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  • EDL Radio ~ Asian Girls suffer More Than "White" Girls

    in Politics Conservative

    Mr Justice Walker said they had suffered more than white girls would have because they came from an ethnic minority. Jamal Ul Nasir, 32, was given seven years in prison at Leeds Crown Court after sex attacks on the two youngsters. But he appealed after the sentencing judge said the fact his victims were Asian was an "aggravating factor".


    Welcome to The English Defence League Program, with your Host, Geoff Mitchell, and Co-Host/Producer ~ and Wingman ~  Kel Fritzi. Tim Burton joins us as well ~ We just call him The Erudite. Dave Milner of the Unpleasant Blind Guy stars as The Panelist.


    A place where we aren’t 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 discussions about the facts, not the polished and anonymous half-truth that the authorities and MSM publish to throw you into a state of complacency.


    This your platform, the show is your voice.


    Come and join us Fridays and Sundays at 8:30PM BST, 3:30PM EDT. Your voice is welcome too. 


    EDL You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/user/EDLNoSurrenderChanne


    Follow us on Twitter:  https://twitter.com/EDLofficialpage


    "All That is necessary for Evil to Prevail Is that good men do nothing" ~ Edmond Burke

  • 00:40

    Traditional Asian Medicine with Ben Fleisher, LAc

    in Health

    We will discuss traditonal chinese medicine and traditional Asian Medicine. The discussion will include herbs and acupucture

  • 00:30

    Tea - Brief History: Great Beverage!

    in Health

    Tea-the second most consumed drink in the world--does not have its origin in Britain, England, France ir Holland. Camellia Sinensis--Tea's official, biological name--is a native of China, found its way to Japan by way of traveling monks and through to India by various other means.


    By the time Europeans encountered this fabulous beverage, it had been in use in Asian countries for untold thousands of years. It was just not called Tea.


    Join TheHealthReverend on this last installation in National Hot Tea Month. If you are a TeaLover, this information will surely broaden your already-wide horizions. If you are new, even better, this information will form a great foundation. This way, when you host your next gathering [and serve Tea] you will be able to regale your guests with a Brief History of Tea. 

  • 00:37

    The Madhouse Radio Network "Asian Persuasion on Black Culture"

    in Entertainment

    Tonight....CD, La La, and LDX...present to you..a very detailed topic....The Asian Persuasion on Black Culture!!! It has been happening for years....good and bad!!! So...if you love Asian culture and the Asian influence on the Black Culture of today....ENJOY the show!!! Welcome inside of The Madhouse!!!

  • 00:30

    PTC Ep#3: Asian XXX star "Autumn" from Xvideos

    in Entertainment

    We are joined today on episode 3 of X-Talk City" by Asian Adult Actress "Autumn" from Xvideos! Hear her talk about how she got started in the XXX industry, and her upcoming projects. Call 347-989-8596 to listen-in LIVE! Follow us here on BTR as well as on Twitter, Google Plus, and Blogger. Check out her work at: AutumnsAsianDesire.com and Xvideos.com/profiles/AutumnsAsianDesire

  • 01:25

    ProDivNet.com - Danyelle S. Tells Us How To Make A Career Fair Worth Your Time

    in Jobs

    Better Jobs for All Americans #pdnWorks


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  • 00:09

    Taiwan-Discovering The Beautiful Isle's Food Paradise

    in Travel

     


    Keelung’s Miaokou Night Market has a reputation of being one of the most popular night market’s in Taiwan. The Main street where the Dianji temple first started drawing patrons to the area is lined with food stalls serving some of the most popular dishes and snacks found in Keelung. 


    This is a very tourist friendly night market with translations in Japanese and English, some are loose in their descriptions. Honestly lots of great tasting food but I wouldn’t consider alot of it nutritious.


     One of my favorite stalls serves oil rice, a sticky style rice with mushrooms and a delicious soup served with lumps of fresh crab meat. Being a port city there is an abundant selection of seafood and other interesting tasty treats.


    Further south, in central Taiwan lies the city of Taichung. The climate is drier in this part of the island making for a perfect environment for night markets. Taichung is world-famous as the place where bubble tea was invented.


    If you ask most Taiwanese people where their favorite place to go for a weekend is many will say Tainan. This city located in Southern Taiwan was once the capital of the island before the Japanese began their 50 year rule of the country and moved operations to Taipei. There are lovely Japanese colonial era buildings everywhere but most people come to Tainan for the food. 


    This is the Anping area of Tainan with the oldest streets on the island. People travel from all over Taiwan just to visit and try the many special snacks only made here, like one of my favorites, Coffin Toast. Excerpts from "Taiwan-Discovering The Beautiful Isle's Food Paradise".


     


     


     

  • 01:55

    MELANIN CHRONICLES - IN THE FUTURE NOW

    in Spirituality

    Sambho The Asian God Of The Universe
    Direct Lineage Of The Black People Of America.

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    @Ms_Terree's Frugal #FoodieFinds: How to Save Money at Asian Markets

    in Cooking

    Many of us would like to cook authentic Asian dishes at home, but sometimes the ingredients are hard to find. And if you haven't learned by now, the mainstream grocery stores are overcharging you double, sometimes triple what you would pay at the Asian markets. So on this episode, I'll be sharing some dishes for a simple, healthy menu that is inexpensive, flavorful, and fun for your guests. And I'll talk in depth about the ingredients: what to look for, what brands I recommend, and where to buy them.


    I'll also be sharing the Rola Family Lumpia Recipe, also known as Filipino Spring Rolls, and walking you through step-by-step so you can make them at home. Over the years people have begged me for the recipe, and I'm sharing it with you on this show. Anyone who has tasted my family's lumpia, is never satisfied with egg rolls or spring rolls served in a restaurant ever again! And to go with it, you'll learn the Ilocano Filipino traditional dipping sauce, plus the common mainstream restaurant-style sauce. I'll also share other variations of egg rolls or spring rolls from Southeast Asia that you may not have tried before, and are equally simple, tasty, and addictive! Some of these options are even Gluten-Free!


    There are even more brands of soy & fish sauce than there are brands of American breakfast cereals, so I'll give you the names of brands that I recommend, and places where you can find them.


    And of course what food gathering is complete without some kind of dessert? So I will be sharing my recipes for Matcha Green Tea Blondies, other Asian desserts that include Gluten-Free options that your guest will love!

  • 00:30

    The Agenda: Asian Cup down under, a horror start for Abbott and more

    in Politics Progressive

    It's going to be a massive show with the team traveling from Melbourne to Canberra for the DPRK-China match for the Asian Cup. Join the team as they give their low-down and insightful coaching advice.


    Plus it's been a horror start for the federal government with the Prime Minister Tony Abbott looking already under siege with growing calls for his possible replacement. It started with copayments and it's moved onto an inquiry into the minimum wage, penalty rates and Australia's workplace relations system - no doubt a way to resurrect regressive industrial instruments.


    It's going to be a massive show so make sure you join the team for a unique perspective on Australian politics and to vent your spleen!