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Fresh update on "anderson" discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

00:38 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "anderson" discussed on Patriots Beat

"You had your two best players on your roster. I would make the case, come back, which is rare, right? Will Anderson and Bryce young come back. Most of the time when you have guys that are that good in college football, they're draft eligible and they're going, they're moving on to the pros, right? So the fact that Sabin gets his Heisman Trophy quarterback back and the consensus number one pick in the draft back and will Anderson, he better win one this year. I don't think it's gonna get fired if he doesn't. I guess Nick Saban, but you know, I get what you're saying. There's a lot on the table for him this year. This is a legacy year. You don't really think you say that for the winningest coach in the history of the sport, but this is the legacy year for Nick Saban but he can, I think he wants to rip through this thing. I think he wants, he saw what Georgia did last year in with Kirby did last year, right. And they had, I just said it. They generational year. I think Nick Saban expects this to be a generational year for Alabama and you know, he's apologizing because he's playing it down, but I think Jimbo just fed the fire today. I don't think Jimbo knew what he was stepping in when he did that today. I think he's in trouble. Now you just can't leave. It was also one of those, you could tell by his face that some of the things that he said, especially towards the end of the press conference, he was like, oh crap. Like, did I actually say that out loud? That he said that he just, it was an impulse thing. So this happened last night. Saban made the initial comments last night. They had scheduled a press conference. This wasn't originally scheduled. They put it on the schedule this morning, he ran out there, spur the moment, and yeah, he said, you can tell, that's been building for a little bit. But the whole, I'm not taking his calls. It was an emotional thing. He said, oh, he said, you know, I love confrontation. Meanwhile, techs a and M turned the YouTube comments off on that on the press conference, but I was an emotional thing for me. SEC media days in like two weeks. I think they're at podiums.

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Turner powers Dodgers to doubleheader sweep of Diamondbacks

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Turner powers Dodgers to doubleheader sweep of Diamondbacks

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Fresh "Anderson" from NASCAR America

NASCAR America

00:31 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh "Anderson" from NASCAR America

"That was awesome. Kristen Anderson honored to have you join us. That's after winning the championship last year. Of course, talking about your dad and your brothers, all world champions, and what an incredible speech by you. Do you still get emotional when you watch that when you think about it? Yeah, I do. I was sitting here listening to it and I could kind of feel the butterflies roll in a little bit, just thinking about how huge and momentous that moment really was for me and for monster jam, just the whole history of monster jam and it felt so good in that moment and I still haven't gotten over it yet. Yeah, that would championship was this year and of course the world finals coming up this weekend, but Steve, what these guys and ladies do. It's incredible. I can't. I can't imagine doing a full flip like that. Well, it's incredible. And Chris, my question is, you know, we see in other sports. NBA are in playoffs right now, right? They kind of get amped up with the crowd. We've heard NASCAR drivers say that even though they're in a loud race car, they can tell when the crowds behind them and the kind of the races on the line. So in your sport, I guess that's my question. We're through COVID, the fans are back. You're now competing in filled arenas. Can you feel that electricity can the crowd kind of amp you up to take those crazy risks that Marty and I would never, ever consider ever? Yes, nothing compares to competing in front of a live audience, especially a completely packed house or a very rowdy audience either. I mean, we have two different kinds of series that we run here in monster jam. So we can run on a stadium series or an arena series, and I am typically running on the arena series, and I love the arena because it's the most up close and personal event that fans can actually come out and get so close to the action, actually feel the horsepower and hear the horsepower of the trucks. I mean, you could be anywhere between 60 and 50 feet front row seats of a monster truck doing a backflip or balance balancing 14,000 pounds on its nose or anything like that. And we can definitely hear the crowd, even though our engine's right behind us. If that crowd gets loud, it gets us amped up. We love it. Kristen Dale Jerry here. I have to say, congratulations first and foremost, your speech was awesome. I love things that come from the heart and that certainly was that. So my question is about, so driving a stock car, we go test or do things and make a change to the car, you know that you've got to go drive it to the limits that you were to see if that changed us better, but that gives you some butterfly. But my car was going to stay on the ground most of the time. So how do you know how hard to push it? I know going short would be probably a worse crash, but how do you get to that point? Oh, I mean, it's all about confidence and commitment for sure when you're driving monster trucks, and I think that we also might have to have a little bit of crazy in us too. I mean, to be able to drive, like the like I said, we're driving a vehicle that's nearly 14,000 pounds of 1500 horsepower. And usually a motor sports when you're flying through the air, that's not a good thing. Well, that's one of our favorite things to do. So definitely got to have a little bit of chest hair. So kind of give us a preview of the world finals this weekend, you're down in Orlando. We can see the stadium behind you. You guys getting ready, give us a preview of what fans can expect. Well, I encourage anybody that if they have never been to monster jam before and you're saving it up for a special event, this is the event. And even some of our fans that have came back for years and years, they all save up. They come out to some of our events over the year, but they love coming to the world finals. It is our biggest event. We have the lineup of the best competitors, the most unique racing track we've never done the kind of style of racing that we're going to be doing this weekend. And every year at the royal finals, we change the racing up every time. So it's always super exciting for the fans. And it's all out, man. We're all competing to be world champions and it's a dogfight from the very end. Anything goes. Kristen, I'm trying to get NASCAR Hall of Famer and Cup Series champion del Jarrett to drive a monster truck. I can't do it. Can you help me? Maybe convince him that it would be a fun endeavor to get behind the wheel of one. Hey, man, if I can do it, you can definitely do it for sure. Get you some different kind of horsepower. Yes, yes. And your mindset and doing that, I'm thinking about having to cancel my tee time tomorrow just watching you make me jump and how much faster right now. You're doing great. Congratulations. That's awesome. Congratulations on a fantastic season. The championship enjoy the world finals this weekend will all be watching, okay? Good luck. Thank you. All right, Kristen, she's gonna eventually get talk you into a DJ. If you start with a ride, because it's a ride. Monster jam world finals this weekend, two day event, you can live stream it at monster jam dot com. You don't want to miss that. She's braver than all three of us combined, I would say, and a part of a big weekend for us here on NBC sports. Look at that, all we have coming up, Steve. You and I in.

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Peralta dominates for 7 innings, Brewers 2-hit Braves 1-0

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Peralta dominates for 7 innings, Brewers 2-hit Braves 1-0

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Robert RBI hit in 9th, Chisox end Yanks' 6-game win string

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 d ago

Robert RBI hit in 9th, Chisox end Yanks' 6-game win string

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Adam Duvall gets key hit as Braves beat Mets 9-2

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Adam Duvall gets key hit as Braves beat Mets 9-2

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Anderson, Robert homer in rainy 4-0 ChiSox win over Angels

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Anderson, Robert homer in rainy 4-0 ChiSox win over Angels

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Brad Anderson: ESG Is Very Real & Very Dangerous for Companies

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Brad Anderson: ESG Is Very Real & Very Dangerous for Companies

"I had a bunch of CEOs in generals and muckety mucks on a panel and they gave me the list of questions and a bunch of the questions were about ESG, environmental, social, and governance efforts. And companies in America are having to grapple with this and CEOs, CFOs, the C suites are having to deal with how do we how do we apply ESG to measure our company's performance? Do you care to weigh in on that, mister Anderson? Because it's something that a lot of our listeners are just becoming familiar with and listen, I felt like I was in The Twilight Zone last week because they're all nodding their heads and talking about how important it is and I kept the talk show hosting me wanted to scream out. I think you're hurting your own your own brand when you go down this path and say, we got appease activists on climate change or whatever the whatever the culture debate is, what do you make? What's your take on the ESG chapter of the companies are having to grapple with right now? That's very real and very dangerous for companies because it's the government asserting a set of values as well as big shareholders like BlackRock, saying you've got to invest your money in a way that we agree with. And you can't necessarily follow the economics again of the customer. It's part of the reason that we've gotten to be energy dependent suddenly from being energy independent is the investments get shifted into places that are maybe not as efficient. But there's a real pressure the companies are facing because it isn't just the SEC is recommending force enforcing ESG as well as big investment firms. So that's a real pressure on boards to comply with this external measurement system.

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Brad Anderson: Powerful Companies Assume Customers Have to Follow Them

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Brad Anderson: Powerful Companies Assume Customers Have to Follow Them

"Sure, and I'm trying to be objective and appreciate a company and a corporate structure that says, listen, we've got employees who are upset about this. We've got employees who are hurt. They're afraid, they're worried. Now it's a percentage. It's a small percentage of the workforce. I'm sure Disney, but they also don't want to ignore their concerns. However, wow, you can do a lot of damage and sort of throw the proverbial baby out with the bathwater and try and do appease or accommodate a small percentage of your workforce. Well, it's probably a big percentage of their headquarters workforce, because it's an industry in which there's a deeply shared set of values. And I would guess that I don't have any question that the management of Disney is tremendously sincere in what they're doing. But they don't do the same when they're dealing with China. So they've got this practical reality they deal with and what they feel like they can be comfortable and act on their value systems. The political value systems, in this case, they're going ahead and do it. And I think it's also what happens to companies sometimes when they've been powerful for a long time, they assume that the customer has to go with them. And that's that, now we're starting to see that not necessarily the case.

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2022 best cities for freelancers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

2022 best cities for freelancers

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Brad Anderson: Businesses Are Not a Place for Religion or Politics

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Brad Anderson: Businesses Are Not a Place for Religion or Politics

Brad Anderson: Voluntarily Losing a Customer Over Politics Is Insane

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Brad Anderson: Voluntarily Losing a Customer Over Politics Is Insane

"It's not easy to run a company It gets harder and harder when the economy is deteriorating like it is today With inflation difficulty getting product difficulty getting parts they call it the supply chain Most of American ever heard of that before And the situation is really quite dire And yet we have boards of directors Brad Anderson and CEOs and other executives who are so focused on politics and mostly of the left I might say When they should be focused on the shareholder am I right Or are you ever You rail constantly against things that are insane And I think this is in this territory We used to have a number of what it costs us every time we lost the customer And it was a big number And it was going to cost us a ton of money to win a new one to replace the one we lost So voluntarily losing a customer because the corporation decides it's going to disagree with them about some principle they believe in is just insane Plus corporations are not moral sources of authority There are groups of people who have all kinds of different points of view working to try to serve a customer And you're serving the customer You're not telling the customer what to think

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Brad Anderson: Difference Between Business Starters & Hired Executives

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Brad Anderson: Difference Between Business Starters & Hired Executives

"So what do you think's going on here Is there a new breed these younger folks come in that have become directors they become execs But they come out of this game schools the same indoctrination mills in many respects is so much of society these days Is that it is something else going on That's a huge part of it It's only part but it's a huge part I noticed this because I was there when Best Buy was a tiny little company And we created a big company out of it but there's a big difference between what the kind of people you typically hire to run and establish company and the people that create a business And part of it is because that leadership is coming in and they're already an established clientele So they sort of take it for granted Whereas if you're starting a business the reason I'm so active with job creators network which is all about real businesses is when you're starting your business every customer's precious to you And you can start taking it for granted and I also firmly disagree with a lot of what's going on in education Where I think it actually corrupts young people's minds in relationship to what business is all about and this construct of really serving somebody as opposed to them serving you

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Brad Anderson Suggests Walt Disney Would've Reacted Differently Today

Mark Levin

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Brad Anderson Suggests Walt Disney Would've Reacted Differently Today

"Whatever happened to a fiduciary duty to the shareholders the people who invest in the company whatever happened to building a brand and that sort of thing I mean take a look at Disney What's happened there is horrific I mean I think old man Disney would go what in the hell have you done to my to my baby here My company here and then they bring on the granddaughter like she had something to do with something because their names What the hell does she have to do with anything Absolutely nothing But then to push this agenda go ahead I'm old enough to remember when I was young that a net from the cello was one of the biggest stars and Walt Disney wouldn't let her appear in beach party movies where their belly button uncovered It's a little different than Walt's

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Brad Anderson: A Business Should Be Like Separation of Church & State

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Brad Anderson: A Business Should Be Like Separation of Church & State

"The people who create the business and we're talking generalizations create the business are focused like a laser They're focused like a laser on that business creating it expanding it what can we do to train And then people come in who benefit from what's come before and you're right like TJ it's much like the rest of life And for them it's a different ball game So why not push a social agenda and so forth and so on This wasn't their baby to begin with That is a brilliant point Well that's a very is all of us are in the most important thing and it's important in terms of work life too is do something that gives you a sense of meaning in life I think that's necessary for all of us And that is part of work But it is not a part of the business to make that choice for you And you know if you're serving somebody in a business to me you're getting something very healthily healthily done for your own sense of meaning and everything else But I think a business should be much like the way we look at separation of church and state For a country it's going to stay healthy as long as I can work for a company and have any point of view It's coming into the business And I just align on these things we've got to do It gives me real diversity of points of view and real diversity of potential people to serve the customer Once you start narrowing we only want people with this frame of thinking here your product is going to just deteriorate And I think that for somebody building a business it's so natural to see that But it is so easily

Brad Anderson: Consumers Should Use Social Networking Against Corps

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Brad Anderson: Consumers Should Use Social Networking Against Corps

"We have millions of people listening and they're thinking well what can I do about this Is there anything people can do about this Consumers Yeah you mentioned earlier going to annual meetings and I'm in favor of doing that but I wouldn't expect that to work And after I retired I served on as many as 7 boards at once between nonprofits and for profits And I think typically there's an arrogance in the board room that probably would mean that they would look at something to be managed as opposed to really listening to Which is a symptom of what we talked about earlier I think the most effective way for people who is to use social networking And the reason that companies and one of the big reasons that their actions are almost always to the left is that's where the pressure is coming from And I think at some point as we're starting to see with some of the stocks that some of these companies have been impacted you do enough damage even to an established brand that that would get noticed in the boardroom And I think getting out and telling your own personal story about your relationship with the company and why the company is abusing its relationship with you It can be very powerful And with a social networking that's available to us now I think it's the place to go

Brad Anderson: Twitter Is a Good Vehicle to Use Against Companies

Mark Levin

00:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Brad Anderson: Twitter Is a Good Vehicle to Use Against Companies

"And I think with the changes coming to Twitter I don't mean political changes I mean simply the objectivity that Elon Musk is trying to promote here that gives people who really have had enough even a bigger opportunity to get on there and to express themselves And to coordinate these movements So you're talking about right Yeah and I think Twitter is a particularly good vehicle for that purpose because of the because of the way it's structured Especially if it's not dominated by bots That dominated by what But he says he's going to get rid of bots if he can Is that possible Because that's one of the things that you could always argue that it's just bots attacking us So if they really make it authentic and it's really customers talking back to companies About getting diversity onto the board I mean intellectual diversity Onto the board I think that's the most likely thing I can think of to be effective

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Abreu homers, Hendriks escapes in 9th as White Sox beat Rays

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Abreu homers, Hendriks escapes in 9th as White Sox beat Rays

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Palmieri rescues Isles in final-minute win over Hurricanes

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Palmieri rescues Isles in final-minute win over Hurricanes

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2022 Grammy highlights: An evening with Joni, Tony, and Silk Sonic

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2022 Grammy highlights: An evening with Joni, Tony, and Silk Sonic

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"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"You're listening to John Anderson direct with Jay at the charter. These notes that John Anderson Direct is recorded live by our online streaming, which means that sometimes the audio quality is less than optimal. Jerry Better Jara. Is a professor of medicine at Stanford. University. He's research focuses on the economics of healthcare around the world. With a particular emphasis on the health and wellbeing of vulnerable populations. He, became a will non commentator on covid nineteen when Ikbal this year he showed that the vars is foulis deadly than the world. Health Organization initially stated. Giant. I'm really thankful for your time today. It's very good view. The US. Currently as I understand, it has a little I have a five million confirmed cases of COVID nineteen. Record something like one hundred and sixty, five, thousand deaths. It's emotionally and politically charged to the extent that I think it's hard to get a real handle on what's happening and what ought to be done now can you give us a feel for what is happening? In America. And why so hard To get the facts on the title. It says you said politically charged in a that I in my lifetime never seen a medical issue before and the other thing that's challenging the United States it's and we talk about the United States as a country. But in fact, it's it's lots of different regions that are experiencing the epidemic very, very differently. So creating a single national policies, a very challenging thing I suspect similar similars same as turned Australia's well, it's it's very. So it's it's a card, some parts of the country like New York New Jersey. In the northeast had their bit with the a massive pain of the epidemic in March April and they look like come out the other side that very few cases and very few deaths there. Now, the the South Sun belt up seems to have gone up now are starting to get on the other side have been through a very rough last few months, and then the rest countries waiting nervously to see what happens next cases of finally start to come down after a after the after the rise the it's that it's not one. Country it's multiple regions I think that is politically incredibly challenging. And you've been responsible for putting some very hard numbers on the table. As I understand it the World Health Organization initially estimated that. Around three percent of the people who contacted the covid nineteen would die. You put very different numbers on the table more. I think in line of one or two thousand. was proven so difficult to get a real handle..

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"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"You get into a situation way. The world really is a battle between good paypal naval papal visit just got rid of the evil label. Everything will be all right at always seemed to me to be a very dangerous mistake that conservatives dont Mike One group who understand human nature never changes. We're all mixture of the gooden able and the pool scum. Tendencies to want to do the wrong thing. But is America. Able to learn something from understanding its own origins and his own revolution versus the French model ally determined. Are we reaching a point where we're going to replicate the terrible mistakes that through France into a mess? That's the subtext of all of the discussions that we have every day in this country whether they're on television our debates on talk radio or the OP ed columns or in local and regional state elections that it's basically a to paradigm, the French Revolution, a mouse, the Bolsheviks versus the American revolution and the code words throughout history are always the same when you start to hear. Equality rather than freedom liberty. and. Here, internationalism the Bolsheviks were always talking about international, Bolshevik present those mouth what Asian model. PAN-ARAB ISM baptisms another one and the French said they were going to sweep all of Europe into a French Revolutionary Immune. And whereas the United States was always that we have a particular problem in the United States, and we're going to solve that and within our borders were going to not. We're GONNA not presume that we can go out and slavery gains that was sort of the idea of America and we're going to if we give people Li a freedom and liberty than we have confidence in human nature, we have non-governmental. Agencies operations traditions that will inculcate virtue and the person who makes money rather than take it from him or are define how much you can make deleterious. Consequences on the economy when you do that is that we can encourage them and persuaded him to give back and that was a pretty good model American universities were all product of our and we have the largest private lawns. Lampy in the world you're doesn't have anything comparable to Harvard Yale Princeton stamfor-. Caltech. Do of his private endowed universities but. When you get into this revolutionary year one mo where you're going to be holistic and systematic role than were mouth suits I'm not..

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"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"One of the problems we're having in the Western world is with the rise of progressive government. In. Its emphasis on race class gender issues. The Chinese are much more brilliant in terms of propaganda than we are. so by any measure of classical liberality Chinese, very reactionary, they have a million. As you know evil concentration camps I could use that to reeducation count. They've silenced Democracy Extinguished in Hong Kong they've destroyed indigenous culture are back. In terms of mercantilism there, an international trade outlaw they bullied their neighbors and I think we're GONNA learn that either out of laxity you're worse or responsible for a half million deaths. Cova and yet yet. When this crisis arose, when we had a travel ban, they were very effective in suggesting that we were races. This is a very diverse society saying that we are racist and every time that we try to make a concerted effort. To push back us that left wing you're racist you're insensitive. That's the yellow peril again, and they've really infiltrated the United States Entertainment Industry Hollywood and even the NBA the NBA is very vocal in their criticism of. Supposed-. Social Activism and things in the United States and yet. When China crush Hong Kong in a pretty much silence oliver players in fears, they would endanger that six billion dollar enrolling NBA market. China. So they're a very insidious rival. I don't think yet. We have any imagination of their potential in their capability in terms of Baba Ganda Message. That's very chilling perspective to come to the question of education to comments festival in relation to the stem subjects as an Australian movie in America we still see this remarkable capacity renovation Still Dominate the markets, a applications and what have you. The impression you had is that in the stem subjects American, very strong. You're saying that there's been a shortage of graduates in that area. That you haven't got the people you need to kick the technology. Age? I think what I was trying to say is that when we look at the quality of engineers that are being trained at Caltech, Samper Mit, they're the best in the world but. The next tier of people translate abstraction into operational efficacy we have about seventy percent are foreign students are necessary because we just. We've had a radical readjustment, fifty years in higher education and were not allowed were most talented people unfortunately have been going into wall. Street finance and law. And to a lesser degree in the humanities and we haven't we haven't for the ambitious programs we have for the sophisticated innovation that we develop were not utilizing in a way that self interested because we're so dependent. So when we say we want to become autonomous in China. A lot of are more informed scholars than other right something like that. In an op-ed, I get a call from a very distinguished person off the records as Victor. Or we only have twenty percent thirty percent of the HDZ electrical engineering or you know nanotechnology that we need and we're very defended on foreign students and we've got to be very careful that we. This divorce is done in such a way that we're not punished in the short term. So it's something that I think we're all aware of and. Kind of frightening how China does not is not competitive with a Western world and absol- in. Pure research is more than competitive in translating.

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"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"This is John Anderson direct with Coleman Hughes, please note the John Anderson Direct is recorded live via online streaming, which means that sometimes the audio quality is less than optimum. Coleman, who's it's incredibly good of you to join us on a very sensitive been credibly important topic, black lives matters. You've recently here. You're jazz musician. No well established public intellectual in America you've written for the New York Times itself a very interesting. Entity these days you written for the Wall Street Journal for Quillet. You host your own podcasts. And I'd have to say your very brave and committed a data and rational argument. So. Thank you a gain for your time? We hear this term. Systemic racism bandied around a great deal now. What I'd like to do. That is to take a helicopter view all. If you like? The whole issue of racism as a horrific. Blight really on human nature, and then look at the way in which it's played up. The reality is that. The cruelty and the dreadful thing called slavery has. been a constant battle throughout human history. And when you stop and think of just how ugly the African slave trade walls! You can see the origins of some of the terrible tensions in America. That was systemic racism. That was the idea that one man could bind sill, another man or women and children, as they were goods and chattels. Gradually in particular America in Britain had with very courageous leadership from paper lot wilberforce himself Oh. That was wound back. On the tried itself was abolished and then slavery in the from. Seven hundred, thirty, three, then in America. You had a terrible civil war forever, nonetheless systemic racism. Mud vayne ended in the sense of slavery was stalled, but what happened than some America was appalling right until the civil rights movement of the nineteen sixties to what extent? Is Systemic Racism. A realistic term that means anything today. So yes systemic racism. Is a term. That is very confusing. And I'm I'm not sure it's necessarily. Uh..

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"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"If we respect women, we must challenge women to to have the same due process applied to them as to as to men if we protect women. Unduly in relation to the way we protect men. What we are really doing is saying women. We feel your children women. We don't expect you. Again fascinating insights tax me back to heights point about teaching our children that lodges a dividing line between good and evil. This tendency to set men against women that I. Think is so at Will only. Culture, we got into the very very difficult. died Be Resilient, strong at based. On fascinated by the compensation. I really must that you've got four, we do. I think one of the important points. Some that Andrea about Africa arises out of this. we come at it from different perspectives and it's important to I. Think recognize. That, something's are above party politics. A journalist I quite like and respect said the other day when not nights remarks about the so? Behind environment for the rise of, children? Alwaleed expecting, decide that because he comes from a political perspective, some things above politics you, I would have different perspectives on a lot of political issues And yet you would say I think with me. That human flushing depends entirely over willingly on the sort of environment which we. The next generation absolutely absolutely. Why minute span incredibly good of you to give his side generously reveal Tana, guide I can talk forever. That's my critics would be quick to point. But I think he'd get some fantastic thoughts. I'll look for very much diamond. We can heist you to visit to this country. I Guess Heist along Damn era. And in the meantime Olivieri Best, we not circle back win at the end of you've got some more material weakened. Simply permit for the value. Anybody WHO's prepared to? Engage very forward to visit you in in very doing work with Australians who care about communication and care about men and women, really understanding and having compassion for each other you only thing I, disagree with you about is that I don't think you're a Talker I. Think you're wonderful Talker, but you aren't talker your wonderful listener and a wonderful wonderful facilitator of of what I hope. Was a value to share. Well he was fantastic and I. Think you've gone. You've been listening to John Anderson Direct for further content visit John. Anderson Dot net dot you..

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"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"You're listening to John. Anderson Direct with Warren. Farrell, please note. That John Anderson direct is recorded live via online streaming, which means that sometimes the audio quality is less than optimum. FERAL! It's just terrific. Talk to your guide. We met in your hand on the West Coast of America some months ago and recorded a compensation which I feel very valuable, which many Now we find ourselves in vastly different circumstances, and on talking to from the living room of my home in northern New South Lyles on farm. Your time I'm sitting here with a copy of your book yours in John Gray. The boy crosses, and I'm going to give it another blog I decided. Not any of I founded valuable I think people should get themselves a copy and do an ID then get several copies and give it today, friends and anybody that I think might benefit from it i. think is incredibly valuable work. But I wanted to talk to you in the context of the impact of covid Nineteen Karen Avars. On families and individuals who suddenly found the world turned upside down. They thrown together. You recently published a very interesting. Pay solve a WICCAN. I was copied in. Talking. EVATT, how many people when they together find in family circumstances in fact, grownup hop on that's very difficult and shows off in the numbers and clothing and countries like China and Japan was to stick suggests that. The Vossen domestic, violence. Are OPPA known astride a domestic violence reporting has risen quite substantially. And you talk about the opportunities for families to be quite intentional, particularly in writing the boys and I'd love to explore these issues I. Thank you very much indeed for putting up with before seconds on or Totally a pleasure speaking with you, so this is not a putting up fish. Side could we begin? What what can you tell us you're? You're brilliant. Researcher keeps a finger on things. On what's happened? On intensive family relationships, what's happening? In lockdown. Around the world and your country perhaps I we know from some of the work that's being done in Australia that there's some good news people reporting more time with their children and cycles of quite a bit of bad news about the stresses of peddling thrown together. When perhaps they're not on the sideline in the why they will be. There's a huge difference between families where they are. The have live paycheck to paycheck, and you know the the. The covid experience of being unemployed Ed End where the father and mother are unemployed, and then suddenly that is really a key economic catastrophe and know there. If they don't have family that they can turn to for earning money that family. That has a little bit more than they have They're oftentimes quite in crisis and and there's also a there have been checks coming from the government to almost all these families and so that's taken a little bit of the crisis off so..

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"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"The second characters George Whitfield one of the most fascinating figures I've encountered in my life and evangelist. I would say is equal to George Washington in the role. He played in bringing about what we call. The United States of America absolutely stunning stunning story, so he's the second one, and then there are many others George Washington carver. I didn't really know his story. He was a black man of born during slavery times who rose through tremendous humiliations and difficulties to become one of the greatest scientists in the world, and a very humble Christian man worth the of knowing he, he's worthy of celebrating and The the second to last person in the book is Alexander Solzenitsyn another figure who? Many younger than we are might not know who he was and I think he was one of the greatest characters the twentieth century. If you want to know about freedom, if you WANNA know about totalitarian, oppression and communism read about needs, and so I think that you know they are. These are fascinating figures, and so I hope people will pick up a copy. While other to on Willison czar cannon, but tell me Martin Luther King Living Keaton as Smart Melissa. Is Zebra No, no, no no Martin Luther. King is not is not in my book, although I will tell you. It's good that you bring him up because right now. What is happening? Yeah, Floyd Situation I think to myself. There is no one who would be more horrified. No one who had been wrong it up. Then Martin Luther King Junior he was a Christian minister who went out of his way to do the Christian thing, he said we have to We have to behave with dignity. We have to be above. Reproach Rosa Parks was was the same and Jackie. Robinson was the same two great civil rights, heroes and leaders who also were profound Christians. They had a tremendous dignity and nobility that spoke volumes. What's happening now is a joke. People are using the excuse of what happened with George Floyd simply to loot to cause anarchy to burn down. Down the system to do what they can, they don't care about. George Lloyd a any more than a real racist. Would they are just using him? And he himself was a Christian. It's a grotesque thing when I think of how many African Americans I know who are profound Christians who believe in forgiveness not revenge, not vandalism and looting.

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"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"Of so much of today's political debate. Especially when it comes to the dictates of political correctness and identity politics. Yeah this is this is. There's a pattern in all of this as I say that chapter you. Can you can see the intellectual underpinnings and they come from this idea that if it's a it's a Marxist idea but it's just transferred to the modern era where instead of talking about society in cost structures you talk about minority interest groups structures and you lump people like this. What what is what is the primary aim of his Among other things it is a different interpretation of society which is therefore intended to segregate and pull apart societies as you and I might understand them so that people primary affiliation is not that. I'm an Australian but I'm British but I'm a member of the lgbt community in the greatest Sydney area for instance You can predict with one hundred percent accuracy. The people who encouraged this the people who will grab the latest claim by an interest group and run with it and it is always people always people who in the past had another way of trying to attack US societies had a radical Marxist view of the world for instance. We know this with the green issue. Where and again like like rights issues. I write about in this book. They succeed because they're not onto nothing. You know him. The green movement is onto something with the environment and with our planet but it has this hideous red interior which keeps exposing itself as desiring not not a better relationship between ourselves and our environment but for instance the end of capitalism. And it's the same with this. I expose in each of the chapters that the people who make repeatedly and desperately plane that they believe for instance that being a woman is should be merely the first step in a wider mission to bring down capitalists now. I don't think most women were on board with that. Most we'll be rather surprised to be utilized in this fashion but that is very clearly and explicitly and I quote the the various scholars and writers who've been pushing US for years. This is explicitly the aim. And it's why as I say you can always predict exactly who is going to latch onto the latest claim when when for instance the big bearded man with male Genitalia. Wins the women's weightlifting competition. You can predict with one hundred percent accuracy. Who is going to say yeah? What's the problem with that? And the people who are going to say. I'm not short climb. The big weightlifter should be winning the women's category. You can predicted and the people who say. Why have you got a problem with that? Bigot always the same people who believed in the past that our society's needed to be pulled apart in another fashion and now they'd like to do it in this fashion Claire. Liman is the founding editor of Australia's groundbreaking.

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"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

13:43 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"To trump's America economic regulation brexit and much more one assesses China's defense spending. Maybe defense is the real word. There's a very rapid growth. A China's offensive capability China is for example building up a missile capability that would pose a profound threat to US aircraft carrier groups in the event of a conflict euro familiar and I didn't need to repeat it with China's construction of military facilities in the South China Sea. But there's a whole bunch of less visible stuff. Going on as China invests in in effect is a new generation of military capability. The drones swarm is going to be an important part of any future conflict and China as a natural edge given its capacity for building drones. So number one. There's no question that China's spending a lot on its military and to call it. Defense is to stretch the meaning of that term. Secondly one characteristic feature of America I as a policy is the President. Trump has not exactly been reassuring to traditional. Us allies in the align system was a great source of concern for both general master his former national security adviser. General Mattis is former defense secretary. They've gone An I think one has to worry a little bit about how firm the resolve the United States would be towards any of its allies in the face of a conflict. So when you put those two things together. Australia can hardly be complacent about security. Look let's just do some basic history here history's mostly the history of 'em pause. Not Actually the history of nation states and it's most of the history of conflict not the history of peace. You get peaceful periods. No question we've been in a relatively peaceful time Since the end of the Cold War but to assume that this will continue indefinitely would be to ignore the lessons of history another obese lesson of history which is being true throughout the centuries. Is that if you want. Peace prepare for war and vice versa. If you want war act like it'll never come. Allow your defense capability to atrophy. For an enormous island that is thinly populated in relative terms compared with Asia that has a Voss store of natural resources for such an island to be ill defended seems like most spectacular historical fully in particular when it is in relative close proximity to a one party state with oviously imperial ambitions. It's quite a long way away from its principal ally. The China's imperial ambitions is obvious the more Chinese leaders in this speech beaches say China. Never does conquest the war. I'm like seriously you really GonNa make that argument. Chicken Pie was taking chunks in Russia just over a century ago. So let's get really a this is not a good situation. It was okay during the American era when the Chinese were like okay. It's no problem. We'll just sell you stuff cheaply and underpay all workers and lend you a cool. We'll buy trillion stuff not a problem market price. I much to want. That was all fine but anybody who thought that that was gonNA lost indefinitely was dreaming because the whole point of America was a temporary illusory relationship and that at some point China wouldn't need it anymore and the charges account of getting to the point where they don't need us anymore on the bets that we placed from the Clinton era that they would liberalize all the Internet would somehow turn them into democracy. All that's gone China's actually going in the opposite direction. Politically Xi Jinping has increased. The central control of the policy is reimposing trial. Orthodoxy is cutting out such free speech as it developed in China's Public Square. I mean how many more flashing red lights do you need. So I think this is kind of getting to the point of urgent. I'm what I see in Australian. Politics is a debate the if it was going on in a regional council in.

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"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"It has often been remarked on in this series of conversations with John Anderson. Did we are living through a time of great change and tumult as the world faces up to what is likely to be the most devastating global crisis in a generation? That observation is more true than ever like with so much. We usually take for granted? Our broadcast schedule has had to adjust to account for the new conditions. Were living through. In the meantime we have put together. This highlight show summarizing the series. So far it is now over two years since the former deputy prime minister of Australia launched his video podcast series conversations with John Anderson in that time our videos have been viewed millions of times and we have gained consistently growing subscriber numbers via YouTube podcast and the John Anderson Dot net dot. Edu website if you haven't already please subscribe. It costs nothing. The conversations project is a response to the poor quality of public debate and the lack of viewpoint diversity and much of the mainstream media identity politics and political correctness of stifled debate. Many views are not given a fair hearing. Careful reason and consideration of evidence.

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"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

11:11 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"British isles particularly inning which allowed for a development and institutions of habits of a respect for which if you look at areas the world such as the Balkans which in many ways culturally and and many other important areas of great human development. They've never been able to develop these modest institutions and habits which we have because of the constant interruption of war and invasion which they suffer and now we have a different form of of invasion in in full of globalist tonight pressure which makes it harder and harder for these basic principles. And I I feel for it. I I think that whatever I examined any seems outcomes a stock. How will this fact of the fundamental principles of those little humanity which seem to me basis assume is society now almost invariably the ulcers badly? I think this is another example of it. I part of the reason for that is because Lewis Riggs inexistent Hans Tree people if they themselves out what he to defend it when it's attack con long survive and if you have a people which actually believes that it's it's the becomes a. I think this this alleged condominium has alleged because I think we may possibly restaurateurs has created fear fear in which people will repose all that in the State and in power as because when you do that pound along really needs to lure does it. Knowing really needs to be about the concession people power becomes a a a straight food crude hubs in Bahgat we protect you from the terror with that and you give me freedom to us and this is what this is. What's really frightening under? I mean I'm scared. The economic consequences of this unscheduled social consequences. But really really beyond that. I think the education that I've had in the past few weeks trying to stand for free. Debate and discussion has given me a really really quite worrying lesson. In how much less freedom I? Anybody else has Ten years ago in this country than any Western country governed by the middle of it. I haven't potty because I've exercised Great Elephants Providence. Which I won't go into here which was allowed to exercise it but the truth is that it's much more circumscribed My Life. It's a very profound thing to site. One of the American fell Father Founding Sakani which one commented that anyone who lab FIA to a compromise freedoms was William. Nato I think Benjamin Franklin Second pledged temporary security deserve neither. Yeah you're the sort of wish to ideal for you seems to give him. Why the rights? That discrimination law machinery everywhere sets off a system of competing rights instead of writing freedom practicing freedom wanting to advance it that might not be fully enjoying. That was what not Lizard King. Us buys was trying to do so. I have some people even awfully enjoying the freedoms that they will be entitled to as American. What donald she writes right seemed to me to be granted by the that for the whole the whole theory of rights seems based on the idea that we don't have any of these things unless government groups whereas the English Principles I understood was always. That man was free unless he was contrived by by laws which had themselves be nine by repugnant. And the the the idea that government granted certain rights at the moment the government. Grunts me under certain conditions limited. My her I'm allowed to do certain only if I have reasonable excuse to leave my home where I am in in England where I think the jurists of the the seventeenth nineteenth centuries crime that teeth if they saw this going on that is my current legal. Fortunately where I live. It's not too officiously enforced but there are other places where it's Where it is a police force is actively encouraged people to inform on the neighbors they go out to notch. I this this is actually Abbott. I'd imagine it but it is so I I'm freedom. Kennel be express rationed in in rights. Freedom exists and you grant government sudden opposed to limited by law. You hope of course in a in a in a pro property goes to Saudi. Most human behavior should be governed festival conscious of the law should any into the in as a last resort so whole whole lexicon of rights seems to me and acceptance by. Shankill seems to me to be a mistake. I it's it's unfortunate that the great documents of of modern Western treason Philip Rights in the United States. The one hundred years earlier of England a cold bills rights rather than those freedoms. Because that's what actually. Aw I know the Show. The bill writes Dotted English Lords. What it actually says. This is what the government cannot do we. The people can't do. This is what the government cannot do. Those are the those are the anything's having is housing. I took cook very well but not bill of rights. It's been contentious. They're Nice Walter. But we don't have we really do it. Heated the the model at least in theory that this is prescribed. You are free to do it about what has happened in this country is we've now had either fifty years all Moore more and more anti discrimination legislation setup supposedly secure people's rights but then. I end up being classy rights and machinery has done nothing to stop in Aden. Aden a bit. The price of unquestioned wanting down of social capital all increased loneliness of action all anxiety. Depression self harm is not a happy story. We'd be cheering freedom. I would have thought but show and yet. It was done in many cases with the best intentions. People who did it didn't set out to achieve on that. That's been run. The difficulties inaugural against I think some of the initial for the the the the early race relations is in. I find it impossible. Although the seems to me to be sort of breach of principle in both I find it impossible to opposed because of the horrible things which were being done before they existed which they prevented the difficulty is can you limit that's legislation or does it go too far that ultimately is is a problem for for the individual humans involved in coming. Were catching have. Make gone to find these ways. But I I do like very much to start on the assumption that my opponent's have good intentions. I ask the same in the interesting thing is is getting. I'm assumed to be acting of marital mischief Good intentions. That's another part of the the gradual darkening freedom in my country while it says Johnson High Absurd again to make your point to bat at discrimination often with the best intentions. We've actually raised at children belabored. Lots is a battle between good people and bad table which tends to play into the hands by politics which tends to undermine the idea that you've got to find you. I food collectively site. The rule of law is is something that unifies because respect all with King must respect the president's business perspective King. I'm it's just. It's such a crucial principle guide. You why do power has something overarching which controls it is so crucial addition or a limits on? And when you see it happen when you see a cooled stripe down. Its Radical Act by government and the government as the court. It is so moving it happens. Any such thing would be celebrating without pay these very very uncertain times It's hard to see a lot of light at the end of the tunnel and get hype Springs Tunnel and I love a strategy daily. I want to see A. It's best dies somehow still being in the front office. But it's not gonNA happen recounts cluster around key issues Principals as you've just put it and I do thank you very much for your time. I'm always intrigued by people. When we've had conversations he'd come up to me in the street and I Peter Confront me with reality and found that very valuable. You've done it again. Do not they do not thank you very much. But it's kind of you. We conclude with Cromwell made to some particularly obstreperous sponge dogmatic puritans gentlemen and this is I address this to my opponents in the argument about how we treat. Karenna Vars gentlemen I beseech she in the bowels of Christ think it possible you may be sticking of course the PRI- Rosa Crumble is quite mild language after ten. Let's question pride is that we need to be humble enough to admit that the other person's arguments should be hood ever. I found the best way. And have people own that whites Lord Joe? You've been listening to John. Anderson direct for further content. 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07:30 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"You're listening to John. Anderson direct with Peter hitchings. Please note that John Anderson Direct is recorded live via online streaming. Which means that sometimes the audio quality is less than optimum between it. It really is a genuine. Plays A to see you again. Have the opportunity to tool. Godfrey shouted hugely. The circumstances are extraordinary. You're in Oxford in England. I'm not no switched Yussef wiles on farm and yet we're able to communicate by means of mob technology and thankfully the sound and visual quality. Look very good not but I wanted to talk with you. Thank you so much for your time about Nineteen Colorado arse way known as much about it as we did tonight we might extraordinary decisions right across the what we do now is that it appears that it isn't as dangerous not to diminish the important so during brought as modest being on the other hand what he's now around is coming on the back. All the mess was never cleaned up after the financial crisis all ten or twelve years ago. This is going to reshape. The global economy asked the Saudis. The strategic architecture will will be very different day. Some came to talk to you about the very interesting things. You've paid sign on the disease but you really have an extraordinary and valuable generalists perspective. I think if I can put it that way of history all different sorts. All government regime societies around the winter. Establish Some Principles. I think in the wished particular as to how Margaret Establish how freedoms and some degree of economic tawny and future. So thank you again for joining us now. A touchstone. We know surprising to alignment has no sauce Just how little we seem to know even now about the epidemiology of tomatoes. It's non union making the point that some We have three essential problems a lack of knowledge of the necessary diners bars. The fact that many might get it which is nice symptoms and we learn more about that every day and the crucial distinction between as you put it so succinctly between dying with say nineteen and dying all can. I ask you just unpack the very interesting and I'm thinking Suspected you had on US tonight. It's a cool it's an. I should stress you but I make no claims to expertise in what I have done. Is I've started from the basic principles was old journalistic inquiry and indeed only In the modern world. Which is the great statement by telephone is not never believe anything until it's officially denied stops from a position that you don't know the authorities don't necessarily know either and ask questions and what I have found. Is that a number of prominent highly qualified. People and I will name them. In those cases here have serious doubts about what we're doing The thrust of them is professor. John Your needs of Stanford University in California who believe that the supposed mortality rates from Kevin Nineteen. Which you've been suggested a completely awesome misunderstood by the Ford based on statistics not working well-worked insulting secondly of this by name is the only person that's very prominent and distinguished professor of microbiology in the University of mine. Since one of the main seats learning jeopardy professor Bharati a has made two major interventions in the politics his country saying that the shutdown of the economy is is wrong and disastrous particularly. He argues that this disastrous for the very large number of healthy owed people in our societies. We rely very much on social contacts on an exercise to sustain the health. And who if this is prolong will will be severely and permanently damaged and he foresees a quite a large for deaths resulting from this. And so if we're trying to put this as a a some try suggest accrued question of life versus money. It isn't the the loss of life from his policies potentially considerable and you see also the experts from Sweden who continuing to insist that govern behaves like a normal government takes a muggeridge in proportion of action rather than precipitous extreme action. They also dot very considerably the extraordinary social economic and political experiment the engagement by so many major western countries while who are in truth the outlines the ECCENTRICS S of shutting. Down there economists of making a tax on personal liberty. I the At it seems to me of the intensifying economic crisis you mentioned earlier which is almost entirely dropped off front pages of newspapers. The major spite being an enormous and grave events in the history of Tumbling stock markets the the full sutton tarnishes. The general declines economic. Does what by to start with. But if you survey what's going on in my country the absolute devastation particularly small businesses service industry. Count them bills. The growing number of companies which have Sunni threatened themselves on the mercy of the Government. Which from somewhere. Other wet is proposing Something like that. He'll forty billion pounds sterling to pay people doing nothing of for several months with. I've never seen anything like it in my life. I think is is the world be run by teenagers? Does nobody know anything consideration and when I raise these issues because instinctively I felt when it began? That's that that some sort of questioning needs to take place. I thought the purpose of having a free society was that policies examined in public debates. It and it's always been my view that no government is is does not benefit from having serious informed. Opposition will.

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John Anderson: Conversations

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"Really enjoy Major but those are very below the other thing that I think you said it before it was a great challenge if what do we do just encourage the flow. Because he's back into a bag had wayne courage really good men and women we have. We have quite a few of them in Australia but we need to pay a hand up for the most notable of all public service positions is of Representatives. So the cried but someone believe me if we get this right as cynicism will become a self fulfilling prophecy him we is leading well. The is a two way process. The fast is the demands people to step forward themselves and the second is the imams the public to have if an attitude towards B. We agree the game a cash to the mountains and say and then pummel them or take one example the gaff in the gaff which people are found to be guilty of very often again Is saying something true which are not meant to said? Well how about? We just haven't agreement that when somebody says something true they are not be punished for it. That's a good place to start and the press and the public that in our hands you know. It's in our hands not look at another one. The U-TURN we've all seen this in recent days have been Thad self-appointed virologists who were previously just tax. You know who who say. Oh My Gosh. The government is you turn. When did the youth come in this? I if I can tell you Dr Village for an straight into a wall I stop and I do a u-turn. It's it's not it's again. It's not morally always determined move. It's perfectly reasonable maneuver. In the face of certain circumstances. It isn't government has so-called U-TURN. It isn't sign of imbecilities necessarily might be very wise. It might say these games as a played in the letter imposed on it. How about we you know. I have confidence in the British government. I have confidence in Australian government and I have. I have confidence that if they change their mind on something in a difficult area in unprecedentedly complex situation you know it isn't because eighth Turned or shown themselves to be in some way malign but simply that they're trying to do their best in a horrible situation and that we should have a degree of tolerance and say it is just the reciprocal thing between online and the politics On the wider issue. I think flip dedicated a time like this. This is this is a deep moment drawers reset at the very beginning on our reserves. I I think Something that Strand said his students Chicago I think it was on the death of Winston Churchill when the announcement came of the death Winston Churchill and I actually just pulled out the reference. I go to in front of me. He's Strauss said on the occasion of Churchill's death. He said he said we have no higher duty. And no more pressing duty Lynch remind ourselves and our students of political greatness of human greatness of the peaks of human excellence that we have the moment in our self isolation an opportunity to demoralize ourselves own opportunity to among other things re moralize ourselves. We have the opportunity to wallow in self pity all to dig deeper and to do better and You know I think that all of our countries have deep wells that we can draw upon Australia has an exception leagues extraordinarily deep. Well of people thinkers an incredibly rich tradition which it can drawer on a tradition in literature and art and much more. Maybe we could use these days meaningfully by reengaging with that. You know we've just been talking about Roger Scrutiny but another friend of mine who died since we last spoke a less New Pretty well. Taking in recent years with Clive. James and I adored clive and My life alone. A feast a library books and the mortgage and deep thinking as well as he's perhaps better known for which is his incomparable. Huma and ability to make life happier You know this is another great great person. Great figure and you know you can have a wail of time as well as a very very significant time in the coming days if you just reached the shelf and got some of. Clive's books off you know and then so many others around clean coal so I suppose what I think is less. Let's uses time. Well Andrew Drool well upon it. Well thank you very much for that. Because in Census. Sasha wanted to talk to you tonight we to use opportunity. The circumstances are provided with might be to do some hard thinking because they'll be be decisions to be night at the end of we're GONNA rock paper. Latest strove sincerely hope you do get to a strategy in an autism future sincerely plenty of people get the heat what you got the site including particularly those people have to lead us. Four out of the Car Malaya's an enormous pleasure inversely and to you John Take. Yeah you've been listening to John. Anderson Direct for further content visit John Anderson Dot net dot a U..

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12:27 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"Without issue of rising earlier device. We have options will be another way of looking at this with great aside presumably. Hopefully somebody will come up with an editor at soon solution within the country in which that happens I'm sure will be very keen on exploiting until they have enough for their own needs therein people. Yeah that's a little hardware is emerging as a clear acceptance globalization has limits. Yes I mean it is. That is one of the things that we have We've talked about in recent years and haven't been very willing to acknowledge You know some. It's it's very interesting. The way in which people talk about these injuries which globalization as a term is is one of those tricky ones. Isn't it because it's it can be? I would use it as a description of a demonstration a description of facts of the fact that we live in unprecedented connected while some people are used globalization it as meaning an ideological project. And it's it's worth making clear which one of those while means. I think that the globalization of fun only use it. The description of the interconnected world is which is a morally neutral point. I think in a way is to say that that is neither a good nor bad it means that it has good and potentials within it but like everything else in in life but it is is a description of a natural state will also have drawbacks full to that extent we are currently learning and seeing some of the doors by every single one of these things look at the advantages of technology. The advantage of technology that allows John Anderson me to be toll king literally on opposite sides of the planet is good but it is. It is the same technology that can be used. Terrible bad for the pumping out of of bad and untrue ideas and nation at two on a saying had we get the balance right. How do we ensure we see through as we move through this terrible crisis way? We WanNA guard the end of it because you talk about. Soviet saying China's framed now that he's going to be the subject of some very heated discussions because a one little piglets. Saying well Authoritarian very feisty concerned J. This trial in this is.

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16:27 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"You're listening to John. Anderson direct featuring Douglas Murray. Please note that John Anderson Direct is recorded live via online streaming which means that sometimes the audio quality is less than optimum. Thank you very much indeed for your time with us in Emma and tremendous reception amongst the big old excess accusations in this country to what you had decides which travelled farm law but the risen quickly from the Tremendous Company and Greg Compensations is at in that show. Time has changed beyond belief Celebrating celebrating the extraordinary reception of your madness crowds in which he talked about the way we up to end the stool liberalism and we're trying to create a society on some very unstable at Upton legs of that stool had braids raging but since they added. The whole outlook is completely changed. Fully lift was made an election which produced an extraordinary results. But we now have something. That's changing the way we live in the short term and likely to mess of the older guides ahead along will do the permanent damage. I think the Global Liberal Andhra economic future and sadly the other thing. I'd love to touch on this very good friend of yours loss to us all cerro description but if we could counted corona virus. I can you give us a European perspective. A what's happening in particular London and across your yes. It's was speaking. I think you know pretty early still in this crisis time in which the seriousness of it has now become clear. I think everybody everybody advice. Wool number of of people The government by some countries has had to take extraordinary measures. And we've seen announcements that. I think most of us would not expect to all is a by MRS telling everybody over the eighty seven thousand homes Future encouraging no more than two people the gallery in any one place encouraging also keep a distance from each other societies and much more and and these are things which very few people with thinking about until a few weeks ago. I'm extremely reluctant to make any pronounce occasions on it And remain silent on the whole issue because I do believe in expertise and there are a relatively small number of people who have spent a lot of time in their lives studying and Iris. By all in I think that these at these moments Mon So incredible testing Ahmad Things for society and they all the moments when we not only have to acknowledge humility and recognize that humility but drawer upon what reserves. We have and by that I mean the reserves of resilience and courage and fortitude and more which will be among the only things that will make sure we get through a crisis like this as very liberal. It most of us can do other than follow government advice. The scientists advice some people decide they would light cavalry with that and as I say. Hold themselves out as having some. Alvis petits or some people are still of course still fighting political battles Through the prism of coronavirus pro and a Pro. I feel office context saying the certain degree of contempt. Because a moment this is when everything changes and we get to remember what it seek fixture internal one. Motari citizens can do. Stay calm and carry on this. I think the past who is actually put up rounding boom but we will so what set of England in the style of the forties. Massive cultural changes that have taken place since. Then you've just on how much of that resilience that willingness to pull together in the face of across you think Can still be drawn out in Great Britain did I will. We'll see like with every country. I have tiny Feeling which I I try to Abacha way of the feeling of sort of In a way pleasure seeing A cliche I we will keep calm. Carry a sort of aggravating cliches nation to think of itself as having because I thought for a long time it's had been slipping away. Shall we say I think that Britain is no different from any other country in away? We'll we'll see. I say as Australia will what what personal resilience who's like but it's it's it's not getting the easy for people because there's such a degree of Pacific about it. There are lots of things we should not do but it's it's very harmful on people know what they can do. Enormous cruelties of that. This virus the cruelty of Encouraging people to be basically wary suspicious of other people having to distance ourselves on neighbors Rather than Dirk laced them The horrible thing which many of us have had moved all parents and their children not being able to touch each other to hug each other. These are these a meaningful personal cruelties. And we will have to find a way to get through. That and I would suggest that one way to do so is to put it in a kind of historical perspective and to say if this is A great test or even the great tests of this age than we should consider ourselves relatively lucky because it hasn't come about through having to kill people and it hasn't come out through wars come about through something which commits us to a passivity bottles demands resilience of us which I rise to like everyone else. It has been I should say I just add. One thing has been enormously to see people across the world particularly for me. I'm from across the continent of Europe. having to do things which they just were not expecting ever have to do in their lives and people celebrating the people who are showing resilience in that you know. The people actually have suffered greatly in recent weeks greatly and the thing that we want to talk about do talk about rightly is not just the suffering but the heroism which they've shown it's mostly she services no medical solve but also people you know it's it's videos of the. Italians standing on that balcony singing the gone around the world. And that's that's the those are the things to hold onto. I think understand what you're side actually. Despite the fact that way Pinson unfortunately imagery news school of as that Ab- roll of toilet pipe in the supermarket had become a front page story in the Scandinavian newspapers. And that's pretty impressive. Added perfected police. What is happening in some quarters strategy of of all countries need? Not Worry about supply and stuff. Cnn Mums all of Britain's sufficient in food is remarkable for a seventy nine in paper lung area. That's about the same as the victory once represented in the central problem straight might Will the.

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John Anderson: Conversations

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"You're listening to conversations with John Anderson, featuring Jordan Peterson and Dave Rubin. Ladies and gentlemen. Please. Welcome John Anderson. We'll do it in and dive. Thank you so much for giving us your time. John Anderson dot net is basically dedicated to something that is very very dear to me as someone who is very wide about our country, and where we're going, and it's that you can it cannot get good public policy without a good public debate. And it seems that we have to bytes anymore. We just have abusive emotional mudslinging. So that's the sort of the background theme. But then we come to this incredible opportunity to die to engage with these two gentlemen. And I want to to get the ball rolling by talking about a number of issues firstly, personal responsibility. Then I'd like to move onto freedom. What is it because it's not licensed? It's not what many people think it is today. And how do we make it with our then want to talk about courage because we're going to need a lot of gang food, and you're gonna hear a lot or see demonstrated some real courage. I think he and what we're going to talk about and what you're going to hear what you're going to witness then a bit about social media and how we make it all work. And then it's over to you. We live in an ideal. When. It seems that. There's a crisis of trust in our culture. It seems that we are very uncertain of our institutions and the people who Mike them up and what they motivations might be. And indeed the research backs that up the strategy National University has been tracking strategies confidence in the politicians and the political process now for many decades, we are in Untited waters record numbers of strandings. No longer have confidence in the system record numbers of a strategy. Now, distrust, the political process and the players in it. Just more recently. We've had the lightest of a series of Royal commissions of inquiry into various institutions this times banking and the financial services, and we learned that we couldn't trust bankers. Now, there are many, trustworthy, bankers in cases or any here. But plainly people were deeply concerned by what emerged and you stop. And think about this. When people are in relationships of trust harmony and progress can be my when it breaks down. How many and progress are impaired and people flee for safety. If you don't feel safe with someone else you'll look for the rule book and you'll look for policing and you'll look for protection. So it's a good thing. We've had the Royal commission of inquiry. So we know what's been going on. It's a good thing. We've got the rich seventy eight recommendations new laws everywhere you surveillance new policing. But it's a tragedy that it was necessary in the first place people have not been doing what they've should have been doing without coercion. So now, we got a great big battles to how to resolve these things you say the law by surprise. But Jordan, you've said something quite different in the midst of all of us, what you've said is that the redemption of the world is not political. It happens at the level of the individual. That's what we hear on the million every not there's a new scandal. It's we need more rules. We need more policing. We need most violence. We need a different path in path. You're not saying that you'll sign it comes back to the individual. The first question is do you want that? Do do you want a more a state with more regulatory power? Do you want to state with more surveillance? I mean, first of all why would you think that that would be, trustworthy when all the evidence suggests in the past that as a state expanded surveillance power actually becomes less, trustworthy, rather than more? And why would you want you might think? Well, I certainly want someone looking into Europe fares. What I don't want anybody looking into mine. Well, good luck with that. Because you know to the degree that I have someone elect someone to look into Europe. There's there buddy well going to be looking into mind as well. And that just doesn't strike me as particularly positive development practically because I don't believe it will work. I don't think surveillance states do make people more honest. I think all the evidence is the opposite. And then I would say from the individual perspective. It's like I believe that the

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John Anderson: Conversations

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"You're listening to conversations with John Anderson during Peter Hitchens, so I paid the thank you very much for giving us some time. Can I begin by saying that in my country, and I think it's probably pretty much the same rod across the west. Now, the research and the data shows what the the sort of state of the pants assessment will tell you people are very distrustful of the system politics, the institutions of society that shirt and badly fractured as will the fragmenting into groups that so in very hostile to each other. How's it come to? This is cone to this. Because ultimately things have an effect long after they've happened when I was just moved child. I lived near the greats seaport supports within Southampton and would go down to the beach and watched the great ocean liners which still and went back. Who is the Atlantic? And this game you could play you could watch say the Queen Elizabeth Norma's ship poss- by about two miles out. And you then wait for the by wave come. Sometimes you wait so long forgotten. It was coming. It. Would you turn your back on track you in the back? So how'd it would not over? There was a huge distance in time between the event. And it's fact I think we see now the effect of the collapse of particularly of European unity, which I think BA guy and then fully on from the first World War where the is made the great mistake of supporting a war, which turned out quite patiently. Not to be a Christian actor to be great Warf civilization was it'd been portrayed as being. And so so she hid themselves with we on such a scale that they could never really recover them or a literacy and it began to drain away from from that point. But of course, people continue to act you suddenly get an audible click and people suddenly stop behaving, Christian fashion. The churches. Collapsing. The the cultural Christie is the general standing Christian rules. The general knowledge of the scriptures. The seven on the mount persisted in the population and still persists people have certain age, but has pretty much vanished. I was reading the other day that a thanks various films, and and children's fiction many English children now, no the Greek myths of far better than the gospels. They shouldn't be not taught the gospels versus not they don't know the parables which been a huge influence for some not know them. You can't expect this kind of cultural earthquake to happen. And for not town affect the amazing thing is that it's taken so long. But the wave has finally struck the beach and people are seeing due to great consequences to too great material consequences of Christianity for the societies in which it's been proven trust on which almost all serious exercises. Must be. Based on the rule of power. How can anyone accept that? Little should be more should be more sources than temporal unless they believe that it has some sort of divine origin, once that goes it goes so these things departing from amongst while we continue to live in highly advanced physically and technically advanced as well civilizations where there's advances are also be based on trust in the law in the end as they depart those societies we'll see store operate as they've done. I think it is an electoral process, which will lucky to be seeing the beginning of so to draw something out of that when trust breaks down in a democracy people flee for security. They democracy is another question. And I I'm not really a democrat. I don't think that universal. Suffrage democracy has been a success. I'm I believe Lucy under the laws great possession of the Anglosphere countries and universal suffrage democracy has tended to be. Inimical to indeed it is Michael to freedom as well as we've recently seen in Turkey Lee, universal suffrage democracy has been used to destroy the root of laws and destroy freedom speech thought an assembly freedom of the press and to create a very dangerous autocracy. There's another example of that. But under Godwin's law alums never mentioned the Nazis. But there is the it's not the only example with where democracy is destroyed freedom. But I don't I didn't rely particularly on democracy as a defense and things that I love so thing you just have to put up with. I think the point I was saying seeking drought though, is that given that you have a democracy, if people become if you like a fried, they flee full security, if I think people and institutions and all kind of do what they ought to do voluntarily life leave for the rulebook, and that starts to erode freedom. They also do is they flee to populists and the Trump phenomenon is as an example of this. And so there are many many reasons for the Trump I in some ways he behaves much as the left to which is why they didn't like him in terms. Semi literate intelligence of opponents oppose the post expense cells. No the restaurant, but the other thing is goes. Social liberals in western societies for many, many years imagined their opponents were all like, no Trump. And so they know them and pay no attention to them. Eventually they've got a real Donald Trump. And now they're angry. But if they listen to people like me twenty years ago, then they would never have got people. I don't Trump. They do populism is is is a great danger. I we have the structures of universal suffrage democracy and out of it all kinds of Munster's can be born. And I fear that comes. And especially if we get as I think, I'd know your country has different economic problems for mine. But if we get the crisis, which seems to be count be indefinitely postponed, given the level of particularly of personal debt that we have in this country, then then the structures go, then I think the tendencies was some kind of pretty savage populism. We'll be strong. It's hard to avoid that conclusion. I think actually, and they will be another recession. They're always he is most western countries have used the remaining shots in their lockers. They went beyond the Bronx. We know that it's the same. Things are being done is being done before the two thousand and eight and with no zone, and I remember some years ago, the quite clever, but failed film contagion I saw an airplane. Probably in the cinema's about two minutes before found which was about a third of swine flu at break. But for that break so suddenly spreading threatened survives countries. I think the reason it failed was because it was such a believable trail of what happens to advanced country when there's a general breakdown of authority in with things cease to exist. And if you get a situation, which I very much fear where money dies, then things of that kind might happen. I'm genuinely worried about the about the near future. I don't think it's good and particularly for for my own country, where we have especially strong problems one ridiculous overestimate our importance, and well, and are in Busey's trade and Secondly, a tremendous inbuilts crisis based upon unsustainable debt. So given the nature of these. Intractable problems. And given that the evidence is quite overwhelming that they are real not imaginary. They're not going to go. Why why is it then that we are unable to pull together enough for long enough to have a reason debate about any of this?

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