By Junious Ricardo Stanton
AkobenFeb 14, 2023
Akoben- Here's Something Interesting
Junious Ricardo Stanton shares the fact the African continent has the lowest COVID vaccination rate, the lowest incidences of COVID and lowest COVID shot adverse effects and the implications of this for all of us.
Akoben- Martin Luther King Jr vs The Great Reset
Junious Ricardo Stanton honors Martin Luther King Jr's earth day, extrapolates what King's stance on current events might be and the forces that he would have to overcome to get his messages of Peace Justice and Brotherhood manifested in 2023.
Akoben-2023 Predictions Be Light As A Feather in 2023
Junious Ricardo Stanton offers several predictions for 2023 and recommends keeping your heart and mind light to invigorate your Life Force in 2023.
Akoben- Preparing for the Holidays
Junious Ricardo Stanton offers a few tips on preparing for the holidays, the importance of staying emotionally balanced and not allowing yourself to become stressed out.
Akoben- The Elephant In The Room
Junious Ricardo Stanton points out the elephant in the room, the nexus between the rising all mortality count, the high insurance pay outs and the COVID injections.
Akoben- Monkeypox Here We Go Again
Junious Ricardo Stanton deconstructs the latest ooga booga from the World Health Organization, the Monkeypox virus. He explains the similarities of their Monkeypox campaign to the HIV/AIDS and COVID scare mongering.
Akoben- Three Women's History Profiles
Junious Ricardo Stanton shares brief biographies of three African-American women from three different eras in celebration of Women's History Month.
Akoben- The Real Deal About the Crisis In Ukraine
Junious Ricardo Stanton debunks the lies and war propaganda and shares the real deal about what is going on in Ukraine. Choose truth and peace over lies, deceit and war.
Akoben- Maroon Communities in the Early Americas, Commentary on situation in Ukraine
Junious Ricardo Stanton shares the history of free African settlements (Maroons) in the early Americas for this Black History episode and also provide background on the US's crucial role in causing the situation in Ukraine
Akoben- History of Fort Mose the First Free Settlement of Africans in North America
Junious Ricardo Stanton shares the history of Fort Mose Florida the first free African settlement in North America populated by escaped Blacks who were given asylum and freedom by the Spanish under the condition they convert to Catholicism and fight in the Spanish militia.
Akoben- Looking At Martin Luther King Jr in 2022, What Would Dr. King Say About COVID-19 and Transhumanism?
Junious Ricardo Stanton looks at Martin Luther King Jr as a radical challenger to the status quo seeking systemic reform and asks what would MLK Jr say about COVID and Transhumanism?
Akoben- 2022 Predictions, top priority for the new year
Junious Ricardo Stanton offers a few predictions for 2022 and shares the top priority we should have going into the new year.
Junious Ricardo Stanton shares how Iatrogenesis, injury or death due to physician error, adverse reaction to prescription medicines, medical equipment failure or malfunction, hospital nurse or nursing home staff negligence is one of the leading causes of death in the United States (some say as high as the third leading cause of death) and how the growing COVID injection adverse reactions and deaths are exacerbating the iatrogenic situation in the US.
Akoben- Hippocratic oath Hypocrites
Junious Ricardo Stanton shares how the Western philosophical basis of medicine, the Hippocratic Oath for healers, has been rendered irrelevant, passé' and obsolete. Today in medicine, pharmaceuticals and medical equipment its all about profits over people, the bottom line over health and wellness which has dangerous repercussions for humanity.
Akoben- Rubin Benson Signatures book interview
Junious Ricardo Stanton speaks with Rubin Benson about his latest book Signature Legendary African American Distinctive Signatures. Mr. Benson shares what motivated him to do a book on African-American signatures, he explains the research and selection process and what he hopes people will get from the book.
Akoben-What We Should Know
Junious Ricardo Stanton shares information about Moderna, Big Pharma, the SARS-COV-2 inoculations and regulatory capture. On this episode of Akoben he explains how the US FDA is not on our side because it is in the grip and clutches of the very industries it is supposed to be regulating.
Akoben- Haiti Gets No Respect
Junious Ricardo Stanton provides insight into current events in Haiti, why Haiti is so poor and the reasons people are fleeing the island nation.
Akoben- What a week
Junious Ricardo Stanton reviews the week of September 6th, 2021 looking at the irony and the meaning of some of the events: the holiday, presidential actions and 9-11 commemoration.
Akoben- Aaron R. Spradley POV
Junious Ricardo Stanton interviews Aaron R. Spradley author of POV Translating The Differences Between Men and Women's Perspective , a book about perspectives, communication, empathy and relationships.
Akoben- The Similarities Between The War on Terror and COVID-19 Propaganda
Junious Ricardo Stanton describes the eerie similarities between the post 9-11 imperialist Global War on Terror psychological warfare on the American people and today's COVID-19 propaganda campaign.
Akoben- Don't Say You Weren't Warned
Junious Ricardo Stanton sounds the Akoben to warn about the creeping fascism and technocratic social re-engineering the globalati intends to impose upon the world that does not have our best interests at health and well being heart.
Akoben- The History and Significance of Juneteenth
Junious Ricardo Stanton shares the history and significance of the Juneteenth celebration.
Akoben- Why Independent Media Is So Important
Since five major conglomerates own and control 90% of what we see hear and read, it is critically important we support independent media. Independent media provides diversity of opinion, an opposition to the mind numbing claptrap in the corporatist media and offers opportunities for new voices and ideas to be seen and heard.
Akoben- The Tulsa Greenwood massacre Was Just the Tip of the Iceberg
Junious Ricardo Stanton addresses the centennial of the 1921 race massacre in the Black Greenwood section of Tulsa Oklahoma. The history of this dastardly event has been suppressed but is finally coming to light and he shares the reality Greenwood wasn't the only such incident, in fact it was one of many.
Akoben- Free Thinking Not Allowed
Junious Ricardo Stanton shares his concerns about the growing censorship, controlled narrative and the dwindling freedoms of press information, speech and assembly not only in the US but around the world.
Akoben- Spiritual Alchemy
Junious Ricardo Stanton shares the origins of spiritual alchemy and how we can employ this ancient process to win the spiritual war against the usurpers trying to play god, reorient the natural order, turn us into cyborgs and zombies to rule over us.
Akoben- Safiyyah Warren Moore On The Scene Magazine
Junious Ricardo Stanton interviews Safiyyah Warren Moore the founder and publisher of On The Scene Magazine an Online lifestyle magazine. Safiyyah is a fourth generation publisher. She shares how and why she got into the publishing business on her own.
Akoben- Your Papers Please
Junious Ricardo Stanton discusses the global oligarchy's push for COVID inoculation passports and the impending surveillance, tracing, tracking and restrictions they will bring.
Akoben- Charetta Walls and Julia Jones Sunny Day Grief Counseling and Support Group
Junious speaks with Charetta Walls and Julia Jones two widows who started Sunny Day Grief Counseling and Support Group a North Carolina based grief counseling and support group. Their goal is to assist men and women suffering the loss of a loved one, by encouraging them to and empower themselves and continue living despite their loss and pain by offering personalized practical support and steps based upon their own experiences.
Akoben-Black History Independent Black Filmmakers, Southern Freedom Routes and US Maroon Settlements
Junious Ricardo Stanton shares little known Black History facts about early independent Afro-American filmmakers, Southern escape routes to freedom in Mexico and Florida and actual US Maroon settlements in the Great Dismal Swamp in Virginia and North Carolina.
Akoben- The Roots of African-American Antipathy towards the US Medical Establishment
Host Junious Ricardo Stanton offers a look at the roots of African-American antipathy towards the US medical system and share the Nuremburg Code that guarantee protection from nonconsensual medical experimentation .