Creation and maintenance of colonies by people from another area
A new MP3 sermon from Generations Radio is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Evangelism vs. God’s Law in the Civil Sphere Colonialism vs. Modern Government Speaker: Kevin Swanson Broadcaster: Generations Radio Event: Radio Broadcast Date: 11/28/2023 Length: 36 min.
Dahr Jamail speaks with Shoba Liban about the importance of persevering with our work to serve our communities, no matter the results and no matter how difficult things become. Shoba also discusses the great importance of building community resilience, local farming, and adapting to the impacts of the worsening climate crisis. Shoba Liban, a Boorana woman from Kenya, is the founder and CEO of the entirely women-run Pastoralist Women, an NGO that promotes health and education for women and children in Kenyan pastoralist communities.Caution for listeners: please note that Shoba discusses extreme violence against women, which can be difficult to hear.
The West is under God's judgment because they have increasingly broken more of God's laws in the most egregious possible ways.--But what about colonialism----Were there sins committed by the colonial governments as well-- The metric by which to determine right and wrong still must be the law of God. Nonetheless, the failure to disciple our own nation in the commandments of God has yielded a capitulation to governance by bad worldviews, and a gradual loss of liberty, prosperity, and justice and righteousness, biblically defined.-To interact with the program e-mail--host-generations.org.--This program includes---1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus -CNN horrified that Speaker Johnson has advocated righteous laws, Iran close to going nuclear, Only 10- of small businesses looking for college degrees---2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
One of the most devastating health crises of the past half century has been the onset of HIV. After first infecting a human victim in Africa in the early to mid 1900s, it spread across the world and has infected and killed millions. There is no cure at this point, but modern vaccine testing is starting to show some promise in a future preventative.
Extended families come with great strengths. An extended family is one or more families in a supporting web. The prevalence of extended families living together meant that things that took a village to do meant families had a village to do it with. When colonisation takes hold of our communities, the multigenerational home and our ways of living have been and are destroyed for whiteness and Western ways of living.
Is the conquest of Israel in the 15th century BC or the modern Zionist movement in 19-20th century AD just another land grab? Colonialism? Imperialism? An apartheid state? How could God destroy the Canaanites? We answer those popular and difficult questions in this message.
Episode 257 of RevolutionZ addresses the unfolding conflict in Gaza and beyond to the West Bank, the roles of Israel, Hamas, and the U.S. including not only the civilian and social impact and choices, but also the mindset and motives of different constituencies and actors as well as the role of writers/speakers and protestors about these matters, including ourselves. Support the show
The Richard Syrett Show November 24th, 2023 National Populism Victories in Argentina and The Netherlands: Can it Happen in Canada? What Happened to the Investigation into Communist Chinese Scientists Working at Winnipeg Virology Lab? The Case for Colonialism
Join us as we sit down with Daniel Rück, author of “The Laws and the Land: The Settler Colonial Invasion of Kahnawà:ke in Nineteenth-Century Canada,” to explore the history of Indigenous-settler relations in Canada. We'll discuss the conflicts between settler laws and Indigenous legal orders, Indigenous resistance, and the ways in which settler colonialism reflects on the landscape through grids, fences, and railways. To learn more about this subject, check out the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Laws-Land-Colonial-Invasion-Nineteenth-Century/dp/0774867434. Daniel Rück's other work can be found here: https://danrueck.com/.
Abby and Patrick welcome Jade E. Davis, author of the new book The Other Side of Empathy. They discuss Jade's critique of naïve notions of “empathy” and what she calls “empathy culture.” They examine the ways empathy can flatten suffering, demand particular performances of suffering, and serve fantasies that there's one “right way” to suffer and that the Other can always be assimilated into the self. Other topics include Davis' genealogy of the term “empathy” and how its history is more recent than many might think; the fundamentally colonial aspects of the empathetic gaze; human zoos and some of their contemporary equivalents; and the influences of Edith Stein and Frantz Fanon on her work. They also explore the implications of her thinking on how scholars ought to work with images and the possible real-world effects of such activities and why we can – and in fact must – judge history by our contemporary standards, since history's standards are never simply past.Jade E. Davis' The Other Side of Empathy (2023).Jade E. Davis' website and links to her other writing are here.Jade E. Davis's zine, Empathy as an Ideology can be found (and printed!) here.Have you noticed that Freud is back? Got questions about psychoanalysis? Or maybe you've traversed the fantasy and lived to tell the tale? Leave us a voicemail! 484 775-0107 A podcast about psychoanalysis, politics, pop culture, and the ways we suffer now. New episodes on Saturdays. Follow us on social media: Linktree: https://linktr.ee/OrdinaryUnhappiness Twitter: @UnhappinessPod Instagram: @OrdinaryUnhappiness Patreon: patreon.com/OrdinaryUnhappiness Theme song: Formal Chicken - Gnossienne No. 1 https://open.spotify.com/album/2MIIYnbyLqriV3vrpUTxxO Provided by Fruits Music
Did climate change start with the industrial revolution, or was it earlier than that? And how can the story of an everyday spice help us better understand the climate crisis gripping the planet today? Renowned Indian author Amitav Ghosh on the link between colonialism and climate change and how his perception of the crisis differs from that of most Western experts. Originally broadcast July 2023.
Henry Hakamäki (@huck1995), host of Guerrilla History podcast (@guerrilla_pod) and Professor Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro join the show to talk about their recent english translation of historian Domenico Losurdo's "Stalin: History and Critique of a Black Legend". This episode is the second and final part of a longer discussion. In this part we move into the specifics of the often airbrushed history of anti-racist and anti-colonial policies under Stalin's Soviet Union and even ponder whether Stalin's impact on these material objectives was more substantive than that of civil rights figure and fellow socialist - Martin Luther King Jr. We also discuss the equally airbrushed links between liberal democracies and nazi fascism. In the spirit of Domenico Lusurdo we continue to deconstruct, evaluate, and critique the black legends attributed to Stalin. You can access a free (yes, free!) copy of the PDF and/or order a physical copy at https://www.iskrabooks.org/stalin-history-and-critique Henry and Salvatore have talked at length about the process of translation and who Domeinco Lusurdo is in the discussion linked below. https://guerrillahistory.libsyn.com/stalin-history-critique-of-a-black-legend-w-salvatore-engel-di-mauro-david-peat https://www.patreon.com/aesthepodcast
Many young people raised within the restrictive discipline of a strict, Christian evangelical childhood are pulling away from that narrow and dogmatic framework as adults and finding comfort and guidance in a podcasting community of fellow travelers who are walking a similar path. Among these bold podcasters are two former church leaders who are now critical voices in a campaign against Christian Nationalism and for a free and fair pluralistic democracy.Scholar, author, coach and co-host of Straight White American Jesus, Brad Onishi joins us along with musician, author and host of Chapel Probation, Scott Okamoto.In Brad's new book, Preparing for War, he offers brilliant insights into our history and legacy of colonialism, racism and white supremacy and how our untreated wounds continue to fester and infect our political landscape. Bigotry and prejudice are even more insidiously dangerous when they come holding a cross, wrapped in a flag.Brad's podcast with Dan Miller is Straight White American Jesus in which the two university professors examine and discuss the intersection of the religious right and politics in America.Scott's focus is on Evangelical colleges. He taught for 16 years at Azusa Pacific University and become increasingly disillusioned by the subpar academic standards in support of white supremacy. His book, Asian American Apostate recounts his struggle to break free of a value system that encourages White Christian cultural power and to, instead, embrace his own Japanese heritage.Scott's podcast, Chapel Probation features conversations with fellow evangelical college graduates with horrifying stories to share about life on the inside and their escapes from racist, sexist and unforgiving indoctrination.We talk in-depth about the problematic curricula at Fundamentalist Christian colleges, homeschooling and private religious education. We explore the meaning of deconstruction and decolonization as the terms apply to those departing from Christian backgrounds, the Seven Mountains mandate, the new Apostolic Reformation, the ascension of Mike Johnson, purity culture, why the right loves Trump and Putin & much more.Plus, Fritz and Weezy are recommending The Holdovers and Rustin.Path Points of Interest:Brad OnishiStraight White American JesusStraight White American Jesus on FacebookStraight White American Jesus on TwitterPreparing for War: The Extremist History of White Christian Nationalism - And What Comes Next by Brad OnishiScott OkamotoAsian American Apostate by Scott OkamotoChapel Probation PodcastScott Okamoto on InstagramScott Okamoto on Twitter/XThe HoldoversRustin - NetflixMama's Boy - Dustin Lance Black Documentary
Clement speaks to Lionel Adendorf, a former journalist and social cultural commentator and Lynsey Chutel, the Co-author of the book Coloured: How Classification became Culture about the term coloured as a culture rather than a racial identity.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Terms like Colonizer and Colonialism get thrown around a lot these days, but most people don't understand what the driving force and it's end goal is behind them. Those two answers, though, should be known and should be shocking... ----- Tell me what you thought of the show! Text me at: (587)206-7006 Get you copy of "Consciousness Reality & Purpose" on Amazon.com TODAY: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BS5FWLBK Subscribe to the Social Disorder Substack: https://thesocialdisorder.substack.com/ This episode is made possible by: BioPro+: https://bioproteintech.com/product/biopro-plus and DrewJitsu Online academy Sign up to get 2 week FREE to a library of over 750+ Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Technique videos taught by your host - Drew Weatherhead! Hit the link below to get started today! https://drewjitsuonline.com/orders/customer_info?o=43849
Today, we're looking at Justin Trudeau's comments about protests for and against Israel, with the PM saying he supports the right to peaceful demonstration even for those he disagrees with. How'd that work out for the Freedom Convoy? Plus, a Canadian Human Rights commission is calling Christmas a colonial tradition. And finally, Environment Minster Steven Guilbeault says the federal government will appeal a Federal Court decision that reversed the Liberals' single-use plastics ban.
Dahr Jamail speaks with Alson Kellen to hear about how his people survived nuclear testing on their home islands, colonialism, imperialism, and how they are now navigating the climate crisis. Alson discusses how he believes traditional values present the best hope for a sustainable future for his people, as well as for all of us.Alson Kelen, a native of Bikini Atoll, is one of the world's few masters in the ancient art of wave-piloting. Alson is an authority on traditional ocean canoe construction and navigation, and has done much to perpetuate Marshallese culture and traditional knowledge among the younger generations where he lives.
In episode 1585, Jack and guest co-host Joelle Monique are joined by Professor of Alaska Native Languages at the University of Alaska Southeast and host of The Tongue Unbroken, X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell, to discuss… Indigenous Languages: The State Of Them, The Impact Of Representation In Media On Marginalized Communities and more! LISTEN: The Slang Word P*ssy Rolls Off The Tongue With Far Better Ease Than The Proper Word Vagina. Do You Agree? by André 3000 READ Adam Tod Brown's Ace Of Base Article: How A Pop Band Tricked 9 Million Americans Into Being NazisSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Africa Daily's Mpho Lakaje attempts to find out whose heritage is being preserved and whose is being sacrificed when we change the names of Africa's roads, towns and cities. Zimbabwe for example, changed its name after independence from white minority rule in 1980. White people, however, remain very much part of that country. Neighbouring South Africa has also been doing away with public names associated with the apartheid regime. Some people are even calling for the nickname of the rugby national team, the Springboks, to be abolished because it represents “white supremacy”. Is this the way to go? Mpho is joined by Charlotte Ashamu, the Director of International Programs at Yale Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, and Cameron Peters who runs Cape Town Heritage Tours. NOTE: edited to correct Charlotte's job title on 20th Nov 2023.
The world's attention right now is focused on the desperate situation in Gaza. This human catastrophe has major ramifications for the wider Arab region encompassing North Africa and the Gulf States, an area that is also at the heart of fossil capitalism and thus an important region when it comes to turning the planet away from hydrocarbons and climate catastrophe. While being the generator of 35% of the all the hydrocarbons in the world, it is also the site of potentially immense green energy. So how might a just transition take place here? And how do the political and environmental conditions of the region shape this transition?This week Alex is joined by Hamza Hamouchene ( @BenToumert) and Katie Sandwell ( @KatieSandwell) the editors of a new collection of essays called "Dismantling Green Colonialism, Energy and Climate Justice in the Arab Region"Hamza and Katie both work for the Transitional Institute, an international research and advocacy institute committed to building a just, democratic and sustainable planet. They discuss with Alex how Fossil Capitalism is already scooping up land for renewables and carbon offsets in the Arab region, how the World Bank and the IMF along with local elites push the Arab region toward extractive industries instead of focusing on climate adaption. How Green Colonialism has developed in the region and what a Just Transition would look like, that does not put North Africa at the service of Europe. LinksPick up a copy of Hamza and Katie's book from Pluto Press Herehttps://www.plutobooks.com/9780745349213/dismantling-green-colonialism/#:~:text='A%20brave%20and%20timely%20bookShout outsPalestinians in Gaza and the Diaspora Social justice and environmental justice activist in Arab region. Mohad Gasmi: currently in prison in Algeria for criticizing the current government. You can learn more about what has happened to Mohad Herehttps://www.frontlinedefenders.org/en/case/human-rights-defender-sentenced-3-years-prisonSupport the show
In this episode of his "Thinking Out Loud" series, Double D examines the recent wild fires in Maui and how they were a result of colonialism's degradation of indigenous eco-systems.Support our Independent Media work on Patreon!patreon.com/entitledmillennialsOne-time donations are greatly appreciated!paypal.me/entitledmillennials
More and more Africans are openly interrogating colonial-era narratives and asking themselves how the bitter legacies their countries are left with can be overcome. As debate swirls over the latest outpourings of remorse and apologies from ex-empires such as the Netherlands, Britain, Germany or Belgium, some Africans are starting to agitate harder for reparations.
Be it in the Mediterranean or the heart of Africa in Congo, colonialism isn't past, it's a modern day disaster. In the first half of the show, journalist and activist Eugene Puryear brings us information on the so-called silent holocaust taking place in the Congo, where some 6 million people have died as nations across the region and the world vie for the more than $24 trillion worth of natural resources within Congo's borders. Next up, Giulia Messmer from Sea Watch explains her organization's rescue work in the Mediterranean, how European nations are moving to criminalize migration, cross-border solidarity, and more. The post Colonialism Today: From The Crisis in Congo to Capsizing Boats in the Mediterranean appeared first on KPFA.
In her new book, Doppelganger: A Trip Into the Mirror World, leftist public intellectual Naomi Klein argues that the phenomenon of “doubling”—of the self or a collective, whether adopted or imposed—shapes the politics of our time. Klein's frequent confusion with the feminist-writer-turned-Covid-conspiracy-theorist Naomi Wolf provides the jumping-off point for a journey through internet culture, vaccine conspiracism, the wellness world, eugenics, and contemporary dynamics around settler colonial denialism, as she explores the way that “doubling” structures what we see and don't want to see, what we project and what we hide. The book culminates in an extended discussion of Israel/Palestine, which Klein reveals to be a potent site of such “doppelganger politics,” as the scholar Caroline Rooney has put it, in which Israel has created its own “double” of the European nationalism that has oppressed so many Jews, and which allows it to project everything it cannot bear to see about itself onto the Palestinian Other.In this episode of On the Nose, editor-in-chief Arielle Angel speaks with Klein about her book and its relation to the present crisis: How can the figure of the doppelganger help us understand the long history that is erupting in the present—both the Holocaust and the Nakba—in ways that can move us toward justice and solidarity? And how can the left adequately respond to this moment—on campus, on the page, and in the streets? Thanks to Jesse Brenneman for producing and to Nathan Salsburg for the use of his song “VIII (All That Were Calculated Have Passed).” To leave a voicemail for our upcoming episode about talking to your families in this moment, please call 347-878-1359.Books, Films, and Articles Mentioned and Further Reading: Doppelganger: A Trip Into the Mirror World by Naomi KleinDiscourse on Colonialism by Aimé CésaireThey Do Not Exist, 1974 film by Mustafa Abu AliRepression of Students for Justice in Palestine at Brandeis and Columbia and in the state of Florida“Light Among the Nations,” Suzanne Schneider, Jewish Currents
Featuring Richard Seymour on the global politics of the Palestinian struggle and Israel's war on Gaza. The first of a two-part interview.Support The Dig at Patreon.com/TheDigBuy Ireland, Colonialism, and the Unfinished Revolution at haymarketbooks.org/books/2111-ireland-colonialism-and-the-unfinished-revolutionBuy Care: The Highest Stage of Capitalism at haymarketbooks.org/books/2098-care Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Featuring Richard Seymour on the global politics of the Palestinian struggle and Israel's war on Gaza. The first of a two-part interview. Support The Dig at Patreon.com/TheDig Buy Ireland, Colonialism, and the Unfinished Revolution at haymarketbooks.org/books/2111-ireland-colonialism-and-the-unfinished-revolution Buy Care: The Highest Stage of Capitalism at haymarketbooks.org/books/2098-care
In this episode of the Explaining History podcast, we turn our focus to the remarkable life and enduring legacy of Merze Tate, a groundbreaking intellectual whose contributions have left an indelible mark on the study of international relations, disarmament, colonialism and post colonialism, race, gender and injustice. Joining us for this exploration is esteemed Professor Barbara Savage, an expert in African American history and culture.Professor Savage guides us through the extraordinary journey of Merze Tate, the first African American woman to attend the University of Oxford and to earn a Ph.D. in government from Radcliffe College. We delve into Tate's remarkable achievements in a time of significant racial and gender barriers, highlighting her role as a pioneer in academia and diplomacy.The discussion illuminates Tate's influential work as a historian and political scientist, where she challenged conventional narratives and offered fresh perspectives on international relations and peace studies. Professor Savage shares insights into Tate's unique approach to scholarship and her impact on the field, particularly in understanding the dynamics of imperialism and disarmament.Listeners will gain a deeper appreciation for Tate's contributions, not only as a scholar but also as a role model and mentor to many. The episode also touches on the challenges Tate faced, including the racial and gender discrimination of her era, and how she navigated these obstacles with resilience. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/explaininghistory. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Aileen has some demons to work through, and one of them is people who think that colonialism has a bad rep and should make a comeback like it's fucking mom jeans in the late 2010s-early 2020s. Oh, and like colonialism went away, which it never did. There are no digressions this time. It is just pure, directed pettiness. Sources Giley's Article: https://www.nas.org/academic-questions/31/2/the_case_for_colonialism Books Laurence Bergreen: Columbus: The Four Voyages Patrice Lumumba: Congo, My Country, (https://archive.org/details/congomycountry0000lumu) Melanie Manion, Corruption by Design: Building Clean Government in Mainland China and Hong Kong Websites https://eastafricaschoolserver.org/content/_public/Local%20Topics/East%20Africa/British%20colonialism%20in%20East-Africa%20during%20nineteenth%20century.pdf https://journals.openedition.org/eastafrica/586 https://www.redalyc.org/journal/152/15264516009/html/ https://www.choicehacking.com/2022/01/04/what-is-the-cobra-effect/#tve-jump-17fac229951 https://www.cato.org/commentary/case-against-case-colonialism https://www.vox.com/2014/10/13/6957875/christopher-columbus-murderer-tyrant-scoundrel https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1083&context=tdr https://web.pdx.edu/~gilleyb/A%20Response%20to%20My%20Critics_AQSpring2022.pdf https://www.ewmagazine.nl/nederland/achtergrond/2018/02/the-good-side-of-colonialism-interview-bruce-gilley-597263/ https://fortune.com/europe/2022/09/13/queen-death-hong-kong-mourning-british-colonial-rule/
In this THINGS HIDDEN conversation, David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta talk about the Left's anti-colonial movement, the debate surrounding abortion, how Christianity protects children, the Right's inconsistent approach towards affirming life, why the view of a vengeful Jesus is absurd, and more. Visit aneighborschoice.com for more
Host Bryan Ford is joined by comedian Hari Kondabolu. The NY Times called him “one of the most exciting political comics in stand-up today” in response to his 2018 Netflix special, Warn Your Relatives. His 2017 truTV documentary, The Problem with Apu, created a global conversation about race and representation, and is now used in high school, college and grad school curriculums around the country. Hari joins Bryan for a conversation about colonialism and civil rights over a thoroughly uncivil meal of krispies, cookes and mangos. Watch Bryan make his version and Subscribe: Youtube Recipe from today's episode can be found at Shondaland.com Join The Flaky Biscuit Community: Discord Hari Kondabolu IG: @harikondabolu Bryan Ford IG: @artisanbryan Don't forget to check out The Innocence Project at innocenceproject.org.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dahr Jamail speaks with Paty Gualinga about her people's spirituality and interconnectedness with the Amazon Rainforest, and the ancient prophecies of her ancestors which are coming true today. She also talks about how, after a decade-long fight she helped lead, Ecuadorians recently voted decisively to end oil drilling in the Amazon in their country.Paty Gualinga is an Indigenous rights defender and foreign relations leader of the Kichwa People of Sarayaku, an Indigenous community based in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
**Welcome to Episode #250! This represents 250 straight weeks of work on this podcast. We couldn't have managed without our diligent team: Steve Grumbine, host and head honcho, Andy Kennedy, audio engineer, editor and producer, Virginia Cotts, Julie Alberding, Jonathan Kadmon, Commie John Siener, and Tim O'Neill, who create show notes, art, transcripts, and a whole section of extra information and links to resources.We have now added a bonus event, Macro ‘n Chill, a weekly Zoom meeting where the community can gather, listen, and discuss the episode. To find us, go to the RP Events Calendar on Real Progressives' website, realprogressives.org/rp-events-calendar. Click the upcoming Tuesday where you'll find information and the registration link. The event is usually posted on Saturday after the newest episode is released. If it's not there, check back later. See you next Tuesday!**This week's episode is the second half of Steve's interview with Hamza Hamouchene about his book, Dismantling Green Colonialism: Energy and Climate Justice in the Arab Region.Steve and Hamza agree on the importance of reckoning with the realities of the current capitalist imperialist system, which has proven to be a failure in addressing the most crucial needs of people and planet. Hamza argues that alternative visions for a better world already exist – he himself is an eco-socialist – but the challenge lies in implementing them and building the necessary alliances and coalitions of working people, both at the national and global levels.The conversation also delves into the specificities of the Arab region, which has elements of authoritarian and military dictatorships due to its subordinate insertion into the global capitalist economy and its role as a key nodal point in global fossil fuel regimes. Hamza highlights the need for a just energy transition that takes into account the control and ownership of fossil fuel resources and the potential for green renewable energies.Hamza calls for diversifying tactics and strategies, organizing and building power to challenge imperialism and the decarbonization by dispossession.Dr. Hamza Hamouchene is a London-based Algerian researcher-activist, commentator, and a founding member of Algeria Solidarity Campaign (ASC), Environmental Justice North Africa (EJNA) and the North African Food Sovereignty Network (Siyada). He is currently the Arab region Programme Coordinator at the Transnational Institute (TNI). His work is focused on issues of extractivism, resources, land and food sovereignty as well as climate, environmental, and energy justice in the Arab region.@BenToumert on Twitter
Liberty Dispatch ~ November 09, 2023On this episode of Liberty Dispatch, hosts Andrew and Matthew take another look at the vile behaviour of the intoleristas and their defenders who make up the sadistic, Woke sex cult which loves death and tyranny, and how they are colonizing Western society, all the way down to your calendar and local pool. We are also joined by Pickering City Councillor Lisa-Lynne Robinson, who ran afoul of the Woke Commissars, who suspended her without pay. Last but certainly not least, the newly minted Canadian Director of the Ezra Institute, Pastor Nate Wright, joins the program to help us unpack how Christians can remain faithful and push back against the Kingdom of Darkness in our confused and deranged age. [Segment 1] - The WOKIES are the Real COLONIZERS: "2023 LGBTQIA Holidays and Remembrances" | Seattle Pride: https://seattlepride.org/news/2023-lgbtqia-holidays-remembrances;Tweet by YRDSB | Twitter: https://twitter.com/YRDSB/status/1721555159254204841;"50-Year-Old Trans Professor Takes Last Place in Toronto Teen Girls Swim Race" | The Post Millennial: https://thepostmillennial.com/50-year-old-trans-professor-takes-last-place-in-toronto-teen-girls-swim-race;[Segment 2] - Interview with Lisa-Lynne Robinson:"Pickering Councillor Lisa Robinson Suspended with Pay for Transphobic, Homophobic Comments" | CityNews Toronto: https://toronto.citynews.ca/2023/10/25/pickering-councillor-lisa-robinson-suspended-pay-transphobic-homophobic;Lisa's GIVE SEND GO: http://www.givesendgo.com/GB9DP;Lisa's Twitter: https://twitter.com/LifelibertyLisa;Lisa's Work Email: email@example.com;Lisa's Personal Email: firstname.lastname@example.org;[Segment 3] - Interview with Nate Wright:"Mission of God Conference 2023" | Ezra Institute: https://www.ezrainstitute.com/training-programs/mission-of-god-conference-2023/; UPCOMING EVENTSJOIN US FOR:LIBERTY PODCASTS LIVE - Oct.23 @ Trinity Bible Chapel, Waterloo, ON: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/liberty-dispatch-live-tickets-699808795947?aff=oddtdtcreator; & Oct. 24 - https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/liberty-lounge-live-tickets-701294319187?aff=oddtdtcreator;and...Spark Conference - Oct.31- Nov. 1: https://www.sparkconferences.org/;SUPPORT OUR LEGAL ADVOCACY - Help us defend Canadians' God-given rights and liberties: https://libertycoalitioncanada.com/donate/; https://libertycoalitioncanada.com/liberty-defense-fund/our-legal-strategy/;SHOW SPONSORS:Join Red Balloon Today!: https://www.redballoon.work/lcc; Invest with Rocklinc: email@example.com or call them at 905-631-546; Diversify Your Money with Bull Bitcoin: https://mission.bullbitcoin.com/lcc;BarterPay: https://barterpay.ca/; Barter It: https://vip.barterit.ca/launch; Carpe Fide - "Seize the Faith": Store: https://carpe-fide.myshopify.com/, use Promo Code LCC10 for 10% off (US Store Only), or shop Canadian @ https://canadacarpefide.myshopify.com/ | Podcast: https://www.carpefide.com/episodes;Sick of Mainstream Media Lies? Help Support Independent Media! DONATE TO LCC TODAY!: https://libertycoalitioncanada.com/donate/ Please Support us in bringing you honest, truthful reporting and analysis from a Christian perspective.SUBSCRIBE TO OUR SHOWS/CHANNELS:LIBERTY DISPATCH PODCAST: https://libertydispatch.podbean.com; https://rumble.com/LDshow; OPEN MIKE WITH MICHAEL THIESSEN: https://openmikewithmichaelthiessen.podbean.com; https://rumble.com/openmike;THE OTHER CLUB: https://rumble.com/c/c-2541984; THE LIBERTY LOUNGE WITH TIM TYSOE: https://rumble.com/LLwTT;CONTACT US:Questions/comments about podcasts/news/analysis: firstname.lastname@example.org;Questions/comments about donations: email@example.com;Questions/comments that are church-related: firstname.lastname@example.org;General Inquiries: email@example.com. STAY UP-TO-DATE ON ALL THINGS LCC:Gab: https://gab.com/libertycoalitioncanada Telegram: https://t.me/libertycoalitioncanadanews Instagram: https://instagram.com/libertycoalitioncanada Facebook: https://facebook.com/LibertyCoalitionCanada Twitter: @LibertyCCanada - https://twitter.com/LibertyCCanada Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/LibertyCoalitionCanada YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@liberty4canada - WE GOT CANCELLED AGAIN!!! Please LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW and SHARE it with others!
Liberty Dispatch ~ November 09, 2023 On this episode of Liberty Dispatch, hosts Andrew and Matthew take another look at the vile behaviour of the intoleristas and their defenders who make up the sadistic, Woke sex cult which loves death and tyranny, and how they are colonizing Western society, all the way down to your calendar and local pool. We are also joined by Pickering City Councillor Lisa-Lynne Robinson, who ran afoul of the Woke Commissars, who suspended her without pay. Last but certainly not least, the newly minted Canadian Director of the Ezra Institute, Pastor Nate Wright, joins the program to help us unpack how Christians can remain faithful and push back against the Kingdom of Darkness in our confused and deranged age. [Segment 1] - The WOKIES are the Real COLONIZERS: "2023 LGBTQIA Holidays and Remembrances" | Seattle Pride: https://seattlepride.org/news/2023-lgbtqia-holidays-remembrances; Tweet by YRDSB | Twitter: https://twitter.com/YRDSB/status/1721555159254204841; "50-Year-Old Trans Professor Takes Last Place in Toronto Teen Girls Swim Race" | The Post Millennial: https://thepostmillennial.com/50-year-old-trans-professor-takes-last-place-in-toronto-teen-girls-swim-race; [Segment 2] - Interview with Lisa Robinson: "Pickering Councillor Lisa Robinson Suspended with Pay for Transphobic, Homophobic Comments" | CityNews Toronto: https://toronto.citynews.ca/2023/10/25/pickering-councillor-lisa-robinson-suspended-pay-transphobic-homophobic; Lisa's GIVE SEND GO: http://www.givesendgo.com/GB9DP; Lisa's Twitter: https://twitter.com/LifelibertyLisa; Lisa's Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Lisa's Personal Email: email@example.com; [Segment 3] - Interview with Nate Wright: "Mission of God Conference 2023" | Ezra Institute: https://www.ezrainstitute.com/training-programs/mission-of-god-conference-2023/; UPCOMING EVENTS JOIN US FOR: LIBERTY PODCASTS LIVE - Oct.23 @ Trinity Bible Chapel, Waterloo, ON: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/liberty-dispatch-live-tickets-699808795947?aff=oddtdtcreator; & Oct. 24 - https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/liberty-lounge-live-tickets-701294319187?aff=oddtdtcreator; and... Spark Conference - Oct.31- Nov. 1: https://www.sparkconferences.org/; SUPPORT OUR LEGAL ADVOCACY - Help us defend Canadians' God-given rights and liberties: https://libertycoalitioncanada.com/donate/; https://libertycoalitioncanada.com/liberty-defense-fund/our-legal-strategy/; SHOW SPONSORS: Join Red Balloon Today!: https://www.redballoon.work/lcc; Invest with Rocklinc: firstname.lastname@example.org or call them at 905-631-546; Diversify Your Money with Bull Bitcoin: https://mission.bullbitcoin.com/lcc; BarterPay: https://barterpay.ca/; Barter It: https://vip.barterit.ca/launch; Carpe Fide - "Seize the Faith": Store: https://carpe-fide.myshopify.com/, use Promo Code LCC10 for 10% off (US Store Only), or shop Canadian @ https://canadacarpefide.myshopify.com/ | Podcast: https://www.carpefide.com/episodes; Sick of Mainstream Media Lies? Help Support Independent Media! DONATE TO LCC TODAY!: https://libertycoalitioncanada.com/donate/ Please Support us in bringing you honest, truthful reporting and analysis from a Christian perspective. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR SHOWS/CHANNELS: LIBERTY DISPATCH PODCAST: https://libertydispatch.podbean.com; https://rumble.com/LDshow; OPEN MIKE WITH MICHAEL THIESSEN: https://openmikewithmichaelthiessen.podbean.com; https://rumble.com/openmike; THE OTHER CLUB: https://rumble.com/c/c-2541984; THE LIBERTY LOUNGE WITH TIM TYSOE: https://rumble.com/LLwTT; CONTACT US: Questions/comments about podcasts/news/analysis: email@example.com; Questions/comments about donations: firstname.lastname@example.org; Questions/comments that are church-related: email@example.com; General Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org. STAY UP-TO-DATE ON ALL THINGS LCC: Gab: https://gab.com/libertycoalitioncanada Telegram: https://t.me/libertycoalitioncanadanews Instagram: https://instagram.com/libertycoalitioncanada Facebook: https://facebook.com/LibertyCoalitionCanada Twitter: @LibertyCCanada - https://twitter.com/LibertyCCanada Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/LibertyCoalitionCanada YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@liberty4canada - WE GOT CANCELLED AGAIN!!! Please LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW and SHARE it with others!
بعد التحدث عن الحرب الإعلامية الشديدة بين إسرائ*ل وفلسط*ن وتأثيرها علينا نفسيًا، ننتقل لمناقشة الأبعاد الجيوسياسية للحرب على غ*ة في المنطقة. انضموا إلينا في تصوير المشهد السياسي في فلسط*ن والمنطقة مع الباحث في العلوم السياسية الدكتور زياد ماجد، حيث نتحدث عن: - ما هي خلفيات دعم اليمين الغربي المتطرف المعادي للسامية لإسرائ*ل؟ -ما هي "حم*س" وهل قراراتها مستقلة تماما؟ -كيف تحولت القضية الفلسط*نية إلى قضية إسلامية؟ -الولايات المتحدة وإسرائ*ل، من يتحكم بالآخر؟ -هل الأمم المتحدة مؤسسة لا فائدة منها؟ After tackling the intense media war between Isr@el & P@le$t!ne and opening up about how it is affecting us psychologically, we now jump straight into the geopolitical implications of the war on G*za in the region. In this #Sardeafterdinner with political researcher Dr. Ziad Majed, we tap into: How can the anti-semitic radical right in the West be pro-Isr@el? Who is H@m@s and are their decisions fully independent? How did the P@le$t!nian cause become an Islamic cause ? USA-Isr@el, who controls who? Is the UN a useless institution? Sarde (noun), [Sa-r-de]: A colloquial term used in the Middle East to describe the act of letting go & kicking off a stream of consciousness and a rambling narrative. The Sarde After Dinner Podcast is a free space based out of the heart of Beirut, Lebanon, where Médéa Azouri & Mouin Jaber discuss a wide range of topics (usually) held behind closed doors in an open and simple way with guests from all walks of life. سردة (إسم) سَرْدَةْ : مصطلح بالعامية يستخدم في منطقة الشرق الأوسط للدلالة على الاسترخاء وإطلاق سردية. يشكّل بودكاست سردة بعد العشاء مساحة حرّة من قلب بيروت، لبنان، حيث تناقش ميديا عازوري ومعين جابر عدّة مواضيع (لطالما) تمّت مناقشتها خلف أبواب مغلقة وذلك بطريقة بسيطة ومباشرة مع ضيوف من شتّى المجالات. This Sarde is brought to you by our incredible patrons at https://www.patreon.com/sardeafterdinner Without you guys, there is no Sarde (after dinner). Thank you NEW Sarde. Every. Wednesday 9 PM
More Action Force Savagery! Seriously, they rack up a serious body count in the first story from this fantastic annual. Major Bludd and Baroness are practicing Colonialism and the Joes are there to stop them! Nothing stops the Movies and a Meal Podcast! Nothing!
Natalie Gutierrez, author of The Pain We Carry, Healing from Complex PTSD for People of Color, is a critical POC voice in a wellness space dominated by white trauma experts. Through her personal lens and professional lens as a Puerto Rican complex trauma therapist, Natalie explains how historical and cultural trauma is experienced by Black people, Indigenous people and People of Colour - and how cultural burdens and legacies inform our relationships and internal family systems. Natalie is remarkable and you can catch her among a line-up of powerful presenters at the upcoming Justice As Trauma conference, in Vancouver from April 3-5, 2024. Please visit https://www.myrnamccallum.co/justiceastrauma for details - and don't forget to order her book, The Pain We Carry: Healing from Complex PTSD for People of Color.
Does the Left Condemn Hamas? Was the Palestine cause Secular? How many people did the British kill in India during Colonialism? Ammar Ali Jan comes back on The Pakistan Experience to discuss Decolonization, British Exploitation of India, Pakistan, Palestine, Colonialism, Hamas, Collective Punishment, and the difference between the Left and Liberals, for a must watch episode of the podcast. On this deep dive podcast we unpack Imperialism and violence, from testing Tear Gas on Indians to the Siege of Gaza, from Jalianwala Bagh to Israel bombing Palestine, we discuss systematic and structure violence and notions of Identity, Culture and Ressistance. Ammar Ali Jan is a Historian, Academic, Activist and President of the Haqooq-e-Khalq party holding a PhD from Cambridge University. The Pakistan Experience is an independently produced podcast looking to tell stories about Pakistan through conversations. Please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepakistanexperience To support the channel: Jazzcash/Easypaisa - 0325 -2982912 Patreon.com/thepakistanexperience And Please stay in touch: https://twitter.com/ThePakistanExp1 https://www.facebook.com/thepakistanexperience https://instagram.com/thepakistanexpeperience The podcast is hosted by comedian and writer, Shehzad Ghias Shaikh. Shehzad is a Fulbright scholar with a Masters in Theatre from Brooklyn College. He is also one of the foremost Stand-up comedians in Pakistan and frequently writes for numerous publications. Instagram.com/shehzadghiasshaikh Facebook.com/Shehzadghias/ Twitter.com/shehzad89 Chapters 0:00 Introduction 2:00 Far Right using the religious narrative for Palestine 5:45 Imperialism and Colonization 9:00 Palestine: Resistance and Decolonization from India to South America 17:00 PLO, PLFP and History of the Palestine Struggle 31:30 Ideas of Violence on the Left 34:00 Colonial Exploitation of India 50:00 Liberalism and Colonial Style of Governance 57:00 Violence, Fascism and Imperialism 1:07:00 Imperial Violence and Revolution 1:17:00 Painting Resistance as Violence to Dehumanize people 1:21:00 Creating the Colonial World Order 1:33:00 Identity Crisis and the Colonial Inferiorirty Complex 1:35:00 The Palestinian Identity and Culture 1:40:00 What the Palestine cause means for the world 1:47:30 Protesting in Pakistan 1:52:30 Audience Questions
Postcolonialism is a hot topic these days as many groups are eager to divide us up into oppressors and the oppressed–but do these categories help? Young and influential Zambian writer and speaker Lennox Kalifungwa says that there is much more to be considered than ethnicity, culture, and nationality. If we want true freedom and flourishing as individuals and societies, we need to promote truth, beauty, and goodness, looking beyond worldly categories that perpetuate brokenness and victimhood. There is no short-changing the effort it takes to move beyond the syncretism that is found in churches around the world. Join us as we discuss these important topics together.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
Welcome back to Constellation! This week, Colin and Dagan are joined by legendary game designer David Jaffe and Last Stand's executive producer, Dustin Furman. Colin wants to discuss colonialism and its lingering presence today, while Dustin would like to talk about horror movies—our best, favorites, and overall thoughts on the enjoyment of being scared. This episode is a bit abnormal, with a few issues that caused Jaffe and Colin to drop out before the final topic. But don't worry; Dustin and Dagan held down the fort with a discussion on karaoke. It starts pretty straightforward but delves deep into the nature of insecurity and rising above it. This might be the most unique episode of Constellation yet, so please enjoy and forgive us for the mid-show mix-up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dahr Jamail speaks with Sam Olando about the challenges his people have faced, over generations, as governments and/or corporate projects displace increasing numbers of people from their ancestral lands. Sam also discusses Indigenous values, the importance of community, and the functional nature of reciprocity.Sam Olando, a Luo man from Kenya, is a human rights defender and community organizer who is the executive director of Pamoja Trust, an NGO dedicated to promoting access to land, shelter, and basic services for the vulnerable.
Critical Thinking - Black History Month Special - Who is Black & Why it matters? (Part 2) Black Spy Podcast - Season 12, Episode 0002 This week's episode of the black spy podcast is a critical thinking episode for Black History Month, in which Carlton asks – who is it Black and why does it matter? Carlton looks at the politics of blackness including who has decided who is and isn't classed as “Black” through the centuries. Moreover, in terms of a phenotype, what do Black people look like. Carlton asks if its credible that Black people are only seen as one absolutely particular type of ethnic group with no variation of skin colour in nose shape, lip shape etc; whereas White people (Caucasians) can be of any hair colour blonde, dark, ginger to curly hair, to straight hair. They can have thin or thick lips, narrow, wide or hook noses and all forms of face shape. Moreover, the Europeans who ‘classified' the as so called races, even allowed people with very white and very dark skin colour to be classified as White, because they were from a people perceived a capable in the 17th and 18th centuries. These unscientific discrepancies between phenotype classifications can clearly no longer stand? Therefore in this episode, Carlton seeks to challenge this one sided view, which by the way isn't maintained when it suited the post 17th Century colonial elites, slaveholders, plantocracy and pseudo-scientists that proclaimed the inferiority of the so called Black (Negro) ‘race', and the superiority of the obviously flawed White race classification. Hence, Carlton explains why this outdated concept can no longer stand and why Black historical figures and empires throughout the ages need to be reclaimed! Carlton explains how being Black has been defined in various countries particularly the United states and how, just one drop of black blood was perceived to be sufficient to make a person legally and officially Black. This one drop was defined in many US states a person with 1/64th of a Black ancestor, 1/32nd Black ancestry, 1/16th or a minimum of 1/8th Black ancestry made a person Black. Additionally, this episode also assesses what Carlton calls the ‘Balance Theory'. Carlton's Balance Theory explains how Black, White and other peoples of Colour have had transmitted to them, by slave trade and colonial White rulers, that Black people are ignorant, lazy, childlike, feckless and uneducated, and that they have never invented or developed anything. They have also been told that Blacks are criminal and duplicitous. These anti-black views have been transmitted to all peoples for over 350 years, since the African Slave Trade, Colonialism up until at least the late 1970's. Carlton explores all these issues and many more. He assesses the effect on every day interactions with police, teachers or employers and others, who due to the extremely low expectation of Black people mentioned above, these important intermediaries, due to these attitudes see Black people as suspicious and of limited ability. Hence, what Carlton calls the ‘muck of ages' affects relations today. Finally, Carlton notes that this negativity against Black people has also been transmitted to Black people themselves, so they too suffer from the same prejudices brought about by the muck of ages. Note: The picture attached is a facial reconstruction of Jesus Christ by forensic reconstruction experts. The reconstruction is not dissimilar to that of the facial reconstruction first British man known as Cheddar Man, albeit Cheddar man is shown to be even blacker than Jesus. This is another educational yet entertaining must listen episodes of the Black Spy Podcast. Don't forget to subscribe to The Black Spy Podcast to never miss an episode. Contact Firgas via her Linkedin at Firgas Esack Daps To contact the Black Spy or donate to The Black Spy Podcast utilise the following: To donate - Patreon.com/TheBlackSpyPodcast Email: email@example.com Facebook: The Black Spy Podcast Facebook: Carlton King Author Twitter@Carlton_King Instagram@carltonkingauthor To read Carlton's Autobiography: “Black Ops – The incredible true story of a British secret agent” Click the link below: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/BO1MTV2GDF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_WNZ5MT89T9C14CB53651 Carlton and Firgas are available for speaking events. For this purpose use the contact details above
When we talk about the climate crisis, common wisdom says we're all in it together. That implies that everyone is responsible, and everyone needs to do something about it. Our guest, Dr. Hamza Hamouchene, attacks this notion unequivocally: “The historical responsibility, of course, in the climate crisis lies within the industrialized capitalist West.” Most of the impacts are felt by communities in the global South, in countries that have been impoverished since colonial times. As developing nations they are additionally burdened by international financial institutions when, in fact, they are owed climate reparations.Hamza is co-editor of Dismantling Green Colonialism: Energy and Climate Justice in the Arab Region. He talks with Steve about the urgent need for climate justice and decolonization, while suggesting what a just transition would entail.They emphasize the critical need for support of the Palestinians, whose cause must be included in discussions of colonialism, climate justice, global trade, and energy systems.Part Two of this interview will be released next week.Dr. Hamza Hamouchene is a London-based Algerian researcher-activist, commentator and a founding member of Algeria Solidarity Campaign (ASC), Environmental Justice North Africa (EJNA) and the North African Food Sovereignty Network (Siyada). He is currently the Arab region Programme Coordinator at the Transnational Institute (TNI). His work is focused on issues of extractivism, resources, land and food sovereignty as well as climate, environmental, and energy justice in the Arab region.@BenToumert on Twitter
Four weeks after Hamas's shock rampage, Israel's military says it has got Gaza City surrounded. But at what cost? The Palestinian territory's largest refugee camp has been bombed twice in two days, with dozens killed. And with each day that passes, the world is fed tales of horror and despair.
Education shapes lives - but how is this journey shaped by race, colonialism, and migration? Join us as we navigate the establishment of school systems in the British Caribbean post-Emancipation to the increasingly diverse classrooms of mid-20th century Britain. We're enlightened by the insights of Deanna Lyncook, a fellow podcaster and PhD student, whose research colors our understanding of Caribbean life and education abroad.We trace the racial and religious underpinnings of education in the anglophone colonies and unpack the challenges that newly-migrated British Caribbean students faced in the UK, from policies that hindered their academic success to the resistance and activism that these hurdles sparked within the Caribbean community. We also spotlight the unsung heroes: parents, educators, and activists who fought for an improved educational experience for Caribbean youth in Britain. Their story, alongside the enduring challenges faced by these students, continues to resonate today. In a world increasingly shaped by movement, understanding the interplay between education, history, and migration is more crucial than ever. Join us as we unearth an essential chapter of Black British and Caribbean history. Deanna Lyncook is a PhD student in History at Queen Mary University of London. Her research takes a transnational approach to the experiences of West Indian children in the British education system in Britain and its Caribbean colonies, in the second half of the 20th Century. She is the founder host of the weekly podcast The History Hotline where she discusses events and individuals that have shaped Black history in Britain and the Caribbean. She co-organised a Black British History Conference funded by the Institute of Historical Research, Queen Mary University and Northwestern University. She has curated an oral history exhibition at the Museum of Methodism and has also worked on historical research projects for the Society for Caribbean Studies, the University of Leeds, BBC Radio London and the Times Radio. She is also a coordinator for the Young Historians Project, that works on research projects to document neglected aspects of Black British History. Follow Deanna on Instagram and Twitter and The History Hotline on Instagram and Twitter. Support the showConnect with Strictly Facts - Instagram | Facebook | TwitterLooking to read more about the topics covered in this episode? Subscribe to the newsletter at www.strictlyfactspod.com to get the Strictly Facts Syllabus to your email!Want to Support Strictly Facts? Rate the Show Leave a review on your favorite podcast platform Share this episode with someone who loves Caribbean history and culture Send us a DM or voice note to have your thoughts featured on an upcoming episode Share the episode on social media and tag us Donate to help us continue empowering listeners with Caribbean history and education Produced by Breadfruit Media
Cristina Lumague is a freelance podcast producer, editor and the host of Espooky Tales, Historias Unknown and Novelas Con Cafecito.Enjoy this SRTN Halloween Special! Cristina and Ken talk about spooky tales, horror movies, telenovelas, podcasting, art y mas . . . espooky Patreon SRTN Podcast
In this critical episode of Guerrilla History, we bring on Max Ajl and Patrick Higgins to discuss some recent history and the ongoing situation regarding Palestinian resistance to the Zionist project and the ongoing bombardment on Gaza. Max and Patrick provide some absolutely crucial information here, so be sure to tune in, and forward the episode along to anyone you think would benefit from it. Our guests recommend you to donate to the Middle East Children's Alliance, read the work of Electronic Intifada and Mondoweiss, as well as follow their respective social media pages @intifada and @Mondoweiss, and keep up to date with the Palestinian Youth Movement and Within Our Lifetime. Max Ajl is a postdoctoral researcher at the Ghent University, and is author of the fantastic A People's Green New Deal. Read Max's other written work on his Researchgate page. Max also has a twitter page, but you must find it yourself! Patrick Higgins is a researcher at the University of Houston's Center for Arab Studies. You can find Patrick's writings on the internet by searching for his name and his affiliation, or with the keyword Palestine. Help support the show by signing up to our patreon, where you also will get bonus content: https://www.patreon.com/guerrillahistory
In this latest THOUGHTCRIME featuring Charlie Kirk, Jack Posobiec, Tyler Bowyer, and Blake Neff, the gang explores dramatic questions like: -Why is the left openly endorsing Hamas's child-murdering tactics? -Does Israel vs. Palestine demonstrate that colonialism is good? -Does RFK's independent presidential run help Trump, or hurt him? Join Charlie Kirk Exclusive today at members.charliekirk.com! Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.