• 00:58

    Victims of Bullying

    in Religion

    My Guest is Tiffani Shaun K Palmer. Miss Palmer is the founder of S.T.E.P Resources, a non-profit organization for young women ages 14-25, who have been victims of bullying, teen pregnancy, rape, abuse and low self esteem. Their goal is to reach and counsel as many young women as she can and spread Christ and his love to them. To help them become independent, strong, to help them find housing, provide food church and job placement. We are looking to help over 2,000 young ladies by the middle of next year.


    Victims of bullying include girls and boys of all ages, sizes, and backgrounds. But some children are more likely than others to be victimized because they appear small, weak, insecure, sensitive, or “different” from their peers.  


    Some children can reduce their risk of being bullied by dressing or acting in ways that make it easier for them to “fit in.” Yet children should not be expected to conform to avoid the threat of bullying. Every child’s individuality should be appreciated for the value it brings to the group, rather than suppressed to reduce the risk of victimization. Furthermore, not all children are able to alter personal characteristics that may place them at increased risk.

  • 02:00

    Hard Starboard Radio: The True Victims Of Torture

    in Politics Conservative

    Elizabeth Warren is the face of the modern Democrats, and Hillary Clinton is their Mitt Romney; All the ways in which the public sides with conservatives, if only Republicans could bring themselves to believe it; The total, utter failure of Man Haron Monis, and why he deserved every bit of it; Democrats, supposedly "shocked" by the CIA’s tactics, dishonor the people who died on 9/11; and never big on law and order, hard-left insurrectionists target innocent bridges and tunnels.

  • 00:34

    Guest: Barr. Keigo Baba and Kabukabu Ikwueme “Comparing Laws in Japan & England"

    in Education

    Barr. Keigo Baba from Osaka, Japan and Kabukabu Ikwueme, SWACIN Board member meet on the radio show to discuss the difference of laws in Japan and U.K.  Barr. Baba has been an attorney at law for two years. He belongs to Children’s Rights Committee of Osaka Bar Association, and tackles with child abuse. His interest is to widen the knowledge on how foreign countries cope with child abuse and whether they have any systems to stop or forfeit parental responsibility. Kabukabu Ikwueme, on the other hand, is a London base Freelance writer with a background in the legal sector. Her writing has featured in academic research on law and economics.  Inequality is at the heart of many problems in this world. Working with victims of serious and violent crime including domestic violence, has helped sharpen her focus and awakened her senses to the root cause of many social ills.


    Rabia Mazhar (in caricature).........Editor-In-Chief.


    Hideko Nagashima ........Host of the show.


    Global Eco Talk Show is brought by SWACIN Inc.  Our radio shows are designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as violence, witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solving the problems.  The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change.  English flyer andJapanere flyer on the radio.

  • 00:33

    Domestic Violence: Helping Victims and Stopping the Shame

    in Lifestyle

    Domestic violence impacts everyone. Join host, Sabrina, as she talks about the shame and humilation the domestic violence victims feel. Men can be victims of domestic violence and many times the crimes are unreported. (516) 453-9383


     

  • 00:34

    Guest: Barr. Keigo Baba and Kabukabu Ikwueme “Comparing Laws in Japan & England"

    in Education

    Barr. Keigo Baba from Osaka, Japan and Kabukabu Ikwueme, SWACIN Board member meet on the radio show to discuss the difference of laws in Japan and U.K.  Barr. Baba has been an attorney at law for two years. He belongs to Children’s Rights Committee of Osaka Bar Association, and tackles with child abuse. His interest is to widen the knowledge on how foreign countries cope with child abuse and whether they have any systems to stop or forfeit parental responsibility. Kabukabu Ikwueme, on the other hand, is a London base Freelance writer with a background in the legal sector. Her writing has featured in academic research on law and economics.  Inequality is at the heart of many problems in this world. Working with victims of serious and violent crime including domestic violence, has helped sharpen her focus and awakened her senses to the root cause of many social ills. 


    Global Eco Talk Show is brought by SWACIN Inc.  Our radio shows are designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as violence, witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solving the problems.  The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change.  English flyer andJapanere flyer on the radio.

  • 00:33

    Sending violet flame to the Pakistani children who are victims of terrorism

    in Spirituality

    Let's send the violet flame to children who are victims of terrorism, and especially into this school in Pakistan. The violet flame dissolves the strongholds of evil through the alchemy or the Seventh Ray of the Holy Spirit. In the name of Saint Germain, let's send the violet flame into the Middle and Far East and throughout the world, where children are victims of terrorism. Let's invoke it for the consuming of all fanaticism and misuse of the light of Allah in Islam.  

  • 00:03

    Suicide Victims of the Roman Catholic Church

    in Religion

    This episode is dedicated to all the victims of Roman Catholic abuse, whose pain was too much for them and they committed suicide.

    I wrote a letter to the editor in response to Pope Francis asking priest abuse victims to forgive him and the church for our abuses. This is a part of that response:

    "How can Paul Anthony Carson, whom upon seeing the priest whom raped him walking down the street and then going home and hanging himself, being found by his parents, forgive him?


    How can Emma Foster, whom was raped by Father Kevin O'Donnell, while at a primary school whom committed suicide because of it, forgive him?


    How can Daniel Neill, whom committed suicide because of his rapist priest, Joseph Gallagher, forgive him?


    How can the 30 boys raped at the St Alipius primary school, whom committed suicide forgive him for their rapes?

    There are about a thousand or more victims of these evil crimes who committed suicide. Tonight, we honor their memory and call to task the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis, all of the Cardinals, Bishops and Archbishops, priests, nuns and parishioners, who have ignored this evil and to correct it immediately.

    These brothers and sisters of ours...deserve no less.

  • 00:40

    Guest: Barr. Keigo Baba and Barr Kab Ikwueme “Comparing Laws in Japan & England"

    in Education

    Barr. Keigo Baba from Osaka, Japan and Barr. Kabukabu Ikwueme, SWACIN Board member meet on the radio show to discuss the difference of laws in Japan and U.K.  Barr. Baba has been an attorney at law for two years. He belongs to Children’s Rights Committee of Osaka Bar Association, and tackles with child abuse. His interest is to widen the knowledge on how foreign countries cope with child abuse and whether they have any systems to stop or forfeit parental responsibility. Barr. Kabukabu Ikwueme, on the other hand, is a London base Freelance writer with a background in the legal sector. Her writing has featured in academic research on law and economics.  Inequality is at the heart of many problems in this world. Working with victims of serious and violent crime including domestic violence, has helped sharpen her focus and awakened her senses to the root cause of many social ills. 


    Global Eco Talk Show is brought by SWACIN Inc.  Our radio shows are designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as violence, witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solving the problems.  The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change.  English flyer andJapanere flyer on the radio.

  • 00:30

    Male victims of Domestic Violence and Can a Woman Provoke Abuse

    in Self Help

    Believe or not men can be victims of domestic abuse. Why don't we know more about this? Because most men don't report the abuse because they are afraid that their reputation may be at stake. They also don't want to be viewed as weak. 


    She asked for it...right? She got in his face waving her finger. He had to hit her...right? She pushed him, isn't that cause for him to strike back. Does a man ever have a right to defend himself? 

  • 02:00

    DECEMBER WEEKS #1 -&- #2 REVIEWED: (PART 5: RUSSIA, CHINA, & MIDDLE EAST)

    in Current Events

    On this final episode of DECEMBER WEEK #1 IN REVIEW, we wind it all up with that weeks updates on MAGOG RUSSIA, UKRAINE, NATO, EU and US actions leading to WORLD WAR 3, as well as, KINGS OF THE EAST UPDATES of CHINA, NORTH KOREA, ASEAN MEMBERS, JAPAN, and other Asian News Updates. Also be watching for our CHRISTMAS SPECIAL EPISODE ON CHRISTMAS NIGHT!!... SO STAY TUNED! STAY INFORMED! GET IN THE KNOW! AND ENJOY THE SHOW!...

  • 01:24

    PWTorch Livecast - Wade Keller Interviews Jim Ross

    in Wrestling

    PWTorch editor Wade Keller, who launched Pro Wrestling Torch Newsletter in 1987, hosts this weekly interview series, titled PWTorch Livecast Interview Friday. This week, Keller welcomes former WWE announcer Jim Ross to talk all-things wrestling, including calling Global Force Wrestling's U.S. PPV presentation of New Japan's Tokyo Dome Show. Call in live or email questions to pwtorchlivecast@gmail.com.

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