Ark Midnight 218 - Uprising: Who the Hell Said? - Peter Chowka Live
Aug 29, 2020
Uprising: Who the Hell Said? – Peter Chowka Live – Hr 1
Uprising: Who the Hell Said? – Peter Chowka Live – Hr 2
Uprising: Who the Hell Said? – Peter Chowka Live – Hr 3
• Peter Barry Chowka
Peter Barry Chowka has worked as an investigative journalist in a variety of media — including print, radio, television, and documentary films — for the past five decades. He has done on the ground reporting on national politics, Medicine Inc. and Big Pharma, and promising innovative alternative medical treatments.
His work was recognized by the National Institutes of Health, which appointed Peter to two of the first advisory panels of the NIH Office of Alternative Medicine in 1992. Since 2017, Peter has contributed over 250 articles on politics, socialism, the media, Covid-19, and other subjects to American Thinker dot com. Recently, he was invited to be a regular contributor to the BBC — the largest broadcaster in the world.
Peter’s Web site with links to his free archive of several hundreds articles at American Thinker and The Epoch Times is https://peter.media/
• Diamond & Silk
Lynnette “Diamond” Hardaway and Rochelle “Silk” Richardson are biological sisters from North Carolina and are Video Vloggers, Internet Sensations, Influencers, the host of The Viewers View, and Diamond and Silk Chit Chat live.
They are outspoken and loyal supporters of President Donald J Trump. Standing with the silent majority, the Duo rose to prominence in 2015 receiving media attention for their support for President Donald J Trump and created a video calling out journalist Megyn Kelly for asking ignorant questions during the first Presidential Debate which made Drudge and went VIRAL. In September of 2015, Diamond and Silk Switched their Political Party from Democrat to Republican to Vote for Donald J Trump in the Primaries and the General Election.
• Ronnie Hawkins
Ronnie Hawkins was born in Huntsville, Arkansas, on January 10, 1935, two days after Elvis Presley. His mother was a teacher; his father, a barber. Known affectionately over the years as ‘Mr. Dynamo,’ ‘Sir Ronnie,’ ‘Rompin’ Ronnie,’ and ‘The Hawk,’ Hawkins’ love of music started in high school.
Prior to shaping his self- described repertoire and style as “a cross between Carl Perkins and Led Zeppelin”, he formed the first version of his band The Hawks while studying at the University of Arkansas in the 1950s. In 1958, on the recommendation of Conway Twitty – who considered Canada to be a promised land for a rambunctious rock’n roll- rockabilly singer – Hawkins came to Hamilton, Ontario to play a club called The Grange. He never left. In 1958 his hit, “Hey, Bo Diddley” was released. This was followed by ‘Marylou’, which turned Hawkins into a teenage idol. Over the years, Hawkins gained recognition for recruiting and grooming outstanding talent.
The membership of his band, The Hawks, kept changing as the talent flowed in and out, but the name stayed the same.