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It must be stated that the Holocaust did not come out of a vacuum. And it came out, not from a Third World nation, but from a first world European industrial power. It must also be stated that the anti-Semitism that caused the Holocaust had to take a hold in Germany. For Adolf Hitler did NOT begin his genocide on the Jewish people the moment he took power. First, his policies involved anti-Semitic legislation and discrimination, as well as his moves to make himself dictator. He was democratically elected in a country, where its Jewish community was fully assimilated. All the anti-Semitic arguments we hear today caused the Holocaust [or could cause] another one. For in addition to anti-Semitic discrimination and violent attacks [like the Kristallnacht], Hitler's war against the Jews also included intense anti-Semitic propaganda, which included TV programs that compared Jews to rats. But much of the legislation in Europe [such as banning Kosher slaughtering] was in place by Nazi Germany as a leadup to the holocaust. But also, with the genocidal Muslim terrorist war against Israel,the question is whether there is a potential for another Holocaust. We can see that any form of anti-Semitism gets excused if it's dressed up as criticism of Israel or if the word "Jews" gets replaced by the word "Zionists." So with the intense worship of the "Palestinian" terrorist cause and bearing in mind that the Nazis had similar type of propaganda leading up to the Holocaust, the question is: Can the anti-Israel propaganda from the left-Islamist alliance result in a second Holocaust, a goal that Israel's enemies such as Iran and the "Palestinians" clearly have in mind? Is radical Islam the new Nazism? Tune in, as I shall discuss all these questions and make the case why a potential Holocaust is in the air, as well as why Jews need Hashem to live.
This week's show is a bit of a stylistic roller coaster, featuring performer/songwriter John Southworth, Quebec-based hardcore outfit Obey the Brave, and Kingston rock quintet The Glorious Sons.
Southworth is set to drop his latest LP, a double album called Niagara that's divided into a Canadian and American side, at the end of September. We speak about how the album took shape as well as some of his other artistic endavours and how they correlate.
Obey The Brave, comprised of ex members of Blind Witness and Despised Icon, released their second full-length effort Salvation mid-September. We speak with vocalist Alex Erian about the band's progress since their debut, Young Blood, as well as the current state of the hardcore scene.
Finally, the boys of Glorious Sons are fresh off the release of their debut full-length The Union, produced in tandem with John-Angus MacDonald of The Trews and the one and only Gavin Brown (Billy Talent, Three Days Grace). We get the scoop on the band's success thus far and some of their upcoming plans.
We're going international this week on Canadian Musician Radio, and who better to have on our first such program than the almighty Slash. With his single "World on Fire" setting rock charts ablaze, the iconic guitarist speaks with Andrew just one day following the release of the album of the same name - his latest solo offering with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators. We'll talk about the record, his trademark guitar sound, and why Canada is so significant to his music career
Also on the show is American folk/rock outfit Trampled by Turtles, who speak with Mike fresh off of the release of Wild Animals, their seventh studio offering. With traditional instrumentation and a fresh ear for contemporary melodies and hooks, the band has been racking up high-profile festival billings and plenty of industry attention in recent years.
Join us as we braodcast from a VIP event on the evening beofre kicking off The Canadian Reptile and Exotic Pets Expo in Toronto!
We'll be joined by special guests like Shawn Heflick, Tom Crutchfield, Robert Sprackland, Brain Barczyk and even "Creeping Beauty", our first live Reptile Show Band!!! Then we'll keep you up to date over the weekend on what's happening at Croc U, the show, and the VI event beforehend. It's going to be a weekend of pure awesomeness so tune in live or be sure to download the episode!
You'll be glad you did. It all begins at a special time... 9pm EST
Welcome to the Canadian Moto Show with the voice of BC Motocross and Arenacross Brent "Airmail" Worrall. We discuss everything relevant to the world of dirt bike racing and much more! Our Show giveaways continue tonight teamed up with Future West and Motocross Perfromance mag. We will be giving away a pair of Arenacross Tickets as well as take 3 calls to win an Atlas Neck Brace drawn on Oct 22nd on the show call 1-347-677-0979 when the gate drops on that.
ONE YEAR! This it folks our anniversary show and we are stoked as to how the show has grown the last 12 months we look forward to continue sharing Motocross passion with our you!
Tonight we chat with Leading Edged Monster Energy Kawasaki team manager Jason Hughes. The Leading Edge crew plans to participate in the upcoming Arenacross series and we will get the details from their front man.
We also catch up with Mike & Tony Alessi about their experience in Canada. Summer Knowles of the Cycle North team is our Parts Canada Walton Trans Can Amateur National Profile.
We also set-up the Future West Fall Shootout and upcoming Arenacross series which begins Oct 24 25 in Armstrong BC. On the show tonight as well we will chat with our friend Hammertime as he makes a long awaited return to the show. Reed Lepine from the Peace Motocross Association will check in with show and get us up to speed on their program.
Please join us & tune in right here http://www.canadianmotoshow.com Wednesday night 6:00 9:00 eastern
Welcome to the *BRAND New Canadian Moto Show with the voice of BC Motocross and Arenacross Brent "Airmail" Worrall. We discuss everything relevant to the world of dirt bike racing and catch up with a Broad and all Inclusive cast of riders and experts involved with the sport of dirt bike racing in Canada.
This week on the show as always lots to talk about as we prepare across this country for some great fall racing action. Our team is locked and loaded to head to Latvia and we are looking to our boys to make us all proud. This week we will catch up with Colton Facciotti & Kaven Benoit as they prepare to head abroad to Kegums Latvia for the MX of Nations.
Jeremy Medaglia who was on the team last year will check in with the show and give us his thoughts on the Nations and much more!
We will also be talking about the fast approaching Future West Arenacross Series with Ryan Lockhart about what promises to be a great series. We will open up the phones to hear from you to get your thoughts on this and anything else on your mind moto!
We will also continue our Parts Canada Walton Trans Can amateur National Profile with Nathan Cryer. The show will also catch up with Bill Petro of the Legends of Canadian Motocross and talk about some of the great work he is doing preserving this sports rich history.
We continue our Canadian Moto Show giveaways as well so have your phone ready to call in to win when the gate drops on that 1-347-677-0979.
Lots of other great guests and motocross chat so join us here at 6:00 pacific 9:00 eastern http://www.canadianmotoshow.com
It's indie pop week for Canadian Musician Radio, and we're reaching from sea to sea for this one. From BC, we've got both Prairie Cat and Shimming Stars, and then from PEI, we've got Coyote. We'll speak with all three about their recent and upcoming releases and see where the similarities and differences lie as far as their approach to writing, performing, and building a career in music.
The brainchild of frontman and pricipal songwriter Cary Pratt, Prairie Cat is fresh off the release of Who Knows Where To Begin? The touring band features a few familiar faces from the west coast music community and we'll chat with Cary about his songs and how they come to life on the stage.
As for Shimmering Stars, they're even fresher off the release of their second and latest LP, Bedrooms of the Nation. The album integrates elements from across the pop, noise, punk, and experimental spectrums - The Pixies, Flipper, Yo La Tengo, Women, and Nirvana running head into The Beach Boys, Phil Spector, and 50s/60s AM radio.
Finally, the cats in Coyote have their first full-length dropping in the coming weeks, and in addition to the unique sound they've crafted, we'll speak about their adventures as a band thus far - which most recently included the theft and recovery of close to $10,000 worth of musical equipment.
We've got a great pair of aritst interviews this week, and they certainly contrast as far as musical styles go.
First up, we bring you a conversation with on-the-rise country performer Trinity Bradshaw. A native of Prince Edward Island, Trinity now calls Calgary home and has been garnering a lot of attention and accolades of late. She's performed the Viper Room in LA, the Bluebird in Nashville, and major Canadian country festivals like the Cavendish Beach Music Festival, Big Valley Jamboree, Boots and Hearts, and Calgary Stampede. We'll speak to the Alberta CMA nominee about the year she's had and what's coming up on the horizon.
Then, switching gears, we've got one of Canadian rock's hottest acts, Saskatoon's One Bad Son. Over the past couple of years, the band has had multiple radio hits, toured alongside Buckcherry, Three Days Grace, and Monster Truck, and is currently prepping for an upcoming Fall 2014 release. We'll chat about the progress on that and what fans can expect from the four-piece powerhouse.
Care Failure and the Die Mannequin boys are back with a new EP and its lead single, "Suckerpunch," makes it clear they mean business. We'll speak with Care and see what's coming up from Die Mannequin leading up to and following the EP's release later this month.
We'll hear the song "Luv is Lonely" from LA's Shirley Levi in our International Artist Spotlight and fill you in a bit about Shirley's career thus far.
Then, we also have Jenn Essiembre, Creative Manager with ole, the world's fastest-growing rights management company. She'll give us some insight into music publishing in 2014 along with some details on how an early-twentysomething comes out of school and lands a gig travelling from Toronto to L.A. with a hugely successful company.
Alaina Huffman was born on April 17, 1980 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada as Alaina Kalanj. She is an actress and producer, known for SGU Stargate Universe (2009),Serving Sara (2002) and Dog Lover's Symphony (2006). She has been married to John Henry Huffman IV since December 31, 2003. They have four children.
Welcome to the Canadian Moto Show with the voice of BC Motocross and Arenacross Brent "Airmail" Worrall. We discuss everything relevant to the world of dirt bike racing and catch up with a Broad and all Inclusive cast of riders and fans of Motocross
This week on the show we will catch up with Team Canada Motocross of Nations 2014 front man Ryan Gauld as he gets us up to speed with all the last minute prep and more.
Brock Leitner who is coming off a solid rookie campaign in Canadian Motocross at the top level will check in with the show. Brock is a Northern boy who has worked very hard in the off season and we will get the goods straight from him.
Dylan Kaelin who is the proud owner of the number 8 plate in the MX-1 class for 2014 will weigh in with the show. As will Cycle North's newly signed rider for the upcoming arenacross series Adam Enticknapp the Seven Deuce Deuce of Pulp MX fame is a great interview!
Stu McQueen the new general managers of the upcoming Future West arenacross series will check in with the show and fill us in as to what type of Fall Classic we can expect this year. Stu has been around the game a long time and is not afraid to jump in and get it done. I believe he will do a great job!
The Parts Canada Walton Trans Can segent will continue with this years Walton Factory Rider' winner young Marco Canella. We will also contnue our Canadian Moto Show giveaways as we are teamed up with Motocross Performance Magazine. be ready to call in to win 1-347-677-0979
tune in here Wednesday at 6:00 pac 9:00 easternhttp://www.canadianmotoshow.com
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Discover The Motivation Secret. It will change the way you see yourself. It will change how you lead others too. It will transform your business and create new opportunities to reach your customers, clients and those you serve.
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