• 00:23

    The rise of angry young black males in America for a LOVE REVOLUTION!

    in News

    America and the world is racist in policy to black people and at the same time ask why young black males are so angry. The anger comes from frustration and confusion of what to do. THe Kingdom of David will channel that anger to a peaceful love revolution that will bring hope, respect, restitution and reparations to Africa and her children in America and the rest of the world.


    This broadcast announces the global revolution that must come from Jerusalem in order to restore hope. There is a war between good and evil and Jerusalem must lead the forces of good against the tyrannical forces of evil that wish to shackled man kind into a global new world order.,


    Our fight is not against flesh and blood, but a spiritual battle that will erupt into love, truth and Justice by the establishment of the Kingdom of David.


    This program is 100% listener supported and will not continue beyond the trail period without your support. We will stop broadcasting by October 5th 2014 unless sufficient funds are received to cover blog talk fees and other expenses.


    Our pay-pal address is give@kingdomofdavid.org

  • 00:31

    Honeymoon hideaways that aren’t just for newlyweds!

    in Romance

    ~~The Wedding Jeannie’s Honeymoon and Registry Series Concludes with Hawaii and Beyond!
    With the cold weather arriving, it’s the perfect time to talk vacations! This week we welcome back our favorite travel agent, Joyce Horowitz from Altour. There are some very popular, “hot spot” destinations and properties in Hawaii - also Fiji, Seychelles, and Tahiti, to name a few – and we can’t wait to hear about them. We will talk about what you should know when thinking of honeymooning in these parts of the world, the specific properties that might best suit your needs, and how to make the most out of your trip!
    Join Jeannie Uyanik live on Wednesday, December 18th for another show you won’t want to miss!

  • 00:31

    Chapter 13: Divine Judgement Upon The Daughters Of Babylon (Edomites Females)

    in Self Help

    Divine judgement is here for the Daughters of Babylon aka daughters of Edom. "God don't like ugly".


    Malachi 2 : 11 - 12
    Ezra 10: 3 & 19
    Ben Sira (Ecclesiasticus) 39:28-31 KJVA


    "white" females have always been a huge part of the satanic cabal which engages in tactics that systematic erode the Israelite community and stat of health. The "white" female (aka edomite female) has been the hidden hand in pushing propoganda of black women being 70% single and have used their soceries to distract black males from their natural duty. THE MOST HIGH HAS TAKEN NOTICE AND HAS BEEN WATCHING. HE IS NOT MOCKED.




    JUDGEMENT FOR CONTINUED AGGRESSIONS AND TRESSPASS AGAINST THE ISRAELITE (Negro) WOMAN, BY THE "BLACK MAN'S KKKRYPTONITE".


    http://www.cnn.com/2013/12/16/us/indiana-groom-death/
    http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/28/health/newlywed-tragedy-irpt/
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/shark-attack-kills-british-groom-on-honeymoon-in-seychelles-2338930.html
    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/french-man-killed-by-shark-while-on-honeymoon/
    http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/families-hudson-river-boating-victims-passengers-didn-barge-sober-article-1.1413674
    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/simon-holdsworth-murder-groom-to-be-killed-2953701


     


    CDC admites to Lying About STD Rates Among Black Women:


    https://btx3.wordpress.com/2010/04/21/cdc-admits-report-on-black-women-with-stds-inaccurate/
    http://survivingdating.com/research-and-statistics-on-black-women-dont-believe-the-hype

  • 00:31

    Part 4: Close-Up Spotlights Author Richard Modlin

    in Books

    Author, lecturer, naturalist, photographer, and traveler… The extraordinary life and career of Richard Modlin has enabled him to experience parts of the world that many can only dream of. As a retired professor and marine/freshwater biologist, Richard has studied ecological systems in some of the most fascinating places that Earth has to offer. Richard’s travels include trips to Africa, Europe, North and Central America, along with countless islands in the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and Mediterranean Sea.
    With over seventy published scientific and natural history articles, Richard shared his research on marine and freshwater invertebrates. After retiring, Richard took some time to continue traveling with his wife. Within a few years, Richard decided to follow his lifelong desire to become an author and share his wonderful accounts about his travels and experiences across the world.
    Richard’s debut work was the 2002 release of Malachite Lion: A Travel Adventure in Kenya. In this non-fictional book, Richard shares the accounts of his unplanned solo journey through Kenya and the Seychelles Islands.
    Modlin’s next non-fictional work, Chasing Wings: Birding Exploits and Encounters is a birdwatchers dream as Modlin shares many different personal encounters with birds from a wide variety of locations. Released in 2008, Chasing Wings was nominated as a finalist by ForeWord Magazine 2008 Book of the Year in nature writing.
    Recently, Modlin completed his debut fictional novel set for release this summer. Modlin describing his new novel says, “Newfound Freedom is about two English brothers that experience a perilous Atlantic crossing and become embroiled at the beginning of the American Revolution. It’s a magnificent story of adventure.”
    For more information visit www.richardmodlin.com.

  • 00:31

    Part 3: Close-Up Spotlights Author Richard Modlin

    in Books

    Author, lecturer, naturalist, photographer, and traveler… The extraordinary life and career of Richard Modlin has enabled him to experience parts of the world that many can only dream of. As a retired professor and marine/freshwater biologist, Richard has studied ecological systems in some of the most fascinating places that Earth has to offer. Richard’s travels include trips to Africa, Europe, North and Central America, along with countless islands in the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and Mediterranean Sea.
    With over seventy published scientific and natural history articles, Richard shared his research on marine and freshwater invertebrates. After retiring, Richard took some time to continue traveling with his wife. Within a few years, Richard decided to follow his lifelong desire to become an author and share his wonderful accounts about his travels and experiences across the world.
    Richard’s debut work was the 2002 release of Malachite Lion: A Travel Adventure in Kenya. In this non-fictional book, Richard shares the accounts of his unplanned solo journey through Kenya and the Seychelles Islands.
    Modlin’s next non-fictional work, Chasing Wings: Birding Exploits and Encounters is a birdwatchers dream as Modlin shares many different personal encounters with birds from a wide variety of locations. Released in 2008, Chasing Wings was nominated as a finalist by ForeWord Magazine 2008 Book of the Year in nature writing.
    Recently, Modlin completed his debut fictional novel set for release this summer. Modlin describing his new novel says, “Newfound Freedom is about two English brothers that experience a perilous Atlantic crossing and become embroiled at the beginning of the American Revolution. It’s a magnificent story of adventure.”
    For more information visit www.richardmodlin.com.

  • 00:32

    Part 2: Close-Up Spotlights Author Richard Modlin

    in Books

    Author, lecturer, naturalist, photographer, and traveler… The extraordinary life and career of Richard Modlin has enabled him to experience parts of the world that many can only dream of. As a retired professor and marine/freshwater biologist, Richard has studied ecological systems in some of the most fascinating places that Earth has to offer. Richard’s travels include trips to Africa, Europe, North and Central America, along with countless islands in the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and Mediterranean Sea.
    With over seventy published scientific and natural history articles, Richard shared his research on marine and freshwater invertebrates. After retiring, Richard took some time to continue traveling with his wife. Within a few years, Richard decided to follow his lifelong desire to become an author and share his wonderful accounts about his travels and experiences across the world.
    Richard’s debut work was the 2002 release of Malachite Lion: A Travel Adventure in Kenya. In this non-fictional book, Richard shares the accounts of his unplanned solo journey through Kenya and the Seychelles Islands.
    Modlin’s next non-fictional work, Chasing Wings: Birding Exploits and Encounters is a birdwatchers dream as Modlin shares many different personal encounters with birds from a wide variety of locations. Released in 2008, Chasing Wings was nominated as a finalist by ForeWord Magazine 2008 Book of the Year in nature writing.
    Recently, Modlin completed his debut fictional novel set for release this summer. Modlin describing his new novel says, “Newfound Freedom is about two English brothers that experience a perilous Atlantic crossing and become embroiled at the beginning of the American Revolution. It’s a magnificent story of adventure.”
    For more information visit www.richardmodlin.com.

  • 00:31

    Close-Up Talk Radio Spotlights Author Richard Modlin

    in Books

    Author, lecturer, naturalist, photographer, and traveler… The extraordinary life and career of Richard Modlin has enabled him to experience parts of the world that many can only dream of. As a retired professor and marine/freshwater biologist, Richard has studied ecological systems in some of the most fascinating places that Earth has to offer. Richard’s travels include trips to Africa, Europe, North and Central America, along with countless islands in the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and Mediterranean Sea.
    With over seventy published scientific and natural history articles, Richard shared his research on marine and freshwater invertebrates. After retiring, Richard took some time to continue traveling with his wife. Within a few years, Richard decided to follow his lifelong desire to become an author and share his wonderful accounts about his travels and experiences across the world.
    Richard’s debut work was the 2002 release of Malachite Lion: A Travel Adventure in Kenya. In this non-fictional book, Richard shares the accounts of his unplanned solo journey through Kenya and the Seychelles Islands.
    Modlin’s next non-fictional work, Chasing Wings: Birding Exploits and Encounters is a birdwatchers dream as Modlin shares many different personal encounters with birds from a wide variety of locations. Released in 2008, Chasing Wings was nominated as a finalist by ForeWord Magazine 2008 Book of the Year in nature writing.
    Recently, Modlin completed his debut fictional novel set for release this summer. Modlin describing his new novel says, “Newfound Freedom is about two English brothers that experience a perilous Atlantic crossing and become embroiled at the beginning of the American Revolution. It’s a magnificent story of adventure.”
    For more information visit www.richardmodlin.com.

  • 01:23

    Military Author Radio

    in Books

    Military Author Radio, www.militaryauthorradio.com with co-hosts Patriot Media Author Dr. Tom Gauthier, and Dari Bradley CEO of Patriot Media, Incorporated, are proud to continue to produce Military Author Radio
    This week our guest is Dr Thomas Neff, our listeners may recall Jack from China as he frequently checks in with our program.  Who is Dr. Thomas Neff  ( A.K.A Jack)?
    At age 17, Tom joined the Naval Reserves, and remained in the regular Navy for 10 years before getting out. He served aboard USS Tusk, the USS Patrick Henry SSBN 599 Blue Crew, the USS Will Rogers Gold SSBN 659 Crew, and finally the USS Thomas Edison SSBN 610 Gold Crew.
    Dr. Neff also worked as a chief environment chemist for Mohegan College in Connecticut, flew for Pilgrim Airlines, then continued working as a pilot in Africa, moving on to the Seychelles Islands.  From there he went to Guam worked for the Air Force Satellite Program.  Eventually moving to Saipan where he worked at the American Language Institute, then ended up purchasing the Institute, and continued teaching English as a second language. Finally settling in Chongqing, China as a history Professor at Chongqing University teaching The History of Western Civilization – a course covering Phillip of Macedonia up to the end of WWII in England.
    Military Author Radio is a live program airing Sunday Evenings at 8:30 PM (EST), 7:30 PM (CEN) 6:30 PM (MST) and 5:30 PM (PST).

  • 00:30

    Topically Yours - Raynard Jackson Show

    in Culture

    Host Deardra Shuler talks with Raynard Jackson,President and CEO of Raynard Jackson & Associates, Inc.- a government relations and political consulting firm in Washington, D.C. about Seychelles, an African country and vacation spot on the east coast of South Africa and near Madgascar. Mr Jackson will discuss the upcoming business forum in NY on Sept 21 and the business and investment opportunities Seychelles hopes to realize and open in America to benefit both countries.

  • 01:00

    Helen Benedict, author, "The Edge of Eden" and Columbia J-school prof

    in Books

    Columbia Journalism School presents a conversation with HELEN BENEDICT, a professor who teaches literary nonfiction, among other courses here. We will discuss her latest novel, the art of narrative journalism and the intersection between novels and traditional reporting. ABOUT THE BOOK: Inspired by her parents' anthropological field notes, Benedict has set her fifth novel in 1960, on the tropical Seychelles Islands, a thousand miles off the eastern coast of Africa. Benedict's lush descriptions of life on the islands are firmly based in the realities of the time. The role of black magic in Seychelles culture, passed down from the country's past as a former slave colony, the decaying culture of British colonialism's last gasp -- these form the background of this witty, sharp and yet heartbreaking novel about a family unraveling and a child's desperate attempts to save it.

    Praise for The Edge of Eden:
    "An armchair traveler's delight, Benedict's novel is an amusingly poignant look at the British abroad in the spirit of Evelyn Waugh." (Publishers Weekly, Sept. 2009)

    More on her at http://helenbenedict.com

  • 00:30

    DoDLive Bloggers Roundtable: U.S. Africa Command

    in Military

    We have scheduled a DoDLive Bloggers Roundtable with U.S. Navy Vice Adm. Robert T. Moeller, U.S. Africa Command Deputy to the Commander for Military Operations. Vice Adm. Moeller will discuss U.S. Africa Command, its military-to-military activities with African militaries, and the command’s efforts to assist African partner nations continue to increase the development of their military and security programs. U.S. Africa Command is responsible to the Secretary of Defense for U.S. military relations with 53 African countries, including the Islands of Cape Verde, Equatorial Guinea, Sao Tome and Principe, and the Indian Ocean islands of Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, and Seychelles.

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