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I discuss my abhorrence of white peoples' insensitivity on racial issues. I also criticize society's push to make men less expressive of their emotions. It is not feminine to be emotional. It is human. A man should not be ashamed to sit back and cry as a result of his affliction. Only when a person sits back and reflects, and acknowledges to himself the true depth of the horror that has been perpetrated on him can he pick up the pieces and go take revenge on his oppressor.
Liberation is a philosophical concept of relieving oneself of negative energy that's built up. This release is done through healthy cleansing channels. It is unhealthy to go year after year holding grudges, walking around with all of that baggage. The only way to liberation is by punishing the people who have wronged you, both individuals and groups. To liberate oneself of the weight of grudges, one must punish those who have violated him. Then and only then will he find inner peace.
We discuss the defection of Derek Black and of Lynx and Lamb Gaede. These tragedies contain lessons the movement can learn. April Gaede's heroism is also discussed.
I bring to attention the need for white racial soldiers.
In this episode, I discuss man's natural connection with Nature and the erroneous idea people have been fed that this all-important and Aryan attitude is somehow tied up with a masochistic love for niggers. I also discuss the problem of the medical establishment, and I explore the pro-life idea and Scott Roeder's heroism.
Unfortunately, early on in the campaign the Hellfighters really didn't have the opportunity to dole out these much-needed assbeatings, because as you can probably imagine the cracker-ass American High Command decided to give the all-black regiment every single bullshit job on the Western Front. They unloaded cargo vessels, dug ditches and did all sorts of ing menial shit, the extent of which fell somewhere between janitorial work and dishwashing on the Badassery Scale. Finally, after weeks of this bullcrap with no end in sight, the French Command was like, "well if you jerks won't let these guys get in there and start busting heads than we will", and decided to see if "Harlem Hellfighters" was more than just a clever name. The 369th and Johnson were tranferred to the French Command and immediately pressed into service in the Argonne Forest.
Well like a week after they were transferred, Sergeant Henry Johnson and his buddy, Private Needham Roberts, were put on guard duty one night and told to keep an eye out for any Kraut bastard desperately in need of having a bullet jammed into his ocular cavity. So Johnson and Needham were just out there minding their own business when all of a sudden an entire platoon of German Infantry (between twenty-five and thirty men) came running out of nowhere and started kicking the crap out of the two Americans. Johnson was hit with a grenade and shot in the chest with a mothering shotgun, while Roberts was shot twice with a pistol and knocked to the floor like a sack of potatoes that had just been shot twice at close range with a ing handgun. The Germans rushed in, gave Johnson the finger, grabbed Roberts, and hauled him off as a prisoner.
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50 Senators send a letter to the Owner of the Washington Redskins. Last Comic Standing Reboot ~ Why are there Senior and Military Discounts ~ Albert Einstein on the Military
He who joyfully marches to music rank and file, has already earned my contempt. He has been given a large brain by mistake, since for him the spinal cord would surely suffice. This disgrace to civilization should be done away with at once. Heroism at command, how violently I hate all this, how despicable and ignoble war is; I would rather be torn to shreds than be a part of so base an action. It is my conviction that killing under the cloak of war is nothing but an act of murder. ~
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MEET CHARLES J. STECKER, JR.
Charles displayed his first acts of courage and heroism at the tender age of 4 years old by attempting to rescue his 2-year-old brother. While being brutally beaten himself-resulting in a permanently disfigured arm-he did all he could to save his brother, tragically it wasn’t enough. The woman who murdered his brother and critically injured Charles had another child die in her care just 10 months prior, she never went to trial for either death or her assault on Charles. He has made it his life long quest to seek justice for not only his brother but all abused and murdered children.
Throughout his young life, Charles was abused in every way possible. He constantly lost family, friends and belongings. He was consistently moved from home to home leaving him feeling unwanted and unloved. He was never able to get a solid education or establish himself in a community. He was failed by his birth parents, the child welfare system, the justice system and by society as a whole.
Charles is a Hero to Multitudes, a Children's Rights Warrior, and a Parental Responsibility Advocate. In addition he is a Community Leader, Activist and Volunteer.
Tune in each Wednesday this month as we feature the authors from the book, “i Excel HIGHER”: a collection of poems and expressions from foster care alumni. Fascinating and Enlightening Stories!!!
Arizona Senator John McCain
Republican Weekly Address: Memorial Day, Veterans and Our Military
“Our veterans gave us their best. But it’s obvious that too often they’ve gotten the worst from those charged with their care. Our country doesn’t depend on the heroism of every citizen. But we must be worthy of the sacrifices that are made on our behalf. How we care for those who risked everything for us is the most important test of a nation’s character. Today, we are failing that test. We must do better tomorrow – much better.
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Please support our firefighters who daily place their lives on the line. I am dedicating this show to support our firefighters across the UNITED STATES! I will welcome call ins for those who have family members who are firefighters to share stories of courage and heroism. Please feel free to also call in for prayer as you feel led. There are so many times what these precious ones do for our country so sleflessly, we need to honor and support them. Tune in Saturday evening to show your support, and offer any stories that will also inspire and encourage all of us to send prayers and loving support to these precious ones..
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Heroism In Action is trying out this blog talk idea to see if anyone really listens to a word we are saying. Kimber, our not so fearless leader, will be hosting in April. She will be tackling the Definition of Heroes over the next two weeks. Join us for a fun and zany morning upbeat show where you never know what will happen. (G rated)
This is Beyond the Airwaves: The Infinity Project, where we go beyond the mainstream media and tackle issues that don't seem so important to the major networks.
On Friday's show, we talked about how it takes one stupid act for someone to make headlines. This time, though, we're doing a 180 and honor ordinary people who made the ultimate sacrifice...and saved others in the process. We'll talk about a day care worker in Mississippi who died during last week's tornado outbreak...while clutching a four-year-old toddler who survived. We'll also talk about Alabama Crimson Tide swimmer John Servati who also died last week...saving his girlfriend from a retaining wall in the same outbreak. Instead of an act of infamy, we'll honor people who made the sacrificial act of heroism. There's at least a 90% chance of tears, so listener handkerchief may be advised
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My guest is Reverend Dr. Nancy Ash a heart-centered mystic of the ancient sacred ways... a veteran spiritual teacher with an integral, “360” Message of Oneness. Nancy's voice is heard worldwide as a passionate new-thought-leader, author and midwife to the new paradigm. Since the 1970s she's been a pioneering Raja Yoga therapist, energy healer and sacred activist.
Celebrating 35 years of service, Nancy wrote a life-changing book called, Doing a 360: Turning Your Life Around to Follow Soul's Purpose, guiding readers to heroism. Her debut poetry collection — released this March — is entitled, Garland of Grace: Sitting with the Dying Sun, and honors a rise of The Sacred Feminine. We’ll be exploring some of her stirring poems in this show today.
Nancy is Executive Director and Producer of The Art of Living Well Radio Network at Blogtalkradio.com, and co-hosts a spiritual talk-show called, “Consider This.” She’s been broadcasting since 2010... inspiring listeners to new vistas of consciousness with powerful re-calibrations ... beautiful meditations that uplift vibrational frequency. Dr. Ash is a ministerial trainer, doctoral professor and mentor.... teaching a full-circle, Soul-awakening process she calls, “Doing a three-sixty.” Her website is www.Doinga360.com