Gingrich on Tlaib visiting Israel, Trump’s New Hampshire rally


WE START EATING LUNCH AT 7:00 IN THE MORNING. STEVE: I LOVE THE BRISKET: WE GOT UP EARLY. FOUNDER OF GINGRICH 360.COM AND HOST OF THE PODCAST NEWT’S WORLD. GOOD MORNING TO YOU. AINSLEY: GOOD MORNING.>>IT’S GOOD TO BE WITH YOU GUYS. STEVE: MR. SPEAKER WE HAVE BREAKING NEWS THIS MORNING ABOUT AN HOUR AND A HALF AGO IT WAS ANNOUNCED BY THE FOREIGN MINISTER OF ISRAEL THAT THEY WERE GOING TO ALLOW RASHIDA TLAIB TO GET INTO ISRAEL AFTER SHE WROTE A LETTER TO THE INTERIOR MINISTER AND THEY GRANTED HER ACCESS TO THE COUNTRY ON HUMANITARIAN GROUNDS. AINSLEY: THIS IS WHAT SHE SAID IN THE LETTER. I WOULD LIKE TO REQUEST ADMITTED TO ISRAEL IN ORDER TO VISIT MY RELATIVES AND SPECIFICALLY MY GRANDMOTHER WHO IS IN HER 90’S AND LIVES IN A CERTAIN AREA THERE ON THE WEST BANK. THIS COULD BE MY LAST OPPORTUNITY TO SEE HER. I WILL RESPECT ANY RESTRICTIONS AND WILL NOT PROMOTE BOYCOTTS AGAINST ISRAEL DURING MY VISIT. WHAT’S YOUR RESPONSE TO THAT?>>LOOK, I THINK SHE MADE THE RIGHT HUMANITARIAN REQUEST. I THINK THE ISRAELIS HAD THE RIGHT INSTINCTS BECAUSE SHE IS IN A UNIQUE POSITION, HAVING RELATIVES THERE. AND FRANKLY I THINK IT WOULD BE VERY HEARTLESS TO SAY YOU CAN’T VISIT YOUR GRANDMOTHER IN HER 90’S. SO I THINK PROBABLY SHE DID THE RIGHT THING. SHE RECOGNIZED THAT THE ISRAELIS HAD A LEGITIMATE GRIEVANCE AND SHE AGREED TO ABIDE BY THEIR GROUND RULES AND THE ISRAELIS SAID LOOK AS LONG AS YOU ARE GOING TO PLAY FAIR WE DON’T WANT TO KEEP YOU FROM YOUR GRANDMOTHER, STROIX ME THAT’S A PRETTY WIN-WIN PSYCHOLOGICAL POSITION.>>WHAT DOES THE ISRAELI GOVERNMENT DO ABOUT ILHAN OMAR WHO WAS DENIED ACCESS AFTER THE PRESIDENT TWEETED OUT IF ISRAEL LETTING THEM IN, IT’S GOING TO SHOW WEAKNESS AND THEN NETANYAHU CAME OUT AND SAY WE ARE GOING TO BAR BOTH OF THEM. NOW TLAIB GETS TO GO BUT WE DON’T KNOW WHAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN WITH ILHAN OMAR.>>WELL, I DON’T KNOW THAT ILHAN OMAR, WHO I BELIEVE IS SOMALIAN, NOT PALESTINIAN HAS ANY FAMILY RELATIVES LIVING IN THE AREA THEY ARE VERY DIFFERENT CIRCUMSTANCES AND FRANKLY I THINK IT’S A BIT MUCH TO SAY TO THE ISRAELIS SOMEBODY GETS TO SAY HATEFUL THINGS, GETS TO FOLLOW A POLICY DESIGNED TO DESTROY YOUR POLICY, GET TO DEFAME YOU, GETS TO LIE ABOUT YOUR HISTORY BUT YOU OWE THEM ADMISSION? I THINK THAT’S BOLOGNA. SO THE ISRAELI DECISION NOT TO LET HER IN IS PERFECTLY REASONABLE TLAIB DOES NOT HAVE A HUMANITARIAN REASON FOR THE ISRAELIS TO ALLOW HER IN. STEVE: ALL RIGHT. AINSLEY: SO LAST NIGHT THERE WAS A TRUMP RALLY AND THE PRESIDENT SAID — WHY ARE YOU LAUGHING?>>BECAUSE IT’S AUGUST. HE COULD SLOW DOWN A LITTLE BIT. STEVE: ON VACATION.>>WANDERING HIS IDEA OF A VACATION IS 12,000 PEOPLE CHEERING FOR AN HOUR AND A HALF. WHAT CAN I SAY? AINSLEY: HERE IS SOUND BITES FROM THE RALLY LAST NIGHT. LISTEN TO THIS.>>LET ME TELL YOU, IF FOR SOME REASONABLE I WOULDN’T HAVE WON THE ELECTION, THESE MARKETS WOULD HAVE CRASHED. THE BOTTOM LINE IS, I KNOW YOU LIKE ME AND THIS ROOM IS A LOVE FEST, I KNOW THAT BUT YOU HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO VOTE FOR ME BECAUSE YOUR 401(K)s DOWN THE TUBES. EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE DOWN THE TUBES. SO, WHETHER YOU LOVE ME OR HATE ME, YOU GOT TO VOTE FOR ME. YOU HAVE THE BEST UNEMPLOYMENT, YOU HAVE THE MOST SUCCESSFUL STATE IN THE HISTORY OF YOUR STATE. AND IN THE HISTORY OF OUR COUNTRY. AND THEN YOU ARE GOING TO VOTE FOR SOMEBODY ELSE? OH, GREAT.>>NO. LET’S VOTE FOR ELIZABETH POCAHONTAS WARREN. [BOOS]>>DAN: MR. SPEAKER, YOU ARE THE PERFECT PERSON TO ASK THIS QUESTION. WHEN YOU HAD A RUN THE HOUSE BIPARTISAN INITIATIVES WITH THE CLINTON PRESIDENCY AND THE ECONOMY DID QUITE WELL. YOU COULD TAKE CREDIT FOR AS REPUBLICANS AND THE PRESIDENT WOULD AS WELL. THAT’S NOT THE CASE WITH PRESIDENT TRUMP, TAX FORM WAS UNILATERAL, THERE WERE NO DEMOCRATS ON BOARD. HE IS SMART, IS HE NOT, TO FOCUS ON THE ECONOMY KNOWING DEMOCRATS HAVE NOTHING TO SAY OTHER THAN TO TALK DOWN AND OBVIOUSLY FLOURISHING ECONOMY RIGHT NOW.>>SURE. LOOK. I THINK PART OF WHY YOU SAW THE CONSUMER PURCHASES UP IS PEOPLE HAVE HAD A VERY SUBSTANTIAL PAY RAISE. INTERESTINGLY, FROM A STANDPOINT OF DEMOCRATS, THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE HAD THE BIGGEST PERCENTAGE OF PAY RAISES HAVE BEEN IN THE BOTTOM FOURTH OF THE COUNTRY. PEOPLE ACTUALLY HAVE MORE MONEY. IN ADDITION, THE PRESIDENT IS VERY PRO-OIL AND GAS POLICY HAS LOWERED THE COST — I ONCE WROTE A BOOK CALLED GASOLINE AT 2.50 A GALLON AND OBAMA ATTACKED ME PERSONALLY BECAUSE IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE. EVERY TIME YOU BRING DOWN THE PRICE OF GASOLINE AND NATURAL GAS, IT’S THE EQUIVALENT OF A TAX CUT. AND PEOPLE HAVE MORE CASH TO SPEND ON OTHER THINGS. SO, I THINK RIGHT NOW WE ARE IN A WIN-WIN ECONOMY. NOW WE ARE GOING TO HAVE — AGAIN, FREE ENTERPRISE, THINGS HAPPEN AND PEOPLE HAVE TO CHURN AND THEY HAVE TO INVENT. OVER TIME, THEY ARE REMARKABLE ENGINES FOR CREATING PROSPERITY. AND THIS PRESIDENT IS A BUSINESSMAN WHO UNDERSTANDS THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ECONOMY. STEVE: WELL, HE ALSO UNDERSTANDS THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CALL CAR OF THE CALENCAR OF THE CALENDAR. AND THE REASON HE WAS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE BECAUSE NEW HAMPSHIRE IS THE FIRST IN THE COUNTRY STATE TO HAVE A PRIMARY. JOE BIDEN HAS BEEN THERE. HE HAS BEEN CAMPAIGNING. THE PROBLEM WITH JOE BIDEN. AND SOME OF HIS ADVISORS HAVE SUGGESTED, YOU KNOW, HE HAS MADE SO MANY GAFFES, SO MANY MISTAKES. MAYBE HE SHOULD SCALE BACK, IN FACT, THIS IS THE HEADLINE OUT AT THE HILL, BIDEN’S ALLIES FLOAT SCALING BACK EVENTS TO LIMIT GAFFES. AND THEN DAVID AXELROD TWEETED. THIS THIS IS BAD ADVICE. YOU CAN’T CLOISTER THE CANDIDATE AND WIN. HE CAN EITHER CUT IT OR HE CAN’T. AND THE ONLY WAY HE CAN PROVE HE CAN IS TO BE AN ACTIVE AND VIGOROUS CANDIDATE. IS HE RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, FOR GOD’S SAKE. THAT ACCORDING TO DAVID AXELROD, MR. SPEAKER.>>YOU KNOW, DAVID, WHO RUNS A GREAT POLITICAL SCIENCE INSTITUTED OUT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO IS, I THINK, ONE OF THE GREAT MASTERS OF MODERN POLITICS. AND I READ THE ARTICLE AND HE IS EXACTLY RIGHT. I MEAN, EITHER BIDEN CAN PLAY IN THE ARENA OR HE CAN’T PLAY IN THE ARENA. I THINK HE IS A GRADUALLY DECAYING CANDIDACY. I THINK HE GETS A LITTLE WEAKER EVERY WEEK. I THINK THE MOST INTERESTING THING AND I CONFESS I WAS WRONG ABOUT THIS. I THOUGHT KAMALA HARRIS WOULD COME ON STRONG. BUT THE GAP — HER FAILURE TO PERFORM HAS CREATED A GAP FOR ELIZABETH WARREN WHO NOW IS DOING SURPRISINGLY WELL. AND I JUST HAVE A HUNCH THAT BIDEN WILL CONTINUE TO DECAY. I THINK THAT SENATOR SANDERS WILL CONTINUE TO DECAY. AND I SUSPECT YOU WILL SEE BY THE TIME WE GET TO IOWA AND NEW HAMPSHIRE TOTALLY DIFFERENT DEMOCRATIC RACE. AINSLEY: IT’S INTERESTING THAT YOU BRING UP THAT ELIZABETH WARREN IS DOING BETTER BECAUSE IF YOU LOOK AT FOX NEWS POLL, JOE BIDEN IN MARCH, GOT 31%. NOW, HE IS STILL GETTING 31%. ELIZABETH WARREN IN MARCH, NEWT, WAS GETTING 4%. AND TODAY, NOW, 20%. THAT’S A HUGE JUMP RIGHT BEHIND HER IS — WELL, BERNIE SANDERS, HE WAS 23 IN MARCH. NOW HE IS 10. KAMALA HARRIS, SHE IS STILL AT 8% AND SHE WAS AT 8% IN MARCH.>>YEAH, AND I THINK SANDERS IS THE ONE WHO HAS THE BIGGEST PROBLEM. BECAUSE, YOU KNOW, WHEN HE WAS THE NOT HILLARY, HE WAS FRESH, HE WAS INTERESTING. ALL THE COLLEGE STUDENTS COULD GET EXCITED BY HIM. NOW HE IS JUST BERNIE. AND BEING ANGRY AND YELLING AT PEOPLE DOESN’T ACTUALLY WORK VERY OFTEN IN AMERICAN POLITICS. AND WE ARE WATCHING SANDERS SORT OF SELF-DESTRUCT PARTLY JUST BASED ON STYLE. AND PARTLY ON BOREDOM. THEY HAVE ALREADY HEARD EVERYTHING HE HAS TO SAY AND HE HASN’T GOT ANYTHING NEW. AS I SAID, I WAS WRONG. THE BIG SURPRISE TO ME HAS BEEN THE KAMALA HARRIS HAS BEEN SUCH A WEAK PERFORMER. AND ELIZABETH WARREN IS VERY, VERY SMART. SHE IS A LITTLE BIT LIKE YOUR HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY TEACHER. YOU KNOW, SHE IS A LITTLE COLD. IS A LITTLE ALOOF. YOU KNOW SHE IS REALLY, REALLY SMART. YOU ARE NOT EXACTLY SURE YOU WANT HER TO BE IN CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE. AND I THINK SHE IS GOING TO COME ON STRONG. AND I JUST THINK THAT BIDEN’S PROBLEM IS IN THE END THERE IS NOT MUCH THERE. I MEAN, JOE IS A NICE, PLEASANT GUY. BUT IF YOU WATCH HIM OVER, AS I HAVE, FOR MOST OF HIS CAREER, HE IS A LITTLE BIT OF A DUFUS. I MEAN, HE DOESN’T QUITE GET THINGS RIGHT AND HE CAN’T QUITE DO THINGS RIGHT. BUT, YOU KNOW, I’M JUST OH JOE, YOU OUGHT TO LIKE ME BECAUSE I’M JOE AND LET’S GO HAVE A BEER TOGETHER. WELL, THAT PROBABLY DOESN’T GET YOU TO THE PRESIDENCY. I MEAN, YOU KNOW, IT GOT HIM TO THE SENATOR OF A VERY SMALL STATE BUT I DON’T THINK IT’S GOING TO GET HIM TO THE PRESIDENCY. DAN: MR. SPEAKER, YOUR THOUGHTS ON MR. TRUMP PAY BE EYEING HIS BIGGEST REAL ESTATE ACQUISITION YET, GREEN LAND. DID YOU READ THIS STORY YESTERDAY? IT’S TERRIFIC.>>LOOK, FIRST OF ALL, IF YOU ELECT A DEVELOPER PRESIDENT, GUESS WHAT HE THINKS ABOUT. STEVE: REAL ESTATE. DAN: PROPERTY, REAL ESTATE, RIGHT.>>LOOK, THE ONLY SURPRISE TO ME IF HE IS GOING TO LOOK AROUND I THINK WANT A PLACE TO PUT FOUR OR FIVE GOLF COURSES. I SOMEHOW DON’T THINK THAT WINTER GOLF IN GREENLAND IS GOING TO BE A BIG WINNER. AGAIN, TRUMP IS A MUCH BETTER MARKETEER THAN I AM. I DON’T KNOW THAT I WANT TO GO OUT AND TRY TO SELL THE MARKET ON YOU TOO HAVE A CHANCE TO PLAY ON A CHANCE TO PLAY ON GLACIER. STEVE: APPARENTLY IN THE 1860s WE WERE LOOKING INTO ACQUIRING THAT AREA AND THEN I THINK DURING THE TRUMAN YEARS THERE WAS SOME SUGGESTION WELL, COULD WE GET OUR HANDS ON GREENLAND? SO THIS IS NOT NECESSARILY A NEW IDEA.>>FIRST OF ALL, IT’S ALWAYS BEEN A LITTLE BIT OF AN ANOMALY. IT’S ACTUALLY OWNED BIDEN MARK. AND YOU HAD PERIODS, FOR EXAMPLE, WHEN THE NASA IS IS OCCUPIED DENMARK AND ACTUALLY GREENLAND PLAYED A HUGE ROLE IN THE INVASION IN NORMANDY BECAUSE THE ALLIED WEATHER STATION IN GREENLAND ENABLED US TO KNOW THAT THERE WOULD BE A BREAK IN THE STORM. AND EISENHOWER MADE THE DECISION THAT WE WOULD LAND DURING THIS BREAK. THE GERMANS WHO DID NOT HAVE ANY WEATHER STATIONS TO THE WEST DIDN’T KNOW WHAT WAS HAPPENING. AND THEY THOUGHT THE STORM WAS GOING TO CONTINUE. TO GREENLAND, IN A WAY, PLAYED A REMARKABLY CENTRAL ROLE AND THEN, OF COURSE, WE PUT THE HUGE AIR BASE UP THERE WHEN WE WERE COMPETING WITH THE SOVIET UNION. I HAVE A HUNCH THAT THE DEIGNS DAIGNS DAINNS DAINSS DAINS MAY NOT SELL US GREENLAND. YOU MAY END UP WITH A TRADE AGREEMENT AT SOME POINT. THE GREENLANDS WILL CONTINUE TO HOLD ONTO THE RIGHTS THERE. STEVE: THAT COULD BE THE

Moore Warns Newark’s Water Crisis Could Make It The Flint Of New Jersey | The 11th Hour | MSNBC


Experience Amazing at your Lexus dealer. at your Lexus dealer.>>>WELCOME BACK.>>>WELCOME BACK. AS WE HAVE BEEN REPORTING, THE AS WE HAVE BEEN REPORTING, THE BIGGEST CITY IN THE MOST DENSELY BIGGEST CITY IN THE MOST DENSELY POPULATED STATE IN THE UNION, POPULATED STATE IN THE UNION, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, EIGHT MILES NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, EIGHT MILES FROM WHERE WE SIT HERE IN OUR FROM WHERE WE SIT HERE IN OUR STUDIO, IS IN THE MIDST OF A STUDIO, IS IN THE MIDST OF A CRISIS OVER LEAD IN THE DRINKING CRISIS OVER LEAD IN THE DRINKING WATER. WATER. THIS INVOLVES AN ESTIMATED THIS INVOLVES AN ESTIMATED 15,000 HOUSEHOLDS. 15,000 HOUSEHOLDS. IT HAS EXPOSED ONCE AGAIN THE IT HAS EXPOSED ONCE AGAIN THE INTERSECTION OF RACE, CLASS, INTERSECTION OF RACE, CLASS, POVERTY, HEALTH, AND POVERTY, HEALTH, AND INFRASTRUCTURE. INFRASTRUCTURE. IN PLAIN ENGLISH, WELL-OFF IN PLAIN ENGLISH, WELL-OFF CITIES AND TOWNS WOULD NEVER PUT CITIES AND TOWNS WOULD NEVER PUT UP WITH THIS. UP WITH THIS. BUT IN NEWARK, WHERE THEY HAVE BUT IN NEWARK, WHERE THEY HAVE KNOWN FOR YEARS THAT THERE’S KNOWN FOR YEARS THAT THERE’S BEEN LEAD IN THE WATER, IT’S A BEEN LEAD IN THE WATER, IT’S A DIFFERENT STORY. DIFFERENT STORY. A FILTER GIVEAWAY PROGRAM FOR A FILTER GIVEAWAY PROGRAM FOR HOME FAUCETS, THAT WAS BOTCHED. HOME FAUCETS, THAT WAS BOTCHED. TONIGHT THERE’S STILL NO PLAN TO TONIGHT THERE’S STILL NO PLAN TO GET BOTTLED WATER TO THE GET BOTTLED WATER TO THE THOUSANDS OF HOMES OTHER THAN THOUSANDS OF HOMES OTHER THAN TELLING PEOPLE TO COME AND GET TELLING PEOPLE TO COME AND GET IT. IT. AND NOW A FEDERAL JUDGE IS AND NOW A FEDERAL JUDGE IS DECIDING IF PEOPLE IN AN EASTERN DECIDING IF PEOPLE IN AN EASTERN SECTION OF THE CITY ARE ELIGIBLE SECTION OF THE CITY ARE ELIGIBLE FOR BOTTLED WATER AS WELL FOR BOTTLED WATER AS WELL BECAUSE THEIR LEAD LEVELS TESTED BECAUSE THEIR LEAD LEVELS TESTED LOWER. LOWER. IF IT SOUNDS LIKE FLINT, IF IT SOUNDS LIKE FLINT, MICHIGAN, THERE’S A REASON WHY MICHIGAN, THERE’S A REASON WHY THIS SITUATION HAS A LOT IN THIS SITUATION HAS A LOT IN COMMON WITH FLINT, MICHIGAN, COMMON WITH FLINT, MICHIGAN, STARTING WITH BENIGN NEGLECT AND STARTING WITH BENIGN NEGLECT AND CONTINUING TONIGHT WITH CONTINUING TONIGHT WITH PARALYSIS, WHICH BRINGS US TO PARALYSIS, WHICH BRINGS US TO OUR NEXT GUEST HERE IN THE OUR NEXT GUEST HERE IN THE STUDIO. STUDIO. WE ARE PLEASED TO WELCOME A WE ARE PLEASED TO WELCOME A MICHIGANANDER, A MUCKRAKER IN MICHIGANANDER, A MUCKRAKER IN THE FINEST TRADITION. THE FINEST TRADITION. MICHAEL MOORE IS WITH US MICHAEL MOORE IS WITH US TONIGHT. TONIGHT. THANK YOU FOR COMING IN. THANK YOU FOR COMING IN.>>THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME.>>THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME.>>AT THE VERY TOP, AN OBVIOUS>>AT THE VERY TOP, AN OBVIOUS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS AND THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS AND THE MICHIGAN SITUATION IS A SEA OF MICHIGAN SITUATION IS A SEA OF BLUE — GOVERNOR, MAYOR, BOTH BLUE — GOVERNOR, MAYOR, BOTH SENATORS. SENATORS. HEY, ONE SENATOR HAS A NEWARK HEY, ONE SENATOR HAS A NEWARK ADDRESS AND IS THE FORMER MAYOR. ADDRESS AND IS THE FORMER MAYOR. WHY DO YOU THINK THIS STORY WHY DO YOU THINK THIS STORY HASN’T RECEIVED MORE COVERAGE? HASN’T RECEIVED MORE COVERAGE?>>WHICH IS SO STRANGE CONSIDER>>WHICH IS SO STRANGE CONSIDER CONSIDERING, AS YOU SAID IT’S CONSIDERING, AS YOU SAID IT’S JUST ACROSS THE RIVER — JUST ACROSS THE RIVER –>>EIGHT MILES.>>EIGHT MILES.>>– FROM THE MEDIA CAPITAL OF>>– FROM THE MEDIA CAPITAL OF THIS COUNTRY. THIS COUNTRY. PEOPLE IN NEWARK, I WOULD GUESS PEOPLE IN NEWARK, I WOULD GUESS TONIGHT, ARE VERY AFRAID, AND TONIGHT, ARE VERY AFRAID, AND THEY SHOULD BE. THEY SHOULD BE. IN FLINT, MICHIGAN, IS ANY IN FLINT, MICHIGAN, IS ANY EXAMPLE OF WHAT COULD HAPPEN EXAMPLE OF WHAT COULD HAPPEN HERE IN NEWARK, YOU KNOW, IT’S HERE IN NEWARK, YOU KNOW, IT’S NOT JUST, AS YOU SAID — IT’S NOT JUST, AS YOU SAID — IT’S NOT JUST THE MAIN PIPELINES THAT NOT JUST THE MAIN PIPELINES THAT ARE GOING DOWN THE STREETS, ARE GOING DOWN THE STREETS, UNDERSTAND THE STREETS. UNDERSTAND THE STREETS. IT’S EVERY LINE INTO EVERY HOME. IT’S EVERY LINE INTO EVERY HOME. AND ONCE THAT GETS CONTAMINATED, AND ONCE THAT GETS CONTAMINATED, THEN THAT CARRIES INTO EACH THEN THAT CARRIES INTO EACH INTERNAL PLUMBING OF EVERYBODY’S INTERNAL PLUMBING OF EVERYBODY’S HOME. HOME.>>OF COURSE.>>OF COURSE.>>AND FROM THE INTERNAL>>AND FROM THE INTERNAL PLUMBING INTO EVERY WASHING PLUMBING INTO EVERY WASHING MACHINE, DISHWASHER, BATHTUB. MACHINE, DISHWASHER, BATHTUB. IT’S SUCH A PHENOMENAL CRISIS, IT’S SUCH A PHENOMENAL CRISIS, AND IT’S NOT JUST FLINT, AND AND IT’S NOT JUST FLINT, AND IT’S NOT JUST NEWARK. IT’S NOT JUST NEWARK. NOW, THE OTHER DIFFERENCE NOW, THE OTHER DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FLINT AND NEWARK IS BETWEEN FLINT AND NEWARK IS THAT, YES, WE HAD A REPUBLICAN THAT, YES, WE HAD A REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR. GOVERNOR. WHEN HIS STAFF FOUND OUT, THEY WHEN HIS STAFF FOUND OUT, THEY TRIED TO COVER IT UP. TRIED TO COVER IT UP. THEY TRIED TO SAY IT WAS THEY TRIED TO SAY IT WAS SOMETHING ELSE OR WHATEVER, AND SOMETHING ELSE OR WHATEVER, AND IT WENT FOR A LONG TIME. IT WENT FOR A LONG TIME. AND, YOU KNOW, THE NEW ATTORNEY AND, YOU KNOW, THE NEW ATTORNEY GENERAL IS STILL SAYING THAT GENERAL IS STILL SAYING THAT THEY’RE GOING TO INVESTIGATE THEY’RE GOING TO INVESTIGATE THIS, AND THERE’S GOING TO BE THIS, AND THERE’S GOING TO BE CHARGES HOPEFULLY. CHARGES HOPEFULLY. WE ALL HOPE THERE WILL BE, WE ALL HOPE THERE WILL BE, BECAUSE THEY KNEW THAT PEOPLE BECAUSE THEY KNEW THAT PEOPLE WERE BEING POISONED. WERE BEING POISONED. HOW LONG HAVE THEY KNOWN? HOW LONG HAVE THEY KNOWN? I WATCHED YOUR SHOW LAST NIGHT. I WATCHED YOUR SHOW LAST NIGHT. HOW LONG HAVE THEY KNOWN IN HOW LONG HAVE THEY KNOWN IN NEWARK? NEWARK? THEY’VE KNOWN FOR A WHILE THEY’VE KNOWN FOR A WHILE THERE’S A PROBLEM. THERE’S A PROBLEM. AND MY GUESS IS ANY OTHER MAYOR AND MY GUESS IS ANY OTHER MAYOR OF A LARGE TO MID-SIZE CITY OF A LARGE TO MID-SIZE CITY RIGHT NOW, IF THEY’RE WATCHING RIGHT NOW, IF THEY’RE WATCHING THIS, THEY KNOW THEY’VE GOT THE THIS, THEY KNOW THEY’VE GOT THE PROBLEM TOO, ESPECIALLY IF THEY PROBLEM TOO, ESPECIALLY IF THEY LIVE IN THE EARN HALFSTERN HALF, LIVE IN THE EARN HALFSTERN HALF, OLDER PART OF THE COUNTRY, WHERE OLDER PART OF THE COUNTRY, WHERE THESE PIPELINES WERE LAID DOWN THESE PIPELINES WERE LAID DOWN IN THE LATE 19th, EARLY 20th IN THE LATE 19th, EARLY 20th CENTURY. CENTURY. THIS IS A HUGE PROBLEM, AND I THIS IS A HUGE PROBLEM, AND I DON’T THINK THEY KNOW WHAT TO DO DON’T THINK THEY KNOW WHAT TO DO BECAUSE THEY’RE NOT GOING TO BECAUSE THEY’RE NOT GOING TO HAVE THE MONEY TO DO IT. HAVE THE MONEY TO DO IT. THEY HAVEN’T FIXED FLINT YET. THEY HAVEN’T FIXED FLINT YET. AT THE END OF THIS SHOW, IT WILL AT THE END OF THIS SHOW, IT WILL BE DAY 1,940 OF PEOPLE HAVING BE DAY 1,940 OF PEOPLE HAVING CONTAMINATED, POISONED WATER IN CONTAMINATED, POISONED WATER IN FLINT. FLINT. THOSE LINED ARE NOT FIXED YET. THOSE LINED ARE NOT FIXED YET. THEY EITHER DON’T WANT TO SPEND THEY EITHER DON’T WANT TO SPEND THE MONEY, THEY CAN’T SPEND THE THE MONEY, THEY CAN’T SPEND THE MONEY. MONEY. THERE IS A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR THERE IS A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR NOW AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND NOW AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND ATTORNEY GENERAL, SO THERE’S A ATTORNEY GENERAL, SO THERE’S A LOT OF HOPE THAT THAT WILL GET LOT OF HOPE THAT THAT WILL GET FIXED, BUT THAT HASN’T HAPPENED FIXED, BUT THAT HASN’T HAPPENED YET. YET. AND FOR THE PEOPLE IN NEWARK, IF AND FOR THE PEOPLE IN NEWARK, IF THEY THINK THIS IS GOING TO GET THEY THINK THIS IS GOING TO GET FIXED TOMORROW, IT’S NOT. FIXED TOMORROW, IT’S NOT. AND LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT THOSE AND LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT THOSE CASES OF WATER. CASES OF WATER. I HATE TO JUST PUT A — BECAUSE I HATE TO JUST PUT A — BECAUSE SO MANY PEOPLE WERE SO GOOD TO SO MANY PEOPLE WERE SO GOOD TO FLINT. FLINT. I MEAN PEOPLE LIKE JAY-Z AND I MEAN PEOPLE LIKE JAY-Z AND OTHERS, JUST MILLIONS OF CASES OTHERS, JUST MILLIONS OF CASES OF WATER WERE SENT TO FLINT. OF WATER WERE SENT TO FLINT. BUT THE AVERAGE AMERICAN USED 50 BUT THE AVERAGE AMERICAN USED 50 TO 80 GALLONS OF WATER A DAY, TO 80 GALLONS OF WATER A DAY, OKAY? OKAY? THAT’S COOKING, CLEANING, THAT’S COOKING, CLEANING, DRINKING, BATH. DRINKING, BATH.>>THEY’RE BATHING WITH A>>THEY’RE BATHING WITH A 16-OUNCE BOTTLE OF WATER. 16-OUNCE BOTTLE OF WATER.>>NO, IT CAN’T HAPPEN.>>NO, IT CAN’T HAPPEN. AND, IN FACT, YOU WILL NEED SO AND, IN FACT, YOU WILL NEED SO MANY CASES. MANY CASES. I CAN’T DO THE MATH FOR YOU I CAN’T DO THE MATH FOR YOU RIGHT NOW, BUT THERE’S 16 OUNCES RIGHT NOW, BUT THERE’S 16 OUNCES IN THOSE BOTTLES. IN THOSE BOTTLES.>>YEAH.>>YEAH.>>JUST TO GET 50 GALLONS FOR>>JUST TO GET 50 GALLONS FOR ONE DAY, 50 GALLONS PER PERSON, ONE DAY, 50 GALLONS PER PERSON, SO YOU’VE GOT FOUR PEOPLE IN THE SO YOU’VE GOT FOUR PEOPLE IN THE HOUSE, SO THAT’S 200 GALLONS OF HOUSE, SO THAT’S 200 GALLONS OF WATER, YOU KNOW. WATER, YOU KNOW.>>AND THERE’S THE NATIONAL>>AND THERE’S THE NATIONAL GUARD. GUARD. THESE ARE FLINT PICTURES. THESE ARE FLINT PICTURES. THE NATIONAL GUARD WAS AT LEAST THE NATIONAL GUARD WAS AT LEAST THERE. THERE. WE’VE YET TO SEE THEM CALLED OUT WE’VE YET TO SEE THEM CALLED OUT IN NEW JERSEY. IN NEW JERSEY. THE ONLY SOUND THE PEOPLE OF THE ONLY SOUND THE PEOPLE OF NEWARK SHOULD WAKE UP TO IS THE NEWARK SHOULD WAKE UP TO IS THE THUD OF WATER BEING DELIVERED TO THUD OF WATER BEING DELIVERED TO THEIR HOMES BY EITHER VOLUNTEER THEIR HOMES BY EITHER VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT OR THE NATIONAL FIRE DEPARTMENT OR THE NATIONAL GUARD. GUARD.>>AND THESE LARGE WATER TRUCKS>>AND THESE LARGE WATER TRUCKS THAT COULD COME IN WITH THEIR THAT COULD COME IN WITH THEIR BIG HOSES. BIG HOSES.>>PARK IT AT THE END OF THE>>PARK IT AT THE END OF THE STREET. STREET.>>EXACTLY, SO THAT PEOPLE COULD>>EXACTLY, SO THAT PEOPLE COULD FILL UP THERE. FILL UP THERE. BUT IMAGINE NOW IF YOU LIVE IN BUT IMAGINE NOW IF YOU LIVE IN NEWARK, IF YOU’RE WATCHING US NEWARK, IF YOU’RE WATCHING US RIGHT NOW. RIGHT NOW. IMAGINE DOING THIS FOR THE NEXT IMAGINE DOING THIS FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS. FIVE YEARS.>>AND IT’S GOING TO BE OVER 90>>AND IT’S GOING TO BE OVER 90 DEGREES AGAIN THIS WEEKEND. DEGREES AGAIN THIS WEEKEND.>>I’M TELLING YOU RIGHT NOW IF>>I’M TELLING YOU RIGHT NOW IF YOU ARE WAITING FOR THE STATE OF YOU ARE WAITING FOR THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY, FOR THE CITY OF NEW JERSEY, FOR THE CITY OF NEWARK, FOR THE NATIONAL GUARD, NEWARK, FOR THE NATIONAL GUARD, FOR ANYBODY TO COME AND SAVE FOR ANYBODY TO COME AND SAVE YOU, LET ME REMIND YOU THAT YOU YOU, LET ME REMIND YOU THAT YOU LIVE IN NEWARK. LIVE IN NEWARK. YOU LIVE IN NEWARK, AND IN THIS YOU LIVE IN NEWARK, AND IN THIS COUNTRY, AS WE SAW WITH FLINT, COUNTRY, AS WE SAW WITH FLINT, AS YOU’VE SEEN IN OTHER CITIES, AS YOU’VE SEEN IN OTHER CITIES, CITIES THAT ARE POOR, CITIES CITIES THAT ARE POOR, CITIES THAT ARE BLACK, HISPANIC — THAT ARE BLACK, HISPANIC — THEY’RE NOT AT THE TOP OF THE THEY’RE NOT AT THE TOP OF THE LIST AS TO WHO’S GOING TO GET LIST AS TO WHO’S GOING TO GET HELP. HELP. AND YOU’RE NOT GOING TO GET HELP AND YOU’RE NOT GOING TO GET HELP IN NEWARK UNLESS YOU DEMAND IT, IN NEWARK UNLESS YOU DEMAND IT, UNLESS YOU FIGHT FOR IT, UNLESS UNLESS YOU FIGHT FOR IT, UNLESS YOU RISE UP NONVIOLENTLY TO SAY, YOU RISE UP NONVIOLENTLY TO SAY, WE CANNOT AND WILL NOT LIVE LIKE WE CANNOT AND WILL NOT LIVE LIKE THIS. THIS. PEOPLE IN FLINT, WHO LIVE IN PEOPLE IN FLINT, WHO LIVE IN FLINT, STILL THEY DON’T BATHE. FLINT, STILL THEY DON’T BATHE. THEY CAN BATHE ONCE A WEEK. THEY CAN BATHE ONCE A WEEK. THEY TAKE THE KIDS DOWN TO A THEY TAKE THE KIDS DOWN TO A RELATIVE IN DETROIT OR ANN RELATIVE IN DETROIT OR ANN ARBOR, LANSING. ARBOR, LANSING. THEY DRIVE FOR THE ONCE A WEEK THEY DRIVE FOR THE ONCE A WEEK SHOWER BECAUSE IT’S STILL NOT SHOWER BECAUSE IT’S STILL NOT FIXED IN FLINT. FIXED IN FLINT.>>IN A COUNTRY THAT WON WORLD>>IN A COUNTRY THAT WON WORLD WAR II AS WE TRIED TO PINTERESTO WAR II AS WE TRIED TO PINTERESTO LAST NIGHT. LAST NIGHT.>>EXACTLY.>>EXACTLY. I MEAN THIS IS GOING TO TAKE A I MEAN THIS IS GOING TO TAKE A MASSIVE EFFORT, AND IT’S NOT MASSIVE EFFORT, AND IT’S NOT JUST FLINT, AND IT’S NOT JUST JUST FLINT, AND IT’S NOT JUST NEWARK. NEWARK. AND THERE’S NO REAL COMMITMENT AND THERE’S NO REAL COMMITMENT TO MAKING THIS HAPPEN. TO MAKING THIS HAPPEN. NOW, IF THIS WAS A WEALTHY CITY, NOW, IF THIS WAS A WEALTHY CITY, IF THIS WAS A WHITE CITY, WELL, IF THIS WAS A WHITE CITY, WELL, AS YOU LAY IT OUT, YOU CAN AS YOU LAY IT OUT, YOU CAN IMAGINE WHAT THE RESPONSE WOULD IMAGINE WHAT THE RESPONSE WOULD BE TOMORROW. BE TOMORROW. BUT THE RESPONSE TOMORROW IN BUT THE RESPONSE TOMORROW IN NEWARK IS GOING TO BE — AND IT NEWARK IS GOING TO BE — AND IT JUST NEEDS TO BE SAID PLAINLY JUST NEEDS TO BE SAID PLAINLY AND BLUNTLY, BRIAN. AND BLUNTLY, BRIAN. YOU ARE BLACK, SKPU DON’TAND YOU YOU ARE BLACK, SKPU DON’TAND YOU HAVE THE MONEY TO CONTRIBUTE TO HAVE THE MONEY TO CONTRIBUTE TO ANY OF OUR CAMPAIGNS, AND YOU ANY OF OUR CAMPAIGNS, AND YOU ARE NOT ON OUR LIST. ARE NOT ON OUR LIST. AND WE’LL SHOW UP — YOU KNOW, AND WE’LL SHOW UP — YOU KNOW, WATCH THIS HAPPENS. WATCH THIS HAPPENS. POLITICIANS, CELEBRITIES, PEOPLE POLITICIANS, CELEBRITIES, PEOPLE WILL SHOW UM UP TO HAND OUT THE WILL SHOW UM UP TO HAND OUT THE WATER, MAKE IT LOOK LIKE WATER, MAKE IT LOOK LIKE SOMETHING’S HAPPENING, AND SOMETHING’S HAPPENING, AND NOTHING HAPPENS. NOTHING HAPPENS. AND I HATE TO BE THE BEARER OF AND I HATE TO BE THE BEARER OF BAD NEWS, BUT I WATCHED YOUR BAD NEWS, BUT I WATCHED YOUR SHOW LAST NIGHT WHEN YOU SHOW LAST NIGHT WHEN YOU REPORTED ON THIS, AND I SAW YOUR REPORTED ON THIS, AND I SAW YOUR PERSONAL REACTION. PERSONAL REACTION. THIS IS WHERE YOU’RE FROM. THIS IS WHERE YOU’RE FROM. YOU SAID IT PLAINLY. YOU SAID IT PLAINLY. IF THIS WAS BEDMINSTER, IF THIS IF THIS WAS BEDMINSTER, IF THIS WAS ANOTHER — WAS ANOTHER –>>YEAH.>>YEAH. SUMMIT, RUMSON, ALL THESE SUMMIT, RUMSON, ALL THESE BEAUTIFUL TOWNS. BEAUTIFUL TOWNS.>>YES.>>YES. YOUR GROSS POINT, YOUR YOUR GROSS POINT, YOUR BLOOMFIELD HILLS, YOUR ANN BLOOMFIELD HILLS, YOUR ANN HARBOR. HARBOR. YOU’RE RIGHT. YOU’RE RIGHT. BUT THAT’S NOT WHERE IT’S BUT THAT’S NOT WHERE IT’S HAPPENING, AND NO ONE’S COMING HAPPENING, AND NO ONE’S COMING TO THE RESCUE. TO THE RESCUE. AND I HATE TO BE THE ONE ON A AND I HATE TO BE THE ONE ON A FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE END OF THE FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE END OF THE WEEK HERE. WEEK HERE.>>I UNDERSTAND.>>I UNDERSTAND.>>– TO SAY THIS.>>– TO SAY THIS. BUT UNLESS THE PEOPLE REALIZE BUT UNLESS THE PEOPLE REALIZE THIS, THE ONE THING THAT THE THIS, THE ONE THING THAT THE PEOPLE OF NEWARK HAVE IS THERE’S PEOPLE OF NEWARK HAVE IS THERE’S MORE OF YOU AND THE PEOPLE WHO MORE OF YOU AND THE PEOPLE WHO SUPPORT YOU IN ALL THE OTHER NEW SUPPORT YOU IN ALL THE OTHER NEW JERSEY CITIES THAN THERE ARE OF JERSEY CITIES THAN THERE ARE OF THEM, THE THEM WHO ARE NOT GOING THEM, THE THEM WHO ARE NOT GOING TO COME AND HELP YOU. TO COME AND HELP YOU. YOU HAVE GOT TO POLITICALLY RISE YOU HAVE GOT TO POLITICALLY RISE UP IMMEDIATELY, OR YOU WILL BE

A mother’s dream!


(funky upbeat music) Vickiana Mora. Good morning, are you Vickiana? And who is this? I’m her daughter. Who drives the car? Her. You drive it? No. You don’t drive. Mm-mm. You’re gonna help us interpret? Yes. What do you do, do you go to school? Yes. Where? Nathanael Greene Middle School. Well you make a very good impression for a middle school youngster, let me tell you that right now. You’re very poised. Thank you. Your mother has two parking tickets and they are both overnight parking tickets. Yes. And they’re outside your residence. So what does she wanna tell me about this? The first parking ticket wasn’t us, it was a friend that lived in our house for a while. It was what? It was a friend that lived in our house for a while. Oh okay, all right. And she went from work and she left it there, and she didn’t… She left before she paid it. And the second one was my brother, he took the car out without telling anybody, and she didn’t know that we had the ticket. You sure you don’t wanna become a lawyer when you get bigger? You make a very good impression. I’ve actually thought about it. That’s why I’m gonna join the debate team in high school. Well, you tell your mom that I said that she did a great job with you and that she should be very proud of you. Will you tell her that in Spanish? Speak into the mic. (speaking in Spanish) She says thank you and she also says that that’s what she lives for, to make us educated and otherwise. That is the story of America. I’m talking to you, you can tell her. (speaking in Spanish) I wanna talk not only to you and your mom but to everyone assembled here. Every one of you in the courtroom is descended from someone that came from some place else, from another country. In your case, your mom’s from the Dominican Republic. Yeah. In my case, my dad was born in Italy. Other people came from different parts of the world, they came from Ireland, from Great Britain, from China, from different places. Yeah. And that’s what this country is about. But your mother said something that just resonated with me, that she says she wants to make life better for you than it was for her, she wants to give you the opportunities that this great country affords everyone. That’s every immigrant’s dream. And you are helping fulfill your mother’s dream, and the dream of all other people who come here from different countries. Keep up your good work. You can tell your mother when you leave, okay? Okay. But you have done her very proud, trust me. Thank you. You’ve presented yourself so well. Well if you ever decide to become a lawyer, you can tell everyone that you won your first case before the court. The case is dismissed. Thank you. Good luck to you. Elenora Carlson. Yes. What happened here? Tell me what happened. I was going to the doctor that morning and I was supposed to turn on West River Street and I missed the street and I got so nervous, and I don’t know that area. And I saw this little turn and I thought I could turn in there and go back up to go to the doctor, and it was a one way. Was there a sign that said one way? You know, Your Honor, I didn’t even notice. I was so nervous because I didn’t wanna be late for the doctor and I didn’t know where I was. Now let me ask you a question. When you got to the doctor, you waited 40 minutes, right? No. Oh, he took you right away? No they took me right in. ‘Cause I called them– Get the name of that doctor. (laughing) Yes, Sir, they took me right in. What bothers me here is that you have a completely unblemished driving record. I don’t know. Did you tell the police officer? Did you tell the police officer, look I got confused here, I didn’t know what was going on? Yes, I did. Yeah. Let’s see what it says here. There was no accident, was there an accident? There was an accident. Oh there was? Oh that’s the reason, okay. That changes the whole thing. Little fender bender. Yeah. Anybody get hurt? No. Yeah. Well, I’m 64, Your Honor, and I didn’t get hurt. Hopefully the 35 year old didn’t get hurt. Before she said that, if I asked you how old she was, what would you say? Wouldn’t have said 64, Your Honor. 37, 38? Thank you. 35. You have good genes. Thank you. That’s not gonna help you with the case though. I know. (laughing) All right, here’s the deal. This happened, oh this happened between Christmas and New Years. All right. So it’s a month. And you haven’t received a letter from any lawyer saying that the other person was hurt? No. Tell me about the accident, I wanna know how… I pulled in, and then I think I froze, because he came around and I don’t even know if I was moving at that point. And we hit, and it sounded worse than it was. We both got out of the car and I have a picture of his bumper, he had a big rubber bumper, little dent in it. Mine, I got a little, I could wax it out, a mark on my car. But that was it. And then we drove away. I went to the doctor. The good driving record, the statute, says that if you’re involved in an accident the good driving record does not apply. So in a case like this you have no record at all, it’s a minimal situation. My inclination is that I’m gonna continue this. You don’t have to, you can pay it if you want, but my inclination is that I’ll continue the case for three months, and you come back in three months. If you’re not getting sued by then, I’ll dismiss it. Okay. Thank you, Your Honor. Unless you wanna pay it today and not come back. No, I’ll come back. You made a good decision. Come on, how cool was that? If you’d like to see more cases like this one, tune in to Caught In Providence every weekday. Excuse me? You didn’t know Caught In Providence is also a TV show? Oh wow, your life just got substantially better. To find out what channel we’re on, go to caughtinprovidence.com, click on your local listings, scroll down til you find your home town, then start doing your happy dance. 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OSHO: PRIESTS & POLITICIANS – The Mafia of the Soul (Part 1 of 6)


HOW COME YOU SPEAK ABOUT POLITICAL LEADERS AND RELIGIOUS LEADERS IN THE SAME TONE – IS THERE NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THEM? Fundamentally there is no difference at all. Superficially of course there are differences. The basic desire to be a leader arises in people who are suffering from an inferiority complex. It does not matter whether whether they move into the political world or into the religious world; the will-to-power is an absolute indication that the man feels himself inferior to others and he wants to prove to the world that it is not so. It is not only a question of proving to the world; through the world he wants to prove it to himself too, that he is not inferior to anybody. The only way mind can manage a it is to make everybody inferior to you. Mind is not your intelligence. It may sound strange but this is a truth, that mind is not your intelligence. Mind can be intellectual, which is a very poor substitute for intelligence. Intellectuality is mechanical. You can become a great scholar, a great professor, a great philosopher – just playing with words which are all borrowed, arranging and rearranging thoughts, none of which are your own. The intellect is absolutely bankrupt. It has nothing of its own, all is borrowed. And that’s the difference between intelligence and intellect. Intelligence has an eyesight of its own, a capacity to see into things, into problems of its own. It is your born quality. It cannot be learned, it cannot be nurtured. Everybody is born with intelligence, but the society is in favor of intellect, because the intellectual person is not a real individual, he is phony. He has nothing of his own; he is a beggar, and beggars are not supposed to be emperors, are not supposed to be masters. They are destined to remain slaves. So your so-called greatest scholars are continuously proving their slavery to the establishment. None of them is a rebel. They are hankering for the prizes and awards the establishment can bestow upon them: respectability, honor. They are all desiring to be Nobel laureates, but to get the Nobel prize you have to sell your soul. You have to accept a thousand and one things that no intelligent person can accept. You have to support the status quo, the people who are in power, who have the money. You are just a puppet to them. Yes, it is a very mutual conspiracy: they give you the Nobel prize, they give you honorary doctorates, they make you world famous; in return you support their exploitation, their oppression, and whatever nonsense they are doing. You have to become a protecting wall. And of course the world is going to listen to you because you are a Nobel prize winner, honored by Oxford, by Cambridge, by Harvard. The ordinary people, the common masses are bound to listen to you. If you are supporting the society then naturally there is nothing wrong with the society; there is no need to change it. . The problems are not created by the society but by the “anti-social” elements. And who are the anti-social elements? All the rebels are anti-social elements. It is these people who provoke the masses, steal their souls, make them aware that they also are human beings, not cattle. These are anti-social elements; they have to be destroyed. Either they have to be purchased in some way … give them a Nobel prize, and purchase them; give them honorary doctorates and purchase them. If they refuse to be purchased then society has all the ways to condemn them. Their books will not be published by the great publishers, because those great publications are owned by the vested interests. Their names will disappear from the newspapers, from the magazines, from the media. They will live almost as if they are not, as if they don’t exist. This is a far superior way to destroy somebody than crucifying. At least when you crucify a person you give him immense publicity. Two thousand years have passed: Jesus is still hanging on the cross. He has become almost an eternal advertisement. Wherever you go you will see the cross – on the graveyard, on the churches, on the vehicles of the Red Cross Society. Now the modern status quo, establishment, vested interests, are far more clever. If Jesus comes back he should not be afraid that he is going to be crucified again. No, this time it is going to to be worse: he will be ignored. To be crucified does not take your dignity, but to be ignored … Nobody bothers about you, nobody pays any attention, nobody is for or against you. This is real humiliation that is being done. But intellectuals are not capable; they don’t have the guts, they can’t have, because all that they have is borrowed. They are easily purchasable, cheap. But they become a very significant protective wall around the establishment. People look towards them with respect People think that if a Nobel prize winner is saying something it must be right – as if by winning the Nobel prize one attains to enlightenment, nirvana! It is a political game. It is all politics. Once in a while they go on giving a Nobel prize to a Russian scientist, to some scientist whom they would like to get out of Russia; his being in Russia is dangerous for them. He is close to finding something – or he has found it already – in which they are far behind. Now you see the ways of the politicians? Give the man a Nobel prize – now you create trouble. The scientist is not capable of resisting the temptation of accepting the Nobel prize, because that is the world’s greatest honor. It does not happen to everybody; it happens once in a while to one individual in millions. Now, a poor scientist, howsoever great a scientist he may be – as a man he is a poor man with all the desires to be famous, to be well known. Now, the politicians have put him into a dilemma: if he accepts the Nobel prize he goes against the Russian establishment because the Russian establishment knows perfectly well – politicians know each other well; nobody knows them as well as they know each other. They speak the same language, they work the same strategies. The Russian politicians know why the Nobel prize has been given to this man. By giving the Nobel prize a rift has been created between the man and the Soviet government. The Soviet pressure will be: “Reject the Nobel prize. It comes from the capitalist world; it is not an honor, in fact it is an insult. Reject it, and if you don’t reject it then you will be in trouble.” And it has happened with many people: either they have been imprisoned … that’s what the politicians of the other side wanted, that they should be imprisoned so their work is spoiled. They may have been coming close to something which may have made Russia the most powerful nation in the world. They have disrupted it; they have sabotaged it in a very clever way – without interfering, without saying a single word. Or if the man has a world-wide reputation already – which scientists generally don’t have perhaps a literary person, a poet, a novelist may have. If the person has a world-wide reputation, then from all capitalist countries all the intellectuals, their institutions, academies and societies will start a great campaign and movement against the Russian government. Now, the Russian government has only two choices: either to release that man and stop this campaign … But they cannot keep this man any longer in the country; he has become an enemy. And now he is in the hands of the enemies, he can become an informer. He is dangerous – he has to be expelled. That too is good for the capitalist world. Once the man is expelled he is received with great honor all over the capitalist world; he is made a hero. If you look into the ways the politicians go on doing things you will be surprised. But they succeed only with intellectuals, because intellectuals are really not intelligent people. If they were intelligent then nobody could manipulate them, neither the communist nor the capitalist; nobody would be capable of manipulating them. It would be impossible; they would see things clearly. Intelligence is of the soul. Intellect is of the mind. Mind is just garbage. Mind is that which has been given to you by others. The whole collection, the whole junkyard all kinds of people have been throwing in you – that is your mind. That mind continuously suffers from an inferiority complex, is bound to suffer: it has nothing of its own, it has no ground underneath its feet. The mind wants power, prestige. It can have power through politics, which is the criminal’s way. If your mind has a criminal tendency then you will follow the path of politics. Politicians and criminals are not basically different people. Politicians are successful criminals. Criminals are unsuccessful politicians. Criminals are poor, pitiable. They had tried but they failed. Politicians are of the same tribe, with only one difference: they have succeeded. And in this world success makes everything right. What you have done, how you have arrived, what method and means you have used – who bothers about it? When you are successful it is enough proof that you are a man of tremendous capacity. Your success is the proof. And when you have failed, your failure is also a proof that you were hankering for the moon; you were just foolish. Try to walk on the earth, don’t try to fly towards the moon; otherwise you will fall and get multiple fractures. That’s what poor criminals have got – multiple fractures. But the mind of the politician and the criminal is the same. Those who are not courageous enough will go in a way which can lead either to the world of criminals or to the world of politicians. Of course, of the hundred people who will walk on the path, ninety-nine will go to the world of criminals; ninety-nine will be in the jails. One percent will also be in jail, but of a different kind: it is called the White House. All kinds of black deeds – naturally you have to call the house the “White House” to hide them. I have heard: a black man, very old, hair all white, was following a woman, a young girl – must have been of the age of his grandchildren – with such lustful eyes that another old man, his friend, stopped him and said, “This does not suit you. It was okay at one time, but all your hair has become white, and you are following that girl with such dirty eyes – everybody is shocked.” Do you know what the old man said? He said, “You will never understand anything. My hair is white, but that doesn’t mean that my heart has become white: it is still black and it is going to remain black. Even if I were dead and this girl passed by my side, I would have opened my eyes and looked with the same lustful eyes. What has hair to do with it? What kind of argument are you giving to me, that `your hair is white’? Let my hair be white – I am not!” But white hair helps you to hide black deeds. I have always wondered why they call this topmost criminal place in the world the White House. Perhaps unknowingly the idea came from their unconscious that everything inside is going to be black, but from the outside you have to keep a white face, everything clean. One person reaches to the White House, ninety-nine to the black houses. So, there are people who are not courageous enough to take this risk – ninety-nine percent possibility of failing, and only one percent possibility of succeeding. They want far surer ground. Religion provides that ground.

Advice for students: Introduction and initial questions


[A Level English Literature – Paper 2 Prose] [Section 1 – Introduction and initial questions] [Hilary Regan] Hi, my name is Hilary Regan, and I’m the principal examiner for paper
2, the prose paper. I work with Jen Smith who’s the Principal for paper 1 and Tom
Rank the principal for Paper 3 Poetry. You might have seen his videos about comparing
poetry. Today I’m going to talk to you about how students did in the 2018 exam paper, and
answer some questions that students frequently ask me. Just a reminder on this paper, you are writing
about two, out of a possible 24 set texts, one of which has to be a nineteenth-century
text and you are having to cover four Assessment Objectives. AO1 is the quality of your written
argument. AO2 is your analysis of the writer’s crafts, AO3 is the relevant contexts and AO4
is the comparisons and connections you make between texts. Making connections between the texts is one
of the hardest things to do in this exam I think, the best way to make connections is
to do it in detail. A lot of students make connections between different characters,
between the themes in the novels and maybe some plot points and sometimes that’s where
they stop. Now to do a little bit better, it’s better to include more detailed comparison
and more range and that’s going to let the examiner give you credit for making that range
of connections. So other things you could compare is genre, for example if you’ve
studied two science fiction texts like War of the Worlds and Never Let Me Go, or two
gothic novels such as Dracula and A Picture of Dorian Gray. You could compare the contexts,
the historical contexts in which they were written, may be the way that audiences responded
to the texts when they were written. You can compare the writer’s narrative style, the
literary style that they use, the way they structure their novel, the narrative voices.
The more detailed comparisons you can get in there and the more range of comparisons
you make the better. The short answer to this question is no, you
don’t always have to include the theme. Now that theme is there to give you a head
start in comparisons, so it might be relevant, for example if your writing about colonisation
and its aftermath with The Heart of Darkness and A Passage to India, or if you’re are
looking at the role of women in in Tess of D’urbervilles and Mrs Dalloway, but the
questions are very broad, so you don’t always need to shoe horn the theme in if it’s not
relevant. It’s a good idea not to just focus on the themes in your revision, revise a bit
more broadly because if the question isn’t focused on the theme of your grouping, don’t
include it. The exam has just had an extra 15 minutes
added on to it for Summer 2019, now that 15 minutes is intended as planning time. It was
decided that it was a little too much to ask for you to plan and write about two long novels
in just an hour, so we’re not expecting you write a longer answer, we’re expecting
you to have a better planned, better structured essay as a result of that extra 15 minutes.
So I would recommend using that 15 minutes to think about what you’re going to say
about the texts to answer the question, maybe what comparisons you’re going to make and
the quotes you might want to use. It’s a really good idea to practise planning, give
yourself 15 minutes and just write a plan, even if you don’t have time to write the
essay. It will help you write realistic plans, where you’ve not more than you can actually
write in the exam. If you don’t understand a word in the question,
don’t answer that question. You’re given two questions as choice, so don’t run the
risk of getting it wrong, just go for the other question.

How Donald Trump Answers A Question


But isn’t it un-American and wrong to discriminate against people based on their religion? But, Jimmy, the problem Uh, I mean, look, I’m for it… But, look… We have people coming into our country that are looking to do tremendous harm. You look at the two- Look at Paris. Look at what happened in Paris. I mean, these people, they did not come from Sweden Okay? Look at what happened in Paris. Look at what happened last week in California, with…with, you know, fourteen people dead. Other people going to die, they’re so badly injured. We have a real problem. There’s a tremendous hatred out there. And what I wanna do is find out what- you know, you can’t solve a problem until you find out what’s the root cause. And I wanna find out what is the problem what’s going on. And, it’s temporary I’ve had so many people call me and say thank you. Now, if you remember, when I did that a week ago it was like bedlam All of a sudden — and you watch last night and you see people talking. They say, “Well, Trump has a point. We have to get down to the problem.” The people that are friends of mine that called, they said, “Donald, you’ve done us a tremendous service, because we do have a problem and we have to find out what is the — -and we have to find out what is the–
-those might have been prank calls -those may have been prank calls
-No, no One of the things I find fascinating about Donald Trump is the way he uses language differently than other candidates for political office, especially president of the United States Whereas his opponents and the political class in general seem hyper-aware that their words would be picked apart and used against them Trump willfully disregards this fact. As a lifelong salesman, he has a huckster’s knack for selling a feeling even if the ideas and facts that underscore it are spurious, racist or just plain incomprehensible so I thought it would be illuminating to look at a Trump answer to a simple question In this case Jimmy Kimmel asking Trump whether or not it’s wrong to discriminate against people based on their religion referring to Trump’s proposal to temporarily ban all Muslims from entering the United States This 220 word, exactly 1 minute answer displays I think, a range of the things that Trump uses all the time in his speech The first thing to know is how simple this language is Of the 220 words, 172, or 78%, are only one syllable and often they come in a rhythmic series like a volley of jabs ending with one of his buzz words we have to get down to the problem 39 words, or 17%, are two syllables long only 4 words have 3 syllables, 3 of which are the word tremendous, tremendous, tremendous and just two words are 4 syllables long California, which he’s forced to use because it has less syllables than San Bernardino and temporary, which he swallows and it’s temporary, I’ve had so many people this breakdown fits with the study done by the Boston Globe that put all 2016 presidential candidates’ announcement speeches through the Flesch-Kincaid readability test to determine their respective grade level rankings Donald Trump’s speech came out at the 4th grade reading level Now for reference, Ben Carson came out at 6th grade Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush were speaking at an 8th grade reading level and Bernie Sanders was a way up in high school, a sophomore, to be exact Now this isn’t only down to word or syllable choice it’s about sentence construction, too Trump favors simple sentences like we have a real problem
there is a tremendous hatred out there Rarely does he use complex sentences or independent clauses He also favors the second person a lot of the time, addressing listeners directly with commands Look at Paris
Look at what happened in Paris
Look at what happened in Paris
Look at what happened last week in California Or implicating us in what he’s saying as if we’ve already agreed and you watch last night, and you see people talking He’s really good at this, at framing negative response as an over-reaction that was subsequently realized as such if you remember, when I did that a week ago it was like bedlam. All of a sudden – and you watch last, and you see people talking. They said, “Well Trump has a point. We have to get down to the problem.” Maybe the most important technique Trump utilizes and he does this more than anyone I’ve ever heard is ending his sentences with strong punchy words. A lot of times he’ll rearrange the beginning of a sentence awkwardly, so that he can end strong. For example, here, it would probably be more natural to say you can’t solve a problem until you find out what the root cause is but he brings the is forward to end on root cause he does the same here and it looks like he was going to about the same in the end before Kimmel cuts him off these final words are crucial for Trump They’re pointed and taken together sketch the theme of the entire answer harm, dead, die, badly injured, problem, root cause thank you, bedlam, point, problem, service, problem In some sense, it’s these words that audiences remember especially when the rest of the speech is incoherent Like the best salesman, Trump keeps it simple, he repeats a lot we have a real problem, what is the problem we do have a problem, we have to get down to the problem and he uses his favorite words over and over tremendous, tremendous, tremendous service and he always seems to have friends who are part of the group that he’s currently insulting calling him up and thanking him for the privilege many of them called me they said you know Donald, you’re right, we have a problem and look, there is a problem Donald Trump knows when to sound incredulous, or forceful He has good comedic instinct, you can even call him witty but you can’t call him smart or well informed the best salesman could sell you a TV without knowing anything about it because the TV isn’t what matters. What matters, is you. And if you are an American citizen who, for years has listened to politicians sound sophisticated while accomplishing nothing you might just be primed for something that is everything they are not. But the next time you feel like Donald Trump has a point do yourself a favor and look at his words. Hey everybody, thanks for watching. I want to point you in the direction of my friends over at Wisecrack who do some awesome work, some awesome video essays. If you like my stuff, you’re definitely going to like what they do. They talk about books, movies, and my personal favorite is definitely 8-Bit Philosophy, which is like philosophy explained with Nintendo graphics. So well done. I wish I had thought of that. Anyway, go over there, click there, subscribe, watch a video. If you guys want to help me out, as always, you can click right here, pledge a dollar or three dollars or five dollars to my channel. Help me start 2016 right. We’re going to do some awesome stuff in the next year. I can’t wait to see you guys next Wednesday for the next video and I will see you… Well, I just said I’ll see you next Wednesday, so bye!

Buzzfeed Hates Men


[Ethan] Welcome back, guys. Today we have a very juicy video on deck, because me and Hila always agree. We always go into a video agreeing and being like: ‘This is cancer, let’s talk about it.’ [Hila] Yeah. [Ethan] But this time, I hope you’re ready to go to war. When I saw this video, I was like: ‘Yo, Hila, Look how stupid this is, we need to talk about it.’ And she looks at me and she goes: ‘Well, maybe it’s not that bad. Maybe we shouldn’t talk about it.’ And I was like: ‘Oh fuck, dude, we’re going to need to have some beef on camera right now.’ So we’ve been putting doing this video off for a minute, because Hila was like: ‘This is a real issue.’ [Hila] It is an issue, but the video is ridiculous, which is why we kind of agree. [Ethan] We kind of agree. The issue is, by the way, “Manspreading” So manspreading, if you don’t know, is when a man is on a bus or a subway or any public place, and apparently, according to these women on Buzzfeed, yes, it’s Buzzfeed! All men sit like this. By the way, what’s the deal with how women take up every fucking seat with their bags? I’ve seen more women taking up fucking empty subway seats with their fucking purses, than I’ve seen men spreading their legs. [Hila] I have never seen that. [Ethan] Yeah, you know exactly what I’m talking about. I told you I’m going to war. Let’s go to war together! Let’s jump right in to this Buzzfeed exclusive, ’10 Exciting Ways to Make Men Look Like Little Bitches’. [Kuwilileni] ‘My balls, I don’t want my balls sticking to my legs.’ [Ethan] First of all, fuck off. It’s not about balls sticking to legs. It’s about literally smashing my balls and testicles. Like, I see dainty little girls sitting on a subway like this. They sit like this and God bless them, good for them. I have shit here! I can’t, it’s smushing my junk! I gotta sit like this [Hila] I agree with that, okay. [Ethan] Like, by the way, and look they’re showing. That guy is sitting, like, pretty fucking reasonably, and there’s plenty of space on that bench. *Ethan coughs* [Ethan] I’m like 4 seconds in and I’m already pissed off I’m already straight triggered, Buzzfeed. And you, and you let it happen. You were right there with them. [Hila] I’m triggered too, because I can’t stand Buzzfeed. [Ethan] Well, I see your point, because you’re like: ‘We can have a normal conversation about this without making it sound like men need to be beheaded and their heads put on stakes.’ [Hila] Exactly, they make it so extreme. [Ethan] That being said, you’re wrong. [Hila] It’s like when social justice warriors ruin feminism. [Ethan] Right. [Hila] I care about feminism, but then there’s these extreme ones that completely ruin it for everyone. [Ethan] Are you “femalesplaining” me right now? [Hila] Yeah. [Ethan] Do you know when a female explains something, that’s really condescending? No, you’re right. I completely agree with you. [Tan] Manspreading is when a man spreads his physical body to take up as much space as humanly possible. [Ethan] “Take up as much space as humanly possible.” The clips show men sitting in my opinion, reasonably. [Hila] Yeah, I agree. I agree which is why it’s so annoying [Ethan] As much space as humanly possible! Implying that I’m sitting on the subway like “This is all me!” [Hila] She’s talking about it like they decided to do it on purpose. [Ethan] Yeah, yeah. [Hila] ‘Let’s see how much space I can take.’ [Ethan] ‘Let’s see how many women I can piss off today on the subway ride. That’s what I’m thinking about.’ [Kuwilileni] The people around you are relegated to a very small portion [Ethan] That one’s pretty bad, that one’s pretty bad. [Hila] That happens though. [Ethan] Yes it happens… [Hila] That’s my point! [Ethan] Okay, that’s fine. [Hila] I won! [Ethan] This guy’s a douchebag. They’ve showed like five guys and only one of them has been kind of outrageous. [Hila] Yeah I, I agree. I think most men are pretty good about this and they’re not that, like, this is ridiculous. [Ethan] Thank you. Thanks for saying that. [Kuwilileni] But the key to manspreading is not noticing. [Chelsea] We grow up on two different tracks people who manspread just are socialized not to worry about it. [Ethan] OK! These guys are sitting like this because they’re being really respectful. Look at this guy on the right He’s sitting away from the person next to him, so he doesn’t intrude on their space. This is a nice guy And you’re showing him like “Oh fuck this, Fuck you, Tan! With your edgy hipster hat. [Hila] Well she’s just… [Ethan] She’s just what? “Womansplaining” me? Yeah, I know what Tan’s doing. [Hila] I mean, it’s Buzzfeed, you need to blame Buzzfeed not her. [Ethan] No, I blame Tan. It’s like, yeah, when the Nazis, ok, said ‘I was just following orders’, What does Tan say? You know what I mean? It’s the same exact shit. [Tan] I have so many vivid memories as a child of my mum telling me to close my legs. [Ethan] Close your legs? Maybe that was about something else, Tan. I have sooo many vivid memories of my mom telling me to close my legs Tan, listen, this is about manspreading. I dont know what traumatic shit you’ve been through but leave that out of it. Why do you always have you legs open, Tan? Close your legs! (Tan in the background) as a child, my mom telling me to close my legs (Ethan) You’re disgusting Tan, close your legs! The whole family can see (Tan) my legs (Ethan) Close your legs, Tan Tan, would you close your legs for Christ’s sake? (Tan) memories as a child of my mom telling me to close my legs I kind of secretly hope to annoy (zooms in) some men That’s my first train trip as a manspreader, I just feel like a monster already. How can you do this every day without being conscious of it? (Ethan) Okay (Hila) Okay (Ethan) You are being an obnoxious person. (Hila) That is not manspreading, that is just like (Ethan) That’s just being an obnoxious person.
(Hila) Yeah. (Chelsea) I just manspread on the bus for maybe a five minute ride for the first time and it wasn’t even half full and I was already getting glared at so I think that this is gonna be a kinda long week. (Ethan) Can you at least acknowledge that men have fuckin twigs and berries between their legs. Like if I cut off my dick and balls, which is apparently what you want me to do, I could happily sit with my thighs closed (Day Two) (Tan) It’s day two of manspreading and I forgot that I have to do this (Ethan) How about purse spreading? Let’s make a Buzzfeed video about purse spreading No, womanspreading, with their huge fucking purses ok I don’t know what’s with women, why they think they have to bring the whole kitchen and the kitchen sink with them in their purse ok not my problem. Put it in your fuckin’ lap next time. Womanspreader *Hila chuckles* I don’t know about that Dude, that’s real, y’all know that one’s real [Kuwilileni] Whenever a woman takes up space She’s considered bossy, she’s considered agressive There are a lot of stereotype surrounding black women And whether or not we’re angry or dominant And so maybe a lot of the reasons why I do minimalize my presence is because I don’t wanna be perceived Or engage with those stereotypes [Hila] You gotta acknowledge that you’re wearing a dress And to stand like- yeah, there’s women stereotypes and all that but you’re wearing a dress [Ethan] That’s such a good point [Hila] And you’re opening up your [Ethan] your crotch [Hila] your crotch [Ethan] I mean I [Hila] Yeah it’s weird [Ethan] Yeah, it’s weird And I like [Hila] not because you’re a woman, because you’re wearing a dress [Ethan] you just got slam-dunked by one of your own [Tan] what is it between their legs that’s so important [Ethan] DICK AND BALLS!!! It doesn’t fit, you can’t squish it, it’s not comfortable What is- what?? [Hila] That was really stupid [Ethan] god [Tan] what is it between their legs that’s so important, that it requires two to three seats When there are kids, families, women and elderly people standing up [Hila] that- ok no one does that [Tan] that it requires two to three seats [Ethan] literally fuckin’ Hulk Hogan could lay out Toe to- toe to tip And not take two to three- maybe he’ll take three seats [Tan] Women are expected to be quiet, small and almost invisible, whereas men [Ethan] dude, this guy is doing his absolute best How are you gonna talk shit on this guy [Hila] I think maybe they’re just frustrated because men just end up taking more space [Ethan] but they don’t acknowledge the biological need They just frame it as “All men are monsters and need to be castrated” We need to cut their dicks off so they can close their legs [Hila] Yeah [Ethan] Just like my mom used talk me- talk to me about all the time [Tan] many vivid memories as a child of my mum telling me to close my legs [Ethan] Tan, would you close your legs for christ’s sake [Tan] Women are expected to be quiet, small and almost invisible, whereas men can be those boisterous slobs And it’s all good [Chelsea] Today [Ethan] How can you show this in good conscience and be like “All men are fucking monsters Here’s a drunk homeless guy taking a nap on the bus [Hila] Yeah that’s insane [Ethan] He’s not even manspreading, he’s just fucking passed out [Hila] Something is wrong there, but it’s not, it’s not the manspreading [Ethan] The guy clearly- yeah, the problems go deeper than manspreading at this point [Tan] I’ve not enjoyed this week at all. The very first day where a group of people came on that were going to a game And they were all desperate for a seat and I was taking up three seats [Ethan] That’s not manspreading that’s just you being a fucking asshole! [Hila] this is so stupid [Ethan] How is that manspreading, your legs are closed, you’re just being a fucking dick You’re not even following the own- your only rules of your experiment And by the way, I have seen women, believe it or not, sitting like that on the bus or subway It happens to both genders *Ethan coughs* [Tan] To be forced to manspread really showed me how up your own ass you have to be as a person to not be conscious of those around you [Ethan] So uh, today I’m doing a manspreading experiment I wanna behave like all men do and just this is how all men sit on the subway Yo- yo, what the- yo, what the fuck Yo get out of here! [Tan] Be forced to manspread really showed me how up your own ass you have to be as a person [Hila] She’s gonna win employee of the week at- [Ethan] yeah, Tan is gonna win employee of the- of the year at BuzzFeed probably She’s gonna be like “You triggerred males so hard with that video that we are giving you this statue of penis and balls because you’ve apparently never seen one before and we just wanna let you know what they look like” [Hila] “You did such a great job missing the point. Exactly what we were looking for.” Promoted [Ethan] I’m jealous of women ‘Cause sometimes I see you in really tight-fitting pants And you’re sitting there and you’re really cute little like, put-together and you don’t take up a lot of space like they’re complaining about And I’m like dude, I’m- I’m actually jealous of that, because I want to [Hila] I wouldn’t want to have something in between my legs [Ethan] Women try to sympath- like I know you have periods and give birth which I have full respect for and God Bless you for that but try to at least empathize that you have like this junk in between your legs all the time And it’s very sensitive stuff too Like you get punched in the balls the wrong way, you will puke The pain is so severe Like I’m just sayin’, you- you guys have gone about this in such- in such bad way that frankly all the respect I had for BuzzFeed is now gone I went from zero to zero [Hila] *chuckles* yeah [Kuwilileni] The man that’s taking up too much space on the bus, on the plane, on the bench we see, you don’t need that much room To the young women out there, I would say “You should definitely be aware of your surroundings if there’s something that you want, if there’s something you wanna say, if there’s a position that you wanna hold. Take up that space. You deserve that space.” [Ethan] Um, what a message of empowerment How does that make you feel, dude? [Hila] It made me feel like next time I’m on a train I should lay over three seats You kind of take up a little space here [Hila] Well she said I need to be more confident Take up that space! [Ethan] Why are you tak- Why are you putting your legs on my lap You have plenty of space on your chair I don’t understand You deserve that space! [Hila] Well I deserve it [Ethan] Why, what do you mean? [Hila] I am a uh- a woman BuzzFeed said that I deserve it and I should be empowered [Tan] I have so many vivid memories as a child of mom telling me to close my legs [Ethan] Well BuzzFeed says it’s true then I better fucking just Here you go dude, make yourself at home This is how everyone needs to sit on the subway from now on So men make sure to offer your shoulders and leg space to all women as reparation for the manspreading that has taken on by our kind Thank you so much to Lootcrate for sponsoring us and hooking it up with that meme juice Lootcrate is a suscription service that sends you a box of goodies every month Next month’s theme is Space and includes goodies from Mass Effect, Destiny and XCom If you guys would like next month’s Lootcrate Make sure to visit the link in the description : lootcrate.com/h3h3 Make sure to use the code h3h3 to get 10% off your space crate Last month was magic and take a look at this cool ass doctor strange toy and one of my all-time favourite movies: Big Trouble in Little China Thank you guys so much for watching and thank you to lootcrate for hooking up that meme juice and sponsoring our video See you guys next time [H3H3 Production Theme Song by MajorLeagueWobs]

“INTERROGATING ZUCKERBERG” — A Bad Lip Reading


Thanks for coming Mr. Zuckerberg. How are you? Just a sec. Mom? Could you get me my Frodo ring? I want it here Okay, now that we got the ring sorted out we can move on to the topic at hand, which
is the concerns that have been raised– You need water, okay… Now as I was saying, there’s been a lot of
concern about peoples’ private information and how– Okay, how ’bout you just chug the water? I want you to cut it off Are you blowing bubbles? I”m gonna have to spank you Okay now, are you good? I swear, it’s like he’s got a mask on Listen kid, blink if you’re not a lamp We’d like you to make a little smile just to show that you can Oh, good heavens, that’s just horrible. Stop that son! For the rest of the day, will you not do that
please? Umm, so, I have to admit that all of this
is just boring as beans And I’m – what are we talking about? And what am I gonna ask? It was about… oh yeah
So, when I have the Facebook then do I also have the internet? Umm, yeah, you do
Mmm-hhhh I’d just like everyone to know that my van
is for sale Great
I mean, I don’t know how you feel about that But if you got to kinda like drive it and
stuff, then You know I’m pretty sure you’d want to buy
it Nope
Wait, cuz this van, I mean, it’s special Nope
No, hey, I’ll send you a picture and you’ll say “I want this in my driveway” No, please don’t send anything Okay, well I guess you’re stupid It’s just a van I told you it’s a special van! Do you think that I might need to shave my
head for a Frenchman? Because some people have said to me “you should
shave your head” What do you think? Just say “No, I will not do that? Okay Mr. Zuckerman World War I was awful, do you agree? Uh, yes Well, why are we even here then? Senator Graham? [singing] “Judy you were meant to be only with me”
“La da da da – Judy you were born in moonlight” Senator Graham? Huh? Do you got any questions for me, or…? Shoot, see, what happened there is you guys
caught me singing “Judy Moonlight” Because I really like it. It’s a really great song. Because of, Judy Moonlight is the one the
song is about Hey, ask me something Do you like your heart rate? I’ll get back to you about that My turn! Can we be friends later? No, I mean, we probably shouldn’t Would you say that if I lived in a treehouse? I doubt it Have you ever smelled a girl’s feet? Cuz I imagine you and me could be doing that
at some point No WHat’s the problem, little friend? Don’t try to get in my Porsche again But I really like yoU! MISTER FACEBOOK MAN
Lift your hand out like this, boy, swing it out like this
You think it’s hard? Believe me, I could hold a hand in the air
all DAY You see it? I see it It’s tradition where I’m from to stare at the outstretched hand! That’s for having your hair like that Hey, I’ll go bro Do you worry about those little weenies you
get from Barb from downstairs? I do not want that to be a thing Hey really, man, I think people will find you more fun if you open your mind about the
little weenies I doubt that Over here Sorry kid, I forget your name Uh, Bojang Bugami Bugami, that’s weird! Say, what is that? Flemish, or French, or Japanese, or Anglo?
Yep Okay Good hang, buddy Cool hang You have a bean head Wow, really? That’s great That kind of reminds me of how I knew Einstein back when I was just a kid
And I would go to his apartment and dude had a green bean bag I wish that was right And he had this deal where you could also
make all the chocolate milk you liked You know, I can tell you what Einstein would
have said about Facebook: HORSE MANURE PILE Umm, that’s cool Turd satchel — remember, those are Einstein’s words Hey Mark Do you have a painful scrote? Uh, no I do not Well you will in time Judy you were meant to be only with me, la
da da da Judy you were born in moonlight Judy you were meant to be only with me, la da da da Judy you were born in moonlight

The Divorce Day Ticket and They’ll Never Catch Us


(upbeat music) Susan Shay. [Judge] Morning, Susan. Good morning. Susan, you’re charged with speeding on Blackstone Boulevard. Were you on your way to work? No sir, I actually wasn’t driving. Wasn’t driving? I wasn’t the one driving. I have, that was on May 9th. This is a copy of my divorce settlement. The court date was May 9th. I met with the attorney and my husband at the time. I signed the title over to him that morning. We went to court. On our way out of court, the last words I said to him was please get that truck out of my name. Which he did one week later, but 15 minutes from divorce court, he was on his way from court to work, and that’s when that was. He got one last thing to get even with you. Yes, he did, and he did. But, I think what happened was He originally was gonna to come here with me today. He was? But, his girlfriend wouldn’t let him come, so that’s why I’m here alone. Let me see if I got this straight. Okay. You went to divorce court. The vehicle is under your name. At that time. At that time. You have a divorce, you walk out of the court, you say to him, listen, we just settled all of the issues. Get the vehicle out of my name. Correct. He doesn’t do that. He’s driving the vehicle. He goes through a speed zone. [Judge] He’s speeding. Right. And then you say, listen, I could’ve put your name down. Did you know that? Do you Well, the You didn’t read it?
ticket happened 15 minutes I understand that
out of divorce court. Alright. But it wasn’t you, so you asked him, say, this is your responsibility.
Right He said, okay, as one last act of decency, I’ll come to court with you. Right. And then, his girlfriend said, forget those acts of decency, Correct you’re not going to court with her. Right. He didn’t come here today. Correct. Go get the girlfriend. I think she made (group laughter)
the right choice. I don’t mean to make light of it,
oh, that’s okay [Judge] you seem like a very decent person. Thank you. Trust me, I practiced law for a long time. I handled a lot of divorces. Rarely have I seen anyone, alright, as pleasant as you, after a divorce, and after having some issues. So. I tried. I’m sure you did. Based on the explanation, I’m gonna make an exception, I’m gonna dismiss it. Thank you. [Susan] I appreciate it.
I think, I think you did everything you could. I tried. But I’m not gonna add anymore pain to this situation. I appreciate that, thank you. Alright, good luck to you. Thank you, have a good day. (upbeat music) Florandis Rodriquez. Good morning Good morning She needs an interpreter. What is your name, please? Florandis Rodriquez. You’re gonna interpret for him? I’m gonna interpret for her. She doesn’t know English. You are related, you’re a sister? No, she’s my Mom. Oh, boy, you look so young. (quiet laughter) Who’s gonna do the talking? I’m gonna do the talking. Well, we have a problem here. Yeah, big problem. First of all, you have three different registration plates. [Judge} Now let me tell you what that means to me. That means to me you got a number of tickets, you didn’t pay them, so you changed the registration plate. Then you got a number of tickets on that plate, so you changed it again, saying they’ll never catch us. [Judge] Is that what it means to you, Inspector Quinn? Generally, that’s what they do Judge, yes. And then when they rack up tickets on the second plate, they go for a third registration. Yeah, that’s exactly what happened here. She is associated with three different cars, one is hers, then her husband, and then one is mine. Is all under her name. It’s gonna cost her three hundred dollars for these tickets and a one hundred dollar boot fee. It’s gonna cost her a total of four hundred dollars. (speaking Spanish) Okay, she’s saying if you could, if you could reduce it because she wants to pay it completely. Just to get over it. Tell you mother, alright, that the fine was one thousand, one hundred and fifteen dollars. [Judge] Tell her that. (murmuring) Talk into the mic so I can hear you. Tell her it was one thousand, one hundred and fifteen dollars. (speaks Spanish) But yeah, it was all my tickets because Tell her it was one thousand, one hundred, just sit down
okay Sit down, get the interpreter.
(mumbled chatter) Take a seat. This is Florindas Rodriquez. Alright. Tell Miss Rodriquez that her, her car has been booted. She knows that, and that the fines are, one thousand, one hundred, and fifteen dollars. (speaking Spanish) So I’m charging her four hundred and fifty dollars, total, tell her that. (speaking Spanish) So instead of one thousand, one hundred and sixty-five, she’s paying four fifty, tell her that. (speaking Spanish) Okay So tell her that I think she’s received enough of a break, that I’m not reducing it any more. (speaking Spanish) Okay Does she understand that? (speaks Spanish) So he registered the car, for him, so he could go to the university. And he’s receiving a lot of tickets. My sympathies are with her, but she had better straighten her son out, and tell him the way that she solves that problem is to take the keys and let him take a bus. (speaks Spanish) Okay Or she tells him to get a job and help pay for the tickets. (speaks Spanish) In addition to that, tell her that I wish her well. (speaks Spanish) Okay, thank you (speaks Spanish) (big sigh) All rise, and hit subscribe, so you don’t miss the latest viral moments like this one. Share these videos and weigh in on the cases. You be the judge. Subscribe now.

Can a beef steak cure a headache?


(funky music) Marisol Notel. Marisol, you’re charged with a red light on North Main and Branch. We’re gonna look at it, okay? Okay. There’s your vehicle, there’s your, wow. (chuckles) You were in a hurry. I was. Is there anything you want to tell me about this? Well my mom was in a hospital so I was going to the hospital that’s off North Main Street. What’s the name of it? M-m-mo, ugh, memorial I believe it is.
No, it’s Miriam. Miriam, sorry. Yeah, how’s your mom–
That’s where I was going ’cause my mom fell down the stairs and she had a big bump on her head so they took her to the hospital Yeah, you–
and I was going to meet her there. She was there already. Yeah, the ambulance had took her there. They were treating her. Yes.
Yeah, you’re not a doctor, you weren’t going there to treat her–
No, I was just (laughs). So you, (laughs) they didn’t say, oh we can’t move her until Marisol gets here. Oh, sorry. No I was just worried about her that’s why I was speedin’ like that. Inspector Quinn did you see this? Sorry. Uh, no your honor. I heard about the chase though. Oh, I think what happened was her mother fell down the stairs and her mother was at the Miriam Hospital, right? And she was rushing to the Miriam Hospital, right? And she went right through the light, did you see it? Oo. Yeah, she went right through the light. Now, even though her mother was at the hospital already, they called her and told her your mother’s got the bump on her head and she said, “Don’t touch her “’cause we have a family recipe to cure that.” So she went into the refrigerator and got a nice big thick steak, right? Butter.
And she was rushing to the hospital and the steak was still cold. They put the steak on the big bump and that way the swelling was gonna go down, right? Yeah, with a little bit of butter. That’s what happens, that’s what happened. You know who came up with that remedy, huh? President Truman. President Truman, when he was President, his daughter gave a recital at The White House and one of the reporters for The Washington Post, a fellow named Paul Hume, wrote a terrible, terrible, terrible review of his daughter playing the piano and singing. And Truman was so upset with the reporter that he wrote him a note and he said I hope we meet someday and when we do you had better have a beef steak in your pocket to treat a black eye. So, Truman now taught us all that you can have the swelling go down with a steak and she knew that and she was rushing to the hospital. (faint laughter) And he also taught us that you can’t sneak out of The White House without secret service to drop that in the mailbox. (laughing) Alright, did you get the steak there on time? No.
No, okay. I’m not making light of this. I’m trying to think of what would most of us do in those situations. Your mother’s at the hospital, you don’t know, she fell, does she have a concussion there, she’s got a bump–
Yeah, I didn’t know. Is she gonna go into a coma? You want to get there quickly and so forth. So, I’m gonna dismiss it and charge you $35 court cost. Thank you so much. Okay, your mom’s doing pretty good? Yeah, she’s doin’ good. Okay, keep those steaks in the freezer. I will. Okay, good luck. Why don’t you cook her one for dinner tonight? (laughs) Samuel DeLeon. This matter was pre-tried with the City Solicitor. You issued the original citation, is that right? That would be the parking ticket that he was issued awhile ago. We’re dismissing the red light ticket. This gentleman has a story behind the reason he went through the red light. So we discussed that. Do you want me to tell it or you want. No, I’ll have him tell it. Okay. Why did you go through the red light? I was being chased. You were being chased by the police officer? No, I was being chased by a blue Camry. By who? A blue Camry. Oh, a blue Camry? Did you know who was in the blue Camry? Not at all. You had no idea? No. For how long a period of time were you being chased? From off the highway. From off 95? Yeah, off of exit 19. Mhm. He cut from the fast lane, all the way to exit 19. Like, he cut all traffic, got behind the light, almost hit me at the first light when you first get off the highway, chased me to the next one. He was following me, he broke just because he seen the flash and then after that he takes off after me again to the next stop sign where he almost hit the car after I make the left. Okay, we have a video of it, let’s take a look at it. There’s your car. Then he stops ’cause he sees the flash and he goes right and as you see, at the end, he’s about to take off again after me. Yeah and then if you see, he’s about to take off again, he follows me to the next stop sign and after I make the left he almost hits a car tryna follow me some more. You were satisfied with the explanation? Yes, your honor. On the recommendation of the City Solicitor and Patrolman Kessler, I will accept their recommendation that the red light be dismissed. It will cost you $30 for the parking ticket. You got a very compassionate disposition from the city’s attorney and from Officer Kessler. I think, Officer Kessler, that there’s a little bit more to the story than we know. Yes, your honor. The court will accept the recommendation of the City Solicitor and the officer. It’s gonna cost you $30. Thank you officer for coming in.
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