Darren Nesbitt on Sunday Wire. 'The Light Newspaper' man. An anthem maker, with an attitude and radiance to match. More, Sun. Wire, surprises. The weekly show is the best in Britain. And; '...you can't cancel someone who has always been cancelled', Morrissey. Big Sounds 21 Wire, 5 pm... smashin' it, for sure. Fresh, like the music. A Set, ...more than 'an intro'. Knock Out. Boiler Room, now Patrick (refreshed page). Music, Hot. 'See clearly' y'all. Mum 'home', new bod., new earth/ theology/ peace 'n love, MJ.
December 11, 2021
...should be out soon.
KISS, ...and a comment; 'This sounds like something out of September 1981. The first two songs were extremely popular during that time. Never Too Much by Luther Vandross and Paradise by Change were also major hits during that time. That time was probably the height of euphoria for me. I was entering my first year of high school and funk was relatively new to me. It was very exotic to me since early 80s funk was mostly underground and vilified by the majority in the valleys in S. CA. You could only hear a few funk tunes on one radio station. Ironically, after 1983 black music became acceptable, but it was also when funk degenerated and morphed into something with too much electronica and boring, predictable, ubiquitous sounds and beats. Glad to see a revival of quality early 80s funk. It had the perfect mix of electronic, vocals and real instruments.'
With his extraordinary new book, The Real Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health, RFK, Jr. has made it very clear that he will not allow Orwell’s 1984 totalitarian boot to stamp on his face. His is a very rare moral courage, and he is asking us to join him, before it is too late and we enter into a new dark age, in recognizing and resisting the evil forces intent on stamping out democracy around the world. He is not pulling his punches with language as he accuses the political-intelligence-media-money-medical-corporate-pharmaceutical conspirators of executing “the controlled demolition of American constitutional democracy.” For a brilliant and highly accomplished lawyer and excellent writer and speaker, the choice of those words “controlled demolition” is clearly intentional.
Ignore the C-19 and False-Flag/Fake Event blindness. Talk about rap and metal (music) – is the one that I wanted to find. Intend to write to Alexander, (after, Steve H., and Jordan), offering encouragement and support.
As I walked into the local supermarket today, I noticed a few things. First, the gate controllers enforcing the latest nappy mandate did absolutely nothing as I walked in nappy free.
Secondly, I observed many people were also going about their business nappy free which considering the first time the nappy mandate came out last year I was the only person not wearing one which chimes with an impromptu survey I conducted last week with people who had both clots shots, yet, got Covid -19. Yes, I know it hasn’t been isolated or purified but they were diagnosed with it.
Thirdly, it also suggests that many many many people are not having the booster clot shot hence why the international pharmaceutical corporations entity called the U.K. government have been using their organs of propaganda to allude to a plan C.
Robert Warren Dale Shakespeare was born on 27 September 1953 – 8 December 2021, he was a Jamaican bass guitarist and record producer, best known as one half of the reggae rhythm section and production duo Sly and Robbie, with drummer Sly Dunbar. Regarded as one of the most influential reggae bassists, Shakespeare was also known for his creative use of electronics and production effects units.He was sometimes nicknamed "Basspeare".
[00:00] Jordan introduces Anthony/ Explains how he discovered his work and started to agree with many of his core observations/ Anthony talks about the beginning of the discovery of attitudes in the British "underclass"/Examining domestic violence issues and mating in the "Underclass"/The tendency for less monogamous societies to have difficulty with increased levels of aggression and violence with severely impacted traditional family structure./ Debating reasons lower class are, unintentionally perhaps, leading to the destruction of the family and lives they would like to have./ Looking at the possibility of a universal income as a negative influence on society, a welfare state./ The issues of judgement, its fallibility but also its necessity when creating productive societal structures./ Using the idea of existential equality with patients. Anthony tells many stories from his time consulting in prison/ The toxic cult of sentimentality, the terrible danger of infantilizing people who are expressing emotion. Trying to define genuine empathy./ Is there learned helplessness in advanced western populations? Examining the success of poor immigrants to the success of poor locals in western society./ Looking at serial relationships, are they the problems or a symptom of other things. Jordan outline why he believes that serial relationships only work in an extremely small special set of circumstances that can actually lead to some form of happiness./ Attitudes on education, teaching children to read, examining the issue of creating and imposing structure on people as a form of judging what is worthwhile and not./ Jordan summarizes the current argument that Anthony is making about the British underclass up to this point. How do we pick metrics to decide if issues with lower classes are improving or decreasing? Anthony uses the story of Jack The Ripper to illustrate an interesting point./ What has been the impact of writing on the subject of the poor in his life? Are there others writing about similar topics?/ The similarities across countries in the poorest of the poor and the problems that pervade their subcultures./ What was the emotional impact on Anthony on encountering all the pain and suffering in his patients./ How did his conclusion transition into his clinical practice for the better?/ Wrap up.
It is with a broken heart and utter devastation that today I have had to resign from the company that I founded in 2004, the company I built from scratch and bears my name, the Rosie Kay Dance Company. I have been left in a position where I have no alternative but to do so because of the way the Company has treated me. The Board of Trustees has betrayed my confidence, my trust and failed in their duty to protect the purpose of the charity.
I read a biography of Iggy Pop years ago, it wasn't a negative portrayal overall, wasn't a hit piece and according to that book Iggy liked young girls and right up until the late 70s/early 80s he would have relationships, actual relationships, with the knowledge of the parents-with very young girls. 13-14 or so. When Iggy sang "my girlfriend Betsy she's just fourteen" in the song "Dog food" from the 1980 album the Soldier, he really did have a 14 year old girlfriend called Betsy. Iggy was in his early 30s by then. [https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/iggypop/dogfood.html]. There is a lot to dislike about the behaviour from him and many others, the singer of Aerosmith Steven Tyler had an extremely young girlfriend, 15 or so and she got pregnant and he forced her to have an abortion, it was very very common and without defending any of it, I think it is worth remembering that it was a very different time and that there was a lack of understanding of the damage caused to young people who engaged in sexual relationships with older people. [https://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/music/11-rock-stars-who-allegedly-slept-with-underage-girls-7980930]. It ran really deep in the 1970s, highly respected beat poet Allen Ginsberg was a public member and advocate for NAMBLA, the North American Man Boy Love Association, a group whose sole purpose was to advocate for paedophilia. Ginsberg appeared at a NAMBLA press conference on at least one occasion. But when I came to know of Ginsberg's work, in the early 1990s, he was lionised, no-one said "Oh Allen Ginsberg, wrote some ok things but he is a total piece of shit paedophile advocate." That is what I would expect to happen today but Ginsberg was completely untainted, he had a cameo on a Clash album in 1982, he worked with Paul McCartney in the mid 90s just before he died. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allen_Ginsberg]. To me it is seems like in the late 1960s to early 70s there was a kind of cultural year zero and suddenly everything was permissible and by the end of the 1970s people realised that it had gone way too far but agreed not to hold things against people who had done unacceptable things during that time. I was too young and in too much of a backwater to experience any of that directly but it seems to be what happened. I hold Crowley against Page, I hold the abuse against them, Zep were trash on many levels but the predilection for young girls was actually pretty standard for that time and those circumstances.