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Hate and Revenge overtones exist to some degree in contemporary heavy metal music which supports both racialist and nationalistic views. I am primarily interested in discussing the German style of music and lyrics. The listener will receive a basic translation of the words for each piece of music before being played.
I want the listeners to know that German musicians have more trouble with their lyrics in the Courts than if they played certain "banned" pieces of music from the Third Reich, such as: "Horst Wessel Lied". The German musicians express their opinions about many problems in Germany such as the corrupt system, foreign occupation, immigration, stolen territory, stolen wealth, etc. They often honor their ancestors and express loyalty to their Volk and Homeland. The younger musicians often surpass their predecessors through their controversial lyrics. This trend with musicians will intensify and the "acceptable legal limits" will always be near the breaking point, which is what we desire.
I wanted to discuss German music and lyrics because the White Race in the U.S. has many of the same complaints and concerns as the Germans. Their music is inspiring and motivational in some ways and we can use it for those purposes. Their music is bold and hardcore compared to others and we need that in our struggle to regain control of our lands.
The Gut Level Talk gang is at it again. Have you ever made some sex vids that got into the wrong hands? Had an ex publish your escapades for all the world to see? How about made some and voluntarrily and uploaded it to the internet yourself? Have you had a break up with some one and don't know what the status of your sex vids are you made with that person? Have you seen or heard tell yourself on uploaded sights? How about suspected a dude you were with of making a hidden camera video of the two of you or three of you lol having sex? We gonna talk abou t all that. And the legal ramifications and remedy's victims can have for unauthorized sexual act vids being dessiminated on the internet or vie electronic devices. ALL THAT AND MORE
There is football to talk about with the Arizona Cardinals and the NFL. The NFL Draft is done. Tight end John Carlson retired.
Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox talk about the roster changes and the NFL Draft.
Arizona has seven new players. From tackle DJ Humphries to tight end Gerald Christian, the Cards addressed needs and also made some picks that surprised a lot of people. Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox go over the picks -- do they love them, like them or hate them? Why?
They go over the role the players might play this year and in future seasons. They talk about their draft regrets and then go over the undrafted rookies added to the fold.
Listen in and keep the conversation going at Revenge of the Birds.
In this, the 75th installment of Revenge of the Birds Radio, is all about the NFL Draft. Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox have already talked about the offense and defense for the Arizona Cardinals and players they could target with their 8 picks.
This show is about specific players the hosts like for each of the first three round for the Cardinals. Names like Shane Ray and Todd Gurley come up, while some other names could leave you scratching your head.
After the Cardinals talk, they mock the first round of the draft, giving the moves each team should make and who they think will actually be the pick.
Will either of them be anywhere close to the real thing?
Don't miss this show and head on over to Revenge of the Birds to continue with the conversation.
The NFL Draft is less than a month away, so it is officially time to start talking about the prospects and the needs of the Arizona Cardinals. This episode will be a whole lot more Seth and much less Jess and the two will talk about the NFL Draft in terms of offensive players.
Are there quarterbacks worth drafting? What about the running backs? Are there receivers that Bruce Arians can nab and make productive right away? Will they add to the offensive line? What about tight ends?
Tune in and then keep the conversation going at Revenge of the Birds.
The last ROTB Radio show was all about the Arizona Cardinals and the NFL Draft, but on the offensive side of the ball. Seth and Jess talked about the different positions, who might and might not fit and more. This show is about the defensive side of the ball.
The Arizona Cardinals already made some offseason additions, but where could they look in the draft? Seth and Jess will talk about pass rushers, cornerbacks and more. What about inside linebacker?
They go through the different positions -- how likely do the Cards draft someone at the position, who fits and more.
Tune in and keep the conversation going on Revenge of the Birds.
This episode concerns recent scandals involving the posting of celebrity pics on the internet.These pics are stolen from the cloud and people use these nude photos to exact revenge on their exes. This kind of activity is called revenge when someone retaliates against an old girlfriend or ex-wife or ex-boyfriend or husband by posting nude or sexual images. This kind of activity led to the enactment of laws/statutes in 13 states. Arizona has passed one of these anti revenge statutes. This statute is being challenged as 'overbroad' and constitutionally infirm because it is 'content based' discrimination.
Join us live every Friday night at 11p.m. eastern/8p.m. pacific as we discuss being the other woman/other man, infidelities and sex and relationships outside of the marriage. We are always controversial but it doesn’t mean it doesn’t need to be talked about. Statistics say that 50% of people admit to cheating. I think this is reason to bring whats in the dark to the light. So either you are having an affair, had one, or contemplating it lets talk about it. How do you get your revenge and not end up in jail is our subject this week pulled straight from our Dear TDL files on our website TheDownLowLive.com. Join your host Sierra Devi and co host Alana Evans as we dive in to this taboo subject of affairs 11pm eastern Friday March 27, 2015
This episode is a long time coming.
It's a problem that should be tackled more often and much louder than usual.
It's also an episode I had to put on the shelf because ideologically white trouble was going on behind the scenes.
Now that I'm getting that work taken care of, I can begin doing Fem Fridays with Exposing Men's Rights Activism.