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Up First
Friday, August 12, 2022

Up First

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 13:43 Very Popular


Attorney General Merrick Garland has requested that the Mar-a-Lago search warrant be made public. Violent rhetoric from the GOP fueled an attack on the Cincinnati FBI office. The CDC relaxes COVID-19 guidance signaling a new phase of the pandemic.

TIME's The Brief
Analysts Warn Violent Rhetoric After FBI Mar-a-Lago Search Is a Preview of What's to Come... and More Stories

TIME's The Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 25:24


Included in this episode: 1. Analysts Warn Violent Rhetoric After FBI Mar-a-Lago Search Is a Preview of What's to Come 2. Trump Calls for ‘Immediate' Release of Mar-a-Lago Search Warrant 3. How Rising U.S.-China Tensions May Hurt Efforts to Fight Climate Change .

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Morse code transcription: vvv vvv FBI seized classified records from Mar a Lago during search of Trump residence Suspected bank robber rescued from tunnel near Vatican Ohio FBI shooting live Violent extremist Ricky Shiffer investigated for months after Jan 6 Who is Salman Rushdie The writer who emerged from hiding Its not yet clear what caused blasts at a Crimea air base. But analysts say Russia suffered a significant loss Trump FBI Updates DOJ kept search warrant vague to avoid revealing classified information Anne Heche dies We have lost a bright light Ukraine war Crimea blasts significantly hit Russian navy UK Landmark climate and health care legislation passes the House Drought hits Germanys Rhine River We have 30cm of water left Montenegro Gunman kills 10 after family dispute Salman Rushdie Author on ventilator and unable to speak, agent says Kobe Bryant crash scene photos were shared during awards ceremony cocktail hour, witness testifies Puck Fair Wild goat removed from festival throne amid Irish heat alert Freya the walrus could be put down unless public back off, Norway warns FBI took 11 sets of documents from Trumps home New Covid 19 guidance from the CDC Everything you need to know Author Salman Rushdie stabbed on lecture stage in New York A megaflood in California could drop 100 inches of rain, scientists warn

TIME's Top Stories
Analysts Warn Violent Rhetoric After FBI Mar-a-Lago Search Is a Preview of What's to Come

TIME's Top Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 11:49


The surge in violent rhetoric drew concerns that it could inspire attacks on law enforcement, as analysts noted a wave of threats.

KNX In Depth
KNX In Depth: Attorney General speaks out on FBI search at Trump Mar-a-Lago home--Violent rhetoric ramps up online following Mar-a-Lago search--Whole Foods palm payment system raises privacy concerns--A hawk for a security guard

KNX In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 47:56


The Justice Department finally speaks out on the FBI search at former President Trump's home at Mar-a-Lago. Attorney General Merrick Garland saying today he personally approved the search warrant. He also says the department has asked a court to unseal the warrant the FBI received before searching the home. We go In Depth into what this means for Mr. Trump.   Violent talk has increased online following the Mar-a-Lago search which has some analysts concerned.  Some positive economic news comes out regarding inflation. Maybe it's slowing down now.  COVID deaths and the number of people in the hospital across the country may be leveling off and possibly on the decline. We go In Depth into whether we're any closer to the end of the pandemic.  Some Whole Foods stores will soon let you pay with your palm. But it's raising some questions about cybersecurity and privacy.  Canada's euthanasia law is being criticized now for hurting disabled people who aren't otherwise dying.  A tough new security guard is patrolling a public transit station in the Bay Area. He's flying around chasing off small birds.  To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Common Sense Show
THE NUMBER OF VIOLENT CRAZED PEOPLE IS EXPLODING AND HOW NOT TO BECOME A VICTIM- John Dyslin

The Common Sense Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 55:20


THE NUMBER OF VIOLENT CRAZED PEOPLE IS EXPLODING AND HOW NOT TO BECOME A VICTIM- John Dyslin

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Morse code transcription: vvv vvv New Mexico man knew the 2 Muslim men hes charged with killing, police say Bolton calls Iran assassination plot an act of war, calls on Biden admin to terminate nuclear talks Miami OnlyFans model captured on video beating boyfriend she later killed Beto ORourke curses at a gun control heckler while discussing the Uvalde shooting. The Dallas Morning News CDC Drops Quarantine Recommendation After Covid 19 Exposure Legoland Rollercoaster crash at Germany resort injures 30 Zaporizhzhia nuclear workers Were kept at gunpoint by Russians The mystery deaths of two Saudi sisters in Sydney Disabled children abused in Ukraines orphanages, warns UN Violent protests in Sierra Leone over cost of living New Hampshire officials determine Harmony Montgomery was murdered Donald Trump Justice Department seeks to unseal Mar a Lago search warrant Trump Received Subpoena Ahead of F.B.I. Search UN alarm as Ukraine nuclear power plant shelled again The traumatic experience of US monkeypox patients McDonalds plans to reopen in Kyiv and western Ukraine An armed suspect who tried to enter the FBIs Cincinnati office is dead after standoff with authorities, officials say As Shootings Soar in Philadelphia, City is Awash in Guns France firefighters battle monster wildfire near Bordeaux

Bitter Jurors
Stanuatu - Culture Shock and Violent Storms w/ Rhone Talsma

Bitter Jurors

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 91:14


Christine discusses the tenth episode of Survivor: Vanuatu with Rhone Talsma (@transitdiagram). Timestamps for when other seasons of Survivor are spoiled (skip around 15-30 seconds ahead. Timestamps may be a few seconds off depending on where you're listening): Around 5:55 - Minor Micronesia spoilers Around 54:20 - Minor Borneo spoilers Around 54:40 - Minor Cambodia spoilers Around 1:14:24 - South Pacific spoilers Around 1:22:48 - One World spoilers 

Pacific Beat
PNG's returning PM under pressure to improve voting system following violent election

Pacific Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 7:43


PNG's members of parliament sat for the first time this week, following a general election marred by violence and controversy.

DX Daily
S E418: 21 Savage Discusses Violent Lyrics, Lil Baby Gives Back, Nicki Minaj Will Receive MTV Video Vanguard Award

DX Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 17:37


On today's DX Daily, hosts Ashia Skye and Ayeeedubb delve into a discussion sparked by 21 Savage on social media, about whether or not rappers have a social responsibility to stop rapping about violence. The hosts also discuss Lil Baby's back-to-school charity giveback to over 3,000 Atlanta children. Other topics include, Nicki Minaj being announced as the 2022 MTV Video Vanguard Award recipient, and a new freestyle from Megan Thee Stallion that has everyone talking.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Violent Delights: A Westworld Podcast
407: Metanoia – Violent Delights: A Westworld Podcast

Violent Delights: A Westworld Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 88:06 Very Popular


Violent Delights is an aftershow podcast where hosts Andrew Sorcini, Dwayne DeFreitas, and Tosin Onafowokan discuss HBO's Westworld, and the larger questions this ambitious show hopes to tackle. On this week's podcast, Andrew, Tosin, and Dwayne deconstruct the seventh episode of Westworld's fourth season, "Metanoia", as they ask: Are Maeve and Bernard really dead for good? Will Maeve ever be reunited with her daughter? How does Teddy know who Caleb is? If Christina “isn't real”, as Teddy has told her, who (or what) is Maya? Who was Bernard dictating instructions to before he was shot? [...] The post 407: Metanoia – Violent Delights: A Westworld Podcast appeared first on Geeks of Doom.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Sam Uffindell: National MP fronts after report emerges he asked to leave King's College after violent attack on younger boy

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 5:59


National MP Sam Uffindell was asked to leave King's College while he was a student after he was involved in a late-night violent beating of a younger boy, according to one report. Aged 16 as a Year 11 student at the Auckland boarding school, Uffindell and three others reportedly jumped on the boy and began beating him with what was believed to be unscrewed wooden bed legs, according to Stuff. It was reported the now MP for Tauranga apologised to his victim 22 years after the attack and nine months before he revealed his political aspirations. Sam Uffindell joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Alan Cox Show
Ass Milk/ Condiment Demotion/ Kid Money/ First Timers/ Peak Pete/ Pigs & Whales/ Heche & Run/ Violent Chris/ Taint 4 Sale

The Alan Cox Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 180:34


WHRO Reports
Harvard Bloomberg fellow digs into youth violence data to find gaps, figure out how to decrease violence

WHRO Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 1:19


Violent crimes by young people in Portsmouth jumped dramatically during the pandemic. A Harvard researcher is trying to figure out why - and how to stop the violence.

ESV: Through the Bible in a Year
August 8: Nehemiah 4–6; Psalm 35; Mark 14

ESV: Through the Bible in a Year

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 21:58


Old Testament: Nehemiah 4–6 Nehemiah 4–6 (Listen) Opposition to the Work 4 1 Now when Sanballat heard that we were building the wall, he was angry and greatly enraged, and he jeered at the Jews. 2 And he said in the presence of his brothers and of the army of Samaria, “What are these feeble Jews doing? Will they restore it for themselves?2 Will they sacrifice? Will they finish up in a day? Will they revive the stones out of the heaps of rubbish, and burned ones at that?” 3 Tobiah the Ammonite was beside him, and he said, “Yes, what they are building—if a fox goes up on it he will break down their stone wall!” 4 Hear, O our God, for we are despised. Turn back their taunt on their own heads and give them up to be plundered in a land where they are captives. 5 Do not cover their guilt, and let not their sin be blotted out from your sight, for they have provoked you to anger in the presence of the builders. 6 So we built the wall. And all the wall was joined together to half its height, for the people had a mind to work. 7 3 But when Sanballat and Tobiah and the Arabs and the Ammonites and the Ashdodites heard that the repairing of the walls of Jerusalem was going forward and that the breaches were beginning to be closed, they were very angry. 8 And they all plotted together to come and fight against Jerusalem and to cause confusion in it. 9 And we prayed to our God and set a guard as a protection against them day and night. 10 In Judah it was said,4 “The strength of those who bear the burdens is failing. There is too much rubble. By ourselves we will not be able to rebuild the wall.” 11 And our enemies said, “They will not know or see till we come among them and kill them and stop the work.” 12 At that time the Jews who lived near them came from all directions and said to us ten times, “You must return to us.”5 13 So in the lowest parts of the space behind the wall, in open places, I stationed the people by their clans, with their swords, their spears, and their bows. 14 And I looked and arose and said to the nobles and to the officials and to the rest of the people, “Do not be afraid of them. Remember the Lord, who is great and awesome, and fight for your brothers, your sons, your daughters, your wives, and your homes.” The Work Resumes 15 When our enemies heard that it was known to us and that God had frustrated their plan, we all returned to the wall, each to his work. 16 From that day on, half of my servants worked on construction, and half held the spears, shields, bows, and coats of mail. And the leaders stood behind the whole house of Judah, 17 who were building on the wall. Those who carried burdens were loaded in such a way that each labored on the work with one hand and held his weapon with the other. 18 And each of the builders had his sword strapped at his side while he built. The man who sounded the trumpet was beside me. 19 And I said to the nobles and to the officials and to the rest of the people, “The work is great and widely spread, and we are separated on the wall, far from one another. 20 In the place where you hear the sound of the trumpet, rally to us there. Our God will fight for us.” 21 So we labored at the work, and half of them held the spears from the break of dawn until the stars came out. 22 I also said to the people at that time, “Let every man and his servant pass the night within Jerusalem, that they may be a guard for us by night and may labor by day.” 23 So neither I nor my brothers nor my servants nor the men of the guard who followed me, none of us took off our clothes; each kept his weapon at his right hand.6 Nehemiah Stops Oppression of the Poor 5 Now there arose a great outcry of the people and of their wives against their Jewish brothers. 2 For there were those who said, “With our sons and our daughters, we are many. So let us get grain, that we may eat and keep alive.” 3 There were also those who said, “We are mortgaging our fields, our vineyards, and our houses to get grain because of the famine.” 4 And there were those who said, “We have borrowed money for the king's tax on our fields and our vineyards. 5 Now our flesh is as the flesh of our brothers, our children are as their children. Yet we are forcing our sons and our daughters to be slaves, and some of our daughters have already been enslaved, but it is not in our power to help it, for other men have our fields and our vineyards.” 6 I was very angry when I heard their outcry and these words. 7 I took counsel with myself, and I brought charges against the nobles and the officials. I said to them, “You are exacting interest, each from his brother.” And I held a great assembly against them 8 and said to them, “We, as far as we are able, have bought back our Jewish brothers who have been sold to the nations, but you even sell your brothers that they may be sold to us!” They were silent and could not find a word to say. 9 So I said, “The thing that you are doing is not good. Ought you not to walk in the fear of our God to prevent the taunts of the nations our enemies? 10 Moreover, I and my brothers and my servants are lending them money and grain. Let us abandon this exacting of interest. 11 Return to them this very day their fields, their vineyards, their olive orchards, and their houses, and the percentage of money, grain, wine, and oil that you have been exacting from them.” 12 Then they said, “We will restore these and require nothing from them. We will do as you say.” And I called the priests and made them swear to do as they had promised. 13 I also shook out the fold7 of my garment and said, “So may God shake out every man from his house and from his labor who does not keep this promise. So may he be shaken out and emptied.” And all the assembly said “Amen” and praised the LORD. And the people did as they had promised. Nehemiah's Generosity 14 Moreover, from the time that I was appointed to be their governor in the land of Judah, from the twentieth year to the thirty-second year of Artaxerxes the king, twelve years, neither I nor my brothers ate the food allowance of the governor. 15 The former governors who were before me laid heavy burdens on the people and took from them for their daily ration8 forty shekels9 of silver. Even their servants lorded it over the people. But I did not do so, because of the fear of God. 16 I also persevered in the work on this wall, and we acquired no land, and all my servants were gathered there for the work. 17 Moreover, there were at my table 150 men, Jews and officials, besides those who came to us from the nations that were around us. 18 Now what was prepared at my expense10 for each day was one ox and six choice sheep and birds, and every ten days all kinds of wine in abundance. Yet for all this I did not demand the food allowance of the governor, because the service was too heavy on this people. 19 Remember for my good, O my God, all that I have done for this people. Conspiracy Against Nehemiah 6 Now when Sanballat and Tobiah and Geshem the Arab and the rest of our enemies heard that I had built the wall and that there was no breach left in it (although up to that time I had not set up the doors in the gates), 2 Sanballat and Geshem sent to me, saying, “Come and let us meet together at Hakkephirim in the plain of Ono.” But they intended to do me harm. 3 And I sent messengers to them, saying, “I am doing a great work and I cannot come down. Why should the work stop while I leave it and come down to you?” 4 And they sent to me four times in this way, and I answered them in the same manner. 5 In the same way Sanballat for the fifth time sent his servant to me with an open letter in his hand. 6 In it was written, “It is reported among the nations, and Geshem11 also says it, that you and the Jews intend to rebel; that is why you are building the wall. And according to these reports you wish to become their king. 7 And you have also set up prophets to proclaim concerning you in Jerusalem, ‘There is a king in Judah.' And now the king will hear of these reports. So now come and let us take counsel together.” 8 Then I sent to him, saying, “No such things as you say have been done, for you are inventing them out of your own mind.” 9 For they all wanted to frighten us, thinking, “Their hands will drop from the work, and it will not be done.” But now, O God,12 strengthen my hands. 10 Now when I went into the house of Shemaiah the son of Delaiah, son of Mehetabel, who was confined to his home, he said, “Let us meet together in the house of God, within the temple. Let us close the doors of the temple, for they are coming to kill you. They are coming to kill you by night.” 11 But I said, “Should such a man as I run away? And what man such as I could go into the temple and live?13 I will not go in.” 12 And I understood and saw that God had not sent him, but he had pronounced the prophecy against me because Tobiah and Sanballat had hired him. 13 For this purpose he was hired, that I should be afraid and act in this way and sin, and so they could give me a bad name in order to taunt me. 14 Remember Tobiah and Sanballat, O my God, according to these things that they did, and also the prophetess Noadiah and the rest of the prophets who wanted to make me afraid. The Wall Is Finished 15 So the wall was finished on the twenty-fifth day of the month Elul, in fifty-two days. 16 And when all our enemies heard of it, all the nations around us were afraid and fell greatly in their own esteem, for they perceived that this work had been accomplished with the help of our God. 17 Moreover, in those days the nobles of Judah sent many letters to Tobiah, and Tobiah's letters came to them. 18 For many in Judah were bound by oath to him, because he was the son-in-law of Shecaniah the son of Arah: and his son Jehohanan had taken the daughter of Meshullam the son of Berechiah as his wife. 19 Also they spoke of his good deeds in my presence and reported my words to him. And Tobiah sent letters to make me afraid. Footnotes [1] 4:1 Ch 3:33 in Hebrew [2] 4:2 Or Will they commit themselves to God? [3] 4:7 Ch 4:1 in Hebrew [4] 4:10 Hebrew Judah said [5] 4:12 The meaning of the Hebrew is uncertain [6] 4:23 Or his weapon when drinking [7] 5:13 Hebrew bosom [8] 5:15 Compare Vulgate; Hebrew took from them for food and wine after [9] 5:15 A shekel was about 2/5 ounce or 11 grams [10] 5:18 Or prepared for me [11] 6:6 Hebrew Gashmu [12] 6:9 Hebrew lacks O God [13] 6:11 Or would go into the temple to save his life (ESV) Psalm: Psalm 35 Psalm 35 (Listen) Great Is the Lord Of David. 35   Contend, O LORD, with those who contend with me;    fight against those who fight against me!2   Take hold of shield and buckler    and rise for my help!3   Draw the spear and javelin1    against my pursuers!  Say to my soul,    “I am your salvation!” 4   Let them be put to shame and dishonor    who seek after my life!  Let them be turned back and disappointed    who devise evil against me!5   Let them be like chaff before the wind,    with the angel of the LORD driving them away!6   Let their way be dark and slippery,    with the angel of the LORD pursuing them! 7   For without cause they hid their net for me;    without cause they dug a pit for my life.28   Let destruction come upon him when he does not know it!  And let the net that he hid ensnare him;    let him fall into it—to his destruction! 9   Then my soul will rejoice in the LORD,    exulting in his salvation.10   All my bones shall say,    “O LORD, who is like you,  delivering the poor    from him who is too strong for him,    the poor and needy from him who robs him?” 11   Malicious3 witnesses rise up;    they ask me of things that I do not know.12   They repay me evil for good;    my soul is bereft.413   But I, when they were sick—    I wore sackcloth;    I afflicted myself with fasting;  I prayed with head bowed5 on my chest.14     I went about as though I grieved for my friend or my brother;  as one who laments his mother,    I bowed down in mourning. 15   But at my stumbling they rejoiced and gathered;    they gathered together against me;  wretches whom I did not know    tore at me without ceasing;16   like profane mockers at a feast,6    they gnash at me with their teeth. 17   How long, O Lord, will you look on?    Rescue me from their destruction,    my precious life from the lions!18   I will thank you in the great congregation;    in the mighty throng I will praise you. 19   Let not those rejoice over me    who are wrongfully my foes,  and let not those wink the eye    who hate me without cause.20   For they do not speak peace,    but against those who are quiet in the land    they devise words of deceit.21   They open wide their mouths against me;    they say, “Aha, Aha!    Our eyes have seen it!” 22   You have seen, O LORD; be not silent!    O Lord, be not far from me!23   Awake and rouse yourself for my vindication,    for my cause, my God and my Lord!24   Vindicate me, O LORD, my God,    according to your righteousness,    and let them not rejoice over me!25   Let them not say in their hearts,    “Aha, our heart's desire!”  Let them not say, “We have swallowed him up.” 26   Let them be put to shame and disappointed altogether    who rejoice at my calamity!  Let them be clothed with shame and dishonor    who magnify themselves against me! 27   Let those who delight in my righteousness    shout for joy and be glad    and say evermore,  “Great is the LORD,    who delights in the welfare of his servant!”28   Then my tongue shall tell of your righteousness    and of your praise all the day long. Footnotes [1] 35:3 Or and close the way [2] 35:7 The word pit is transposed from the preceding line; Hebrew For without cause they hid the pit of their net for me; without cause they dug for my life [3] 35:11 Or Violent [4] 35:12 Hebrew it is bereavement to my soul [5] 35:13 Or my prayer shall turn back [6] 35:16 The meaning of the Hebrew phrase is uncertain (ESV) New Testament: Mark 14 Mark 14 (Listen) The Plot to Kill Jesus 14 It was now two days before the Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread. And the chief priests and the scribes were seeking how to arrest him by stealth and kill him, 2 for they said, “Not during the feast, lest there be an uproar from the people.” Jesus Anointed at Bethany 3 And while he was at Bethany in the house of Simon the leper,1 as he was reclining at table, a woman came with an alabaster flask of ointment of pure nard, very costly, and she broke the flask and poured it over his head. 4 There were some who said to themselves indignantly, “Why was the ointment wasted like that? 5 For this ointment could have been sold for more than three hundred denarii2 and given to the poor.” And they scolded her. 6 But Jesus said, “Leave her alone. Why do you trouble her? She has done a beautiful thing to me. 7 For you always have the poor with you, and whenever you want, you can do good for them. But you will not always have me. 8 She has done what she could; she has anointed my body beforehand for burial. 9 And truly, I say to you, wherever the gospel is proclaimed in the whole world, what she has done will be told in memory of her.” Judas to Betray Jesus 10 Then Judas Iscariot, who was one of the twelve, went to the chief priests in order to betray him to them. 11 And when they heard it, they were glad and promised to give him money. And he sought an opportunity to betray him. The Passover with the Disciples 12 And on the first day of Unleavened Bread, when they sacrificed the Passover lamb, his disciples said to him, “Where will you have us go and prepare for you to eat the Passover?” 13 And he sent two of his disciples and said to them, “Go into the city, and a man carrying a jar of water will meet you. Follow him, 14 and wherever he enters, say to the master of the house, ‘The Teacher says, Where is my guest room, where I may eat the Passover with my disciples?' 15 And he will show you a large upper room furnished and ready; there prepare for us.” 16 And the disciples set out and went to the city and found it just as he had told them, and they prepared the Passover. 17 And when it was evening, he came with the twelve. 18 And as they were reclining at table and eating, Jesus said, “Truly, I say to you, one of you will betray me, one who is eating with me.” 19 They began to be sorrowful and to say to him one after another, “Is it I?” 20 He said to them, “It is one of the twelve, one who is dipping bread into the dish with me. 21 For the Son of Man goes as it is written of him, but woe to that man by whom the Son of Man is betrayed! It would have been better for that man if he had not been born.” Institution of the Lord's Supper 22 And as they were eating, he took bread, and after blessing it broke it and gave it to them, and said, “Take; this is my body.” 23 And he took a cup, and when he had given thanks he gave it to them, and they all drank of it. 24 And he said to them, “This is my blood of the3 covenant, which is poured out for many. 25 Truly, I say to you, I will not drink again of the fruit of the vine until that day when I drink it new in the kingdom of God.” Jesus Foretells Peter's Denial 26 And when they had sung a hymn, they went out to the Mount of Olives. 27 And Jesus said to them, “You will all fall away, for it is written, ‘I will strike the shepherd, and the sheep will be scattered.' 28 But after I am raised up, I will go before you to Galilee.” 29 Peter said to him, “Even though they all fall away, I will not.” 30 And Jesus said to him, “Truly, I tell you, this very night, before the rooster crows twice, you will deny me three times.” 31 But he said emphatically, “If I must die with you, I will not deny you.” And they all said the same. Jesus Prays in Gethsemane 32 And they went to a place called Gethsemane. And he said to his disciples, “Sit here while I pray.” 33 And he took with him Peter and James and John, and began to be greatly distressed and troubled. 34 And he said to them, “My soul is very sorrowful, even to death. Remain here and watch.”4 35 And going a little farther, he fell on the ground and prayed that, if it were possible, the hour might pass from him. 36 And he said, “Abba, Father, all things are possible for you. Remove this cup from me. Yet not what I will, but what you will.” 37 And he came and found them sleeping, and he said to Peter, “Simon, are you asleep? Could you not watch one hour? 38 Watch and pray that you may not enter into temptation. The spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak.” 39 And again he went away and prayed, saying the same words. 40 And again he came and found them sleeping, for their eyes were very heavy, and they did not know what to answer him. 41 And he came the third time and said to them, “Are you still sleeping and taking your rest? It is enough; the hour has come. The Son of Man is betrayed into the hands of sinners. 42 Rise, let us be going; see, my betrayer is at hand.” Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus 43 And immediately, while he was still speaking, Judas came, one of the twelve, and with him a crowd with swords and clubs, from the chief priests and the scribes and the elders. 44 Now the betrayer ha

Les Collections de l'heure du crime
Le violent braquage de Kim Kardashian à Paris

Les Collections de l'heure du crime

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 42:24


Dans "L'heure du crime", retour sur la nuit au cours de laquelle l'Américaine Kim Kardashian, star de la télé-réalité et multimillionnaire, a été attaquée dans une résidence de luxe à Paris. C'était au petit matin du 3 octobre 2016, dans les quartiers chics de la capitale. Cinq braqueurs, vaguement déguisés en policiers et armés, réussissent avec une déconcertante facilité à accéder jusqu'à l'appartement de Kim Kardashian, qui est pourtant ce jour-là, et qui plus est en pleine période de menace terroriste, l'une des personnalités les mieux protégées du moment. Kim était curieusement seule, en peignoir, elle a "cru mourir", et a vu s'envoler cette nuit-là ses bijoux. Dont la bague de fiançailles que lui avait offert son mari, le rappeur Kanye West. Montant de ce braquage : près de 9 millions d'euros.

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
Carter - A No-Spoiler Review

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 13:01


This 13-minute Quick-Fire no-spoiler review of the newest Netflix spy movie, Carter will help you decide if Carter is worth your time.  This Korean movie is a high-action spy thriller that we think you will either love or hate.  We'll help you figure it out! Our Quick-Fire reviews have no spoilers and are designed to enhance your viewing pleasure if you decide to see the movie. You will get more out of the movie by listening first! You can listen to more of our podcasts either in your favorite podcast app or on our website's podcast page. What did you think of this episode, “Carter – A No-Spoiler Review”?  Did it help you decide? If you watched the movie, did our Review enhance your viewing experience? Comments: info@spymovienavigator.com Webpage: https://spymovienavigator.com/episode/carter---a-no-spoiler-review/

ESV: Every Day in the Word
August 8: Nehemiah 4–6; Ephesians 4:1–16; Psalm 35; Proverbs 21:4

ESV: Every Day in the Word

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 15:01


Old Testament: Nehemiah 4–6 Nehemiah 4–6 (Listen) Opposition to the Work 4 1 Now when Sanballat heard that we were building the wall, he was angry and greatly enraged, and he jeered at the Jews. 2 And he said in the presence of his brothers and of the army of Samaria, “What are these feeble Jews doing? Will they restore it for themselves?2 Will they sacrifice? Will they finish up in a day? Will they revive the stones out of the heaps of rubbish, and burned ones at that?” 3 Tobiah the Ammonite was beside him, and he said, “Yes, what they are building—if a fox goes up on it he will break down their stone wall!” 4 Hear, O our God, for we are despised. Turn back their taunt on their own heads and give them up to be plundered in a land where they are captives. 5 Do not cover their guilt, and let not their sin be blotted out from your sight, for they have provoked you to anger in the presence of the builders. 6 So we built the wall. And all the wall was joined together to half its height, for the people had a mind to work. 7 3 But when Sanballat and Tobiah and the Arabs and the Ammonites and the Ashdodites heard that the repairing of the walls of Jerusalem was going forward and that the breaches were beginning to be closed, they were very angry. 8 And they all plotted together to come and fight against Jerusalem and to cause confusion in it. 9 And we prayed to our God and set a guard as a protection against them day and night. 10 In Judah it was said,4 “The strength of those who bear the burdens is failing. There is too much rubble. By ourselves we will not be able to rebuild the wall.” 11 And our enemies said, “They will not know or see till we come among them and kill them and stop the work.” 12 At that time the Jews who lived near them came from all directions and said to us ten times, “You must return to us.”5 13 So in the lowest parts of the space behind the wall, in open places, I stationed the people by their clans, with their swords, their spears, and their bows. 14 And I looked and arose and said to the nobles and to the officials and to the rest of the people, “Do not be afraid of them. Remember the Lord, who is great and awesome, and fight for your brothers, your sons, your daughters, your wives, and your homes.” The Work Resumes 15 When our enemies heard that it was known to us and that God had frustrated their plan, we all returned to the wall, each to his work. 16 From that day on, half of my servants worked on construction, and half held the spears, shields, bows, and coats of mail. And the leaders stood behind the whole house of Judah, 17 who were building on the wall. Those who carried burdens were loaded in such a way that each labored on the work with one hand and held his weapon with the other. 18 And each of the builders had his sword strapped at his side while he built. The man who sounded the trumpet was beside me. 19 And I said to the nobles and to the officials and to the rest of the people, “The work is great and widely spread, and we are separated on the wall, far from one another. 20 In the place where you hear the sound of the trumpet, rally to us there. Our God will fight for us.” 21 So we labored at the work, and half of them held the spears from the break of dawn until the stars came out. 22 I also said to the people at that time, “Let every man and his servant pass the night within Jerusalem, that they may be a guard for us by night and may labor by day.” 23 So neither I nor my brothers nor my servants nor the men of the guard who followed me, none of us took off our clothes; each kept his weapon at his right hand.6 Nehemiah Stops Oppression of the Poor 5 Now there arose a great outcry of the people and of their wives against their Jewish brothers. 2 For there were those who said, “With our sons and our daughters, we are many. So let us get grain, that we may eat and keep alive.” 3 There were also those who said, “We are mortgaging our fields, our vineyards, and our houses to get grain because of the famine.” 4 And there were those who said, “We have borrowed money for the king's tax on our fields and our vineyards. 5 Now our flesh is as the flesh of our brothers, our children are as their children. Yet we are forcing our sons and our daughters to be slaves, and some of our daughters have already been enslaved, but it is not in our power to help it, for other men have our fields and our vineyards.” 6 I was very angry when I heard their outcry and these words. 7 I took counsel with myself, and I brought charges against the nobles and the officials. I said to them, “You are exacting interest, each from his brother.” And I held a great assembly against them 8 and said to them, “We, as far as we are able, have bought back our Jewish brothers who have been sold to the nations, but you even sell your brothers that they may be sold to us!” They were silent and could not find a word to say. 9 So I said, “The thing that you are doing is not good. Ought you not to walk in the fear of our God to prevent the taunts of the nations our enemies? 10 Moreover, I and my brothers and my servants are lending them money and grain. Let us abandon this exacting of interest. 11 Return to them this very day their fields, their vineyards, their olive orchards, and their houses, and the percentage of money, grain, wine, and oil that you have been exacting from them.” 12 Then they said, “We will restore these and require nothing from them. We will do as you say.” And I called the priests and made them swear to do as they had promised. 13 I also shook out the fold7 of my garment and said, “So may God shake out every man from his house and from his labor who does not keep this promise. So may he be shaken out and emptied.” And all the assembly said “Amen” and praised the LORD. And the people did as they had promised. Nehemiah's Generosity 14 Moreover, from the time that I was appointed to be their governor in the land of Judah, from the twentieth year to the thirty-second year of Artaxerxes the king, twelve years, neither I nor my brothers ate the food allowance of the governor. 15 The former governors who were before me laid heavy burdens on the people and took from them for their daily ration8 forty shekels9 of silver. Even their servants lorded it over the people. But I did not do so, because of the fear of God. 16 I also persevered in the work on this wall, and we acquired no land, and all my servants were gathered there for the work. 17 Moreover, there were at my table 150 men, Jews and officials, besides those who came to us from the nations that were around us. 18 Now what was prepared at my expense10 for each day was one ox and six choice sheep and birds, and every ten days all kinds of wine in abundance. Yet for all this I did not demand the food allowance of the governor, because the service was too heavy on this people. 19 Remember for my good, O my God, all that I have done for this people. Conspiracy Against Nehemiah 6 Now when Sanballat and Tobiah and Geshem the Arab and the rest of our enemies heard that I had built the wall and that there was no breach left in it (although up to that time I had not set up the doors in the gates), 2 Sanballat and Geshem sent to me, saying, “Come and let us meet together at Hakkephirim in the plain of Ono.” But they intended to do me harm. 3 And I sent messengers to them, saying, “I am doing a great work and I cannot come down. Why should the work stop while I leave it and come down to you?” 4 And they sent to me four times in this way, and I answered them in the same manner. 5 In the same way Sanballat for the fifth time sent his servant to me with an open letter in his hand. 6 In it was written, “It is reported among the nations, and Geshem11 also says it, that you and the Jews intend to rebel; that is why you are building the wall. And according to these reports you wish to become their king. 7 And you have also set up prophets to proclaim concerning you in Jerusalem, ‘There is a king in Judah.' And now the king will hear of these reports. So now come and let us take counsel together.” 8 Then I sent to him, saying, “No such things as you say have been done, for you are inventing them out of your own mind.” 9 For they all wanted to frighten us, thinking, “Their hands will drop from the work, and it will not be done.” But now, O God,12 strengthen my hands. 10 Now when I went into the house of Shemaiah the son of Delaiah, son of Mehetabel, who was confined to his home, he said, “Let us meet together in the house of God, within the temple. Let us close the doors of the temple, for they are coming to kill you. They are coming to kill you by night.” 11 But I said, “Should such a man as I run away? And what man such as I could go into the temple and live?13 I will not go in.” 12 And I understood and saw that God had not sent him, but he had pronounced the prophecy against me because Tobiah and Sanballat had hired him. 13 For this purpose he was hired, that I should be afraid and act in this way and sin, and so they could give me a bad name in order to taunt me. 14 Remember Tobiah and Sanballat, O my God, according to these things that they did, and also the prophetess Noadiah and the rest of the prophets who wanted to make me afraid. The Wall Is Finished 15 So the wall was finished on the twenty-fifth day of the month Elul, in fifty-two days. 16 And when all our enemies heard of it, all the nations around us were afraid and fell greatly in their own esteem, for they perceived that this work had been accomplished with the help of our God. 17 Moreover, in those days the nobles of Judah sent many letters to Tobiah, and Tobiah's letters came to them. 18 For many in Judah were bound by oath to him, because he was the son-in-law of Shecaniah the son of Arah: and his son Jehohanan had taken the daughter of Meshullam the son of Berechiah as his wife. 19 Also they spoke of his good deeds in my presence and reported my words to him. And Tobiah sent letters to make me afraid. Footnotes [1] 4:1 Ch 3:33 in Hebrew [2] 4:2 Or Will they commit themselves to God? [3] 4:7 Ch 4:1 in Hebrew [4] 4:10 Hebrew Judah said [5] 4:12 The meaning of the Hebrew is uncertain [6] 4:23 Or his weapon when drinking [7] 5:13 Hebrew bosom [8] 5:15 Compare Vulgate; Hebrew took from them for food and wine after [9] 5:15 A shekel was about 2/5 ounce or 11 grams [10] 5:18 Or prepared for me [11] 6:6 Hebrew Gashmu [12] 6:9 Hebrew lacks O God [13] 6:11 Or would go into the temple to save his life (ESV) New Testament: Ephesians 4:1–16 Ephesians 4:1–16 (Listen) Unity in the Body of Christ 4 I therefore, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling to which you have been called, 2 with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love, 3 eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. 4 There is one body and one Spirit—just as you were called to the one hope that belongs to your call—5 one Lord, one faith, one baptism, 6 one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all. 7 But grace was given to each one of us according to the measure of Christ's gift. 8 Therefore it says,   “When he ascended on high he led a host of captives,    and he gave gifts to men.”1 9 (In saying, “He ascended,” what does it mean but that he had also descended into the lower regions, the earth?2 10 He who descended is the one who also ascended far above all the heavens, that he might fill all things.) 11 And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the shepherds3 and teachers,4 12 to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, 13 until we all attain to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to mature manhood,5 to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ, 14 so that we may no longer be children, tossed to and fro by the waves and carried about by every wind of doctrine, by human cunning, by craftiness in deceitful schemes. 15 Rather, speaking the truth in love, we are to grow up in every way into him who is the head, into Christ, 16 from whom the whole body, joined and held together by every joint with which it is equipped, when each part is working properly, makes the body grow so that it builds itself up in love. Footnotes [1] 4:8 The Greek word anthropoi can refer to both men and women [2] 4:9 Or the lower parts of the earth? [3] 4:11 Or pastors [4] 4:11 Or the shepherd-teachers [5] 4:13 Greek to a full-grown man (ESV) Psalm: Psalm 35 Psalm 35 (Listen) Great Is the Lord Of David. 35   Contend, O LORD, with those who contend with me;    fight against those who fight against me!2   Take hold of shield and buckler    and rise for my help!3   Draw the spear and javelin1    against my pursuers!  Say to my soul,    “I am your salvation!” 4   Let them be put to shame and dishonor    who seek after my life!  Let them be turned back and disappointed    who devise evil against me!5   Let them be like chaff before the wind,    with the angel of the LORD driving them away!6   Let their way be dark and slippery,    with the angel of the LORD pursuing them! 7   For without cause they hid their net for me;    without cause they dug a pit for my life.28   Let destruction come upon him when he does not know it!  And let the net that he hid ensnare him;    let him fall into it—to his destruction! 9   Then my soul will rejoice in the LORD,    exulting in his salvation.10   All my bones shall say,    “O LORD, who is like you,  delivering the poor    from him who is too strong for him,    the poor and needy from him who robs him?” 11   Malicious3 witnesses rise up;    they ask me of things that I do not know.12   They repay me evil for good;    my soul is bereft.413   But I, when they were sick—    I wore sackcloth;    I afflicted myself with fasting;  I prayed with head bowed5 on my chest.14     I went about as though I grieved for my friend or my brother;  as one who laments his mother,    I bowed down in mourning. 15   But at my stumbling they rejoiced and gathered;    they gathered together against me;  wretches whom I did not know    tore at me without ceasing;16   like profane mockers at a feast,6    they gnash at me with their teeth. 17   How long, O Lord, will you look on?    Rescue me from their destruction,    my precious life from the lions!18   I will thank you in the great congregation;    in the mighty throng I will praise you. 19   Let not those rejoice over me    who are wrongfully my foes,  and let not those wink the eye    who hate me without cause.20   For they do not speak peace,    but against those who are quiet in the land    they devise words of deceit.21   They open wide their mouths against me;    they say, “Aha, Aha!    Our eyes have seen it!” 22   You have seen, O LORD; be not silent!    O Lord, be not far from me!23   Awake and rouse yourself for my vindication,    for my cause, my God and my Lord!24   Vindicate me, O LORD, my God,    according to your righteousness,    and let them not rejoice over me!25   Let them not say in their hearts,    “Aha, our heart's desire!”  Let them not say, “We have swallowed him up.” 26   Let them be put to shame and disappointed altogether    who rejoice at my calamity!  Let them be clothed with shame and dishonor    who magnify themselves against me! 27   Let those who delight in my righteousness    shout for joy and be glad    and say evermore,  “Great is the LORD,    who delights in the welfare of his servant!”28   Then my tongue shall tell of your righteousness    and of your praise all the day long. Footnotes [1] 35:3 Or and close the way [2] 35:7 The word pit is transposed from the preceding line; Hebrew For without cause they hid the pit of their net for me; without cause they dug for my life [3] 35:11 Or Violent [4] 35:12 Hebrew it is bereavement to my soul [5] 35:13 Or my prayer shall turn back [6] 35:16 The meaning of the Hebrew phrase is uncertain (ESV) Proverb: Proverbs 21:4 Proverbs 21:4 (Listen) 4   Haughty eyes and a proud heart,    the lamp1 of the wicked, are sin. Footnotes [1] 21:4 Or the plowing (ESV)

PBS NewsHour - Health
News Wrap: Cease-fire takes effect in Gaza after days of violent conflict

PBS NewsHour - Health

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 2:32


In our news wrap Sunday, a cease-fire in Gaza has gone into effect after days of Israeli strikes and militant counterattacks, the U.S. Senate passed a sprawling bill to fight climate change and lower healthcare costs, Biden cleared from isolation at the White House after a second negative COVID test, and China carried out military drills near Taiwan for the fourth day in a row. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Segments
News Wrap: Cease-fire takes effect in Gaza after days of violent conflict

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 2:32


In our news wrap Sunday, a cease-fire in Gaza has gone into effect after days of Israeli strikes and militant counterattacks, the U.S. Senate passed a sprawling bill to fight climate change and lower healthcare costs, Biden cleared from isolation at the White House after a second negative COVID test, and China carried out military drills near Taiwan for the fourth day in a row. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Politics
News Wrap: Cease-fire takes effect in Gaza after days of violent conflict

PBS NewsHour - Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 2:32


In our news wrap Sunday, a cease-fire in Gaza has gone into effect after days of Israeli strikes and militant counterattacks, the U.S. Senate passed a sprawling bill to fight climate change and lower healthcare costs, Biden cleared from isolation at the White House after a second negative COVID test, and China carried out military drills near Taiwan for the fourth day in a row. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - World
News Wrap: Cease-fire takes effect in Gaza after days of violent conflict

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 2:32


In our news wrap Sunday, a cease-fire in Gaza has gone into effect after days of Israeli strikes and militant counterattacks, the U.S. Senate passed a sprawling bill to fight climate change and lower healthcare costs, Biden cleared from isolation at the White House after a second negative COVID test, and China carried out military drills near Taiwan for the fourth day in a row. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Podcast Under The Stairs
The Podcast Under the Stairs - 88 Films Italian Collection - Disc 71 - Violent City

Podcast Under The Stairs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 28:01


Welcome to this sub-set of show exclusively looking at the Duncan's 88 Films Italian Collection. Every 3 weeks Duncan will review the next title in the 88 Films Italian Collection on The Podcast Under the Stairs. Disc 71 is Violent City (1970). The grading follows the Netflix rating style of 1 = Hated It, 2 = Didn't Like It, 3 = Liked It, 4 = Really Liked It & 5 = Loved It Violent City (1970): Duncan: 3.5 The Italian Collection will return in 3 weeks time with Disc 72 - Hitcher in the Dark (1989). Our new RSS Feed: https://anchor.fm/s/13ba6ef0/podcast/rss BUY OFFICIAL TPUTS MERCH FROM http://tputscast.bigcartel.com Check out the show on Anchor, iTunes, TuneIn & on Stitcher Radio. Join our Discord Community. Please leave us feedback on iTunes, podcastunderthestairs@gmail.com and follow us on Facebook & Twitter.

Law Enforcement Today Podcast
S6E63: Violent Attacks on Police, Surviving the Asaults and Life After. Special Episode.

Law Enforcement Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 41:43


Violent Attacks on Police, Surviving the Assaults and Life After. The Life and Death Attack that he survived, the effects of multiple assaults on his life. Training for the event that all Cops hope will never happen. Saving and rebuilding the lives of First Responders. For 24/7 Confidential Free Information call 833-776-1420. Shatterproof for First Responders at FHE Health. His experience as a cop surviving a life and death attack. From the tactical response to the effects of this attack and exposure to repeated trauma had on his life. Dennis O'Connor, a retired Police Master Sergeant and Law Enforcement Liaison for Government Training Institute, talks about his experience in surviving violent attacks while working in law enforcement. He also discusses the toll that repeated trauma from these violent encounters takes on our first responders. Dennis talks about his work and their SWAT and tactical training for military and law enforcement officers. Be sure to Like and Follow us on Facebook. If you enjoy the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast, please tell a friend or two, or three about it.  Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Never miss out on an episode of the Law Enforcement Today Podcast, AND be automatically entered in all future contests. Simply subscribe to our free email newsletter, never more than 2 issues a week sent out. Click here and scroll down about halfway. Check out the Clubhouse: Drop In Audio Chat App for free. It is social audio, think of truly interactive talk radio. Be sure to become a member of our club for free, LET Radio and Podcast.  Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook.  In the Clubhouse app look for and follow @LetRadioShow. Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show jay@lawenforcementtoday.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Nintendo Switch NXpress Podcast
NXpress Nintendo Podcast 295: Live a Live Review, Pokemon Presents, and Coromon!

The Nintendo Switch NXpress Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 71:58


RPG overload, I choose you! This week on the NXpress Nintendo Podcast, Cameron Daxon, Marc Kaliroff, and Campbell Gill return from their brief hiatus for an episode packed to the brim with roleplaying delights. The gang starts out by reacting to the latest Pokemon Presents showcase, which gave us so much more than just an adorable bread dog: alongside a bundle of exhilarating mobile game updates, we also got a deep dive into the fascinating world of Scarlet and Violet with a presentation that might have given us more questions than answers. Will we have access to the legendary Pokémon right from the start? How will the three stories work in the open world environment? Will we ever be able to use the Pokéball Plus controller again? Only time will tell, and there's always time for Game Freak to hurt us again. Next up, we keep the monster-catching fun going by reviewing Coromon, an RPG that takes just a little inspiration from Pokémon. It may not be the most original adventure around, but it's plenty of good fun with beautiful graphics, deep combat, and engaging exploration for those who want a lovely little RPG to tide them over until we're graced with Scarlet and Violent. Last but most definitely not least, Campbell celebrates the lost masterpiece that is Live a Live, the formerly Japan-exclusive RPG that has finally received its international debut with an HD-2D remake. This 1994 classic has not only become one of the most beautiful games on Switch thanks to its stunning graphical upgrade, but the core content shines brighter than ever: this is one of the most inventive RPGs from the genre's golden age in the 90s, and its unconventional gameplay structure and deep worldbuilding still deserve to be played by all genre aficionados. You can listen to our show on YouTube |  Stitcher | iTunes |  Podbean | Spotify | Listen Notes | iHeartRadio | Player FM | Amazon Audible Playlist: LFXIV – NXpress Intro 00:43 – Opening: Pokémon Presents Reaction “Legendary Battle” – Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Let's Go Eevee 22:50 – Indie Spotlight: Coromon “Dive” – Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire 43:30 – Live a Live Review “Near Future Opening” – Live a Live

Live to Shoot - Defending our 2nd Amendment Rights
The ATF/FBI creating more list of gunowners and the 2A is a "Domestic Violent Terrorism Symbol"

Live to Shoot - Defending our 2nd Amendment Rights

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 10:27


In this episode we discuss  how how the ATF and FBI are creating more list of gunowners and the flagging of patriotic symbols as domestic terrorist symbols.Fountain Podcast AppFollow twitter @JeffDowdleFollow me on Truth Social - @JeffDowdleConvention of States ProjectPresearch search engine sign up.Brave BrowserFind our RepresentativeJoin me on Parler Social Media! https://par.pw/download/@jefftdowdleemail me at jeff@livetoshoot.comFollow me on GettrFollow me on Telegramsubscribe to my newsletterCheck out our new apparelRumbleFollow me on MeWeFollow me on GabFollow me on ClouthubSupport the show

John and Ken on Demand
John & Ken Show Hour 2 (08/04)

John and Ken on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 36:36


Tim Conway Jr. in for John & Ken3:05- Violent crash kills 6 in Windsor Hills3:20- Violent crash kills 6 in Windsor Hills3:35- Santa Clarita Fire, Hustler Robbery & Windsor crash / Britney GrinerLA City Council banning homeless encampment near schools3:50- Recap / Latest of Santa Clarita Fire / Mike Love – Beach Boys / Dodgers

The John Batchelor Show
#NewWorldReport: The violent and forgotten-about Northern Triangle. Latin American Research Professor Evan Ellis, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute. @revanellis

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 14:10


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #NewWorldReport: The violent and forgotten-about Northern Triangle. Latin American Research Professor Evan Ellis, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute. @revanellis https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11065941/Guatemalas-Giammattei-unharmed-gunmen-fire-military-guarding-entourage.html

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 2 | Crash In Windsor Hills @ConwayShow in for John & Ken

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 36:36


3:05- Violent crash kills 6 in Windsor Hills3:20- Violent crash kills 6 in Windsor Hills3:35- Santa Clarita Fire, Hustler Robbery & Windsor crash / Britney GrinerLA City Council banning homeless encampment near schools3:50- Recap / Latest of Santa Clarita Fire / Mike Love – Beach Boys / Dodgers

Dan Caplis
Ryan's Riffs, 8/4: Blues Image, Violent Femmes, Rush, Tom Petty, AC/DC, Dire Straits

Dan Caplis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 27:45


Ride Captain Ride - Blues Image, Gone Daddy Gone - Violent Femmes, Mission - Rush, Here Comes My Girl - Tom Petty, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap - AC/DC, Your Latest Trick - Dire Straits

UnHerd Daily
The violent heart of Boston

UnHerd Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 9:43


In today's episode Derek Turner writes about a Lincolnshire town at war with itself, in an exclusive UnHerd essay titled The violent heart of Boston.

Les voix du crime
PORTRAIT - Qui est Valérie Bacot, coupable d'avoir tué son mari violent ?

Les voix du crime

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 9:31


Elle est dans le box des accusés mais c'est elle la victime. C'est tout le paradoxe du procès de Valérie Bacot, petite femme menue, longs cheveux blonds, de grands yeux bleus d'enfant, un joli visage qui a pris trop de coups. Le verdict tombe tard dans la nuit : 4 ans de prison, dont 3 avec sursis. Elle est libre. La valise que porte son fils Dylan ne servira pas. Valérie Bacot va retrouver les siens. Et tenter d'oublier l'homme qui a saccagé son existence, le mari violent qu'elle a tué... Daniel Paulette. Dans chaque épisode, "Les Voix du crime" donne la parole à un témoin clé d'une affaire criminelle... Mais qui sont celles et ceux qu'ils ont côtoyés ? Celles et ceux qui trouvent leur place dans leur récit ? Toutes les deux semaines, Isabelle Choquet dresse le portrait d'une figure incontournable de ces crimes qui ont marqué l'histoire judiciaire.

Open Record
S E231: Love You To Death

Open Record

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 31:05


Violent crime in Milwaukee is hitting home - literally. Domestic violence homicides continue to surge, with 30 so far in 2022 (compared to 40 in all of 2021). On this episode of Open Record, the Executive Director of Sojourner Family Peace Center talks about a promising new model for preventing intimate partner violence from turning deadly and the barriers to its success that remain.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Current
UN peacekeepers under fire over violent protests in Congo

The Current

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 23:27


Violent protests erupted in the Democratic Republic of Congo last week — people there feel the United Nations has failed in its peacekeeping mission, as its decades-long instability drags on. We discuss the country's humanitarian crisis with Nelleke van de Walle from the International Crisis Group; Amavi Akpamagbo, the director of Save the Children in Congo; and Dominique Hyde, UNHCR's director for external relations.

Hagmann Report
It's Now "FBI Official:" Most Violent Extremists Are Constitutional Conservative Christians | Randy Taylor/Doug Hagmann | The Hagmann Report

Hagmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 90:01


For show notes, links and complete description, visit www.HagmannReport.comThe Hagmann Report is brought to you by EMP Shield - www.EMPshield.com/hagmannUse Promo Code HAGMANN for $50 OFF!IMPORTANT LINKS:DONATE: (www.HagmannReport.com/donate)HAGMANN COFFEE: (www.HagmannStore.com)The Hagmann Report provides news and information based on a combination of exclusive investigative work, proprietary sources, contacts, qualified guests, open-source material. The Hagmann Report will never be encumbered by political correctness or held hostage to an agenda of revisionist history.Join Doug Hagmann, host of the Hagmann Report, Weekdays @ 7 PM ET.ON THE GO? SUBSCRIBE TO HAGMANN'S PODCASTiTunes: (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hagmann-report/id631558915?uo=4)Spotify: (https://open.spotify.com/show/376mkckQHCPYTJssQN794g)iHeart: (https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-hagmann-report-30926499/)Spreaker: (https://www.spreaker.com/show/hagmann-report)Email: studio@hagmannreport.comFOLLOW HAGMANN AT:Parler: (www.parler.com/profile/DouglasHagmann)Gab: @DougHagmannTwitter: Twitter is garbage

Beer and Bible
Ep. 54 - A violent kingdom and taunting children - Matthew 11.11-19

Beer and Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 62:42


Here we go; after a long break waiting for my computer to get fixed, we have the latest (maybe not greatest) episode of Beer and Bible. This picks up from last episode and we highly recommend listening to that before getting into this episode. Originally this was supposed to be a fairly short podcast on 9 verses but we were sufficiently distracted. We talk about a couple different interpretations of a kingdom that Jesus refers to as coming "violently" as well as getting into what Chris refers to as "Yoda Speak" where Jesus talks about children singing songs and dirges and how his listeners have been responding.

Golan-Globus Theater
Violent City AKA The Family (Charles Bronson and Telly Savalas)

Golan-Globus Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 113:37


Getting the hard life lessons on the fog

RNZ: Checkpoint
Police Minister details new gun ban law for violent criminals

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 7:24


A law that could see violent criminals banned from even being on the same property as a firearm for up to a decade will come into force by the end of next week - along with tougher penalties for those who beach the orders. But critics says it doesnt go far enough because it does not give police warrantless search powers for people for people subject to Firearms Prohibition Orders; unless there is reasonable cause to suspect a crime. Courts will have the descretion to impose FPOs on serious violent criminals meaning they're banned from gun shops and ranges, cant be in a car where there's a gun or attend any activities involving a firearm and are disqualified from holding a gun licence. I asked police Minister Chris Hipkins if he thinks this law will be a game changer. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6310306231112

WTAW - Infomaniacs
The Infomaniacs: August 2, 2022 (6:00am)

WTAW - Infomaniacs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 35:32


Entertainment. National holidays and celebrity birthdays. Inflation. Drone strike kills leader of al-Qaeda. Voting day in some states. Atlanta music festival canceled over gun laws. Violent cities. Trump restaurant. Plus local news and sports.

Game Day
Kahler on Watson suspension, the "non-violent" ruling and mood at Browns training camp

Game Day

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 11:48


Staff Writer for Defector, Kalyn Kahler joins Game Play to talk about all the fallout from Deshaun Watson's six-game suspension. She shared her thoughts on the length of the suspension, whether the NFL will appeal the ruling, why it was only six games and considered "non-violent" and the mood at Cleveland Browns training camp.

Scandalous Games
Episode 16: The 1993-4 Violent Video Game Hearings and the Creation of the ESRB (How Did Video Games Get Age Ratings in the U.S.?)

Scandalous Games

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 93:06


Historian Kevin Impellizeri shares a story of a video game controversy to his friends: Elford Stephens, Phil Thomas, and Andy Hunter. We finally wrap up our series explaining how video games got age ratings in the United States. We address the December 9, 1993, Congressional hearing about video game violence and how this led to the games industry creating a trade organization--the Interactive Digital Software Association (IDSA, now known as the Entertainment Software Association)--as well as a comprehensive ratings system: the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB).  Topics discussed include: How different game companies handled content before 1993, how Sega and Nintendo brought their marketing feud into the halls of Congress, and how the ratings system, in many respects, made it easier to put racy content in games.To learn more about the creation of the ESRB, check out:Blake J. Harris, Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo, and the Battle That Defined a Generation (Dey Street Books, 2015): https://www.amazon.com/Console-Wars-Nintendo-Defined-Generation/dp/0062276700.Blake J. Harris, "Content Rated By: An Oral History of the ESRB," Gamesbeat: https://venturebeat.com/2019/11/22/content-rated-by-an-oral-history-of-the-esrb-excerpt-doom-to-the-power-of-ten/.Jimmy Maher's four-part series on the ESRB's creation, The Ratings Game: https://www.filfre.net/2021/04/the-ratings-game-part-1-a-likely-and-an-unlikely-suspect/.Theme Music: Occam's Sikhwee by Sikh Knowledge (Free Music Archive: https://bit.ly/33G4sLO), used under CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 US (https://bit.ly/33JXogQ) More info, including show notes and sources at http://scandalousgamespodcast.wordpress.com. 

Violent Delights: A Westworld Podcast
406: Fidelity – Violent Delights: A Westworld Podcast

Violent Delights: A Westworld Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 81:07 Very Popular


Violent Delights is an aftershow podcast where hosts Andrew Sorcini, Dwayne DeFreitas, and Tosin Onafowokan discuss HBO's Westworld, and the larger questions this ambitious show hopes to tackle. On this week's podcast, Andrew, Tosin, and Dwayne deconstruct the sixth episode of Westworld‘s fourth season, "Fidelity", as they ask: Why did Bernard scan C's data? Why would the hosts rather kill themselves than submit to Hale's transcendence plans? What's Hale going to do with the next Caleb? [...] The post 406: Fidelity – Violent Delights: A Westworld Podcast appeared first on Geeks of Doom.

AJC Passport
The Forgotten Exodus: Iraq

AJC Passport

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 21:09 Very Popular


Listen to the premiere episode of a new limited narrative series from American Jewish Committee (AJC): The Forgotten Exodus. Each Monday, for the next six weeks, AJC will release a new episode of The Forgotten Exodus, the first-ever narrative podcast series to focus exclusively on Mizrahi and Sephardic Jews. This week's episode focuses on Jews from Iraq. If you like what you hear, use the link below to subscribe before the next episode drops on August 8. Who are the Jews of Iraq? Why did they leave? And why do so many Iraqi Jews, even those born elsewhere, still consider Iraq their home?  Join us to uncover the answers to these questions through the inspiring story of Mizrahi Jewish cartoonist Carol Isaacs' family. Feeling alienated growing up as the only Jew in school from an Arab-majority country, Carol turned her longing for Iraq and the life her family left behind into a gripping graphic memoir, The Wolf of Baghdad.  Meanwhile, Zvi Ben-Dor Benite, professor of History and Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies at New York University, delves into the fascinating, yet the little-known history of Iraqi Jewry, from its roots in the region 2,600 years ago, to the antisemitic riots that led them to seek refuge in Israel, England, and the U.S. ____ Show Notes: Sign up to receive podcast updates here. Learn more about The Forgotten Exodus here.  Song credits: Thanks to Carol Isaacs and her band 3yin for permission to use The Wolf of Bagdad soundtrack. Portions of the following tracks can be heard throughout the episode:  01 Dhikrayyat (al Qasabji)  02 Muqaddima Hijaz (trad)  03 Che Mali Wali (pt 1) (trad) 05 Fog el Nakhal (trad)  11 Balini-b Balwa (trad)  12 Al Effendi (al Kuwaiti)  14 Dililol (trad)  15 Che Mail Wali (pt 2) (trad)  Pond5: “Desert Caravans”: Publisher: Pond5 Publishing Beta (BMI), Composer: Tiemur Zarobov (BMI), IPI#1098108837; “Sentimental Oud Middle Eastern”: Publisher: Pond5 Publishing Beta (BMI), Composer: Sotirios Bakas (BMI), IPI#797324989. ____ Episode Transcript: CAROL ISAACS: A lot of businesses were trashed, houses were burnt. It was an awful time. And that was a kind of time when the Jews of Iraq had started to think, ‘Well, maybe this isn't our homeland after all.' MANYA BRACHEAR PASHMAN: Welcome to the premiere of the first ever podcast series devoted exclusively to an overlooked episode in modern history: the 800,000 Jews who left or were driven from their homes in Arab nations and Iran in the mid-20th century. Some fled antisemitism, mistreatment, and pogroms that sparked a refugee crisis like no other, as persecuted Jewish communities poured from numerous directions.  Others sought opportunities for their families or followed the calling to help create a Jewish state. In Israel, America, Italy, wherever they landed, these Jews forged new lives for themselves and future generations. This series explores that pivotal moment in Jewish history and the rich Jewish heritage of Iran and Arab nations as some begin to build relations with Israel. Each week, we will share the history of one Jewish family with roots in the Arab world. Each account is personal and different. Some include painful memories or elegies for what could've been. Others pay homage to the conviction of their ancestors to seek a life where they were wanted. To ground each episode, we rely on a scholar to untangle the complexities. Some of these stories have never been told because they wished to leave the past in the past. For those of you who, like me, before this project began, never read this chapter in Jewish history, we hope you find this series enlightening. And for those who felt ignored for so many decades, we hope these stories honor your families' legacies. Join us as we explore stories of courage, perseverance, and resilience.  I'm your host, Manya Brachear Pashman, and this is The Forgotten Exodus.   Today's episode: Leaving Iraq.   CAROL: All my life, I've lived in two worlds – one inside the family home, which is a very Jewish world, obviously, but also tinged with Iraqi customs like Iraqi food, a language we spoke—Judeo Arabic. So, I've always known that I'm not just British. I've lived in these two worlds, the one at home, and then the one at school. And then later on at work, which was very English. I went to a terribly English school, for example, there were about a thousand girls. Of those thousand girls, 30 were Jewish, and I was the only Mizrahi, the only non-European Jew. So, there's always been that knowing that I'm not quite fitting into boxes. Do you know what I mean? But I never quite knew which box I fit into. MANYA: Carol Isaacs makes her living illustrating the zeitgeists of our time, poking fun at the irony all around us, reminding us of our common quirks. And she fits it all into a tiny box. You might not know Carol by her given name, but you've probably seen her pen name, scrawled in the corner of her cartoons published by The New Yorker and Spectator magazines: TS McCoy, or The Surreal McCoy.  Carol is homesick for a home she never knew. Born and raised Jewish in London, she grew up hearing stories of her parents' life in Baghdad. How her family members learned to swim in the Tigris River using the bark of palm trees as life preservers, how they shopped in the city sooks for dates to bake b'ab'e b'tamer.  Millions of Jews have called Iraq home for more than 2,600 years, including many of their children and grandchildren who have never been there, but long to go. Like Carol, they were raised with indelible stories of daily life in Mosul, Basra, Baghdad – Jewish life that ceased to exist because it ceased to be safe. CAROL: My mother remembered sitting with her mother and her grandmother and all the family in the cellar, going through every single grain of rice for chometz. Now, if you imagine that there were eight days of Passover, I don't know 10, 12 people in the household, plus guests, they ate rice at least twice a day. You can imagine how much rice you'd have to go through. So little things like that, you know, that would give you a window into another world completely, that they remembered with so much fondness.  And it's been like that all my life. I've had this nostalgia for this, this place that my parents used to . . . now and again they'd talk about it, this place that I've never visited and I've never known. But it would be wonderful to go and just smell the same air that my ancestors smelled, you know, walk around the same streets in the Jewish Quarter. The houses are still there, the old Jewish Quarter. They're a bit run down. Well, very run down. MANYA: Carol turned her longing for Iraq and the life her family left behind into a graphic memoir and animated film called The Wolf of Baghdad. Think Art Spiegelman's Maus, the graphic novel about the Holocaust, but for Jews in Iraq who on the holiday of Shavuot in 1941 suffered through a brutal pogrom known as the Farhud, followed by decades of persecution, and ultimately, expulsion. Her research for the book involved conversations with family members who had never spoken about the violence and hatred they witnessed. They had left it in the past and now looked toward the future. There's no dialogue in the book either. The story arc simply follows the memories. CAROL: They wanted to look forward. So, it was really gratifying that they did tell me these things. ‘Cause when my parents came, for example, they came to the UK, it was very much ‘Look forward. We are British now.' My father was the quintessential city gent. He'd go to the office every day in the city of London with his pinstriped suit, and a rose plucked from the front garden, you know, a copy of The Guardian newspaper under his arm. He was British. We listened to classical music. We didn't listen to the music of my heritage. It was all Western music in the house. MANYA: But her father's Muslim and Christian business associates in Iraq visited regularly, as long as they could safely travel.    CAROL: On a Sunday, every month, our house would turn into little Baghdad. They would come and my mother would feed them these delicacies that she spent all week making and they'd sit and they'd talk. MANYA: As Carol said, she had heard only fond memories throughout her childhood because for millennia, Jews in Iraq lived in harmony with their Muslim and Christian neighbors.  CAROL: Jews have always lived in Mesopotamia, lived generally quite well. There was always the dimmi status, which is a status given to minorities. For example, they had to pay a certain tax, had to wear certain clothing. Sometimes, they weren't allowed to build houses higher than their neighbor, because they weren't allowed to be above their neighbor. They couldn't ride a horse, for example, Jews. I mean, small little rules, that you were never quite accorded full status. But then when the Brits arrived in 1917, things became a bit easier. MANYA: But 20-some years later, life for Jews took a turn for the worse. That sudden and dramatic turning point in 1941 was called The Farhud. ZVI BEN-DOR BENITE: Jews have been living in Iraq for thousands of years. If we start with the Farhud, we are starting in the middle of the story, in fact, in the middle of the end.” MANYA: That's Zvi Ben-Dor Benite, a professor of history and Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies at New York University. The son of Iraqi Jewish parents who migrated to Israel in the early 1950s, he carries in his imagination maps of old Jewish neighborhoods in Mosul and Baghdad, etched by his parents' stories of life in the old country. He shares Carol's longing to walk those same streets one day.  ZVI: Iraqis, even those who were born in Israel, still self-identify as Iraqis and still consider that home to a certain extent – an imaginary home, but home. And you can say the same thing, and even more so, for people who were born there and lived there at the time. So here's the thing: if I go there, I would be considering myself a returnee. But it would be my first time. MANYA: As a Jew, Zvi knows the chances of his returning are slim. To this day, Iraq remains the only Arab country that has never signed a ceasefire with Israel since Arab nations declared war on the Jewish state upon its creation in 1948. Jews are not safe there. Really, no one has been for a while. The dictatorship of Saddam Hussein, ISIS, and general civil unrest have made modern-day Iraq dangerous for decades. The region is simply unstable. The centuries leading up to the Farhud in 1941 were no different. The territory originally known as Mesopotamia flipped from empire to empire, including Babylonian, Mongol, Safavids, Ottoman, British. Just to name a few. But during those centuries, Iraq was historically diverse – home to Muslims, Jews, Assyrian Christians. Yes, Jews were a minority and faced some limitations. But that didn't change the fact that they loved the place they called home.  ZVI: We zoom in on the Farhud because it is a relatively unique event. Jews in Iraq were highly integrated, certainly those who lived in the big cities and certainly those who lived in Baghdad. Few reasons to talk about this integration. First of all, they spoke Arabic. Second of all, they participated in the Iraqi transition to modernity. In many ways, the Jewish community even spearheaded Iraqi society's transition into modernity. Of course, you know, being a minority, it means that not everything is rosy, and I'm not in any way trying to make it as a rosy situation. But if you compare it to the experiences of European Jews, certainly Europeans in the Pale of Settlement or in Eastern Europe, it's a much lovelier situation. Many Jews participate in Iraqi politics in different ways. Many Jews joined the Communist Party, in fact, lead the Communist Party to a certain extent. Others join different parties that highly identify in terms of Iraqi nationalism. MANYA: Very few Iraqi Jews identified with the modern Zionist movement, a Jewish nationalist movement to establish a state on the ancestral homeland of the Jews, then known as Palestine. Still, Iraqi Jews were not immune from Arab hostility toward the notion of Jewish self-determination. Adding to that tension: the Nazi propaganda that poured out of the German embassy in Baghdad.  CAROL: Mein Kampf was translated into Arabic and published in all the newspapers there. There were broadcasts coming from Radio Berlin, in Arabic, politicizing Islam and generally manipulating certain texts from the Quran, to show that Jews were the enemies of Islam. So, there was this constant drip, drip of antisemitism. ZVI: Another factor is, of course, the British. There is an anti-British government in Baghdad at the time, during the period of someone who went down in history as a Nazi collaborator, Rashid Ali. And Rashid Ali's been removed just before the British retake Iraq. We should remember that basically, even though Iraq is a kind of constitutional monarchy, the British run the show behind the scenes for a very, very long time. So, there is a little bit of a hiatus over several months with Rashid Ali, and then when he is removed, you know, people blame the Jews for that. MANYA: On the afternoon of June 1, 1941, Jews in Baghdad prepared to celebrate the traditional Jewish harvest festival of Shavuot. Violent mobs descended on the celebrants. CAROL: In those two days the mobs ran riot and took it all out on the Jews. We don't, to this day, we don't know how many Jews died. Conservative estimates say about 120. We think it was in the thousands. Certainly, a lot of businesses were trashed, houses were burnt, women raped, mutilated, babies killed. It was an awful time. And that was a kind of time when the Jews of Iraq had started to think, ‘Well, maybe this isn't our homeland after all.' MANYA: The mobs were a fraction of the Iraqi population. Many Muslim residents protected their Jewish neighbors.  CAROL: One of my relations said that during the Farhud, the pogrom, that her neighbors stood guard over their house, Muslim neighbors, and told the mobs that they wouldn't let them in that these people are our family, our friends. They wouldn't let them in. They looked after each other, they protected each other. MANYA: But the climate in Iraq was no longer one in which Jews could thrive. Now they just hoped to survive. In the mid-to-late 40s, Carol's father, who worked for the British army during World War II, left for the United Kingdom and, as the eldest son, began to bring his family out one by one. Then came 1948. Israel declared independence and five Arab nations declared war.  ZVI: So, Iraq sent soldiers to fight as part of the Arab effort in Palestine, and they began to come back in coffins. I mean, there's a sense of defeat. Three deserters, three Iraqi soldiers that deserted the war, and crossed the desert back to Iraq, and they landed up in Mosul on the Eve of Passover in 1949. And they knocked on the door of one of my uncles. And they said, they were hosted by this Jewish family. And they were telling the Jews, who were their hosts that evening, about the war in Palestine, and about what was going on and so on. This is just an isolated case, but the point is that you know, it raises the tension in the population, and it raises the tensions against Jews tenfold. But there's no massive movement of Iraqi Jews, even though the conditions are worsening. In other words, it becomes uneasy for someone to walk in the street as a Jew. There is a certain sense of fear that is going on. And then comes the legal action. MANYA: That legal action, transacted with the state of Israel and facilitated by Zionist operatives, set the most significant exodus in motion. In 1950, the Iraqi government gave its Jewish citizens a choice. Renounce their Iraqi citizenship, take only what fits in a suitcase, and board a flight to Israel, or stay and face an uncertain future. The offer expired in a year, meaning those who stayed would no longer be allowed to leave. ZVI: If you're a Jew in Iraq in 1950, you are plunged into a very, very cruel dilemma. First of all, you don't know what the future holds. You do know that the present, after 1948, suggests worsening conditions. There is a sense that, you know, all the Jews are sort of a fifth column. All of them are associated with Zionism, even though you know, the Zionist movement is actually very small. There are certain persecutions of Zionists and communists who are Jews as well. And, you know, there have been mass arrests of them, you know, particularly of the young, younger Jewish population, so you don't know. And then the state comes in and says, ‘Look, you get one year to stay or to leave. If you leave, you leave. If you stay, you're gonna get stuck here.' Now, just think about presenting someone with that dilemma after 1935 and the Nuremberg Laws, after what happened in Europe. MANYA: In all, 120,000 Iraqi Jews leave for Israel over nine months – 90% of Iraqi Jewry. For the ten percent who stayed, they became a weak and endangered minority. Many Iraqis, including the family on Carol's mother's side, eventually escaped to America and England.  CAROL: My mother and my father were separated by a generation. My father was much older, 23 years older than my mother. So, he had a different view of life in Baghdad. When he was around, it was generally very peaceful. The Jews were allowed to live quite, in peace with their neighbors. But with my mother's generation and younger, it was already the beginning – the rot had started to set in. So, she had a different view entirely. CAROL: My grandmother, maternal grandmother, was the last one to come out of our family, to come out of Iraq. She left in ‘63. And my dad managed to get her out. MANYA: After Israel defeated another Arab onslaught in 1967, thousands more fled. ZVI: This was a glorious community, a large community, which was part of the fabric of society for centuries, if not millennia. And then, in one dramatic day, in a very, very short period, it just basically evaporated. And what was left is maybe 10 percent, which may be elite, that decided to risk everything by staying. But even they, at the end, had to leave.  MANYA: Remember, Carol said she was one of 30 Jewish girls at her school, but the only Mizrahi Jew. The term Mizrahi, which means “Eastern” in Hebrew, refers to the diaspora of descendants of Jewish communities from Middle Eastern countries such as: Iraq, Iran, and Yemen, and North African countries such as: Egypt, Libya, and Morocco. CAROL: It's been interesting. A lot of people didn't even know that there were Jews living in Arab lands. I mean, for all my life, I've been told, ‘Oh, you're Jewish, you speak Yiddish, you come from Poland. You eat smoked salmon and bagels. You say ‘oy vey,' which is great if you do all those things and you do come from Eastern Europe, but I don't. Almost 1 million Jews of Arab lands, nobody knows about what happened to them, that they were ethnically cleansed, removed from their homes, and dispersed across the world. It's our truth. And it's our history and make of it what you will, just add it to other family histories that we know. MANYA: Carol has discovered that even Iraqis did not know of their country's rich Jewish past, nor the fate of its Jewish citizens. Since the animated version of The Wolf of Baghdad premiered at the Israeli and Iraqi embassies in London, accompanied by Carol's accordion and other musicians playing its Judeo-Arabic soundtrack, Iraqis in the audience have been moved to tears.  CAROL: At one Q&A, after we did a performance, one Iraqi gentleman stood up at the front. He was crying. He said, ‘I'm really sorry for what we did to you. I'm so sorry.' And that was immensely moving for me. It was like, well, you know what? We're talking now. It's wonderful. We can sit down together. We can talk in a shared language. We can talk about our shared culture, and we've got more that ties us together than separates us. We've got more in common, right? So, I'm always looking for that, that kind of positive, and so far it's come back to me, multiplied by a million, which has been brilliant. The truth is coming to light, that people know that the Jews of Iraq contributed so much, not just culturally but also socially, in the government too. So, it's this reaching out from Iraq to its lost Jews saying ‘Well where are you? What happened to you? Tell us your story. We want to see where you are. Come back even,' some of them are saying. MANYA: Carol has continued to give a voice to the Jewish refugees of Iraq. Most recently, she has been adapting The Wolf of Baghdad for younger, middle school-aged readers to better understand the story. And high schools in London and Canada have added The Wolf of Baghdad to their history curriculum.  CAROL: Leaving Iraq was called the silent exodus for a reason. We just left quietly and without fuss, and just went and made our lives elsewhere. I do know that life was difficult for them wherever they went, but they just got on with it, like refugees will do everywhere. MANYA: These Jews are just one of the many Jewish communities who, in the last century left Arab countries to forge new lives for themselves and future generations. Join us next week as we share another untold story of The Forgotten Exodus. Many thanks to Carol Isaacs for sharing her family's story and to her band 3yin for the music. Throughout this episode, you have been listening to pieces of the soundtrack from The Wolf of Baghdad motion comic performed by 3yin, a groundbreaking London based band that plays Jewish melodies from the Middle East and North Africa. The soundtrack is available at thesurrealmccoy.com. Atara Lakritz is our producer, CucHuong Do is our production manager. T.K. Broderick is our sound engineer. Special thanks to Jon Schweitzer, Sean Savage, Ian Kaplan, and so many of our colleagues, too many to name really, for making this series possible. And extra special thanks to David Harris, who has been a constant champion for making sure these stories do not remain untold. You can subscribe to The Forgotten Exodus on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts, and you can learn more at AJC.org/forgottenexodus.  The views and opinions of our guests don't necessarily reflect the positions of AJC.  You can reach us at theforgottenexodus@ajc.org. If you've enjoyed this episode, please be sure to spread the word, and hop onto Apple Podcasts to rate us and write a review to help more listeners find us.

Classic Comics Cavalcade
Batman: the Cult #1 is a wildly violent and exciting comic book

Classic Comics Cavalcade

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 26:44


Last week, after they finished discussing The Infinity Gauntlet, Amir and Jason decided they wanted to review another comic written by the great Jim Starlin. They decided to look at the roughly contemporary miniseries Batman: the Cult, with art by Bernie Wrightson and colors by Bill Wray. They expected brillaint storytelling by Wrightson, but they didn't quite expect the hyper violent script by Starlin nor the exquiste colors by Wray. Join them for an interesting 26-minute exploration of this most unique comic. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/classiccomics/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/classiccomics/support

C4 and Bryan Nehman
August 1st, 2022: Rod Woodson, Yurpizy Morgan, Another Violent weekend in Baltimore

C4 and Bryan Nehman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 81:10


Dan Is In for Bryan Nehman this week. Join him and C4 as they discuss another violent weekend in Baltimore that saw 10 shot, 5 dead, and 17 robberies including a carjacking and Hamden. Yuripzy Morgan calls the show to discuss her congressional campaign in the 3rd district. Also, Rod Woodson joins the show to talk about him joining the Ravens broadcast teams and his opinions of the team so far in training camp.C4 and Bryan Nehman are live weekdays from 5:30-10:00am ET on WBAL Newsradio 1090, FM101.5, and the WBAL Radio App.

The FOX News Rundown
America's Crime Crisis Hits Close To Home

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 30:50 Very Popular


Violent crime is on the rise in cities across the country, leaving many residents both fearful and angry about how their neighborhoods no longer feel safe. Earlier this week on the FOX News Rundown, host Jessica Rosenthal spoke to two people whose lives have been greatly impacted by crime. Just over a month ago, Fox News Political Analyst Gianno Caldwell's 18-year-old brother Christian was murdered in Chicago. And recently, in Los Angeles, Melanie, who did not want to share her full name, was attacked in broad daylight just a block from her home. Both share their stories and how these incidents have changed their lives forever. They also both weigh in on what they think can be done to curb the country's growing crime crisis. Due to time limitations, we could not include all of the conversations in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire complete interviews with both FOX News' Gianno Caldwell and Los Angeles resident Melanie. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Refuge Church (Utah)
A Violent End

Refuge Church (Utah)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 39:39


Pastor Brian Sauvé preaches Matthew 24:36-51 in this expository series through Matthew's Gospel.

ICGC - KHARIS TEMPLE
AND THE VIOLENT TAKE IT BY FORCE

ICGC - KHARIS TEMPLE

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 91:25


AND THE VIOLENT TAKE IT BY FORCE IS AN IN DEPTH TEACHING THAT SEEKS TO BRING TO OUR ATTENTION THE NEED TO ENGAGE GOD THROUGH PRAYERS TO ENFORCE HIS PROMISES IN OUR LIVES. STAY BLESSED. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kharis-temple/support

Joe Madison the Black Eagle
JD Vance Tells Women to Stay in Violent Marriages

Joe Madison the Black Eagle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 19:04


Joe Madison and his audience shut down J.D. Vance, the Republican Senate nominee from Ohio, when he says women should stay in abusive relationships for the sake of their children. 

The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour
0684 - Christianity Caught on Without Violence, but Got Violent Later

The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 13:26


Matthew 26:47-56   Thanks to everyone who supports TMBH at patreon.com/thetmbhpodcast You're the reason we can all do this together! Discuss the episode here Music written and performed by Jeff Foote.