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or a woman is going to worry about they just don't know but i think the hard part is in them being someone comfortable because it works when i see that when they're when those people are scared of my good you should think about so fair one of the things and that reaction didn't really fall neatly into the category as a sort of race and politics some people you thought might be a little put by it weren't the new yorker felix noted that quote a lot of black people hate it when the music video forces viewers to relive countless traumas before immediately forcing them to then dance what is your reaction to that criticism of covers approach to getting us all to talk about these issues. is it insensitive or needlessly overly sensitive is there this idea where that trauma is their thing where people in trying to tell the story or at the end of the day i don't even know when you get that quote a lot of black people hated it one of these people you know you are a lot of people hate everything just like
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a lot of people love everything so that's not really like a fair thing and even that type of thinking is what's wrong with this country today the idea of you can just put all of these different types of black people in a box think that they are all of the black people spoken to like you a lot of the like you you're not going to you're not really going to say that about any other race you're not going to see you know oh yeah you know a lot a lot of curious you know you're not going to say that what you're going to do to black people so that person is proud instantly problematic and the reason why we need videos like this i mean and when you look at lex there were things that glover was doing in the video it's really incredible i mean because like i said everyone can kind of watch it and see different things that suddenly speaks to them and that's the strength of powerful are you know when i saw the video and saw how he was moving the facial you know what he was the faces he was making things like whoa you know that reminds me a lot of like the jim crow era you know. well. it's like where alex jones out to do
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i saw a minstrel just. listing letter layer. when i look at alex jones and i see because he screams and he turns really until his skin is about the pop like he's he wants to be ric flair or something you know just like summarize this this whole thing what donald glover did is what kanye west is trying to do here is speaking directly to the people and the issues in a way that's brilliant and transformative he's been with illusions you know people say oh my god he shot the people to deliver fellowship with those people before he murdered them in cold blood before those offices picked him up what i consider to be like a silent you know thank you they bought him a burger you know this is america this is what happens here and it's alex jones piers webb it guys and peg now does this stuff the things that they say it can never hold any weight it's interesting when you mention the kanye west thing because it's like you know this came right on the heels of that whole kanye west
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explosion we talked about it on the show and it's not surprising that like many of the kind of lazy or hot takes on the video is comparing like glover to kanye you know damon young at the group kind of blasts the saying of the myriad of takes i've seen so far the only truly terrible one is that he is now some sort of anti kanye west glover and the reason he says he says is that this both idolizes glover while passing judgment on who represents blackness better is this desire to juxtapose the two misguided in the long run has no one has nothing to do with the other there's not you know my thing is this coming out of the reason why because coming out a whole lot of media attention for the make america great song going to make america great in everything that he's done with his dragon energy friends so what i'm saying is that you know at the end of the day that's the desk that's the b.s. play stuff that nobody has time for this. something that's true so i don't think we
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play i don't think we're playing against each other but i'm saying vis has meaning in truth. is based on nothing this. doesn't even know about some of riis's things that are connected to jeff sessions career he's a car you do know about a lot of the families being deported and broke up he's completely oblivious to all of the pain that. has caused so it's like that's a joke so if you can do or something you don't need to repeat that even at the ball print you know any print that the fine print not the bold print anything but then you've got a person who's shown how ugly this country can be desk can stand on its own we were going to miss a call you are measured going but we don't really have to think it's like i think it's really unfair to artist when you're saying you're saying i'm going to compare the two and see who says what better who says what different because at the end of the day you judge each the work that the individual person does and you look at that work because like you say the moment you get into like the fighting of pop culture then you're not paying attention to the message of the song you know then
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you're not paying attention to what donald glover is trying to say i will say that i think that what donald glover is doing is what conny thinks he's doing in his head i think that's where the connection goes and that misinterpretation and the other thing i want to bring up before we run out of time today is it's time an insult to bring up another pop culture of. pop culture though there's some. love in my cd. these are five years old if you don't know this pro trump activists they've. apparently are taking a cue from from kanye in their speech before the annual n.r.a. convention in dallas recently and what they are saying is that black and white america alike don't need to have been saying that they don't need a slave mentality anymore and this sort of an oppressed people need to what they said quote walk off the plantation like that's a choice again it's sort of in this slavery is a choice and i wonder isn't there. new trend of plantation and slave metaphors
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enter wealth and a conservative talking points. it's infuriating so late why doesn't that sparked outrage to use things like lynching and plantation and all of this imagery to say like how they're being oppressed as conservatives because dumb it is still two of the most goofy misguided unintelligent. freak shows like this silly just goofy so it's like you can like it's really hot like so kanye can spark up outrage you know people get upset because he's actually has a leg or he's created some is word that touched a lot of people they've never done anything important it loves like they're very goofy they're very silly and you know when they speak like this and enter into slavery like how dumb is that like how do you like that how double it was that like but in the from print on emancipation proclamation was it like like passed out the pm flight to pass out flyers with your probes little guy what point going to. the
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dumbest thing i've heard in my life you know that my ancestors fought with the n.r.a. in the civil war you know the farm the civil war i'm cans people who wanted to own slaves they were part of the enemy so people i've done and what i can't is only as who uses plantation tell us what they are doing is that they're running towards the plantation they're going to sow the plantation the men trying to make out the feel and in trying to get a house and they want to like serve tea and biscuits they don't want to like be picking cotton you know you know it's you know thinking about this is america real quickly i also want to point out how how much bravery this guy had been doing this video right now because he's got one of the biggest summer movies disney star wars movie coming out in like a week or two plane land ok well received and he drops a piece of the you know going to be controversial but it has a powerful message that's that's that's a powerful artist standing up and doing some brazen that's what we do our cities are out of power oh yes. a sense of fear so that there is very very easy to
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cling to a right wing agenda or some type of right wing media it's very safe that they have a lot of pros they have the most popular news shows they have the biggest goods it's very easy to read towards them it's very difficult to stand up stand on your own two feet and so the truth this is a country where you kid kill people treat the guns with more love than the truth the actual that's the truth or all the thank you for coming on and educating those today always a pleasure. interacting with other human beings can be so exhausting which is why the rich and famous have personal assistants to fetch them coffee organize their schedule and most importantly make restaurant reservations well google has made the choice of having their own assistant accessible to the rest of us they demonstrated their newest system and it's a tad more human than well your average human watched the google assistant call and
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make a dinner reservation. like giving people when. they would be room. for people or people. and then when. those lists and causes you heard were the robot it's part of the design to make the digital voice seem not only more lifelike but so the other person on the other end isn't even aware that they spoke to a robot of course there's personal assistants to the rich and famous are not of a job yet sense you know in order to use google assistant all your data will be taken up by the artificial assistant and use it to make your life slightly easier but also ultimately end up on an essay hard drive. in if corporate america doesn't want to find ok too. i thought about cars well i don't
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mean everyone i suggest that was the group be our kids are still going to remember but in this world we're not told to love nothing so tell you all i love you i am tired robot and i am having a lot of people watch mills talks have a great day and night of. deep seated pisces. milton's i would say i'm not american but americans helped out really. world war two cures of the depression far united states is concerned prosperity of course from store. for the for us the whole world what it what and. historical rewrite ever since
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world war two to foment the cold war against russia against communism and. socialists nish bush. the so you call me out she also goes to swat when we're so used to call them go. well i think world war two has been the story credibly by the anglo-american media and that's because they wanted to minish the role of russia. and stalin who actually defeated hitler. has supported to note that armenia is not ukraine or georgia and that our experience is unique to certain extent we're building on the success and the field years of past efforts to address the issues that you're talking about so in many ways we have a leg up on anything that's been tried in the. asked this is not
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only. big stock with the cia veteran is thrown out of the confirmation hearing for donald trump's pick to head the agency amid protests over the nominees reported involvement in torture programs. the us president blames iran for havoc in the middle east after announcing washington would remagen its commitments under the iran nuclear deal i don't think they do understand life if you look at what's happening in the middle east with syria with yemen with all of the places they're involved it's bedlam in death the u.k. says it will continue funding controversial aid group the white helmets despite on going accusations that it's a propaganda outlet for terrorists. are
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not a poke in the morning here it is just a thanks for joining us on our theater national your world news on the hour every hour. u.s. president donald trump's controversial pick for cia director has been grilled at a senate confirmation hearing about her alleged involvement in the torturing of political prisoners the session was interrupted by protesters denouncing the nominee. was was. was ok.


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