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Fresh update on "austria" discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money

podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money

01:01 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "austria" discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money

"If you are trying to secretly sneak a submarine through Turkish waters, that's like a core Turkish national security interest. And that's going to ruin everything for you. So yeah, I mean, my understanding is that it's not really a thing that could happen. There's a broader story here. Somebody like the late Sean Kay would argue that the inability of NATO to have a mechanism for forcing out members has turned out to be a real problem. And that not just in the sense that there are questions about whether some countries that are in NATO now should really be in NATO. But also because it doesn't give NATO itself any leverage in terms of saying, you know, look, if you cross too many lines in terms of stopping a consensus, there are things we can do about that. And I think turkey is interesting there. That's all I'll say. I mean, turkey can be straightforward about this, right? I think you say, look, we were in a democracy when you let us in, right? I mean, we're no less democratic now than when you let us into the alliance, right? It's you who changed not us. Well, it's not actually the question of authoritarianism or democracy. The whole idea that NATO is a security community of democracies and that it's that is its fundamental purpose. That's an idea that developed in the 1990s and this idea that developed in part when nobody really wanted NATO to go away, but they didn't have clear sense of what it was for. And so it gets re narrated. Michael Williams is a really good piece of this and some other people have written about this. It gets re narrated as the liberal order anchor democratic security community force for democracy in Eastern Europe along with the European Union. In that relationship is then complicated, both conceptually, but also in terms of these kinds of narratives. It's more the issue of having countries who are not going to go along with what the majority of NATO wants. So a good example of this is back before there was a period of time, I don't know what the situation is now, a lot of Western countries cut off and charge and sharing with us Austria because intelligence mystery was controlled by a bunch of pro Russian fascists. But before that, in various times, there have been situations in which the United States and other NATO countries have wanted to do cooperation with Austria and turkey's veto debt. So we've had instead is bilateral or middle lateral cooperation. The kind of thing that I was suggesting would be the worst case outcome for Sweden and Finland right now, which is kind of more of the same, but with an official, you will be a NATO someday kind of statement or position or at least, if not official, then overwhelming consensus. But you do have situations where turkey's wielded that ability to veto, where it's vetoed NATO activity, often without much consequence, but in ways that you could imagine we could become more difficult for the alliance like right now..

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Is America's Sovereignty in Jeopardy?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 5 d ago

Is America's Sovereignty in Jeopardy?

"Now what if I told you right now this question of sovereignty and who is in charge very well might be put in permanent jeopardy using an international health apparatus. Now there's lots of fail safes built into the constitution. The constitution is a domestic political document. It's the greatest political document ever written. The United States Constitution was not written for the times, was written to stand the test of time. Understanding human nature's predisposition towards greed. Selfishness, lying and cheating and stealing a diffuses power over space and time. There's so many layers of checks and balances in the U.S. Constitution almost as if the founding fathers were inherently distrustful of people with power and they were. Now, it spreads over space and time by it requires a lot of geographic land mass to be able to make decisions and time where it's intentionally long to be able to do something bold and dramatic. This is why the CDC and the FDA swooping in and taking away individual sovereignty. And states rights was something that was deemed unconstitutional was always kind of left to the states and by the way, most European countries do not have that model. I know some Europeans and they were perplexed when they learned about America's response to COVID that it was a state by state model. You see, in Germany, if Berlin wants to do something, it impacts Bavaria as it does um, as it does Munich, one size fits all governing model. In Austria, if Vienna wants to do something, it impacts Salzburg just as much as Vienna. In Europe, the power comes from the top in America the power comes from the bottom.

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Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

Mark Levin

02:07 min | Last month

Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

"It looks like mostly the board Of the Reagan foundation Which I feel a very close affinity to our Friends and surrogates and confidants of the chairman Fred Ryan to make sure he has no challenges And your little fare early on he was staff assistant at the pregnant president Reagan in the office of presidential advance Where of course he would have met his friend Fred Ryan Just giving you some examples Let's see here We have John lonsdale cofounder managing partner 8 VC a U.S. based venture capital firm which manages $4 billion Something is strange here mister producer Why all these individuals these investors these finance guys there aren't many reaganites on the Reagan border directors ladies and gentlemen and McLaughlin core locus is Steve Forbes is Then you have Susan McCall businesswoman former diplomat and philanthropist She served as the U.S. ambassador to the republic of Austria under whom And is currently president of S and R capital investments We have Rupert Murdoch and Lachlan Murdoch those are two reaganites Peggy noonan really a reaganite name only Ted Olson used to be an old buddy of mine but he's crossed the railroad tracks Gerald parsky chairman of aurora capital Jim Patterson chairman chief executive officer for sole owner of the Patterson group Canada's third largest privately held company I know that was here oregano

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Who Is Dr. Andrei Illarionov, Former Adviser to Vladimir Putin?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:44 min | 2 months ago

Who Is Dr. Andrei Illarionov, Former Adviser to Vladimir Putin?

"He is a former economic adviser to Russia's acting prime minister jago gadar, chief economic adviser to Russian prime minister Viktor Chen midin and chief economic adviser to Vladimir Putin, doctor Andre il lardo hilaria. Welcome to America first. Thank you very much. Sebastian for inviting me. You are very, very welcome. You have an illustrious resume. I have three pages worth of your qualifications in front of me. We do not have many people with your prior access inside the Kremlin speaking out on American media regarding the events occurring in Ukraine. So let's start at the beginning. Will you walk us through our millions of listeners and viewers across the country, your background before you came to the United States, your qualifications, you've studied in the UK and Austria at Stanford University. So may I ask you just to introduce yourself to our listeners? I'm going to buy my training and I spent most of my time at The Economist and studying economic policy inviting on economic policy. You mentioned some of the people whom I advise to. For almost a TSI was economic adviser to current Russian president. And that time Russia was able to have a pretty remarkable economic growth that double GDP of the country and GDP per CAPiTA was in ten years. It was a little economic miracle for the Russian economy. But it was everything in the past. Since 2008, after three years after my departure, a Russian economy went into stagnation and seeing them economic growth of Russia was not more than 1% per year on average. So instead of doubling GDP within ten years, it's a kind of 10% growth. So 7 to 8% per year country was growing about 1%. It wasn't 1% per year. Now definitely it's a crisis and the intentions of the Russian leadership and first of all of mister Putin right now is very opposite to what you have demonstrated in your initial slight when Putin was talking about a little bit about democracy, freedom or whatever. It's definitely wrong. It's Putin does not pursue this goals anymore. He's intentions are imperialistic. His intentions are conquering the neighboring country, establishing a new world

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Ric Grenell: U.S. Weakness Led to Brexit, European Borders Changing

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 3 months ago

Ric Grenell: U.S. Weakness Led to Brexit, European Borders Changing

"But when I hear this stuff and you may disagree with me I don't know your view The American people don't care about Ukraine You know the American people didn't care about Austria The American people didn't care about Czechoslovakia The American people didn't care about Poland at one point And then all of a sudden we have the Third Reich I'm not saying this is the Third Reich I'm not even saying this is the old Soviet Union but I don't think we should be so cavalier as people with a public microphone that just blow this sort of thing off I'd be curious about what you think Yeah I actually agree And I would go one step further in that it matters for NATO and it matters for Europe I spent a long time in Berlin hearing from Brussels and Paris and Berlin about why the transatlantic relationship was really about strengthening Europe And I told Chancellor Merkel that the reason why Brexit happened the reason why Crimea happened rewriting of the European borders which is Absolute nightmare Scenario The reason why we've had the borders rewritten in Europe In the last ten years a couple of times is because of weakness from the United States That's just a plain fact

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 Olympics Live: US wins gold, silver in ski slopestyle

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Olympics Live: US wins gold, silver in ski slopestyle

"Up short of the podium on Tuesday morning in Beijing women's snowboard big air it was Austria's Anna Gasser successfully defending her gold medal from Pyeongchang team USA's Hailey Langland rounded out the competition in twelfth place freeski slopestyle Maggie Voisin placed fifth wheel San Francisco eight wing idling earned a silver for team China women's downhill skiing Mikaela Shiffrin had another rough run finishing in eighteenth place over two and a half seconds off the pace and Americans red Gerard and Chris Corning missed the podium in men's snowboard big air I'm Danny cap

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Shaun White says Beijing Olympics will be final competition

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Shaun White says Beijing Olympics will be final competition

"One one one one of of of of the the the the big big big big names names names names at at at at the the the the Winter Winter Winter Winter Games Games Games Games will will will will soon soon soon soon call call call call it it it it quits quits quits quits snowboarder snowboarder snowboarder snowboarder Shaun Shaun Shaun Shaun white white white white told told told told reporters reporters reporters reporters that that that that the the the the Beijing Beijing Beijing Beijing Olympics Olympics Olympics Olympics will will will will be be be be his his his his final final final final competition competition competition competition the the the the thirty thirty thirty thirty five five five five year year year year old old old old white white white white said said said said he he he he came came came came to to to to his his his his decision decision decision decision last last last last November November November November at at at at a a a a training training training training stop stop stop stop in in in in Austria Austria Austria Austria where where where where he he he he was was was was nursing nursing nursing nursing knee knee knee knee and and and and ankle ankle ankle ankle injuries injuries injuries injuries white white white white has has has has won won won won three three three three gold gold gold gold medals medals medals medals meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile was was was was a a a a good good good good day day day day on on on on the the the the ice ice ice ice for for for for the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. the the the the women's women's women's women's hockey hockey hockey hockey team team team team ran ran ran ran its its its its record record record record to to to to two two two two and and and and blanking blanking blanking blanking Russia Russia Russia Russia five five five five nothing nothing nothing nothing and and and and in in in in mixed mixed mixed mixed doubles doubles doubles doubles curling curling curling curling the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. defeated defeated defeated defeated China China China China seven seven seven seven five five five five I'm I'm I'm I'm Bruce Bruce Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Morton Morton

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Russia Is Prepared to Invade Ukraine, so Why Is It Our Business?

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Russia Is Prepared to Invade Ukraine, so Why Is It Our Business?

"Russia is poised to attack Ukraine 125,000 battle ready troops They tried to internally overthrow the Ukrainian government They already have their militia in the eastern part of Ukraine battling and their guerrillas battling The Ukrainian government The Ukrainian president has been an ally of the United States He's been really a reformer and people say why is this any of our business I don't know Was Austria any of our business now Was the so called Czech Republic Any of our business No How about Poland When that was invader was at any of our business No How about when Britain went to war with Germany Was that any of our business No The isolations in America said that's their problem That's your pet doesn't affect us Do you think that Vladimir Putin now has built hypersonic missiles Has a military presence in Antarctica As brand spanking new nuclear submarines and as modernized his nuclear arsenal because of Ukraine Because of Ukraine Not because of us

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The European Union and Their Disregard for Liberty

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

The European Union and Their Disregard for Liberty

"So it's really put the pressure on the European. Police states. Austria, the Netherlands, France now you know why Britain left the European Union? Because the European Union doesn't give a damn about liberty. That's why. The entire edifice of the European Union is led by Germany and France and remember my old saw I have a lot of rules of understanding life. Germany is always wrong. That's it. When you know that you understand 50% of what you need to know about European history and Europe today.

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The Decline of Liberty in Europe

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:08 min | 4 months ago

The Decline of Liberty in Europe

"Had on my show from Holland, Dutch woman was on Tucker Carlson last night. And it was quite something when she described the suppression of liberty. In Europe, and she said, something to the effect it is not it is not shocking that the country. That what is it that gave us that started the suppressions of World War II is now she was referring to Austria and the fact that Hitler was Austrian presumably. And is now leading the utter and total suppression of liberty of the unvaccinated in Austria. They will have to pay up to €50,000 a year, which most people that would be our am surprise if that's the average salary. In Austria.

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Steve Bannon: 'This Is as Draconian as It Can Get'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Steve Bannon: 'This Is as Draconian as It Can Get'

"Delighted. He is my former bus my colleague from breitbart from The White House and he is the host of war room pandemic. Steve Bannon, on deck, welcome to one on one. Thanks, Seth. I would be everywhere, but of course the mayor of D.C. has thrown down that you can't go if you're unvaccinated can't move around the city. So we'll do it. We'll do it some future time. One on one in some future time. I just realized that I'm never going to a museum again in the nation's capital. As of January 15th, you've got to have a vaccination passport. I'm not getting vaccinated. So there goes my historical input and education in the nation's capital. No, no, no restaurants, no health clubs, no office buildings. This is, you know, people that wonders about vaccine passports and we all laughed at them. You saw what happened in Europe and you've seen what's happening in Austria in Germany and I tell you this is as draconian as it

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America, Still the Freest Country in the World

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:03 min | 5 months ago

America, Still the Freest Country in the World

"What is happening in Canada, Austria, Holland, let's see, where else did I put Germany, France, New Zealand, Australia? We're actually the freest major industrialized democracy on earth. Yep. And Florida is freer, just Florida, Nebraska, whole host of places. My good friend in Nebraska, who works out as I do, work out at a gym. My gym's been closed. I'm now work out at home. My Jim has been closed. I have not been able to attend it except for a couple of months for now on nearly two years. He hasn't missed his gym once not a day. In Omaha Nebraska. Why isn't he dead? Why wasn't he sick? Because he lives in a state governed by people who are rational. Republicans. You get the lie at college that conservatives are irrational and progressives are rational. But it's a lie, it's completely the opposite. Florida is a free state, then a seed is a free state. Mississippi is a free state, Alabama. Whoever is governed almost always accept Massachusetts, which is a state of mostly foolish people. And people are people are freer in those places. We are freer in America, Canada. You can't get together indoors. You could not have Christmas with more than three other people. Because your neighbors will snitch on you because they were tilted to snitch on you. As I wrote in my column, Canada should replace the maple leaf on its flag with a sheep.

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Tucker Carlson Blames Fauci, McConnell, Age for Loss of Freedoms

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:15 min | 5 months ago

Tucker Carlson Blames Fauci, McConnell, Age for Loss of Freedoms

"To Tucker Carlson. And he was in vain against the lack of freedom and the acceptance of it in America and in the west. That you can't he reported I was going to say that you can't fly in Canada if you're not vaccinated. These are unprecedented deprivations of liberty, unprecedented. And in the Netherlands, military took a guy off or police took a guy off a plane. It wasn't clear to me, he didn't have COVID, but they saw that he might get COVID. And the amazing thing is I completely believe the story and anything is possible today, the Netherlands is locking down like Austria. But what I want to comment on is I disagree with Tucker who is a courageous thoughtful man. The fact that I listened to him regularly is about as high a recommendation as I can give. But he had an interesting take that it was the ages of these people running the country from a Fauci to Biden to McConnell that is a big part of the reason that they don't give a damn about young people. Who they are crushing with these policies. First of all, I don't know why McConnell was thrown in. I know he doesn't like it. Oh my God, hold it. I haven't heard senator McConnell endorsed lockdown. And children are wearing masks and sitting outside in The Rain, having lunch. But the whole thesis is incorrect. It has nothing to do with age. Nothing. I would be more than happy too much knowledge it, because I am happy to acknowledge truth. It has nothing to do with age. Is Gavin Newsom old? Are all these bears and governors old? They're all young to middle age.

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Austrians who flout vaccine mandate face fines up to $4,000

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Austrians who flout vaccine mandate face fines up to $4,000

"Austrians Austrians who who flout flout a a new new vaccine vaccine mandate mandate is is likely likely to to face face tough tough fines fines Austria's Austria's health health minister minister says says the the country country plans plans to to impose impose fines fines of of up up to to four four thousand thousand dollars dollars on on people people who who flout flout the the coronavirus coronavirus vaccine vaccine mandate mandate full full residents residents age age forty forty nine nine over over that that it it aims aims to to introduce introduce in in February February people's people's income income and and other other financial financial obligations obligations will will be be taken taken into into account account in in calculating calculating the the fines fines over over recent recent weeks weeks officials officials have have drawn drawn up up for for the the details details of of the the draft draft legislation legislation with with backing backing from from two two of of the the three three opposition opposition parties parties in in parliament parliament the the health health minister minister says says they'll they'll be be exemptions exemptions for for pregnant pregnant women women for for people people who who cannot cannot get get vaccinated vaccinated for for medical medical reasons reasons and and for for people people who who recovered recovered from from cove cove in in nineteen nineteen in in the the previous previous six six months months I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 6 months ago

Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

"Show and we're talking about how the pilgrims came to be the pilgrims, the book is titled the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it, the prequel to America's freedom of the author, William Federer on the line. Bill, you were talking about really, it's just amazing to me. If you don't mind backtracking a little bit, because there's so many things unfolding at the same time. So let me put the needle back on the record. Right. Well, the idea is that Muslims are invading Europe surrounding Vienna, 1529. The reformation started in 1517 and now we got this internal and external disruption of Europe. The older Roman Emperor, Charles V of Spain, he has the biggest empire on Planet Earth. I mean, the Philippines are named after his son, king Philip of Spain. And he has all the new world. He's taken the gold from the new world to fit on his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean. Anyway, he's faced with his double dilemma, reformation out inside and based on the outside. He actually strikes a deal with the protestants. It's called a piece of Augsburg of 1555. I speak a little German and that's a fun number. It's own 1400 proven folks. 55. That's the first treaty ever to recognize protestants and in this treaty is a little Latin phrase that made a big difference. It's cool ratio to religio, which means whose is The Rain? Is a religion? So in other words, look Protestant king, believe it ever you want in your kingdom. Let's just work together against these Muslims who are invading Europe because they sort of want to kill us all. Well, this started a domino effect in the next century where different kings fully different things. And Sweden and Germany were Lutheran Switzerland Calvin and Scotland Presbyterian England was Anglican Holland Dutch reform. And of course, Italy, Spain, France, Austria, remained

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Author William Federer Describes 'The Treacherous World of the 16th Century'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:41 min | 6 months ago

Author William Federer Describes 'The Treacherous World of the 16th Century'

"William Federer has written a book called the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it which its effectively the prequel to America's freedom, William Federer, welcome to the program. Great to be with you. Hey, I mean, the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it. Most of us know so little about the 16th century. We don't think of it as treacherous or non treacherous. What are we talking about here? What is that what is it that got you to write this book? You've written so many books on history. It's a joy to talk to you on any historical subject. But I love it when you come out with a book like this, because you really have done your homework and we get to benefit. What is it that why do you call it the prequel to America's freedom? What did they leave? Well, Europe was ruled by kings and it was being invaded by the sultan of Turkey. The Ottoman sultan Suleiman the Magnificent he was surrounding Vienna. So backdrop, the Muslims conquered all of North Africa, which used to be Christian. There were 250 Catholic diocese along North Africa. Muslims invaded Spain and held it for 700 years and they were just driven out in 1492. So just a couple of years earlier, the Muslims had controlled Egypt for 600 years. It had been founded by the Christian face Mark that wrote the gospel of Matthew Mark Luke and John. And then Siri was completely Christian for 6 centuries of angiotensin by the apostle Paul until Khalid Omar conquers it. And the Turks convert to Islam and they invaded to what is today Turkey and all 7 churches mentioned in the book of revelation are wiped out and then they finally cross the Bosporus and conquer Constantinople in 1453 and then finally they're invading Europe and surrounding Vienna Austria the year 1529. So here we have an Islamic invasion into Europe and just a couple of years earlier the reformation started 1517 with Martin Luther. And so Europe has an inside outside chaos going on and the Holy Roman Emperor is the king of Spain. Charles V now the title Holy Roman Emperor means he's sort of responsible for defending Christendom. And so here he is wanting to defend against the Islamic invasion. At the same time, he is inherited all the new world, right? Columbus discovered it for Ferdinand Isabella. And so he's taking the gold from the new world to fit out his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean

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Thousands in Vienna protest Austria's looming lockdown

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Thousands in Vienna protest Austria's looming lockdown

"Protesters around Europe took to the streets to demonstrate against coronavirus restrictions in Austria tens of thousands of protesters marched through the capital Vienna Austrians including many from far right groups were demonstrating against an upcoming nationwide looks sound the Austrian government made the made in order to contain the country skyrocketing coronavirus infections the Austrian government also said starting Feb read the fast it will make vaccinations mandatory demonstrations against pirates restrictions will also taking place in Switzerland Croatia and it's free the night before Dutch police opened fire on rioters and looked at them injuring several people the riots were followed by peaceful protests the following day in Amsterdam central time square I'm

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Austria to enter lockdown, bring in mandatory vaccinations

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Austria to enter lockdown, bring in mandatory vaccinations

"Austrian chancellor Alexander Schellenberg says the country will go into a national looked down to contain or fourth wave of coronavirus cases Schomberg says the lockdown will start on Monday an initially lost the ten days students will have to go back into home schooling restaurants will close and cultural events cancelled public broadcaster R. F. reports it's starting on February one the country will also make vaccinations mandatory according to a R. F. chancellor Schellenberg says we do not want a fifth wave I'm Charles de Ledesma

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 Austrian lockdown for the unvaccinated goes into effect

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Austrian lockdown for the unvaccinated goes into effect

"A nation wide lockdown has gone into effect in Austria for unvaccinated people who haven't recently had coped with nineteen it shows some signal further measures may follow and it's soaring infection rates the move prohibits people twelve and over who haven't been vaccinated or recently recovered from leaving their homes except the basic activities such as working grocery shopping and going for a walk all getting vaccinated the lockdown which is being imposed until November twenty four is believed to affect about two million people in the alpine country of eight point nine million Austria's leader has described the country's vaccination rate as it shamefully low I'm

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"austria" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 6 months ago

"austria" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Headlines has been back here there is At a good morning and thank you Three men have been arrested under the terrorism act in Liverpool after a car explosion at a hospital killed one person and injured another which coincided with the country falling silent for remembrance Sunday Police say they are keeping an open mind as to what did cause the blast Australia is putting unvaccinated people under lockdown for at least ten days in a dramatic move to slow the spread of the coronavirus Bloomberg's rose krasney reports from Vienna It's one of the toughest measures yet as Western Europe faces a new wave of cases Austria's daily infections have more than doubled in just a few weeks and medical resources are under strain from Monday the unvaccinated will only be allowed to leave home for essential activities including work school and grocery shopping The measures will be enforced by spot checks and the threat of fines In Vienna ros krasny Bloomberg daybreak Europe Here in the UK Boris Johnson is battling to get his premiership back on track Bloomberg silen has all those details The prime minister and other MPs face a barrage of questions over their conduct yesterday This was the 11th straight day of negative headlines against the conservatives since Johnson's decision to block the suspension of MPO and Paterson for breaking lobbying rules The government promptly used hand following a public outcry but sleeve's allegations against the party continue During a cop 26 news conference yesterday Johnson and missed it he could have handled the passes a row better Polls show the prime minister's popular appeal is waning as labor takes the lead in London I am Eileen bagby Bloomberg daybreak here And India's reopening to foreign tourism today ending at 20 month clampdown as virus infections across the country remain low and vaccination rates to increase after halting tourist visas last year the country is now aligned quarantine free entry to fully inoculated travelers from 99 countries domestic travel and tourism has also already picked up Global news 24 hours a day on.

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"austria" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

03:01 min | 7 months ago

"austria" Discussed on WBUR

"So assuming fillings child is born and lives in Austria and assuming that an Austrians carbon footprints roughly similar to a Brit and assuming the global community sticks to its climate goals of reducing carbon emissions to zero by 2050 and assuming well that's a lot of assuming And with cop 26 just next month we might as well just wait and see what the major players end up agreeing to The crowd science team will be there of course so look out for their episode in a few weeks More interesting for Philly and I reckon is where those 210 tons of carbon equivalent come from and where some of my actually be able to reduce their own impact Well the average person in the UK day to day their carbon footprint is about 13 tons a year And about a quarter of that is the food that they eat and I'm hoping that will go down a lot as we come to eat Less meat and dairy that's the biggest thing in that And then a quarter is about the travel that we do And there's no getting around it We're going to need to reduce by quite a bit the amount of flying we do And then also in travel is driving and we need to drive less but also that will come down as we electrify our vehicles that will help as well And then the third quarter is our home energy and that will improve especially as our grid electricity decarbonise is and our homes improve and then the fourth quarter is everything else and that specifically includes the stuff that we buy We're going to get good at dematerializing having less stuff making our stuff last longer getting into the habit of having things repaired buying second hand all those things that are going to de materialize the economy and help our carbon footprint So between all those things we expecting the carbon footprint to come right down and actually the world will reach we hope Net zero by 2050 You sound quite optimistic about the future So you've got to think one of two things is going to happen Either humanity is going to get on top of the climate crisis in which case if we're clever about it we can live better than ever before we can use this as an opportunity to improve our quality of lives There's a bit of habit changing But you know what It can be better than ever If we don't get on top of the climate crisis let's just be very clear humanity is heading for a very dark place You could argue that the easiest things for filling today if she does care about the future of society and life on earth is to just not have children If a couple decide that they are just not going to have kids for a mixture of lifestyle and environmental reasons then I think that is now regarded increasingly as a totally normal lifestyle choice that people make Whereas I think when the day when I was born it was more often seen as oh dear how sad for them I don't think it seemed like that Anymore And that's really really good Agreed And when you think about the numbers a few people deciding not to have children especially in the carbon spewing global north does.

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"austria" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

Puty's World Cup Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"austria" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

"I they had a few a few very good chances which we stood out to. We didn't concede they scored. A second album was a bit lucky about. We stood up to them radio while unlike that'd be great that some very good chances also of course goes well. You know if you know that same we say in football goes win you games and clean sheets. We knew championship. So i don't like adding. But i've heard it so That's definitely true as you could see me. What because we didn't score that many gals will be kept the luckily in sheets benefits penalties. I mean this. I think my record the penalties for a impressive. I think i had a face six penalties in a site for them. So i'll i'll take the penalty shootout in the final. Okay okay. well you heard it here. First austria is dark horse. You're calling austria darkhorse. Or i if you won't i will like okay Of teams you mentioned england. There's teams with rosters that are just absolutely stacked coming into the term france belgium I guess you probably throw germany. Spain portugal in there as well. What what's the one team that you just would not want to face. Probably from judges think fronts. Front attack is just the whole squad ready and not just you know difficult every position double double place with incredible place. You know it's just. I mean of belgium while jim. He's always tough england portugal but best the thing if we one of the well we'll have to play some of them at some point and we'll have to try and beat them so Yeah i mean we'll hopefully stay clean off the biggest hits as long as possible and maybe meet them into final on. I must go. I like it. I like like the confidence. You respect the opponent but you have confidence in your own team. So it's a good combination okay Let's do quick rapid fire to wrap this up So first question. I'm gonna ask you to put your your pundit hat on here for a second so not only is the euro's starting but copa americas starting as well. Who do you think is gonna win. Copa america site now. That own cope. America's south america district. How much.

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"austria" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"austria" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Were Jews. They fled the Nazis from Austria in 1938 to New York City while pregnant with my mom. My grand parents experience was impressed upon me. And with it came life lessons about being frugal, mindful, prepared and never taking anything for granted. They also transferred to considerable dose of paranoia in general prejudice about anything German or Austrian. I never once heard them speak German, and they vowed, and thick German accents to never return there. Associated German language with their oppressors, not them. Then, in 1990 fresh out of college, I traveled to Central Europe, including Austria. Upon returning home. I visited with my grandmother. How was the trip, Daniel Dearie. It was a loaded question, and I knew it, but still, I gave the straight answer. I had a wonderful time. I told her of my travels, visiting her old apartment, eating her favorite foods and meeting gracious people. She stared blankly at me and said them Nazis. The horrible even now they voted for Kurt, Fall time. In her experience. She was right. A few months ago, and unexpected thing happened. The Austrian government started offering citizenship to the descendants of Jews who fled the Nazis. I could become a dual citizen. Dual citizenship now has special appeal. It's a geographic safety net and escape hatch out of American dysfunction. But they're I submit an application to return to the scene of the crime. Era. Submit my fingerprints. My FBI records my passport to the very people who expelled my family for being Jews. Submitting That application has all the 2020 fields unsafe, ominous, forced wrong. And yet it also seems like the potential for a new beginning in 2021 acceptance forgiveness, moving on As they say in German and the boot. Alice Coote. With a perspective. I'm Dan Lieberman. Dan Lieberman lives in Albany and works for Regional Community Energy Service, and you can share your thoughts on his commentary online at kqed dot org's slash perspectives. Support for perspectives comes from Leave Cabraser Heimann in Bernstein. Seeking justice for the injured victims of fraud, whistleblowers, employees and investors in the Bay Area and nationally.

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"austria" Discussed on Punchline with Alex Calleja!

Punchline with Alex Calleja!

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"austria" Discussed on Punchline with Alex Calleja!

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"austria" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"austria" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In my uniform in my life jacket, and there he was from across the room. It was my love at first sight moment it really was. And if if I read the book correctly, he was the pastry chef. He was a pastry chef. Yes, he woz yet. Hey, made all those sweet treats, you know, but, yeah, he was a pastry step and Yeah, and we just hit it off, And I think for him to he did have his love at first sight moment, But I'm in I mean, he's from Austria. And I'm from Canada. And then you know on the ship. You kind of are living this fantasy life and you're always an exotic ports of call and having fun and just living the adventure. You're kind of living a dream. And then reality kind of section is like Well, then what we're going to do when we get back to land, right? So it's kind of like finding love it. See is one thing, but nothing fancy. That's the fantasy fantasy. Yeah, and then navigating it on land is another thing right? So because for us, we were living two continents apart. It's like somebody's gonna have to make a sacrifice and There were so many different hurdles that we had to overcome. And for our love story. It was over the course of eight years, So we live permanently in the same place together, so, but we never gave up on it for what we believed in, and we believed in each other. So And how long did he stay on the ships? He actually his contract that one was about 8.5 months. So it was longer than mine on then, prior to that he had worked on quite a few cruise ships before as well. So he had traveled around the world about seven times. Working on cruise ships, so he's He was lucky with that for sure. Wow. Well, listen, all is well that ends well, right? What's that? All's well that ends well, It's a happy Christmas story. That's right. It is. Yeah, it's a beautiful Christmas story. I mean, we got to spend Christmas together on the cruise ship, and then you know, it's just kind of sometimes, when I think back, it just kind of sounds like Fairy tales and like I was saying, like a fantasy life, But it's I have such fond memories. And I feel so fortunate to be able to have experienced something like that. And be able to thank you for thank you for sharing That story really appreciated. Town yourself. The author of All over the map, two lovers, six continents and a date with destiny. By the.

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"austria" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"austria" Discussed on AP News

"Great road to 70. Only six votes away. I think we're gonna get Nevada and me a blue wave. Biden supporter lends RIM Zack I'm rid of Ole German police have raided the homes on businesses ofthe four people linked to the Islamic state sympathizer who carried out a deadly attack in Vienna this week. Authorities say. While the men aren't currently suspected of involvement in Monday's shootings, in which four people on the gunman was killed, there's evidence that they had links to the attacker. Austria. Officials have identified the attacker as 20 year old quote Team Phase II, a dual national of Austria and North Macedonia, who had a previous conviction for trying to join the IRS in Syria and had been given early release in December. Probe is on the way into why Austria didn't put phase ally under observation despite being tipped off by Slovakian authorities. I'm Charles of asthma here, authorities say. While the men aren't currently suspected of involvement in Monday's shootings, in which four people on the gunman was killed, there's evidence that they have links to the attacker. Austria. Officials have identified the attacker as 20 year old quote Team Phase II, a dual national of Austria and North Macedonia, who had a previous conviction for trying to join the IRS in Syria and had been given early release in December. Probe is on the way into why Austria didn't put phase ally under observation despite being tipped off by Slovakian authorities. I'm Charles Dillon asthma. Thank.

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"austria" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"austria" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wear following some developing news in Austria police in the capital of the several people have been injured. And officers are out in force following gunfire throughout city streets ahead of the Jewish community in Vienna, says the shooting took place in the street, where the city's main synagogue is located. But that it's not clear whether that house of worship was a target synagogue was already closed for the evening at the time, Austria News Agency quoted the country's Interior Ministry saying one attacker has been killed. Another could be on the run. Police say the operation in the center of the city was ongoing at night, urging people to avoid open spaces and public transport will keep you up today of the situation unfolding in Austria. 40 AIDS. We head off the Wall Street right now. Andrew O'Day is at Bloomberg and after up and down kind of thing toward the end of the day, the NASDAQ decided to play nice with everybody else. Yeah, I did, and ahead of the election tomorrow, plus the Fed Reserve policy meeting in the Big Jobs report later this week. The market was jittery today, according to what analysts have been telling Bloomberg all day But it didn't really look like that. Especially in the case of the Dow comfortably higher from start to finish up 423 at the close S and P 540 NASDAQ, As you say, finished up 46 points. Monthly measure of manufacturing looks Strong Institute for Supply Management October reading shows the fastest pace of growth of more than two years, fueled by factory shutdowns and slowdowns earlier this year, resulting in depleted inventories. Restrictions on cruise lines to say on the U. S. Have now been lifted by the government. But the lines are not pulling up anchor this morning Norwegian Cruise line and this afternoon Royal Caribbean say they're canceling all planned sailings through the end of the year boils extension of its own suspension has one exception. Singapore DAL gains 423 Today, Andrew wrote a Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's NewsRadio Countdown.

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"austria" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"austria" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The White House. The president called for equality while delivering a divisive message slamming the media, China and the toppling of controversial monuments view of the attendees to the president's event wearing masks or social distancing, But some Texans air warning their fellow Americans. That this is something they should be taking seriously during their celebrations. This single North Texas family says seven of their family members have tested positive despite their best efforts from March until now. We took it serious and then June 20th had walked into the House residents in Hidalgo and Stark County's getting a terrifying alert on their phones Friday, warning them nearby. Hospitals were at capacity, and there's so many people set off fireworks at home. More than 300 Houston firefighters are in quarantine. ABC is Trevor Ault. The South Carolina and a deadly shooting overnight. If you say ambulance here, be people, not we have taken the shot. Two dead, eight injured after a shooting at a Greensville nightclub. Unknown of a suspect is in custody and in Chicago. At least 13 people killed after 68 people were shot over Chicago's holiday weekend as of this morning. That, according to Chicago's Chicago's police department, the victims include a seven year old girl, You're listening to ABC News. Have you ever wanted to Austria Insurance offices are open to serve you. They've taken all recommended precautions from the CDC to serve the community. You can also call 8885117722 or goto, Austria, insurance dot com. Palmetto Express Sound found at Northwest 74th Street. We have a left playing blocks still, thanks to a disabled vehicle. Also, we have a disabled vehicle on 95 South down beyond Sheridan Street, blocking the right shoulder and another on 95 South down the block in the right shoulder. At Sunrise, this reporter sponsor the T. J. Martell Foundation, join the T. J. Martell Foundation in the fight against leukemia, cancer and AIDS. Your support helps facilitate cutting his research would lead to more effective treatments and save more lives. As a teacher, Martel de torque to.

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"austria" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"austria" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Light camera tickets and city utility bills until may thirty first a company in Austria can help you remember this pandemic long after it's over with your own toilet paper snow the paper inside came up with the ideas of relative to the person who invented the original snow globe one hundred twenty years ago new ones are made with a three D. printer but you may have to wait for years the company can only print about twenty four hours I don't know if I want to remember that it's really really hard at this it's ridiculous the paper like a snow yeah I don't know I don't know I I go either way could be convinced there maybe an anniversary present try it with a new look which is really happy year once papers so there's a good idea Hey we've got tense this morning anywhere from twenty five to thirty two right now it's my oldest in toward the lake but still that freezing there at thirty two it's thirty at o'hare as well as daily at thirty one it made way airport twenty five decals and Aurora twenty six of Waukegan Valparaiso Bartlett Peru crystal like immensely route twenty seven winds are northwest here up to ten miles per hour apple shipped but today I should say west northwest right now the be more but for help last through the daytime hours were clear this morning and dry thankfully but we do have snow on the way it holds off until tonight so your morning hours you're all fine will increase some clouds this afternoon so don't expect a sunny day all day but I think a good part of it especially the first half is sunny and then we work in this winter weather advisory list was just issued maybe fifteen twenty minutes ago so everybody in purple it doesn't include lake McCaffrey or northern cook county at the moment it has a winter weather advisory beginning between eight and eleven o'clock tonight most of us start around eleven but far west you'll start that around eight and I know this off to the west you've got that brighter pink that's a winter storm warning we have not been issued that yet but we'll see if they end up upgrading some parts and I think if they do would be close to that I. eighty corridor quickly you're going through your forecast model increasing clouds through the day time here comes the snow between about again eight eleven here's midnight and then I want to pause here and some of these darker bands for their self checkout Kankakee county Jasper Newton southern lake in northwest Indiana that's where we'll see some locally higher amounts of totals most of this done by late morning tomorrow so I do think your commute tomorrow if you're headed out will be affected I'm today again increasing clouds drive forty five tonight will fall down to about freezing with the accumulating snow and then as we get into tomorrow forty four tweet melts all of this this weekend as we warm to the fifties I'm gonna talk more about snow totals and how much to expect what and where and when coming up I am an expert there had a few minutes first let's get a check your rotator check in was there in just a bit yep but still to come this morning what we're going to show you what a local man has created to help healthcare workers on the front lines one six interested this your new system against Kobe nineteen but too much can actually be harmful what you need to know I have and the pandemic is taking a heavy heavy financial toll on metro how much money they're losing.

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"austria" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"austria" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Back in business in Austria and Spain the government handing out millions of mass to commuters at some jobs open back up ABC's Maggie Rulli Richard Cantu ABC news Atlanta temperature at three OO one forty six degrees WSB meteorologist Kirk Miller says we will see clear skies overnight lows thirty six to forty two sunshine on Thursday with highs around seventy degrees Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up Georgia preparing for a big ramp up in corona virus testing effective immediately anyone exhibiting symptoms of covert nineteen can get tested at one of the drive thru sites around the state perspective patients must still have a referral from a physician or their local health department top local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. S. B. depend on it the number of coronavirus cases here in Georgia continues to grow official information from the department of public health confirms fifteen thousand two hundred sixty cases and five hundred seventy six deaths statewide survival rate now stands at ninety six point two percent the only counties in Georgia without a case of corona virus are in a sparsely populated area between Atlanta and Augusta less than two thousand people call Toliver county home in fact it is George's least populated county the population of nearby Glascock county is just over three thousand and with corona virus stimulus checks landing in bank accounts around the country many people here in metro Atlanta are having trouble accessing their financial institutions apps and websites executives with chase Citi PNC and truest blame the connectivity issues on an overload of their online systems WSP news time three oh three for every doctor police officer sanitation worker truck driver in bank teller for everyone who keeps our grocery stores pharmacies restaurants and gas stations running we just need to say thank you and to make sure you hear us loud.

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"austria" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"austria" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Austria German all right that German and no I don't think that's a language let's see how you guys did we go to the scoreboard with Jose anybody could have we're the three best friends that anyone could one yes you think you did well and you did you got four correct yeah you also too well yeah five yeah buy a new one area I will be the mute button on your quick now let's just go over the answer that happens this weekend the clocks move forward in our Omaha sim cards than Texas hold'em are variations of poker the main ingredient in risotto would be rice England's live in the South Pole in nineteen seventy blobby disks were invented by IBM therefore strings on a violin and the official language of Austria is Austria alien it's German yeah with only one all right so Terry I can well you know that's part of the game well we do have a price to give you okay I think you know what it is thank you what is it it's the Victoria that's right you get a quicker vacation get away to Victoria BC voted Canada's most romantic city you can enjoy scenic waterways as a travel right to Victoria's inner harbor go to.

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"austria" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"austria" Discussed on WJR 760

"Austria Italy and other countries they're following suit as well Joe Biden is picked up another endorsement from on top of that a politician with lieutenant governor Kate Marshall announcing that show back the former vice president's White House bid Marshall joins two of the states for US house members dina Titus and Stephen horse Fordham backing Biden Marshall says she plans to campaign with Biden Monday in Reno what university drama department is bringing the tragic deaths of stage plays inspired by the death of both of John Moore who was shot and killed by a former Dallas police officer like never explain also John's death made headlines worldwide a former Dallas police officer convicted in his murder after she said she mistook his apartment for her own and shot him thinking he was an intruder now theater students at TCU in fort worth or portraying the story in a play titled four below it began as a ten minute claim it is now eighty one hour one act play and is in transition said being a four planks please T. C. U. professor a Bon pan hopes the production which is already debuted will serve as an agent for social change Clayton level down one of the remaining USS Arizona crew members who survived the nineteen forty one attack on Pearl Harbor is died Donald Stratton passed away in his sleep ninety seven I'm only Francis this is a commercial announcement billionaires are big players in the twenty twenty race and they're spending hundreds of millions maybe billions to stop president trump every.

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"austria" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"austria" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To Innsbruck Austria then over them mountains to our Italy man Venice Vienna Budapest and then back along with their new valley of the through these little towns I can't remember where I left from but to maybe Zurich but that's when the first time I went to Berlin and it is quite is quite a good story I'll talk to Kate in Danvers here Kay hello Bradley how are you today pretty well okay while some of the Russian stories sunny other and my younger brother and my younger sister or part of one of the first exchanges high school exchange programs I must be cool with Russia yeah my my sister and my brother and my sister just going to shop around and my brother went and then we hosted a student and wanted to teachers what were they like was it what was a lot they were very nice possibly is it possible whiskey student the I will I will be a yellow cab yeah like I will check out okay Star Trek so he was really sweet and the teachers Tatjana and she actually had a little bit more money then the students did because her husband was a lawyer and he dealt with on Admiralty law so because of that he traveled outside of Russia so she actually had hard currency she wouldn't she went and just one of the things that my mom took them to like cosco DJs and one of the things is DJ and one of the things that they touch on a wanted was the large bottles of sleep Advil it was still something that they couldn't get in so she was taking that and she put it in a container she also brought a container of lego bricks search for her child and put in there and then when we went hello we needed something only going to let me see if something and power was just amazed that there was an entire department sold to legalize blue jeans yeah now typical mall experience as its plate glass hi my **** what is far too young to be no no I graduated in eighty four so and my sister was eighty seven so that means my brother is ninety one ninety two okay sounds like that so it was one of the first exchanges that that was that was happening in the area to seventy with my with seven goals but the big deal then that went away right there's probably only during Gorbachev and then it probably went away it was during a god I know it it was during the Gorbachev era and then my sister in law and her mom went over and that was really problematical because we didn't know if my sister in law is even going to be able to go because my older brother has a top secret clearance and because of his work what is his work he did he did work for distillate geophysics lab hands when it was at hand and he also designed crowd things that were used for the pilot program and it is the thought the US might not want to go because he well it wasn't going to go no it wasn't a problem wasn't him going the problem was my sister in law going because she was married to him correct wow and because all the in tourist guide what KGB interests as they are now the organization that sets up the stuff correct in Taurus guys were all keep most of them so they were they afraid this you get kidnapped since ours and held hostages they weren't afraid that she was gonna get kidnapped it was more the worried that that somehow they would use anything that she did when she was over there as an influence against him you know you know kind of backstory so when my sister and my mother in law came back about six months later they're in Taurus guys got at least to come over here and which at my analyze mother's home and my brother my brother didn't know and my sister and market now and they came over to her house to her mother's house and my brother saw the interest guiding you literally just have to turn around and walk out and immediately make a phone call to his superior even though he didn't talk to the woman did that anything is is in the room with the KGB guy correct correct correct because he was in the room with the Russian so he probably was over his pie in I mean that's we don't know if she was or not the kids I mean you don't know the interest god yeah I'm you course when I was a yes but it was but it was really it was a wonderful my my brother my sister had a fantastic experience I think my sister came home with a where she are Russian army units first you know new format yeah she came home with an officer's hat and for my for my mother my my sister in law and her mother her family had originally come over to the United States and Russia from Russia so for for Mary it was a chance to connect with that part of her heritage thank you very much Kate you're very well spoken I hope you call more often than they have to break now that the case thank you have a great evening Danvers yeah the holes that holds spy and things very real so let's take a break is WBZ six one seven two five four ten.

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"austria" Discussed on FT World Weekly

FT World Weekly

11:40 min | 3 years ago

"austria" Discussed on FT World Weekly

"The financial times, as new headquarters in Bracken house, I'm getting in Rachman, and today, we're discussing Austria, where the governing coalition has just collapsed after the far-right Freedom Party were discredited by a sting operation by journalists apparently that showed them apparently open to corruption and to Russian influence. Joining me to discuss on. This is European editor, Ben who'll here in the studio in London. And on the line from Vienna. Our correspondent there Sam Jones Ben festival. It's a slightly convoluted tale. Can you describe what happened? Yes. So Hunterston star who was deputy chancellor of Austria and leader of the far-right Freedom Party was filmed in a covert recording in a Spanish villa discussing illicit party donations in return for government contracts with a wealthy, Russian or woman proposing to be the niece of Russian oligarch. This video was filmed in two thousand seventeen. Before the parliamentary elections, so before he took power, and that doesn't seem to be any evidence that he ever followed through on these discussions, but it was clearly to bigger political scandal for him or for Sebastian Kurz, the chancellor, to ignore and was forced to resign as party leader. And as vice chancellor, so Sam you're in Vienna. I mean did this threaten the actual government itself? While is chancellor Sebastian Kurz, who is a sort of wonder kin of European politics, only thirty two years old and much praised in some circles up until now. How's he coping yet? It precipitated a full-on government crisis as soon as they moved to get rid of stock. He resigned there was then this question over the future of the rest of the year ministers in the cabinet of which, there are four and among the ministries, they control our defense, and the ministry of the interior, being particularly sensitive ones given the revelations in this video and so- Kurtz made clear eventually on some. Sunday that he would like the entire esta ministerial team to resign. And then they resisted him, and eventually, when he tried to get rid of Herbert kick, oh, the interior minister, the FBI resigned on mass and they've gone into opposition against the government and we still actually don't know whether Kurtz will be able to weather this crisis because there is a no confidence vote now scheduled against him on Monday. And so far, the social Democrats who have in their power to decide the outcome of that vote really of sort of wavered as to whether they will or they won't support Kurtz, the key question for them being that. There are the actual elections coming up in September. And those are the sort of prize, they need to focus on, really rather than getting distracted by this political crisis of the moment. So Ben, let's look at the wider European context because I'm an Australia's relatively small country. But this scandal has happened on the eve of the European parliamentary elections, in which the rise of the foul writer, which the Freedom Party. An important component is a big big theme. So how does this fit into the broader European picture will? It's obviously an embarrassment to the other far right? Parties who have teamed up with the Freedom Party, Matteo Salvini, the leader of the hard right league in Italy is orchestrating a new alliance of which the Freedom Party was going to be part. And so the question is, whether it rebounds in those various, national campaigns. Emmanuel Macron, France's certainly using it as a stick to beat marine Le Pen, the French follow right leader, but we'll have to see how it will pan out. I think the significant thing is that Sebastian cooks was blazing. A trail that many conservatives want to go down in Europe, which is shifting away from sort of consensual Centigram, politics, two more right wing, politics, where the center, right? People's parties of Europe, actually cooperate with hard-right parties and take European a more right wing direction. That's what courts was doing in Austria. And that's what quite a few of a nationalist forces, want to do on a European scale. And the fact that it blown up in Vienna. I think presages pretty badly for that kind of route to a more conservative European politics because Amancio, say courts was a bit of a hero. She some on the right in Germany, where I was last week, a lot of people, this is just before the scandal broke, what talking about him as offering a potential model for German politics, which had got sort of, as they saw it stuck in the sort of squishy center. Merckel not really a conservative, as they sort, and that maybe this could be a coach in future for Germany, but perhaps that looks less convincing. Now, I think he probably does. I think he probably has much of the time that he's being chancellor. He has been a bit of a hero for conservatives in Germany, who are fed up with Angela Merkel's centrism and still can't forgive her for opening German doors to the migrant influx in two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen and I think he's not just considered in Germany conserved his. In france. Conservatives in Spain who feel that cooks may be had the answer to an insurgent far right? Which is you move onto some of their territory, you may be cooperate with them. But you contain them that way electorally now to a degree that is what happened in Australia in the sense that courts and his People's Party all pretty popular. And they have managed to stop the Freedom Party from overtaking them. But many would argue well what cost essentially, he enabled the Freedom Party to come into power and to do things, which normal center, right parties, wouldn't do vilifying, Muslim, immigrants and infiltrating the security services. So there was a price to pay and the question for courts is whether that damages him politically, and Sam, I mean, this whole question of Russian influences a fascinating, one isn't it because I mean it should be noted that the people that Straka was interviewed with were not actually representing Russian interests. It was a sting and. Yet via generally in this current government has become a source of more welcoming port for Putin's Russia, which is looking for ways of breaking the European Union and Bogo on them. Yeah, I mean, there's sort of two elements to this really one is the story of the F, and the Freedom Party that is, and their particular embrace of Russia, which has been a project is being an intrinsic part of their modernisation, if you like they're sort of turnaround from being a quite traditional if you like nasty Nazi party into a more outward-looking open looking far right? Populist party, which is a good undistracted, and that fifteen year project right from the get-go involved relations with Russia. And of course, the timing worked that because it was around the mid-2000s that Putin began his own turned toward social conservatism in Russian politics to shore up his own political base. So the ideological currents they're made sense. That, that link should develop. But really, since then there's been this infused Jassem to put it mildly for all things Russia, and Russian policy. And it's not just the F, B, O main party. But also all of these organizations the student societies, the youth movements that are connected with them that have mushroomed in Vienna and made the city, a real hub for Russian influence in Europe. The second part to this question, though, is actually the much longer standing historical connections between Austria, and the Austrian state and Russia, because the unsaid part of this story is that actually the Russian government still has excellent contacts. If not better contacts between longstanding senior figures in the Kremlin and mainstream Australian parties and every Australian government of the past fifty or so years, has been very careful to cultivate relations with Russia and for the Russians as well their relationship with the FBI is really just one of convenience. I think based on the fact that the F B owes becoming. This major political force in Australia, and therefore, they needed contact with them. But they've been quite careful the Russians one of the open questions about this struck a video was. Why was then no money previously. That had actually come from Russia. Why was struck her having to accept this money from this as Russian in less? He didn't have money material support from Russia analysts we've spoken to here, sort of seemed to suggest will that portrays the reality of the situation that the has this ideological bond, but not really much of a substantive bond with Russia. And actually, the substantial connections are still with the mainstream Australian parties and Ben. I'm going back to the pan-european side of it, of course, this question of sympathy for Russia is a bit of a theme that runs through all of the resurgent far-right from Salvini league in this lead FDA and Germany lapenne in France. In a way, I suppose for those who grew up in the Cold War was sort of the right as the titular. Urging to Russia. It's an interesting change, isn't it it is. Although would say clearly Vladimir Putin and his style of government and his disparaging of a decadent west sort of fits in with a lot of the far-right narrative, and also autocratic ruler who is not constrained by political correctness or constitutional niceties. The one thing though, is that it doesn't unite all of the nationalist ultra conservative movements in Europe at all. In fact, it's quite a big fault line running through them. And it's why ultimately Poland's law and Justice party will not join with Salvini instructor and lapenne because they distrust Russia, too much. And their view is also echoed, I think, by this Weeden Democrats and possibly some of the other Nordic countries. So I think it's the one reason why you will not have one super far right nationalist party in Europe because of differences over this question. And finally, Sam we've spoken about the way in which the coulds brand. If you like has been damaged perhaps temp. Early in the rest of Europe. Does he still though seem to be likely to be in command of Austrian politics? I mean, how people reading this envenom it's been a tumultuous couple of days where just two days ago. For example, the social Democrats seem to be saying they were going to support the no confidence vote, and then the peo- like they might be supported in that which would have been enough to get rid of Kurtz. But I think he will maintain his grip on the chancellery. I mean for one thing in all of the press, conferences, he has given his performance has been a sort of model of command and authority and control and is very much trying to play the statesman card. He has been helped an awful lot in that by Australia's president Alexander van der Bellen who's a much older figure, but also somebody from a liberal background, who is therefore able to bring along a lot of the center ground in Austria with him. And because he's been working with Kurtz over the past few days. I think that's been the crucial element. That's allowed Kurtz, too. Maintain his credibility, assuming he survives Mondays no confidence vote, which I think he probably will, but could be famous last words, then, of course, we then have a number of months until the September election. And I don't think anyone in that time is going to be seeking to bring down the government because it will be too bad for the campaigning because it will allow Kurtz who still is a member of the largest and most Popular Party in Austria, and still has extremely strong, personal opinion polling ratings. It will allow him to portray himself as the candidate stability and his opponents as those who are seeking to destabilize the Austrian state. Okay. Well, it sounds like we haven't heard the last of item is to cuts all the F B O, but we'll leave it there for now. Thank you very much indeed, to Sam Jones in Vienna to Ben who here in the studio in London..

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"austria" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:46 min | 3 years ago

"austria" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Around the world. Thank you for tuning in eight five five four two four nine eight to five want to give us a call or else better still right there on Facebook live. We will answer your questions almost immediately questions comments busy weekend last week. I went to tiger and go to John this week because he's not paying attention to me. Jonathan Toews John how was your week? Now, there you go. So he's paying attention. He's right there talking to me. Yeah. So you talking to me me, what do you count? My week was not forget about I'm answering listeners Brian. Okay. We have a listener who wants to know where their plants worked from last week that they were expecting. They're going to be shipped out on Mondays outright, Monday worshiping. Right. Okay. So tiger personally with a little note. And maybe a little little tree in their piece of candy. The box a little a little Kissel Hershey's kiss along with your order. So busy week for everybody. This is the time we can kind of wind down a little bit talk. Gardening. We did promise a podcast last week. Yeah. We did we did you look. I can't do it today. John's fault. You know, I tell you that I was working with buddy but had made in after the show. But next week. We're not we're not on live either. We're not going to be here. We have to we have to do something you entire can do you want to do one. Let's get something up there. We'll be one you know, what you guys do one. And I'll listen to it. Will you listen? I will you will not live. That's okay. Well, that's the whole beauty of a podcast. Yeah. John's going gonna come back to the show with all his notes for us. By the way, if you subscribe to the newsletter John puts a link at the bottom of the newsletter. Right. Then you can event will take your right to the podcast, I heart media or you can download the iheartmedia app and search for garden America. So today's going to be hummingbirds what the podcast we're talking about. How do we get fifteen twenty minutes? Right hummingbirds. Okay. Johnny beatles. Sing song called hummingbird dre really have us black Blackbird and Bluebird Tucson Blackbird and Bluebird having no hummingbirds zone. I can tell you the origin of Blackbird later on off the air. Okay. White interesting. You know, I was I wanted to tell you that. I'm really excited. I don't know if I went over this with you guys because you're butting. No because we're working on Artur for next year. Let's can we give a little bit of it. Can we spill a few beans? Yeah. It's not just. I guess we'll let our listeners know just so that it's something that you can watch for the details and safer interested. But we're going to go to the international Wildflower festival in the Slovenian Alps, wait say that again because that sounds so exotic the international Wildflower festival. Yes. And it's where in the Slovenian Alps but the hairs on the back of my neck just stand by. So we're gonna go to Slovenia and we'll stay in lake bled. And I'll tell you if you if you Google lake bled. It's probably the most exotic place I've ever been. Probably. This is different. This is like you're in a fairy tale, I thought it was in a fairytale there because you promised me when we left us. What was the last thing you said in raw gonna live happily? If we go to lake bled. That'll happen more. So then from there, we're thinking of going to Salzburg Austria. And then from there to Prague Czechoslovakia about that. That's wonder what a trip. Yeah. It's going to be amazing, and the one part that we weren't able to pull off and worse we're going to and I need to find out from listeners if they're interested is that I want want it to end up in Zinger housing in Germany, which has the world's largest rose garden, but Matthew promptly from earth. Brown bound expeditions is telling me that. It's in the middle of nowhere. And it's. Hard to get you. It's hard to get through it's expensive. It's like something like an eight hour bus tour. Oh boy. Yeah. So so what I if there's enough interest will work oppo strip where I'll go with whoever is interested in doing it. But we have to find a way to get there. Just not easy to get within east Germany and not near any large major cities. Now, you mentioned the possibility maybe Switzerland last week. No, Switzerland, Switzerland, Switzerland. But if you're going to go to Austria, and you're going to be Levin, l sure but just not maybe not Germany, Germany, unless we end up in anger house. So you mentioned three countries. Yeah. Austria and and the Czech Republic. A public. Yeah. I sign us up. Let's go come on. The people I've talked to that have been prog says that it's just spectacular. What time of year with this would be the first week in June? It's a perfect time to be not. What's the weather? Is it is it warm up early summer over there, or well, you know, if we did go to Zinger housing, we the roses would just be starting blown. So that's how cold it is. We always put things in the relationship of what's happening in California. Right. And our roses are starting to bloom now in April, right, right? The perfect time not too high moral. Yeah. We'll be like Abraham meantime shirt, it would be and might even be a week too early for peak blow. All right, but it just depends on the air. But anyway, if you're interested, you know, keep that open, and it'll probably be about three weeks before we have all the details. Now, we have a lot of new listeners viewers recently here on our show. So for those of you that are new we've done these trips before to Europe. So listen to us. When was going to be a fantastic guard Nick to the details because this is something you probably one of those once in a lifetime trips, basically. And you know, it was really neat is the last review on would say there was a good percentage of people that weren't even really gardeners, but they just love traveling. And then you're gonna save their spouses made. That was the case when you are traveling. It's really neat to be able to see that part of travel because normally when you travel you go restaurants, museums, right? But they don't always see that other side of it with gardens, and you know, but a lot of museums have gardens or or things like that. So it's really impressive to see not just gardens. But just the places that we were in. I felt I felt like we got a really good view of where we were case in point the trip that you did not go on our last trip to Italy that next morning, there was kind of get together and meet and greet in the lobby and there were two guys sitting in the corner. And I went up introduce myself and from Seattle, and I said, well, hey, thank you for listening to our show. And they said, no, we don't listen to your show. We just know that Matthew Matthew primarily and his company or exhibition to such a good job. We came across this trip. And it just so happen to be with garden America. And I said, well, that's cool. And I think we made maybe some part time listeners out of them because they were like. No, we we his trips are fantastic. And of course, they are if you've been on these trips. There's there's no doubt this is different. Because Matthew Taylor. These aren't template trips know Taylor's them for us. We have a comment from Rochelle and Facebook Irish shell says sign Asaf. Okay. So there's two right there. How many more do we need John thirty eight. Okay. Thirty eight. And then we sure we everyone gets that special deal. Massieu says that. He's taken many trips and organiz many trips into this area. Oh, cool. And he said that they always sell out quickly. So I'm kind of excited it'll be fun. Yeah. I think a lot of the gardens. We'll see we'll be gardens it at different palaces in that part of the country that I hear palace palace houses. What is it like a good palace now? And then right? That's right. A John quarter of the week going to get things rolling. Get a break coming up in our guest is standing by. So let's let's take off it's through this. Well, you know, this is Easter week Brian. Absolutely. So I thought it would be appropriate to come up with a quote about east during the quote is from Mahatma Gandhi. I'm a hot. Yep. And he said a man who was completely innocent offered himself as a sacrifice for the good of all others, including his enemies, and it became the ransom of the world. It was a perfect act and the Mahat gone. Very interesting. Yeah. Good for the Mahat. Okay. Fifteen minutes after the hour. Tiger people listening in San Diego here? Twelve forty latest Mission Hills nursery, and what's going on springtime. It's springtime. We got a lot of fun stuff going on plants coming in every day. We have the new plant hunters selection of soom exotic plants so yeah, lots of fun stuff. But I'm excited. Yep. From no. From. It's a it's a combination of plants from a grower by the name of Dominic who grows out a lot for. The shows for the trials and stuff like that. So next year's plants that will be coming out small selection. I haven't heard of that it's called the plant under selection. Yeah. It's our own selection. It sounds like something I might be interested. If something is they learn something new every day for you. Now. Under that category. Okay. One of the later. Thank you for joining us here on guard American for this Saturday morning eastern weekend. I'm Brian main along with John Bagnasco. Telephone lines are open at eight five five four three or four ninety to five. Give us a call. If you want to speak to us, Brandon. We'll.

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"austria" Discussed on FashionTalks

FashionTalks

09:29 min | 3 years ago

"austria" Discussed on FashionTalks

"I everyone we're GonNa get started now thank you so much for coming out and braving the so in terms of so for me communicating visually with my way of speaking and communicating my ideas and then all of a sudden I was getting attention whether it was in kindergarten because I did a really good picture of the cat next to making clothing at a full wrap for Austria paralysis so it's it's definitely.

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