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"arab republic" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:32 min | 7 months ago

"arab republic" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And that's why it's seven minutes of terror. At least it is for the folks at the Jet Propulsion Lab. And basically, they're trying to discover whether or not there is any life on Mars. Right, right. I'm looking for. They don't think there's much there now, but they want to find Morrell evidence of the ancient life there. So you have the water once flowed on Mars, and there's some tests on board that will help us make sure or help us test the idea of generating our own oxygen using the carbon dioxide in the Martian atmosphere. If this works, it's another step on the eventually getting humans to land on Mars. Yeah, we've been talking about that earlier. Getting humans still land there and That will be a pretty tough thing to do. I mean, Getting people who stay in a spacecraft that many months to get there. First of all, and then would you go, Jack? No, No. We were talking about that earlier on here. Here. Would you go, Rory? I'm 6, ft Six. I cannot put me in that You have to have a pretty good sized space onto that kind of thing. By the way, this probe has microphones. So for our radio purposes, we like that. We're actually gonna be able to hear this whole seven minutes of terror Eventually, you know what's the signal gets being back to us. You would be my first overall selection on my Mars Rover basketball squad finally dunking right, so but anyway, we appreciate your joining us serious morning, Rory and we'll stay in touch. Thanks. Jack. Rory O'Neill, Our NBC News radio reporter and on again China and U A. E also have launched vehicles to Mars but aren't gonna be expected to land. That's amazing that The United Arab Republic can put a vehicle around Mars. That's I mean, we've known China has been a big factor in the space race for a long, long time. Can't wait to hear We're going to hear a whole bunch from The guy we call the professor. Stephen Callous because he used to work with NASA many years ago. I think it was in Alabama. But he's very into the space race and all those kind of things so Again. I'm sure we're going to get some information from him at some point. Um, what was the other thing here? I meant to bring up well, while you look for that, as.

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"arab republic" Discussed on The Classicist

The Classicist

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"arab republic" Discussed on The Classicist

"Leave Sumatra. I have fifty two targets in Iran. And if you kill any Americans I'm going to systematically automatically go down that list and the subtext was power stations nuclear facilities airbases. Who knows and they're not going to cost any American lives? It can be taken out by drones or cruise missiles. Probably you mentioned the salience of of oil having declined some because it mooted for the United States purposes anyway by fracking development of our own energy resources that said there is still a a more general version of that argument that important role for a superpower power like the US to play is to make sure that important trade routes like this who has canal are the Straits of Hormuz stay open for for Global Commerce. How much much How much stock should we put into arguments like that? Victor by which I mean that the the US bears this distinctive responsibility to ensure essentially international benefits. Should we be looking looking for more international assistance in terms of shouldering that burden. That's a very good question troy because we're seeing something analogous with the corona virus virus scare her in China because it's almost shutdown Chinese tourism entirely. It'll cut off most trade and visitation to China and what will affect will that have on the global economy I don't know what the percentage of GDP losses will be worldwide but it will have an effect but it's beyond the control of the United States and the worst thing we can do is have business as usual China into a no the nature. This virus. The same thing's true of oil should Iran Send send a whole armada of drones and take out four or five or we find reason Kuwait and Saudi Arabia and reduce Middle East. You know daily the output by fifty percent that would have an effect on the economy but to what degree the United States. It's insulated from that. To what degree does it calibrate. Yeah well it's going to hurt China and it's going to hurt Europe and they're not going to buy US goods or it's going to affect you as tourism or it's GonNa Affect financial markets. I don't know but I do know that the American people do not think any longer You know seventy five years after World Award to that. It's our responsibility to keep protecting the financial and economic interest of other people who were not necessarily always fond. Oba's it was so my final question for you. There's a passage in your piece. It's really start comprehensiveness. Our listeners are going to have to forgive me a long quote here because it's the only way to do it. Justice says you right in here and I'm quoted especially in the last half century. The Middle East has produced a little more than bad news bad memories and bad blood six major israeli-arab conflicts the nineteen seventy nine and eighty running hostage crisis the Persian Gulf war the Iraq war a decade of no fly zones the shooting shooting down a US Blackhawk. In Mogadishu the two decades log in Afghanistan the first and second Libyan bombing missions the Marine barracks attack in Beirut the Khobar Towers bombing in Saudi Arabia the terrorist attack on the USS Cole. Him and Obama's red line in Syria gassings genocides by Saddam and Assad the hijackings assassinations mass killings and bombings by the the Muslim Brotherhood. This keeps going the PLO black September the Popular Front for the Liberation Palestine Hamas Hezbollah al Qaeda and Isis the current mass ethnic cleansing of Christians the online mind beheadings the no go zones of Middle East immigrant communities in Europe. All these have done their part in souring generations of Americans on the Middle East. I mean good Lord Victor when you read that list in its entirety at the risk of asking a question that admits of no easy answer. What is wrong with this region that is an arresting cat at a log of dysfunction and malfeasance to what do we point as the underlying malady or maladies as the case? Maybe maybe yeah you know and then you think of those names. Don't use your car we've all we hear e Bin Laden had off saw not. Because I didn't want to fatigue everyone but yes no right there Baghdadi. I know I emotional response now with Americans are just done with it. You know been there done that. And what is the problem with that region economically that it's sort of like the homeless in San Francisco next Google all in apple and facebook. There's enormous amount of wealth and it's not evenly distributed in this next to abject poverty that's one and then where they were the Tabu second topic of courses Islam and doesn't allow the liberalisation of society doesn't promote scientific research it doesn't allow equality for women. It has certain reactionary elements within that are violent and it won't address the necessary changes in the modern world so it has a resistance toward all the things that make modern societies wealthy transparency parents religious tolerance constitutional government liberalization of women. Doesn't have that and then three three It has a historical. I don't know how has historical burdens so to speak in the Islamic mind. This is culture. pan-islamic Monica say we saw little elements of that in the sixties and seventies with unification. You've Libyan Egypt the United Arab Republic and all that stuff but there's an idea that one day just maybe in the future there will be a pants mommy caliphate doing him sick name of Isis and then all of the historical injustices that took L. Andaluz Spain vein from from Islam and stopped at the gates of Vienna. All these crazy ideas will be rectified. And the Palestinians Estonians oldest story Israel and this will be in Europe again except except on his own people who believe that doesn't mean large percentage is but when you have about seven hundred and nine people ten percent. Believe that you've got seventy million fanatic and so those governments that are illegitimate and are not constitutional official consensual to stay in power. They make deals with these fanatics. When it's a Saudi? Royal Family to Kuwaiti Royal. Family Tehreek governments in Syria Libya. Whatever it is they allow those to function and exist and even pry by saying point? Your guns or you're a terrorist bombs or your suicide belts that Westerners not us and we allow that to happen and what I think is so ironic now. Is that when you WANNA be there. And you want to say please like us. And we'll give you billions of dollars in aid and we took out Saddam. We took out good off the and we took out the Taliban for you. It doesn't work but when you say then a been there done that. CEO WOULDN'T WANNA be. We had that attitude then all of a sudden please stay engaged. Adjudicate the Turks and the Kurds don't let all these people died in Afghanistan looking the rack. We have a functioning democracy. Why would you abandon us all this stuff and so I think that's what trump would his animal cunning has since it is Kabila up the US economy bill would even stronger US military forces but you know option wars have bad optics and bad ratings? Don't get rolled called them and then let the vessel beg us to come over at our own convenience and our national interests in our self interest. And that's where we are today and everybody says Oh the bipartisan consensus of world. War Two since World War Two crumbling and we need to be here and snape power. Hillary you know we came. We saw Qaddafi awesome. That's dead it's not. It's it's zero support and I'm speaking of somebody who supported taking out Saddam Hussein but There's just no support for that one. Given the litany that you read and I know we're we're tired of it all right. You've been listening to the classes. podcast with Victor Davis Hanson. Remember you can read all the victories work. Victor Hansen Dot Com. He's on twitter at Vdi. Hanssen Hansen joined the show. Please on Itunes or wherever you get your podcast for Victor Davis Hanson Choice Senate. Thanks for listening..

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"arab republic" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

10:39 min | 1 year ago

"arab republic" Discussed on Hostage

"It was during this time that Ahmad became acquainted with an Iranian cleric name Ali e Akbar Mohtashami poor and a Lebanese cleric named Abbass al-Mussawi. Together these three men began to grow their own extremists military in Lebanon following. Israel's invasion. They would eventually name it Hezbollah their first mission Shen was to expel Israel and its Western allies from Lebanon. They also wanted to punish the philanthropies for their crimes against humanity articulate the refugee massacre to them. Israel was equally accountable for enabling this heinous crime. They held Israel's allies responsible for not Adequately denouncing it especially America Anti Americanism was its own tenant in Hezbollah doctrine not only did America's his consumerism and licentious nece offend their religious beliefs. But it's capitalist system ran contrary to their concept of a fair society in their review the US alliance with Israel and its peacekeeping initiative in Lebanon. Were selfish facades. For gaining control in the Middle East they loathed both America dubbing it the Great Satan and the root of evil Hezbollah deployed guerrilla tactics snipers car bombs uh-huh and suicide missions to strike their enemies and their soldiers were zealots in both the political and religious sense the truly saw themselves as the the hope of Islam in Lebanon and believed in the righteousness of their cause no matter how violent the cost according to a study on psychological mechanisms involved in radicalization conducted by the University of Oradea. It is normal human reaction to draw definitive conclusions about perceived threats to our well-being. These conclusions can lead us to form a chain of absolute beliefs about how things should always be. The train of thought usually stops there however extremist leaders take it a step further conjuring up a fantasy world where their own absolute beliefs reigns supreme. They select followers who share these beliefs and convinced them that this fantasy is possible and must ostby achieved at any price. This was the case with Hezbollah's extremist. They identified outside threats and formed unbending beliefs about the the way things ought to be to these extremists. They're absolutist fantasy was more important than even their own lives a mods cousin send Moustapha perfectly exemplified this ruthless devotion regarded today as an architect of modern terrorism Mustafa Badr Baader Dean had extensive knowledge of bombs and terrorist tactics. He even developed a new technique for using casts in plastic bombs to make them even more explosive explosive. In short he was Hezbollah's most lethal asset. So it was no surprise that Mustafa masterminded their most most notorious which occurred barely a year after the Palestinian refugee massacre on October. Twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three a Hezbollah truck. Loaded with explosives ploughed through steel fences in sandbag walls into the US Marine in barracks near Beirut International Airport. It detonated killing two hundred forty one. US servicemembers it was the most Americans CNN's ever killed in a single terrorist attack before nine. Eleven Hezbollah proudly claimed responsibility for the bombing referring to themselves by their favorite nickname Islamic Jihad which translates to holy war in fact Hezbollah had a rotating list of monikers. They used prior to to announcing their official identity in Nineteen eighty-five they wielded this ambiguity as a tool to frustrate their foreign enemies nor appreciated the value of this obscurity quite like in Maud unlike other famous terrorists Imad Mughniyah repelled any temptation to grandstand throughout throughout his life. He never allowed pictures to be taken up his face. He was even rumored to have had plastic surgery in later years to alter his appearance in fact it it was not until after his death in two thousand eight that several of his own children would learn. Their father was anything more than a chauffeur Imad operated exclusively under fake names for his entire adult life his recurring favourite became Hajj Radwan. In fact it it was under this name. That father Lawrence Martin Janko would soon meet this infamous agent terror in a moment. Father Janko comes face to face with Hezbollah terrorists Carter here. PODCAST has a fascinating new show. I can't wait for you to check out. It's called dictators and it lets you delve into the minds of some of the world's most most feared leaders. You can hear new episodes every Tuesday here our hosts Kate and Richard to tell you more. Thank you so much. They are natural born leaders with a never ending thirst for power through force and deceit. They rise through the ranks towards radicalism. 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Now back to the story Father Lawrence Martin Janko was born November twenty seventh nineteen thirty four in the South Chicago suburb of Joliet Illinois one of seven children in a working class Czech Slovak doc family. His Act of imagination helped him turn everyday objects into unconventional toys. One of his favourite Games was to build a makeshift shift house from tables chairs and blankets. He would crawl inside pretending he was a miniature person in tiny house years later he would. I use this game to pass the grueling hours of confinement login co family was an affectionate close knit bunch. His parents were devout Catholics who live next door to their local parish where Lawrence who is known to most as Marty attended school and served as an altar boy on Sundays. It was there that he became fascinated with the Catholic saints admiring their selfless devotion. Mardi decided that he wanted to be a priest for his first. Two years of High School Mardi attended a Carmelite seminary in Niagara Falls New York. I think it was a difficult two years. He was homesick and envied the other boys in his program whose families lived close by so for his last two years of high school he relocated to Saint Joseph's seminary just thirty miles from home in Illinois after high school and in spite of his experience with homesickness Marty's priestley ambitions drew him from home. Once more this time he felt ready and excited for what lay ahead he made his way to California to study for the priesthood. Before attending the prestigious Pontifical University in Rome at Twenty four years old Marty was ordained a Roman Catholic priest wanting to live a life of service. Father Janko joined the servite order of priests eventually. He began his work for the Catholic quick relief services whose mission was to aid disaffected populations across the globe whenever the mission needed him somewhere new father Janko willingly uprooted his life. His work brought him to Australia. The Yemen Arab Republic and Thailand. It was while he was in Bangkok Thailand caring for Cambodian refugees that he received fateful call. That would bring him to Beirut Lebanon on July Fourth Nineteen eighty-four forty nine year. Old Father Jenkins supervisor informed him of a new position the Catholic Mission in in Beirut needed a new program director the current Director a priest named Father Joseph Curtain had been running the mission in Beirut since before the Israeli invasion the years of exceeding chaos had taken its toll on Father Curtains health. It was high time for him to retire. Father Janko Janko had been selected as the top candidate to take his place his previous experience as a hospital administrator in India and his time spent in the Yemen Arab Republic public made him a perfect fit when his supervisor asked if he was interested. Father Janko said yes. He would be given two months to visit his family before beginning his new position in October. His supervisor also informed him that he would be taking over Father Curtains old apartment in Beirut as well unbeknownst to Father Lawrence this small practicality would ultimately cost him his freedom meanwhile Imad Mughniyah Mughniyah a young leader of the Lebanese extremist group.

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"arab republic" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"arab republic" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Seeing this long list you know selling off public lands selling artist selling our resources for pennies on the dollar imagine the the list just goes on and on and on and you know help me build this list what else can he should he be in peace for or do you think there are wrong do you think that you know they should say you know this Ukraine thing is clearly a crime you know nobody's arguing that is not well I guess trump is you know he's now saying well when I said do us a favor actually that was later in the conversation U. S. I got a letter from him this morning sure that would be a little later on this is the Thom Hartmann program we'll be right back it's fifteen minutes past the hour coming up on sixty minutes past the hour call them error welcome back Tom Harmon here with you and jeritan down engine Pennsylvania injured what's on your mind hello Tom I want to talk about impeachment for calm and brought up a good point with Cambodia I feel like something that has been messed with the trump administration is the fact that Donald trump's war policy the neocon conservative agenda has been ruined basically still in full swing for example I've said this before but airwaves L. wars cited that non com killed more civilians and nine miles with drone strikes an Obama did in eight years hello and I was criticizing about Obama for his drone strikes yeah yeah okay from Merrill wars I mean a lot of that had to do with ISIS but you know I mean those those are still civilians I mean I was right that was up with the most all and raca what rob the bomb every thirteen minutes around the world that is covered attacked the Syrian Arab Republic at least all this while the curtains what about the Kurds he supported the fascist current Bolivia yeah it is not on the I these increased civilian casualties in places like Iraq and but none of those seem to be getting caller ID at all yeah now I I I agree excellent excellent points in the end the than the two in particular that I like are you know his of selling out the Kurds and is supporting the crew in Bolivia that so that's good stuff thank you very much you're that's that's a good contribution to our list Serra in fort worth Texas Sir your thoughts I'm restoring a gets my thoughts quickly I want to thank your call before the election twenty sixteen about my summit in about another sensors use others in every election to answer it I was there I was at his apartment the other day and I have already given him a couple of your books and there are a whole lot more of your books in his in his so I really want to thank you a great multi motivated him thank you Sir back to the point I think we should go wide I understand that the the argument to go now but if we do go wide would not cover like jeer and and and and locker and kellyanne Conway and and all the other no one's talking kellyanne and the of violations of the it's not the hatch act or is it the head tracking yacht had checked yeah but would not cover all of them if we do go wide I would I had been Kelly N. yep I want to be yet I I want a big now not just because you know you catch more fish for the big net but also I think that is really important for the historic record that we define what is unacceptable behavior in an executive and a chief executive because some of these crimes like this I had check stuff you know trump is in the first person to do this denoted to tolerate hatch act violations on his failure to turn over his income tax returns I mean you know he has although that's not something that's in the wall Walmart is in the laws that he has to turn them over to the head of the of the ways and means committee which is not doing so thank.

Bitesize History - The Aden Emergency

Brief History Podcast

07:40 min | 2 years ago

Bitesize History - The Aden Emergency

"Today's episode it is on aden emergency also known as ratified uprising nam insurgency by the NFL f and the f. r. o. s. y. during the code will against british forces stationed in south arabia protectorate of the british empire is now forms part of yemen partly inspired by nasser's pan arab nationalism began on the fourteenth of october nineteen sixty three with the throwing over grenade covered officials a apple a state emergency was declared added british crime commonly of aid on his hinterland the aid them protector emergency escalated in nineteen sixty seven and hastening ended british rule in the territory which again in eighteen thirty nine on the thirty for now remember nineteen sixty seven british forces withdrew an independent people's republic was proclaimed kim was originally of interest to britain as an anti-piracy station put to protect shifted on the routes to british india with the oakland the show as canal in eighteen sixty nine forever serve as colon station following the independence of india nineteen forty seven eight became less important to the united kingdom emerged saved was precipitated in large part a large wave of arab nationalism spread to the arabian peninsula and stemming largely from associated arabist don twins of egypt lead at gamal abdel nasser british french is raving forces that had invaded egypt in nasser's nationalization of the suez canal in nineteen fifty six had been forced to retool following intervention from both the united states soviet union naso enjoyed only limited success in spreading his pan arabist doctrines through the arab world his nineteen the attempt to unify egypt in syria as united arab republic traps inflator three years later perceive anti-colonial rising in ada in nineteen sixty three provided another potential opportunity for his doctrines there is not clear what extent acting independently themselves by nineteen sixty three and ensuring years anti-british critic group in various political tips began coalescing into larger roy organizations i e supported national liberation front NS hostilities start on the fourteenth for december nineteen sixty three with grenade attack against which is the capture london flight the great killed a woman in fifty of people are not state emergency was declared in aden one such attack was carried out gets REI co moscow join us children party killing a girl wounded for children tax largely focused on kidding off duty police officers on british officers much violence was carried out in crates the oat quarter of item which forces attempted to intercept weapons being smuggled into crater by the f. l. o. s. y. on the dalai owned by the athletes met little success despite taking a toll on british forces the death toll among rebels were far higher largely did to inter factional fighting among different rebel groups in one thousand nine hundred sixty four the british twenty four imp retreat craig arrived to conduct land operations it remained in a in a protector until november nineteen sixty seven or nineteen sixty oy the station RAF moscow was operating nine squadrons these included transport units has the largest number of hope a fighter jets these record in by the army for a tax on rebel positions which they could you sixty pound high explosive ask provoke street riots in asia after the agent police lost control british high commissioner sir richard turnbull the pro british troops to crush the riots as soon as the eknath riots request pro f worldwide took to the streets fighting between british aiden shooting attacks against british forces including the destruction of aden airways douglas dc three which would bunk in mid air can or the it was occupied by rebel forces concerns were heightened garden the ability to give sufficient security british families in the midst increase violence resulting invitation plans for families being sped up considerably following the mutiny or push i'm engaged in gun battles while arson looting and murder was also common which forces blocked off the two main entrances to create

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"arab republic" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"arab republic" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I meant the Syrian Arab Republic now I mean you mentioned that Syria is a country that can tolerate different kinds of communities as long as those communities don't form their own nation people died gas attack in twenty seven the US is still investigating and the final report is not up yet I think the international chemical weapon now my album we is a resident of Damascus. I WanNa thank you for speaking with US thank you that was my colleague Carol Hills with a perspective rarely heard outside of serious Abominable is a CO production of DreamWorks Animation here in the US in Pearl Studio based in China Director Jill Colton whose American touted this collaboration at the Toronto Film Festival Pearl Studios Is Really. committed and we all actually have felt the support from them helping US along the way they work with us every day they have a team of artists over in Shanghai and I think you're GonNa feel the authentic of this and the film has gotten a lot of praise for focusing on a Chinese family and for casting Chinese American voice actors but clearly came with a cost and it's not an isolated incident there is now an increased intervention by Chinese films with US films working together Eh China kind of pushes its messages into these films that's carry Allen who follows the Chinese film industry for the BBC she says that since the Chinese market is huge China has enormous influence over how it's portrayed in American films so we have seen back in July The new vision of top gun that's coming out of the trailers were released and something tiny and very innocuous the jacket that was worn by the lead character maverick previously had a Taiwanese flag in Japanese flak on the bag but in the remake these have been removed and this is partly because the sense to China as for abominable other countries are weighing whether to follow Vietnam's lead and banned the film or even edited dream works animation and Pearl Studio aren't commenting for the World I'm Sarah Birnbaum you're with the world.

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"arab republic" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"arab republic" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"President says quote we are going to start talking very seriously the presence felt pressure all weekend to ease global trade friction our country is doing really well we have a horrible trade deals and straightening them out the biggest one by far as China is at a breakfast meeting with British prime minister Boris Johnson Sunday president trump said he wasn't hearing any complaints from his G. seven counterparts about his tough stance on China is a respect because it has happened but the British prime minister did speak up at that meeting just to register a complaint she point made to about all of you on the on the tree we the White House says the only second thought the president's had on hiking terrace on China is whether to raise some higher I'm Ben Thomas it's the last day of the G. seven summit and be a rich France the president has sideline meetings with several of presidents of the United Arab Republic also prime minister mody and German chancellor on glow Merkel they're all sandwiched in between the working sessions after closing session a joint press conference the president and First Lady head back to Washington to be at the White House around eight thirty tonight airlines will pay twenty two point one million dollars to settle allegations of falsified times when it handed off mail the justice department says American picked up mail for the US postal service is six locations in the US and defense department and state department locations overseas American transfer the mail the form postal agencies are other recipients and submitted electronic scans of bins to show deliveries were made correctly and on time American says the allegations are several years old adding is invested in new equipment and procedures to handle the mail correspondent Jeremy house reporting news and analysis sat townhall dot com are you a stock or options trader looking.

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"arab republic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"arab republic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Less received two very good calls from Beijing the president says quote we are going to start talking very seriously the presence felt pressure all weekend to ease global trade friction our country is doing really well we have a horrible trade deals and I'm straightening them out the biggest one by far as China is at a breakfast meeting with British prime minister Boris Johnson Sunday president trump said he wasn't hearing any complaints from his G. seven counterparts about his tough stance on China I think a respect has happened but the British prime minister did speak up at that meeting just to register them she points to a five on the on the tree we sold the White House says the only second thought the president's had on hiking care son China is whether to raise some higher I'm Ben Thomas it's the last day of the G. seven summit and be a rich France the president has sideline meetings with several of presidents of the United Arab Republic also prime minister mody and German chancellor on glow Merkel they're all sandwiched in between the working sessions after closing session a joint press conference the president and First Lady head back to Washington do be at the White House around eight thirty tonight airlines will pay twenty two point one million dollars to settle allegations of falsify times when it handed off mail the justice department says American picked up mail for the US postal service is six locations in the US and defense department and state department locations overseas American transfer the mail the form postal agencies are other recipients then submitted electronic scans of bins to show deliveries were made correctly and on time American says the allegations are several years old adding is invested in new equipment and procedures to handle the mail correspondent Jeremy house reporting news and analysis sat townhall dot com are you a stock or options trader.

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"arab republic" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"arab republic" Discussed on KGO 810

"So I do my panel thing in the first question is about cursed instead of all the things in the world. They want to talk about Jaylen Brown, who was like a point zero three rating right in the polling, and about something she said about, you know, schooling they want to go after the. The socialist thing you know, and she's off. She says, how about two years of free school in two years public service, and I said, I don't think that will ever happen because young people aren't gonna do public service. My kids wouldn't do public services. It's an idea. It's an idea. Right. And then the next thing was about, you know, the they in the city Hickenlooper, the former governor, Colorado was booed, when he said, we can't be talking socialists, if we want to win. And he's right, right. We have to call it, what it is democratic socialism, which Sanders calls it, which is what we live in. And that's what I said, everything you do the electricity the powers this show uses infrastructure that we all pay for the roads. CIA FBI in the NTSB, you know, the veterans social security Medicare, Medicaid Bubba. And so he goes, you have a, you know, he said socialism, and I think ubiquitous term, right some them pissed. So then the other guy from this John and Ken idiot when they asked him about, he's a guy from KFI in LA. They asked him about what do you think Kirsten gillibrand? She goes stupid and boring. There's a brilliant. That's right. Yeah. So, so then when it comes back to me, there's a three-shot thing and I can see in the corner, my, they still have the three shot because the guy the guy running the camera, let me see it. So I'm just sitting there. So I, I lift up the photo of. John McCain, I put it over my face. And I hear the other guy talking the conservative and he's talking. And then I hear Leland the hosts go up. John Hoult chip. Why are you holding up a picture of John McCain and I said, on the off chance that Trump might be watching that I'd like him to see a real hero? You know, real heroes people. Judge and, and, and other American heroes. You know, just the thought and then you know, so I did that bit. And he goes, oh, this is going off the rails, and they went to commercial and he said, he goes, John, we'll have you back some point explain your point. Meaning that I'll never be back on FOX. Which, you know, and I, I sent an Email to the book, the book the woman, and she didn't respond. So they're probably pissed at me. But you know, I mean you get a chance like that. Right. Had a platform. You used it and part of me though, is this thing with McCain, that just goes on and on. And on those Jared Kushner was in the news recently about birtherism and where he said, he wouldn't say that was racist. They ask them a straight up question. Do you think that, you know, Trump's embracing that as racist? And he goes, well, no. But, you know, I I you know, I don't he just kind of danced, all around come out and say, I, you know, of course, it's racist that had nothing to do with me or something like that. I something like that. So he kept saying over and over again. It's like, yeah but he's in the guys like I know but is it racist? I know. But is it raises the nieces like that nothing to do with me an hour? Something I and I'm like you could still say it's racist, but it's his father in law. I think it was kind of a cheap shot at achieve question. Ask him because what are you gonna? Say, what are you gonna say, you want me to humiliate? My father, also the president of the United States on national television ain't gonna do that require a backbone and some moral does not exist within the family, stumbled on that because I was reading a story in the New York Times about Jared Kushner and the, the prince of United Arab Republic, the com- prince NBC and, and his this guy, he's gonna his assets over a trillion dollars and Trump. He's the guy that Trump is getting all his ideas about what to do in Iran and Saudi Arabia. And you know, it's, it's, it's frightening anyway, really funny exchange between Drake and Klay Thompson, and K D after the game. Because, you know, Obama, a hug Drake, you know, that's come on. Come on broccoli Drake. He's up there, teach. Trolling us and on online and anyway, that game last night was so we'll play just a second what they had to say and the more and it's it's what's your van now. Nothing nothing. I want to hear about your camping. When we come back, who'd you go camping with my family and friends. The best group ever. All cool. That's next on could you.

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Service and Sacrifice: Irish forces in Golan well trained to deal with challenging situations

UN News

07:18 min | 2 years ago

Service and Sacrifice: Irish forces in Golan well trained to deal with challenging situations

"Rish military personnel. Serving under the UN flag in the Golan Heights. If been well trained to deal with challenging situations, according to the head of the contingent there there are one hundred thirty I rish nationals, including seven women currently deployed to the Wendy's engagement observer force that you went peacekeeping mission which was established in one thousand nine seventy four to monitor ceasefire between Israel and Syria. Many have served previously in other UN missions, including in Liberia, Lebanon, Kosovo, and Western Sahara, recently, the Irish contingent has been clearing mines. So that you enforce it can take positions again in areas, which had to be evacuated as a result of the civil war, which was taking place in Syria. Daniel Dickinson has been talking to the commander of the Irish forces Lieutenant Colin Lewis Flynn. I'm the contingent commander for the contingent which makes the fifty ninth if regroup on the we provide the Responsibility Act as the force observe. Company under the direct command of the enough force commander in order to achieve this task. And we maintain a credible in robust presence in the Golan to uphold the mandates and the Irish continued operates out of come forward. Which is where the force headquarters is located we maintain a quick Russia force and also reserve force within the amfar times, the quick reaction force is a small highly mobile unflexible force dot com. Respond to requests made by the force commander within fifteen minutes. Twenty four seven the requests can range from the evacuation of personnel from you in positions for various emergency reasons to routine patrols of the Bravo line on the east side of the areas of rain. The unisom also is self sufficient in that we have our engineering medical ordinance transport on the disk personnel who provides the capability for us to. To operate as in a self-sufficient manner. Are within our Mondays what role does the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force to give it it's it's official title. What role? Does it play? It's Mondays to maintain a credible presence in the Golan onto us best efforts to maintain the ceasefire between Israel on the Syrian Arab Republic. And to see the observed and what are the operating conditions like in in the region. I would put the operation conditions as challenging the area of perations is primarily focused on recall, the area separation between the alpha and Bravo lines. Both lines stretch for a distance of about seventy five kilometers from hermit in the north to the Jordanian border in the south area. Both lines in between. Both lines is known as the area's separation at the whitest point the area's operation stretches to nine kilometers, and is two hundred meters wide at the narrows point is that a particularly active area are the things. On every day, which peacekeepers need to react to on has over the last number of months has been reestablishing its its footprints in the area separation ju to the civil war which was on going in the area, the security situation deteriorated to such an extent that on withdrew most of its its presence from the area separation from the series from the Syrian side. Correct. They moved onto the side of the area separation until the last number months. We've moved back onto the onto the problem side and the Irish contingent is providing a level of engineer specialist search which we can go in and clear. Previously occupied a UN posts to ensure that all residents of war and Debbie are a safely cleared removed. So that can be occupied by UN forces. So that creates a challenging environment as technically difficult, but we have exceptionally well trained unqualified personnel to do those tasks wise it. Important for Ireland to contribute to on of I suppose since Arden's independence. We've been committed to a number of international bodies in the league nations between the world wars the UN after World War Two more recently the European Union on its predecessors at so it's a pragmatic assigned of our farm policy at a small state. So she's can commission on involve itself in the international order and provide a immeasurable presence in international peacekeeping on the world stage at wall sort of challenges do your troops face, especially those ones who who were on a UN peacekeeping mission for the first time. The first challenge is the the preparation on training is conducted at home before we deploy overseas normally takes approximately three months preparation period, where we'll go through the full remix of professional military training in the various specialities that we will bring with us. From dismounted infantry to the engineer specialist. Search teams to our ordinance disposal team our medical teams communications, so we can integrate fully as a robust mobile and competent enforce reserve and also getting understanding cultural or Stein of where we're going what we're going to do. And how we go about doing that an important in that is that we haven't ability to operate with our international partners owned the UN flying the other contingents within the on off mission. So that we can become more interoperable as we conduct operations. And but then there's also the personal Ed challenges even have obviously were leaving our friends and family behind in our in for for six six months tour, Judy. So there's an emotional price that personnel play. What do your men and women tell you about their experience serving as a as a blue helmet overall? I would say it's hugely positive 'em. They rise to the challenges by an allows of members of the arts festival will join the ability to to travel abroad to provide a real improvement in the conduct of the mandate admissions and to add a positive legacy to their service in the defence forces. So the professional satisfaction that they were saved and also the opportunity to operate with a multinational force, whom they wouldn't necessarily get the opportunity to operate with an also the exposure to a much wider civilian an NGO non-governmental organizations that operate in the area, we fully understand that the broadest level of peacekeeping and your mandate missions that military provide one elements of the solution and as far wider area covering call the comprehensive approach where all of the other. Non-governmental actors and aid agencies and provides support to the to to the to the wider conflict, and you're always benefit from not during experience seeing how people engage in tackle problems in a different way using a different lens of experience. So that's a huge using positive.

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"arab republic" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"arab republic" Discussed on Omnibus

"They're playing bar signs. They Tito was sort of the found. He was the founder of the non aligned movement of the mid twentieth century where all these countries like Egypt a, you know, found a place as a collective group of nations that weren't part of either sphere where they gained a certain amount of bargaining power by by uniting with one. If we said this on the show before. But you know, the usage third world, which is still sometimes used for the developing world in our time is a remnant of this time. When those were the non-aligned nations. First role was the west. The second world was the worst packed. And then you got miscellaneous. That's right. You got your junk drawer. Sorry. Misc-. Sorry, Egypt and Argentina or whatever. And when you think about one of the strangest features of that era was the period where Syria and Egypt two countries not connected at all by any any border or even by touching, I guess Israel is the country that touches them both. That they formed a country called the pan Arab bec- United, like United Arab or public, even though they're not United at all, and they weren't politically United except for like the three days that they agreed to be a single nation. My theory is it's Alaska's fault. They looked at the map and we're like, these guys are saying that what the US Alaska our country and Canada's inbetween like we can be a country. Let's do it. There's no reason countries have to be continued in the same way that the United States on Alaska hate Canada with a passionate and everyone faded fifteen times. It would take it would take less than six days for us. I think to invade Canada, it would be like the five day war. Well, somehow Tito maintained kind of openness as a result of his sort of. Particular personality and the way he played both sides against the emotional availability human, maybe I think he was a lover not a fighter. He's a guy you could really get to know, but hoesch sort of went a slightly different direction as a dictator. He didn't get along after a while with the Soviets. He started to feel very paranoid about Yugoslavia because Tito and the the Yugoslavs felt that LBJ Neha belonged in their sphere of influence could be you go, if you and they didn't understand why Albanian didn't want to join their big party. And they felt that all these regions Costa VO and Montenegro around them. Even though there were a lot of Albanians there, they belonged as part of greater Serbia, greater Yugoslavia, and horses party line when Stalin died was that the Soviets had gone. Astray. Right then I was no longer pure Marxism. Leninism. He only host show was keeping the fire alive of real worldwide revolution. He was super bummed by Khrushchev who we don't think of Khrushchev now as liberal re liberalize earlier, but hoesch is certainly thought he was. And so he begin a period where he realized with Mao and the Chinese. And so we had sort of Chinese Albanian that's weirder than the United Arab Republic. And that you can no longer travel through one country and get there. You gotta. I don't even know what the closest is Russia gear. No Russia to go from dania. You'd have to go through Greece. I think I think you could go USSR, Bulgaria, Greece now you'd have to go through Rumania. Yeah. Let's which touched USSR frame, which is then? Yes, but it would be an awful long trip cherry ticket just probably not a lot of railroads. That would do a lot of that trip. Although ho show was a big proponent of building roads and railroads in Albania who knows though how how, what the connections were like through Romania, I've taken some no roads in Romania and their leftover from that era, you're saying such you was plowing more money into his own monuments and palaces than he wasn't infrastructure. Yeah. They were tying apples in trees at that point or shortly there hate those Potemkin orchards. John, would you say you like things that are simple or things that are just insanely complicated and Byzantine? I've started to prefer simple. I think I used to prefer Byzantine, but now simple is the way. Well, you are in luck because I don't know if Byzantine contacts is thing, but I want to tell you about simple contacts..

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"arab republic" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"arab republic" Discussed on Omnibus

"And i wrote i what i discovered the two territories of course this is a very kind of romantic thing for me because it hearkens back to an age when the world was not fully explored right this seems unusual in our time but but also pre exciting that there would be a place in the world that nobody wanted you could go like build your weird separatist's like planned for people who like love parakeets in a in a very physical sexual erotic way said happening there there were during the twentieth century a spate of these little micro nations people taking over oil platforms or river islands or whatever and saying that this is now their homeland and there were some people who did that to beer to will you know if you look online you can find kind of armchair explorers declaring who have read about this place clearing that they now run the kingdom of the state of beer to will or the emirate of beer to will the grand dukedom of beer will there's an empire of tool united arab republic there's even a united lunar emirate of your tools even our lunar overlords have landed from the moon to plant their flag and your by armchair explorer you're saying that none of these people have actually been to to will as far as i know none of these people actually went there and in two thousand eleven i wrote a little thing of little stuff about two will for travel magazine and i ended what i wrote by saying do you want to win.

"arab republic" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"arab republic" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"So a stronghold of an armed islamic group that's backed by saudi arabia and trying to overthrow bustle assad that group is known as josh l slum in any case the trump administration swiftly accused bombshell assad and the syrian government of being responsible for the attack president trump on twitter called syrian ruler by charlot saad an animal and called out russian president vladimir putin and iran for backing him mr trump warned of a quote big price to be paid now soon after this news broke russia claimed that this attack was a realization of the warnings that its military general and vladimir putin had issued earlier the syrian government denied that it had carried out the chemical attack witnesses on the ground said it was syrian government forces russia's foreign ministry labeled the attack fake news and said it was a false flag intended to quote justify possible military strikes from the outside here's russian foreign minister sergei lavrov still give you the show you so this video where people allegedly targeted by the chemical weapons well having would to pull over them but people with no chemical protection themselves this looks like the videos from we year ago from the white helmets ready proved to be untrustworthy now i take all of these russian statements with not not a grain of salt with like a massive mountain of salt it's the russian government and it lies and it engages in constant propaganda but that is russia's official position the united nations organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons said on tuesday that it intends to send a team to syria to investigate this latest incident and it noted in a press release that this preparation quote coincided with a request from the syrian arab republic and the russian federation to investigate the allegations of chemical weapons use in doma.

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"arab republic" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"arab republic" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"But nobody wants lebron james otto expresses open in nobody but it is the question is why we listen the question is why with jennifer warns the actress right she says she set to take a break from acting hunger game star lars revealed her plans while promoting her latest movie she's she her ambitions are to fix democracy i'm going to take the next year off she said going to be working with an organization as part of an anticorruption drive to represent the us try to get young people engage politically now she says it doesn't have anything to do with partisan politics but back in january she was a out marching in the women's march with and said 'i stand in solidarity for women's right equal pay daca chip uh a woman's places in the revolution blah blah blah blah blah in dubai this is from wnd in dubai there was a three d globalist summit which had all the great experts including robert de niro goldie hawn forrest whitaker these were people talk in button here's what robert deniro set he said i flew he he's in dubai right he's in the united arab republic he says i flew here last night from my backward country a place where science white once reigned and lately has been replaced by ignorance that slow robert de niro fleeing air movie star that you know is talking about america overseas the thing about the all of this and i think people get this is just the press that breathless press because people will turn into c jennifer lawrenceville tune in to see robert deniro so they have to pretend these people have some kind of more thought some more authority than they do this is displaced authority this is like when you have a poster on your team a teenager as opposed to him as well with albert einstein saying something about world peace albert einstein didn't know anything about world peace he didn't know anything about what makes for world peace he knew the evils mc squared god love them you know lebron james love watching the guy on the court robert deniro great.

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"arab republic" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"arab republic" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"Key thing is that if you notice something that doesn't look right on a charge on your card you want a notify quickly even though the law only requires within sixty days but on a debit card the piece of trash fake visa card your risk is so high i don't even like you having one of those cards john joins us on the clark howard show hello john oh clark area john you have a special warning for your fellow listener yeah i have little to show for years and i'm always tend to be the now looking out for some of these for odds that come through especially if your email but um i got one the other day that was very convincing in almost got me and so i just wanted to share uh what what i what i saw tell us so uh i i i have an iphone and so uh i'd have this such the same exact thing happened to be in the past where i got an email from uh the i o f store saying that i had purchased in half and i hadn't in so i i noticed that my password of in compromise and someone had gotten into my account and purchased some music or some half and i've had to you know disputed and with my credit card and then apple uh little cya that's why it's apple ibm and apple and they in so they reimburse me and so this was the same sort of thing i got an email that appear to be from them the design of it was very good that english was very good and it said i had a purchase from the the syrian arab republic and you know there was like a thirty dollar charge and then that of tiny little link at the bottom and said you know if you think someone is compromised your account uh click here and dispute it since i i'm looking at it on my iphone and it was a little harder to see who actually sent the email what address it came from because it just said that in the word apple and then the design of email looked really good and.

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"arab republic" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"arab republic" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"The three issues that you cited as kind of focal points for american policy in the region are cracked but i think that they are all manifestations of something broader which is the breakdown of order in this region the the state order that that had dominated the region that the us had largely guaranteed and and sustained and that order broke down in the wake of the arab uprisings of 2011 the violent response that could off ian assad and others leaders in the region had to those uprisings and the civil wars that resulted an out of that breakdown we saw the rise of isis uh and new opportunities by the way for other d hottie groups um we saw the return of geopolitical competition between saudi arabia and iran and turkey four control over the region because it the power relationships were no longer kind of frozen um um and you know we saw this competition over we'll who's going to decide what sort of political system arab states are run by and that's the debate between the sort of muslim brotherhood and populists a and the the sort of status quo or counter revolutionary if you want monarchies and an status quo arab republics so i think that all three of those phenomena are outgrowths of this broader breakdown in order and i think the challenge for the united states again sort of zooming out is that this is a region of the world that successive american administrations have come to see globally as less significant to our interests than that has been in the past for the lot for a long long time when the united states was fighting the soviet union when it was very dependent on imported energy things like that the middle east was very very important and and now.

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"arab republic" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"arab republic" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"In little more than two years the russian military acting with the syrian army has defeated the most capable group of international terrorists with regards to this i have made a decision a significant part of the russian force based in the syrian arab republic is to come back to russia you are returning victorious to your homes your family's your parents your wives your children and your friends mr putin made the announcement during a surprise visit to syria we have more from our moscow correspondent steve raisin back what we know the president putin fluid to maybe an airbase earlier today russia's main airbase in syria near latakia he came to congratulate the soldiers he said they had performed brilliantly during the ability campaign in syria he said that unjustly with two years the russian army in the syrian army had crushed the most battle harding group of international terrorists and he said he had decided to withdraw a large part of the russian military contingent no numbers given but of course not all the russian troops will be withdrawn from syria the russians will maintain two large military bases they'll be the may mim base the airbase where president putin visited today and also the naval base in tartus on the mediterranean coast so these two large military bases to remain how significant is today's announcement i think it a significant basically as far as vladimir putin is concerned this is mission accomplished not only because the russians have helped to defeat isis not only because they have kept in power that key ally in syria president asset and therefore retained imports in that country but they've also restored or raise their profile letting in the middle east and they're also put russia's center stage of international politics so as far as vladimir putin is concerned i think the syrian operation has been a success steve eisenberg our correspondent in moscow in the pakistani.

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"arab republic" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"arab republic" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"In little more than two years the russian military acting with the syrian army has defeated the most capable group of international terrorists with regards to this i have made a decision a significant part of the russian force based in the syrian arab republic is to come back to russia you are returning victorious to your homes your family's your parents your wives your children and your friends mr putin made the announcement during a surprise visit to syria we have more from our moscow correspondent steve raisin back what we know the president putin fluid to maybe an airbase earlier today russia's main airbase in syria near latakia he came to congratulate the soldiers he said they had performed brilliantly during the ability campaign in syria he said that unjustly with two years the russian army in the syrian army had crushed the most battle harding group of international terrorists and he said he had decided to withdraw a large part of the russian military contingent no numbers given but of course not all the russian troops will be withdrawn from syria the russians will maintain two large military bases they'll be the may mim base the airbase where president putin visited today and also the naval base in tartus on the mediterranean coast so these two large military bases to remain how significant is today's announcement i think it a significant basically as far as vladimir putin is concerned this is mission accomplished not only because the russians have helped to defeat isis not only because they have kept in power that key ally in syria president asset and therefore retained imports in that country but they've also restored or raise their profile letting in the middle east and they're also put russia's center stage of international politics so as far as vladimir putin is concerned i think the syrian operation has been a success steve eisenberg our correspondent in moscow in the pakistani.

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"arab republic" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"arab republic" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"The house of soda has traditionally been a tribal diagnostic monarchy where for the past decades the krona's past among halfbrothers who've basically shared power among a few senior princes and their sons who tend to be in charge of particular ministries so you had prince naive who ran the interior prince sultan who ran defence king abdullah would give them a lot of influence and power to sheep policy in the latter years at the previous king king abdullah policy was almost paralysed by this constant consultation among octogenarians and set to generic sense mohammad bin soman is massively reality against that he's thinking this royal families to bag to sprawling or do not want to be constrained by loads of different cousins or do not want them all wason the country's money when we we are running out of her maiden resource or at least is losing its value internationally i need to centralise it is very clear is only happened once before in saudi arabia that the rule has actually made his son the crown prince so this a very cool transition and a consolidation for the first time no the crown prince is also in charge of the economy and he's also in charge of all of the internal security services in his moved aside the head of the national guard son of king abdullah who who with his father had recently blend that for fifty years he site the head of the navy siphoned off functions from the interior ministry into the royal court so he's taking charge of all the instruments old question in a way that is to me somewhat more reminiscent of an arab republic you are seeing a different model beginning to a marriage because the model of monarchy in the gulf has been very much shaped by compromise internally and with key stakeholders lightly americans and with clerics on all the fat has been or won't buy oil money if you forgive the bad.

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