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The second entry in Chi Chi's VÖLKERMORD trilogy discussing the shadow of the holocaust. This week , the stars of the Evil Thespian podcast join to delve into Mishima Yukio's 1969 stage play MY FRIEND HITLER + Bob Fosse's 1971 CABARET. You start by admitting from cradle to tomb... it isn't that long a stay. It is shorter in Europe and shorter still in our recollection, it is shorter when your life accelerates at the breakneck speed of Dionysian abandon. Within the rush forward to fame and beauty and artistry and ecstasy on earth, there is an inkling of abomination, destruction and genocide. What must be done to remake the world? What does it cost? Where does one divide art from massacre? Maybe this time... maybe this time... Subscribe to the Evil Thespian podcast on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/evil-thespian/id1562330987 And on the Patreon, my mother and I continue our discussion concerning my Grandfather, a German SS officer: patreon.com/imsopopular (S3.E32 僕の友達)
Today, we have Carl Zha from the Silk and Steel Podcast joining us to discuss the Opium wars. Show Notes0:00:00 - 0:03:12 - Introductions0:03:14- 0:05:20 - Opium BeginningsOriginally, opium was ingested orally. However, ingesting it in large quantities lead to death because it stopped breathing. However, after Europeans colonized the New World, they brought back tobacco from the Americas. Particularly, the Spanish and the Portuguese, who brought it to the Philippines and Malaysia, both countries had a significant Chinese diaspora. Later, when the Dutch colonized Indonesia, they, too, brought tobacco. Now, Opium was mixed with tobacco and it could be smoked allowing for consumption in larger amounts without death.0:05:21- 0:07:08 - Damn British and OpiumOpium, itself, is not grown in china. It is grown outside of China and had to be imported. India grew Opium. In the Late 18th century when the British Colonized India, they forced the farmers in India to grow opium. Their policy of making Indian farmers grow Opium was responsible for many famines. The British East India Company (BEIC) would license the opium through their opium monopoly. They would sell the opium to individual traders who would carry them into China, because the British want plausible deniability. If someone every questioned them, they would say, “Oh, we are the venerable British East India company. We don't we don't actually believe in the opium trade.”0:07:08- 0:08:01 - Smoke and MirrorsThe BEIC ships the opium, but the individual parcels will be parceled out and sold to employees of BEIC. A famous opium smuggler is William Jardine, who started as a sergeant under the BEIC. As an employee of the BEIC, he got his own cargo space on their shops which was used to ship opium that he sold to China. 0:08:02- 0:09:48 - China's Opium EpidemicOpium was illegal in China and soon the Chinese government realized they had a crisis. Initially, opium was a luxury good because it was not grown in China. However, the innovation of the BEIC flooded the market with cheap opium. Now, laborers could afford it. It blossomed into a full-blown opium crisis.0:09:49- 0:13:42 - Limits on Foreign TradeOriginally, foreign presence in China was curtailed. It was limited to a few port ciites and the British could only stay for 6 months before having to go to the island of Macau. The British weren't happy that they could only conduct trade in the city of Canton. The British had to resort to selling opium because originally their product was not competitive. British had developed a taste for Chinese tea, and they needed silver to trade because China had gone into the Silver standard. 0:13:43 - 0:14:48 - The Magic FormulaSoon, the British hit the magic formula of selling drugs to the Chinese to drain China of it's silver. The British ran a trade deficit with China prior to the massive operation of opium smuggling. According to some estimates, 50% of the silver mined in the South America is from the 18th and 19th century, ended up in China. The British just decided to sell drugs to drain the silver. 0:14:48 - 0:18:28 Enter AmericansDuring the founding of the United States, most of the New England old money was made in the opium fortune. There was Astor who has an area in Queens named after him: Astoria. Other families who made their fortune through the Opium Trade:* The Forbes Family whose descendant John Forbes Kerry was Secretary of State under Obama.* The Delano Family - FDR's Grandfather.* HSBC bank During a famine in Guangzhau, American traders hid opium under bags of rice. All the Ivy league universities were also heavily invested in the opium trade. That's how America was founded on: Drugs and Slaves.0:19:24 - 0:25:47 China Fights BackChinese officials tried to tackle the problem by banning opium. The first few bans were ineffective because the British had paid off many officials. In the 1830s, the sends his minister Lin Tse-Hsu', who is known to be a very honest, upright official to Guangzhou, specifically put a stop to the opium trade. The British gave up the opium, but they were very indignant. William Jardine returns to London and buys up many newspapers and starts to agitate a media campaign against China in order to start a war. He hobnobs with UK politicians, especially Lord Palmerston, to urge for war with China. There was a lively debate in the British Parliament about morality of going to war with China over opium. But, in the end, they decide to wage war against China for Opium.0:25:47-0:32:12 The First Opium WarThe British sent their troops from India and landed in the port city of Guanzhou. The British had obtained Mysore rockets and their arsenal was significantly better than China's. While Britain had industrialized, they did so by destroying more advanced industries in India. Britain decided to bombard the Chinese coast and went up to the mouth of the Yangzi river. they decided they're going to apply pressure by raiding other Chinese coastal towns. So the sale of the salt from the South China Sea and bombarding the Chinese coast totally. And if they go that went up to the mouth of Yangzi River near Shanghai. They took over some islands to create big their headquarter for opium smuggling. And more importantly, they threatened to cut off the north-south traffic at the Grand Canal. At that time, most of the Chinese shipping was along the coast under the Grand Canal to sail from Nanjing to Beijing. Beijing, in 1839, had a population of more than a billion. The plains around Beijing was dry and couldn't feed the population. The British Navy blockaded the area around Nanjing, threatened to cut off the the rice shipment from from the south to Beijing to basically to starve the population. At this point, China capitulated. They paid large indemnity for the pleasure of being invaded and also recognized Hong Kong as a port.0:32:12 - 0:36:16 Treaty of Nanking * China Ceded Hong Kong in Perpetuity* Indemnity was paid to British ships* Opening up China for foreign exploitation.* Chinese law did not apply to British missionariesSoon, the french began negotiating with the British to allow a little colony in these areas. The city of Shanghai, British, France and even the US got their own concessions. The British and American concession eventually merged into the international Settlement of Shanghai. The colonialism was so bad that there needed to be a Chinatown in Shanghai. The Chinese were restricted to the Chinese city, where the Chinese law would continue to apply. But for the rest of European concessions, British, French, and American laws were applied. British imported Sikh police from British India to police the Shanghai concessions.0:36:16 -0:38:20 Modern Day Colony in OkinawaThis is eerily similar to Okinawa in modern day Japan. American soldiers can rape people in Okinawa. There is nothing that the Japanese government can do to them. The Japanese government is also a culprit because they don't want American soldiers on the Japanese mainland. So they stick them in Okinawa because, they never treated Okinawans at the same level as the Japanese citizens in Japan. Essentially Okinawa status is like it's a double colony of Japan and United States. 0:38:20 Century of HumiliationA Chinese person at this time was a second-class citizen in your own country. A very famous scene in a Bruce Lee film illustrates this:Some Western historians tried to disprove this as an urban myth. But, what they discovered was that there was that the sign actually said “This park is reserved for Europeans only, dogs not allowed.0:42:00 - 0:45:16 - Second Opium WarThe British were not very happy with the settlement for only $21 million. The opium was not fully legalized. So they waited for another opportunity to start another war. This opportunity came during the “Arrow Incident”. British authority had granted all the vessels registered in Hong Kong, British registration. So there was a cargo ship called Arrow. It was used by Chinese smugglers to smuggling opium again, which was captured by the Chinese authorities. The Chinese authorities arrested the crew and executed them for drug smuggling. Because the ship was flying a British flag, the British used this as an excuse to start another war. In another incident, proselytizing was illegal. A French priest decided to ignore this regulation and went to the interior. He got in trouble with the locals who killed him. The French used this as an excuse to align with the British to form the Anglo-French consortium. Now, the French-Anglo forces used Hong Kong as a launchpad to start another attack on China. The British just had finished fighting a war in India against the Great Sepoy Mutiny. They had shipped off mutineers to Trinidad, Guyana and other British colonies to work in bonded labor. 0:45:16 -0:49:29 Chinese Coolie TradeAround the time slavery was formally abolished in many Latin American countries, but there was still a demand for the docile labor force. British and Dutch traders set up shop in Hong Kong. They recruited Chinese peasants They will have these the British and Dutch traders, they will set up shop in Hong Kong and they will Chinese peasants with the promise of jobs overseas. When they went abroad, there conditions were terrible and slave-like. Bruce Lee's dutch great-grandfather was part of this. 0:50:13 - 0:59:07 The British Loot BeijingAfter Britain captured Guangzhou in 1856, they decided it was not enough, so they decided to bring in more pressure. They sailed up to the port of Tianjin, just outside of Beijing where they defeated the Chinese coastal defense. They send in their last remnant force led by the Mongol Prince Sengge Rinchen because they were poorly equipped. At this time, the British decided to send an envoy to negotiate with the Chinese side. But the Mongol Prince, Sengge Rinchen, was so mad at the defeat that he had the British envoy put to death. And now the British were out for revenge. They decided to sack Beijing and the Chines emperor fled the palace. The British commander Lord Elgin (the son of the famed Elgin marbles) decided to loot the Beijing summer palace and ordered the complete destruction of it. Today, the ruins stands. Everything within the summer palaces was shipped to Britain. A clause was inserted so that foreign priests could go anywhere in China to proselytize anywhere in China and British ships were allowed to carry indentured Chinese servants to the USA to work. 0:59:07 - 1:05:19 - Opium and the devastation on the Population* Foreign missionaries said nearly 40% of the adult male population were addicted to opium.* One doctor said, “There is no slavery to that compared to opium”Carl Zha tells us a personal anecdote about how opium ruined his grandfather's family.1:05:19 -1:14:12 KMT, Opium, CIA and the Cold WarAfter the communists seized power in China, the United States was sponsoring the remnant KMT troops who escape from southwestern China to northern Myanmar into this place now with nice golden triangle to start opium and heroin production over there. When the communists took power, opium was outlawed. They burned all the crops and now food such as size could be grown. Around this time, western pharmaceuticals started to develop more potent forms of opium to market it to the masses such as Heroin and Morphine which was treated as a cough remedy for Children.1:14:12-1:17:21 Heroin Crisis hits homeSoldiers who were in Vietnam became addicted to opium and it was shipped back home. 1:17:21 -1:23:20 -Getting back Hong KongWhile Hong Kong was leased in perpetuity, areas around Hong Kong was given a 100 year lease which would expire in 1997. At that time, Margaret Thatcher ran many scenarios to see if they could defend Hong Kong against Chinese forces. When she went to negotiate for Hong Kong, the Chinese government cut her off and flatly said no. They ran many scenarios and they realized they could not defend against an actual Chinese military.In the 1980s, a lot of fear was whipped up by the capitalist class. So, to assuage them, China did One Country Two Policies Get full access to Historic.ly at www.historicly.net/subscribe
Courtney McKenna is a Los Angeles based Artist and Marketer on a mission to help society shift into a healthier and happier collective. From a very young age, Courtney found music as a tool to help her cope with an unstable alcoholic father. Growing up in the Car Industry, Courtney witnessed her Grandfather's success through community building and became interested in marketing. She has a Bachelors of Science Degree in Retailing and Consumer Science with a double minor in Business Admin and Marketing from The University of Arizona. Since college she has studied organizational health, consciousness, neuroscience, and energy healing with many different teachers and coaches. During the course of her life Courtney has started over a dozen businesses as a creative entrepreneur. She is most passionate about helping women and other entrepreneurs to unlock their full potential by empowering them with practical tools and wisdom so they can stand in their power.Whenever she is not working with clients, Courtney is focused on building her music business. Courtney is a new member of the Recording Academy and has been studying music theory for two years now with her mentor Chris Kapica - former Juilliard professor and Dean of California College of Music. Joined by her backing band Sweet Myths, Courtney has been producing a new southwest inspired rock EP due summer 2023. In 2022 Courtney released three new rock singles and two music videos surrounding the topic of addiction and mental health. Her latest single ‘C.S.R. (Corporate Social Responsibility)' is a driving surf-rock tune about corporate greed and intersectionality. With this release she hopes to encourage her listeners to take greater care of themselves and each other.https://courtneymckenna.rocks/https://www.facebook.com/courtneymckennamusic/ https://twitter.com/CourtneyMcKennahttps://linktr.ee/courtneymckenna
Episode 57 of The Two Critical Podcast. Celtics & Aliens. Larry Bird shot Bruce Wayne's Parents w Brendan "pedro" Wayne. The boys welcome special guest Brendan Wayne, star of The Madalorian tv show and Cowboys vs Aliens. Brendan talks about his early career, firearms safety on mivie sets, getting gooched off a horse and his famous Grandfather, the one and only John Wayne.
From a farm boy without electricity or indoor plumbing to a multi-million dollar donor, my grandfather's unlikely success story tells a legacy of generosity that has joyfully blessed thousands of people and hundreds of ministries. Don't miss how my grandparents launched a successful FM radio station (before FM radio even existed!) and renovated a fixer upper farmhouse decades before the Gaines'. IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:Life on a farm without plumbingHow traveling influenced Paul & SylviaThe strategic way Paul Hollinger launched WDAC 94.5 radio stationPaul's expert advice on asking better questionsSylvia's thoughts on financial givingWays to be intentional with your wealth (be it financial or otherwise)RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED:Before and After Stone Farmhouse Renovation: https://hammersnhugs.com/renovated-stone-farmhouse-after-tourWDAC Christian Radiohttps://wdac.com/ABOUT: PAUL AND SYLVIA HOLLINGERPaul and Sylvia Hollinger are Ahna's maternal grandparents. Paul, former owner and general manager of WDAC-FM 94.5, and his wife, Sylvia, were honored on August 7 with the first-ever Timothy Award, given by HCJB Global, a media and healthcare group based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with ministries in more than 100 countries. Dozens of awards and accolades later Paul & Sylvia now enjoy retirement in Lancaster County Pennsylvania. CONNECT WITH US:Website: http://www.hammersnhugs.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AhnaFulmerHammersNHugsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ahnafulmer/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hammersnhugsContact The Show!Website: https://hammersnhugs.com/imperfectly-empowered-podcast/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org*NEW* IG: https://www.instagram.com/ahnafulmer
“We often take our talents for granted and assume that other people have the same set of skills as we do, so we downplay the time, energy, and passion we've invested to learn. We assume that everyone knows what we know, and that's just not the truth…” In this episode, a perfect topic for our audience - leadership in the most simple yet effective form. We talk about how driven we are with life, and how well we pursue our goals especially for those who are motivated by contribution and impact, despite the norms of society and our immediate environment.Joining us this week is someone who dared to challenge issues he found at work and in his community to create a version of his life that is better suited for him and the legacy he wants to leave this world. We talk about being self-driven, and how to influence people to become more driven and effective. To get you pumped, my guest will also share how he built a side hustle that turned out to be a million-dollar business, and how he now leads people to do the same!ABOUT OUR GUESTTony Whatley became known as “The Side Hustle Millionaire” after his book with the same title became a #1 best-seller on Amazon in just 9 hours from the time it was launched. But, this book title isn't just fiction; it is based on his actual story.Tony once led a successful corporate career for over 25 years, but that is less interesting than the side-businesses that he created, which generated millions in profit.As an active entrepreneur himself, he still owns a few businesses. But, his real passion is teaching entrepreneurs how to start, scale, and sell their business, within his podcast and consulting brand 365 Driven.You can learn more about Tony and his work here:https://365driven.com/https://www.instagram.com/365driven/https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonywhatley/https://web.facebook.com/365drivenABOUT OUR HOSTKen Eslick is an Entrepreneur, Author, Podcaster, Tony Robbins Trainer, Life Coach, Husband of 35+ Years, and Grandfather. Ken currently spends his time as the President & Founder of The Leaders Lab where he and his team focus on Senior Leadership Acquisition. They get founders the next level C-Suite Leaders they need to go from being an Inc. Magazine 5000 fastest growing company to $100,000,000 + in revenue. You can learn more about Ken and his team at theleaderslab.coListen to more episodes on Mission Matters:https://missionmatters.com/author/ken-eslick/
Dick Howard and I had never met and this was the best of connections. He is considered to be the Grandfather of Mountain Biking in Virginia. Why that self proclaimed title? You'll find out not just about Dick's passion for cycling but his stories of bartending in Richmond, celebrity encounters, education and everything in between. Saddle up and get ready to take a ride with the Grandfather!
On Episode 079, today's guest hails from Orlando, Florida currently residing in Los Angeles, California. He's a Beatmaker, Audio Engineer, Live Performer, VST Developer and Sound Designer. Please welcome Ya Boy Pax to the show. Enjoy!During this episode we chopped it up about his signature moniker, musical upbringings/inspirations in his family lineage (Father, Grandfather, Mother), and L.A. being the Mecca of the Beat Scene. Being exposed to the 1 of 4 Pillars of Hip-Hop at an early age (Emceeing). Ya Boy Pax named his Greatest Beats of All Time from Madlibs “The Further Adventures of Lord Quas “Greenery” and Flying Lotus's "The Reset EP". He names his Beatmaker/Music Producer Superheros (Flying Lotus, J Dilla, Foisey, Flume, Ras_G & The Afrikan Space Program and DJ Premier and more. He creates his music using Ableton and Roland's SP404SX. He talks about the his album "The Great American Rat Park Experiment" and his experiences traveling throughout the United States en-route to Los Angeles California. He talked about making it through dark times in 2020 and 2021 and started honing his craft during crazy times. He describes what the local Beat-Scene looks like from his perspective with beat scene collectives such as LoveSupremeCA, Flipabeatclub, DuckWorld and Burgers&Beats. His creation of his Texture Hop Sound Packs and The Hand and Pax Delay VSTs. Ya Boy Pax left crazy jewels and inspiring words for Beatmakers and detailed what's in store for 2023 "Please Let Me In Your Cult" (Available for Pre-Order) with Schematic Music Company and more.Ya Boy Pax's Recommendations:1. Read Rick Ruben's “The Creative Act - A Way Of Being”2. Watch Dan Worrall YouTube Channel3. Listen to Recording Studio Rockstars Podcast Intro Music: Around The Block by @PhilthSpectorFeatured Music: Various tracks from Ya Boy Pax's Music Discography (Available Here)Social Media: @yaboypaxWebsite: www.yaboypax.comSupport the showEdited, Mixed and Mastered by GldnmndPodcast Social Link: linktr.ee/TheRecShowPodcastNEW!!! TheRecShowPodcast Music Playlist Available Here
Learn Polish in a fun way with short Episodes. On this episode we talk about Dzień Babci i Dziadek - Grandmother's & Grandfather's day. Donations https://www.podpage.com/learn-polish-podcast/support/ Store https://www.podpage.com/learn-polish-podcast/store/ Our Websites https://www.podpage.com/learn-polish-podcast/ https://learnpolish.podbean.com/ Find all Graphics to freely Download https://www.facebook.com/learnpolishpodcast Start Your Own Podcast + Social Media & Donations https://bio.link/podcaster All other Social Media & Donations https://linktr.ee/learnpolish Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0ZOzgwHvZzEfQ8iRBfbIAp Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/learn-polish-podcast/id1462326275 To listen to all Episodes + The Speaking Podcast + The Meditation Podcast + Business Opportunities please visit http://roycoughlan.com/ ===================================== 1st Episodes https://learnpolish.podbean.com/page/35/ ===================================== Now also on Bitchute https://www.bitchute.com/channel/pxb8OvSYf4w9/ Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9SeBSyrxEMtEUlQNjG3vTA To get Skype lessons from Kamila or her team please visits http://polonuslodz.com/ -------------------------------------------------- In this Episode we discuss: Babcia - Grandma Dziadek - Grandfather Dzień Babci - Grandmother's day Dzień Dziadka - Grandfather's day To jest mój dziadek, moja babcia - This is my grandfather, my grandmother Kocham mojego dziadka, moją babcię - I love my grandpa, my grandma Dziękuję mojemu dziadkowi za pomoc - Thank you to my grandfather for help Dziękuję mojej babci za pyszne ciasto - Thank you my grandma for the delicious cake Bez mojego dziadka jest smutno - It's sad without my grandfather Bez mojej babci jest bardzo pusto - It's very empty without my grandma Moja babcia ma na imię Barbara - My grandmother's name is Barbara Mój dziadek niestety nie żyje - Unfortunately my grandfather is dead Ona miała 96 lat - She was 96 years old Jaka była Twoja babcia? - What was your grandma like? Babcia była bardzo sympatyczna, gotowała dla mnie lunch - Grandma was very nice, she cooked lunch for me Moja babcia bardzo dobrze gotowała - My grandmother cooked very well Nie znam dobrze dziadka - I don't know grandpa well Moja babcia bardzo ładnie maluje i robi na drutach szalik - My grandma paints very well and knits a scarf Mój dziadek bardzo lubił chodzić do lasu - My grandfather was very fond of going to the forest Mój dziadek był myśliwym - My grandfather was a hunter --------------------------------------------------------------- If you would like Skype lessons from kamila or her team please visit http://polonuslodz.com/ All Polish Episodes / Speaking Podcast / Meditation Podcast / Awakening Podcast/ Polish Property & business Offers - http://roycoughlan.com/ Donations https://www.podpage.com/learn-polish-podcast/support/ Store https://www.podpage.com/learn-polish-podcast/store/ All Social Media + Donations https://linktr.ee/learnpolish Start your own Podcast https://bio.link/podcaster Please Share with your friends / Subscribe / Comment and give a 5* Review - Thank You (Dziekuje Bardzo :) ) #learnpolish #polishpodcast #learnpolishpodcast #speakpolish
After more than 5 weeks of searching the landfill for Quinton Simon, where the police believe his remains are, they still have yet to find any evidence of the child and police are cautioning the public that they might never find the boy.Meanwhile, Quintion's paternal grandfather was recently hit and killed in a hit and run incident and that came just a week after Quinton's paternal grandmother passed away as well.(commercial at 7:11)to contact me:email@example.com:https://nypost.com/2022/11/03/grandfather-of-missing-toddler-quinton-simon-killed-in-crash/
On this episode of Our American Stories, Brad Server grew up watching the Three Stooges on TV not knowing he was related to one of the greatest comics of all time. Every day after school, Brad, his brother, and their friends would pile in front of the television to watch their idol, Curly. Then one day, the secret about their unknown grandfather was unveiled. Brad Server (aka “Curly G”) is here to tell his story. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Brothers and Sisters season 5 Great Innerstandings is all about knowing the holy spirit that is within you, so this episode is all about being grateful for your blessings. The greatest blessing that we all have and share collectively is the Spirit of The Most High in Christ. Its important that we show gratitude for who we are, what we are, where we've been, where we are now, and for The Most High blessings; which is those gifts that we been given that keep on giving. Enjoy and Celebrate your blessings during these hard times.
In this episode we trace the origins of Carina's Irish grandfather - Bartholomew Cronin. He died well before she was born and she only recently realised how little she knew of his early days, the wider family and his final resting place". So, join us as we look to solve this mystery - with plenty of journeys, unexpected turns, twists and interesting characters along the way.We've arranged the show in the following 5 parts - with music and songs of County Cork along the way:Part 1: Introduction: Who was my Irish grandfather, where was he born, reared and buried - and many more questions!Song: "The Macroom Lassies" performed by Jackie Daly and Séamus Creagh.Part 2: Finding Bartholomew in the Records and a trip to the place he lived and worked.Song: "The Bold Thady Quill" performed by The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem.Part 3: Success! A Journey to the Place my grandfather was born, lived his early years and is buried.Song: "The Banks of The Lee" performed by Arkady and The Voice Squad.Part 4: Traveling back to the deep roots: Gougane Barra and the start of an Irish family dynasty.Song: "The Parting Glass" performed by The Voice Squad.Part 5: Wrapping up: My Closing thoughts and the journey so far!Thank you for listening to the Letter from Ireland show. To support the podcast, get lots of member-only features and follow Mike and Carinabehind the scenes as they travel around Ireland go to ALetterfromIreland.com/plus .
Brothers and Sisters season 5 Great Innerstandings is all about knowing the holy spirit that is within you, so this episode is all about being grateful for your blessings. The greatest blessing that we all have and share collectively is the Spirit of The Most High in Christ. Its important that we show gratitude for who we are, what we are, where we've been, where we are now, and for The Most High blessings; which is those gifts that we been given that keep on giving. Enjoy and Celebrate your blessings during these hard times.
“You need the light and the dark. You need a bit of resentment, you need a bit of anger, you need a bit of frustration; but what you don't want to do is live there.”In this episode, we talk about a very interesting approach to being more - not only in business, not only as a leader, but most importantly in life - through values and rules, realizing your own personal values and rules, knowing how to assess them and apply them every day. Some examples of these values we really dive into are connection, love, contribution, among others…My guest who joins me this week has been on the show two times before, which is a testament of how effective he is in what he does and apparently, how much my listeners want him back. My guest opens up about his own way of approaching these rules, how it enriches his personal life, his family, and his career. The willingness of my guests to be this vulnerable is something I always appreciate and I hope it gives you a priceless lesson or two…ABOUT OUR GUESTRich Waterman is a high performance coach in both personal and business life. In his own words, he works with people and their businesses to BE more. Not to become more.Rich was a former European Head of Derivatives Structuring for JP Morgan Chase. He is an NLP Trainer and a Senior Trainer for Robbins Research International. Rich is now dedicating his time to a movement called “Be The Difference Today”. It focuses on successful individuals and business teams being the difference through contribution and service. He works with business leaders and their businesses to transform culture, profits and ultimately, the quality of life. He will help you create a deeply rich experience of life and find ways to express yourself in this space; through coaching, speaking and mentoring. To learn more about Rich, please visit:www.richwaterman.comABOUT OUR HOSTKen Eslick is an Entrepreneur, Author, Podcaster, Tony Robbins Trainer, Life Coach, Husband of 35+ Years, and Grandfather. Ken currently spends his time as the President & Founder of The Leaders Lab where he and his team focus on Senior Leadership Acquisition. They get founders the next level C-Suite Leaders they need to go from being an Inc. Magazine 5000 fastest growing company to $100,000,000 + in revenue. You can learn more about Ken and his team at theleaderslab.coListen to more episodes on Mission Matters:https://missionmatters.com/author/ken-eslick/
1) Charles discusses what it was like to grow up with the Oppenheimer legacy and how his Grandfather's life has been captured and represented in history 2) How the Bhagavad Gita, family life and a trip to Corsica fit into Robert Oppenheimer's life story 3) The recent restoration of Robert Oppenheimer's security clearance and how this led to inspiration on Charles' part 4) Charles' founding of The Oppenheimer Project, exploring nuclear and making connections in the nuclear space
In this episode, our crew talks about conspiracy theories, Didn't Happen of the Year Awards", the virtues of MLMs (or lack there of), and an old tape from Eule's Grandfather-in-Law, and everyone clapped! (And so much more)Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100088489542036Follow us on Twitter:https://mobile.twitter.com/TheHYHATpodcast
The heroes uncover what the late Dr. Avery kept behind the magical ward in the wall at Avery Mansion, and they also support Donnah by attending the funeral of her murdered Grandfather. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vanishingtower/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vanishingtower/support
In this episode of Bourbon With Friends. The guys are joined by Alyson, co-owner and co-founder of 1620 distilling. In 1620, George Thorpe, our 7th Great Grandfather, came to America to establish a college, his contribution to history would prove to be much greater. Upon arriving in America George was introduced to the Indians of the region and more importantly, to their corn. In the fall of 1620, George substituted this Indian corn for barley and distilled America's first corn whiskey. Thus, George became not only our grandfather but, the Grandfather of Corn Whiskey.In a letter to home George referred to his new drink as a “soe good drinke of Indian corn” that was better than “good stronge English beer.”Today, we continue our family's four hundred year history of developing extraordinary whisky with our own “soe good drink.”Check out our sponsors!Kentucky Eagle INC. - Kentucky Eagle is growing and in need of talented people with a passion for wine and spirits. We are looking for sales positions and operational roles. We are a family owned and operated company that offers above industry average compensation, up to 7.5% 401K match, health-life-dental-vision-life insurance, car allowance, and cell allowance. Positions are available in markets around Kentucky. Please visit kyeagle.netcareers to apply.Check out their website - www.kyeagle.netBlind Barrels - Blind Whiskey Tasting Kit that was born to disrupt the whiskey industry by showcasing American craft whiskey that don't make their way to liquor store shelves due to distribution limitations. Blind tastings are all about discovery, education, and removing brand bias, and Blind Barrels hits home with whiskey communities by supporting the very best in smaller distillers who are making the most amazing, innovative, and delicious products that you can't get at your liquor store.Instagram - blindbarrelswww.blindbarrels.comFollow us on Instagram @bwfpodcast
“Pain is not something to be feared; it is something to be understood.”This week, we talk about a topic we often ignore - pain. Because we think that giving pain attention will slow us down from achieving. But this conversation will teach us that pain exists not because we are doing things wrong, but because we are simply out of balance. To make it more relevant for you, physical pain could be the result of an old injury, hours of sitting behind a desk or the wheel of a car, or simply a postural dysfunction. All of these can knock your body out of perfect alignment, causing pain, sleeping troubles, and limitations - and slow you down from achieving your life's greatest work.Join me and my guest as we help you realign your body, and with that your life, so you can be successful with the things you were meant to do.ABOUT OUR GUESTBrian Bradley is the Vice President, Brand Development and Special Programs and is on a mission to help millions of people learn how to live healthier, pain-free lives and achieve complete fitness. A frequent speaker at industry events, he presents, consults, and conducts training with corporations, organizations, and nonprofits on the topics of chronic pain, healthy living, and high-level performance. His clients include the Tony Robbins Companies, Bulletproof Radio, YPO, the Seattle Study Club, and the NFL. Brian has been studying “true” biomechanics and human anatomy using The Egoscue Method for more than 25 years. As the Posture-Pain-Performance coach and motivational speaker, he has spoken in more than 15 countries, promoting a myriad of healthy principles for achieving success in all areas of personal and professional life. Brian believes that real and lasting change can happen when we commit to health as a lifestyle. His postural training, fitness experience and engaging personality get people of all ages moving and digging deep to get their best results.Learn more: https://www.egoscue.com/ABOUT OUR HOSTKen Eslick is an Entrepreneur, Author, Podcaster, Tony Robbins Trainer, Life Coach, Husband of 35+ Years, and Grandfather. Ken currently spends his time as the President & Founder of The Leaders Lab where he and his team focus on Senior Leadership Acquisition. They get founders the next level C-Suite Leaders they need to go from being an Inc. Magazine 5000 fastest growing company to $100,000,000 + in revenue. You can learn more about Ken and his team at theleaderslab.coListen to more episodes on Mission Matters:https://missionmatters.com/author/ken-eslick/
Season 2 highlights again! This was S201: Ghost walking - In which Denny finally told his story. Beware, this episode is heavy. Feb 2nd is Season 3 Episode 1- ??????????? Don't miss it!!!www.kyxfiles.com to send us messages or voice firstname.lastname@example.org Email us if you want to talk!
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Have you ever wanted to be a part of a LIVE podcast recording? After listening to the series, do you have questions? About how it ended? About where Brian and his family stand now? Maybe you have a question for Nancy Kane about your own family? If you do, now is your chance! On February 3rd, Moody Radio and MBI will host The Grandfather Effect LIVE. This event is free, open to the public and will take place in Torrey-Gray auditorium at the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. Listen to this bonus episode for more details! Let us know what you think of The Grandfather Effect and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After Pesach opens with some thoughts on the recently passed Pope Benedict, Doug and Pesach catch up and discuss the recent death of Doug's grandfather, "Poppop." Doug shares stories and lessons from Poppop's life. Then the discussion turns to the topic of family roles in wake of the death of a patriarch.
“Money has nothing to do with whether you are a good person or not. Money only amplifies who you are.”In this episode, we discuss success and wealth while acknowledging that different people have different definitions for those two things. My guest openly shares her journey into self-discovery and self-love, and how money played a part in that. More importantly, she shares her message of how we are meant for great things, how we should stop playing small, and last but not least, self-ownership as a form of true influence. Join us as we also openly explore perspectives on manifestation, the difference of masculine and feminine energies in the workplace, and a topic we love to touch on in the show - finding your happiness in different situations as a leader, yes; but more importantly, as a human being. ABOUT OUR GUESTAmira Alvarez is the founder and CEO of The Unstoppable Woman, a business coaching and training company that equips ambitious, driven, high-performing female entrepreneurs to tap into their feminine energy to create a more fulfilled and satisfying life and business. As someone who has made a quantum leap (going from barely making 6-figures to making $700k in one year, then onto 7-figures) and has lived to tell about it, she knows exactly what inner and outer game strategies are required to get out of your own way, live life on your own terms, and master the art of achieving any goal you set your mind to.She uses these strategies to help her high-achieving clients embrace their feminine essence in a way that elevates the experience of success and overall satisfaction with life and business.Learn more about Amira and her views on leadership at: https://www.TheUnstoppableWoman.comFree Resources: https://theunstoppablewoman.com/freestuffThe Unstoppable Woman Podcast: https://theunstoppablewoman.com/listen/ABOUT OUR HOSTKen Eslick is an Entrepreneur, Author, Podcaster, Tony Robbins Trainer, Life Coach, Husband of 35+ Years, and Grandfather. Ken currently spends his time as the President & Founder of The Leaders Lab where he and his team focus on Senior Leadership Acquisition. They get founders the next level C-Suite Leaders they need to go from being an Inc. Magazine 5000 fastest growing company to $100,000,000 + in revenue. You can learn more about Ken and his team at theleaderslab.co**Free for Leaders Lab Listeners: Starting January 1st, Tommy Rosen will be leading a live, one hour morning spiritual practice every day at 6:00am PT, for the entire month of January. Sadhana is a morning spiritual practice aimed at helping you reconnect to your true self so that you can set your day up for success. To register and for more info: r20.com/WakeUp2023You can learn more about Ken and his team at:theleaderslab.coListen to more episodes on Mission Matters:https://missionmatters.com/author/ken-eslick/
Slam the Gavel welcomes Deborah Hunter from Oklahoma to the podcast as she talks about her son's journey with Alicia and their baby Miles, who was born at 34 weeks. Their baby was absconded by CPS shortly after Alicia's passing from a brief illness. Miles was then legally kidnapped, taken away from the Father, and put into Foster Care. On several occasions when the Father has gone for 'visitation,' Miles has had a bruised lip, bronchitis, respiratory infections, swollen feet an extreme diaper rash and then had to have tubes put in his ears as well as on another visit Miles had a cut/wound in his skin after Father removed the diaper. Shortly after, Judge Corley decided to take Miles off the donated breast milk Miles had been on since birth as a preemie and ordered baby formula, notarized a document, signing off on the Birth Certificate (which would make the judge the Grandfather). They took the Father's visits down to 1.5 hours every other week. How can a Father bond with their own flesh and blood for such short periods of time? Deborah has been documenting everything and they have a court date January 5th, 2023. Update will be following.To reach Deborah: email@example.com and her cell: 347-522-6610. Supportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/Support the showSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/
Happy New Years dopsters!!!! If you're one of our OG fans you know that every year on New Years we make sure to record and air a new episode- 2023 being no exception! Have you ever felt alone while in the company of others? Perhaps pondered the people in your inner vs. outer circles? Have had to say goodbye to someone deep in your inner circle? Can you let people in to your inner circle again? What even is healthy relationship building? These topics and more are discussed openly as Phil (Puffie) announces the passing of his Grandfather, Albert Stallworth, may he rest in peaceful paradise. Come laugh through the deep discussions we have on this episode! As always, be kind to yourselves and each other. We love and appreciate y'all. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dopethoughtz/support
IMANI - FAITH - to believe with all our hearts in our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders, and the righteousness and victory of our struggle. Kwanzaa Time with Aunti Oni series ends by highlighting the 7th principle of IMANI, Faith. Based on a Native American folktale, a loving Grandfather teaches his grandchildren the importance of having faith in yourself and making the right choices. STORY CREDIT: THE IMANI TREE by Oni Lasana For more from Aunti Oni listen to Aunti Oni's Story Village: https://shows.acast.com/aunti-oni-story-village
Grace with Grandfather Eyes E12 What can we learn from six senior leaders about leading large organizations connected to our best selves? Join Hylke Faber and Rick Gage as they reflect together on the past six Rooted & Unwavering episodes with: Pamela Mattson from Outreach, Amit Basak from Full Potential Solutions, Greet Prins from […]
On Wednesday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Moody Radio Cleveland's Brian Dahlen joins us to share a little about his journey with The Grandfather Effect. The Grandfather Effect is a gripping new storytelling podcast that follows Dahlen’s family and their rocky road from relational brokenness to reconciliation. The seven-episode series takes you on an emotional journey into their secrets, faith, sins, and attempts at forgiveness.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Scott Stornetta is a Grandfather, Teacher, Investor and scientific researcher – and an invention he did 30 years ago totally revolutionizes the world of tech today. In 1991, he and Stuart Haber, published the whitepaper "How to Time-Stamp a Digital Document”. This paper, in fact, could be described as the invention of blockchain. In 1992 this paper won the Discover Award for Computer Software; it's considered to be one of the most important papers in the development of cryptocurrencies as we know it today.Tune into this fascinating conversation as we explore inventing blockchain by proving its impossibility, the current state of trust and blockchain's role in fixing it, stakeholders in mass adoption of timestamps and Web3 – and Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) and how to get there.For full show notes visit https://thetrustedweb.org/podcast/.
On this episode, Travis looks ahead to the first game in the Professional Box Lacrosse Associations history on Thursday night between the Jim Thorpe All-Americans and Syracuse Spark. He's joined by Jim Thorpe's grandson, John, to discuss how he felt about the PBLA naming a team after his grandfather. Then, Rutgers coach Brian Brecht joins "Lacrosse Now" (7:44). He talks about what the offseason has been like coming off the program's first run to Championship Weekend, and the team's expectations for 2023. Virginia offensive star Payton Cormier also joins the show to look ahead to the spring (20:17). He shares what it's like playing alongside so much talent on offense, and what the team learned from the losses to Maryland last year.
Do you want to discover your greatest potential?In this episode of the Happy Hustle Podcast, I have Dr. Kristin Comella, a world-renowned expert on regenerative medicine with a focus on adipose (fat) derived stem cells. We talk about regenerative medicine, reversing chronic disease, and human betterment. Dr. Kristin was named number 24 on Terrapin's list of the Top 50 Global Stem Cell Influencers and number 1 on the Academy of Regenerative Practices list of Top 10 Stem Cell Innovators. Most recently, Dr. Comella made the list of Top 50 Functional and Integrative Medical Doctors/Scientists in the country by DrAxe.com, one of the most visited natural health websites in the world. She has more than a dozen peer-reviewed publications indexed on Pubmed in the field of regenerative medicine.She has an extensive background in the study and implementation of biohacking and stem cell therapy. With an engineering background focusing on the mechanics and systems of the body in order to achieve optimal health, her more than 20+ years experience has given her notable training with experts in the stem cell arena. Her graduate studies and coursework at Ohio State University provided her the opportunity to work with Dr. Jeffery Chalmers to focus on the use of nano-particle magnets to isolate/separate cells. She then delved more deeply into stem cell research at Osiris Therapeutics — a small start-up in Maryland — co-founded by the ‘father of Mesenchymal Stem Cells,' Dr. Arnie Caplan. Following her work at Osiris, Dr. Comella was offered the opportunity to work with Dr. Darwin Prockop, the Grandfather of cellular therapy research on mesenchymal progenitors, at Tulane University.For a limited time, Dr. Kristin is offering a free red light treatment just for the Happy Hustlers, you can sign up here at https://infiniteimpacthealth.com/contact/
“I made sure that I surrounded myself with the right people - who are motivated, who are driven, who are trying to better themselves.”In this episode, we acknowledge that life is constantly changing. There will always be ups and downs - but the important thing is how we choose to navigate them.My guest speaks from experience, making this conversation relatable, rich, and genuine. The message this week is beyond leadership skills - we talk about values that are very important not just for a leader, but for every human being on the planet.We talk a lot about forgiveness, too - forgiving others, but more importantly, forgiving yourself. My guest effortlessly relates these topics into practical tips that you can apply to yourself, to your life, your business, career, or your craft today. I'm excited for you to meet him…**Free for Leaders Lab Listeners: Starting January 1st, Tommy Rosen will be leading a live, one-hour morning spiritual practice every day at 6:00 am PT for the entire month of January. Sadhana is a morning spiritual practice aimed at helping you reconnect to your true self so that you can set your day up for success. To register and for more info: r20.com/WakeUp2023ABOUT OUR GUESTJustin Schenck is an entrepreneur, speaker and the host of the top rated podcast the Growth Now Movement. He has been named a Top 8 Podcaster to follow by INC Magazine, featured in Thrive Global and chosen as an ‘Icon of Influence' in the new media space. Justin's podcast has grown to become a podcast that is currently getting played in over 100 countries every single week and he has gone on to help countless people grow their brands and business through podcasting. He is also the host and creator of one of the go to events for entrepreneurs and forward thinkers; Growth Now Summit LIVE! https://www.growthnowsummit.com/ABOUT OUR HOSTKen Eslick is an Entrepreneur, Author, Podcaster, Tony Robbins Trainer, Life Coach, Husband of 35+ Years, and Grandfather. Ken currently spends his time as the President & Founder of The Leaders Lab where he and his team focus on Senior Leadership Acquisition. They get founders the next level C-Suite Leaders they need to go from being an Inc. Magazine 5000 fastest growing company to $100,000,000 + in revenue. You can learn more about Ken and his team at: theleaderslab.coListen to more episodes on Mission Matters:https://missionmatters.com/author/ken-eslick/
Sales and Cigars Episode 83 Daniel Hooberry, “Gentleman's Cigars” A Cigar World special This week Walter sits down with Daniel Hooberry. Daniel bought a trolley streetcar in Nashville and converted it into a smoking lounge. He only sells boutique cigars, or you can BYOB. Daniel takes us through the process of what it took to build his cigar sanctuary and gives us a look inside. Daniel has an interesting story and dresses straight out of a Victorian painting. He wears a top hat and ascot and he also has one of the best mustaches you will ever see. If you love cigars or just love a great story this will be an episode you will listen to again and again. Grab a cigar, grab a cocktail and strap in for another fun episode of Sales and Cigars. Who is Daniel Hooberry: DANIEL HOOBERRY AKA DANIEL DARK Daniel Dark, a native of Nashville, Tennessee, grew up with homicide every day. Having a homicide detective as a father, he was able to learn about those that were brought to justice, and the ones that were not. Grandfather's hours in Central police headquarters and in his grandfather's hematology lab gave Daniel an unusual childhood and a love for science. Along with this, his great uncle owned the oldest bookstore in Nashville. His parents took him there regularly, where developed a love of reading and found out about history. Daniel went on to become an Electrical Engineer and Industrial Maintenance Manager till NAFTA took away his job. A year later he went to culinary school and studied Victorian cooking, after which he opened a Victorian-style restaurant. He became a heart attack and stroke survivor at fifty years old. where he used writing to rehabilitate his brain. The first book written by Daniel was on Victorian Catsup. which had over two hundred catsup recipes in it from the late 1700's to 1910. with over sixty assorted flavors. Daniel used the book to start his 1876 Catsup company as Mr. Catsup Connect with Daniel Hooberry: Gentlemenscigars1@gmail.com Instagram: Gentlemens_Cigars Get your copy of Walter Crosbys new Book: “The 7 Critical Mistakes CEOs Make With Their Sales Organization That Stop The Company From Scaling” https://www.amazon.com/Critical-Mistakes-Their-Sales-Organization/dp/B0BLFYMGS6 Connect with Walter Crosby: https://www.linkedin.com/in/walterlcrosby/ https://calendly.com/walter-helix/15-minute-virtual-cup-of-coffee https://helixsalesdevelopment.com/ https://helixsalesdevelopment.com/podcast/ walter@HelixSalesDevelopment.com
I have been thinking a lot about my grandfather over these last days, I'm sure it's because we are heading in Christmas. It reminded me of how we need to be with ourselves. Click Here to see how happy you are. If you like this podcast, we would love you to give a review. Here is how you do it.
On this episode of "The Federalist Radio Hour," Spencer Brown, managing editor at Townhall, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to share the touching story of his grandfather Leonard A. Schreiber, who grew up with his eight siblings on a farm in rural Minnesota, deployed to fight in the Korean War five days after his wedding, and spent the rest of his long life investing in his community.
In this episode, I talk with Brian O'Connell, a retired Warden with the Missouri Department of Corrections. Growing up with two Grandfathers who worked for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, he knew he wanted to work in Corrections early on. We talk about some BOP and family history, his career path to Warden in the Missouri Department of Corrections, and why he thinks there is room for compassion in Corrections.You can e-mail Brian here firstname.lastname@example.orgLearn more about Social Profit CorrectionsEchoes of Mercy: Springfield Federal Medical Center by Randy Greer PepperBall The PepperBall system is the best non-lethal option for Use of Force or Crowd Control.Support the show
Salvatore Bonanno is the grandson of Joe Bonanno, the founder of New York's Bonanno Crime Family, one of the original five Bosses of New York's Five Families –– and one of the most famous mobsters to ever live. ***TIMESTAMPS*** 0:00 - Growing up during Banana War in NY; Joe Bonanno Parallels with The Godfather 10:25 - Joe Bonanno's childhood in Sicily 24:27 - Working for Salvatore Maranzano; Prohibition 32:52 - The Castellammarese War; Forming the Commission 48:49 - Bonanno's view on non-Italians in business 56:24 - Mafia helps US win WWII; Apalachin Conference; First Mafia hearings in DC 1:06:01 - JFK, his assassination & the Mob 1:16:37 - The end of Pax Bonanno; Crazy Joe Gallo 1:25:57 - Abduction of Joe Bonanno; Salvatore's dad Bill's almost-assassination 1:32:44 - Salvatore's mom's mafia lineage in the Profaci family; When Salvatore realized he was a Bonanno 1:40:14 - Narcotics & The Mafia; Joe's legitimate businesses 1:51:05 - The controversy around Bonanno's book “A Man of Honor”; The Commission Trial 2:02:33 - Donnie Brasco; Bill Bonanno's book with Joe Pistone 2:08:36 - Jules Bonavolonta & the FBI; The Russian Mafia; Hollywood Producers 2:17:00 - Michael Franzese vs The Bonannos 2:22:34 - Family's opinion on The Godfather; The Making of the Godfather 2:29:06 - The Bonanno's return to Sicily 2:32:16 - The Sopranos mafia accuracy; Salvatore's connects to the mob today Intro Credits: “Boardwalk Empire” (HBO) “1899” (Netflix) “Peaky Blinders” (Neflix / BBC) “The Godfather” (1972) ~ Get $150 Off The Eight Sleep Pod Pro Mattress / Mattress Cover (USING CODE: “TRENDIFIER”): https://eight-sleep.ioym.net/trendifier Julian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianddorey ~ Music via Artlist.io
Bart and John respond to a question from a listener who, despite knowing her grandfather was going to die, missed his final moments and feels deep regret about it. Bart suggests she look at it as a gift from her grandfather which could serve her well for a lifetime: and a valuable reminder to all of us about the virtue of being present.
Angela Findlay was determined to find out if her grandfather, Karl von Graffen, was a Nazi and what he did on the Eastern front. An artist and speaker, Angela spent her youth feeling a constant sense of guilt and shame but couldn't figure out why. It wasn't until her 40s that she turned to her German roots and discovered that she was enmeshed in the horrors of Nazi Germany and the Second World War.She knew her German grandfather had been a Wehrmacht general in the Second World War but never really understand what that meant. She set out on a research mission to find out what her grandfather had been involved in and what he'd known. Her journey took her across Russia to the swamps of the Volkhov Front where he'd fought in Operation Barbarossa in Hitler's war of annihilation.Produced by Mariana Des Forges and edited by Dougal PatmoreIf you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe to History Hit today!Download History Hit app from the Google Play store.Download History Hit app from the Apple Store. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
OUTLINE of today's show with TIMECODESNDAA has good and bad news about the vaccine mandate for the military2:05Did the 8,000 discharged from the military disobey a lawful order?14:02The worst ideas and crony protection never die. They get sneaked into unrelated bills by people like Amy Klobuchar19:59New Zealand refuses to let unvaccinated volunteers donate blood to a baby that needs heart surgery. Court gives legal guardianship to surgeon who refuses to accommodate the parents request21:15Medicine has become completely and criminally politicized28:12Duke refuses transplant to child suffering from genetic disease unless she gets Trump's GCI (Genetic Code Injection)33:09Now mainstream media changes and tells us China faces a winter wave of deaths if Xi backs down to protesters and eases up on "lifesaving lockdowns"43:47Mixed signals from Virginia GOP — they say pandemic fines are going to be removed, but they're still raiding businesses50:27What's happening with driverless cars in Vegas.55:36Apple's Titan program in limbo as executives reconcile the vision with the fact that current technology simply isn't advanced enough to pull it1:03:15The fatal error for self-driving, electric vehicles1:06:54INTERVIEW Engineer Lays Out the Tech Created for YOUR SlaveryAman Jabbi, a career spanning over 25 years at the forefront of video and camera tech in Silicon Valley and entrepreneur co-founding 2 camera startups. Aman warns the slave technology is already in place, but we can still organize and fight at the local level1:09:41How did Gates & other globalist impose the AADhaar system in India.1:10:06What will life be like in their planned "Smart Cities"1:20:19How do you fight these things at the local level?1:25:03The imprisonment1:29:45The Public/Private Partnership and federal infrastructure funding1:35:50Would a state bank help to defend against CBDC? A look at the only state bank — BND, Bank of North Dakota1:41:29The Federal Reserve's CLIMATE proposal is similar to one from FDIC, and one from the Department of Treasury and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).1:47:31Central banks buying more gold at the highest level since 1974.1:54:56Cryptocurrency and SBF's FTX fraud as a psychological rollout.1:58:23How the State Bank of North Dakota works.2:06:35Rats on a stick in New York.2:12:34NBC pushes a conspiracy theory and blames opponents of Drag Queen performance for NC power outage 2:20:11Kirk Cameron banned reading his Christian book to children in ALL 50 libraries he asked.2:26:06Graduate talks about how an elite college brainwashed her and her mother had to hire a "cult de-programmer" to undo the "college education"2:36:41“I can't quiet my mind.” Grandfather of child abducted and killed talks of his struggle with hate and forgiveness2:49:19Why are we not shocked about Elon Musk's monkey experiments?2:54:50If you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at: $davidknightshowBTC to: bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver