25 Burst results for "Vladimir Lenin"

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

03:49 min | 2 weeks ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"It's almost a great symbolic thing to represent all of the cultural Marxism happening in our country where there are so many ways to divide people in America today because they are coming up with all sorts of identity. Instead of just having a personality, people need to take each thing and come up with a new identity and word for it and create a new class of victimhood. And so it's playing into that cultural Marxism. Now, let's move on to the manufacturing or taking advantage of a natural crisis, because again, I used to talk about this stuff during 2019, like 2018 and 2019. And it was because AOC was coming to power, she was saying and everybody else on her side they were saying that the world was going to end in ten years because of climate change. So we must implement economic socialism with the Green New Deal and help a nationalize industries in America things that have destroyed other countries like Venezuela before. We must do these things all in the name of preventing the world from ending. They were telling kids and kids were doing it, they were skipping school every Friday to do those climate change protests. You see kids going to Capitol Hill and crying in front of. This is really bad to me. The sunrise movement was taking children to go protest and talk to politicians on Capitol Hill and cry in front of them and scream in front of them. Saying, don't you care about my future? Do you want me dead? They're using kids as little political ploys. All in the name of saving the world from ending, but what do we have to do? We have to implement economic socialist policies to do this, so you're scaring people into supporting an idea. And this is going back. Let's do another story. Because this provides some context in about 1891, there was a famine in Russia, right before the Russian Revolution before the communists come, and Vladimir Lenin was a well to do young man there, okay he's from a well to do families kind of like Bernie Sanders who has three houses, but apparently leads the rise of socialism in America in 2016.

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on a16z

a16z

04:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on a16z

"The founding general partner of the a 16 Z bio and health fund. And I'm Mark andreessen, cofounder of a 16 C. Mark, thank you so much for joining us. Yeah, it's going to be great to be here. Yeah. So you famously wrote about software eating the world. And that was basically what ten plus years ago. And actually, that very much seems to have come to a fruition. If you look at all these other industries that saw for really wasn't a part of software is actually become a dominant part. But actually this year has been kind of an amazing year for another type of software for AI. And I'm curious to sort of talk about the arc of what we think is going to happen in the future, based on what we're seeing in the past. And really how this new technology is going to change everything, much like we've seen software change the last ten years. I'm curious what you think for just like this year. It's been kind of amazing year. We always seem like not much happens in any given year by 2022, seems to have been amazing year for AI. Also, Vladimir Lenin once said, there are decades in which nothing happens. And then there are weeks in which decades happen. Yes. And listen, I hope that happens politically anymore. But it does happen in science and technology that does happen there moments where things kind of hit critical mass. And the sort of AI machine learning revolution seems to seems like that's what's happening right now. You know, it's been interesting to watch. It feels to me at least it was like there was like a breakthrough moment in 2012 that had to do with images. And then there was a lot of work subsequently that led to things like the creation of self-driving cars, you know, based on that. And then there were some, it feels like some natural language breakthrough, maybe three years ago.

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:51 min | Last month

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Yeah, so the atheism of communism has always been there and in fact Mark said the communism begins where atheism begins. And Mark said in his famous opiate of the masses essay, he used the word criticism in their 29 times. And he said, the criticism of religion is the beginning of all criticism. And which is actually in a way pretty profound because he and engels and others, others understood that that if you really want to take down all the moral absolutes and start anew with everything you had to take down religion. And in that opiate of the masses essay, he said, religion is the heart of a heartless world, the soul of soulless conditions, the sigh of the oppressed creature. It is the opiate of the masses. So he went after religion. He and engels, they published the communist manifesto 1848. They went after religion, all subsequent communists did. Vladimir Lenin, the Bolsheviks, that was really the founding communist state. By the way, Ronald Reagan understood all of us about communism is one of the things that really he found appalling about communism was that institutionalized atheism. Lenin said there is nothing more abominable than a religion. All worship of the divinity is a necrophilia. He said, when I was a teen, I took the cross off from my neck and I threw it in the rubbish bin. So that was what they thought of religion. And yet at the same time, and Ronald Reagan talked about this, they treated communism as a substitute for religion. They end up treating communist ideology like a kind of faith themselves. Reagan said, well, yeah, Marxism leninism, that religion of theirs. Raymond Aaron wrote the book the opium of the intellectuals. So they removed traditional judeo Christian principles in a religion and they supplanted it and replaced it instead with kind of the faith of communism or Marxism. And so many of those countries, too, that kind of one communist Eastern Europe. They really became atheist countries. And it's really sad to see because, I mean, I guess Western Europe has lost a lot of their religious fervor also, but just when you go there, it's so dead because there's just no religion there. It's sad to see because Europe used to be such a place of people who had faith and whether you're Catholic or Protestant, there was so much, especially in the beautiful churches. There was so much religious life. Well, hilar belloq once said the faith is Europe and Europe is the faith. And so Europe Rome is the home obviously of the Catholic Church, the Protestant reformation, took place in Western Europe, Martin Luther, Germany, John Calvin, John Haas, the 95 theses on the wittenberg door. Western Europe was the home of it.

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

02:18 min | 4 months ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on Real Dictators

"Easter Monday. A steam engine chunks through the icy expanse of Finland. On board, among the passengers in third class, one man in particular can not wait to reach his destination. It will mark the end of a perilous journey. He is a native Russian, but has lived abroad almost continually for the last 17 years. The train is destined for Petrograd or St. Petersburg as it was known when he last lived there. And after the best part of two decades in political exile. Vladimir Lenin is coming home to lead a revolution. As the train crosses the border, he jumps to his feet, pumping his fist in the air and shouting. We are on home territory now. We will show them we are the worthy masters of the future. As Petrograd niers, the revolutionaries decorate the carriages with red flags and bunting. When they pull into the station just after 11 o'clock, they're greeted by a clamoring crowd. The local Bolsheviks have arranged to a party of some 2000 people to welcome Lenin. Word has been put about that anyone who heads to the station will get free beers. Lenin emerges from his carriage clad in his shabby old coat. He's been up for 48 hours. He's gasping for a cup of tea. But this is not the moment to slip quietly into the night. As an armored car that the Bolsheviks requisitioned. Donning the peaked cap which will soon become his trademark, Lenin climbs on top of the vehicle. Looking out across the sea of well wishes. Prepare for the revolution to spread from Russia around the world, he urges them. Any day now, the whole of European capitalism will crash. Lenin finally gets away at midnight. Driven to the grand mansion that functions as Bolshevik headquarters. But the knights work is still not done. He inhales some tea and sandwiches and then addresses an audience of around 60 local party bigwigs. It's no great work of oratory. He's far

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"He's been in public office his entire life and now he's a millionaire. How does that happen? But he champions the talking points and the politics of the working class or at least he claims he does. Vladimir Lenin was kind of like that too, in the sense that he was from a very well to do family. He wasn't a working class person. He had a lot of assets, a lot of finances that were setting him apart from the working class. And he was from a very well to do family with lots of stuff. So when this famine hit, Vladimir Lenin could have helped out. Vladimir Lenin could have been a part of the change to help people from stopping people from starving, there was millions that died during this famine, and he is documented. I found this one day and I was shocked by it. He's documented talking about this time in his younger life and how he saw people dying around him they were dying in his community he had the money and the ways to help other people and he decided not to. And he said, I didn't help those people because I knew that my desire to bring communism to this country, these ideas, they would not be accepted by the Russians at that time. And so we needed the Russians to get into such a sense of fear into such a sense of insecurity and that they would be willing to embrace more radical ideas that they usually would never consider if they were in the right state of mind. Are you guys tracking what I mean by that of they wanted to scare people so much and get people into such a fragile state, desiring just surviving, getting by day to day, able to feed themselves, that they said, you know, if we get them to that state, they might be willing to embrace our radical communist plans. And what do you know, that actually ended up working out in a way.

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:30 min | 5 months ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Every day yeah. Yeah, yeah. Hi. Hey. It is the Stephanie Miller show. Sorry. I'm sleepy. Are we at during the break? Nothing. Okay, Glenn kirschner comes just a couple of minutes. I think I will run this by him Bradley moss tweets in 16 years I've never had a judge just blindly dismiss classification markings on the government document and say it's something that is up for debate. Thank you. Just in case this was ruling was as bad as you thought. And one has one Greg's Chapman says, just so we're clear, the migrants are not illegal immigrants. They came here legally to seek asylum. They followed the law. You know, it's not legal. Luring people onto an airplane under false pretenses and dropping them off in a different place than where you said you were taking them. That's right. We'll ask Glenda. I'm going to say, kidnapping? Human trafficking, smuggling. Thank you. Yeah, thank you. Peter in Chicago, hey Peter, welcome. Hello, brother. Help mommy. Okay, 'cause, you know, it's one of those days when that won't work. Hi, Peter. Hi. Hi. I am so looking forward to meeting you in the group. Oh Yang. VIP tickets are sold out, but there are other seats available. Okay. Good. I got one. Yay. So you'll be subject to me. You'll recognize me because I look so much like Walter white. People stop me on the street to do selfies with me. That was a man giggle. Baggy with some blue powder in it. Oh, good. Yeah. Okay. Yeah, security will. Not the kind of prank security likes, but okay. Oh, okay. We'll see you in Chicago. But I'm just going through serious queen fatigue right now. Yes. It's like, oh my God. And you know what it reminds me of. She's still in Pope John Paul died and it was like Pope a thon. Yes. Yes. And that was back when L Franken had his America show. Yeah. He turned that into just the best comedy. He brought back her Gucci. Wow. And remember the Pope was buried in. There were three coffins. The first one was wood. The second one was Latin that last one was gold or something. It's like a Houdini. You're not a free coffin trick. You get to the one you get from the second one, the third. Behind you. Like, how did the papa do that? Okay. And Frank and milk. Well, you know him. But my idea. Chris, I think this is a great idea. As queen should be kept in a case like Vladimir Lenin. All right. And ecology would have access to the case and charge people for to view it, Britain could pay off their national debt probably in about a month. All right, Peter, thank you so much. Thank you for all of that. I haven't heard enough Franken routine for 15 years. Quite some time. I'm sure it was written very well. Yes. Okay. Wow. Yeah, it is getting the royal coverage. She's still dead. She is still dead. Yes, okay. Is there anything else we need to cover? The weight was 11 hours long, so they cut off the line for that. I wonder how many coffins Havana is buried in with the classified documents? To study curiosity. You should make it out of class. Okay. The corgis can see

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on Real Dictators

"April 3rd, 1917. Easter Monday. A solitary steam engine chugs its way through the icy expanse of Finland. On board, the passengers in third class bump along on hard wooden slatted seats. Among them, sits ashore, powerfully built man with hunched shoulders and fierce eyes. Though dressed modestly. When you enter his presence, you have no doubt that this is a formidable individual. A man who embraces confrontation. He doesn't persuade his opponents. He destroys them. Perhaps the most devout communist, the world has ever seen. It's determined utterly we make human society. Whatever the cost. Of all the travelers on board, he can barely wait for the train to reach its destination. He's been away from Russia for a very long time. And now, after two decades in exile, this passenger one Vladimir Lenin is coming home to lead a revolution. Once he's done, the world will never be the same again. The Lenin story. Coming soon from noiser.

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Biden Gave a Speech Stalin Would Have Been Proud Of

Mark Levin

01:11 min | 5 months ago

Biden Gave a Speech Stalin Would Have Been Proud Of

"Joe Biden yesterday stood near where our great founders stood where our great framers stood the declaration in the constitution He also stood where Abraham Lincoln once stood And Joe Biden gave a speech that Joe Stalin would have been proud of That Vladimir Lenin would have been proud of That Fidel Castro would have been proud of That Hugo Chavez would have been proud of His goal is to dehumanize people who disagree with him To try and push for one party rule for now and forevermore To intimidate people to threaten people And it is less than two years in office He is used the Federal Bureau of Investigation And soon to be the Internal Revenue Service He used executive orders rejected statutes rejected the constitution like no president in modern history say perhaps Barack Obama

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If Donald Trump Is a Threat to Democracy...

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:11 min | 5 months ago

If Donald Trump Is a Threat to Democracy...

"If Donald Trump is a threat to democracy, was there any diminution in liberty in democracy while he was president? Let's see before January 6th. He had another what two weeks to be president. So for the first three years, 11 months and two weeks of his presidency, when he had this power, and at one point had a Republican Congress, was there a suppression of liberty, was there a diminution of democracy in the United States of America? He had all this power. Why didn't he use it? Is there a suppression of democracy on the part of the left? The answer to that is there is never a non diminution of liberty when the left is in power. There is no instance in world history since Vladimir Lenin in 1917, Russia. Of the left being in power and not suppressing liberty.

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Marc Morano, the Founder of ClimateDepot.com, on 'The Great Reset'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:25 min | 7 months ago

Marc Morano, the Founder of ClimateDepot.com, on 'The Great Reset'

"Okay, let's talk about your latest thesis. This is the scary phrase, the great reset. Will you map for us how this where does the great reset come from as a concept whose propagating it? And how does it overlap with and how does it meld with COVID Wuhan and the lockdown restrictions? Can you make that connection for us Mark? Well, yeah, so first of all, if you go back to tsarist Russia, you had Vladimir Lenin who, according to reports, popularized the phrase worse is better, the worse, the better. One of those are one of those are the key phrases. And that was your original concept of a great reset. In other words, you want as much turmoil and disruption and calamity in a society in order to collapse it so you can rebuild it in your image. So where we get fast forward to modern times, the climate movement was chugging along getting nothing done, essentially. I mean, they tried to get UN Paris agreements and then Donald Trump pulls us out and then the U.S. ends up leading the world and reducing CO2 which is they couldn't get anywhere in polling. They didn't get anything to Congress. They were stuck with a regulatory state. So they were struggling. COVID comes along and they realize that the COVID lockdowns were exactly what they've wanted for climate for decades. It was exactly what they wanted. Stay at home, limited travel, planned recessions to fight climate change. Well, this was a government planned recession that attempt to crush a virus, even though it didn't work. So what happened was the world economic format of Davos, which has been around since the early 1970s founded by Klaus Schwab, which is, you know, people call them, some people try to claim he's a capitalist. He's a corporatist globalist elitist who wants a collusion between government and corporate. He actually wants the corporate world to control government. And he's done a pretty good job of trying to make that happen, especially what we're seeing in the Netherlands right now. With their leader who's a stooge of the World Economic Forum. But essentially, they spend COVID lockdowns hit by June of 2020. Just two months after, they came out World Economic Forum and announced now is the time for a great reset. We have a very rare and narrow window of opportunity to reset capitalism as we know it. And they wanted to use that moment where everyone was essentially crushed, vulnerable, and the whole world was at a standstill to then quote build us back better under a great reset.

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

04:55 min | 7 months ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"As you become cultured in a certain kind of way where perhaps that makes you more charming, more charismatic in terms of your ability to integrate yourself in different situations. You absolutely I was I was when I came to the U.S. after about two years roughly, I was cultured enough to not make a bad impression at a diplomatic soiree in Washington, D.C.. I mingled freely. Yes. All right. And so the whole idea was for me to sort of reach into the upper realms of society where the targets would be juicier than the worker bees. And how did you end up in Moscow? Why? What is that journey? Well, so I told you I started studying English. So I started back from scratch. They paid for a tutor. And I went from English one O one. I went through that in a couple of months, and then I got another guy with whom I expanded this. We had conversations rather than working from a textbook. And I worked like a maniac. I threw myself into the study of English, like it wouldn't believe, and my inspiration came from Vladimir Lenin. I had read somewhere in a book that when Lenin was in exile, he studied German. And he learned 100 German words every day. New German words. So I started reading newspapers and every word that I didn't know I wrote down on an index card. German English, and I piled them up. And so I really learned 100 new English words. Every day, I know this because I counted them. And I had a system how to do this. So you take your index card, and you have 5 categories. It's a really good way to learn, by rote. So you got category one, that's the new ones and you got category 5.

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:07 min | 8 months ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Thank you. Dennis, I heard your talk on gun control. So I'll ask you a question. Do you have the guts to go down to the people in Texas whose kids were killed? The kids in the high school in Florida and the ones that say I'm going to tell them to their faces, that their requests for gun control on certain things and everything else is wrong and that they're leftists. Have you got the guts to tell them to their faces, that what they're feeling is wrong in your right? Of course I would be honored to speak to them and tell them they're wrong. Honored, it would be it would be one of the highlights of my life to talk to these grieving people, and tell them that their reactions though completely understandable will do nothing to prevent other kids and other parents from the same suffering. It would be my honor to speak to them. Florida and Texas. That is correct. Well, why don't you do that, Dennis? Why don't you because they're not going to come to my talk, okay? Let's live in reality. I hereby announce to everyone listening in Florida and Texas. It would be my honor. I would humbly go before grieving parents, and tell them that the issue in America is values not guns. Would you call them lefties? No. I would call the I would call the idea if they asked me, do you think that the concentration on guns rather than evil is a left wing idea? I would say that has been the left view since Vladimir Lenin. Do you know that in Dodge and Deadwood uttered Townsend the west in the 19th century had gun control laws where you had to leave your gun at the sheriffs? Office, are you aware of that? Yeah, that's a dispositive argument. You've changed my mind. What they didn't Dodge in the 19th century, I have no idea that that show, and it show has no effect on me. I can only tell you that before 1970, when they were far few such shootings,.

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How Elites Exert Power During a 'Crisis' With Marc Morano

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 8 months ago

How Elites Exert Power During a 'Crisis' With Marc Morano

"The elite quote unquote, we shouldn't call them that, but the people who are in power, they really believe this line from Obama's former chief of staff, rahm Emanuel, that a crisis is great. You know, you can't get baby formula. Well, we should go vegan. Gases at $8 in California. I would just go to buy electric vehicles. For them, a crisis is a good thing because it means they can exert more power, correct? It is. And if you go back even to the words of Vladimir Lenin, the worst, the better. And I did some historical research to make sure that quote, it's generally attributed to him. And, you know, before the Russian Revolution, the worst they can make it the better. You have to break a few eggs to make an omelet. Break some shells. And what Biden's basically saying there and what his cabinet agencies saying, what his appointee who actually said, kids don't need the clothes on their back because they're not going to have a future unless we deal with climate change. They're offering up their Green New Deal as a sort of chemotherapy for this fatal cancer that we face of climate change. And this is literally how they think. So we should be welcoming this pain of the Biden administration, which is offering mega dose of chemotherapy, but there's one problem. The chemotherapy is not going to work because we don't have the condition that is being we were diagnosed with. And that's why every cabinet appointing a Biden now is praising the pain that Americans are going through because in the words of, I think it was the Norwegian finance minister in Davos last week. It's so worth it to be suffering like this because it's a transition that needs to happen. So when your hair is falling out and you're vomiting from chemo, the idea is you're supposed to keep your eye on the prize and the prize is living in this case, they're telling us wrongly that we have to go through this pain in order to save ourselves and our children from the climate apocalypse that's coming. That's literally their logic and reasoning. It's scientific

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:05 min | 11 months ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"I'm thinking of this quote and it's often wrongly ascribed to Vladimir Lenin but there are decades where nothing happens and there are weeks where decades happen And you see bizarre things happen such as yesterday at the Exxon around the corner from my house We saw gas clocked at what $3 and 80 cents And by 6 p.m. you saw up there somebody was changing the sign to $4 and 18 cents You see Uber drivers complaining about real-time hyperinflation within days Gig workers truck workers I mean it's hitting us instantaneously and I think this is what happens when oil prices break triple digits and you see the follow on effect with grain prices and nickel prices at a time of already heightened inflation globally Yeah so the U.S. is trying to find non Russian oil which means some tough choices here So behind door number one is Iran which is under nuclear sanctions but it produces a lot of crude could those sanctions be unlocked It could be If you remember I mean this happened in 2015 where there was supposed to be this renaissance I mean McDonald's had a website technically for franchisees who were interested in Tehran The Trump administration scuppered all of that And it shows you what happens when the center of attention quickly becomes Europe and the security of the world in NATO You can afford if you're Washington perhaps to back burner the likes of Iran and Caracas especially if kind of enemy of mine enemy And in this case you know you're hoping to replace something like 670 thousand barrels of oil daily with what Iran and Venezuela can kick in if they just get that essential investment from the United States which they have been starved for And what about Caracas The U.S. sent officials there after U.S. policy of cutting off Venezuela's oil on grounds of election fraud So it's an adversary politically in Venezuela also finds it hard to produce oil these days doesn't it Yeah on top of it being rusted and borderline failed state mind you malnutrition and the average median weight of a child there and everything that's happened amid the collapse over the past several years having said that they do feel clout when oil breaks triple digits because they have a very undesirable heavy blend of crude oil that refiners typically hold their noses up against But if you're desperate and you want to replace especially Russian heavy crude in the United States golf you could do worse than to hold your nose and go into Caracas and say look we'll take this on in exchange for less pressure And especially if it means you're going to be less beholden to Russia I mean again it's enemy of my enemy Who is the bigger enemy right now Yeah yeah Well as you say U.S. refineries do have the ability to process Venezuelan that dirty oil Finally Saudi Arabia big producer although the Biden White House has slapped sanctions and Visa bans on top officials for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi is at an option You know I Trevor true crime in organized crime and witness executions and everything I have to say this is the most expensive hit job in history with Saudi Arabia because prior to that you had MBS touring New York going into Starbucks with Michael Bloomberg and investment banks and everything and next thing you know he's a pariah state and Iran is probably loving this because they are battling for hegemony of kind of Islamic mindshare in the Middle East and if you see Saudi Arabia Arabia cozying up with Moscow at a time when the Biden White House has been ignoring MBS has not received him Iran probably sees an opening to come in and say you know what I might throw in my lot with the United States and see how this stuff shakes out and it's not like Iran isn't taking calls from Moscow anyway So it is put our enemies in a real great position strategically that they didn't even have a couple of months ago All right and real quick that gas station around the corner from you you think it's going to stay around four bucks for a little bit Yeah these prices are sticky upward And unless you see this is sad unless you see an economic collapse where they call it demand destruction The likes that we saw in March of 2020 when nobody is buying.

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:10 min | 11 months ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A couple of announcements There's a young man who I've seen grown up over the years Who turned ten yesterday his name Shia Shia is a patriot He's like a genius little prodigy Comes from a wonderful family Close to us And he's just a very happy smart young man And so I want to wish him a happy tenth birthday As I say he's a patriot He's already a patriot He's very well read He reminds me of me actually Maybe Ben Shapiro something like that But anyways a great young guy And his parents had been so so you know but anyway I know seriously great grandparents Linda and Ted or dear Friends of ours too So I wanted to mention that I also wanted to mention my beautiful niece the daughter of my wonderful older brother Douglas Jessica engaged today See life goes on And I couldn't be happier for us We couldn't be happier for us For her All of us And then on a little lighter note my daughter Lauren has been Nick Her grandkids they have adopted a little dog Little dog from a rescue And the dog there were four of them Puppies that were found He's a mix of I don't know what but he's beautiful little dog Nobody seemed to want him So she decided to foster the dog Which I knew would lead to the adoption which it did But there were fraud for dogs they named him after The Beatles In this dog's name was Lenin And I said you can't name the dog Lennon They'll think it's you know Vladimir Lenin or she agreed So there's a big discussion on the name and the name that they decided on is a great name Patton Like general pat And yes it's a boy dog He's not transitioning So on a nice thing positive things are going on And that's what you want right Now my family is not the only family That's experiencing wonderful things like that And that's why if you don't look at Ukraine and see what's taking place there And aren't truly discussed by what Putin has initiated and done You don't have a heart and you don't have a solve And most of the arguments I hear the Putin wing and on the mind.

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Why Has Russia Set Their Sights on Kyiv? Konstantin Kisin Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Why Has Russia Set Their Sights on Kyiv? Konstantin Kisin Explains

"Let's start with trying to cast away illusions as to what's going on. I've heard from those who have connections to the region that it's not obvious. Not all ethnic Russians in Ukraine are pro Vlad and not all ethnic Ukrainians are ready to grab an AK and shoot Russians. It's more complicated than that. Will you explain why Ukraine? Why the mythos of rodina of the motherland of rouge people is so intimately tied with Kyiv. This isn't just stopping EU and NATO membership for zelensky. This is a deeply historically and the nation itself has deep propaganda value for the Kremlin does it not. Well, the history of Russia of the modern Russian state originally dates back to the 9th century when a bunch of Vikings came over and they started essentially a trading post or a colony in what now since then has become Kyiv. And that is where the entire history of that part of the world originates from. And since then there have been various historic shapes, shape shifting and changes and borders and all sorts of things. And Ukraine has always been a piece that has been disputed by a bunch of local empires, whether that was the Russian Empire, whether it was the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, where there was Poland, all of these nations had had an influence in that region. And Ukraine had always been fought over by the different sides. But of course, there are other things and one of the reasons I was able to predict that the invasion would happen that it wouldn't be limited to the two breakaway so called breakaway regions in the east was because Vladimir Putin told us exactly how he sees it and I encourage all of your viewers and listeners to go and find a good translation of the speech he gave on the eve of the invasion. Because in it, he lays out exactly his vision and his vision is very simple. He believes that at some point during the existence of the Soviet Union, weak leaders like Vladimir Lenin and Nikita Khrushchev and others made a series of weak decisions that split the Russian people that split off a piece of the Russian nation and glued it together as he says with portions of what used to be Poland and Hungary in the

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Chrystia Freeland Is a Biographer for George Soros

The Dan Bongino Show

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Chrystia Freeland Is a Biographer for George Soros

"Christia Freeland You want to see something crazy Hot tip one of my listeners who sent this in The deputy dictator christia Freeland a disgraceful human being You know she's a biographer for George Soros Yeah foreign policy christia Freeland We're back in 2012 One of Soros is what she wrote about George Soros One of Soros intellectual hallmarks is an ability to quickly size up who wins in such a scenario This is a useful habit of mind if you run a hedge fund It also happens to be a very Eastern European way of thinking Vladimir Lenin famously insisted that the key question of any political agenda was who who As in who is doing what To whom And alive Oh boy

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"More radical choice for any regulatory spot in our federal government In a fiery speech too many quoted from his papers and social media posts And then he brought up Amaro's background How does it even happen that it occurs to someone to think of these things Well maybe contributing factor could be if a person grew up in the former Soviet Union And went to Moscow state university and attended there on a Vladimir Lenin academic scholarship Those comments fueled op eds about omarova in The Wall Street Journal in the national review She's denied she's a communist and in an interview with the Financial Times I'm a rova who would be the first woman to lead the agency called herself an easy target as an immigrant a woman and a minority I just think it's despicable That's democratic senator sherrod Brown the chairman of the banking committee who says to me is guilty of character assassination Academics who are familiar with amarok work say politicians and pundits are misrepresenting omos research and the spirit of it Senator Brown knows how narrow the margins are But he says he's confident I'm a rova will be confirmed All right you're greatly about this nomination And we're going to make it happen But there's at least one moderate Democrat on his committee who's among those who still need convincing Montana senator John tester tells NPR some of Amaro's past statements raise real concerns But tester says he's looking forward to discussing them with her at her hearing today David gura.

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"You gotta do a redo and then yeah illegit. The worst person that's ever been born this century. The worst person baddies in the twentieth okay. That's pretty sure there still are worse than me. I feel like we haven't had like twenty first. Like who's twenty-first-century vladimir lenin latin. He doesn't have that reach lennon. Started a whole revolution boy. Wellness saying got smoked. I don't know if you compare me not wanting to turn off the stand up to some of these other folks but sure if you wanna go ahead and do that be my guest off. Hello everybody back another episode of the not pockets. I'm oliver twentieth day with aaron and mariah.

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

"I want to bring it back to. We talked at the very opening about how you were an early adopter of this remote work and thirteen had a really interesting take on remote work. Obviously the pandemic took this trend and really kicked into high gear and people realized you know that working remotely as a possibility for so many different people in different occupations but you look at this as a potentially a catalyst positive catalyst for the european union. Can you explain that you take a country like india. I mean like italy. Excuse me which hasn't grown in thirty years and two economies has north of no south and tremendous brand dren. But you've got some beautiful places. Seventy percent of the world's Historical moments are located in italy. Fantastic food. I mean while we might have a place to live and there's an estimate that they're going to be a billion digital nomads by twenty thirty right so now you can go to the south you can live in a beautiful place and you can get the salary that you were going to get in rome onto to do this. So we're starting to see that. We're also starting to see the brain drain out of eastern europe. Which was massive is now starting to reverse. Is it sustainable. I don't know the answer. I having been a tele worker or working remotely for most of my career. It's just it's so obvious to me. Why would you not want to do so. The fact everybody else is doing it now. Yeah it's about time and it's a great way to raise kids here you your day is finished and then you have a second day of recreation. Yeah and you ski heike man by. I mean my daughter. Here's with me. She plays tennis for two hours in the morning. She goes mountain biking the afternoon. She's swimming at the indoor pool which is Two minute drive in switzerland. Where where we've been living because they've been in school you know it's twenty five thirty minutes to drive to the tennis. It's there is no indoor pool. It's just so easy and the simplicity of life is so appealing and so attractive. So i think this is what we're seeing that. The the wealth of intellectual property is is moving And it's not congregating in cities so you knows parts of europe that had been more band or been struggling now now. It's the people that make country. Yeah so he you get you. Get the digital nomads. Which is where the future is to move back. Your your lighting fire underneath the economy. So we're very bullish. Draghi course you have to look at draghi. Yes as a hero. I mean what that man did in july two thousand twelve we will do whatever it takes to save the euro. i mean it was just. it was true chilean. I mean it was. it was massive. And when he when he became involved in it. In italy to suzette we got we got to be there. This is going to be big for italy now. What was interesting to see. Some of those countries agreed kept coming up on one of the cheapest stock markets in the world in recent years. And and a lot of times. These things you look at them and you go. Oh why would anyone invest in greece and usually that reaction. Because it's a good time to invest in greece. So that's fascinating to me. I want to also bring it back to some of these quotes the opening of your reports or a couple in a couple of your past reports that that seemed like there are more than coincidence. There was one quote in particular was. Why do we not hear the truth. Because we do not speak it. Attributed to pub- publicis and then lenin vladimir lenin ally told often enough becomes the truth. Like i said i don't necessarily believe in coincidences. What what is kind of obviously have my own interpretation of. I really like to hear from you. Why do you think these quotes are important for for people to to know and understand today. Globus quote which is the bigger the lie. The more happened is to be believed and when social media began is another thing. That i i messed not that. I didn't know it would be big but i. I saw the potential damage social media to democracy. Exactly what has happened. Was exactly what i thought would happen. And so that is that is made this more timely and people will hide in their groups where their biases are reinforced. And they're not so much interested in truth as they are in confirmation bias and that's extremely dangerous dangerous for democracy dangerous for for society. It's you have to have a society that is searching for the truth and respect science. How do we dig ourselves out of this. I don't know. I think there has to be a great respect for the truth and i'm hoping that experience covert in america where there was such a disregard for the science at the beginning. And what does six hundred thousand deaths. That could have been a fraction at have been more respectful. The science that when all said and done that would be greater respect for for the truth and we will look to people who speak the truth and be great searching for the truth. That's what i'm into. I just want the truth. I don't care. I don't need to be pat on the back. I don't wanna be right. I just want to know what the truth is. And some of us who searched desperately for the truth and we never stop searching ever because we can never find the perfect truth and we have to get back to a time when when detroit become something that's critical for society. Well i for one want to thank you for being a beacon of truth over the years and at least trying to call attention to shine a light on on what you believe to be the true nature of things and developments in the world. You mentioned the very beginning of our conversation that meditation is plays a big role and when i was walking through your house before we started recording. I saw pictures of you with the dalai lama. Who you've hosted here. can you just. I think it was just a wonderful boon to my listeners. To just understand if you could talk a little bit about your meditative practice and how that provides value to to what you do. Well when i first met the allama. I asked him what is mankind must desperately need up. And he's very eloquent. Speaks eight languages between the morning and meditates for five hours but by the time. Six seven o'clock o'clock pm runs around. He's little little tired. Sometimes but so i said what is mankind must desperately in need of and he said they rush after this. They're they want this. They want this. They want this about this. What everybody wants is piece of ma piece of i can. He'll still here his words. Now with information overload and multitasking. How could we conceivably have peace.

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

Limitless Mindset

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

"Enhancer. Also i get a bit of secondhand smoke from time to time from my seventy year old. Bulgarian mother-in-law who has been chain smoking for about half a century now and finally when. I'm socializing with friends or celebrating. Something with wife. I like to have a few drinks cut loose a bit from time to time. If you're similarly vigilant about your health sorry you're not off the hook on cancer. The modern world is still doing. Its damnedest to give you cancer so if you can afford it see sixty should be among the cancer prevention hacks in your bio hacker toolbox. Let's move onto the next cancer. Prevention measure it is avoid electons. You may have noticed that more people than ever before are getting cancer especially in the western quote unquote developed world. Where so many people are passionate about healthy living every day you'll encounter a multiplicity advertisements. Pitching you healthy products magazines books websites podcasts. Youtube channels and tv shows about health are among the most popular yet. The cancer rates continue to climb. There must be something that the gargantuan health industry has been missing one of the main things that doesn't get the attention it deserves contributing to the cancer. Epidemic is electins. And i'll explain these if you haven't heard of them before. So when i get into a debate with a vegan slash vegetarian slash animal rights warrior. I have to explain to them. That they are still asserting. Their dominance as an apex predator because plants don't like being eaten either. In fact plants fight back with leptons tiny talks ick proteins that sneak across the intestinal barrier and wreck havoc in our bodies. A lot of immune diseases are downstream from lexington overdose which is exacerbated by antibiotics excessive protein intake and the general toxicity of modernity the excellent. Both the plant paradox. By dr steven gunnery explains quote but the most dangerous trick pulled by leptons which i now see on a daily basis in my patients is that they bear an uncanny similarity to the proteins on many of our important organs nerves and joints now in an abundance of caution. Your immune system doesn't want to make a mistake in defending your body by not attacking something important in the days before antibiotics you would have been in big trouble if bacteria were present in your body. Which is why your immune system is hypersensitive to anything that even remotely resembles a bacterial cell wall or other foreign protein. So you probably already know a bit about autoimmune diseases. You probably know that suffers from an auto immune condition to explain the auto immunity cancer connection. I'll draw a historical illusion as world. War one drew on the central powers injected a viral mean into their enemies. They sent the communist vladimir lenin in a sealed train to russia where he fermented the bolshevik revolution. Russia withdrew from the war. As more and more russian soldiers embraced communism which probably seemed like a good idea at the time and turned their weapons on their countrymen a simplification of very complicated historical episode..

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The Formation of the Nazi Party

Let's Start A Cult

01:08 min | 2 years ago

The Formation of the Nazi Party

"When the nazi party was founded in one thousand nine hundred twenty the world side of germany was increasingly moving toward socialism and communism only three years before the imperial romanov dynasty had of russia had been overthrown i by the provisional government and then by the bolshevik party which was led by vladimir lenin these events would pave the way for the creation of the soviet union in one thousand nine hundred twenty two so a little bit of that bonus little bit of the soviet union in this episode throughout the early nineteen twenties the ideologies of the soviet union slowly spread across the region including its neighbouring mongolia. Communism was also becoming quite popular in the european continent with a number of uprisings in germany. One of them managed to form the bavarian soviet republic in one thousand nine hundred nineteen although this was short lived. Thanks to the country's parliamentary forces. This was the climate that the nazi party found itself in when it was created only year after the bavarian soviet republic was decimated it initially targeted the german working class attempting to draw them away from communism and socialism towards antisemitic and anti marxist

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on KOMO

"I don't think so. Why we let them make all of our pharmaceuticals. Because it's cheaper. I'll tell you exactly why it's back to the old axiom of Vladimir Lenin. And that is a voice when it comes time to hang. All the capitalist say shall be found bidding on the rope. We can be cheap beyond belief in this country. And it's a national security threat and sing it couldn't agree more Alright, more to come. 186650 Jimbo 18665054626 hour update on just where we stand with this pandemic, I cannot thinking back. At the last say, June. We were all looking forward Labor day when this will be behind us. Okay. Which is one more question before the break, I guess. Is there any point of which we can look ahead and be glad when this is quote behind us? What about this coming Labor day, Randy? I'm hoping we can see a major improvement. There's gonna be plenty of vaccine by this summer, and that's the only way we're going to get this under control. We still got to do the mask and the social distancing and whatever. It would really be nice. Next fall off. We could go to a football stadium with 100,000 people. There are a rock concert with 50,000 people, but it's 9 10. Months away, I'm afraid Right more to come with our guest, Randy Larson. He is again with Johns Hopkins University National Security advisor at their center for Health Security. 186650, Jimbo, our number 18665054626 and we'll be back. In just a moment. If you're very quiet, you can.

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"vladimir lenin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"vladimir lenin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"An advantage. For Central Banking and Wall Street and Big corporate cartels to finance The establishment of Dictatorships like Vladimir Lenin and the Bolshevik Revolution like Adolf Hitler. Like muscle any of Italy and on and on. You could bring it up to the president, You know, with Saddam Hussein as you've mentioned, and Gadhafi etcetera, and I was wondering if you would speak about that. That It seems that Wall Street has a vested interest and establishing a dictatorship and supposed to a democracy because they're easier to control. You know, for financial gain, and again. I think you're the Gene Hackman of you know, like an enemy of the state. Thank you for what you do. Interesting comments, or Catherine Has said it was an absolutely outstanding researcher and his work, sir. Terrific. Sometimes they can be hard to expensive to find that If you're interested in how we got to this point sudden, it's one of the best. And one of his protege is Patrick would is writing about technocracy and connecting the dogs. Because he works with sudden, you know, So if you really want to get it, bring down on Sutton's work and bring it into present time. You should check out. Patrick puts work, and I think you I'm pretty sure you've had him on a coast to coast. But they don't call it the central banking warfare model for nothing, You know, Wars, a huge business and it has been for Centuries. And as we've Engaged in the central banking war from model We just keep centralizing and the more you develop technologies and more you can centralize and we're watching a push to centralize, which is so Um,.

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Leon Trotsky assassination attempt - May 24, 1940

This Day in History Class

03:45 min | 2 years ago

Leon Trotsky assassination attempt - May 24, 1940

"APP on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. This Day in history class is a production of iheartradio. Hey y'all I'm eaves and welcome to this day in History Class. A podcast for people who could never know enough about history today is may twenty fourth twenty twenty. The Day was may twenty fourth nineteen forty Mexican artists. W fosse GAYDOS and Stalinist agent. Gula Vich along with a crew of hitmen attempted to donate Leon Trotsky Trotsky was a Soviet revolutionary and Marxist threats who was a leading figure in the Bolshevik movement under Vladimir Lenin after Lennon died in nineteen twenty four and Joseph. Stalin rose to power in the Communist Party in Soviet Union Chomsky emerged. As one of Stalin's main critics and opponents Trotsky was against the increasingly bureaucratic Soviet state and called for more democracy in the Communist Party. He thought that the Stalinist policy of socialism and one country would hinder efforts for World Revolution in Nineteen Twenty Five. Trotsky was removed from his post in the war commissariat. The next year he was dropped from the Polit Bureau and in nineteen twenty seven he and his supporters were expelled from the Communist Party. In January of Nineteen Twenty eight Trotsky was exiled to a tie and Soviet Central Asia. He lived there for a year before he his wife and their son were expelled from the Soviet Union and sent to Turkey but he continued to write and criticize Stalin as well as people who had opposed Stalin but has settled for the regime. Trotsky settled on the Turkey island of principle where he stayed for four years. He completed his autobiography and his three volume history of the Russian revolution some of his supporters volunteer to serve as his bodyguards but in nineteen three Chomsky and his family were offered asylum in France soon enough. He was no longer welcome in France either and he moved to Norway then Mexico where he had been granted asylum skis settled in Koya con area of Mexico City at the Blue House the home of painter Diego Rivera and free to Carlo and he continued to write completing the revolution betrayed in one thousand nine hundred eighty six but in a series of trials in the late. Nineteen thirties many so-called old bolsheviks were found guilty of treason and imprisoned or executed many of the defendants confessed to having plotted with Trotsky to kill Stalin and other Soviet leaders Trotsky was found guilty of treason in absentia and sentenced to death on May twenty fourth. Nineteen forty Stalinist agent. Iosif Grigorovich

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