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Red Pill Revolution
Satanic Balenciaga, Killer Robotic Police & Based Elon

Red Pill Revolution

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In this week's episode, we discuss Balenciaga being in trouble for posting an ad campaign with children, BDSM teddy bears, and satanic undertones; ElonMusk threatening to come out with his own smartphone if apple or google remove Twitter from the app store; The hero Mom from Uvalde being threatened by the police department not to talk; Killer Robots proposed by the San Francisco Police Department; Epstein's victims suing JP Morgan chase for being complicit in Epstein's crimes.  Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Donate to support the show by going to https://givesendgo.com/redpillrevolution   Our website https://redpillrevolution.co/    Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to https://agents.ethoslife.com/invite/3504a now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV. Email austin@redpillrevolution.co if you would like to sign up in a different state   ----more---- Full Transcription  Welcome to the Revolution. Hello and welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening. Today we are doing a little bit of catch up here. There has been about a week and a half that has gone by since our last episode. So we have a few things to catch up on here. Uh, the very first one being. Elon Musk talking about releasing the Hunter Biden laptop. Internal discussions from Twitter, calling it necessary to restore public trust. Also, Elon Musk saying that he may have to create his own smartphone if Apple and Google remove Twitter from the app store. The next thing we're gonna look at is the New York Post, coming out with something talking about San San Francisco police, uh, proposal, which would allow cops to kill suspects with robots. The next thing will be the you validate mom. You remember that that woman, that hero who jumps the fence after being, uh, basically arrested by the police somewhat and then let go and then jumped the fence, saved her kids and ran out, said that afterwards, the police threatened her about speaking out on the issue. Yeah. Heard that right. Then we're gonna touch on the Valencia situation. If you didn't hear about this, Valencia came out with some questionable, does not even describe it. Disgusting. Uh, ad campaigns with children and these teddy bears in like BDSM and, and all of this like really creepy undertones. If you just look at the surface and then you start to dive a little deeper into past campaigns, and it starts to make a little bit more sense that this has not only been this campaign, but it has been a theme with Valencia over the last few years. Interest. Other than that, we will also touch on Epstein's accuser suing Deutsch Bank and JP Morgan Chase saying that they were complicit in his crimes, and we will look at why. Again, all of that more. But the first thing I need you to do is go ahead and hit that subscribe button for me. Subscribe starts with a na, ends with a subscribe. It's right there on the screen sitting there on your phone. Just go ahead and hit that real quick for me. Takes 10 seconds out of your day. 10 seconds would be a very long time to click a button. Uh, but if, even if it does take you 10 seconds , it'll still be worth it and I will appreciate it even more. Hit that subscribe button. Leave a five star review. It would mean the world to me. Type something nice in there. And then head over to red pill revolution.coo.com is for losers red pill revolution.co. You can get, uh, sign up for the newsletter, the sub stack right directly on there, which has all of the links, all of the articles, the podcast directly to your email inbox every single week. So without further ado, thank you so much for listening and welcome to the Revolut. Welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red Pill Revolution started out with me, realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoonfed as a child. Religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it. Everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain. And I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the Revolution. All right. Let's get started with Elon Musk saying he's going to release the internal Twitter discussions that were had during the Hunter Biden laptop story, saying that it is quote, necessary to restore public trust. I mean, yeah, you're gonna have a hard time restoring public trust in general on most media situations, but Twitter I, I think you know, Elon Musk is on the right track here. So let's go ahead and read this. This is coming from the daily wire.com. Elon Musk may release information on Twitter's internal discussions regarding censorship of stories about Hunter Biden's laptop prior to the 2020 election. The newly established CEO suggested on we. Musk took over toward your last month in a $44 billion deal and pursued an aggressive overhaul of the social media platform. Yes, we know this. Firing thousands of workers and adjusting the site's approach to account suspensions and censorship. Since then, Donald Trump has been reinstated, um, along with a few others, but Donald Trump being the biggest one. Um, and Alex, the Lord, the God, whatever. Uh, something like that, one of those two, the Lord or the God, I don't know, pretty close, uh, says, raise your hand if you think Elon Musk should make public all internal discussions about the decision to censor the New York Post story on Hunter Biden's laptop before the 2020 election. In the, in interest of transparency, Elon tweeted back, this was two days ago, and said, this is necessary to. Public trust. Now, I, for one, would love to see all of the, uh, internal documents that show, you know, uh, seemingly something that normally project Veritas would have to, uh, bait and switch some poor liberal bastard into going to dinner with some woman  to get out of them. Um, in this case, seems like Elon might just do it on his own, right? He'll, he basically has access to the Slack channels, has access to the internal email documents. And since he has that access, he could just release it all, which would be ideal and really probably show us exactly what was happening and including the fact that the FBI said that they or Mark Zuckerberg pointed to the fact that the FBI contacted them regarding the story to tell them to flag it, basically that, oh, there's been some talkings of Russian misinformation. Uh, so that makes it, uh, quite interesting. Two, because we could even see information out of this that shows that Twitter colluded with the fbi, just as Mark Zuckerberg alluded to prior to this, which would make it an interesting storyline to, uh, continue to unravel. It goes on to say that the New York Post first reported messages from Biden's laptop in October, 2020 weeks before a presidential election. Social media giants, including Twitter, cracked down on the story to prevent its spread current. And for Nat former national security officials claimed at the time that the Biden story was likely Russian disinformation and they veiled attempt for Moscow to intervene in elections. Yeah, no, besides the fact, the only people that were a part of the being Russian was all of the Russian hookers. Hunter Biden purchased that he was speaking to on his laptop and all the crazy disgusting pictures and images that were also on there, allegedly, not that I've seen them. Um, the media outlets such as The Washington Examiner, CBS News, the New York Times, the Washington Post, have confirmed the laptops, contents and messages in part regarding foreign business deals Hunter Biden worked on in Ukraine, China, and elsewhere. Now, I don't know if there's anything else on this article. Doesn't look like it, but that would be pretty cool. Uh, good step in the right direction from Elon Musk being the CEO of Twitter now for, I don't know, maybe a month. Uh, and within those few months, A few weeks has done some pretty interesting things, including firing like half of Twitter , half of their workforce, uh, you know, and, and which probably makes sense cuz you don't want half of your workforce hating you. Like if you wanna stay, stay, if you don't, that's fine too. And then sent out a, an email that I passingly read this, something about, you know, we're gonna start working a lot harder, we're gonna be a lot more focused. Uh, some things like that. So Elon Musk. Now the next thing that Elon Musk did was he, this happened today, made a response, uh, in a tweet to Liz Wheeler. Uh, Liz Wheeler is the correspondent for oan, I think it's o n. Um, and this article is coming again from the Daily Wire. Uh, had some troubles finding good articles this week for some reason, uh, a lot of these stories were just kind of floating out there without very many good. Places talking about them. So here's one by the Daily Wire continuing the Elon Musk situation where it says that Elon Musk said Friday that he will start to create smartphones. If Apple and Google removed Twitter from their app stores, a move that would be highly damaging to the social media company. I wonder. Oh, I guess, yeah, talking about Apple and Google. So, uh, must remarks came in response to a tweet from a political commentator, Liz Wheeler, who wrote, if Apple and Google boot Twitter from their app stores, Elon Musk should produce his own smartphone. Half of the country would, uh, happily ditch the bias snooping iPhone and Android. She said, the man builds rockets to Mars. A silly little smartphone should be easy, right?  must responded and said, I certainly hope it does not come to that. But yes, if there is no other choice, I will make an alternative phone, which would probably be a very easy task for Elon Musk, as Liz alluded to. Uh, yeah, he definitely is probably equipped for the job to make his own phone. Now, if there was a Tesla phone. Overnight. And now this is kind of like a, uh, a saber rattling between the two businesses. Now, I, I haven't heard of talks of Apple or Android getting rid of Twitter. That would be a very, uh, I mean, they did it with Parlor, right? When they had dissenting opinions, they just literally just took its platform from them. But I, I think that would be stupid. And, and Elon did a very smart move here, which said that if you do do this, there will be repercussions, not only for my business, but for your business too. So press the red button with caution because it's not only gonna hurt Twitter's bottom line, but it's also gonna hurt Apple and Google because if Elon Musk came out with a phone, it, it's probably gonna be the best phone there is by far It's just what the man does, and it's probably gonna be half the price and. You're not gonna have Apple and Google constantly sifting through all of your stuff all of the time without any privacy whatsoever. So it would immediately plummet. I, I wonder who stock would be hit worse? Would it be Twitters getting pulled from Google or Apple, or would it be Apple and Google for Elon starting his own smartphone company, which I think he should do anyways. Honestly, I, I, for one, would definitely be purchasing the Tesla phone over the , over a iPhone or an Android, as long as it proved itself to be a good alternative, which I'm sure it would, because everything Elon must seems to put his hands on does fairly well. It goes on to say that the statement from Musk comes a mid pressure from advertisers and left wing activists to police content that they deemed be hate speech. Must responded to the pressure campaign this week by saying that the company had cracked down on hate speech, hate speech impressions, down by one third from pre spike levels. Uh, congrats to the Twitter team. I have half a mind to wag my finger at the 1500 accounts that caused the spike, but I shall for bear. Reducing the max allowed tweets per day to a number below what a speed typist on math could do was helpful. , uh, this is, uh, simply based on the same list of terms that Twitter has used for some time. So, Centris, Perus Musk responded. This is, uh, okay, that was today. Must announce on Thursday that he was going to grant a mass amnesty to accounts that had been previously banned on the platform. Must made the decision in response to the final results of a poll, tweeted Wednesday, the platform will begin un banning accounts in mass except for those who broke the law or engaged in excessive spam. Next week, more than 3 million users voted on the poll, and the vote was overwhelmingly in favor of amnesty. Nearly three quarters of voters, 72% said yes, and 27% voted no. Uh, the people had spoken was the response of Musk. So Musk doing some good work against the big tech companies and we might find out later that he is just, uh, uh, you know, maybe just a big, uh, I don't know. I don't know. Something, something. There's always some whispers about Elon Musk out there,  being, being, uh, a part of the big. I think there's some background regarding his mother and where the money got. I don't know. There's, there's some, there's some questions to be had about Elon, but I tend to make decisions based off of people's act actions. And so far his actions have led me to believe nothing other than the fact that he has good intentions with the things that he's doing. So that's my thoughts on Elon Musk. Now, the next thing that we're gonna go into is going to be that San Francisco police have a proposal which would allow them to give robots shoot to kill orders. I heard that right? In true dystopian fashion, , that how terrifying is that? And especially in, in, in the wake of 87,000 new IRS agents, uh, knocking on your door with murderous robots. And if it happens in San Francisco, you bet it's coming to a city near you. Uh, so this goes on to say that a San Francisco police proposal could give cops in the city the ability to kill suspects using remote controlled robots. A draft policy that details the controversial proposal states lethal, forced by robots would be allowed if there was a deadly threat to cops of the public. Robots will be able to use, be used as a deadly force option when risk of loss of life to members of the public or officers are imminent and outweigh any other force option available. Okay, that's terrifying. That is terrifying. Now just imagine, you know, all of the ego that goes in the policing because these aren't gonna be AI robots determining the hierarchy of force. Like these are going to be robots, at least initially, who are having their decisions made for them based on flawed, sometimes egotistical, sometimes, uh, Without a better way to put it. Uh, there's, there's bad cops too, right? There's bad cops too. Now, now, obviously that's not all cops, and I'm very pro-police. I, I have nothing to do with the, uh, defund the police movement, which was completely idiotic. But there's definitely flawed police officers, just like there's flawed, everybody else. And to give a flawed person in a position of power, the ultimate power also, without having to pull the trigger themselves, there's a certain thing that happens in your mind, I assume, when you are a police officer, and you have to decide whether or not to take someone's life or not. Now, when you can remove yourself from one of those steps of humanity, which is actually pulling the trigger, being the thing that was the thing, like it's, it's, it's much easier, I would assume, for drone pilots to drop bombs. Air force pilots who are actually in the plane, knowing where they're dropping them at low levels, right. Like to just, to me, there, there's, there's another, there's a sense of responsibility removed when you're going to have police officers who can kill somebody without even having to do it themselves. Just pressing a, a button. Now you can argue that, you know, pulling the trigger is basically just pressing a button too. But there's something to the fact that it is you holding that thing in your hand and not, you know, pushing that responsibility off to some, uh, mechanical, uh, unemotional unhuman being that will eventually, because that, that's the problem with this is like robots, like the term I would be interested to see the actual draft legislation, but when you say robots, Right? Or like autonomous. Are they suspicious? Device assessments? Uh, if the draft is passed, the robots could be used during arrest. Critical incidents, the execution of a warrant or during suspicious device assessments. Now just imagine them pulling you over and instead of the cop knocking on your door , you have fucking robo cop sitting there as a, uh, a blowup doll controlled by the cop who's actually in the car. So that didn't even have to get out of their vehicle anymore. And then you start doing that from a control center in the middle of the city where there's never actually any police out there. Now they're just writing you tickets. Uh, Killing you, breaking down your door for your IRS funds, all without having to leave the control center in the middle of the city because now they got this legislation. So, so you can see how this could move and, and then eventually there's nobody controlling them and it's just autonomous robots who are now are overlords who have the ability to kill us if we are out of line , right? Like that's a horrifying, dystopian future. And this is actual legislation, like maybe not the second or third portion. Again, I have to see the legislation on this. I, I have not seen it. But from just, you assume the way that this is written is probably quite vague and will eventually escalate from where it begins. Right? You don't just, you don't start at murdering people with robots manually and not expect it to escalate into autonomous police forces via, I don't know, Alexa Um, so. I dunno. This, this, this is a horrifying idea. I think I, I, I don't see any future where autonomous robotic police forces with the license to kill, uh, is, is any type of good for humanity. This does add though that the Dallas Police Department used a robot to kill a suspect in 2016, accused of killing five cops in the shooting. Interesting. And then Oakland Police declined to go forward with a similar proposal that would allow them to use lethal force robots after initially putting the idea forward. Wow. Uh, this says critics including Tiffany Moyer, a senior staff attorney at the Lawyers Committee of the Civil Rights of San Francisco, um, blasted the proposal. We are living in a dystopian future where we debate whether the police may use robots to execute citizens without a trial, jury or judge. Yeah. What the hell? How says the department has 17 robots, but none of them have ever been used to attack An individual said, a spokesperson from the police force. Well, thank God for that. Like Yeah, but you're asking if they can. Geez. How crazy. How terrifying. Let's see, what if anybody had anything to say? Um, yeah, they will absolutely find ways to abuse this. Uh, Robots will be used as del This is literally the same thing they said when they initially militarized the police nationwide resulting in distrust from both sides of the ils. We forget we all started that Ruby Ridge. Hmm. What is Ruby Ridge? Interesting. Uh, now if there was a utopian future where there was no police, and again, I don't think that's utopian either, but if there was no police who were humans and there was no use of deadly force because the robot's life is never at risk of being eliminated, then there should be no use of force. So just eliminate the cops altogether. Don't do this cuz this is a terrible idea too, . But there's, there's a better future here where the robots can't kill anybody. The police aren't human. Police aren't even there. And there's no necessary use for use of force like this at all in any situation, and it just knocks on your window. Prints a receipt of how much you pay and when your court date is, and then drives off or, or even better, scan my damn license plate and then send it to me via email. . I like that idea. Maybe just, let's just not do the robocop thing altogether. It just sounds like a bad idea. All right. The next thing we're gonna talk about is this. So this is, this is so horrifying to hear about this. You validate mother. So if you recall the mother in, you validate Texas, who was originally handcuffed by police for wanting to go save her children while 70 something cops stood outside doing nothing. She wanted to go inside. They arrested her, put, detained her, I guess, didn't arrest her, detained her in handcuffs on the ground. Another police officer came over and negotiated with them, said, Hey, she's fine, da da, da. They let her, they released her. She went, jumped the fence. Saved her children left the school unscathed. Now what she is saying is that the police contacted her and threatened that if she was to speak out about what happened, that they would charge her with, what was it? Charge her with. Let's see. Some like obstruction of justice or something. So let's go ahead and read the article. This is coming from Newsweek and it says, A mother who ran into Rob Elementary school to rescue her two children during a mass shooting in Ual de Texas last week says Police threatened to violate her probation for speaking out about the incident of. Angel Gomez told CBS News on Thursday that she was forced to rush into the school after watching police fail to quickly respond to the deadly shooting. A total of 19 students and two teachers were killed when 18 gunmen, uh, when 18 year old gunman Salvador Ramos entered the school in open fire. Gosh, what a horrible day. After speaking critically about the incident to media outlets, Gomez said an officer threatened to charge her with violating probation on an unrelated charge for obstruction of justice. However, she added that she spoke to a local judge who assured her that she was brave and that she would not face legal repercussions for sharing her story. Her account comes a midday flurry of similar reports from parents and relatives who said they were on site during the devastating massacre and watched this police failed to. Gomez told the news organization that she arrived to the school while the shooting was still taking place and found that several armed officers were standing outside. She said she bagged and screamed for officers to go into the building to save her children, but the police seemed more concerned with containing parents than entering the school. Oh man. So literally threatened the woman who saved her children with obstruction of justice for attempting or or saying that she would speak out about how they didn't go in. And that's the people that you want to give killer robots to  like that. Let's, let's bring this full circle here and let's just say that me, even if out of the 80 people that all 80 armed police officers who were standing outside of there doing nothing, it was just this one who was threatening this woman who did the right thing because of his little itty bitty ego getting in the way, making him not want to be continually having to hear how they were, at least in some way, shape, or form at fault for not responding according to the way that they should have, even according to their own internal documents about school shootings. If you ever read into that or you recall the episodes that I did on it, there was documents that outlined what they should have done and they didn't do any of it. They didn't go in, they didn't like it was all outlined and how they should have approached it all leading to the fact that they should have entered the building and they didn't. Well, they, at least they didn't go to detain the guy until after he murdered 21 people, including 19 children. So crazy. So how horrible, how horrible. Like, and, and again, that's the woman who was a hero in all of this, the, the, the shining light story in all of this. And the police continue to misstep and threaten her with obstruction of justice for attempting to speak out on their doings. Disgusting. All right. And now this leads me to the bigger topic that we're gonna discuss here, which we will get into in a second actually. And, and, and first and foremost, let's touch on this because this is pretty crazy too. If you didn't hear about it, there was a shooting at a BT Q plus bar called q. Okay. Q bar or something like that. And there was like five people murdered and he shot some people, and then he got his ass beat by a bunch of trans people. And that's, you see these pictures online of him with all like terrible black eyes and stuff, which good. Absolutely. I'm glad they, they beat the shit out of him. Um, but, so there was this situation and, and then the guy who was, was the shooter came out and, and his lawyers said that he was non-binary. So the Q shooter's lawyer said that he's non-binary and this just caused like a, a, a weird miswiring in all of the liberal news media because they didn't really know how to respond to this. And so there was an anchor who was interviewing a trans woman, I think I'm getting that right. A trans woman, which is formally, is still a biological male who is dressed as a woman. Who claims to be a woman is getting interviewed on cnn. Uh, and there again, there's this like just you, you watch these people try to navigate this line of like trying to make non-binary a thing while also not giving this guy Lee Wey to be it because he doesn't appear to be non-binary and so on and so forth. So let's, let's watch this video. I find it to be quite comical and then we'll get into some of the bigger topics that we're gonna discuss here. And here we go. Natalie, when we started the show, we just got, we got a little bit of news earlier that the attorneys for the shooter, um, are now saying that the shooter is non-binary. And the shooter, the shooter, uh, would like to use the pronouns. They, them. And this is for the court in all court papers. And that's what. Um, Anderson Al Aldrich's attorneys are saying, do you have any thoughts on that? I think that's, um, complete ludicrous. Um, I believe they're just saying that because they wanna have, um, the easy way out on this. Um, that's really, really, um, offending, especially being a transgender woman myself, that a male, which it was obvious with the mugshot, that's a man that's not a non-binary person because in no way, shape or form could they appear as a woman the next day. Um, it's really offensive to even hear that, that they're. They could no way, shape, or form appear as a woman the next day because it, it would take them so much. Like Amazon Prime doesn't ship wigs and makeup it, it at least takes two days to do that. So they definitely couldn't have been a woman the next day. I, I like how they, they, he, she, the, the person being interviewed here, uh, still respects their pronouns with they, but still doesn't want to agree with them. That they could be non-binary and they don't, they could never appear to be a woman. They have not taken as, as many YouTube contouring training videos as I have, and they don't look to speak with a, a low voice to appear to be more feminine. This is so silly. It's, it is just so crazy to see this trans person. Right. And again, do you, I don't. But just seeing the hypocrisy here and, and seeing this person sitting here trying to say, well, I get to put this wig on and, and do my makeup this way and speak this way. And objectify women by, by delineating their role down to the clothes that they wear, the makeup they wear, how they roll their eyes in an interview, and then how they speak is just insulting. And then this shooter comes out and says they're non-binary. And, and this guy, this trans woman says, biological man says that, well, we don't claim them because they, they, they couldn't look like a woman the next day. Like, how does that, how does that now correlate? Cause even, even, it didn't say it was a trans. He said that he was non-binary or she, it was a he, the shooter was a he. Jesus. It's hard to not get all this mixed up in this fantasy land of, of words that we're playing in here. Uh, the fact that you have to walk that line when you're discussing these two things. But anyways, let's go ahead and watch the rest of this clip. And that's not a non-binary person because in no way, shape or form could they appear as a woman the next day. Um, it's really offensive to even hear that, that they're playing that role. Um, and if they're non-binary, why would you go after the club where you feel safe at? Why would you do that to a community where you Wait? Did they just say that it's offensive for somebody else to this? Okay, let's, this is crazy that I, I just realized this. This man pretending to be a woman is mad that this other man isn't. Pretending to be a woman well enough and that they're appropriating their culture. Meanwhile, they're this individual who is saying, this individual is appropriating their culture is appropriating the culture of women. in the very same breath. This biological man says that it's, it, it's, what was the word that he used? It's insulting. It's, it's, what did he say? Um, and if they're non-binary, why would you go after the, in no way, shape, or form could they appear as a woman the next day. Um, it's really offensive to even hear that. Is it offensive to hear that somebody is appropriating your gender? Ma'am, is that offensive to you? Because if that's offensive, imagine how it feels to be a woman watching you give this interview. With your hair and your contoured makeup and your eye rolls and your suddenly soft voice is that offensive? Because if that is offensive, then everything you are doing is offensive everything, but somehow you get to magically be offended because this man doesn't put on makeup as well as you do and doesn't have a wig on. How, what type of world do we live in where you can say that with your mouth and say that you are offended by this. Man saying that he's non-binary, which e which is even less of a jump of saying that I don't identify with my gender role and I don't identify with either gender role than you to say that not only do I not identify with mine, but I identify with your biological role and your bio biological makeup, not mine. Like you are literally there. There's nothing to appropriate in the non-binary space. You're just saying, I don't know what I am. There is absolutely something to be offended by when a man pretends to be a woman and then takes over almost all. Like, the thing about this is that you're, you're not seeing in, in the same way you're seeing men. All of, I want you to think through all of the famous people that you're seeing on TV right now about trans. Is trans. Is that a thing about trans? I'm gonna make it a thing just for the sake of this conversation. All of the famous people, all of the famous clips, all of them are all men pretending to be women or saying that they feel like they're a woman. They're not women being men or women saying they feel like they're men or saying that they should have been a man. Like all of the famous ones, think of them. All of them, all of the ones that were getting interviewed on Dr. Phil, all of the ones getting the makeup ad campaigns, uh, all of them are men pretending to be women. All of the, uh, Olympic level swimmers taking over, women, swimming, all of them. You don't hear about women pretending to be men going into men's. Uh, prisons and then somehow getting impregnated. Like, no. You hear about men going into women's prisons. You hear about the Caitlin Jenner, you hear about the whatever that guy is who is on Dr. Phil that was arguing with Matt Walsh. You see them, they're always a man transitioning to a woman. A woman, not a woman being a man. And it's an encroachment on women's spaces. It, if there was ever anything for like women's feminists to be an up in arms about, it's the fact that you are literally eliminating like the, the whole root of that is feminine and you're deducing femininity down to clothing, hair, makeup, and voice tonality. The hormones in your body, not what you were biologically made to do, not the fact that you can bear children like, and I've had this conversation too many times, but it was just so much hypocrisy going on here. All right, moving on. Just wanted to touch on that cause I thought it was pretty wild  and I'm glad that I did cuz I just realized how crazy ridiculous and insulting that was, that that trans woman says that she's insulted by the guide claiming to be non-binary because he doesn't look enough like a woman or he doesn't wear as much makeup as that they do. I don't know. Anyways, moving on. Uh, the next thing we're gonna talk about is going to be the Valencia situation. So we have the Valencia aga situation, and then we have Epstein, uh, accuser suing JP Morgan Chase. So we will touch on those two things. But first, What I need you to do right now, if you didn't already do it, hit that subscribe button. Leave a five star review. This is going to take me maybe 30, 20, 15, 20 seconds to go through this with you. And while I do that, you could have already done it. You'll feel good about it. You can get some great, beautiful, wonderful karma in your life. Fill your heart with joy knowing that you helped a good cause, helped the show grow. Leave a five star review, hit the subscribe button cuz we'll have episodes just like this every single week. And like I said last episode, we will be starting to incorporate more interviews. Uh, like the one that I did, I think it was episode number 46 or something like that, um, with, uh, Mr. Gerber. And that was an incredible interview about the, uh, the, um, phum Gong movement. If you have not listened to that is probably one of the favorite episodes that I've done since I started this. Go back. It was my only interview so far, and I'm highly, highly motivated to get back into it for one reason. Being that, uh, I am going to be piecing together, you know, if there's actually a book that I have behind me that's a tribe of mentors. So, and, and that's by Tim Ferris. So what Tim Ferris did is he took all of the interviews that he ever did. He had a, had a certain amount of lines of questioning that he asked these people in certain areas specifically to get feedback and to learn, and then to encapsulate all of that information and give it to readers. So I have this idea that I want to go through and interview all of the smartest people on some of these topics. And if you listen to the intro of the podcast, it's not primarily, this whole idea here is not just to be about current events, it's to dive deeper into what we think is normal, right? 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So, This is us jumping back right into it. Right back into it. Jumping right back into it. All right, so  this, if you have not heard yet, this is out of all of the things. All, all, there, there has been so much underground talk, so many whispers over the last three years. So many things that have happened since Epstein's name first became famous and his trial, uh, well, that we never really got to actually see, go through with, um, all went to shit when, you know, he killed himself, allegedly in a jail cell. Hmm. So ever since that day, there's been a lot of whispers in the conspiracy world, conspiracy world about, uh, the sexualization of children, about the propping up of sex rings with gin within the, and sex trafficking within the elite communities, the rich communities, which is primarily what Epstein preyed on. Almost the only thing that he preyed on was all of these rich elites, which is still, why there's not been a single indictment on any person who was in his flight log, which is just wild. But more on that in the moment. What we are talking about today is Valencia. Valencia is a high fashion, uh, brand who had a ad campaign featuring children with bondage teddy bears and alluding to specific court cases around child sex trafficking. Okay, so let's go ahead and read this. This is coming from some random website, uh, R e d u x x.info, which has something at the top of about feminism. I don't know, um, never seen it before. So take it with a grain of salt. But you can find this everywhere else too. This is all very real. Um, luxury fashion House Valencia is raising child safeguarding concerns after launching a new ad campaign featuring children in bondage themed toys that are, many are calling disturbing. On November 19th, Twitter used dat Cat D. Twitter user, uh, post is two screenshots of the Balenciaga official site, showing off images being used to promote the child's holiday gift shop. Both of the images featured very young children models holding teddy bears, but what looks like an innocent enough photo shoot at first glance will quickly, quickly raise eyebrows. Once the accessories the bears are wearing are given a closer look. So there's these two young girls sitting, standing on a couch and standing on a bed with teddy bears that they're holding one with a leather BDSM outfit on it, and the other one with some Lacey lingerie creepy like makeup around its size. It's all sexual, it's, it's disgusting. And so it goes on to say that in one photo, taken from the main page, the child is standing on pink bed, holding a teddy bear, wearing a fishnet top collar with a lock and ankle and wrist restraints. In the full size version of the image, a second teddy bear is visible in the bedroom wearing a collar and a blindfold. The second image taken from the gifts shops catalog, a different child model, is standing on the couch holding a teddy bear that is wearing a leather chest harness in a collar as it in the first and second teddy bear is visible in the room wearing more leather gear. Um, the bears in fact, handheld accessories from Valencia's Spring 2023 collection. Both of the screenshots posted were part of a larger series of photos, which began cropping up Valencia's official Instagram on November 16th. Uh, since then, six images in total have been released, all of which featured young models posing with items from Valencia's Gift Shop. One of them, uh, does not include a bdsm, only one of them. All of the photos were taken by National Geographic photographer Gabriel Gal. Bertie, whose Instagram features more photos of kids he has taken as a part of his toy stories project, a portfolio featuring photos of children from around the world and their favorite toys. And it's, if you go to this person's Instagram, they are all super creepy, super creepy photos of children. Now the next thing that is very first on here is statement. So we'll see if I can actually get this, which is from the photographer who did this. So I'm gonna pull up their Instagram here and see if I can read you their statement, because I'm sure it's just super impactful. Uh, let's try this. It is Gabrielle Gall. Gall Bertie Photo Gall Be photo. And let's see if we can get a statement. So the statement is the very first post, and it says, following the hundreds of hate mails and messages I received as a result of the photos I took from the Valencia campaign, I feel compelled to make this statement. I am not in a position to comment Valencia's choices, but I must stress that I was not entitled in whatsoever manner to neither choose the products, nor the models nor the combination of the same. As a photographer, I was only and solely requested to light the given scene and take the shots according to my signature style. As usual for a commercial shooting, the direction of the campaign and the choice of the objects displayed are not in the hands of the photographer. I suspect that any person prone to pedophilia searches on the web and has unfortunately, a too easy access to images. Completely different. Absolutely explicit in their awful content accusations like these are addressed against wrong targets and distract from the real problem in criminals. Okay. Also, I have no connection with the photo where a Supreme Court document appears that one was taken in another set by other people and was falsely associated with my photos. Now obviously they don't let, uh, they're not letting, uh, comments on that one. Let's see about what the comments are on this one. And yeah, obviously if you know anything about big brand campaigns and marketing, like those photos are not being released by Valencia unless they were meticulously scrubbed and set up in a specific way. Valencia, everything is intentional on the. Everything, every single piece of it is intentional on the set, along with a BDSM teddy bear, along with the court documents alluding to pedophilia, along with the demonn in the background at the top right of another photo along with the, the, the dates up on the wall of a different one that allude to a, a court hearing about a famous sex trafficker, like all of this, or, or pedophile. All of these weird little, uh, all of these weird little things going on at the same time and in different photos. And you think Balenciaga is not to blame. Yeah. Obviously this photographer absolutely knew what they were doing, and in all of this styles of this person's, uh, photos are all super creepy. Anybody who lets this person in their home, especially to do photos of their children should be highly questioned, like highly questioned. It's, it's super creepy. All right. Uh, but. I digress. It's all Balenciaga. It's all Balenciaga. It has nothing like the, the photographers also at fault, but Valencia as a brand decided to have that and, and including the fact that the photos that were there of the, uh, of the court hearing, which we'll get into in just a moment, was Valencia again. Okay. So yeah, it's definitely the photographer, but it's also absolutely Valencia's fault on so many levels. So the fashion House has since limited the ability for users to leave comments on Twitter or Valencia has just recently deleted its account and apparent protest of Elon's takeover. Wow. Way to take a stand Balenciaga by deleting your Twitter and then posting pedophilia based photos as a response. You're really, yeah. Team Balenciaga. Um, on Twitter, Valencia just recently deleted its account and the parent protest. Elon's takeover. Users expressed outrage and concern over the campaign with many pointing out the disturbing implications of the photo shoot. Uh, the looks on these girls' faces are also deliberate choice of the picture editor too. Very unsettling. And that's true too. Every, every piece of this is meticulous. Every, you know, this, this child looks like ugh, like horrified and weird about, and the other one looks like sad. And like they took hundreds of photos, hundreds of photos with hundreds of dis different facial expressions with different setups and different backgrounds and different lighting and different facial expressions. And this one just so happens to be of scared four year old children with BDSM dolls and pedophile based court hearing documents. It's disgusting. Uh, somebody else commented. Chipping away at those boundaries and normalizing this crap one campaign at a time. Balenciaga, uh, this disruption of innocence and normalization of fringe behavior seems like an effort to make acceptable, acceptable previously unimaginable scenarios like men and women's prisons and shelters, children having gender identities and adult dancing in libraries. None of this is acceptable. Women's Rights Campaign Group Keep Prisons Single Sex USA tweeted in response to the photos, who would've thought there would ever be a campaign group called Keep Prisons Single Sex ? The mainstreaming of harnesses has always been weird, but this is extra. The kids don't know it's fetish gear, but the adults seeing these pictures do. Valencia is Valencia's ad campaign comes at a time when the apparent normalization of youth exposure, the kink has become a point of issue for those concerns about child safeguard. Earlier this year, a parenting lifestyle outlet attracted widespread backlash after publishing an article encouraging parents to prep their children for exposure to nudity and public BDSM acts at a LGBTQ BT pride parade. How about no, in the article, fatherly provided the comment. Uh, yeah. Um, let's go ahead and move forward here. But this also talks about a new or Washington post time article or Washington Post article published a year ago that is titled, yes Kink belongs at Pride and I want my kids to see it. I'm gonna bet you don't have kids. Uh, Valencia has scrubbed its official website homepage and social media following increasing public. Both photos of the young children holding the Teddy bear accessories have been removed from the website and replaced by another photo from the campaign where the child is not so directly interacting with the bondage bear. Now the photo that they're talking about here is one that I'm talking that I've seen too, where the Balenciaga, so at the bottom left hand of this, this image, there's a Balenciaga, uh, like caution tape. And there's two A's at the beginning of Balenciaga. Now, if you know what that is, b a a l ball, you wanna look up what that means and it starts to get a li deeper. Now again, everything's intentional. They did not print this because on the chair in the background, Valencia is spelled perfectly fine in the caution tape, but on the one that's displayed very at the bottom left, not where you would think that it would be displayed, uh, it is. It is a reference to ball. All right. Uh, looking just on brave here. Ball. Ball is a demonn described in de immunological grims, such as the lesser key of Solomon. And the, uh, so it's a demonn, which means the Lord can knights worshiped ball and held rituals at which children were burned. Force sacrifice. This demonn, uh, is the first monarch of hell and appears as a three headed beast. Ball is cited as the grand grimier as commanding general of infernal armies. So there's another one that's under, uh, talking about malo. So child sacrifice and ball malac, abortion and secular humanism. That comes from a AOC international.org. Um, so basically this is a demonn that. Child sacrifices were done for hmm. I wonder why Valencia would be flexing demons with child sacrifice in the bottom left hand corner of a photo with a child in it, in their room. Also, on the backs of all of this, uh, you'll see that there starts to be some ties between, uh, Valencia and some of the people related to Epstein. As I saw some other people point out, haven't dived deep enough into that to actually discuss it here. Uh, but let's go ahead and read some of the comments on this. This is coming from the Reddit where this was actually, uh, brought up and let me sort here. What you'll know about Reddit is that they changed it to best. As the way to sort initially, uh, when it's always been top. So that's just their way of curating what you'll see. Um, now what the very first thing is here, uh, is that, uh, f those MFS is the very top comment, . So there's that. Somebody responded to that and said, Valencia should be shut down immediately. The parents' photographer should all be, uh, cavity searched. Wow. All emails, hard drives of everyone involved should be investigated. Those kids need to be in the morning news stating that they are fine and with family and friends, not with these parents. Under no circumstances can this be approved or allowed. This is the start. Right now it's just them, uh, pictures with those court documents. It's just them pictures with those court documents. That's a not good grammar. Later, it's the kids in less clothing, more sexuality. Uh, let's kill this right now. Um, yeah. Not much substance there. Uh, but what you're finding is that people are diving deeper and deeper and deeper into this Balenciaga stuff. This ball stuff is just the very beginning of it, but they're referencing a child's sacrifice, deity in another photo with a child in it. It, it, it's just crazy to me that this is just become so normalized that Valencia thinks that they can just drop this ad campaign in time for Christmas and everybody's just gonna love them. Anyways, uh, let's go ahead and move on here. Epstein's accuser is suing JP Morgan Cha Chase and Dutch Bank. Okay, so one of the people, now this person still remains anonymous, is not one of the more, uh, public eyed accusers, which, you know, some of them gave their names, some of them did not during Glenn Maxwell's court trial, but, uh, there's one of them is, uh, accusers. So maybe multiple. Let's go ahead and read the article here. This is coming from the Daily caller. It says, women who have accused Jeffrey Epstein of sexual abuse filed lawsuits against Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan Chase. Is it Deutsche? I assume? Deutsche. I, I'm, I dunno, uh, chase for purportedly aiding in his alleged sex trafficking operation. Yeah. Let's, let's talk about that real quick. Let's just talk about the role of, of banks in all of the, the social justice that is happening because Chase shut down the bank of Kanye. They also, uh, followed through on seizing for Canada, seizing assets of people, if I recall correctly, um, during the Freedom Rally. Uh, and they also, I'm sure in some way, shape, or form, are invested in or allow for the banking of Valencia Wouldn't surprise me at all. Uh, but you know, Kanye, you better get outta here for exposing the, uh, you know, what, what some people call the Cian Mafia, which does not exist officially. Um, women who have accused Jeffrey Epstein of sexual abuse filed lawsuits against Deutch Bank and JP Morgan Chase for purportedly aiding in his alleged sex trafficking operation. Uh, the suits seek class action status as an unspecified amount of monetary charges according to the Wall Street Junior. Lawyers who have represented many of Epstein's accusers filed both lawsuits in federal court. Thursday, the new the outlet continued. One lawyer, Bradley Edwards reportedly told Wall Street General in a written statement that the time has come for the real enablers to be held responsible, especially his wealthy friends in the financial institutions that played an integral role. Uh, we believe this claim lacks merit and will present our arguments in court was the response by Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan Chase failed to comment. Of course, the lawsuit cites allegations from New York State's top financial regulator about the bank's purported ties to Epstein. The JP Morgan Chase lawsuit is based on an alleged relationship between Epstein and a top executive at the bank. Oh, Who would've thought according to the outlet, uh, both lawsuits claim the banks assisted and participated in Epstein's alleged sex trafficking by enabling him to pay women for sex acts and making money off of his activities. The banks allegedly worked with Epstein for years after he pleaded guilty in 2018 to soliciting prostitution from a minor. The anonymous woman suing JP Morgan Chase used to be a ballet dancer in New York and was allegedly sexually abused by Epstein from the years 2006 to 2013. The others unnamed women suing, uh, the bank claims in her lawsuit that she was sexually abused by Epstein from 2003 to 2018. Well, um, Epstein died in 2019, allegedly when he reportedly committed suicide in jail pending a trial. So there you have it, folks. Hopeful. This leads to more conversation, at the very least. At least just that, just, just keep the conversation going about Epstein, don't let this conversation die. I'm happy these things are going, even if nothing comes out of this, because at the very least we're gonna start to get, hopefully more people, including the top executive at JP Morgan Chase, who is a part of this lawsuit called out for what they did. So, yeah, nothing coming from the conversation at the bottom. So those are my thoughts. I'm just glad this conversation's continuing. I'm just glad that Jeffrey Epstein's name and the story just did not die with him allegedly dying. Uh, I think if also, if you want to get into the conspiracy realm of it, if the, uh, head of the car. Can escape one of the highest maximum prisons in the world. You bet your ass. All of the wealthiest people in the world conspiring to get one man out of jail would probably be somewhat successful and they could probably find somebody to replace him with a blanket around their neck, just saying. And I'm sure plenty of them, plenty of them, plenty of them all own their own islands that Epstein could go live on from there. Now I'm not saying that's the case, but I'm saying it could be the case , maybe he's hanging out with, uh, other famous pedophiles like Michael Jackson on a, uh, random Island somewhere. And I hope not, and I hope that guy's dead and I hope he didn't get off, um, without, you know, dying as a result of his actions. But just saying might not be, uh, out of the realm of possibility. Um, so. Again, glad the conversation's continuing. Glad that it's just not going away because it could very easily fizzle out. Uh, but, um, here's a clip of Bill Clinton at a rally where a reporter asked him about his connections to, uh, Jeffrey Epstein. So let's go ahead and listen to this. Uh, so if you, you didn't hear that I No, you didn't. Uh, somebody said, what Can you tell to me more about your alleged, uh, connections with Jeffrey Epstein? And he laughs. Laughs at that. Laughs at the fact that he held 17 meetings behind the closed doors with Jeffrey Epstein at the white. On the White House logs was the single largest captured child sex trafficker ever, with the man who just laughed at a reporter questioning him about it and said, I think the answer is clear. Yes, bill? The answer is absolutely clear that you were a part of the creepy, creepy flight logs, had him over at the White House multiple, multiple times behind closed doors. And obviously, as everybody knows, you're a creep too, and participated in all of those actions while being on the flight logs with Jeffrey Epstein. At the very minimum, allegedly, you know, and I say allegedly because how many people have died by calling Bill Clinton out for something  in the past. So allegedly, I'm not gonna say it's for sure, but I got a pretty good idea that that Bill Clinton probably had something to do with all of this. That is what I have for you guys today. That is it. In the meantime, stay tuned for the interviews. If you have anybody that you think I should talk to in the space of the industrialization of our education system or the medical system, or parenting, or any of of those topics I discussed, feel free to reach out at Red Pill Revolt or Austin Red Pill revolution.co. Um, and I would love to hear from it, um, all of your suggestions on who I should potentially interview. I would love to hear it. So, um, thank you guys so much for listening. Uh, I appreciate it again, from the bottom of my heart. Uh, I, I really, really do. So, head over to Red Pill revolution.co. Leave your email for the podcast companion. Uh, I go to gifts and go.com/red pill revolution, and you can donate if you find some value out of these conversations that I have with you and want to support me so we can keep doing them. All right, thank you guys so much. I hope you have a wonderful day, and I still haven't gotten the stinger on this thing, so. Do, do, do, do, do, do, do. . Uh, bye folks.

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología
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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 15:38


Mafia desbloquea-cuentas en Facebook / Lo de FTX es incluso peor / ¿Centros de datos en el espacio? / Switch de 12 pulgadas / FBI detiene al creador de una web sobre Area 51 / Revolut Lite Patrocinador: Si estás buscando un vehículo eléctrico para tu negocio, pásate por los DTS Business Days de Citroën Pro. Del 7 al 21 de noviembre, tendrás ofertas exclusivas de leasing con financiación adaptada a tu negocio, o renting completo con todos los servicios de mantenimiento. — Descubre todo en profesionales.citroen.es, o en tu concesionario Citroën más cercano. Mafia desbloquea-cuentas en Facebook / Lo de FTX es incluso peor / ¿Centros de datos en el espacio? / Switch de 12 pulgadas / FBI detiene al creador de una web sobre Area 51 / Revolut Lite

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 76:04


A Burning Man nem csak egy művészeti fesztivál, hanem egy kísérlet arra, hogy hogyan tud 70 ezer ember egymással együtt élni 1 hétig úgy, hogy 10 alapérték tartja őket össze. Ez a beszélgetés egy korábbi történet folytatása és nem utolsó sorban egy önvallomás Backpacker Bori tolmácsolásában, mert amit 4 éve Bori még nem mert, azt most kipróbálta. Mint például az emberi autómosó

Oui Are New York
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Today with Claire Byrne
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Lunaticoin
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Lunaticoin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 140:10


¿Escribes blogs?, ¿cómpartes tweets?, ¿tienes un canal de youtube?, ¿cuelgas imágenes de tus creaciones? Todos somos creadores de contenido en algún momento del día. Lightning y la filosofía del valor por valor están tendiendo puentes entre creadores y consumidores de contenido para hacer posible que más y más personas se dediquen a lo que realmente le apasiona. En este podcast junto a Mauricio de Latinodos repasamos qué herramientas están Ya disponibles para empezar a comunicar y recibir valor en todo lo que hagas. Es un podcast donde la primera media hora trata sobre las posibilidades de la filosofía del Valor por Valor y luego pasamos a comentar las aplicaciones Lightning más TOP para creadores y consumidores de contenido. Lightning mejora a plataformas fiat como Paypal o Revolut y hoy te explicaré por qué. Encontrarás un seguimiento gráfico de todas las aplicaciones que repasamos en la versión de youtube: https://bit.ly/L167_Lightning_YT LINKS: Blogpost con todas las herramientas hoy mencionadas: https://bit.ly/L167_LinksBlog Web de latinodos: https://latinodos.social/ Twitter de Latinodos: https://twitter.com/hola_LatiNodos Escúchame en Fountain aquí https://bit.ly/Fountain_Lunaticoin Más información en mi BLOG https://bit.ly/LunaticoinBLOG Twitter: https://twitter.com/lunaticoin Contenido adicional en mi Patreon https://bit.ly/Patreon_Luna Mención especial a los sponsors de este podcast: Compra bitcoin sin KYC en HodlHodl: https://bit.ly/hodlhodl-luna Cómo comprar en HodlHodl: https://bit.ly/ComoComprarHodlHodl Infórmate sobre Minería en Braiins: https://bit.ly/Braiins_Luna Vive con cripto en Bitrefill: https://bit.ly/Bitrefill_Luna Toma prestado con bitcoin en http://bit.ly/Lend_Lunaticoin Consigue tu entrada para Adopting Bitcoin con un 21% de descuento utilizando el código LUNATICOIN

Red Pill Revolution
Putin Accuses Ukraine of Dirty Bomb False Flag Plan & Joe Biden's Failed Marijuana Legislation | Michigans Radical Proposal 3 |

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 58:05


On this week's episode, we discuss Russia accusing Ukraine of conspiring to commit a false flag by commissioning the creation of a "dirty bomb" against Europe. We also discuss WNBA player Griner being sentenced to 9 years in a Russian prison for marijuana charges, immediately segueing to a conversation about the failed Joe Biden legislation, which caused a total of 0 prisoners to be released in a failed attempt at gaslighting the into voting blue in the upcoming election. Lastly, we discuss Michigan's radical proposal 3, the single most radical legislation in the US regarding abortion and radical legislation.    Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Donate to support the show by going to https://givesendgo.com/redpillrevolution   Our website https://redpillrevolution.co/    Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to https://agents.ethoslife.com/invite/3504a now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV. Email austin@redpillrevolution.co if you would like to sign up in a different state   ----more---- Full Transcription   Welcome to the Revolution. Hello and welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams and thank you very much for listening today. We are going to touch on a lot of different topics today, starting with the former, former, I say former because of this news, W N B A player, Britney Grimer losing her appeal and will actually serve nine years in a Russian penal colony. I guess that's nickname for jail , which really sucks. We're gonna segue from that right into Joe Biden's marijuana hardens that occurred federally, uh, which Basical. Did nothing. As we will come to find out, we're also going to talk about Russian military warned the world that Ukraine was in the final stages of creating and detonating a dirty bomb that would spread nuclear radiation across Europe and that will also segue into the UN Security Council holding a closed door briefing and meeting about that situation. And then we will also discuss New York Supreme Court reinstating all of the federal employees for being unvaccinated and even orders back pay. So you'll find out how much that was. It's quite a bit of money. So if you were in New York and you were a federal employee, you might be decently happy right now if you stuck to your guns and this should be your payback. And then lastly, I am going to touch on proposal three in the state of Michigan. This radical proposal brings up so many different things that are going to affect our children. Um, all in the, you know, uh, guys, the Trojan horse that they say about Roe v. Wade. So we will discuss that. 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To the revolution. All right, let's go ahead and jump into it. Brittany Grinner lost her appeal, appealing the marijuana charges, and this is a W N B A player who will serve now nine years in a Russian. Penal colony. So this W N B A player tried to bring a vape pen cartridge on a plane to go over and play basketball, was found, was arrested. They even went afar as in the US trying to negotiate with a cre, a famous infamous, I should say, creator of bombs, Russian terrorists, to negotiate out this W N B A player. So, uh, that was a conversation at one point but didn't end up happening. And the Russian, the court will go ahead and read this article, which is coming from Vice News, always beloved Vice And it says, A Russian court rejected W N B A star Britney Grinder's appeal for a redo sentence on Tuesday, which means the all star basketball player will have to serve out her nine year sentence for drug possession and smuggling at a penal colony in Russia unless US leaders negotiate for her freedom, which is what I discussed a little bit earlier. During a virtual in court appearance, Grindr explained her case to the panel of three judges deciding her fate. I was barely over the significant. Uh, the significant amount of cannabis oil, people with more severe crimes have gotten less than what I was given. She said, according to Reuters, I did not intend to do this. In the days leading up to Tuesday's appearance, Grinner expressed through her attorney that she was not too optimistic about the court here, uh, ruling in her favor. It's been a long year for Grinder. Her case has taken place against the backdrop of war, between review crane and Russia, and an intense relationship between Russia and the United States. That is quite unfortunate. If you were going to get arrested in Russia, now is probably not the time to do it if you're a US citizen. . So very unfortunate for Britney Grinner. I mean, really you, you have to think that she kind of knew that this is what was gonna happen. This is a political pawn, right? The what is happening here is the Russia saying hey, or United States saying, Hey, we want that. And Russia going, Nana Nbu boo. I have your player. Right? So there's a reason this is happening this way. In normal circumstances, I wonder if it would be different. I honestly feel for Britney Griner, there's no reason anybody should be arrested for marijuana charges. Maybe if you're going to Russia, maybe don't bring it with you if you know that it's illegal. I mean that, that's the last place that I wanna get arrested. Honestly. Is it Russian prison? But you know, that was her choice. So it says, After months of delay, Grinner was sentenced to nine years in August, President Joe Biden has called on Russia to release grinner in the I in the US Department of State said Grinner is wrongfully detained. Which is hilarious because as we will find out in a minute, the ruling and hypocrisy that is going on in the United States about this situation and marijuana charges, which I believe should totally be legal, I absolutely do not think that there's any reason anybody should be in jail for possessing a plant that grows here on this earth. Let alone one that does not harm anybody, does not make you go crazy as the Refurb Madness Documentaries would make you believe from the 1960s, seventies, whenever that was created . But I, I, I think it's really unfortunate. I, I really do feel bad for her. That's a horrible situation to find yourself in, in literally the worst time that you ever could have ran into this situation. So, I don't know if the answer is going ahead and trading a W N B A player for a infamous Russian terrorist bomb maker. Maybe that's not the move. But I do feel bad for Brit Grinder, and hopefully they figure out something here. I, I highly doubt it though, given the circumstances. Hopefully it's, and in the very least, hopefully it doesn't end up really being nine years because going from, you know, maybe she's 30, mid twenties, 30, going from that to being 40 is, Gosh, I just can't imagine. What that would feel like in what your family looks like, what your friendships would look like. I mean, just sitting in a Russian prison cell and the cell that she's sitting in literally looks like the cell that they would put a lion in. That's just like a four by 10 area that you could barely move around in. So I guess that's kind of what all prisons look like. But absolutely nobody should be in jail for marijuana, federally, internationally, statewide. And that's what we will find out in our next portion, which is going to be that Biden's marijuana Pardons did not free a single person, not one. Now they made this big show leading up to the, the voting that's coming up, the primaries, this big show. That's going on here. And this didn't do anything. They knew it wasn't gonna do anything. Especially, you know, you kind of should have known that when Kamala Harris seemed excited about letting people out of jail that she put there, I'm pretty sure she put at least 14. It was either 1400 or 14,000 people away during the time that she was a, a judge. So the fact that she was going, Oh, it's just such a long time coming, Oh, is it Kamala? Because we know that you are literally the one hitting the gavel on the table, deciding these people's fate when it was up to you. Now that it's not up to you and you're using it as a, again, a political ploy to help voters maybe get on your side in the time where literally everybody has a problem with this administration has a problem with their decisions, has a problem with the way that those decisions are affecting their lives. And that's what we're seeing in, and that's what we're gonna see when it comes to voting is that the, the middle of the road, people who would normally have voted Democrat may not do so with seeing the. Unbelievable shift in the way that their lives were affected from the last administration to this administration, and knowing that the effect that these, this upcoming vote is going to have on what that looks like moving forward. So this goes on to say that by, and this is coming from reason, This is a new publication that I, I would maybe suggest looking into. Reason Free, Mu Free Minds and Free Markets is what it is. It's reason.com. Now, they had this article that says, Biden's marijuana Pardons did not free a single federal prisoner or deliver the expungement that he promised at all. Now, a single person was released whatsoever. It says a process that the White House called attention to the thousands of federal cannabis offenders who remain incarcerated. Now, what the, You have to understand where this actually came from. Biden pardoned people who were in prison in federal prisons for possession, but there is no federal laws surrounding. Possession federally . So he literally did nothing at all. Nothing besides play a little show for people that people could get behind. Even, you know, we watched some of the other podcasts that are out there, people sung praise around this. I think it was in the Tulsi Gabbard podcast with Joe Rogan that we listened to a little bit of that. They sung the praises of this. They said it's a long time coming, You know, they, they didn't give it a, a bunch of positive praise, but they were hopeful that this was actually going to do something. And now we know that it didn't, didn't do a single thing, didn't let a single person out. And this article goes on to say that Edwin Rubus has served more than two decades of a 40 year, 40 year federal prison sentence for participating in a marijuana distribution operation, taking into account good time credit. He is not scheduled to be released until August of. 2032. Oh my gosh. Rubis is one of about 3000 federal prisoners whose cannabis related sentences were unaffected by Joe Biden's Mass. Pardon for low level marijuana offenders. A protest at the White House today called attention to their Predicament. Biden's. October 6th Proclamation applied only to the US citizens in legal permanent residence convicted of simple marijuana possession under the Controlled Substances Act, or the District of Columbia Code. None of whom were still incarcerated. None of them, although his pardons could benefit as many as 10,000 or so individuals. That represents a tiny percentage of the overall simple possession cases, which typically are charged under state law. And that's the problem. His possessions always gonna generally be under state law, not federal law. The federal prisoners are generally going to be, what we just saw was a distribution charge. When it's above a certain amount and you're bringing it across state lines, it's gener, uh, you're not gonna have it be a federal.  sentence, it's going to be a state sentence. So this goes on to say that according to the 2021 report, more than 3000 individuals, we just, uh, more than 3000 individuals are currently serving marijuana related sentences in federal prisons. The report estimated that ending federal marijuana per prohibition, a step that Biden has steadfastly resisted, could reduce the federal prison population more than 2,800 over five years. This goes on to say your recent executive order, while a great first step did nothing to address the thousands of federal cannabis prisoners currently incarcerated in federal prison. 16 drug policy reform groups noted in an October 10th letter to Biden. While your recent executive order will help many, it will not release a single one of the nearly 2,800 federal cannabis prisoners. Not a single one. 18 states in the District of Columbia have legalized cannabis. There are thousands of Americans who are serving long-term prison sentences, including some life sentences in federal facilities for conduct involved involving amounts of cannabis that are far less than what dispensaries routinely handle on a daily basis. Wow. And then it starts to list some people that are currently serving sentences for this. I won't go ahead and read this whole thing, but you can catch it in the sub stack. Red po revolution.co.com is for losers and sign up there. It's free. Or you can be a paid subscriber and support, like I said. So I think this is wild. I, I 100% believe that marijuana should be legal. Federally, statewide, internationally. Do not think that there's any single reason if you're going to allow alcohol, which has done far worse things to far more people, far worse things, to far more people that marijuana has ever done, will ever do. Take a year of deaths, take a year of addiction, take a year of aggressive tendencies in people's households, of social conflicts, of bar fights. You will never, never see that be the result of marijuana ever. It's never happened. It's never listed. There's no deaths for marijuana ever. You might feel groggy in the morning if you take far too much. But if you drink yourself, if you use too much opioids, Oxycontin, that's given out like candy by doctors amphetamines that are handed out like candy to children by doctors. But yet marijuana is illegal for what you wanna know, why? We can go back into the history of this. There was something called, uh, at least this to, to my knowledge, this was the biggest push of the reason why there was the paper industry was there was a company that was a paper company in the early 1960s, fifties, sixties, around that timeframe. And paper was becoming mass distributed and a very wide scale, but hemp paper proved to be better quality. It proved that it was, uh, longer lasting. It proved that it would hold up. It would hold up better. It wouldn't tear as easily. It holds the ink better for many, many reasons. Hemp paper. Far better. And it was only until they figured out a machine called the Decorticator. The decorticator was a machine used to turn hemp into paper easily. And once the decorticator came out, the paper industry lobbied tons of money and tons of, you know, uh, articles and papers and briefer madness documentaries, trying to get a push, saying that actually in one of the very first articles that you find about this, it says that it was a attempt to push racism and, and combined it with the use of marijuana. It said something like, uh, marijuana causing Mexicans in the United States to rape people. It was like this was so outlandish statement that was said in this article, but it was all because the paper industry was very threatened by the hemp industry. So they went out and made the entire plant illegal. For a very, very long time. That's when Reefer Madness came out. That's, so, before this, it was all legal. There was no issues with it whatsoever. There wasn't a bunch of Mexicans raping people as a result of marijuana wasn't happening. Now again, when you go back to alcohol, if we were really concerned about people doing bad things on substances, then you would ban alcohol. You even look at somebody who does heroin, the worst you're gonna do is kill yourself. You're not gonna harm somebody else. You're gonna lay on the street and be homeless and you know, whatever comes with that. But it's not nearly what you see as the after effects socially, right? I think you should be able to ruin your life and when a hundred percent am under the idea, the libertarian aspect of my ideology is 100% under the belief that you should be absolutely able to ruin your life. And with drugs you can 100% ruin. With heroin, you can ruin your life. And even with marijuana, you can ruin your life. It can, for certain people, it's not a good thing if you overuse it throughout your day, you do it every day before you go into work. That's a horrible thing. You shouldn't do that. It's gonna make you unproductive. It's gonna make you not positive or not not do well in social environments. Very often, depending on what to what level, but also some people, it heals people. There's far more, many, far more, many wow . There is far more positive attributes to, to what can be used with marijuana if it's used properly. If it's used to treat anxiety at at low doses, if it's used in, in ways that allow you to sleep at night. There's so many proper uses for it. And we're pushing things like Tylenol, which has far more negative benefits over the counter. You can buy it right now, unlimited amounts, but there is, you can actually overdose on Tylenol. You cannot do that on marijuana. So there's my little rant on that. I do not think at all it should be illegal for anybody and including almost all drugs. I I really don't think that drugs should be illegal. I think you should be able to ruin your own life. If you wanna do a bunch of heroin and sit in the street all day and not go to work and not build a life for yourself, I think you should be able to. But when it starts to infringe on the rights of other people, that's when the government should step in. That's kind of my idea around legality and, and, and laws. Okay. I took a class about this and, and one of the questions was, what, what is the purpose of laws? I think the purpose of laws is to almost instill in society the golden rule. Do unto others as you would want done unto yourself. So if there's a, if you take a general population, you survey 10 people and they go, Would you like to be robbed? Would you like to have your life taken from you? Would you like to insert whatever law, whatever action that's aggressive towards other people? Here and see, would you like this to happen to you? And if you don't wanna be killed, if you don't wanna be robbed, if that's a general consensus from society that we don't want things done onto us that way, then you should not be afforded the ability to do that onto others. That's what laws are there to prevent. If you are enforcing something upon other people is how I believe law should be taken. I don't think speeding should really be a big ticket. Fine, or you should go to jail for speeding. I don't think, as long as you are not encroaching on the liberties of another individual, the government should not have the right to step in to do so to to, to throw you in jail and lock away the key. I think it's a crazy idea. So when you take that fundamental idea all the way to its end, what, what you understand is that drugs don't infringe on the rights of other people. If you're going to, And even alcohol. I don't think alcohol should be illegal. I think you should be able to drink yourself and then if you punch somebody in the face as a result of it, you should go to jail for punching somebody in the face. Hmm. I think that's generally positive direction. I don't think that you should be going to jail for alcohol. I think DUI is a different thing cuz the likelihood that you're going to be doing those things and putting other people's lives in jeopardy is 100%. But I think if you are drinking in, in public and you are not infringing on other people in their space, in by their whatever you're doing, you should not be going to jail for it. Absolutely not. Okay. So there, there's, there's my ideology behind laws. And when you start to think that through all the way to its end, a lot of things prostitution becomes legal. You're not doing anything to harm anybody else. Both people are are agreeing parties. But although that can get you into a separate conversation around sex trafficking being very prevalent in that community. But as long as that's not the case, then there you go. It should be legal. You're not encroaching on anybody's liberties. Let's segue here. , I'm not sure the segue how to, how to properly combine this, but Russia, this, this is a pretty wild thing that just came up, is that, and this is a a probably the biggest conversation that, again, is not being had in the us.  Russia basically doing a presentation about how they're building dirty bombs and they were using materials in the images from movies to depict how they were doing this dirty bomb. Like if you ever watched the, The Ghost of Kiev, The things like that. The propaganda videos. Yeah. They're pulling like stock photos of this and trying to show Now let's see if they actually were saying that it was real. So it says On Monday, the Russian military warned the world that Ukraine was in the final stages of creating and detonating a dirty bomb that would spread nuclear radiation across Europe according to Russia. Ukraine in the west would then claim the attack was Russia detonating a nuclear bomb and attack. The allegation is absurd because dirty bombs and explosive attached to chemical radioactive material are theoretical. Says the explosion would cause more damage than any radioactive material, but Russia's claims are made, made are more ludicrous by the images it used to sell. The theory still is from a 2018 Syrian propaganda film, a 2014 training exercise about disposing radioactive material and photos from nine 11 . So, so that was a part of their like slideshow, is that Russia was showing these silly stock images and videos from movies depicting dirty bombs, which, unless they were saying that they were from this, like they're pointing to it and saying, We have intelligence that we collected and surveillance that is showing that they're doing these things, but it doesn't mean the information's wrong. It says, according to the information we have two organizations in Ukraine have specific instructions to create the so-called dirty bomb cure law. Have said the works are at the final stage, the most ludicrous part of Russia's MOD's dirty bomb. And this is coming from vice again. So when you see the ludicrous this, the individual writing, this is a nobody, Matthew Gat, he's a journalist. So his, he is framing this conversation in a way that they're, they are, what they're trying to do here is they are trying to make it seem as if this is not true simply because of the images and videos that they depicted here, which were yet to see them say that they were directly from surveillance video that they collected. Hmm. Says so to give you. Yeah. And here, here comes more BS about it. So it goes on to say Higgins went over some more photos of the kin presentation one still from a slide purporting to explain. Ukraine's ability to build a dirty bomb seems to show radioactive material in the bag with a drawing of a barrel diagram on the top of it with the bird's creation of a dirty bomb above it. The photo is from a 2014 training exercise involving nuclear material. Another photo purporting to show the civilian impact of a dirty bomb is just a picture from nine 11. So, let's see. Again, I don't think anything that they're saying here was that it was intelligence. Maybe it's a, maybe it's an insinuation and that's, you know, silly and wrong, but not something to de-legitimize their theory if they have legitimate sources saying that they're in the final phase. That two companies were paid in commission to build. And the reason that we know that this is something that the international community is taking more serious than some random journalist at Vice is because the UN Security Council holds a closed door meeting with Russia on the dirty bomb allegations against Ukraine. And Russia is saying that Ukraine is going to use this dirty bomb in a false, in a false flag operation to say that Russia did it, that they were gonna use unlike Europe or something. So let's read through this. This is coming from real news, no bullshit. And it says in remarks following the closed door, Me in. In a United Nations Security Council meeting, Russia has officially communicated on a council that they have intelligence that suggests Ukraine is preparing to use a dirty bomb, a claim that Western officials refute in remarks. Following the closed door meeting at the un, Russia's Deputy UN Ambassador, Dmitri Polanski said, We're quite satisfied because we raised the a. Kremlin spokesperson, Dimitri Pesco also reacted to claims of from Western nations that accused Russia of fabricating Ukraine's alleged plan to use a dirty bomb saying, I don't mind people saying that Russia is crying wolf if this doesn't happen, because this is a terrible, terrible disaster that threatens potentially the entire world. Russia says that their intelligence agencies have uncovered a plot by Ukraine to develop a radioactive dirty bomb. Their intelligence agencies claim that the Eastern Mineral enrichment plant in the central, some Ukrainian name region and the Institute of Nuclear Research in Kiev is actual, is actively involved in the plot. This all comes as Ukraine has invited the UN nuclear watchdog to inspect two unidentified Ukrainian nuclear sites. Ukrainian foreign minister vowed that inspectors would receive full access to the undisclosed sites and called on Russia to demonstrate the same transparency. Interesting. Now again, what they're saying here is that they're claiming that Ukraine's going to use this dirty bomb against European countries to then say that it was Russia as a false flag, and then cause a nuclear war for the entire world, World War three, because the United States has said several times that if a nuclear bomb or something of the like is you, as they will respond accordingly. So literally, Ukraine is trying to start a world war, the third world war, which could end dull of humanity over Russia. I I, to me, it's been so frustrating to see all the propaganda you even see in that Vice article. The way that that journalist went about framing that conversation is completely d how much, how much intelligence and surveillance does some random writer advice have regarding Ukrainian dirty bombs top secret documents that were collected and shown to the. He's framing in such a specific and confident manner, trying to take away the legitimacy of that when it could literally be the thing. Putin could have just stopped a world war by calling out Ukraine for doing this false flag. Dirty bomb. 100% could have just stopped it by bringing this to the attention of the UN and doing the proper surveillance on them for doing so. There's nothing again. And if he's wrong, good. I hope that doesn't happen. I hope it wasn't the part of the plan 100%, but if he was right, he could have just avoided a nuclear conflict by calling them out for this false flag operation that they intended to do. And again, there, there's nothing right with this war. They shouldn't have been started in the first place. There shouldn't have been people on the border of Russia and, and they shouldn't have been trying to join NATO or the UN in, in trying to raise the conflict level. There shouldn't have been a coup in 2014, ran by the Obama administration. There shouldn't have been all of these things. But here we find yourself. I think the further that we get from nuclear conflict the better. But we're closer than we ever were in the Cold War right now to a nuclear conflict, and now as we've seen, it could have just been avoided with this specific incident being called out. So again, I hope he's wrong. Sounds like they have a lot more information than then this vice journalist , who's trying to frame it as this crazy idea that they would ever do something like that. And maybe there's a reason that they took photos from nine 11 trying to put a, what is it, a, a subtweet towards the United States, about nine 11 and, and you know, when in the same conversation around false flags. Hmm. Interesting. Who am I? Just a guy. The next thing we're gonna discuss here is going to be that the New York Supreme Court reinstated all federal employees fired for being unvaccinated and even went as far to order $40,000 in back pay for the employees. Thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you. If you listen to this before you, you know that at some point I had an opportunity for a pH, a position at a, a very high level position and a great company with a lot of money, but turned it down because I wasn't going to get vaccinated as a result of some large company wanting me to do so for employment, wasn't gonna do it. So here we find yourselves. We knew this was gonna come to this. We knew that eventually the Supreme Court, the, the Constitution was going to come into play just the same way that Pfizer wanted 70 years to come out with the data. Just not gonna happen. With the way that our constitution is set up, the way that our government is, has allegedly checks and balances. I begin to believe less and less than that as time goes on compared to what I was taught in high school. But I think that this is such a good step in the right direction, and I think that it's going to cause a ripple effect. I believe the same thing just happened in Washington. Uh, let me, let me double check on that. But I'm fairly positive the same situation just happened in Washington. The unvaccinated employees got their employment. Washington States says it will drop unvaccinated patient. Hmm. Yeah. You better. Uh, no. So it was a different, it might have been Washington, dc I don't know. It was a different state. Just did the same thing. So as, as these things start to piggyback on each other, as these rulings happen, they tend to have to, they set a standard and that standard legally tends to be applied in more multiple situations because you can point to these things and say, Hey, they decided based on the constitutional rights of the people, that you cannot infringe upon my own medical decisions for employment at the federal government. And so hopefully this continues to snowball and continues to bring on other country or other states, other employers that continue to do the same thing. Because that's exactly what should happen if you denied some of the employment or if you fired them as a result of not getting an experimental gene therapy that we knew nothing about, that we know now today was ineffective. That we know now today as there's a 4% rate of people getting their booster shot or aka another gene therapy for the fourth time, there's a 4% rate of people doing it because they see through the bullshit. They know that this did not help anybody. This didn't help anybody. It didn't do anything. All it did was make you sick potentially. Right? You know, all the people that got the covid shot, got the booster, and then were sick the next week. It makes no sense why you would do that instead of just letting your body run into it and then fight it naturally anyways. You're just putting it into people. What, And that's the actual vaccine, not the gene therapy. Those are two separate things, but when you're putting a live virus into your body, why not just if you're getting the same thing anyways, you're gonna build antibodies. And actually, as Dr. Fauci himself said, getting the virus. And becoming, You know, having your antibodies pre-built as a result of it is better than actually getting a booster shot. We know that factually, and he said it before he was getting pedaled money from pharmaceutical companies to push this vaccination goes on the same, and this is coming from Fox News State Supreme Court found that being vaccinated does not stop the spread of covid 19. Hmm. It says that the New York State, State Supreme Court has reinstated all employees who were fired for not being vaccinated, ordering back pay, and saying that their rights had been violated. The court found Monday that being vaccinated does not prevent an individual from contracting or transmitting Covid. 19 Proven in the court of law, New York City's mayor, Eric Adams claimed earlier this year that his administration would not rehire employees who had been fired over their vaccination status. New York City alone fired over 1400 employees for being un vaccinated earlier this year. After the city adopted a vaccine mandate under former mayor, Bill de de Blassio. Many of those fired were police officers and firefighters. I hope they don't return. I hope they return and then leave after they get their back pay. Actually, I think that's absolutely the best way to go. If you're a, that's the biggest FU that you could ever get, the state, give the state for firing you in the first place. Join them. Stay there for a month, take your $40,000 payout and then quit. Go to another state where they wouldn't have done that to you to begin with. All right. It goes on to say that, uh, New York firefighters associated President Andrew de Blassio or Andrew sbo and fed, uh, FDM y Uniform Fire Officers Association, President condemned Adams earlier the year after the mayor allowed an exception to the vaccine mandate for athletes and performers, even as firefighters were still being fired over their status. The pair called on the city to expand the exception to all New York. Said, we're here to say that the support to we support the revocation of the vaccine mandate to the mayor amounts on Thursday. Now, if I recall correctly, I'm fairly positive that Project Veritas put out a video of the Mayor of New York calling people like he saying a bunch of names about people, uh, who are the federal employees in the vaccine mandates. So let me see if I can find that video and play it for you guys, because I think it's really telling the way that he actually went about talking about these things. I'm, I'm fairly positive that this was him. Let me go ahead and pull up Project Veritas on Instagram. and I be fairly positive. It was the mayor of the, of New York, who was the one in this video being called out for saying these things. But I, I don't wanna waste any of your time here, so let's, let's go ahead. I'll, if I, if I do find it, I'll put it in the sub stack for you. And even if I'm wrong, I'll put that in the sub stack too. I'll find the video and then we'll. All right, so the next thing that we're gonna talk about here is going to be proposition three. So speaking about court mandates, there's a proposal going on in Michigan right now that is actually threatening the children in Michigan with this liberal ideology, extreme ideology, and I don't use that term lightly. This is crazy. Let, I'll read you about it. But from my understanding, I've gotten, I, I've been seeing a ton of things around, you know, proposal three Protect women, right? And it's coming off the backs of the Roe v Wade decision. They're, they're trying to utilize that platform to say that what this Prop three is doing is it's giving women rights to have an abortion, but it does far more than that, far, far more than that, and things that are very wrong. So this says that Planned Parenthood, the A C L U and other pro-abortion activist promoted ballot proposed the right to reproductive freedom. Right. You see how they call these things? It's, it's so stupid. The the do not kill puppies law. Right? The right to reproductive freedom. Reproductive freedom. Reproduce is the word in there. You're taking the word reproduce and turning it into, it's exactly the opposite, . It's, you're not reproducing anything. That's not freedom to reproduce, That's freedom to end the production, to end life. But it goes on to say that the R R F I that if pass creates a new unlimited and unregulated right to abortion at any time during pregnancy and in, and an additional undefined right to reproductive freedom. This goes on, and this is coming from a Great Lakes Justice Center, which is Great Lakes JC Dot. Says The radical proposal is not solely about abortion. Rather, this poorly worded change to our state constitution creates additional new rights and invalidates numerous existing laws protecting women, children, and parents. Activists falsely claim the amend amendment merely places. The US Supreme Court ruling in Roe v Wade back into effect, which you literally is, are not doing that, that the only thing about Roe v Wade is that it's just saying we're going to leave it to the states. So if you want to, if you want to have a a vote based on whether or not abortion should be legal in Michigan, do that. But what they're doing here is even using that specifically as a Trojan horse to allow for right to reproductive freedom for children, which is the way that this is worded, has many, many negative. It says The activists falsely claim the amend amendment merely places the US Supreme Court ruling in rural v Wade back into effect. Nothing is further from the truth. If pass the R F I Enshrines in Michigan's constitution, the most extreme abortion law in America on par with China and North Korea, the expansive, vague, and broad terms used in this new law are not defined. These fundamental new constitutional rights override any conflicting statue. So this would by far be, if Prop three is passed to Michigan, would by far be the most radical decision and ruling when it comes to abortion in the entire United States would allow it to literally any point until born. And in the way that the wording is ruled here, we'll tell you that and we'll read the actual laws. But it says, the proposed amendment to Michigan's constitution will do the following. And this is a bolded list. This is not the actual statute, but we will find it and we'll read that too. It says that it allows a minor child to have an abortion without the knowledge or consent of the child's parent. It says, Because of all the encompassing exceptions, the amendment effectively guarantees the right to abortion at any time, right up to the moment of birth. Further, it effectively guarantees the right to partial birth abortion and the right to terminate a child's life in the womb at any time based on the child's disability, gender, race, or for any other reason. And then one of them listed was for the patient's health, physically or mentally. So if they come in and like, Hey, I'm really distressed that I'm about to have a baby, which almost all women are, when you're gonna have a baby, it's a stressful situation. You're about to birth a child. It's meant to be stressful. It's meant to be something that is a big deal. And big deals cause people to have anxiety, cause people to have stress. And so if you go to your doctor and say, I'm supposed to be due in two days. I don't feel like doing this and it's causing me stress. They can legally abort your child the day before if they wanted to. It goes on to say that it overrides parental rights in directing their child's upbringing and education, especially in the area of sex education. Public schools will now have the legal right to inform children or inform parents about any issue relating to reproductive freedom In sexuality, parents will no longer be able to excuse their child from sex education classes because minors will have their own fundamental right to reproductive freedom, separate and dis distinct from his or her parents. What in the world, there's a reason, like we've talked about the advertising thing before, there's a reason you cannot advertise to children because children are dumb. The reason they cannot, their, their brain is not fully developed. They cannot instinctually between somebody who's trying to take advantage of them and somebody who is trying to do what's right for them. And also, your child is literally an extension of self. And you will, an individual will always have their child's best interest. Far more than any governmental agency, any corporate agency, any corporation, any group, anything. Your child, you are literally fabricated from the time that you have a child to protect that child and to do what's in the best interest of that child. Now, when you can find somebody who is mentally incapable of making right decisions for themselves, and then you can take advantage of them for profit, you know, like the $1.3 million that they make by convincing one single child that they're trans and having to do a lifetime of, of transitions and medications. And surgeries. $1.3 million is what it. Telling the parents that they no longer have any access to deciding whether or not their child has the right to go to sex education, What they're being taught about it, whether they can actually consent or not, is horrifying. Horrifying. And at what age? What age do you decide you starting to do it at 4, 5, 6, kindergarten, you're gonna have sex education classes, you're gonna have teachers pushing sexual ideology, you're gonna have these books explaining sodomy and all of these things that are far, far more advanced when you should be learning it than what you should be learning at kindergarten, first grade, second grade, fifth grade, sixth grade, seventh grade. I can go on with what these, Is it actually in these books that are in our children's schools? If you go watch the video, there was a, a whole group of families in Dearborn, 500, 600 parents at a parent meeting in Dearborn, Michigan. Dearborn is a very predominant, uh, Muslim and uh, Muslim and. Gosh, I'm, I'm, uh, CDE culture. So Muslim and Calen two different, I, I believe two different religious ideologies, but very fundamentally, uh, connected in the, in the cultures. And so there was all of these parents, so many parents piled into this room saying, We do not want you teaching our children these things. We have a say in what you are going to push on our children, Right? And then you understand the, those communities, they're, they're very protective of their children's in, in, in, from a religious sense too. What they're being taught about sex and those types of things. So rightfully, they're sitting in front of the school board saying, You're teaching things to our children that go against our religion. You have books in our libraries that go against their religion. And so they had a massive group of parents all getting extremely, extremely irritated with the, the school board at the school board. Saying, You know what? They're not even gonna make, they're, we're gonna sign a bunch of, a bunch of people are gonna sign this petition and we're gonna get them out of the school board. Then we are going to take over that school board and make the decisions for what's right for our parents. And that's what you have to do. 100% in today's environment is you have to take control of your child's life. You have to be the one who is making these decisions for your child's wife. Not, not. Abdicating the responsibility of your child's dis uh, life to corporations and government entities. That is literally what is going wrong in our world today, as parents have gotten so passive in the roles that they're playing in their child's life, when it comes to schools, when it comes to the entertainment that they're taking in, when it comes to the, the sex education that they're getting, when it comes to the, the things that they're consuming on a daily basis. Giving your child a phone at five, six, seven, ten, twelve, fourteen years old is ridiculous. There's no reason you should be giving your child infinite access to literally anything at any given time at the touch of a button. The second that they get bored. And so what parents have done is we, we've gotten into a position where parents have become pressing. They so gotten, gotten used to pressing the easy button saying, Oh, okay, nine o'clock I drop my cadets to school. What happens there? I don't care, but I don't have to deal with my. Oh, and then after that we're gonna, you know, come home, put on Disney Channel and let them watch Baymax talk to a trans person about how to use a, a pad properly when they're actually speaking to a man. Oh, and then we're gonna read a book about the anti-racist baby and abdicate that because it was pushed at the front forefront of Barnes and Noble book shelves in our kids' sections. We need to take control back of what we do as parents. And that's where this begins. It's, it's, it's far a, it's a little too late for the way that we were brought up our, you know, maybe our parents didn't exactly have these ideas of mine or didn't understand the venom that came with abdicating your responsibility to corporate entities or corporations or government entities. But there is an agenda. There's always an agenda. And behind every government organization, there is corporations that fund them. There is cism, there is contracts that being sent out to different companies. There is politics and everything, everything, all of it. And none of those people in any of those single organizations may be the teachers. Some teachers, a hundred percent absolutely have your best kid's, best interest in mind. Now, some absolutely do not. They're more so interested in pushing their ideology than they are doing what's right for your child, and those are the people taking on those jobs. So we have to take that back the same way that these Dearborn parents said, We're gonna sign a petition. We're gonna get them out of office. We're gonna take those positions and then start to take responsibility for what our children consume. Because obviously the people that are sitting there right now are not doing it for the best interest of the children. They're doing it for political ideology, they're doing it for clout, they're doing it for money, whatever reasons you wanna call it. But it's not in the best interest of our children. Let's read a little bit more about this. It says, It creates a right for minor children to procure a sex change via permanent and irreversible sterilization. Without the consent of the child's parents, without having to tell the parents at school, the teacher can. Literally connect them with somebody to go get a sterilization, to go get a literal body part chopped off of them inverted and inserted inside of their body with how many unbelievable implications in their mental health and physical health for the rest of their lives. Go watch the clips that I did last on the, what is a woman documentary breakdown? And it will be heartbreaking, heartbreaking to see these people dealing with these issues being pushed, this ideology being told that, Oh, just come to our side. It's safe over here. You're a, you're a a, a protected class now. Nobody can make fun of you. You're trans. It's cool. Look at this flag we got. Look at this hair color that your teacher has and if you wanna get a transition surgery, I have a number right here for you, kid. It's right here. Just, just call this number. You don't need to tell your parents. We have proposal three. Now. You don't need to tell your parents about your, your transition. We don't need to to have consent for children. They can decide when they consent. It creates a right for a minor child to procure a sex change via permanent and irreversible sterilization without the knowledge or consent of the child's parents, I would, oh my gosh, if somebody did that to my child and convince them at whatever age as a child to go get that done. Without my consent, I am burning down the institution metaphorically. Cia, if you're listening. Um, now this also said that it allows school clinics to provide contraceptives to children without the knowledge or consent of their parents. Creates new sexuality rights based on reproductive freedom that would alleviate over all other fundamental constitutional rights, prohibits enforcement of criminal statutes against statutory rape and child sexual. What and other similar statutes. In other words, sex between a 12 year old and a 45 year old man will now be protected under this new right. So long as the child consents. It literally changes the consent law in Michigan for having sex. So a seven year old, 10 year old, 12 year old, 15 year old can now consent to sex with an adult because Proposition three says that your child, your underdeveloped dumb child who's not smart enough to make their own decisions when it comes to these things, that is the reason for consent laws. You're literally legalizing pedophilia through proposition three. It's disgusting, rids the state of its current consent laws. It invalidates age consent laws, um, protecting minors. There is no age limitation for the amendment. In addition, numerous other laws regarding bans of state funding of abortion, parental notification, parental consent, informed consent laws, 24 hour waiting periods will all be invalidated. Provides the new right to reproductive freedom to all individuals, including children. The word individual is not defined. All children are individuals. The new right intentionally and by design does not exclude minors. It alleviates any type of sexual activity relating to reproductive freedom to the status of a fundamental constitutional right. This will include transgender rights In many other forms of sexual expression. Minors will be entitled to access puberty blockers, cross sex hormones, gender transition surgeries, and similar medical treatments as they all relate to sterilization and reproductive freedom. It says that it creates a new, undefined anti-discrimination protection that requires a government enforcement of those radical new fundamental rights. Abortions may be performed by any healthcare professional. The phrase healthcare professional is not defined in the amendment and is not limited to doctors. You literally do not have to have a degree to con, to continue within to do an abortion. . So what chiropractic offices are now gonna be doing abortions, they literally have the term doctor. You're gonna start slinging abortions outside of your chiropractor. I guarantee it. If they can profit from it, a lot of of chiropractors will do that under this new statue. And that's horrifying. Literally no. And then what the same thing Planned Parenthood's doing where they're selling the organs for profit immediately out the back door as you go watch those videos, those underground might have been Project Veritas that found the, the woman from Planned Parenthood talking about getting a Lamborghini from all the money that they were making from selling the stem cells, selling the tissues of all the children that they killed as an abortion guarantees the right to reproductive freedom to all prisoners, foster children, and all individuals under the care of the state. Wow. It's so crazy. It's so vague. It's so ridiculous. I wanna see if I can find. The actual law on it. Let me see if I can find the statue cuz it's so, it's such a minor. The, the article that I just read to you is longer than it itself, than the actual referendum or the, the change in the constitution. So let's go ahead and see if we can actually pull up MCL 7 55 20 Michigan Code of Law and let's pull it up. Here we go. Michigan Legislature, 7 55 20. Oh, that's the specific one. Let's see if we can find the actual, the actual full writeup of Proposition three. Michigan Full. That's what we're Googling. And if you didn't know, stop using Google. Start using something called Brave browser. Brave browser doesn't take any, uh, doesn't take any of your data. Use Brave Search. Actually, Brave Browser is nice too, but definitely use Brave Search instead of Google. So let's see. It says that. Who are the campaigns? The ballot title, The ballot summary. Okay. Article one of Section 28, Ripe to Reproductive Freedom. The ballot measure would add section 28 to Article one, Michigan Constitution of the Michigan Constitution. Following the underlying text would be added. All right, here it says, And this is it. This is it. This is the whole thing. This says Article one, Section 28, Right to Reproductive Freedom one. Every individual, every individual has a fundamental right to reproductive freedom, which entails the right to make and effectuate decisions about all matters relating to pregnancy, including but not limited to prenatal care, childbirth, postpartum care, contraception, sterilization, abortion care, miscarriage management, and infertility care. An individual's right to reproductive freedom shall not be denied, burdened nor infringed upon, unless justified by a compelling state interest achieved by the least restrictive means. Now, withstanding the above, the state may regulate the provision of abortion care about after fetal viability, provided that in no circumstance shall the state prohibit an abortion that in the professional judgment of an intending healthcare professional is medically indicated to protect a life or physical or mental health of the pregnant individual or mental health. The state shall not discriminate in the protection or enforcement of the fundamental right. The state shall not penalize, prosecute, or otherwise take adverse action against an individual based on their actual potential perceived or alleged pregnancy outcomes, including, but not limited to miscarriage, stillbirth, or abortion. Nor shall the state penalize, prosecute or otherwise take adverse action against someone for aiding or assisting a pregnant individual in exercising the right to reproductive freedom with their voluntary. For the purposes of this section, a state of interest is compelling only if the limited purpose of protecting the health of an individual seeking care consistent with accepted clinical trials of practice or evidence-based medicine, and does not infringe upon what that individual's autonomous decision making. Fetal viability means the point in pregnancy when the professional judgment of the attending healthcare professional and based on the particular facts of the case, there is a significant likelihood of the fetus's sustained survival outside of the uterus without the application of extraordinary medical measures. The section, this section shall be self-executing. Any provision of the section shall held invalid, shall be severable from the remaining portions of the section. Now, this is scary because this is a very high likelihood of passing unless a people go out in droves in Michigan and start lobbying and, and getting around the idea that they should not be allowing this vague, and, and again, I am not for I, I am not pro. I am pro-life in that sense. And, and I don't even like thinking of it that way. I, I think that there are certain circumstances, you know, where we wanted to get into very, very small, limited percentage, low likelihood that very, very small percentage of abortions are being done for the things that I believe that should be protected. It's like 90, 97 or 98% of all abortions are done under the guise of convenience. I made this statistic up, but I'm fairly sure it's like 97% are done not for any specific health reason at all. Socioeconomic, it's, uh, convenience. It's whatever you wanna call it. But the reason that this has, there, there's 10 million, $600,000 that has been donated to the cause for proposition three and 426,000 for those who oppose. And you gotta wonder, A C L U of Michigan, American Civil Liberties Union, Planned Parenthood Action Fund, who to thought that a company profiting from the fetal tissue and. Stem cells of dead babies are the ones that are actually funding to get this passed. Hmm. Seems like there's a vested interest there. Planned Parenthood advocates of Michigan. Who would have thought? And the only ones that are sending money to contribute towards donors to oppose. This is kfc, Michigan State Council. Right to Life of Michigan. Michigan Catholic Conference. So there you have it. Get out. Vote, Vote, Vote. Michigan. Because this Proposition three is the single most radical legislator, the single most vague legislation, the single most radical legislation that has ever been proposed surrounding abortion, surrounding children's rights to get sterilized without parental consent surrounding a child's right to consent to sex at whatever age that they feel necessary. As long as the child says, or was convinced to believe that they should be able to consent. It's crazy. It's horrible. It should not pass and only because of the climate that's been created around Roe v. Wade, is this even a consideration? Because I guarantee you, if you go person to person in Michigan, outside the state halls and, and actually ask people whether they think that a 12 year old should be able to consent to have sex with a 45 year old and that 45 year old should no longer be prosecuted for doing so, Proposition three literally legalizes pedophilia in that way, they are no longer liable, as long as they can convince the seven year old, eight year old, 10 year old that they want to consent. And that makes me sick to my stomach, makes me sick to my stomach to hear that that's even a possibility. So get out, vote, do something about it. Spread the word. If you're not in Michigan, at least post about it. There's no reason that just because it's not in your state, because this is coming to a state near you if you do not speak up, even if you're not in. Speak out about it because this is the manifestation of radical ideology. That is all this is. So on that note, thank you guys for listening. 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In this week's episode, we discuss the recent cancellation of Kanye West (now known as Ye) for speaking out about the elite of our country who control the media, politics, entertainment companies, and contracts of those in high celebrity positions. We watch all the controversial clips and hear what he said firsthand, then discuss where I think he was correct and where I believe he may have crossed the line. He has since lost his access to banking with Chase, has been sued by George Floyd's family for 250 million dollars, and had the podcast where he spoke out on this topic completely pulled from all platforms.   Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Donate to support the show by going to https://givesendgo.com/redpillrevolution   Our website https://redpillrevolution.co/    Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. 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He's been canceled off of basically all of the social media platforms and I. He's speaking out on something that we here have been talking about for quite some time in many different ways. So we will discuss, basically I listen to this three and a half hour podcast with him. I listen to all the interviews. I waited a day or two to see what else came out. Um, but some of the things that we're gonna discuss here is he had his bank account canceled by JP Morgan Chase. He had, uh, is now, uh, had a lawsuit filed against him for 250 million by George Floyd's. Uh, he did say a couple questional little things, which we will also address. Um, and then he went on Chris Cuomo's, uh, new show. I didn't even know he had one until recently. Um, but we will break that down too. He talks about, you know, basically the systemic racism behind basically putting the whole black vote as he called it, into a, a, uh, you know, a term that is used to describe, there's no white vote. He talks about. I mean, there's really some really interesting stuff, some really deep layers of the, you know, conspiracy world, which he kind of peels back here and just sheds enough light on it so that it really starts to illuminate some of these questions that you can bring up in yourself and start to dive deeper into. So we will get. All of that today. But first, thank you so much for listening. I appreciate you from the bottom of my heart, what you already know, but I would appreciate it even more if you could go ahead and hit that five star review button. And if you're not already subscribed, go ahead and subscribe Every single week we have conversations just like this. Um, talking about what's relevant, what's current, what are some of the, you know, crazier things that are going on in the world. Um, and we will get to all of it, but only if you subscribe will you be able to follow along. So go ahead and do that. Head over to red pill revolution.co.com is for losers, and you'll be able to sign up for the sub stack. You'll be able to get all of the articles, uh, documents, uh, videos, all of the stuff that we discuss here today. Um, and I will have that one out for you by the time, uh, basically this podcast is out tomorrow. Um, so make sure yet you're there. Uh, again, I appreciate you. Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart, and welcome to the Revolut. Welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red Pill Revolution started out with me, realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpret about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoonfed as a child. Religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it. Everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain. And I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the Revolution. All right, let's jump into it. The very first topic that we're gonna discuss today is, again, this is all gonna be on the rapper, formerly known as Kanye West, who currently goes by the name, yay. Um, probably gonna mess it up a bunch of times, but he got pretty upset at, I believe it was Chris Cuomo. Um, I think the other one was a sexual assaulting weirdo. I'm not too sure that the other one isn't. Um, but, uh, Chris Cuomo, he got, got a earful from Ye, um, about that. Um, but I'll probably just call him Kanye because that's how everybody knows him as. So, um, Kanye West basically went onto Tucker Carlson. So we'll start from the very beginning of this story. Kanye West went on to Tucker Carlson and talked about the election, talked about, you know, um, a lot of different subjects and some of which got pulled out of the interview. Now when those clips that got pulled out of the interview got released, a lot of people were starting to call Kanye West an anti-Semite for saying things, more generalizations about the Jewish community, but more so specifically referring to the entertainment industry, um, being owned by singular families and those who are in high positions of power in the entertainment industry that own some of the largest news media corporations in the world, uh, that own the contracts of the music artists. All of those he was pointing to saying that they've screwed over the, the black community, the entertainment community for far too long. And he's sick and tired of it, that they've been calling him crazy. They had his kids ripped away from him based on that narrative, which they started through the news cycle. And you'll actually see how hard, uh, Commo goes after him on that same thing, you know, just that immediate point, uh, which was pretty interesting to see after him already calling it out right now. Now, what I find to be interesting is that since doing the interview, The interview where he was talking about how they were censoring him for calling out the truth. The interview has since been pulled within literally 12 hours of that three and a half hour podcast, which was from the, uh, what, what was the name of the podcast? The Drink something. Um, let me look up the name of it for you here, and you can still find it. They, they had it on YouTube. But let me go ahead and see the actual name of it. You can still find it, but it's from random little mirrors. It's called Drink Champs. So if you go to YouTube and you type in drink champs and then filter with Kanye, then filter your, uh, times based on, you know, filter your results based on time and then do it over 20 minutes. There's a bunch of people, and then go by upload date even. And you'll probably bill be your best way of listening to the full three and a half O power, uh, hour interview. But I pulled all of, I think his strongest points into this here. So on almost all of. I don't believe that Kanye is wrong. I don't, I don't, I think some of his generalizations were a poor choice of words, and I, I think there was one or two things that he said that were questionably, uh, maybe not very tactful. Uh, but I, I don't think in general the hi, the sentiment of what he was saying was racist. I don't think it was antisemitism. I don't think that at all. Um, now we'll discuss the ones that I do think were a, a bit controversial in the way that he approached the conversation, um, and, and, and create your own thoughts about. Uh, but the very, the first thing I I wanna show you is that this got pulled within hours. Now if you go to the YouTube comments, go to any clips talking about this, I mean, at least majority of them, depending on which platform, but almost every single one of the YouTube clips that are posted to discussing this conversation and talking about it in a negative light are getting ripped apart. The YouTube community, the community at large, the public voice is on Kanye's side on this. It seems like, according to all of the common sections that I looked into, everybody, almost every single comment was on Kanye's side, right? People are almost insulted at this point that you think that your audience, that you think the general public are so stupid that you won't even allow them to listen to the words coming out of Kanye's mouth. Right? And why is. , Are you afraid of the words or is he just crazy? And we, it, it's, it's the same thing about covid misinformation, right? It's the same exact thing. We don't think you're smart enough to decipher what's true and what's not true. So we're just not even gonna give you the other side of the argument. Well, I think that generally means that your argument is fairly weak, and I think that's what the public is generally sick of, right? The American population is far more educated than most populations in the history of humanity. Yet you think Kanye West's opinion in a three hour interview where they're drinking the entire time is going to persuade somebody one way or another and, and convince them. That's how scary Kanye is, that they're, they're gonna convince somebody of wrong, think false information, um, based on his words, even if they wouldn't have otherwise come to that same. Right. You don't think people are able to sift through information? Personally, I think you should be able to listen to anything, right? You, you should be able to go read mind comp from Adolph Hitler and decide whether his, his words were correct or not. Obviously, you're gonna come to the same conclusion as basically everybody ever, which was, Yeah, everything he did was terrible and horrible and he a bad, the worst person ever and everything he did and his sentiment, you know, I could go on. Obviously we know that we don't need to go into that, but you should still be able to read that book and you can, and you can, right. There's a couple quotes that we'll talk about, but let's go ahead and listen to Nori, uh, who is one of the hosts of this podcast. And him basically on his knees apologizing for how much hurt he caused the world by allowing you to listen to the words. And, and now go listen to that full episode. And you'll see he did not feel this way at all throughout the entirety of the interview. He was laughing, he was joking, he was having a great time. And what you're gonna see is those, the sentiment of Kanye West Yay. Uh, between his interviews is vastly different when he's approaching. And in the conversation with Cuomo, he is in a vastly different tone of voice, a vastly different, uh, uh, personality than, than he is in otherwise. And in the other interview, he's much more loose and he's talking from his heart in the other interview, and he's talk on the defensive so much in the Chris Cuomo interview that it makes it, you know, kind of crazy to see the variations from one to the next. Um, Let's go ahead and talk about this first. Let's listen to The Apology by Nori. I think that's how you pronounce his name. Um, and then we'll, we'll talk a little bit about some, some of that, the, the cancellation, because I think, you know, and I, I posted this yesterday, um, and, and I'll just kind of quote it verbatim for you because I, I, I truly think that this is, uh, telling, right? I think and, and, and this is what I said on Instagram at Red Pill Revolt, Kanye being canceled for calling out the entertainment industry after pandering to the black community for profit simply proves his point. Right? So, Kanye being canceled for calling out the entertainment industry elites for pandering to the black community for profit simply proves this point. You are useless to them once you stop playing. And what I mean by that is literally by canceling Kanye's episode, by showing him that, that, you know, you cannot speak on this topic. Even, you can't even talk about this. You can't even bring this up or you're gonna get canceled because that's what Kanye was talking about. He was getting canceled for bringing up things that you weren't supposed to talking about. Talk about the mainstream media, talking about supporting Trump, talking about, uh, you know, 20, 24 elections. All of those things led to him getting, you know, called crazy, him losing his children. Um, all of this stuff. So let's go ahead and listen to this apology and see what you think. I just, I'm here to say I apologize to anybody who felt like I let let them down, cuz I did feel like I, I did let them down to a certain extent because like I said, I did check him later, but by the time I checked him, it was like, it was already kind of like too late. So I can't. I can't be mad at Baller alert for, you know, posting the footage, uh, that I don't want them to post. Cause I, I'm not mad at them when I post the, they post the footage that I do want them to post. So, yeah, I do feel, I do feel let down. I do feel like I didn't do the right job, but this is a learning experience. I am not, I did not go to school for journalism, but that's not excuse. You know what I'm saying? So there you have it immediately within a day ripping down the YouTube. Because why, why do you think, how many threats do you think he got from the same people that Kanye is saying are threatening his life? Right. How many, how many, uh, industry leaders came to him and told him, If you don't take down this episode, we are going to tear you apart. You're gonna lose your brand. We're gonna come after you for lawsuits. All of this. Right? And immediately, the only way he's do, they're taking that down. They had a gr like those guys were laughing. They were drinking together, They were having a great time, and all of a sudden he's on his knees begging and apologizing. For even hosting a conversation with somebody and letting them have a conversation about it and releasing it to the general public. If you're not afraid of what you said, why are you afraid of what somebody else said? Why would you be afraid of the things that came out of somebody else's mouth? You should let them listen to them. And if they're an idiot and they're wrong, and what they're saying is a horrible thing, let people decipher that for themselves. Because if you are a terrible person, the the best thing that can happen to you is people can find out about it. You can make it public. People will hear the words coming from your mouth, especially in these long form con, long form conversations, right? If you thought I was a sociopathic idiot by now, you probably wouldn't listen to me. And so in this case with Kanye, let them listen to it. Let them hear it, let people decide. And if they think he's a racist jerk, and if they think that the things that he's saying is wrong, then you shouldn't take that away from the people being able to decide that on their own. And the only reason that you're pulling people or pulling that episode is because you're afraid of the real things that he said that called out the industry elites. That is truthful, right? If you look at some of the quotes that come out of this, you know, George R. R Martin said this, When you tear out a man's tongue, you are not proving him a liar. You are telling the world that you fear what he might say. Hmm. When you tear out a man's tongue, you are not proving him a liar. You are telling the world that you fear what he might say. When you are censoring somebody, you are not concerned about the world, realizing that that person's an idiot. You're afraid that they're going to agree with them, and that agreement's going to start movements right? And Kanye had a great quote, I didn't pull it, but it was a good one. Um, where in this, where he said, You know, if I throw on short shorts in a tank top and I just start running, and people look at me from, from a afar, they're gonna think I'm crazy. Right? If I'm sweating, if I'm dripping, I have blisters on my feet and I'm just running by myself in, in short shorts in a tank top people are gonna think I'm, I'm weird if I'm running just for 25 miles, 26 miles, right? People are gonna think I'm a weirdo, right? Until my feet bleed and you know, they're gonna think I'm crazy. But the second you throw a number on me and you put a hundred people beside me also running, and you call it a marathon, then nobody thinks you're crazy. There's power in numbers and they know that, So they wanna rip this off of the platform. They are afraid of the movement that might happen against these elitist communities at the top of the entertainment industry. That talking about Disney, talking about the music industry, talking about several of the largest mainstream news corporations, you know, this is a quote from Kanye, from the Cuomo interview. He said 50% at least, of the people that own the contracts of rappers NBA stars, you know, he is talking about the black community specifically and saying that the, you know, the people that are making the most money that are black are, are completely owned by contracts of people who are at least 50% of the time of Jewish ja descent. And, and so that's where the whole antisemitism conversation came up of immediately calling him an antisemite for saying that the entertainment industry and the people primarily that are putting him in bad positions and other people that are owning the black community through contract agreements are doing so. And he said it's a modern form of slavery. Which I find to be very interesting. So let's look at this next. So the one we're gonna look at here is that the George Floyd situation after this one. But the first one we're gonna look at is JP Morgan Chase. Okay. JP Morgan Chase. Immediately following the, uh, con or the Tucker Carlson interview, uh, basically made it, They, they pulled, they, uh, went after Kanye for, they basically told him he could not bank with them anymore. Let me see if I can pull this up and talk about it. Okay. So here's the exact letter. Now, Candace Owens speaks on this and says, Earlier today I learned that Kanye West was officially kicked out of JP Morgan Chase Bank. I was told there was no official reason given, but they sent this letter as well to confirm that he has till late November to find another place for the Yeezy Empire. And here's what Kanye had to say. Say about that. And then we will read the letter. You know what I'm saying? JP Morgan, I put 140 million into JP Morgan and they treated me like shit. So if JP Morgan Chase is treating me like that, how they treating the rest of of y'all? No, that's outrageous. Yeah. And this is murder arrest with Chase account. If they're treating him like shit, putting $160 million through their bank, if they're censoring him, if they're getting rid of him off of their platform, what do they think of the rest of you? What are they gonna do to you? When you start speaking up on social media platforms and you have a social credit system, the exact same thing that happened to Kanye West here. This is a preemptive strike of censorship. You, they literally allowed Jeffrey Epstein to bank at JP Morgan Chase. They've allowed terrorist organizations from what? From articles that I've read. To bank through him, allegedly. Okay. Through JP Morgan Chase, but they're not allowing Kanye West while Jeffrey Epstein could bank at Chase Bank. That is telling after he was a convicted pedophile, after he was a convicted sex trafficker. But you say one thing about a community, and all of a sudden you get your entire banking platform stripped from you. We talked about this before, the banks are the linchpin to freedom. Now. They can pull you out of their banking platform at any moment if they don't like the things that you say. We saw this with PayPal. PayPal, literally saying that they're going to charge you $2,500 if you say something that they don't like, and then immediately retracted it because of the backlash that they got. Those were literally documents that were leaked from PayPal. They never said it was wrong. They just said, we didn't intend on doing that, which is just saying, Oh shit, we messed up and we're, we know now that you guys wouldn't have liked that Right. And how much money did they lose as a result? I think PayPal dropped like 10% or something crazy as a result of that. So here's the letter of what actually happened. Is that dear? We are sending the letter to confirm our recent discussion that JP Morris Morgan Chase Bank has decided to end the banking relationship with Yeezy LLC and its affiliated entities to provide the company with sufficient time to transition to another financial institution. We will continue to maintain the accounts, including all related products and services until November 21st, 2022. To avoid any transaction delays, we suggest that you stop processing company transactions and or using any products associated with the accounts five business days before the schedule closure date set forth above. After that date, the bank will close any open accounts and after deduction of any permissible service charges and pending transactions, remit all remaining funds in the form of a check delivered to the company. At the address of record. We ask that you promptly transfer your business to another financial institution before November 21st, 2022. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to call your usual banking contact. Thank you for your attention to this matter. Sincerely, JP Morgan Chase Bank. It's the same exact people that he's critiquing own JP Morgan Chase. It's the same exact exact people that he's critiquing, you know, the same elitist community that so happened to fall under this specific name, that own basically all of the. Interesting. Um, so let's go ahead and talk about the next thing here, which is the George Floyd situation. George Floyd's mother is suing Kanye West for $250 million for saying something that may very well be accurate, as you will find out in the very next clip, allegedly. So let's go ahead and pull it up. George Floyd's mom suing for 250 million. Now, what Kanye West said is that he does not believe after watching a documentary, it's funny that they're not suing the documentary Cuz documentary comes with receipts, but $250 million for saying that he does not believe that George Floyd. From a neck on or a knee on his neck. Now we've heard people like Joe Rogan say that we've heard people all over have that, that idea in mind, and especially thinking from like a jujitsu perspective, if you don't know, I trained jujitsu, you know, literally choke people for fun. Um, when you understand where, where the, the blood comes from in the neck, right? And, and the way that you have to, how long you have to sit on top of somebody to make them die after they pass out, after they're unconscious. And how you, how you, how difficult it is to stop the flow of blood with a pretty. Choke, pretty good blood choke or strangle on somebody. It takes quite a bit of effort. It takes a little bit of time and it takes a lot of technique, right? You have to understand what you're doing. You have to understand how to approach that. I would be very hard pressed to figure out how to stop the blood flow from both, uh, both of the, uh, arteries on both sides of your neck with one knee, with the concrete on the other side, cuz your chin and your jaw would basically protect this other artery and it would remain allowing blood flow to your brain. I, I, I just don't understand how that would work. Now, I'm not saying that this wasn't false. Right. Um, but you can make that decision by yourself after we watch the clip from the documentary just released by Canice Owens. Um, but I think this is wild. I think it's crazy, and I think that this could raise a conversation that's really, really makes a community wake up to what happened through the Black Lives Matter protests, right? If you don't know, but Candace Owens just released a documentary about Black Lives Matter, talking about where all of the money basically was funding their own lavish lifestyles and mansions paying off bodyguards who were actually her husband's business. And like a million dollars or $2 million for bodyguards, um, paying, you know, uh, what is it like sexting companies and, and phone companies and prostitutes allegedly through the, the corporation and the entity, um, for doing so. It, it's so crazy. So let's go ahead and watch this video and then we will discuss it. Here is what Kanye West or Yay. Had to say about George Floyd, and then we will see what we think and if it was accurate. Here we go. I, I watched the George Floyd documentary that Candace Owen put up. One of the things that his two roommates said was, They want a tall guy like me. They want a tall guy like me. And the day when he died, he said a prayer for, you know, eight minutes. Mm-hmm. , He said a prayer for eight minutes. They hit him with the fentanyl. If you look, the, the guy's knee wasn't even on his neck like that when he said, Mama, Mama, his, it's his girlfriend. They said he screamed for his mama. Mama was his girlfriend. It's in the documentary. But something that hit me, that fucked me up when I was watching the documentary and it said they want a tall guy like me. When I looked at that image of him, this tall black dude with the bald head, he reminded me of somebody else who you think he reminded me of, Virgil, he reminded me of Virg. So let's go ahead and look at this here. Here's the do, uh, the article that talks about his mom suing him for $250. Uh, so it says, George Floyd's Family Preps $250 million lawsuit against Kanye West for overdose comments. It goes on to say, and this is from the New York Post. The mother of George Floyd's daughter, uh, says that she plans to file a 250 million defamation lawsuit against Kanye West for suggesting that Floyd died of a fentanyl overdose. Lawyers announced Tuesday. What you'll find out when we watch this next video, that it was in the trial for this, that he had basically three times the lethal dose amount of Fentanyl in this system. Um, so we'll see how the lawyer and, and the expert there tries to wiggle his way out of that with words. But this is not gonna, there's nothing that will happen to yay as a result of. There. This is gonna get thrown out just like everything else because there's so much documented proof, So much documented proof from the actual medical records from the autopsy, which shows that he did have fentanyls in the system on top of having meth in his system at three times. Three times the lethal dose amount for a regular individual. So we'll watch that in a minute, but it goes on to say that Roxy, Washington plans to file a suit on behalf of her and Floyd's minor daughter, Georgia, or I'm sorry, Gianna Floyd accusing West of making comments to promote his brands and increase marketing value and revenue for himself. His business partners and associate, which that had nothing to do with and obviously hurt him, didn't help him. The 45 year old rapper who now goes by ye made the comments during an hour long interview, three hour long interview Sunday on the drink Champs podcast, Floyd 46 died in May, 2020 in a caught on video arrest by Minnesota Police, in which he since fired the Sense fired Officer Derek Chauvin, who was later convicted of murder could be seen kneeling on Floyd's Neck. Now to say this was tragic that, you know, I was outraged by watching that video. There's no reason that officers should have been doing that. Again, coming from a jujitsu perspective, there's, that was untactful that was unnecessary. You should absolutely, if you're professionally retaining people physically for a living, you should absolutely know how to do it without causing harm to them. And you know, even in jujitsu, if you put your knee on some dude's d neck while he's laying on the ground, you're a dick and, and you're in a professional position here, he shouldn't have done that. It's wrong. You know, could that have caused death? I'm not a a a doctor, I'm not a autopsy specialist, so take it with a grain of salt. I have a little bit of knowledge coming from a world where we literally make people choke unconscious with strangle holds for the purpose, you know, of simulating this type of. But he absolutely shouldn't have done that. It was wrong. It was a little bit too violent compared to what you should be able to do to retain somebody like that. You should. He already had his back. He could have taken back control. He could have, you know, easily put cuffs on his hands. They should have absolutely. If guys bunch of fentanyl, he should be able to take control of this individual. Um, especially while he is sitting there pleading for his life. It was wrong. It was terrible. Nothing I will say here will go against that. Um, but now here's one thing that I kind of think is weird is that they said they, he ye said they hit him with the fentanyl. I don't know if that's accurate. How could you even have three times lethal dose within minutes if they did it? I don't see how that makes sense. I don't think that the cops did that. Um, I think, you know, What I remember, he had some sort of drug history. You know, he was in, you know, some other type of, you know, porn and things like that. So he wasn't, you know, the most above the law person. Um, but I, I think saying that they hit him with the fentanyl may be a little bit of a stretch. Um, I don't know if I agree with that. Um, I, I have no reason to agree with that. Okay. Um, if you look the, this is what Ye said. If you look, the guy's knee wasn't even on his neck like that. And we'll see that in the documentary footage that I pulled, is that it was according to the portion at least of what they showed, it'll show the whole thing. I don't even wanna watch the whole thing. I didn't wanna want to watch it when it happened. Um, you know, it's just terrible. But, uh, according to the, the video that we're gonna watch here, it shows that it was on his collarb. , I'm sorry, on, on his, uh, his shoulder blade, not his collarbone. Um, now it says that we will take all appropriate and necessary legal action. A few of your attorneys at, uh, employees, agents, partners, associates, and representatives fail to comply with this demand. Um, it said that the letter demanded that he inter the interview be taken down from all over the internet and demanded that Wes not make any further statements about Floyd's death. Interesting. Now they show a picture where his knee was absolutely on Derek Chauvin's neck. Okay, now, Your arteries are here, putting your, the knee on the back of somebody's neck right here. I I, again, the only way to kill somebody that's gonna make you uncomfortable, it's gonna make you pissed off later when you go home. And you gotta rub, rub out your neck with a, a foam roller, but that's not gonna kill you having a knee right here, right? That's not gonna do it. You, the veins and your arteries run the front of your neck right here. And so if you have a knee back here, it's not start stopping either of those main arteries. And that's just, again, just this part of the picture. Um, you, you basically have to stop both arteries to stop the blood moving through the brain, um, and, and actually kill somebody with a strangle. Um, it says that a, uh, show them also claim that drugs found in Floyd's system are responsible for. Uh, but a medical examiner determined that a lacks of lack of oxygen and compression of Floyd's neck were the cause of death. Chauvin also pleaded guilty to a federal charge of de depriving Floyd of his right to be free for the use of unreasonable force by a police officer. Okay, let's go ahead and watch the documentary because I think this fairly well refutes this claims. And none of this is like hearsay. This is all coming from the actual trial of Derek Chauvin's death, or I'm sorry, of Floyd, of Mr. Floyd's death of, uh, so let's go hot. Derek Chauvin was the one that was convicted of murder to correct myself, . Um, but George Floyd here. This is from the trial Derek Chauvin's trial, and we'll see what they have to say right here. This is the medical examiners. This is the, um, the autopsy specialist, and here it is from the perspective of Ms. Frazier's camera. It appears that Officer Chauvin's knee is on the neck of Mr. Floyd. Yes. Would you agree that from the perspective of Officer King's Body Camera, it appears that Officer Chauvin's knee was more on Mr. Floyd's shoulder blade? Um, yes. They had to have the jury believe that it was a neck restraint. It was the knee on the neck. It was asphyxiation that killed George. However, there was a ton of evidence that George Floyd consumed a toxic lethal cocktail of fentanyl and methamphetamine. Did it appear that Mr. Floyd said, I ate too many drugs? Yes, it did. Let's put it in perspective. Three grains of fentanyl on the head of a lead pencil. Enough to kill you. Enough to kill me. And so they had to continuously inculcate the public to believe that Derek Chauvin intentionally premeditatedly murdered George Floyd and drugs had absolutely nothing to do with it. As, as Lindsay and the toxicologist presented that awful testimony. And you have to think with the, the what was going on in our nation at that time. Could you imagine if he got off Derek, Derek Chauvin got off during that situation, Could you imagine what the public outrage would have been had he not been convicted of murder? There was already riots in the streets, There was already businesses being burned. If you don't remember that, that was so crazy during the lockdown that this happened, and literally our politicians allowed it to happen. So could you just imagine what would've happened if he got off during that? So, to his point, you know, they could not, and, and they, meaning, you know, the, the prosecution, the, the specialist, the judge, I mean, just the, all of their careers would have been ended immediately. Their names would've been, you know, written in blood on the streets. Metaphorically, it's, you just, it would be so difficult to even imagine the. Right. And then you go look at who is funding blats. Black Lives Matter is some of the very organizations that are being discussed by YAY or Kanye West in his remarks, and we'll look at that in a little bit. So let's continue this clip here. Do you recall describing the level of fentanyl as a fatal level of fentanyl? I recall describing it in other circumstances. It would be a fatal level. Yes. In other circumstances, had Mr. Floyd been home alone in his locked residence with no evidence of trauma and the only autopsy finding was that fentanyl level, then yes, I would certify his death as due to fentanyl toxicity. And they show a graph there. Fentanyl, toxicity of three, whatever. The, the way that they, uh, measured that, I think it might have, might have been like micrograms, um, three micrograms or whatever the measurement was there. It's not big enough on my screen. Um, but, and, and he had 11 and three was basically the average amount that it takes to kill somebody. So he had 11. And you, I like how he says there, you know, if he was at home and sitting there by himself and had he, you know, not been outside, then he would've died of fentanyl. 100%. I would've said that. And he didn't say a hundred percent, but he said, you know, that's, that's what I would've said is that he died of fentanyl overdose, but he didn't die inside of his home. Right? As if being in your home or out of your home has anything to do with your cause of death from a drug overdose. Now this goes on to say, and I will zoom in here, the police body cam footage. Uh, let's look. The police body cam footage also reveals George Floyd's claimed that he could not breathe prior to being put on the ground. And then I believe it. I know how to breathe, can't breathe. I can't breathe. Take a, I can't breathe here. Come on out. And then here it will say, and I'll just give credit where credit is due. This says the greatest lie ever sold, and this is on the daily. Plus. So if you want to go find that breakdown, and this is the second time that I'm talking about the Daily Wire Plus here in their documentaries because they've been killing it between Matt Walsh's, what is a woman, and Candace Owens now doing the Greatest Lie about Black Lives Matter. Um, I for one will go and watch that over the next few days and report back to you guys on it, um, because I'm very interested. Okay. Um, so let's go ahead, uh, and pull up the next situation. Although, let's touch on this for a little bit. I think that's interesting. I I, it's wild to me that he's now being sued. It's not gonna go anywhere, especially once you understand what we just heard and, and how within the actual case itself, this was discussed and talked about, and that he would have, according to that medical examiner, he would have died if it wasn't already from Fentanyl. That would've been their, their, what they would've said would've happened. So, you know, maybe being under stress and also having a lethal amount of fentanyl in your system has something to do with it. For sure, definitely could be a possibility. I'm not saying it's fentanyl alone, but having that e extra amount of stress on your body, or, you know, stress, anxiety, fear, all of that happening while also having three times the lethal dose at the exact same time. Yeah. It's probably, if you had to say which came first, the Fentanyl overdose or the knee on the neck being a part of that, it would probably be the Fentanyl had a, a major portion to do with it, which is actually pretty crazy that, that guy's, you know, I assume in prison today. Um, now let's go ahead and look at some of the, the other things that he said here. One of the things that I'd like to discuss is one of the more questionable things that Kanye said, or yay . I only correct myself because, uh, Kanye or Ye says that that was his, you know, West was a slave name. Uh, so he decided to change his name as a result. So, yay had some questionable things to say that that talked. And specifically, you know, a little bit about the Jewish community at large. Now, there is something to be said here, you know, that, that kind of preempt this. Uh, I, I have several Jewish friends. Uh, you know, I, I know several people. I grew up in a very Jewish predominant community. Um, so. You know, that's not like, you know, I have a black fund, so I'm not racist. No, not that, but I, I do understand the Jewish com community a little bit. The Jewish community is a very tight knit community, more than any other community that you or I really know of or understand. They, they generally do business only with each other if possible. Um, they're, the ways that they are, are together during, you know, worship their actual community centers. The where they live are all very specifically focused on their religious beliefs and, and their community at large. And if you understand, the way that Orthodox Judaism works is you are only considered, It's funny, I I get asked almost every time I walk past, there's always these younger, uh, boys out there probably doing something for their church where they're handing out pamphlets and I always get asked, you know, are, are you Jewish, Sir Apparently I look Jewish. Um, but, uh, but basically what you're only considered Jewish to like Orthodox Judaism, if your mother's. And the reason for that is because it's literally pa the passing from my understanding of it, the passing of your, uh, your genes and blood directly from Jewish descent. If your father's Jewish and your mother's not Jewish, you cannot be considered Jewish according to like Orthodox Judaism. Um, which is a more extreme type of Judaism compared to, you know, there's different levels, I guess, of this . Uh, but your mom has to be Jewish and it comes down to bloodline. Uh, so in this particular situation, you know, you have to understand where he's coming from. That is a very, very, more so than any other community, very tight knit in the way that they do business, the way that, you know, all of these things. So he talks about even being jealous of the way that their community is, how they only do business together, how they build these empires together. You know, how, you know, they, uh, one thing I was reading into is a lot of the, the Jewish community made their money off of, uh, you know, again, I don't know how correct this is off of, uh, the movement of, uh, having. Basically being lawyers that were doing divorce settlements to begin with when the, the predominant Christian legal teams weren't doing them. Um, which made them a lots of money, which made them a, a very, uh, powerful financial force in the communities that they were in. So, very interesting stuff. But again, I, I, I think the way that he approaches this conversation is very untact. I think the way that he frivolously throws out the Jewish community, and not specifically just calling out the families, the, the, the elitist families, like the Rockefellers, like the George Soros, like the JP Morgan Chase families, like all of these very predominantly elite families. Uh, and, and blood. That own almost everything that are very much so a part of the Black Rocks and the Vanguards of the world, and that own the entertainment industry, that own Disney, that owned msnbc, that owned cnn, that own all of these corporations from the shareholder standpoint, right? It's not like the CEO of every one of these companies is Jewish, but the shareholders, the one that make the final decisions and say the one that need to be appeased by the CEO or by the president of the company that will get removed if they don't, is had by the balls of these companies like BlackRock and Vanguard, which is very much so intertwined with these elite families like the Rockefeller family. And one thing Interesting. Yeah. We won't even go there. Let's, let's go ahead and pull this up and we'll listen to this and then we'll talk about that. Here we go. Here's the questionable things that Kanye West said that I don't agree with, right. I think that you have to separate it from the everyday Jewish individual and family and you know, even religion in general from. The way that he's talking about these things in some aspects, but majority of what he talked about was not that majority of what he talked about was about the people who owned the contracts, the Black Rocks, the Vanguards, the JP Morgan Chase's, the Rockefellers, all of that. But let's, let's go ahead and listen to this here, But, um, um, but it can't, it can't be narrowed down to, like you're saying, there's, you're saying Jewish media, but it's the media. There's, there's, there's people obviously in, in, I'm not narrowing down. I want Jewish children to look at they daddy and say, Why is Jay mad at. Hm. I want all the kids that love my shoes and love my songs to say, Why is ye mad? What have you done to his people? To the darker juice to our brothers, right? That has Jay speaking up, that had Nick Cannon speak up. Ice Q speaking up. What'd you say? Would you say Blacks is Jews? Blacks are Jews. Also, we gotta say we love Jewish people then we love Jewish people. We love, dude, we got great, we, I love Jews. People, okay, so I'm gonna be like my homie's a Nicaragua Jew. His dad came from Poland, escaped the Holocaust. Holocaust. His mom is Nicaragua. All right, so I'm gonna stop that before we get to this next point, because the next thing he says is quite interesting. But it, you know, the thing that he says there is, I want Jewish children to go to their dad and go, Why is ye mad at us? Why is Kanye West mad at our community for these things? And the reason, and he says it, and he points it out at specific times of the conversation that he's generally not speaking about them. But this was a very untact way to talk about this. And yeah, it's wrong. Don't do that. That's, it's not the way to approach this conversation. If you want to call out the elite communities, if you want to call out the entertainment industry, if you want to call out Disney, you want to call out the, the owners of your contracts. It's not the local guy down the street wearing a yamaka, doing all of the right things and being a good father and being a good husband. It's not who it is there. There's far more people in the Jewish community who are unbelievably great people that have the best of intentions that are, you know, very nice and pleasant to be around and, and not screwing over Kanye in contract agreements. . I think that's very, very easy to say. Right. So yeah, don't say that that's wrong, but the PR prime predominant point of what YE was making here in not that point was what I was talking about before. Now the next point that he makes here, and, and again, that's probably one of the only things that he said that I found to be questionable about the Jewish community. Literally probably one of the only things that he said, and the point remains the same. He believes that the Jewish community at large is so glued together, is so strong as a community that later on he says, I'm so jealous of them. I wish the black community was as strong as the, the Jewish community. I wish that we just did business with each other when we could. I wish that we raised up and, and helped to, you know, helped each other in need. He wishes that his community was more like them because it's an amazing community who's very glued together. Some would say if it was the Christian White community that was doing those same things, it might be considered, I don't know, maybe not. Maybe if it was just white people in general that stuck together, only did business with each other, you know, only propped up their communities, didn't give money elsewhere, didn't do those things that he's alleging that they do and screwed over other communities on contracts as he alleged. Yeah, maybe that would be considered not okay if it was just the white community. So when he says, you know, I wish our black community would do the same thing, does he wish that all white communities would act in that way if white people in general only did business with each other, only supported white businesses, only helped white people because of the color of their skin? I think that's inherent. Not. Okay. And I think that's the point of what he's making here, is that if it was just white people doing that to each other, maybe not what he's making, but what I'm making is that if it was just white people doing the same thing where they only helped people in their communities as he's alleging where they only did business with each other, where they only gave loans to each other, where they, where they, you know, in the ways that they interacted with other communities, utilize them and as a tool to profit, um, then maybe we would be having a different discussion here. Maybe . So let's go ahead and listen to this next point that he makes, because again, while a little, uh, exaggerated and a little, a lot exaggerated, the point remains the same in what he says here. Um, and we'll, we'll listen to that. You'll be like, I don't know what's going on. And by the way, we haven't escaped the Holocaust. We still in it Plan B, Planned Parenthood. We are still in the Holocaust. Even the, even the information put in our music, the toxicity put in our music. Mm-hmm.  is nothing promoting the idea of a king, taking care of a queen, and then taking care of the future kings and the future queens. It's just us talking about killing each other and Jewish people getting paid off of it. Okay. So there's a couple points there that I wanna talk about. The first one being he says that we're not out of the Holocaust. Now the Holocaust is a term that's specifically used for this timeframe. Jewish people were unbelievably eradicated at, at very high rates over sentiments that their culture was, you know, as age as a whole was to be eradicated based off of their belief systems, not based off of the way that they developed and used contracts. Um, so  a little bit different in the sentiment, and that's what I think you have to differentiate here, is is this antisemitic in the way that he's approaching their religion? No, he's, he's talking about the way that the, the community, the, the highest up of the community interact at large in these contract negotiations. Um, so let's, let's make that differentiation now when he uses the word Holocaust and relates it to plan B and relates it to Planned Parenthood, he has a very, very good point. Okay. When Kanye West calls, Plan B and Planned Parenthood, he makes an a very good point. Now, using the word holocaust for that is very, again, maybe a little untact, but the point remains the same, you know? And, and I don't know, may, let me look that up. Let's, let's see the definition of that, because I, I wonder if it's, let's, let's see. I, I don't know specifically if that's used to describe the event in general. Yeah. It's used to describe the event in general. So maybe don't, don't do that. And don't compare it to that, because there are two horrific things. Oh, wait, no, it's not. No, it's not. The very first definition of Holocaust is great destruction resulting in the extensive loss of life, especially by fire, which, ugh, that's horrible. So that's the definition, The very first definition, the secondary definition, uh, is the genocide of European Jews. The third definition is a massive slaughter. So used correctly ye used holocaust correctly in describing Plan B and describing Planned Parenthood, We have talked about this before. You go back to where Planned Parenthood comes from. Was Margaret Singer. She was the, the predominant force in pushing it across the country, and she was a Nazi loving or Nazi or KKK loving racist. Okay. She was for the eradication of the, the very weeds of our community. If you can go listen to the quotes of what she said about it, it was a racist move that she was trying to eradicate specific races in lower income communities. And black people are predominantly, predominantly at much higher rates affected by Prime Parenthood, affected by abortion, affected by Plan B, unfortunately. And so what his point is there, a massive slaughter. As the definition of Holocaust is correct, there, there is a massive slaughter of black children potential, uh, potentially being eradicated as a result of not, potentially is absolutely not being brought to this earth as a result of plan's. Parenthood, abortion is absolutely a massive slaughter on the black community, and it is predominantly affecting minority communities, and that's what he's speaking to. Again, this is what I'm talking about, the trickles of truth through the ways that he's saying these things, in these explosive manners. There's merit to a lot of it. Not all of it, but a lot of it. And this is one of those things, you know, he, he calls it the Holocaust, right? A Holocaust, Not the Holocaust. The Holocaust is how it's used when you're talking about, um, the Nazis during World War ii. But he makes a great point here, and this is something that should be talked about in the black community that they, they shouldn't be at the highest rates of abortion shouldn't be minority. Because what is that doing that's furthering, furthering you being the literal word minority? Who knows, If you go back and look at the statistics, they may not be considered a statistical minority if abortion wasn't a thing. And that keeps the, the, the white communities that keeps the, you know, all of these, you know, whatever you want to call it, against. On the opposite side of that, that are the lower affected communities, including white communities that are not as affected at higher rates as the majority, the majority community that's out there. And, and, and there are people in power who potentially and what we've seen here do not want that to be. And so he makes a great point here. Now, another great point that he makes is when we go on to talk about the black vote, talking about Candace Owens talking about some of these other things here. So let's go ahead and listen to that and we will discuss that as well. Cause if they're, once they cancel four SoFi stadiums because of what's classified as wrong, think right? Because you have group think, right? It is very important.  to have the black vote be in group think and to not separate from the thought and be in completely in line with the agenda of the left. The Jewish media and the Chinese, that's a lot of Chinese things got something to do with it. They got something to do with everything. This is my issue with Jared Kushner say, Okay, now we made a couple of really deep points there as well. He talks about the black vote. Do you remember what Joe Biden. If you don't vote for Joe, Joe Biden, if you don't, Jo . Wow. Why is that hard to say? If you don't vote for Joe Biden, then you ain't black. That's what he said. He literally called this out to a t. Joe Biden specifically said that you're not even black if you don't vote for me, because we have a black vote. There is a community that we need to persuade and, and, and predominantly within the black community, if you are a Republican or a conservative black individual, yeah. You're gonna have a, a, be criticized at a much higher rate than others. Just look at Candice Owens, right? You see that all of the time. And look at the way that Kanye had to deal with these things when he was a supporting Trump. There's absolutely that deeper point that, that he just made. That's very, very deep that the black community could definitely profit, you know, socially from understanding that they shouldn't be manipulated in this way. They shouldn't be manipulated in a way that makes them feel like they have to vote for a specific party. Or else you ain't black according to Joe Biden. And then he even says that, you know, 96% of the black women voted for Joe Biden because of Kamala Harris, 96%. Can you find that in any other community that they're split in that way specifically just because somebody of, of their, you know, skin color ran? I don't think so. It's crazy how much that that group think has been, been pushed and, and, and weaponized by the liberal agenda that you have to think this way. And Joe Biden called it out to them specifically in a very racist way. If you don't vote for me, then you ain't. Because you have to vote for me because we have structured it in a way socially that doing so is social suicide. And that's why they started to call Kanye crazy is because he started moving people over to the Republican party and conservatives over to the Republican party. And I think that's an amazing point about what's about to happen right before the midterms is Kanye is building a movement. A movement around the idea that this does not have to be the way. You do not have to vote liberal, you don't have to vote left, you don't have to vote for Joe Biden. And even if you don't, you're still black, you still have the same skin color, you still belong to the same communities and it has nothing to do with the fact that you voted for one way or another. And you actually are supposed to have your own individual thoughts, not based on your skin color, social beliefs, or whatever. You can own your own ideas regardless of what your skin color is and who you wanna vote for and what you believe about these social topic. Right, but that's not, that's not easy or that's not good for their party, right? That they will have such a difficult time winning anything if the black party, the black vote as they called it here, understands that you don't have to be 96% to the liberal party. If you're black, you can, you can vote for whoever you want. It's okay. You don't have to make those decisions based off of your skin color or just because, you know, And I get it, you know, there's never been a black woman as vice president. That's awesome. There was Barack Obama, um, you know, two presidencies ago. Uh, but. You know that, that, that should be propagated, but in the right way for the right reasons, right? Because that's an intelligent individual who represents your belief systems, not just specifically as, as he said here, only, you know, in that portion of the interview that said 96% of them voted for her. You know, what did he say? He, he said, You would've thought Beyonce was running . You would've thought Beyonce was running based off the statistics. Um, it's pretty crazy. So he makes a very good point there. Now the next one that I wanna look at here is the next portion of that. Let's go ahead and re-listen to it cuz it's such a quick little clip. Um, and we'll talk about the secondary point that he made. Cause if. The black vote, be in group think and to not separate from the thought and be in completely in line with the agenda of the left, the Jewish media and the Chinese. Now he calls out the Chinese specifically there, which is interesting. You know, a lot of people say, you know, even Donald Trump said China Joe. You look at all the business deals that were done through the energy companies that Hunter Biden was a part of, right? Saying that this is intertwined. And something even more interesting, maybe not more interesting, but we'll talk about in a second, is that Kanye West calls out the fact that the Clinton party, the Clinton family was on a Zoom call with Kim Kardashian, Chrisy, Teagan, all of these famous celebrities, literally pushing the fact that you need to push the vaccine, which we'll look at in that Chris Cuomo interview. Uh, but the other thing that he says here is that we're being told, you know, we're being pushed out in these social, these entertainment ways that push us towards believing that we should, you know, make it. , our communities at large, you know, from our music industry, from whatever it is, a part of the entertainment that you would think that we shouldn't be pushing for, you know, the, the, the cohesive family unit that, you know, he, So let's, let's just see what he says about it. So I'm not wrong because if they, once they cancel four SoFi stadiums of the left, the Jewish media and the Chinese, that's, a lot of Chinese things got something to do with it. They got something to do with everything. This is my issue with Jared Kushner say, Okay, so we didn't say there. Maybe I'm confusing that with another one. Uh, I think maybe it was this one. Let. But, um, um, but it can't, it can't be narrowed down to, like you're saying, there's, you're saying Jewish because if they're, once they cancel four SoFi stadiums because of what's classified as wrong think. But, um, um, but it can't, it can't be narrowed down to, like you're saying, toxicity, putting our music. Mm-hmm. , it's nothing promoting the idea of a king, taking care of a queen and then taking care of the future kings and a future queens. It's just us talking about killing each other and Jewish people getting paid off of it. Hmm. So there you go. Talking about how the entertainment that's pushed towards this, this community at large is stuff that's generally toxic to the family, generally toxic to the culture. Um, and is being propped up, you know, by the people who are writing the contract. The 50% maybe that he's alluding to, According to him, 50% haven't done all the research there, which is probably important research to do. So do that and get back to me. Uh, but let's go ahead and see here where he says, and you say you can't be mad at them cuz you wanna do the same. You know, I, you know what, That's, that's an important thing to say. I can't be, but I am cuz I'm jealous cuz I'm a human being and you want the same, And I'm a competitor. I want my people to rise up like the Jewish people. I'm a competitor. I feel that if I am not the leader, I'm one of the strongest, most vocal leaders and I feel Lauren is the leader. I feel like this. Multiple people that are leaders in this community, right? And I'm jealous of the Jewish community. I'm jealous of how the fact that they do not abort their people. I'm jealous of how the fact, So they say that opposed to saying, coming, Lemme it bro, this is coming now. It's coming out. Lemme say you have to get to it. I'm jealous. I'm jealous of the fact of how they don't abort their babies. I'm jealous of the fact of how they stay with their wives. I'm jealous of the fact of how they do business together. I'm jealous of the fact of how they read their contracts and understand their contracts. I'm jealous of the fact, I'm jealous of the way. Uh, Jewish people do business, and I'm jealous, not just for me, but for our entire culture. And I believe that once we rise up, that we will have a position to be able to serve God. Because it's not about taking over the world. God runs the world. We need to be in service to God and we all need to be in service to God. So I'm jealous. And you know what? Because when I would speak on the, the call and Drake record, why I speak on that outta jealousy when I was speaking on Drake, Why I speak on that outta jealousy while I'm speaking on the Jewish culture, While I'm speaking on that outta jealousy, I'm jealous of the Jewish culture. No, I said, I just thought of that right now. Shit. But it had to happen. . That's a breakthrough. That's a breakthrough, but that's why it's gonna win a. So a little bit more insight. You're not gonna see that clip anywhere, are you? The fact that Kanye West is saying that he's jealous of the Jewish community and not, and, and that's where his, you know, the things that he's saying are coming from. Now, obviously he's not saying positive things about the way that they deal with the contracts that he's interacted with, some of the people within the entertainment industry, but there you go. All right, Now let's go ahead and watch the, uh, Cuomo interview and then we will wrap it up. Chris Cuomo had him on his show, and you will see a completely different tonality, a completely different body language, everything compared to what we saw originally. So let's go watch this here and then we'll wrap it up. Here we go, right to vote. You realize when I wore a red hat that I, my life was threatened, I know by my Jewish managers, by my, by my Jewish. By my Jewish accountant. Your lawyer, your friends threatened your life in the streets, like by No. You said not, Not specifically the accountant, but there were many people who threatened my life. Also, my family was torn apart, off of my political opinion because of my ex-wife's attachment to the Clinton, uh, administration. I mean, they were getting my ex-wife to push the vaccination. I didn't realize how attached they were to the left agenda when I was there. Vaccinations, they were not a left agenda. Yeah. Okay. I understand. Okay. Not specifically the, the vaccinations. Vaccinations are a left agenda, Chris. Absolutely. Look at the statistics, look at the amount of people from left to right. It's absolutely a political divide in the way that people view vaccinations. It's absolutely a politically charged conversation. It's absolutely go look at Fox compared to cnn, although that's not a great example of it, but go look at that because Fox was compromised too, as we found out. But go look at that. It's absolutely a political conversation. It is absolutely a part of the liberal agenda. It's absolutely, you know, the, the liberal, uh, politicians who are sitting there eating their, oh, their cheeseburgers and mm french fries. Oh man, this is so delicious. Go, go en gorge yourself with food and get a free vaccination. At the same time, these disgusting people who are pushing these things that now we understand at a 4% rate, people are getting boosted, boosted boosters, booster shots, and even booster shots. Wrong additional shots of these mRNA, you know, things. So anyways, It's absolutely a political conversation. And the fact that he just said that Kim Kardashian, and at other points, Chrissy Teagan and all of these other very elite actors were on Zoom calls being told to push the vaccination by somebody who is not even in office. Hmm. I wonder why the Clinton Foundation or the Clinton family would be pushing that even when they're not in office. And why would you, even if you are in office, go to celebrities and have 'em on Zoom calls and tell them to go push medical pharmaceutical products onto their followers and utilize their influence to profit pharmaceutical companies who have, Oh, by the way, no backlash, no legal recourse if these things go

This Week in Startups - Audio
The Wing shuts down, avoiding pitfalls of success + Tesseract Energy's Alan Chang | E1587

This Week in Startups - Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 48:02 Very Popular


First up, J+M discuss The Wing shutting down, where it went wrong, and avoiding ego-based pitfalls. (1:35) Then, Alan Chang joins Molly to break down his idea behind Tesseract Energy! (22:37) (0:00) J+M tee-up topics for Sunday (1:35) The Wing shuts down: what went wrong (12:44) OpenPhone - Get an extra 20% off any plan for your first 6 months at https://openphone.com/twist (14:18) Understanding and avoiding ego- and success-based founder pitfalls (21:24) FanDuel Sportsbook - Sign up with promo code TWIST to place a $1000 risk-free bet at https://sportsbook.fanduel.com (22:37) Alan Chang joins Molly and explains his idea behind Tesseract Energy, his time at Revolut, and more! (35:20) MasterClass - Get 15% off an annual membership at https://masterclass.com/startups (36:36) Understanding how a token plays into Tesseract's energy platform

Career Slut
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Career Slut

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 23:01


There's only so much Googling will tell you about the realities of being an expat. If you're eyeing a move to another country, this episode is a crash course in helping you prepare (or decide if your move is better as a fantasy). Show notes: Monzo: https://monzo.com Revolut: https://www.revolut.com Wise: https://wise.com/ Transcripts for all episodes are available at stephparker.com/blog. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stephparker/support

The Modern Mann
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The Modern Mann

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 92:43


Vanessa Potter lost her sight in just 72 hours - the result of a rare condition that doctors struggled to diagnose.  In this interview with Olly, she recalls how it felt to experience the rapid deterioration of her vision and simultaneous paralysis; why her two young children aided her recovery; and explains how the process helped pivot her career… Vanessa co-founded the ParkBathe project. Her books, Patient H69 and Finding My Right Mind are out now, and you can follow her podcast here. ____________________ Meanwhile, in the Zeitgeist, Ollie Peart channels his ‘inner Martin Lewis' to see if he can SOLVE the cost-of-living crisis. With the aid of apps like Snoop and Lollipop, and online bank accounts like Revolut, can he claw back 20% from his monthly spending? The Zeitgeist is sponsored by Manscaped, now offering their Ultra Smooth Package in Europe. Get 20% Off + Free Shipping, with the code ‘Mann' at Manscaped.com _____________________ Elsewhere, in the Foxhole, Alix Fox wonders whether the future is bright for posh poppers, and advises a listener who wants to approach the subject of body image with her partner. With the help of NLP trainer Andy Coley and Positive Body Image Educator Anupa Roper, Alix devises a ‘compassionately curious', open-minded script for discussing weight gain within a relationship - and provides some tips to put the pleasure back in the bedroom. If YOU have a sex question for Alix, or a trends challenge for Ollie, please submit it via the Feedback form on our website, modernmann.co.uk/feedback. You can remain anonymous. _____________________ Finally, our record of the month is the superb ‘Trouble' from The Big Moon; out now!  Discover our Spotify playlist - featuring every song we've ever selected for the podcast - at modernmann.co.uk/music _____________________ This episode is sponsored by: • Emma, Europe's most awarded, best-selling foam mattress. Find your best sleep and test products for up to 200 nights risk free. Save 5% on top on all offers at emma-sleep.co.uk/modernmann • Stitch Fix, the personal styling site that sends you great clothes to try on at home. Get started today and get 20% off when you keep all five items at at StitchFix.co.uk/mann • Wine52, the wine discovery club who send delicious wine to your door from a different country each month. Claim your FREE case now - just pay the postage at wine52.com/MANN • LISTENERS LIKE YOU. If you can afford to buy us a beer each month to say thank you for making you a free 1hr+ magazine show each month - please do. We rely on your support: modernmann.co.uk/beer _____________________ … And we'll see you again on November 10th! Host: Olly Mann. Producer: Matt Hill. Contributors: Ollie Peart, Alix Fox, Vanessa Potter, The Big Moon. Theme Music: Django Django. Graphic Design: Terry Saunders. Copyright: Rethink Audio / Olly Mann 2022 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fintech Insider Podcast by 11:FS
670. News: BaaS partnerships for Chetwood and HSBC and Adyen taps Tink for Open Banking payments

Fintech Insider Podcast by 11:FS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 62:46


Our expert host, Kate Moody, is joined by some great guests to talk about the most notable fintech, financial services and banking news from the past week. This week's guests include: Tom Pope, Head of Payments and Platforms,Tink Nadya Hijazi, Global Head of Wholesale Digital Channels, HSBC Julia McColl, CPO, Chetwood Financial We cover the following stories from the fintech and financial services space: Mumsbank? Mumsnet teams up with Chetwood to launch family focused financial products in 2023 - 3:20 HSBC teams up with Oracle Netsuite for Embedded Banking Services in the US - 19:03 Adyen deepens its partnership with Tink, by adding open banking payments - 31:01 SoftBank's Vision Fund to layoff 30% of staff - 41:40 Serena William's venture capital firm leads Ugandan fintech Numida's pre-series A funding round round - 52:30 Payhawk launches business credit cards in the UK - 54:50 SEC charges Kim Kardashian for Instagram crypto promotion - 56:35 This episode is sponsored by Tink As the leading open banking platform, Tink enables the largest banks, lenders and payments providers to offer exceptional user experiences. Tink offers the best way to connect to banks across Europe, to build seamless services that can reach more than 250 million consumers. And they're already doing this for the likes of American Express, PayPal and Revolut. To get started with data-driven solutions for customer onboarding, making better risk decisions, or for instant bank payments with the highest conversion rate in the industry - visit tink.com This episode is sponsored by LinkedIn As you gear up for Autumn, you need the right people on your team to help your small business fire on all cylinders. LinkedIn Jobs is here to make it easier. Tap into the world's largest professional network with over 30 million people in the UK. Create a job post in minutes, and spread the word so your network can help you find the right people to hire. Just add the purple #Hiring frame to your LinkedIn profile. Simple tools, like screening questions, make it easy to find candidates with just the right skills and experience. It's why small businesses rate LinkedIn Jobs #1 in delivering quality hires vs leading competitors. LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. And, you can post a job for free. Just visit Linkedin.com/FINTECH (https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/cx/21/01/jobs-single-cta-11-podcast-uk?src=re-pod&trk=fintech&veh=fintech&mcid=6963291076820369422). Terms and conditions apply. Fintech Insider by 11:FS is a podcast dedicated to all things fintech, banking, technology and financial services. It's hosted by a rotation of 11:FS experts including David M. Brear, Ross Gallagher, Benjamin Ensor, and Kate Moody - as well as a range of brilliant guests. We cover the latest global news, bring you interviews from industry experts or take a deep dive into subject matters such as APIs, AI or digital banking. If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe and please leave a review Follow us on Twitter: @fintechinsiders where you can ask the hosts questions, or email podcasts@11fs.com! Special Guests: Julia McColl, Nadya Hijazi, and Tom Pope.

Fintech Insider Podcast by 11:FS
669. Insights: Can TikTok teach us all we need to know about finance?

Fintech Insider Podcast by 11:FS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 38:33


Our expert host, Nicole Perry, is joined by some great guests to ask: "Can TikTok teach us all we need to know about finance?" The rise of social media has had a huge impact on how we connect, shop and even place value on ourselves in today's society But the explosion of TikTok, has been something of a game-changer - even de-throning Google to become the world's most visited website in 2021. We've put together a panel of experts to discuss how financial services interact and educate through TikTok, the challenges for financial services, and what comes next? This week's guests include: Nik Milanović, Editor, This Week in Fintech Catherine Winter, Managing Director, Financial Education and Community Outreach, The London Institute of Banking and Finance Rajan Lakhani, Head of Public Relations, Plum This episode is sponsored by Tink As the leading open banking platform, Tink enables the largest banks, lenders and payments providers to offer exceptional user experiences. Tink offers the best way to connect to banks across Europe, to build seamless services that can reach more than 250 million consumers. And they're already doing this for the likes of American Express, PayPal and Revolut. To get started with data-driven solutions for customer onboarding, making better risk decisions, or for instant bank payments with the highest conversion rate in the industry - visit tink.com This episode is sponsored by LinkedIn As you gear up for Autumn, you need the right people on your team to help your small business fire on all cylinders. LinkedIn Jobs is here to make it easier. Tap into the world's largest professional network with over 30 million people in the UK. Create a job post in minutes, and spread the word so your network can help you find the right people to hire. Just add the purple #Hiring frame to your LinkedIn profile. Simple tools, like screening questions, make it easy to find candidates with just the right skills and experience. It's why small businesses rate LinkedIn Jobs #1 in delivering quality hires vs leading competitors. LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. And, you can post a job for free. Just visit Linkedin.com/FINTECH (https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/cx/21/01/jobs-single-cta-11-podcast-uk?src=re-pod&trk=fintech&veh=fintech&mcid=6963291076820369422). Terms and conditions apply. Fintech Insider by 11:FS is a podcast dedicated to all things fintech, banking, technology and financial services. It's hosted by a rotation of 11:FS experts including David M. Brear, Ross Gallagher, Benjamin Ensor, and Kate Moody - as well as a range of brilliant guests. We cover the latest global news, bring you interviews from industry experts or take a deep dive into subject matters such as APIs, AI or digital banking. If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe and please leave a review Follow us on Twitter: @fintechinsiders where you can ask the hosts questions, or email podcasts@11fs.com! Special Guests: Catherine Winter, Nik Milanović, and Rajan Lakhani.

Fintech Game Changers
Shaype - Dean Morrison

Fintech Game Changers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 34:36


Dexter Cousins is joined by Dean Morrison, Chief Strategy Officer of Shaype.Last week Shaype announced a $33m Series C round. Regal Funds Management is back as the lead investor after cutting a cheque in Shaype's $17 million Series B in July 2021 - back when the start-up was known as “Hay as a Service”.Dexter chats to Dean about what the raise means for Shaype and their growth strategy over the next 12 months.They also talk about Embedded Finance and ask the question has it really made the impact we thought it would?And Dean shares the back story to Shaype and how the business always intended to evolve from a neo-bank offering.How you can support Fintech Chatter.Follow on your podcast player and leave a five-star reviewApple: Scroll to the bottom of the page (iphone or ipad only), hit 5 stars and write a review - https://apple.co/3D7NsPtSpotify:  in the app click 5 stars - https://spoti.fi/3IzSViQSubscribe and like on Youtube - https://bit.ly/3tBlRmEThanks for your support.About Tier One PeopleFounded by Dexter Cousins in 2016, Tier One People is on a mission to help Australia become the world leader in Fintech innovation.Connect on Linkedin - https://bit.ly/3DsCJBpTier One People helps companies like Revolut, TrueLayer and 10x build founding teams for launch in Australia. And series A+ / ASX Listed Aussie Fintech like Lendi, Afterpay and 86 400 hire executive talent capable of delivering growth and scale. If you are building a world-class Fintech venture and need help in hiring tier-one people contact us - https://bit.ly/3Dc1p0B

Irish Tech News Audio Articles
MoneyNeverSleeps: Crypto Regs vs. Failures | Sam Bankman-Fried to the Rescue | Walmart Metaverse | Goldman Mobile

Irish Tech News Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 2:39


This week, Eoin and Pete riff on crypto asset service provider regulation through the lens of Revolut, the trifecta of crypto market failures in Voyager, Celsius and Terra, how Walmart's metaverse play with Roblox feels like the right platform vs. Decentraland or Sandbox, credit as a service player Noble coming out of stealth mode, and Goldman Sachs' next move into retail fintech with mobile network operator T-Mobile. This episode of MoneyNeverSleeps is sponsored by SecuriCentrix. SecuriCentrix is a trusted cyber security company with offices in Dublin, Cape Town and London. SecuriCentrix provides expert advisory services, primarily in the finance and fintech industries, with tailored security solutions to fit your specific needs and regulatory challenges. STORIES COVERED: Revolut wins FCA approval for crypto service (Finextra, 27-Sep-22) Bankrupt crypto lender Voyager to sell assets to Sam Bankman-Fried's FTX for $1.4 billion (CNBC, 27-Sep-22) Alex Mashinsky resigns as head of Celsius Network (FT, 27-Sep-22) South Korea seeks to freeze $62 million of bitcoin linked to crypto founder Do Kwon as manhunt continues (CNBC, 28-Sep-22) Walmart Dives Into Metaverse With Launches in Roblox (CoinDesk, 26-Sep-22) Noble emerges from stealth to help companies extend lines of credit to their customers (TechCrunch, 21-Sep-22) Goldman Sachs Strikes Credit Card Deal With T-Mobile After Apple and GM (20-Sep-22, Bloomberg) Where Does T-Mobile Fit in Goldman's Consumer Strategy? (Jason Mikula, Fintech Business Weekly, 25-Sep-22) LINKS: Leave a review on Apple Podcasts | Podchaser Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google | Overcast Check out our MoneyNeverSleeps website Follow MoneyNeverSleeps on Twitter Follow Eoin Fitzgerald on Twitter Follow Pete Townsend on Twitter Get in touch at info@moneyneversleeps.ie

Fintech Insider Podcast by 11:FS
668. News: UK mortgage market in meltdown

Fintech Insider Podcast by 11:FS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 60:52


Our expert hosts, Benjamin Ensor and Ross Gallagher, are joined by some great guests to talk about the most notable fintech, financial services and banking news from the past week. This week's guests include: Francesca Carlesi, Co-founder and CEO, Molo Finance Douglas Mackenzie, Chief Content Officer, Fintech Finance With soundclips from: David Barton-Grimley, Embedded Financial Services, 11:FS Remco Janssen, Founder, Silicon Canals Richard Davies, CEO, Allica Bank We cover the following stories from the fintech and financial services space: UK mortgage lenders halt some deals after pound falls 4:03 JPMorgan strengthens dining push with new DoorDash credit card 19:45 ‘It's baffling': Startups slam Barclays' contract win from Tech Nation 29:12 Dutch payments giant Mollie expands into lending with Mollie Capital launch 39:56 NatWest's male bankers to get a year off for fatherhood 49:53 Klarna to make second round of job cuts 51:18 Allica Bank breaks into profitability 52:33 Fintech Insider mailbag 54:35 This episode is sponsored by Tink As the leading open banking platform, Tink enables the largest banks, lenders and payments providers to offer exceptional user experiences. Tink offers the best way to connect to banks across Europe, to build seamless services that can reach more than 250 million consumers. And they're already doing this for the likes of American Express, PayPal and Revolut. To get started with data-driven solutions for customer onboarding, making better risk decisions, or for instant bank payments with the highest conversion rate in the industry - visit tink.com This episode is sponsored by LinkedIn As you gear up for Autumn, you need the right people on your team to help your small business fire on all cylinders. LinkedIn Jobs is here to make it easier. Tap into the world's largest professional network with over 30 million people in the UK. Create a job post in minutes, and spread the word so your network can help you find the right people to hire. Just add the purple #Hiring frame to your LinkedIn profile. Simple tools, like screening questions, make it easy to find candidates with just the right skills and experience. It's why small businesses rate LinkedIn Jobs #1 in delivering quality hires vs leading competitors. LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. And, you can post a job for free. Just visit Linkedin.com/FINTECH (https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/cx/21/01/jobs-single-cta-11-podcast-uk?src=re-pod&trk=fintech&veh=fintech&mcid=6963291076820369422). Terms and conditions apply. Fintech Insider by 11:FS is a podcast dedicated to all things fintech, banking, technology and financial services. It's hosted by a rotation of 11:FS experts including David M. Brear, Ross Gallagher, Benjamin Ensor, and Kate Moody - as well as a range of brilliant guests. We cover the latest global news, bring you interviews from industry experts or take a deep dive into subject matters such as APIs, AI or digital banking. If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe and please leave a review Follow us on Twitter: @fintechinsiders where you can ask the hosts questions, or email podcasts@11fs.com! Special Guests: Douglas Mackenzie and Francesca Carlesi.

BlockDrops com Maurício Magaldi
Big techs e NFTs, Roole rastreando carros, Metamask Portfolio, e muito mais

BlockDrops com Maurício Magaldi

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 19:31


Drop 1: Big Techs e NFTs Apple take rate https://www.theinformation.com/articles/how-apples-app-store-policies-squeeze-nft-startups FB wallet connection https://about-fb-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/about.fb.com/news/2022/05/introducing-digital-collectibles-to-showcase-nfts-instagram/amp/ Drop 2: Roole e Nodle https://startupi.com.br/nodle-e-roole-veiculos-roubados/ Drop 3: MetaMask portfolio https://consensys.net/blog/metamask/metamask-launches-beta-portfolio-dapp-for-an-improved-web3-experience/ .. Zilliqa lança console web3 https://venturebeat-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/venturebeat.com/games/zilliqa-announces-web3-console/amp/ MasterCard: NFT customizable card https://www.mastercard.com/news/europe/en/newsroom/press-releases/en/2022/september-2022/hi-launches-world-s-first-nft-customizable-card-with-mastercard/ Revolut autorizado a oferecer crypto em UK https://www.ft.com/content/2fe924e8-1fc2-4f98-9c3f-b0eff70b2174 Euro CBDC para atacado confirmado por Lagarde https://www.ledgerinsights.com/digital-euro-legislation-cbdc/ Dinamarca em piloto de títulos verdes em Blockchain https://www.ledgerinsights.com/denmark-eu-dlt-pilot-green-bonds/ MMI para NFTs institucionais https://cointelegraph.com/news/metamask-adopts-custodial-features-for-nft-hungry-institutional-investors Bahrein aprova cripto pagamentos para 5000+ comerciantes https://www.gulf-insider.com/bahrain-approves-bitcoin-and-crypto-payments-for-over-5000-merchants/ Sega anuncia seu primeiro jogo em blockchain https://www.videogameschronicle.com/news/sega-has-announced-its-first-blockchain-game/ Telefónica socia da Bit2me https://www.blocknews.com.br/criptoativos/telefonica-da-espanha-se-torna-socia-da-bit2me-passa-a-aceitar-cripto-e-vende-nfts/ Juno levanta 18M USD e lança programa de fidelidade tokenizado https://techcrunch.com/2022/10/01/crypto-native-banking-platform-juno-raises-18-million-launches-tokenized-loyalty-program/ .. Fintech Nexus Merge Oct 17-18 https://bit.ly/11FSmergesocial Meu conteúdo em inglês https://bi.11fs.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blockdropspodcast/message

MoneyNeverSleeps
192: MoneyTalks #54 | Crypto Regs vs. Crypto Failures l Sam Bankman-Fried to the Rescue | Walmart in the Metaverse | Goldman Goes Mobile

MoneyNeverSleeps

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 34:12


This week, Eoin and Pete riff on crypto asset service provider regulation through the lens of Revolut, the trifecta of crypto market failures in Voyager, Celsius and Terra, how Walmart's metaverse play with Roblox feels like the right platform vs. Decentraland or Sandbox, credit as a service player Noble coming out of stealth mode, and Goldman Sachs' next move into retail fintech with mobile network operator T-Mobile. This episode of MoneyNeverSleeps is sponsored by SecuriCentrix. SecuriCentrix is a trusted cyber security company with offices in Dublin, Cape Town and London. SecuriCentrix provides expert advisory services, primarily in the finance and fintech industries, with tailored security solutions to fit your specific needs and regulatory challenges. STORIES COVERED: Revolut wins FCA approval for crypto service (Finextra, 27-Sep-22) Bankrupt crypto lender Voyager to sell assets to Sam Bankman-Fried's FTX for $1.4 billion (CNBC, 27-Sep-22) Alex Mashinsky resigns as head of Celsius Network (FT, 27-Sep-22) South Korea seeks to freeze $62 million of bitcoin linked to crypto founder Do Kwon as manhunt continues (CNBC, 28-Sep-22) Walmart Dives Into Metaverse With Launches in Roblox Noble emerges from stealth to help companies extend lines of credit to their customers (TechCrunch, 21-Sep-22) Goldman Sachs Strikes Credit Card Deal With T-Mobile After Apple and GM (20-Sep-22, Bloomberg) Where Does T-Mobile Fit in Goldman's Consumer Strategy? (Jason Mikula, Fintech Business Weekly, 25-Sep-22) LINKS: Leave a review and subscribe on Podchaser | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google | Overcast Check out our MoneyNeverSleeps website Follow MoneyNeverSleeps on Twitter Follow Eoin Fitzgerald on Twitter Follow Pete Townsend on Twitter Get in touch at info@moneyneversleeps.ie --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moneyneversleeps/support

The Fintech Blueprint
Eliminating payments fraud from Fintech and Web3 using AI, with Sardine CEO Soups Ranjan

The Fintech Blueprint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 32:39


In this conversation, we chat with Soups Ranjan, the co-founder and CEO of Sardine.AI, a VC funded company with the mission to “confidently load money into a digital wallet”, where Sardine takes care of fraud and compliance issues related to money movement and instantly funds the money in the wallet. Prior to founding Sardine, Soups was head of crypto for Revolut and head of data & risk for Coinbase. He has held roles in cyber security and AI/Machine Learning at many Silicon Valley companies over the last 15 years. Soups also holds a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Rice Univ where his thesis was on preventing application layer DDoS attacks. One of his lifelong passions is matching wits against fraudsters and he founded a popular risk community called RiskSalon that allowed many companies to learn from each other.

Fintech Insider Podcast by 11:FS
667. Insights: Designing financial services for the mega-rich

Fintech Insider Podcast by 11:FS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 46:08


Our expert host, David M. Brear, is joined by some great guests to ask: how do you design financial services for the mega-rich? A recent report by Credit Suisse found the number of global ultra high-net-worth individuals hit a record high in 2021. While banking options for the super-rich have traditionally been delivered by the some of the oldest banking institutions in the world, there's a new wave of players looking to attract the wealthiest. In this show, we're looking at how banking for HNWI has evolved over the years, what the unique challenges for building products in this sector are, and why can't everyone have this experience? This week's guests include: Will Jones, Executive Creative Director, 11:FS Lennart Asshoff, CEO & Co-Founder, Nucoro This episode is sponsored by Tink As the leading open banking platform, Tink enables the largest banks, lenders and payments providers to offer exceptional user experiences. Tink offers the best way to connect to banks across Europe, to build seamless services that can reach more than 250 million consumers. And they're already doing this for the likes of American Express, PayPal and Revolut. To get started with data-driven solutions for customer onboarding, making better risk decisions, or for instant bank payments with the highest conversion rate in the industry - visit tink.com This episode is sponsored by LinkedIn As you gear up for Autumn, you need the right people on your team to help your small business fire on all cylinders. LinkedIn Jobs is here to make it easier. Tap into the world's largest professional network with over 30 million people in the UK. Create a job post in minutes, and spread the word so your network can help you find the right people to hire. Just add the purple #Hiring frame to your LinkedIn profile. Simple tools, like screening questions, make it easy to find candidates with just the right skills and experience. It's why small businesses rate LinkedIn Jobs #1 in delivering quality hires vs leading competitors. LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. And, you can post a job for free. Just visit Linkedin.com/FINTECH (https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/cx/21/01/jobs-single-cta-11-podcast-uk?src=re-pod&trk=fintech&veh=fintech&mcid=6963291076820369422). Terms and conditions apply. Fintech Insider by 11:FS is a podcast dedicated to all things fintech, banking, technology and financial services. It's hosted by a rotation of 11:FS experts including David M. Brear, Ross Gallagher, Benjamin Ensor, and Kate Moody - as well as a range of brilliant guests. We cover the latest global news, bring you interviews from industry experts or take a deep dive into subject matters such as APIs, AI or digital banking. If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe and please leave a review Follow us on Twitter: @fintechinsiders where you can ask the hosts questions, or email podcasts@11fs.com! Special Guests: Lennart Asshoff and Will Jones.

Moldovan Abroad
064-EN - Alex Zapadinschi on "MALVA", Musicbed Challenge 2022 and "Nobody Cares About Moldova"

Moldovan Abroad

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 35:42


Alex is back and he talks about his reaction when the war started; the reason behind making the 2 documentaries; the International Film Festival Musicbed 2022; the private screening at Community Center 151; why is it important to watch MALVA and what's next for WELLBE. You can watch the documentary here and support if you can: Alex Zapadinschi Presents: "MALVA" Documentary - YouTube niela.c.paintings@gmail.com or you can browse these products with my art printed on @feeling.arty. If you would like to donate any amount to support my podcast, you can find me on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/moldovanabroad, PayPal danielacantir@yahoo.com or Revolut (contact me for details).Or BUY ME A COFFEE

Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots
442: Zedosh & The Attention Exchange with Guillaume Kendall

Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 36:43


Guillaume Kendall is the Founder of Zedosh and Attention Exchange, which is working to build a safe place for advertisers, publishers, and consumers to all benefit from fair access to human attention. Chad talks with Guillaume about open banking, changing up who the beneficiaries of consumer attention and data are, and giving companies opportunities to advertise without interrupting consumers with ads. Zedosh (https://zedosh.com/) The Attention Exchange (https://attentionexchange.co.uk/) Follow The Attention Exchange on Twitter (https://twitter.com/attnexchange) or LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-attention-exchange/). Follow Guillaume on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/guillaumekendall/). Follow thoughtbot on Twitter (https://twitter.com/thoughtbot) or LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/150727/). Become a Sponsor (https://thoughtbot.com/sponsorship) of Giant Robots! Transcript: CHAD: This is The Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots Podcast, where we explore the design, development, and business of great products. I'm your host, Chad Pytel. And with me today is Guillaume Kendall, the Founder of Zedosh and the Attention Exchange, which is working to build a safe place for advertisers, publishers, and consumers to all benefit from fair access to human attention. Guillaume, thank you for joining me. GUILLAUME: Thank you so much for having me. It's a real privilege. CHAD: If I'm not mistaken, you and I first met in person for lunch one time in London when I was visiting London in; I think it was...I went back and looked at my calendar. It was March 10th, 2020, if I'm not mistaken, either that or it was that Friday of that week. GUILLAUME: It must have been one of the last weeks pre-pandemic. CHAD: It was. I literally woke up on Saturday morning for my flight to come back to the U.S. to the headlines that all flights from Europe were being shut down. [laughs] And I almost dropped my phone until I realized, oh, that's the headline, but the real detail is I can get back. It's all the rest of Europe, not the UK, yet. That was the following week. I made it home, and then the world changed. GUILLAUME: I sure did, didn't it? [laughs] It's funny, isn't it? Because the two-year period in between seems to have flown by. It feels like just yesterday. I remember I think, even what I ate. CHAD: [laughs] And at the time, you were working on a new application, and we were talking about that. But I want to fast forward a little bit to today. Tell me more about Attention Exchange, and then we're going to rewind a bit to how you've arrived. GUILLAUME: So the Attention Exchange...by way of background, I come from the fintech space rather than adtech. And it really, ultimately, the Attention Exchange is a matching engine, using financial terms, that matches the right video content to the right consumer based on their spending data rather than their browsing data. So it's a matching engine. And it looks at rules that ultimately we're able to derive, or actually, I better use the phrase, we can bridge the gap between attention and intention based on our audience's spending patterns. And the reason we can access those is because they give us explicit permission. We have something called open banking here in the UK. It's actually across most of Europe now. But it enables the consumer to own their data and share it outside the bank if they so wish to with other regulated third parties. So we're such a regulated third party, and they share that data with us, as I said, to be matched with video content from brands that are relevant to their spending instead of their browsing. What it ultimately means is we're very well-positioned in this apparent post-cookie world that seems to be heading our way eventually because we don't rely on any other tracking technology to spy on our audience. They voluntarily give it to us. And I guess the kicker which is...people are probably asking themselves, why would they do that? That's because they get paid. So we put cash directly into the bank account or one of the bank accounts they've connected to our platform in exchange for their immutably valuable attention to that content. CHAD: So correct me if I'm wrong, but I feel like open banking has had a significant impact not only on the data sharing that you're describing but just on the banking ecosystem in general in the United Kingdom and now Europe. GUILLAUME: So I think if you were to speak to the purveyors of open banking, it hasn't had as big an impact as they felt it would have had. I think we reached earlier this year only to fact-check this, but about 6 million people in the UK now utilize open banking in one form or another. But I think what was very interesting is that the ecosystem that sprung up around it was mostly around changing the user experience for the end consumer to have a better handle on their financial health, which is a really important topic. And the reason that is is that before, it wasn't really in the bank's interests to tell you if you're about to hit your overdraft or go over your overdraft because they'd charge you an extra 20 pounds for an unplanned loan, and then you'd have to pay it. Your balances (This is going back a little. I'm showing my age. ) was always two or three days out of date, which was weird. So open banking; the first thing that sprung up around it is we'll connect your bank accounts. We'll give you this holistic view of your mortgages, your credit, your debit, your net worth really across various assets. And we've moved progressively towards more of open finance rather than just open banking. You can connect via APIs a lot of your financial identity to these open banking providers. But having said that, no one has looked at it in the way that we have, which is actually this is an advertising play, and it could be potentially a real change maker in the way that consumers benefit from this $400 billion industry which is advertising rather than all the fintech stuff that's been happening around open banking. But yes, so it's not to be sniffed at, you know, several million people are using open banking. But most people, I don't even think, realize they're using open banking. They open the Revolut app, and it says, "Do you want to see your Monzo balance inside our app?" You say, "Well, yeah, okay, that means I don't have to open Monzo." And lo and behold, you share that data. CHAD: Right. Yeah, that's a really good perspective. I think from my perspective; I was thinking it's sort of made it...there's a separation between the banking backends and the user experience, and I think that in part has given rise to these challenger banks and made it more possible for them to do that. GUILLAUME: Yeah, that's a very fair point. I think, certainly, if nothing else, it certainly forced the incumbent players, those that have been around for a few hundred years, to really buckle up their ideas and think about how to react to this new threat. At first, they thought, geez, open banking is going to cause us all sorts of problems, but I think as it's gone full circle. You find that, actually, most people are looking for that user experience, and the banks have been forced to provide it within their existing ecosystem. So now, most banking apps provide really super UI or UX, meaning that you don't have to go use third-party tools to get such a lens. And in fact, the most interesting one I've seen of late, which I think is definitely worth a mention, is a company called Cogo; and Cogo used open banking to carbon score your spending and let you offset it. So if you spent four pounds at McDonald's, it would guess that that's X kilos of carbon and give you several options to offset it. And actually, in the end, NatWest formed a partnership with them. This is a classic use case where actually, now the carbons offseter is available within that NatWest app, and you don't really have any idea it's Cogo. That's what you're seeing is ironically, those who have had success in innovative, exciting use cases have been pulled back into the ecosystem being offered because they still want the scale overnight. They had access to 8 million NatWest customers or whatever the number is. So, yes, I think; certainly, all banking apps have had to, even the banks themselves, have had to reorganize and rethink how they deliver technology to retail consumers who probably had had very little churn in the past because the options were very limited. CHAD: That's great. So tell me about the genesis for this idea and realizing that you could use open banking to view people's financial information and to develop a profile that could be used to opt into advertising. Where's the genesis of that idea for you? GUILLAUME: Sure. So actually, several threads came together very neatly in quite a tight timescale, the first of which is I spent a lot of money, relatively speaking, on a company called Patch Plants. And Patch Plants deliver plants to your house, [laughter] and they have quite a nice way to go about it. All the plants have got human names, and they come with little booklets about how to look after them. And I felt very positive about the relationship I felt I had with Patch Plants until for the three, maybe four months following that purchase, there wasn't a website, or a social feed that I was on that didn't have Patch Plants all over it. And I really took note of my sentiment towards them [laughs] where I thought, go away, Patch Plants. I'm a customer. Why don't you know better? With the amount of data that we provide to the web, you just assume...and maybe this is where it all starts to click into place that actually, it's not that smart. CHAD: The interesting thing is I think it is possible for companies to on target you once they decide to do it, but it seems like nobody does that. [laughs] And it's like, I've just bought a stove. Why am I seeing stoves all over the place? [laughs] I'm not going to buy another one. GUILLAUME: Yeah, again, I think it comes from the underlying infrastructure, which is basically this concept of cookies, which we accept on every single website before we can do anything with it. And you've probably got a number of unchecked-out stoves across the web. And it's not locking on to the fact you've got one checked-out stove. But of course, we're connected to the bank account. And so when we see that transaction, we see the counterparties. We know for a fact that that person has made that transaction with that vendor, and therefore, you probably need to change the message. And that goes from daily purchases right through to the massive, heavy items we can see when people started a car leasing agreement. Well, if you want to get them to think about considering your brand of vehicle in two or three years or three or four years, there's probably a journey that you should take that person on. But then again, once they've made the purchase, don't keep hassling them. So that's the first thing. If you saw my bank account...so I worked with open banking innovation [laughs]. I guess that's pretty important. CHAD: [laughs] GUILLAUME: So I was acutely aware of how the data could be shared and analyzed, so that's the first point. And then, pretty much at the same time, Netflix brought out this documentary, The Social Dilemma, really putting across that these social media applications were basically designed, maybe it's not a surprise, but pretty much as gambling apps. They're exceptionally addictive. And the reason they're addictive is because the longer you spend on them, the more advertising they can slide into; now, I think one in every four posts. And now that we've moved on to short-form video content, there's infinite scroll. We're all on these apps for hours a day. But the only way they generate revenues is through advertising, and the only way they get advertising is by you spending more time. And it sort of didn't sit too well with me, especially after we had the Euro Championship in football or soccer here. And there was a ton of racist abuse that went out to players across social media. Lots of brands and advertisers started pulling away from it for a very short period of time to express their protest. But I realized then that, actually, there is no alternative. If you want to attract attention, you have to fund social media or Google, and that's kind of it. Those are your options as a brand or an advertiser. And the former being social media is really not a very healthy place to spend time. Sure, some good comes out of it. But I would argue that the bad that comes out of it far outweighs any of the good that's come from social media, certainly in the last five years or so, I believe. It's at the center of some major divisions in our communities. But it's all funded through advertising revenue. So that was the second point is that there really is no alternative. And why should Mark Zuckerberg be the beneficiary of my attention, my data, my value whilst putting absolutely no effort in changing or being an arbiter of the content? They're keeping their hands up saying, hey, we're not a publisher. If that content is there, it's there. And it becomes a very complicated argument very quickly around free speech and all of this sort of stuff. But ultimately, there's a ton of really nasty stuff. And then we had a family friend, specifically, who really put herself in a lot of danger, a young girl. And that was a very real impact on human life close to us that was all driven from what she was able to access with alarming ease via Instagram. So those sorts of threads all came together. And then the more sort of...it's one of those things, right? Once you see a yellow car, you're looking out for a yellow car. You keep seeing them. But I don't think I was proactively looking out for it too much. But it seemed that every day almost, there was a new-new story in the front pages of the papers where Facebook was in some sort of trouble, and that obviously materialized last year with the Facebook leaks. And everything we've been just discussing now they've known about. They know about it. They're choosing not to make a difference. So we had a really powerful motivation to try and bring about a different mechanism for this $400 billion industry to operate. And rather than exploit our data, exploit our mental well-being, exploit our communities and everything else in order to drive advertising revenue, maybe the advertiser could have a more direct relationship, a fair and more transparent relationship with the consumer with whom they want a dialogue. And I think it's been the biggest learning curve for us is that brands and advertisers feel weird about paying consumers to pay attention. But we're saying we think it is weirder that you pay Google and Facebook to track these people all over the web and interrupt them everywhere they don't want to be spoken to. Why not just pay them to have a fair, transparent dialogue? I know you have money. I know you spend it with my competitors who are in my market. I want your attention, and this is what I have to tell you. There we go. So that was the sort of the kernel, the genesis. CHAD: I can totally see why advertisers are...scared is not the right word. Just, you know, it's just they've never had a relationship where they're paying the consumer directly for any kind of advertising that they do [chuckles] whether it be TV historically. There's always an intermediary. And the idea of paying people directly is not only different, but in some ways, I can imagine people view it as crude. Like, it's one thing if it's going through an intermediary and you're paying them, and advertising is being run, but it's another to just pay someone to pay attention to you. GUILLAUME: Yeah, but I think this is the point about the open banking. I completely agree with you; if you're paying somebody based on their cookies or any of the other data, the first-party data or third-party data, that's abstracted several layers from that pair of eyeballs that you know has a tendency to buy X on Y time horizon. That's never been possible before. And so through your television, it's scale. You're paying the broadcaster because they've got 3 million people watching Coronation Street on, I don't know, whatever. But it's always based on these tiny, tiny fractions of engagement, and that's always been the way it is. So you need the intermediary for scale. But I think what I'm hoping, what I've literally bet my house on [laughter], that's one thing that's going to change. I sold my house since we started to do this. All those marketplaces are completely saturated, and they are not getting less busy; they're getting more busy. And so okay, TikToks appeared, but the medium through which video content is provided to the consumer, you're lucky to get a quarter of a second or half a second with that person. And so you're right, but what is now the alternative to actually getting a minute, a minute and a half, two minutes with somebody where they're not skipping; they're not going past? You know they're a real person. You know they're human. All of our consumers have to have a bank account. They have to have transactions, and they have to have an income in order to be valuable and receive any adverts into their feed. So it's just never been possible before. The scale play, the intermediary, was always sort of, I think, accepted, and it still is today. There's going to be a bunch of fraud. I think there's like 15 cents in every dollar spent online digitally for advertising is lost. I think it's a $100 billion problem by next year. So I guess the point I'm making is the intermediaries historically and to today have existed because you need to reach millions of eyeballs in order to get a very low interaction rate. With our model, we're able to target thousands of people and achieve a 19.6% average click-through rate even after a minute and a half worth of content because they're engaged and you're not interrupting them. So we think it's a relatively elegant model for what is a saturated, noisy world where eventually also the very mechanism by which they do track and target you is going to be replaced at some stage by Google and Chrome. Mid-Roll Ad: When starting a new project, we understand that you want to make the right choices in technology, features, and investment but that you don't have all year to do extended research. 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So a guy that we brought on...he's not so much a co-founder, but the other director of the business is a guy called Matt McBride, who's this global head of UX at a company I used to work for. And that was really the first thing is to try and rapidly prototype what the experience would look like and ultimately go out to our target audience, which was Gen Z here in the UK, and ask them whether or not this is the sort of thing they'd engage with. And the responses were actually really very positive. "Hang on; you're going to pay me to watch ads that are relevant to me? No-brainer, please do." And then, we were able to raise 100 grand, 150 grand, which enabled us to take that prototype and build it into something that, after a few obstacles with Apple in the App Store, we were able to get live. So that was really the first thing, I guess is, figuring out the way and the people that I needed to help me out to take this idea into something tangible and then tested it before I went much further with it. I was very fortunate, or I am very fortunate, that my partner is a corporate lawyer; my wife, sorry, now; we've been married since we started. [laughs] And so, actually, the mechanism through which we were able to raise the really earliest funds meant that we didn't have to give very much of the business away at such an early stage, which I think was a key learning point that I certainly share with other founders is you don't have to go give away 25% of your business for a little bit of money just to get it off PowerPoint. There are other ways. CHAD: So I think I remember what I