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spight serving roughly the same number of children and try to act like that doesn't influence a kid's entire life right when he or she doesn't get a good education i mean the kids of the wider schools are doing their homework on a mac books a lot is supplied by the school while the don white school kids are doing their homework on a big mac. you know that today kids the science class will be dissecting the double quarter pounder with cheese because the stay won't supply us with enough progress. this is when the liberals say that's because we have a racist president who hates funding the education of people of color actually that twenty three billion number is from twenty six team while obama was still in office but that can't be i thought obama ended all racial inequality brought people i love and took the pops to the world you know not exactly your only two words off though obama ended all reporting on racial inequality and see the difference i just stop
talking about systemic racism against black hispanic and indigenous people exist no matter who's in the white house let's move on to climate change right there can't possibly be racial disparity there hurricanes don't exactly only hit black people well unless you ask cnn's wolf blitzer there are so tragically so many of these people almost all of them are that we see are so poor and they're so black this is going to raise lots of questions. and that. is why wolf blitzer is the longest serving host in the history of bearded television. anyway those ridiculous comments aside the racism impacts communities of color after the floods have subsided to a new investigation found is that white communities nationwide have disproportionately received more federal buyouts after a disaster. then communities of color you see one of the things fema does is they
damage properties after emergency what federal disaster aid is not necessarily doled out to those who need it most but rather to those whose property is worth more and to those who own property in the first place we have a system designed to help the rich the most after a disaster when the poor need it the most because it's been proven by by scientists that rich people have more feelings than poor people right i mean that you never notice that they like me and stuff right so. we're. poor people don't even know when their house is washing away their only. desire and that's my son followed by. others but i wish i felt pain. yes some of the systemic racism does not originate in race but instead in the way the rich have crafted our laws and our systems to favor the rich so it's
a class right it's a it's a class. it's a class issue rather than a race issue unfortunately other factors of systemic racism such as hiring practices and who gets promoted the most make it so that white people are more likely to be wealthy therefore our country has a huge racial wealth gap data from two thousand and fourteen shows that black health holds hold less than seven cents on the dollar compared to white households the white house whole living near the poverty line typically has about eight hundred thousand dollars while black households in similar economic straits typically have a median wealth near zero that wealth gap that impacts where people live and that brings us to our third new studies which found a racial gap between who causes air pollution and who breathes it come on i know why people can. never seen a angry white guy with petrochemicals should not. says. they were what are we
talking about here well they're saying that while we tend to think of factories as the source of pollution those polluters wouldn't exist without consumer demand for the products air pollution is disproportionately caused by white americans consumption of goods and services but disproportionately inhaled by black and hispanic americans ok fine but why are black and hispanic americans breathing so i mean. come on slow it down a little paper skip every other brats just like just like people do when they're around rush limbaugh. called will power. so because of the wealth gap as well as the population differences white people create the majority of the pollution in the country and then minorities and breathing it in or drinking it in their water because they more often live in the corporate sacrifice zones the areas where the property value is lower and again that comes back to the wealth gap
now not really surprised all the white people create the most pollution by using and buying the most i have family members who own polish for the shoe tree that holds the shoes that their pet rabbit wears with so it's things to take care of things that go on things that are attached are not the right things or high standards. and making those things created pollution and the non white person is breathing in rabbit shoes you know micro particles a but dazzled cell phone cases nonwhite people drank last year it's messed up all right he's done just air and water pollution either white people also create the majority of the noise pollution in this country are you kidding. me just never shot of. all right so guys. then everybody is just wallow that craft
. point is a lot of this comes down to class and wealth not just race but race class and wealth are deeply linked and therefore i'm sorry systemic racism is a thing and it's in the schools it's in the air it's in the water it's in your television it impacts impacts every a reel of our lives and much like climate change we need to start fixing it rather than acting like it doesn't exist come to you or what i say. hey thank you welcome i'm larry king abdullah's take the news from behind everyone as you know
our hives are being ruined by the hardcore leftists radical famine nazis and the temp a jihadi right who claim to be servants of the lower but are clearly working for say ten. first they came for your gas powered cars and in fact many are saying we have to switch to green energy vehicles within the next eleven years since scientists say that's the point of no return for climate change but that's a bit extreme i mean we're going to change nearly every vehicle just to avoid extinction. i'll tell you what i'll be chav way twenty two years and only half of us go extinct they'll feel. the pinkos also want to take away your hamburgers grocery stores will soon be carrying the impossible burger which you'll recall restaurant can see customers have raved about because it tastes startlingly like the real thing and the burger even bleeds like a real one but my. any hardcore b.
fans have pointed out that the impossible burger is not as enjoyable as a real one because it doesn't have years of carefully crafted animal cruelty baked into it. you can just curious because i think. that's where the biggest lie. in that that's the secret ingredient protein. and i mean i think i speak for most human beings when i say the best part of a burger is knowing that you've got the upper hand on one of those but i got a holier than thou cows all right. specially in india where they are literally holier than thou. but inside sources have revealed the makers of the impossible burger plan to remedy this problem by punching a cow in the face for every burger so. thank you thank you impossible point is this is just one more elastic thing the west economy bastards want to take away from us if we let them they will undermine everything great about our society until they
don't have to the concrete that holds up the buildings well now they're going after the concrete to hold up the building go. back to the guardian had a recent exposé concrete the most destructive material on earth it turns out concrete is killing us don't let your children near it don't let it in your house what's up it is the house now our. concrete this is serious i'm not sure we can comprehend just how much of the earth we have already paid dover by the water of concrete is the most use substance on the planet well third if you count astroglide but. just don't confuse your concrete with your astroglide. bring new meaning to committed relationship but. yes we use a crazy amount of concrete in the time it takes you to read this sentence the global building. industry will have poured more than nineteen thousand bathtubs of
concrete so let that be a lesson to you viewers read the sentence slowly. we are. that is why i'm doing my part by only being semi literal literate literate literate . white right like right what. is the most severe but least understood impact of concrete is that it destroys natural infrastructure without replacing the ecological functions that humanity depends on for fertilization pollination flood control oxygen production and water purification photon pollinate bees can't just pollinate with concrete. i guess my dead birds and bees talk was for. but in a large recent studies scientists in the journal biological conservation are warning that unless humanity drastically and urgently changes its behavior the world
insects could be extinct within a century insects are also at the heart of every food web they pollinate the large majority of plant species keep the soil healthy recycle nutrients control past and we humans cannot survive without insects i guess insects are crucial i mean and they do even control pests without insects scientists estimate there would be upwards of three hundred tucker carlson's out there. for about four feet. below too hard on the talks. as a top rated show on fox news i'm sure he's it upstanding wonderful guy with a rocket. launcher and you know i mean literate material and keep. your zero sympathy for them or their culture a culture where people who don't use toilet paper or. those were different times
bag. was. one blatant racism and calling for the obliteration of an entire people was the no or i mean look how far we've come now you can only say that type of stuff if you're the president. of the big stick. keep in mind tucker carlson is welcomed with open arms by the biggest cable news channels here it was on c.n.n. for years now he's been on fox news for years thank goodness our mainstream media errors stuff like that but purges all the anti-war an anti greed voices were raised as a more genocide that stuff is perfect for television just as long as you don't hurt the feelings of a pharmaceutical company or a weapons contract this is long as you don't call out israel for war crimes which by the way even the united nations did this month saying israel killed one hundred
eighty nine palestinians almost all of them targeted live ammunition and almost all of them completely unarmed that story for the most part blacked out from your mainstream media imagine of the venezuelan military killed one hundred eighty nine unarmed people at their border i mean if venezuela farts in the wrong direction the us says we have to invade and bring down their government. but israel can massacre people not a problem meanwhile the european union is urging the world to abandon a militarized intervention in venezuela calling for dialogue to develop a peaceful political and democratic solution after the us backed regime change efforts and the us led stand at the border a few weeks ago clearly the problem in venezuela is real and even in the us the problem is borders are right they make people crazy and they can be. raising. like
a. i say let's get rid of them let's get rid of them i mean we we know from experience americans have no problem saying goodbye to borders. and even pays yes and even faze us so let's replace all national borders stay with me here with a wal-mart greeter ok. rather than so much anger and strive people approaching the border would be upbeat because if they get a warm hello from an octogenarian. old grandpa saying hi and we know there are wal-mart greeters available because walmart is getting rid of all the greeters right now well i think the greeters themselves are wonderful hardworking people i've often said the greeter at a wal-mart is like the come in where open sign on the front of a slaughterhouse so. so now wal-mart is just getting rid of the coverup and i assume this is because they didn't want to give customers the false
impression that walmart gives you. they might. you know they don't might sell you off but they will give you one and then they sell you will say made in america on it even though it was made in bangladesh and only assembled in america do you know if there's one thing we americans excel at it's assembling poor and to defraud the average customer is. pretty good it's a. pretty good as well at least a wal-mart stores don't use much concrete that would be really bad we have to go to a quick break but you can watch the first ten minutes of my standup comedy special for three thirty only only you can because. it's now free to watch the first ten minutes later on i would have thought.
it's up to the government to step in and be a player in the economy not just an enabler for monopolies you know the government should be competing for health care and drug prices they should be competing in transportation and education and they should offer an alternative people should be able to get a public utility bank for example account and get out of the matrix of the big wall street banks they don't have that option they should have that option and therefore you would restore some competition in the economy. and both of you know what the cost. for you. open up over to on the you come up for a fair amount of the still because you don't want to justify. putting up because
a couple of i don't want to show one to any e.g. you got me. of course there would be ok sign you know what you know full well for you i think you know how to. fish and you know you want to go there from. both get on for nothing. now that in a way that a few folks in. this photo want to feel a little united you so. much . they tasted view it has because at the top of the comments that what you god is they gave it to you it gives it not is that one thing is good. leaving the view is good yes but more curious what he
had gone because it's good for the day. so i do believe the board. was very welcome back thank you states are currently voting on harsher penalties for those who protest on property owned by oil or gas companies the bills raise fines to up to one million dollars in north dakota the bill is called. the protesters having an impact on oil companies you may not be able to destroy it with impunity anymore. here to report it is someone who are stocking oil companies they only go by me. thanks for joining us environmentalists are a danger to the environment. and i'm not just quoting a bright bar article the oil company enbridge said the same about protesters who
showed off their oil pipes in minnesota take a look and bridges speaking out tonight about the incident spokespeople saying it put people and the environment at risk the environment and risk there are the ones i would never heard of not throwing stones from a glass house believe they bulldozed that house years ago to make way for some hunter fracking but i get your point last year the dakota access pipeline how did it first leak before it was fully operational so ricin earth lovers step aside because sabotaging the environment is the oil industry's job. they only learn you're that's exactly why people are involved in this kind of direct action to protect water to help people live and die in these opinions of yours are going to get very expensive ok these pills in these bills you have a fine of one thousand dollars simply for protesting on oil come. own land and one
million dollars for any organization affiliated with protests so no greenpeace should give up canvassing and start mugging people in the street. they can say hey do you have a moment for the environment because if you don't sonny the bodybuilder bodybuilding vegan will make you. one million dollars is crazy the laws will silence dissent in the name of protecting corporate property this is anti-american to leap from the gulf stream waters of mississippi to ohio it cost one million dollars to oppose pipelines this is part of a wave of anti protests bills written by alec and the koch brothers and sponsored by the petroleum industry what makes this bill unique is that it's hard it's conspirators who have vicarious liability for damage done in a protest conspirators with the whole does that mean yeah well the oil companies tried calling the activists terrorists and never really caught on so. where it
leads too soon for those who remember nine eleven i don't. know we needed something just a vague but also sinister conspiracy are people housing activists handing them blankets when it's cold and worst of all this can lead to the pipeline protestors having high moral compass very dangerous more dangerous than the water protective perdiem george soros is giving them. i hear they even have better stock options than i do come on this there's no money you bro testing people lose money well because they have to devote their time their lives their energy to this conspirator bill is based on false premises it completely it's called the critical infrastructure act what's critical infrastructure even mean that's. critical infrastructure is the bedrock of our economic system which. could mean it can be anyplace with
a fence or a sign so pipelines nuclear chemical or electric plants train tracks train stations radio stations television station parking lots gravel pits a doggie run come on you. you could i knowingly be sitting on critical infrastructure as you watch this show and that's probably just enough to prosecute you so. just to be safe everyone should change the channel no no. don't change the channel only this episode really hurt my stocks now we're. going to iraq war protesters there before to the quest to stop walking out more people than ever before for that let's go to redacted correspondent natalie mcgill . usually when you're number one at something you want to let the whole world know
your achievement. except some of the stuff america is really good at would look really weird on a phone number one hand. but thanks to grassroots activism it looks like we're finally getting real about not being number one in at least one thing being the world's number one prison state especially since last week j.p. morgan decided to cut financial ties with private prisons the big bank finally relented when activist groups who were part of the corporate backers of hate campaign sent a merry achi band and protesters with break up with prison signs to the town house of j.p. morgan chase c.e.o. jamie diamond wait a minute. whatever i want someone to stop doing something i don't like all i got to do was play mereology music.
inmates themselves made their mark in the fight for reform to win last summer prisoners nationwide went on strike for three weeks to protest modern day slavery which is perfect for private companies trying to save money like those whose customer call centers use prison labor instead of outsourcing their call centers overseas even the bureau of prisons federal prison industries called the use of inmate labor the best kept secret in contact centers well the one thing we can agree on is it's best if this was kept a secret. but now i know and i can't see it so i guess who ever thought revealing this was a good idea also spends time explaining magic tricks and ruining cookouts by
revealing what hot dogs are made out of. in arkansas where prisoners still work for free state lawmakers took notice and sought a constitutional amendment last month to ban forced inmate labor states like florida south carolina arizona and nevada have either proposed or passed laws that addressed prisoners' rights of course that doesn't mean they were met with scrutiny like in new mexico where the new mexico district attorney's association disagrees with a current state legislature proposal to reduce our drug possession charges from felonies to miss the meters they believe it incentivizes addicts to steal your. and in the socio interim release said it's not the alcoholic who is going to steal it it is the heroin addict sick needing a quick fix to make himself feel better who drives away in your ford focus or stole that necklace that your grandma left you i doubt my grandmothers who've
collectively birthed fifteen children have any material wealth and i haven't seen a ford focus on the road since their ad which touted escaping from the trunk in a tight parking space as a selling point. and the federal first steps act which is aimed at prisoner rehabilitation and reducing harsh sentencing isn't without scrutiny too specifically a part of the law that would create a risk assessment tool to determine who's at risk for going back to prison or eligible for early release and activists are rightfully concerned given that risk assessment tools have been found to disproportionately inflate risk levels for people of color activists in and outside prison and state lawmakers must continue to make sure change happens everywhere it every. and it also means you're going to hear a lot more marry outside music. that that's q. cookies instead of one. that. the poured in from one of
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a bit but feel. during the great depression which i'm old enough to remember there was most of my family were employed. there wasn't it was bit you know much worse objective listen today but there was an expectation of the things were going to get better. there was a real sense of hopefulness there isn't today today's america was shaped by the turn principles of concentration of wealth and power. reduced democracy attack so low down engineer elections manufacture consent and other principles according to no i'm colmes to one set of rules for the rich opposite so. that's what happens when you put her into the. roof. which
is dedicated to increasing power for just as you'd expect one of the most influential intellectuals of our time speaks about the modern civilization of america. is gone into a nihilistic fever. and out that traveling across america to find what makes america the shah would say is that this place especially america this is a weak point. we always are on the brightest and. we're starting with. the beginning headed east into the swamp we're going into the belly of the bees i think i want to leave now doesn't get him oregon. it may be
completely different but end of this. scale. more unrest in paris where the yellow bus are back on the streets for an eighteenth weekend in a row you're looking at the latest pictures a producer for archie's video agency roughly was hit by a rubber bullet filming the protests. also this hour the man behind the worst massacre in the modern history of new zealand has been charged with murder after shooting forty nine people in two mosques manifesto that surfaced online just before the assault do that nonwhite invaders are threatening the existence of all european.