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Why Is the U.S. Comfortable Associating With Ukrainian Nazis?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 3 months ago

Why Is the U.S. Comfortable Associating With Ukrainian Nazis?

"If America had a KKK battalion within our own military. I want you to imagine if we were supporting groups that were Nazis. Well, we are. Actually. It's amazing. It's just shocking to me how the left wing regime media has spent years smearing all of us as Nazis, anyone who dares show up at school board meetings as Nazis and then they fund actual real-life Nazis in Ukraine. And this is not like a slur or an exaggeration, there's a video right here that we see in front of us where there is literally a guy wearing a Nazi symbol in full tattoos with fully automatic machine guns saying in Ukrainian like we're going to go kill the Russians. And so the argument then goes will Charlie, we have to back somebody because Vladimir Putin is evil. I agree. Vladimir Putin is evil. Well then under that logic, why didn't we back ISIS to go fight Bashar al-Assad? What if both sides could be really bad? Now, this is the backbone of some of the Ukrainian resistance in Mari Paul, which is the southeastern corner of Ukraine. The southeastern corner of Ukraine is right within this kind of Russian separatist area. It's where a lot of the fighting is happening. It's an area that Russia really, really wants. It's a port city, so a question that I think is necessary for us is why does the American regime or the people that run our government? Why are they all of a sudden so comfortable with associating with Nazis? Now I'm not calling zelensky Nazi. He's a grandchild of Holocaust survivors. Obviously not. Zelensky's Jewish. But zelensky is partnering in some capacity without right neo Nazis on the mainland of Ukraine. This is

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Putin To Self-Isolate Due to Coronavirus Among Inner Circle

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 10 months ago

Putin To Self-Isolate Due to Coronavirus Among Inner Circle

"The Kremlin says Russian president Vladimir Putin is going into self oscillation because of coronavirus cases in his inner circle Putin has been fully vaccinated with the Russian coronavirus faxing Sputnik five now spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters Putin is absolutely healthy but will self isolate awfully coming in contact with someone who contracted the virus he didn't clarify how long Putin would remain in self isolation pretty sure the president will continue working as usual on Monday Putin met with Syria's Bashar Assad to discuss the cooperation between the armies on how to continue operations to gain control of the lost rebel held areas in Syria I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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"bashar" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust

Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust

04:30 min | 10 months ago

"bashar" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust

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Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue: Underprivileged Communities Will Suffer From Defunding the Police

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:10 min | 11 months ago

Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue: Underprivileged Communities Will Suffer From Defunding the Police

"Who suffers when you defend the police who suffers. I you know the underprivileged communities. The minority communities in folks will talk right now about equality equity in black and brown people. I was going to say that the first group. That's the first group that's going to suffer and no no absolutely into bashar. It's it's the the asu test. Are that these communities are going to suffer. And it's already happened. We've seen across the board that black and brown communities absolutely are going to are going to suffer. And they're going to be the ones that are victims and these folks who think that because they've got money and they've got status entitles they should be protected and community should if she was in this studio right. Now what would you say. According bush i would say you know your priorities are all wrong and well. I would probably say i. I don't think you should be in the office at your. It there so i have to respect their right to vote. But i don't think you deserve. I don't think you're equipped or knowledgeable enough to be in that seat. So that's that's the first thing. But then i'm going to unpack all the reasons why she's absolutely wrong on the policies. Certainly those ones you have to deal with public safety

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"bashar" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"bashar" Discussed on Today in Focus

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Dot com manages have full visibility of what their team's working on now checking necessary so teams have autonomy yet. Manages get the assurance they need to focus on the big picture and because it's beautifully designed and super intuitive monday. Dot com is very easy to use from startups ready to become the next big thing to global organizations with hundreds of moving parts teams of any size and industry rely on monday dot com to plan track and manage their work monday. Dot com is. How effective teams meet that goals. If you manage a team visit. Monday dot com via free two week trial. So he's survived the arab spring and he's held on for a decade and now still controls large parts of syria. What is he now doing to try to consolidate his power. While russia and iran do have significant influence into the affairs of site particularly from global and regional liberals. It must be said. The house of assad itself has been slowly regrouping over the last eurostar. The the family has taught drinks bishara less than his wife had taken significant stakes in what remains of the syrian economy and they now controlled the effective leaders of economic power. They in mid two thousand and twenty disarray. President and his wife moved against his first cousin rami. Makhlouf who would be a consignia area of of the shah. Assad for the last twenty years he'd been somebody who everybody who wanted to businesses serena had to go to seek commission from and to give a cop to and in the prices of that he builds a mess fortune in the vicinity of twenty to twenty five billion dollars in july. Two thousand twenty that change when a smaller lesser took a stake in rami. Mclucas charitable businesses end at the same time. He was taken off. The board of syria is the dominant telecommunications company in the country a few weeks later holding company should bane a representative group of all. My industries was shut. Down and romney clue lost another cash cow. He was sidelined. And that was a very significant turning points. In post-war syria ended it mopped moment where the assad family said way back in not only away a way back but we are going to act more suitably decisively in steering affairs from this point onwards both economically and politically is a sign of growing confidence. There is a growing confidence to some extent in that he has survived the civil war. Bizarre lesser had two near death experiences and he prevailed with the help of friends on both occasions but he provided nonetheless and he is now prepared to assert himself as the preeminent figure in trying to drag the country back from the cliff face so he does have confidence that he can survive that old those who turned against him whether it be his own citizens whether it be the arab league a regional states or even superpowers when able to topple him and that has clearly emboldened him in many ways but at the same time he he now realizes the enormity of the challenges he faces in trying to restore any sort of functioning economy in syria. where half the country internally displaced or across borders aware is very little chance of any reconstruction at any point soon where foreign foreign money still remains a long way from syria and more end. The industry itself is struggling to rise above the precipitous collapse in lebanon and the the crunching full in the in the currency. Right and the hyperinflation which is just made life almost impossible for old bats an elite few. And it's in that context that we had elections last week and assad claim that he'd won ninety five percent of the vote. How real are those results. Does it tell us anything about what people think of him within syria. I think the elections have been widely discredited for good reason that it. The process was not transparent. Certainly wasn't fair that were reports in here in lebanon. That many of those who did turn up to vote would want to did. They must do so in order to retain any sort of site benefits soldier. Secure any sort of guarantees if they wanted to return Theropods undoubtedly support him and he did see them as their shrewd cyber the whole way through this. No doubt that he retains a rump of a support base but by any factual objective test at doesn't represent ninety five percent of of the syrian population. So there are good reasons that the election is being disregarded as a as a reliable barometer of sentiment towards him and saint moore's a way of consolidating his power and influence for at least seven more years. How durable essays control now as long as russia and iran. See serie later as somebody who's who's used to their purposes haibo remain president of syria. He's done well over the last year to consolidate economic and political influence on domestic front onto his auspices in in those of his wife a small the russians have never been able to focus on credible alternative that. We're looking at some point sunday. I do want somebody who is liable and somebody who reflects type water interests but at the same time they need to compete with iran which also wants to it investment of postwar syria. They don't see charlotte last night is somebody who was expendable for now. They see him as better off the way he is. So if you to main bekker's not willing to move against. You ought to do so if he was slowly regrouping on the home. front are risked to the chair. Certainly not as much as he did in two thousand twelve or two thousand fifteen it's a relatively rosy picture compared to where we're words during those years through the heart of their out to the civil rule but by test the victory that a sharona said has achieved has been a pyrrhic victory and.

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"bashar" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"bashar" Discussed on Today in Focus

"In syria. I still is but back in two thousand eleven. They were a series of detentions in in southern syria of a fifteen year old child and a couple of other young boys in captured the imagination. Because i was saying to represent what was the state's primal instinct which was to crack down ruthlessly on anyone who did try to speak truth to power or war threatened the chair the presidency in any way the scenes are unprecedented day after day of protests. Darah the genesis is serious turmoil. Strangers have kept on going onto the streets. Did you manage to get into syria. At the time. I got into syria in two thousand twelve. Th in the note was crossing the border from lebanon into homes. That was early. Two thousand twelve at that point the town. Of course it and the villages leading to homes which was serious third city. We're very much in the hands of what by then was a an active and armed opposition The the earliest months of the uprising against what was the mood like it was a it was a a mood of excitement of of anticipation and trepidation. In a way that he knew that the uprising managed to lunch at that point along. The lebanese border had been matched by similar movements in northern syria in the south. Even near damascus. And i realize that. They was a momentum against the syrian security apparatus. Which until that point had been seen as all pervasive is omnipotent and the the democracy that we saw the open defiance against the regime was more or less the strength of a straight this combustible nature these street protests in the very reality the emerging reality that people in the towns and villages of syria could really start to take a stake in what was happening to them was electrifying sue. Was that how. The situation shifted from demonstrations tae effective civil war. The shift from a protest movement to a civil war started about august. Two thousand eleven now armed. Opposition to president. assad has emerged. It's called the free syrian army. It's a fledgling revolutionary army. They are former syrian soldiers. They say they refused orders to fire on their own countrymen. The position determined that in order to achieve skulls it needed to revert to weapons and at the same time. The charlotte last side had determined that rather than grant concessions to protesters. He needed to crack down very heavily on them. Now he draws to do so by the security chiefs from his father's era and also by his mother who took a very active role in those months in particular. This is the second half of two thousand eleven in convincing but shah that that concessions were assigned witness and that the only way to deal with what was taking place in the country was to crack down on those who who were conducting these opposition protests. And who was. He actually fighting. And how effective whereby there were myriad groups who would taking the fought to bizarre left side at that time they were members of the civil society who would sought refuge in in weapons. They were members of the rural community. Farmers others. Who had lived largely for psych and lives in towns and villages died. Risen up against them as well. They were those who are more conservatively islamic minded. They were defectors from the syrian army to so many different groups with many different agendas and the issue over the next for five years would be whether they could move into one common goal and pose enough of a threat to the rest of the sharon. And you were reporting on all of this. You saw consequences. You saw the human cost. Tell me about that from two thousand twelve. Three to two thousand. I was able to cross the boorda into opposition. How syria around fifteen times. And every time. I did cross We saw a different phase of the conflict early on this excitement this adrenaline. From that point on every time. I did cross the there was a more of a sense that this will wasn't going to win. At any point soon the opposition became entrenched. They were very heavily. Weaponized frontline positions which were being consolidated board going anywhere by mid two thousand twelve was in ellipoid at the time Would cross the border from turkey. We were on the front lawn of a very heavy clashes between the syrian regime in the position and we sold to pick trucks arrived at the front lawn and on the back of them. There were fifteen guys. They were from north africa. The influence of foreign fighters who became the forerunners of of the islamic state in many ways started to taika a hold in the conflict. And i think i think by late two thousand twelve. The conflict itself had become very complex very splintered and something which became increasingly easier. Full the syrian regime in its allies to manipulate and to eventually conquer. What did the west day while this was happening early on in the conflict. The the attractive the us in particular which had been Excited by what it stayed in egypt the the power of the street exposing the fragility of authority they and supporting the stinger of osteo barak the egyptian president of standing they. Then turn them onto syria now. Syria was a far more complicated corner. The middle ages which is reasonably self contained. A syria had iran is a very strong ally. It had been seen as central to the so-called Resistance visited israel. Syria had retain truth-ler java lebanon for many years throughout the civil war in the decade bionz. So it was clear early on that. Syria was a complex place on syria. Obviously this is a a very tough issue. I have indicated repeatedly that Present allison has lost legitimacy. He needs to step down So far he hasn't gotten the message and instead has doubled down in violence on his own people The international community has sent a clear. Message that Rather than drag his country into civil war he should move in the direction of a political transition but At this point the likelihood of a soft landing seems pretty so initially. The american response was to send intelligence offices and determine without they were part of the opposition that worthy of supposing or that could be supported in all not in any meaningful way against bashar al-assad By late two thousand eleven the the turks have become involved our president doda gone had had taken offense to how the regime and the gulf states in particular cutoff had started to send weaponry through to the opposition groups in the north and at the same time the the saudis had been in jordan speaking to the jordanians about whether it might be possible to Convince the american military to to invade syria from jordan attack. Damascus in a short time so there are a whole series of relations going on in the western sphere and in the east about what was what was to common and how to how to influence it and i think the best way to characterize what took place places that nobody really knew. Nobody really took a significant stake and while all this was happening. How things for assad was there ever a point where he looked really vulnerable to points. Throughout the woolwich bishara was vulnerable. I was that moment in late. Two thousand twelve early two thousand thirteen where the opposition had broken into the security perimeter in damascus and the second was in august two thousand fifteen where the opposition groups in the north. Those who had been vetted by the americans by the cia were making significant inroads into the charlotte military. The certain military was crumbling and it was it was then that an iranian general qassem soleimani who would played a very formidable. The writings in syria took with him to moscow maps so the conflict put them on the table in front of got him putin and said that the military will full and so will be shah within three weeks. If you don't help us do something about it. And it was september. Two thousand fifteen that putin. The russian president made the decision to formally intervene in syria. Sending his air force to bomb the opposition in the northwest in the northeast and to take a airbase. Where ever since he has used it. As the as the hub of out russian influence in the country which spread rotten. Into the into the minas chooses the military and across the industrial heartland of the country of russian. Now a significant stake. And what do we know about al assad at that time how did this change things for him while the russian intervention was decisive in the sense that the the american backed opposition push which had done so much damage to the syrian army. More or less stopped in its tracks. It said it was entering the campaign to fight the islamic state which was very active across northern syria. But the first three or four weeks. The russian bombs were dropped on the opposition position as those who had been vetted by the americans in those who washington thought might have consolidated into an effective opposition or effective leadership group. If they're allowed to russia sold the americans had been taking a stake in is very much threatening to charlotte last night. They did everything they could to to stop. That and there were successful in doing so that saved serene president bought it made by charlot. Saad somebody who was subordinate to putin in many ways and that remains the case today amal all this is happening while this geo politics is going on. What's happening for people on the ground in syria. I spent a lot of time in opposition syria in the northwest. Which even today is a miserable corner of syria thereof three to three and a half meeting people from elsewhere in the country. Who was sleeping in bed. Some graveyards or in school yards many of which have been bombed The georgian of lost six or seven years of school. Are they getting by on on eight through ngos or some food from the turks and there are people with very little prospect of of of advancing themselves At any point in the next few years sierra remains a long way away from any sense of real reconciliation so for now it's just survival in the open while the great powers gannett. What comes next so across the country. I think a good estimate would be that asset has effective control the not total control a roughly sixty percent of syria. Now coming up. I saw tens.

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Syrians Vote in Election Certain to Give Assad New Mandate

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Syrians Vote in Election Certain to Give Assad New Mandate

"Syrians have voted in a presidential election almost certain to give the incumbent bashar al assad of forty seven year term. He's ruled the country since the death of his father in two thousand in the last election held in two thousand and fourteen had secured almost eighty nine percent of the vote with turnout at more than seventy three percent. This election is likely to deliver a similar result willett. The result is dependent on the country's two biggest allies russia and iran. Dr laura james is a middle east analyst at the global advisory firm oxford analytica and. She joins me now north. Thanks for coming on. Do we have the results yet. No they're not do until friday evening I think we can make a fair guess at them. Though to be honest. I mean is there any chance that russia could perhaps derail the selection. That's no indication that they want to at the moment There's always a question. Mark over how long russia will see asset is an asset rather than a liability. But i think generally the assumption is that keeping him in place keep things relatively stable that trying to bring somebody else in certainly. It isn't a to be played to soon. Possibly at some point they could bring in somebody similar as part of a deal for western reconstruction aid. But we're very very far from that point. In iran influence iran is also supporting asset again as a source of stability and as a gateway into the country. Pro-iranian militias are playing a very important role there and iran is looking for a reconstruction con contracts and most of all a routine into lebanon where it supports the hezbollah movement so again for a run asset is an important asset.

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War-Torn Syria to Hold Presidential Elections on May 26

KHOW Marketplace

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

War-Torn Syria to Hold Presidential Elections on May 26

"Holding its grip and the mist of a civil war. Serious parliament announcing presidential election In about five weeks on May 26 with no viable opponent. The election expected to give President Bashar al Assad whose family has ruled the country for more than 50 years of fourth seven year term, Syria has never held a free and fair Democratic election This time appears to be no different. Al Assad has led a brutal crackdown on civil unrest for more than a decade, prompting accusations he is a war criminal on the

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10 Years After The Syrian War Hardship Persists On Both Sides

C-SPAN Programming

04:21 min | 1 year ago

10 Years After The Syrian War Hardship Persists On Both Sides

"10th anniversary of the uprisings in Syria that initially were part of the Arab spring. It turned into a devastating civil war with Syrian leader Bashar al Assad and his allies, principally Russia on one side against various domestic and foreign forces. On the other. War that has killed by some estimates, up to half a million people, displacing millions more, turning them into refugees, both internal and external. Doing a porter is the U. S. State Department deputy spokesperson. 10 years ago, the Syrian people peacefully took to the streets calling for basic human rights and an end to government corruption. On this anniversary, we honor the many brave Syrians who spoke out a decade ago against impression. You continue to act today documenting atrocities providing humanitarian aid and medical services. Demanding freedom and dignity for all of Syrians. United States stands with the Syrian people under the Assad regime. They have suffered innumerable atrocities and we will continue to work with the international community Throat promotes accountability. Call for the re release of those arbitrarily detained information on whereabouts of the missing and unhindered humanitarian assistance to the Syrian people who will also continue to promote global settlement in the conflict in Syria, and closed complication with our allies, Partners and the United Nations. Political settlement is the only way to the family in the complex, prevent rare suffering and provide the peace and stability The Syrian people deserve. State Department Deputy spokesperson Jolene A. Porter on a teleconference. Associated Press reports that the U. N special envoy for Syria today said that international diplomacy is crucial to end Syria's tenure. War, and it's important to establish a new format to bring together key nations with an influence on the conflict that includes the U. S. Russia, Iran, Turkey, Arab States and the European Union. Your C span. We recently interviewed for our program. The weekly freelance journalist and former captive of the group. Al Nusra. Theo Paige knows I have to follow up on your phrase a broken country. Explain what you mean. What is life like inside Syria? Why is a situation so dire? I mean, we have a We have a very owners, Thank Shin's regime imposed upon them at the moment, which perhaps even the most trivial banking connections between Syria and outside would also Selector university students who would like to send off an application fee so you can educate themselves and come back. And now the country. You can't do this. I mean, the entire country is like blockaded. Economically and way do this, because again, we're gonna punish the Syrian government. But it's the Syrian government is like fine. They have ways to get their own cash. And so the bad guys among the terrorists, too, By the way, they also have their own ways to bring in the cash, the people that are suffering and, um You know if we have any compassion or or like foresight, because because we can continue to collapse. It's like it's not at a end a state of collapse it can carry on for For a number of years, You know, slow motion collapse there millions of people that are doing their best to go out, but everyday existence there, it's hard to get money enough to like. Buy fuel toe heat up the cattle. Too keyed up evening cup of tea. That is the state that they're in. Um, Nevertheless, those people kind of like our scraping and I've got just drink in the evenings and buy some cucumber. Some rice But that can also collapse. And then there are numerous minorities. It's not just the famous our lights because, um, she asked minority that is, um, maybe four million people in Syria. The President Bashar al Assad is remember of this religious minority. Sally them They're Christians. Um, there are Shiite. There are different flavors of Christian. It's a rich tapestry or mosaic, as they often say in Arabic, and and it can be destroyed. More deeply and more prominently than it has already been destroyed. So You know, we need to have compassion and common sense with regards to Syria, and it said all we could think of to do it. Just bomb freelance

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Why Syria's civil war is still a "living nightmare" after 10 years

WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Why Syria's civil war is still a "living nightmare" after 10 years

"Today marks 10 years since the start of the Syrian civil war, which has devastated that country more from the BBC's moral. Alderson, the United Nations special envoy for Syria gape edition. Is calling for an end to what the U N describes as the country's living nightmare. 10 years after Syrians first held huge rallies, demanding peaceful political change, he's due to tell the Security Council there must be a negotiated end to the war that has since left hundreds of thousands of people in Syria dead or missing on 60% of the population at risk of hunger. Serious President Bashar al Assad's regime has been accused of war crimes. And using chemical weapons against its own

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Syria's President Bashar al-Assad tests positive for Covid-19

Morning Edition

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Syria's President Bashar al-Assad tests positive for Covid-19

"President Bashar al Assad and his wife have tested positive for the coronavirus, not a home. Z reports from Beirut that a statement from the Syrian government says both are showing minor symptoms. The president and first lady will quarantine in their home for the next 2 to 3 weeks, according to a statement carried by state news.

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Syrian president, wife test positive for coronavirus

WBZ Morning News

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Syrian president, wife test positive for coronavirus

"President Bashar al Assad and his wife have tested positive for coronavirus that news breaking this morning word from officials in Syria. Both are doing well but in recovery protocol

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Conviction in landmark case over Syrian government torture

Not Too Shabby

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Conviction in landmark case over Syrian government torture

"The German foreign minister. Hi comas has welcomed the conviction of a former Syrian secret policemen on charges of complicity in crimes against humanity. The court jailed I'll eyeball Ghareeb for 4.5 years. Jeremy Bowen reports. The convicted man he had al Carib was a relatively low level operative among thousands of others in the Syrian regime's highly developed network of coercion and repression. He rounded up suspects who were later tortured and killed at a time in 2011. When the uprising against President Bashar al Assad was gaining strength on the regime was hitting back hard. The verdict is a legal landmark. The prosecution was intended as a test case to build up a body of evidence about the actions of the regime of President Assad that could be used in other trials, not

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"bashar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"bashar" Discussed on KOMO

"Senator any club Bashar welcoming this inaugural ceremony and introducing Senator Roy Blunt, the chairman of the committee that planned it. It is smaller, more sparsely attended, and it was always going to be muted because of the pandemic and now also because of the security after the riot that happened in this place two weeks ago. Senator, But I should have known with Senator Klobuchar got involved. At least there'd be a touch of snow up here this morning. Of all the things we considered. I don't think Snow was on my agenda until I walked out the door. A moment ago. But thank you, sir. Club HR and thanks to the other members of the Joint Congressional Committee on the inauguration as we officially began the 59th inaugural ceremony. Also want to thank the joint committee staff and our partners, particularly our security partners for the day the way they have dealt with unprecedented circumstances. When I chaired the inauguration four years ago, I shared President Reagan's 1981 description of this event as commonplace and miraculous. Commonplace because we've done it every four years since 17 89. Miraculous because we've done it every four years since 17 89. Americans have celebrated this moment during war during depression. And now during pandemic. Once again all three branches of our government come together as the Constitution and visions. Once again we renew our commitment to our determined democracy, forging a more perfect union. That theme for this inauguration are determined democracy, forging a more perfect union was announced by the Joint committee before the election. With the belief that the United States can on Lee fulfill its promise and set an example for others. If we're always working to be better than we have been Constitution established that determined democracy with its first three words. Declaring the people as the source of the government. The articles of confederation hadn't done that. The Magna Carta hadn't done that on Lee. The Constitution says the government exists because the people are the source of the reason. It exists. They immediately followed those first three words with the words to form a more perfect union. The founders did not say to form a perfect union. They did not claim that in our new country, nothing would need to be improved. Fortunately, they understood that always working to be better would be the hallmark. Have a great democracy. Freedoms we have today. The nation we have today. Is not here just because it happened. On. They aren't complete a great democracy, working through the successes and beggars of our history, striving to be better than it had been. And we are more than we have been, and we are less than we hoped to be the assault on our capital at this very place just two weeks ago. Reminds us that a government designed to balance and check itself is both fragile. And resilient. During the last year. The pandemic, challenged our free and open society and called for extraordinary determination and sacrifice and still challenges us today. Meeting that challenge head on have been and are healthcare workers. Scientists, first responders essential front line workers. And so many others we depend on in so many ways. Today. We come to this moment. People all over the world as we're here are watching and.

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Ethiopian government begins offensive in Tigray capital city

KQED Newsroom

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Ethiopian government begins offensive in Tigray capital city

"Reports from northern Ethiopia say the capital of Tigre province, Me Kaylee, where dissident tplf forces are under siege is under heavy bombardment from the government army. A V. Bamford has the latest details. Aid workers into gray have confirmed a declaration texted to a news agency by the TPLF leader that medically a city of half a million people was being shelled. Ethiopian military has said it intended to seize the city within days, but would seek to avoid harming civilians. The Federal Army earlier said it had advanced to a Gula lesson 20 kilometers from Italy. Ethiopian government under Prime Minister Rbf Med has rejected ceasefire demands from the African Union, saying it is engaged in a police action. The T p L F has rejected Mr Abbas blueprint for a more centralized Ethiopian state. Iran's leaders have promised to retaliate following the assassination of the country's top nuclear scientists, which they believe was carried out by Israel. The Supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, called for the punishment of those responsible for the killing on Friday. President Hassan Rouhani also said that vengeance would come, but only when Iran decided that the time was right. CR Bashar Dylan is from BBC Persian Already the hard liners inside Iran are taking this as a sign of weakness and even blaming The government of Rouhani himself for showing weakness and emboldening the will they believe to be the Israelis and carrying out these attacks, which is not the first one of its kind. Despite the Oh the bombastic language from hard liners inside the country's screaming for revenge. What they are doing is really waiting it out till a Joe Biden administration comes in in 50 days. Germany has those all sides to show restraint following the assassination of the Iranian scientists. A German former foreign ministry spokesman talked to the need to avoid an escalation of tensions. He said it was important to preserve the scope for nuclear negotiations.

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Paprika In Hungary

Travel with Rick Steves

05:26 min | 1 year ago

Paprika In Hungary

"Let's start today's travel. With rick steves with the role a little pepper from the new world plays in that tasty cuisine of hungary. Note that today's interviews on paprika galicia where recorded just prior to the global shutdowns pepperoni as the backbone of hungarian cooking as the crucial ingredient in chicken pepper. Cash and hardy hungarian stews from mild to hot. We'll find out why this spicy so central to hungarian identity. How to best buys and pepper on your trip and we're going to learn how you can spice up. Your own meals was well to get this education hungarian paprika. We're joined by to guide tonight studio from hungary. And leonard and george farkas anna and george. Thanks for being here. Thanks for having us thrill to be well. Thank you from coming all the way from budapest a long trip. And we're gonna talk about paprika. I mean when we think of hungary we don't know a lot about hungry sometimes. But we think of paprika. What's the connection actually public. A strong connection because it is actually from the american continent and it was The physician of christopher columbus or columbus who brought it to the old world to i not to hungary of course but to spain that through the commercials of the mediterranean sea it got to the ottoman empire and when the ottoman empire extended its political power to eastern century up. We glad to not only bad things that we also got things like the patrika. What are the coffee so paprika and cuffy came as your time in the ottoman empire in paprika actually from america via columbus actually us. So i like teasing are two members and americans who is. That's why to travel here. Righ- flying through the But i like my publisher hungary. There's something romantic about having paprika in hungary. And why does hungary embrace paprika. What does it mean to hungarian. I have great micro-climate lots of sunshine. And what is very important that when we got the paprika was a hot spice and it was the hungarians who grew the might version of it it is from the nineteen twenties when in a small. Get in sega. It was kind of discovered. And since then if you come to our covid market hall you can always buy tubers the mild paprika and the hot fabric honky now. George when i go to budapest i always go to the big market hall right. But it's the name of that. Hologhan bashar knocking hungarian big market or century. You can't miss it when you're a tornado in credits. The first one out of five actually that they built at the time. And what you're going to find is well everything that hungarian cook would want to find. But certainly find peppers. See when you look for the peppers in the market. Well actually. you're not looking for peppers you looking for paprika is already well there is. It is basically a huge difference because many people don't realize it in hungary. Everything is called paprika. Let it'd be around fat skinny red yellow sweet and hot so i'm a little confused. Then so because Is it a pepper or it is a but we call it paprika but we also called a powder paprika yes because when i think of peppers and my supermarket we've got yellow ones and green ones red ones and that all of that. We call paprika even if it's Any shape really And then you have. It already powdered. If you're looking for the paprika that you cook with powdered yes okay. So it's a very unique technique to powder because One of the things that you have to be extremely careful with how you approach paprika once you grind paprika after all the time you spent with it to become dry and ready to grind. You have to do it very slowly makers as soon as you pick up speed you burn the paprika and that remains throughout its lifetime because once you come to cook it again you have to be very careful with a not to burn it because then you just have to start over again tour guides from budapest anna leonard and george farkas are filling in on the importance of peppery cup in the cuisine of hungary right now on travel with rick steves. Okay so when we're talking about this have rica and i think it goes back the days when spaces were really important. I mean spice was big money in the early days of training today today at that time and originally now why was spaces in general very important economically for people well. It was a very important product. It was expensive at that time. It was not so easy to fly from one continent to other a trip two months of making food more interesting or is it a matter of preserving food actually spicy i got to the highest study stock chrissy those who had the opportunity to get products from far far away and paprika also i was introduced for the highest stock resi in hungary after people realised it is not poisonous because i it was considered a supposin and when they discovered that it has healing effect. You know it here the colorado and screw after it they started to make its production but it was a rarity and it was very expensive so at first who is just for the very wealthy and then you learn it. It helped as medicine against scurvy and cholera. Yes but also medication. Very often is a privilege of the wealthier class. Not available for everybody. Some

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Smoking-gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukrainian businessman to VP dad

Ben Shapiro

05:10 min | 1 year ago

Smoking-gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukrainian businessman to VP dad

"The New York Post breaks a story about Hunter Biden and Joe Biden. And essentially, the story is this 100 Biden, who is in fact a crack, and I mean he is is a drug addict. He's an unsavory character. He has several hey, has had many affairs with various different Women. He's he's amassed. 100 100. Biden is just a mess is a mess of a human being. And not Joe's fault, per se. I mean, there were lots of good parents who have a message for Children. But it is Joe's fault that Joe has allowed Hunter Biden to run across the world, picking up sacks of cash by trading on his last name. And that is 100,000 has been doing for years. Right victim. Sacks of cash in China picked up sacks of cash in Ukraine, and for a long time conservatives have been focused in on 100 Biden's activities with regard to charisma. Now the original narrative with regard a breeze must breeze. My Satan is a natural gas and oil company in Ukraine, 100 was sitting on the board of the company and picking up checks for $50,000 a month despite the fact that he didn't know anything. About natural gas or oil, despite the fact that he himself was a personal mess. The only reason he was on that board is because he was related to Joe Biden. Joe Biden was then the vice president of the United States and largely in charge of Ukrainian policy. Well, Joe Biden and bragged on tape about getting one of the chief prosecutor's over in Ukraine fired He threatened with hold $1 billion in foreign aid to Ukraine until they fired this guy. Joe Biden always claimed that it had nothing to do with Hunter. This prosecutor claimed that he was about to investigate bereavement that was the company Hunter was working for. The chain has never quite been made. So there's a lot of controversy over the over whether Victor Shokhin, who was that prosecutor was actually going to prosecute charisma. There was indeed a lot of focus on Victor Shokhin is a possible corrupt figure inside Ukraine. Lot of people in Europe wanted. See Victor Show can go as the chief prosecutor in Ukraine, Biden has always claimed that his firing of victim Victor Shokhin was on the up and up. Soaking has always claimed that it was corrupt. That controversy has been out there for quite a while. What is unchallenged is that Joe Biden's family members ranging from his brother to his son, use his name in order to make money for themselves. And that does have an element of corruption to it. Now, The best that you can say about it is that Joe Biden turned a blind eye to it. Right. And this is sort of like show has argued Joe Biden has said, Well, I didn't know about it. Nobody ever did anything. Nobody ever did anything, man. Nobody. Come on, man. Come on. I never no, no. Come on. Okay, so Here's the bombshell. The New York Post reports that 100 Biden actually brokered a meaning between a Ukrainian oligarchs who was a breeze, MMA chief member and Joe Biden directly That's what one of these emails tended to suggest. So here's the story from the New York Post 100 Biden introduce his father, then Vice President Joe Biden, top executive in the Ukrainian energy firm less than a year before the elder Biden pressure government officials into Ukraine into in Ukraine into firing a prosecutor who is investigating the company, according to emails obtained by the post. Never before revealed meeting is mentioned in a message of appreciation that are sky and an advisor to the Board of Charisma allegedly sent Hunter Biden on April 17th 2015, about a year after Hunter joined the charisma board and reported salary of up to 50 grand a month. The email reads Deer hunter. Thank you for inviting me to D C and giving an opportunity to meet your father and spend some time together. It's really an honor and a pleasure. An earlier email from May 2014. Also shows are sky reportedly bereavement number three exact asking Hunter for advice on how you could use your influence on the company's behalf. A blockbuster correspondence is The New York Post reports flies in the face of Joe Biden's claim that he has never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings. It's containing a massive from of data recovered from a laptop computer. Computer was dropped off, apparently at a repair shop in Biden's home state of Delaware in April 2019, according to the store's owner, other material extracted from the computer, including raunchy 12 Minute video that appears to show Admitted struggling with addiction problems smoking crack. Well engaged in a sex act with an unidentified woman, as well as numerous other sexually explicit images. The customer who brought in the water damage Mac book pro for a pair never paid for the service were retrieved it or a higher drive on which its contents restored, according to the shop owner who said he tried repeatedly to contact Shop owner couldn't positively identify the customer as Hunter Biden but said that the laptop for a sticker from the Beau Biden Foundation, named after hundreds of late brother and former Delaware attorney general Photos of a devil or a federal subpoena given to the Post show that both the computer and hard drive was seized by the FBI in December after the shop's owner says he alerted the feds to their existence before turning over the gear, according to the shop owner. He made a copy of the hard drive and later gave it to former Mayor Rudy Giuliani's later Barbara Costello. Steve Bannon, the former adviser to President Trump told the post about the existence of the hard drive in late September. Giuliani provided the post with a copy of it on Sunday. Less than eight months after Bashar sky thanks Hunter Biden for the introduction to his dad, the then vice president admittedly pressure Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk into getting rid of Prosecutor General Viktor Shokhin by threatening to withhold a $1 billion US loan guarantee during a December 2015 trip to Kiev by an infamously brag to the Council on Foreign Relations. I looked at them and said I'm leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired. You're not getting money.

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"bashar" Discussed on Nighttime Conversations With Steve and Freja

Nighttime Conversations With Steve and Freja

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"bashar" Discussed on Nighttime Conversations With Steve and Freja

"Know what would heard her sixth grade boyfriend fake in? Would he? Feel heard about it sounds like those saints the more. Okay. You are with you the more okay. Everybody else will be. You and. By two days later, she was completely over the hesitation and in that little sixth grade drama that she had going on about. Coming out. To. Herself. And So. You know in in the nearly twenty years I've been doing this what I've seen over and over and over. Is that so many women. Would not given the support. That they need. To be who they truly are. In a while they were young. In that, so they weren't given the foundation. Of. Like emotional freedom to discover who they truly are as they grew older. and. Young. Like I. Look at my parents. And the generation before them the women had a very specific role to play and you know. So my parents were born in the thirties. and. You don't get divorced. Although lots of people did get a divorce from generation but a whole lot of people you just don't do that. And I. Look at my mom and she. Like after my dad died she awesome in the really strong woman that had lots to say just like she came out of her shell. And so after my dad passed, I, was like there's the woman that I always knew was in there. You know. Growing up with a cultural training that she had it wasn't okay to to speak out and whenever she did. What I noticed was my dad's insecurities would get triggered in. He would kinda shut her down as best. He could. In you know in all the ways that Shut women down. And the. In this is one example in. You know hundreds of them through my years of practice. That women were not. Given. The support and guidance and freedom to be who they truly are. In in a really don't to be a man Bashar visits. That's not how I. Feel better than all but. The way that I see it functioning is that when men's insecurities get triggered by a woman standing in her power. That's when the problems start and women have to ultimately make the choice..

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Rights groups ask Germany to probe Syria chemical attacks

Morning Edition

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Rights groups ask Germany to probe Syria chemical attacks

"Groups have filed a criminal complaint in Germany. NPR's Rob Schmitz reports from Berlin. They're asking German prosecutors to investigate chemical weapons attacks in Syria. Three human rights groups chose to file their suit in Germany because the country applies the principle of universal jurisdiction, allowing allowing it it to to try try crimes crimes committed committed elsewhere. elsewhere. The The groups groups want want German German prosecutors prosecutors to to probe probe the the deadly deadly sarin sarin attacks attacks on on two two suburbs suburbs of of Damascus Damascus that that occurred occurred in in 2013 2013 and and 2017. 2017. Killing Killing more more than than 1400 1400 people. people. They They argue argue there there is is plenty plenty of of evidence evidence to to blame blame Syrian Syrian President President Bashar Bashar Assad Assad for for the the attacks attacks In In April April 2 2 former former members of Syria's secret police went on trial in Germany accused of crimes against humanity over the torture of thousands of opposition protesters. Groups, a dossier they submitted to German prosecutors this week contains new information about the attacks, including some gleaned from former Syrian government officials who have sense defected. Rob Schmitz. NPR NEWS Berlin In the Central

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US slaps new sanctions on Syrian entities and individuals

Not Too Shabby

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

US slaps new sanctions on Syrian entities and individuals

"States has imposed new sanctions on Syrian individuals and financial entities affiliated with President Bashar al Assad. The Treasury Department ordered the freezing of assets in the U. S belonging to has I'm careful the governor off Syria's central bank, as well as those off two sisters off the powerful financial Yes, Ibrahim, who was targeted last month.

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Cities Experiment With Remedy for Poverty: Cash, No Strings Attached

The KFBK Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Cities Experiment With Remedy for Poverty: Cash, No Strings Attached

"Now experimenting with a remedy for poverty, and that would be cash. No strings attached. That's just Ah, what he's already doing right? Yes, he's doing that other cities are not following suit. Critics point to several potential drawbacks. First. If only people below a certain income, received the transfers and aren't required to work. They may hesitate to take a job quote giving money to people no strings attached. Changes behavior, said Douglas. Bashar. Al, He's a professor of public policy at the University of Maryland. Quote. We create incentives. We don't like her want unquote,

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Lebanon tribunal names 4 suspects in Hariri killing

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:55 min | 2 years ago

Lebanon tribunal names 4 suspects in Hariri killing

"Is more than. Fifteen years since Lebanon's Prime Minister Rafic, Hariri was killed in a massive car bomb along with twenty one others. Later today an international caught near The Hague will hand down verdicts in the trial of four people accused of planning and carrying out the attack the four accused of of the Iran backed militia and political party. Hasballah. Hezbollah itself is not formally accused. Well, let's hear from the journalist and multiple twenty four regular contributor in Beirut Leyla Milana Allen Lali you're standing outside the very hotel in front of which Rafic Hariri was killed. What sense is in Beirut today that the justice will be done. There is very little sense. the families, all of the twenty one people other than because eighty who were killed as well as the nearly three hundred injured have waited as you say, over fifteen years justice taking a very long time this commission to come through with this, and the problems are a few of course many people here feel that the responsibility lies with the Syrian regime and through has through then has one. and. The five men on trial here all labeled as Hezbollah supporters because they found it very difficult to actually find evidence to show that they his bumbling members because, of course. Is So secretive I'm one of the biggest problems is that must have budgeted dean who was the main sort of ringleader debt these indictments who was accused of having set. The whole thing was known very well as the military imam to Hezbollah was killed in two thousand sixteen an attack on Damascus APP while his was helping Bashar Assad's regime with the wool there. So he was the one person who is very easy to link to Hezbollah and the only evidence they have all circumstantial evidence from these mobile phone networks. So as we expected, the indictment will come through the verdict will. Saying that before remaining men all guilty lane attempts about those who are accused of the murder of the prime minister. said a five men who stand accused have all been labeled Hezbollah supporters and that's because it's incredibly difficult to prove that they were in fact, Hezbollah members everyone in Lebanon believes that that. The majority of people believe that Kennedy was assassinated at because he was starting to pull away from supporting the Syrian regime who'd had troops stationed in Lebanon nearly thirty years all the way through the civil war and afterwards, and of course, we now know that Hezbollah very heavily H. Two zero. But this was all just sort of starting not link between Syria and Iran and Hezbollah but the main man was accused of being the ringleader. Organized the whole nation is most of that that the WHO was very well known as the head of the military wing of Hezbollah but he was killed in two, thousand sixteen and attacks Damascus Apple, which means he's no longer in the indictments and he was the only person. It was very easy to direct the link because there was evidence that he walls a top commander in. Bola. So I, the that means that it's very unlikely has itself will be named in the verdict today it will simply be. These men and then these men haven't been found the Lebanese government has been able to find. Her Bella is a big portion Lebanese government and the chief of Hezbollah nationalize long maintained that he absolutely does not see any of independence in this inquiry he says that it's funded by Israel and he says that there is no way that they will ever hand over these suspects old they will ever be found and historic has very good at hiding its top guys who've been involved in operations in. Lebanon in Syria and even Iran many think that these four worship over to Iran. So even if that comes through in the verdict is guilty as we expect, there's not really going to be any justice indeed has on Rolla said that Hezbollah isn't worried or isn't remotely concerned with today's verdicts but what will the repercussions be? The repercussions are unlikely to be much at this point, and that's for a few reasons I, Ne- as I said standing outside the. Hotel, which at the time in two, thousand and five win this thousand kilograms of TNT when pages devastating crater in the middle of the road and destroying all the buildings around loons lodge in the public consciousness here you there had been assassinations in the years off the list of this by the largest active. So many people because whoever was responsible really wasn't taking any chances and it was enormous copy. And other than the two thousand, six war with Israel, which was very different because it's a war in terms of an explosion going off in a very recognizable. Popular Ponte. out of nowhere that was the one that was remembered. Of course, until two weeks ago, two, thousand, seven, hundred and fifty tons of ammonium nitrate. In the port, just a few hundred meters down the road from this hotel. Injuring seven thousand people or more chilling up to two hundred, and still don't have a full body copy. What is still missing Susan now is far more would have. Done that assassination the other thing is that at the time, it was very shocking that people. Had Eighty was really associated with post for Lebanon. He was the symbol of course will Lebanon deeply loved by international leaders around the world as well as many Lebanese and so the idea that the Syrian regime would dad's kill him has would dare to kill him with. So shocking even though of course, assassinations were quite common but he was he was such. An important figure now firstly, since then of course, we've seen brushing Alaska wage a almost decade long bloody war against his own citizens in Syria we've seen very clearly now those strong legs between Hezbollah Syria and Iran Hezbollah work soldiers full bachelor says regime in the civil war in Syria. So nobody would be remote. You surprised now that that they all responsible. And the other issue of course is the fact that. Sad had eighty I think Kennedy some kind of stepped in his stead very much because he was the son and that's why he was given so much faith especially young age and has become such an important figure in politics here. But in the last year, we've seen a rudy seismic shift in Lebanese. Politics. People say that happens every fifteen years the lost round with two, thousand, five, thousand, and six before the civil war ended in one, thousand, nine, hundred before about. It started in nineteen, seventy five, and now of two, thousand, one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty weeks but newest protest movement Saudi the is very much seen as one of those political elites people out. So the younger generation at least don't have that same attachment to the family and time to seeing them as such an important force a good and for future movements, which is what that party is called Ford Movement in Lebanon So really this bird apartment, of course for the families. Of those killed and injured is not really going to have that much of an impact with so much else going on right now.

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UN-backed court to issue verdicts in Lebanon's Hariri case

All Of It

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

UN-backed court to issue verdicts in Lebanon's Hariri case

"A U. N backed court in The Hague will deliver its verdict later today on four men accused of the assassination of Lebanon's former prime Minister Rafik Hariri in a car bomb 15 years ago. Jeremy Bone reports Rafiq al Hariri and 21 others were killed when a massive bomb blerp is motorcade in Beirut. His followers blamed Syria. A few months earlier, President Bashar al Assad had threatened her Riri for questioning Syria's right to dominate Lebanon. Before Hezbollah men still accused were relatively low level operatives. They won't be in court as the leader Hassan Nasrallah, refused to give them up. He denies accusations that Hezbollah killed Hariri, perhaps on the orders of its backers in Syria and Iran.

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"bashar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"bashar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Price from away so the client obviously has no interest whatsoever that the cleaner fish, it's the mucus. And so The test is conflict of interest. The cleaner fish one street mucus. The client wants to clean a fish to eat parasites. And therefore the clients have to find means to make the cleaner fish it against its preference. So what happens? Bashar? He found that the cleaner wrasse is much more likely to cheat and take mucus from a resident fish, the kind that can't just move his business to another cleaner like monopoly power. They can extract a higher price, whereas You know, in a more open market where the fish can travel in shock, they have to raise the quality of service so they're more gentle. Here is something else. Bashar e found if the supply of cleaner wrasse is in a given area decreased The remaining cleaners had more leverage so when Bashar would manipulate conditions in the reef He like just took half of the grass is out of the reef. The ones that remained immediately started taking more bites from their clients. But the clients do have recourse if a cleaner wrasse takes too big of a bite. A client will chase the cleaner fish away and to clean a fish will remember that this particular client chased it. And then this particular client comes back 20 minutes later, half an hour later to clean a fish. Remember? Okay here, my relationship with this client. It's not particularly good. So I have to make up for for the bad service last time. And to clean a fish will give this resident a particularly good service. And there's no doubt in your mind that they really do remember the individual fish. Yeah, he did experiments on this. Yeah. Redwan Bashar e has by now spent two decades studying the cleaner wrasse long enough to convince him and his fellow animal behaviorists..

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"bashar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"bashar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Price from away so the client obviously has no interest whatsoever. The cleaner fish, It's the mucus. And so So there's this conflict of interest. The cleaner fish one street mucus. The client wants to clean a fish street parasites and therefore the clients have to find means to make to clean a fish it against its preference. So what happens? Bashar e found that the cleaner wrasse is much more likely to cheat and take mucus from a resident fish, the kind that can't just move his business to another cleaner power. They can extract a higher price. Where, as you know, in a more open market where the fish can travel in shop, they have to raise the quality of service so they're more gentle. Here is something else, Bashar e found if the supply of cleaner wrasse is in a given area decreased, the remaining cleaners have more leverage. So when Bashar would manipulate Conditions in the reef. If he liked just took half of the grass is out of the reef. The ones that remained immediately started taking more bites from their clients. But the clients do have recourse if a cleaner wrasse takes too big of a bite. Client will chase the cleaner fish away and to clean a fish will remember that this particular client chased it and when this particular client comes back 20 minutes later, half an hour later. Akina fish, Remember? Okay here, my relationship with this client. It's not particularly good. So I have to make up for for the bad service last time. And to clean a fish will give this resident a particularly good service. And there's no doubt in your mind that they really do remember the individual fish. Yeah, we did experiments on this. Yeah. Redwan Bashar e has by now spent two decades studying the cleaner wrasse long enough to convince him and his fellow animal behaviorists..

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"bashar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"bashar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Of Syrian president Bashar Assad was sentenced to four years in prison in France Wednesday for illegally using Syrian state funds to build a French real estate empire we get the latest from the BBC's Hugh Schofield rebuttal outside is the brother of Bashar's father the late president Hafiz the last sat and for many years he was a power in the land but in nineteen eighty four he fell out with his brother after a hard hearted coup attempt and went into exile the prosecution case rested on the claim that in return for agreeing to keep out of Syria Rifaat al Assad came to Europe with the promise of money which was then siphon to him from the Syrian state coffers with this money he can build up a French property empire including mansions in Paris and a shot to land an even bigger portfolio in Spain the defense argued that the money he received was in fact personal gifts from the readers of Saudi Arabia the anti corruption groups launched legal proceedings more townhall dot com Amtrak will cut service later this year on most of its long distance routes nationwide got changed to three times a week instead of the current daily service because ridership has fallen significantly during the corona virus pandemic the cuts will take effect October first to remain in place until at least the summer of twenty twenty one the daily service could be restored if demand improves along its long distance routes Jim Matthews of the rail passengers association advocacy group says he thinks the cuts are short sighted and will hurt long term demand for these routes Keith Peters Washington unacceptable that show a top federal officials describing an hours long nation wide outage and T. mobile on Monday the outage.

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"bashar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"bashar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Our party and visitation our best chance of beating dolls from Canada who do the work hard work who can build a campaign to unite our party she says he's building a movement to take back our democracy Joe Biden's about fourteen hundred votes behind Warren he left the state before the polls polls close business manager Yang has dropped out of the race for the democratic party's twenty twenty nomination Yang told supporters he didn't want to accept more donations and support for race for you that he will not win you know I am the math guy and it is clear tonight from the numbers that we are not going to win this race Colorado senator Michael Bennet also announced he's dropping his long shot bid for the oval office Syrian rebels have shut down a government helicopter killing the two crew members on board government forces are close to capturing the last rebel held part of a strategic highway connecting northern and southern Syria if that happens it'll be the first time since twenty twelve the roads under full control a Syrian president Bashar Assad a study by the Cleveland Clinic as found people who drink coffee on a regular basis could have stronger bones say look at five hundred sixty four people that's exact family coffee drinkers had a higher bone mineral density one researcher says three metabolites in particular associated with increased bone density but he noted the study group was small and then signs around coffee consumption and bone health has been conflicted check a crash in south LA this one is the one the one ten freeway it's traveling southbound coming up on Florence Avenue that's for the second lane from the left is blocked and big delays are stacking up all the way out of downtown LA leaving the five freeway that solution park so watch out there northbound slowing away from just about Adams in south LA heading back towards the five and it's also a mass as you make your way through Hollywood even though a wreck on the one on one north of a four highland is wrapped up we're still seeing a back up away from Belle rose out of Hollywood delays continue all the way to white oak in Encino and the drive in Orange County still pretty tough on the four oh five north found out of Costa mesa delays from Fairview and pretty heavy ahead towards beach Boulevard in Huntington beach and the drive in Ontario pretty stacked right at the interchange of the ten and the fifteen so watch for big delays there K. after high in the sky helps get you there faster I mean to Martinez you're pretty forecast next well you've got to change storage companies I'll tell you what right now you go to a company you go to your storage unit and you forgot your key the gates always mass stop is.

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"bashar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"bashar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The move immediately sent stock prices tumbling the new terror soul had a vast range of consumer products including cellphone toys and sneakers senator Kamel I Harrison representative Tulsi Gabbard continue their criticism of each other as Wednesday night's debate over Harris's record as a prosecutor spilled into Thursday now Harris said as she wasn't surprised by the attacks he did question Gabbard passed though anchoring a meeting with Syrian dictator Bashar al Assad as she called her and Assad apologist Gabbard was questioned about that on CNN well first of all let's talk about what you're addressing here and I I don't dispute anything that you're saying there is a brutal dictator just like Saddam Hussein just like a dolphin Libya the reason that I'm so outspoken on this issue of ending is wasteful regime change wars is because I have seen first hand this high human cost of war and the impact that has on my fellow brothers and sisters in uniform you know Chris I respect you because you spent a lot of time throughout your career shining a light on the challenges that veterans face when they come home I will do anything and everything that I possibly can to stop sending our men and women in uniform into harm's way fighting in these wasteful counterproductive wars Congress woman deserves nothing but respect I'm not disputing that I think it's a leader even but here's what I'm asking even if you put yourself finish let me finish this point because because it's it's a cinch it is central to the question that you're asking I will never apologize to anyone for doing all that I can to prevent more of my brothers and sisters in uniform from being sent into harm's way to fight in these wasteful counterproductive regime change wars even if it means meeting with a brutal dictator focused on that objective keeping the American people safe Harris called Gabbard and assign apologist for her past comments comments including a he's not a threat to the U. S. K. and a call him a war criminal despite his use of gas on his own people California's governor has signed a new law limiting full contact football practice.

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"bashar" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"bashar" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Are. Yeah. Oh, this is a discussion on democratic underground. Oh, no. People point out things you otherwise wouldn't have seen. I'm not sure if you've noticed that this person, it's actually not a hate letter. I actually constructive criticism. No, no. In which I agree with that. I've said on the air myself. Okay. So. Started the conversation. I feel like in this crazy world is it's nice to people together. It's a discussion thread. Who says she's a true progressive? Here we go with. Gotta have the. Trump in the right way. Okay. Who says she's a true progressive? I never thought. So I've never been overly impressed with her. She's never seemed all right to me. The other person wrote back. Where's that little thing? Sound effects? Totally I've ever claimed. I am. I think I have made the point. Okay. The first one back. I think you just made her point. Thank you. Progressive purity tests, her point was that we shouldn't Bashar candidates or have purity tests for them. I agree with you actually, Stephanie can't hold a candle to Rachel maddow's intellect. Well, again, I made that very. Against who. Can she's one of the smartest people in the universe?.

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"bashar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:45 min | 3 years ago

"bashar" Discussed on KTOK

"Bashar. And I heard this congressman Mike Simpson. From Idaho, say the same thing, another so-called originalists and leftists. And everybody's saying this that's unravel. Some of this. Have any of these individuals? You just heard any of them. Claim that the administrative state is unconstitutional. Have any of them? That is all the departments and agencies that right laws isn't congress opposed to write laws and legislate under article one? Well, then how can the EPA right laws and the agriculture department and the education department how can all these departments right loss. They like to call and regulations and rules, but they have the same impact. You can go to prison if he violated regulation rule that is by department by bureaucracy. And so they've conferred this massive power on this federal leviathan this massive bureaucracy to legislate. And then they sit there and they pretend that therefore separation of powers. They're not for separation of powers. I can't think of one conservative in the Senate or one conservative in the house who has proposed eliminating a single department or agency based on the constitution separation of powers. I can't think of one can you? I can't think of one anymore who argues that these departments and agencies are unconstitutional, can you? This supreme court itself has ruled that it's constitutional. Unfortunately, you, and I we we are ruled by a massive bureaucracy that passes laws every single day and sits in the executive branch under article to Mr. Schumer. Tell me Mr. Schumer ObamaCare that is managed department of health and human services, and they've issued hundreds and hundreds of regulations is that unconstitutional, Mr. Schumer, Mr. article one. Of course, they're not going to say it is. So that's the first point. They do not believe in separation of powers. It is. They who are they hypocrites mister Simpson. Mr. Tillis, MS Murkowski and all the rest of them. Number two. How many of these people propose, repealing DACA? How many of them propose repealing DACA? Doc was clearly unconstitutional. Violation of separation of powers. Why? Because Obama put that in place without any statutory authority from congress whatsoever. He knew it was on constitutional. He said as much a year before. But he did it anyway. Has Chuck Schumer gone to the Senate floor and said this violates article one separation of powers are right to legislate that Obama legislated and Loevaas that it's dictatorial unconstitutional. Of course, not has Scarborough now. Give Murkowski proposed legislation to repeal ObamaCare based on the fact that Ed violates separation of powers. No, she's not. How about all? These other putative originalists not one of them. Now with address that number three. Number three. They talk about the right to appropriate. They put in statutes themselves, congress passes statutes. Putting statutes themselves language that gives a president flexibility to move money around within accounts and from one account to another. The president is citing those statutes. Unlike Obama, the president is citing congressional statutes signed by previous presidents. As the legal authority. For acting. He's not creating something out of whole cloth. He sees a national emergency. Of course, the Democrats don't they've been obstructing every effort. He's been trying to make through the usual process. He's defined the dam wall the same processes they used to support. Now they oppose it because they him. Now they oppose it because they wanna turn purple states blue and red states purple it is they who are violating American sovereignty. It is they who don't give a damn about the constitution. When I talk about a seventy to ninety percent marginal tax rate when they talk about a wealth tax. Where is this stuff in the constitution? When I talk about a green new deal that will nationalize every game. Enter your home, your car and your business. Where's that in the constitution? And where is it in the constitution that the commander in chief looking with his own two is at the southern border that they're wide open. That drugs are pouring in that criminals. Gang. Members are pouring in and other people. We don't even know who they are in violation of existing immigration laws that affect our national security. At law enforcement and local governments and state governments and private property rights. Where is it written that he has to sit on his hands? While congress has violated the constitution time and time and time again by creating departments and agencies that legislate left, and right, and right and left. Finally, we have a president who says I want to do something about this. And he can't even count on every single member of his party in the United States Senate, and he can't even count on every member of his party in the house of representatives. They twist the constitution. They twist their arguments. These clowns go to the floor of the house and the Senate every day, and they violate in defiance of the constitution. They vote in defiance of the constitution. Now, let's walk through this when I return, so you can feel very very comfortable that you're not a hypocrite that you are a constitutionalist and originalist and all these others are carnival barkers. We'll be right back. Mark levin..

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"bashar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"bashar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Bashar. And I heard this congressman Mike Simpson. From Idaho, say the same thing and other so-called originalists and leftists. And everybody's saying this that's unraveling. Some of this. Have any of these individuals? You just heard any of them. Claim that the administrative state is unconstitutional. Have any of them? That is all the departments and agencies that right laws. Is it congress opposed to write laws and legislated under article one? Well, then how can the EPA right laws and the agriculture department and the education department how can all these departments right laws. They liked to Conrad relations enrolls, but they have the same impact. You can go to prison if he violated regulation rule that is issued by department by bureaucracy. And so they've conferred this massive power on this federal leviathan this massive bureaucracy to legislate. And then they sit there and they pretend that therefore separation of powers. They're not for separation of powers. I can't think of one conservative in the Senate or one conservative in the house who has proposed eliminating a single department or agency based on the constitution separation of powers. I can't think of one can you? I can't think of one anymore who argues that these departments and agencies are unconstitutional, can you? This supreme court itself has ruled that it's constitutional. Unfortunately, you, and I we we are ruled by a massive bureaucracy the passes laws every single day and sits in the executive branch under article to Mr. Schumer. Tell me Mr. Schumer ObamaCare that is managed out of the parliament of health and human services, and they've issued hundreds and hundreds of regulations is that unconstitutional, Mr. Schumer article one. Of course, they're not going to say it is. So that's the first point. They do not believe in separation of powers. It is..

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"bashar" Discussed on Veterans Helping Veterans

Veterans Helping Veterans

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"bashar" Discussed on Veterans Helping Veterans

"We'll see you guys on the next Bashar our all day mastery. Will this is Jay we'll be signing up for now. That's the here to the bathroom. Our the best. I was brought to you beheaded dot com. Stay do next week for another dish of the bachelor and the had dot com blow up radio show. Thanks for listening. Oh god. Come on. No. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's employee of the month two months in a row. Leave a message at the. Hi, jamie. It's me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool. So when it's like tell us what you want to pay. Hey, and the trombone goes, blah, blah, blah, and you say, we'll help you find coverage options that fit your budget. Then we just all do finger snaps while a choir goes, savings coming at ya. Savings coming at Joe. Yes. No. Maybe. Anyway, see you practice tonight. I got new lyrics for the rap break. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Price and coverage match limited by state law..

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"bashar" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"bashar" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"I have like. Laughing because like you're happy or laughing because like I'm laughing because we're sort of said happened to me before I leave the house already of a stain on my shirt, even though I touched nothing. You know what I mean? I'm I'm like, whatever I'm used to it. Okay. This girl asked and I'm asking because I want answer it. But I wanna hear your guys this too is tips on staying calm leading up to the wedding day. I'm seriously freaking out. That's what this then. So how did you guys stay calm leading up to your wedding day? I think just like. Right. A letter to your spouse. I was I was I was that was like a good thing to do like write a letter to them for the day. That's I guess it was like the day of the week of. Whatever. But like, keep your friends close and keep your family close and just like soak it up because it really does go so fast that wedding day does flies by. Yeah. I feel like the best thing to do is just try to keep in the moments. And it's like cliche is that is but. I've just I don't know. It was such a whirlwind for me. It really just goes so fast. And the next thing, you know, you're it's all over. You're like why? But I don't know just keep your family and friends close and just try to enjoy it. Yeah. It's okay. To be nervous. I was terrified. I had to memorize my vows terrified, I was going to mess. It all up. That was I'm not going to memorize the minute. You walk down the aisle, though. Like, it is the best feeling in the world. Like, you feel everybody member it scared. I'm gonna be blacked out because my. I had a ton of clarity walking down the aisle. Like, I just remember like this feeling so much love from everybody in the room and just being like, so happy like I remember like smiling and giggling the whole time, I was up there because it just like it was it was I don't know. It was very clear moment for me. Yeah. I was also really scared. I was gonna forget my vows and somehow late is like came out of my mouth. I'm like, Whoa. whoa. That's greasing. Yeah. I I remember so our wedding. We did actually didn't even know if it's going to happen because there was all that bachelor in paradise drama going on they shut down the show, and we're like, and they were like if we shut down the show. Do we have to shutdown Evan Carly's wedding because that's supposed to happen. And I just remember like. I having this really weird calming since about me being like if this wedding is to pose to happen. It's gonna happen. So I'm not going to freak out about it. I don't know. Why felt that way? I just knew that it was going to. And then when I got there, I felt really calm about the whole thing. They wouldn't let me go in the sun because we're scared. I was gonna get a son suntan in headlines. So I remember that being annoying and that was a little stressful. But the only thing I was really stressed out about was they make you when you get married on Bashar TV they make you memorize your vows Jada saying in that to me it was too overwhelming because I didn't even know that until the night before..

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"bashar" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"bashar" Discussed on KCRW

"Wanted to tell you something remember you at gas people being assaulted, well, I want to lunch and my girlfriend was eight. Oh. Six out of the. Did that they had been sexually assaulted back in the fifties. And never said anything never. Well, it made me feel. Works like. Shoulder because the same person who weather salted why these. Girls. And we both said nothing. Are you at the theater every night six to nine one? Oh when I was in high school. And when I get out I had to walk home, and she would be. Doc. Hall was about a mile away. Get up to. Place where it was quite boarded. This guy jumped out of awards said he had a big rock and. And he told me if you scream out Bashar ahead. Oh, you know why? We have no good Engand. In my head off. Get off me. Away. No, he ran away. Later on that night. The one and only place them. John came up to my house. That night. We know who did this and. Talk with him. And that was it. Scared me enough. Oh by whole life. I. The. Bhadra put your hand on my shoulder. And I swim. I am. Scattered. Yeah..

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"bashar" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bashar" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Common understanding with our allies of the need to counteract the Iran regimes revolutionary gender countries can increasingly understand that we must confront the tola. Not cobbled them nations are rallying to our side to confront the regime like never before Egypt, Oman, Kuwait and Jordan have all been instrumental if Thorning Iran's efforts to evade sanctions, the UAE has cancelled its imports of Iranian condensate following the reimposition of American. Sanctions Bahrain is exposed the revolution. Got proxies that are active in its country, which and working is working to stop Iran's illicit maritime activities in its region. He went on to say this about what happens when America withdraws from the region. Cut number twenty of the secretary of state speech in Cairo yesterday. Embolden the regime spread it's influence the Yemen to Iraq to Syria and still further into Lebanon. Our America's passion for wishful thinking, let us to look the other way as Hezbollah a wholly owned subsidiary of the Iranian accumulated, a massive heart arsenal of approximately one hundred and thirty thousand rockets and missiles. They stored and position these weapons and Lebanese towns and villages in flagrant violation of international law. That arson was aimed squarely at our ally. Israel. And Bashar Assad unleash terror upon ordinary Syrians and.

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