A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - Pope Francis is being treated with antibiotics intravenously and has postponed some of his meetings this week as he recovers from a “mild flu,” according to the Vatican. Francis, who turns 87 next month, spent much of the past decade as pope in relatively good health but has dealt with several painful medical conditions over the last few years. To view a timeline charting Pope Francis' recent health concerns, visit catholic news agency dot com. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/251307/pope-francis-health-heres-a-timeline Father Hans-Joachim Lohre, a member of the Society of the Missionaries of Africa (also known as the White Fathers) who was reportedly kidnapped in Bamako, the capital of Mali, has been set free. According to Agenzia Fides, the information service of the Pontifical Mission Societies, the German priest was released on Sunday, November 26. After being released and handed over to the Malian authorities following a negotiation that was reportedly done directly by the German government, Lohre was said to have been “flown to Germany overnight on a special flight.” Lohre was taken away as he was preparing to celebrate Mass in a church in the capital city of the West African nation. His car was found abandoned and the cross he always carried with him was on the ground near the car. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/256111/german-missionary-priest-released-a-year-after-being-abducted-in-mali Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has condemned the vandalism of a pro-life organization's headquarters in Rome perpetrated during a protest to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Demonstrators threw smoke bombs, smashed windows, and spray-painted pro-abotion graffiti on the “Pro Vita & Famiglia” association's main office in Rome on Saturday night despite the presence of Italian police at the protest. The vandalism occurred as thousands took to the streets in Italy's capital for a march protesting violence against women. Pro Vita & Famiglia (“Pro-Life and Family”) is an Italian nonprofit organization that helps organize Italy's annual March for Life. The association's headquarters were also vandalized during Rome's LGBTQ Pride parade in June. The pro-life association said November 26 that an incendiary weapon was also found inside the office near the broken windows, which according to the initial findings of the police could have been an unexploded Molotov cocktail or a similar weapon. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/256110/giorgia-meloni-condemns-vandalism-of-pro-life-center-in-rome Today, the Church celebrates Saint Catherine Labouré, the humble member of the Daughters of Charity to whom Mary appeared, requesting that the Miraculous Medal be stamped so that all who wear it would receive great graces. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-catherine-laboure-401 The Church also celebrates Saint James of the Marches, a Franciscan priest in the 15th century who was known as an eloquent preacher. According to legend, he brought 50,000 heretics into the Church and led 200,000 nonbelievers to baptism. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-james-of-the-marches-67
Show notes Police in Montreal are redeploying their squad cars in different locations this week in an effort to better protect the city's Jewish community. The move comes a week after bullets were fired through the doors of two Jewish schools; Molotov cocktails were thrown at a synagogue and a Jewish office; and three people were injured in a fracas over the Israel-Hamas war at Concordia University. Despite all this, however, there have been no reports of anyone being charged in Montreal over antisemitism. Local Jewish community leaders point to the incitement actually starting on Oct. 28, after a high-profile Muslim clergyman exhorted a large crowd of pro-Palestinian protestors to “exterminate Zionist aggressors”. Canada, of course, does have hate speech laws under the Criminal Code—but, historically, it's been difficult to convict people with these provisions. And even when that does happen, the accused often appeal their sentences for years through the legal system. So how should Canadian police and provincial Crown prosecutors get control of people now targeting Canada's Jewish community? Legal expert Mark Freiman thinks police could be doing a lot more, but hopes what the Calgary police department has done—charging someone for simply “disturbing the peace”—might just work for other law enforcement units across Canada. Freiman joins The CJN Daily‘s host Ellin Bessner to discuss whether Canadian police could do more to act upon this recent wave of hate-filled acts. What we talked about How Calgary police charged two men with crimes related to hatred against Jews in connection with the Israel-Hamas conflict, in The CJN Why Toronto's police have quadrupled the size of their hate-crimes squad, in The CJN A security expert opines on Canadian Jews' safety on The CJN Daily Credits The CJN Daily is written and hosted by Ellin Bessner (@ebessner on Twitter). Zachary Kauffman is the producer. Michael Fraiman is the executive producer. Our theme music is by Dov Beck-Levine. Our title sponsor is Metropia. We're a member of The CJN Podcast Network. To subscribe to this podcast, please watch this video. Donate to The CJN and receive a charitable tax receipt by clicking here.
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The European Commission recently released a statement which said “We have seen a resurgence of antisemitic incidents and rhetoric in the European Union and worldwide: Molotov cocktails thrown on a synagogue in Germany, stars of David sprayed on residential buildings in France, a Jewish cemetery desecrated in Austria, Jewish stores and synagogues attacked in Spain, demonstrators chanting hate slogans against Jews.” In other words, 2023 has become 1933 once again. Achtung, Juden! On this episode of the NTEB Prophecy News Podcast, the world is rapidly choosing sides, and even though multiple ‘wars and rumours of war' are raging right now, the ‘big one' is heading for us like the End Times Express that it is. In the midst of it all, hatred of the Jews is expanding and multiplying at a rate not seen since Nazi Germany, and this time it's not isolated to a single nation, it's global. To date, over 10,000 Palestinians have died in the Israel-Hamas War, with an easy 10,000 more expected to follow suit. Gaza itself has been surrounded and divided by the IDF, as they seek to eradicate Hamas. The event that everyone tried to put off for as long as possible has busted through and is now presenting itself to the entire world. Where does all this end? Join us today on the Podcast as we open our King James Bibles to answer that question.
Jason Isaacson, AJC's Chief Policy and Political Affairs Officer, joins us to break down U.S. President Joe Biden's historic wartime visit to Israel and his message to Iran and its terror proxies Hamas and Hezbollah. Jason also shares his take on the fast-moving situation, including the fallout from the explosion at the Gaza hospital, the announcement of humanitarian aid to Gaza, and the growing antisemitic attacks in the Middle East and Europe. *The views and opinions expressed by guests do not necessarily reflect the views or position of AJC. Episode Lineup: (0:40) Jason Isaacson Show Notes: Listen – People of the Pod on the Israel-Hamas War: Mai Gutman Was Supposed to Be at the Music Festival: IDF Lone Soldier Recounts Harrowing Week Responding to Hamas Terror: IsraAID CEO on How You Can Help Israelis Right Now Learn: What Everyone Needs to Know About Hamas' Lie About a Rocket Strike on a Gaza Hospital AJC.org/AttackonIsrael Donate: AJC.org/SupportIsrael Follow People of the Pod on your favorite podcast app, and learn more at AJC.org/PeopleofthePod You can reach us at: firstname.lastname@example.org If you've appreciated this episode, please be sure to tell your friends, and rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. Transcript of Interview with Jason Isaacson: President Joe Biden: October 7th, which was a sacred Jewish holiday, became the deadliest day for the Jewish people since the Holocaust. It has brought to the surface painful memories and scars left by a millennia of antisemitism and the genocide of the Jewish people. The world watched then, it knew, and the world did nothing. We will not stand by and do nothing again. Not today, not tomorrow, not ever. To those who are living in limbo waiting desperately to learn the fate of a loved one, especially to families of the hostages: You're not alone. Manya Brachear Pashman: On October 18th, 2023, President Joe Biden became the first American President to visit Israel during wartime, demonstrating his unequivocal support for the Israeli government. Here to talk about President Biden's visit is Jason Isaacson, AJC's chief policy and political affairs officer, joining us from Berlin where he's witnessed some of the European response to the crisis. Jason, welcome back to People of the Pod. Jason Isaacson: Thank you, Manya. Manya Brachear Pashman: I am always shocked when the President goes to a war zone like he did go to Ukraine in February, or in this case, Israel. What did President Biden's visit signal about his support for Israel during this time? Jason Isaacson: This is a president who has long identified himself as a strong supporter of Israel, who has spoken again and again, throughout his political career, from the time that he was a young man serving in the US Senate, of his support for, his identification with Israel. But to hear him speak, as he spoke on Wednesday, in Tel Aviv, after meeting with the Israeli war cabinet that Prime Minister Netanyahu assembled, after other meetings that took place as well, to hear him speak with such passion, such conviction about the priority for the United States, of standing by Israel, of identifying with the struggle that Israel now faces against Hamas terror. To hear him talk about “the nations of conscience,” as he referred to the US and Israel together. The struggle that the Jewish people have had over the centuries, the fight against antisemitism, his references to the Holocaust. All of that, and to say that the United States was standing by Israel, in the fullest possible way, the deployment of an aircraft carrier battle group to the eastern Mediterranean. Another aircraft carrier battle group, steaming to the eastern Mediterranean as well to provide additional support. The package of additional military assistance. He described it as an unprecedented package of military assistance that he is asking Congress to approve, to help Israel through this difficult time. All of these statements and his just physical presence in Israel, in the midst of war, spoke volumes of the support that the United States has for Israel. And he also spoke frankly, about the tragedy that occurred the night before he arrived, at a hospital in Gaza. And the fact that all the indications are that this was caused by the fire of Palestinian Islamic Jihad, the rocket that misfired. It wasn't, as so much of the media and so much of the region, frankly, has alleged that it was somehow the work of Israel. Very clearly from the evidence that has been accumulated by U.S. surveillance and other means of data collection. This was something that was a misfire from the Palestinian side. All of that, packaged into a single presentation by the president at the old American Embassy in Tel Aviv, just spoke volumes of the support that the United States has for Israel, that the US is standing by Israel in this very difficult time. Manya Brachear Pashman: Let's talk about people who immediately assumed that it was an Israeli airstrike that caused that explosion at that hospital. Many did jump on board with that argument, including Jordan and Egypt. And those are countries with whom Israel has had peace agreements for quite some time, but they seem to embrace that story right away. What is going on with the the Arab nations? What has their response been to this violence? Jason Isaacson: It's profoundly disappointing. Lies have velocity and in the age of social media, enormous power, and circulation that really just can't be turned back without a huge effort to introduce the truth into the narrative. The lies that have been told about Israel for decades, have saturated the region and frankly, the world, and a lot of the international media as well, quite regrettably. Even in our own country. So it's easy to believe that if you've been told for decades, that Israel is a colonizer, Israel is an oppressor, Israel is heartless in its treatment of its Palestinian neighbors, then you see pictures of people carrying wounded people or bodies strewn about a courtyard in Gaza, knowing that Israel is attacking Gaza, because it's trying to root out the Hamas terrorists have attacked Israel just a few days before. It's easy to believe if you've got that background, and you've been hearing this and been raised on this kind of media saturation, that Israel is to blame. And it is only later that the facts come out, that the imagery that we have been now seeing on social media from a few sources, highly credible sources, what the United States government has now found through its own quite formidable means of data collection, that that this was not Israel, targeting a hospital or firing on a hospital. It was a Palestinian rocket that fell on this hospital while they were sending a barrage of rockets into Israel. There have been hundreds of Palestinian rockets and missiles that have fallen in Gaza and have killed Palestinians. This was the latest incident. It's horrible. The people of Gaza are suffering. The Palestinians are suffering because of the rule of Hamas. And the more that the region talks about that openly–instead of talking about it privately. AJC knows from our many years, including recently, of traveling across the Arab world and speaking to Arab leaders who know better, know the reality: that Israel is fighting ruthless terrorists, funded by, supported by, armed by Iran. And waging this war that is really their war, against these kinds of extremists who are hijacking a great faith and fighting in the name of a great faith when they are actually doing everything they possibly can to damage the reputation of and the standing and the principles of a great faith. And Israel is fighting this fight not only for itself and for its people, but frankly, for the possibility of peace and stability and prosperity in that region. I'm hopeful that at some point, it will be possible for the leaders of that region to step forward and say publicly what they have said so many times privately that they know that Israel's struggle is their struggle. And there have been a few assertions of this, I have to point out, in the last week and a half, there have been some statements that have identified by name, Hamas. I was struck by a statement made by the UAE ambassador to the UN. Statements that were issued on Twitter, by the Kingdom of Bahrain and by the United Arab Emirates a few days after the October 7 atrocities in Israel. But so many of the statements that we've seen in the last week, have been profoundly disappointing and hypocritical. Manya Brachear Pashman: You mentioned the actual threat of Iran to Arab nations. I'm curious what message Biden's visit sends to Iran and its terror proxies on the border with Lebanon? Jason Isaacson: Well, I very much hope that having the USS Gerald R. Ford in the eastern Mediterranean, the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower on its way as well. There was also, I believe, a fighter squadron that was being repositioned to the region. There are enormous military assets that were already in the region. But the US has made it very clear, President Biden, Secretary Blinken and Secretary Austin, in their visits to the region as well, have made it very clear that the US is telling the region as President Biden said, again and again, you know, my message to the region is: don't. Don't even think about the possibility of adding to this fight against Israel of joining this fight against Israel. The US will step forward. Whether the US will not only provide additional military hardware, as the President has offered, and there of course are many friends in Congress who are stepping forward right now to provide for that as well. But the US could also enter this fight, depending on the circumstance, on the possibility of a widening of the war. Should Iran make the tragic blunder of deciding to somehow enter into this fight in a more direct way, there would be a powerful response. I think the President has made that quite clear. Manya Brachear Pashman: Do you think Biden's visit will deter Hezbollah? Or are Iran and Hezbollah one in the same? Jason Isaacson: Closely connected, maybe not exactly one of the same, but clearly, Iran would like to see Hezbollah take a more, it appears, take a more aggressive posture. There have been some incursions that have been conducted by Hezbollah, or by people from the Hezbollah controlled territory of southern Lebanon into northern Israel, there have been the firings of certain missiles and mortars. Some of them are not the full scale kind of attack that Israel would need to respond to forcefully and that and that would actually represent a second front that hasn't happened. As of the time that you and I are speaking, let's hope that that doesn't happen. Let's hope that the messages that have been sent by the President, clearly messages sent by Israel, that it is prepared for any fight and will not allow its citizens of the North and the country as a whole to be invaded by by Hezbollah, it will resist powerfully and it will punish any incursion, any attack in a way that Israel has had to do in the past–at great cost. But Israel will defend itself, Israel will stand strong. And the United States will have its back as the President has said repeatedly and demonstrated by his latest visit, and the announcement that he made when he was in Israel this week. Manya Brachear Pashman: You know speaking of Iran, I want to go back to that, they have called for an oil embargo on Israel, how likely is that to happen? Jason Isaacson: I'd say pretty unlikely. I think that Iran's threats are hollow, and will be met by the oil suppliers from not only the region but from elsewhere, including Europe, including Azerbaijan. There are energy supplies that Israel produces, as you know, on its own through an abundant supply of natural gas in the Eastern Mediterranean. I'm not concerned about a cut off of energy to Israel. Manya Brachear Pashman: In Tel Aviv, President Biden announced that humanitarian aid – food, water, medical supplies – would start to flow to Gaza from Egypt. Prime Minister Netanyahu then added that Israel would prevent any aid from reaching Hamas. Why this turn of events, Jason? Jason Isaacson: My assumption is, in the early days of the fight against Hamas, there was a sense that by putting pressure on Gaza as a whole, Hamas could be induced to release the hostages, some 200 hostages that it is holding, that the Palestinian people would put pressure on Hamas, to do so, to save themselves. I believe that there was also a concern that providing anything, allowing anything to flow into Gaza, would provide the wherewithal for Hamas to continue to build the rockets and missiles and make other preparations, build out its infrastructure, and fuel its fight against Israel. So I think the idea was, as in many war situations, you know, cut them off, then move in and try to surgically, as surgically as possible, take out the leadership and, and dismantle the infrastructure of terror. But as the situation evolves, and as it's clear that the Palestinians are, are suffering from a lack of, of food or water power, I think the thinking has shifted with, with the United States and other countries offering to provide additional assistance. I think it's very clear that Israel feels also that their intention is not to harm the Palestinian people, their intention is to eliminate Hamas. Manya Brachear Pashman: So, Jason, I am speaking to you, actually, you are in Berlin right now. Can you tell me a little bit, tell our listeners a little bit about what you're hearing, what you're seeing there on that side of the ocean. Jason Isaacson: Of course, Manya. Before I came to Berlin, I was in Paris, briefly as well. And I know the Jewish communities in Paris and Berlin, elsewhere in Europe, are on edge. There have been large street demonstrations in London and Brussels, in Paris and elsewhere. There was a firebombing the night before you and I are having this conversation at a synagogue in Berlin. There was a teacher who was stabbed to death outside of Paris, a couple of days ago. There were two people who were shot to death in Brussels, as well. There have been other acts of violence. Also within a day of our conversation, Manya, there was a firebombing of a synagogue in Tunisia, which has a small Jewish community that's been, in that country for 2000 years. So there are Jewish communities that are feeling the fallout, the impact of the propaganda that has raced across the world, about Israel being responsible for the suffering of Palestinians. And supporters of the Palestinian cause have come to the streets. And some of them have come to the streets with knives and Molotov cocktails, and have expressed their anger, and targets have been Jews, not just Israelis. And this is dangerous, and it needs to be confronted, extremely directly and forcefully as it has been, for the most part, I would say, by police authorities, by federal authorities as well across Europe. AJC is very concerned about the well-being of Jewish communities in the diaspora as a result of what's happening in Israel and Gaza. We were seeing in the first hours and days of the attacks of October 7, expressions of sympathy from across the planet, striking expressions, powerful expressions. I will not forget the statements by Prime Minister Modi, for instance of India, the most populous nation on earth, expressing solidarity with Israel. But then in the days following that, really attention has shifted entirely, the narratives have changed. And now, what we're seeing more, are demonstrations in the street. There were demonstrations in the streets of solidarity with Israel in the first day or two, including here in Berlin. But, now we're seeing a very different and a very ugly, and a completely misplaced set of priorities and angers and prejudices against Jewish communities. So we need to do what we can, working with Jewish communities, with governments to provide protection to Jewish communities that are vulnerable. And we need to hear expressions of support, solidarity, and truth from governments around the world: what really is happening, what the threats really are, and standing by Jewish communities as we stand by the State of Israel as it recovers from the trauma of October 7. Manya Brachear Pashman: Thank you so much Jason, for joining us. Jason Isaacson: Thank you. Always a pleasure, Manya. Take care. Manya Brachear Pashman: If you missed last week's episodes – listen to: Yotam Polizer, the CEO of IsraAID, on how Israel's leading international humanitarian organization is responding to the immediate and long-term needs on the ground. And Mai Gutman, a 28 year old graduate student and member of AJC's Campus Global Board, who planned to join her friends at the Supernova music festival near Israel's border with Gaza on Saturday, October 7. But when relatives came to visit, she decided to celebrate Shabbat and Simchat Torah in Jerusalem instead—a change of plans that saved her life.
Hour 3 - Good Wednesday morning! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders is driving the media nuts... Because her office bought a podium. “In terms of specific features, the height of the podium is specific, I don't know if you've noticed, but women are traditionally a little bit shorter than most of our male counterparts, and uh, so that makes a little bit of a difference, but it also incorporates sound components that make it easier to plug in for multiple media outlets at one time to get the best sound quality, I guess, for relaying back to TV and purposes of that nature, and a number of other things I'll let come through in the audit process.” Hundreds of Lebanese protesters, including some waving Palestinian flags, are currently swarming the US embassy in Beirut. Gov. DeSantis is taking action... The Florida Division of Emergency Management has deployed two cargo planes with 85 pallets of donated supplies to Israel. Assailants threw two Molotov cocktails early Wednesday at a synagogue in the center of the German capital of Berlin. Iran's foreign minister posted an ominous tweet on Wednesday that said time is "running out" for Israel.
Comenzó a usarse como técnica de resistencia durante la guerra civil española, pero se le bautizó algunos años más tarde como un insulto a una severa autoridad de la II Guerra Mundial. En este episodio, Andrés Kalawski y Paula Molina repasan la historia del cóctel Molotov.
O Coquetel Molotov, que completa 20 anos em 2023, foi dos festivais pioneiros em equilibrar música independente com os gigantes da música brasileira, formato que hoje é quase regra. Ana Garcia, sua fundadora, conta pra gente a história do festival neste episódio, num papo especialíssimo.
On this week's show:Happy Confucius Day We're number one in underage drinkingMiro will not seek re-electionKinky Summer Soirée Awoke to GunfireMacKenzie Scott Donates $20 Million to Champlain Housing TrustOutdoor Gear Exchange to open in Essex ExperienceState to continue sending incarcerated individuals to Mississippi Pipe Dream? What to do with energy plant?New Vermont VillageNEK is struggling to find driver's ed folks(59:56) Break music: Rivan - “Paper Tabs”https://rivan.bandcamp.com/track/paper-tabs Lyndonville covered bridge hit two times in one dayDespite $2.5M investment, dental therapy program has not yet materialized at Vermont Hey Bub, Citizen Cider's New Light Beer, Brews Trouble With StaffStowe Starbucks brews up controversyWilliston considers lifting backyard chicken banJudge allows challenge to horse farm search warrantTea shop opens in….Rutland?Gazebo project hits a snag in Rutland(1:44:54) Break music: Justin Levinson - “Madeline for the Win”https://justinlevinson1.bandcamp.com/album/collamer-circle Scumbag Map17-year-old with a BB gun2 captured in Enosburg Falls armed robbery (wcax.com)Double-shooting suspect pleads not guiltyVSP: Man who tried to light Molotov cocktail committed more crimesVT man with history of disturbances arrested againCafe RisqueDefendant accused of assaulting 8-year-old skips trial as jury waitsFormer president of Dorset library busted with embezzling Kayaker busted with 26 lbs of cocaineMeet Ellie May, therapy dog at BTV10 unhappiest states in the US revealedThanks for listening!Follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/VermontCatchup Follow Matt on twitter: @MatthewBorden4 Contact the show: email@example.comIntro/Outro Music by B-Complex
Wednesday night! We'll do a little grab bag, in which there are some details to attach to the latest legal Molotov cocktail that's been hurled at Donald Trump. Then we watch a clip of one of the more embarrassing media appearances Neil DeGrasse Tyson has made in recent years. Once that's all behind us, then I'd like to take calls on anything on the menu tonight, along with any leftover Stranger Stories from last night, and an American Warzone hotline for listeners who are living inside of any one of America's civil unrest hot zones. All capped off with a brand new in-house music video premiere. Watch the full episode here: https://rumble.com/v3ldlz7-neil-disgrace-tyson-american-warzones-extras-92723.html Support Our Proud Sponsors: Blue Monster Prep: An Online Superstore for Emergency Preparedness Gear (Storable Food, Water, Filters, Radios, MEDICAL SUPPLIES, and so much more). Use code 'FRANKLY' for Free Shipping on every purchase you make @ https://bluemonsterprep.com/ SUPPORT the Show and New Media: Sponsor through QFTV: https://www.quitefrankly.tv/sponsor SubscribeStar: https://www.subscribestar.com/quitefrankly One-Time Gift: http://www.paypal.me/QuiteFranklyLive Official QF Merch: https://bit.ly/3tOgRsV Sign up for the Free Mailing List: https://bit.ly/3frUdOj Send Crypto: BTC: 1EafWUDPHY6y6HQNBjZ4kLWzQJFnE5k9PK LTC: LRs6my7scMxpTD5j7i8WkgBgxpbjXABYXX ETH: 0x80cd26f708815003F11Bd99310a47069320641fC FULL Episodes On Demand: Spotify: https://spoti.fi/301gcES iTunes: http://apple.co/2dMURMq Amazon: https://amzn.to/3afgEXZ SoundCloud: http://bit.ly/2dTMD13 Google Play: https://bit.ly/2SMi1SF Stitcher: https://bit.ly/2tI5THI BitChute: https://bit.ly/2vNSMFq Rumble: https://bit.ly/31h2HUg Watch Live On: QuiteFrankly.tv (Powered by Foxhole) DLive: https://bit.ly/2In9ipw Rokfin: https://bit.ly/3rjrh4q Twitch: https://bit.ly/2TGAeB6 YouTube: https://bit.ly/2exPzj4 CloutHub: https://bit.ly/37uzr0o Theta: https://bit.ly/3v62oIw Rumble: https://bit.ly/31h2HUg How Else to Find Us: Official WebSite: http://www.QuiteFrankly.tv Official Forum: https://bit.ly/3SToJFJ Official Telegram: https://t.me/quitefranklytv GUILDED Hangout: https://bit.ly/3SmpV4G Twitter: @PoliticalOrgy Gab: @QuiteFrankly Truth Social: @QuiteFrankly GETTR: @QuiteFrankly
It's a week of prison worlds, revenge, and sexiness this week! Steroline gets a dose of enemies to lovers, along with another lovely Caroline singing performance, Molotov cocktails, and Stefan working hard to drag Caroline right down to his level. But his level is sexy, so we are ok with it. Alaric and Enzo attempt to slow them down, but Alaric gets busy standing on Enzo's neck. Enzo reacts by changing his Sarah Salvatore approach (mostly giving up). Meanwhile, Elena, Damon, Bonnie, and Kai head into the 1903 prison world. Elena and Damon bond with Damon's mom, who is more of a family person than they knew. Bonnie takes her chance to backstab Kai right back, but also has a complicated gift for Damon. With Lily out and Kai in, drama is afoot in both 1903 and the present. Remember to rate, review, and share, brothers! Follow us on Instagram @dopplegangerspodcast! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/doppelgangerspodcast/support
Legendary music producer Gustavo Santaolalla has crafted the soundtrack to Rock En Español, producing career-defining albums for Café Tacvba, Molotov, Juanes, and many more. He is one of only three composers to win consecutive Academy Awards for Best Original Score for Brokeback Mountain and Babel. In our wide-ranging conversation, Gustavo shares his philosophical views on art, humanity, the spiritual connection he finds in music, and the state of the creative industry today. We begin with how Gustavo's hard-knock life in 1960s Argentina led to an explosion of boundary-pushing creativity still felt in music today.Episode Key Quotes:"The album 'Arcoiris' is a blueprint of my career. In that album, you're going to find the music for the movies, the songs, the production tricks.""It's creativity, art, and music that moves you in any art. It's what keeps us sane.""In the next 20 years, we're going to have to make big decisions and big changes or this can go away, really."Highly Relevant PlaylistThe Last Of Us - Gustavo SantaolallaEres - Cafe TacvubaFrijolero - Molotov
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Photo: 1820 Petersburg No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1/2: #Russia: Stalin and Molotov signed the death sentence of Party member Solomon Levenson, June 10, 1938. Executed June 30, 1938. Dovid Margolin, Commentary, Senior Editor, Chabad.org. https://www.commentary.org/articles/dovid-margolin/soviet-jews-stalin-great-terror/
Photo: 1898 Moscow No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 2/2: #Russia: Stalin and Molotov signed the death sentence of Party member Solomon Levenson, June 10, 1938. Dovid Margolin, Commentary, Senior Editor, Chabad.org. https://www.commentary.org/articles/dovid-margolin/soviet-jews-stalin-great-terror/
On the surface the pact guaranteed that neither side would fight against the other in war. However a ‘secret protocol' also outlined how Eastern Europe would be divided between the two countries in the ...
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On Friday's Mark Levin Show, if Democrat groups like Antifa, Black Lives Matter, or Weather Underground try to overthrow the government, even violently, they are called peaceful protesters and the DOJ comes to their defense. If you're part of the Proud Boys or any pro-Trump group, you get the book thrown at you by Democrat prosecutors and face decades in prison. It is amazing how violent Marxists are treated by the media and federal prosecutors, especially when they attack Federal buildings with Molotov cocktails and attack the White House. Democrat Marxists are ruining the country with their ideology, turning beautiful cities into third world disasters and destroying our culture. Also, Vivek Ramaswamy is probably the best public speaker running for President in 2024, but with the thinnest credentials. Israel does stand on its own two feet, and not surviving on American aid which he claims. Israel is a very important ally in a very dangerous part of the world, and a counterweight to dangerous nations like Iran. We cannot embrace a Bernie Sanders-type foreign policy and expect to survive, because our enemies will choke us economically and force us into more wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's Watchman Newscast, host Erick Stakelbeck and Israel Defense Forces reserve Major Elliot Chodoff head to the Israeli town of Metulla, along the Israel/Lebanon border for an up-close look at the Hezbollah threat. An operative for the Iran-backed terror group threw a Molotov cocktail at the Israeli side of the border over the weekend, as a senior Hezbollah commander threatened to invade the Galilee. Between these incidents and Hezbollah's recent clash with Christians near Beirut, things are heating up to Israel's north. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
3 - Rich begins this Friday show discussing the much maligned Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin speaking out on his firing from his position due to pressure put on Ukrainian officials by Joe Biden over his investigation into Burisma. Joe threatened to withhold a billion dollars in aide to the country, despite him not having the power to do so, and the Ukrainian government chose to fire Shokin due to “corruption”, despite him having a record as clean as a whistle. 330 - We return to the Biden corruption scandal as the second part of the Tucker Carlson interview with Devon Archer and we listen to an interesting nugget from the sit down. We also get a report from our official in-house economist, E.J. Antoni. 340 - Where do GOP candidates stand against Trump? DeSantis still isn't looking good despite the third indictment. 350 - RFK Jr. is going after censorship claims. Will Trump be on the debate stage on August 23rd? 4 - We kick this second hour of with a smorgasbord of topics including audio, Kamala word salad, the mask police, Kevin McCarthy going after a reporter, as well as what this Trump indictment means for this country. 430 - Dr. Victoria Coates joins the program with her new official title! Rich discusses the issues in Kabul, where we may have a partnership with… The Taliban? They also discuss the uprising in Niger where we are losing valuable intelligence centers stationed there. But, there has been a PRC invasion into the Navy as two spies were caught relaying information back to China. How do we prevent leaks like these? Rich and Victoria share a love for a mutual friend. Next up, are Israel-US relations and how Biden has reversed course on all the progress made in the Israel-Palestine war, despite major losses from both sides. Has Dr. Coates seen Oppenheimer? What does she think about the Phillies? 5 - Drive @ 5 - Let's end the week on a high note with Dr. Wilfred Reilly. They start with his new piece in National Review, ‘Not Everyone Who Lived The Day Before Yesterday Was Evil'. He details how standards change over time and to assume everyone in the past is evil because you're judging them by our standards, instead of using historical context. Then they move to talking the changing curriculum in Florida, with the left calling it racist despite the teachings being completely factual according to historians and being used by every other state. These race stories are almost always revealed as a hoax, but the damage is already done by viewers who see it and internalize it. It's not like there aren't atrocities being committed today that will be judged harshly in the future, the difference being you don't know they are atrocities in the moment. Our morality is not that great, and it's time we stop acting like it is. What does Wilfred think about Barbie? They then move to the fuss over climate change. 540 - The gang discusses movies, reusing intellectual property, and suggestions on what to watch. 6 - The final hour kicks off with a birthday shoutout to Mama Zeoli! We then move to play some audio from Pelosi spewing nonsense, Biden's bad economy, Kamala's word salad, 620 - Lee Fang joins the show to discuss police reform and what studies have shown works for police and how Atlanta's police academy is trying to use those tactics, but protestors on the left have threatened the city with Molotov cocktails and incendiary devices. They don't want police violence, but they don't want police reform either, so what are they doing? They then move to the de-escalation tactics used in Newark, which reduced their police shootings to ZERO last year. But instead of using this as a victory for reform, the left turns a blind eye. 640 - The Great One gave his advice to Trump, and he actually accepted it! Rich then moves to the possible indictment over election fraud in Georgia. So you have a county prosecutor going after Trump for speaking with the state governor that he was short votes. 650 - Where do Republicans, including Christie, stand in polling?
NYC electronic act MIDNIGHTCHOIR release their second album, Loverboy Molotov, a follow-up to 2016's THE CROWN! As a follow-up to their last single release — "Molotov," shared alongside an accompanying music video (directed and edited by lead vocalist and songwriter Patrick Bobilin) and a B-Side cover of Bauhaus' "Bela Lugosi's Dead" — today, they share the LP's second single, "Lovecrimes," alongside a lyric video and B-Side cover of INXS' "Need You Tonight"Speaking on this new single, Bobilin wrote:"After 7 years of being in the public eye, the only times I felt I could be myself were at NYC dance bars like Pyramid Club or Saint Vitus. I started traveling to Austin, TX more often to visit a group of friends, free from the political infamy I'd become ensnared in. I recorded it quickly in one night, with the urgency of having to get out of town and shake loose of those tangles. 'Lovecrimes' was inspired by late nights in NYC and dancing at Barbarella in Austin, where they always play INXS on 80's Night. The cover of 'Need You Tonight' was also inspired by those late nights and features guitar from David Simutis who I met at an office job and who I learned was a seasoned indie rock vet, having engineered and played on some of the coolest records of the last 20 years."https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vN6AjxspeY
‘Novelas y política'. Nuevo especial de Patricia del Río dedicado a la política en la literatura, y cómo este interés de los seres humanos por abordar temas coyunturales que deciden el destino de su país y de la sociedad en la que se desenvuelven son recogidos por muchos autores y autoras en diversos formatos y géneros: libros, música, cine… Esta vez, conoceremos algo más de la trama de estos títulos imprescindibles: ‘La sinfonía de la libertad' (Antoni Batista); ‘El Gatopardo' (Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa); ‘Conversación en la Catedral', ‘La fiesta del chivo' (Mario Vargas Llosa); ‘El Sexto' (José María Arguedas), ‘Grandes miradas' (Alonso Cueto); ‘Abril rojo' (Santiago Roncagliolo); ‘La nueva novela Latinoamericana', ‘La silla del águila' (Carlos Fuentes); ‘El recurso del método' (Alejo Carpentier); ‘Yo el Supremo' (Augusto Roa Bastos); ‘El otoño del patriarca' (Gabriel García Márquez); ‘Corazones perdidos' (Celeste Ng); ‘Sumisión' ‘Aniquilación' (Michel Houellebecq). ‘Borgen', serie danesa que puede verse por la plataforma de Netflix. La invitada de la semana es la guionista y escritora argentina Ariana Harwickz, autora de ‘Mátame amor', ‘La débil mental', y ‘Precoz', libros que conforman la ‘Trilogía de la pasión'. Como lo señala Patricia durante la conversación, la escritura de Harwick es visceral, casi instintiva y al mismo tiempo cuidada y preciosa. Ella no planea lo que va a escribir va botando lo que la embarga. Sus libros los encuentran en la FIL Lima y en librerías. Finalmente, la música en este especial juega un papel importante, ya que los temas escogidos están también relacionados con contextos políticos en la historia de la humanidad: ‘Nabuco, Act III: Chorus of the hebrew slaves', ‘Va pensiero sull alí dorate', Giuseppe Verdi, London Philarmonic; Verdi: Aida, Act 2: Marcia trionfale', Giuseppe Verdi, Riccardo Muti, trumpeters of the Royal Military School, New Philarmonia Orchertra; ‘Aida: Act II: Gloria all'Egitto', Giuseppe Veri, Maria Dragoni, Kristjan Johansson, Barbara Dever, Marck Rucker; ‘Solo le pido a Dios', Mercedes Sosa y León Gieco; ‘Las torres', remix de Josh Gomez; ‘Mala madre', Tiaré Scanda; ‘Gimme tha power', Molotov; ‘Clandestino', Manu Chao; y ‘All apologies', Sinéad O'Connor. Letras en el tiempo, sábados y domingos a las 19:00 horas por RPP Noticias. Escúchanos también por rpp.pe, podcast del programa y en las diversas plataformas. Edición de audio: Andrés Rodríguez ||| Episodio 26 – Cuarta temporada 2023.
MDJ Script/ Top Stories for July29th Saturday Publish Date: July 28 Friday Commercial: Henssler :15 From the Henssler Financial Studio, Welcome to the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast Today is Saturday July 29th and happy 70th birthday to rock singer Geddy Lee ***Geddy Lee*** I'm Dan Radcliffe and here are the stories Cobb is talking about, presented by Credit of Georgia Man with suspected meth tries to burn down Austell McDonald's, police say Marietta man accused of shooting at his family And a Longtime Cobb police detective dies following 2-year battle with cancer All of this and more is coming up on the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast. Commercial : CU of GA STORY 1: meth Kelvin Moses, an Atlanta man, has been charged with attempted arson for allegedly trying to burn down a McDonald's in Cobb County. On July 15, at the McDonald's located at 4065 Austell Road in Austell, Moses refused to leave the bathroom after lighting various objects on fire. He reportedly threatened to burn down the establishment and attempted to carry out the threat by setting a roll of toilet paper on fire while customers and employees were present. During his arrest, a small baggie of suspected methamphetamine was found on him. Moses faces charges of simple battery, possession of methamphetamine, obstruction/hindering law enforcement, attempted arson, and criminal trespass. He is currently in custody with a bond set at $5,000.....................……... Read more about this at mdjonline.com Story 2: accused Adonis Reid, a 23-year-old Marietta man, has been charged with aggravated assault for allegedly shooting at his baby's mother, Tanayja Lacey, and his juvenile daughter on July 13. The incident occurred at 2751 Hammondton Road in Marietta, with Reid using a SCCY CPX-1 9mm firearm. He is facing two counts of aggravated assault with a weapon, one count of cruelty to children in the third degree, and two counts of reckless conduct. Reid was arrested on July 14 and is currently in custody at the Cobb County Adult Detention Center with no bond set. Story 3: dies Detective James Uzee, a 23-year veteran of the Cobb County Police Department, passed away on Wednesday after a two-year battle with cancer. Throughout his career, Uzee served in various roles within the department and left a lasting impression on his colleagues and the public. The department paid tribute to him on social media, praising him as a genuinely caring man who shared his goodness with everyone he worked with and served. Detective Uzee's dedication and compassion will be deeply missed by many. we'll be right back Break: ESOG – Elon – Dayco STORY 4: swat A domestic dispute in a Kennesaw neighborhood led to a SWAT standoff, resulting in the arrest of Joey Holcomb. The stepfather of Holcomb called 911 to report threats made by him at the residence. SWAT members responded after Holcomb barricaded himself in a trailer on the property. He was charged with simple assault, terroristic threats, obstruction of law enforcement, and possession of a destructive device. Holcomb had allegedly made a Molotov cocktail during the incident. This was the second SWAT standoff in Cobb County that week, with another incident involving a man threatening suicide in a Kennesaw home, leading to his death by self-inflicted gunshot. STORY 5: 6 flags An Atlanta man, Troy Bracy, was killed after being struck by an SUV driven by Gustavo Isidoro in Mableton near Six Flags and I-20. The incident occurred at 11:23 p.m. on Cityview Drive, where Bracy was walking in the eastbound lane when he was hit by the GMC Sierra SUV. Bracy was pronounced dead at the scene, and Isidoro, the driver, was not injured. Cobb police are conducting an active investigation and urge anyone with information to contact them at 770-499-3987. Story 6: 101 The Kennesaw City Manager's Office is offering the Kennesaw 101: Citizens Government Academy, an eight-week course starting on September 14. It is open to residents and workers within Kennesaw city limits, aged 18 or older. The course provides insight into the city's day-to-day operations, partnerships, and planning. Limited to 15 registrants, the academy offers hands-on learning activities, networking, and updates from city staff. The classes will be held at City Hall every Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. The program concludes with a graduation ceremony during the November 6 Mayor and Council meeting. The academy aims to empower citizens for future government-citizen interaction. We'll be back in a moment Break: Drake- Ingles 7- G.O.N. Story 7: smyrna During his State of the City address, Smyrna Mayor Derek Norton highlighted his efforts to revamp the downtown area and pledged to continue these initiatives if re-elected. The downtown redevelopment includes new greenspaces, a splash pad, a plaza, benches, and more. Norton also mentioned upcoming projects, including a brewery, Village Green Park, and a parking deck. He emphasized the economic impact of these developments and efforts to make Smyrna more energy-efficient and eco-friendly. While some residents remain skeptical about certain projects, Norton remains focused on the city's progress and potential for future growth and improvement. Story 8: speed The city of Marietta is considering adding three more red light cameras, bringing the total to seven, at various intersections to improve safety and reduce accidents. Additionally, the city is exploring the possibility of installing speed cameras in school zones to enhance safety for children and drivers during school hours. The proposal for speed cameras was previously discussed in 2021 and is now being reconsidered. The city aims to collaborate with Marietta City Schools to implement the cameras. The red light cameras have been effective in reducing accidents, with traffic studies indicating a significant decrease in crashes at intersections equipped with cameras. Story 9: tennis Hayden Mulberry, a rising senior at Walton High School, has been named the 2023 Cobb County Girls Tennis Player of the Year after winning her third state championship and maintaining an undefeated high school record. She went 21-0 in the past season and led the team as the No. 1 singles player. Mulberry's determination and backhand skills have earned her a commitment to Notre Dame. She aims to complete the quadruple and leave a legacy among Walton's greats in her final season, though she acknowledges the challenge of losing several seniors. Her coach, Anthony Foti, praises her focus, intelligence, and team motivation. We're back with final thoughts after this Break: UMC 15 – Ted's - Henssler 60 Signoff- Thanks again for hanging out with us on today's Marietta Daily Journal podcast. 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Introducing Justin Ross Lee the "Super Charged Super Jew" who refuses to fly anything other than first class or private, runs a company called "Pretentious Pocket Square," which sells super d paisley silk pocket squares with names like,"the Bateman" "the Madoff." A guy who calls himself the "Jewish Robinhood" because he deigns to leave first class and pour the "putz's" in coach glasses of Moet. If you combined things like: Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton, Global warming, bottle Service, private Planes, South Beach, corporate greed, trust fund babies, herpes, russian prostitutes, Bravo TV, cocaine conversations, new money, all the Real Housewives, guys who don't wear socks, investment bankers, Republicans, Hermes belts, Dolce Gabbana anything, and put them into a blender and then added a dash of semen, a gallon a jet fuel, and a sprinkle of Vagisil and you would create the Molotov cocktail that is Justin Ross Lee. His ringtone is Ass n Titties by DJ Assault, claims he doesn't like Asian Women because he doesn't do the "MSG" and is dripping in so much false testosterone and confidence that you feel like you have to take a shower the moment you lock eyes with him. It took him all of 5 minutes to show me a picture of his Tower of Piza leaning dick which has got to be a record for me. And even though he loves girls who are "shiksalicious," meaning fake tits, big vacant eyes, and super blonde hair with a crucifix hanging in their cleavage, our entire conversation was spent with him trying to figure out whether he wanted to fuck me, or kill me maybe both at the same time who knows. This was a challenging interview for me because while he represents pretty much everything I hate on the planet I ended up really enjoying our conversation and liking him. To a fault I commend anyone who has the chutzpah to do something different in a funny way, and let me tell you this mother fucker is hilarious. He's memorized a million sound bites and spits out his little mantras like a tennis ball machine hooked up to a nuclear powered generator right at your head. I can't even fathom the amount of time he has spent in front of the mirror like Stewart Smalley. (I'm Good Enough I'm smart enough and gosh darnit people like me.) Yet, we got along swimmingly...which is disturbing onto itself But let me be clear, Justin is whip smart, and has found way to literally fake it until he made it.. So with no further ado, I present to you J.R.L vs Z.N - 35 minutes of head to head battle...who wins? I'll let you decide. (the answer is EVERYONE LOSES) Recorded and edited originally by Jimmy Vallance Remastered by Josiah Lejuwaan Music: Fame - David Bowie Rivolta - Polo and Pan Here are some great tweets from him: Hopping a Gulfstream GIV down to Boca to thaw out my matzo balls. #FuckTheWeather#TheJewishAmericanDream Subaru needs to re-market itself as the official vehicle of slow driving lesbians with too many pets. (this is very funny) The novelty of a gorgeous model wears off the moment you fuck her and realize she's no better than anyone else. I think I'm in an abusive relationship with LA. Every time I beat the shit out of her she always comes back. I make a flight attendant come with one finger. Can't control the weather, but I can change it. #Gulfstream #G4 #JewJetting #PretentiousPocket#PocketSquare #PrivateJewJetting #FuckFirstClass I am an artist. I paint with Al Gore's tears. #PrivateJewJetting #Gulfstream #PrivateJet #Aviation#Cockpit #LouisVuitton #OliverPeoples #PretentiousPocket #PocketSquare ..
A New Hampshire man's neighbor threw Molotov cocktails through his windows and threatened him with a machete before telling police he was with the FBI… Trader Joe's has recalled two types of cookies for having rocks in them… A British man known as the “Easter Bunny” has been sentenced to 8 years in jail after stealing a truck full of 200,000 Cadbury Crème Eggs… & more.
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Pastor Douglas Wilson is a writer, theologian and pastor of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho. He chats to James about Satanic blood sacrifices, whether Christopher Hitchens is now burning in hell, whether or not Doug faked the scene where he sets fire to a boat with a Molotov cocktail, his favourite Psalm, whether or not - as James rudely suggests - he's a pussy, which Christian denominations performed best and worst during 'Covid'. (Spoiler alert: Calvinist presbyterian churches like Doug's punched above their weight). You can read his writing, order his books and watch his videos at his Blog & Mablog website https://dougwils.com And so far he hasn't been kicked off Twitter @douglaswils ↓ ↓ ↓ Earn interest on Gold: https://monetary-metals.com/delingpole/ / / / / / / The Delingpod LIVE IN DORSET | James Delingpole x Clive de Carle For the first time in Delingpod history, James will be bringing his podcast live to Dorset to chat with Clive de Carle. Purchase tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-delingpod-live-in-dorset-james-delingpole-x-clive-de-carle-tickets-670815646657?aff=ebdshpsearchautocomplete / / / / / / Buy James a Coffee at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/jamesdelingpole Support James' Writing at: https://delingpole.substack.com Support James monthly at: https://locals.com/member/JamesDelingpole?community_id=7720
Pastor Douglas Wilson is a writer, theologian and pastor of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho. He chats to James about Satanic blood sacrifices, whether Christopher Hitchens is now burning in hell, whether or not Doug faked the scene where he sets fire to a boat with a Molotov cocktail, his favourite Psalm, whether or not […]
Citizens armed only with Molotov cocktails battle with Russian tanks on the streets of… Budapest. In November of 1956 Russian troops invaded Hungary. The revolution was crushed and thousands of Hungarians fled. Will history repeat itself? We talk with Réka Pigniczky about her memory project, a film series dedicated to the Hungarian revolution. Also: Branko Marcetic compares America's response to the events of 1956 with our current posturing over the Russian invasion of Ukraine. ps. Your host will be visiting Hungary this August to report on 1956 for our upcoming 8 part mini series, get in touch if you have any Budapest tips
Battle4Freedom (2023) The MaaaChurian Candidates - From Arkham Asylum to the White HouseWebsite: http://www.battle4freedom.comNetwork: https://www.mojo50.comStreaming: https://www.rumble.com/c/Battle4FreedomStreaming LIVE on RUMBLE @ https://rumble.com/v2ujzf0-battle4freedom-2023-the-maaachurian-candidates-from-arkham-asylum-to-the-wh.htmlSaul Alinsky Rules for Radicals SettingSaul Alinsky Rules for Radicals TacticsControlled Opposition Definitionhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12196049/US-Marine-two-people-destroying-Planned-Parenthood-office-Molotov-cocktail.htmlUS Marine is among two people arrested for destroying Planned Parenthood office in California with Molotov cocktail"Mess with me, we will have a problem. Mess with my wife, we will have more problems. Mess with my kids, heaven can only save you from my wrath!"https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12195637/US-Army-private-pleads-guilty-trying-help-ISIS-kill-soldiers-Middle-East.htmlTerrorist amongst the troops: US Army private, 22, pleads guilty to trying to help ISIS kill soldiers in the Middle East and blow up NYC's 9/11 memorial... but was actually talking to an FBI agentTucker Carlson Trump Defensehttps://www.imdb.com/name/nm0386944/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1Adolph Hitlerhttps://www.imdb.com/name/nm0615907/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1Benito Mussolinihttps://www.imdb.com/name/nm0448123/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1John F. Kennedyhttps://www.reaganlibrary.gov/reagans/ronald-reagan/ronald-reagans-filmographyhttps://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001654/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1Ronald Reaganhttps://www.imdb.com/name/nm0874339/Donald Trumphttps://www.fandango.com/people/barack-obama-496675/film-creditsBarack Obamahttps://www.imdb.com/name/nm3305952/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1Volodymyr Zelenskyyhttps://www.imdb.com/name/nm0874040/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1Justin Trudeau
Meet Steve Bannon, the Molotov mixologist who wants to light the world on fire. Please share this episode with your friends and start a conversation.Warning: This podcast occasionally uses spicy language.For an entertaining deep dive into the theme of season five (Phalse Prophets), read the definitive peer-reviewed taxonomic analysis from our very own Jason Bradford, PhD. Sources/Links/Notes:Video: Mutual Aid in the Great Unraveling, Part 1 with Daniel P Aldrich, Amira Odeh, and Richard Heinberg, Post Carbon Institute, November 2022.Video: Mutual Aid in the Great Unraveling, Part 2 with Dean Spade, Joanna Swan, and Aliza Tuttle, Post Carbon Institute, November 2022.Dean Spade, "Mutual Aid: Building Solidarity During This Crisis (and the Next)," Verso Books, October 2020."Democracy Rising" essay series on deliberative democracyGlobal Tapestry of AlternativesEliana Johnson and Eli Stokols, "What Steve Bannon Wants You to Read," Politico, February 7, 2017.Lisa Marshall, "Inside Steve Bannon's 'War for Eternity'," CU Boulder Today, April 22, 2020.Joshua Green, "Inside the Secret, Strange Origins of Steve Bannon's Nationalist Fantasia," Vanity Fair, July 17, 2017.David Breitenbeck, "A Brief Summary of Traditionalism," The Imaginative Conservative, March 21, 2019.Generation Zero, Bannon's poorly reviewed documentaryGuo Wengui's video for his song, "Take Down the CCP," -- the third best comedy yacht video of all time.Douglas Rushkoff, "How to Avoid Becoming a Fascist: Why I turned down an appearance on Steve Bannon's podcast," Medium, October 21, 2021.Olivia Goldhill, "The neo-fascist philosophy that underpins both the alt-right and Silicon Valley technophiles," Quartz, June 18, 2017.Philip Rucker and Robert Costa, "Bannon vows a daily fight for ‘deconstruction of the administrative state'," The Washington Post, February 23, 2017.Support the show
The Wolverine anime might be getting worse with each passing episode, but onward we go ... or perhaps upward, since most of this episode takes place on a rooftop. Wolverine (and his new pal Yukio) meets and fights a brand-new character named Kikyo, who is a beautiful bishonen hired by Shingen as an assassin. That's the first half of the episode; the second half is a failed drug drop that Logan and Yukio interrupt with Molotov cocktails, only to be interrupted themselves by the Molotov cocktail of Wolverine's love life: Omega Red!!! Why is he here? Once again, we don't know. Next week's episode: "Omega Red," Wolverine (Marvel anime) E-mail us your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter at TheMutantAges, MIDImyers and RyanPagella. If you like what you hear, please consider supporting us via patreon.com/themutantages or our store: teespring.com/stores/the-mutant-ages. Thanks! Cloaky is also on Twitter at cloakycloaks.
"We act like children with our dead," Halyna Kruk writes as she struggles to come to terms with the horror unfolding around her: "confused, / as if none of us knew until now/ how easy it is to die." In poem after devastating poem, Kruk confronts what we would prefer not to see: "a person runs toward a bullet/ with a wooden shield and a warm heart..." Translated with the utmost of care by Amelia Glaser and Yulia Ilchuk, A Crash Course in Molotov Cocktails (Arrowsmith Press, 2023) is a guidebook to the emotional combat in Ukraine. These stunning poems of witness by one of Ukraine's most revered poets are by turns breathless, philosophical, and visionary. In a dark recapitulation of evolution itself, Kruk writes: "nothing predicted the arrival of humankind..../ nothing predicted the arrival of the tank..." Her taught, lean lines can turn epigrammatic: "what will kill you will seduce you first," or they can strike you like Lomachenko's lightening jabs: "flirt, Cheka agent, bitch." Leading readers into the world's darkest spaces, Kruk implies that the light of language can nevertheless afford some measure of protection. Naming serves as a shield, albeit a wooden one. The paradox is that after the bullets have been fired and the missiles landed, the wooden shield, the printed book, reconstitutes itself. Nataliya Shpylova-Saeed has a Ph.D. in Slavic languages and literatures (Indiana University, 2022). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
On Thursday's Mark Levin Show, we cannot afford to cave into Joe Biden and the radical Marxists with their out of control spending and budget. We know the radical spending ordeals are all to increase the size of the Federal Bureaucracy that will then help the Democrat party and punish Republicans. The Democrat mob is threatening violence if they do not get their budget paid for, but Republicans in Congress have been good so far at standing firm and we need them now more than ever to hold the line. The left isn't upset about funding Social Security or Medicare – they're upset they aren't getting the funding for their radical $7 trillion budget. Also, IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley has a lot of guts and has put his career on the line to expose the preferential treatment of Hunter Biden. Senior leadership at the Department of Justice slow walked the investigation into Hunter's tax crimes because Democrats control the levers of prosecutorial power. Meanwhile, the Department of Justice is throwing the book at anyone involved in January 6th but giving reduced sentences for Democrat protesters using Molotov cocktails. Later, Mark speaks with ZOA President Mort Klein about the Biden administration's harmful strategy to counter anti-Semitism and hated of the state of Israel. Finally, Mark is joined by Brent Bozell of the Media Research Center about the Department of Homeland Security using federal funds to attack Christian organizations and comparing conservatives to Nazis. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The rises on jeans were low, mp3 players were new, and the president was lying about the existence of weapons of mass destruction to invade a whole country to avenge his daddy and make his VP some cash. The year is 2003, and twenty years ago (!!!) the musical landscape looked….vastly different. We were coming off the end of the Latin boom era of the late 90s. Meanwhile, reggaeton was on the precipice of blowing up globally, and the Latin music industry was hell bent on ignoring it. This week, we explore 2003 in music to think about what has changed, and what has stayed the same. Featuring music by Julieta Venegas, Tego Calderón, Thalia, Fat Joe, Don Omar, Ricky Martin, Molotov, and Ivy Queen. Show notes: bit.ly/3N37r8N Follow us: instagram.com/RadioMenea twitter.com/RadioMenea tinyletter.com/RadioMenea
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About 10 months after a Molotov cocktail was tossed inside the office and the message, "If abortions aren’t safe then you aren’t either," was scrawled on the building's side, Hridindu Sankar Roychowdhury, 29, of Madison, was arrested in Boston on Tuesday and charged with one count of attempting to cause damage by means of fire or an explosive. The Justice Department said he traveled from Madison to Portland, Maine, and he purchased a one-way ticket from Boston to Guatemala City, Guatemala, departing Tuesday morning. Law enforcement arrested Roychowdhury at Boston Logan International Airport. "According to the complaint, Mr. Roychowdhury used an incendiary device in violation of federal law in connection with his efforts to terrorize and intimidate a private organization," Assistant Attorney General Matthew G. Olsen of the Justice Department’s National Security Division said in a statement. "I commend the commitment and professionalism of law enforcement personnel who worked exhaustively to ensure that justice is served." "Violence is never an acceptable way for anyone to express their views or their disagreement," Assistant Director Robert R. Wells of the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division said. "Today’s arrest demonstrates the FBI’s commitment to vigorously pursue those responsible for this dangerous attack and others across the country, and to hold them accountable for their criminal actions." According to the complaint, on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 8, 2022, at approximately 6:06 a.m., law enforcement responded to an active fire at an office building located in Madison. Once inside the building, police observed a mason jar under a broken window. The jar was broken, and the lid and screw top were burned black, the Justice Department said. The police also saw a purple disposable lighter near the mason jar. On the opposite wall from the window, the police saw another mason jar with the lid on and a blue cloth tucked into the top, and the cloth was singed. The jar was about half full of a clear fluid that smelled like an accelerant, the complaint says. Outside the building, someone spray-painted on one wall, "If abortions aren’t safe then you aren’t either" and, on another wall, a large "A" with a circle around it and the number "1312," according to the Justice Department. During the investigation, law enforcement collected DNA from the scene of the attack. In March 2023, law enforcement identified Roychowdhury as a possible suspect. The affidavit said officers conducting surveillance on a protest at the Wisconsin State Capitol over the construction of an Atlanta public safety center dubbed "Cop City," observed an individual later identified as Roychowdhury. Local police officers later observed Roychowdhury dispose of food in a public trash can, and the officers recovered the leftover food and related items, and law enforcement collected DNA from the food. The affidavit says officers recovered a paper bag filled with "a quarter portion of a partially eaten burrito wrapped in waxed paper, a soiled napkin, a crumpled napkin, a stack of napkins, the wrapper of the burrito, a crumpled food wrapper, [and] four unopened hot sauce packets." "On March 17, 2023, law enforcement advised that a forensic biologist examined the DNA evidence recovered from the attack scene and compared it to the DNA collected from the food contents. The forensic biologist found the two samples matched and likely were the same individual," the Justice Department said. State Rep. Barbara Dittrich, a Republican, shared screenshots to Twitter Tuesday showing that the University of Wisconsin-Madison's website listed Roychowdhury as a trainee/research assistant for the Biophysics Interdisciplinary PhD in Structural and Computational Biology and Quantitative Biosciences. A LinkedIn profile for Roychowdhury also listed a UWMadison Doctor of Philosophy - PhD Biochemistry under education. "This man should be charged with domestic terrorism, and the good taxpayers of this state should not be paying his salary," Dittrich tweeted. In an update, the lawmaker said UWMadison campus "notified us after this post that Mr. Roychowdhurdy ended his affiliation with the UW System the year that this incident occurred. If convicted, Roychowdhury faces a mandatory minimum penalty of five years and a maximum of 20 years in prison, prosecutors said. Transition: In world news… https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2023/03/28/former-general-calls-for-eu-military-in-north-africa-to-defeat-russian-mercenaries/ Former General Calls for EU Military in North Africa to Defeat Russian Mercenaries A former Italian General has called on the European Union to act militarily in Northern Africa, blaming the Russian mercenary PMC Wagner Group for the current wave of illegal immigrants. General Carlo Jean, former commander of the Italian unit of the NATO Mobile Force and Alpine Brigade “Cadore”, is the latest Italian official to blame Private Military Company Wagner — Russian mercenaries, in other words — for the surge of illegals that have arrived in Italy so far this year. According to General Jean, local governments in African countries have become too weak in the face of ethnic and tribal groups making cash from illegal migration, preventing European nations from making effective deals with governments to halt illegal migration. General Jean added that the solution to the problem is military force saying, “something that is against the values of which we are very proud. That is, force would be needed, a massive intervention, to field a colonial-type army in Africa to stabilize regimes and regions.” “The big problem is that Europe is not a state, it has neither military nor political capacity to do something that can only be achieved with rather harsh methods, with occupation and strengthening of the governments of North Africa and the Sahel. We should operate like Wagner,” he said and added that if Europe does not act military then it should resign itself to becoming a “mestizo continent.” The statements from General Jean come just weeks after Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani blamed PMC Wagner for the rise in illegal migration, which has close to tripled since last year. “We have indications that they are very active and in contact with gangs of traffickers and militiamen interested in the smuggling of migrants,” Tajani said of the Russian private military group. Tajani was joined in his view by Defence Minister Guido Crosetto, who PMC Wagner allegedly has a $15 million bounty on, according to Italian media reports. https://nypost.com/2023/03/29/pope-francis-hospitalized-for-lung-infection-vatican/ Pope Francis hospitalized for lung infection: Vatican Pope Francis was hospitalized with a lung infection Wednesday after experiencing difficulty breathing in recent days and will remain in the hospital for several days of treatment, the Vatican said. The 86-year-old pope doesn’t have COVID-19, spokesman Matteo Bruni said in a statement late Wednesday. The hospitalization was the first since Francis spent 10 days at the Gemelli hospital in July 2021 to have 33 centimeters (13 inches) of his colon removed. It immediately raised questions about Francis’ overall health, and his ability to celebrate the busy Holy Week events that are due to begin this weekend with Palm Sunday. Bruni said Francis had been suffering breathing troubles in recent days and went to the Gemelli for tests. “The tests showed a respiratory infection (COVID-19 infection excluded) that will require some days of medical therapy,” Bruni’s statement said. Francis appeared in relatively good form during his regularly scheduled general audience earlier Wednesday, though he grimaced strongly while getting in and out of the “popemobile.” Francis had part of one lung removed when he was a young man due to a respiratory infection, and he often speaks in a whisper. But he got through the worst phases of the COVID-19 pandemic without at least any public word of ever testing positive. Francis had been due to celebrate Palm Sunday this weekend, kicking off the Vatican’s Holy Week observances: Holy Thursday, Good Friday, the Easter Vigil and finally Easter Sunday on April 9. He has canceled all audiences through Friday, but it wasn’t clear whether he could keep the Holy Week plans. Francis has used a wheelchair for over a year due to strained ligaments in his right knee and a small knee fracture. He has said the injury was healing and has been walking more with a cane of late. Francis also has said he resisted having surgery for the knee problems because he didn’t respond well to general anesthesia during the 2021 intestinal surgery. He said soon after the surgery that he had recovered fully and could eat normally. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/elon-musk-apple-co-founder-tech-experts-call-pause-giant-ai-experiments Elon Musk, Apple co-founder, other tech experts call for pause on 'giant AI experiments': 'Dangerous race' Elon Musk, Steve Wozniak, and a host of other tech leaders and artificial intelligence experts are urging AI labs to pause development of powerful new AI systems in an open letter citing potential risks to society. The letter asks AI developers to "immediately pause for at least 6 months the training of AI systems more powerful than GPT-4." It was issued by the Future of Life Institute and signed by more than 1,000 people, including Musk, who argued that safety protocols need to be developed by independent overseers to guide the future of AI systems. GPT-4 is the latest deep learning model from OpenAI, which "exhibits human-level performance on various professional and academic benchmarks," according to the lab. "Powerful AI systems should be developed only once we are confident that their effects will be positive and their risks will be manageable," the letter said. The letter warns that at this stage, no one "can understand, predict, or reliably control" the powerful new tools developed in AI labs. The undersigned tech experts cite the risks of propaganda and lies spread through AI-generated articles that look real, and even the possibility that Ai programs can outperform workers and make jobs obsolete. "AI labs and independent experts should use this pause to jointly develop and implement a set of shared safety protocols for advanced AI design and development that are rigorously audited and overseen by independent outside experts," the letter states. "In parallel, AI developers must work with policymakers to dramatically accelerate development of robust AI governance systems." The signatories, which include Stability AI CEO Emad Mostaque, researchers at Alphabet-owned DeepMind, as well as AI heavyweights Yoshua Bengio and Stuart Russell, emphasize that AI development in general should be not paused, writing that their letter is calling for "merely a stepping back from the dangerous race to ever-larger unpredictable black-box models with emergent capabilities." According to the European Union's transparency register, the Future of Life Institute is primarily funded by the Musk Foundation, as well as London-based effective altruism group Founders Pledge, and Silicon Valley Community Foundation. Musk, whose electric car company Tesla uses AI for its autopilot system, has previously raised concerns about the rapid development of AI. Since its release last year, Microsoft-backed OpenAI's ChatGPT has prompted rivals to accelerate developing similar large language models, and companies to integrate generative AI models into their products.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (03/08/2023): 3:05pm- On Wednesday, a Congressional Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic heard from experts in science, medicine, and infectious disease to help determine the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Robert Redfield, the former Director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), testified that COVID-19's unique characteristics mean that it was likely the result of gain-of-function research. Dr. Redfield explains, “[i]t's important to understand what the cleavage site does... It changes the orientation of the binding domain of Covid. So now it could not see the Ace2 receptor, it totally changes the orientation, so it has a high affinity for human receptors... It didn't seem that it belonged there”—concluding that the virus was most likely engineered. You can read more about Dr. Redfield's testimony here: https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-former-cdc-head-tells-mtg-gain-of-function-research-likely-cause-of-covid?utm_campaign=64466 3:25pm- During Wednesday's Congressional Select Subcommittee hearing, former CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield stated that American tax dollars were “absolutely” used to fund gain-of-function research in Wuhan, China. 3:30pm- In February 2019, former CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield was excluded from phone calls exploring the origins of COVID-19 because he expressed an opinion contrary to Dr. Anthony Fauci's preferred narrative, according to testimony Dr. Redfield provided to a Congressional Select Subcommittee on Wednesday. 3:45pm- During questioning at Wednesday's Congressional Select Committee hearing on the Coronavirus pandemic, Committee Chairman Rep. Brad Wenstrup asked Dr. Robert Redfield whether gain-of-function has ever stopped a pandemic? 4:05pm- Wesley Hottot—Senior Attorney at the Institute for Justice—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his most recent editorial at National Review, “Time to End the Fake Crime of Carrying Cash.” Hottot and his co-author Daryle James write, “[t]here's no law against carrying large amounts of bills. But in some cases, civil forfeiture makes it effectively illegal—and punishes the innocent.” You can read the article here: https://www.nationalreview.com/2023/03/time-to-end-the-fake-crime-of-carrying-cash/ 4:30pm- On Tuesday night, Fox News host Tucker Carlson continued his coverage of never-before-seen footage and information from the January 6th riot at the U.S. Capitol. Over two days of broadcasting, footage has revealed several instances in which the January 6 Commission lied, or withheld, relevant information to advance the left's preferred narratives. 40,000 hours of Capitol footage was provided to Carlson by Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). Carlson also called out Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) for imploring Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch to silence Carlson and his program. 4:35pm- On Sunday, far-left activists attacked an Atlanta Police Department—with some even using Molotov cocktails. While appearing on Fox News, former Congressman Trey Gowdy wondered why Attorney General Merrick Garland and the Justice Department haven't gotten involved—is it because this is an example of left-wing extremism? 4:50pm- During a Congressional hearing on Wednesday, Sgt. Tyler Vargas documented how he was denied permission to shoot a suicide bomber in Afghanistan that ultimately killed over 180 people. He referred to the Biden Administration's 2021 withdrawal from Afghanistan as a “catastrophe.” 5:00pm- The Drive at 5: According to a report from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Pennsylvania State Representative Mike Zabel (Democrat-163rd District) will resign after being accused of sexual harassment. 5:15pm- During Wednesday's Congressional Select Subcommittee hearing, former CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield testified that COVID-19's unique characteristics mean that it was likely created via gain-of-function research. 5:20pm- Mystery Movie Clip: “Al Pacino Dunkaccino”? 5:35pm- During a Tuesday Senate hearing, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) suggested Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, and his interest rate hikes, are solely responsible for any impending recession and subsequent increases in unemployment. Warren completely neglected to mention her preference for reckless spending, and embrace of Modern Monetary Policy, are to blame for runaway inflation in the first place. 5:40pm- According to a report from Luke Rosiak at The Daily Wire, “[a]n attorney for the so-called “QAnon Shaman” Jacob Chansley asked federal prosecutors repeatedly for all videos showing his client inside the Capitol on Jan. 6, yet…he never received the bombshell—and potentially exculpatory —footage aired Monday night by Tucker Carlson.” You can read the full report here: https://www.dailywire.com/news/its-appalling-qanon-shamans-lawyer-says-doj-lied-withheld-videos-aired-by-carlson 6:05pm- Dr. Marc Siegel—Clinical Professor of Medicine, Medical Director at NYU Langone Health & a Fox News Medical Analyst—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his most recent opinion editorial in The New York Post, “If the White House Doesn't Change Course, the Next Pandemic Could Come from a Lab Too.” You can read the editorial here: https://nypost.com/2023/03/07/if-the-white-house-doesnt-change-course-the-next-pandemic-could-come-from-a-lab-too/ 6:30pm- The mainstream media has no interest in investigating the origins of COVID-19. Are they afraid of upsetting China? 6:50pm- While speaking with Mika Brzezinski, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton claimed that COVID-19 “had a disproportionate impact on women and girls” and that “it'll take 250 years for women to achieve pay equality.”