Nieuws hoorde bij zijn leven, maar opeens was de Zwitserse Rolf Dobelli het zat: hij stopte met het nieuws. Ik ging met hem in TivoliVredenburg in gesprek over zijn nieuwsfilosofie. Lees hier het artikel: https://decorrespondent.nl/10634/luisteren-rob-wijnberg-in-gesprek-met-rolf-dobelli-over-stoppen-met-het-nieuws/272549420-fda36fa1 Muziek: Mozart: Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Majeur, K. 331 gespeeld door Moura Lympany Mark Guiliana - Beginning Productie: Jacco Prantl Wil jij onze podcasts mogelijk maken? Word dan lid van De Correspondent voor 7 euro per maand. Als lid krijg je toegang tot nog veel meer journalistieke artikelen, podcasts en documentaires die voorbij de waan van de dag gaan. Heel erg bedankt! http://www.decorrespondent.nl/wordlid Voor vragen, opmerkingen of suggesties mail naar [email protected]
Microaggression monitors, the Labour leadership race, and the latest awards show controversies. Tom Slater, Ella Whelan and Fraser Myers discuss. Support spiked by becoming a regular donor today: https://www.spiked-online.com/donate-to-spiked/
Early Tuesday morning, a day before the anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birth, a small army of police, sheriff’s deputies and a tactical SWAT team with a military robot laid siege to a house in Oakland, California. The threat they were confronting? Women and children nonviolently struggling for safe and affordable housing. They had occupied the vacant home at 2928 Magnolia St. in west Oakland since Nov. 18. Moms 4 Housing “is a collective of homeless and marginally housed mothers,” their website states. “Before we found each other, we felt alone in this struggle. But there are thousands of others like us here in Oakland and all across the Bay Area. We are coming together with the ultimate goal of reclaiming housing for the community from speculators and profiteers.” Two mothers and two supporters were arrested during the pre-dawn raid, and the house, owned by real estate speculation corporation Wedgewood Properties, was quickly boarded up. Democracy Now! is a daily independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. Visit democracynow.org to watch and listen to the latest interviews, read through show transcripts, search the vast news archive or to make a donation to support our nonprofit news program. Livestream weekdays 8 a.m. ET. Follow Democracy Now! on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, SoundCloud and iTunes.
Готовится ли Владимир Путин сохранить власть в своих руках после 2024 года? Может ли он отказаться от власти? Почему влиятельный американский кремленолог призывает Путина не держаться за власть? Эпоха Путина вредна российской экономике? Эти и другие вопросы мы обсуждаем с сотрудником Вильсоновского центра в Вашингтоне Уильямом Померанцем, профессором университета New School в Нью-Йорке Ниной Хрущевой и экономистом профессором университета Восточной Каролины Ричардом Эриксоном
Listen to the Trumpet Daily radio program that aired on January 17, 2020. Visit: www.thetrumpet.com/stephen-flurry [04:00] Impeachment Saga (10 minutes) The Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report yesterday concluding that President Donald Trump broke the law by withholding aid to Ukraine for a few weeks. The report was perfectly timed for the impeachment trial set to take place next week. The GAO also decided that Barack Obama broke the law over the Bowe Bergdahl prisoner exchange. [14:00] Trump, Evangelicals and the King’s Chapel (18 minutes) Evangelical support for President Trump continues to surge. At a rally earlier this month, President Trump said, “I really do believe we have God on our side.” In this segment, I look at the history and prophecy surrounding the ancient King Jeroboam II of Israel. [32:00] Civil Unrest (5 minutes) A recent report suggests that more than 40 percent of countries this year could experience some sort of civil unrest. [37:00] Bible Study: Grand Sweep of History and Prophecy (12 minutes) Great men of the past studied history; they had a big-picture view of history and their place in it. In this segment, I talk about why we need to study the grand sweep of history. [49:00] Listener Feedback (5 minutes)
One month after Labour's catastrophic defeat, James Butler is joined by Richard Seymour to dig into attempts to understand the loss, and how the left moves on from it. https://novaramedia.com/?p=16881
Climate Change in school, World Religion, World Government and precursors to the Mark of the Beast, all in the news today. We will discuss the prophetic significance of these events, and much more on this edition of End of the Age!
Listen to the Trumpet Daily radio program that aired on January 16, 2020. Visit: www.thetrumpet.com/stephen-flurry [01:40] Putin Forever (11 minutes) Russian President Vladimir Putin has just made changes to Russia’s constitution that indicate he’s positioning himself to be in power for life. Bible prophecy indicates that Putin is the prophesied “prince of Rosh” and that he will remain in power right up to the return of Jesus Christ. [12:30] Iran Threatens Europe (2 minutes) Iran’s president threatened yesterday that if Europe imposed sanctions on Iran, then European soldiers in the region would come under threat. This is Iran pushing against the European superpower (Daniel 11:40). [14:30] Impeachment for Life (20 minutes) House Speaker Nancy Pelosi turned the impeachment signing yesterday into a spectacle. CNN and MSNBC were almost moved to tears over the “sacramental” and “religious” tone of the ceremony. Pelosi signed each letter of her name with a different pen so she could give fellow Democrats a memento from the historic event. Later in the day, Pelosi peddled the thoroughly debunked Trump-Russia conspiracy theory, saying that impeachment was about sending a message to Donald Trump and Putin that Americans determine who the U.S. president will be. In this segment, I talk about the Democrats’ latest assault on the U.S. presidency. [37:30] End-Time Elijah (18 minutes) There is no prophecy more fundamental and yet more misunderstood than that of the end-time Elijah. Traditional Christianity recognizes John the Baptist, but they fail to see that just as one man came to prepare for Christ’s first coming, there was to be one man to prepare for His Second Coming!
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's former spokesperson Moussa Ibrahim about the upcoming Berlin Conference. He discusses why Germany has been chosen as the location to manage Libya's crisis, how the West introduced chaos to Libya, and has managed the chaos ever since, why Turkey is militarily backing the UN-backed government, the conditions of the Green Resistance's alliance with General Haftar, their suspicions about him, and more! In the second half of the program, we speak to Sinn Fein's Francie Molloy MP and the DUP's Ian Paisley Jr about the reopening of Stormont, whether Boris Johnson's Brexit deal which involves a border down the Irish Sea could lead to a united Ireland, and more!
“Come Out Ye Black and Tans” is Dominic Behan’s timeless song against the auxiliaries deployed by the British in the final years of their rule in Ireland. It was fired back into the news and to the top of the download charts as far away as Australia last week due to a controversial decision by the Irish Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, to commemorate members of the Royal Irish Constabulary who died in Ireland’s War of Independence. The success of the re-issued song raises questions about the power of protest music decades after protest songs fell out of favor. Gerry O’Boyle has been at the center of Irish cultural life in England for a long time and knows a thing or two about music. So, we invited him into the Sputnik studio to discuss music made out of struggle. A working-class hero is something to be, to be sure. But there’s not many of them in the entertainment industry. Something about the popular image of air-kissing and the ‘luvviness’ of it all tends to marginalize and alienate most steelworkers and the like. So, what can be said about a steelworker who writes and performs work that packs them in at the Edinburgh Festival and has Hollywood beginning to nibble at his edges? Chris McGlade’s hard-hitting show ‘Forgiveness’ is a homage to his murdered father and has been called a masterclass “confessional comedy.” So, we invited him to take a seat on the Sputnik sofa and tell us how writing the show helped him lay to rest the ghosts of his past.