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On Monday 8th February, 2016 at 7 pm CT, our guest will be our good friend Kenn Gividen from Daily.Kenn.com.
Kenn is one of our favourite guests as he has a unique perspective and a way with words that puts complex issues into a very easy to understand format
Tough Talk Christian Radio with Host Tony Gambone and his guest Kevin M. Kraft & Michael Logan:
Kevin M. Kraft is an award-winning author and screenwriter, as well as a singer-songwriter, cigar box guitar guru (and founder of the annual KC Cigar Box Guitar Festival), actor, motion picture director and producer in Kansas City, Missouri, where he currently resides with his wife and children, for whom, despite all he does, he still makes plenty of time for. His well-received short film "Drifters" is available for view on Youtube and elsewhere on the Internet. With the publication of his novel, S, he introduced a new type of novel: the "contemporary religious fantasy." He followed this up with a creature feature thriller, an "inspirational thriller," MOMO, based on his award-winning screenplay, which may become a motion picture.
Michael Logan has been in business for for 35 years and in ministry for 26 years October of 2015. I started to become the doctor my Dad hoped I'd be. After three and a half years of gradually shifting majors, and almost 8 years working in and running hospital laboratories I moved to business and worked under great Small Business Investment Company leaders, learned from Mike Vance, the creative director of the University of Disneyland the last 8 years Walt was alive, and helped produce hundreds of business plans, teaching entrepreneurism at Great Lakes Naval Training Center to Vietnam vets exiting the military. In 1989 I was called to pastor a church and left a $100K/yr consulting business for $12K/year and a hurricane of miracles. We ran a shelter for 10 years 24/7/365
Gearing up for Bradford ~ last National Demo of the year. And Dave Milner does an overview of the upcoming Malta Summit on Refugees.
A very special call from Tommy English.
Welcome to the English Defence League Radio Show with Geoff Mitchell, Kel Fritzi, Dave Milner, and Tim Burton.
A place where we are not afraid to discuss the issues that the newspapers, TV, and radio won’t touch. This is the place where you will hear the honest truths, and can join in the discussion.
This show engages in discussions pertaining to the facts, not the polished and anonymous half-truth that the authorities and MSM publish to throw you into a state of complacency.
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"All That is necessary for Evil to Prevail Is that good men do nothing" ~ Edmond Burke
"The threat to American apartheid led by Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X in the ‘60s initiated a great democratic awakening, especially among young Black People. This awakening was the de-nigerization of BlackPeople —the process of turning sacred, intimidated, helpless folk into bold, brave hopeful people willing to live and die for Black freedom.
The Black Panther Party was the most advanced organized effort to exemplify this awakening. In other words, it was the highest from of deniggerization in niggerized America. The Black Panther Party was the greatest threat to american apartheid because it was indigenous in composition, interracial in strategies and tactics, and international invasion and analysis. It was indigenous in that it spoke to the needs and hope of the local community, as can be seen in the historic Survival Program of the party. It combined bread-and-butter issues of everyday people with democratic empowerment in the face of issues of everyday people with deep democratic empowerment in the face of an oppressive status quo. It was interracial in that it remained open ot stratigic alliances and tactical coalations with progressive brown, red, yellow and white activists. And it was international in that it understood American apartheid in light of anti-imperial struggles around the world, especially in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. the revolutionary politics of the Black Panther Party linked the catastrophic conditions of local Black communities (with the disgraceful school systems, unavailable health and childcare, high levels of unemployment and underemployment, escalating rates of imprisonment, and pervasive from of self-hatred and self-destruction) to economic inequality in America and colonial or neocolonial realities in the capitalist world system. Needless to say this great awakening was too much for the american establishment." West
WHY DO WE NEED BLACK-HOSPITALS FOR BLACK PEOPLE
The establishment of a black university and a black hospital in our time is critical. There was the killing on Monday of a young sister named Ann Brown 29, years old who was dragged for the hospital of St. Mary’s the hospital staff called the Richmond Heights Police Department who thought she was on drugs and carried her off to the police station where she died. Only minutes after being placed in the cell, her autopsy reveals no drug usage and death by blood clotting in here leg where she had an ankle sprain.
How could this happen with the Patients Bill of Rights you say. Well I have been turned away from hospitals in New Jersey this year, and in Louisiana, so I know this is real. to talk of Black History and not acknowledge the fact that medical treatment began in Egypt. We had advanced surgical procedures that the greeks and Romans stole. Did you know that the Cesarian Section was performed first in Egypt?
Tough Talk Christian Radio with Host Tony Gambone with special guest Stenetta Anthony and Denise Fawcett Facey:
Stenetta Anthony resides in Chicago, Illinois with her husband, children and grandchildren. She is a native Chicagoan, who loves living in the big city. She is the eldest of four children, who always loved reading. Stenetta is a graduate of Grand Canyon University, where she studied education; acquiring a B.S. in Educational Leadership. During her time in college one of the classes she most enjoyed was creative writing. Taking these classes further increase Stenetta’s ability to utilize her image more affectingly, therefore making her a more efficient writer.
Denise Fawcett Facey is an educator, author, blogger, leader of professional development workshops — all of it centered around making education fun for students. Why settle for routine and boring when learning can spark creativity, exploration and just plain fun? What I enjoyed most about teaching was developing my students' love for the same subjects I enjoyed learning. Making otherwise tedious content become vibrant and engaging was my idea of a good time. My reward was watching that mixture of recognition and joy spread across the face of a student who suddenly "got it," hearing animated voices raised in hot debate or gleeful collaboration, and repeatedly receiving the question “What are we doing today?” asked with genuine excitement. I love that! Now I get to share the best of what I've learned along the way through my writings and workshops.
Every one of Black African Women in America have been touched by the murder of our people in this country. We come from a long line of warriors men as well as women, in our history of African Civilization we find records of this from Pharaoh Hatshepsut her name means "Foremost of Noble Ladies", and on her accession as pharaoh she took the throne name "Ma´atkare" ("truth is the soul of Ra).Born in the 15th century BC, Hatshepsut, daughter of Tuthmose I and Aahmes, both of royal lineage, was the favorite of their three children. When her two brothers died, she was in the unique position to gain the throne upon the death of her father. I would like to see an entire movement of BLACK AFRICAN WOMEN like these great women. Each Revoluton that involved BLACK AFRICAN WOMEN, came to an abrupt very bad end for White Opperssors. The Amazons of Abomey called Dahomey caused the end of the slave trade in Oyo and the Gold Coast of Africa. "The use of Female troops was due, at least in part, to an acute shortage of man power. With its total population of less than 200, 000, Abomey often bested enemies with five or ten times as many people. Abomey prospered for a century and a half. When the state Union was formed, it was subject to the king of Oyo, but Oyo's power over Abomey weakened progressively. In 1726, and again in 1728, 1729, and 1730, the cavalry of Oyo swept into Dahomey, defeated the troops of the Fon, and spread devastation. After each invasion, however, the Fon, recuperated rapidly and they never lost control of their costal vassal states."
"For every individual his or her own cultural identity is a function of that of his or her people. Consequently, one must define the cultural identity of a people. This means, to a great extent, one must analyze the components of collective personality." CHEIKH ANTA DIOP
WHAT EXACTLY IS TRIBAL WAR?
"For every individual his or her own cultural identity is a function of that of his or her people. Consequently, one must define the cultural identity of a people. This means, to a great extent, one must analyze the components of collective personality. We know that three factors contribute to its formation: 1.) A historical factor, 2.) A linguistic factor, 3.) A psychological factor. "Chapter 14 HOW TO DEFINE CULTURAL IDENTITY? Civilization or Barbarism by CHEIKH ANTA DIOP".
When those characteristics become more important than the fact that we are all Black People that is when it becomes Tribal War. The only conclusion that can be drawn from the evidence of the wars in Africa of internal power struggle is that those differences that can not be resolved. So when Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seal created the Party with the basis of an African Political Structure. Let's take the Political structure of Oyo for example which was very complex. the Alafin had broad powers, and in typical Sudanic fashions, was held to be semidivine. His power was balanced, by a council, the Oya Mesi, which was headed by an official called the bushorun.
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