continued to write and support the anti-apartheid movement and people help Tim Smuggle his writing out of Robben Island prison. One of the messages he wrote from Robben. Island was in response to the Soweto uprising. On June. Tenth Nineteen, eighty, the ANC published this message, stating that it took more than two years to reach them. It included an introduction by Oliver Tombo who was president of the African National Congress. The introduction acknowledged the importance of Mandela's quote. Call to unity and mass action, especially since nineteen eighty marked the twenty fifth anniversary of the Freedom Charter, a document ratified in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, that demanded equal rights for all South Africans. In the introduction, the ANC urged readers to quote make one thousand, nine hundred a year of united mass struggle. In the message Mandela laid out how quote white domination is held in check by force of arms, and how apartheid was opposed by many people, he also called for black unity instead that quote. Victory is certain. Near the end of the message, he wrote the following. Unite mobilize fight on between the and Ville of United, mass action and the hammer of the armed struggle. We shall crush apartheid in white minority racist rule. Mandela was released from prison a decade later in one, thousand, nine hundred. Negotiations to end apartheid soon began and Mandela became president of South Africa in one, thousand, nine, hundred four.

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African National Congress published Mandela's message - June 10, 1980

This Day in History Class

03:47 min | 1 year ago

African National Congress published Mandela's message - June 10, 1980

"The Day was June tenth nineteen eighty. The African National Congress published a message that are tight leader Nelson Mandela wrote in response to so wait. Oh, uprising in nineteen, seventy six. At the time Mandela was imprisoned. In nineteen, forty, eight, the National Party came to power in South Africa and began implementing the policy of apartheid at the time, racial segregation existed in the country, and the white minority held political power. Though. Segregation had long been in practice. Apartheid extended policy. Dictated where people could live and work based on race. The Population Registration Act required people to be classified and registered as black, white, coloured or other. Pass laws reinforced the ideology of white supremacy by controlling the movement of black South Africans. Plenty of other apartheid laws were passed that enforce the country system of racial segregation and disadvantaged the majority black population. Nelson Mandela was a key figure in the anti-apartheid movement in the early Nineteen Forties Mandela joint the African National Congress or a C. A political party that became dedicated to ending apartheid once the National Party came to power. In the decades after apartheid became official government policy resistance to the system sprang up South Africa. The ANC was heavily involved in the fight against apartheid and Mandela emerged as a leader in the ANC. In June of Nineteen seventy-six black students in Soweto township led protests in response to the government, mandating the use of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction in schools. Afrikaans was a language of the white minority. As thousands of students marched in the demonstrations. The police responded by shooting at the children. Many children were killed and the Soweto uprising spread across the country. At the time of the so wait, oh, uprising Nelson Mandela was in prison, serving a life term after being convicted of sabotage in the Rivonia Trial in one, thousand, nine, sixty four. During his time in prison, Mandela continued to write and support the anti-apartheid movement and people help Tim Smuggle his writing out of Robben Island prison. One of the messages he wrote from Robben. Island was in response to the Soweto uprising. On June. Tenth Nineteen, eighty, the ANC published this message, stating that it took more than two years to reach them. It included an introduction by Oliver Tombo who was president of the African National Congress. The introduction acknowledged the importance of Mandela's quote. Call to unity and mass action, especially since nineteen eighty marked the twenty fifth anniversary of the Freedom Charter, a document ratified in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, that demanded equal rights for all South Africans. In the introduction, the ANC urged readers to quote make one thousand, nine hundred a year of united mass struggle. In the message Mandela laid out how quote white domination is held in check by force of arms, and how apartheid was opposed by many people, he also called for black unity instead that quote. Victory is certain. Near the end of the message, he wrote the following. Unite mobilize fight on between the and Ville of United, mass action and the hammer of the armed struggle. We shall crush apartheid in white minority racist rule. Mandela was released from prison a decade later in one, thousand, nine hundred. Negotiations to end apartheid soon began and Mandela became president of South Africa in one, thousand, nine, hundred four.

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"united mass" Discussed on Airplane Mode

Airplane Mode

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"united mass" Discussed on Airplane Mode

"Always family feuds but no one wins when the family feuds you know what Spike Lee. He said clearly when they asked him when I take would he go to Brooklyn? Why don't you go to Brooklyn? And he said why would I ever do that? And I'm sure that's on New York. Knick FANS FIELD. I mean they're loyal fans and spike. Is You know the loyalists man. He's disappointed and I've been disappointed with family before we make up and we move on because there's nothing but love and I think that's what this is. Yeah I think that's a I think that's a fair response and you know I think yeah. I don't I obviously can't speak to. Why Spike paired it with Charles Oakley incident. I think as an outsider just as Knicks Fan. I think it can be disheartening. When you have like a string of those incidents but I think going back to what you said earlier winning can sort of cure ills so hope you can get some wins. Well I'M GONNA try my best. I mean that's I'm a part of a team so hopefully as an organization as a team of great leaders and experienced leaders that we pull it together and going to run. You know the other thing that that was important you know when you speak about confidence is I want to talk about united masses and this whole idea of the independent artists today getting a chance to be able to compete at the highest levels in music business without going to a record company. Won't you explain real quick? What United Masters is just so the listeners know United Masses Music Distribution Platform a digital music distribution platform that allows artists to go of. You have a song if you have any P. Sir. A composition We can get it. You know from your phone to Apple spotify Tick Tock you to any music store title Amazon in a day and it takes thirty seven seconds actually upload that content Tau Systems and you get to keep the you own the rights. We take ten percent you get your ninety percent and you own the rights in perpetuity. There's a lot of young artists who now see us as a viable option rather than going to a record company and giving away those rights for money early career and usually find out speak to artist later in their career and they say signing that record deal was the worst thing they've ever done and we want to be to eradicate that by building united masses as simply a mobile first record company in your pocket. The industry now has the confidence to know that they don't need a record company to be successful. That was something that artists were not confident about independence. Always look like seven guys in advance sleeping on couches. It never looked like the financial success of owning something. I've been blessed to be able to live my dream for the last twenty years of you know building companies and having these these insightful visions and and being able to pursue them and building great teams to help you do that and I'm excited to continue doing it. I wanted to ask you about that because it seems to me like you've woven together a pretty incredible network both on the macro scale in terms of businesses. You have also just the micro scale people you know. I'm curious how much of that was intentional. Or how you think about cult video network like how much of that was. Just actively seeking out people WANNA work with and how much of it was sort of being in the right place at the right time and and being opportunistic. It's been it's been so many years it's doing what you say is the first thing you gotta do over a long period of time is the second what you gotTa do it for. You know like I didn't know that I was going to build this network. I didn't know each person I've met will. Part of initiative and those relationships held together because of mutual success shared values. You know wanting to repeat the of something we've had before or respect but when you keep your word for a long period of time everyone's going to have a network like that. This is how it works. I was GonNa ask you what the more high achieving successful people you've worked with. What is a common trait among them but it sounds like oh can keep its work. I did tell you that beyond say and Lebron James and Jimmy. I've seen you know I've watched those guys. You know the lay Koby Bryant. Their work ethic is outrageous. It's the work ethic and making you not see it. It's like they work really really hard but then when they show up. You don't feel like you towel. How hard they work in performance but they don't bore you off bear on you like they're working hard like they do like they never breathing heavy. I don't know how to explain it. And they make it good but they weren't. There are some people that worked really hard and they look or feel disheveled because of all the hard work put in they never look. They look clean. Do you have a story or an example? You can think of that. It was straits. How one of these people we have worked with goes above and beyond in terms of work ethic. I smoke about it on the Kobe. Bryant of YOU WOULD. He did on the Breakfast Club. Like preparing the guards. Plays you know watching hours and hours of film and Lebron from day one as a player in this league investing in you know outside of the team a team of people outside of his basketball team a team trainers and a ritual of icing his body massage and therapy that would just preserve him in the long term and he was doing his early. So you seem seventeen years later playing at this level you realize this was something it was written. He's doing this since he was eighteen. Nineteen years old preparing his body for later in his career. Now as I was put in or you just see beyond a you know being the world's best performer. I don't know for twenty years going the best of the world's best performer. Everybody knows that. Us anybody that question. Everybody knows who the best perform in the world is is beyond saying. She's been doing it since she was a kid. She's been practicing on every angle. I tell you beyond a story we. She performed at Glastonbury which is festival in the UK. And you know artis they will. They will always sort of adverse to a hip hop headlining it certainly R&B because it was started as a rock alternative leaning festival that was huge. The biggest festival in the world and beyond say got the privilege to headline it. When I got the privilege to watch headline at eight. She crushed it but literally when we love and we always celebrating her unbelievable performance. She was on a laptop editing. The pictures and the video that was going to be published from that performance and I couldn't believe that at one in the morning after the excruciating preparation to make that performance great and and just the hours of being stage in actually doing it. Then immediately you get off the stage and you're into work mode editing. I I looked at her like. Oh you're just different. Excuse me I got to step up. I have no idea what level this is. This is this is not level ten. This is another shot of excellence that I need to understand. You brought up. Kobe and I know you've spoken about him. A bunch and really beautifully at that. You know you share on the shop. Not Too long ago. It was a really interesting insight in Kobe. Curious you know for the specific theme of this season what. You learned about confidence from Kobe. Because I know he's a relentless worker but he also seemed to have a CERTA tireless confidence. Now that it never had to cut never ever had a confidence problem that he was confident that despite whether it be missing a shot or any opposing arena or remember it early on people was hating on him and siding with Jack At least we public opinion was moving at a certain time. His confidence and his belief in himself was bigger than any naysayer including the humid naysayers could ever top and that was something that I learned from him. He never he didn't act like he didn't listen to them. He didn't listen. He listened to them. He heard it but he never paid attention to it. Because a sense of belief in self was bigger than anything that anybody can say about him then it all converted back to him right like everybody who was a naysayer became a fan. Because you'd be surprised at the six degrees of separation between love and hate. Those aren't emotions that are really far apart. Those emotions are.

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"united mass" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"united mass" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Guy we are the breakfast club was still sitting here with Steve stout he sent you talk about working with the NBA United masters what is that deal with this that you're providing the music yeah that's that's awesome not only do we so we will always work with the NBA on music but now we did this relationship between apple any NBA remain United masses where we basically creating the greatest playlists for independent artists so apple in the NBA or promoting these artists that are coming to United masses to create the greatest and a playlist for independent artists I don't want to think right caviar but only for independent art and this is just another step forward in in you guys to see it for sure V. legacy record companies is slowly losing their hold on controlling tell yeah but the thing that I learned and you've learned this in your individual businesses is back in the day you have to go to a record company first to find an audience well you have to go to a radio station first to find an audience right in your business you actually can find an audience before you find radio absolutely correct you can find your things before you find the record company so now you have the control and that's all I've been saying for the last two years United masses like in the beginning it was fuzzy like what is this your distribution company what does that mean what it means is if you found your audience before you had a record company you have all the leverage you have to work for them right in fact they should license it from you that's what a partnership is all about a lot of what the man has was saying back in the days of part is delivery but he was really talking about that right like you already control I'll culture controls the opportunity we already can bill the audience so why do you need to then turn it over to somebody else to home when you can retain it making just licenses and that's what that's been my problem with the record business not that the record business is wrong but it what used to be the way well the only way is no longer the way at all yeah even the launching pad for few axis yeah little Tucker yes from the time the only job became obviously would ship and I've done this in broad daylight this this is broad daylight like oh my god Steve stopped putting his gorilla no I'm putting your intelligence on the line it dash really think a light like you guys or just you you almost a light wind would need the business rules your mentality to mind set the fact that you guys conflict on I don't see that yes they all I think hip hop has understood that really well right here often that's probably where the similarities end we waited differences come in style delivery of their which consistency persistence I don't know do you guys still have conversations now because I know you said you had a conversation and you have to be sent to jail on the bus or hi no I mean I seen him at the Conyers thing and I told him like you were a lot of things that you said you were right but you delivery was off and the evolution of us as men I would probably have never told that at thirty five but I probably didn't realize that it thirty five you know but at yeah forty nine years old I could easily telling that is is there's no problem I could but we have no problem with with anybody I'm on the other side of it now I'm I'm already speech that their goal how much longer the legacy companies have because I can see all these are to get not the deals like you know me know that I when I'm living things got like one I'm left the drink might have what went on like the all you know the drill but the way Drake Drake is about the catcher back really go from like it's the biggest back up I have a receipt for individual artists from a label us yeah from from of labels from anybody really he may catch the biggest bag a recording artist ever received it up front what's this I am I know you do discrete applets schools well he's the biggest well he's going modify fee if you decided to go to apple school if you decided to go to apple and Spotify and owners rates going forward they would pay him anything if if if if universal wants to keep them because the record companies they're in a spot where on the biggest axe the biggest artists the weekend posts alone send your comments of possible we know of Drake being the biggest they have the best deals in their favor so record companies the biggest artists of the other deals that they have the worst arrangement with right and those deals a bag but they also say we got Drake yeah right and they use that to find out all of the artists so they're paying a premium to keep those accent in in those acts not leaving because their own short term deals those extra leaving that's when you'll see the whole thing flip over and somebody's going to do it did you try to take a clue from Dame dash that story true yeah well the stuff you know because I study because because what happened was what's funny is Dame circle I'm a give you a deal at six months went by me had no deal I think actually the manager and I'm like this is not the man is revealed could you tell me what my deal no follow up whatever they must have been in the in the middle of hindsight they think it is made a contract so now I'm sitting at the top of Columbia Records and close like well I want to get my record I'm like well then I'll give you a deal that will actually lead to hygiene I got close who was sitting at the top of that Sony I'm sitting in my office at nine o'clock at night I get it the menacing phone call from JZ and I said great I'm but let me tell you my address yeah and they come out did you told a story before they came out of town so I came inclusive near a close absolutely nervous and I'm barefoot all the top that would entail game bigs J. this or it came came they came they they're all rock well I was in the name of and by itself it by myself limited benefit well you better because I saw a ground West Indian and it's carpeted okay because that's just that's useful say like man the card must implore that's what what are you bet sending out they came in and I'd made a joke of some weeds I I talk about look I don't care about no disrespect to clue but I'm playing this game for a much larger thing and we try to buy big I can sit around like you guys and give the deal in fact the deal got close that night and I ciclo you'll sign them and I thank you could break and that's what we did and I was like it would then Jane I got close up from that I think they they must be connections like he just said come is office he was really by himself in his office and I you know but the point is fill us in that way Gerry Phillips in that way and up and up I'm excited with this shop there right he is going to take all of us soon because a lot of times you start to think man this industry is fully with short with they're ready you know I use big ms pac man was main street room world of Warcraft extreme right up four nights mainstream ms pac man was big this is something else more west still I miss pacman love hip hop culture what we're all doing is still at miss pacman level but we appreciate you for joining us that was great I always like I like I I really enjoyed coming up there and having a conversation thank you so much that it can be really proud of you guys thank you so much cool is Steve Stoute is the breakfast club motor yeah.

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"united mass" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"united mass" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hi this is Johnny and Garion American from Beverly hills at Indy country well you are all from Jeff thank you your call from Jeff illustrated exactly what I've been feeling for the last few days of this latest dunk anger explain it yeah it's it's. on you furious John I'm curious to this Sebastian he got to the core of it the fact that the liberals are willing to destroy everything this country has stood for and it builds on the last three hundred years almost number one the presumption of innocence number to the rule of law number three attorney client privilege number for every respectable institution in government like all the intelligence agencies the state department destroyed their integrity. the honor of working in the White House to destroy intro way that integrity everything has been turned over and rule and in the name of their cause to resume power absolutely. it may be more how worried how worried are you John for what this means going forward because we we have another no one hundred plus days until the election. I I think what they're doing is they're blowing themselves up and I'll give an example this latest Ukraine thing I have an employee who is as a friend calls him he's a member of the liberal gray haired pony tail set yeah the sixties who is a dyed in the wool coolly drinker for the liberal causes never believe anything I try to talk to about it you can't change his mind this morning he came to me and said you know what what's amazing you've got to read this article John that's what article he said I forget the website he name but he said it's an article that told me about this corruption that Joe Biden in the sun and Ukraine I've never heard this before yeah this is stunning I I've I've experienced this myself with members of my family who on conservatives I mention something that's been out there for you he is some left and they say what are you talking about they have a little idea no idea I was shocked they have no idea because they've been spoon fed they're propaganda and just like in the communist nations they aren't allowed to hear anything else worth I've known about this for years so what do you say your colleague to your toilet to associate you know I played long and acted like you know I've heard this Bobby you should look into it this is an amazing yeah I know I'm like skin with too much because the more brain will shut off but he's like a puppy after three days his eyes a final been open all because what the Democrats do themselves I read a good article as well which is a theory that this was something the Democrats did to get by you know the race and they claim that maybe Hillary have the dirt on fighting the two thousand sixteen election forced into to drop out I mean that's a little far fetched but there's no there's there's more than circumstantial evidence that much of the thing much of the the attacks against bite and then others in and that in fact the birth of movement. against Obama was started by the Clinton campaign so you know the value issues to Java and now they've vicious in terms of destroying the Republic thank you for for calling great great cold let's go to another topic let's go to Jimmy in Brooklyn Jimmy welcome to America first. are your audience benefit I know you know this the communist movement aims to unite masses of people to the cause of communist revolution soul besides the poor against the rich the workers against the bosses the environmental movement guided by Marxists coordinated worldwide in every country is able to attack free markets and free countries like America as the problem and a threat to the world so the solution is total destruction of the existing system a bomb a call that fundamental change fundamental transformation but using the children at that we saw in the protest the other day the children were terrified angry demanding action they are victims of cultural and ideological pedal files that teachers are **** their brains and hearts these poor kids could be damage for ever but they're going to be damage they're going to be used to make help bring in the destruction and the Marxist revolution remember in Africa those little children with hatchets and machetes chopping up people after they've put it higher full of gasoline around them they were burning them to death and these were children you can see it on film in Latin America the communists would hide behind children as they're attacking so it's hard to shoot at the attackers because they have children being used as their shield this is how diabolical dangerous and evil the Marxist revolution is when you see those kids they look like the kids from the axis says no it's true it's true it's absolutely right Jimmy the the the word you used is diabolical but why should anybody be surprise whether it's Greta anybody else we heard it from the lips of lamb in Stalin even Hitler has said it multiple times give me your children and I will you'll future thank you for calling it's it is truly diabolical and it's all part and parcel of that what the left is doing they believe they. says Lynn ski ripped lodge the ends justify the means that they are convinced that we all the bad people that America is the problem it must be fundamentally changed at any any method is justifiable what it's like Adam Schiff today let truly making up lying in front of Congress parodying the conversation the president had with the premiere of Ukraine who have unbelievable audio from Adam Schiff. it is truly a mind numbing I'm Sebastian will could this is America first thank you for your great coals it is more important now than ever to keep on top of your health to be as healthy as possible I know it's tough I know it's tough but do what I do. balance of nature this is health in a little capsule you take six little capsules three for fruit three for vegetables and when you do that I do that before the show every day what you are taking is ten servings of thirty one different fruits and vegetables it is health in one little golf 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"united mass" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

12:43 min | 2 years ago

"united mass" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The other side trying to get a lesser sentence you know so they want to downplay what it was in reality yeah I think violence is complicated and there are many reasons why people attack you but ultimately it I was very severely injured still suffering from a two years later you know one of the things that one of my listeners was also sharing with me is this whole movement to limit and control the way we speak you know the censorship that's going on right now and pretty much you know there's two aspects to what I see in the terribly unfair coverage a notice of the president of Republicans but just in general you know they the media wants to play both sides of every issue when it's convenient but if they can find the narrative that fits then they'll run with that you know they won't even look to see if there's another side to the story and looking at what's been going on in terms of these whistle blowers who are literally giving documents to a project veritest James o'keefe and and others that tell you quite clearly that the they have algorithms that literally sensor conservative viewpoints they misrepresent the story of rand Paul's attack and then misrepresent the story of the whatever hands up don't shoot Michael brown's attack but in the opposite direction they have a tremendous amount of control over how we see things and they are just the they're out of control they really are and when I talk about you know violence and criminals and all the rest of it another great article by Daniel greenfield Adam on last week right have money again but you know you just can't keep abusing these smart writers he wrote a piece called control criminals and crazies not guns mass murder is not a gun control problem he says in two thousand and three Kim Diahann a middle aged taxi driver killed a hundred ninety two people and left a hundred and fifty others wounded by setting a south Korean subway train on fire using paint cans filled with gasoline in twenty sixteen Mohammed hello boys yeah blue hell a Muslim terrorists killed eighty six people and wounded four hundred and fifty eight others by ramming a truck into a crowd celebrating Bastille day in France in two thousand and one Muslim terrorists killed twenty nine hundred and seventy seven people and injured six thousand more by using box cutters to hijack airplanes and fly them into buildings guns are a tool there are a whole lot of other devastating ways to kill lots of people American mass killers often use guns because they're convenient and available there are plenty of alternatives like trucks box cutters pressure cooker bombs and paint cans full of gasoline and by the way then we just find out the today in New York they found some pressure cooker bombs or rice cooker bombs or whatever it was mass murder isn't caused by the tools you use the **** were not inspired to kill Jews by the invention of Zyklon B. the Japanese did not decide to kill hundreds of thousands of Chinese civilians because of the availability of airplanes the Soviet Communist did not commit their acts of mass murder because their arms stockpiles didn't need a waiting period to obtain machine guns for their mass shootings murder is not a technical problem it's a moral problem it happens because of internal decisions made in the mind not external tools the tools are used to implement the decisions of the mind a society with mass murder is experiencing a moral problem America's moral problem is more complex than that of **** Germany or its communist counterparts we don't have a government that is actively killing people instead we have a government that has made it easy for killers to operate by dismantling the criminal justice and Immigration systems making it very difficult to stop the three primary categories of killers gang members terrorists and the insane media corporations have been allowed to glamorize killers who seek fame through massacres gun controllers insist that the founding fathers never anticipated the problem of mass shooters that's probably true but they would have also never tolerated the conditions that brought them into being a permissive the criminal justice system a failure to institutionalize the mentally ill and a media that promotes these acts of violence under the guise of condemning them and clamoring for gun control the America of the bill of rights could have had modern weapons without consent constant mass shootings the founding fathers understood that murder was not a technical problem a matter of tools but a moral problem the bill of rights was meant for a moral society it cannot function in an immoral one government would be defective in its principal purpose were it not to restrain such criminal acts by inflicting due punishment on those who perpetuate them Thomas Jefferson wrote in a Virginia criminal justice bill submitted a few years after authoring the declaration of independence it is not the purpose of government to control weapons but the control criminals western countries have instead focused on controlling guns while failing to control criminals this is led to absurdities such as the knife control in the U. K. and public billboards to control car ramming's or public what it is all those things bollards flying has become an experience once relegated to traveling to communist dictatorships gun control measures encourage doctors to inform on their patients schools implement zero tolerance for pocket knives when criminals aren't locked up then everyone ends up in jail when we fail to look up criminal to lock up criminals society becomes a prison only don't institutionalize the insane then society becomes the insane asylum well we don't stop foreign gangs and terrorists from entering our country then we wake up to realize that we are living in El Salvador Mexico or Pakistan or Iraq a moral society locks up dangerous people while a progressive society locks up everyone gun control is a sensible measure in a society where criminals mad men in terrorist freely roam the streets this attempt to turn society into a prison won't work because of the problem of scale you can prevent guns from entering a prison of thousands of people but not a country of million we should be more like Europe the gun controllers say but then why are the French and Belgian soldiers deployed across major cities after Islamic terrorists carried out attacks with heavy firepower that killed over a hundred people you can get a military weapon in the capital of the European Union for a thousand dollars in under an hour gun control doesn't work there or here there are two ways to cope with mass shootings and killings we can work to turn our societies into giant prisons in the hopes of impeding that not a point zero or really zero point one percent of the population which is inclined to violence over drugs deranged fantasies or the Koran from shooting up malls ramming cars into crowds setting off pressure cooker bombs or flying planes into skyscrapers all we can get rid of that point one percent and actually have a free and safe society we've tried turning our country into a giant prison while failing to protect our borders crackdown on gangs or stop the cycle and the experiment has devastated virtually every major city cost tens of thousands of lives made flying miserable and brought our country to the brink of destruction maybe we ought to try some common sense instead either that or we can pass the latest raft of common sense gun control laws that have been worked before while letting every Islamic terrorists in Latin America gang member enter the country while letting every Chicago gang continue fighting it's feuds and while letting every deranged monster plot and attack while ignoring the warning signs until it's too late surely gun control will stop all of them every single one constitutional conservatives often echo guns don't kill people people do but they neglect the obvious car Larry don't lock up the guns lock up the killers there is a moral problem when society such as **** Germany or imperial Japan kill it's everyone's moral problem but would society such as ours enable killers by failing to restrain them that's also true a society engaging in mass murder has to remove its leaders but a society where mass killers operate has to restore its morality by removing those as Jefferson put it whose existence is become inconsistent with the safety of their fellow citizens their existence is physically inconsistent because it's morally inconsistent what unites mass killers the terrorists and the psychos the neo **** and the anti fuzz the gang members and the drug dealers is that their moral outlook is completely incompatible with ours some criminals don't have a moral outlook at all mentally ill killers maybe so out of control with reality that they are incapable of having a moral outlook and terrorists have their own moral outlook but but one which would turn our society into a killing field and prison overseen by Islamists not sees a communist the left insists that we ought to take away guns and other freedoms equally from everyone we all have to live in prison or none of us should live in a prison and we've tried it their way for three generations we've built walls everywhere except around our borders we share our communities with criminals and the insane every house has an alarm system there may be as many as a million law enforcement officers in the United States are we better off the first pre requisite to any morality is understanding that actions originate with individuals the left is hopelessly immoral because it believes that actions originate with an external social conditions it insists that murder is caused by the social conditions of capitalism the gun industry or poverty it justifies its own massacres as attempts to remedy the social conditions of capitalism by force and that's why I murder thrives under leftist governments whether it's Venezuela or Chicago if we want to stop mass killings we have to restore a moral society based on individual responsibility the alternative is living in one giant progressive prison with the killers the psychos and the terrorists either we control the criminals or we lose all control over our own lives the moral equation of murder wasn't altered by the technology the automatic weapon the most ancient societies in the world have known how to deal with it we just chose to for brilliant piece by Daniel greenfield stay tuned Derek out but coming up after the break this is still raise news traffic in severe weather news talking fifty W. 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"united mass" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"united mass" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"One. The world's most dangerous morning show morning. Everybody is DJ envy. Angela. Ye shall I mean, the guy we are the breakfast club? We got some special guests in the Berlin Steve Stoute in his new artist. Chapa I started hearing about chop. Chopper turn down a three million dollar record deal to sign with your United masters, and you know, doesn't really rogue artists that much. It's important to come and support this young man because he made it very important decision. I mean, he decided to be independent to own his rights and. Cobra independent company and a lot of young guys. Sixteen years old would have taken the money, obviously, all engines back. Nobody ends. It doesn't end. Well, I've never met a artists in my life. That have said one of the best decisions, I have made was signing. Chapa? How did you come to that decision? It'd be independent really. On. And I use those. As on a day shorter. Money of knows Amazon because at the end of the day delay bonus. But if you. Joe on making money. Have you west of people's stories have been like I want to end up like that. I love it. Because a lot of people, you know, they don't have that type of vision. We may now there's a lot of money. You know, what makes you think I'm going to be able to make more than this in the next couple of years, really just. I know cocky type thing. You know, your words. More to me. What does or does the white man's worst nightmare? Steve young. Well, look, I always believed that record company contracts were very similar to to share cropping. Right. Like, you don't really own and they make you believe you own. It is gonna make. Usery bank. Like Bank loans. There's laws against the amount of interest. You can charge on the Bank. Record company contracts. Just Bank loans with the most ridiculous interest rates. If you have a calculated that'd be against the law, but it's worse than that. Because they actually own it. And this is an example of. What's yet to come? These changes take place over generations. So you got a sixteen year old guy who says, you know, what is what I'm doing? And it changes a generation that goes, you know, what I don't need this anymore Instagram. Social media is new MTV and apple in Spotify is a new record store. What do I need you for? And you look at it got put out the music on his own song in a month. Got fifty that fifteen million views on YouTube. What does he need a record company owning for so? So everybody should know. You know, you're worth, you know, you're worth he knows his worth, I certainly know mine, and like, that's the way we move on going forward. That's that's the power that we all possess. How does that work? How does United master's work where distribution companies that signed us? We distribute the work that he owns own. We we distribute to work. He also we're just a distribution partner form, we li- his music to go from the studio onto Spotify on apple. So we distribute to all the streaming platforms. Title. Just like a. Would you? United meth for people who don't. If you were watching you just people who don't know what it is artists, and you want to get your music out all over the world. But you don't wanna scientific a company or a record company hasn't contacted you you can put your music on YouTube gno, easy, but you get your music on Amazon title, apple Spotify. You need a distribution company to do that. And we also not only distributed for you. But we collect on your behalf in pay you the money when you met. So it's basically a service that allows independent artists to get their music distributed in the collect the money and pay them. And then he pays you out of that money. Okay. That you provide in real time is transparent. So whatever the money that comes in is earned. He sees it. It's not like, you know, don't call. I'll call you. When the money comes in and checks in the mail nonsense record companies pay you they'll give you an advance. And you'll get like a statement once every six months. I mean, you get paid over long long periods of time. This is he sees it seven days fourteen days twenty days, you see exactly what your song generated, and you get paid that money. Now, what if he needs marketing promotions as United masters provide those services also right now. You would not be here in the United States. Got a partnership with the NBA, right? What is that? What's another thing that we did we decided like not only do we wanna do distribution? But we want to provide to your point services and one of the services mice strong set. My skill is in brands, but I've went for music, and I built an advertising companies, you guys don't know. I both an advertising company. I wanted to be able to bring that service to artists that was signed for United mass was working with us. So the NBA is our first partner with many more partnerships to announcements to follow where we allow your music actually, be using all of the NBA content as one point five billion followers with their social footprint, if twenty six billion views of their content all the music that's behind that all goes to the United masses. Dick, notice a ten percent. Okay. Depend on the deal. But if you're just distribution which services, you just go services Templeton, I wanna know for chopper like how hard would it not only to turn down dollars? But not the like sign a deal because that's everybody's dream is a young artist to sign a record deal. Like. Oh, really? If move you may be busy mosaic. Good move. The move was on. It wasn't a good move. If you work you work hard, you doing his United money go go three million three me right now. But you you work a whore. Working doing what you doing five million in one year. This. Dreaming. You had go recuperate. Anyway. The first thing he's when I sat down with him. He said he talked about how much money he paid for the video and how much money he paid for studio time and how much money he got back. Give me five exes investment profit soup. He said that immediately. This is like meeting one I'm like who talks like that. I mean, not paying attention to every little thing. My belief that independent artists is the wave of the future, these labels. Honestly, nothing more they serve the purpose at a time. But for you for centuries all they've done is taken away. I just was I was with Al Sharpton yesterday. How did Al Sharpton getting this? I'll tell you what else. James brown. Romance is great. Let me yesterday that as many times as James Brown has been sampled the whole thing this man, sat in the morgue the seventy days there was not five thousand dollars to pay for his funeral because he didn't own a music. Prince road slave on his face. We were looking at it. Like, it was crazy. He knew. They put slave in the recording contracts. The original copies, call the master into duplicates or call slaves. Lord have mercy. These things are just wild to me. And when you look at it, you know, it was like this was hopping around skipping and happy because they got a record deal, and they turn around and you can't pay for your funeral now. Whether you blew the money or did whatever you did. James Brown case if he owned his rights he would been he wouldn't have been in that situation. I don't like any of that we need to protect his rights. Not owners rights dive got more with Steve Stoute and chapel when we come back. Don't move is the breakfast club. Good morning. Daniel.

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"united mass" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"united mass" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"It's Friday on the beat. And you know, what that means? It's time to fall back. Real to tell you. I'm joined by CEO Steve sow two four record executive from several able t work with Will Smith with na with Mary J Blige. The also also the author of a very interesting book that tanning of America. How hip hop created a culture that rewrote the rules of the new economy, and I'm also joined by GOP congressman Ryan Costello, Pennsylvania. You may know him as a critic sometimes if Trump's presidency that yorker recently profiled him as that rare moderate left in Republican politics, but he's leaving congress. Thanks to both of you for being here. Steve who do you think needs to fall back? I think the record companies traditional record companies the fall back I think the days over where record companies take advantage of artists by own names, their likeness owning their their IP think that entire model needs to fall back. Well, and you've been working on that. I mean, a lot of folks watching will be familiar with chance the rapper whose involved in Chicago politics was father was involved. The Obama administration will also is huge independent artists and his dad's great man, but I think which did was he really was part of paving the way for artists to realize you don't need to go to a record company anymore. And I started a company United masses just for that to help independent artists own their rights and and be able to prosper without going to a record company. And we announced recently a partnership with the NBA and David Stern early on was very conservative about having rap music and be being a part of the NBA was all about and the new Commissioner. At Adam Silva has been very welcome into allowing culture within the organization, it's but you know, why that is congressman. People are scared of change and they're scared of rappers and they make assumptions that don't always turn out to be true at all. I think our generation knows younger than us. We grew up with hip, hop culture. Right. And so I mean, I love this just as everyone else loves it. And I I see the world your way in terms of people have talent the last thing, you want is a barrier to that talent and people grabbing money and not allow talent to prevail. Prince prince wrote slave on his face and at the changes name because record companies. Princeton J France. I get confused Jay to your point Jay Z famously said on the new album about prince, you think he wanted his master's owning his mask, and you should listen to Jay Z's new verse on Philly's own meek mill called what's free because he explains he goes much deeper into it like, you know, freedom is all about like being if you're an artist you should own your rights. How does not own purple rain? How does not it's not only ill Matic, which is making me say, we George Clinton Carole king on the show, and George was talking about she does. But he doesn't because things we're very shady. You're talking about. Jay's new verse on the on the meek mill Pennsylvania up your alley. I tossed it too. But that is so the congressman you don't wanna talk new rap you want I could. But I I love that point in that verse Jay z uses constitutional history, the three Fisk compromise to talk about owner. Ship. And then talk about the percentage stakes. He has his own. When I you look on your faces like I didn't had version, you know, the entire verse. Right. And it's fascinating. He's talking about. What you do you work with Jay, which is how do you own a piece of things how do you build power in these communities? How do you build finding? How do you own something you pass something onto your family? You can't make art and like find out that it's not yours. Congressman honestly in the back. You gotta hit him with a verse. Honestly, you you just got too much lyrics. You gotta hit a me. There's so much. There's so many places I could go, but I'm just going to do a little ice cube as we all move forward in life. You always got

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"united mass" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"united mass" Discussed on Talking Politics

"Number and they may overtake the conservative party in the next few years but only tells us how few members the conservative party hands these are still relatively small groups of highly motivated individuals that exist in a mass of generally individualized and deep lettuce is society because you could say one argument could be made about labor's has momentum which is the most energize part of the moment that there are other very energized parts to coming out to the trade union movement unite is a really important force in labor momentum is really important for some labor these are united mass membership organization but the party was a whole which is about five hundred and fifty thousand and we keep hearing quite low churn in the sense that people are leaving joining in number so it's quite dynamic produce also possibility that it's moving quite fast in a particular direction that's a lot of people for political party these days but like you say as a proportion of population is very small is a risk that actually widdly it's less representative even than the consulting party because the fact that can probably has no members liberates mp's to a certain extent to ignore them part for militia relation the party can't ignore its membership this membership is half a million plus people from some parts of the country on the whole with certain kinds of political views that on typical of the wider crosssection of british public opinion on some issues anyway and is there a risk that labor is actually the one that's most likely to be trapped with an unrepresentative party membership.

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