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"caribbean africa" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Half dozen primes over the two years. We've had our okay okay. We have as far as if we're dealing with just presumed diagnosis of allergies. And there's a lot of different ways we can go here. I personally always liked to get some sampling from the area because if we have any kind of yeast infection or bacterial infection on top of things. even prentice own isn't going to be enough to tackle that But some of the better allergy therapies. We can try if you're really interested in this. We can get into things like allergy testing and getting a pet on allergy shots to help prevent some of the signs of the itching the licking chewing all of that There's also a wonderful medicine called cyclosporin that i use for a lot of dogs that have chronic problems. Especially when prednisone own doesn't do enough So that might be an option that we can get all of those different directions. And then a good fatty acids supplement into the food And then the venison diet that you're using. I'm assuming you're not using other treats or snacks goodies along with that. I wasn't for like the past year. And then we just what some milk bone. Okay because you know which would that does then right if we're on a special diet a diet that you're spending extra money on and you give treats or snacks table food or anything. You're just flushing money down the toilet because a hypoallergenic diet does no good. If we still have other foodstuffs in the diet that can interfere with that so We really want to be sincere about giving it a good effort on that van venison based diet. You need eliminate all those other things burger king and ordering the biggest burger they hadn't and get into diet coke right nothing wrong with that but yes calories. That's the that's the wrong thing to do. And it's the same way with food food allergies and food trial so if we really want to be very strict and give it the best one for the money you need to really be faithful with that and you can even try. Maybe looking into different way of doing a food allergy trial and you might try a hydrolysed protein diet there's one by purina called h. a. royal canaan has called hp. There's all these different ones out there. But that might be another avenue. If if you think that you've given this a fair shot and it hasn't worked out that a wireless wall. We wish you the best of luck dip. Thank you very much for your help. I appreciate it. You're listening to animal. Radio call the dream team now with a free animal radio app for iphone and android nascar driver. Corey joyce on animal radio and Spain to your pets. I represent low cost airlines and we know a lot of you are not traveling right now when we understand however if you do need to travel between now and the end of the year now is a great time to lock in some with the lowest prices. We've seen in a lifetime a normal times. We can save you up to seventy five percent but now airlines are practically giving away seats. 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Those of us who buy flea and tick medication for our pets. Pretty scary right. The latest break in the counterfeit investigation comes after a california man admitted in federal court. That yes he had been selling unregistered and smuggled in animal pesticides online four fifteen years. So you're thinking oh good. I don't buy that online. Well listen up because the phony products were sold at pet stores to in every state in the country. But it's more than just the. Us that's been duped here the anti flea and tick products were sold all over europe. The caribbean africa as well and this guy made two and a half million dollars in profit. Just this guy. So now Grand total of seven. Men have pleaded guilty in this scam with one more guy to catch an alleged. Major supplier in the ring is still An international fugitive and he is in fact believed to be in the cayman islands. So at least police are onto him. So you're thinking if you're you know like any pet owner which i thought to aided i get swindled in this scam. It is entirely possible. Authorities say the phony products were labeled with well known brand names. You know i was thinking it was going to be like flea exer- you know a tick x. Something off the off the war. No they were labeled with such well known names as front-line and advantix and they actually had a printer in california. Who did all of the package the box printing so that it looked identical. Do what you would buy. I have to chime in on this. Because you know veterinarians get a lot of rap. People think vendors products to make a buck. This is one reason why you're veterinarian. Is the honest trustworthy source of veterinary products. And sometimes trying to save a buck can put your head in jeopardy so You know this is. This is what happens when people are kind of looking around for the best deal possible and buyer. Beware cheap courage. The reason correct me. If i'm wrong here laurie. These were Actually marketed to veterinarians as well as.
"caribbean africa" Discussed on The Know Show
"Leslie thank you so much for joining the no-shirt schaumburg pleased to have you and radically speaker. Thank you so much for reminding me an excellent so you have sort of Quite a wide area of interest in that utica. You know imperialism anti-imperialism pan-africanism Was who drove you to explore. So many sort of areas i mean. I guess there's a common thread between the but what what what so of lead you to to explore of this. I'm there be yet. There became a common thread I think it's really interesting to trace the thread of your own intellectual autobiography and trajectory actually with my master's students. I asked them to do this as well. Because i think it's really interesting. In my case i would say. My intellectual trajectory started with Reading dostoevsky and tolstoy in highschool and becoming fascinated by russian literature. So then i started studying russian history. And then i started moving into revolutionary histories and looking at specifically at russia in latin america. But then the caribbean kept coming back. it was kind of a skirt of what Outskirts of what. I was studying and then my partner gave me a book. He was reading in undergrad Which was sealer. James is black jackets and I had never. I think it's quite telling that. I had never read it. In as he was taking english. I was taking history and in history. I never read that book. In fact i knew nothing about the haitian revolution even though i had taken a class in modern revolutions And so that just kind of light my fire and then i started reading A friend of sealer. James called george padmore when i started getting interested in in reading more african history and then i completed my phd on judge padmore Which kind of took me all over the world because as we can discuss george padmore was born in trinidad moved to the united states. Became a communist worked for rush to russia and worked for the soviet union lived in germany annan ended his life in london. Most of it spent most the rest of his life in london working on leading anti colonial struggles around the caribbean africa India he had networks all over the place and so i ended up kind of studying somebody who brought me into all of the spaces that you identified at the beginning But i think that if i think about following my own intellectual trajectory and exemplifies the usefulness of what are now called global histories add methods allow historians to see wearing win. Interconnection is happening but also Also the contingency of it the the need to look when in where Interconnection in circulation of ideas is happening and in what scholars would now call the black atlantic. So my frame is the blackest. What people would call the black atlantic.
"caribbean africa" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Also wanna talk a little bit about audrey story Because she has a as you were talking about earlier she has bumpier coming out. I mean it's war bad it's like ler bad shasta be. She's you know caught by her mother. It's it's it's a worse case situation. She ends up having to live with her father who doesn't know very well in minneapolis and It's just a. I think it's an experience that we've seen you know thinking about this because you were just saying that the trauma porn six percent. We've seen some parts of in like a coming out story. But i think the there is a lot of things we haven't. If i think about the prototypical like white trauma porn coming out straight it that involves like the parents disowning the person and then like everybody's sobbing their heads off and that's not really what's in here because it's a different family structure as you were saying it's different cultural context Am curious about you know whether it was was it. Tough free to decide whether or not to include something like that like. Did you know you wanted to have a character who faced rejection like that. And maybe i'll ask a follow up question after that did you know you want to include that I think i was playing around with how that would all work out. And that initially. I was like i was back and forth between including aspects of that. Because i didn't want also to this like i said my first. I don't wanna hurt these characters. I just like these. Aren't people just like you know. I was watching this thing on talk like somebody cries like me crying over fictional characters of a book and you're like oh at least we played even real you know and that's how i felt writing them. You know so. In the case of audrey. I was very very protective of like wanting to speak to the ways that everywhere in the world is still understanding how to love except queer folks you know and not sort of fixating on the ways that we feel like. Oh the caribbean africa. And these places really are so mean you know what i mean to queer folks and us in america were like the shit and bure parade happy. But it's like there's so much sort of ways that yeah queer folks are unsafe and also safe and free and living and persistent and who. They are regardless. You know so. I tried so initially into you know. Answer your question specifically. I was thinking of taking that part out or making it a little different but then i went to trinidad Where my mom is from and Where audrey character Families from and you know. Just talk to a a myriad of lgbtq i folks there and it was freaking amazing. 'cause i grew up in that culture but i never knew any queer trainees so going there. And just hanging out with homeys non there and Interviewing so many folks and some folks had hard coming out that you know wack like that some as well as others having. Oh yeah you know this one. Eighteen year old kid. I might like. Oh yeah my mom's day to and she was cool with me being gay. And i was like you know like these are stories. We don't get to hear it's like we only hear about like. Oh hey it's illegal to be gay these places then. Here's anti-gay violence that was experienced in this place. But i think this sort of beautiful like inherent. Quietness of caribbean engineering culture especially carnival and like everybody's like whining and shaken up on people and it's like nobody cares. What gender you are. When it's time to wine in the music is good. You know so. I wanted to sort of name. Some of the ways people were reminded me that like you know. Yeah just of the multitude of squareness that exist even in repressive queer space Amcor experiences and i wanted to give audrey end airy you know like the shadow experiences that is the reality of living in this world as where people but just so much light brightness that we bring to each other's square folks in our community and like i don't know it's like i wanna be born bag. Gay every fucking lifetime. Like bernie mac gay. I do not wanna talk back right like a nightmare. Like i feel out i feel bad for my straight friends but i do like damn like what if i was trained like shit and as acquire young person. I didn't feel this way at all but like once you kind of come into how magical and wonderful. It is to be this existence. You know like. I will take all about blackness too. It's like i don't care how hard it is to be black and how people will come for you for just being black. I would never give up being black. Like it's the best united mean and i just think that's how people should feel about themselves you know and i think that's the importance of writing the kind of work that i write. Is that like. I want young people to be like yeah. I'm not gonna feel this. Shame that like you know is put on us by a you know why folks like i mean obviously not all white folks on like to say that but like ninety your identity supremacy of how people really are struggling but just letting people be you know and like healing their stuff with their by ancestors. Who are traumatized like you know for real go. He'll with the general lee instead of trying to like commemorate him be like. I'm so sorry that you believe foolishness. And you were willing to allow so many people to die and to fight into so you can enslave people who deserve to be free and beautiful magical like y'all need to go he'll with that ancestor and the ancestors that you know still believe that stuff you know and elders to me. That is the kind of sort of reflections that need to be had right now. You know Any her i don't even know. What are we talking about or where i got to from. Whatever the question was. Can i ask you about your experience as a young person since you're especially since you're writing that know for that age since you're writing you know why book What was what were you like as a teen was that. Like for you Yeah well. I grew up in the nineties. Abc's nineties you know I feel out. I just feel like that's such an important detail about my adolescence. You know in the sense that there were a lot of like sort of beautiful cultural experiences. That were happening. Such as like you know hip-hopping kind of like this. I think non binary sort of come like experience such as tlc and leah and you know low cam missy elliott like there's a lot of ways that i just love the kind of things that shaped me and also like alternative music in grunge in this sort of emotional Irreverence and me to kind of be authentic. You know so. That's kind of like the pretty stuff. And i feel like the shadow stuff being raised me. Eighties and nineties as aquar- black kid in particular Was that like yeah. Like i just. Didn't i just really repress my sexuality like i didn't think i was appropriate aid for me to be sexual as a black girl either because i think all of this chain around like oh teen pregnancy and being like sexualize as a black girl because also i developed really early I'm from a big family. The middle kid of a huge kind of blended family. My dad has a lot of kids. My mom and dad have four daughters together My dad i have yeah siblings with who got white mama. Said blinks under mamas and dominican. Moms and stuff like that so we're kind of. Yeah kind of like this multiple tribes you know of siblings and so i think like it's the thing that i would be ashamed even say because sir i just my family did make fitted to anything. I'd seen but in thinking about myself as a young person. Like i think that was also like i was always kind of taking care of somebody or And i think. I was also very dreamy and sensitive kid. You know like my parents. I think because there are just like these very you know. They were raised in the fifties and sixties in the caribbean. A new york. Dad lived in new york.
"caribbean africa" Discussed on The Property Couch
"Leg for a certain period. Tom and switch. We guy moran the will We're doing l. a. hong kong. I was actually based in london for a few years Time and i was doing the caribbean africa. All across america in asia and on and on your days off your body wasn't throwing around you. You're just you know. In terms of different times. I just on adrenaline. Having to gripe. Tom just became a new normal. You'll always fatigued. There was a different kind of tied. Bene- just became a new normal. We learn how to adapt with it and it was just fogy very like eliane set to mention a short term memory out the window. I'll meet you then eric day. So so the future planning and future pricing about you'll off and so forth as your your global jet setters. What was what was in the the horizon for you guys around buying a home settling down. old. She said you know you mentioned you. Wanted to keep doing this forever. So so what sort of forward planning laws being done around that that audio setting up a bison and and getting more stable financially well probably about a year eighteen months out before covid to call. We'd have discussion. We sat down and we realized. What do we want to do with it living together. Now but renting out during in a shoebox apartment What are we gonna do intense along ten so we decided pretty quickly that yet. Buying a principal vice residents live somewhere to go home was definitely shared. Vision had program eighteen month. mock out. We decided to get get serious. Let's not saving. Let's open up enjoying count in and south paying bills properly. Let's up falling in structure and stopped building towards something so passably shooting away the savings once. I'd pay down debt. I didn't slide down ramped up even milan. The of jobs. Doing just. Because i could stay now. Hang on have claimed that debt. And now i'm actually moving to the fist on my life. In into the black and it's growing it's having a an amazing modernization effective for in thomas. Did the same you pick the work somewhat. Little reluctantly to begin with on my side wouldn't have much choice to be honest. I gotta go get another job but it was all just a bit but then mean saying how much to pay a large sum debt and then was now in the black starting to come to the table with this volume had a chat from data. Me like well if you want it ahead. History to my head is like well. You got to work hard and you've got to do it for yourself that way appreciate also we knew we come on as an eighteen. Now maybe twenty twenty four hour. Judy sometimes landed at six. In the morning into melvin..
"caribbean africa" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"And i think dr peter has saved many lives on. Wabc good morning. dr peter. Good morning john. Good morning cats roundtable audience and today we were going to talk a little bit About something that people should be prepared about for the summer and we can't forget about other problems and diseases because we've been very very focused on kobe's and we know That ultrasounds radiation is a topic that we're all going to be doing. As the summer comes and uv radiation from the sun is in skin cancer and cataracts and macular degeneration. And there's three. There's three different types of uv radiation that we don't see and we've talked a lot about uvc because that's the harmful powerful most powerful uv light and. That's the one that they're using. The air sanitizers systems to kill. Covert into sterilize rooms in hospitals during covert that kills viruses bacteria and mold and it was discovered in nineteen. Oh three and that is the type of be protected by the ozone layer and that's why our ozone layer is so important today we're gonna talk about the uv beat which is less powerful than that does reach the earth's surface and it is associated with cataracts which are cloudy in the lens of the eye and also tissue growth on the surface of the eye coping regulatory. Jim which are these little growth. On the is i can cause burning and itching and i- rotation and also macular degeneration which can affect the back of the eye because the uv rays can actually go into the back of the eye. We also have you the arrays which you get when you're tanning on the beach and those can cause wrinkling and also skin cancer another interesting thing about skin cancer is we usually get skin cancer and cataracts on the left side of our body. I because we drive on the left side. And that's why taxi drivers get their for squamous cell or basal cell skin cancers on the left arm left face and if you live in new zealand it would be on the opposite side or our listeners to prepare. Children should be protected with sunscreen preferrably. Spf thirty enough. Because after thirtieth the differences in that great it protects you ninety two percent verses. Espn forty and fifty and the physical blockers that have zinc are healthier with less chemicals and protecting children because we now know. Ultraviolet radiation is cumulative over a lifetime and eighty percents of the ultraviolet radiation that We are hit with happens before age. Eighteen so protect your kids and adults use hats with a brand and preferrably ultra violet blocking sunglasses and wraparound. Glasses are even better because the light does come in through the side and wear sunscreen and especially protect children especially if you're of dissent of lighter skinned light is you're more susceptible to ultraviolet damage. Dr peter understand their pet so it's bright sunshine outside and you're walking in a park or you're walking in the beach under their soccer circumstances. Are we saying that Covid nineteen cannot exist because a uvc the one that really kills the culvert is blocked by the ozone layer. So it's those sunny warm days. It's not as prevalent because we now know that in warm weather and humidity the viruses. Only one hundred twenty five microns. Very tiny so when there's fifty sixty percent humidity the virus falls right to the ground. So when you're in a room and it's dry. Indoor restaurant space in dry air can go up to twenty six to thirty feet of the kobe. University study showed and some mit fluid dynamics live show. But if it's humid like in caribbean africa where we see less transmission. The warm and humid climates. They don't have as much transmission when they're outdoors. That's why florida and the southern states and the caribbean and parts of the quake near the equator. They're much better than the rest of the world so it has to do more with the temperature and humidity never naturally reaches the how how about eighty uvc put inside the duct system To kill it in restaurants and and in doctors offices how does how does that work bauer. Because it's not directly exposed to the human skin. And the i it's inside. A closed chamber dislike the portable. Uvc machines draw in the air. Take it through a filter. Then it's directly hit with the uvc light but it's never exposed to human skin and the is it's only it only kills what's the air and that's what's usually hostile. They even have robots now that after a cova patiently. That's room or after the operating room turn on a robot that has multiple. Uvc lights which are powerful form of uv and it kills everything and that's why i've got the nobel prize in nineteen. Oh three killing. Skin infections. And in marseilles france they used the use glass tube water pipes and they used to sterilize. Water supply in marseilles france using. Uvc lights okay. i. I'm sorry. I interrupted you. Go into another. I got a mention about vitamin d. The interesting findings with a decrease heart disease and hypertension. They thought that if they just gave vitamin d to those people that it would reduce the incidence of hypertension. But it turns out that. That's probably not. What is it that those people who have higher vitamin d levels and sunny areas because they go outside and and are more active and moving around and exercising. They have more high levels of vitamin d. And that's the reason why those different type of vitamin d supplementation versus the vitamin d. And y you get because you exercise and you're outdoors and those people had lower high blood pressure and pretensions just supplementation didn't do it in a recent large scale study so that you wanted to share with the audience the importance of physical activity and and Being outdoors avoiding the peaks between ten am and two pm and having a twenty minutes of sun. A day is considered acceptable to stimulate your natural vitamin d. Vitamin precursor also to serotonin and those are important levels for depression. And that's why people in the areas where it's very dark and cold have a higher incidence of depression and people feel happier and funny and writer environment iceland. The biggest suicide rate of any country. I understand because this periods of time is eighteen hours in the dock because historically man did not evolve.
"caribbean africa" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Confirm worth than seventy one, thousand new corona virus infections, Thursday one of the worst daily tolls of the US. Outbreak so far North Dakota has suspended contact tracing efforts as a backlog of cases over well, National Guard soldiers assigned to track down the contacts of infected people. As of Thursday north. Dakota's hospitals had just fourteen intensive care unit beds available statewide data compiled by Johns Hopkins show is that if North Dakota were a nation, it would have the highest number of per capita cove ninety, nine cases in the world. In Wisconsin, a massive field hospital outside Milwaukee admitted its first covid nineteen patient Thursday as Wisconsin's infections continued to surge to record high levels Utah Governor Gary Herbert warned Thursday. The state's healthcare system is at or near capacity in Massachusetts Boston. School Superintendent Thursday canceled plans to resume in person learning at public schools in Houston Texas teachers at dozens of schools staged. Protests, Thursday demanding smaller class sizes, enforced social distancing, and wearing better classroom ventilation another safety measures at schools. The Food and Drug Administration's approved from death severe as the first cove in thousand nineteen treatment. In the United States some studies have shown, the antiviral drug may reduce the number of days. Cova nineteen patients are hospitalized though a large World Health Organization study published. Last week found room desert feels to fails to prevent deaths among cove nineteen patients. Corona virus cases continued to surge across Europe where the Czech Republic is reporting the highest per capita infection rate in the world on Wednesday the Czech Prime Minister Andrei Babich apologize as he announced a new nationwide lockdown the second of the year in. Paris the French Prime Minister has extended a nightly curfew to cover forty-six million people about two thirds of the French population. These only shows putting simply situation a serious serious in Europe at Eagle Serious in France India has seen a downturn in new corona virus cases after peaking last month nearly one, hundred thousand confirmed infections per day India is still reporting some fifty thousand daily cases and eastern Bihar state the party of prime. Minister Narendra Modi has promised residents free doses of a future corona virus vaccine. But only if the Party wins in the November tenth elections, opposition parties blasted the move saying Modi's Party is exploiting the pandemic for political game. Back. In the United States, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted twelve two zero Thursday to recommend Amy Coney. Barrett be confirmed the US Supreme Court Republican. Chairman Senator Lindsey Graham disregarded his committee's own rules requiring a quorum be present and proceeded with the vote after all ten of the Judiciary Committee's Democrats boycotted Thursday's roll-call majority leader Mitch McConnell plans to hold a vote in the full Senate as early as Monday Senate Democrats have called. The, rush to confirm Barrett. So close to the election and illegitimate power grab and reproductive health advocates warned Barrett could help overturn Roe v Wade, the one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three Supreme Court case affirming the right to an abortion. Meanwhile, environmentalists warning Barrett's refusal to acknowledge the science of climate change could spell disaster for efforts to mitigate the worst effects of climate crisis lorry loads of the group Climate Power Twenty Twenty wrote quote. The last thing our country can afford is a climate denier who will use her lifetime seat on the Supreme, court to block climate action and back our environmental laws for decades to come she said. In Colorado, a wildfire raging and rocky mountain national park exploded in size Thursday by more than one hundred thousand acres jumping the continental divide and leaving residents of mountain town scrambling to evacuate the east troublesome fire has grown to over one hundred, seventy, thousand acres the second largest wildfire ever recorded in. Colorado. Meanwhile, firefighters continue to battle the largest wildfire in Colorado, his the nearby cameron peak fire massive smoke plumes from Colorado's fires reached into the stratosphere shrouding the sun and turning skies orange as far away as Minnesota and Wisconsin. In Immigration News, The Guardian reports many of the Cameroonian asylum seekers who are recently deported. Were subjected to torture by immigration and Customs Enforcement Guards to force them to sign their removal papers. Asylum seekers were reportedly choked beaten pepper sprayed and received death threats. Others were handcuffed is ice agents forcibly took their fingerprints and place of signatures last week sixty, Cameroonian, over two dozen Congolese asylum seekers were deported including two Cameroonian women who fear they were unknowingly subjected to forced Sterilization Irwin Detention Center in Georgia according to immigration advocates many of the Cameroonian asylum-seekers feared they would be killed upon their arrival to their home country. In More Immigration News The Los Angeles Times reports at least nineteen women are alleging they were subjected to invasive gynecological procedures without their consent while imprisoned up the privately run Irwin detention center in Georgia including undergoing unnecessary procedures that affected their ability to have children. Most of the women are silom seekers from the Caribbean Africa and Latin. America. In Related News, the intercept reports Google Technology will be deployed to the US Mexico border to assist in border security enforcement customs, and Border Protection reportedly agreed on a deal with Google and August to collaborate in a new. So called Virtual Burr border wall, which combined surveillance towers, drones, and sensors aimed at detecting asylum seekers crossing into the united. States. In Florida, top election officials you're being accused of voter suppression after abruptly enacting to last minute rules affecting formerly incarcerated people in the operation of ballot drop boxes. Last week Florida's Republican Secretary of State announced election officials were beginning to flag. Potential removal from voter rolls if they had outstanding court debts and second rule forces ballot drop boxes to be staffed at all times forcing election officials to restructure the setup of ballot drop boxes just days before election, In more election news the Supreme Court has reinstated curbside voting ban in Alabama overturning a lower court's ruling meant to protect people with disabilities during the pandemic. This comes as the Texas Supreme Court ruled it will allow drive thru voting rejecting a challenge from the Republican Party. The Labor Department reports seven, hundred, Eighty, seven, thousand US workers filed no unemployment claims last week the second lowest total since March but still historically high compared to pre pandemic levels. This comes as a new report by Americans for tax fairness found the collective wealth of billionaires in the United States has jumped by nine hundred, thirty, one, billion dollars since mid-march. 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"caribbean africa" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"For about two years solid and then the bull another year. I'm still right now in the revision phase, I just got some feedback from the publisher so I'm in the revision phase so which would two years or so too. Does. Wanting to get. It was it does in. You don't want to rush too much needed. You know because I learned a ton going through this process I. my understanding has grown tremendously by going through the process of putting down you know not only my experience, but my understanding is had research time I. Did a lot of interviews for the book. I really thought deeply about why this posture not this posture why this breathing practice and not this breathing practice I learned a lot about your world than I knew going into. It takes a while but I I recommend those people out there who are wanting to write a book although you know you do WanNa get that book out there it is an extraordinary process, right? Do you agree with you definitely especially when you see in your hand or we see the actual finished product? You know. So, odd could believe it's one of the things that did you know amongst other things I wanted do I did mention of the done lots of lots of things off? So good stuff anyway but. I'm not trying. Bad stuff it. Came with the behavior issues but not in the books worry about the days. But Yeah excellent. So what's the name of the book? When was it published? So people can know where to look for. Yeah. So I think the name of the book it's really a working title. So I have a feeling, it's going to change but right now it's called Yoga, in the firehouse, a practical guide to better resilience and functional movement. And target published date is. March of twenty twenty one. So A. Little I got some work to do. Get Hello. So is there really sounds like. Some finishing touches. So I'll be looking forward to the twenty. Hope it will be launch. I. Hope It'd be launched in Hugh of next year I'll write. Another episode lined up for you then next year. Because I have an office as well on his show. So you know because I've. Done a book myself office doing inspirational books or fitness books. Have Mom because it's in my niece, you know so. You're you're right in my niece. So why not? Topic maybe you'll come speak on my wellness Wednesday, which is every Wednesday Salute A. Copy to make every Wednesday. But I can. I do it every Wednesday. Our. Okay, no problem on love to appear on yours as well. Pre Help me get forward. Most of my guests are from America in UK for we often from the US. Bay actually is global is podcast in the analytic about thirty countries and. Had guests from other parts of the world as well Asia as well and You Caribbean Africa. So everywhere. So. Yeah Excellent Shannon. As say we'll hopefully have you on the show again we can talk lots and lots about five flex lex but. Just for the people that would be this knacker's obviously I'll have a lot of people still reside and serving almost my network and social media and things. So show listening or be interested in this. So. How To. Anyone interested in five flakes boop to contact you what's the best way. You can go to my website, which is fire flex, Yoga, DOT com. That's that's probably the best or you can send me an email. My email addresses Shannon at fired FLEX YOGA DOT com. Excellent and I'm going to put the website on. On My note. So anyone listening can say click on on the website as well. If they want to refer back quickly on the show to get straight to website. And Shannon Mohawk, we can keep in touch somehow i. mean not not readily talking Sutton come on your Wednesday show So semi two. Thousand that as well. And Yeah. Thanks very much becoming a show and show in his work. And thank you for continuing to do the great work that you're doing. Dave, this is fantastic. It's very inspirational and and very empowering and I really appreciate you. Thanks very much. Makes me much. Okay..
"caribbean africa" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"R T f m dot org Right now. No back to bomb McChesney Bob. Let's talk about, you know, intimidated several times now, But there's this kind of fragmentation or sail a silo ing as the word goes these days retreated to separate media spheres. Um, a kind of one writer I heard talked about read talked about a sort of Elektronik tribalism. Talk about that. That divide and how the media plays a role in you know, there's not that much crossover, it seems Yeah, well for a 17 year, the world now in which people More or less in a position where they're only exposed to news that sort of backs up their interest. So that's a problem. And then again, we talked about earlier How 2030 40 years ago you were exposed to ideas you didn't necessarily agree with. I had to realize you have to deal with those ideas. You put together your own. A view of the world and that not go romanticize that period because I made a career out of criticizing the limitations of what the range is was at that point, But we don't have that up. But I would also emphasized that doesn't mean because the technology It is hopeless to solve this problem. It's not a technological problem. Technology helps cause it in accentuated, But the problem is, we don't really have a lot of credible media that people would turn to in a community. If there's just not a lot there. So you're left basically with sort of super official means. And the name calling and gossip, Whatever celebrity trivia passing itself off his journalism. And you know if we actually had real journalism, I think we find a lot of, you know, well funded local journalism hovering communities. Letting people know what's going on the community. I think we have a lot more common ground. I think that would be a solves problem. It's really the lack of journalism news me the community level in particular, nationally overall. That is the foundation of this sort of silo. Ization. You're goingto no journalist. You might go to silo does hear what you want to hear. No, I want to stake Marianne, who called with a pledge in, uh, one of the anonymous family. They called regularly each pledge drive. On. I want to thank them as well. So anonymous and Marion and Harry joined them Add to the list here today by calling 6 to 8 to 56 2000 won Or going online to pledge it to you. R T F m dot org's and, you know, keep it coming in, folks. Despite it, But Bobby Chesney, too, Despite the problems with the media system, as it exists, is under attack. The press is under attack. Um There's this growing trend I've been reading some accounts just the past few days of physical attacks on any Christmas critical press on journalists and reporters doing theirjob demonstrations on other events. Of journalists as the enemy is as objects of things what trunk Trump himself in the lead has attacked journalists. With what his enemy what? What's the phrase he uses and I'm losing it right now. Enemy of the people, which is having a prison free for I'm sorry. I've heard that expression before. Yeah, it's old. Stalin is the expression that was used by the Nazis as well. And of course, that whole thing about the lying press. Which under under Nazism in the thirties, and Germany was referred to use the same word, but the German look impressive. So That's that's kind of a new era. Now of that, you know, it is a new era, and it's an outgrowth of exactly the decline of the existence of a press. The press is an institution is so weak that it is able to pick off journals like this and get away with it In a way that would have been unthinkable 20 years ago over 30 years ago, journalism has just become another special interests rather than a cornerstone institution. Of a free society. It's just another group of people with their own extra crime. And if you don't like them, you can just beat them up or get rid of them or ignore them or lock them up, and obviously by any known Democratic theory. That is not a very good place for society to be. That only leads you to places you don't want to go. And that's exactly where our country is right now. I mean, it's you know, Tuesday night, it should have been. I think you wanna watch that. Frightening example of exactly how close we are in this country. To losing pretty much the entire identity of what this country wass. Throughout its history, and until very recently, you've got the president. Embracing white supremacist on one hand. Get it. Get ready for the action That's coming and then concluding by saying he won't accept the results of the election, it could be a project election may be even if he wins with definitely doesn't win. And that, you know he's going to have your problem, boys. These friends out there helping them monitor the election. We were in uncharted territory. Now this is you know, this is a place that Is outrageous and alarming, and there's no other word for it but fascistic. And it is closely related to the elimination decline of journalism is a viable, credible institution that can actually intervene and play a role in getting actual information out of values. People know what's going on, for example. On Tuesday night, President Trump gave a litany of ah criticism of our electoral system, all of which were bogus, all of which No, it's scintilla of evidence, most of which are radically illogical. If you actually look at the statistics, and if we had a credible journalism, he would have been shot down. That would have been just blown away. His career would've been over 30 years ago. If you said junk like that were unthinkable, But in this journalism free environment, basically, anything goes in that scanner rents nightmare. Best opening the door to totalitarianism. It's unthinkable if you have a credible free press. 6 to 8 to 56 2000 won It's not, of course, just in the tech on individual journalists, individual news agencies but attack on all outlets for an alternative view outlets for a counter narrative to the up to the dominant narrative now wielded by the right and at least of course. What we're doing here right now is so important because it illustrates the necessity of the absolute necessity of having an institution like Wooo. Artie, You know what? For years. They've been doing programming on the station. I've seen so many people come on. The station is open and none you know, in the PP the pre pandemic era right people coming into the station in doing tours from from not just around the United States but from other places and in the Western Hemisphere in Latin America and elsewhere, the Caribbean Africa coming in and think, Wow, What is this? This that this community has created this institution, so it's absolutely essential that now more so then ever that we keep w o r T up and running gives a call. It's six away 256 2001 or W R.
"caribbean africa" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Flavour. I'm Carol Hills. This is the world. Where a co production of WGBH and Pierre ex Today Black immigrants make up a small but growing part of the US population coming from the Caribbean, Africa and many other places. But when it comes to deportations from the U. S, they are especially at risk and one group in particular the Somali bomb, too. There are persecuted group that was resettled here 20 years ago, Rose Halima Candy brings us the story. Omar Super doesn't remember much about his early years as a refugee. 25 year old was born in Kenya near the massive Dadaab refugee camp. His parents had escaped Somalia decades ago because of war and discrimination. They're members of the persecuted Somali Bantu, If you look at me, you don't see me out, Molly, look at me and seen the African American or normal black. You wouldn't guess I was just some Somali Bantu were brought to Somalia as slaves from Tanzania and other parts of Africa. I don't have a strategy knows Tamales you can directly I have. It knows black hair is now the Meyers. Not currently You can just see it. They've been targeted and persecuted in part for it, Daniel Houston, San Diego, Pittsburgh and Buffalo, Subaru. One super didn't realize he could be on Isis radar. Boss. She's a law professor at New York University. She says black immigrants in the United States Document, but I didn't. I didn't have no child. The document. No papers, no clothes, no phone. And when I got off the plane the also was like we don't see your name here. What are you doing? Who are you? Super stood out. He sounds like he's from the U. S. Looks like he's from the U. S. And has tattoos, which could get you targeted as an outsider in Somalia. Being from the persecuted Somali Bantu group was another risk. I was in the airport for two hours. Nobody knowing what to do with the immigration office. Certain Somali were like we don't want you in our country. We really don't. We don't know who you are. Days after arriving, Super said he was kidnapped. He still doesn't know by whom they staked you out money. They take us ransom. That happens all the time in Somalia. Just experience I could not forget. That's something I cannot forget have a cut from the beatings I got from there under my eyes, he was able to flee to neighboring Kenya. But this is a nightmare scenario that the Somali Bantu community in the U. S. Is becoming more aware of as news of deportation spreads. Damn. Van Lehman at Portland State, says the danger they can face is clear. I've testified as an expert witness for others. So my band to young men facing deportation, who have one on Cat Convention Against Torture. We've won on cat groans to not send these people back. Most Somali Bantu deportees I've interviewed have fled Somalia upon arrival like Omar Super, who hopes to return home to the U. S. His mother to hero Ali wants that, too. I spoke with her from Utah while her other son translated. Haven't you know the Gemma did and with the help of a law and on top of that she had really risky. Isn't he? I deported because You're shocked her. The family wants to reopen the criminal case that alleged to Subaru's deportation. They think it was mishandled. For now he's trying to survive in Kenya. For the world. I'm Halima Condi. Protesters and Belarus have been in the streets for more than two weeks. Now, People say the recent presidential vote was rigged, and they want their president of 26 years. Alexander Lukashenko to go Protests are unprecedented in Belarus and have been largely peaceful, but they've been met with police, water cannons, Tear gas and stun guns have also been reports of mass detentions and even torture. We're joined now by two men who were recently detained on the streets in Belarus. Our tour risky and Albert angrily Let's start with you. Albert described the day that you were detained. What happened? Actually, I meant for my friends, including Artur. The day we decided to grab a drink. We went out and then like in a window off 30 seconds, we were detained for practically no reason. So you two were detained together our tour and Albert? Yes, It's right. What did they say? You both were charged with there was like two charges. First was hooliganism. So it's like we're broke the civilian room. We shout it. We were trying to harass the civilians with our I don't know what They were not were specific, and the second one was about disobeying the commander of the Now you say you both were then taken to separate places to be held and detained our tour. What were the conditions where you were being held? We sent in the camera for four persons. But there were eight off us when you say camera. You mean the room? The cell? Yes. Yes, We're headin breakfast, and that's it. Ah, it was like restaurant food off. We said in the temporal prison during 12 hours without opportunity to sleep, the great Marine and we'll just walk Tio under the rain during three hours. After net We were moved to the prison How long reach of you held in custody? Let's start with you, Albert. I was there for six days. And how about Artur our three days? Were there a lot of other people who are detained when you were in the various places that you were held. Did you see lots of other people who like you for me? I didn't see a lot of people because I had not an opportunity to walk out of myself..
"caribbean africa" Discussed on PRI's The World
"You lead Brazil's negotiating team at the Paris climate agreement in two thousand fifteen. How do you think the both auto government's environmental policy affects Brazil's international standing when it comes to climate and the environment. This is a good question votes. He wants to go out of pears agreements as Mr Trump did and to have a few reactions from society also five sector against this, and it a gave up to have this decision. But what what are the concept does Brazil have a national strategies to tackle our carbon emissions but does not Go against the scientists to go against the international, which lateral system and we are trying to manage how can Brazil will move on 'cause you're the climate change solutions. This is a lack of leadership and also has a high fat international climate. Do you think what is happening in the Amazon rainforest will be able to be reversed with different leadership or parts of the Amazon. Being lost forever. No. They have all the conditions reverse as a Brazilian. I want to believe that we can move award. So I hope that was the pressure from the society I July to believe by the need to be attention the next twelve months, Alexia, what's happened but unfunded don't have transparency is don't have faulkner ship. Have a fragmented dialogue like a puzzle to bring different players and governments like to dialogue with. Civil. Society. Isabela to shade served as Brazil's Environment Minister under former President Dilma rousseff. Thanks so much for speaking with us. Thank so much. If you're looking for more ways to connect to the world searcher morning with an espresso shot of news stories from around the globe. Here, at the world will get your day moving forward informed sign up for our morning newsletter top of the world delivered fresh to your email each weekday just head over to the world dot org slash newsletters. In Canada workers on the pandemics front lines are being rewarded with permanent residency. We really wanted to place an emphasis on the exceptional contributions of the asylum seekers who put themselves at the greatest risk and controversy over monkeys and coconut milk those stories and more ahead on the world. I'm Carol Hills. This is the world were co-production of W., G. B. H. and P. R. X. Today Black immigrants make up a small but growing part of the US population coming from the Caribbean Africa and many other places. But when it comes to deportations from the US, they are especially at risk and one group in particular the Somali Bantu there are persecuted group that was resettled here twenty. Years ago the world's Lima condie brings us the story. Omar Soubra doesn't remember much about his early years as a refugee. The twenty five year old was born in Kenya near the massive DOB refugee camp. His parents had escaped Somalia decades ago because of war and discrimination their members of the persecuted Somali Bantu. If you look, you don't see to Somali, we'll look VNC me of African American or. Black, you wouldn't guess I was audience. Bound to were brought to Somalia, as leaves from Tanzania and other parts of Africa I don't have destroyed knows tamales do you can directly have not some I. have big nose, black I us nappy Myers not clearly you can just see they've been targeted and persecuted in part for it. Daniel van Liman is with Portland State University and has worked with Somali Bantu refugees. Bantu they were poor people and so they can only DP camps into refugee camps. That's where I put them in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty two and we worked with. The UN. I was a focal point on their resettlement over the years. The US has resettled thousands of Somali Bantu with communities forming in places like Houston, San. Diego Pittsburgh, and Buffalo Subaru remembers the moment his family arrived in two thousand and four. He was nine Oz wondrous. Curious everything was curious to me cars, houses, elevators. You name e Subaru's family eventually settled in salt. Lake City and he started going to school happiness. I don't think I can never get it was like Only, on my life I can go back to say, I'm happy but I really liked learning next his plan was to join the Marines but then things began to spiral. He says he started partying smoking weed and also struggled with mental health. Problems as I was growing up on ages twelve by started in therapy out doug knows with PTSD, eventually lead to trouble with the law and a felony conviction Subaru took a plea deal and did some jail time. He thought that was it until super was picked up by immigration and customs enforcement or ice. WHO's up I don't know who's ice is I have is a home in the British who's runs like immigration customs in two thousand eighteen super found himself on a plane being deported not to Kenya where he was born but to Somalia where his parents had fled a place, he had never stepped foot in it was a whole shock to the community. Everybody will just like what you will horrible I don't wish abundant God Subaru didn't realize he. Could be. On Isis radar, he was a legal US resident, but his felony put him at risk for deportation not it's not surprising said Selena dos. She's a law professor at New York University. She says black immigrants in the united. States are particularly at risk. It's very clear that contact with the criminal legal system is a huge driver This racially disproportionate outcome in other words over policing of black communities trickles down to black immigrants who were then deported. `proportionate rate dot says when super was deported to Somalia, in two thousand, eighteen, he remembers some regularities. Everybody has trouble document but I didn't I didn't have no childhood document no papers no clothes no song and when I got off the plane, the also was like we don't see your name here. What are you doing you? Who are you super stood out? He sounds like he's from the US looks like he's from the US and has tattoos which could get you targeted as. An outsider in Somalia being persecuted Somali Bantu Group was another risk in the air force for two hours. Nobody knowing what to do with the immigration officers in Somalia were like we don't want you in our country. We really don't. We don't know who you are days after arriving Subaru snide he was kidnapped. He's still doesn't know by whom suspect that you have money. They'll take your ransom happens all the time in. Some Ali does experience I cannot forget the something I cannot forget. A car from the beatings from their under my he was able to flee to neighboring Kenya but this is a nightmare scenario that the Somali Bantu community in the US is becoming more aware of as news of deportation spreads, Dan, Van Leeman at Portland State says the danger they can face as clear testified as an expert witness for other Somali two young men facing deportation. We one on Cat Convention Against Torture, we've won on cat grounds to not send these people back most simile Bantu deportees I've interviewed have fled Somalia upon arrival Lake Omar Suber who hoped to return home to the US his mother here Ali wants that too I spoke with her from Utah while her other son translated. Ninety nine. I'm not. Has Houses Lot. And on top of that, she had many rescheduled every. He are deported because. You're shocked her family wants to reopen the criminal case that led to sue birth deportation. They think it was mishandled for now he's trying to survive in Kenya for the world I'm Lena Condie..
"caribbean africa" Discussed on Talking About The Bible with Rev. Bob Wood
"Well I hope so. We'd be the response. I'd like to but our teachings the teachings of the Scripture in our experiences clear that we can know that we are God's children can sense it in our hearts the witness of the Holy Spirit. Turn your paper over. And we'll fill out the. Everybody got the first three felons. I wanted all need to be safe. Second one is all maybe save. The third one is all made no themselves save. And lastly we come to number four all saved to the utter most all maybe saved to utter. Most we as methodists often talk about the. Our faith is being faith we sing. We sing a Lotta him. And in those hymns our theology teachings and and you know those hymns but sometimes you don't see the applications to your life rock of ages cleft for me let the water and that was from the wounded side which Phobe for sin the double cure save from rat and make me being saved to the other most is from Hebrews Chapter Seven twenty where it says wherefore he is able able to save them to the other most that come unto God by him seeing he ever live it to make intercession for them. I that's the only in fourth and seven says for God had not called US unto uncleanliness but unto who hold on now John and Charles C. They had things backwards. They were trying to work to earn their way into heaven. We get into a relationship with God by having that salvation experience knowing that holy spirits in our lives and his witness to us and when that happens we are given the power victory over sin. Listen to this closely brothers and sisters you have. The power had victory over sin. You don't have to live in thin anymore. Whatever that secret sin is that none of us know but God immonen you no longer have to rule your mind is it does because you have like an unwanted guest of your life never had an unwanted guest you. WanNa believe but you don't really have the guts to ask them to go. It's like having a rat in your house. Yeah you'll have you all had had a raise rats in your house. We have rats their house. You want them out of the way but you don't take enough effort to put aboard over the whole that they're coming through you. Don't clean up my house. It's the dog food. You'll have your dogs. My rats eat my dog food in our lives. We can have that thing that we keep feeding senate our lives like Iraq that is there and we've become accustomed to it. We let that. Sinn continuing our life and that sin is what keeps us from. Having a victorious happy and fulfil live and the salvation that God promises is not a salvation unto uncleanliness but as Salvation Unto Holiness for Feeder Four. I'm sorry I peter. Chapter One fourteenth or sixteenth says as obedient children. Not Fashioning yourselves according to the former US in your arrogance but as he which has called you is holy so be ye holy in all manner of conversation because it is written be holding for I and Holy Holy Means to be with out sin sin in our is the great defeat it is it is the thing that has holding the world back from God because we have a church in which since still rains in the life of the believers no one in our churches come with an expectation that they are perfected but that is the mark in which we go. We are working towards getting those unwanted guests those rats in our lives out and by the power of the Holy Spirit. You can you know they got that truly nolen car around here all seen that used to have a little car around here. They had ears or the tail like a little rack advertisement for a company that would come in clean out the rats out of your house and the bugs. We need a little more truly. No we need a little more power of the Holy Spirit is we need a little more self discipline take sent out of our lives since such as gossip since such as selfishness. Sins such as anger says that are of a sexual nature. Sins that are laziness or theft covenas lines stealing bearing false witness thins of being people who cannot show love to our neighbor. These things keep us from the Victoria's life and as it keeps us as individuals from the victorious. Life it hurts our witness in our community and our family in the world methodism new John and Charles. Wesley and they're short. Little lifetime was greatly changed. The world was change started with a handful of men at university by the time John Die. There's one hundred and thirty. Five thousand methodist around the World Methodist Churches were not only in England Ireland Scotland and Wales. They were also in France north. America the Caribbean Africa India Methodist Rare everywhere. Why because of the understanding a salvation experience in which you can sense the president of the Holy Spirit and second and Experience Holiness and victory over sin testimony should be an declaration of our victory over sin not are falling into these stations. I told you today these film number four all maybe say to the other. Most these teachings are not new. Not even in this church they hang up there on the wall in the back. There's a poster that list these as the fundamental teachings in the Methodist Church. So I want you to repeat with me. Four ones all right together all need to be saved number. Do not want to get it louder. Never to all maybe say number three number four. Let us do that. Share that with the world. Let us experience in our lives. Let's be people that are wholly but as prey most gracious God? We are not here this morning to celebrate the lives of men but the teachings that come from Your Holy Scriptures a teaching that teaches us we can have victory over sin and no longer live in it that we can have joy and peace in our lives by the power of Your Holy Spirit and we can have. The confidence of knowing that waiting for us is a heavily home with you in Christ. Jesus name we pray..
"caribbean africa" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"And welcome back to the dramatic report we have a nice guest here on from the network he has a show on the weekend a travel show on his name is Orlando Atlanta what time is your show on Sierra Talkradio what time is it Sunday that one Oh clock one to two one two and you've had a lot of experience travel so the first thing could ask is what Eh traveled to my work as a wholesale travel agency has been all over South America of the Caribbean Africa but on my own I have traveled through Europe and the Orion so take it for forty years so well managing so when when you travel the question ask Dr a lot of people get forced to be vaccinated travel a lot of people don't want no it D- drugs to take nutraceutical to protect themselves from the diarrhea food poisoning we're just getting generally sick while the travel joint pain and other things like that what's your general advice you give to people hello I'm one of the what did they say when they're told and they go to X. Y. Z. country they gotta take a a vaccine against let's say they particularly illness what are the more commonly Ellis's that people one of one of the things I mean that's an excellent question drew me and what it is is that we get people that live into the news in Brooklyn the CVT obviously because they're concerned about viruses and whatnot they get more than anything else in one of the things that happens is that we are not doctors the federal agents were not dr obviously we are very always on in tune with what's going on at the destination right and if we happen to be sending people into a jungle setting then we can actually advise them of what is more pertinent to that particular setting people the beach area and we're going to be far away from trouble you know there's no stagnant waters twig mosquitoes I perfect advice in such but we also recommend that they can talk to their pastor Bozo the doctors have a tendency to sometimes overdo it as far as vaccines would also create bad times or drugs for example there's a drug that they recommend when he goes since America because they have clerk resistant malaria down there and if you take it within four to six weeks you're gonNA start having hypothyroidism loaned vision and full robiskie Fans Ajar right you're familiar with offended our problems I'll tell you what I do I take a different approach okay the way the thinkable pathogens is pathogens are like floating along on on a any Chinese junk and you're a raft older in the middle of the Durrani boat and these Chinese junk guys decided hey look there's a boat there let's see if we can jump on there about if you have a way of repelling them or killing them before they can get on and it started kind of taking up chewing up your boat or taking care of your food or making you sick we have to understand is that your primary strategy should be prevented from attaching to your body or your boat thing them so they can't actually multiply in your body because a lot of time when people are told to have vaccine there told the vaccines are going to create antibody levels of prevent the virus from causing a problem now if you look at the flu vaccine even the company that makes the flu vaccine is Komo share and made it plain statement say Oh we got it wrong they get it wrong every year and we actually look at the antibody titre of people that have had been vaccinated against yellow fever or malaria or other illnesses even done a study the only find the most people have an Atta by responser between six and ten weeks after the vaccine in people between twenty five and forty so anybody younger than older than that has no antibody response and then the second thing is if they do have body response to that stopped the infection what does antibodies do now if you're a hunter and you'll have a little green laser on your gun the green laser points at the target like tiger if you're in Kaleida or bear your northern Canada or whatever at all it does is the entity immunoglobulins actually take your past into your cells your big eater cells macrophages secrete superoxide radical singlet oxygen that'll kill him with it like a laser like star wars good were misjudged the idea the vaccines protect I just talked to Dr Sheri Ten Penny for several hours hours of Yo last weekend and Dr and Dr Fisher is also an expert empty over the National Vaccine Information Center so what I recommend is by this okay and I have a listen five things basically I tell people were essential if you travel we we have the only plasma body was actually prophesied by eager hasty and the world is he single radicalized that will kill all pathogens and Detox all highlights Florida flirting bromide if you take it no pathogen will survive in your body number two we have allison from Germany and we've managed to get an allison realized Germany that is two hundred milligrams more than Peter Jostling Zahl Olsen so it's six hundred fifty milligrams per dosage envy take it no fun there's no bacteria virus can survive you now most people are aware of this but almost every illness you can think of is opportunistic infections for example you look cancer you can actually take Epstein Barr virus it's also homeless every tumor fungi low in other words canisters a fungus among us and when it gets inside your cells at scripture DNA tell cell trying to survive changes his genetic excellent loses cell to cell contact so it's not inhibited it lengthens the telomere so doesn't die and it changes US biology so it goes anaerobic so become stealth it also creates fiber neck and capsules so the immune system can't detect it so you have to take enzymes to strip off a capsule Laker Flam X. or surfaces I'm so the tour goes from coal because you can't see it too hot so you mean cells can find and destroy it the last hour power C. plus is not any other vitamin C. This is Kelsey magnesium study pedestrian scarlet with opera. You've taken high enough dosage you can turn off cancer autoimmune disease and also if you have somebody even dying of a septic injury and even in a coma you can run a feeding tube down their stomach and you can prevent it from going uptick courteous genyk shock did you know that you can stop cardiac shock with power see yeah well most people aren't aware Dr basically know almost nothing I don't know any intermediate metabolism cell spouses infectious disease so I tell people take that take also I think I'll nutrient twenty-six why would a mother her animal gives her colostrum to her baby if that baby deer or whatever it doesn't get the classroom be is going to die because it needs probiotic bacteria and got it needs the humane loggins to take the past and so the very babies immune system in seek and destroy the passage otherwise would cause a got this goes bacteria that will kill little animal. We have nutriments twenty-six why pretty cool we also have a duty depleted silver which I've designed that is in a special episode that has a radio frequency of silver from last pollens increases printed on it it's called neutral silver spray it it kills all passages and contact I it's nontoxic you put your your baby's bottom you're growing wherever he audiotape amazing that's a you know what I I was born in Costa Rica and of course their child okay homeopathic medicine was actually there's something very strong very popular who can write and of course we have things to turn off the Tori reaction as well like cell defense bus we have one hundred percent more are actually looking at bringing them one from from India maybe up to thirty times more absorbed mix wolves drink never sacred anti inflammatory cytokine blocker and source elephants pluses fantastic for that take our neutral nine Elson Med neutrals over neutron twenty-six why and power seat plus and then we've got a really big one we have one neutral defense which we've designed neutral defense as Rourke asinine is it destroys viral caps of all bacterial pathogens including era say and destroys a viral of the caps of all no that's bacteria destroyed the viral capsules of all earn and DNA viruses and destroys bacterial cell wall of Al Passions so when you take neutral defense the bacteria is a Oh and helps them it melts absolutely can't reproduce so when it does is it basically these are like if you WANNA call it some kind of like if you hit on the side of your boat got whack a mole thing so as soon as the bathroom is trying to get on your boat would whack them off they don't give primary infection so when you're traveling I tell me take days before he goes starting tonight Alison Mad Etcetera Etcetera and no matter where you go you're not going to be a site for for for colonization passages now someone gets sick most of the time to go to a foreign country they may get sick with more than one infectious just one infection the problem I see is that the the psychology of the vaccine the vaccine companies is wrongheaded even when you measure an antibody what you do after you measure the kill capacity of how it's GonNa kill us this pathogen did you know that no Vaccine either adults in humans or animals as ever been detected to measure the capacity the only measure anybody tigers on some studies and as a result when the average person takes vaccine unprotected no you're not from yellow fever or malaria or some other Palestinians going to give you a gut infection and then of course if you recall is you got with living probiotic we have the results extreme from Paris it's a little slow water here for me and you also living probiotic ultra which is the most powerful probiotics hundred billion organisms now most people want to go to the store they go online and they go to the store I got a probiotic did a study of products in stores in California and they found all of them were dead the dead as a not alive so most patients and most people go online at all I'm GonNa go to Amazon I'm GonNa go to college so I'm GonNa just go click click and if it sounds like something that's going to be helpful as I usually tell people if it was that beneficial take the label of Lisa so-called nutraceutical and stick it on the Sir body part it powerful nutraceutical are more powerful drugs for minus of nutro-ceuticals I gave you will Oakland viruses now if you take a virus and viral in the ICU. And I've seen this happen the one that we typically use his called Ripa virute I worked at everything okay Dr Daego let me give you my background I was recruited from Grade Eleven Nagoya Plasma nuclear physics I turned it down after winning a scholarship to do that I wanted geography I finished my phd notion atrophy and Begin Charter member breeze fifty years ago working out in the oceans then they went into medicine in nineteen seventy three to find the has diabetes which I have I'm going to be publishing this year after my work with Dr Oughta human head of pathology in one thousand nine hundred twenty nine years ago and what I did research with the head of pathology I got persecuted for every area I've done research including toxicology. UCLA or service mapping was to Donaldson. or work on a mapping deldot fibers for mapping because of pain every single area of rammed up their rectum they've never seen daylight now people I'm offended Dr Daego said you should be offended by the system that's why when I talk and I'm trying to get in touch with president trump and I don't know if you've context but people need to realise Dr Diggle has wisdom now not going to be honest forever I want my wisdom out there to the public I was posting inch of videos today to three to five minutes and all products I want people understand if you don't take nutraceutical in whether you're traveling or just trying to stay at home or cut down the ah medication you're taking you're taking meds for blood pressure if you don't take nutraceutical you're.
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"B. A. P. dot com listing to that I'm on in the evening and I am actually a lead in to the great Eric in Kerry of course they have been deleted on two hundred fifty total twenty fourteen another station but I'm one of them you guys started I'm one of the most important ones but then you can check their Twitter at crisscrossed for those at crisscross just C. H. R. I. S. K. are okay so I'm just doing is we're talking about Syria trump reversing himself and say we're gonna keep a thousand soldiers in Syria in southern Syria good he tried to tell it you know it's out again one called his bluff and invaded one from didn't think he would answer out from skin is wrong panned the film in that regard I love the guy but he's wrong on this one we're also seeing that hunter Biden really really is looking bad I mean the South China news went to the office where he's supposed to have a to work out a number at least you don't have an office there and the lady there said I don't even know who I don't I've never met him while well yes checks somebody to browse the truck for forty pick some up but apparently doesn't doing the company where he's having a partner at work it for five years still when asked repeatedly what he does what what the hunter Biden does they have no answer are they said I think they said the whole league crap already crap what is it with the he does what you want to talk to somebody in whole leak right no no no I was holy crap in them that were being asked to give you an a another a duties that he does they're still trying to figure out of the five years apparently and so yeah that's fine it is as a very modest they are very little going on this tiny little of this model moderate little office and the woman there the receptionist as I I've never met her by there you go but don't worry the checks get cast what will and course this comes on the heels of understand he will bless us by leaving all boards if we like his Daddy only gonna CNN saying tonight impeachment could lead to a first in the twenty twenty election this is CNN dreaming we talked about the the latest project veritas video coming out and this one I shows that two different CNN employees some of them recording what are I said to be telling the telephone conferences or other campuses with soccer the president of CNN about the bias and everything like that with CNN and go after trombone one of the people going to cover for project your test said I was so sick of the bias we're all they're doing it in a lot of the people and see then are are miserable because the suckers always saying go of trump after trump trump all the time and the like which we're trying to do a decent news program or is being told to go after tax from well it's not working out well for the rating sock but look at see an inside they say about this morning I should say impeachment could lead to a first in the twenty twenty election what is it this is CNN fantasizing I can't believe it this is one that this is what I guess when your boss keeps telling me to go after trump yet to come up with creative angles right gonna make stuff up president trump CNN says was repeatedly shattered political tradition may find himself in another unprecedented circumstance he could become the first president ever to be impeached and then seek another term in the next election I I you know I extend kind of unclear cause wasn't Bill Clinton peace and and one of the real action I think they're saying he might get impeached or removed and run again it's not it's just it's just they just fantasize what time of the horrible police shooting in for Texas that's blown up those on CNN and fox and it's gonna keep growing neighbor called the police on saying it was two thirty in the morning the lights are on the two front doors are open and that's not characteristic of them there because of their their elderly couple I don't see them cop show up and and they don't they're not announced because it looks a little suspicious like something's going on sold they would do a perimeter check and the woman there this twenty eight year old woman with her eight year old nephew playing call of duty and the marathon you know evening a marathon in the morning and she pulls open the blinds the cap freaks out and says hands showing your hands and just shoot her she's dead twenty eight year old college graduate from Xavier University are they gonna go to medical school not dead white cat black woman if people are making about race I yeah yeah I the the I promise to get into this I remember brother was eight six six nine zero eight six six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine and we also give a little doubt we're doing a little preview of the Democrat debate tonight Beto o'rourke will offer to take away another civil liberty another right that's the way again because it when when it when he said I'm gonna go up your guns he got the two percent of the real clear politics once he said I'm going to persecute churches and take away their at tax exemption if they support what the Bible says why once he'd said that thirty one to two point five percent so who knows will come up with tonight but it really is a three way race between Bernie are the fake native American Elizabeth Warren and Biden almost forgot poor Joe okay Joe so we'll see but I want to share this one before we ever we have given this one ever mention the the women that are flocking into trucking since we have a lot of truckers and I've always still has been some weird fantasy that I'm always at all want to be a trucker just envisioning being on the open road and driving and the horizon the beautiful country out there it seems that says you know doesn't seem out of terror or interesting or fun to me is the truck stops that seems a little bit no thank you right do you know let's see it is that does everybody here knows a lot lizard is of course right oh boy but women are now driving a lot too they said the salaries good and they say you can't discriminate there's no discrimination pays discriminating pay because it's based on you know how much you drive and and everything is either is it matter when we get the same thing and they enjoy it they like it the only challenge is safety a twenty seventeen survey asked a women in trucking best female drivers how safe they felt at work add response four point four out of ten four point four out of ten that is not a feeling of safety one woman said if we arrive at the truck stop at the end of a working day we find it full may have to keep driving past a limiter park illegally on the side of the road one woman says her father also was a trucker tauter loop her seat belt through the door handle and buckle to the door can't be opening outside while she's sleeping my god sister get yourself a fire arm right uninvited good night tell you of Mexico halted a caravan of two thousand migrants course they're illegal migrants and they they they halted a caravan two thousand migrants and the critics according to fox news are calling it a the round of a human hunt a human to hunt they were bound for the United States Mexican authorities within a few hours of them into their journey around that I'm up the consisted of migrants from I ready for this this is the invasion Africa the carribean Central America all coming in before dawn in depth but to laugh in southern Mexico near the Guatemalan border so how dare the Mexican authorities round of these illegals and stop them these African Caribbean central Americans are entitled to shop here and take yeah at take from us this have their way with us and show up in I am a migrant so you're an illegal no I'm a lighter get addy here take a number where on the Mexican side I am grateful for this president for standing up to that say that many of the illegal I I I put in the word illegal because they are the media illegal migrants who departed from chip but to a early in the morning had been held up there for weeks or months awaiting residence your trans of papers for Mexican authorities but we this is all because of Donald trump's a tear of right on Mexico they're actually enforcing the laws because of Donald trump's right it worked the businessman in charge worked is policy work twenty four miles into their journey is illegal migrants were rounded up by federalized National Guard from blocking their path most of them detain put on a bus back that the bachelor well one hundred fifty return by foot the abrupt halt of the caravan stood in stark contrast to last year when they just did they would they while others because the tears worked not like lose from free but the as the court of all he would say human rights center in Tampa to a called the round up a human flock love that so you invade us if we found you up it's a year behind where the bad guys but they can't called racist because they're Mexican there might give their Mexico thirty supple if you can just call a few hundred thousand whatever miles to the north whatever is then were racist member we're the racist us over here what were the bad guys hello it's us were bad I'm telling you and this this lady with this group said sending the migrants back south was an exercise in cruelty that's right because if you show up here from all these countries the Caribbean Africa centromere K. you're invading us it's Kroll for us to send you back all right and don't forget to add a little side of orange man bad with that right orange man bad you know I have you heard about the professor of the doctor from Johns Hopkins University he used to be in charge of the gender dysphoria program and how he talks about that at most of the young kids that are trans gender or say they're trans gender end up working through you know the if you give them love counseling and guidance they end up saying by the time they're out of adolescence I don't wanna change my sex and all this kind of stuff I don't want warm owns there is a story that is like making love is that our people to worship gender it whatever worship the allowed the altar of diversity making them get mad hundreds of young trans people seeking help to return to their original sex this story out of England that I'll be sharing with you coming up.
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"Of. Then after I retired from the Hawaiian eye center. And I really started moving the foundation to a higher plane, and now we do civic island South America, Caribbean Africa, we did twenty nine. Charity missions in twenty last twenty year, five. we go to From the NewsRadio an island eight or thirty a K H cow B H news country center. and I'm the Roger blind Murray. poor that can't afford Trending news and much more to at cage, have VH radio surgery dot com. we go The. there and do it for free. We do it all with fallen Save tears money on gas every time you and puff again. last year, we did almost two Drive. thousand free You have cataract to get gas surgeries. right yet. Download In the free some. get upside in pay less for gas than Twenty-five everyone countries else. and just Say really remarkable twenty stuff. five cents And a gallon. I do Every it all time with you all on fill tears. up I've use got promo code a couple of Bank, paid staff poor bonus were twenty just marvelous cents a gallon they handle up. So at forty all. five cents The a reason gallon I'm calling on your this first morning. fill Lows up. to The tell you upside. about what we're doing in Hawaii. We're having a charity cataract campaign next month. And this is called cataract days. And this is four people in Hawaii who are unable to afford surgery, generally, they're uninsured or they're underinsured. They can't afford it if financial hardship. And so we have sponsor Dr Tortora and the Hawaiian eye center handled this for our first year. Dodger tied Jenkins did it last year and this year, Dr Allen Faulkner of the laser vision is going to manage the program. This is all view choosy sponsorship of the Atherton family foundation the friendship Hawaii charities. She are s foundation. We've got everybody helping with this and Bausch and Lomb provides the ocular Atlanta's. So of course, we have Hawaiian eye foundation manage this program, but we've got wonderful support. That's your laser vision is I mentioned, and then surgical suites are providing the operating room and project vision Hawaii is also helping us screen the patients. So if any of your listeners health cataract. I have a friend or relative who has cataract and cannot afford or homeless and cannot afford some aliens if you will all sorts of people. That we screen, and if they're eligible, we do free surgery for them and restore richest changed their life. They become more independent more for their safety. They become more productive, and you can imagine a homeless person that has half.
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"Happy one. This is the Hawaiian Eye Radio show. This is Steve where you were talking about different sub specialties. So let me give you another example of a patient. I saw recently. It's a gentleman Forty-one-year-old he had sudden onset of flashes and floaters and his left eye. Like, all of a sudden, it was showering floaters things off ashes off to the side a little worried and came in right away. So what's going on with him? Well, this gentleman. We talked about full orders and flashes before. And the thing that we worry about like, a retinal tear or retinal detachment. So we dilated him and sure enough he had a tear and a little bit of a detachment there in his Ratna. So so why do you get the floors and flashes? Well, at the floaters, that's the gel in your eye over time it kind of breaks down and as it does. So. It kind of congeals in the center of your eye and cast a shadow when light passes through. So when that happens, it can actually tug on the retina and create a tear and detachment. So that's exactly what this person had a rental, Tehran detachment. So we sent him right away to see the retina specialist for treatment because we don't want to prolong treatment because we don't want that detachment to get any worse over time. I start to affect the central vision. So that needs to be repaired right away. In fact, they urgently took him to surgery repaired, the detachment and he's doing great. Now before I go on. I have a special collar on the line. Are longtime guests may be familiar with the name, Dr John corboy, Dr corboy founded the Hawaiian eye center over forty years ago. And in fact, he started the Hawaiian Eye Radio show. Dr corboy, though, retired has remained active in ophthalmology. I started the Hawaiian eye foundation. And he does a lot of great work giving the gift of sight to people in Hawaii as well as abroad. Corboy? Hey, good morning. How you doing? Well, I'm doing just fine. Enjoying your program this morning. And i'm. And stand you have lots of stuff that you do with the foundation. Can you tell us about the white I foundation, and especially event that's coming up. See the foundation we founded forty one. Thirty five years ago and started small in the South Pacific going annually to the kingdom of. And then after I retired from the Hawaiian eye center. And I really started moving the foundation to a higher plane, and now we do civic island South America, Caribbean Africa, we did twenty nine. Charity missions last year, we go to an island or a cow country and the blind poor that can't afford to have surgery. We'd go there and do it for free. We do it all with in tears and last year, we did almost two thousand free cataract surgeries. In some. Twenty five countries and just really remarkable stuff. And I do it all with all in tears. I've got a couple of paid staff were just marvelous they handle at all. The reason I'm calling this morning. Lows to tell you about what we're doing in Hawaii. We're having a charity cataract campaign next lungs, and this is called cataract days. And this is for people in Hawaii who are unable to afford surgery, either generally, they're uninsured or they're underinsured. You know, they can't afford it. If financial hardship. And so we have sponsor Dr Tortora and the Hawaiian iced handled this for our first year. That's right. Dodger tiger Jenkins did it last year and this year, Dr Allen Faulkner of the laser vision is going to manage the program. This is all due to the sponsorship of the Atherton family foundation friends of Hawaii charities. She are s foundation. We've got everybody helping with this and the Bausch and Lomb provide the intra ocular lenses. So of course, we of Hawaiian eye foundation manage this program, but we've got wonderful support. That's your laser vision is I mentioned and then surgical suites are providing the operating room project vision Hawaii is also helping us screen the patients. So if any of your listeners, health cataracts. I have a friend or relative who has cataract and cannot afford or homeless and cannot afford. We slow. Aliens if you will all sorts of people. That we screen, and if they're eligible, we do free surgery for them and restore richest change their life. They become more independent more for their safety. They become more productive, and you can imagine a homeless person that has half.