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"abdul nasser" Discussed on Rear Vision

Rear Vision

08:16 min | Last month

"abdul nasser" Discussed on Rear Vision

"The revolutionary committees stand in egypt a month after he gained the presidency nasa nationalized the suez canal families of british employees of the company. Arriva london airport the them. We're thought italy egypt while the crisis continues. The company has strongly advised them to come home. A delegation was sent to negotiate with the egyptians which included australian prime minister. Robert menzies egyptian president. Nasa says goodbye to australian premier robert menzies and his colleagues but in spite of the snow's in the findlay handshakes egypt onset to the eighteen nation. Plan for international control of the sewage canal is still next refusal. Mr meneses buys back to london disturbing knowledge that although he and his committee do their best. Their mission has faith in october. Nineteen fifty-six israel. Britain and france attacked egypt but apprecia- from the soviet union the united states and the united nations force them to withdraw and the suez canal was finally left in the hands of the egyptians. So in nineteen fifty six. That's when the joint forces of israel. Britain and france decided to attack in what will be known as the try park kites aggression of course it was experienced as imperial aggression on dejection territory cds. Along the canal would be bombed and woods. Experience the siege. But eventually this attack didn't really yields the outcome that it had hoped for international disapproval ensued and these forces had to withdraw so this was a political victory for egypt and for its president. Come on last and to once it was actually nationalized. Did you start to see a significant change in the way the canal was actually functioned. The where it ran in terms of those at the top it began a first time to have leadership from the army Gamal abdul nasser appointed a general to head up the suez canal authority. Which was the egyptian version of the suez canal company for example. They asked pilots. They asked those who had technical expertise to stay on. Because you don't sail through the canals. We learned in the last couple of weeks by yourself. You ask actually pull through and so. The pilots were primarily foreign so he had to negotiate that but then at one point the foreigners british and french particular decides to leave and the have to take over pretty quickly and the greeks follow suit and the pilots all become pilots and they have to take over administration but the canal continues to run as it did before or the majority of the twenty years between the suez crisis in nineteen fifty six and the sensation formal hostilities. Between egypt and israel in the mid nineteen seventies. The canal was for years during that time blocked by sunken ships purposely sunk by the egyptians to prevent people from using the canal and that was a strategic imperative for them that day did and but many ways that was caused by british reaction. It wasn't like it proves the point of british concern. It was the british concern which leads to a botched invasion of the canal zone that the americans didn't back that led to the fall of anthony eden that led to the rise of gamal abdel nasser as a regional leader of the arab nationalist movement which was a loose not cohesive. One was in many ways provoked by the british reaction. Not oh my god. The british were totally right. Look what happens if the egyptians own and run the canal so it wasn't egyptian ineptitude. It was geopolitical realities and by that it mattered a lot less than britain had left india. The commonwealth australia new zealand. Another place nominally. Under the aegis of the british empire there's the sixty seven war between egypt and israel the led to the occupation of the sinai in the canal zone and closed the canal for eight years. So it's funny that we have a short memory about that. This major waterway was essentially today use for large period of time. And then we have a number of instances even in recent years where due to crashes or man-made or technological issues where ships collide ships. Go off course. Our weather conditions create an accident and the canal is stopped for twelve hours or so and so it's not unusual. The suez canal one of the busiest shipping highways in the world. At least it usually is except for now with a massive containership waged in the narrow canal blocking traffic in both directions still as significant a trade route as it used to be and is it still bringing this sort of kind of revenue that at once did to egypt. I think that the consequences of the ever given accident the long lineup of ships waiting the costs associated to the delays that suggests to us how swiss kennel still plays a significant role in global wide commercial routes however the fact that in two thousand fifteen. The egyptian government decided to expand a portion of the canal with a lot of emphasis on the political benefits. That would derive from that that is indicative of how these measures aware very much needed. These enlargement works were very much needed but really address part of the problem. In fact the ever given got stuck in a portion of the canal that that happens to be knots the portion of the canal that had been enlarged and so these again suggests to us that in spite of its its commercial importance on the global stage. The canal definitely needs some restructuring that the two thousand fifteen works didn't really fully address it's significant revenue for egypt in terms of foreign currency. The taxes is quite important to egypt. It's almost as important as the tourist economy and it's very significant economically. That's why there's so much investment in the canal zone the expansion of numerous times over the last decade particularly under It's been expanded. And there is a large project to modernize support system to build larger container facilities with money coming in from china. When i wrote the book twenty years ago it felt like now was much more in its twilight. The rise of china has has brightened the twilight. And there's no evidence that there's going to be less movement of global goods particularly with africa asia and other parts of the world continue to bring hundreds of millions of people out of the developing world class into the middle class so that the demand for goods in washing machines and stop. It's is pretty robust. So the canal remain a central artery of the movement of goods zachary. Cary build over eating visit the creation of a sewage canal. Today's other guests muhammed email eldeen historian of modern egypt and achier commonality assistant professor at texas tech university today. Sound engineer isabella troiano. I'm annabelle and business revision on radio. National you've been listening to abc podcast. Discover more great. Abc podcasts live radio and exclusives on the abc listen up..

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"abdul nasser" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

05:45 min | 3 months ago

"abdul nasser" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Now while elsa doughy was remarkable the egyptian more than fifty books one of them from a prison cell using a smuggled panel and toilet paper she survived threats from islamic militants and she ran for president of egypt ms l. Saddam died last night in cairo. She was eighty nine noel l. saddam was more than just a writer. She was also a doctor and a feminist. She was one of the first to speak out against genital mutilation. She herself suffered. When she was six she was also a fearless critic of those who held power in egypt so naturally she took part in the arab spring revolution of twenty eleven. On the day that president hosni mubarak step down. She spoke to carol. Here is part of their conversation. This elsa douay what does this day mean for you well. Today is historically in fact every day in the recent change. Twenty five was hysterical. Today is the climax of that evolution house thirty day. You're dancing with the young people. You are almost eighty years old yes. I am eighteen years old. But i was reborn and i felt young. The editor google dot resolution. So i was entire square from twenty five january change. Today day are night. I feel young. I didn't feel. I am eighty. I came to my home to take fella and then go back so among the young people. I felt jahnke. Was there ever a moment of danger for you was. Did you have any problems with the many many especially dude. And when is the second february. I was in the middle of times square. When the host men and men on camels attacked that square the order mubarak of course and his men. And i was about to be knock my host win. The host came in front of me day on men. Cut it away. Because i cannot turn like them show i. They guided me away from the whole shirts and the camera. When the announcement came that mr mubarak was stepping down. Where were you streets badging. We were dancing everywhere. And what was that moment like for you. It's an inspiration. i had inclusion. I read that t will step down today or tomorrow. Maximum and he stepped out because he could not continue. You have been an eighty years you've seen hosni mubarak you were around for anwar sadat. You were around. I think for gamal abdul nasser. You've seen a lot of leaders in egypt. What do you want to see now. Who do you want to see lead egypt. I don't want to one person. I won't collective leadership we don't want another payroll. We elected leadership by the people. We need a new constitution and new secular constitution that does not discriminate between christian and muslim or men and women. Would you consider running for president. No no no no no. When read in two or five you did it. Just challenge mubarak as to mullick. Because i was running after him and he's fully is who's running out for me. So i exposed the false democracy that was an activist and author nobel l. sadaawi speaking to carol. In february twenty seven on the day hosing mubarak stepped down.

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"abdul nasser" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

05:19 min | 7 months ago

"abdul nasser" Discussed on Israel Story

"Israel story is brought to you by project kishore project. Cashier is a nonprofit organization that empowers and invest in women. They develop jewish women leaders and interfaith coalitions in belarus russia ukraine and israel. They deliver torres. Two women who've never held one before broadcast women's health information on ukrainian public radio and help russian-speaking immigrants. Israel advocate for equal rights. Learn more at project cascio dot org now back to abdolnasser moseley older colt kamilo saf. Just returned home empty-handed from the annual horse show. This was obviously a blow for abdolnasser. After all it was the first time he had shown a male horse at the competition and the pressure was on. It's the wrong metaphor. I know but a winning colt can be a real cash cow. Still abdul nasser had many reasons to chin up. There would always be next year and then he'd have not one but two colts to bring to the show. Okay back to joel. In a lease following the excitement of the competition it was now back to the grind the slow and often tedious work of feeding and caring for his horses. Since he was still very young horse comal would have another chance to prove himself next year. And by then with any luck morale now four months old would also be ready for the ring but a few months after album nassir returned from the show everything changed. I just come to the room. And he's not eating going in circles in the room. You know horses eat the whole time so they just are not eating. You know that they have something wrong once again just like. When he was born moala on the her was sick. It was an infection the stomach to take him to the hospital. I took myself that day. I'll mouser was supposed to be working at the family store instead. He loaded up. Milwall waited at the checkpoint drove towards tel aviv and left his cult at the veterinary hospital and then turned around and headed back to the west bank. You know. I went back to the shop. They called me on make an hit either. The sources like one of your children. Manuela was a very special call toss and still lives inside us. He was a great one. And i just couldn't wait to show him but he didn't make it. There is a lot of waiting in the life of a horse breeder to begin with when you breed your merit. There's a long pregnancy almost a full year before you can even see the new horse when you look at the baby on you. Look at the horseshoe made a wall. This is my idea. And this is why i wanted this. Y and then you have to wait until they're old enough to be shown there's not much to do with the courses you know. Feed them good. That's all and then of course. There are long stretches of time between joe's with morales death alba's hopes now rested on komo had ten months to wait till the next event enough time for doubt to creep. In many people are breathing courses on they. Just don't get anything in chosen or don't get the To sell the horses that they both were a lot of money or they invested in during some of the harder moments can even imagine abandoning his ambitions altogether and getting a normal job. If i think about like getting a job now jerusalem damola okay. I might go on spence six days a week but those ten months were also enough time to remember why he doesn't do that. Why instead he spends so much time and money on his horses won. I live here in palestine. When i have my even horse. This makes me feel a. I'm i'm sticking to my identity as an arab and as a pedestrian. I'd give all of my efforts note to my horses and it's the thing that made me successful as a person this is. What makes me special. I have to give everything to the passion. This in this business those creatures that conviction gets abalos through a long winter a warm spring and a dry hot summer and then once again it's time for the annual show for another chance to bring his cult into the ring to prove that one day he could become the best arabian horse breeder in the region that for any of that to happen versus unions to win winning enough show. That gives you a big push gives you. This is your.

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"abdul nasser" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

06:49 min | 7 months ago

"abdul nasser" Discussed on Israel Story

"Hey i mean she harmon and this is israel's story our episode today or seeing around over the next couple of episodes were going to tell the stories of two people whose lives barely intersect or overlap. In many ways they couldn't be more different ones a man. The other woman wants a jew the other muslim ones an israeli settler and the other is palestinian. They don't know each other and if they did they might well think of the other as an enemy but they both have at least one thing in common and that one thing is their love of horses like the neal invented the galil abdolnasser muslim kafka cobb dreams big every three when he breeds as mad. He imagines like world tomkins. He's twenty two years old still lives at home and has a trim black beard in a boyish smile. I'm looking always for the real arabian horse. White fort hood big is smooth nostrils pretty face. People criticize me. They say we can't put the saddle and a pretty face. I don't care you know. i'd like to good face. Abdul not series a horse breeder and he spends most of his time talking dreaming and breathing colts phillies mares and stallions cafa where ogden nassar in his family live is a palestinian neighborhood. Just south of our mala even though it's cut off from the rest of jerusalem by a wall and a checkpoint it's considered part of the city because of that cafa cobb is sort of a strange no-man's-land on the one hand it's part of jerusalem so it's supposedly service by the municipality but on the other hand it's on the palestinian side of the separation barrier so it really isn't in. The result is a lot of garbage everywhere poor sanitation overcrowding lack of regulation so when abdolnasser and his father hotmail decided to build stables on their property. No one told them they couldn't feel what the that's up deal. Nassar's mother nuha as ogden also was mature enough to interact talker share love in a in a visible way. His resignation with animal became visible as well. Mainly i spend my time with my horses more than my friends. When abdolnasser i started raising horses his parents were actually worried of the first day said This doesn't make sense. You're paying three thousand chickens for horse for a month. We didn't pay for you for school. you know. we're paying them now for the hours. They didn't believe their sons expensive new hobby would ever break even said we just way i'm going to have a good money from these sources said. Okay we're waiting waiting and for years. They all waited but from those modest stables up the lasserre is now reaching for a not so modest dream would love to be best arabian horse breeder in the world. Joel chupakhin the least coker. A filmmaker who made a beautiful documentary about abdolnasser brings us the story of abdel nasser's colts for centuries arabian horses. Were bred for their stamina and strength. They were central to arab bedouin. Life and used for transportation sports and in warfare. Horsemanship is a sport that is held in high esteem by at abs. In general it has been mentioned in the koran but today mainly raised for a very different purpose their show horses abdel nasser's entire life is centered around showing his horses competitions where they're judged on how closely they resemble the ideal arabian horse of the past. He's done pretty wealthy shows over. The years is even won some trophies here and there but so far all the horses he's shown have been female either young phillies or adult mayors and to be considered a serious breeder abdul. Nasser is going to need something else. Am male breeding horse. A stallion of his own in march twenty eighteen. He made a crucial first step towards his dream. When one of his mayors gave birth to a baby called gemmell of como or como for short off means perfect if think Or a preacher. That has has everything. It's also the title of a song by a famous dejection singer. We love giving our horses. The names of halim hafiz songs to abdolnasser comma was perfect. Russet brown with a pretty face a white stripe down his forehead and most importantly he was his first colt. Is i chance to raise a champion stallion. Two months later on the very same day at least began filming her documentary. Nassar's future got even brighter. His other mayor also gave birth another cult. The second call was born in the afternoon. In the middle of the month of ramadan wandering small his premature he was dark. Brown with a single splash of white. Just between the is the size of a dog with long wobbly legs and if thought com is i was perfect well as soon as he saw this new one but i saw the face. I said okay. This is my favorite host alex. I couldn't believe my eyes for his second cult was even more perfect but right away nassir sense that something was wrong was moving in strange monnet and the call didn't breastfeed you know so. That was a very bad sign. It was colic which without intervention is often fatal and in the west bank veterinary care is harder to come by especially during the month of ramadan. So don't call. Dr barack omron an israeli bat from benjamin. The looks like the call. The has constipation. the best animal hospitals in the region are within israel on the other side of the checkpoint given cooper strange status of being technically part of jerusalem abdolnasser kellyanne unlike most palestinians freely back and forth but he could have easily been stuck at the checkpoint for hours. A long line of idling.

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"abdul nasser" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

1:34:43 hr | 11 months ago

"abdul nasser" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Starting a unification process called welcome to my city when I dropped one volume two volume three, and now we work on a welcome to my city volume for I have encouraged every young man in the city of Memphis man to to buy into to come together to support each other in net is the way we will see the ultimate riches. The hate is gonNA. Keep keeping us. In underground you know that I have been a pioneer for the with motivation from guys like a Minister Farrakhan Martin Luther King being killed in our city same manse. At some point, this got to stop seeing where we are today. In the history of time is historical. The fact that I'm alive the fact that I'm young vibrant able to make music for my fans to deliver to my people in my peers. is is priceless man. Maine so I'm are honestly I still can't believe like that's my emotion. seriously. That's my Hash Tag. That's my move still can't believe and here it is the songs clear and we get the song released today on a daylight June eighteenth. So it's crazy. Marriott makes you found my instagram at drama boy fridge. Make sure you follow my clothing store at House Frisch, eighteen wheel of the record label at Drum squad records follow Dj coalition at drums, squad DJ and check on clothing line at fresh family man fresh. Family Spill P. H.. A. M. I. L. Y.. Follow our youtube channel drums. Squad, TV, subscribe I also hurt. The still can't believe a single and I get you on. The drums scorch on the keys. It's beautiful, so it was amazing. CALAMINE was Scott stores. I just made a post where we interviewed him, and we used a little clip that he said spoke about me so y'all check that out on my last post at drummer butch free. Man Drama Board podcast coming soon, I bet. Third Stay tuned. Well I mentioned Saito Vin. Because we got the burn single burn is is what's going on in the city. Man for real eye Wendy's got burned down by like. You know what I'm saying. The protests going on here like I'm in. It I'm i. have just recently voted got caught in a protest. You know what I'm saying so is is just so many epic moments that motivation like again you make music around what you see. At least I do I. Make Music around what I see. I'm very emotional producer so of around protests. If I'm around killing anger and hey, I'm GONNA make music. Did that that that matches daddy most while can I ask you a personal question? Yes? Cops especially today they're not America's favorite occupation right now and I think this modern civil rights. Movement is opening ignorant people's eyes to police, corruption, and how they force their will on people I want to ask you. It took a year for your brother's killer to get justice. Do you feel like the police did everything in their power to close that case or are you a bit disgruntle? FBI. FBI different ballgame this. We're talking federal, so it's a little bit different than. Than Than Police on. Detectives again is a whole different ballgame. Police nominate worked for the APD But I. Think what Detectives Do, and what the FBI does. Is a little bit different when you're a god, fearing man, have you? Did you forgive him? Dan But as You ask asking some questions Bro on. I haven't. But I haven't even thought about it so I would not even near you like the trial is still open. We haven't even went to trial for this shit like man. That's understandable why I wanNA I wanNA. Give a are to your big brother insane. Way And I know he had four kids. I know you're you're probably a great uncle. I know the whole. The whole situation is just tragic and and I. Know I think your knee jerk reaction was to. To distract yourself from the pain or deal with pain by Hey, I'm just GonNa go I'm going to be like my dad man. I'M GONNA. Put It in sixteen hours in the studio, but you kind of decided to Kinda take a year off from releasing music. So what did that time off? Allow you to do to where you are ready to come back full force a year later it allow me to water my relationships and end to understand family. It really understand what's important like. I can make a beat anytime. Dislike Ryan Bites nominee music. Don't control my life music, don't. and. That's the difference. Is is certain plus why used to be worried about my dad like y'all? Don't care about shit. Moments that might have been missed with me. when I was a kid, certain basketball games and I might want a mandate. I'm saying he. Chose to do other things would be other places. You know what I mean I think that's the difference would mean is just wanting to be there. Wanting to you know have a personal life and. Be Happy, personally my. How can you just be happy? Business Wise or Career wise, but you have no person I. Mean you learn a lot about that? You Quincy Jones. In his autobiography his documentary as well so I've seen so many other people. You know Kinda. Take advantage of time that we have especially while we. Enjoy life nominee It was good to kind of get all of those things and I've had some amazing people around me. That was able to show me low to. Really know what real genuine low Cli. Sometimes you know what I'm saying in the music industry? Everything say everybody wants some on the reason. These people you because you on the reason need people coach. Because you got this, you gotta data. You can do this for. You provide opportunities non I mean so. The personal is is much more genuine. Than the than the music industry and I think that's what helps, keep you grounded and allow you to attack the career even better. Yeah I hope by you talking with me. You feel that I'm genuine because I. Know you got people who use her presence for notoriety? Hey, where am I share on Instagram? Promote this promote that, but the fact that you're here means a lot because I. Know How Valuable Commodity Your time is now recognize it and giving away some of these jobs for free when you could write a book behind the hits or Publish release at any point. There's value in these stories as well so the book is on the way and his title behind the hits already written going through editorial stages right now it's crazy, you say so. We definitely on aligned so to speak. Men always pose eleven eleven so You sound like you could be of the eleven. Eleven caliber I. I appreciate that Man. Man I'm just a fan. You know and I know we're a ways off from the album, but it's going to be a cruel winter. I think the summer nineteen. Th is the date still. Yes, Sir December nineteenth. We're we're pushing it. I'm amid toilet I'm sticking to it. I'd like to give myself date ago so I can really attack. Be under pressure so to speak so. Yeah, that's that's what I'm. That's what I'm beating myself up about man pushing through December Nineteenth I. Appreciate You your music. 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We go back sixty five years to July nineteen, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, five per episode of Dragnet, the Big Bobo, police sergeant accused of taking money from a woman to give her husband out of jail. And we thank you for tuning in on this Sunday, nineteen th day of July two hundred first day of twenty, twenty, one hundred and sixty five days remaining in the year, the first women's Rights Convention on this date in nineteen, forty, eight called by Elizabeth Cady. Stanton and the Krisha seamount held in Seneca polls. New York Winston Churchill. The first to use the two fingered V for victory sign in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, one in nineteen, forty-nine, Marilyn Monroe given her first stream test at Twentieth Century Fox. Did you ever have the feeling? Without, even knowing why. He. Just let somebody walk away from. Wouldn't know which way to turn of you. Find anyone. Take your point. Beginning. This. Before you came over here. And you. Can Look there. The test was enough to earn Monroe her first contract fifty year old frank. Sinatra married twenty one year old actress. Mia Farrow on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six, president, George Herbert Walker. Bush announced New Hampshire teacher. Christa McAuliffe would become the first schoolteacher to ride aboard the space shuttle. I would like to humanize the space age by giving perspective from a non astronaut because I think the students will look at that and say this is an ordinary person. This ordinary person is contributing to history, and if they can make that connection then they're going to get excited about history. And then you get excited about the future. They're going to get excited about stays. McCullough would perish in January, twenty, eight, thousand, nine, thousand, nine, hundred eighty six challenger disaster McCullough announce you would-be was announced. She would be aboard that Challenger on this date in one thousand nine hundred. I was on this date. In two thousand five death, Valley California registered temperature of one hundred twenty nine degrees, a total of twelve days over one, twenty, two or higher, reported overnight temperatures of one hundred or higher, also reported President George. W Bush announced his choice of federal. Appellate Court Judge John Roberts to replace Supreme Court Justice Sandra, day O'Connor back in two thousand five. It was on this date in two thousand fourteen actor James Garner Star in many movies, and the TV hits Maverick and the Rockford files died at his home in Los Angeles. You. Look around the desk there. See if you can fight some deputy sheriff. Ever said I was taken no jobs the deputy. You're just trying to corner me into this thing, sheriff. A little surprised. What's happening to me to in riding through here on my way to Australia? What do you think you're going? Well. This is just plain, dumb and stupid. Are you calling the sheriff stupid? To listen to him. He Ain't no town territory the town character. Deputy Sheriff in probably the second fastest gun around here. Did you hear that he probably is and if he is he will be after I had a chance to work with him for a couple of days. A clip from the nineteen sixty-nine Western comedy support your local Sheriff With Jack Elam and Bruce Dern Garner passing away on the state in two thousand and four at the age of eighty six. Others passed away on this date in history include Captain Binghamton, from Mikhail's Navy Joe Flynn Country Singer, lefty frizzell actor Jack Warden probably best known for the TV. Show crazy like a Fox. the man who created happy days Gary Marshall and passing away. One year ago today from Bladerunner and Sin City Rutger Hauer This is the birth date of the man who invented the Colt forty five, Samuel Colt accused murderess. Lizzie borden. Max Fleischer animator and film producer. Presidential candidate on the Democrat side, George, McGovern and country singer George Hamilton Fourth Alborn on this date. Happy Birthday Number Ninety five for the woman who sang sad movies. Make me cry and Norman both pop. It's in the. Sue Thompson Ninety pipe. Today. Vicki Carr with pen in hand. You sign your name. Vicky car seventy nine today. Queen Guitarist, Brian May is seventy three. Half of the Rock and Roll Express Robert Gibson is sixty two years of age today, and believe it or not. Easter takes the bumps in the ring. He is still wrestling at sixty to go figure. The man, who was a significant part of top gun and lead for much of ers run, but best known for his time in revenge of the nerds Anthony. Edwards turns eight the time it was, it was A. Good movie to make an a good comedy to make and You know that was kind of the beginning of the high tech world, and the Internet business all that coming into. Be So you know it was? It was very. It was actually topical. 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The names have been changed to protect the innocent. Detective Sergeant. You're assigned to internal affairs division. A man who claims he's a policeman has been accepting bribes in your city. Evidence points to the fact that he is an officer. Your job. Check it out. The documenta drama of an actual crime. The next thirty minutes in cooperation with the Los Angeles Police Department you will travel step by step on the side of the law through an actual case transcribed from official police files. From, beginning to end from crime, punishment dragnet is the story of your police force in action. Was Monday April eighteenth. It was cold Los Angeles. We working day watch out of internal affairs. Division my partner's Frank Smith. The boss Kevin, Fulton names Friday. On my way into the office, it was seven fifty eight. Am when I got to thirty six squadron. Mine? We keeping you up. A cops down all. Maybe you can use that, yeah! I remember a couple of months ago. Fey was unequivocal. Yeah, yeah! Seems I heard something about well, I'm prizes was about you know they were going to give us a little pup? Turned out. They were giving away caucus. They're Nice dogs thoroughbreds. Family talked it over decided. We'd rather have one of those. Those Basset Hounds, what are they one? Those dogs with a little short hind legs long years. Long Face Basset Hound. shaming the magazines. You know bad is look so sad. Hard to get, we had to wait a while. I got the call Saturday. Was! Named Hector. That's it actor. Why. Why Because they all expression kind fit. Since, hector was up yet. There's still a pop. With all night. He couldn't sleep kept wine. You still work here, don't you? Just stayed up of. Company we still working here. Oh. Come in this morning. couple. From Sacramento thank you. Glad to get the bed tonight. Excuse me. Yes. Ma'am we can do for you. Man Down Route Thirty Eight. Bunko told me to come here. Better. That's his name said see you. water reports nothing. Thank you? I think it's been too long. What's that well? I paid for it over a month ago. I'm tired of waiting you. WanNa tell us about what you mean. Henry should be home by now. It's been over a month. My husband Henry Farwell. Mina gave the man the money said he'd get Henrietta, jail, right away. Twenty told me what man the man who came to me. Who was a policeman? Eight twelve am we continue to talk to the woman? She had NFL as Mrs Henry Farwell when she gave us the full story. One of this man approach him in. Just minutes just Smith I got it all written down. Got It right here in my bag. Here it is. March sixth. That's a met him. Where'd you come to the house? My House told me one to talk about. Something said it was important. I didn't know him wasn't any reason he'd have anything important to talk to me about, but he said he knew the Mr. Your husband. Henry fought well, so you imprison. Yes then there for three and a half years. We. Don't like to ask Ms Farwell, but it's necessary. that. That's what he was convicted for. Judge told him go to jail for five years to life. was this first time he's been in jail. I thought so I thought it was all a mistake. They was wrong about the minister. It weren't. came out in the trial seems he'd done same thing before twice before. I didn't know about it when we got married didn't have any idea. The Mr Smith second husband first one died ten years ago. Women my age gets lonely so when Mr Farwell asked me to marry him. I said yes, then I found out about stealing. McMahon man said he knew your husband is that's right. Told me the met several years ago. then. He went on to tell me how the MR could get out. What do you mean? The way told it if you had friends. Who knew the right people you could get out of jail. If the right people were paid, a man could get out of prison. And you wanted you to give them. Some money noted first when he came to the house at the beginning, he didn't even mention it not at all. Wonder they bringing up. About a week later came over in the afternoon. I was out yard and he said he'd met the people who were important. One to could get the Mr out of prison. The these people were no just told me he'd met him. What happened? On March fourteenth. You told me that it could be arranged for the MR TO GET OUT OF JAIL Tell me. Did he tell this could be done? Well from what he told me talked to the right people. That's why he said it. The right people see if he gave him five thousand dollars, MR could be turned out. Yes. I told him I couldn't give him that much, but I just didn't have it with the man. Say when you told them. That asked me how much I could give him. I said if I sold a few things did what it could to get more money. I might be able to pay three thousand five hundred. Or wanted to say about that same ARA. No, no, no. He told me he'd have to go back and talk to the people. Ask them if it'd be enough. Would you see him again? Two days? He came back. What do you say then told me at the okay, the money be enough I got it together and gave it to him. No. No. It was two days later on March. That's when I gave him the money. It's been over a month now and the MR still hasn't been turned out. I wrote to him, but he doesn't say anything about coming home. I don't think he knows anything about it. Now I don't want to cause any trouble. Just what Mr Outer, prisoner else I. Want my money back. He told us this man was policeman. That's right and what city? I don't understand. What city did he work in? What city did he say? Worked in yeah in Los Angeles right here. Show you some indication? I wouldn't just hand over the money without that I saw his bad. Like this one let me see. just like that one same thing. You really give you a name. Yes. He said he was Jim so Vail Sachin, gyms are there. S So RV, l.! That's right. Check. Anything else to identify them. What do you mean well? Did he show you any other cards anything else? You mean it might be a wrong. That's right. No I'm sure about that. I wouldn't just hand my money over to anybody. I was sure. I saw driver's license. Did he tell you where he worked? You mean in what department? Yes. It's one of the reasons I believe in because wary work. Right here in the City Hall. Well I continue to talk to Mrs Firewall Franklin and a call the personnel. Three minutes later. He called me out into the hall. Closed door. Check the personnel records. Yeah, what'd you find out like? She was telling the truth. There is a gem. City home. Clothing that. The deal. We put a call to auto theft detail and ask that Sergeant James See us right away. While a victim waited in the squadron Franken, I took the down the interrogation. Thanks! What's this all about? Let's a rough one Jim. We hope you've got the answers I'll give me try. A policeman twelve years. Two years this time. I worked there before about five years ago. What's this all about anyway? You know a woman name Farwell. No I don't think. I'm a man Henry Follow. Silent, no wait a minute. Few years ago when I was working burglary. Seems got suspect that name. Big Guy Follow him twice before the way I remember. Bad. Name on time might be the same one. What about him I already went to the join a couple of years ago. Well! His wife came in here this morning. Yeah, so she gave an thirty five hundred dollars to get far jail. I know. Some kind of a deal. This fell city knew the right. People told her a little juice. It opened the doors for room. To Wash it into this. Guy told her was a policeman showed her ID to prove it. Name. Yours. You believe. Well. No, we don't want. We figure. We get your side of the story I. Tell you Friday I had no party action. That's the truth. It stands out it's got to. I don't know anything about the deal at all I wouldn't know the woman if she walked in here. Right mining or take a look at you then. Bring her in. Hot. She happened to pick me. told us the fellow that took her name. Must be a goof up someplace. You got your driver's license via. Showed him sure. Next line is. Take it out of your wallet, isn't I? Don't like this any better than usual, Jim. The. Got Your Badge Yeah. You want that to want to see it. All right. Ms Firewall. Says the suspect shooter badge says it looked good. I don't think it was mine. Here. One step inside this. Thank you. All right, and as as you know this man. Seems Axiom someplace before yes? I'll be careful and look carefully. Do you know where you've seen them? I'm trying to think. Take your time sure. Yes ma'am. Please be sure. Hairs little shorter at mustache before. But I can tell I can tell for sure. He's the one that took my money. Mrs, firewall was taken down the hallway. She made a complete report. We continue to interrogate Sergeant James. Savell, but he maintained his innocence. He was suspended from the police department, pending an investigation by our detail and the District Attorney's office. A week went by. During that time we talked to sorry bells, friends, and the many worked with his financial condition was investigated. Healed some money, but he was not Bein and his payments. His bank account show any large deposits from what we could find out. He was not living beyond his means. If he was guilty. He hadn't spent any of the money that he taken. We, asked the stats office to make a run on conman who would use a similar approach? Came back with a list of eighteen possible suspects. We pulled a mug shots from the packages on the men and we drove out soon as part well. She showed us in the living room of very small house. Now then, what is it this time you come to bring my money back? Wait am I gonNA get. It seems like a long time mistress still in prison. I haven't got my money. July nine, one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty five dragnet here on classic, Radio Theater, I'm Wyatt Cox coming up in just a few moments. We will have the news of the day in the newspapers of July nineteenth, nineteen, fifty, five along with the conclusion up dragnet. I'm Wyatt Cox. Thank you for spending part of your Sunday with us here on classical radio theater on your favorite radio station and don't forget. You can always hear our programs anytime on demand at. Radio DOT stream. This is Derek Reilly Auto Parts Story. After the third time jump starting my car, I finally realized my battery was dying so I stopped by O'Reilly to have it checked. They tested it right there in the parking lot. It was bad who real bad, but they helped me find the right battery for my car and even installed it for free now my car starts like new. Auto Parts. 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He big powers agreed to give the problem of German unification top priority on a four point agenda for the summit talks Max Harrelson writing for the associated, press says the other three points where European security disarmament and development of context between East and West priority for the German question was in accordance with Western demands. Since the Western foreign ministers had agreed in Paris last week, but this was the central problem for the Geneva discussions. The, story of a near tragedy, involving a rudderless be thirty six with twenty nine men aboard was disclosed by the Air Force yesterday, the bomber lost a big section of its tail as headed for Denver last week to fly over dedication ceremonies at the new Air Force Academy. The plane was about thirty miles from Denver at the time and loss of the thirty two foot high rudder section. Let the main crap without effective controls. The. International Union of electrical workers. Open contract negotiations with General Electric Today with demands for a full guaranteed annual wage. A twenty five year, old native of York, Pennsylvania will receive a police court hearing tomorrow. Officers regarded as the first test recent US circuit, court of Appeals Decision, which held segregation on city buses was unconstitutional James. Im- ridder a Negro college student, who was born in York, was arrested after the empowers a woman bus driver fairmount. Mine asked him to take the seat in the rear of the bus. Who gave a Richemont address was charged with unlawfully refusing to move in violation of the Code Virginia. He was released on his own recognizance. Democrats sponsored bill to broaden social security benefits for women and disabled workers appear to run its course for this year when it passed the House yesterday, our senator, who are reluctant, pronounced dead for this session, a measure with obvious political appeal, the house push the measure through yesterday three seventy to thirty one with only eight Democrats in two thousand three. Republicans voting no. President Eisenhower took time out from big four conference activities to catch up on. White House mail pouch of male official documents reports on bills passed by Congress since he left by Washington. Washington arrived by courier plane. The president has an office close by. Is Bill on Lake Geneva? He worked there after breakfast on the new mail from his United States from the United States with his private secretary, meanwhile, the Mamie. Eisenhower seems to be enjoying her time in. Switzerland attending months just taking an easy at the presidential villa on Lake Geneva. Appearing well rested after a long stay at the Eisenhower's. Pennsylvania farm before coming to Geneva the first lady warmly received in the city. Ray Wolfson's lawyer says he will ask for a special hearing with the bat as the governor in Carson City in an attempt to keep him from being extradited from Las Vegas to Philadelphia to face a murder charge attorney. Calvin Maggie said he can prove that Wilson was not in Philadelphia July fourth when Mrs Lucy's Hafner Robson was strangled to death and Rong. Philadelphia authorities have sworn more charging Wilson and a friend Frank Ellsworth with homicide and robbery. The man first attracted attention by flashing and eighty seven thousand dollar bankroll in Las Vegas Casinos. The Senate has voted to provide free polio vaccines for millions of children under twenty an expectant mothers. The next move is up to the House Commerce Committee last week approved a somewhat different pre boxing bill Senate action. Yesterday came on a voice. Vote the only audible. No vote was cast by Democratic Senator from Oregon Morris. He objected that the measure only scratches the surface. Six negroes ranging in age from six to fifteen yesterday became the first to attend a disaggregated public school in Kentucky. It also was the first time the children of Clark stonewall had studied inside the classroom hurt afford. Their father had topped them rather than send them on a county school bus to Travis Elementary School in Monticello Kentucky. The teacher at the one room Griffin school with its thirty five white students, said all got along beautifully on this day the opening day of the fall semester, the stonewall family, the only Negro family living in the southeast section of county served by Rural Griffin School. In Richmond Virginia Andrew h Adams told the court. He just put getting an arnold driver's license. The court ascertained is procrastination. It lasted twenty four years. He was fined twenty five dollars. Turtle. Daniel, Strand of Saint Joseph Michigan. That's why he ran into a main street safety Eileen with this car, Stamm said the turtle. Snapping species got into his car, somehow might start to his ankle. Just as he was turning a corner, he lost control wound up with a fender and a ticket for reckless writing. Though, some of the day's top news, stories reported in the newspapers of Tuesday July. Nineteenth Nineteen fifty-five on your radio dragnet, which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. What is it this time you come to bring my money bag Nolan? What am I going to get? It seems like a long time the MR still in prison. I haven't got my money. Pictures if you would. Recognize Amen. Sure I got nothing else to do. Let's see. All Right? No look at pictures. I get the money. When do I get it? But. We haven't been able to recover it yet. We haven't found a what about that man? You Got Survey. What about him? Make him, tell you where the money is. He took it make him to. What we've been able to find out, he hasn't got it. Now we get down to cases. Let's lay the cards on the table. I'm getting pretty mad about it. When I first came to see I, wanted the money back, either that or to have the Mr Outer Prison either wanted much matter which but I did want one of them's. Now. You've got the man who took the thirty five hundred dollars got him in jail. And you tell me you can't find the money. Is that right? You want to know what I think you want to know. I. Think you're all in it together. That's what I think the whole bunch of your only thing to get through. You say so, but I think different. Now I'm going to tell you something Mr Prodi. I'm not going to wait anymore. I want the money back where I'm going to the newspapers again. I'll tell them what's happened. They'll get me. No I won't. I've done all night waiting already. You think that just because I'm an old woman. You can push me around while you just got another thing coming. I want that money and I want it right now and if I don't get it. You're going to be in a lot of trouble. We're doing everything we can to get your mother. You better start doing because I'm not happy at all all you cup. She stick together well this time. It's not gonNA. Do you any good? You don't understand as far will I think I do maybe too much. I'll tell you what I'm GonNa do I'll give you just three days to get that money back or all screaming my head off to the newspapers. You've got the men in jail. Next thing you'll be telling me he didn't do it. We're not sure did. Well he did I guess I know on the one he stole from. He's the man, and I want to see him in prison tool. He's guilty. That's real I'm telling you years. What more do you need? Just one more thing, let's that proof. Franken I went back to the office and met with Kevin Fulton. We laid out the results of our investigation. According to what the victim told us, we had the right man in custody, but according to the evidence we've found was a case of mistaken identity. Two days later on Thursday April twenty eighth. We got a call from a bartender out on Vermont. Avenue Frank Landrover out to see him. Like she vince Elkhart I'm him. What do you want? Police Officers Strike Smith money's Friday. Modicum back here we can talk. About. I know I'm letting myself in for a lot of trouble. And if you guys can do to help me out, I'd appreciate it. Ain't asking for a special treatment. Suppose you. Tell us what it is well. Not before last, a couple of kids came. Out of the bar or the? They look Kinda young so I asked to see their ID played safe, you know. They showed me the driver's licenses. I checked looked right to me so I. Guess it made them Kinda past the only had one and then shoved on. It was no sooner out of place when this guy came up. Told me, Talk. 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The CBS radio workshop dedicated to man's imagination, the theater of the mind this is classic. Radio Theatre want to get away from it all the FBI in peace and war McGee. The unexpected, the unexpected, the unexpected. Now, here's your host. Why talks? Evening Friend. We head to the movies today specifically screened your theater or lady Esther show as it was called also seventy seven years ago, right in the middle of World War, two July, twenty, six, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, three rame land and Linda Darnell Star in once upon a honeymoon, an adaptation of one, thousand, nine, hundred forty two romantic comedy drama. So or as we would call it today Aram, camera, I think or something like that a burlesque performer masquerading as a socialite is about to marry an accused Nazi sympathizer. So appropriate for the time. Wouldn't you say? Anyway we thank you for joining us on this Sunday twenty six July two hundred eight day of twenty, twenty, one, hundred and fifty eight days remaining until we get to the end of the year happy birthday New York. You became the eleventh state of the union on this date in seventeen, eighty eight, the office of the chief examiner created on this date in nineteen eight. That chief examiner office would become the Federal Bureau of Investigation in. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five President Truman signed the National Security Act on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, seven, creating the Department of Defense the National Security Council the Central Intelligence, agency and the Joint Chiefs of Staff it was on this date in nineteen fifty two king Farouk of Egypt abdicated after a coup led by Gamal Abdul Nasser well once they gathered to cheer her every appearance thousands now filling the streets, Tamang. Was Only sixteen when on the death of his father, King Quad the first in nineteen, thirty six. He left breath where he was educated to return to eat. From his accession to the throne to rain, which has ended in education, his country has been in the grip of political unrest and intrigue. How much of it was the fault of the King? Only history can assess. Joining World while to the allies face many Egyptian problems. Has This picture of President with group says two reminders. Kings meetings with neighboring rulers such as king inside point to the strategic importance. Egypt in the Middle East. Is managed with Queen Nariman wasn't event of great significance for the Egyptian Royal Dynasty Foreign Egypt succession to the throne can only be through a Mayo. Son was born Crown Prince Medford for whom a Regency Council is not to act until he attends his. At eighteen. Meanwhile in the Royal Yacht ex-king for has gone into exile while the future of Egypt and nations with West questions to be resolved. Audio from British movie tone Newsreel, a federal grand jury, indicted Cornell University student Robert T Morris Junior on this date. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine for releasing the Morris Worm, thus becoming the first person to be prosecuted under the one thousand nine hundred sixty computer, fraud and abuse act space shuttle. Discovery launched on this date in two thousand five. Ten seconds go. Start Seven. Six. Five re engines up burning. Three two one and liftoff of space shuttle Discovery. Beginning America's new journey to the Moon Mars and beyond and the vehicle has cleared the tower. Discoveries Rolling. The first scheduled flight mission on this date in two thousand five after the two thousand three Columbia disaster put debris separating from the external fuel tank launch delayed further missions until July, two thousand six, sadly, the the. The failure to keep these old ships up to SPEC or to develop a new fleet is what has caused the problems with our re entry into the space program much of the hardware, much the hardware. You couldn't find anywhere. You know where we're NASA was going to find parts for space shuttle. Discovery and the Space Shuttles Ebay. Because so much of the stuff was so old, it wasn't being produced anymore. Anyway. four years ago today Hillary couldn't became the first female nominee for president of the United States by a major political party. This is what I mean. None of us can raise a family build a business. He'll community or lift a country totally alone. America needs every one of us to lend our energy, our talents, our ambition to making our nation better and stronger I believe that with all my heart. However Clinton just wasn't up to the rigors of a campaign and so many flaws were exploited during her campaign that Donald Trump won handily and unexpectedly. This because a lot of applause that were uncovered along the way, just crippled her campaign and I suspect many of the same might happen with the current Democratic nominee, and it was on this date four years ago, solar impulse to begin the first solar powered aircraft to circumnavigate the earth. I didn't even know about that. But that's that's impressive. You know that that that you can power a all the way around the world. This is the down this date. The President of the Republic of Texas Sam Houston passed away along with politician Williams Jennings Bryan. The wife of the Argentinian president one Perron, Perron, passing away, composure Frank Lesser. Pollster. George Gallup passing away on this date in History Averell Harriman. The diplomat Mary Wells. Nothing you can say will turn me away from my guy. Voice actress June faure, who was such, a talented woman, and a very funny woman, Patti Deutsch also passing away. Born on this date and a half to do this first, because if I don't forget. It is very very special birthday today. For Freshmen and we just want to say. Richard Graziano. A. Richard One of our listeners, who who asked why he couldn't get the four freshmen to sing to him so there. We did it and I'll do it for you. Email I catch his actually through our web page, which is classic. Radio DOT stream. If there's somebody you want me to wish a happy birthday to. Also the birthdate and Richard You were born in good company George. Bernard Shaw the Nobel Prize laureate writer born on this date. Also I'll dose Huxley the brave New World. Senator Estes keep offer. Vivian. From so many great shows, especially I love Lucy and the Lucy show. Lady. Writer Jean Shepherd Jason. robards fine actor film director Blake Edwards. The father of Michael and Janet, Jackson Joe Jackson Stanley, Kubrick and Dobie grey alborn on this date in history. This is also the birthday to Mick Jagger. I don't know how he made it to seventy seven, but he did dame. Helen Mirren is seventy five figure. Skater Dorothy Hamill sixty four. She. Curate Narus in star. Trek Deep Space Nine and Jean Ritter and the TV series wildfire. Nanna visitor sixty three today Kevin. Spacey Sixty One Sandra Bullock Fifty. Six actor Jason Jason Stratum is fifty three, the host of the bachelor and the Bachelorette Chris Harrison, forty nine. Actress Kate Beckons Dale forty-seven from Dynasty Elizabeth Gillies is twenty-seven and from gossip girl. Taylor Mommsen is twenty-seven, those just a few of the people along with Richard Graziano, who celebrate their birthday on the twenty six day of July, and if this happens to be your birthday. 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Lady Astor presents the screen guild players and the Dye felarca comedy once upon a honeymoon starring am land as Patrick O'Toole and lended on L. as Kitty O'Hara alias Catherine bucs Smith. When Catherine Bruce Smith and alleged American eras refused to allow him to interview her and Australian fiance. The barons on Loubier threatened to run him out of Vienna. Paddle to went to Catherine's apartment masquerading as a French dressmaker. Close has arrived no doubt turn on the radio in. That will not be necessarily you MEDALLA. I am here. Don't waste any time I'm in a hurry. Take measurements. Please demo. We'll get busy I. Actually put the around you, so I put your the hammer so when they grabbed my. What on Earth you measuring that way, my waist, no my blood pressure. What's wrong I? Do not think I can get you correctly regimens. This could just a little more so of the talks. What? This. Just what do you mean by? That does EMA just. As the Levin. Say What do you do when the baron leaves nothing I, mean keep your mind on Your Business I. WanNa Sport suits with a for Carlo. It's just if I have several g shop which has shoot myself. I was suggestive Z. wounds fine. Shall we go down to your shop or can I skin? You hear curse. Can't you get something else on the radio? That's. All Day Long. Crack Madam. Oh, my future husband down phone mover liked him. Don't say the future husband is a Nazi Nazi. No he hates Hitler, and how can you like sizing? Quad was giving us the Hitler. Even a plebiscite of what difference does it make? People were all the same. They're all foreigners. What is it out, Madama? Another close took. Another. Shall bring him into. No, just have him. Wait in the other room. Yes, doubt and this time close the door Elza. Well so you'll dressmaker. Are You well? Not exactly I'm a reporter for the Overseas Service the Columbia Broadcasting System. Oh you broadcast, we'll just what do you do? Oh, I have a very important job. As soon as they say, we take you now by short wave two hours years. I'm the guy goes. Oh. Yes, I recognize your voice Mr, O'Toole. Look. I I've gotta get a story. There's a lot of interest in your marriage and I'm supposed to get an interview with your husband. Hey. were, you ever in show business, you mean. Oh yes. I dabbled in the dramatic arts one fall. I remember that for right off the runway. Runway? We're talking about assisted. Don't kid me I saw you. Do you want to three zip? One went on a drafty stage. You mean I is it zip? You were the first girl United States to be frozen and her job. Mr Ought to. Maybe I haven't made myself clear, but I do not intend to be interviewed salted by you. You know. I've been thinking. Marriage is a serious thing and I. I wouldn't want to see a girl like you with your background. Make a mistake. What mistake could I be making? Marrying Barron from Luba before you get to know me better. That's very kind of you. Mr To really. Nothing. I'm just a love of big big-hearted boy. Dummy when you get me. From what I hear, it doesn't take very long to get to know you. I'm told you try to kiss a girl as soon as you meet her. You've heard about me certainly. But of course you've got quite a reputation here in Austria. Becoming known as the Henry Kaiser of the Vienna Woods. I could forget that mass production for you practically overpowering me, I may not know my own strength, but I can recognize my weakness when I meet her very interesting. Perhaps you'd be interested in knowing that the Darren I R- to be married and Czechoslovakia Tomorrow Czechoslovakia why? Or, why not here? Vienna Hitler will arrive in Vienna this afternoon? Barren, told me. You know for a guy who hates Hitler. Your Barron seems to have quite an inside track on the news. Naturally man in balanced position has contact. What's the bounds position. I think I'll follow you in the baron the HLAVAC here. Just what do you expect to accomplish allowed to talk you out of marrying the Baron? Ridiculous all right? Oh. Wait a couple of weeks and talk him into divorcing. Incidentally just what does the baron do for a living? Does he have a job on as you just work at being barren? Barren has a mission. Well. That's very good. You'd probably get into the Warner brothers hear about it. Well the Baron has one aim in life to save countries from Hitler well, he didn't do too well here in Austria. Did he know, but he expects to do much better in Czechoslovakia. Although exactly what is going to? Say I'd like him to do one little favor for me. Try and mess around in Italy for Awhile. PFISTER! With the European news service in New York has been completed. Go ahead. Johnson Tone you can cross Czechoslovakia Mapra while it lasagna. Tomorrow morning and Poland's next on the list. How do you know the barren friends from lube leaving Czechoslovakia tonight and going to Poland that pro lenny, whenever the band moves into a country to save it from Hitler? That country's lost Austria, Czechoslovakia and now Poland. Coincidence. I know but I have a low suspicious mind so I'm going to follow the baron and his baroness to pollen. Better nece on Lubar fancy meeting you Mr Up to what are you doing in Warsaw? Oh, just hanging around. He'll catch onto that phony married. Incidentally, what is the baron doing in fallen still trying to prevent war, yes. And what time did the guns go off? What do you mean you're not I mean? When the ban moves into a is only a matter of months or weeks or days headland the German army. Follow him. He's just unlucky. Do believe. Well believe it. No No. No getting somewhere where? Oh, let's bring up. is a time like this. Did I. Ever Tell You that you had beautiful. Is. Know. Couldn't you? Couldn't you tell me now? Certainly not widely get you divorce baron. Justice second. What makes you so certain? I'll get a divorce if you don't tail. Rot I'll tell a ban that you just as big a phony as he is. I'll tell them what you're not Catherine Smith of the Philadelphia Boot Smith's but Kitty O'Hara of the Forty Second Street Burlesque O'Hara o. And get your hair as much too good for panel. What's that? Just what it sounds like. The parents competed his mission to wash. We'd better get out of pollen. The nineteen forty two motion picture version of what's upon honeymoon starred. Ginger Rogers is Katie O'Hara. Pat, O', toole, Carey Grant, playing Pat, O', tool, and Walter Sleigh Zach in the role of Baron von Huber. You're listening to classic radio. Theater of screen. Guild Theater from July twenty, six, nineteen, forty-three. The news from seventy seven years ago comes up in four minutes here on your favorite station. Now. That's a parking spot. 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"abdul nasser" Discussed on This American President

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"abdul nasser" Discussed on This American President

"Now earlier, I discussed Eisenhower's proposals to reduce the number of nuclear weapons or to use nuclear technology for peaceful purposes, and it's a good reminder that also he was willing to use bombs for deterrence. He also wanted to find a way to reduce the cost of the race or even improve relations with the Soviet Union. In, an opportunity came up to do just that. In past episodes we covered FDR at the Alte conference and Truman at the Potsdam Conference. Well Eisenhower had his own conference this time in Geneva in July of Nineteen fifty-five. This conference didn't just include the United States and the Soviet Union. It was a four power conference that also included Britain and France. Although Eisenhower was skeptical about what the conference could achieve. The British had insisted on it. They hoped that in an era of nuclear saber. Rattling summit could help lessen tensions. Now at the Conference Eisenhower got his first good look at Soviet leadership in the Post Stalin era. Two years after Stalin's death. It still wasn't clear. Who is truly in charge? The Soviets came as a committee which included by Czeslaw Molotov Georgy Zhukov. Andrei Gromyko Nikolai gone. And Nikita Khrushchev. After beating with Soviet leaders, Eisenhower sense that it was Khrushchev. Who is emerging as the true Soviet leader? Now nothing happened at Geneva. Shuttering as what happened at Yalta with FDR Churchill and Stalin but Eisenhower and Dulles did come up with an interesting proposal that he hoped would ease tensions. They unveiled the Open Skies Initiative. Basically the idea was that the major world powers including the United States and the Soviet Union would open up their airspace to aerial surveillance by other countries. It was a pretty daring proposal, basically a mutual exercise of vulnerability that would go a long way to build trust. It was hoped that open skies would prevent nations from building up and stockpiling weapons of mass destruction. Perhaps this might one day culminate in a worldwide disarmament treaty. Few expected the conference would resolve all the issues of the Cold War, but open skies could be a first step. It also had the benefit of making the united. States appear as the party earnestly and search for peace and cooperation while putting the pressure on the Soviets to do the same in reality, the agreement would have been a big concession by the Soviets. While both sides had secrets, the Soviets were far more closed off. It would have been a big sacrifice for them to be that transparent. The president in an effort to break the deadlock made a precedent shattering proposal offering to submit a blueprint of America's entire military establishment to Russia with permission to make authenticating photographs in Russia would do the same. The high point of the conference to date ice action followed an earlier informal incident, which in its way did as much to prove his sincerity and goodwill, just doing what comes naturally I have it rare among the world statesman I ducked in toy shop to buy presents for his grandchildren, incidentally, leaving his startled secret service bodyguard behind the true diplomacy of international friendship in action. Although Britain and France were interested. Open Skies Khrushchev opposed it at one point. Khrushchev bluntly asked Eisenhower quote. Who are you trying to fool to the president? This was a major disappointment. He bitterly said that quote Khrushchev does not want peace save on his own terms, and in ways that will aggrandize his own power. He's blinded by his dedication to the Marxist theory of world, revolution and communist domination. He cares nothing for the future happiness of the peoples of the world. Nineteen. fifty-six was the last year of Eisenhower's first term by then Eisenhower was sixty five years old among the oldest men to serve as president. Nineteen, fifty-six was also an election year, and there was question about whether. Eisenhower would run again, especially, considering his age. Things were going well. The country was at peace, and the economy was booming as Eisenhower had. Throughout his first term, his approval ratings generally hovered around seventy percent. Although, it was a time of peace. The crises of the Cold War continued changes were brewing inside the Soviet Union. I in February Kita Chris Jeff gave a speech that would send shockwaves around the world. In Front of the twentieth, Congress of the Soviet. Communist Party Khrushchev attacked the late dictator Joseph Stalin. He attacked the culture personality that Stalin had created and the atrocities he had committed. The audience was stunned by the attack. Their reports that some watching the speech suffered heart attacks or committed suicide right afterwards. Now, that might seem a bit crazy to us, but imagine if Kim Jong Hoon got up today in front of the entire north, Korean Communist Party and started bashing his father Kim Jong. Il or his grandfather came out sung. It was basically the equivalent of telling society that everything they'd been taught. Their whole lives was ally. In the West, the speech immediately raised hopes that things might be changing the Soviet Union. American commentators wondered if Eisenhower's resolve in the face of communist aggression was convincing the Soviets that they had to change course, but like many historic events the speech had an unintended consequence. Within the Soviet Union sphere of influence, one country side as a signal that Moscow was softening Hungarian nationalists dissatisfied with Soviet rule began to rise up in defiance. Students were forming unions. Protesters were organizing and demanding political freedoms by the fall revolt was spreading nationwide. Whatever hopes there were for a kinder Gentler Soviet Union. They were dashed on November fourth when Moscow sent in over a thousand tanks, and over thirty thousand troops to crush the movement. Soon tens of thousands of Hungarians were imprisoned, executed and deported. About two hundred thousand fled the country. The Hungarian Revolution of nineteen, fifty six was completely squashed. Some in the United States and around the world called an Eisenhower to respond in some way to assist the Hungarians in their fight against Soviet oppression. In! Fact Radio Free Europe the American funded Broadcast Organization had actually called for the Hungarians to fight the Soviets and advice on resistance. Some blame the United States for inciting the revolt. Eisenhower reportedly did not know about what Radio Free Europe was doing. Either way he wouldn't get the United States involve behind the Iron Curtain to do so in his eyes could provoke a conflict between America and the Soviets remember the strategy called for rejecting the perimeter defense strategy under Truman Hungary was too far into the Soviet orbit for America to act. Eisenhower wrote to Soviet leader. Gannon quote I urge in the name of humanity, and in the cause of peace that the Soviet Union take action to withdraw Soviet forces from Hungary immediately. Other than this, there was little. He felt he could do. Part of new look was to avoid areas of Soviet strength and challenge them them instead and points of weaknesses. Eisenhower knew that the Soviets were in a position of strength in Hungary. At pretty much the same time as the events in Hungary, another crisis was flaring up in the Middle East back in nineteen, fifty, four charismatic military leader named Gamal. Abdul Nasser took power in Egypt. He was highly ambitious and an avowed enemy of Western imperialism for decades. The British had a presence in the Suez Canal..

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"abdul nasser" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

The Conspiracy Farm

14:30 min | 1 year ago

"abdul nasser" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

"So bay with the Walter shared and I believe his name was. Is that the okay jared and thanks for reminding me his his name and And Sheridan was caught on tape driving a witness thousand dollar Jim Garrison brought a criminal charges against NBC and against Walter Sheridan and the FCC because it was a fairness doctor had no choice but to give Jim back garrison first of all a half hour late night got a half hour late night before he got on the Carson Jason Show and he talked about the fact. Here is the proof that the Central Intelligence Agency murdered our president and Lee Oswald had nothing to do with it while the owners of the country. And we're not happy owners. They're about six or twelve families that own America. They say they can't have this kind of truth. Ela Vision that's why they killed the fairness doctrine. That's why they killed equal time. But the way bent again that garrison got on the tonight show was more saul was a guest now. Carson was unaware that mort Saul was one love Jim. Garrison's investigators. He volunteered. He left Los Angeles and a very successful career. Went to New Orleans. So help garrison and garrison set doing. Tell your friend Bobby Kennedy. He better come out with what he knows and thinks about the murder of his brother. Otherwise he's not GonNa League California live and of course you saw what happened now warn you so anyway more on the show and Johnny Carson asked him would would be doing and unrehearsed spontaneously mort Saul says. Well I'm working with Jim Garrison in New Orleans you. You should have mummy show. He's got some new stout. There was an eruption of applause from the audience. Sold was obvious. NBC that people wanted to hear garrisoned so they had no choice but to give them a bit of a voice on the Carson show and of course of course Carson was rehearsed I by both the CIA and the FBI and Walter share. Any was very uncomfortable as you saw in very inept abet and end and at one point in the film and you see you see in the film that you saw Jim. Harrison says that It is a president of the United States that is preventing us from seeing the facts about the assassination and Johnny Carson says. Why why is that and garrison deterrence? Doom says Johnny. Why don't you ask him? And desert another eruption of the plot and that was the end a bit. But I must tell you the truth. Is Jim Garrison solved the case. It's that's amazing that's amazing so with within you know as you pointed out that the military and other intelligence folks stopped the autopsy of the President of the United States who was laying dead on on the table the media obviously covering for them and the report that came out a couple of years ago saying that there were about up forty operatives within the media in a pretty pretty prominent places. Did you find that to be true in all of your research and and if that was the case back then how many are there now. That is a great question and Patrick. Probably Saad if he really saw the film today. The American media and the second has a nation of John Kennedy Because Frankly Church held investigative hearings ended the central troll intelligence agency and what was called project mockingbird because they felt there were too many. CIA agents in all of America's media writing the news and we see from the film they were in the New York Times there in the Washington Post it was is NBC CBS. Of course the two worst were a product mocking bird assets were Dan rather and Walter cronkite. And then you have Richard Helms they head of the CIA saying in response to a question from Senator Church. We have four or hundred members of the CIA writing the news and the purpose of rocking project mockingbird the first fake war cold according to Jim Garrison you see it in. The film is a Cold War with Russia. Russia Lost Twenty Five Million People Lourdes. A country was eighty percent totally level than destroyed. They were no threat to the United States. What was threat was peace and that was the thing that Eisenhower award is about in his farewell speech when he said we have to be careful about the military industrial complex and and too much power? Well they had not all day not only took control of the government in nineteen sixty three in further response to your question. We thought maybe Vietnam was an honest war because we were being. This reminds me of a great quote again from Mark Mark Twain during the fake Spanish American war where the United States said at no reason to be invading and murdering a quarter of a million Filipinos knows Mark Twain. said one hundred years ago. If you do not read America's newspapers your uninformed but if you do your your misinform well that's what television is doing us to doing the wink and have been doing it to us before they murdered murdered. John Kennedy available in the film Jim. Garrison's talking about the number of agents who are involved of course the Dallas Police Department. He said that I don't want to name names. And Patrick might remember this quote But also members of the media the Board Alice or in place to spread the fiction report. The truth began to take hold. Well the truth never took old. They spout Dr absolutely until until kind of help bring. I'm sorry okay and a further about this. We thought it was. I may be a real war which it wasn't and of course we knew Iraq was an absolutely total fake war for Saddam Hussein and Iraq had nothing to do with nine one one and George Bush and Condoleeza Rice and Powell and Miller at the New York Times were trumpeting to go in there and a million and a half Americans march to boast that war and that war still took place. We have nothing to say about. The war machine. Read runs everything everything in their country. Now a rat doc was country. Okay so maybe we could attack Iraq if they were an enemy or Afghanistan. But what do we have now we. We have phantom terrorists. They don't live anywhere and if they don't live anywhere. The government has total control. Rollover US absolute control because they can call anybody anywhere in the world including the United States a terrorist it is perpetual fake war that Gorby down warned us about that. Dwight Eisenhower warned us about and George Orwell L.. Wrote about in one thousand nine hundred eighty four Smedley Butler as well you know wars Iraq and you kind of helping me segue. I mean people when you talk about how deep the the layers of of how this conspiracy was able to play out. In my humble opinion I went to your comment on this. If you don't mind as well the environment in what John Kennedy. He walked into in nineteen sixty following world. War Two we obviously had the growth of the Os into the CIA in the beginning of NSA. And that's when they started your operation mockingbird etc then dynamics in the Middle East or playing out Abdul Nasser nationalizing the Suez Canal. And there's a lot of kind of globalist forces taking place and Dwight D Eisenhower. Like you said warned us of this growth of this military industrial complex. That you know like smelly Butler said is hell-bent almost almost on war and our warriors become these these these gangsters for capitalists. So help people understand when a bay of pigs happens in in one swoop loop in a single afternoon. John Kennedy INS intelligence career that goes back to World War One and two of an Allen Dulles of Richard Missile of a Charles Kabul whose brother there happened to be the mayor of Dallas when John Kennedy writes through the city of Dallas. Just speak to the climate that that John Kennedy walked into so people you can kind of grasp the depths of the things. He was unsettling for the Central Intelligence Agency in the military industrial complex. Dyke warned disavow. Uh Awards it's not end. The war did not end and we have intelligence agencies that were built by Nazis because of Operation Paper Clip. We brought five thousand Nazis to the United States and there were dozens of them. Mujeeb it up and started the Central Intelligence Agency and Jim Garrison was so smart as you'll see in the American media and the second assassination Asian of President John F Kennedy when he was looking into the CIA. As background David Ferrie and play show and Lee Harvey Oswald he looked into the birth of the CIA it was signed into law by in nineteen forty seven and what it was. It was signed into law Bob because what happened. Is that garrison says you know John. We have eighteen intelligence agencies. Why do we need the CIA? They were set up for one purpose and that was to change hearts and minds of American people and convince them that Khamis these were taking over the world. They were taking over Asia that we're taking over Cuba. They were taking over Latin America and it was our divine right to go in there and destroy them. What a lot of people don't know and you could be in the in Harvard? University for God's sake or Stanford or Yale L. and you're studying political science science you will not know at one of the best democracies in them in uh the Asian European continent in nineteen fifty two was Iran. Iran has never and they did anyone. The United States is invaded. Thirty seven different countries since since the end of the Second World World War and what happened is a socialist guy. Professor most of the deck is democratically elected elected as the president. And the first thing he does is he nationalizes the oil companies because because he said eighty five percent of all the money from the Oil Company is going to England and only five fifteen percent to to the source country street which was Iran. So we said well we're going to change it to fifty fifty well Allen Dulles John Posited. LSAT Eisenhower. This guy must be comedy doing that. We gotta go get rid of a murder room and they put in Shah who was a fascist. And that's the same thing happened to a yen day. In Chile Salvador Allende was another democratically elected socialist. It was going to a nationalized. At and T. is also going to nationalize Pepsi Cola and Richard Nixon was. He hit Cola at the time and Kissinger and Nixon assigned the Central Intelligence Agency to murder them. See that play out. Just recently in Bolivia's well almost that same script they didn't kill the guy but it. It is absolutely the same script and you know. We had this nonsense about Russia. Interfering in America's election I don't know of one Russian who voted for Donald Trump or about sixty three a million Americans at voted for Donald Trump and not one Russian. So what if the Russians have some fake facebook accounts or twitter accounts or instagram accounts and they encourage people to go and vote. Well let them go and vote the difference between the Soviet Union in the United States is. They're using computers to change foreign governments. We use it was used assassins. Yeah yeah and I mean I would. I would dare to guess and and say that. What's going on in Hong Kong? I don't know how they got all the American flag over in Hong Kong that they're waving singing the national anthem. But I'm guessing that was probably probably put together by by a few spooks from from our country and and paid some organizers to to put some things together I mean there there are some legit gripes but that that ethic as Hong Kong is ready to erupt completely. Well I wish Americans would feel angry and take to the streets do but they don't. aww They saw it does get absolutely no good. They'll get back to the business of the Bay of Pigs Tell you an interesting story. One one of my.

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"abdul nasser" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

20:24 min | 1 year ago

"abdul nasser" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"I think that's where we're going to stick with that we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA letterman annual back canal I strongly strongly recommended my name is Ron. I don't mean to Brag but this at least three times as good plus the podcast you can learn more about it and get a valuable t. v. one discount code at T. L. V. One dot FM Slash Z.? Three We'd love to see you the matter has us pondering with gratitude our great good fortune began more than half a century ago on May fourteenth nineteen sixty seven nineteen years to the day after Ben Gurion declared the establishment of the state of Israel Egypt's president Gamal Abdul Nasser Hussain ordered his soldiers into the science deny to redeploy on Israel's border five days later on May nineteenth he demanded that U N peacekeeping troops immediately evacuate the Sinai peninsula three days after that on May twenty second four thousand soldiers in the U N force left on the next day may twenty third president Nasser blockaded the streets of Tehran between the Sinai in Saudi Arabia stopping ships coming to or from Israel southern port in a lot through which ninety percent of Israel oil was shipped three days after that Adam twenty-six Nasser declared quote the forthcoming battle will be a general one and our basic objective will be to destroy Israel and quote in Israel All was anxiety idea chief of staff Yitzhak Rabin convinced that war was inevitable sought out the council of David Ben Gurion who warned that war could lead tens of thousands of Israeli deaths unnerved robbing bid to his house his deputy as their Viessmann and said quote I've entangled the country because of the mistakes that had made an quote he asked vitamin to replace him but the future president refused the future prime minister robbing took to his bed worried that his failings would lead to Israel else destruction on May Twenty Eighth Prime Minister Levy scold spoke to the country about the situation on the Radio Israel still had no television his purpose was to calm the Public but when he stumbled over the text many concluded that the danger of the country was facing was in fact more grave than what was described by the words that a skull couldn't spit out without hall thing or trembling or backtracking by now worry was everywhere opposition parties agreed to join a national unity government skull appointed mostly they on Defense Minister kids in School were pressed into service filling sandbags when the Greenwich Time Signal the beeps marking the start of each hour sounded on the radio everyone hushed to hear the news news on the day after Skulls Botched Radio Address may twenty ninth nineteen sixty-seven a telegram arrived for fee heftier the manager of these Philharmonic Orchestra and the orchestras offices it was sent from Puerto Rico by thirty one year old vendor Kent in the conductor named Zubin Mehta it said that Maitha stood ready to cancer well all of his performances and other commitments around the world and to fly to Israel immediately made that been coming to Tel Aviv to conduct the Israel Philharmonic most every year since nineteen sixty one it was just twenty five though already the conductor and music director of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and the Los Angeles Philharmonic on June fifth the day after the war broke out Mehta set out from Puerto Rico saying quote in this difficult hour for Israel my places among you all of me stands at your service and quote it was only on June seventh that he arrived telling journalists that load airport that quote it's been two days that I waited at the Rome airport for a plane to take to Israel and now I have come to be with you end quote at that precise moment the precise moment that made arrive sixty kilometers away paratroopers were seizing the Old City of Jerusalem. Hearing the News Mehta suggest said the orchestra perform a victory concert in the amphitheatre on the newly captured Mount Scopus playing Beethoven's Victory Symphony his fifth symphony for the soldiers who had just reunified gruesome heftier phoned Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek and arrangements were made to allow people to reach the concert the Egged bus cooperative reinstated the old number nine bus line that had not run in twenty years the great music reviewer only as Zimmerman wrote in Alami smart quote it will surely be etched in our memory is one of the great events in the three of Israeli music this first concert immediately after the end of the battles for Jerusalem end quote the next day made up perform the same program in Tel Aviv folks in the audience cried in relief gratitude and joy a month and a half later on July twenty first nineteen sixty seven Mehta was still here conducting it's time Verdi's requiem. Before thousands in the Basilica of the Nativity in Bethlehem the music was sublime now mournful now repentant now awestruck one journalist wrote quote for the first time in its history Bethlehem saw vision so spectacular as to have all the signs of historic event Israelis and Arabs listening to music together as an expression of solidarity and transcendence in this land that has known war and hatred the longing for peace which is the wish of everyone on this earth found expression in warm words of introduction of the Mayor Elliot's Ben Duck under whose auspices the concert took place in the wishes of the prime minister that were read in Hebrew emotion and translated by him into Arabic there was great excitement in the crowd in response to the words of the Indian conductor who said it is a great moment for him and for the worker SRA to stand in this place and quote the journalists wrote that no one minded when the start of the concert was delayed by the call to prayer sounding from the Morzine the prime minister's message read that quote the language of music speaks to every person regardless of belief and unites everyone in the world the sounds of music bring the blessing ends of culture from one nation to another and one may hope that from Bethlehem waves of music will emanate to the entire world and quote. Elliot's Isa Ben Doc the mayor of Bethlehem had for a time in his youth been the editor of a Christian Arabic Bi weekly newspaper called South Shaab which under his leadership in World War who became an organ of Nazi propaganda in the Middle East now though he praised maters choice of a requiem for this holy spot this event he said shows that ties the behind the different nations and offers hope for peace moshus own who read and translated the prime minister's message was born in Syria Escola chose him as his envoy to the West Bank and in time sewn became Israel's first ambassador to Egypt after this Mehta took the Israel Philharmonic around the world performing sold out crowds for time he brought the Mount Scopus concert to places like Toronto and Philly where mostly Jewish audiences relived the recent history through Beethoven Century and a half old music one year after through the war at a nineteen sixty eight summer concert in Vienna Mehta broke protocol by whipping the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra spontaneously to play Chika as the Austrian crowds stood some crying thirty years had passed since the ANSCHLUSS men inducted as kids into the Nazi army were in nineteen sixty eight only fifty years old with families and jobs at the height of their powers one can only imagine what a man like that thought watching a thirty two year old from by can acting orchestra that still included many survivors playing the national anthem of a sovereign Jewish state it was around then that may was appointed the musical advisor of the Israel Philharmonic and ten years later in nineteen seventy seven he became the orchestra's first musical director in one thousand nine hundred one he was appointed music director for Life Life is lost we're lucky this week though may conducted his final concert for the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra Liszt's piano concerto number two and Mahler's symphony number two it was the last of more than three thousand performances as Mehta has spent one quarter of each of the past fifty years of his life here Mehta said quote from me heart what this orchestra has given to me not only this one but all the generations before them I cannot begin to even describe what I have learned with these musicians quote and of course we could never pay what you've given us over fifty eight long years but I will say Maitha that today my greatest wishes for is to become fully the people the culture the country that you have always known us to be today three topics topic won all about the Benjamins as last night as we accord President Rivlin assigned to Lieutenant General Benny guns the quote unquote mandate to form a coalition government after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fee failed to do so over twenty six long days once disgraced metoo journalist Ari Shavit writes that the only chance got has got will be as if he we'll be if he reneges on his campaign promise not to serve under an indicted Netanyahu this in an essay called anything but anything but bb will ask how named Hannah Ben Patsy laments in our it's the fading of Israeli humanities and wonder what humanity's in the demonstrate that they are in fact part of the tribe a great cry arises referencing Nazis and Eugenicist and racists and all sorts of other pseudoscience weekly informed nincompoops and demanding including by going to the Supreme Court that the rabbi cease and desist from sequencing genes will wonder if the anger outrage scorn contempt and litigation are justified and for most unreasonably generous Patriot supporters in our extra special special extra segment we will discuss an essay in the fall word by Uber Historian Deborah Lipstadt called the best way to fight anti-semitism Jewish joy as the strains of the Solloway Sisters Joyo Cost Song Ring in our ears but before we get to any of that listen to this shit search online compared to Bjork Joni Mitchell and Kate Bush but I think he is sweet generous her first album is on the way we'll be listening to her over the course of the show now it's time for our first discussion so allison is Benny guns the guy to put the man in mandate so usually on your birthday you receive things right but this time around on his seventieth birthday Benjamin Netanyahu decided to give something away instead the mandate to form the next governing coalition of Israel this past Monday Netanyahu after receiving birthday greetings from both trump and Putin informed President Rivlin that he had failed to form a governing coalition which opened the way for another Benjamin Blue and white party head Lieutenant General Ben Against to try his luck negotiating Netanyahu had used up twenty six of the twenty eight days that the law allowed him to try to whip together a government after the president nominated he will also have his twenty eight days if he fails the clock starts on a twenty one day period in which any member of Knesset can come to the president with list of sixty one Knesset members who endorse his a her candidacy and he or she will be appointed prime minister that's kind of unlikely but if you know nothing comes together during those twenty one days which one would expect it won't the Knesset automatically.

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"abdul nasser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"abdul nasser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the luxury of six foot tall she was very hard to ignore and she was a natural leader and even the men they had a lot of time for her because of their hard work she'd put in in trying to improve the lot of the working class in dublin so she was a natural candidate for one of the constituencies in dublin city centre one of the poorer areas the feminist movement in the suffragette movement did backer to the hilt and she was easily voted in i i guess the story of constance market which is linked to irish nationalism is a good reminder that the were many different factors which played into the history of women's version writes and another factor which we've mentioned in passing was the impact of the first world war the argument being that it was this as much as anything else which led to women in the uk being given that vote there's a lot of debate about how much difference the publicity stunt sometimes violent suffrage jets actually made how much do you think they inspired other women around the world in some cases other women and other countries looked to the suffragettes and able to project themselves as being entirely different from the suffragettes they would say look we are ladylike we are not going to make noises we are not going to smash windows we're not going to do all these awful things that the english women do this is how we we can demonstrate our national guide however there were other women who took the message of the suffragettes a bit further people like doria shafique and her daughters of the nile movement in egypt where after abdul nasser's revolution in the in the nineteen fifties there was no place for women and so dear shafique the daughters of the now staged a hunger strike on.

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"abdul nasser" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"abdul nasser" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

"The embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem the american embassy recognising israel's right to designate its own capital the jewish people's eternal capital of jerusalem but peter still disgrace rare later said when president trump and arm of donald trump supporter but moving the embassy we build over many terms was a mistake how so pat howard said a mistake to me it's leading to create tang's this guy it's not falling people said oh my god there will be another intifada there will be there there will be that just hasn't happened but peter has dipper worldview can i do and maybe he is right or maybe he's wrong other people have opinions but this next part of the conversation really caught my attention because they started to talk about one of the worst people in the world in my judgment gummow abdel nasser who got their people together to try to destroy israel nazar who collaborated with the nazis during world war till we turned against the british in 1941 inaugura stand british were colonialists hell they had america we're going to talk about it when we talked about thomas jefferson so i'm not great defender of colonialism or the british but if there's one time to support the british it was in 1941 nineteen forty two when they were our allies try and fight off the nazis and who are the collaborators with the nazis the grand mufti of drizlycom and a guy named gummow abdul nasser who went on to become the president of egypt and when he was press can be kept that they allowed all sorts nazi war criminals to come to egypt in fifty six after he took power now ceric spelled out the jews from their age and home in egypt the anther were jews in alexandria and cairo and they were forced to pack up and go under a guy name nasser and he declared war against israel egypt dead and then he continued it and including the sixday war etcetera he was chest ambitious haber of the jewish people and the also has a holocaust denier he said anybody believes six million jews killed in the holocaust is an idiot or words to that effect so it come my attention because i'm old enough to who i remember netzer and i remember what in enemy he was of the israel side just didn't like the guy in i like very much the.

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"abdul nasser" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"abdul nasser" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

"In the areas coming out these two are joining together now it's really using into one except the result a test panel of the tumor said he the first representing less than one percent of what will be a full scale replica to eventually go on display next to the original in luxor and why build a replica of the tomb because as adam low mass tourism our own need to see the original in a place never designed for our biological presence has its consequences but what we're really asking the visitors to do is to enter into a new contract for for preserving things for the future because by going to see something that was designed to lost for eternity but never to be visited your contributing to its destruction this is expensive work developing new tools and techniques to take on whatever challenges the world of conservation throws at it to finance it factor builds custom pieces for contemporary artists like this piece for saudi arabian artist abdul nasser gorham which combines the dome of a mosque with a soldier's helmet will be installed at the los angeles county museum of art factor is full of wonders not the least of which was getting into a contraption built here called a veronica scanner warm soon for twelve cameras taking ninety six high resolution photos of all angles of my head in four seconds after an hour and a half of three d printing my very own small bust putin's as technology advances in later scans are increasingly replaced by this kind of photo grandma tree it's not hard to imagine a world in which anyone can photograph an object and render their own model in three d but i could imagine anything so i can imagine i can take a for growth as we could recreate something refer to grow.

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