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tv   Documentary  RT  November 21, 2018 6:30pm-7:01pm EST

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in your muscle always down to the dog and there is no relief. until we're just not to sure when this is just over. lessons became the place where my dream i felt like my dream could be realized and i would like to stay here. i was twenty seven when i came here. i was inside me and my girlfriend we had a we had
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a place together so i was paying half the rayney she was paying to have to live so we were inside for three years. i met on the street here using i got off the. gallery down to drinking beer but her liver had already ran its course she needs she didn't want to get on a liver transplant so. she died from cirrhosis of the liver and the title. and write songs is to use me based on something that i'm experienced or and something that's happened to me that's when the booze you know and then it comes from within i mean gospel. army booze country. they all have. they all tell stories. when i was here the last thing.
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that. if put them. as far as the streets well you never know what's going to happen in a day in a week that's how things go you know there's not just. here is everywhere is like wildfire in a los angeles county. you just look right across the street a couple of blocks when that was a whole nother game it does not get along with decide over here. we have your own history right here is how the gangs are broken down and caught then you have. basically three different types of gangs actively going on now you have a crips was most of them don't get along you have the list there star now not to get a loan or write a you have to see on the west side of compton and this is track new clark which is
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the park i'm standing there right now and the t p c c group are counting period. so that's it's never right and that's where i am in ca and my weapon dog man in the cinema. is always some type of big me going to want to kind of keep everything at a worse it was never like peace between businesses and the neighbors and the neighborhoods and the schools and the budgets and the whole east department everything was. back to some great and some to study and some obvious the town it. god drop the talent already i mean let it come out polies was kicking my dang it was basically kicking against my bloke and we needed and i had to speak out aggressive. gangsta rap for me you know i'm saying. was a cry for attention like you know this is what's going on over here we don't bring lights it is we don't make make sure that you guys know who's going. to make us the
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. whole. second this is part of the steve. i cannot talk to you right now i'm on i'm on camera i would speak to you about ten fifteen minutes a day in the head with that. ok. a business call. more work. more gigs more excitement. this is how i live.
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parlow someplace for you where you go to find jazz and blues and r. and b. . you find that you also upon the punk energy. you can live your life very safely and. or you can be loud. very very. and you can find other people who enjoy that same volume.
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the main a motion. that i feel for the city is constant motion constant velocity everything moves all at once and. sometimes it works sometimes we get in each of those way but there are like over
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like eight million of us in this city so we get along as best we can sometimes we don't but this is the excitement of the chaos that i live in this is what fuels by music this is what fuels me i like the noise don't ask me why i was born here i like the noise with us j.s. of a rock n roll or. this is what i have but i did. borrow one. i perform. whatever of the work is i've enjoyed performing with the people are sometimes you get lucky sometimes you don't this isn't wall street this is rotten.
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for her for her. father's it's great. for our friends for the city of public service jobs i think to just treat her who just came out of one of those films and.
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please please please. please. please. her. a lot of it started with the spirituals because the spirituals during the days of slavery were means of communication for. the slaves to communicate to each
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other about what was getting ready to happen like steal away steal away steal away to jesus they were getting ready to use the songs during the underground railroad to communicate with each other they were singing they were not allowed to read the bibles. and they were fleeing from from the south to the north and spirituals choir sing them but there they really have a message if you listen to. the it. was.
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the minister gets up to preach there should be nothing for him to do but to give the word and as the levites used to prepare the music and with the harps and the flute they prepared the way for for them for the message to. given and church music to me does the same when you don't have hope you know the song this is you know i need the every hour. and it's kind of like a prayer because it just helps you remember all the things that he's brought you through. because especially during times of sadness people are they
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don't have money. and sometimes you just need that song and sometimes it's not a docile song though it just may be a song just hearing joy to the world the lord has come and then now and then there's another version of there is joy to the. gospel just takes a different different twist to a song that we all know but it gives people hope i think that gospel music gives you hope it gives you peace and it gives you joy you know the young people they have a different beat you know. but they have a different be and so that then they come out with a new song still the same. from
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grace to read. it had to happen. had to happen there was it was inevitable we call against right now but it was actually story corps reality rare perfect example so easy lyrics he said whoa. about knowing just had to be so i've got to get drunk before my day begins before my mama start bitching about my friends basic you understand everything i'm saying right here my reality is simple . born and raised. fatherless child you know as i'm a father died when i was a baby mama was a crackie have for many we all have our stories i had to earn my respect in the streets in order to just survive and counted it was it was more of a necessity to say what you had to say like polies you know say i like the batter where you know sam i don't mean you know sand these are words that people
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understand we come from it so when you put that in a song death would everybody will gravitate. you know world of big part of a lot of things and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that made stream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the bath and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. cranking gave americans a lot of new job opportunities i needed to come up here to make some money i could
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make twenty five thousand dollars as a teacher or i could make fifty thousand dollars a year truck so i chose to drive truck people rush to a small town in north dakota was an unemployment rate of zero percent like gold rush is very very similar to a gold rush but this beautiful story ended with pollution and devastation a lot of people have left here i don't know too many people here and just slow down so much they lost their jobs that laid off the american dream is changing that's not what it used to be. and it's a tough reality to deal with. the russian military deteriorated terribly at the end of the soviet union and russia was always going to rebuild its military the question is how can we the united states and russia construct a relationship where we are both confident that all of the intentions or more
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confident of the intentions of the other so that we're not worried it's not that we shouldn't. but it we should make sure that our counterparts understand why we have it and when and where we would use. and he. was.
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people don't know what's going on they don't know what it's like for us over here you don't know what how hard it is just tell me. we're african music is coming from the soul. african-americans have struggled from the beginning that's not my game it is like only you know if feel what they feel. my people who struggled with. you know blues came from the cotton fields i mean so those people had a lot of. what i say. you know a lot of grievances you know not being. able to do what they want to.
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and not being free new york does sound like different from texas different from chicago new york has its own style i try to make mine stand out different from all you know still have the blues feel but different. start a plan and so i would buy a. three year two thousand and thirteen fourteen fixes it was. a five year plan in the south where. every day. monday through saturday i might take our one day play in the south way.
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every day. so as base near. i knew this was woman. everything all the. ranchman just like people working with a pay don't feel paid them feel beals meals meals. a day every read. this to keep you there get him say keep from band on which nonsense can be from a home that's you know. the sofa goes for me you are green which is like no other rain anywhere else in the world. like a movie. like the cleansings the fact is of the rebirth. it
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was the. lead and now. let me man. in the with the. one. ton somewhere in some. it.
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was around our world go on our own. out right. now some people you know that's. all they feel like this. you saying and doing what you know the do. and they don't mean now i don't care how good you are in the cell way it's not about how good she was it's just a lot of people just. so you give me what you will not a good thing going to be well. number one and number was dollars. dollars.
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dollars. dollars. dollars. i mean a dollar a dolly is what i had in the one dollar i mean more than this might be to turn. when the. whole was do end up i guess outs are in and so. since when has and then. told him aren't. god bless. american music is largely african. we got carried over here we care the music with us. the real heart because those was who don't have a lot of money. you're that. good that lauri's good the music itself.
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that's the heartbeat of our student. us. not the politicians not the rich real the heart what we do is the truth. it's not about money. it's the color of nature not the color of money. you want to really yorker you got you want a real musician you got what you want a real human being goddamned. third.
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third. yes so cause it's. like i was some lady in a trance i wasn't even the claim in her was she was the one traced but you won't gossip girl that's why you got a kiss after that scene trying to play the telephone game always get it bad with the with the african bam got to be a serious problem the rest of you guys come to play you say it is the all point to put some thought in such praise can't you just make space perfect foam rest mass you want to work off we gotta clean towel piece so nah mona lisa i'm cool this
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box i'm in pain you need to say. people just got a lot aggression up in here because you know the system is always on these people heads you know came through to. form a commission into slavery to be squashed inside of an area. dad was a lot of gunshots so i missed it going on people like to put in their artwork you know the best rider wins you know that's what's go to the competition out here now to see who comes up with the best on board as far as music there is a lot of things happening you know to where these guys like to get it off their chest bharati is all cultures be in. africa. you know people from africa african-americans however you want to call it black you want to call that we always have a world with people and in the arts is to be a no one in the english culture we have to die broaden their view sometimes how we
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use our words and how they use their words of the system that we live in now you know this is all wordplay an old action. likely part of a list tasteful plus when you see this punch he has to throw more stick in that bomb blast that result right oh gosh that's just so they got a number in this series and then he got me he did so by nature he. it corroding a box that's the fibonacci sequence. don't put the bigotry on the city slicker after putting it at their own end up listen they come out some but then don't jump the gun trying to avoid the shots that i know make a difference you get a rap sheet on a conference up as you know we've witnessed this. in the wrapping will be over after. dark the bar is hardly a bill by our what you seen around this not just by not. taking seems to be
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negative thing anybody that's part of. the negative or just the you know your former real is a you know. you know why people form the day you have your former life and are mired down. with a dry jeer. why you're not going to get rid of us. who will not go away you will not die quietly you brought us here just dump with us. let me. run.
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loose. thrown. in the united states there by the mccombs phone there with that man on control that we all get it back one day we all know that. no control that. one control is god. control them and they. are.
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to bragg's it or not to break that that is the question teresa mayes plan to exit has been roundly criticised from virtually every corner and with a looming deadline the u.k. could face a hard break without an agreement even early elections how did it get to this point . nobody could see coming that false confessions would be that in this population a problem for conviction. at any interrogations out there what you'll see is promise threat promise threat lie a lie a lie the process of interrogation is designed to put people in just that frame of
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mind make the most comfortable make them want to get out and don't take no for an answer don't accept their denials she said therefore which. sat on the statement that i would be home by the next day there's a culture on accountability and police officers know that they can engage in misconduct that has nothing to do with all the crime. iran's foreign minister describes donald trump that words as shameful for pledging america's continued partnership with saudi arabia as the u.s. leader shifts focus from the murder of journalist jamal khashoggi to both countries fight against iran.


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