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  • 02:59

    The Wars of Olden Gods Before Mankind Emerges

    in Music

    A person that are brainwashed by the A.D. Anno Domini religion, without a chance of failure, have a shallow and illogical mind. They live with clouded imagination, and are always cynical, unable to see the glorious life of their divine antecedent ancestors.The only way to understand the world we live in,  is to be sober, literate, and intelligent. It means don't go to any church, it is a  foolish believers joint. Because mankind has an intelligent origin, and to know how life began, requires the ability to read and comprehend issues. To just read words in this cultural way where most people do not respect the deeper property of word elements--puts one at a serious disadvantage. They are two important points to bare in mind, we will never meet the living ancestors to tell us what happened in their days gone by, and so we must read to understand the messages they have left behind for us. When we cannot read to  know what they say to us,  we are left out into the abyss of ignorance, and that ignorance has you can see has brought down our culture, so that it is now sitting in the psychological ruins today,  because of the holy bible which sedated it.  

  • 02:54

    FF 92 Super Bowl 49-Bobbi Kristina-Sick Whitey Segment w/Cynical Afrikan

    in Culture

    On TONIGHT'S show, we'll discuss the following:


    --- The questions surrounding Bobbie Christina Brown
    --- Super Bowl 49
    --- The racism....of Boston area sports fans....
    --- Sick Whitey Weekend: From Bruce Jenner...to Jennerfer Bruce!
    --- The true number of Americans unemployed - Tri-Parent DNA Babies - Isis just burned a Jordanian hostage to death...but where was the indignation when Boko Haram did the same thing?

  • 01:00

    Is it pathetic that I somehow have an irrational fear of letting people love me?

    in Health

    Take 2!!! Because of the glitch it the matrix from last week's show we're going at it again:) Nothing about life or love is irrational or pathetic. Persistence, determination, and discipline combined with a clear vision creates a yellow brick road to authenctic, genuine, reciprocal, yummy, and delicious relationships.


    In love and in life our vulnerability is one of our greatest strengths. We often believe that we risk too much by being vulnerable, but, in fact, the opposite is true. When we build a wall around us to protect ourselves from our big, bad fears, we miss out on so much.   


    When we live with the mindset that something may be taken from us (physically or emotionally), or that we need to be in control of everything that happens, we endure fear on a daily basis. It’s exhausting to live this way. It makes us cynical, suspicious, and unable to follow our hearts because we are afraid of what might happen.


    Join Dr. Darren as he dives into the Heart of the Matter of letting love rule!

  • 00:11

    Is it pathetic that I somehow have an irrational fear of letting people love me?

    in Health

    In love and in life our vulnerability is one of our greatest strengths. We often believe that we risk too much by being vulnerable, but, in fact, the opposite is true. When we build a wall around us to protect ourselves from our big, bad fears, we miss out on so much.   


    When we live with the mindset that something may be taken from us (physically or emotionally), or that we need to be in control of everything that happens, we endure fear on a daily basis. It’s exhausting to live this way. It makes us cynical, suspicious, and unable to follow our hearts because we are afraid of what might happen.


    Join Dr. Darren as he dives into the Heart of the Matter of letting love rule!


     


     


     


     

  • 01:03

    Letting Go Of The Known To Discover What 'IS'. An IC4TS chat with Jacob Rebien

    in Spirituality

    This week Mark chats with Jacob Rebien. While at university Jacob studied The History & Science of Relgions and he did it from a very cynical arrogant perspective, believing followers of such 'paths' were simply deluded people, who more or less believed in fairy tales. Now a decade or so later Jacob laughs at the fact that in many ways he now sees things from a completely different perspective. He is not necessarily religeous as such but can see how his arrogance made him overlook look many important pointings that have now changed his life radically. Jacob's influences have been the 3 principles, Non Dual teachings, the work of Ramesh Balsekar, Anthony Di Mello and Eckhart Tolle. Join Jacob and Mark for an interesting chat into the nature of life and 'ourselves'..


    Find below the link to the interesting You tube clip which Mark refers to within the conversation 'Science meets spirituality'


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HeXehs-SwU

  • 01:01

    AlbaVoce

    in Current Events

    Alba Voce is finally back and what better person to have as my first guest than John Kaminski?


    Kaminski leaped into prominence with his relentless examination of the 9/11/2001 tragedy, about which he concluded that Muslims had nothing to do with these dastardly acts. 9/11 was wholly the work of the cynical people who managed to steal and control the American presidency and Congress at the beginning of the 20th century. These people are principally the so-called elite Jewish bankers who savaged England, France, Russia, and Germany by funding subversive attacks on decent people. Now they have just about destroyed the United States as well, 

    Jewish bankers have been the driving force behind all the wars in history, Kaminski insists, because of their skill in manipulating interest-bearing debt and the unsuspecting people who incur that debt. 

    Now it seems, the world is finally coming around to Kaminski’s way of thinking, motivated by the recent episode of Israelis shooting unarmed people in the head on the high seas when they attacked the Freedom Flotilla on its compassionate and humanitarian mission to assist the Palestinians in Gaza.


    You can see the body of John's work  here: http://therebel.is//en/kaminski

  • 01:04

    A Conversation with Chubby Tavares

    in Lifestyle

    The five-brother singing group Tavares may be best known for such up-tempo hits as the million-selling single "Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel," "More Than a Woman," and "Whodunit," but they first came to national attention with the luscious ballad "Check It Out." Their crisp vocalizing and clean-cut, young-men-next-door image made them favorites on TV shows starring Johnny Carson, Mike Douglas, and Dick Clark's American Bandstand. In 1974, Tavares also had the first hit version (number one R&B) of "She's Gone" written by the then relative unknown duo of Daryl Hall and John Oates. Hall & Oates scored a number seven pop hit with the song in 1976.


    Chubby Tavares is now focused on producing solo projects.  His first project was Jealousy which reaches beyond his salad days as a hit making member of his family group to record an album of covers ranging from tunes from the Great American Songbook to pop tunes of artists such as The Eagles and Barry Gibb. Jealousy’s track list made it clear that Chubby approached this project with a non-cynical view toward making a covers album. He didn’t employ modern production techniques or odd collaborations in an attempt to reach a younger demographic. He also didn’t fill Jealousy with a bunch of done to death covers. He's done the same thing with his soon to be released new CD "Can't Knock Me Down."  This will be a great conversation with a legendary voice from the 60's disco era.

  • 02:08

    Zuri Speaks Talk Radio w/guest Cynical African

    in Culture

    Empress T is joined by Cynical African....TOPIC: EXPOSING THE BEAST....recorded....

  • 00:30

    1 Most Influential Book in My Life

    in Business

    Big dreams. Goals. Resolutions. Even the most cynical amongst us sets one or two in the back of our mind at this time of year. I don’t blame you. Each year I would sit down and create a laundry list of goals and milestones that I wanted to achieve in the upcoming fresh calendar year. I still do, although I narrow my goal setting down to just 4 big goals, one in each of Mark Ford’s top categories: Health, Wealth, Social Self, and Personal Enrichment.


    There are many books that can help you with goal setting. I’ve written one myself that is available on Kindle for less than a dollar. There are countless books promising great inspiration and motivation to keep you going through the year. And some help. For business goals, I can’t recommend The Secrets of the Rockefeller Habits enough. If you’re serious about building a 7-figure business and a cohesive team, you need to read it. But there’s one book that has nothing to do with business or goal setting or motivation that you need to read. It is the foundation of my success because it reminds me, at all


    The first is that, physically, we can all handle a lot more than we think. The second is that, mentally, your attitude determines not only your success, but also your well-being. You will find this a surprise book recommendation for motivation, but it inspires me everyday, whether I have to go walk the dog in the rain or whether I have to glue my butt to a chair and write three one-thousand word articles over the next two hours to meet publishing deadlines.


    People who need to listen to this show are entrepreneurs

  • 02:00

    Bitter Lake

    in Politics

    Short Kansas political news commentaries  interspersed between audio segments.


    "New World Notes" is produced under the auspices (Latin for "resigned sighs") of WWUH-FM, a community service of that beacon of light in darkest Connecticut, the University of Hartford.More details, photos, nice links, & other good stuff on the show's Web site: http://newworldnotes.blogspot.com


    Adam Curtis's new documentary, condensed & adapted to radio by Kenneth Dowst. An interesting and entertaining look at the histories and politics of Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, and the U.S. since the 1940s.


    PART ONE It's about the history and politics of Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, and the U.S. since 1946. About the many failures of reformers--American, Russian, and Afghan alike--to remake and modernize Afghanistan. It's about shrewd and cynical calculations by Saudi and American leaders--who promote development and stability in Saudi Arabia by exporting Saudi extremist Islam (Wahhabism) abroad--including to Afghanistan.


    PART TWO looks at the failed Russian attempts to reform Afghanistan in the 1980s ... the failed American attempts to reform Afghanistan since 2001 ... the transfer of political power in the West from governments to defense industries and the banks

    PART THREE shows the corruption, conflicts, complexity, warlordism, and ever-shifting local alliances of Afghan society today. And it shows the naivete and ignorance of the English and American occupying forces (and of the politicians who dispatched them).

  • 01:31

    At Eye Level - Who Cares?

    in Entertainment

    Hosted by Matt G and "Doc" Savage


     


    This week, we're taking our usual cynical look at pop cultre, movies, music and social media. We'll chat for a bit about the Oscars and if they really reflect what's good or bad in film. Then we'll talk about some of our favorite classic films and actors that may have been ignored by "Mainstream Hollywood."


     


    We'll also tap into our more serious side and discuss what's been going on behind the scenes with Matt. He'll tell you all about it and the GoFundMe campaign that he and his wife have set up to help.


     


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