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The Gary Null Show – 06.22.16

On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary discussed these important topics to help his audience to grow mentally and physically:

How important is our relationship with silence?

“Less meat, less heat”: China’s plan to drop meat consumption gets praise

Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Cameron urge people to eat less meat

Eat less meat to avoid dangerous global warming, scientists say

Breastfeeding cuts moms’ heart risk

Gary goes to a break and plays this track: Natalie Cole – This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)

Gary read these great articles and add his opinion to the topic:

On “Islamic” and “Islamist terrorism”

This was not about Islam: Getting it wrong about the Orlando massacre

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Justin Raimondo – Kosovo: Hillary Clinton’s Legacy of Terror

The “liberation” of Kosovo unleashed radical Islamism in Europe Kosovo is Clinton Country: a 10-foot-high statue of Bill overlooks “Bill Clinton Boulevard” in the capital city of Pristina. Hillary is also memorialized in what has become the crime capital of Europe: right off the street named for her husband is a store named “Hillary,” featuring women’s clothing modeled after the putative Democratic party nominee for President. …

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William R. Polk – Muslim Memories of West’s Imperialism

One result of the great transformation we call the Industrial Revolution in the northern hemisphere was the increasing scale of the European commercial, political and military domination of societies and states scattered from Morocco to Indonesia and from Central Asia deep into Africa. For convenience, because of their location, their relative weakness and their Islamic orientation, I called these Afro-Asian …

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Stephen Zunes – Turkey’s Creeping Authoritarianism: Is the Resistance Enough?

Turkey’s march towards authoritarianism took another dangerous turn this past week with the forced resignation of moderate Islamist Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, apparently at the insistence of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Though constitutionally the Turkish prime minister wields executive authority and the president is largely a figurehead, Erdoğan—who served as prime minister for eleven years before term limits forced him …

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Juan Cole – 3 Surprising reasons Saudi Arabia may be getting out of the Oil Business

Saudi crown prince Muhammad bin Salman announced Friday that Saudi Arabia would use its oil assets to back a $2 trillion sovereign wealth fund. The move suggested to many observers that the kingdom is preparing for a likely end of the petroleum business and transitioning to being primarily an investor. While it is true that the money for the sovereign wealth fund …

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The Gary Null Show – 03.30.16

Discussed today on the show:

Soy and its benefits, including in Asia, which has less cases of breast cancer then anywhere else

Zinc and how taking 20 mg a day can help keep type 2 diabetes in check

Are telomeres the key To aging? Living a good life helps as well but telomeres is something to look into.

Higher Vitamin D intake gives men a better change of surviving prostate cancer

Green tea’s ability to help reduce symptoms of periodontal disease may be due to the presence of the antioxidant catechin

Omega 3 fatty acid (DHA) helps reduce tumor growth

Brocili and Sprouts should be eaten to help with Ulcers.

Gary gives both sides to the debate about how the University of California adopted a no tolerance policy when it comes to linking Anti-Zionism to Anti-Semitism.

Three You Tube videos as well. Look inside this link to play them.

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Dr. Ludwig Watzal – ISIS’ Main Enemy Is Saudi Arabia Not Israel

In several of my German articles I have been arguing that an “Islamic State” doesn’t make any sense without the control over the sacred sites of Islam, Mecca and Medina. That is why, so my reasoning, ISIS should not have attacked Al-Assad or the Al-Abadi regime, not to speak of Israel, but the Wahhabite Salafist Saudi Arabian dictatorship. This regime …

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Story of cities #3: the birth of Baghdad was a landmark for world civilisation

If Baghdad today is a byword for inner-city decay and violence on an unspeakable scale, its foundation 1,250 years ago was a glorious milestone in the history of urban design. More than that, it was a landmark for civilisation, the birth of a city that would quickly become the cultural lodestar of the world. Contrary to popular belief, Baghdad is …

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American Religion Not as Exceptional As We Think

DURHAM, NC – For generations, the United States has been considered a religious outlier — its citizens more dedicated to their faith and houses of worship than the rest of the developed world. But new research from Duke University and University College London (UCL) suggests that American devotion to religion is waning, a decline mirrored across the Western world. The study …

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Study: Freedom of religion, civic rights were important components of a ‘Muslim nation’

Prophet Muhammad believed that freedom of religion and civic rights were important components of a ‘Muslim nation,’ according to a Rice University analysis of the prophet’s covenants with Christians. The researcher argues that the covenants can be used to develop a stronger democratic partnership between Muslims and Christians in the Islamic world and elsewhere. “Religious Pluralism and Civic Rights in …