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"ataka" Discussed on Emocje a życie

Emocje a życie

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"ataka" Discussed on Emocje a życie

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Philadelphia Eagles Hosting Dallas Cowboys With First Place In NFC East At Stake

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Philadelphia Eagles Hosting Dallas Cowboys With First Place In NFC East At Stake

"Nobody's mistaking the Sunday night game is a battle between contenders. The Philadelphia Eagles hosting the Dallas Cowboys with first place in the NFC East. On the line Rookie out of JMU Ben DeNucci getting started quarterback for Dallas, his first in the NFL to Ataka via Loa, a winner in his first NFL start. He threw a touchdown pass in the Dolphins big team win over the Rams

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"ataka" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"ataka" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Let's get her on here. Skin some headphones yet looking in way. Probably get our $1000 By the end of this hour. You guys their side 85. Nice. Oh, good means while we're waiting for Bea Arthur said. I yelled the rich people one more time. Please do it. Rich people. Yes, they're rich people of wives. ETA. Men, Ataka. Dina and, uh, one more. Let's be more friendly. What's up? Apparently. I see your wallet. I see. I see your credit card balances and your credit limits. Leave. Seriously donate right now. Thank you. So do we have notes for you? Be a good morning. Hi. Be relax. I cannae height on. Hi. Do you have better lighting this morning that he did last night? Anyhoo, Where were you Last night? I was in my studio that's still being built. Yeah, because she had some soundproofing stuff behind her very professional in there. I thought you were at the station. No luck with the coffin. So how are you guys? You guys did a great job on the table re last night. Oh, there's fine. What did you think we've We've talked all morning about our observations. What are you? What are your thought to be? I thought you guys did a great job Wi I I had a meeting after that, and we are rewriting the ending. Okay, okay. And we're taking out some stuff and were re casting a few things. Oh, are you killing Kenny oss at any point in? No. Was great..

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France holds defiant rallies after murder of teacher

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:51 min | 1 year ago

France holds defiant rallies after murder of teacher

"Have been held across France in remembrance of the Parisian Schoolteacher Samuel Patty Mr. Patty was beheaded on Friday after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to his pupils. The crime has shocked the country a little earlier. I asked our Paris correspondent Tom just watson about the mood in the French capital. Ask. was the sound of thousands of people gathered in Paris's plus the levick public on Sunday paying tribute to the teachers. Some you patty who was killed two days earlier. While his beheading has shocked this country and demonstrations have been held far beyond the Paris area including the cities of Baldo Leon Marseille, and to lose amongst other places. Patty was killed near the school way worked Asaba about three kilometers north of the French capital and it's understood the motive for his killing was that he showed his students caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. Caricatures published by the weekly Shali Abdul back in two thousand fifteen and that triggered deadly attacks on the satirical newspapers headquarters. At the time those characters were then republished by Shali Abdul to coincide with the trial of the accomplices in that two thousand, fifteen attack. This is in fact, the second terror related incident since that trial began because last month a man armed with meat cleaver tried to storm. What he thought was still Shalhoub does headquarters in Paris and two injured two people in what was a botched attack. President, Emmanuel. macron has immediately condemned the killing of some party and he went on to describe this shocking act of violence as and I quote an Islamist terrorist attack. assassinate. Only. One of our citizens was murdered today because he was teaching at is teaching students about freedom of expression, the liberty to believe and not believe. Local booklet. Dealer Schmaltz compatriot was flagrantly attacked. He was a victim of an Islamist terrorist attack than that. Don't always. What more do we know about the alleged assailant? Will the police shot and killed in eighteen year old man believed to be the Ataka in a town close to the scene of Friday's beheading it's understood that the suspected killer was a refugee from Chechnya who'd only been France for a few months. We authorities say that the MOM was not previously known to the meaning that he wasn't on a terror watch list. Although he is believed to have a relative who is a member of the Islamic state group in. Syria. Will, a French anti-terror team has launched an investigation on a number of arrests have already been made amongst those arrested the suspects, parents and his brother. So as that investigation continues, no doubt more details will emerge about who this eighteen year old walls and whether or not he acted alone. I'm what about the motive Tom. Tell us more about what happened prior to Samuel parties horrific killing will before he himself was killed by the police the suspected attack posted a photograph of his gruesome crime on social. Media. With the photograph he wrote the caption, I have executed one of the dogs hell who dead to put Mahama down. What is understood that earlier on this month, the forty seven year, old history and geography teacher. Samuel Patty had held a discussion with his pupils about freedom of speech and the issue of the caricatures depicting the Prophet Mohammed had been shown in the context of that discussion. However, it should be pointed out that Patty told pupils who might be offended by the caricatures that he was about to should them to them and he said they could leave the room if they wanted to. But nevertheless, all of this prompted complaints from some of the parents of Muslim children in that class and as the issue drew more and more attention, the schools thought had receiving threatening phone calls and the father of one particular schoolgirl is reported to launched an appeal on line calling for action to be taken against similar petty. We'll all the while these school offered its full support, the teacher and tried to engage in dialogue with the parents who complained. And then on Friday this eighteen year old attack came to the school asking the people to point out the teacher in question which they did, and he then killed him. So. Does been shocking sequence of events has been disbelief at the barbarism of this crime, and the fact that someone should have been beheaded for raising the issue of freedom of expression, which is such a core tenet of what it means to be. French that was our correspondent in Paris Tom Burgess Watson speaking to me a little. Elia,

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"ataka" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"ataka" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Looking income looking well, look at housing. There are such significant racial disparities in this country. It's an obvious legacy of racial injustice attached to it that I think it's impossible. To say that there is not too honestly. Say that there is not systemic racism in America. No with that being said. Get that reality of racial injustice that we face today that I think is extraordinarily riel. Is tied to bias and injustices, particularly bias across public institutions and across individuals to include May I add journalism So what do we have to do in response to that? Well, I do not believe you actually see this on the left and on the right. I do not believe that the answer today is denigrating public institutions as a whole. Putting the public servants that are has given their dedicated their lives to those institutions. To placing them as you know, caricatures. Rather, I think that what we have to do, and I say this not just as a member of Congress, but as a soldier, a soldier whose life was saved in Afghanistan due to a public institution, the military doing the right thing receiving the funding that it needed having the right equipment, and my life was saved when my vehicle hit an IED. I sincerely believe that we should not under any circumstances. Hates with a broad brush Our public institutions to include the NYPD paint with a broad brush our public servants to include our cops as inherently racist as individuals who aren't for the most part. Each and every day hugging their wives hugging their husbands hugging their Children. Goodbye in the morning or at night. Not knowing if they're coming home. I've met so many of these officers and I remember that feeling of putting your life on the line. I remember that feeling of watching my soldiers put their lives on the line. We have got to be there for them. And that is a false choice to say that supporting out police supporting our public servants supporting our public institutions means that we are not there for the community. There's an abjectly false choice, one that I reject and one that I think is poison for our public discourse. It's clear that this administration wants to avoid that discussion. It's clear That our leaders want to avoid that discussion. But I also do take significant umbrage with the course and the direction that the left is taking this Theat volition movement de funding movement, which is inherently saying that our police could never accomplish it that we're giving up on them. But rather what we have to do is reduce the scope produced their size reduced their pay. In many in some ways, take away their union rights. You take away their union rights. The next thing you do is you take away the rights of teachers to unionize the rights of nurses to unionize the rights of firefighters to unionize. I represent a district with the highest rate of unionization in America. I am unwilling to give up on that. So is that a yes or a no on implicit bias in the NYPD, Molly Ataka said no mission accomplished, including that out. No Again. I'm absolutely unwilling during the course of this conversation with a course of any conversation to single out the NYPD, he as an institution that is fundamentally worse than any other public institution that we're dealing with right now. Well, she said, she said, it's fundamentally better and other police departments around the country. Should learn from the NYPD. Do you agree without Oh, fundamentally again and by the way, I found an opinion. That's a statistic. If you look at instances of brutality, if you look at it, how often they're using firearms, If you're looking at the commitment to neighborhood police.

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"ataka" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"That's staggered face. Stinks so bad right now. As right I'm sniffen raw raised celery. That's gave kid chameleon notice the. Funky town remix compose or remixed by two nine. This track it mess with me when I first heard it because I mean this is probably just how I am with. This comes this kind of stuff but I felt like every two to harmonies going but they were slightly off like they weren't completely like hundred layered over each other and it was massive with me at first but it all came together. I was like okay. I like this now. I really can get down with this for those. Who are unfamiliar. This is the remix of the city team that plays in the kitchen so it already had a funky beat love self but this is Kinda took an eleven I remember. It was four or five years ago and we were still living in the city and he came over to our place and we were playing kid. Chameleon like on the three sixty looks like it was like a downloadable on just oh the genesis collection and you just you were like it was like a master class and how to play kid chameleon you were just destroying this game so amazing is the game where. I learned the word Plethora right so I'm switching it up. It's still the same cover. I'm going to play what I originally picked for Cornell later but this is k. k. disco from animal crossing a new leaf. This one is arranged in composed by Pixel tea and it was originally composed by K. K. slider himself Kasumi to Ataka. Also side. You pause it conveniently time track because as people are listening to this episode. They may well be standing in line to pick up the new animal cross state on Thursday. That's right yeah. You might be standing in line listening to our episode to listen to this track. Only the truth only the true fans lick the cartridge. A SLURP.

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Bulgarians divided over the case of Sydney man Jock Palfreeman

Correspondents Report

05:01 min | 2 years ago

Bulgarians divided over the case of Sydney man Jock Palfreeman

"The detention of Sydney man Palman became a diplomatic flashpoint this week after a war of words between Sofia camera of the highly erect accused Bulgaria of misrepresenting Australia's position intense negotiations of a pulse Roman's future while Foreign Minister Maurice Pain has from an case reopened and the USTRALIAN tossed back in jail the obstacle seemed to be the SAT Serov is seeking a review of the case application but in the meantime Puhl freemans going detention has become a diplomatic incident the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has the assisted Paul Freedman be allowed to walk free and warned against political motives his detention the Bulgarian Justice Minister Climbed Australia had community put by law he should be free there is absolutely no doubt about that there is no legal obstacle to him leaving Bulgaria whatsoever Astore Manav an influential full member of Bulgaria's parliament Dr Manav has been leading the fight to return poll Ferman to prison from an told the court he acted in self defense when Manav and a mob of his friends turned on him he was convicted of murder and lost every appeal is that has gripped the former communist state the appeals court granted parole and they overturned the ruling of the original art within the next eight weeks the Supreme Court of Cassation which normally plays no role in parole cases in Bulgaria will rule onset zeroes hold a public rally to decry his parole and the country's prosecutor-general sauteed sets a Rove lodged an unprecedented bid to have oh he attempted in mid September this year however Jock poll Ferman was granted parole by the Saucier Court of appeal it should have been the newspaper called the Sofia Echo and then we I interviewed joke in my capacity as journalists and I think I gained his trust and we into a long nightmare for the thirty two year old freed from a Bulgarian gile halfway through a twenty year sentence for a crime he says was same friends hirschman still lives in software he isn't a journalist anymore but he and his Bulgarian Frayn's have been closely following the case we think it could be because of his connections to the deceased father the father of the man Paul Freedman killed is Dr Added to him that it had no such concerns and was confident there was no deviation from Bulgarian Law Day fat lighter said this and him going back to Australia in December two thousand seven Paul Freedman stabbed and killed a twenty year old little student Andrei Manav while there were some influences behind the scenes that are not really appropriate that it coming to play here but the law is very clear and there is no higher does explicitly untrue Pulford told me on the fine recently that it's only now with his parole so flagrantly denied that the situation for eleven and a half years now and in prison I think he's shown enormous strength of character resilience and strength of character in survivor others in Bulgaria are campaigning for his release Europe correspondent Linton besser reports. He's been through hell really I think he's been in a dreadful in what is a terrible ordeal that's Gabriel Hirschman. He's been friends with John Paul Freedman for more than a decade while I was a journalist on an English language defense but the court decision became a political lightning rod one far right party called Ataka all the attack party quickly a citizen of no country toll and he sat to survive on his own Gabriel Hirshman says policeman has become phlegmatic about his dryden government has shown any real interest in his case Australia has not shown an enormous interest in 'em and I think he's very abandoned and almost only divided the two countries it's also divided ordinary Bulgarians while far right's political rallies have called for pullman to be returned to jail for the murder of a local student as because he's come to pay the worst in every situation Gabriel hirschman ending that

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"ataka" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Eighty one eight hundred W. C. music city in for the latest on traffickers became truck would occur thank John brought you is a service of Rosedale roofing ninety five three ninety five slowing and again the problem is downtown the big water main break yesterday closing several roadways Pratt street Ataka Howard and Lombard three ninety five it's Conway so we're shifting a lot of traffic in and around downtown can we do have delays on Russell street and now like I said coming off of three ninety five from ninety five into downtown so we have to plan accordingly with Pratt street close to move up to Baltimore street on mulberry street the coming up ninety five I would take the key highway exit the highway around towards the inner harbor and work your way around that'll save you some time through there might be a little bit slow but at least it's moving we do ever normal delays on the beltway J. affixes been slowing through northern parkway of course we do see the lay southbound on the approaches to both the harbour told earlier wreck was on the shoulder northbound ninety five right before Kate Avenue actually vehicles are on both sides of the roadway Baltimore county out they said several vehicles are involved in this wreck at eastern Avenue at girls road Rosedale roofing family owned and operated been around for more than fifty five years if you need a new roof for your roof is leaking in need to call us first and we serve Baltimore Washington northern Virginia all the surrounding areas at four ten three nine one roof the MH I see number sixteen twenty three nine Chuck would occur with traffic and weather first on talk radio six eighty WCBS weather channel says are today sunny dry high of eighty eight and tonight overnight dry.

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"ataka" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"ataka" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"ataka" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"One radio show. It is open line. Good friday. That means you can you can talk about whatever's on your mind. What's the most nuts? He song in the sound of music the sound of music. You may not have seen it. It's it's banned. Now because it's this pro hit low worked, but drove the Third Reich the peoples of the Third Reich crazy they all loved they will like to go to a near him bug rally and and seeing high on the hill. And the Maggie Haberman of the New York Times says this isn't like some nothing correspondent from some no one newspaper this is supposedly America's newspaper. She starts tweeting out why the sub sub ceremony that the president sat and that play ADL vice from the sound of music that she says oh think about the significance of this song. People trump. Now, he's playing nutsy psalm. He's playing out see song, according to Maggie Haberman of the New York Times. That's the world we live in today. Journalists like thirty forty years ago, and you could make a pretty good living at the profession compared to most other things for which you needed. No skills. Generalists used to be like, well guys, they had like nicotine stained fingers and crumpled linen suits that. They picked up because they'd been covering the revolution. In. Vanna whatever they will worldly worldly guys, they knew about the well, they'd seen a lot of things then we started having credentials -ation. So now people go to Columbia journalism school to pay a hundred thousand dollars a year for a job that pays if you're lucky thirty grand a year. So you do the arithmetic on that. How smart is that? There's no snow journalism anymore. So instead, it's done by people who know nothing who had just like floating around in the flip Symon jetsam of their own stupidity and myopia to the point way actually have White House correspondents who think that playing ADL vice is a dog whistle to all your Nazi supporters. These are the most stupid. It's this is actually the problem in a nutshell with America's so-called elites as my compatriot from Toronto who Kathy Shadl likes to say. You'll too stupid to tell me what to think these people are literally too stupid to tell us what to think about any anybody, even when they're not acting in. I mean, I don't know what the west thing is. Hey, I found myself I made a few observe Asians about the Notre damn thing with Tucker Carlson on Monday night and a fan myself linked tin by the Washington Post bed. Shapiro Ataka an eye and a whole bunch of able will linked in with a bunch of you know, fascists and white supremacists. At all the rest of it. And it's a totally I don't even bother with that. Because it's like a bad faith argument that doing it deliberately. There's no point getting into an argument with a person who argues in bad faith. Why would you use unites? Like, it's I playing tennis with some guy who just cuts a big hole in the net when he wants to get the ball over. There's no point. There's no point then I'll plan by the rules. But as interesting is that is just the. Shea stupidity of the media in the twenty nine teen. And and actually I think the Broda problem with the elites is that. They they sit in the self in this sort of self reinforcing bubble of ignorance. And they do not want anything to penetrate that ignorance, and they all laugh they will come to send they Will Smith. When do you remember when Trump made his comment about Sweden, and they will? And they will because they might Sweden comes from Bernie Sanders that it's the it's the social democratic utopia, and they don't, and so they think that Trump is just being in idiot. When he makes a comment about what's happening in Sweden. They don't realize that the Swedish government is losing control of Mallam. Oh, and it's losing control of Gothenburg. And it has all these these it has an extraordinarily high rape rated has a completely deformed demographic. Because it admitted all these phony seventeen year old so-called refugees. This the. Nobody actually checks. Well, what's what's Trump talking about? Hey, maybe we should have a look into. They have just this invincible ignorance, and when you have invincible ignorance combined with an indestructible sense of your own indispensability. You have the American elite at the dawn of the twenty-first century. And and every once in a while, you get a glimpse of how they actually just skating on the thin ice of total. No nothing nece as when they regard playing ADL vice as a dog whistle to Trump's not Nazi support. These are truly among the most stupid people in the field of public discourse that have ever existed Mark Stein in for rush. And we are going to take look your coal straight ahead. It doesn't have to be all Mullah. All the time doesn't have to be all ADL vice all the time. 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"ataka" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:48 min | 3 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Can you can talk about whatever's on your mind. What's the most nuts? He song in the sound of music. The sound of music bay note of seen it. It's it's banned. Now because it's this pro hit low work that drove the Third Reich the peoples of Third Reich crazy they all loved they will like to go to a near him bug rally and and saying, hi. And the Maggie Haberman of the New York Times, this isn't like some nothing correspondent from some no one newspaper. This is supposedly America's newspaper. She starts tweeting out why the sub sub seventy that the president's at and that play edelweiss from the sound of music that she says, oh think about the significance of this song people because Trump now he's playing a Nazi psalm. He's playing out see song, according to Maggie Haberman of the New York Times. That's the world we live in today. Journalists like thirty forty years ago, and you could make a pretty good living at the profession compared to most of the things for which you needed. No skills. Generalists used to be like, well, the guys they had like nicotine stained fingers and crumpled linen suits that. They picked up because they've been covering the revolution. In Vana, or whatever they will worldly worldly guys, they knew about the well, they'd seen a lot of things then we started having credentials ation. So now people go to Columbia journalism school to pay a hundred thousand dollars a year for a job that pays if you lucky thirty grand a year. So you do the arithmetic on that. How smart is that? There's no snow journalism anymore soon. Said it's done by people who know nothing who had just like floating around in the flip Symon jetsam of their own stupidity and myopia to the point way actually have White House correspondents who think that playing ADL vice is a dog whistle to all your Nazi supports. These are the most stupid. It's this is actually the problem in a nutshell with America's so-called elites as my compatriot from Toronto, Kathy shade likes to say. You'll too stupid to tell me what to think these people are literally too stupid to tell us what to think about any anybody, even when they're not acting in. I mean, I don't know what the west thing is. Hey, I found myself I made a few observe Asians about the Notre damn thing with Taco's and on Monday night and found myself linked tin by the Washington Post bed. Shapiro Ataka an eye and a whole bunch of able linked with a bunch of you know, fascists and white supremacists. That all the rest of it. And it's totally I don't even bother with that. Because it's like a bad faith argument that doing it deliberately. There's no point getting into an argument with a person who argues in bad faith, why which is unites like it's I playing tennis with some guy who just cut the big hole in the net. When he wants to get the ball over this point. There's no point then I'll plan by the rules. But as interesting as that is. The share stupidity of the media in the twenty nine teen. And and actually, I think the broader problem with the elites is that. They they sit in the self in this sort of self reinforcing bubble of ignorance. And they do not want anything to penetrate that ignorance, and they all laugh, they will come to send they Will Smith when drew member when Trump made his comment about Sweden, and they will and the will because they have Sweden comes from Bernie Sanders that is the it's the social democratic utopia, and they don't, and so they think that Trump is just being an idiot when he makes a comment about what's happening in Sweden. They don't realize that the Swedish government is losing control of Mallow and it's losing control of golfing bug. And it has all these these it has an extraordinary high rape rated has completely deformed demographic. Because it admitted all these phony seventeen year old so-called refugees. This. Nobody actually checks. Well, what's what's Trump talking about? Hey, maybe we should have a look into. They have just this invincible ignorance, and when you have invincible ignorance combined with an indestructible sense of your own indispensability. You have the American elite at the dawn of the twenty-first century. And and every once in a while, you get a glimpse of how they actually just skating on the thin ice of total. No, nothing nece as when they regard playing ADL vice as a dog whistle to Trump's not Nazi support these truly among the most stupid people in the field of public discourse that have ever existed Mark Stein in for rush. And we are going to take lots of your coal straight ahead. It doesn't have to be all Malo all the time doesn't have. To be all ADL vice all the time. If you if you don't think ADL vices the Nazi song. If you don't think it's the lonely goatherd. Maybe what would you say farewell feed is hang it may be that one. That's the that could be the big nuts anthem. But we know they not see dog..

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"ataka" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Talk about whatever's on your mind, what's the most Nazi song in the sound of music. The sound of music. You may not have seen it. It's it's banned. Now because it's this pro hit low walk that drove the Third Reich the peoples of the Third Reich crazy they all loved they will like to go to a near him bug rally and and saying, hi. And the Maggie Haberman of the New York Times says this isn't like some nothing correspondent from some no one newspaper. This is supposedly America's newspaper. She starts tweeting. Yes. Out why the sub sub ceremony that the president sat and that play ADL vice from the sound of music that she says, oh think about the significance of this song people because Trump now he's playing a Nazi psalm. He's playing out see song, according to Maggie Haberman of the New York Times. That's the world we live in today. Journalists like thirty forty years ago, and you can make a pretty good living at the profession compared to most of the things for which you needed. No skills. Generalists used to be like, well, the guys they had like nicotine stained fingers and crumpled linen suits that. They picked up because they've been covering the revolution. In havana. Whatever they will worldly worldly guys, they knew about the well, they'd seen a lot of things then we started having credentials ation. So now people go to Columbia journalism school to pay a hundred thousand. Dollars a year for a job that pays if you're lucky thirty grand. So you do the arithmetic on that. How smart is that? There's no snow journalism anymore. So instead, it's done by people who know nothing who had just like floating around in the flip Symon jetsam of their own stupidity and myopia to the point way actually have White House correspondents who think that playing ADL vice is a dog whistle to all your Nazi supporters. These are the most stupid. It's this is actually the problem in a nutshell with America's so-called elites as my compatriot from Toronto, Kathy shade likes to say you'll too stupid to tell me what to think these people are literally too stupid to tell us what to think about any anybody, even when they're not acting in. I mean, I don't know what the west thing is. Hey, I found myself I made a few observe Atienza's about the. Notre Dame thing tacos and on Monday night and found myself linked tin by the Washington Post. Ben Shapiro Ataka an eye and a whole bunch of people will linked in with a bunch of you know, fascists and white supremacists. At all the rest of it. And it's a totally I don't even bother with that. Because it's like a bad faith argument that doing it deliberately. There's no point getting into an argument with a person who argues in bad faith. Why would you use unites like it's like playing tennis with some guy who just cuts the big hole in the net. When he wants to get the ball over. There's no point. There's no point then I'll plan by the rules. But as interesting is that is just the shea stupidity of the media in the twenty nine teen. And and actually I think the Broda problem with the elites is that. They they sit in the self in this. Sort of self-reinforcing bubble of ignorance. And they do not want anything to penetrate that ignorance, and then they will laugh they will come to send they will sna- when JIMBO in Trump made his comment about Sweden, and they will. And they will because they idea of Sweden comes from Bernie Sanders that it's the it's the social democratic utopia, and they don't, and so they think that Trump is just being an idiot when he makes a comment about what's happening in Sweden. They don't realize that the Swedish government is losing control of mount and it's losing control of Gothenburg. And it has all these these it has an extraordinary high rape rated has a completely deformed demographic. Because it admitted all these phony seventeen year old so-called refugees. This then nobody actually checks. What's what's trumps talking about? Hey, maybe we should have a look into. They have just this invincible ignorance, and when you have invincible ignorance combined with an indestructible sense of your own indispensability. You have the American elite at the dawn of the twenty-first century. And and every once in a while, you get a glimpse of how they actually just skating on the thin ice of total. No, nothing nece as when they regard playing ADL vice as a dog whistle to Trump's not Nazi support these truly among the most stupid people in the field of public discourse that have ever existed Mark Stein in for rush. And we are going to take lots of your calls straight ahead. It doesn't have to be all Muller. All the time doesn't have. Be all ADL vice all the time. If you if you don't think ADL vices the Nazi song. If you don't think it's the lonely goatherd. Maybe it said what what is it? Good. Farewell feta saying do it that one that's the that could be the big nuts in them. But we know they not see.

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"ataka" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:55 min | 3 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"You can you can talk about whatever's on your mind. What's the most nutsy song in the sound of music the sound of music? You may not have seen it. It's it's bad now. Because it's this pro hit low work that drove the Third Reich the peoples of the Third Reich crazy they all loved they will like to go to a near him bug rally and and saying, hi. And the Maggie Haberman of the New York Times says this isn't like some nothing correspondent from some no one newspaper. This is supposedly America's newspaper that she starts tweeting out. Why the sub sub seventy that the president sat and that play ADL vice from the sound of music that she says oh think about the significance of this song people because Trump now he's playing a Nazi psalm. He's playing Nazi song. According to Maggie Haberman of the New York Times. That's the world. We live in today. Journalists like thirty forty years ago, and you can make a pretty good living at the profession compared to most other things for which you needed no skills. Journalists used to be like, well, the guys they had like nicotine stained fingers and crumpled linen suits that. They picked up because they've been covering the revolution. In Havana, or whatever they will worldly worldly guys, they knew about the well they'd seen a lot of things then we started having credential is Asian. So now people go to Columbia journalism school to pay a hundred thousand dollars a year for a job that pays if you're lucky thirty grand a year. So you do the arithmetic on that. How smart is that? There's no there's no journalism anymore. So instead, it's done by people who know nothing who had just like floating around in the flip Symon jetsam of their own stupidity and myopia to the point way actually have White House correspondents who think that playing ADL vice is a dog whistle to all your Nazi supporters. These are the most stupid. It's this is actually the problem in a nutshell with America's so-called elites as my compatriot from Toronto who Kathy Shadl likes to say. You'll too stupid to tell me what to think these people are literally too stupid to tell us what the thing about any anybody, even when they're not acting in. I mean, I don't know what the west thing is. Hey, I found myself I made a few observe Atienza's about the Notre Dame thing with Tucker Carlson on Monday night and found myself linked tin by the Washington Post. Ben Shapiro Ataka an eye and a whole bunch of able will link in with a bunch of you know, fascists and white supremacists. At all the rest of it. And it's a totally I don't even bother with that. Because it's like a bad faith argument that doing it deliberately. There's no point getting into an argument with a person who argues in bad faith. Why would you is? You know, it's like it's like playing tennis with some guy who just cuts a big hole in the net when he wants to get the ball over. There's no point. There's no point then I'll plan by the rules. But as interesting is that is. Just the shares stupidity of the media in the twenty nine teen. And and actually I think the Broda problem with the elites is that. They they sit in the self in this sort of self reinforcing bubble of ignorance. And they do not want anything to penetrate that ignorance, and then they all laugh, they will come to send they will sna-. When do you remember when Trump made his comment about Sweden, and they will they will cause idea of Sweden comes from Bernie Sanders that it's the it's the social democratic utopia, and they don't, and so they think that Trump is just being an idiot when he makes a comment about what's happening in Sweden. They don't realize that the Swedish government is losing control of malnourished. And it's losing control of Gothenburg. And it has all these these it has an extraordinarily high rape bright. It has a completely deformed demographic. Because it admitted all these phony seventeen year old so-called refugees. This. Nobody actually checks. Well, what's what's trumps talking about? Hey, maybe we should have a look into. They have just this invincible ignorance, and when you have invincible ignorance combined with an indestructible sense of your own indispensability. You have the American elite at the dawn of the twenty-first century. And and every once in a while, you get a glimpse of how they actually just skating on the thin ice of total. No, nothing nece as when they regard playing ADL vice as a dog whistle to Trump's not Nazi support as these truly among the most stupid people in the field of public discourse that have ever existed Mark Stein in for rush. And we are gonna take lots of your calls straight ahead. It doesn't have to be all Muller. All the time doesn't have to be all ADL vice all the time. If you if you. Edel vices the Nazi song. If you don't think it's the lonely goatherd. Maybe it said, what would you say goodbye? Farewell feet is hang do. It may be that one. That's the that could be the big nuts in them. But we know they not see don't whistle is invest somewhere. From the air, mechanical heating, cooling and plumbing traffic.

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"ataka" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:38 min | 3 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You may not have seen it. It's it's banned. Now because it's this pro hit low work that drove the fed Reich the peoples of the Third Reich crazy they all loved they will like to go to a near him bug rally and and saying, hi. And the Maggie Haberman of the New York Times, this isn't like some nothing correspondent from some no one newspaper. This is supposedly America's newspaper. She starts tweeting out why the sub sub ceremony that the president sat and they play ADL vice from the sound abusive that she says oh think about the significance of this song people because Trump now he's playing a Nazi song. He's playing Nazi song. According to Maggie Haberman of the New York Times. That's the world. We live in today. Journalists like thirty forty years ago, and you could make a pretty good living at the profession compared to most other things for which you needed. No skills. Generalists used to be like worldly guys, they had like nicotine stained fingers and crumpled linen suits that. They picked up because they've been covering the revolution. In Vana, whatever they will worldly worldly guys, they knew about the well, they'd seen a lot of things then we started having credentials ation. So now people go to Columbia journalism school to pay a hundred thousand dollars a year for a job that pays if you're lucky thirty grand a year. So you do the arithmetic on that. How smart is that? There's no snow journalism anymore. So instead, it's done by people who know nothing who had just like floating around in the flip Symon jetsam of their own stupidity and myopia to the point way actually have White House correspondents who think that playing ADL vice is a dog whistle to old your Nazi supporters. These are the most stupid. It's this is actually the problem in a nutshell with America's so-called elites as my compatriot from Toronto, Kathy shade likes to say. You'll too stupid to tell me what to think these people are literally too stupid to tell us what to think about any anybody, even when they're not acting in. I mean, I don't know what the worst thing is. Hey, I found myself amid a few observations about the Notre damn thing with Taco's and on Monday night and found myself linked tin by the Washington Post. Ben Shapiro Ataka an eye and a whole bunch of able will linked with a bunch of you know, fascists and white supremacists. That all the rest of it. Yeah. I don't even bother with that. Because it's like a bad faith argument that doing it deliberately. There's no point getting into an argument with a person who argues in bad faith, why which is unites like it's like playing tennis with some guy who just cut the big hole in the net when he wants to get the ball over. There's no point. There's no point then plan by the rules. But as interesting is that is. Just the shares stupidity of the media in the twenty nine teen. And and actually I think the Broda problem with the elites is that. They they sit in the self in this sort of self reinforcing bubble of ignorance. And they do not want anything to penetrate that ignorance, and then they will laugh they will come to send they Will Smith when JIMBO in Trump made his comment about Sweden, and they will and the will of Sweden comes from Bernie Sanders that is the it's the social democratic utopia, and they don't, and so they think that Trump is just being an idiot when he makes a comment about what's happening in Sweden. They don't realize that the Swedish government is losing control of mount no and it's losing control of golfing bug. And it has all these these it has an extraordinary high rape rated has completely deformed demographic. Because it admitted all these phony seventeen year old so-called refugees. This then the nobody actually checks. Well, what's what's Trump talking about? Hey, maybe we should have a look into. They have just this invincible ignorance, and when you have invincible ignorance combined with an indestructible sense of your own indispensability. You have the American elite at the dawn of the twenty-first century. And and every once in a while, you get a glimpse of how they actually just skating on the thin ice of total. No, nothing nece as when they regard playing ADL vice as a dog whistle to Trump's not Nazi support as these truly among the most stupid people in the field of public discourse that have ever existed Mark Stein in for rush. And we're gonna take look see or coal straight ahead. It doesn't have to be all Muller. All the time doesn't have. To be all ADL vice all the time. If you if you don't think ADL vices the Nazi song. If you don't think it's the lonely goatherd. Maybe what what is it good? Farewell feet is hang do it. Maybe that one. That's the that could be the big nuts anthem. But we know they not.

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"ataka" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"ataka" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:49 min | 3 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on 600 WREC

"What goes on down there in the us? They're asking questions a lot of the important questions. I'm sure a lot of the locals there were so sure weren't so quick to answer questions about some of the strangest that goes on there except for a no fly zone tools was suspicious. And so, you know, we're bringing Brad back to kind of give us more about what he saw and what he discovered now you were saying that. That you could approach animals that you could be right in the middle of them, and you approach them, and that it was a different feeling we're like on another planet now while you were there. I mean, even though the locals were kind of, you know, tight lipped about any strange activity were there things that went on there that seemed peculiar that you could not explain things in the sky things on the on the on the surface any anything that you could tell us that made you feel uneasy or a little weird outwitted out. Well, I'm glad you brought that up and before I left on the trip. I was talking to several researchers that we know including Dr Michael Sala who's written books on an article. I said, do you know anything on the Palmer peninsula that I should keep a lookout for? And he says I can't verify that it's there, but there is suspicion that there is a weather manipulation station on none other than Rothschild island. Now that was a bit further south, and we go we're going to go. It was several degrees south of the Arctic circle. But I kept that in mind, and I kept watching the southern sky for and on at least two occasions. I saw what I call frequency clouds sorta like those clouds that you see that resemble sand at the bottom of the lake ripples, which doesn't really occurred naturally. So it did appear to me that there was some kind. Kind of weather manipulation going on down there. But didn't see any Chem trails or anything, really obvious. Just those sort of frequency clouds on a couple of days when we could see clear skies. So you saw the ripples kind of like, they call them the size with clouds where you can see like, maybe some things creating a bit of a ripple in the sky and. Were you disappointed that perhaps you weren't getting any information about possible aliens or possible structures or anything down there? And and I mean, because it's obvious that, you know, Buzz Aldrin, and others were saying some pretty remarkable things about what they were seeing in fact Aldrin the rumor was that Aldrin was there, and he saw something that looked like a pyramid. He snapped a picture of it. And but they also call them. Why people call none Ataka's, which are the. You said the Ellsworth range where they're bunch of. Mountains that look like pyramids. I mean, what gives us the impression? Just the fact that they're they're shaped kind of like that perfectly. Shaped is the erosion that that perfect there? And to answer your first question. Yeah. Disappointed. I was going down there with the sole intended purpose of trying to document and find out a lot of these things, and the fact that I hit so many brick walls with some of the researchers and other travelers explorers. Seek captains whoever I could talk to that information on an article kind of come back with not much of anything. However, I have been talking to a company that does expeditions down there. And of course, I set on Mike pictures, I talked to him about these sites. And they did say that the one pyramid that we've seen on ancient aliens that sticks out of the ice is another attack. It is just. Yeah. Just a attractive looking rock. He said, and I said, well has anybody been there has anybody climbed it as anybody examined it? And he said he was going to look into that. He has not gotten back to me yet. And he is the logistics manager for the whole Antarctica region. So I've been given him GPS coordinates, and he's been able to find some of the things that I would that that you can see on Google earth that have been passed around the entry way to looks like an underground base. He just didn't have words forty says. I can't explain it. So that's kind of what I got not so much know for sure that doesn't exist. It's either. I am unheard of it or I have no information to give. You on that? Was there a language barrier that kept you from getting some of that information is that I know when you talk to locals I remember when I was in South America, sometimes the language barrier. Is you don't know what to say, they don't know what you're talking about was their language barrier involved as well or maybe not. Oh, there definitely was. There was a language barrier was the strongest at the Vernon ski base Ukrainian base. And I was talking to the station chief I like talking to them because they're the boss, and they're usually there the longest, and I think he was explaining to me that Russia had some missing scientists. And but again, some of the maybe lost in translation. But I think he was saying, but I explained that there were some US scientists a few years ago that went missing when they were found there ashen face and didn't want to talk about what they had seen that. He agreed that the Russia is doing some really extensive explorations and the polar plateau and some guys went missing there. To what we did some reporting awhile ago. It was back. You know, I did a show I've done a number of shows on on Antarctica to be honest, and we were reporting the expedition to Vostok getting the hitting the creature whatever it was these creatures this species that they were discovering that there were at least three scientists that had died that I'm aware of that were were killed. Now, it's not clear is whether or not discovering the creature or coming in contact with creatures what killed them, but you know, when you're down in that heavily oxygenated water, and it just it's just too much for those who are scuba diving and go down into that water area and try to find these rare as you say alien species and see this is always been my argument from the beginning is not that, you know, when you hear these sensational stories that you oppo conferences, where you know, there's a battle going on with the the navy and the and the aliens are you you hear about blue avian or some other creature down there. You know, anyone can say anything about what's going on in Antarctica without being there. But what are the things that? I wanted to know. And I wanted to dig deeper was I wanna know. Okay. Is there any truth to possible urban legends or possible stories of aliens? The only truth I came up with. Was the discoveries of all of that life? You talk about that overabundance of untouched life and that that life. They're discovering down. There is something they've never seen before. And they don't wanna talk about it. And so what they label it as is alien life. And they say this is the type of extreme file life that lives there that we know if we were to go to. We were to go to Europa or Enceladus, and I know I can't remember the name. I think it's called blue-fin. They're going gonna do. There's a satellite called bluefin. They're going to be launching a soon, and instead of a satellite that orbits the planet. It's going to land on Enceladus or euro by think Europa, it's going to land on Europa it's going to cut a hole in the ice. And then it's gonna dive into the water, and it's going to send pictures, or at least stuff from inside, the geothermal waters of of Europa, and that can be practiced and performed in Antarctica. And they are doing that. And you mentioned scuba diving one of the sister ships that were friends with our polish vessel was another polish ship, and they were on a scuba diving expedition. Yeah, we went ashore one night. And they showed us all these pictures, CLYDE, it was populated and colorful as any coral. Reef UC sponges. You see colorful coral like species living. On the rocks. You see these spider fish? So the word alien species is quite apt, and they are discovering new species under the water, which is sub zero temperature. The life that can live below freezing, including these ice Fitch, which are like mackerel, but have no hemoglobin and white or clear blood, and it was the marine biologists. That I was speaking to at the Brown base who told me about deciding at delbra no to base in December studying these ice fish, and he gave me a lot of information on it. And just so fascinating. And they are one of the key species in the whole food chain there. So you got the penguins the seals that feed on them and not just the krill that the whale eat, but these ice fishing some other sub freezing fish that actually lay their eggs below the ice shelf. It's really fascinating the amount of life that can live down there. Now, one of the species that I knew of was something called forty six. Dash b and it was going around that they found, you know, this this species. And they and they were saying that. Well, this is something that we have never ever encountered before. And we don't know what it is. So we just gave it a name. And this is this is Russia of of course, Russia found this species is called forty-seven dash b and or forty six dash b and apparently that is the name of the discovery. And there's debate on whether or not this is the real name only that. During the. When you see the the the collapsing of the sheet, there've been a number of collapse of the sheep going on saints climate change is that there's been something that's been pulling away at Antarctica has nothing to do with climate change or climate problem has everything to do with the fact that something is breaking apart. And this is one of the reasons why the interest is there is because this gives them an opportunity to find out what's beneath. And that's been the question all along. Is there something beneath is there something a civilization and ancient civilization a dead civilization? Or if we dig deep enough in the ice pulls.

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"ataka" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on KQED Radio

"My name's Amy. I'm calling from twenty Georgia Swanee, Georgia. Okay. That's great. And what do you do there? I'm an emergency room nurse. Therefore, my gosh, did you find being an ER an ER say is helpful in mothering with the scrapes bruises? And the poor children have to walk around with scrapes and bruises all the time. One kid walked around with panaceas for three days before I finally sent him. Really? Really come on mom, you have a stomach ache. And you're like I've seen worse. Yeah. Fine here fine. Amy, welcome to the show you're going to play our game in which you must try to tell truth from fiction Bill, what does Amy's topic pick holes to the rescues some problems can only be solved by a pickle. Most problems alcoholics is but not all this week. We had a story of someone figuratively in a pickle and getting out of it with an actual pickle. Our panelists are going to tell you about it picked one and telling the truth and you win the weight waiter of your choice on your voicemail. You're ready to play like all right? I let's hear from Paula Poundstone after years of being the last Ryder over the finish line Ataka racehorse ironically named last word Alexander for Val was on the verge of never writing last word again when he stopped by to visit the horse while eating a pickle and discovered that the horse had an extreme reaction to the pickle for they'll get an idea he mounted the horse took about to the track and showed him the pickle last word took off like a rocket. We've been winning ever since. Said far Val. We get on the inside rail. I squeeze the rains in my right hand and the pickle in my left, then I reached my pickle hand in front of his muzzle. And it's equine magic. To date. No, other course, has reacted to pickles away. Last word does undaunted in training sessions. Desperate jockeys wave any vegetable they can think of in the horses face looking for a burst of speed plant tubers brussel sprouts, so far nothing some horses actually back up when they see kale. The secret to a horse's speed is a pickle. That's from Paula your next bit of pickle pros comes from faith. Sally, a cell Schmidt of Hegel Dorf Luxembourg always feared flying. Nothing. Could get her on a plane accept her love for her. Great grandfather. Marcel muehler when Marcel died all of Hegel store for more and Tim because for as long as anyone could remember he had provided the village's most pungent pickles, honest deathbed he summoned twenty-four, your oldest gel and Asher to fly to Gibraltar to scatter his ashes, then he bequeathed her his most beloved pickle, according to legend, this pickle marinates in a brine made with water in which Jesus washed his feet. Since marseils. Jeff Estelle has carried this pickle constantly. She strokes it by day and returns it to its cloudy water by night to rebrand. That the only way she could fly to Gibraltar was if she worked clutching marseils pickle in her lap. But passengers on the small plane rioted over it's not just smell. So the Lux air flight attendant wrench the green stink bomb from a steles hands and put it in the aircraft's mini fridge. Even after being reunited with the pickle upon landing. Still sued the airline for mental anguish this week. The European Court of Justice heard the case after witnessing steles attachment to what one Justice called the holy cucumber, the five judges ruled unanimously in her favor legally naming it an emotional support pickle stealth funneled, her grateful tears into the Jarve juice declaring I honor this Kony show with the salt of my joy..

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"ataka" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Of Tonka that's north east of Montgomery, the mayor. There says several buildings have been blown down video from the area showing collapsed buildings and overturned cars damage is also reported in Ataka county, Alabama. This is Fox News. And now the lens of liberty. Here's Helen krieble. I always hear about police and prosecutors in Wisconsin staging late night raids. I swat teams and police dogs invading family homes and confiscating computers cell phones, financial records and other personal items far from having the right to remain silent. Victims of these rates were ordered by the police do not tell anyone our caller lawyer under the threat of jail. There have been dozens of these raids without any proof that the homeowners criminals, even though the Bill of rights guarantees us protection against such invasion. A look through the lens of liberty shows such abuse threatens the rule of lied self. We the people are the owners of our rights. We must tell legislators in no uncertain terms that such abuses will not be tolerated. For more information, go to lensofliberty dot org. That's lens of liberty dot org. In Washington and several other American cities on Saturday thousands marching in protest of President Trump's third annual women's March, President Trump traveling to the Delaware's Dover air force base to meet with families of two American servicemen and two civilian contractors who were killed in an ISIS suicide bomb attack in Syria this week. Relatives?.

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"ataka" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"ataka" Discussed on AM Joy

"It's not just his desire for this kind of macho posturing that you see in any kind of straw, man. There's specific goals that he shares with flat. Amir putin. They want money they want power. Putin wants territory they sank. Shins eliminated. These are kleptocratic empires. And if you have that kind of Lien's with each other if Trump is aligning with Putin with air Doan with various eastern European autocratic Leers, it makes it easier for those elicit financial actions to keep going without any kind of oversight or accountability. And so there's pragmatic goals in mind as well as just the sort of spectacle of abusing power it self. Yeah. That's up. Very good point. It is always follow the money. Right. And these oligarchy regimes are able to rake in the dough. And to the point that vitamin Karen camera has made also get that money out of Russia and getting out into the world. Let me go to you on this. Okay. Let's go to Malcolm Nance on this. Because Putin did has said through a translator. And this was about the collapse of NATO being a good thing for Russia. This was an interview at an economic forum in Saint Petersburg in twenty seventeen. He said well in a sense that maybe they should be falling apart that will. Help. So just note that and then I also want you to comment on the fact that the United States Senate failed to overturn failed to overcome the desire of the Trump administration to relax sanctions on not just any Russian oligarch. But one of the Russian oligarchs directly tied to Paul Manafort, meaning directly tied to what you and your book called the plot to destroy democracy by interfering and attacking our election. Your thoughts. Well, I flat. Amir. Rootin-? Donald Trump seizing ping, Kim Jong on CCN. Egypt. Erta one in Turkey. They now comprise a Russian oriented and sort of bipolar Russian China oriented axis of Ataka crisies, and Donald Trump is desperate to move America away from democracy and working within alliances of democracies and educated people into this group of talk receives to do that democracy as we have known it. Republican constitutional Republic needs to be either destroyed or transformed and he's transforming it into this. You know, devil-may-care transactional sort of government that does things on the basis of elite money, and it's absolutely disgraceful. That being said, you know. I'm sorry train of thought but Benjamin Franklin sometime ago. This is a very tough subject to even discuss, you know, the fact that NATO an alliance that we forged out of the dead of World War Two in order to stop the spread of communism coming from the east and their alliance the Warsaw Pact of which vitamin Putin was a member is just absolutely disgraceful Benjamin. Franklin said, you know, that Benedict Arnold betrayer Judas betrayed one man Benedict. Arnold three million. We may have to add that Donald Trump is betraying three hundred twenty million. Yeah. And Chris Dickey very quickly before we go because brag that is a part of this that we now know there was a Russian connection to that as well. What is going to be the outcome here? Now, the Theresa May has not been able to fix that debacle. Do we have Chris? Oh, I don't think we have unborn smelly. Unfortunately, I love talking with bringing back another day. Thank you very much to Sara Kenzi or and mount them Nance one quick programming note. Donald Trump's major announcement on the set down will now be at four PM eastern. Let's change more time to prepare for it for the first time in his life. Meanwhile, somebody is telling Donald Trump. No. And her name is Nancy. That's next..

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