Mit steigender Verschuldung wächst die Angst, dass der Staat über neue Abgaben und Steuern versuchen könnte, Löcher zu stopfen. Es besteht die Befürchtung, dass im kommenden Jahr über das 2019 geänderte „Lastenausgleichsgesetz“ eine Vermögensabgabe kommen kann. Impfschäden sind im neuen Gesetzestext mit abgedeckt. Was ist dran am Lastenausgleich? Web: https://www.epochtimes.de Probeabo der Epoch Times Wochenzeitung: https://bit.ly/EpochProbeabo Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTimesDE YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81ACRSbWNgmnVSK6M1p_Ug Telegram: https://t.me/epochtimesde Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtimesde Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTimesWelt/ Unseren Podcast finden Sie unter anderem auch hier: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/etdpodcast/id1496589910 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/277zmVduHgYooQyFIxPH97 Unterstützen Sie unabhängigen Journalismus: Per Paypal: http://bit.ly/SpendenEpochTimesDeutsch Per Banküberweisung (Epoch Times Europe GmbH, IBAN: DE 2110 0700 2405 2550 5400, BIC/SWIFT: DEUTDEDBBER, Verwendungszweck: Spenden) Vielen Dank! © 2023 Epoch Times
Bei ihrem Amtsantritt überboten sich die Kritiker mit düsteren Prophezeiungen, Giorgia Meloni galt manchen als "gefährlichste Frau Europas." Seit einem Jahr ist sie nun im Amt. Wie regiert Meloni? Wie steht Italien heute da? Welche Rolle spielt sie in einer erstarkenden europäischen Rechten? Waren die Befürchtungen nun übertrieben – oder haben sie sich bewahrheitet? In "Das Politikteil" ziehen wir eine vorläufige Bilanz mit der Italien-Kennerin Birgit Schönau, die in Rom lebt und zehn Jahre lang Korrespondentin der ZEIT war. Schönau veröffentlicht in diesen Tagen auch ihr neues Buch "Die Geheimnisse des Tibers: Rom und sein ewiger Fluss" (C. H. Beck). Schönau beschreibt eine Politikerin, die außenpolitisch pragmatisch agiert und nach innen einen konsequenten Umbau des Landes à la Orbán betreibt, indem sie Posten mit Familienmitgliedern besetzt, die Rechte von Minderheiten beschneidet und eine Klientelpolitik betreibt, die das Land wirtschaftlich immer weiter in Schwierigkeiten bringt. Schönau erklärt, warum Meloni gewählt wird, obwohl sie ihr zentrales Wahlkampfversprechen nicht einhalten kann: die Migration zu stoppen. Sie beschreibt eine Regierungschefin, die als erste Frau im Amt punktet und als "Herr Ministerpräsident" angesprochen werden will. Eine Frau, die ihr Land in einen permanenten Alarmzustand versetzt, der zugleich dazu führt, dass fast 40 Prozent der Italiener nicht mehr wählen gehen. Im Podcast "Das Politikteil" sprechen wir jede Woche über das, was die Politik beschäftigt, erklären die Hintergründe, diskutieren die Zusammenhänge. Immer freitags mit zwei Moderatoren, einem Gast – und einem Geräusch. Im Wechsel sind als Gastgeber Tina Hildebrandt und Heinrich Wefing oder Ileana Grabitz und Peter Dausend zu hören. Und eine Bemerkung zum Schluss: Bei dieser Folge gab es technische Probleme bei der Aufnahme von Tina Hildebrandt, weswegen wir bei der Tonqualität um Nachsicht bitten.
Im Juli 1905 reiste Fridtjof Nansen von Norwegen in die dänische Hauptstadt, um dort den dänischen Prinzen davon zu überzeugen, norwegischer König zu werden. Nansen, der Polarforscher hat nämlich nicht nur als erster Mensch Grönland durchquert und versucht, den Nordpol zu erreichen. Der Norweger war auch ein berühmter Befürworter der norwegischen Unabhängigkeit, das bislang in Personalunion vom schwedischen König regiert wurde. Und Nansen setzte nicht nur in der Erforschung des arktischen Eismeers neue Maßstäbe: Als Diplomat und Botschafter war er unter anderem für den Völkerbund tätig, führte den ersten international gültigen Ausweis für Staatenlose ein und erhielt 1922 den Friedensnobelpreis. Wir sprechen über die außergewöhnliche Biographie von Fridtjof Nansen und warum die schwedische Königsdynastie auf einen französischen Revolutionsgeneral zurückgeht. //Literatur Roland Huntford: „Nansen: The Explorer as Hero“, 2001. Tickets für unsere Liveauftritte im Herbst gibt es hier: https://www.contrapromotion.com/ Und wer unser Buch, das am 28.9. erscheinen wird, vorbestellen will, kann das im gut sortierten Buchhandel oder hier tun: https://www.piper.de/buecher/geschichten-aus-der-geschichte-isbn-978-3-492-06363-0 //Aus unserer Werbung Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/GeschichtenausderGeschichte NEU: Wer unsere Folgen lieber ohne Werbung anhören will, kann das über eine kleine Unterstützung auf Steady oder ein Abo des GeschichteFM-Plus Kanals auf Apple Podcasts tun. Wir freuen uns, wenn ihr den Podcast bei Apple Podcasts oder wo auch immer dies möglich ist rezensiert oder bewertet. Wir freuen uns auch immer, wenn ihr euren Freundinnen und Freunden, Kolleginnen und Kollegen oder sogar Nachbarinnen und Nachbarn von uns erzählt!
Übers Wochenende kam es an verschiedenen Eritrea-Festivals zu Ausschreitungen. Kritikerinnen und Befürwortern des autokratischen Regimes in Eritrea von Langzeitmachthaber Isayas Afewerki gingen gewaltsam aufeinander los. Dabei wurden in der Schweiz, Israel und Norwegen einige Personen verletzt. Das Ausmass der Proteste hat eine neue Stufe erreicht. Weitere Themen: (05:35) Gründe für Ausschreitungen an Eritrea-Festivals (10:47) Saudi-Arabien: Annäherung an Israel? (19:28) Indien: noch lange keine Industrienation (24:48) Wahlen 23 - «Parteiencheck»: Die GLP (34:14) Schlupfwespen sollen Kirschessigfliegen bekämpfen (37:31) Invasive Arten sind grosse Bedrohung
In this episode, we visit the battlefield of Le Cateau. In August 1914 Horace Smith-Dorrien's II Corps stood and fought when they had been ordered to retreat. This disobedience delayed the Germans and has been described by one military historian as being "the battle that saved the BEF".Sir John French later used Smith-Dorrien's insubordination as a tool to dismiss him. What happened that day? We look at the battle itself and then take a journey around the battlefield to visit some of the cemeteries and memorials commemorating the dead. Our journey takes in the most famous tree on the battlefield, the grave of arguably the most famous war poet of the Great War, and finishes at the poignant vista of the Suffolk Memorial.Support the podcast:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/footstepsbloghttps://www.patreon.com/footstepsofthefallen
Im westafrikanischen Niger haben die Putschisten den Luftraum über dem Land vorübergehend geschlossen. Grund dafür seien Befürchtungen einer militärischen Intervention durch benachbarte Staaten. Ausserdem: * Am Wochenende haben Gespräche stattgefunden, wie ein Weg zu einem Frieden im Ukraine-Krieg aussehen könnte. * Zehntausende Jugendliche beginnen in diesen Tagen eine Lehre. Gewisse Branchen haben Mühe ihre Stellen zu besetzen.
Durch Payment-for-Order-Flow verdienen viele Broker und Neobroker einen Großteil ihres Umsatzes und können ihre Dienste deshalb kostengünstig anbieten. Doch das soll ab 2026 in der EU verboten sein. Befürworterinnen des Verbots versprechen sich mehr Verbraucherschutz. Die Gegner befürchten, dass es Investieren teurer mache. Wer hat recht? Darüber sprechen Mona und Jule in dieser Folge. ➡️ Jetzt KLARTAX, die smarte Steuer-Anwendung, kostenlos runterladen oder direkt auf https://www.klartax.de/ * starten. Mit dem Code FINANZFLUSS50 (gültig bis 02.10.23) 50% Rabatt auf die Übermittlungsgebühr erhalten. Aktion nicht kombinierbar mit anderen Rabattaktionen. ℹ️ Weitere Infos zur Folge: Sign up für unseren Finanzfluss Newsletter: https://www.finanzfluss.de/memo-sign-up/ (00:00) Intro (03:10) Was ist Payment for Order Flow? (08:59) Warum das Verbot? (12:30) Was bedeutet das Verbot für Verbraucher? (15:41) Wird Investieren jetzt teurer? (18:42) Outro Kostenloses Depot inkl. Prämie: https://www.finanzfluss.de/go/depot * In 4 Wochen zum souveränen Investor: https://www.finanzfluss.de/go/campus YouTube: https://finanzfluss.de/go/abo Discord: https://finanzfluss.de/discord Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/finanzfluss/ Facebook: https://finanzfluss.de/go/facebook *Mit einem Stern versehene Links sind Werbung bzw. Affiliate-Links. Wenn du ihn für Käufe, Abschlüsse oder Anmeldungen nutzt, erhalten wir (je nach Anbieter) eine Provision. Dir entstehen dadurch keine Mehrkosten und du unterstützt unser Projekt. Wir danken dir für deinen Support!
Wer hätte gedacht, dass im Süden Deutschlands bereits vor 100 Jahren eine der hochwertigsten Pfefferminzen großflächig angebaut wurde! Wesentlich länger setzt die Menschheit dieses wertvolle Heilkraut an, kommerzielle Zubereitungen mit ätherischem Pfefferminzöl waren vielen unserer Großeltern bekannt. Diese wurden und werden quasi für und gegen alles eingesetzt, doch sollte behutsam damit umgegangen werden. Denn ein relevanter Inhaltsstoff, der Monoterpenalkohol Menthol, wirkt durchaus sehr widersprüchlich. Je nach Menge und Zeit (auf der Haut), kann er Hitze oder Kälte auslösen bzw simulieren. Denn er spricht unsere Temperaturrezeptoren an (TRPM8) – macht jedoch nicht kalt, auch ist er ein Kalziumantagonist vom Dihydropyridin-Typ! Damit wird der schmerzlösende Effekt erklärt, der in einer alten klinischen Studie an der Schmerzklinik Kiel, die später aktualisiert durchgeführt wurde, gezeigt werden konnte. Ein Roll-on mit bis zu 10 % Mentha piperita in Ethanol konnte bei Spannungskopfschmerzen genau so überzeugen wie jeweils 1 g Paracetamol oder ASS. Wir gehen viele weitere Studien und Einsatzgebiete durch, vom Reizdarm, über Post Zoster-Schmerzen, von Hilfe bei Schluckstörungen und Juckreiz bis zu starker Übelkeit. Auch sprechen wir über die Besonderheiten von Spearmint, Bergamottminze und Poleiminze/Flohminze. :: INFO :: Nach dieser Folge werden wir zwei Wochen SENDEPAUSE machen, am 11. August hören wir uns wieder! Dieser Podcast kostet dich nichts: Wir freuen uns, wenn du uns mit dem Kauf deiner Bio-Düfte in unserem Shop (klick!) UNTERSTÜTZT! Hier geht's zu den Seelen-Duftmischungen aus unserem Buch Aromatherapie für die Seele , in dem es um Erklärungen über die Wirkung von Düften auf die menschlichen Emotionen geht, mit vielen Rezeptideen. Feedback und Anregungen (bitte keine Anfragen Beschwerden betreffend!): firstname.lastname@example.org Pfefferminze Italien von Doris Karadar Pfefferminzhydrolat Bergila Pfefferminzhydrolat Farfalla Minze-Dreierlei Nanaminze Bergamottminze Yuzu-Zitrone Pflanzlicher Emulgator Solubol webSeminar 'Unterschiedliche Minzen und ihre Anwendungen' Artikel: Minze-Roll-on selber machen > bunte Roll on's zum Befüllen: 10 ml und 5 ml Video mit wertvollen Informationen, inkl über eine Fehlanwendung mit Conny Mögel und Sibylle Broggi Das Pfefferminze-Museum in Eichenau bei München Das Magazin Duft-Detektiv über Haltbarkeit, Hautverträglichkeit, mit Sensorik-Tagebuch (28 Seiten) Kostenlose Rezepte und Informationen zu unterschiedlichen Themen rund um ätherische Öle Kurzausbildung für Laien live-online (ohne Aufzeichnung, kleine Gruppen, Austausch und Fragen möglich) Blog-Artikel von Eliane Zimmermann (v. a. Studien): Aromapraxis Blog-Artikel mit vielen Rezepten von Sabrina Herber: Vivere-Aromapflege Archiv des Vivere-Newsletters mit noch mehr kostenfreien Rezeptideen Aufzeichnungen unserer über 40 webSeminare :: HAFTUNGSAUSSCHLUSS :: Alle Informationen in unseren Podcasts beruhen auf unserer langjährigen Erfahrung, auf traditionellen Anwendungen, sowie – sofern bereits durchgeführt – auf wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten. Unsere Tipps dienen ausschließlich Ihrer Information und ersetzen niemals eine gründliche Beratung, Untersuchung oder Diagnose bei einer gut ausgebildeten Heilpraktikerin oder beim qualifizierten Arzt. Ganzheitlich verstandene Aromatherapie berücksichtigt vorrangig individuellen Besonderheiten, dies ist nur in einem persönliche Gespräch möglich. Unsere zur Verfügung gestellten Inhalte können und dürfen nicht zur Erstellung eigenständiger Diagnosen verwendet werden. Das vollständige Impressum befindet sich jeweils auf den beiden Websites der Autorinnen, jede Haftung wird ausgeschlossen.
In Moskau ist Igor Girkin festgenommen worden, ein Ultra-Nationalist und ehemaliger Geheimdienst-Offizier. Girkin gilt als klarer Befürworter des russischen Angriffskriegs gegen die Ukraine. Allerdings übte er von jeher Kritik an der Kriegsführung Russlands. Weitere Themen: Die Critical Mass, bei der sich immer am letzten Freitag eines Monats tausende Velofahrerinnen und Velofahrer versammeln, ist in Zürich neu bewilligungspflichtig. Der Anlass gilt neu als Demonstration und nicht mehr als spontane Versammlung. Ist das zeitgemäss? Frankreichs Präsident Emmanuel Macron hat schwierige Monate hinter sich. Nachdem er die Regierung umgebildet hat, zog Macron am Freitag in der neuen Ministerrunde eine Bilanz.
Der russische Hardliner Igor Girkin alias Igor Strelkow ist in Moskau festgenommen worden. Der Vorwurf lautet auf Extremismus. Girkin gilt als Befürworter des russischen Angriffskriegs gegen die Ukraine. In den letzten Monaten kritisierte er aber zunehmend die russische Militärführung. Wurde ihm diese Kritik nun zum Verhängnis? Weitere Themen: (01:21) Russland: Igor Girkin in Moskau verhaftet (10:18) Macron bildet nach Unruhen französische Regierung um (14:19) «Critical Mass» gilt in Zürich als Demonstration (18:23) Palästinensische Zivilbevölkerung ohne Schutz (25:10) Globale Konzernsteuerreform kommt nur schleppend voran (31:22) Eine Postkarte aus Margate (UK)
Heute sprechen Frau Dr. Christiane Neubaur und ich über die aktuelle Situation auf dem Medizinalcannabismarkt. Sie ist die Geschäftsführerin des Verbandes der Cannabisversorgenden Apotheken und seit 1988 freiberuflich als Apothekerin tätig. Durch ihre Tätigkeit beim VCA setzt sie sich für eine verbesserte Versorgung mit Medizinal-Cannabis ein. Der VCA verbindet Apotheken, Ärzt*innen, Patienten und die Industrie für eine optimale Versorgung von Patient: innen. Durch das politische Engagement versucht der VCA die Hürden der Kostenübernahme der Therapie abzubauen, um so einen verbesserten Zugang zu der Therapie mit Medizinal-Cannabis zu erreichen. Ihre größte Befürchtung, angesichts der aktuellen Entwicklung ist, dass die Patienten ohne die Möglichkeit Selbstzahler zu sein, wieder mal hinten runterfallen und ihr Medikament nicht bekommen.
Heute zu Gast im Kurswechsel Podcast: Fabian Taute Fabian ist die Co-Projektleitung der Initiative „Digital am Arbeitsplatz“. Genau wie Kurswechsel hat er seinen Standort in Bremen, wo er auch die Ausbildung zum Industriekaufmann absolvierte. Anschließend entschied er sich für einen akademischen Weg, an dessen Ende ein Master in „Komplexes Entscheiden“ steht. „New Learning“ Mit dem Begriff „New Work“ können die allermeisten mittlerweile etwas anfangen. „New Learning“ ist für viele noch ein vollkommen neuer Begriff. Dabei ist es eigentlich sehr logisch: Die neuen Formen der Zusammenarbeit setzen auch neue Formen des Lernens voraus. Hier erkennt man auch sehr gut, warum selbstorganisiertes Arbeiten nicht auf Anhieb funktioniert, auch wenn es womöglich hochoffiziell durch die Geschäftsleitung ausgerufen wurde. Mitarbeiter müssen die Chance habe, zu lernen, wie das Arbeiten in neuen Strukturen funktionieren kann. Fehlerkultur und „Problemsharing“ Checkt man mal so die Websites von gängigen Mittelstandsunternehmen wird es kaum eins geben, was sich dieses Schlagwort nicht auf die Fahne schreibt. Die Realität spricht oft eine andere Sprache, sagt Fabian, persönliche Fehler schwächen die Chancen auf Beförderung oder werden anderweitig subtil, aber dennoch wirkungsvoll, bestraft. Was helfen kann: „Problemasharing“. Führungskräfte oder allgemein angesehene Personen dürfen häufiger den Mut haben, auszusprechen, wenn sie mit Problemen überfordert sind oder keine echte Antwort auf die an sie herangetragene Frage haben. Die Leuchtturmwirkung innerhalb der Organisation ist sehr groß und geht einen Schritt weiter in Richtung lernender und zukunftsfähiger Organisation. Wir wünschen viel Spaß beim Hören der Episode!
Wir alle sehnen uns nach Liebe. Doch gleichzeitig haben wir so große Angst davor verletzt zu werden, dass wir unser Herz verschließen. Wir sperren uns selbst in Gefängnis aus Restriktionen, Regeln und Befürchtungen. Wir tun alles um bloß nicht verletzt zu werden, mit dem Resultat, dass unsere Angst verletzt zu werden immer größer wird und wir die Liebe, sowie auch alle anderen Gefühle, immer weiter aus unserem Leben ausschließen. In dieser Podcastfolge erfährst du, wie du dein Herz wieder öffnen kannst und die Liebe in dein Leben holst. Denn keine*r von uns, muss das eigene Herz beschützen. Im Gegenteil, dein Herz ist ein Juwel, der unzerstörbar ist. Finde den Mut, dich verletzbar zu machen und lebe ein Leben in Fülle und Facettenreichtum. +++ Sichere dir kostenfreien die wöchentliche Mindful Minute: www.sarahdesai.de +++ Hier geht es zu allen Angeboten von mir: https://sarahdesai.de/linktree
Kinderbuch-Klassiker, Schullektüre, moderne Belletristik – immer häufiger unterziehen Verlage ihre Bücher einem „sensitivity reading“, streichen diskriminierende Begriffe und mögliche Beleidigungen. Von zeitgemäßer Anpassung sprechen Befürworter, von Zensur die Kritiker. Können Autoren noch schreiben, was sie wollen? Große Werke der Weltliteratur wie „Die satanischen Verse“ oder „Huckleberry Finn“ hätten eine solche sprachliche Überprüfung wohl nicht überstanden. Wie diskriminierend und rassistisch darf Literatur sein? Lukas Meyer-Blankenburg diskutiert mit Prof. Dr. Andrea Geier - Literaturwissenschaftlerin, Universität Trier, Hadija Haruna-Oelker - Journalistin und Autorin, Frankfurt, Dr. Rainer Moritz - Leiter des Literaturhauses Hamburg
Kurz vor der Sommerpause kommt es zum Showdown im EU-Parlament. Abgestimmt wird über das umstrittene Renaturierungsgesetz, vor dem Parlament versammeln sich Befürworter und Gegner. Wieso sorgt das Gesetz für so heftige Auseinandersetzung?
Bei der geplanten Krankenhausreform seien die Finanzen ein strittiger Punkt, räumte Gesundheitsminister Lauterbach im Dlf ein. Befürchtungen, dass durch die Reform kleine Kliniken auf dem Land aufgeben müssten, wies er aber zurück.May, Philippwww.deutschlandfunk.de, InterviewsDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Statt fünf nur noch vier Tage arbeiten und das bei gleichem Gehalt - dieses Konzept steckt hinter der Vier-Tage- oder 32-Stunden-Woche. Befürworter sehen darin viele Vorteile für Unternehmen und ihre Mitarbeitenden. Gegnerinnen befürchten einen Wohlstandsverlust. Was spricht für die 4-Tage-Woche - und was dagegen? Darüber diskutieren Mona und Jule in dieser Folge. ➡️ Zum Angebot von Wechselpilot: Mit dem Code finanzfluss20 sichert ihr euch pro Zähler 20€ Cashback. Dafür einfach den Code kopieren und während des Wechselauftrags bei WECHSELPILOT angeben. Das Geld erhaltet ihr nach Ablauf der 14-tägigen Widerrufsfrist auf das von euch beim Wechselauftrag angegebene Konto. Der Code ist bis zum 31. November 2023 gültig. https://www.wechselpilot.com/finanzfluss * ℹ️ Weitere Infos zur Folge: Kostenloses Depot inkl. Prämie: https://www.finanzfluss.de/go/depot * In 4 Wochen zum souveränen Investor: https://www.finanzfluss.de/go/campus YouTube: https://finanzfluss.de/go/abo Discord: https://finanzfluss.de/discord Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/finanzfluss/ Facebook: https://finanzfluss.de/go/facebook
Trebor Scholz ist ein Wegbereiter digital-globaler Genossenschaften. Er ist einer der Begründer der weltweiten Platform Coop-Bewegung und Autor mehrerer Bücher. Mit ihm sprechen wir in der neuen Ausgabe vom #Zukunftsacker-Special des Helden und Visionäre-Podcasts zur enkelfähigen Wirtschaft. R. Trebor Scholz ist Forscher, Autor und Befürworter fairer und nachhaltiger digitaler Arbeitspraktiken. Er ist Professor und Gründungsdirektor des Platform Cooperativism Consortium (PCC) an der New School in New York City, wo er auch ein Forschungsinstitut mit einem Stipendienprogramm ins Leben gerufen hat. Scholz hat daran gearbeitet, eine Reihe von Modellen zur Entwicklung von genossenschaftlichen Online-Plattformen aufzubauen und zu fördern, bei denen die Arbeitnehmer Eigentümer sind und die Plattform demokratisch kontrollieren. Er ist Autor mehrerer Bücher zum Thema Plattformarbeit, darunter „Own This! How Platform Cooperatives Help Workers Build a Democratic Internet“, das im Herbst bei Verso erscheint, und „Uber-Worked And Underpaid: How Workers are Disrupting the Digital Economy„, in dem er das Konzept der Plattformkooperativen eingeführt hat. Neben seiner Arbeit am PCC war Scholz Fellow bei den Open Society Foundations, dem Berggruen Institute und der Mondragon University, und ist als Fakultätsmitglied (Faculty Affiliat) am Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society an der Harvard University tätig. Er hält weltweit Vorträge zu Themen wie Wirtschaftsgerechtigkeit, Plattformarbeit und der kooperativen digitalen Wirtschaft, und seine Ideen wurden in großen Medien wie Le Monde, der Washington Post, der Financial Times und der New York Times vorgestellt. Hier ein paar Spotlights aus dem #Zukunftsacker-Podcast zur Gestaltung einer enkelfähigen Wirtschaft mit Trebor Scholz: Wie könn(t)en wir, basierend auf den Erfahrungen einer 200 jährigen Genossenschaftsgeschichte, eine bessere digitale Ökonomie aufbauen? Warum hängt der erfolgreiche Aufbau genossenschaftlicher Plattformmodelle mehr vom menschlichen Engagement und der gemeinsamen Vision ab als von der Technologie? Was haben die genossenschaftlichen Prinzipien mit einem Puzzle zu tun? Wie hat die Stadt New York über das öffentliche Beschaffungswesen geholfen, die genossenschaftlich organisierten Drivers Cooperative voranzubringen? Warum sollten wir für die Gestaltung des Umbruchs eine Kultur des Ausprobierens und Lernens entwickeln? Warum bieten Genossenschaften auch und gerade in einer polarisierten Welt die seltene Chance, eine gemeinsame Lösungsfindung? Warum gerade Multistakeholder-Genossenschaften großes Potenzial für das Erreichen von mehr Gemeinwohl in unserer Wirtschaft haben? Was die Erwartungen an die junge Grasrootbewegung der Platform Coops mit der 11 stündigen Wanderung eines Fünfjährigen zu tun hat? Warum sollten wir, anstatt das Rad immer wieder neu zu erfinden, lieber auf den Austausch von Technologie und die Reproduktion erfolgreicher Modelle konzentrieren? Wie eine globale Koordination sowie eine gemeinsame digitale Infrastruktur dabei helfen können, Platform Coops erfolgreicher zu machen? Du arbeitest selbst an mehr Enkelfähigkeit in unserem Wirtschaftssystem? Dann bring dich gerne bei unserem Lösungs-Event am 12. Juli ein! Aus der Geschichte lernen Für die Gestaltung unserer aktuellen Umbruchphase lassen sich historische Parallelen aus der Industriellen Revolution ableiten. Auch damals haben die technologischen Umbrüche zu einer Vielzahl sozialer Innovationen geführt, damit der Wandel auf einen gesamtgesellschaftlichen Fortschritt einzahlt und die systemischen Probleme der damaligen Zeit zukunftsorientiert gelöst wurden. Genossenschaften, Gewerkschaften, Wohlfahrtsorganisationen, Kranken- und Unfallversicherung oder die gesetzliche Altersvorsorge, sind nur einige der Errungenschaften dieser Zeit. All diese Lösungen haben eines gemein: Wir haben gemeinsam zum Wohle aller angepackt! Interview-Partner:innen der Inspirationsreise Mit der Digitalisierung haben wir wieder einen technologischen Durchbruch, der zu einem großen Umbruch führt. Gleichzeitig stoßen wir mit unserer Art des Wirtschaftens und Lebens an unsere planetaren Grenzen. Wenn wir den folgenden Generationen eine vernünftige Lebensgrundlage hinterlassen möchten, braucht es ein Umdenken und ein verändertes Handeln von uns allen. Inzwischen haben sich eine Vielzahl von Zukunftsgestalter:innen auf den Weg gemacht, die bereits an Lösungen arbeiten. Zu oft wird diesen aber nicht gut genug zugehört und sie werden in wichtigen Entscheidungsprozessen zu oft noch nicht eingebunden. Das möchten wir mit euch ändern und zwar mit diesen 12 Gesprächspartner:innen: Enkelfähige Land- und Ernährungswirtschaft: Christoph Schmitz (Acker), Johanna Kühner (SuperCoop), Nicolas Barthelmé (Du bist hier der Chef), Raphael Fellmer (SirPlus) Enkelfähige Wirtschaft: Christian Hiß (Regionalwert AG), Astrid Scholz (Zebras Unite), Valerie Mocker (Wingwomen), Trebor Scholz (Platform Coop) Enkelfähige Politik: Caroline Weimann (Joinpolitics), Maximilian Oehl (Brand New Bundestag), Philipp von der Wippel (ProjectTogether), Lisa Jaspers (u.a. FOLKDAYS) Das Finale der gemeinsamen Lösungsreise Es geht aber nicht nur um Inspiration! Nach vier Podcast-Folgen aus dem aktuellen Block zu enkelfähiger Wirtschaft geht es ans gemeinsame gestalten. Lasst uns darüber diskutieren, wie wir gemeinsam gute Lösungen aus der Nische holen. Herausarbeiten, wo es immer wieder die gleichen Hürden sind und welche Lösungsansätze funktionieren. Welche Lösungen können du, ich oder wir alle gemeinsam groß machen? 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Strap in as we venture into the dynamic and divisive world of the Kennedy dynasty, the Pharma industry, and a Twitter showdown that shook the Internet. Last week, we stepped into a sci-fi universe as we resurrected John F. Kennedy through the power of AI. Now, the drama deepens with the flesh-and-blood Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. His recent Joe Rogan appearance sent shockwaves through the community, and today, we're going to unpack it all. The Adams archive. Hello, you beautiful people and welcome to the Adams Archive. My name is Austin Adams and thank you so much for listening today. This last week has been a wild ride. If you didn't listen to our last episode, it kind of ties into this a little bit. Uh, and basically I interviewed John F. Kennedy using several AI tools that I put together about his assassination, about his alleged affair with Marilyn Monroe and several, several other topics, but we had a great discussion. Now, the very following day after I posted that podcast, Joe Rogan interviewed Robert F. Kennedy, the nephew of John F. Kennedy, and the son of Robert F. Kennedy Sr. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Is under the Democratic ticket for the 2024 presidential campaign, and he went on Joe Rogan for three straight hours, spitting nothing but facts about the pharmaceutical industry, about big pharma, about vaccines, about the assassination of his father, um, about so many different topics, wifi, radiation, uh, like so many different things. And we're gonna touch on all of it. All right, so I have a few timestamps here. We're gonna walk through each of those and we're also gonna discuss a few other things, including what led to an explosive breakout of Heavyweight Titans going after each other on Twitter, between Elon Musk and Joe Rogan and Dr. Hoz, or however the hell you pronounce this little, uh, man's name. And even Mark Cuban jumped in on Twitter, so we'll discuss how we got to that point. All right. I believe it's Peter Hoz, Dr. Peter Hoz, H O E T Z. Apparently I'm not very good at pronouncing names. Peter Hoz, um, is a vaccine expert who's been on Joe Rogan before, and you might recall that name if you listened to it during the pandemic. Um, he was a bit of an alarmist, and you know, Joe Rogan kind of broke it down, you know, broke down some of his arguments in the original conversation that he had, but it came back around full circle because Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Uh, had mentioned something about debating this Dr. Hoz, and we'll talk about all of that in a minute, but it turned out into this huge, huge explosion of of conversation on Twitter. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Just destroys the pharma industry, destroys the vaccination, uh, fan boys, and breaks it all down. Talks about autism, talks about the mercury poisoning, leading into aluminum poisoning. Then he goes into, um, the glyphosate on your food, leading to like all of these things that, that come together. So, again, like I said, it's gonna be a good conversation. We're gonna listen into a few of these clips, we'll discuss some of it. And last but not least, he even mentions the fact of what everybody has made fun of. Alex Jones for so long, saying the frogs are gay. Or however his voice is. That was my best, Alex Jones. All right. So, and we will even look at Alex Jones's response. All right? So all of that and more. But first, I need you to hit that subscribe button. Leave a five star review. All right? Not all of us are Joe Rogans of this world, and every single one of you that is here listening, I truly appreciate you listening from the bottom of my heart. You are just as much a part of this podcast as I am. So if you are listening and you are not yet a subscriber, hit that subscribe button. It means the world to me. It honestly does. I love doing this for you guys, and I appreciate all the conversations I have with you. If you're already subscribed, I need you to leave a five star review. It takes 10 seconds of your time. Just write something quick. Tell me what you love about the show. Tell me your favorite episode. Tell me your favorite flavor of ice cream. I don't care. Just leave a five star review. I would appreciate it if you think it's a five star podcast. So thank you so much. I appreciate it from the bottom of my heart. And without further ado, let's jump into it. The Adams archive. All right, robert F. Kennedy Jr. Went on to Joe Rogan just a few days ago, and it has caused an uproar on Twitter, on, uh, you know, all of the craziness that is going around the country right now. Now, some mainstream media companies won't even discuss this, like I was just looking at the Hill, and they won't even have this on their front page, which is again, we already talked about the hill going to the dark side. So we already knew that, but many people are just not even, on mainstream media not even bringing this up. Joe Rogan brings on Robert F. Kennedy Jr. And he starts the discussion by kind of talking about how he thought he was a crazy anti-vax conspiracy theorist. So let's see him kind of just bring up his point about what he thought until Robert f Kennedy's book came out called The Real Anthony Fauci, which broke down Fauci s career of essentially killing. Americans per profit from the a Z t scandal all the way till now with the Covid vaccine. So let's watch him break this down for us. It's very frustrating for me when with letting you say things to, and they have problems with some of the positions that a lot of people have problems with. I was one of those people. So when I had heard of you in the past, before I had read your book and before I'd met you, I had no information on you. But there was this narrative, and this narrative was you were anti-vax and you were, you believed in pseudoscience and you were kind of loony. I didn't look into it at all. I just took it at face value, cuz that's what everybody had said. And in my mind, vaccines have been one of the most important medical advancements in human history. Save countless lives, protected children, and I, I thought very strongly that they were important. I didn't have any information on that either. This is also just a narrative I've adopted from cursory reading of news articles and, you know, not really getting into the subject at all. Then the pandemic happens. And I had quite a few very reasonable liberal people, rational people, people that I, I, I trusted their mind, recommend the real Anthony Fauci your book. And I'm like, Robert Kennedy wrote a book about the, about Anthony Fauci. Like what is this gonna be about? Like this is my initial reaction. You've got this what I perceive to be a kind of fringy thinking, you know, almost conspiracy theorist type person that's not based in fact what their argument was. And he had written a book on Anthony Fauci, and this was right around the time where I was, you know, I was very concerned with the way things were going, that people were just blindly trusting that there was only one way out of this that was, that was kind of bothering me, particularly when I had known that so many people had gotten the virus had been fine. So I'm like, well, what is, what's the reality of this? So then I read the book. And I've talked about it multiple times on the podcast, but if what you were saying in that book was not true, I do not understand how you are not being sued. You, you, you would instantly, immediately be sued. The book was very successful. It sold a lot of copies, but it was mysteriously absent from certain, certain bestseller lists. People were not promoting that book at all. But through word of mouth and through the time that we live in, through this time where there was so much uncertainty and people were very confused and also suspicious, there were suspicious that they're being told a very, a narrative. And they were starting to remember that, hey, this has happened in the past. These kind of narratives about medications, these, they have happened in the past, they just never happened. Where this is like the whole country is being convinced that this is the way to do it. So I read your book and. By the end of the book. It was so, it was so disturbing that sometimes I had to put it away and just read fiction for a few days. I was like, I don't want this in my head right now. You know? Cause a lot, I listen on audio and a lot of times I'm listening in the sauna, so I'm listening while I'm already getting tortured. So it's, it's 185 degrees and I'm listening to this, this book that if it's telling the truth just about the AIDS crisis. So what I wanted you to listen to that for is that Joe did not start off this conversation by saying, I agree with everything that you say. He said, I was so skeptical of you that it took several of my liberal friends to come to me and say, Hey, you need to read this book. And even when he was given it or he bought it, he still was skeptical. And then he started to listen and then he started to figure out and unravel some of the narratives that many of us have found to be true, which he just mentioned, which is that this is C O V I D was not the first time the pharmaceutical industry did this. Going back to the AIDS scandal, the AIDS epidemic. Fauci was behind it all. He pedaled A Z T A pharmaceutical medication, which killed people faster than AIDS did, which killed people faster than cancer. Did. So much so with cancer that they pulled it from the shelves cuz it was killing people within two weeks and then repurposed it to be used for aids, killing massive amounts of other people causing protests around the entire country. So, no, this is not the first time that it happened and people started to realize that, especially when the same name Fauci came up under several of these situations. So he points that out. Now where the conversation starts to spiral from from here is they go on to discuss vaccines for the next. S hour, entire hour of this. He just comes with every study, um, every situation, every litigation that he's, he's actually gone through. So Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Started as an environmentalist in, in law and started litigating against, companies like Monsanto who were pouring massive, massive amounts of, chemicals into the water supplies. And so he started litigating all of these large companies and, and winning. Then he starts to have people come up to him and, and, and if you've listened to this podcast, and I hope that you have, and if you haven't, you should who start talking to him about vaccines. And they say, I, if you think that this is a problem, you should really look into this, because this has affected my life in a huge way. And they start to look in into the vaccines, and what he starts to discuss is the amount of mercury that was contained, which is methyl mercury, which he distincts, says a distinction between, uh, a different type of mercury. Which he, you know, was kind of how they write off the mercury situation when it comes to vaccines. But he starts to lay out and, and pin this spiderweb of thread showing that it can all be traced back to the vaccines. So that was how it started off. Then he starts to get into some other topics. Now, I'm not gonna go into all these vaccine information studies with you. I'm, I know a lot about it, but I'm not nearly as educated. So go listen to them. It's a tremendous conversation, but I do wanna get into some, some of these other points. Now, one thing that I would like to point out about this situation in general is nobody ever has had a platform the way that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Was just given one by Joe Rogan to discuss something that was so, so conspiratorial, so against the grain. Now, I love this, after doing the, the John F. Kennedy podcast last time, now, now I'm starting to see the, the lineage, uh, coming down from John F. Kennedy To Robert F. Kennedy. To Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Like I, I am, fanboying at this point at, at this, this family because of the way that they've stood up to so many institutions, right? Jonathan Kennedy with the cia, um, Robert F. Kennedy, following in his shoes. Obviously, both of them eventually being assassinated, which is horrific. But also just the, you know, there's, there's something about somebody who understands the consequences. Of freedom of speech and doing the right thing and doing it anyways. Not bowing down, not self-censoring, not not cutting the conversation off when they know that people are gonna maybe start to question their, uh, validity or just if you have a belief and you believe that somebody or something, or some entity is doing something wrong, regardless of the outcome, doing the right thing, especially if you're somebody who, who has abilities, who will allow them to speak to that power and cause a movement around it. Now, today, thankfully, we have social media and we can have so many people out there that are doing this on Instagram, on, on TikTok, on Twitter, on uh, YouTube, on rumble, on, on podcasts, all of these, you know, tremendous people that are out there. Um, but the Kennedy family has been doing this for a very, very long time. On the largest of platforms in, in the, the most powerful positions in the world. So again, I just love seeing him on this podcast and being given this, this platform by Joe to just talk Joe Rogan the most that he talks the entirety of this podcast was what you just listened to almost the rest of it. He's just sitting and listening to Robert F. Kennedy Spout fact after fact, after fact about all of these different topics that we're gonna touch on. So, Again, like I said, I just, I, I love the way that this went down. It's incredible today that we have these platforms, that we have such a large platform for freedom of speech when at the same exact time we are being, you know, actively silenced and, and our, our mainstream media has positioned itself in a way where absolutely nobody believes what they say. But to have an alternative, to have an alternative like Joe Rogan, who, who CNN and Fox News combined perish compared to the amount of, of viewership that Joe Rogan gets, which is just incredible in a country like ours where freedom of speech is the number one amendment, the very first thing that they wrote, right? The freedom of speech. And so to have a, a continuation of a platform in a world that was so far gone from that, that would just propaganda arm for the governments with every mainstream media company that was out there. All of them, every single one of them. So to have Joe Rogan. Allow Robert F. Kennedy to speak about the most controversial topics in our society today. Until you get into the real deep conspiracies that Alex Jones type people start to touch on. Um, you know, the, uh, and, and even if, I bet you, if you let Robert F. Kennedy talk for long enough, he would be bringing up the Build Bird group, the, the World Economic Forum, the, you know, then you can take it another step further. And we've gone into those conversations before about the, the, you know, it can get dark and deep, but as far as mainstream narratives that he, who should not be named the number one on the list in today's society's vaccines, that is the Voldemort of topics. You may not say anything negative about vaccines. It's literally written in the bylaws of YouTube. I was reading it the other day. It says, if you say anything about vaccines not being helpful, anything about, uh, vaccines causing autism, anything about, like this is in the regulations of YouTube, that your, your channel will get. Strikes or will get completely pulled off of their platform if you mention anything negative about vaccines. So in a time where that is happening, for the very single largest person in entertainment to just let him talk for three straight hours was just incredible. All right. So let's touch on one of the first topics here that I really enjoyed listening to that kind of opened my eyes a bit. Now, this is something that I've heard before, but I haven't heard it spoken about on a large enough platform to bring it validity. And that's, that's something that you see throughout this entirety of this conversation is, is there's several of these things that you've probably heard before, right? We're gonna talk about glyphosate, we're gonna talk about, uh, you know, the Spanish flu. We're gonna talk about assassinations. We're gonna talk about radiation coming from wifi. Um, You've probably heard a lot of those things before, but to hear it on such a platform that, that brings validity to it, to the mainstream, not just, you know, the Reddit threads you're on, not just, you know, listening to Alex Jones or, uh, you know, Sam Tripoli talk about these things and the Tim Foyle hat pod, like the, the, the validity that it brings by him discussing this and the fact that he's running for president simultaneously is amazing. So let's, let's listen to this very first clip here, and this is gonna be on wifi radiation. All right? And this timestamp starts at one hour and 10 minutes. What we can say is most of it started in 1989 and there are only a certain, there's a finite number of culprits that you can point to and say, this tox, it has to come from a toxic exposure cuz genes don't cause epidemics. You, they can provide a vulnerability, but you need a toxic exposure. What is it? Is it, you know, it could be glyphosate, it could be neo oid pesticides, it could be pfoa, which are the flame returns that became ubiquitous, you know, around that same timeline. It could be cell phones, you know, it could be, uh, you know, on wifi, uh, um, uh, radiation. So there's a certain That's unlikely. What? Isn't that very unlikely though? It could be ultrasound. Yeah, yeah, of course. Well, I, you know, I think the, the wifi radi, uh, radiation is a lot worse than people think it is. But, you know, I don't think it's, how so? Well, wifi radiation. Is, uh, does all kinds of bad things, including causing cancer, wifi, radiation causes cancer. Yeah, from your cell phone. I mean, there's cell phone tumor tumors, you know that, I mean, I'm representing hundreds of people who have cell phone tumors behind the ear. It's always on the ear that you favor with your cell phone. Oh. Um, and you know, we have the science, so if anybody lets us in front of a jury, they, it will be over. You know, we, so what is the, what is the number? Cause a lot of people use cell phones. There's a lot of people with it. Their glioblastomas. That's the kind of cancers that they get, but cancer's not the worst thing. They also, you know, it opens up wifi ra radiation opens up your blood-brain barrier. And so all these toxics that are in your body can now go into your brain. How does wifi radiation open up your blood-brain barrier? Yeah. Now you're gone beyond my, uh, my okay. Expertise. I, I, but what? There are, there are. I'm gonna use a number here and you're gonna think it's hyperbole, but, but it's not. There are tens of thousands of studies that show the horrendous danger of wifi radiation, and So this is wifi, like that's in this room? Yeah. Cause we have wifi, wifi routers. You should not be asleep and you should not let your kids. Carry their cell phones on their breasts, particularly a woman because they're associated with braco, you know, they shouldn't be holding in the breast pocket. If you have to call, put 'em in your, you know, butt pocket. You should not be, uh, having 'em near, near your head when you're sleeping. You know, you need to get away and you should never put one next to your head. You, he said, oh, I, like, I will never put this next to my head. I put, so how many times have you heard somebody say that you shouldn't ha you shouldn't have your phone in your pocket? Like the, the amount of sperm count with males when you put your phone in your pocket consistently has dropped tremendously. Right. And then he talks about the blastomas that are happening within the, the, the ear on the side that you hold your cell phone to. So there, there's actual, some scientific studies that we can point to. And I pulled one up here for us, just so we're not. Reiterating exactly what he said here. Um, and this comes from science direct.com and it's a study done, done by Martin Paul, um, with the name. Wifi is an important threat to human health. So here's the abstract, and it says that repeated wifi studies show that wifi causes oxidative stress, sperm testicular cancer, neuropsychiatric effects, including EEG changes, ptosis cellular, D n a, damage and dorin changes, and calcium overload. Each of these effects are also caused by exposures to other microwave frequencies, EMFs, with each such effect being documented in from 10 to 16 reviews. Therefore, each of these seven EMF effects are established effects of wifi and other microwave frequency EMFs. Each of these seven is also produced by downstream effects in the main action of such EMFs voltage gated calcium channels. And so what this also goes on to say, Is, and I'll give you the kind of, uh, the highlights of it. It says that seven effects have been repeatedly reported following wifi and other e MF exposures, established wifi effects including EP, ptosis, oxidate stress, and testis slash sperm. Defuncts. Neuropsych DNA impacts hormone changes. Wifi is thought to act via voltage gated calcium channel activation. One claim of no wifi effects was found to be deeply flawed. Um, so just there is scientific studies to back up all of this. And, and Jamie, uh, the, uh, guy that helps Joe Rogan on his podcast, uh, do the technical aspects of it, uh, pulls up one of these such studies and discusses it here. But let's, let's finish out this segment. Put it on a, i, you know, I put it on speakerphone or use earphones, but, you know, I won the case in front of, on this issue of suing FCC and FDA about it. And, um, and, you know, and the court sided with me, so now they're gonna have to go back to the drawing board and do it. But the Russians, you get, Russians know more about wifi radiation than anybody. They, they developed as a weapon and a lot of the really good signs came out of Russia. And, uh, you know, the Russians won't let kids use cell phones. That was kind of a small touch that I haven't heard the Russians developed wifi radiation as a weapon. Now that was one statement that I didn't look into. Let's see if we can find something about that. Interesting, cuz just that one little statement, uh, is, is, uh, Quite, quite an interesting statement there. Let's see if I can find something on that. But in the meantime, I'll let you continue listening. Phones in kindergarten or you know, in, in grade school, a lot of the schools in Russia don't let cell phones in there cuz of the danger and the levels of radiation that they allow from cell phones is like one, 100th of what? And I don't know exactly what it is, you know, so that's the number people shouldn't hold me to. But it's, it's, it is a tiny fraction of what we allow in this country. So the, the wifi radiation is obviously different than cell phone radiation. So you're talking about people that are just in a room with wifi are being exposed to something that's dangerous. Yeah, people, and, you know, people have different sensitivities to it. Some people are extremely sensitive. They become completely debilitated from it. And, um, really. All right, so here's something that I just found on that. It says, 68 years of Russian microwave radiation attacks on Americans with impunity. And this comes from the Washington Times, and it says, some 200 American diplomats, inte, or intelligence and military officers have been harmed, severely disabled, and perhaps even killed by apparent microwave radiation attacks over recent years and decades, probably using weapons the Russians bragged years ago they were developing. Americans have been targeted and harmed by these attacks in Moscow, pecking Shanghai, Havana, Vienna, some American cities, and now even outside of the White House. All this raises a major concern. Why do US officials who are investigating this matter act like they're unaware of the nature and source of these mysterious attacks this month, secretary of State, and this comes from an article in 2020. Anthony Blinken trying to reassure his implements about the microwave aggression stated in a memo that the government does not know what is happening or how to stop it. Most of the reporting on the subject has portrayed the apparent attacks, inaccurately or completely, uh, or incompletely as a new phenomenon and of certain. Or uncertain origin. For example, the other day, a Pentagon correspondent re uh, reported that these attacks began in Cuba five years ago. Has the media forgotten its own reporting from just a few years ago? This says, in fact, it has been widely and accurately reported. The attacks began in Moscow 68 years earlier in 1953. Furthermore, the Russians have privately admitted this justifying it because they were simply jamming listening devices on the US embassy's roof as the New York Times reported some 45 years ago. As correspondent Bernard Gman wrote on a February 26th, 1976. After 15 years of denial, the Russians have privately admitted to using microwaves to counter the array of listening devices on the US Embassy's roof. They have claimed some people think they use microwaves to at activate their own surveillance devices hidden in the embassy. Um, he went on to write that the Russians action had irritated. Administration officials and produced diplomatic protests because of possible damage to the health of American personnel from long periods of exposure to low level radiation. According to administration and congressional sources, the Russians have been beaming the microwave emissions into the American Embassy for 15 years. At first, the waves came from a nearby building, but after the structure was torn down, the waves came from across Chaikovsky Street, the large Boulevard, the embassy faces. But in recent years, reporting by the newspaper of record headaches ignored its earlier groundbreaking revelations. The July 16th, 2021 issue of the New Yorkers, a well-researched story by Adam tus, made it clear that many American officials suspect that Russian operators and technology are responsible for Havana Syndrome, but quoted, I've heard of that before. I think we've even talked about the BEF that before the Havana Syndrome, but quoted a senior Biden administration official as saying, we have not yet determined intent or motive. We do not have a view on that yet. Interesting. Um, it says over the years, uh, diplomats in Russia repeatedly protested the possible damage in health of American personnel from long periods of exposure. Uh, so interesting. Even just that small little statement, right? They've been using this as a weapon, uh, to see the validity in that and just this conversation here is pretty wild. Interesting. So wanna do more research into that? Look into Havana Syndrome. Oh, yeah, we have a woman from wifi. Yeah, we have a woman who, uh, who was, uh, um, who developed an, an allergy to wifi. She was in the, uh, Israeli defense forces, and she was in their cyber warfare unit. Oh, she was in a room with it all the time, and suddenly she developed a art. And she's a brilliant lawyer. Um, and she's one of the leaders of, you know, uh, in this movement to get, to make sure that they don't put wifi antennas on elementary schools, which they're doing now. There's no control over where p people put these antennas. And if you think the radiation poisoning from wifi is bad, just wait till you start to research. The next Voldemort of, of conversations within our society and actually the Department of Homeland Security, which labeled anybody who discusses this topic as a potential domestic terrorist, and that is 5g. You heard me right? The Department of Homeland Security said, if you ha say anything negative against the health effects of 5g, you can be labeled as a domestic terrorist. So if you think WiFi's bad, literally outside of the street homes and, and along the highway that you drive every single day, you will see a 5G tower. Now, I don't know about you, but I know since 5G towers started popping up every quarter mile that I drive my car, my phone has not gotten any faster. That has done nothing for me. Right. And, and I also ha have heard that the people who go up and work on the 5G towers actually have to put on an entire lead suit because of the amount of radiation being leaked out of those towers. So if you think wifi poisoning is bad, just wait until we see the effects of 5g. Now, I, again, I have not done a deep dive into 5g, so I'm not saying with, uh, uh, an amazing amount of research that this is to be true. But if, if they have to stand in front of those 5G towers with lad suits on to not poison the people who are working on them while sitting in front of them, what do you think that's doing to you on a daily basis all of the time? Right. And this kind of like goes back to the conversation of like, if you went back a hundred years ago, every piece of technology that we have today from the lights, the camera that you're viewing this on, or the, the frequency of wavelengths that you're listening to me from, from the vibrations that are going across the air in this magical, weird little way. All of that was magic. It was, it was nothing that was founded upon some scientific evidence that we would've known that there is a way for us to, I don't know, uh, fricking pull up your phone and FaceTime with somebody and cross the entirety of the, the world so that they can see your face at the exact same second as you move it at the exact same time, across the entirety of the world. Right? It was all magic. This, the, the, the, the way that we went from zero to one over the last a hundred years. And I think this gives some sort of validity to the idea of, uh, you know, alien technology and, and, and UFOs crashing and, and us reverse engineering some of the technology that we found within those, or getting Dr you know, little care package type technology drops from whatever entities have visited our planet. I, I do not see how one person on this planet. It took us from every, every invention prior to it being physical, there was no radio frequencies, there was no video, there was no internet, there was no, all of these things that, that we just, we just take for granted that we cannot see how they work with our eyes. This is the very first time in history that we've had technology like that, and it's just in the last a hundred years. And, and if you break down society and, and, and history into a, a, a 24 hour clock and, and you look at the amount of time that we've had this type of technology over the last a hundred years, right? The 300,000 years that we've been from, you know, our, our wars with, uh, Neanderthals now that, that we are the homo sapiens and, and the 300,000 years from the time we invented fire to when we invented 5g fricking cell phone tower networks is, is a pretty crazy jump. And almost all of that happened in the last a hundred years. So the idea that we actually understand the outcomes of our actions or the outcomes of these technologies or the effects on, on our bodies or our brains, or our mental health or our physical health. When we've only had these things for a hundred years, 50 years, in some cases, 30 years or, or five years, like 5g, three years even, like not, not that long of a time period. We don't know what's happening with these. Just like we found out about asbestos, just like we found out about pfoa, just like we found out about seed oils, we are finding out all of these tangible things are literally poisoning you and your children. What about the non-tangible things? What about the things that you cannot see with your eye? What about all of those frequencies that are literally beaming between your eardrums from the microwave that you use? To cook your food to the, the cell phone that you're holding in your hand to the radio that you take, you know, took for granted for so long. Like those are vibrational frequencies and, and there's an antenna on your car, on your phone and your computer in, in this camera so that it can pick up these frequencies. We don't know if we have that type of antenna in our brain where we're, or, or even just what the effects are when those frequencies are passing through our head as they're getting to our devices or our spouse's devices or across the entirety of the world. Like how many people are having a discussion right now, and maybe I'm just ignorant to how this stuff works, but where, where those frequencies are passing through my house, passing through my skull right now as I'm talking to you. And, and, and what effect does that have on your brain? What effect does that have on your mental health? What effect does it have on your body? What effect does it have on your DNA that you pass to your children? We don't know. So when he brings up wifi, that unloads a whole host of other issues that we now have to potentially address and good, because all of these things that we've found out about the nutrition that we've had shoved on our, our throats, the, the, you know, the, um, Nutrition, the, the, the food industry, big, big, you know, conglomerates like Nestle and, and all of these companies that are out there pedaling, uh, lucky Charms to your children with, you know, red Dye 40 in it, that causes your children to have ADHD like symptoms. So you feed them that to make them be happy because they want it, and then they act crazy and, and because they're acting crazy now, you get them put on Ritalin or Adderall, it's so that they can focus in school, even though you gave them cereal for breakfast before they went to school to give them Adderall so that they can focus, which causes them to have anxiety. So you give them, you know, Lexapro and, and, and so now they have Lexapro issues. So, you know, like it's just this vicious cycle of profitability for these corporations. And just to have somebody on this type of platform question, even just wifi, who, and Joe challenged him initially on that. He go, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. What is the likelihood? He said that it's wifi. No way WiFi's hurting us. It's just this magical frequency that helps me be able to learn the recipes and watch porn. Like, it's like it can't be bad for you, but it is, and these are questions that we have to start addressing as a society is like, to what extent is, is the, uh, is the positive outcomes of these devices or of these, you know, the, the amount of pleasure you get from eating a, a piece of sour patch kids, but the, the effects that it has on your body and your mind for the next however many days or weeks or hours or minutes, right. To what, to what extent are you willing to accept that trade off because it's all a trade off. Now, if you're willing to accept the idea that you have a cell phone and now you can have access to unlimited knowledge, but, but you also understand that when you hold that thing up to your ear, it could give you cancer or, but when you put it in your pocket, it could lower your sperm count. Or also cause cancer, or when women put it in their shirt, in their breast pocket, it can cause breast cancer. Like all of these things have shown to be true. So to, to what extent are you willing to make that sacrifice? To what extent is it worth it for you? For me, I've learned eating a ton of candy is not worth it for me. I feel like shit. But then you wanna start to address some of the technology issues, right? So, so, so, but we're starting to get the information and you're now gonna have the opportunity to look at these things objectively and go, is this worth affecting my body? Is this worth affecting my mind? Is this worth upping the percentage likelihood that I, that I have cancer in my ear now that I'm on my phone six hours a day talking to clients, whatever that is. Right? So there's one topic that he touches on. Now the next topic that he touches on that I found to be interesting is how many people talked about the Spanish flu, right? Throughout Covid there was this narrative of like, oh, well everybody used to use masks back in the Spanish flu days in 1918. So everybody wanted to use Spanish flu as a way of, you know, pointing to another pandemic in, in human history and going, but wait, this, you know, we, we did things right back then we can do it right now. And to say that these types of things has ha have happened before. So, Robert Def Kennedy Jr. Mentioned something that I haven't heard before when it comes to Spanish flu, and here is that. Just that. And they, you know, there's, there's good evidence that the Spanish flu, there's, there's, you know, not, not a definitive but very, very strong evidence. Uh, the Spanish flu was vaccine induced flu. The, the, the deaths were, uh, vaccine induced. But the, the death, originally they said it was a flu, but when they've gone back and actually they have all the, the samples from thousands of people, they died from bacteriological, uh, pneumonia. So they died as a consequence of something that you could cure today with they antibiotic, with ampicillin. Okay. So when we say, but they still, so what was their, so they, you're saying they had a compromised immune system already, but why? Well, but, but a lot of the, you know, bacteriological illnesses can kill you. Yeah. It's that a lot of the viral illnesses, you know, if you're super healthy, it's pretty hard for them to kill you. I mean, I, and I'm just saying this not on any individual basis, but on a population basis, if you look at populations that are well-nourished, you don't see, uh, infectious disease mortalities anymore. So, so, and that's across, you know, I don't think anybody would argue with that. So what are you, what are you saying that the Spanish flu was, and like, what is the, the documentation? Well, the, you know, I, you said that Fauci has publicly admitted that it, it's not a flu. Fauci wrote an article in 2008 and uh, that I'm pretty sure it was 2008. In which he acknowledged that it was not the flu that was killing those people. It was a bacteriological infection. And a bacteriological infection. These days you could a hundred percent cure all of it with an antibiotic. But so, but something was making them ill and to make them vulnerable to back to your infection. That's unclear. And you know, I read an article recently and, and you can look up these articles pretty easily, but there, the, the article that I read made a very strong case that the illness came from testing a new vaccine in Kansas at a military base in Kansas. And I, again, I'm a little hazy on the details, but this is important to cover. Right. So let's see if we can find this predominant role of bacteria, pneumonia as cause of death in pandemic influenza implications. Yeah. Of, uh, pandemic influenza preparedness. So what this is saying is that bacterial pneumonia was the cause of death, but these people, obviously, w w they were saying that they had, they were sick before this correctly. Correct. Is that true? You know what, I, I, you know, I shouldn't talk about this, Joe. Okay. See, this is, let's, I don't remember enough about it. Let's, let's read what he says. The results post-mortem samples were examined from people who died of influenza during the 1918 to 1990. 1919 rather uniformly exhibited severe changes indicative of bacteria, bacterial pneumonia, er logic, and histo histopathologic results from published autopsy series clearly and consistently implicated secondary bacterial pneumonia caused by common upper respiratory tract bacteria in most influenza fat fatalities. Yeah. And, and some people have suggested that came from getting people to wear masks. Oh Jesus. So I, but I, you know, I don't know. How would that be, that the mass became the bacteria I I media for bacteria. Conclusions. The majority of deaths from the 19 18 19 19 influenza pandemic likely resulted directly from secondary bacterial pneumonia caused by common upper respiratory tract bacteria. Less substantial data from the subsequent 1957 and 19 60 68 pandemic are consistent with these findings. If severe pandemic influenza is largely a problem of bacterial viral bacterial co pathogenesis. Pandemic planning needs to go beyond addressing the viral cause alone example, influenza vaccines and antiviral drugs. That's hilarious. Yeah. Prevention, diagnosis, prophylaxis and treatment of secondary bacterial pneumonia, as well as stockpiling of antibiotics and bacterial vaccines should be high priorities for pandemic planning. Yeah, he didn't remember that. Yeah. So it looks like this was a hss, uh, public access study, um, that was called Predominant role of bacterial pneumonia as a cause of death in Pandemic Influenza, implications of Pandemic Influenza Preparedness, which was co-authored by Fauci. Um, so that's the name of the article if you wanna look it up. Uh, I won't bore you with all of it, but it's pretty, it looks about 12, 14 pages or so, but there, there's the name of of it, if you want to dig into the research of that. All right, so I found that to be interesting. How many people cited the Spanish flu, uh, when it came to Covid, and now to find out the validity of that maybe coming down to bacterial in infections or pneumonia, uh, potentially even being caused by masks. Hmm. Crazy. Now talking about crazy, here's one of my favorite parts of this conversation, if not the best part of this conversation. Uh, but first, go ahead and subscribe. Every single person listening to this right now could use a little good karma if you're like me. You know anything and everything that you can do to get a little good karma in your life. And one way that you can give back and have it come back around to you is by hitting that subscribe button. So go ahead and hit that subscribe button for me. I would appreciate it. Leave a five star review. I know I said it earlier and I know you heard me, so go ahead and leave a review. I would appreciate it. Um, and then sub stack, Austin Adams dot sub stack.com. Sign up. We will get back to irregular cadence of our podcast companions and more very shortly. So go ahead and sign up and you will get it for free to your inbox. Doesn't cost you anything. All right, so my favorite subject discussed during the entirety of the Joe Rogan podcast with Robert F. Kennedy was having to do with frogs. Now we all know the Alex Jones meme, where he talks about the waters turning the frogs gay or however his voice is. Um, but I have the clips here and we will look at that. Uh, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Sites a study that was done with 40 frogs where there was a compound called uh atrazine. An atrazine is a high percentage of it is in the water supplies that we find ourselves drinking. If you don't have a water filter, you should get one, a good one. You can get the same one that I got on. Uh, Amazon for like $120 or so, but it's probably one of the best purchases you'll ever make. Uh, you don't want that stuff in your water or anything else that's in there, including, you know, if you think some of these things they're talking about, about is, is crazy, you know, everybody's been talking about fluoride for long enough to, maybe you should second guess that too, but maybe it's a topic that we'll dive into later. Um, but there is a longstanding meme of Alex Jones talking about the water supply turning the frogs gay. You've heard that, I know you have, but Robert F. Kennedy gives some validity to that argument here on the Joe Rogan show. Um, so let's listen to him briefly touch on that. Then we will listen to Alex Jones's response to that, which I found to be quite interesting as well. Um, so here is Robert f kinda these quicks statement on that. And then we will jump over to Alex Jones's. Response. It's an endocrin disruptor. So, um, you know, similar to phthalates, phthalates are an endocrine disruptor. Probably the most disturbing endocrine disruptor, and this is something we should all be looking at, is atrazine. Yeah. Because atrazine, which is now ubiquitous, it's everywhere. But you can take atrazine and there, you know, there's, you, you, what is his name? Jamie. Jamie Young. Jamie. You can look up, you can look up this study. I think the guy, the scientist's name is Tyler, I think, and that might be his first or second name, but they took. Oh, it's loading. They don't want us to hear about the gay frogs do they? Uhoh. Oh, let's refresh this page here and see if we can get back to it. It sounds so crazy. You know, Alex Jones is talking about the, the water supplies turning the frogs gay. And, uh, for so long that it's just been one of the claims to fame for why Alex Jones is crazy is for talking about the water, making the frogs gay. And again, here we have validity to it. And they put it in a tank with 40 frogs for, yeah, three years. They put it below the exposure levels that EPA considers acceptable to humans. And 30 of those frogs, they were all male frogs and they were double Z, you know, male frogs. So they were super males and 30 of those frogs were chemically castrated. Four of them turned into females and produced fertile eggs. So they took male frogs, gave them atrazine, 10% of them turned into female and produced fertile eggs. And we're subjecting our children to exposure to that every day. What is atrazine? It's in the water. It's a, it's a pesticide. Here it is. Report toxic herbicide found in many Texans drinking water. That's it. That's from 2018, November 20th. Yeah. And why, you know, what does this dude is sexual development and children, nobody knows. Cause we, we know what it does to frogs. Yeah. But, um, you know, nobody knows what that does to, you know, what it's doing. Those kind of persistent exposures would do to our children. Yeah. It's terrifying. So atrazine, um, microplastics, all those things are having an effect, a similar effect on, and Joe just must not have caught on to the gay frogs. Alex Jones correlation at this point. Yeah, we had, uh, Dr. Shanna Swan who wrote that book, uh, countdown, that's all about this cause he segues out of it. But let's go ahead and listen to Alex Jones's response to the idea that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Agrees with him to some exer certain extent, right? That, not that the frogs are gay, but that the frogs were chemically castrated by the water supply and even turned into females. And here is his response, Lee recognized as the Alex Jones Gay Frogs rant. Do you understand that? Turn the freaking frogs game crap. Corporate media has attacked me thousands of times for it. Literally, there have been dozens of times that late night comics have made it. Their central joke. I don't like them putting chemicals in the water that turn the frigging frogs gay. Do you understand that Serious crap? Wow. If he is that upset about a governed conspiracy that is not happening, just imagine how upset he's gonna be when he finds out about one that actually is like this explanation as to why men are gay. The reason there's so many gay people now is because it's a chemical warfare operation. Here's the inside of this juice box. And if you, and if they zoom in anymore, see that thin plastic? It's got it. So after you're done drinking your little juices, well you, I mean, you, you, you're ready to go out and have a baby. He's saying the chemicals are making people, gay folks. It's making the frogs gay. Two thirds of the frogs down in Houston are bisexual. Great show Alex. We sold a lot of super male vitality formula. Soon all of your listeners will be transformed and okay, I love it. My dad. Fun side note. Pinterest also took down their Infowars page, which is bad news. If you were planning an autumn wedding with a theme, gay frog chemtrails tap water is a gay bomb and that they are putting chemicals in the water that turn the frigging frogs guy, Matt Brain Fighters, is how the lesbian conspiracy has maintained its vice grip on our nation's chia seed supply. All right, that's how they reproduce. Alex Jones is a fake. Which by the way, people have a right to be. Remember that gay frog clip at the start? He did a follow up show explaining how chemicals were being placed in the water to feminize society and reduce the population, and then immediately segued to this, we sell five different brands of the very best water de uh, water filtration systems out there. They're amazing. They cut out 99.99% of the glyphosate, the herbicides, the pesticides, the fluoride. I mean, to an untrained eye, it sure seems like he was using the idea of a gay frog to sell his products, which incidentally is the same mistake the WB network made on Infowars. One of his most famous statements was saying that tap water is turning the frogs gay and will turn you gay too. First off, gay people are awesome. I don't think that's a problem at all. That's the problem with a guy like Alex Jones because he got them to believe that the gay frogs were based on studies and facts. But it's not a laughing matter. Endocrine disruptors. Phalates and other chemicals in the water supply are gender bending, not just frogs, not just birds, not just monkeys, but humans. Every species on earth is becoming sterile and is also confusing. Its sexual preference. We know from studies over a decade ago that Mercury makes birds gay and people go, yay. Gay's cool, except now there won't be any more of those birds. They're going extinct. Many species of frog and toad are close to going extinct because the majority of the males, when they come in contact with atrazine and other chemicals are becoming attracted to other males and trying to fertilize other male's eggs that don't exist. Then when you pull back and you study books like Eco Science written by Obama's Science. Now as he's going through this, there's studies flashing over the screen here the entire time with the things in references to what he's discussing. Um, so I'll give you some of them when he is talking about the birds. It's a, a news digest, uh, article that says mercury poisoning makes male birds homosexual from 2010 as you go on. Except now there won't be any more of those birds. Um, the next article that starts to pull up is coming from the Scientific American, which says frog's mass extinction on the horizon. The deadly, uh, citrated fungus is blamed for the most, uh, for most of the 200 recent amphibian disappearances with more to come. The next article comes from, uh, The p n a s Scientific journal, um, which has Hermaphroditic de masculinized frogs after exposure to the herbicide atrazine at low ecological relevant doses goes on to discuss that. Um, following that, the next article is Atrazine Exposure Alters Frogs Sex. And that's coming from the Institute of Agriculture and Trade Policy. So he, there's receipts here. He is not just saying crazy stuff as everybody wants to make it seem. There's validity that to everything that he's discussing here. So here you go. Then when you pull back and you study books like Eco Science written by Obama's Science, are he admits to plants, John gender bending chemicals in the water. So this isn't just an accident, this isn't just runoff that is taking place. This is being in the article that he references there we can get into too, but let's just move forward. Done by design as a program of depopulation, they have picked formulas for fuel and formulas for other products like plastics that create the leakage and the leaching of these chemicals into the environment. When I've talked to top chemist, uh, top developers and they say it's very easy and inexpensive to have safer fuels, safer plastics, and other products, the system made a decision back in the fifties and then the sixties when microwaves came out to buy design. Allow lining in the plastic containers where the food would then be cooked to leach massive amounts of phalates and other chemicals that again, on record in utero, if a woman is eating food that was cooked, heated on those plastics, not just in microwaves, but also in conventional ovens, that it would then lease those chemicals and in utero in the first trimester lower the level of testosterone, penis size, number of sperm, you name it, that her child, when he grows up, will be able to produce. This is all been done by design. Don't microwave their food in plastic containers. And the reason for this is pretty simple. The American Academy of Pediatrics warns families to avoid this practice because when plastic containers are heated up, They can release harmful chemicals into that food and kids are the biggest concern, of course. Why? Well, these leash chemicals may interfere with the child's hormones, override big tech sensors. All right, so there is a little bit of his response to that. Let's see if he has any more about this specific topic. Just one example. My father owns property with sterilized fish on it with just a few drops put into the water when they were developing as eggs, as embryos. This is everything, ladies and gentlemen. This is how the globalists have emasculated us. Our sperm counts are down more than 50% in every industrialized country, and as soon as other countries that weren't industrialized like Brazil, adopt the same chemicals, the same policies that are used in the Europe, in Japan, in the us, in Canada, in Australia, we're seeing similar numbers and not just sterilization, not just feminization. We're also seeing skyrocketing cancer cases. Kind of a jungle electric green I would call it. Uh, they're great shirts. These came in about a month ago before they went on sale. Say save the frogs. Everybody around the office wants one infowars.com and people have been loving them. People process whole soybeans and leave the, all right, so there's your Alex Jones. The frogs are gay segment coming from the validity brought to it by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Now, now, if there wasn't a presidential candidate, Andre Rogan validating what Alex Jones was discussing. You've seen recently at Joe Rogan has like kind of positioned himself a little bit away from Alex Jones since the Spotify deal. So the fact that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Just in a roundabout way, and it wasn't even addressed on the actual podcast itself, brought back the topic of the frogs being gay emasculated and, you know, but, but there's true validity to the things that he's talking about. There's a lot of validity in my vocabulary today. Um, but it's valid, right? There's a lot of valid things being discussed. So, uh, but, but it's crazy to see how, in a different setting, in a different format discussed in a different way by a different person. Joe Rogan's open to the idea that that's not so crazy in all of this. Scientific studies back exactly what Alex Jones is discussing here, just as if that, that one little sentence by, by R F K said that Russia used microwaves as, as a. A weapon against us. And you start to dive into Havana Syndrome and, and the things that have happened to over 200 politicians regarding Havana Syndrome in these certain, uh, offices and, and places that they went to where they were, uh, attacked with that microwave, uh, weaponry. It's crazy, right? So, so the same thing with Alex Jones is you almost have to take a, a three to four words that he says and like go do research on it and, and see that maybe there's some validity to it, and maybe he's off some of the time. But the amount of times that Alex Jones has been right compared to Ben, wrong in his main narratives that he's, he's ta discussing is, is pretty consistently on, uh, uh, uh, a more accurate, um, than false narrative. And, and things like, you know, we could get all the way into the Sandy Hook stuff about his, you know, $12 billion or whatever he got sued for, which is wild. Um, but anyway, so let, let's, let's go back to the discussion at hand here, which is that, uh, the water and atrazine. So, so a few things. Let's just discuss what you can do about what we've discussed so far when it comes to wifi poisoning and radiation poisoning. Coming from your cell phone, you should turn your phone on airplane mode every single night. It should not be by your bed, especially next to your head. Use speakerphone or headphones, just and turn off your wifi at night. If you're not using it, it shouldn't be on. You're emitting, vibrational, you know, frequencies throughout your household for no reason. If it's on at night, no reason at all. All right, so turn your wifi off at night. Turn your phone in the airplane mode. Some people have been discussing more recently not using Bluetooth headphones and using regular headphones. I've seen some discussions around that, I believe by, uh, might have been even Andrew Huberman, who discusses that there's not enough EMFs to justify not using them. I believe it. I forget who it was. I believe, I believe it was Andrew Huberman, but it might have been somebody else. Um, so maybe research that a little bit more on your own. But, but again, if it's not natural, I, if it wasn't around a hundred years ago, and, and it has to do with some sort of wizardry, sorcery that's been going on in the world over the last 30 to 40 years. Maybe you should second guess using it all the time, right? Whether it's your cell phone next to your ear or in your pocket causing testicular cancer, whether it's, you know, Any of these things that we, we've discussed today, right? So, so, and then when it comes to the water supplies, you should absolutely have a filter. Now, people discuss the Burkey filter being the best filter. You can get a, a replacement for the Burkey filter or, uh, like an off-brand burkey filter. I believe I got mine on Amazon for $120, uh, which most people are moving towards that model anyways. So, uh, go find it. It's this big silver jug. Um, you put it next to your sink for $120. You can have obviously, the peace of mind knowing that the government isn't controlling what chemicals go into your body. You are, when you go to this grocery store, start to turn it over and look at the labels, right? All, all of this comes with awakening and figuring out that, oh, these institutions do not have mine or my children's best interest in mind. So when you realize that you have to start to question everything from the technology you're using to the food that you're consuming, to the, the water that you're drinking and everything in between, So start to ask those questions and, and, and some of these things start to unravel. All right. Now, um, let's go into one of the, the, the more controversial parts of this discussion, which turns into, um, where Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Mentions, uh, Dr. Peter Ho hoes, H o e T Z will probably find out here how to actually pronounce it, because I'm probably doing a terrible job when he brings it up here. So let's bring up that portion of the conversation, because that's going to bring us into the rest of our discussion where Twitter starts to explode with Joe Rogan calling out this physician, this doctor, this vaccine scientist. To debate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Because he starts to tweet out about this conversation between the two of them. Um, and so well, let's dive into the details, but, but let's, let's hear the intro here where, uh, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. First discusses this, uh, man at two hours and 26 minutes. Um, so let me find that timestamp for you in two hours, 26 minutes and 30 seconds, judge on many, many debates. And I've asked Hotez Hotez many, many times, so I was completely wrong, Hotez. And I think you've asked him here, why don't you debate Robert Kennedy? And he said, cuz he's a cunning lawyer or something like that. But, um, yeah, but I've debated hotels on the telephone with. Uh, you know, with kind of a referee. And, you know, I, his, his science is, is, is just made up. He cannot stand by it. He can't cite studies. Well, he was trying to tell me that vaccines don't cause autism. I said, yeah, his daughter has autism and wrote a book. Yeah, that, but I asked him, my daughter doesn't have that, didn't get her autism from a vaccine. But I've read that book and there is no science cited in that book. It's just him saying, you know, it didn't happen. And listen, I, I wouldn't wish that on anybody. And I, and God bless him, and God bless that little girl and, you know, I wrote, have nothing but, um, you know, good energy going to them and, you know, but it's not, he's using her as a leverage to tell people, you, you know, there's no problem here. But this is my point that I, I asked him what does, and he said, there's a, a few, there's environmental factors they're aware of. I go, what are those? And you couldn't cite them. Yeah. Like how can you be so sure to say this definitely doesn't, but you're telling me there's a bunch of environmental factors that do cause it, and we're aware of those factors, but you're not aware of 'em and you're an expert in this. Yeah. How is that possible? You're a, I mean, that that's the main, he's a health expert. That's the big question that anybody who says it's not the vaccines, I'm like, okay, fine. But they don't want, if you say, tell me it's not the vaccines, people go, oh yeah, good. That's, that's what I wanted to hear. That's what I want to hear. What is it when you say it is the vaccines. People go, oh my God, I don't want to hear that. They don't want to hear it. And they get angry. They get angry at you and they go, oh, tin foil hat, conspiracy theorist, and. Yeah, but the fact that no one will debate you speaks volumes, especially now, they can't say now that you're not popular. And what's, uh, crazy is that Biden now has decided he's not even gonna debate anybody in the primary. I, I, I and I, I had, um, I'll just tell you one story. The Connecticut State legislature was debating, okay? So there is your entry into the big explosion of controversy that came out from Dr. Peter Hotez, as we now know his name is pronounced. Uh, gosh. I just feel like there's been a few names. Oh. Oh. And I would like to make one correction from my last podcast. So, um, somebody, somebody pointed this out to me as, as in the last podcast where I was interviewing John F. Kennedy and discussing, um, the. Actual shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald. Um, I, I mixed two characters up in this tale, which is that, um, Lee Harvey Oswald was actually, uh, assassinated by Jack Ruby. Um, the person that I mixed him up with was, uh, Mr. Ferry. I forget Mr. Ferry's first name, but Mr. Ferry was actually supposed to be allegedly the, the getaway man who was the director or some position above Lee Harvey Oswald, which shows the connection between him and Lee Harvey Oswald of the, uh, civil air patrol or some, some sort of, uh, uh, you know, institution that he was a part of that had to do with flight. And so, um, that was the mix up that I made. So, uh, correction for my last podcast, it was not Mr. Fairy who assassinated Lee Harvey Oswald. It's basically everybody knows who's done any research on that or was around during the time. Um, it was actually. Uh, Jack Ruby, which is the famous, you know, individual, but there was mafia ties between, uh, Mr. Fairy, which I, I I correctly discussed, which showed that there was mafia ties, but potentially between him and Lee Harvey Oswald, as well as the cia, he was the CIAs as well. So, um, all of that holds true. It was just the naming that I got wrong, so I did wanna make that correction, uh, but. Now let's jump into this because you know, I'm talking about misplaced names, Mr. Peter Hotez. Dr. Peter Hotez, uh, is a foremost scientist when it comes, it comes to vaccine studies. He was actually at one point, uh, potentially going to take over the position of, of, uh, Fauci. Um, but the reason that he's discussed on this podcast between the two of them is that he was on Joe Rogan's podcast and Joe Rogan was during interviewing him goes, okay, okay, so I, I get that you wanna bring up vaccines or whatever, how he entered in this conversation, but, but let me ask you some questions. Do, do you go outside regularly? And the guy says, well, you know, not, not as much as I should. And he goes, okay, do you eat healthy? Like, how often do you eat junk food? And he goes, well, you know, I, I, I like junk food. And he's this, you know, kind of overweight older gentleman who's a absolutely not in the type of shape that Robert F. Kennedy Junior is in. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Is like pretty jacked for being as old as he is. Um, In great shape. And I guess there's a video floating around of him doing like a back flip recently, uh, on Instagram or Twitter or something. But, um, pretty wild. Anyways, so this sparks a response from Peter Hotez and Peter Hotez is I'm gonna trickle back over to, uh, Joe Rogan's, uh, Twitter account where we start to see some responses to this situation from Peter Hotez. So Professor Peter Hotez, MD PhD said Spotify has stopped even sort of trying to stem Joe Rogan's vaccine misinformation. It's really true. Uh, Anna Melon just awful. And from all the online attacks I'm receiving after this absurd podcast, it's clear many actually believe this nonsense. And then he quotes a fricking vice article like an idiot. So Peter Hotez comes out and, and makes fun of the Joe Rogan podc
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