At Oakland Tech High School in California a liberal teacher invited an anti-Trump activist into his classroom to teach his students how to protest President Donald Trump and encourage them to sign up for an organization designed to protest Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrests and attend meetings to organize against the president.
When the video begins the lesson is already ongoing, and the activist details how he and his associates have protested ICE arrests, kept people from being deported, and created an activist network that can swarm any ICE checkpoint as soon as it is formed.
“So the signup sheet is to sign up, and even if you signed up for something previously sign up for this as well,” the activist encouraged the students, “but also we are um, we’d love everyone to come to the meeting tomorrow as well, so write a star next to your name if you’re interested in the meeting tomorrow.”
“And also we are providing transportation,” the activist finished.
One of the students, clearly fed up with being taught how to protest the president at school, asked the activist “What is your policy on immigration, do you believe we should just open it up entirely and let everyone in, just let them walk through?”
The activist’s response to the student was “Yeah, because an economy is as strong as its people, and if there was no jobs at any particular moment it’s not because, uh, there’s too many people, it’s because people like Donald Trump are not being forced to hire us,” he continues, “it’s because there’s not jobs, healthcare, and education for all.”
This is the type of brazen brainwashing our children are subjected to in the public school system.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with daughter Ella-Grace waves to the crowds during the start of the rodeo at the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alta., on Friday July 15, 2016. Leah Hennel/Postmedia
In yet another example how the Media Party protect Liberal PM Justin Trudeau by hiding or omitting anything negative that makes him look bad came from his visit yesterday to the Calgary Stampede where he was booed.
Kristen Odland is a reporter for the Calgary Herald so this is obviously a credible source which if the media in Canada was ethical and unbiased would have produced front page headlines and lead stories on the national news.
Instead, the only response was to condemn those who booed Trudeau.
Yedlin, who is a columnist for the Herald, was asked why she was so upset about Trudeau getting booed as politicians get booed all the time yet she refuses to respond, and really are you surprised?
So here we have multiple reports of Trudeau being booed but you’d be forgiven for not knowing about it as the only story mentioning it was this by the Herald’s Emma McIntosh:
Though many in the audience were excited to Trudeau, the response wasn’t all enthusiastic. Boos could be heard from the other side of the stadium…
By the way, that was buried 8 paragraphs down.
And what was the headline that they ran you ask?
Trudeau delights Stampede-goers with rodeo visit (see here)
Tell me if Stephen Harper had been booed somewhere it wouldn’t have been a massive story with screaming front-page headlines.
Keep telling me there is no such thing as a Media Party while you’re at it, because this isn’t the first time this has happened.
The goal of this podcast is to explore all the different sounds and genres that House Music has to offer. Your host John Douglas has been honing his craft behind the wheels of steel for 17 years all over Canada and wants to share the music that he feels so passionately about. Not everybody understands house music, but we do. Get ready to dance.
1. Umami – Sunny (Original Mix)
2. Aback – My Finger Is On The Button (Chemars Black Sunday Mix)
3. Topa – Wanna Do (Original Mix)
4. Bob Sinclair – Darlin’
5. Casablanca & Dave Fogg – She Wants (Charlse Feelgood Remix)
6. Stranger Danger – Harlem Joy feat. Kenjo
7. Joey Chicago – It’s You
8. Bobby & Klein – I Want Sax (Jonene’s Feeling Saxy Remix)
9. Sister Sledge – Got To Love Somebody (remix)
10. Francis Jilla – Walking On A Beam (Original Mix)
11. Whitenoize – In My Younger Days (Original Mix)
12. DJ Leroi – Heartbreaker (Clio Remix)
13. Shadow Child – The Only One
14. Rodney Hunter – Midas (Bionic Youth Remix)
15. Promonova – Fire Burning (Sonny Fodera Remix)
16. Agent 818 – closer
17. House Republic – Nuggetz (Ralph Good Bad Boy Remix)
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The goal of this house music podcast is to explore all the different sounds and genres that house music has to offer. Your host John Douglas has been honing his craft behind the wheels of steel for 17 years all over Canada and wants to share the music that he feels so passionately about. Not everybody understands house music, but we do. Get ready to dance.
1. Cloud 6 – Do You Want Me Baby (Dusky Remix)
2. The 1200 Warriors – It’s Like (Sonny Fodera Remix)
3. Bob Sinclair – Fuck The Disco (Original Mix)
4. The Jackson Conspiracy – Off The Wall (Dirty Freek Remix)
5. Doman & Gooding Feat. Dru & Lincoln – Runnin’
6. Shitz n Gigglez – Heavenly Boutique
7. Charlie Hustle – Swing On Theeze
8. Carlo Caldareri – That’s Cool (Anhanguera Favela Re-Rub)
9. Random Soul Feat. Kyla Sexton – Are We (Scott Diaz Farewell Dub)
10. Cleptomaniacs – All I Do (Original Club Mix)
11. Francis Jilla – Walking On A Beam
The goal of this podcast is to explore all the different genres and sounds that house music has to offer. Your host John Douglas has been honing his craft behind the wheels of steel for 16 years all over Canada and wants to share the music that he feels so passionately about. Not everybody understands house music, but we do. Get ready to dance, this is TwoWheelUnion Presents.
1. Tiefschwarz – Ghosttrack (Blackstrobe Remix)
2. Milton Channels – Abacaxi (Orginal Mix)
3. Rodney Hunter – Midas (Bionic Youth Remix)
4. Shadow Child – The Only One
5. Tommy Largo & Menno Overvliet – Warm Night (Scrubfish Remix)
6. The Scrapped Ones – Close The Door
7. Sebastien leger – Seems so far
8. Bob Sinclar – Darlin (Brian Tappert full vocal mix)
9. Dusky – Careless
10. Shiba San – Okay
11. Maxim Lebedev – I can Feel It
12. DJ Fudge – Cali
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Paulo Henrique Costa kicked UFC Fight Night Fortaleza off in style as the young prospect laid a beat down on South Africa’s Garreth McLellan.
The debuting fighter tore into his foe with power punches and elbows to the head and when McLellan was rocked, Borrachinha knew how to finish the fight. “Borrachinha” unleashed a fury of punches and dropped McLellan just 77 seconds into the fight.
The goal of this podcast is to explore all the different sounds and genres that house music has to offer. Your host John Douglas has been honing his craft behind the wheels of steel for 16 years all over Canada and wants to share the music that he feels so passionately about. Not everybody understands house music, but we do. Get ready to dance.
1. The F Word (Martin’s Monster Mix) by Queen La Teacher
2. More & More (Mike MD & Chris Rockford Remix) by Captain Hollywood
3. Don’t Mess with Us by Hustle & Flow
4. Deep At Night (Adam K & Soha Remix) by Ercola vs Heikki L
5. Shake (Primo Mix) by Off The Cuff
6. Saxtrack by Sebo K & Metro
7. Raw Cuts #3 by Motor City Drum Ensemble
8. Dance Me Dance You by Larry Fives
9. This is Sick by Solid Groove.
This is an old set I recorded back in 2009 with vinyl.
Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong vs. Marat Grigorian (Lightweight Title Fight)
Fabio Pinca vs. Mosab Amrani
Dylan Salvador vs. Hysni Beqiri (Tournament Finals)
Hysni Beqiri vs. Antonio Gomez (Tournament Semi-Finals)
Dylan Salvador vs. Anatoly Moiseev (Tournament Semi-Finals)