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ia to Libya, on Radio Revolution.
Indeed, from Liberia to Libya the past couple years we have seen imperialist interventions whether under the guise of health or humanitarianism, the continued economic colonialism and enslavement of the African continent, in both North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa, has continued into the 21st century. Will a Lumumba or Mandela emerge as a new leader to fight the continued oppression of the West, in particular the US empire and NATO gangsters? We discuss this scenario, guests are free to call in or ask questions in chat box, facebook, etc.
Tune in and turn on to "A Happiness Index" and connect to your inner joy. We are starting a series on "Service: A Path to happiness." Service has different meanings for many people. However, true service according to the ancient teachings of wisdom traditions is a path to happiness as well as greatness. Examples of great leaders are, Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, Buddha, Jesus, Martin Luther King, Jr. Mother Teresa, Princess Diana to name but a few. All these leaders have one thing in common they served and went beyond a call of duty. Conceptually, one does not attained greatness until after one’s death. And sometimes it may take many years before society (people) realized the enormous contribution one has made to uplift the human condition. The challenge is that one cannot take the road to greatness by being of service; it is the other way around, one must take the road of service to be great. Dr. Martin Luther King said, "Everyone has the power for greatness -- not for fame, but greatness, because greatness is determined by service.” Service is a matter of devotion and love!
The Gruesome Reality of Racist South Africa.” In painstaking detail, Ahlert goes where angels fear to tread in exposing the murderous, borderline genocidal, conditions under which white South Africans are systematically forced to labor. The very same Western media that campaigned tirelessly against the apartheid of the old South Africa now refuse to utter a syllable about the cruelty and injustices that plague the new. In light of the ubiquity of this cowardice, Ahlert’s courage is that much more salient—and that much more commendable.
Statements made about minorities by ANC Government Officials towards SA minority citizens
“When Mandela dies we will kill you whites like flies” – Mzukisi Gaba (ANC councillor and politician at the Provincial government of the Western Cape.) “Kill the Boer – Kill the Farmer” – Peter Mokaba (Murdered ANC populist) “Stealing from whites is not a crime” – Faraday Nkoane, Leader of the Uhuru culture club. “I have beaten the Colonials – and I am going to beat the children of the children of the Colonials” – Julius Malema (ANC youth leader) “Kill them- Kill the Amaburu” – song by the ANC and Mandela “All whites are racists” – Dept. Minister Fikile Mbalula “Whites will be threatened with a revolution by black people if the racial quotas are not met” – Jimmy Manji (Black management forum leader) .
We are here today to declare war. We are against violence, but if this is what it takes to force a bad farmer in a direction, then they should be smashed (moered) in that direction. If farmers continue to violate the rights of our workers like mad dogs then we need to beat them until they stop.
Denise Jannah was born in Suriname, South America. She moved to Holland in the seventies. For 4-5 years, she studied Law at the University of Utrecht, but her love for music made her change her course and she earned a degree as a vocal educator at the Conservatory in Hilversum. In 1989, she won 3rd prize at the Internationales Liederfestival Menschen und Meer in Rostock. She accepted a part in the musical A Night at the Cotton Club, in which she starred in 347 performances in Holland, Germany, and Belgium. In 1997, Jannah starred in Joe, The Musical. In 1998, Denise and Marjorie Barnes were the leading ladies in Fats Waller’s musical show Ain’t Misbehavin’, in European. She released several albums, three on Blue Note Records. Denise Jannah performed seven times at the North Sea Jazz Festival and toured from New York to Johannesberg to Japan. She won two Edison Awards, the Golden Orpheus (Bulgaria) and the Bata Anastacievic Festival Award (Serbia). Jannah performed for royalty and heads of states, including Beatrix, Queen of Holland and Prince Claus, at Eurotop, presidents Ellen Sirleaf Johnson (Liberia) and Ronald Venetiaan (Suriname), former president Bill and Hillary Clinton, Dutch Crown Prince Willem Alexander and Princess Maxima, former presidents Kenneth Kaunda (Zambia) and Nelson Mandela, and on separate occasions for Mrs. Graça Machel Mandela. On April 29 2009, Jannah received a Royal Decoration from Her Majesty the Queen of Holland, Beatrix, as Ridder in de orde van Oranje Nassau.
Todays program features Bert Williams singer,dancer,and comic who simply paved the way for other perfomers today.This segment is presented by our very own Mr.Bey.The program continues with a present day understanding for our youth presented by Aaron Sherrod of who Mr.Nelson Mandela is and why you should recognize his work for change through struggle.Madrid Smith presents Mr.Mandela's history of hard work and sacrifice with our segment of Diamonds.This program proves that African American history of struggle is indeed American history that needs to be read recognized and understood.
"There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children." Nelson Mandela (July 18, 1918 ~ December 5, 2013)
Facebook Group, "'Legislative protective needs,' Met For US Citizens Under 18 by August 29, 2014: www.facebook.com/groups/259691040902980.
More and how to help (see pp 14-17): http://commoncore.azproject.org/files/2014/04/AZ-Op-Information-Calendar-Spring_Summer-2014.pdf.
Thank you. AZ Op! SafeChildEnvironmentS@gmail.com, 800.515.9216 www.TheHittingStopsHere.com
let us discuss all the things of "burning" interest as Nero fiddles...
Isa, Isis, Pork, fast & furrious, eric holder good riddance, 85% of country are racists and the rest cowards, re-naming the street the Dallas Veteran's Hospitial on after a known felon, terrorist, and America hater
E98 or Ebola? why all of a sudden do we have a deisease affecting children with out a remedy right after allowing all those sub-humans over our borders? coincidence?
lets spend $1.5 million a pop on making improvements to Im not an Islam ISIS
“Sexuality interfence” schemes targeted at boys by adult males: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_Man/Boy_Love_Association.
More on "sexuality interference": see para. 8, "Human Trafficking and Foster Care...connecting the dots"?: www.rhondasciortino.com/human-trafficking-and-foster-care-connecting-the-dots.
Uncle Tom Horne's Cabin: http://youtu.be/BgFtDIUR_aU.
Teketa, mother of three boys taken away by CPS on trumped up charges, speaks out: www.blogtalkradio.com/paula-flowe/2014/05/02/momma-they-are-going-to-kill-us-teketa-gives-cps-kidnapping-update-live
Inspiration of the Day
“There is no passion to be found playing small,
in settling for a life that is less than the one
you are capable of living.”
1918-2013, President of South Africa, Revolutionary, and
Author of Long Walk to Freedom: The Autobiography of Nelson Mandela
So Now What?
I’m guessing that the people you admire through out history played big. That’s why you treasure them. They are revered because they were passionate about what they did and they didn’t cover up their light.
The problem with passion and playing big is it puts the spotlight on you. Family, friends and complete strangers will see what you’re doing. They will have an opinion about it and it may not be a good opinion. A lot of people are afraid of getting criticized and having people disapprove of them so they hide and play small.
At first somebody playing big may be laughed at and ridiculed by those still playing small because you’re breaking the un-written rule that we all should play it safe and not rock the boat. It’s so unusual to see someone shun smallness, to let themselves shine, and so willing to deal with the ridicule that they grab our attention and admiration.
It’s not easy playing big that’s why they deserve our honor and respect. That’s why they rise to the top. And because they were that passionate about their life and purpose they had no choice but to shine
How To Light Up The World...
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The present number of knowledgeable American adults of the cruel act of striking America’s sons and daughters in schools with wooden boards still being legal, is sufficient for having this class of “voiceless” citizens gain federal “legislative protection” from this practice swiftly (targeted primarily at socioeconomically-disadvantaged students and those having special needs, particularly nonverbal autism).
The bill is already in the hands of the appropriate federal leader, John Kline, US Education Committee Chairman (also member of US Armed Services), having been introduced to Congress, not once, not twice, but three times by the lovely New York Representative Carolyn McCarthy, widowed through an egregious act of violence, herself (having in mind a decrease in crime through a decrease in teacher-to-student assaults).
Chairman Kline is empowered to bring this brutal form of student “bullying” by American educators to an end--he also receives a six-figured salary to do so.
Are you a parent? Guardian? Concerned citizen?
Learn more and how to help from daily posts at Facebook Group, “‘Legislative protective needs’ Met For US Citizens Under 18 by August 19, 2014”: www.facebook.com/groups/259691040902980.
*More: View A Nation Adrift: www.newlibertyvideos.com.
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On this installment of "It's My House" we shall discuss the (self imposed) apartheid that exist in 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri.
If the locals in Ferguson and many other towns and cities in the USA want a positive change in their social and economic conditions, they must take proactive steps to abolish the (self imposed) apartheid system that they set up on their own.
We shall discuss what are the strategies needed and what steps people can take today to make life better.
Friday, August 29, we didn't get to complete our conversation with William Rhodes, who is just back from South African with more panels to complete the Nelson Mandela International Quilt Project. We are rebroadcasting the first part of the show; however, stay tuned for a longer conversation with William.
Our first guest is: Melinda Holm, director, Middle Passage Pilgrimage, West Coast Premiere, 8/30, 7-9:30 p.m. at the East Bay Meditation Center, 287 17th Street @ Harrison (3 blocks from 19th Street BART). http://www.eastbaymeditation.org
8:30 AM Theodore Lush, Katrina survivor, Maafa Commemoration founder in Montgomery, Alabama
9:00 AM Cast members: Katherine Renee Turner, Eddie Ray Jackson and Roscoe Orman, from Marin Theatre Company's production of Will Power's Fetch Clay, Make Man, a play about a young Muhammad Ali and Stepin Fetchit, based on a true story (through Sept. 7) www.marintheatre.org
9:30 AM William Rhodes, just back from South Africa, where he took quilt pieces from children at the Dr. Charles Drew Elementary School, here in Bayview Hunter's Point to children in the Lalela Project in Cape Town. www.williamrhodes.com Music: Odessa: Home, a Tribute to Lead Belly
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