Italian dictator and founder of fascism
Italy's liberation during the Second World War was meant to have consigned fascism to history. But eight decades later, the country has a prime minister from the far-right tradition; Giorgia Meloni's party is directly descended from the diehard supporters of Benito Mussolini who reorganized after the war.David Broder, Europe editor for Jacobin and the author of Mussolini's Grandchildren, discusses Italy's far right from the fall of Mussolini until the point when Giorgia Meloni entered the political stage. This is the first part of a two-part interview. You can hear the second part of David's interview about Meloni's rise to power in our next episode.Long Reads is a Jacobin podcast looking in-depth at political topics and thinkers, both contemporary and historical, with the magazine's longform writers. Hosted by features editor Daniel Finn. Produced by Conor Gillies, music by Knxwledge. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In the SEVENTH session of our series on Jason and Wade's recent trip to Rome, we talk about our last days in Italy and our brief stay in Munich. We hope you enjoy this session and series as much as we enjoyed the limoncello! Pour some out for the People's Hat. If this series gives you an itch to travel, you can learn about the trip to Germany that Jason and Wade are leading in May 2024 here. We'd love to have you join us. Let the Bird Fly! is supported by the 1517 Podcast Network, which is part of 1517.org. If you haven't done so yet, stop over there and check out the other great podcasts in the network, as well as all of the other excellent content they offer. And as always, please subscribe, rate, and review us on the following sites and apps: iTunes Stitcher Google Play TuneIn Radio iHeartRadio You can also like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. You can also follow our Telegram Channel, where we post our new episodes as well as other content that we think you might enjoy. And, of course, share us with a friend or two! If you'd like to contact us we can be reached at podcast@LetTheBirdFly.com, or visit our website at www.LetTheBirdFly.com. Thanks for listening! Attributions for Music and Image used in this Episode: "Slow Burn" by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. “Not Drunk” by The Joy Drops is licensed under an Attribution 4.0 International License. Image: "Portrait of Luther" by Lucas Cranach the Elder is in the Public Domain.
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Key Battles of American History
Italian dictator Benito Mussolini desired to create a “New Roman Empire.” In the 1920s, he strengthened Italy's control over Libya, and in 1935, he ordered the invasion of Ethiopia, adding it to his empire the next year. Between 1939 and 1941, Italy conquered Albania and then tried to take over parts of France, Yugoslavia, and Greece. But did Mussolini bite off more than he could chew? Join Sean and James as they tell the story of Mussolini's attempt to expand his empire.
Liberty Dies With Thunderous Applause: Dictators of History
The hosts unravel the lives and legacies of two Spanish dictators; King Philip II and General Francisco Franco. They discuss Philip's enormous Spanish empire, his marital misfortune, the Spanish Inquisition against religious heretics and the Spanish Armada sent to depose the Queen of England. They also discuss General Franco's ruthless campaign in North Africa, his friendship with Mussolini and Hitler, the brutality of the Spanish Civil War, his conservative Catholic rule and the recent discoveries of mass graves and concentration camps in Spain. These two dictators battle it out in Round 22 of the knock-out tournament to determine the single greatest dictator of all time. One of these two dictators will be eliminated from the tournament and the other will remain in contention to be crowned history's biggest dictator.
A amante de Mussolini morreu faz hoje 78 anos.
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Andes. 72 días en la montaña, es el podcast que hoy nos trae Eugenio Viñas. Conocemos una iniciativa pra recuperar edificios abandonados. Nieves Concostrina nos cuenta la liberación de Italia del fascismo, el fin de Mussolini. Terminamos con 'Lo que queda del día' con Isaías Lafuente
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La desastrosa situación militar en la primavera de 1943 hace caer a Mussolini con la complicidad de varios altos mandos y el rey Emanuele III. Un triunvirato con Badoglio a la cabeza, ostentó el poder vigilado de lejos por los desconfiados alemanes. Castigliano se pone en contacto con Eisenhower, y se trama un armisticio que bien podía entrar en nuestro programa "¿Qué podía salir mal?", con Juego de tronos incluido entre británicos, estadounidenses, alemanes e italianos por el control de la península. Finalmente, el armisticio se firma en la localidad de Cassibile el 3 de septiembre de 1943, y es dado a conocer el 8 de septiembre, sin informar al ejército italiano, que ve cómo el gobierno ha huido apresuradamente a Brindisi esperando que cualquier otro hiciese algo. Entre el caos y el desconcierto, los alemanes reaccionan antes que nadie. Te lo cuenta 🎙 Damián, 🎙 Félix Lancho y 🎙 Antonio Gómez. Casus Belli Podcast pertenece a 🏭 Factoría Casus Belli. Casus Belli Podcast forma parte de 📀 Ivoox Originals. 📚 Zeppelin Books zeppelinbooks.com es un sello editorial de la 🏭 Factoría Casus Belli. ⭐️ APOYA A CASUS BELLI ⭐️ Hazte Mecenas y así nos ayudas creando más y mejor 🎙️ contenido. A cambio accede a más de 650 episodios exclusivos para 💥 FANS. 👉 bit.ly/apoyacasusbelli 📡Estamos en: 👉http://casusbelli.top 🗨️Twitter, como @casusbellipod 👉Facebook, nuestra página es @casusbellipodcast https://www.facebook.com/CasusBelliPodcast 👉Telegram, nuestro canal es @casusbellipodcast https://t.me/casusbellipodcast Y nuestro chat es https://t.me/aviones10 ⭐¿Quieres proponernos algo? También puedes escribirnos a 📧 email@example.com Si te ha gustado, y crees que nos lo merecemos, nos sirve mucho que nos des un like 👍, si nos escuchas desde la app de Ivoox. Y también que comentes. Que no mordemos 😉 🎵 La música que acompaña al pódcast es bajo licencia Creative Commons https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/3.0/ o amparado por la licencia privada de Epidemic Music, Jamendo Music o de SGAE RRDD/4/1074/1012 de Ivoox. 🎭 Las opiniones expresadas en este programa de pódcast, son de exclusiva responsabilidad individual. Que cada palo aguante su vela. Muchas gracias por escucharnos, y hasta la próxima. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
On the 78th anniversary of Italy's liberation from Nazism and Fascism, we publish a repeat from 2020 on family memories and the importance of this day.
It was an extraordinary sight for Sydney in the '40s to have Evzones marching in the heart of the city. The 2nd World War was raging. Australians were fighting in the Middle East and Greece was fighting against Mussolini. - Η 28η Φεβρουαρίου 1941 σηματοδοτούσε την έναρξη διήμερου εκδηλώσεων στη ΝΝΟ στα πλαίσια της Ελληνικής Ημέρας (Greek Day Appeal) "για να προσφέρουμε τα αγαθά που οι γενναίοι σύμμαχοί μας, οι Έλληνες, τόσο χρειάζονται" όπως ανέφερε ανακοίνωση της εποχής.
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The History of WWII Podcast - by Ray Harris Jr
The ships of Pedestal have entered The Narrows. Waiting for them are Italian E-boats that rule the night. But Keith Park, Malta's Air Arm commander, has an ace up his sleeve. Well, at least a great poker face. Meanwhile Kesselring and the Italians argue from sun rise, past sun set on whether Adm. Da Zara's attack fleet should have air cover. What's the worst the planes on Malta could do to them? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
#195.** To support the podcast: https://seforimchatter.com/support-seforimchatter/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org**With Prof. David Kertzer discussing Pope Pius XII and his relationship with Mussolini and Hitler and silence regarding the Jews during the HolocaustWe discussed Pius XII and his background, how he differed from his predecessors, Benito Mussolini and the relationship between the two men, Pius's relationship with Hitler and the Germans, Pius's inaction and silence when Germany invaded Poland, Bombing of Rome and invasion of Italy, Mussolini's removal, the roundup of Rome's Jews and the Pope's silence and only caring for those baptized and the like, and much more.To purchase, "The Pope at War": https://amzn.to/41zNLhe
In today's episode called "Lotta alle parole straniere", I am going to share with you a crazy initiative strongly wanted by Mussolini, to remove any foreign words from the Italian language.Listen to what happened through the decades and read the results of this initiative! :)Script here:https://ilazed.com/2023/04/19/lotta-alle-parole-straniere/____________________________________You might be interested in:È possibile fermare i forestierismi?audio: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/53490050script: https://ilazed.com/2023/04/12/e-possibile-fermare-i-forestierismi/I neologsmi:audio: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/23861229script: https://ilazed.com/2020/03/14/i-neologismi/Vari tipi di neologismi:audio: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/45229457script: https://ilazed.com/2021/07/09/vari-tipi-di-neologismi-learn-italian/L'evoluzione della lingua italiana in un anno:audio: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/43878890script: https://ilazed.com/2021/03/26/levoluzione-della-lingua-italiana-in-un-anno/Le parole straniere in italiano:audio: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/45507427script: https://ilazed.com/2021/07/08/le-parole-straniere-in-italiano/Parole straniere con accento italiano: sì o no?audio: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/42462120script: https://ilazed.com/2020/12/15/parole-straniere-con-accento-italiano-si-o-no/____________________________________Read more about the Italian language and culture!!https://ilazed.com____________________________________Follow me on my socials:https://www.facebook.com/italianwithilazed/https://www.instagram.com/ila_zed/https://twitter.com/ila_zedhttps://www.pinterest.it/ilalazed/____________________________________Do you want to learn Italian with me? You can find me on:- www.ilazed.com- www.languatalk.comPs. Join my Waiting List for my group classes: www.ilazed.com
Ahali Conversations with Can Altay
We are hosting Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas (artists and educators, born in Lithuania). They work together as Urbonas Studio, with an artistic practice that combines new media, urbanism, social science, ecology, and pedagogy to transform civic spaces and collective imaginaries. We'll start off the conversation focusing on their work on Swamps, that disregarded wealth of organic complexity; and together unpack questions around ecology, technology, and artistic practice. You'll also get to hear about their mode of operation within often contested social and political realities.This Episode includes sound samples that act as interludes from the work:The Swamp Observatory. Nomeda & Gediminas UrbonasSound mixing by Mouse on Mars based on sampling by pupils at the Innovitaskolan Visby, Sweden. 2022Ecotones are transitional spaces between two biological communities. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EcotoneRiparian Territories are zones that tie and lie in-between land and rivers or streams.“Drain the swamp” refers to the removal of water from marsh areas which causes the removal of creatures dependent on the water. The phrase is adopted by politicians from Mussolini to Donald Trump who used it as a metaphor for ‘cleansing' of various sorts.Bruno Latour is a philosopher, anthropologist, and sociologist. http://www.bruno-latour.fr/Established in 1895, La Biennale di Venezia is a cultural institution that organizes events and exhibitions in Art (1895), Architecture (1980), Cinema (1932), Dance (1999), Music (1930), and Theatre (1934) departments. https://www.labiennale.org/enSwamp School took place in Swamp Pavillion curated by Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas, the first individual pavilion Lithuania presents as a part of the 16th Venice International Architecture Biennale, Freespace, in 2018. Throughout the biennale, Swamp School functioned as a changing, flexible, open-ended infrastructure that supports experiments in design, pedagogy and artistic intelligence. https://www.swamp.lt/George Washington was one of the investors of the Dismal Swamp Company, a land speculation venture founded in 1763 to drain, tame and make profit from the Great Dismal Swamp, a wetland that stretches between Norfolk, Virginia, and Edeltan, North Carolina.The Baltic Pavillion was the joint contribution of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia to the 15th Venice International Architecture Biennale in 2016. https://balticpavilion.eu/Located in the Church of San Lorenzo in Venice, Ocean Space is a global center for exhibitions, research, and public programs harboring contributions to ocean literacy and advocacy through the arts. https://www.ocean-space.org/Barrenas refers to emerged lands and sandbanks of Venetian geography.Giardini della Biennale is the traditional site of La Biennale Art Exhibitions since the first edition in 1895.Swamp Radio is the independent chapter of Swamp School, featuring a number of contributors to explore spatial qualities of sonic experiments.Jana Winderen is a sound artist based in Norway. https://www.janawinderen.com/Sam Auinger is a sound artist based in Austria. http://www.samauinger.de/Petteri Nisunen is a sound artist based in Finland. https://g-n.fi/Tommi Gronlund is a sound artist based in Finland. https://g-n.fi/Nicole L'Huillier is an architect based in Chile and USA. https://nicolelhuillier.com/The Marsh Labrador Tea (Rhododendron tomentosum) is an evergreen shrub that preferably grows in moors and peat soils. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhododendron_tomentosumPirate radio refers to a radio station that broadcasts without a valid license. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pirate_radioSant'Erasmo is an island in the Venetian Lagoon lying north-east of the Lido island and east of Venice, famous for its blue artichokes. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sant%27ErasmoSundews are one of the largest groups of carnivorous plants. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DroseraMaroons were people who inhabited in the Great Dismal Swamp after escaping enslavement. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Dismal_Swamp_maroonsSwamp Thing is a fictional humanoid/plant elemental character, created by writer Len Wein and artist Bernie Wrightson. In the mid-1980s a storyline by Alan Moore elevated this character and comics series by reworking the whole origin story building a new world around it. This new Swamp Thing was timely, philosophical and ahead of its time in many ways. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swamp_ThingAlan Moore (b. 1953) is an English author known primarily for his work in comic books. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_MooreStaying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene is a 2016 book by Donna Haraway, published by Duke University Press. https://www.dukeupress.edu/staying-with-the-troubleWalden is a book by American transcendentalist writer Henry David Thoreau.Swamp Observatory (2020) is an installation by Urbonas Studio, commissioned for the exhibition, Critical Zones – Observatories for Earthly Politics, curated by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel at ZKM Center for Arts and Media. The installation proposes to approach to the swamp as an interface to Gaia and continues to regenerate itself at different locations and through different mediums.Swamp Game is the extension of Swamp Observatory installation and stands as an invitation to experience the relations between organisms and their environments.Jutempus is a non-profit, artist-run initiative that was founded in 1993 and re-organized in 1997 on the initiative of Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas in collaboration with other artists and creative people at the former Cultural Palace of the Railway Workers in Vilnius, the capital and largest city of Lithuania. http://www.vilma.cc/jutempus/Simone de Beauvoir (1908 – 1986) was a French existentialist philosopher, writer, social theorist, and feminist activist. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simone_de_BeauvoirGround Control: Technology and Utopia is a collection of essays that expand upon an exhibition programme of the same name. The contributors of the collection reflect on the broad divisions and links in culture and history between Eastern and Western Europe.Baltic Art Center is a residency for contemporary art on the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea. https://www.balticartcenter.com/home/Curated by Marco Scotini, Disobedience Archive, is an ongoing, multi-phase video archive and platform of discussion that deals with the relationship between artistic practices and political actions. The latest edition of the archive was presented as a part of the 17th İstanbul Biennial through a display setting designed by Can Altay. http://www.disobediencearchive.othe rg/Mel King (b. 1928) is an American politician, community organizer, and educator. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mel_KingThe Tent City Protests in Boston was a public revolt demanding the right to affordable housing, led by Mel King in 1968.Naomi A. Klein (b. 1970) is a Canadian author, social activist, and filmmaker. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naomi_KleinThe Occupy movement is an internationally localized socio-political movement in search of “real democracy”. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Occupy_movementThe Black Panthers, also known as the Black Panther Party, was a political organization founded in 1966 by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale to challenge police brutality against the African American community. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Panther_PartySylvère Lotringer (1938 – 2021) was a French-born literary critic and cultural theorist. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sylv%C3%A8re_Lotringers. This season of Ahali Conversations is supported by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts. The Graham provides project-based grants to foster the development and exchange of diverse and challenging ideas about architecture and its role in the arts, culture, and society. This episode was also supported by a Moon & Stars Project Grant from the American Turkish Society.This episode was recorded on Zoom on November 23rd, 2022. Interview by Can Altay. Produced by Aslı Altay & Sarp Renk Özer. Music by Grup Ses.
When you think of some of the most brutal 20th century dictators, your mind likely conjures up images of ruthlessness, mass death, and anything associated with evil. And while there is no doubt that these dictators committed evil atrocities that are tough to comprehend, it's reasonable to wonder, ‘how did such people come to be?'. Is it enough to just say they were inherently evil, or as with most things, is there a larger story to be told? Is there way to understand the actions of these dictators in, dare I say, an empathetic way? Is there a way to try and understand what led them to their tyranny while not excusing their actions? Brandon Gauthier, author of 'Before Evil', joins the podcast. https://beforeevil.com
The Katherine Massey Book Club @ The C.O.W.S. hosts the 13th study session on Mário Filho's 1947 The Black Man in Brazilian Soccer, translated to English by Jack A. Draper III. Brazilian football (soccer) legend Pelé died near the end of 2022 at the age of 82. His transition along with the disgraceful hooliganism displayed when former President Jair Bolsonaro lost the presidency to Lula da Silva, motivated us to read this book. The whole time, the US has been struggling with a seeming increase of school shootings, Brazil has been battling the same problem. There was a hatchet attack at a day care center last week. And two weeks ago, on the same day as the Nashville, Tennessee church school shooting, a teacher was stabbed to death in Sao Paulo. In fact, they've suffered through 11 school massacres in the past 8 months. Last week, Filho detailed how World War II impacted South America. It seems many Whites in Brazil identified with the Germans, and hoped to join forces with Hitler and Mussolini. Filho continues to promote the lie that football had progressed beyond Racism. Yet, black players were denied the position of goal tender and assumed to be corrupted by bribes and sports gambling. And similar to Filho's earlier mention of lynching, he discusses the Klu Klux Klan and 20th century minstrel tunes without providing any historical context. It's as if South American readers are expected to be knowledgeable about the KKK and US slave culture. #TheCOWS14Years INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 605.313.5164 CODE: 564943#
It's San Francisco, how hard can it be to meet cool people? Well, if the only people you run into is the cast of the HBO series and movie, Looking, you might have some work to do! This week we tackle the controversial and short-lived HBO series and subsequent moviefilm, Looking, created by writer-director Andrew Haigh. The series followed a group of gay men in San Francisco and their travails in life and love- Patrick (Jonathan Groff), our anxious protagonist with deeeeeeeep mommy issues; Augustin (Frankie J. Alvarez), the tortured "artist" looking for meaning in his work and finding drugs along the way; and Dom (Murray Bartlett), a peri peri chicken lover having a mid-life crisis. Over the course of the series, which only ran for 18 episodes from 2014-2015, we follow this crew and a great cast of supporting actors, including but not limited to Lauren Weedman, Scott Bakula, and sexpot Raul Castillo, as they look for meaning in their lives, with plenty of cringe, Grindr dates, and drunken dancing along the way. The series unfortunately had a short run, but was brought back for one final installment in 2016 with Looking: The Movie. Join Jake and Kevin this week as we talk about the highs of lows of the series and how successful the movie holds up as a final episode. Why did they not cast any gay or queer Asian characters in a show set in San Francisco? Why are the three protagonists so insufferable in the first season? Did Richie and Patrick really get back together in the movie? This and more on this week's episode! PLUS: We dive back to our regularly-scheduled mini-series programming this week! The Criterion Channel (who does not yet sponsor this podcast but we're open to the idea) has a fantastic selection of queer filmmaking, bolstered recently by a collection of queer short films. For the next few episodes, we'll be watching some of these shorts, beginning with the film The Red Tree, directed by Paul Rowley in 2018. This pseudo-documentary short follows a fictional gay man who travels back to the island where Mussolini interred hundreds of gay man in his rise to power in the 1930s.
Join us on this thrilling episode of Books and Looks as we dive into the world of Arctic exploration, airships, and political intrigue. I interview author Mark Piesing about his gripping book "N-4 Down," which uncovers the lesser-known story of the 1928 Arctic airship crash. Discover how Umberto Nobile's ambition and Mussolini's political machinations intertwined with the Heroic and Machine Ages of polar exploration. Immerse yourself in this epic journey, full of humor, heartache, and the untamed allure of the Arctic. Don't miss this captivating discussion that will leave you wondering how far we'll go to conquer the unknown. Books Discussed: "N-4 Down" by Mark Piesing - https://amzn.to/3GxEHB6 _ Produced by the Greenville Podcast Company. Books & Looks is a project of Views on Books.
True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers
From real-life "Mafia Survivor" Frank Dimatteo, the gripping account of the life and crimes of the most feared mafia boss of all time: Carmine “Lilo” Galante, the prime mover behind the legendary French Connection.The brutal and blood-stained true story of one of the most feared bosses in American Mafia history, who rose from tenement street thug to notorious hit man to a prime mover behind the legendary French Connection. And the bodies piled up.The son of Sicilian immigrants, Camillo Carmine Galante was raised in Manhattan's Little Italy and by all accounts born bad. At age ten his home away from home was juvenile detention. By fifteen he was terrorizing the streets of New York's Lower East Side, scoring high marks for the “errands” he was running for his La Cosa Nostra elders. When he turned twenty, Galante was already one of the mob's top enforcers–a sadistic thrill killer and clinically diagnosed psychopath with big dreams: whack his way into controlling organized crime the world over, vowing to kill Mafia chieftains Tommy Lucchese and Carlo Gambino and take control of their mob families.Carmine “Lilo” Galante's rise to Mafia star was infamous: hit man for the Luciano and Genovese crime families; named consigliere by Joseph Bonnano; he wiped out eight members of the Gambinos; on behalf of Mussolini he assassinated the publisher of an anti-Fascist newspaper. “The biggest dope peddler in the country” according to law enforcement, Galante helped orchestrate one of the largest heroin trafficking operations on record—a power move too dangerous for his rivals in the narcotics trade. The heads of the five New York families decided that the psychotic Galante had to be stopped. On July 12, 1979, finishing his lunch in a Brooklyn restaurant, Galante got what he'd dished out his whole life: a shotgun blast to the face, his trademark cigar still clenched in his teeth . . .THE CIGAR: Carmine Galante, Mafia Terror-Frank Dimatteo and Michael BensonReplyForward
In which I sat down with my buds Leila Al-Shami and Shon Meckfessel to talk about how and why a bunch of fascists became fans of everyone's favorite genocidal mass murdering dictator, Bashar (يلعن روحك يا) Assad, who was recently voted most likely to end up like Mussolini by I-just-made-it-up magazine. Leila, a recurring guest, is the co-author of Burning Country: Syrians in Revolution and War and, together with Shon, she co-wrote the chapter of No Pasarán: Antifascist Dispatches from a World in Crisis (edited by Shane Burley, also a previous guest of the pod) on this topic. You can also check out Mariam Elba's excellent 2017 piece on this issue for The Intercept. Shon is also the author of "Suffled How It Gush: A North American Anarchist in the Balkans" and "Nonviolence Ain't What It Used To Be: Unarmed Insurrection and the Rhetoric of Resistance." Aaaand check out Bizri#6! Kind reminder that the best way to support this podcast is by Mussolini-ying Bashar. The second best way? you can support The Fire These Times on patreon.com/firethesetimes with a monthly or yearly donation and get a lot of perks including early access, exclusive videos, monthly hangouts, access to the book club, merch and more. Credits: Host: Joey AyoubProducer: Joey AyoubMusic: Rap and RevengeMain theme design: Wenyi GengSound editor: Artin SalimiEpisode design: Joey Ayoub Pluggables: The best way to keep up to date is through the website thefirethesetimes.com or through patreon. I occasionally post on Mastodon and friends of the pod occasionally post on Twitter and Instagram. The newsletter will be available on www.thefirethesetimes.com and www.thefirethesetimes.substack.com as well.
Puntata prepasquale con elogio al Presidente Bambalao. David propone "fuori dal campo Rom" come spin-off della trasmissione di Giordano. Poi vuole invitare il rappresentante Rom a La Zanzara. Battaglia infernale tra l'animalista Riccardo Manca e Gianfranco Vissani. Anche a colpi di barzellette. Antonio da Lucca si difende dalle accuse del figlio Andrea, poi promette l'arrivo in studio di un busto di Mussolini. Silvano Ferronato, presidente del gruppo ufologico veneto, ci parla dei nostri fratelli cosmici. Ad Asiago? Base aliena! Rambo da Rimini torna con la sua invenzione: le sigarette alla patacca. Missy Brat ha scritto un secondo volume ed ha trovato un nuovo padrone. Evviva
When Pope Pius XII died in 1958, his papers were sealed in the Vatican Secret Archives, leaving unanswered questions about what he knew and did during World War II. Those questions have only grown and festered, making Pius XII one of the most controversial popes in Church history, especially now as the Vatican prepares to canonize him. In 2020, Pius XII's archives were finally opened, and David I. Kertzer—widely recognized as one of the world's leading Vatican scholars—has been mining this new material ever since, revealing how the pope came to set aside moral leadership in order to preserve his church's power. Based on thousands of never-before-seen documents not only from the Vatican, but from archives in Italy, Germany, France, Britain, and the United States, The Pope at War: The Secret History of Pius XII, Mussolini, and Hitler (Random House, 2022) paints a new, dramatic portrait of what the pope did and did not do as war enveloped the continent and as the Nazis began their systematic mass murder of Europe's Jews. The book clears away the myths and sheer falsehoods surrounding the pope's actions from 1939 to 1945, showing why the pope repeatedly bent to the wills of Hitler and Mussolini. Just as Kertzer's Pulitzer Prize–winning The Pope and Mussolini became the definitive book on Pope Pius XI and the Fascist regime, The Pope at War is destined to become the most influential account of his successor, Pius XII, and his relations with Mussolini and Hitler. Kertzer shows why no full understanding of the course of World War II is complete without knowledge of the dramatic, behind-the-scenes role played by the pope. Renee Garfinkel, Ph.D. is a psychologist, writer, Middle East television commentator and host of The New Books Network's Van Leer Jerusalem Series on Ideas. Write her at email@example.com. She's on Twitter @embracingwisdom. She blogs here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/genocide-studies
When Pope Pius XII died in 1958, his papers were sealed in the Vatican Secret Archives, leaving unanswered questions about what he knew and did during World War II. Those questions have only grown and festered, making Pius XII one of the most controversial popes in Church history, especially now as the Vatican prepares to canonize him. In 2020, Pius XII's archives were finally opened, and David I. Kertzer—widely recognized as one of the world's leading Vatican scholars—has been mining this new material ever since, revealing how the pope came to set aside moral leadership in order to preserve his church's power. Based on thousands of never-before-seen documents not only from the Vatican, but from archives in Italy, Germany, France, Britain, and the United States, The Pope at War: The Secret History of Pius XII, Mussolini, and Hitler (Random House, 2022) paints a new, dramatic portrait of what the pope did and did not do as war enveloped the continent and as the Nazis began their systematic mass murder of Europe's Jews. The book clears away the myths and sheer falsehoods surrounding the pope's actions from 1939 to 1945, showing why the pope repeatedly bent to the wills of Hitler and Mussolini. Just as Kertzer's Pulitzer Prize–winning The Pope and Mussolini became the definitive book on Pope Pius XI and the Fascist regime, The Pope at War is destined to become the most influential account of his successor, Pius XII, and his relations with Mussolini and Hitler. Kertzer shows why no full understanding of the course of World War II is complete without knowledge of the dramatic, behind-the-scenes role played by the pope. Renee Garfinkel, Ph.D. is a psychologist, writer, Middle East television commentator and host of The New Books Network's Van Leer Jerusalem Series on Ideas. Write her at firstname.lastname@example.org. She's on Twitter @embracingwisdom. She blogs here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/german-studies
When Pope Pius XII died in 1958, his papers were sealed in the Vatican Secret Archives, leaving unanswered questions about what he knew and did during World War II. Those questions have only grown and festered, making Pius XII one of the most controversial popes in Church history, especially now as the Vatican prepares to canonize him. In 2020, Pius XII's archives were finally opened, and David I. Kertzer—widely recognized as one of the world's leading Vatican scholars—has been mining this new material ever since, revealing how the pope came to set aside moral leadership in order to preserve his church's power. Based on thousands of never-before-seen documents not only from the Vatican, but from archives in Italy, Germany, France, Britain, and the United States, The Pope at War: The Secret History of Pius XII, Mussolini, and Hitler (Random House, 2022) paints a new, dramatic portrait of what the pope did and did not do as war enveloped the continent and as the Nazis began their systematic mass murder of Europe's Jews. The book clears away the myths and sheer falsehoods surrounding the pope's actions from 1939 to 1945, showing why the pope repeatedly bent to the wills of Hitler and Mussolini. Just as Kertzer's Pulitzer Prize–winning The Pope and Mussolini became the definitive book on Pope Pius XI and the Fascist regime, The Pope at War is destined to become the most influential account of his successor, Pius XII, and his relations with Mussolini and Hitler. Kertzer shows why no full understanding of the course of World War II is complete without knowledge of the dramatic, behind-the-scenes role played by the pope. Renee Garfinkel, Ph.D. is a psychologist, writer, Middle East television commentator and host of The New Books Network's Van Leer Jerusalem Series on Ideas. Write her at email@example.com. She's on Twitter @embracingwisdom. She blogs here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
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In April 1945, with the Allies closing in, the Italian dictator, Benito Mussolini, with his German bodyguards, decided to flee Milan. The convoy was later joined by a Luftwaffe column retreating toward Germany, making a powerful force. In this episode, we're going to be looking at Mussolini's last days and the race between the OSS, the SOE and the Italian partisans to kill or capture him. I am joined by Malcolm Tudor. Malcolm is an Anglo-Italian author specialising in Italy during WWII. He was last with us in episode 86, discussing the SAS in Italy. His new book is Mussolini, The Last 10 Days, A New Investigation. Patreonpatreon.com/ww2podcast
Dictatorships of the last century had some famous youth groups. Hitler had his Youth, Lenin had his Young Pioneers, and Mussolini had his Opera Nazionale Balilla.Such groups once attracted huge followings but have largely fallen out of favor in the West. But, like so much else with the irredentist Vladimir Putin, he's bringing it back.To help us understand this new youth movement and what it means for the future, we have the perfect guest.Ian Garner is a historian and analyst of Russian culture and war propaganda. He's got a new book that's coming out this spring Z Generation Into the Heart of Russia's Fascist Youth. He's also a professor. Queens University Kingston Ontario.Angry Planet has a Substack! Join to get weekly insights into our angry planet and hear more conversations about a world in conflict.https://angryplanet.substack.com/subscribeYou can listen to Angry Planet on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or follow our RSS directly. Our website is angryplanetpod.com. You can reach us on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/angryplanetpodcast/; and on Twitter: @angryplanetpod.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/warcollege. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
En este capítulo hablamos de: El queso roquefort, Comida china en América, El origen de la barbacoa, Comida de mongoles, El mal aliento de Mussolini, La torta cubana, La ensalada César, Y más sobre historias curiosas de la comida.
Maxine Doogan and Tara Burns, contributors to a report, "How the War on Sex Work Is Stripping Your Privacy Rights," on how cops are snooping on sex workers and using what they learn to spy on the rest of us. David Broder, author of Mussolini's Grandchildren, discusses the fascist heritage behind Italian prime minister Giorgia Meloni and her party.Behind the News, hosted by Doug Henwood, covers the worlds of economics and politics and their complex interactions, from the local to the global. Find the archive here: https://www.leftbusinessobserver.com/Radio.html Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
To learn more about our private member service go to https://phyle.co Join our email list to get Special reports and updates: https://dougcasey.substack.com/about Connect with us on Telegram: https://t.me/dougcasey 00:00 Intro **Breakup of countries [00:00:26]** Doug Casey discusses how countries are not cohesive entities and predicts a breakup of these entities in the future. **Saudi Arabia's political situation [00:02:31]** Doug Casey talks about the political instability in Saudi Arabia and questions whether their mega projects will work. **Limitations of relying on political figures [00:05:03]** Doug Casey expresses his dislike for political figures and explains why it's a mistake to rely on them to solve problems. **Rancho Santana in Nicaragua [00:07:56]** Doug Casey shares his positive opinion of Rancho Santana as a potential "plan B" location. **Running away from evil [00:10:05]** A listener asks about the timeline for societal collapse and whether it's possible to run away from evil. **Running from Fate [00:11:53]** Doug Casey shares a story about a man trying to run away from death and discusses the idea of running away from evil. **Civil Unrest in the US [00:15:12]** The speakers discuss the possibility of civil unrest in the US, particularly in the suburbs, and the potential causes of such unrest. **US Perception Globally [00:17:32]** The speakers discuss the changing perception of the US globally and the loss of moral authority. **Origin of Casey Name [00:20:37]** Doug Casey talks about the origin of his last name, Casey, and his lack of interest in his Irish heritage. **Harry Schultz [00:22:00]** Discussion of Doug's relationship with Harry Schultz and other departed members of the old guard. **Best Bullion Coins [00:25:00]** Recommendations for the best bullion coins to own outside of the US, including the British sovereign and quarter ounce coins. **Fed's Balance Sheet [00:27:01]** Doug's criticism of the Fed's economic theories and the recent increase in their balance sheet. **Global Cultural Revolution [00:29:21]** Discussion of the worldwide spread of woke culture and leftist movements. **Bank Fail and Bailout Scenario [00:32:01]** Speculation on whether the government is intentionally setting up a scenario for the acceptance of UBI, central bank digital currency, and other concepts. **Living off the land [00:33:16]** Discussion on the possibility of living off the land and the drawbacks of a societal collapse. **Stock market melt up and asset investment [00:34:32]** Discussion on the possibility of a stock market melt up and the best asset to invest in to survive a deflationary crash. **Investment recommendations [00:35:21]** Recommendations for investing in natural gas and the volatility index, as well as small mining and oil companies. **Living as an expat in Uruguay [00:40:20]** Discussion on the speakers' involvement in Uruguayan society and their feelings of being unmoored from American society. **Relationship with Neighbors [00:42:22]** Matt talks about trying to be a good neighbor in Uruguay **Moving to Uruguay [00:43:10]** Doug Casey discusses how Uruguay is attracting Europeans who want to leave Europe and mentions the increasing real estate prices in the area. **Possibility of a Renaissance in America [00:44:07]** The speakers discuss the possibility of a cyclical renaissance in America and compare it to the decline of Rome. **Scarcest Commodity [00:49:11]** The speakers discuss what commodity will be the scarcest this decade, with a focus on energy-related commodities. **Potential Mussolini-like Leader [00:51:39]** The speakers discuss which country is most likely to have a leader like Mussolini, with a focus on African countries. **Breakaway country from Western alliance to BRICS group [00:53:45]** Discussion on the possibility of a breakaway country from the Western alliance to the BRICS group, with a focus on Africa. **Unrest in France and Macron's retirement age decision [00:54:21]** Discussion on the unrest in France and Macron's decision to raise the retirement age by two years, including his controversial $80,000 watch. **Government pensions and political decisions [00:55:12]** Discussion on the government's role in providing pensions and the political nature of such decisions.
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In 1923, Benito Mussolini became Prime Minister of Italy and the first fascist leader in Europe. He would not be the last. In less than two decades, many more nations in Europe would be taken over by fascist or semi-fascist leaders, including the most notorious of them all: Adolf Hitler. In this episode, Sean and James narrate the rise of fascism and militarism and the continent's accelerated march toward war.
Computing has totally changed how people buy and experience travel. That process seemed to start with sites that made it easy to book travel, but as with most things we experience in our modern lives, it actually began far sooner and moved down-market as generations of computing led to more consumer options for desktops, the internet, and the convergence of these technologies. Systems like SABRE did the original work to re-think travel - to take logic and rules out of the heads of booking and travel agents and put them into a digital medium. In so doing, they paved the way for future generations of technology and to this day retain a valuation of over $2 billion. SABRE is short for Semi-Automated Business Research Environment. It's used to manage over a third of global travel, to the tune of over a quarter trillion US dollars a year. It's used by travel agencies and travel services to reserve car rentals, flights, hotel rooms, and tours. Since Sabre was released services like Amadeus and Travelport were created to give the world a Global Distribution System, or GDS. Passenger air travel began when airlines ferrying passengers cropped up in 1914 but the big companies began in the 1920s, with KLM in 1919, Finnair in 1923, Delta in 1925, American Airlines and Ryan Air in 1926, Pan American in 1927, and the list goes on. They grew quickly and by 1926 the Air Commerce Act led to a new department in the government called Air Commerce, which evolved into the FAA, or Federal Aviation Administration in the US. And each country, given the possible dangers these aircraft posed as they got bigger and loaded with more and more fuel, also had their own such departments. The aviation industry blossomed in the roaring 20s as people traveled and found romance and vacation. At the time, most airlines were somewhat regional and people found travel agents to help them along their journey to book travel, lodgings, and often food. The travel agent naturally took over air travel much as they'd handled sea travel before. But there were dangers in traveling in those years between the two World Wars. Nazis rising to power in Germany, Mussolini in Italy, communist cleansings in Russia and China. Yet, a trip to the Great Pyramid of Giza could now be a week instead of months. Following World War II, there was a fracture in the world between Eastern and Western powers, or those who aligned with the former British empire and those who aligned with the former Russian empire, now known as the Soviet Union. Travel within the West exploded as those areas were usually safe and often happy to accept the US dollar. Commercial air travel boomed not just for the wealthy, but for all. People had their own phones now, and could look up a phone number in a phone book and call a travel agent. The travel agents then spent hours trying to build the right travel package. That meant time on the phone with hotels and time on the phone with airlines. Airlines like American head. To hire larger and larger call centers of humans to help find flights. We didn't just read about Paris, we wanted to go. Wars had connected the world and now people wanted to visit the places they'd previously just seen in art books or read about in history books. But those call centers grew. A company like American Airlines couldn't handle all of its ticketing needs and the story goes that the CEO was sitting beside a seller from IBM when they came up with the idea of a computerized reservation system. And so SABRE was born in the 1950s, when American Airlines agreed to develop a real-time computing platform. Here, we see people calling in and pressing buttons to run commands on computers. The tones weren't that different than a punch card, really. The system worked well enough for American that they decided to sell access to other firms. The computers used were based loosely after the IBM mainframes used in the SAGE missile air defense system. Here we see the commercial impacts of the AN/FSQ-7 the US government hired IBM to build as IBM added the transistorized options to the IBM 704 mainframe in 1955. That gave IBM the interactive computing technology that evolved into the 7000 series mainframes. Now that IBM had the interactive technology, and a thorough study had been done to evaluate the costs and impacts of a new reservation system, American and IBM signed a contract to build the system in 1957. They went live to test reservation booking shortly thereafter. But it turns out there was a much bigger opportunity here. See, American and other airlines had paper processes to track how many people were on a flight and quickly find open seats for passengers, but it could take an hour or three to book tickets. This was fairly common before software ate the world. Everything from standing in line at the bank, booking dinner at a restaurant, reserving a rental car, booking hotel rooms, and the list goes on. There were a lot of manual processes in the world - people weren't just going to punch holes in a card to program their own flight and wait for some drum storage to tell them if there was an available seat. That was the plan American initially had in 1952 with the Magnetronic Reservisor. That never worked out. American had grown to one of the largest airlines and knew the perils and costs of developing software and hardware like this. Their system cost $40 million in 1950s money to build with IBM. They also knew that as other airlines grew to accommodate more people flying around the world, that the more flights, the longer that hour or three took. So they should of course sell the solution they built to other airlines. Thus, parlaying the SAGE name, famous as a Cold War shield against the nuclear winter, Sabre Corporation began. It was fairly simple at first, with a pair of IBM 7090 mainframes that could take over 80,000 calls a day in 1960. Some travel agents weren't fans of the new system, but those who embraced it found they could get more done in less time. Sabre sold reservation systems to airlines and soon expanded to become the largest data-processor in the world. Far better than the Reservisor would have been and now able to help bring the whole world into the age of jet airplane travel. That exploded to thousands of flights an hour in the 1960s and even turned over all booking to the computer. The system got busy and over the years IBM upgraded the computers to the S/360. They also began to lease systems to travel agencies in the 1970s after Max Hopper joined the company and began the plan to open up the platform as TWA had done with their PARS system. Then they went international, opened service bureaus in other cities (given that we once had to pay for a toll charge to call a number). And by the 1980s Sabre was how the travel agents booked flights. The 1980s brought easysabjre, so people could use their own computers to book flights and by then - and through to the modern era, a little over a third of all reservations are made on Sabre. By the mid-1980s, United had their own system called Apollo, Delta had one called Datas, and other airlines had their own as well. But SABRE could be made to be airline neutral. IBM had been involved with many American competitors, developing Deltamatic for Delta, PANAMAC for Pan Am, and other systems. But SABRE could be hooked to thee new online services for a whole new way to connect systems. One of these was CompuServe in 1980, then Prodigy's GEnie and AOL as we turned the corner into the 1990s. Then they started a site called Travelocity in 1996 which was later sold to Expedia. In the meantime, they got serious competition, which eventually led to a slew of acquisitions to remain compeititve. The competition included Amadeus, Galileo International, and Worldspan on provider in the Travelport GDS. The first of them originated from United Airlines, and by 1987 was joined by Aer Lingus, Air Portugal, Alitalia, British Airways, KLM, Olympic, Sabena, and Swissair to create Galileo, which was then merged with the Apollo reservation system. The technology was acquired through a company called Videcom International, which initially started developing reservation software in 1972, shortly after the Apollo and Datas services went online. They focused on travel agents and branched out into reservation systems of all sorts in the 1980s. As other systems arose they provided an aggregation to them by connecting to Amadeus, Galileo, and Worldspan. Amadeus was created in 1987 to be a neutral GDS after the issues with Sabre directing reservations to American Airlines. That was through a consortium of Air France, Iberia, Lufthansa, and SAS. They acquired the assets of the bankrupt System One and they eventually added other travel options including hotels, cars rentals, travel insurance, and other amenities. They went public in 1999 just before Sabre did and then were also taken private just before Sabre was. Worldspan was created in 1990 and the result of merging or interconnecting the systems of Delta, Northwest Airlines, and TWA, which was then acquired by Travelport in 2007. By then, SABRE had their own programming languages. While the original Sabre languages were written in assembly, they wrote their own language on top of C and C++ called SabreTalk and later transitioned to standard REST endpoints. They also weren't a part of American any longer. There were too many problems with manipulating how flights were displayed to benefit American Airlines and they had to make a clean cut. Especially after Congress got involved in the 1980s and outlawed that type of bias for screen placement. Now that they were a standalone company, Sabre went public then was taken private by private equity firms in 2007, and relisted on NASDAQ in 2014. Meanwhile, travel aggregators had figured out they could hook into the GDS systems and sell discount airfare without a percentage going to travel agents. Now that the GDS systems weren't a part of the airlines, they were able to put downward pressure on prices. Hotwire, which used Sabre and a couple of other systems, and TripAdvisor, which booked travel through Sabre and Amadeus, were created in 2000 and Microsoft launched Expedia in 1996, which had done well enough to get spun off into its own public company by 2000. Travelocity operated inside Sabre until sold, and so the airlines put together a site of their own that they called Orbitz, which in 2001 was the biggest e-commerce site to have ever launched. And out of the bursting of the dot com bubble came online travel bookings. Kayak came in 2004 Sabre later sold Travelocity to Expedia, which uses Sabre to book travel. That allowed Sabre to focus on providing the back end travel technology. They now do over $4 billion in revenue in their industry. American Express had handled travel for decades but also added flights and hotels to their site, integrating with Sabre and Amadeus as well. Here, we see a classic paradigm in play. First the airlines moved their travel bookings from paper filing systems to isolated computer systems - what we'd call mainframes today. The airlines then rethink the paradigm and aggregate other information into a single system, or a system intermixed with other data. In short, they enriched the data. Then we expose those as APIs to further remove human labor and put systems on assembly lines. Sites hook into those and the GDS systems, as with many aggregators, get spun off into their own companies. The aggregated information then benefits consumers (in this case travelers) with more options and cheaper fares. This helps counteract the centralization of the market where airlines acquire other airlines but in some way also cheapen the experience. Gone are the days when a travel agent guides us through our budgets and helps us build a killer itinerary. But in a way that just makes travel much more adventurous.
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It's Friday, March 10th, A.D. 2023. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) Only 1,000 Christians remain in Gaza Strip Gaza's Christian community is struggling to survive after years of steady decline in numbers, reports International Christian Concern. Only an estimated 1,000 Christians remain in the Gaza Strip, an area of more than two million residents that is the third most densely populated political unit in the world. Christians are exiting the territory due to a combination of factors including a squeezing Israeli blockade, economic woes, and internal pressures faced from radical Islamist factions in the Hamas-controlled territory. Luke 6:28 says, “Bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you.” Tucker Carlson reveals video footage from January 6th On Monday, Tucker Carlson of Fox News revealed compelling clips from the recently released video footage of what happened inside the Capitol on January 6, 2021. CARLSON: “We're about to show you surveillance footage from inside the United States Capitol. The images you'll see were recorded 26 months ago today, on January 6, 2021. Until now, politicians have kept this tape hidden from the public. There is no legitimate justification for that, and there never has been. “On January 6, two years ago, thousands of protesters walked from a Trump rally on the ellipse, outside the White House, to the U.S. Capitol where the certification of the presidential election was underway. The protesters were angry. They believe that the election they had just voted in had been unfairly conducted. They were right.” Carlson expressed his gratitude to House Speaker Kevin McCarthy for releasing the surveillance video. CARLSON: “Three weeks ago, thanks to the new Republican Speaker's office, we gained access to thousands of hours of surveillance video. Virtually no one in Washington, Republican or Democrat, certainly not in the news media, wanted to see this tape released tonight. That's why it's remained hidden for more than two years. “In recent weeks, the usual hyenas in Congress and on cable news have been howling about we're putting lives at risk by showing this tape to the public. Given that these are the very same people who support open borders and defunding the police. It is hard to take their complaint seriously. The Democrats in Congress assisted by Adam Kinzinger and Liz Cheney lied about what happened that day. They are liars. That is conclusive. “The footage does not show an insurrection or a riot in progress. Instead, it shows police escorting protesters through the building.” DeSantis opposes blogger bill requiring bloggers to register Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis accused the media of erroneously connecting him to a controversial bill proposed by a Republican state senator that would require political bloggers in Florida to register with the state if they're covering state officials such as the governor, reports Mediaite.com. DeSantis made it clear at a Tuesday press conference that he does not support the registration requirement. Many in the media used reports about the bill to attack DeSantis, including NBC presidential historian Michael Beschloss who described the Republican as a “little Mussolini” over the bill and other legislative efforts targeting material deemed explicit in public schools. The bill, filed by Republican Florida State Senator Jason Brodeur of Lake Mary, would require bloggers to file periodic reports with the state if they are paid for posts about the state's governor, lieutenant governor, cabinet members or legislative officials. Minneapolis pro-life pregnancy center “badly vandalized” A pro-life pregnancy center in Minnesota suffered substantial vandalism and threatening messages over the weekend, reports LifeSiteNews.com. The Minneapolis First Care center became the latest victim of pro-abortion violence on Friday night, sustaining smashed windows and graffiti messages from the terrorist group Jane's Revenge. Tammy Kocher, executive director of the center's parent organization, said, “We are deeply saddened by the vandalism that occurred and trust those responsible will be held accountable. We are fully committed to continue serving the community with the holistic compassion and care families deserve.” The damage included broken windows and spray-painted messages, including “if abortions aren't safe neither r u.” Another part of the building was sprayed with the words “Jane was here.” Christian musician Frank Garlock died And finally, on March 3rd, a Christian musical treasure went to be with his Heavenly Father at the age of 93. The fourth of nine children, Dr. Frank Garlock was an accomplished trombonist, music theorist, and music/Bible scholar. He completed his undergraduate degree in Bible and music at Bob Jones University in 1951 and his master's degree in music theory at the Eastman School of Music in 1958. Plus, he served on the Board of Directors for Pensacola Christian College. Garlock founded Majesty Music, a privately-owned, conservative evangelical Christian music and book publishing company in Greenville, South Carolina, best known for its children's adventure-story character Patch the Pirate heard on 450 Christian radio stations. He wrote several books including Just Show Up: God Can Use You and The Rock Generation: 6 Decades of Decline. Listen as Garlock explained his Biblical perspective on music. GARLOCK: “Music should be divided into two categories: music that honors God and music that honors the world. “I hope we can show you that our music should be grounded in the person of God. There are principles of the Word of God that ought to be applied to music. “I got a letter just several months ago from a man who said, ‘Do you think God has a preference in music?' I wrote back to him. I said, ‘God has a preference in everything.' I can't think of anything that God doesn't have a preference in.” His funeral service will be held at Faith Baptist Church in Taylors, South Carolina, tomorrow, Saturday, March 11, at 4:30 p.m. Psalm 95:1 says, “Come, let us sing for joy to the LORD; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation.” Close And that's The Worldview on this Friday, March 10th in the year of our Lord 2023. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.
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