Bible Was Inspired; Bible-Pushing Men Are Uninspired. (Fri, Aug 16, 2019)
Read below to see stories on Tlaib & Israel, LGBT vs YouTube, and Katy Perry.
Caller Log, courtesy of Jesse’s producer, Nick
Mayo from Austin, TX brings up a men’s history contribution for the show, Eustace Mullins. He also takes a stab at the biblical question. He says a Christian has the faith of Abraham. There are a lot of fake Christians. He challenges something Jesse says about anger by quoting the Bible verse that says to be slow to anger.
Earl from Michigan wants to correct James on some news he reported on, about Alabama football coach Nick Saban, who brought Mike Tyson to speak to his college team. They touch on integration, when blacks and whites started to go to school together, which Earl calls Affirmative Action. They also touch on affirmative action. Earl argues for Kamala Harris’ blackness as James shouts INDIA. What matters more is what happens in your life and how you deal with it not stuff that happened hundreds of years ago.
Samuel from Sweden wonders why no one talks about suicide. He doesn’t particularly feel bad for them because they might have gone to kill others with that hate. James remarks on how most of these mass shooters were suicidal prior to committing the crime. There is a push to legalize suicide and James finds it shameful that we promote these things. Nine NYPD officers have killed themselves this year and suicide is generally a male thing.
Ryan from Concord, CA thanks James for mentioning his story to another caller. People think they seek with all their heart but usually aren’t. A lot of us are lying about our intentions James says. Ryan brings up a topic and speaks on Fascism. He wonders about the original philosophers of fascism. Giovanni Gentile was a philosopher that, along with Mussolini, extensively wrote on Fascism. Mussolini was a Marxist, Communist until they concluded that they must merge socialism with nationalism.
Maze from Dayton, OH wants to know how much a postage stamp with Hitler face on it would be worth. She has something to get off her chest. She has a problem with the phrase the past is something we shouldn’t talk about but James corrects her saying it's not something we should never talk about but it's definitely something that doesn’t matter. James brings up the similarities between black history and what whites are going through now.
Mali from Boston, MA brings up last week’s church discussion about the bible. A church goer was hung up on Jesus being God and misquoting the bible. Mali wants to know where James stands on this. To James it’s good to read it. It depends on the person because some people are ready to read it and others have falsely learned the bible. To Mali it seems James is ignoring the bible as historical fact. A lot of people just repeat the bible thinking they know the truth which is a point that people like Mali seem to miss.
Val from Florida brings up Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib being banned from Israel. They touch on BDS and Netanyahu. They are embarrassed about white liberal men bending over to all this anti white stuff.
Chris from Kansas wants to jump in on the bible conversation from earlier. He remarks on how people like to interpret their own meaning of the bible and they say Jesus is God when he never said he was. Intellectuals will jump down your throat if you aren’t thinking exactly what they are thinking.
Scott from Colorado says Fox News has gone liberal.
Tlaib says no to Israel trip
She’s the one who wrote a letter appealing and saying she wanted to visit her grandma, saying it was her last chance. And she promised she wouldn’t support boycotts. So I guess she doesn’t care about seeing her grandma THAT much!
She says she’s about “fighting against racism, oppression & injustice.”
(CNN) Her family calls Palestine her homeland! The family statement said, "It should be her natural right, not a favor to ask for, to visit her homeland and family."
Trump got attacked for telling a so-called American citizen (an anchor baby) to “go back.” She says she’s proud of her “palestinian roots.” She tweeted a picture of her POC female self and said, “This is what America looks like,” which is a frequent anti-white meme. When they do that, its an, “In your face, white MEN.”
Joe Biden is a kiss-up to this crap, by the way. “An unrelenting stream of immigration” is what he wants.
I love that Trump is standing up for America and urging Israel to stand up for itself. The left claim to see Israel’s blocking the Muslim SJW “women of color” as “partisan” because they don’t believe in what’s right; they support what’s wrong.
LGBT video-makers sue YouTube claiming discrimination
Disgusting, shocking statement by BBC: YouTube's ad-placement and content moderation decisions are mostly made by algorithms, which can struggle with the intricacies and nuance of human life. YouTube does not place ads on videos about sex toys, as per its policies. But can its algorithms tell the difference between a "marital aid" and a prosthetic penis designed for a transgender man?
They allege that YouTube often labels LGBT-themed videos as "sensitive" or "mature" and restricts them from appearing in search results or recommendations. (They SHOULD be discriminating!)
What they’re really pushing for is more discrimination AGAINST Christians and common-sense people who say it’s wrong to accept and get into LGBT crap.
Another #MeToo against Katy Perry, from a woman
(Drudge) Katy Perry accused -- again… (Page Six) Russian TV presenter Tina Kandelaki alleged in a Russian newspaper earlier this week that an intoxicated Perry tried to kiss her at a party without her consent. “Once I was invited to a private party with Katy Perry, where she, being pretty tipsy, chose me as an object for the manifestation of her passion,” Kandelaki, 43, said, according to StarHit. “I managed to fight back, strength training was not in vain, and Katy instantly found a new victim for kisses, hugs and dirty dances.”
Perry, 34, is currently engaged to actor Orlando Bloom, but at the 2017 Los Angeles Gala, while accepting the National Equality Award, she opened up about exploring her sexuality while growing up with a strict religious background.