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Assembly of Silence Radio Hour : ASRH_Episode_6: What means "when Jesus said"?, Segment 1

18 hours 28 minutes ago
https://silentassembly.libsyn.com/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/assembly-of-silence-radio-hour/id1443449419 The Assembly of Silence is a freewheeling talk show orbiting around spiritual and philosophical concerns - with an occasional garnish of science, utilitarian and quasi-objective pragmatism, dreamy and gleeful idealism, health tips and absurdity.
Anonymous

Class War Battlefield Podcast: Episode 2020.03. The Unasked Question, What is the Governments Role in Society, Segment 1

22 hours 45 minutes ago
(This episode was recorded a few weeks before the Iowa Caucuses, it doesn’t contain any refer to them but the content is still very apt). In all the conversations I have heard over Limited Government, Overbearing Government, Libertarianism, NeoConservatism, NeoLiberalism and a variant of other topics, seldom – if ever – have I heard any of the commentators answer the question posed in the title. I have come to believe answering this single question will unleash a force heretofore missing from our political dialogue, the force to rework and realign political ideologies. Such a realignment has happened twice before in this countries history, first in the Post-Reconstruction years and second in the Great Depression. Some argument could be made for the Progressive Era, since much of the corruption prevalent during the Post-Reconstruction years was unraveled during this time period; I decided to reject this argument though, deciding to see that era’s unraveling as becoming hypersonic and burning with social consciousness during the FDR response to the Great Depression. While this thinking colored my commentary, it did not make it into this podcast episode (I thought you might want to know about it anyway). Enjoy! If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact me at vphiamer.adis.ogaarwa@outlook.com
Mahoka Mwako Asili Temple

Taylor Report: The necessity of Kashmiri self-determination, Segment 1

1 day 1 hour ago
Phil interviews Zafar Bangash about his successful commemoration of Kashmir Solidarity Day in Mississauga this month. Zafar reiterates the significance of what has happened since August 5th, when Modi locked down the entire territory of Indian-occupied Kashmir. Modi removed the special status of Kashmir in the Indian constitution. It is a de-facto annexation. Phil asks Zafar what Canadians could be doing to put pressure on our Federal government to live up to the statesmanship of General McNaughton at the United Nations.
Anonymous

Assembly of Silence Radio Hour : ASRH_Episode_5: Honesty & Vulnerability in a Lying World, Segment 1

1 day 2 hours ago
https://silentassembly.libsyn.com/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/assembly-of-silence-radio-hour/id1443449419 The Assembly of Silence is a freewheeling talk show orbiting around spiritual and philosophical concerns - with an occasional garnish of science, utilitarian and quasi-objective pragmatism, dreamy and gleeful idealism, health tips and absurdity.
Anonymous

indigenous in Music with Larry K: Mike Bern in our Spotlight Interview (Folk, Rock) Hour 1, Segment 1

1 day 7 hours ago
Welcome to Indigenous in Music! This week Larry welcomes from the Tobique First Nation Mr. Mike Bern. He is a singer, songwriter and performer. He’s has given us a taste with a few singles, and his new album is soon to come. Find out all about Mike on his homepage www.mikebern.com. Music from Mike Bern, Indian City, Kaeley Jade, Shauit, Gerardo Frisina, QVLN, STOiK, CHANCES, Darren Geffre, Bluedog, Nortec Collective, Gina Loring, Stolen Identity, Sandra Sutter, Tracy Bone, Conrad Bigknife, Leanne Goose, Leela Gilday, Shon Denay, Q052, Rellik, Ozomatli, Soda Stereo, Hour Eleven, District Avenue and much much more. Visit us on our music page at IndigenousinMusic.com and our homepage at indigenousinmusicandarts.org. We have underwriting opportunities available. Indigenous in Music, a non-profit, section 501(c)(3).
Anonymous

Taylor Report: Remembering Rwandan General Gratien Kabiligi and His Acquittal at UN Tribunal, Segment 1

2 days 19 hours ago
General Kabiligi was a successful and patriotic field commander. He led his forces against Paul Kagame's RPF that had invaded his country from Uganda, beginning in October 1990. When the Arusha peace process was destroyed by the RPF attack of April 6 1994, General Kabiligi was not in the country, a circumstance that hampered the defense effort. The general was later accused of war crimes and imprisoned for years. He underwent a years-long trial, ending with his acquittal. It was many years before he was able to be with his family in Europe, despite being cleared. People who generalize about international law should review what happened to General Kabiligi.
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