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Why are so many people being killed around the world?
Think of that sad "terrorism" around our world. Is such "terrorism" being provoked by our dependence on foreign oil and other natural resource under their ground ? Dennis, Jeff, and Susan will discuss this interesting issue.
HREM, Human Renewable Energy Measurement. All these years when America had free grade school and free high school, why has college been SO expensive? When a student graduates high school the average age is 18. That's the same age when he or she can become a military soldier. If they could not afford that expensive college, they've been told to just go overseas for a few years and they will afford higher education.
The sad news is that some of these teenagers never returned home and died in the army or navy or air force. Even some that were lucky enough to return home, committed suicide after leaving these wars. When they return home, they are reminded of their loving religious upbringing. They had been taught to "love thy neighbor" or "thou shalt not kill". If they were told overseas to "go in that house and kill whoever you see" they now mourn for all those innocent men or women or children that they killed under military order.
Fortunately, President Obama is now recommending that college becomes as free to our students as was their grade school and high school.
As an example, Saudi Arabia is No. 6 on the list of dictatorships in our world. They get most of their weapons from countries like ours and we get a low price for the oil from under their ground. Instead of sending our boys and girls overseas to get that good price on their oil, why not switch to solar or wind power? That could also put an end to Climate Change on our planet.
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Tonights show we will discuss the case of Freddie Gray and others like his. We have come to the point of where its becoming a fad to kill our young black men. And now more than ever, its a must we fight back. How many people are willing to fight for something we believe in. If we dont stand for something, we will fall for anything. Allow everyone out there to hear your voice. Then in the aftershow we will turn up and get freaky!! Kweene BossDiva and Jessica Lov
Dont Let Your Kids Kill You a Guide for Parents of Drug and Alcohol Addicted Children Charles Rubin
Listen in to our long running and highly popular segmen, "ILL or KILL" our LIVE music review. Independent artists from all over submit music to us in hopes for getting added to our rotation. But there is only ONE way for them to get in, and this is it. We play the submissions live on the air, then we open up the phone lines and get feedback about the song from our listeners. Based on what that feedback is, AND WHAT WE HEAR, we will either give the thumbs up (ILL) or down (KILL). Its a simple process, but its not so simple to get the ILL nod. Trust us, its always entertaining. Tune in from 8-10pmEST and call in at (347)934-0966
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"These are the times that try men's souls"...Theses are the times when we curse out loud and then after cursing try to find some solutions.
So many of us want to put a bandaid over a infected head wound, to cover up what has been festering since enslaved black people were brought to this country to build this nation and make others rich!
Then we have are asked to cope and justify the overarching threats and fears that control the dominate society. We have been told to suffer in silence and understand thier need to kill us. In the Boardrooms of the world the questions is asked:
What do you do with a people you feel you no longer need?
What do you do with the children,grandchildren and great-grand children of the enslaved?
We who have built the infrastruture for this nations prosperity are now we are used as grist for the mill of the prision industrial system, social service system, military industrial complex and primary targets for the war on poverty and drugs used by coroprate and govermental agencies as the code word for war on the poor and black.
In the open prisions of our inner cities we are patrolled and beaten and murdered at the will of police officers, vigilanties and frightened or annoyed citizens who cover for each others hatred and racism and justify the murders of men and women of African descent.
We who haven't educated our children and are unaware of the history of racism in the police departments and judicial system look at a black Police Officers, Mayors or Presidents and don't recognize the black-face on the System of White Supremacy, we are believe they are the fruits of our progress!
Tonight we ask WTF is really going on?
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I hear all too often the question "What does Africa & Black history have to do with what we do today?" I always hesitate.How do you explain a process to someone who believes they live in a bubble only affected by what happens today?I explain that I have a scar over my right eye because a guy sucker punched me one day as I was walking home from school. Now I am always aware when someone walks up on me from behind. Police self report domestic violence at the rate of 40% of ALL domestic violence reports.Their spouses are deathly afraid to report because...In a nationwide survey of 123 police departments, 45% had no specific policy for dealing with officer-involved domestic violence. http://www.purpleberets.org/violence_police_families.html Where were all of these people who call Black children thugs and criminals when the students at Kentucky University rioted in the streets for the 2nd year in a row. http://www.dailykos.com/story/2015/04/05/1375772/-Riots-Looting-Fires-Break-Out-in-Kentucky-Don-t-Worry-It-s-Mostly-White-Kids# Kentucky fans rioted because they lost a basketball game. Baltimore youth rioted because another black man was paralyzed and died while in police custody for the second time. Pastor Jamal Bryant brought the Bloods and the Crips together this past Sunday with the Nation of Islam and a Christian Church in peace to address and create a plan to overcome the systemic issue of domestic violence on the black male. Did Fox, NBC, ABC or CBS report that breaking news? NO!
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Join Dr. Maiysha and Coach Elliott this Friday with their special guest Dr. Cass Ingram! There's a tiny, would-be assassin hiding in North America's fields and woodlands that goes by the name of ioxides scapularis, but is more commonly known as the black-legged deer tick. A single bite from this creature can destroy your life - and if untreated, may even kill you. We’re talking about Lyme Disease and is sure to be an informative show! See you Friday morning at 9a (ET)!
About our guest: Dr. Cass Ingram is the author of over 30 books, including "The Cure is in the Cupboard," "Natural Cures for High Blood Pressure," and "Natural Cures for Killer Germs." A popular media personality, he has appeared on over 5000 radio and TV interviews. A much sought after lecturer, he teaches the public and health professionals about the powers of natural medicine and wild medicinal spices.
With the recent riots in Baltimore it would not be right not to discuss this issue of police brutality. For years black men have felt that the police have mistreated them and even killed them based on the color of their skin. With the deaths of Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Walter Scott, Freddy Gray and countless others, has brought outrage amoung many Americans. They fell that the system designed to protect them is acutally out to kill them. This Thursday at 8:00 PM live on As Real As It Gets Radio Show join my co-hosts Amber (AJ) Jones, Kristin (K'Mecca) Zuller and I as we discuss this topic.
Also we will discuss the upcoming fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao. Who will win and why. Join us Thursday at 8:00 PM live on blogtalkradio.com/araig
Tune into our lively discussion on the next chapters of this remarkable book. Sometimes we get slightly off of topic as the book brings up many memories of our own lives.
Join us live or n the chat room to gve us your interpretaton of what is going on in the book.
Our guest this week: Ujima people progress party - Obasi & Lutalo
Quote pg. 7 Blood in my eye
Born to a premature death, a menial, subsistence-wage worker, odd-job man, the cleaner, the caught, the man under hatches, without bail- that's me, the colonial victim. Anyone who can pass the civil service examination today can kill me tomorrow. Anyone who passed the civil service examination yesterday can kill me today with complete immunity. I've lived with repression every moment of my life, a repression so formidable that any movement om my part can only bring relief, the respite of a small victory or the release of death. In every sense of the term, in every sense that's real, I'm a slave to, and of, property