The Deen Show – Andrew Tate says this to Owen Benjamin For LIKING Shariah Law – THOUGHTS Sneako vs Sean Strickland

The Deen Show
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss various issues related to Islam, including political and media topics, "immoral war" problems, and the "monster culture" of the world. They emphasize the importance of mind control and "monster culture" of Islamic society, where men are viewed as fearful of women and the world. They share experiences with violence and the "igrigrigr" label used by some, and end with a brief advertisement for a tour of Bosnia.
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Please welcome Owen Benjamin even you had a agitate he was like Welcome brother who was great try to be more mature as a person

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is that going well so let me come guys how you doing my next guest comedian farmer my favorite thing to do in the world in my I'm now in my 30s I'm trying to grow up you know, also a former player in the Hollywood scene. Oh and Benjamin you enjoy the the highlife.

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laughing Oh when Benjamin talking about this stuff is heavy man. Goes he goes in. Please welcome Oh in Benjamin. You're trying to build $1 center here. Islam has filed a Salaam Alaikum brothers and sisters. This is exactly why we need the deen center because we have over 300 million Americans who know nothing about Islam like this guy.

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To build a data center in our country from Surah nine is the most violent chapter of the Quran. The dissenter will be a source of light, a mega Dawa center and educational center, helping our brothers and sisters in humanity, truly understand Islam and Muslims.

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He's been featured on punked and Comedy Central live, and he's also been on the Jay Leno Show. And here he is, in fact, his name is Owen Benjamin.

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I wanted to talk to you about social media. Okay, because I love you. I love you too. I think you're very good guy. I really do. He was also the script writer for the Steven Crowder show. Inbox is like a shop.

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That's so funny. Actually, he created a theme song that was sung by Tommy Robinson, the rebel news. It's called how they rule you.

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Here again on the Dean show, my friend Owen Benjamin.

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Miss Love, this is the dijo.

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Show Welcome to the dean show, the Dean show.

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Thanks for having me, man. Those credits are always so funny to me.

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Because it's like, it was such a light switch went off in my head when I realized that

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when they say Muslims or Islam when they're referring to mass migration, it's such a dirty little trick, isn't it? Because that was authentic. I was never a shill. I was never,

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you know, paid by anyone or trying to hurt anybody for an agenda. I literally thought that, you know, mass migration. I didn't know anything about Islam. You know, I thought that all the Fox News stuff was right.

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But then I started learning why there's so much mass emigration as usury, you know, and then I started being like, you know, the how they really a song. I don't know if you know, that whole story, but I was gonna play it for Tommy Robinson at one of his rallies. But they saw on my YouTube that I was making fun of Jews. And they were like, Oh, we can have this and I'm like, What are you talking about? Where like the rebels were standing up. And then I realized something was seriously wrong with that situation. Because I'm like, No, I made fun of everybody. Like I always say that I'm a sacred cow, slaughterhouse, you know, so it's like, Canadians, Danish people. Jews. I'm like, you

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know, I had Paul week just making fun of the Apostle Paul. You know, it's like, I'm that guy. And so when I realized that they couldn't take Jewish jokes, I was like, Oh, you guys, there's some fraud going on here. Let me get into this tweet. This is a tweet that you did. That caught a lot of people's attention. I'm gonna go ahead read it out and then we can go ahead and get into it. This is on x. You can check out Owen Benjamin there. People keep asking me if I'm Muslim. I've never read the Quran so I can't be but I really liked Sharia law. It's cleaner destroyed. Subversion promotes wealth, no income tax and the jizya. The tax of non Muslims is very small, and excludes you from

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military service. The Judeo Christians love to point out Georgia as oppressive oppression, when just its existence shows you can not only be a Christian and a Muslim country, but your taxes go down. There is no more usury and * promoted in public and * is illegal. It was really funny when I realized this slum already does every single thing the right wing pretends to one end of the Fed banned *, no income tax, no *, but yet, for some reason, it's evil because Ben Shapiro said so.

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I've come to the conclusion that most right wing conservatives don't actually want solutions. They just want to complain and drag their feet

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but still act exactly like the liberals, they claim to oppose that fundamental hypocrisy will lead nowhere good just turns people into zombies. And then you also you had a lot of reactions to that. And even you had

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Andrew Tate he was like, Welcome, brother. He was great. Yeah. I don't know if you saw that also.

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Yeah, I didn't see that now. Yeah. Like once people start replying.

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I usually tune out because a lot of times they get so nasty, especially when I was I had petite week where I was making fun of Hindus. They were they went nuts. And so you know, they'll put your wife on pigs and guy, they're like crazy. So usually, when I post something, I'll just I just walk away, like, I'll debate like, early on. But then I just, I don't I don't notice. But

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that's awesome. Well hear you when you said, Okay. You said a couple of things here. You said that. Okay. The the Sharia law. I mean, most people don't understand that just like saying the 10 commandments. This is like what every prophet, a messenger of God Almighty brought, this is the law of God. That's all. It's nothing different. Yeah, it's really clean. Like, it's every. It's so funny. When I saw that man, it's like, I was always considered myself. Not always, I used to consider myself a liberal when I was in Hollywood, but that's just because I never thought about it, or I wasn't exposed to it, like I never, you know, been married or, you know, seeing what a family

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really is, or seeing some of the stuff that they are, or seeing the propaganda that we're gonna roll out or any of that stuff. So I was kind of naive to it. But all this stuff that they complain about, like they can see like the Steven Crowder types, Sharia law kind of fixes. And so and I think usery is such a deep problem with with the world right now. You know, loaning it interest, I really think that, you know, declaring war on God is, is a is a fundamental problem with so many things. And so, you know, and also, I was talking to Dr. shady about that about, like, Why do conservatives push back against Muslims? And I think one of it is the big lie that Islam is a race that it's like,

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they'll look at the lab, this paranoia, that they're being replaced, because there are areas of America where that is happening. I don't know, I'm sure that's happening in Europe too. But what people don't understand is that's because they usury that's because of like, their their wars that like bombs a place you know, now people are seeing it with Palestine, like right in their face, like what the agenda is, you know, Israel gets paranoid, they want a pipeline, whatever it is, they bomb a place, they and then people have to leave because it's been destroyed. And then people in the West want to put them in debt with like, mortgages and credit cards and all this stuff because they

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create money out of nothing. And then they bring them in and then you know, locals can't.

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Locals feel like it's, it's displacing them. And that's, I think, a fundamental why concern because I always hear that, you know, I'll be like making fun to British people or something and someone's like, when you get to make fun of Muslims. I'm like, Muslim isn't a race. It's a it's a religion. You know, and I also liked the way Islam views race where it's like, you know, tribal supremacy is bad, where it's like, nobody's born more moral because of their race, you know, and, and I get called a white supremacist all the time, but I don't feel that way at all. Like when you're born, like you are, like, I'm no better than a black baby or Asian baby or anything like that. But you

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are, you do have a right to like lineage and family and people. And I think that that balance is really important, especially in the West, when Theodor Herzl, you know, the father of Zionism openly is sad that he's going to use race in the West, where he's going to, you know, where the MO is, tell blacks, they're permanent victims and tell whites they should be ashamed forever. And that's so destructive, you know, with like, little kids like having them be ashamed or feeling like a permanent victim. And so I use comedy to try and break that. Yeah, it reminds me when we talk about the race problem and everything, when, when Malcolm X when he went to, I think, I don't know if we

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mentioned this before when he went to a mecca. And then he got to do the hudge, and the fifth pillar of Islam. And then he sat next to people who are white, yellow, if there were purple people, there'll be there to just basically people from every nationality, race color. And then he came back and he said, Islam is the solution for the race problem if they would, if America would implement Islam. This is one of his statements. And it goes back to Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him who said that there's no difference between the Arab or the non Arab, the white and the black. It's your piety, your God consciousness that separates you and elevates you. Exactly. Yeah.

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So you've been talking to

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Dr. Shadi? Yeah, he's a good dude. I talked to him a couple of months ago. Yeah, he's hilarious. Very nice. Yes. So yeah, these are the things that when you when you look at, I like what you're talking about when the conservatives, you know, they talk about many of these things, but then they don't have a practical solution you have. And then you point these things out, and people will become like zombies. And

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this is the nice thing here that Islam actually gets to cutting out the social ills that are destroying society, * being one of the biggest ones. And then the, the attack on Islam with this disease, and you point out some common sense things that if you were to give people the option, do you want to pay that 30 40%? Or you don't have to serve, you'll be protected. And you only and you actually pay very, very little.

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Oh, yeah. No, yeah, one of my best friends up here is Muslim. And it's so funny, like, the stuff that he's taught me about it, and then I followed it up and looked into it is, is so fascinating, like how the tax system is so much better. And I've watched decades in America go by, when people complain about income tax, and bah, bah, bah, and in Islam, I know, you know this, but it's like, what is it like one or 2% of your total wealth, you know, to help the poor two point for you? Yeah, if you if you have, if you have 100 Cow, you give away two and a half, you know, I don't know how you give away a half a cow. But it's like, that way you spread the wealth that you don't have these

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generational dragons, were like the poor can be benefited from the wealth of the rich, but it isn't this insanity that we see in the West, where it's like, you know, in California, it's 60% of your income. And then it the way it works in the west with usury is like the poor are hammered. So it's like

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12 15% interest rate, but yet the rich are at one and a half percent. It's like The Hunger Games like the different districts. And so in a lot of times, these like giant banker types, like they, they know that Islamic banking creates more wealth, you know, it's almost like that show Shark Tank where if you want to invest in a business, you get a percentage, not usury. And that's a win win, that's when everybody benefits, but yet the way they the way they enslave the nations and the way they enslave, you know, the poor is these like ridiculous interest rates, where it's like, Now no one can afford a house without, without a loan. And, you know, I'm very blessed and fortunate that I

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got out of debt, like my whole family lived in this one room that I'm in right now, for a couple of years on a barn because I didn't want any mortgage, like I didn't want to be a part of that, that system anymore. And then we build a house and everything's going really well. And I can see it clearly. Now how usury works. So it's like, when you get that system where it's 10% 20% down. Over time, no one can afford a house, it's like this crazy trick. And then you give the the rich, you know,

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like access to cheaper debt, and so they get to start leveraging their house to buy everyone's house and then raise all the rent. And then you get this situation that we're in now, you know, and, and that's why it's like, I think usury Is it the hardest, so many of the West problems, and then the woman has to work to pay all the debts and then you don't have a mom and then you're raised by media, and then, you know, women feel compelled to go on * and become prostitutes. You know, it's like, and I don't know, man, it's just it's a real illusion that's cast over the West, about you know, and then you go back and you watch old videos, or you go back and you read old books and

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the way women were dressed, was a lot more Sharia compliant. You know, like this, make America great again, movement. If you go back to when America was more moral and wealth creating and high trust, it looks a lot more like, you know, a, an Islamic country. It's so interesting. Yeah, to give people an idea, it's like, okay, so with the with the interest, like, if you get a home that's worth, let's say, $300,000 by the end of the term that you if you pay it off, what are you paying? Like, what is it over a million? In just interest? What does it come down? Yeah, that's Yeah, and that's a lot and that's aimed more at the poor. So if you're like a welder, and you got, and you'd have like a 700

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credit or 650 credit, you're you're looking at 900,000 for a $300,000 house. But if you're Donald Trump, that's it's 400,000 because he's part of a class that doesn't have to pay as much. And then And then so it's not fair. And then you see these people building these giant, New York City towers in crippling debt. And you're like, that's it. I don't know. There's just something so satanic about that. Here's the common sense of it. Look, if you want to bring followers on to you, if you want to have a bigger, bigger congregation,

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and you want more people to be with you, you're going to just kind of get rid of all these laws you're gonna like, if you follow me here like let's say, you have circumcision, you have taken away the pork, alcohol, usury interest all these things. Why would Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him make it so hard on himself to gain followers? And then if you look at these things that are prohibited because God prohibited it, it's things like you're saying, there's wisdom, there's wisdom behind it. I mean, just and then if you're somebody like, let's say, Paul, for example, where he said, Look, you know, the law is pretty much you know, circumcision of the heart, all this stuff is

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pretty much you know, the curse of the law. You don't have to follow it. That's a great way now. It's like, a Jesus died for your sins. Put it on JC gold card, right? You just put it put it? It's the JC Gold Card. Right? Who's picking up the tab? Oh, gee, then it avoids personal responsibility. You're accountable for yourself, I can't die for your sins, you can't die for mine. Right? You have to go ahead and call on the Creator alone and ask for forgiveness. And I mean, what do you think about that? Yeah, the JC cold guard is such a funny thing. Because it's like, there are really good, noble

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Christians like, but the churches, a lot of them are are getting extremely corrupt. Like how you just describe with like, you can send all you want, he died like you're good. You're and I tell people where it's like, oh, no, you get a you get a restart, you get a forgiveness, you get a do over but then you have to stop what you were doing. That's like the, because people always say, you know, he would no sin cast, the first stone is a way to hide their sin. But the next part is rise and sin no more with the whole point is like, where it's like,

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where it's like forgiveness, where we all have a way out. You know what, like, Satan is one of Satan's whispers is like you've gone too far. There's no going back, like you might as well just keep going. He's always Yes, always hope. But see, the problem with a lot of these institutional Christian churches at this point, is they're like, Oh, we're all flawed. Just keep doing whatever you want. Like, we're, it's, you know, and it's like, no, you have to, you have to, like you have to stop, you know. And I was talking to my Muslim buddy recently about how I'm not in the pyramid anymore. Like I used to be repped by CAA. I was in Adam Sandler movies, I was like, you know, I was

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a lead of a sitcom, you know, development deals, all that stuff, like I was wrapped by the most famous, most powerful agency in Hollywood, like, and the guy who created it singled me out to write me a TV show, because I had that, like, charisma that they like, you know, and so I know that world really well. And now that I'm out of that world,

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he was like, Dude, you only like, you're, it's like, it's straight to God. He's like, you're accountable. Like most people are accountable in that pyramid, like, oh, what does my agent want was my manager want? For me, there is no layer above me. So it's like, I just have to try and be the best person I can. Because the more moral I am, the more blessings I see in my life. And the more twisted I am or the more weak I am, the more I see problems. And it's it's so true. And it's such an it's so like, in everyone's life, like there is that connection. And yeah, it's interesting. Oh, go ahead. No, no, go ahead. Well, you say the funny thing. Well, funny story about about what happened

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to me in Hollywood is the thing that made me rise really fast, was that I've always treated other people just based on their character, where it's like, I don't know, maybe it's because I'm six, eight, I really don't know. But I just have never been, I've never been that like that, that that celebrity worshiper, you know, where it's like, where it's like, I meet like, the head of Warner Brothers, and I just see him as a dude. And so I treat them normally. And they'd find that so refreshing, you know, they'd be like, ah, like, and I'd ask them about their families. And I genuinely care. And other times, like, the guy working at the back of the comedy club that everybody

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overlook, because he had no power I would genuinely like and be good to that guy. And then when he became the head of Comedy Central, he remembered me, you know, and so that was always how I was, but the flip side of no idol worship is when they'd want me to do what they want it, I wouldn't do it because I didn't see them as above me. So it's like, that's, that's what happened in Hollywood. So I'm this like, noble savage to them, where it's like, Oh, he's so like, authentic. He's like a real person. And so I'm rising, rising, rising, and then they're like, you can't make fun of Beyonce. You can't make fun of David Hogg. You know, and I'd be like, No, you don't get to tell me that. Like

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we're equals. And they're like, and that's when I realized that they want to be Gods, you know, and that's the major sin of Hollywood, is they view themselves like they want worship. And I'm like, I don't

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worship you dude. Like, we're just friends, you know? And they're like, I ran this down. And I'm like, bro, you can barely tie your shoes or mess. Five divorces.

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that's what I wanted to ask you next you guys, it's a sad state that many people they look up to the, to the stars, you know, to the I want to be like the star, I want to be a celebrity. So they think this is the American dream, they go to Hollywood, so their souls, and now they're looking at you somebody who was a Hollywood star and now you're a comedian, you're on the farm, right? You live in the farm life. And, you know, what's the difference between that life living that life. So hopefully we can swayed some people to go more in the, in the right direction rather than in the wrong direction?

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Yeah, the people that most people look up to are miserable. And there's a, I was telling this to a friend recently, it's worse being miserable in a mansion, because you can't blame it on money. And that's,

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that's one reason why, why a lot of them are so they get so dark, because when you're like, when you're poor, or when you're struggling, you can be like, Man, if only I had more money, if only if only I had my car work differently, like I own my own house, like then they own 20 houses, and there's an they're even more miserable. So it's like, that's when they get into these weird, dark caverns. Because it's just an emptiness, you know, and a lot of times very successful people are driven from some form of child trauma, or, you know, like some form of like, insecurity where it's like, I got to, I got to be tougher, because you were beat up, or I got to provide, you know, like,

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I would have issues with, with money where I'd really want to, like make money because growing up we were so we didn't have any money. And my dad would always, you know, talk about how at any point were going to be homeless. So it's like, I would pick cans out of garbage cans. And, you know, as a little kid, I was like, really into making money because I saw that it's like a security blanket. And so, a lot of times the people that rise really high in these, like secular worlds are driven by the ghosts of their childhood, and that if they don't deal with that, and they don't forgive, and if they don't, like, you know, realize that God provides for you not that not this, like this, this is

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paper, like people kill for paper, you know, it's like, it's like, that emptiness doesn't go anywhere. Because that like climbing, climbing, climbing, there's no there's nowhere to go that, you know, it's That's why Jesus, you know, said, The kingdom of God is within where it's like, where it's like, you already have it, you've already been gifted this. And that's one thing that got me

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got me in some conflict with with Christians, is my view that of Original Sin lines up more with Islam, where it's like, we're born in complete submission, like we're born perfect. And then we start choosing bad paths. And my mom even believed that my mom when she baptized when I was baptized, you know, I was raised Catholic. She, she refused to call it Baptists, I come from a lineage of stubborn, strong people, you know, it's like, she was like, No, my baby wasn't born with sin. Like this is, as she called it entrance into Christian community, because she's like, she's like, now like, we're, this baby is born. Right? And I've always I've always had that in my mind.

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And then I find that lined up with Islam, where we're, we're born whole, and then we start choosing to go away. Absolutely. And I think that's so true. We call it original goodness, not original sin. We're all born. Yeah. Original goodness. Yes. That's how I view it too. Absolutely. Yes. And that goes what we call the fitrah. The fitrah is the innate nature that we're all born with. When we explain that God is only one he alone is worthy of worship, that you don't worship the creation, but you worship the Creator that naturally goes with the fitrah. You would agree with that? Correct? That you only worship, not Jesus, or Muhammad or Moses, or money or fame or your ideas, but you

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worship the one who created Jesus created Moses created the sun, the moon, the Creator of the heavens and earth that make sense that goes to the fitrah. Yeah, it's a it's a logic. It's basic logic to common sense. Yeah, I don't know if you remember my, my Trinity wars. But yeah, you were having issues with the Trinity. You were you were Yeah. And I backed away from all that, because my role is a comedian. I'll just say what I believe like, I would never be a coward and say something I don't believe but I just, you know, that it gets so dark with people with with that stuff, because my whole thing was, who did Jesus pray to? You know, and that one question was so jarring. And so

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many I had so much conflict, but I'm not one to back down from conflict. But at all, but it got so intense and I'm like, but it's such an obvious question. Like it's so simple and it and they and I remember

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Growing up, Christian, it wasn't like it is now it's almost getting worse. And if you go back before the Scofield Bible, it was always like Jesus was, was the Messiah. He wasn't God. Like, I remember that, like, I have these memories that that's how it was told to me. And then somewhere along the line, it was like, oh, but he's God. And you're like, how can you be the son of yourself? Yeah. And it's just that like childlike because I have kind of like a childlike mind a little bit where I think a lot of artists have that, where it's just very simple. I view things very simply, which means sometimes, yeah, which can frustrate people, but I've just like, it's just this very simple

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view of like, how can you be the child of yourself and, and it made people very, very angry. And so I realized my role here is, you know, to help raise morale to like break spells, and I just, you know, that that religious brainwashing, I'm not gonna call brainwash, that's probably insulting, but it's like, something's going on with that, like, if you know, the nature of evil, which I've over the years kind of started to understand, they always want you to do something *. Like, that's like the whole thing. It's like, rather, it's abuse yourself, or, you know, it's like something that's, that's off, like, evil always wants to humiliate, you know. And so just to get you in that

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mind warp, where, like, in Christianity, it says, Satan is the father of lies, and the father of confusion, like, doesn't a Trinity sound extremely confusing? And then I'd use humor, where I'd be like, where they'd be like, 100%, man, 100% God, and I'm like, What about the ghost? Is it 100%? Ghost? 100%. God? Like, what about the ghost? Do we pray to the ghost? And they're like, Oh, what do you mean? I'm like, it's the same logic. So if you have three things, and Jesus is man, and God, God is Father and God and Ghost is God. So can I pray to God be like deer ghost? And they're like, no, no, not that I'm like, that's your logic, dude. I'm just telling you your logic back to you. You

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know, I just don't understand it. When me and you, we did our first program together. And afterwards, people got to see it. And the bears lot of the bears and people were sharing their thoughts. I mean, people were like, Man, I used to hate Islam, I used to, you know, have this word vision. I saw the programming with so many other things. But after listening to you guys talk, it was like, How can I be had been so programmed, the way I was, and just being you coming together and talking and talking about goats and goat milk and life, and we're just talking about basic stuff, and, and we had a good conversation back and forth. It really opened a lot, a lot of people's eyes.

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And I think more of these conversations just are so important. And if we point out something, it's not that look, I have Christian friends and we discuss things and you can believe what you believe, I believe what I believe but then we point out some obvious things and to consider just consider it right. It's not a disrespect or anything. Just consider like the things you're having people to consider. Consider this, you know, why is Jesus praying to himself, right? who controlled the world when when he allegedly died? Let's just obvious things that your brain is like, Hold on, why do we not shut off our brain? When we're dealing with stocks and bonds and real estate? We really want to

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make sure we're signing the papers, right? But our salvation over here, why do we want to, you know, turn off our common sense.

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Yeah, and I I'm not a religious expert at all, like zero, but I am an expert at mind control and like, and, you know, social engineering, but just because of what I just being a comedian being dropped in, like, different cities for 20 straight years, where I'd have to figure out how people are in that city within a day and then make them laugh. You know, one day I'm, I'm at a Mormon corporate event the next day in Miami with the Cubans then I'm in New York with the Jewish bankers, and the next minute, I'm in Chicago with the gangbangers you know, it's like, so I literally have had to adapt really fast at cultures like after read the room and adapt. Like, the irony about black

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jokes is that was how I survived black rooms, like black rooms, like alpha comedy, they like mockery, they like going hard. And the irony is, is so many, like Jewish women will be so offended, and I'm like, This is how I survived Cleveland, you know. So anyway, so my skill set is, is understanding like, culture and human nature and like, it's almost like I'm the CIA of comedy, like I just have to quickly learn. And so one way to do mind control in Hollywood, is you get someone to believe a contradiction, like what you just described, like praying yourself, a creates a loop. And what happens is our mind almost operates like a computer where it starts looping. It's almost like,

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like on a computer where that circle spins. And you have all these apps open so the more contradicts

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is where it's like abortion is healthcare or like, you know, women working is freedom or you know, all these like contradictions that they do, it starts looping in your mind, and it exhausts you. So that it breaks your freewill down so that you'll do anything you're told. And so that's a fact. Like, I may not No, Leviticus properly, but I do know how to break someone's mind. And so when I'm looking at some of these church things, where they're like, Okay, let's come worship God, and then, and then they play Coldplay, and they wave a rainbow flag, and they like, have a Israeli flag, like I went to a church up here, and there's a Israeli flag and me and my buddy, who was a Navy SEAL.

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We're like, we're out of here, because he saw the lie, you know, he was in Afghanistan is like, Dude, it's not what they said it was.

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And so it's so he was very sensitive to that as well. And so we're like, yeah, we're not going to this church, because it's like, so Okay, so.

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So you read the Bible, and it says, the synagogue of Satan, or you like, look at Benjamin Netanyahu? And you're like, is he operating as Jesus would, and it's just so contradictory. And then they put that symbol in front of you. It's like, it breaks your mind so that you just submit and you don't, and you're not like a full person, you know? And so that's, I do know that that is happening every single day with these. That's why these childlike questions, don't run away from them, like people should not run away from them. Because you're healing your mind. It's like, when something isn't making sense, and you just like when I was, I've been doing this my whole life when I was five years

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old, and my weight my parents, my dad was a professor and my mom was a stay at home mom. And and they'd have all these like, snooty intellectuals over and there was this one picture of this guy, Satya, soft today, who started existentialism, and he said, How is other people he was all about? Selfishness, you know, is this really postmodern guy, and there's this picture of him on an iceberg. And, and that was selfish. And I was like, and I had five years old, I just said, who took the picture? And everyone just started laughing because it broke the spell. Like, obviously, he had someone taking a picture of him being alone. You know, and I always tell that about people, like

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whenever you're watching something, just remember someone's operating the camera. And like those type of little spell breaks. That's why people call me the spell breaker. It frees up your mind because like those little spells, they keep you in a state of like, self imposed slavery. It's crazy. When you mentioned the Israeli flag, and then you mentioned Scofield had me thinking to a guest I had on not too long ago, a pastor, a senior pastor, Rick Wales from true news. And I was asking him, Pastor Rick, can you tell me why are there so many Christian Zionists? And he went into the dispensationalism I don't know how much you know about this. You probably do. And John Nelson

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Darby and Jonathan Darby, who was taken many of these fringe way out there teachings of Christianity, put them together. And then you had Cyrus Schofield who met a man who knew John Nelson Darby and Schofield, he was a con artist, a con man, he was spent some time in jail, he got out and all of a sudden got his DD doctor in divinity and he went out, preaching much of the teachings and time prophecies and John Nelson Darby these teachings, got a lot of followers and then he got this is the hook here. He got connected with the vice president or president, the pastor explains, of the American Zionist Institute so they go ahead and take him and get this book, The Cyber Scofield Bible

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printed UK press, they push out 1 million copies and more for free. And in the cyber Scofield Bible, the interpretation of certain verses for 1800 years, it wasn't linked to nothing at all with Israel. And whoever blesses the as bless whoever Christie is curse and many of these Jesus returning twice, he says nothing to do with Christianity. So they started to make the exegesis of these verses connecting it to the modern state of Israel. So now that's how you got and then the Late Great Planet Earth push like 40 million copies and so many other of the series and people like to you know, hear about end times prophecies and the end times and whatnot. So much of this stuff is forced

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fake. And what happened was that now we have what we have today, the flag in front of the churches and Christian Zionist make it up more than a Jewish Zionist. And this is all from the programming all of this propaganda. So Christians believe it is very important information because they're seeing, you know, teachings of Jesus right, bless. And the Bible Blessed are the peacemakers. Love your neighbor. And much more of these, you know, Jesus being the Prince of Peace, but you're seeing a modern day genocide happening. You're getting kids like blown to smithereens and you're supposed to be following the example of Jesus

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but instead you're like worshipping the Zionist rabbis and Zionist haters, warmongers over there doesn't make any sense. Yeah. And as soon as that they rolled that out in October, I don't know if you saw my Twitter when I was hammering that. Right? It used to be a little bit like PG here. I don't know what we can say. No, PG, totally. It was a big, it's dispel braking the more like a child you are, the better it works. And so my smell breaking with that was just like, who acts more like Jesus, a Palestinian or an Israeli? And just that question for you, right? Oh, how dare you? Oh, yeah. Are you sure? I'm like, Okay, I would show them. You know, like, Michael Rapaport walking

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through Gaza with no gay bars. And they're like, look how oppressive This is. And then he's in Tel Aviv with all the gay bars. He's like, I just post that and be like, Okay, which one's acting like Jesus? I got that. I actually got that from you.

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Take some here into a

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sec store SEC stores, or anything LGBTQ? Do not go to Gaza? Actually, we did a program on that. Oh, cool. Yeah. Yeah. That when he was walking through, where he was walking through his window, and he was like, you can't have this and he's pointing.

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Yeah. And it's like, how he's like showing you and he's like, you can't have this *. And you know, and Dude, it really changed my mind when I when I had kids, because before I had kids, I was so not I didn't care about much of this stuff. I'm like, anyone can do what they want. Whatever. When you see that they mark it kids. It matters like to have that stuff in public is damage. It's like, that's damage to your next generation. And I Oh, so anyway, so yeah, like that. That is revealing a lot like I'm seeing a lot of people waking up to this, like the coverage is the first time their atrocities have been so covered. And so in the open, and you'll have your Nikki Haley's

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and you're bought and sold. shills like they'll double down triple down like they'll never you know, they're they they have they legit have like hatred in their heart. And you know, I'm sometimes seen as like a quote unquote, racist comedian, just because I make fun of everybody. And I'm telling people I'm like, when you got me back in the brown people, like you've gone too far.

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I'm like, You're killing innocent kids. Like, this is crazy. Yeah. And so anyway, go ahead. No, go ahead. Oh, no. And that was just my whole point where it is waking people up, you might not see it, because the the talking heads are so overpaid, like the money that these guys are getting. But as I said earlier, depression in a mansion is worse. Yeah. And so the people like I'm in northern Idaho, and you know, have a very strong like Christian community and none of them are, are backing you know, this insanity. In fact, it's very humiliating, you know, it's like, especially after the Truther movement of looking at, uh, you know, I'll not this is something I definitely won't mention

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on your channel, but like certain events, you know, when you actually look into it, and six. Yeah.

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So it's like, when you look at some of these events, and you realize that it isn't the Muslim in the cave, just so mad at our freedom, that figure you know,

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everything starts falling apart, because that was the thing that got everyone so angry at Muslims where it's like, oh, they're gonna attack us on our soil. They're gonna do this. They want to take away our way of life. They want to, they want to hurt women they want to, and then you start looking at like, I don't know, if you saw that one tweet, I did go viral. But reminder, Tate responded to that one too. But it was a it was a building in Los Angeles. And it's almost like, like gods it's like, just so perfect. Showing the truth. That you can just feel the like the hand in it, where it's, it's you have like,

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a giant billboard that says something like,

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man, it says something like, free Iran from one of those things where they call when you cover your face any job? Yeah, it's like free Iran from the hijab. And right above it dude, was a naked woman advertising * on the same building. And so I took this picture, and I tweeted, I'm like, dear Muslim women, like they're not trying to free you, they're trying to enslave you with *. Like, that's what they why they want to take your hijab off. You know? And, and that's, and that's like, so once you start seeing that where you're like, because I used to think, too, that, you know, Muslims hated women, they want to oppress women, they won't let women be women. And

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then you realize, especially now with like, AI stuff coming out where if you put women on the internet, like they can do stuff with AI, that's really

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Shocking. And so to protect women from that evil eye, that's always like looking around is is love. It's not hate, it's love. It's like, when you actually love a woman, like when I got married, and I really love my wife, like in that, that protective way where I would I would fight or work or I would put my life on the line for my wife, you realize you don't want them exposed to the world, you know, before. Yeah, but this is that this is what we call the fifth era, the innate nature, you have this protective jealousy, you know, and it's made bad.

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Yeah, totally. And before I understand how men would like, show off women, and be like, Look at how beautiful the women I get are, but it's all ego. If you actually love a woman, you don't want to put them in bikinis on the internet, you know. And so like, it's just fascinating how inverted it is, and how, and how that's one reason why there's so much hatred aimed at Islamic countries, because it's kind of like, when you're sober, like I, when you're sober, and you're attempting to have the same friends is when you drank a lot. Just being sober reminds them of what they're doing, and they hate you for it sometimes. So, you know, it's so true. Like, I'm from a town where everyone's drunk

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all the time, like, no one's sober. And I don't drink now, like, you know, occasionally, you know, whatever. But it's like, I don't, I haven't been drunk in years. And so if I'm out with those guys, or if I'm around people drinking, and I'm just completely sober. They just started looking at you like, Who do you think you are? And I'm just like, what? And they're like, How dare you not join in? And like, my sobriety is reflecting their sin. It's like, it's like magnifying it. And it's the same way with Islamic banking and stuff like that. It's like, How dare you not go along with it? Because if everyone's doing something, you don't notice it. You know, it's kind of like in comedy, like when

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I started making fun of stuff that Hollywood doesn't allow you to do. That's one reason why they had to silence me so intensely, I was kicked off Airbnb, like I was, I know what it's like to be treated like a terrorist, you know, but with no crimes. And that's one reason why I started getting goats. I'm like, I no longer view people the way I used to. But anyway, it's because if you're doing it, and they can't, their cowardice is revealed, like when I'm making fun of Jews or something, and no one else can, even though there's so many jokes, it's like, why can't they like, why can no one on Netflix do a joke about Israel? Like, Nobody's allowed to? You know, why can no one make fun of

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*? It's like, There's nothing funny about that. Like, there's nothing strange about *. And so if one person's doing it, it reveals the whole scam. And so that's why if you have Islamic countries that are banning *, and banning all this stuff, and they have strong families and high birth rates, it just makes the West feel bad. It makes like the scummy people. You know, if you want to compete, you can either build a bigger building or break every other building, and that's the satanic way, you know, and, and that's what they're trying to do. And when you mentioned is some of these terms? This is actually for any Christian Jew? Anybody looks into the Bible? Because they'd

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like to pick on Islam. This is actually forbidden Leviticus. Yeah. 10 commandments in Arabic, this is Sharia. This is also forbidden in the Bible is what's left of it, what's preserved, what's there, what we have of it, you have it there, it's also forbidden. This is something that's not just exclusive to Islam, if you really want to follow the text, the laws that are and we're trying to preserve that. So let me ask you another question here.

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Just one more point back on the on what we had talked about this cyber Scofield Bible because many Christians and I think now watching us and listening to can go investigate this to look into this because that because a lot of people feel it's a part of their creed now they feel like you know, they're not Christian is a part of their creed if they're not supporting something like this, but actually has nothing to do like the Pastor Rick Wilson has nothing to do with Christianity. So you can go ahead and be a voice for the voiceless and speak out against his the killing of these innocent children which is very, very sad state to be in. Yeah, there's a lot that are that see I

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mean, I've had megachurch pastors write me that they saw that the Trinity wasn't backed up in the Bible or Zeina. Oh, tons. Yeah. And then they'll just move on because, like what happens is, which is unfortunate, is the money is so tied in with Zionism. And like that, as Charlie Kirk says, The workaround from usery from Exodus, like the Jews found a workaround. It's like that sound how laws work, you don't get workarounds, all that. All that free. He really said that. Like I've said,

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I saw you on a Patrick and Davis show. Yeah, yeah. He's like, he's like, Oh, but we found a workaround. It's like, so what happens is these guys there's a ton of Christians that see this tons, but they can't get in

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positions of institutional power because all that money is coming from usury. And so you have to go with XYZ in order to have the usury and so they find themselves in like, from a mega church to, to a basement, you know, and a lot of them are happy. They're just like, yeah, I went through what you went through and, you know, even the flock turned on him because they lose their tennis courts and their football stadium. You know, it's like, it's all about materialism. It's all about like, like, in taxes when Steven Crowder brought me to his mega church. It's beautiful. It's like, you have these pristine

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things like a gym and tennis courts and football fields and special effects and music and all that, but you're not allowed to question usury and usury is, you know, when when it says God called usury, you know, declaring war on God. That's not something you find workarounds with, you know, it's not exactly like cotton fiber, or like mixed fabrics. You know, it's like, war on God. Like, that's, it's clear language as you can get. And so but they want that money, you know, and so a lot of it has to be like, the love of money is the root of all evil. It's like, it's like that love of money where you would you would do anything for money is just horrifying. And that's what a lot of Zionist

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churches are facing. And the more it's revealed what Zionism really is, because two years ago, a lot of people didn't see what they're seeing now. Yeah, you know, you got Jake shields and all these guys like some pretty famous guys showing you images of what's happening in Gaza and showing that the paraglider narrative is so ridiculous. You know, it's just so like, it's like, okay, so we spent all these billions on their Iron Dome. If only guys with paragliders, and flip flops didn't go in there. And then, you know, kill unborn babies. It's like, what are you talking about? That's not even like, it's not even close to reality. And I don't know I wasn't there. But it's like that story

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line. And one of my buddies was like, posting pictures of like, is of like, just trying to troll Zionist and they bought all of it. They like he added, like, he blocked out his kids face. But he had him like this. And he was like, Look at what look at what the Muslims have done to this poor Israeli. And Ben Shapiro retweeted it. And it was his kids like he's just like, they don't vote verify anything. Any atrocity. They're like, Oh, yeah, yeah, retweet. Like, it's all nonsense. You know, like the burn babies and all that stuff. That's like AI. It's just people trolling Ben Shapiro. And and so now that people see that it's going to be it's going to make the tennis courts

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not feel as fun. I'll put it that way.

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Absolutely, a lot of this stuff has been debunked. We've discussed this on some of my previous shows. I had Max Blumenthal and, and others, you know, investigative journalists and a lot of this stuff, this atrocity propaganda to go ahead and stoke the emotions and and many of these relief agencies who pushed this stuff they made like one of them made $50 million. Can you imagine so is big business. Tell me this. You mentioned Steven Crowder before I go to my next question had me thinking like you actually, we talked about this in our first episode, you are a script writer for Steven Crowder is a big talk show and you went from where you were at that time to saying peace be

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upon him right and many people like they don't understand like we as Muslims, we love Jesus. I mean, you cannot say any disrespectful word about Jude is Christians, my Christian guests and I have on Do you have any problem with if I say Jesus peace be upon them and they smile and they laugh, right? But then we will mention there's another group of people out there who they are truly the Antichrist, we don't have to go into the details there. But then there's alliances are formed. And you make the person who respects and love Jesus as your enemy. And then you got past the programming and you were like, they say, Jesus peace be upon him. Why am I over here? Like you remember that?

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Yeah, that's hilarious. Yeah, it's so because the thing is, is like Crowder was better than what I saw on an ally like so. It was so refreshing when you first see like even a Christian Zionist be like, openly say there's something wrong with abortion or openly say being gay is an ideal, and it felt like water to a thirsty man for me, and I'm like, oh my god, I can I can I can do comedy with a guy that isn't that can say true things. And so then as the time went on, I became more of a truther with that, that incident in 2001. And they hate that because that starts unraveling the whole thing. And so

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and so that's where our relationship really started falling apart, because I'm like, they would call Islam a death cult. And I'm like, but they have a higher birth rate. Like how is it like I'm like a child dude. It's not even like I'm quoting religious texts. I'm like, How is something a death cult when they have a higher they have more

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her kids, because at the time he had no kids. And I'm like, it's funny. My brother's friend, Abdul has nine kids, like, how is that? Like, how is that the deaf guy? And so and so that's just when things started unraveling and you know, I wish him well and everything but it really is like, he painted himself into a pretty brutal corner, where

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and I pointed some stuff out during his during his divorce, where he was deathly afraid of Muslims back that way he would, he would be like, Oh, they're gonna find out where I live or blah, blah, blah. Meanwhile, his pregnant wife, he's like, telling her to take an Uber. I'm like, Who? That Who do you think drives Ubers?

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Like, it's gonna be a Muslim guy. Like he didn't even get it. So that point, I'm like, is it dementia? Because things don't line up. Like, let's say you actually are deathly afraid of Muslims. The last thing you're ever going to do is take an Uber, like, and the funniest thing is Uber I think is actually deprogramming Hollywood. Because every time back in LA, I take an Uber. Like, I'd end up with some dude named Mohammed or Abu Baker. And by the end, we're just like dying laughing. Like he's all my brain. Oh, God. And I've just like, Oh, yeah. And then by the end, we're like, making fun Israel. Like, it turns out, like in their last country, they were like an engineer. And now

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they're driving an Uber and I'm like, what? Why do you got to drive a car when you're an engineer? It's like all my friend. You know, we had to leave it was bombed. Just like, oh, man, those guys suck. Hi. They're like, Oh, my friends. Okay, please be a bot. And I'm just

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like, man, these are like nice guys. They

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kind of changed the game. And so I don't know, that's just a couple of stories. It goes really against the narrative. They want to kill us. They hate us. They hate our way of life.

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Yeah, meanwhile, an LA guy goes from movies to TV, and he's miserable. But, but Mohammed from a rack goes from managing a factory to driving an Uber and he's smiling. And as 10 kids, it's like, something isn't adding up here. And so you know, like in LA, it's like, you lose one thing, one of your precious little, little squares, and you're just miserable. Why do I have to drive a car? He's like, Oh, I'll go my friend. Oh, five stars, please. Oh, and you're just like, How are you so happy? Like, why are you such a nice guy? Like you're not a terrorist? Like you're not trying to blow someone up? You know? And so I think that was a major turning point as well. I think. I think Uber,

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Uber changed all of politics.

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Let me take a shift real quick, because I'm into that's what I do for a living actually is I teach martial arts, Jujitsu. And recently you are commenting on snicko Got to have a really bad day. snicko also accepted Islam not too long ago. And then he went up again, against Sean Strickland and Shawn Strickland. I don't think that was right. When he did also, you know, somebody a novice comes in, you're trying to help that person develop not just try to give him brain damage and stuff. And, and you had some comments on that.

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Your thoughts? Oh, yeah, I went hard on that. Because I don't like bullies. Either. Meaning that was bullying. Yeah, that was horrible. My two oldest sons are already in jujitsu and they're like, seven and five. Like, I got nothing against. Not only do I have nothing against mixed martial arts, like my kids do it twice a week. It's like, I think it's amazing. You know, Jujitsu, and then maybe when they're older, some are some boxing or some striker. I played football.

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Yeah, like I played football and lacrosse. So I'm not a martial artist, but I'm very comfortable with violence. And like, the art of it, like how it's a sport. It's not like, I hate my dad, and you just like hurt somebody. Like, that's weird. And so and so when I saw that, and I liked sneak I did sneak stream recently. Such a nice kid, you know, he's such like a genuine dude. And so and he's just like wanting to spar with Sean Strickland. And shad Strickland just starts unloading on his head. Now, let's say you wanted to teach someone a lesson because they were being arrogant or something, not the head. You know, it's one thing if you just like submit them really fast or like,

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or some body blows or something like something that like hurts, but like, you can do a giant brain damage. If your swing is and and Strickland swinging as hard as he can. And so I just go I'm gonna start mocking him for that, you know, because it was like, I think there was a political agenda, because Strickland immediately backed Israel after October 7, and he said, like, you know, Palestine has no GDP and Palestine hates their kids and whatever it was, and so because I used to think Strickland was kind of funny because I kind of like loose cannons a bit like I like people to just say whatever. And after that day like I

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The October 7 day, it was just you could see whose show was you know. And so then when you got sneak out this like nice dude. You know, and obviously I think that that Strickland probably has a handler and they were just like, humiliate them, you know, and it's so ironic. No, not ironic. So it's so funny that, like Palestine sneak out and go down. He just took a beating. And I was I thought that was the funniest part is Strickland didn't knock them out, even though he tried. He was like, you could tell he was he was doing combos, he was throwing upper cuts. And then you'll see Strickland sparring with someone that actually is a good fighter. And it's nothing like that. Like he's not

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just this like unhinged animal. He's a coward. Yeah, you know, so and so I don't like that at all. And, yeah, so what had me thinking like when I watched us some of his stuff before some people sent me and they wanted me to react to because some of his views had changed. He said, he used to really go hard after Islam, and then some of his training partners, Hamza, you've heard of Hamza chimay. And others, you would have to really calm it down, because they'd come up to him and say, hey, you know, what's going on with this stuff. So he started to go, I think he was on the Joe Rogan. And he was saying, you know, he really tuned it down and whatnot, and, and then, I was listening to one

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interview, and he was talking about, then he started to criticize Islam. And I was like, hold on, some of the things you just mentioned here about how America was if you go back, you know, the dressing or whatnot. And I was like, hold on, he was talking about traditional values and stuff like that was a hold on, if he was really like being fair. And he looked at really what Islam promotes. This is going more in line with the worldview that now conservatives and others want. But what I was like, What are you talking about? Are you talking about American values? Like what are they like right now that cross dressing what like, you know, turning boys into girls goes into boys

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sexualization of children. What are you talking about? This is what's Islam. You know, God's law puts an end to stops these kinds of things and makes society really great. If you want to make a society great. You implement the way of life of Jesus of Moses of Abraham, of God, God's way of life. So it seemed like a really big contradiction, and despair to write. And he also pushed his despair and inevitability, which is something I can't stand that when he's like, you might as well go with it was telling Joe Rogan, like you might as well go with the LGBT because they're gonna get it anyway. And I'm I didn't, I didn't I didn't hear that. Yeah, that's, yeah, I'll send you that

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clip. It's Joe Rogan actually was the voice of reason, which is crazy in that scenario. I'm like, because Joe Rogan's like No, no, no, obviously not. Like he's talking about how, when empires are falling, they get obsessed with gender and all that stuff, which is true. And Strickland is just like, yeah, they're gonna get what they what they want, though. It's gonna happen. I'm like, No, this No, go ahead. Yeah. This yeah, that's, that's a whisper. This is why it's so important to be grounded, grounded in the, because you look like a ship without a rudder, and you're all over the place your desires take you left take you right, and one minute now you're going with, you know, one

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crowd next minute, you know, the popularity shifts, and what do you stand for, but when you stand on, you're a person of God of principle of integrity, and you know what God's laws are, there is no shift. And it's like, this is how it is. And I'm not going to bend for the dollar for the money for popularity, for clicks for likes. That's it. God said that. It's a between a husband and wife and marriage. That's it, how not shifting *. That's it. I'm not playing with it, right. We can all fall and make mistakes. There's always mercy come back. But it's not for the data for, for a political position that you now shift these positions. This is where and again, you're like a boat.

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And without a rudder, you're going here, there, wherever the wind, in this case, the crowd takes you. Yeah, and I always, I always really look at who's promoting stuff, because everybody has weaknesses and failures, and they deal with stuff. And yeah, and I'm not here to judge people. So yes, yes. Yeah. But it's when you're teaching it is when I that's when I become, you know, like, if I ever look like I'm purity spiraling, or like really going at somebody for something that maybe a lot of people struggle with. It's because they're doing it in public, and they're trying to get the youth to do it. And that to me is like, it's one thing if you have your private struggles, but when

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you're like, Got Talent, kids, it's good. That's, that's like that's a whole different ballgame. And so that's what I that's what I go so hard at. So here, this was the original tweet that we we started with, and we read this people keep asking me for Muslim, this is the one where you got the agitate, he was saying Welcome, brother. So he was obviously agrees with everything you're saying there. And just the last part of the tweet or the beginning part I wanted to commend

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And I've never read the Quran so I can't be one. And I wanted to just clarify this. If you open if you met someone to you tomorrow at a bus station, a train station or on the plane, right, the turbulence hits and you're like, Oh man, you're like, now that's when people really start thinking they need to take life serious because death is right in front of them they feel but if a person never read the Quran, but they agreed with this one thing that God is one absolutely pure, absolute monotheism that's it no tree and one, God being a man having none of that God is one the same belief of Jesus, Moses, Abraham, and you believe in this, that you only worship the Creator, not the

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creation, one God alone worthy of worship. And now Jesus is the messenger Moses the messenger Muhammad is just the final messenger peace be upon them all. You never read the Quran you agree with this?

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Well, yeah, I agree that God has one and not to worship the creators. Yeah, I've like a lot of that's it. If someone agrees with that, they're pretty much a Muslim if they believe that's when it gets interesting, because it's language like my buddy was like, mu Islam means submission to God. This guy Yeah. And so it's like, Yeah, it's interesting. I just like when it comes to theology. I don't know. I since I haven't studied it. I don't know all of it. But it seems like I am more on that. But like, sometimes I tell people, I'm Abrahamic. Because I'm like, because Christian now see, I'm a stubborn dude. I don't want to let go of what Christianity once was. And now the Scofield and

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the Trinity and Zionism and all that but it's like it just gets so there's so much there's so much confusion with all that stuff. You know, here's what I tell people to do. Tell me this fair this is for like I'm like you the common sense you know think like almost like a little kid and uncertain things you know, gotta make sense is there's a there's a statement from from Muhammad peace of blessings be upon him. He's nearing that God said that. This is like the creator of magic. Say all of my slaves were all the slaves of God, you you admit it or not? misguided, all of them are misguided unless I guide them. So ask me if my guidance just ask asking the Creator alone guide me

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guide me this is the truth. guide my heart to it? Is that something as reasonable, that's it?

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I did that, sincerely doing that. And then things start opening up. I mean, asking the one who Jesus asked, not through an intermediary, not to a saint, not through a dead person or ground, not through anyone but direct dial up. That's it. That's funny, Catholicism gets a little bit almost like it's almost like voodoo at some points. You know, it's like, and there's, it's funny, because one guy that really helped me see that Islam wasn't against Christianity as a Catholic. You know, Michael Jones, I heard of him. I did you guys should talk man. He put it up. Yeah, we'd like to. Yeah, he's great. He's a Catholic scholar, who is like, he's been he's been like, you know, he gets in trouble

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all the time. Because he takes it seriously. And he said, Islam prays to the same God. And he's, and he's like, very against Zionism. And so that guy is great. So I've had I have to give props to some people that in my life, you know, my godfather was a Catholic monk. But I never liked all the same. I never liked like trinkets and

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you know, where it's like, oh, pray to the saints of a broken leg. And I'm like, I don't know. I never vibe with that. I always prayed to God my whole life. Do you believe now fight? Do you from investigating what you read? Have you read a Autobiography of Prophet Muhammad? I haven't. I know very little. Actually, I just Yeah, I just know, like, my friend will send me sections of the cran that relate to what I'm like.

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Talking about, like, for example, like, multiple wives and stuff like that, now that I understand what the like what life was like, then especially after I had petite week, and I looked at Hinduism, where it's like, they were burning people, like they were burning women that weren't married or they were enslaving them. And when you look at how a man can provide for more women, and what the other options were, it all just started making sense. So I've started seeing some of that stuff. Yeah. And then you look at how our ancestors were married much younger, and how that was a protection for women. And so yeah, like I know some stuff and I there's very, there's a lot I don't know, but I

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know that whatever the stuff my friend sends me relates, I relate strongly to it. Yeah, most people they spend a lifetime learning and, and pretty much it's not something that someone overnight has to absorb all of the, the endless amount of knowledge but it's like someone who goes to look at a property that they're going to live in our car they're going to buy for example, there's certain things that you go in to look at as the engine Okay, transmission. You don't want to call the nuts and bolts and all the stuff so now

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Okay, what's the engine of Islam? The five pillars for example that you worship none but the creator, the heavens and earth, you believe you establish the prayer. And you start slowly get developing your connection with your Creator, you're gonna make mistakes along the way hates, but that's why you turn back every day and the five daily prayers and you learn you grow in your knowledge expands but now you're committed to what God wants you to do. You've submitted, you've taken that first step and you submit it you're not you're not there yet, your faith is going to increase once you start doing the actions, like when you're in a gym, you know, you start signing

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up, you're not big, you're not healthy, you got to start implementing what your trainer told you. Right. So that's just wanted to share that with you. And we're here for you if anything else. That's good. You had a nice talk with Dr. Shadi also and yeah, yes, yeah, talk about right, because I as a spell breaker, it really is the racial component where people think they're being replaced. And if they get past that, and they realize it's a faith, and that really pious people aren't really the threat. Like, for example, in America, it's easy to see another race as a problem because of like a really broken culture or like, or like a, an acceptance of sin and a promotion of sin where it's

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like, you know, like, like I was, I was doing a stream yesterday about how, like, and a lot of Jewish business, it's like, they want to screw like, they get really excited. If they pull one over on you. Like, it's part of the culture, like, they're like, that's great, like we won today, you know, and so when you have a culture of violence, or something like that, but if you have people that are, that are, are like, clean and honest and work hard, you wouldn't feel that, you know, and so that's why there is a truth in that where it's like it like one of my friends is Scottish, who's a Muslim, and he just is like a tall white guy who's just getting married and works really hard.

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And, and those type of things would break the spell of Islam in America, because a lot of people view it as third world male migration with a lot of crime. And so when you, which, ironically, is because of Zionism, so it's like, when that spell breaks, I think we'll see a lot of a lot of unity between quote unquote, Christians and Muslims, because it's really just that it's people don't want to be replaced by Pete like, if you can't speak the language, you don't understand the, the way, you know, people dress or what kind of music they like, like there is that in group preference, that that's the main thing with Islam. It's not the way of life. It's not the religion. It's that. And I

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find that interesting. Yeah, I think that's what you just said, When I interviewed Alison Weir from the Christian lady from if America only If Americans only And she exposes the Zionist agenda, and she brings the evidence that this was actually a push to create division between Christians, Muslims, and this Islamophobia industry was created by this particular group. Absolutely. What Yeah, yeah. Cuz they don't want people strong. Yeah. Like, imagine if you're not, you know, because people like these things that you're told to do and grow. And these, they help you, you know, when you have a family when you are getting out of debt, when you're not watching

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*, or taking drugs or getting drunk, like you will be wealthier, stronger, happier, less easy to mold and manipulate. And the system doesn't like that, you know, the system wants you to be a docile, broken, needy dependent and so that's why they hate Authentic Christianity or Islam, because they follow the rules. You know, Christianity bans usury, Christianity banned *. Chris, Jesus said he wasn't here to change the law. Like that's in the Bible. It's like, but yet you have a con artist with his little note saying, but what he really means is the laws are fun, you know, work around and it's nonsense. It's just it's like people got to start being honest with themselves

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because they're only hurting themselves. Absolutely. Absolutely. Thank you once again, and

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Bosnia, we mentioned his last time I want to say hello from a fan of yours. Or Han or Han I mentioned his name before and Bosnia he still got an invitation there if you ever want to go inside I think about the juice man. It's like, like I'm growing an orchard this year with Golden Delicious, like those bottles you showed me of like, of like juice, because like when I used to like alcohol, it was more than like the journey of it like the bottling that type of fruit stuff like that. You can do it without alcohol. Yeah, and when you show me that stuff, that was like mind blowing like that, that you can just take a lot of pride and and put a lot of work into having amazing juices,

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you know? Yeah. So what do you think if would you

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Ever take a trip to have you been to Europe before?

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Ah yeah, I studied in the Czech Republic I was a World War Two history major and I wanted to study like war and so and but yeah I I probably would go back to Europe I it's hard to get me out of Idaho I like to one show your Bosnia there's a oran has a farm also out there so they got goats they got raw milk they got everything so think about that and then also the the heart of Jerusalem is actually they call Bosnia that's where east meets west so much history most people a lot of people speak English and it's a beautiful country so I mentioned I'd love to check it out. I mean, I got friends over there I got a lot of listeners in that region. Yeah, you do. Yes.

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In the history there is unreal. Like you'll see these castles and ports and it's like but you don't learn about it. What do you think caused all that all the other problems over there like because I don't even know like I like we heard a Bill Clinton's bombing it NATO this. There's a warlord you know, but I have no idea what happened over there. I'm sure it's a whole nother

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that's a whole different story. But just in a nutshell. You had from my roots.

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The Bosnians, we were Unitarian Christians. We didn't believe Jesus was God. We believed he was a messenger. We saw the corruption at a church prayed outside the church. So when Islam came, a fit like a glove is the belief in Jesus being a messenger of worshipping one and only God without the Trinity and that's when Bosnians became Muslim so then they were considered by the church hermetic so that's where you had the division of the people from Catholics the Orthodox Christians and then this is what what kicked it off from there and then you have

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from there things developed as you want to go further

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but we can we can it was a religious fight or was it economic or you had a button nationalism a lot of nationalism that pushed and disguise of religion at the same time? Yeah, they do that a lot. Yeah. So it'd be a nice place to visit Thank you very much. It was really nice having you on again. Thanks for having me. It is a blast I love talking with you and God willing we can one day meet in person do this in person. How do we how do I get to Bosnia is really the main city there is it just called Bosnia from Bosnia usually, let's say you're traveling from Chicago, you go to Europe, you can go Frankfurt, Vienna, so wherever you're at and then you and then from there. It's about an

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hour, two hour, two hours flight to Sarajevo. And then saliva was the capital. Oh, yeah. Nice. Yeah. I would love to go there someday. I love that. All right. If you love we'll talk off here. And maybe we can make that happen. I'm on pace. I gotta go milk some goats. Thank you. Thank you. Peace. I cannot leave without giving you a gift. If you're not yet Muslim and you're tuning in and see what these Muslims are talking about. And you'd like a free copy of the Quran. Go and visit the deen We'll take care of the postage and everything and get it delivered to you. And if you still have some questions about Islam, call us at 1-800-662-4752 We'll see you next time. Until

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then, Peace be with you as salaam alaikum

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