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2500 Years Ago, Aristotle Articulated What We're Living Through Now
"So Aristotle, 2500 years ago. I think better articulates part of what we are living through right now than even most commentators in the media. So Aristotle talked about things that do not change. So knowledge of things that do not change is wisdom. There's practical knowledge, and then there's knowledge that is eternal. That is rooted in the natural law. That is one of the reasons why when Aristotle was rediscovered and kind of restudied, if you will, by Thomas Aquinas and many others, there was kind of this constant through line of the classics to the Bible to practical judgment or prudence today. So Aristotle writes in the politics. He says, tyrants aim to break the spirit of their subjects. They know that a poor spirited man will never plot against anybody. A tyrant second aim is to breed mutual distrust. This is 2500 years ago. He was writing. Tyranny is never overthrown until people can begin to trust one another. And that is a reason why tyrants are always at war with the good. Tyrants feel that good men are dangerous to their authority. Not only because they think it shamed to be governed, despotically, but also because of their loyalty to themselves and to others and because of their refusal to betray one another or anybody else. The final aim of a tyrant is to make sure that subjects are incapable of action. Nobody attempts the impossible, therefore no one will attempt to overthrow the tyrant or the tyranny when all are incapable of action. So let's just kind of summarize some of that as we talk about the World Economic Forum and the world health assembly and Joe Biden, who is a tyrant. That's kind of just recap that first they want to break your will. The second is, they want to breed mutual distrust. And then the third is that they want to make you incapable of action.
How Can We Stop the Upcoming WHO Treaty? Dr. Naomi Wolf Weighs In
"Want to ask you, what can we do to actually put brakes on the World Health Organization world health assembly? Is there still time left on the clock? What can be done? Yeah, well, these are the right questions to ask. I just want to say, I'm scared of that, too. Of course they're going to have their own police force in Canada when Trudeau declared martial law for 24 hours. There were extremely violent police slash military figures abusing protesters and they were un badged, right? They didn't police officer will have his name or her name. Because they're accountable. But these were unidentifiable, really scary people. Same thing in France. You're seeing them all over the world. And there are entities like Blackwater now called Chi, which can send militaries all over the world. So it's the easiest thing in the world to have these mercenaries come over the border now from Canada, or else I've raised this morning before their military age men pouring over the border from places like Afghanistan and Ukraine and the easiest thing in the world to send them to God knows where and to arm them to assist the World Health Organization. So I've been saying as you know for some time that we're at war, I don't want to be a war, but a war is being waged on us. And we have to face the fact. So what can be done? Well, first of all, I can not believe I'm saying this a lifelong former Democrat and child of hippies, but thank God for the Second Amendment. Because one reason that the United States is not entirely enslaved like Australia or Shanghai or Canada in many ways. We're relatively freer compared to those countries is that we have, you know, millions of owners of guns. And I'm a peaceful person. This should not be taken out of context. But it is harder to subjugate an armed population. And this is why our founders gave us the Second Amendment. For exactly times like these. They knew that it was harder to subjugate an armed population. But may that be the worst case scenario, I really hope that it does not devolve into Civil War, which is really what the next thing is in history. When you have an occupying force, which is what the WHO will be by next week. But there are very important things you can do at the state level. Sorry. New Hampshire passed a raft of really good bills in one of them is a Bill where basically they said to the federal government if, you know, you can try all you want to issue federal regulations or laws that are unconstitutional, but New Hampshire is not going to enforce them.
Dr. Naomi Wolf Outlines the Unconstitutional WHO Treaty
"This is a guest I've wanted to have on for quite some time. Someone who has just been one of the most articulate and courageous communicators during all of this nonsense that we lived through at the last couple of years, as she is the author of an upcoming book, the bodies of others. The new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. It comes out in just about a week, and I want to ask her about all sorts of different things. It is the wonderful doctor Naomi wolf, doctor. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for having me. Thank you. So I want to just dive right into it. Something's happening rather consequential in Geneva in the coming days. Tell us about what's happening with the World Health Organization world health assembly. Is this an attempt to try to usurp our sovereignty? All the warnings you just heard are absolutely correct. They're not exaggerated. And we need to be extremely, extremely worried. No alarm is too great for what we're facing. She was incredibly out of summary of the danger, but basically I've got a chapter in the bodies of others explaining that the nation state is the one thing, a nation state with secure borders, you know, I'm pro league of immigration. I'm the daughter of immigrants, but the globalists absolutely love dissolving national borders and they love weakening people's allegiance to their local or national identity national language, national culture, erasing national histories. And the reason they love it is just what we're seeing with the World Economic Forum. It makes people weaker at the grassroots level and empowers these oligarchs. And so it's a 1000% correct that if the U.S. becomes a signatory to the World Economic Forum proposal treaty, we can expect to see mercenaries on our shores or we can expect to see as miss bachman pointed out U.S. Military doing the bidding of the
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Hey there gang, we're talking to Naomi wolves, but we had to take a quick break before we continue the conversation. She's terrific with Naomi wolf. It's moving to me to talk with her because in so many ways we're very far apart and yet on some fundamentals tremendous agreement. By the way, she's doing like a book party in D.C. for this book on May 31st. The same day that we are doing a Socrates in the city event with Apollo 16 astronaut Charlie duke here in New York City. Ladies and gentlemen, I exhort you before it's too late because these things always sell out. People say, well, I'll do it tomorrow. If you're interested in going or in sending someone, there are people who live in New York or who can get to it, maybe you can't. It's a big deal. I probably haven't mentioned it, but the man walked on the moon. He did, yeah, at the VIP reception. He walked on the moon at the VIP. No, no, no. But at the VIP reception, we're going to have moon pies. Oh, that's great. We're going to have really elegant things at the via people. We're also going to have moon pies. That's fun. The fact that he walked on the moon. Literally. Literally, do you understand literally? If you know someone in the New York area, it would be a nice gift to send them to this event. It's historic. I know I keep saying that, but yeah, that's a great idea actually. Gift idea. That's something that they don't have another tie or you're never going to be able to do this again. This is a magnificent opportunity. He's an older gentleman. So well, of course, this is amazing. He's 86. I also want to say two for those who are going. There is a dress code. Yes. So it's kind of like, I think it's jacket and tie. Definitely no genes. But there's a dress code. Socrates in the city dot com, Socrates in the city dot com. All right, before we come back with Naomi wolf, I also was going to say, I would love to do a Socrates and city event with Naomi wolf. Because this conversation that we're having now, we're going to continue it in just a minute. It's a Socrates in the city type conversation and her book, which is coming out the bodies of others. It just would be perfect. I want to do is Socrates and city event with Andrew clavin. There's so many people that I would love to do Socrates in the city events with. We should remind people if you're not on my email list, please go to Eric metaxas dot com. Please sign up for the email sign your friends up because it happens inevitably. I go to places like Colorado Springs this weekend or boulder. People say, I didn't know you were there. If you sign up for the emails, you will get all kinds of stuff that you will probably miss unless you are listening to this program. And great photos too. I love getting your emails because I'm not at every event with you. I was gonna say, I was at erskine college, I mentioned this yesterday. And it's so much of it was just so wonderful and I want to share this with you. We can't share it always on the program. So sign up at Eric metaxas dot com and also don't forget, folks, our sponsors on this program are heroes. Mike lindell is a hero. We need to have him on to get an update from him. He is spending millions of his own dollars to help save this country from tyranny from corruption..
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"The new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. Naomi, this is all so extraordinary what we're talking about. And part of what makes it extraordinary is there's been such a shaking of everything that we're seeing new alliances. I mean, the idea that you would be on Steve Bannon's show, you know, but I'm saying it's so fascinating to me that there are some people simply willing to see what is and care about what's important and understand that we're in a war, a strange war ideological war. You and I both have friends on the left, people who've worked at The New York Times and on and on and on from the world that we grew up in graduating from Yale in the 80s and all that kind of stuff. And part of what's mortifying to me is to see them going along with this narrative. But at least equally impressive is the tiny handful of folks like you who are simply calling it like it is. And so what is that like for you, though, to see things that we once took for granted, that The New York Times is a great institutional organization. Yes, they lean left. But they're going to call balls and strikes. They're journalists. What has that been like for you? Because it's horrifying. Yeah, I mean, Eric, I agree with you. It's absolutely terrifying and disorienting. And it's sometimes it's hard to absorb this level of nefarious results from people that I love and respect and institutions I used to trust. You know, like you, I kind of feel like this is a time when, you know, I kind of feel like God is shaking every human institution. And what we're seeing is just what you describe. You know, many people are going along with literally lies and satanic outcomes. People who seem lovely and well educated and decent. So and others are holding on to these ideals of honesty, integrity, transparency, and freedom of speech. I don't know the reason, as I said to you, I think that there's a political analysis and a metaphysical analysis and like Milton's paradiso and inferno, these are happening at the same time, right? Like there's this spiritual battle going on and I see it. And one place that I see it is in decent loving kind people that I know and trust going along with a cult and I write about this in the book, you know, I was astonished to see our friends who would never discriminate against anyone on the basis of sexual orientation or ethnicity or race embraced within a matter of 8 months, a two tier society that discriminated and marginalized and otherwise people like me based on medical status and I'm stunned that I'm talking to you and that I can't have a book party in New York City indoors because I'm not vaccinated. And actually the book ends with a scene of me kind of sitting at a lunch counter where I'm not allowed to sit waiting to be arrested, that this could happen in a country that learned the lesson of Jim Crow laws that learned the lesson of anti semitism and otherizing people. Are you saying they learned a lesson, but did they learn? In other words, what fascinates me. And again, it's only because of my biblical worldview that I can make any sense of this. In other words, we always want to think, this is what people do, right? If we are sinners and broken, we always want somehow to think that we're the good guys and we can figure it out and that's what went wrong and it has nothing to do with me. So I'm on the right side of the Jim Crow issue. I'm on the right side of anti Hitler. So like I'm on the right side of everything. But the deeper issue is that human beings, no different than we are, they were the ones who made slavery and the slave trade happen. They were the ones who allowed Hitler to rise. So by otherwise, those groups, we kind of act like that could never happen here. What was it in those people that enabled them to do that? So we can pretend like, well, we figured that out. What have we figured out? It was broken this. It was sin. Whatever it was, it can get us too. And we are seeing that. And of course, it's horrifying. But it is to see what you were just saying, like sophisticated, educated, New Yorkers, and others have become in the last couple of years and being not just what I find interesting is it's not just that they're on the wrong side of the issue. But the level of self righteousness and the willingness to viciously condemn and otherwise demonize dehumanize folks like you or me, that's what's so chilling to me is that almost joy in being in their minds somehow morally superior and the joy in condemning those whom they disagree. I couldn't agree with you more and I think of the wounds of this time if we get through this time that's going to be one of the hardest to address. And it's not just my experience, their families across the country who have been disinvited from Thanksgiving dinner or told they can't visit the baby or they can't visit grandma. Or told you have to get vaccinated in order to visit us even though the science didn't support that in any way. And I agree with you that educated sophisticated people I know and used to love and trust and respect have embraced this discriminatory worldview and reality with glee. It's almost like if you're on the left, you don't get to discriminate against everyone except, you know, this group that you can discriminate against all you want because you're doing a good thing. I don't agree with you, unfortunately. I wish it was that people are broken and sinners and therefore make this mistake. That's not what I'm seeing. It's much worse. It's much more like the early 30s in knots in pre Nazi Germany when actually the Nazis consolidated their power before they were even formally leading the country in 1933, they consolidated their power by basically giving rewards and punishments professionally to people like medical boards and doctors and professors. I don't think we disagree. We disagree. I think it's kind of actually we're going to break folks. We're talking to Naomi wolf, the new book is the bodies of others. We will continue the conversation. Don't go.
'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf Calls It Like It Is
"I'm talking to Naomi wolf, the new book, the bodies of others, the new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. Naomi, this is all so extraordinary what we're talking about. And part of what makes it extraordinary is there's been such a shaking of everything that we're seeing new alliances. I mean, the idea that you would be on Steve Bannon's show, you know, but I'm saying it's so fascinating to me that there are some people simply willing to see what is and care about what's important and understand that we're in a war, a strange war ideological war. You and I both have friends on the left, people who've worked at The New York Times and on and on and on from the world that we grew up in graduating from Yale in the 80s and all that kind of stuff. And part of what's mortifying to me is to see them going along with this narrative. But at least equally impressive is the tiny handful of folks like you who are simply calling it like it is. And so what is that like for you, though, to see things that we once took for granted, that The New York Times is a great institutional organization. Yes, they lean left. But they're going to call balls and strikes. They're journalists. What has that been like for you? Because it's horrifying. Yeah, I mean, Eric, I agree with you. It's absolutely terrifying and disorienting. And it's sometimes it's hard to absorb this level of nefarious results from people that I love and respect and institutions I used to trust. You know, like you, I kind of feel like this is a time when, you know, I kind of feel like God is shaking every human institution. And what we're seeing is just what you describe. You know, many people are going along with literally lies and satanic
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Be right back folks talking to Naomi wolf the book is the bodies of others. There has to be a twist up in the river hey there folks Eric my taxes here. I know you know how much I love Mike lindell and my pillow well. Mike lindell and my pillow right now are offering a bogo extravaganza bogo buy one get one. Bogo extravaganza on multiple my pillow products. Now is the time to join the millions of Americans who've changed the quality of their sleep with my pillow. Right now you get the buy one, get one free special, my pillow, bed sheets, Giza, elegance, my pillows, the 6 piece towel sets and the role and go anywhere my pillows just go to the radio listener specials page at my pillow dot com, use the promo code Eric. That's the radio listener specials page at my pillow dot com. Use the code Eric or call one 809 7 8 three O 5 7 one 809 7 8 zero 5 7 don't miss this incredible opportunity to buy one get one free on select product. You'll also receive Mike's book absolutely free. You won't believe it, it's amazing. 809 7 8 three O 5 7 where my pillow dot com used to go Derek. Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to Naomi wolf, the new book, the bodies of others,.
Texas Dad Speaks Out Against Superintendent for 'Illegal Behavior'
"The headline here is that you are in Round Rock Texas, a suburb of Austin. Across the country, we have been seeing it's horrifying, but we have been seeing the nefarious Ness of all kinds of leaders and school boards at the top of the list. I mean, every locality has a school board, you're telling me and you've said this story on the program before, but that they illegally hired a superintendent. That's correct. They collaborated behind the scenes, gave them questions ahead of time, things like that. And then, I mean, this is amazing what you just said. So he has an affair. He wants to force his girlfriend, whatever, to have an abortion, says he will assault her. I mean, nightmare stuff, but where it becomes particularly interesting with regard to you in the school board is that she goes to the school board if I'm if I just heard you correctly. That's right. To tell them who this guy is, the superintendent, what he is doing, and the powers that be, what? What's their response to this? To her, it's basically we're not going to do anything. They don't offer to help her at all. There's 7 members of the school board, two of them actually offered to help her and said, this is a concern. The other 5, which are the ones the lawsuit is now against. Basically said, we're not going to do anything. And they prevented the other two from being able to put it on a board agenda. So it wouldn't be discussed in public. Okay, this is called corruption. This is called corruption, its wickedness, but specifically with regard to the laws. This is corruption.
Naomi Wolf on How Government Is Taking Its Eye off the Ball
"That forcing people to wear masks, getting them to surrender their information. There is something deeply creepy about this. What you just said about China wanting to be the repository of all medical information. I don't know what could be more staggering and we can have leaders completely out of touch. I mean, if you have any humanity, you'd say, wait a second. What do you make of our governmental leaders taking their eye off this ball? I can't comprehend it. I mean, it's pretty depressing to answer that. Klaus Schwab boasted to the Kennedy school at Harvard recently that he had placed World Economic Forum alumni in governments around the world and that half of Canada's government were World Economic Forum alumni and you saw what happened in Canada. They declared martial law, a puppet Trudeau declared martial law when the citizens were engaging in their constitution in their charter of rights protected freedom of speech, the truckers. So what I make of it is that there is like the nation state has always been a source of discomfort to oligarchs and kings, right? Because since 1848 in Europe and earlier than that in the United States, a nation state with clear boundaries and I've got a chapter on the nation state in my book, it's hard to suppress, right? Because the people can say we're citizens, we have rights, we have foundational documents that legally protect our rights and they can repel transnational suppression or tyranny. So what's happened in the last 5 or ten years? And I also go into detail about this. I come from that world. You come from that world. You may have been ejected earlier because you're a conservative and a person who speaks openly about faith, but I was ejected only when I began doing this reporting a couple of years ago. And in our milieu, there is a global elite who really don't bear any sense of responsibility to their fellow Americans or fellow French people or fellow British people. They really are responsive to other global
Jeremy Story Dared to Expose Local Texas School Board Corruption
"We turn to my friend old friend, Jeremy story. We knew each other here in New York. He is now in Texas. He's a pastor. He heads up campus renewal reaching out to college kids. And he has been through an experience that is chilling. And I am excited to get the word out about what is happening. Jeremy welcome. Thank you for having me today. I appreciate it. To my audience who knows nothing about what happened. Start from the beginning and explain what happened. You were in Texas, tell the story. It's a long explanation, but a short version of it is that we were basically trying to expose the actions of a school board who had illegally hired a superintendent back in June. And we were, we realized they had illegally hired him. Then we realized that he had allegedly the allegations in which we then later found out to be very credible and true and fell to evidence that he had threatened his he was having an affair. He had threatened her when she refused to have an abortion and basically threatened her that he would try to come and give her that abortion through an assault. Through a shield approach to school board, the school board ignored her and instead told the superintendent that she had come to them, which then precipitated an alleged assault at her home. And they covered it all
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Naomi wolf welcome. Thank you so much, Eric. It's wonderful to be with you again. I am so excited about your book. I had the honor of reading it. And endorsing it. Ladies and gentlemen, it is titled the bodies of others, the new authoritarians, COVID-19, and the war against the human. Naomi, you've been on a real journey here in the last couple of years. You've been at the forefront of this spectacularly helping people process the absolute madness and I would say evil of what has been happening. It's just difficult to process because it is unprecedented. None of us has ever seen anything like this. I don't think we thought we'd live to see these things. So in the book, the bodies of others brand new, what is your thesis and how did you come to this place where you saw these things and felt this urgency that you do? Well, thank you. So first I just want to really acknowledge Eric that you were pretty much the first person in a public context that spoke that I spoke with in depth about these issues. And we were both kind of looking around at this mounting illogic unreason horror and having similar reactions to them. So a lot of my ability to think these things through, I really owe a great debt to you because we spoke a few times over the course of kind of the worst of this darkness descending. And it always helped me because you and I come from, in some ways, a similar background. And just having another thoughtful person looking at the abyss was very, very, very useful to me very influential. All right, so the thesis of the book, it's kind of a sequel to my 2008 book, the end of America, which in which I looked at tyrannies in history, whether the tyrants were on the left or on the right, turns out it really didn't much matter. Because they always took the same tense steps. And I warned at that time that we could lose our democracy in the United States. And I kept up the same warnings as you may know, administration after administration, it doesn't matter, left, right, it didn't matter when Obama was droning American citizens. I spoke out against it when he didn't close Guantanamo, I spoke out against it. So I was consistent throughout it's a nonpartisan issue, whether we uphold our constitution or trans partisan issue. So the bodies of others, I really wrote it about this recent past, this current historical moment, 2020 to the present. And about the pandemic, but basically my argument is that. What happened was that a handful of bad actors at a global level, notably tech companies, China, the World Economic Forum, which I thought was a conspiracy theory till I actually read Klaus Schwab's book and listened to his speeches. And it was right there. And using pharma exploited the pandemic in order to recreate the world in a way that was targeted at killing off the human, the human advantage. And what do I mean by that? So I have an unusual bio in that I've been a reporter for 35 years. I've also been a political consultant to a presidential and a vice presidential campaign. So I understand how politics unfolds at that level. And I'm now CEO of a successful tech company. So I realized pretty early on. Certainly when in March of last year, when they started announcing vaccine passports that what these policies did, which are so unscientific was to kill off the things that human beings do better than digital technology. And to recreate a world in which we are not free, our kids are not free, the west is not free, but we have to kind of ask permission of technology to be human. Now that is, it's a brilliant thesis. It's an original and brilliant thesis because when you mention the human in the way that you do, it brings to mind, I guess it's Harold bloom. Who wrote a book called the invention of the human and he's talking about Hamlet and Shakespeare. And it's an interesting thing because it makes us ask the question, why do we care about the human? Why do we care? In other words, if you have a fundamental philosophy that there's no such thing as truth and who particularly cares about anything, who cares about the human, we just care about whatever works. But you seem to presuppose, as I would, the idea that there's something innate, sacred about the human. And that we have to understand it, we have to guard it. And we have this array of tremendously powerful forces, people, institutions, that seem for some reason to be at war with it, whether it's conscious or not. I don't have the stomach to read Schwab's book. But what do you suppose is behind these people? What is their impetus for pushing things that affect the entire world in such a way? I mean, it's really a little bit breathtaking. The ambition..
Naomi Wolf Has Looked at Evil From Every Perspective
"I wrote an essay which is partly in the book that explains just as you were saying earlier that I looked at this evil from every perspective from my whole knowledge base, everything I know about politics at the highest levels, including bad people doing bad things, everything I know about history and I had to reach the conclusion that this was beyond human capability. And that the forces arrayed against humanity, you know, bad people, bad, bad agents, as I spell out on the totally human material plane, but also like levels of sophistication that can't be accounted for. For example, AI is sort of manifestation of this. AI now has the capability to tell a lie around the world and adjust the lie to human inputs in real time.
Naomi Wolf Discusses Her New Book 'The Bodies of Others'
"Right, so the thesis of the book, it's kind of a sequel to my 2008 book, the end of America, which in which I looked at tyrannies in history, whether the tyrants were on the left or on the right, turns out it really didn't much matter. Because they always took the same tense steps. And I warned at that time that we could lose our democracy in the United States. And I kept up the same warnings as you may know, administration after administration, it doesn't matter, left, right, it didn't matter when Obama was droning American citizens. I spoke out against it when he didn't close Guantanamo, I spoke out against it. So I was consistent throughout it's a nonpartisan issue, whether we uphold our constitution or trans partisan issue. So the bodies of others, I really wrote it about this recent past, this current historical moment, 2020 to the present. And about the pandemic, but basically my argument is that. What happened was that a handful of bad actors at a global level, notably tech companies, China, the World Economic Forum, which I thought was a conspiracy theory till I actually read Klaus Schwab's book and listened to his speeches. And it was right there. And using pharma exploited the pandemic in order to recreate the world in a way that was targeted at killing off the human, the human advantage. And what do I mean by that? So I have an unusual bio in that I've been a reporter for 35 years. I've also been a political consultant to a presidential and a vice presidential campaign. So I understand how politics unfolds at that level. And I'm now CEO of a successful tech company. So I realized pretty early on. Certainly when in March of last year, when they started announcing vaccine passports that what these policies did, which are so unscientific was to kill off the things that human beings do better than digital
Naomi Wolf Thanks Eric for His Support While Writing Her New Book
"Naomi wolf welcome. Thank you so much, Eric. It's wonderful to be with you again. I am so excited about your book. I had the honor of reading it. And endorsing it. Ladies and gentlemen, it is titled the bodies of others, the new authoritarians, COVID-19, and the war against the human. Naomi, you've been on a real journey here in the last couple of years. You've been at the forefront of this spectacularly helping people process the absolute madness and I would say evil of what has been happening. It's just difficult to process because it is unprecedented. None of us has ever seen anything like this. I don't think we thought we'd live to see these things. So in the book, the bodies of others brand new, what is your thesis and how did you come to this place where you saw these things and felt this urgency that you do? Well, thank you. So first I just want to really acknowledge Eric that you were pretty much the first person in a public context that spoke that I spoke with in depth about these issues. And we were both kind of looking around at this mounting illogic unreason horror and having similar reactions to them. So a lot of my ability to think these things through, I really owe a great debt to you because we spoke a few times over the course of kind of the worst of this darkness descending. And it always helped me because you and I come from, in some ways, a similar background. And just having another thoughtful person looking at the abyss was very, very, very useful to me very
Naomi Wolf on Living in a Time Where Virtue Is Out of Fashion
"Naomi, look, you and I were in college at a time where I feel like even the concept of virtue was already out of fashion. It was mocked, honor. These things were already being locked in the culturally elite circles where we went, that that's for rubes. That's for people in flyover country to talk about patriotism, or love of country, love of truth. What is truth? That's been percolating for many decades. And this is the fruit. Yeah. You really opened my eyes to that in our early conversation, the you're right. And I do think that the CCP has had a profound impact on college campuses. There's Institutes called Confucius Institutes that were opened across the country. I'm sure you've spoken about that before. And I see the impact on our curriculum and it's making me rethink everything, like feminism, feminism should be about embracing women's role in every aspect of our lives, including maternity and family. And in the west, it's been distilled down to just abortion, right? Well, that's kind of a satanic and Marxist way to look at this complex issue of how women can be free. And there's so many examples. You know, you and I talked about deconstruction and how it strips poetry of meaning and it strips literature of meaning and its trips these are culture of dimensional meaning, human meaning. Will this escalate it and I really tease this out in the bodies of others where I look at what got targeted culturally and what got targeted in terms of faith, culture makes us strong in cultures where the western values of the lessons about morality and honor and meaning get transmitted. Well, culture got targeted. You know, you could go to a liquor store, you could go to a pot store in some states, you couldn't go to the theater, you couldn't go to hear a concert, you know, you couldn't hear Mozart in a group of human
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Family. It looks a little different for everyone. For some, it's mom and dad. For others, roommates who feel like family. And for others, it's your significant other, their golfing buddies, your children, a high school soccer team starting lineup and oh look, they're all taking you up on the offer to stay for dinner. Really testing the limits of that phrase, the more the merrier. But no matter where you call home, Geico makes it easy to bundle and save on home and car insurance. Easier than making three frozen pizzas and assorted frozen veggies into a cohesive meal. Folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show, sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host, Eric the Texas. Hey there folks. Welcome to Tuesday, Albin. I'd like to welcome you to Tuesday. Yes, and our three year anniversary of being on TBN on the TBN network every weekend every Friday. People all across country when I'm speaking some place come up to me and say, I love your show. And I'm like, which show? What are you talking about? That's right. And usually they say, well, TBN. It's on the mug. I watch you on TBN every weekend. I want to tell you before we get too far here. In both hours today, I'm speaking to my Yale classmate, class 84 at Naomi wolf. Naomi Wolfe and I differ pretty dramatically on a lot of things, but she has been an absolute hero when it comes to vaccine mandates when it comes to just the tremendously wicked globalist agenda. The fact that someone as brilliant as she is on top of this and is talking about this and has written a book about it, I just, it gives me a lot of hope folks gives me a lot of three great people out of Yale. Eric, Naomi, and John Smyrna. Yeah. So there you go. It's kind of crazy. For that reason alone, Yale should be in. No, but it's so it's just so anyway. I just want to say we're talking to Naomi wolf today. She's got a new book coming out. We've got a number of other things to talk about. This weekend, I'm going to be in Colorado Springs with Sean Foyt. Yesterday he was at Disney world in Orlando. They have a thousand people to protest Disney's pro grooming agenda, not that there's anything wrong with that. They were all dressed as Mickey too. That's the amazing and. I'm going to be with him this weekend Colorado Springs in boulder, Colorado, or is it cholera? And also 2000 mules, I think, is opening up in theaters across the country. It's fascinating to me that it has taken us this long, but the word is getting out. There are people that are so infuriated by the idea of Trump that I don't think they care or they're going to look at a film like 2000 meals and just try to find excuses not to buy it. And who really seem to believe this is what I find interesting because this is kind of how we make decisions in life. If you know dinesh, if you know Catherine engelbrecht, if you know the folks behind this, you know the one thing these people are not are liars and grifters and people to just do anything and say anything. But if you hate what they're putting forth, you have to see them that way. And so that's what a lot of the criticism is, that they just make it seem like dinesh doesn't care about anything except making a buck and I think to myself, folks, you better be right. And by the way, you're wrong. There's plenty of people making a buck off the lie. This is the truth. Go to Salem now dot com. That's where you can see the movie, Salem now dot com. Thank you for mentioning that because I always forget Salem now dot com. But it amazes me, honestly, how, you know, what you just said, how much money people are making off of lies, untruths, garbage. This is something where I think he does a brilliant job in putting out what he has seen. Anyway, I'm just so proud of him in the team. We're going to have Catherine engelbrecht on the program to talk more about that. I just want to be clear that everybody in America has to understand what happened. You really have to see it. When you see it, if you didn't get it before, you're going to be angry because you're going to say this can't happen in America. This isn't supposed to happen in America. I love how he titled a 2000 mules. That's more interesting and intriguing than those stolen election. That's the musical. No, that's right. 2000 mules. And of course, there are many, many more than 2000, but they used, you know, all this. So we're also going to have this weak Michelle bachmann. Another hero. My goodness. Congresswoman Michelle bachmann, talking about this seems unreal. But it's not. The idea that Joe Biden's administration would cede sovereignty. The U.S. sovereignty with regard to medical issues to the World Health Organization. This is something out of a novel. It seems impossible. It is as sick as anything as evil as anything. I think the grab the desperation of the globalists of the Marxist left is so strong that they are now overplaying their hand, they're doing absolutely everything. I don't know if today, for example, roe V wade will officially be overturned. We thought it would be yesterday. Somebody said today, the point is, very soon, this is going to happen. And the left is apoplectic. They are absolutely enraged. And something like this could have found out that every James Bond movie now is being classified as a documentary. That was funny. Albin. Thank you. Just because I didn't laugh. Doesn't mean that I don't think that that was your last insight down deep inside. Way, way down. In my unconscious..
Biden Heads to Buffalo... But Never Visited Waukesha
"Mean, look at the headline and Rolling Stone. This is an actual headline. From Rolling Stone, the buffalo shooter isn't alone wolf. He's a mainstream Republican. He's a main stream Republican. And then, of course, the headline Biden headed to buffalo. Biden had to walk a Shaw diddy. He didn't go to walk a show Wisconsin when a black supremacist who hates white people, wanted to murder a bunch of white Christmas parade goers. I guess his schedule was a little filled, then maybe he was worried about COVID then. Maybe he was just concerned about catching COVID. Had nothing to do with the optics of a black man murdering white people, but he likes the optics of a white man murdering black people. I hate my cynicism.
Grizzlies rally past Wolves 114-106 to reach 2nd round
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Filmmaker Allen Wolf's Biggest Influences Growing Up
Allen Wolf's 'The Sound of Violet' Sounds Like a Joke, But It's Not
"Books I'm talking to the filmmaker Alan wolf, Alan wolf is also my friend and the film is the sound of violet. Okay, for folks just tuning in, Alan, you're the director, the producer you wrote this. It's been a long journey. Give people the 22nd pitch. What is this film about? This film is a romantic comedy about a man who thinks he found his perfect soulmate, but his autism keeps him from realizing that she's actually a prostitute. And she's looking for a ticket out of her trapped life. No seriously. We're on the air, please. Honestly, but because I know you have known you for so long and because of your sense of humor, it sounds like the kind of thing that you would say as a joke. But obviously, this is really, but it's an amazing thing that you were able to pull this off.
Allen Wolf's Latest Film Is a Quirky Rom-Com With a Christian View
Director Allen Wolf Discusses His New Film 'The Sound of Violet'
"They're very few people. That cracked me up instantly. And I hate it because I have no control over myself. I just get like a goofy idiot. Alan wolf, who is my friend, is one of those people. He's a filmmaker. He's got a film coming out this week, Alan wolf, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me, great to be here. I'm gonna try to have a substantive conversation with you and not just get really stupid and jokey because that's what happens. How many years I've known you for like 25 years? Yes. Yes, more than the age of my kids, my marriage, a long time. Well, way before that. Way, way before that. I think I knew you before I was married. Yeah. That's true. So for a quarter of a century and you're a filmmaker and you have a film coming out, this Friday. This Friday, my Friends. I can't believe it. I want everyone to get all these facts. So my friend Alan wolf, tell us the film is the sound of violet. What is this film? This film is a romantic comedy about a man who thinks he found his perfect soulmate, but his autism keeps him from realizing that she's actually a prostitute. Looking for a dead sounds like something you would make up as a joke. But it's actually true. That is the truth. He doesn't realize that she's looking for a ticket out of her chop life, but the movie has an anti trafficking message as part of it as well. It's been called a more serious take on pretty woman, but yeah, it just feels like you allow your crying. Okay, so it's called the sound of violet and no joke folks. This is the premise of it is that the protagonist, what is his name in the sound of violet Shawn? Okay, Sean is what we say on the spectrum, but it's not just Asperger's. He actually has functional autism. Yes, that's correct. Asperger's usually means they're at the high functioning part of the spectrum and that's him. He's high functioning. Okay. So this protagonist because he doesn't pick up like a lot of people if they have autism or aspergers, they don't pick up social clues. So he does not pick up that this woman, this young woman actually is a prostitute.
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
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Towns, T-wolves rebound to even series with Grizzlies at 2
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"wolf c. h l" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Their foe car. We've got a segment. Yeah i think we're going to call these new segments what we're watching. Www end we're going to talk about how we're going to talk about when we go home and we wanna relax. Yeah and we turn on the boob tube. What are we watching now. I've been watching brit box. Which is on amazon prime. I guess but before we get into that album you wrote something. Talk about what you just wrote because i want. I wrote a book review of voting block. Men's great book balkam his great book faultline line about the crt and the social justice and the church's involvement and all that craziness. I wrote a book review. That's going to appear this weekend. On american greatness can create an greatness dot com am greatness dot com american greatness. Okay yes so real gap. We'll talk about next week. Okay yes vote. He balcony all right. So what we're watching so it's interesting my life has changed since cove it i never used to do streaming deal but now it's almost exclusively streaming unless i'm watching turner classic movies i love turner classic movies. They always have great stuff on there. But but as you know Britain there's brit breitbart and they've got tons of good stuff on there yesterday or whatever it was. I can't remember when it was. But i saw something i'm flipping around and i saw. I happen to know that George simion. He was a like in the fifties and sixties. He was detective writer. Lived in paris and he wrote these books about about an inspector. Margaret margaret margaret. I don't know but anyway the point is that i saw that. There was a bbc series. Starring rhone atkinson. He plays mr bean. Yeah so this. Is mr bean in a totally serious role right totally. And he's very good but we watched the first episode and based on the first episode of thing. I'm not gonna watch any more episodes because it was actually oddly off like it was sorta good. I wonder if people will watch this episode. What's it's called like. Maigret sell greet What is it. It's my gray mccray. Ma gret mcgrady's sets a trap or something. That's the first episode. And this is starring role next on the bbc. But it was so weird. There were a couple of things in it. That didn't make sense. Like i thought that's just bad writing or something but it was so odd. It wasn't bad but it just wasn't good enough that i thought i'm gonna watch more in the series. Yeah but. I'm just curious if anybody. Because i never used to watch detective stuff. Yeah but this is good because it's period stuff like who doesn't want to be in paris in the fifties kind of cool Anyway by the way in. And i watch almost exclusively detective stuff on either brit box or acorn. Tv acheive even heard of acorn. Yeah acorn tv. It's also brady should so it is but what he wants box like. I'm curious well. I think the stranger we just watched that harling corbin's thing which was really a great little mystery. They had some problems with the script. I think but the ending was really kinda sad. I was expecting the ending to be so sad. It stuck with me. What happened to disguise wife. You keep spoil it for everyone. Well good well not necessarily but it's it's a little bit of a san anyway but the ruin atkinson. It was this weird. It was just it was. It's fascinating to watch something. And to think i mean i think the night before we'd watch knives out which is a film and it was really well done like it just kept your tension every second. I thought this is why. I think we won an oscar or something i mean it. It's just one of these films. You just go. Whoever made that this is all discredit log. Great stars in the sudan. But we saw. But but it's interesting. 'cause i was looking because i'm a writer and i was looking at the the writing on this Margret series whatever. It was this first episode. I just thought it took too long to kind of pull you in Like it was kind of paced slowly. Yeah and then there was a key piece about the the this woman who's attacked by this guy trying to kill her and she ripped off a piece of his clothing. Yeah they never went back to that. It was the most bizarre thing even when they actually found the suit to say yes. This was the one they. Unless i missed it but if you missed it. Hey that's on me man but it was just bizarre anyway. Hey we're at time. lucky you..
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"It it works. Check it out Folks welcome back. I'm talking to naomi wolf now me before we continue. I want to play cards on the table. You are you said. I am not an anti vaccine like we have to say does. I'm not a wife beater. I just wanna be clear like we always have to we all we have to do this but let me just be clear. I'm not a racist. Let me make that clear. It's so stupid right here. We are trying to have a conversation. But we've been bullied into this kind of defensive crouch it's it's it's it's a defensive crouch and it's offensive to me that we have been put into that position but i just want to be clear. Say you're not any vaccine. You are lifelong democrat Feminist you wrote a whole book with vagina in the title right okay. That was the title the title. I've not ridden in such books just to be clear. Put my cards on the table. But you know you're somebody that you're you're an original thinker you care about these things you care about your family your kid and so you you do your research and then you actually talk about it. And many people have been cowed into silence and that to me again as an americans deeply offensive. So thank you for for talking about this. Being a voice of reason you just sharing how there are risks. Another words you said if you're obese. Whatever it is yes maybe get it to be safe but if you're not the risks might outweigh getting it. So don't get the vaccine. That's why i'm not getting it. I'm telling everybody. I know i wouldn't get it because i don't even know what the risks are. So where are we on this whole risk thing. Getting blood clots. You don't even know we can't even talk about. Yeah i will speak to the risks. But before i do i really want like pushback clearly. Okay i take it as kind of a core philosophical position that i should not tell anyone what to do with their body as a feminist that is absolutely fundamental and one of the tragedies of this time is that i've seen feminists on the left. Lose that core principle that your body is a sacred thing for you to decide about and no one else. So i'm not going to help people take it or don't take it. I'm also not a medical doctor. As a journalist and as a citizen. I believe in informed consent and also having read actually a book about the nazi doctors and how that nazi era used medicine and health to marginalized people to coerce people to cow people and to create a category of people who are second class citizens and then ultimately life unworthy of life. I see very scary things whenever society says when the federal government says you know i'm gonna take your body and do something with in. These bodies can have more rights than these other bodies that is categorically back but having said that your body your choice that said there is a lot of data that anyone i love. I hope that they turn to and think about before they make this decision. One of the databases. I encourage everyone to look at is called v. e. r. s. It's only one to ten percent of adverse reactions. That's eight years and it shows eleven thousand deaths at this point subsequent to you can't yet say do too closely subsequent to the The vaccines for chronic virus. But it shows a bunch of other other things that are not okay to me as a journalist. One thing that's not okay. Is i'm gonna say this again and again even though twitter d platforming youtube is going to be for me. I will go to my grave saying this as a woman and the mother daughter a daughter and step mother of another daughter. It has no category for women's health issues and hundreds of women are reporting Menstrual dysregulation of a severe kind. And i don't mean to like you talk about anything. That shouldn't be talked about over over a breakfast table. But when you've got just as adults when you've got women saying i'm having to periods in a twenty eight day cycle or my cycle lasted a month or many mini super weird accounts of women long post menopause resuming bleeding after being vaccinated. I have not heard that. Are you kidding. oh. I wish. I was kidding. Overdose menopausal women menstruating. But isn't this the point. Ao me the fact that we're not hearing about this or not supposed to talk about this. I thought honestly people have to get angry. It's offensive in the united states of america. When people tell you what you can and cannot talk about. It is deeply offensive and epa. Push back. they deserve to be pushed around. Folks you've got to behave like your free because you actually are frequently. So you're telling me something. I'd not heard before well i wanted to reinforce that. Even more the importance of women speaking out about these things when i started reporting on the hundreds of accounts of severe menstrual dysregulation in super weird bleeding Matt gaetz got tasked with going onto twitter. Cnn media matters to say naomi wolf is bonkers raising this. Okay and then. I guess i think of him as a good guy. He generally another words. What who who task him with that. I'm just. This is surprising to me janine again. We can't know who tasks the twitter spokesperson with going to my employers the guardian and other outlets right for to say that i was not critical but i sat from from big tech. I don't expect that from somebody. In congress who heretofore no different matt gets gets their their two names that sound very similar. Not the congressman. This is the the commentator. Thank the lord. Because i thought just bizarre. Cnn commentator suddenly makes sense. Yeah so these big news outlets are getting you know..
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"These are people that they don't care about values they don't really believe in these values and they're just kind of drifting along and they understand what they need to say but it is. It is particularly horrifying. I'm normally talking to conservatives about the republicans who are less than than useless But are there. Is there anybody in the democratic party. Who understands the threat to every american. I mean are any anybody that you're in touch. When and how i mean it's interesting i spoke i hear from people But they're scared you know and and these are different people in the journalists who are professionally scared. These are people around me who are starting to realize. Something's terribly wrong aren't an existential crisis. I talked to dave rubin. Yesterday and he's journeyed away from liberalism to conservatism. And as i was talking to my started to tear up. Because i was realizing this is like an exile a psychological exile and i think i think many people from the left are in that kind of existential crisis but i don't think they're brave enough especially now. I think it's easier to be brave. Honestly if you're libertarian or conservative right now against these things than if you're in the tent because there's i'm hearing things. I'm talking about nineteen thirty-three again and hearing things from intelligent left leftists and liberals thoughtful educated. People that i never thought here in my life like. Don't send me information. You know like i don't wanna know. I don't wanna see the peer reviewed studies that contradict. What the spokes. People are saying. don't you know or sentences like don't you know that most experts don't agree with you you know. Most experts didn't agree with galileo. Most experts didn't agree with abolitionists. You know like that's how history moves it. Look that's that's the point. That's exactly the point. I've written about kelly when my the book coming out in the fall and it's comedy because galileo. Everybody thinks it was the church. Actually it wasn't the church aristoteles in the universities. And it's kind of complicated but the issue is. They refused to look through his telescopes because they knew that if they look so be clear about so they refused so they they scorned the telescope. They scorn the whole thing. They had to make fun of him in the way that they have to make fun of anyone whom they don't like and they think well. I don't have an argument so i'll just say you're a big at your racist. You're this you're that you're a trump supporter. Whatever they need to us because the arguments have fled. They have no arguments. But that's a chilling moment. It's eight eight hundred terrifying terrible things happen. As highness said where they burned books soon they will burn people. I hope tiny. You'll correct me if it was kinda. Actually it's funny. Because when i discovered that quote i thought this was a hundred years this the german poet heinrich who wrote this one hundred years before the nazis. Wow yeah it's it's a terrifying moment. And i'm actually getting chills talking about it because you see it in public discourse like when people came at me or you know matt gets. Cnn they keep saying she's bonkers but they don't refute my arguments they don't they're scared me and i keep inviting them to debate me and they won't do it right. It's all invective seeing this in mainstream media. Not just with me but with important news. Stories rand paul. Did the right thing in asking daughter found she whether he wanted to retract what he said. In claiming it not funded gain of function research. The evidence is in. I mean we talked about it. I was d platform for it. You know rampal has it in his dossier so many scientists can attest to it. It's on the h. Website they've funded gain of function research and instead of addressing are asking questions of dr fetchy. Msnbc and cnn and all these new sites were like he's so wacko he so out there you know let's talk about This pop star. Who's eighteen who we can get on in mccurry with you. I mean it is not a mature democracy more in when people start calling names instead of engaging with the evidence or debate You're not heading toward to tell telltale your into talibanism and then and then anyone can be other is in anything can happen like this is where when you have the enlightenment in europe debate in your grounded in facts you have to have policy. That is restrained by fats. It can't go too far. Someone will say. Where's the evidence this is crazy. And that's why we keep how we keep coming back from the brink right like you know with the communist witch hunts and so on you know. Where's the evidence. Where's the evidence or any craziness like people go off the rails in in in in national leadership all the time but when the enlightenment says you need to provide the evidence or we need to scrutinize it you get hearings you get trials you get watergate you get the pentagon papers and so on. Now we're in a time where any kind of corruption or brutality can take place people can be disappeared right and and everyone will just say well. That's ridiculous or she's a wacko who says that And that's what you and i are experiencing i. We're silenced right or even rand. Paul is kind of being silenced marginalized to just a few outlets in ends in whatever evidence you know can be brought forward is discounted because they don't wanna look in the telescope while rand paul i have to say he is one of the tiny handful of heroes out there today and he will be president of the united states by the grace of god at some point. He is the kind of person we need. And i was astonished at the way. Fao she responded were or didn't respond. Let let let's be blunt. I think she is scared to death. He knows he could go to jail. He could be threatened with jail time. He could be as vilified in american culture as he has been lionised. He could be dr death when this stuff comes out so the idea to my mind. Is that these. People have used their power to play this game hoping the clock would run out and they would never be discovered. I think they're in for rude. Awakening i pray that that's the case we're gonna be right back talking to neo me wolf. Don't go away A let's before we turn to naomi wolf while and then we're going to get the john's mayor. We have an important announcement we just discovered. At least i just discovered seconds ago by albin that our neutral medics discount. When you use the code eric they changed it from twenty to thirty percent but somehow it got messed up so people trying it today or yesterday would not have gotten the thirty percent. We use code eric. So we want you to know now. It is back to thirty percent. They've extended through this week. Ladies and gentlemen take advantage of this because this is not normal. This is not some game. we're playing They did this as a special thing. because we were kicked off of youtube and they said they want to bless our audience. Thirty percent off. If you use the code. Eric and that's through friday night midnight eastern time. Okay friday night tomorrow. Night thirty percent than say the weekends. So this is like. There's no time if you thought of of going there look twenty percent. Discount is great to begin.
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"It is today. It's an all yale panel. Uh-huh eric metaxas four. Naomi wolf class of eighty four. John's mirror at class of eighty six. I think yeah and and then monday y'all ass of a class of like i don't know five minutes ago but i the idea that in spite of the marxist indoctrination and cultural pressure at a place like yale yeah nonetheless people could escape the system or gulag as it. Were and be free thinkers. It's an extraordinary thing so in a couple of minutes we're talking to naomi wolf. She's the one. I blame her for us. Getting kicked off of youtube. Oh that was right. She blames me for getting me kicked off so we're gonna talk to her about that but i'm not kidding. She's the reason sort of you'll see yeah and Which means that a feather in her cap and and then we got some your act but we gotta talk about a number of things here. Okay first of all. I want to say where. I'm going to be going tomorrow and the next couple of weeks. I'm traveling a lot these days. You are but i'm getting paid less because whenever you have a book coming out you lower your your fee because you you wanted you know you want to promote the book. So i have is atheism. Dead is is coming out. So i'm just travelling constantly and if you wanna know where i will be You could just call my parents. Actually they don't know nobody knows you have.
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"Treasure island that sort of thing. John even as a even as a younger guy read lot histories biographies but we both. We both like good. You know western west. one day. John came with this book in colorado school library. Because these off. I read this season you know. It's a western in space. It's a western space. And and that was that was how he categorizes. And you know. I think back on. It was a western spaciousness space. Opera -gratulations on on space vulture. I think it's great and The i mean. I'll you know. Hey there's a sequel plan. I say go go for it. No question about roger rabbit. I mean what can you say. That's that's a classic. Now you can rent a dvd or you can also get the books. I mean you can. You can experience some both media level. That's right that's right. So i mean there's also there's He existed both ralph's and That's the beauty of it. One doesn't replace the other just there together. So that's the nice thing but but thank you. I really appreciate It's great talking to both of you. continued success with this set. Thanks for Thanks for your time. I really appreciate it. Besides thanking gary. I want to thank patty garcia and also sam cutler of chore forge publicity definitely check out their website space vulture dot com. You can pick up autograph copy of the book there. I'll the next sifi talk..
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages
"Very well. He said pulling up his sleeve trust and trust alike. He thrust his arm into the great wolf's mouth all the way up to his forearm fundraiser. Didn't bite him yet but his teeth were baird and ready. Cheer oden said looking at his son. They both knew the wolf was right. It was a trap but they both also knew that. This was the only way left unchecked. The wolf would only keep growing until he ate the world. This was the only way to stop him and tear was willing. Let's test it tier said. Thor used his magic hammer and slammed the whole deep into the spine of the world. Odin took the magic rope and tied one end to the earth. And the other two fen rear leg okay. He said all set or gave his leg a mighty kick and the magic silk just flexed with him. He put tears hand in one side of his mouth and bit the rope with the other but the silk just slid around his mighty teeth growing angry and growling deep in his throat. Like an earthquake. He began to claw and thrash and pull as hard as he could. Trees were flattened and the ground was split and stones were shattered but the silk held on without a mark he nuff. The wolf growled around tears arm. It's a good chain. Or even i can't break it. Now release me. The gods all stood together and look deep into fen rears. Blood red is no. They said the wolf howled realizing he'd been tricked his jaws snap shut and in one gulp. He swallowed tears. Hand whole the. God staggered back. His body healed in an instant. But with the wolf's magic even tear couldn't re-grow a hand odin and thor caught him and together they flew back to asgard behind them fenris or howled in rage and thrashed around his island but nothing he could do would set him free. The hungry wolf was finally bound and he would stay safely tied up forever. The norse gods and goddesses loved tear even more for what he had done. It hadn't been easy thing. But the heroic god had surrendered his hand to save the world to celebrate his sacrifice. They named one of the days of the week after him and though the pronunciation has changed some over the years we still have tears day or tuesday every single week the end today story binding. The wolf was an adaptation of enor- smith written for you by daniel hines and performed for you..
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages
"Right away so our grunted. This is heavy even for me. Oh well up. We go using the magic of his hammer. Thor flew to the surface the mighty chain trailing in clanging behind him like an endless metal midgard serpent they found fenris or on a beach by the atlantic ocean. It had only been a week but had grown. Even more than they would have thought possible the giant wolf was now the size of a warship and he was making a meal of a colossal blue wail back. Again he growled our last chain failed. Oden said we were hoping you'd let us test another fan. Rear stopped his feast blubber in his for and trained his red eyes on the massive links of chain. I am strongest. he said. try me. Thor heff did the chain and they fastened it to fend warriors leg. They stood back. Sure that this time would work. The wolves kicked his leg and the chain rattled and clanked but held strong. It's working bellowed. Thor let's go get a drink. Wait a minute said tier send rear chuckled and the wolves laugh was like a deep grading noise. They could feel in their bellies Good for i. He said but brad shane. He turned and bit the binding. His evil teeth sank through the iron links like butter and the chain fell to pieces at his feet. Maybe next time he growled and then he turned back to his wale. The gods retreated back underground. The land of the dwarves grumbling and looking over their shoulders the entire way. What now raged for smashing a part of boulder with his hammer. Loki has let this beast loose on the world. And what can we do about it. We've made the biggest chain in all the world said tier else. Can we do. As they argued among the hammers and furnaces and workers at their forges a stout dwarf approached them he was short and broad even for a dwarf with hugely muscled arms and shrewd is under a sit stained brow. I've heard what you're after he said. And you're going about it the wrong way. And who are you snarled. Thor.
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages
"They knew that ferrier would only grow more dangerous and they couldn't trust low key or the witch of the ironwood to stop him if they were going to keep the monstrous wolf from devouring the entire world. They knew they needed to lock him away where he couldn't hurt anyone. The problem was that the wolf was already too big too strong and far too vicious. He would cut through a rope with the blink of his. I am any normal chain would snap like a chicken bone with his slightest poll. Sons said odin. Can we do the brute to mighty for us to hold. I tried to slay him said thor scowling at his magic hammer. But that wolf is too tough. I can level mountains. But i don't think he even felt it. I'm the only one who will feed him anymore said tier and even i'd rather not get too close. Odin sat for a time in deep thought. His one good eye twinkling with magic. Well he said there's nothing else to do. We must lock fenris or the wolf away. Before he swallows the sun from the sky on the grass from the ground and everything in between but we have nothing strong enough to bind him said for But the dwarves will said odin together the three went deep underground to the home of the dwarves it smelled a fire and metal and coal and the music of hammers on steel and stone ranked through the halls day and night. They found a door blacksmith and told him of their challenge and he made them a strong chain. The links were each as big as an anchor thicker around then thors mighty bicep and only he could carry it sank. You said hopefully this shall bind the wolf. I hope so said the dwarf if he hits the surface world won't be long before he finds us here and swallows that's to the gods return to the surface and found fen rear feasting on an entire flock of sheep. The dread wolf was the size of a house now and he growled as they approached. Luckily he remembered how tear had fed him as a pup and didn't bite right away or do you want. He growled for even though he was a wolf. He was a child of low key and the giant witch and had learned to speak from their magic..
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on Latino USA
"This week. President joe biden was inaugurated as the forty-six president of the united states high on his legislative agenda our promises to reform the country's immigration system and to attempt to undo donald trump's most controversial policies. One of those policies is the migrant protection protocols known as mpp or the remain in mexico policy under the program established in january of two thousand nineteen nearly sixty eight thousand asylum seekers have been ordered to wait in mexico as their asylum. Cases make their way through the us system. The weight can often take years now and it can often be deadly in fact. That's what i witnessed last year. When latino usa visited what is in mexico's northern border and later on by chula play on the southern border with what they ma. I was there to meet with asylum seekers who were living in shelters and in parks on the streets and with mexican government officials who denied working with the united states on immigration policy even when we were witnessing taking place right in front of our eyes obvious. Personas or younger is on the atari camels in this mid-quarter does theocro will see ten people today number. Nineteen thousand four hundred and twenty eight mexican official calls this out to a large room. Does the person holding the number approaches the official to say that they're here. What those interested in you know what of those interested in a mexican officials won't admit on the record that they're managing the list. They know that working with the us on this would be controversial in our two part series. The moving border we broke down the ways that mexico had become integral in trump's plan to build the border wall. Even if the actual border wall was a paper one built on seemingly impenetrable policies the asylum seekers met in mexico shared heroin stories of crime and abuse and vulnerability and desperation both at the hands of criminals and the police and authorities while waiting in border towns and all of this coupled with the fear of being deported by the country that was supposed to be offering them protection after mexico boasted about its highest number ever of deportations in two thousand nineteen a group of mexican researchers and migrant advocates set out to document just how extensive involvement has been between the united states and mexico and how this collaborative effort allows policies like the remain in mexico program to flourish. Their research is published in a new report titled in la boca the logo in the mouth of the wolf and it was released last month. Our guest today join us from mexico. City there alesia manga. Who's a human rights investigator at the foundation for justice and the democratic state of law and gretchen. Kunar who's director of the institute for women in migration and welcome alycia and gretchen to let new usa. Thank you so much maria. So the both of you were part of a group of mexican. Researchers that led an investigation into the lasting effects of this so-called remain in mexico program which essentially forces asylum seekers to wait in mexico even though they're actually seeking asylum in the united states. Why was it so important for you to look into this issue right now where maria day. Us mexico have been pushing migrant policies against the mosque wallner rabble people in our region people who are running for danger that they face in their home countries people who are seeking for international protection so they can stay alive in this report we command how the us mexico join decleration and a migration agreement as well as the remaining mexico program are happy. Human effects in terms of human rights violations against asylum-seekers sewn up these seats on states have been recognized as the most violent places mexico. Like komo leap as places where the us department does not recommend. Americans see the sense basis in district board. We document cases off violence in serious crimes against a people such as more dirt kidnapping disappearance and multiple forms of gender violence. The mexican government had promised a temporary permission for people to remain mexico as well as the rights to jobs health and indications while date await the outcomes of their asylum process but has not fulfilled these commitments so literally. They are in the most off the wall. What kind of danger are we talking about when we're talking about these refugees being level level. So we've had case says you know people who are in mpp and <hes>. Many of the cases that we've represented the people have been kidnapped <hes>. We had a young girl who was sexually assaulted and some people have even been murdered. The title of the document comes from a direct quote from one of the asylum-seekers that we interviewed. And i think that he was talking about the situation at that time. In where people were being sent back and literally from immigration offices in mexico they were being sent to a bus station and the kidnappers. Were there waiting for them. And what happens is that people are taken to <hes>. Homes in remote places and then their family members in the united states are contacted and so we started collecting. Some videos and audio tapes of the families would take any of the kidnappers talking to them and telling where to send the money.
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Wolf C. H L A and a insist it's safe to bring kids in for vaccines. Jennifer Jones, Lee Ko Phi News and a winery in Burbank has been caught up in covert 19 regulation confusion when Burbank a lot of restaurants to expand on the same Fernando Road. It was hit for Urban Press Winery did it for two weekends in a row. It was The spectacular owner, Giovanni Di Andrea, says his business was getting close to pre pandemic revenues. And then he went to formalize this permit to serve alcohol. L, a county have shut down all the wine. He's tasting rooms, breweries and distilleries. It's a step stricter than state rules and now the street in front of urban press. It's empty. His bars up the block have tables teeming with customers. A wine bar is a lot to stay open, but not a winery tasting in bourbon, Chris and Carl. Okay, fine news for the latest on businesses open and closed across, okay. Got our website. And if I am 6 40 dot com Keyword open So Cal Weather from Ko Phi slightly warmer weekend forecast for you Eyes in the seventies along the coast eighties in the Metro areas, upper eighties and nineties in the valleys and desserts Right now 64 in Sherman Oaks, 60 Foreign Downey. It's also 64 in Braila. And in Irvine. We lead local from KF eyes, 24 hour news room. I'm Bill Seward. New questions Santo and on the north side of the pot, Just past Main Street. All lines are stopped The moment that's got you, Jim's back to 17th Street and South Lay still working on a problem north and south of the 1 10 in Florence crash in the left lane there has you slow starting in Manchester, and all lanes closed on the 1 10 both directions through Highland Park via Marisol to York Boulevard. Caltrans work till around seven o'clock in the morning, Take Monterey Road or Figueroa instead. And in Chino on the westbound side of 60 Reservoir of 57. Caltrans has two left lanes. Judge until 9 a.m. Hey, if I and the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Robert. Bucky. Major body Conway here. Do you have APPA phobia? Fear? Perhaps a body lays an app on you. And he's got the greatest thing in the world. And it always sucks this exactly the opposite..
"wolf c. h l" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"Can be challenging. It was for everyone around me. I was your garden variety. Rebel with DOC MARTIN'S A chip on my shoulder and love for mischief. It wasn't till I ended up on a farm in Vermont that they understood my context to the rest of the world and it took me being immersed in nature to comprehend my relationship to other people and to the universe for every team listening today. I feel your pain being cooped up at home and for every parent okay. Give a teen right now. I have the same advice trying to escape. Even if it's for quick breath of fresh at this week I talked to Doniger Martha God who at fifteen left a note for her mom that she was taking off for the entire summer and back in the full that hitchhiking adventure was only the beginning of a quest that led Doniger to tracking wolves in Alaska. Doniger now runs a regenerative farm in California with family and is the author of dawn again tracking. The wisdom of the wild and the just released book will fail. Finding myself in the wild doniger has also featured in the upcoming movie. Kiss THE GROUND. I catch up with mismarked God to hear her amazing story firsthand. Donga where are you right now? I am in. Half Moon Bay California on our home ranch and It's right right on the coast in between San Francisco and Santa Cruz and it must be. I mean it's a stunning beautiful day. Must feel very kind of remote and isolated from the rest of civilization. Yeah on the ranch and out in nature it's just spring is in full bloom right now. The wild flowers are incredible. The Morning Birdsong. And it feels like when we're out here. There's a huge celebration of life and considering the Horrific things that the world is going through I feel that nature's very resilient and we will make it through this and the journey that brought you to this place is amazing it starts with you in Snoqualmie up and beautiful pot of Washington state in the cascades falling off a horse. Tell us about that experience. It was during a time when I began to question my role in life. Those teenage years where You're beginning to rebel and figure out your own identity and Where you WanNa go with your life and it just sort of woke me up and so I was thrown off my horse when I was getting ready to compete and I was knocked unconscious. And there's this whole segment of my life that I can't recall and during that time I had this experience where I was out of my body looking down at my body in the hospital bed and feeling just this incredible piece and seeing the beauty around me in this sort of alternate reality and after I had that experience things really changed for me and it was during that time that I started noticing more. And maybe these things are all around me. But I started noticing more life that was abundant around me but would also come about show itself in certain times and that were. I couldn't describe it other than synchronicity than just decided to go and he wrote this note deal. Mom saying mom. Don't worry about me. I'll be alright. I'll be back before school starts love Doniger and you just hit it off your sister and a friend had of that occurred you at the time to just feel like I gotta get out of here at felt like wow. This was an opportunity to go on an adventure and do something other than what were sort of programmed to do which is go to school. Get a degree get a job. Enter into the workforce and at that time that wasn't my passions were not being ignited So I was looking for a way for my passions to be ignited and also just to figure out what was out there in the world and it was a very rebellious thing to do and I hope my kids never do that but it showed me a lot of things that were not very positive it could have been really detrimental to my to my future and I'm just thankful I must have had some someone watching over me that I made it safe through putting myself into dangerous situations. I mean I feel very comfortable putting myself in to survival experiences in nature and other things in nature however when it comes to humans I have lost. My trust sounded really exciting. And you know doing things like dumpster diving for all the food you needed but at the same time you assaulted. They really wanted to share that part of my journey because in particular. There's so many young adults out there. Teenagers that go down a really dark path and they their form of rebellion might be sex or drugs and I wanted to share that. That's not always The smart thing to do. And there's other ways that you can feel what it is you're searching for and you can experience life without putting yourself in those types of experiences and doing the things to your body that could be irreversible