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As our first episode with the new name Voice of Rebellion Chris Jay and Al Suarez present: Tito of Yugoslavia's Socialism, which united a multi ethnic multi religious people against Stalinism and Fascism. What can we learn from Tito? What of the division of the Balkans today? WWI started in the Balkans, what is the importance of this region where East meets West? Are there leaders today, like in Latin America, who are similar to Tito's style? Is Trotskyism and other forms of Socialism similar? Enjoy this hour and a half show, callers welcome to join the discussion.
People from neighboring countries like Finland, Hungary and Yugoslavia were forced into work camps under Stalin. Did he have an objective like Isis does not? When killing is killing or is it to build a new society? The ultimate purge.
Case study: Russian-Finnish Winter War of 1939-1941. The Soviet Union ostensibly sought to claim parts of Finnish territory, demanding—amongst other concessions—that Finland cede substantial border territories in exchange for land elsewhere, claiming security reasons, primarily the protection of Leningrad, which was only 32 km (20 mi) from the Finnish border. Finland refused and the USSR invaded the country Many Finns living in Soviet Karelia region were subject to labor camps because of persecution but also their lumber skills
CROATIA: A Country of 1,000 Islands with host Wanda Krivicich Dengel discussing The Republic of Croatia -Part I
1:00 pm, Wednesday, October 28, 2015 –Croatia: A Country of 1,000 Islands – Part 1 with host Wanda Krivicich Dengel, M.A. Education, gives a historical and cultural introduction to the Republic of Croatia. Croatia is rich in culture and history and ranked the 18th most popular tourist destination in the world. It is a sovereign state at the crossroads of Central Europe, Southeast Europe, and the Mediterranean. Its capital city is Zagreb, which forms one of the country's primary subdivisions, along with its twenty counties. Croatia covers 21,851 square miles and has diverse, mostly continental and Mediterranean climates.
Wanda Krivicich Dengel, M.A. in Education
Blog Address: http://mrsdengel2.blogspot.com
Welcome to American Freedom Watch Radio with Guest Host Laurie Bartlett and John Estabrooks
Topic: War and Conflict - Understanding the relationship between Kurdistan and the U.S.A.
Dr. Douglas Layton - Editor - Art Director - Kurdistan Tour Guide. Dr. Layton has lived and worked in Kurdistan over 25 years in various capacities including the US State Department Country Director of Health Care Partnerships and as the National Director for the Kurdistan Development Corporation. He has written extensively on Kurdistan and is the founder of the first American English language school in Kurdistan.
Richard Mills - Texas television producer who has covered a number of wars and conflicts. He has witnessed "the barbarity and brutality of the Islamic Mujahideen fighter while covering the Yugoslavia War.
Camran Wani - First generation Kurdish American, has lived in the U.S.A. since 1994. Camran is very active in the Kurdish Community and a member of the Tennessee Kurdish Council. Camran lived in all four regions of Kurdistan and has witnessed the atrocities put upon the people of Kurdistan.
Tabeer Taabur - Member of the Tennessee Kurdish Community Council. Their mission is to speak in a stronger voice for Kurds and engage them in the American civil life. Masters in Criminal Justice. Tabeer left Southern Kurdistan 19 years ago - was 9 years old at the time. Tabeer lives in Nashville and is married for four wanderful boys. "Although we are currently not in Kurdistan but we are spiritually there. That's why I chose to be an activist to spread the awareness about Kurds."
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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview HRH Princess Katherine of Serbia.
Katherine was educated in Athens and Lausanne, Switzerland. She studied business at the University of Denver, Colorado and the University of Dallas, Texas. Princess Katherine worked in business for a few years in the United States.
On 25 November 1962, Katherine married Jack W. Andrews (died in Maryland in 2013). From that marriage she has two children, David and Alison. Alison has four children: Amanda, Stephanie, Nicolas and Michael; David has a son Alexander, born 1 March 2008. Both Alison and David live in Greece. Princess Katherine has traveled extensively and has lived in Australia, Africa and the United States. Katherine and Jack Andrews were divorced on 7 December 1984.
The Crown Princess has dedicated much of her time to charitable activities since the conflict in the former Yugoslavia. She works in humanitarian relief, and is the patron of various humanitarian organizations including Lifeline Humanitarian Organization. In 2001 she established The Foundation of Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine in Belgrade in order to expand her charitable works. In the United States of America the Foundation is a 501(C) (3) and registered as Lifeline Humanitarian Organization, donations are tax deductible according to the extent of the law. Lifeline Humanitarian Organization is also a registered charity in Canada No. 885426403, Greece No. 998317860 and the United Kingdom No.1027278.
Today's broadcast of The Thomas Loop Radio Show on WJJL-1440am leads of with broadcast great, Pete Weber. More below - extracted from the Nashville Predators website -
The “Voice of the Predators” Pete Weber (Twitter: @petewebersports) begins his 18th season as part of the Nashville Predators broadcast crew and his first working as the team’s primary radio play-by-play announcer in 2015-16. In the last 17 seasons, Weber has missed just two games and has called nearly 1,200 regular season and playoff games for the club.
His insights are called upon by local sportstalk radio and television, and his writing is regularly featured on the team’s website. In January 2015, Weber won his third Tennessee Sportscaster of the Year award, as voted by the National Association of Sportscasters and Sportswriters.
Pete has served the last seven seasons as an “insider” on Sirius/XM’s NHL Network Radio, and has served as co-host of Slapshot Radio since the fall of 2009.
Weber’s hockey experience includes three seasons (1978-81) as analyst on the Los Angeles Kings radio and telecasts, two seasons (1995-97) of radio play-by-play for the Buffalo Sabres and coverage of the U.S. hockey team at the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, along with duties as host for Buffalo’s cable and radio coverage. At the college level, he called games for his alma mater (University of Notre Dame) from 1974 to 1976, and the University at Buffalo from 1976 through 1978.
For more then a decade, the war in the former Yugoslavia garnered frontpage attention. Numerous news organizations and political pundits dedicated themselves to an appraisal of the situation in that area of the Balkans. Now, with the Dayton agreements and the independence of Kosovo from Serbia, it's time to recollect on what went wrong in the former Yugoslavia. Your host, Syed Saboor, and his co-host, Sister Anisa Abd El Fettah, will go back in time and examine the situation with the former Yugoslavia and the events that led up to the tragic bloodshed in that country.
Never in our history have we fought a war where law, lawyers, and layers of legalese have impacted all levels of the war, Political, Strategic, Operational, and Tactical.
Why do we find ourselves here and in what direction are we going?
From Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and even domestically, the legal definition of the use of military power is evolving.
To discuss the impact of Lawfare for the full hour with Sal from the blog "CDR Salamander" and EagleOne from "EagleSpeak" will be David Glazier, CDR USN (Ret.).
David is a Professor of Law at Layola Law School in Los Angles. Prior to Layola, he was a lecturer at the University of Virginia School of Law and a research fellow at the Center for National Security Law, where he conducted research on national security, military justice and the law of war. He also served as a pro bono consultant to Human Rights First.
Before attending law school, Glazier served twenty-one years as a US Navy surface warfare officer. In that capacity, he commanded the USS George Philip (FFG-12), served as the Seventh Fleet staff officer responsible for the US Navy-Japan relationship, the Pacific Fleet officer responsible for the US Navy-PRC relationship, and participated in UN sanctions enforcement against Yugoslavia and Haiti.
Glazier has a JD from the University of Virginia School of Law, an MA from Georgetown University in government/national security studies, and holds a BA in history from Amherst College.
The statements by many leading European heads of states--Angela Merkel, Nicholas Sarkozy, David Cameron, and others--has indicated that its not only common people, but even politicians in the establishment, who have to come to the conclusion that diversity and multiracialism has failed to work in the West.
Multiracial and multicultural societies have a long history of failing--Yugoslavia, the Soviet Union, Rwanda, Sudan, etc.. However, despite this long history of constant failure, the elite class of the West still continues to ply the general public of diversity's benefits.
In this segement of "America in Focus," we will examine diversity and multiracialism in more focus, with the candid and scholarly appraisal of it from a leading academic, among others, who has written and investigated the matter extensively. Dr. Tomislav Sunic has risked criticism and ostracism alike to have written several articles and books, where he takes aim at the credo and mantra of the Western elite class.
Join us at the Campfire for a few sea tales....
Some Nautical Tales covers the adventures and experiences of Captain Wilbur H. Vantine, as he worked his way up from Ordinary Seaman and sailed as Ship Master on tramo freighters in the United States Merchant Marine. Along the way he was able to “see the world” at a very interesting time in world affairs. During WWII, he served on two ships in the war zones of the southwest Pacific and on another in the North Atlantic to the United Kingdom. He obtained his first command in 1951 at age twenty-six. While sailing as Ship Master, he did difficult navigation among icebergs in the far north; had his ship breaking up and losing three of its four lifeboats in a “super” storm, was confined with his crew on a Liberty ship, in ballast, during a winter-time crossing of the North Atlantic, with a killer virus on board, sailed to Korea before, during and after the Korean War, took action to minimize damage from an un-avoidable collision and directed actions to separate the two ships which were connected by their anchor chains, made an ocean crossing with growing cracks in the main deck threatening to cause his ship to break-up, steamed transpacific with a cargo of coal undergoing spontaneous combustion, had his ship to boarded and crew attacked by a large and angry mob in Yugoslavia, had a shifting cargo of army tanks threatening to knock out the sides of his ship during a storm, and had unique interaction with both ship and shore personalities. Based on actual experiences. The numerous photographs were taken by the author, except where noted otherwise.
Host Rich Gehlhausen
Guest Captain Wilbur H. Vantine
With special guest Igor Radic - CEO and VP of Funifier.com
For someone new to the industry, the concept of Gamification can be hard to grasp let alone implement. In an era where bringing a product/solution to market quickly is key to winning new customers, what does it take for a newbie to gamify their enterprise or e-commerce site?
Funifier is taking it back to the basics – Their platform is built on the question: Why can't the implementation of Gamification projects be simple and straight forward?
The focus of Funifier is to bring back the fun and common sense in gamification platform integration.
About Igor Radic: A senior operations strategist with 15+ years in various industries that include project management, sales, and system integrations. Igor has lead large teams to attain company goals and organic growth through the use of game mechanics and incentive programs. He’s got an international perspective, born in Ex-Yugoslavia, he attended university in Montreal, and has traveled extensively. Connect with Igor on Twitter @TheFunifier or the company website www.funifier.com
About your host: A gamification speaker and designer, Monica Cornetti is rated as the #1 Gamification Guru in the world by UK-based Leaderboarded. She hosts a weekly Gamification Talk Radio program, as well as author of the book Totally Awesome Training Activity Guide: Put Gamification to Work for You. Monica’s niche is gamification techniques that can be used within the corporate talent development environment. Connect with Monica on Twitter @monicacornetti or her website www.monicacornetti.com/gamification
Dennis, Jeff, & Susan have invited their friend Amminadab to join us and discuss this interesting topic:
Religions without Borders USA, Inc is dedicated to solving conflicts and improving relationships around the World. Through interfaith dialogue, disputes resolutions services, radio programming and collaborative actions with national civil societies and religious communities, they maximize the ability of individuals, communities and Nations to promote peace, operate efficiently, and to effect positive change. As a U.S.A 501 (c ) with registration status in Uganda, Yemen, Nepal, Former Yugoslavia countries and beyond, they provide services and partnership opportunities to individuals, governments, intergovernmental organizations, nonprofits , educational institutions, foundations and other underserved populations.
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