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    TZM global radio: Ep 188 Peter Anderson, Vocaleyes interview

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    This episode of TZM global is hosted by UK chapter member James Phillips and features an interview with Vocaleyes and Localeyes creator and fellow guest speaker at ZDAY London 2016, Peter Anderson. James and Peter discuss how digitally democratic platforms such as Vocaleyes can help to shape engagement, community decision making and crowd sourcing process for use by any group, business or community in the transition to a sustainable and more egalitarian global society.
    If you would like to contribute material for TZM global please contact the moderation team at:submit@thezeitgeistmovement.com.

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    Remedies That Work

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    Join us today Brother Chayil, host, Sister Fola El co-host, Brother Usiku angel sponsor for a show today on more court information.  We know (i) represents living man and (I) represents what  ?  If you are live as a man when happens when you turn live backwards; what do you get     ?__  which is a fiction.
    What is the difference between a claim and a complaint?
    We will also discuss more court procedures.
    Call conference line at 1.515.605.9354 and we are on at 8pm EST, 7pm CST, 5pm PST and
    4pm Alaskan time.

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    Hebrew Historian and Author, Ronald Dalton, Jr. Joins us for this weeks show.

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    We are looking forward to having a great show this week on Hey, Did You Know? We are excited to have with us this week, Hebrew Historian and Author Ronald Dalton, Jr. author of Hebrews to Negroes and Hebrew to Negroes 2, Monday February 13, 2017 at 6:00 P.M. PST. So, save the date and find your time and join Ahuvah Chana Baht Yah aka Mama Chery, and Shannon, aka Batiyah Baht Yahudah for a great show. And the chatroom will be open. Looking forward to seeing you there.

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    A Very Special Chahta Guest - Randy Jacob

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    Did you know that in the early 70's the federal govt. was poised to terminate the Choctaw Nation. Fortunately for many of us today, our special guest, Randy Jacob, and a few other Chahta's were instrumental in preventing the termination of the Choctaw people. As a result of their efforts, they forced to the President and the federal govt. to allow the Chahta people to hold their first election. 
    With a stroke of a pen, the United States would have implemented a form of mass genocide, as it was doing to other First Nations. Thanks to these Chahta's, we continue, however, there is always more to the story that we should always remember. This is only a beginning...

  • 00:31

    Main Street: The Stores and Their Proprietors, Part IV

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    Main Street traverses east-west through Charlotte Amalie, on St. Thomas, parallel to the Waterfront to the South. As the capital and the largest city of the U.S. Virgin Islands, Charlotte Amalie was founded in 1666 as Taphus (meaning "beer houses" or "beer halls").
    The Main Street, the main tourist shopping center, is known for its Danish colonial architecture, building structure and history, with streets and places throughout the city with Danish names. Charlotte Amalie has many residential buildings and stores of historical importance, with several of them on Main Street.
    Before the time of the Danish West Indies (1754–1917), the city was known as Taphus for its many beer halls. Taphus is Danish and directly translates to "beer houses", "beer halls", or (most literally) "taphouse".
    In 1691 the town received a more respectable name by being named Amalienborg (in English Charlotte Amalie) in honor of Danish King Christian V’s wife, Charlotte Amalie of Hesse-Kassel (1650–1714). Between 1921 and 1936, the city was named St. Thomas. In 1936 it was renamed Charlotte Amalie.

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    I am Resistance Talk 4 2017

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    Why do we follow? We know what is going on, but we follow blindly to greater suffering and harm. We follow because we know what happens if we don't...
    This was the best converesation with an amazing awake human being. 

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    The Prison System

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    This week's Spiritual Warfare Radio Show we'll go all in on one of the most influential multi billion dollar industries in the United States. Let's take an in depth look at this system of incarceration. From concept to implementation. Theres no secret that the black race make upwards to 40% of the total prison population. This isn't just because we are labeled as "the bad seed", but this is all by design. Join us as we not only bring understanding to this topic but we'll also discuss what this means spiritually. We always encourage you to call in to speak with our hosts and voice your experiences or concerns. We're going live @ 8:30 CST and our call in number 319.527.6302

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    All of Them Witches

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    Witch Trial in Salem? Tune in this week with Sin Jones & Christian Day.  Bio:
    Christian Day is a modern day Warlock living in the “Witch City” of Salem, Massachusetts. Practices the ancient arts of Witchcraft; a spiritual path devoted to old world folk magic, healing, and veneration of the dead. He and his husband, Brian Cain, own two occult shops in Salem: HEX: Old World Witchery, dedicated to the practices of Witchcraft, Hoodoo, and Conjure, and OMEN, a psychic parlor and Witchcraft emporium which features a staff of gifted psychic readers. They also have a Hex shop in New Orleans. Each year, Christian and Brian host popular events such as the Official Salem Witches’ Halloween Ball, an Annual Psychic Fair and Witchcraft Expo. Among his many media appearances, Christian has been featured on The Travel Channel, Showtime, TLC, MSNBC, Dish Network and in The Chicago Tribute, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, CNN.com, USAToday.com and, of course, The Salem News. Often controversial, Christian has certainly raised eyebrows and turned heads in his over 25 years in the Craft, but, despite all the chatter, good and bad, he insists on marching to his own drum and standing for his own vision. 

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    The Black Rider

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    This show we will be discussing who The Black Riders are and what their aims are. We will be in the studio with the UKs Chairman of The Black Riders Rambo he will be informing us of the works he is doing in the community.