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Strong quake shakes southern Peru, but no report of victims

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Strong quake shakes southern Peru, but no report of victims

"A strong earthquake has hit Peru The magnitude 7.2 quake has shaken a remote region of southern Peru sending frightened people running into the streets in nearby Bolivia too though there have been no immediate reports of damage or injury The U.S. geological survey says the 7 a.m. quake was sent at 8 miles northwest of azam garo but was fairly deep 135 miles beneath the surface the quake swayed some buildings in La Paz the capital of neighboring Bolivia and was felt in other Peruvian cities as well as in northern Chile I'm Charles De

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Mashed Or Fried (MM #4022)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 months ago

Mashed Or Fried (MM #4022)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. There are some foods in life. You really don't even think about. You just eat. Potatoes are one of those foods for me. I don't care if it's mashed, baked, fried, dotted. I love potatoes. They're filling, and well, they get the job done. What I didn't realize is where potatoes come from. I don't even think about it. Here in America, we think, well, they're from Idaho because Idaho grows the most potatoes. But I found out the other day when I was just reading the trivia question online that the potato actually comes from a wild plant located in southern Peru and parts of Bolivia, unknown to the entire world until the Spanish conquest of the Americas in the 1600s. And I wonder how they knew to eat or find it. That's the interesting part to me. And once you think about that, well, how exactly did they decide to bake it and fry it and mash it? Well, it's just fascinating stuff to me. And I got lost for about an hour reading about the genus of potatoes. I know most people don't even think about it anymore. It's just one of those things from the time we're a kid. We start eating and we either love or we hate. I don't know many people who don't love potatoes in some form or fashion.

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Mashed Or Fried (MM #4022)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 months ago

Mashed Or Fried (MM #4022)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. There are some foods in life. You really don't even think about. You just eat. Potatoes are one of those foods for me. I don't care if it's mashed, baked, fried, dotted. I love potatoes. They're filling, and well, they get the job done. What I didn't realize is where potatoes come from. I don't even think about it. Here in America, we think, well, they're from Idaho because Idaho grows the most potatoes. But I found out the other day when I was just reading the trivia question online that the potato actually comes from a wild plant located in southern Peru and parts of Bolivia, unknown to the entire world until the Spanish conquest of the Americas in the 1600s. And I wonder how they knew to eat or find it. That's the interesting part to me. And once you think about that, well, how exactly did they decide to bake it and fry it and mash it? Well, it's just fascinating stuff to me. And I got lost for about an hour reading about the genus of potatoes. I know most people don't even think about it anymore. It's just one of those things from the time we're a kid. We start eating and we either love or we hate. I don't know many people who don't love potatoes in some form or fashion.

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Mashed Or Fried (MM #4022)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 months ago

Mashed Or Fried (MM #4022)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. There are some foods in life. You really don't even think about. You just eat. Potatoes are one of those foods for me. I don't care if it's mashed, baked, fried, dotted. I love potatoes. They're filling, and well, they get the job done. What I didn't realize is where potatoes come from. I don't even think about it. Here in America, we think, well, they're from Idaho because Idaho grows the most potatoes. But I found out the other day when I was just reading the trivia question online that the potato actually comes from a wild plant located in southern Peru and parts of Bolivia, unknown to the entire world until the Spanish conquest of the Americas in the 1600s. And I wonder how they knew to eat or find it. That's the interesting part to me. And once you think about that, well, how exactly did they decide to bake it and fry it and mash it? Well, it's just fascinating stuff to me. And I got lost for about an hour reading about the genus of potatoes. I know most people don't even think about it anymore. It's just one of those things from the time we're a kid. We start eating and we either love or we hate. I don't know many people who don't love potatoes in some form or fashion.

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Hitmakers BTS stamp their authority on American Music Awards

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Hitmakers BTS stamp their authority on American Music Awards

"BTS were named artist of the year at the American music awards marches are a letter with the latest it's B. T. as performing my universe with Coldplay at the AMA's courtesy of M. R. C. bi T. as one artist of the year and two other awards and singer R. M. says they're fortunate to have each other and the fans seven not a user Matt and support from all the armies all over the world Bolivia rodrico won the new artist trophy her only award after leading the nominations with seven

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Liberals Continue to Push Everyday Racism Against White People

Mark Levin

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Liberals Continue to Push Everyday Racism Against White People

"I'm really getting sick and tired Of the racism that is being pushed every single day in the media by the Democrat party at school board meetings by members of Congress I am sick of it And by racism I mean you can say anything you want Anything About a white person or white people Joy Reid is a bigot and she's a homophobe and she's disgusting And I'll get back to her in a minute And she's not alone We've critical race theory being pushed throughout our society including our schools with little kids which is a racist ideology trashing white people Look how they dehumanize individuals You're a white person Doesn't matter what you do how you do it where you do your white Now you can be white and be from Switzerland and you can be white and be from Bolivia But apparently all white people have everything in common Just like all black people are all the same And all Latinos are all the same whether you're from Honduras or Mexico These convenient racist categories they stick us and started with the federal government And the Democrat party pursues them in their own interests And the American Marxist just love it Love it And they have these low IQ Hateful people all over cable and network television all races and if they don't have enough they bring them in from the outside So called professors and experts and authors and all the rest I am sick of it

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What Separates Peru From the Rest of South America?

Travel with Rick Steves

02:17 min | 1 year ago

What Separates Peru From the Rest of South America?

"With rick steves with an insider look at how peru stands out from the rest of south america. It's where author and journalist. Marie arana grew up before her bicultural family moved to the us. She writes about her identity in her book. American teacup read. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much. Rik good to be here. I'm just really excited for you to be my tour guide because is country. I know very little about before we get into this discussion about the people of peru. Just give us a quick one paragraph description of your homeland you know for a country that's the size of roughly the size of california not much bigger. It's an astonishing place because it has just every kind of land form you can imagine. Rick it has the coast it has the desert it has the jungle it has the mountain has the planes. It has all of that and if you fly over peru this is amazing to me you go from one land form to another land form just in the course of a few seconds. It's it's really astonishing place geographically when you compare peru to the other south american countries. How would the people of peru see themselves Compared to the countries that surround them. Well you know we are an andean nation and the andean nations are of course colombia and ecuador and bolivia these are the the spine of the andes of course runs through the whole continent. But we are. We call ourselves and ian people because we are a mix honesty so mix of indigenous and white and black in a very different proportion. Shall we say to. The people of venezuela which are are less india less indigenous more more black and the colombians as well which has a much larger population of blacks than we do improve we do have afro peruvian along the coast who have been there for hundreds and hundreds of years but we are distinguished. I think by our indian ness. And i think that you know the people of argentina. The people of that people are why they come. They come up to peru and they're they're struck by the truly indian culture that we have okay so when you say

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The Left Is Trying to Goad White Americans Into White Tribalism

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 1 year ago

The Left Is Trying to Goad White Americans Into White Tribalism

"Get back to this idea. You said that the left is trying to goad white americans into being the demonic version that they have in their minds. They're voting us into being white tribal us and you and i of course would say no. Thank you go ahead. Yeah the last is is repeating the talking points of the cloud cuts clan circa one thousand nine hundred fifty in one thousand nine hundred fifty. The klu klux klan said this is a white man's country founded on white dominance and watson. Liz ation if you take away segregation and you allow nation between the races. You will save the destruction of america. They'll be pulling down at statutes they'll be burning down at cities they'll be tearing up. Its founding documents and we in the center. We civic nationalists who support the founding principles saying no. No america is accidentally a white man's country. It's more importantly in englishman's country in english political history and resistance to tyranny and moderate form of the reformation and a balance between the king and the parliament all these english virtues are ones that made america what it is. That's why you can't have the same constitution in bolivia and colombia. They tried and they failed because they didn't come from an english political. So that's the point. This is not a a white skin idea. This is not. You have to be an english person idea. This an idea that happens to have come out of those cultures and out of those national traditions. But it has nothing to do with your ethnic identity anyone's world can buy into this idea and that is why america is a nation of nations. But something happened culturally where the people who came to this country in more recent decades. They were not even invited to buy into these ideas. They were allowed to have their own crazy backward ideas from their own nations. They were not asked to be a part of america effectively. Worse than that they were encouraged should be

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Lionel Messi Equals Argentina's All-Time Appearance Record

ESPN FC

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Lionel Messi Equals Argentina's All-Time Appearance Record

"And of course another record Leeann messy making the most appearances now in history of the junior national team matching maturana. Oh how would you rate his performance. Joe's he was good really in by example and we sat down the other day he looked like a modern emission like name for brazil to win the copa america. Finally winning something with argentina. He will beat the record. Now of masha. Rhino in time against bolivia. She's the next game. He's got all week to rest hallway to prepare for the next game to come to the rest of this competition then there's the quarterfinals etc

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Celebrating La Paz, Bolivia

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Celebrating La Paz, Bolivia

"It's morning this is a son of la pass. Libya bolivia's unique. It has two capitals in la paz one of them. So it's a very busy city specially in the morning. Traffic lights are blinking red and green but a lot of drivers. Just ignore the lights. Et ignore the traffic signs. The intersections are packed. Meanwhile their mothers walking their kids to school lenders setting up tents along the curb and crowds of people under way to work for these pedestrians. The streets lupus are dangerous. But then in the chaos. There's zebra zebras holding up a bring paddle sign and one side of the paddle. At says body stopped in spanish and on the other side it says gaseous dink you disea- bre walks up to woman waiting to cross the street and tucks her paddle between their arm. Suddenly cars all stop disease protects. The woman's hand in safely guides across the street in la. Paz this is bruce job.

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Corporate Media vs. Bolivian Democracy

Latino Rebels Radio

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Corporate Media vs. Bolivian Democracy

"The on the show. We put the spotlight on bolivia as we examined the hypocrisy of western media towards the return of bolivia democracy following the two thousand and nineteen coup against evil morales in two thousand nineteen a right wing coup with support of both the us government and the organization of american states overthrew the government of evil morales following presidential elections that showed no proof of fraud or irregularities the resulting coup government led to several people getting killed following a wave of protests and arrest. This of course is a summarize consensus by the global south and certainly from the bolivian. People of what took place in two thousand nineteen western media on the other hand paints the picture of yet another authoritarian leader disliked by the us being quote unquote asked to step down from their post now following the two thousand twenty presidential election. Victory of evo morales maas party and the recent arrests of cool leader. Janine on years the corporate media is still following the same playbook of presenting bolivia as a country in turmoil with the type of objectivity that conveniently ends in a conclusion that favors the powerful

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Tropical Forest Destruction Accelerated in 2020

BBC World Service

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Tropical Forest Destruction Accelerated in 2020

"Fires and logging in the world's tropical forests increased last year. That's despite pledges by many countries and food companies to nd four station by the year 2020. Or from NPR's Dan Charles. The environmental group World Resources Institute been using satellites to track what it calls primary tropical forests. These are the areas with the most valuable wildlife habitat and stored carbon, the group says. An area of these forests the size of the Netherlands, disappeared last year. That's up 12% from the previous year. It was especially bad in parts of Latin America, including Brazil. There was good news, though from Indonesia, where deforestation is down. The group says it's especially concerned about the dramatic spike in wildfires in a vast area of wetland called the Pantanal in Brazil and Bolivia. It could be a signal that climate change and shrinking forests nearby might be drying out the wetland and making fires more likely. And Charles NPR News

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Bolivia's Former Interim President Jeanine Áñez Arrested for Sedition

BBC Newshour

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Bolivia's Former Interim President Jeanine Áñez Arrested for Sedition

"Our ultra Bolivia now where there seems to be a settling of political scores. The country's former interim president, Janine and yes, has been arrested on sedition charges. They're linked to her alleged involvement in a reported coo of 2019 against the former president Evo Morales. His ally, Louise outside is now in power, and Mr Morales is demanding punishment. The alleged coup plotters, Janina Anya says she's the victim of political persecution will have to try to find out more about what's happening and go to the capital. A pause. Enjoying Monica Makiko Monica. Just tell us first about the arrests, not just of Janine. Yes, but others as well. Yes. Lisa, In fact that there are two former minister off Giannini, Anya's government that has also being detained. There are other arrest orders that are taking place right now. We don't know how many there will be arrested because this is not just one case. There are many cases and basically they're being arrest because because because they said that they have conspired against the Constitution. The charges are terrorism and sedition. This is said to have taken place in 2000 and 19. Why are the arrests happening now? We basically don't know what the government have decided to do this. This is the this is in fact, something that happened in 2019 and then beat remind you, Lise. That doing the time that Giannini Anya's came into power, she has bean she had the back up off the constitutional Tribunal, as well as from the U U and as well as the Away s so she had basically all the support in order to, uh, to assume as president of Bolivia legally, So this is this is something very strange that it's happening in the country, and we basically don't know why one off the keys could be the fact that that the movement to a socialism have lost all the major cities. And some of the major states in the country on the elections that we have last Sunday. This election's once where to elect governors and also mayors and Mrs municipalities. And basically the government. The movement to a socialism have lost all the major cities in the country. So probably this is one of the reasons why this is happening. In fact, the second turn the second round off this elections That has to be done that has to take place on April 21st. It's right now in danger, because because of this, and also is there any coincidence that ever, Morales has just arrived in Bolivia from when a Zara's where he'd been Living in exile. Well, yes, probably. That's part of the reasons we just don't know yet. Nothing is very clear because the accusation doesn't have really, uh, legal

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Bolivia arrests ex leader in crackdown on opposition

WBEZ Chicago Programming

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Bolivia arrests ex leader in crackdown on opposition

"Have arrested the former interim president Giannina Anya's who's been charged with sedition and conspiracy. Prosecutors accused her and the number of former ministers of helping the military in 2019 to oust from power. Bolivia's left wing leader Eva Morales,

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Bolivia's ex-interim leader arrested

WBEZ Chicago Programming

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Bolivia's ex-interim leader arrested

"Arrested the former interim president Janina and yes, who's been charged with sedition and conspiracy. Prosecutors accused her and a number of former ministers of helping the military and 2019 You asked from power Bolivia's left wing leader Abel Morales, he fled the country amid violent protests after losing the backing of the army over his controversial re election to 1/4 term in office. But since then his mass Socialist party has been reelected. Lasagnas, who denies any conspiracy, said political persecution had begun.

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Bolivia's ex-interim leader says authorities seek her arrest

BBC World Service

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Bolivia's ex-interim leader says authorities seek her arrest

"Arrested the former interim president Janina and yes, who's been charged with sedition and conspiracy. Prosecutors accused lasagnas on several former government ministers of taking part in a coupe against the left wing leader Evo Morales. Minutes after the arrest was confirmed Ms Anya's tweeted that she had been the victim Off a political persecution. Remember in

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Senate Republicans will decide fate of $2,000 stimulus checks

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Senate Republicans will decide fate of $2,000 stimulus checks

"Approved $2000 stimulus checks but is the president's own party on board? House passed a bill that would increase the amount of money Americans receive in the second round of pandemic relief stimulus payments. But our 44 Republicans who voted for the Democrats going to go through as it comes down to the Senate, even though President Trump supports the measure, a number of Republicans voted against the bill, Wisconsin Republican Congressman Glenn Grothman. Looking at this bill today. It makes me feel like we're in the Parliament of Afghanistan. Brandi, a mentor, Bolivia. We really think The way to improve the quality of life for Americans is to just print more money from the Fed.

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Who counts as a speaker of a language?

TED Talks Daily

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Who counts as a speaker of a language?

"The same language and belong to the same tribe and i guess people had a little too much time on their hands because they decided they were going to work together to become as great as god so they started to build a tower up into the heavens. God saw. This was angry and to punish the people for their arrogance. God destroyed the tower and scattered the people to the ends of the earth and made them all speak different languages. This is the story of the tower of babel. And it's probably not a literal historical truth but it does tell us something about the way that we understand languages and speakers so for one thing we often think about speaking different languages as meaning that we don't get along or maybe we're in conflict and speaking the same language as meaning that we belong to the same group and that we can work together. Modern linguists know that the relationship between language and social categories is intricate and complex. And we bring a lot of baggage to the way that we understand language to the point that even a seemingly simple question like what makes a person. A speaker of a language can turn out to be really really complicated. I'm a spanish professor at ohio state. I teach mostly upper level courses where the students have taken four to five years of university level spanish courses so students who are in my class. Speak spanish with me all semester. Long they listen to me. Speaking spanish they turn written work in spanish. And yet when i asked my students at the beginning of the semester who considers themselves a spanish speaker not very many of them raise their hands so you can be a really really good speaker of a language and still not. Consider yourself a language speaker. Maybe it's not just about how well you speak a language. Maybe it's also about what age you start learning that language but when we look at kids who speak spanish at home but mostly english at work or in school they often feel like they don't speak either language really well they sometimes feel like they exist in a state of language. Listen ness because they don't feel fully comfortable in spanish at school and they don't feel fully comfortable in english at home. We have this really strong idea that in order to be a good bilingual. We have to be to monolingual in one body but linguists note. That's not really helped. Bilingualism works it's actually much more common for people to specialize to use one language in one place and another language in another place. Now it's not always only about how we see ourselves. It can also be about how other people see us. I do my research in bolivia which is a country in south america and in bolivia as in the united states there are different social groups and different ethnic categories one of those ethnic categories is a group known as ketchaoua who are indigenous people and people who are ketchaoua. Speak spanish a little bit differently than your run of the mill. Spanish speaker in particular. There are some sounds that sounded a little bit more like when many catch with speakers use them so a collie guide designed a study where we took a series of very similar sounding word parents and they were similar sounding in exactly the same sorts of ways that catch wet speakers often sound similar when they speak spanish. We played those similar sounding word pairs to a group of listeners and we told half of the listeners that they were going to listen to just your normal run-of-the-mill spanish speaker and the other half of the listeners that they were going to hear a catch with speaker everybody heard the same recording but what we found was

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"bolivia" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"bolivia" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"How is it driving on a desert compared to like just driving on the road we were wondering how did he navigate. Because it's really. It has a lot of mean i mean. It's very big dessert. Like think about that. We drove their into desert for a few days. So i'm not sure how big it is but it's really big so we were wondering how he navigated and how he couldn't find all the things that we saw the way because there were like lakes in different colors like amoroso lake and red lake and they were keno obnoxious that he showed us em and there were. There was a village in that word. The places that we slept in slept now like assault motel so we were wondering. How did he manage to find. All the stinks. Because if if you look all around you you just see white surface so you don't really see any reference point to help you navigate and there were no roads on their on the desert. Yeah that's what. I was wondering like everything's way. How do you know where you're going. I would end up like back at your starting point. It's like oh how they get here. Yeah it's a good good question. Yeah we wouldn't be able to do it by ourselves. Or i feel like i would get lost in the be stuck in the middle of nowhere and be like. Oh now so. I know like a lot of other countries outside the. Us tend to have. I feel like. I've heard that they tend to have more crazier drivers in bolivia. Did they. like. I guess abide by driving traffic laws or did they kind of just speed and do whatever they wanted to do. So in the salt desert most of the times. We didn't see anyone around now. The other places of been to in bolivia are easier a small towns or a big city. And i guess s most places have been to that. The drivers in the big city are more careless..

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"bolivia" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"bolivia" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"I'm neat and i'm taraji. And today's driver is were not the co host of the ticket. Podcast and she is originally from and she's lived three years in the us before moving to canada where she's been for two years and she shares with us the differences she has seen driving in israel versus driving in north america. Welcome or not. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you and buffoni for inviting me. We liked starting off with this question because we like to go straight into the crazy before we dive into what type of driver you are. So what would you say is one of your craziest driving stories. Oh so i have a story. Or i wasn't a driver by i was riding on form by four in the lower. The uni in bolivia we were may be for france and we. We had a driver and cook and it's riser was driving in the seller. Salardu unit is <hes>. Salt desert so it's a big surface off desert which is just made of salt and the driver was adjust. He navigated with no roads on or anything and one time we so tax on the road and the driver was approaching them very very slowly. Be an added. The back without <hes>. Is so considerate. He doesn't want to frighten the dax but then when he got close to them you started to drive really fast and any coat one dark and he give the cook the dock and he said she's gonna make that for dinner and it was. I'm not sure it's funny. Maybe it's kinda freer carry kind of funny and but it was definitely experience that the i remember well. Do you stop the car with you in it to get the duck. Yes i stopped the car. He pulls the dock caught him on his neck. And just give it to the cook. I think because his wife and it was kind of <hes>. Multiple day. I don't remember three or four days trip. And we had we had meals during the that's rape and the wife just cooked food for us and no one from my group a dinner that night at least knock back. That's that's hilarious. I mean what a surprising. Turn of events like oh. He's so nice. Oh no he's going to eat it. Yeah yeah it was really surprising. How is it driving on a desert compared to like just driving on the road we were wondering how did he navigate. Because it's really. It has a lot of mean i mean. It's very big dessert. Like think about that. We drove their into desert for a few days. So i'm not sure how big it is but it's really big so we were wondering how he navigated and how he couldn't find all the things that we saw the way because there were like lakes in different colors like amoroso lake and red lake and they were keno obnoxious that he showed us em and there were. There was a village in that word. The places that we slept in slept now like assault motel so we were wondering. How did he manage to find. All the stinks. Because if if you look all around you you just see white surface so you don't really see any reference point to help you navigate and there were no roads on their on the desert. Yeah that's what. I was wondering like everything's way. How do you know where you're going. I would end up like back at your starting point. It's like oh how they get here. Yeah it's a good good question. Yeah we wouldn't be able to do it by ourselves. Or i feel like i would get lost in the be stuck in the middle of nowhere and be like. Oh now so. I know like a lot of other countries outside the. Us tend to have. I feel like. I've heard that they tend to have more crazier drivers in bolivia. Did they. like. I guess abide by driving traffic laws or did they kind of just speed and do whatever they wanted to do. So in the salt desert most of the times. We didn't see anyone around now. The other places of been to in bolivia are easier a small towns or a big city. And i guess s most places have been to that. The drivers in the big city are more careless. I think more maura beeping and thanks dad. You have mentioned that you have lived in three different countries. What one

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"bolivia" Discussed on La Segunda Vuelta

La Segunda Vuelta

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on La Segunda Vuelta

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"bolivia" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Hi electoral authorities in Bolivia and try to replicate the findings are critical analysis findings from the yeah again this is part of the initial press release but also repeated in the in the later on it well what they found was that the only half an hour it's relied both on incorrect data and incorrect because the compact neat and if those were corrected for they're finding basically disappeared and so this drastic an inexplicable trend change which again was the sort of basis for so much of the narrative of fraud in the taking place in Bolivia evaporates right it it's gotten out these these academics or not the first one to make the case that I mentioned in a kind of reckoning and policy research we put out a press release the day after the US press release making very similar points we've done a number of studies since then researchers at the MIT election data and science lab that occasion that the university of Michigan and university of Columbia I have also weighed in on this and and all and so the the sort of momentum behind these critiques of really reaches crescendo with The New York Times reported and that's what led to what happened since then which is you know a sort of unhinged attack from S. secretary general Luis Almagro thirty two hundred word press release attacking The New York Times is fake news referring to my organization of the propaganda tank and really just full of apps on minimum tax without actually addressing these criticisms which again are not new they've been there for eight months I'm looking at the aftermath of the elections and and what we know now who has how has the the result affected the indigenous people of bulimia yes certainly though I mean it's a morality courses the first indigenous president of Bolivia Bolivia being a majority indigenous nation right now obviously there's not a monolithic thing but I think you know it's it's extremely important to look at what happened after after this coup in November tenth so the woman who took power an opposition senator Jeanine on yelp sort of representing a a real far right strain of politics and Bolivia swore himself in as president with the Bible proclaiming the Bible is back into the palace and this occurred with the burning of the with quality indigenous flag in Bolivia protesters that and other members ask you again there is a real sort of anti indigenous movement that use our power here in the in the aftermath of a about the ouster and certainly that is you know continued stinking so what we've seen you know in the immediate aftermath that was the empowerment of state security forces to brutally repressed protesters predominately and large indigenous protesters throughout the country and at least in this develop over time right this was originally supposed to be a short term temporary government simply to hold new elections well it's now been seven months and elections are tentatively scheduled for September we've seen a drastic reorganization of the state under their collective government rate which is mandolin wizard of state institutions that had been built up in existed prior to the browser ministration and a drastic change in the nation's foreign policy aligning the sort of the most far right and if you and I miss the and and especially coming up with the trump administration in the US I think you know the actual impact on the ground are tremendous right and I think that's why looking back at what actually happened in the aftermath of the election and what role international actors made late in jumping eight it Bolivia toward that crisis you can stream important right I mean that in an issue of accountability about responsibility but even more than just the Libyan and also a question about the after credibility neutrality and ability to operate in the hemisphere no matter what country it's one last question before we let you go what do we know about the role of the United States in the sole situation yes it's an extremely important question I think it's something that clearly deserves much greater scrutiny and further investigation I I certainly hope that members of Congress are paying close attention to the situation and are willing to to begin that process of actually investigating calling witnesses that and figure out what they said so what what we know the LA times reported that the U. S. representative to the O. S. a day Latin America hawk an acolyte of Marco Rubio actually had steered the yeah observation mission to reach in the termination of cross after election right and this is obviously an extremely important because again that initial press release which do not contain the flyer on the next level trend change clearly altered the trajectory of the country right and if there was some pressure from the U. S. in order to reach that conclusion or if that was not based on their observations from the ground up extremely relevant finding something that you don't really have to be investigated further so I think what's quite clear that there was you know some pressure and then after the fact what's been abundantly clear that the trump administration has steadfastly backed the defacto government and justified the crew after the fact right and so despite the you know really terrible human rights which is on the ground ever delayed elections the book back of government ability the joint strong support from the trump administration well Jake Johnston senior researchers associate at the center for economic and policy research in Washington DC thank you for joining us today G. eighty two bye bye thanks so much and we are going to move straight to Anna Simonton she's an independent journalist based in Atlanta I'm an editor for scallywag magazine the work is being published by the nation in the style.

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"bolivia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Com Bolivia from Washington laid off and trying to keep our little kids from realizing that mommy and Daddy haven't eaten in awhile Roger from California I'm grateful we could afford our son surgery nervous that now we can't really afford food Daniel from California choosing whether to pay the rent or pay to fix the car to get to work doesn't leave us with much at all now we can't even pay for meals Donna from the the storm just hit and we went from donating to the food bank to needing it catia from South Carolina I've been skipping meals so my two kids can eat but water doesn't really work hunger is a story we can and ended at feeding America dot org brought to you by feeding America and the ad council news radio WFLA in nineteen ninety four Janet also barred became fascinated by crop circles due to a visit to a crop circle near aside from nineteen ninety five she spent all over summer months in southern England the cradle of the phenomenon where she visited and research the formations formed there she mapped out many formations in England the Netherlands and Germany focusing on taking samples for bio physical research taking overview in detail photos and mapping anomalies strange abnormalities such as the presence of foreign substances bent twisted or pulled stems and spikes she participated in the creation of three video documentaries about the topic produced by Bert Jansen in two thousand our first book crop circles a global mystery presented a colorful picture of the many faces of the crop crop circle phenomenon Janet also barred welcome to coast to coast AM how are you hi but morning I would say because it is for me in the Netherlands I'm good thank you how are you I'm wonderful how do you say crop circle in Dutch I'm here for wonderful wonderful yeah take me back to to ninety four and and I I excuse me if I mispronounce the name of this this a town is it a sin I sent assn okay yeah so hello and then also right and that's where it all started feel it is yes it is it was a kind of mind blowing because I I thought at that time the old crop circles will not may so that would that would what happened was I went out with my at that time my boyfriend and at their jobs and is also critical respect and Hey Alex I didn't believe in anything serious at that time I was blown away by my reaction to the crop circle because the girls are so you know there was nothing that could have been harvested it was it was nothing to see really but something happened to me which was where the knowledge that I became completely still my head which normally you know your or the store going on all day long to sleep already content quiet and I was such a good feeling it was it was really like a very deep meditation but never meditated at that time so I didn't know what that was yeah yeah the feeling dizzy wired up to still not something on the peace Iraqi and from that moment on I wanted to know what happened that day because of the great how would you describe the V. M. the shape of that crop circle quite simply was one big circle with full trying to circle around it like we call on the satellite circle yes in March regularly in our economic there was just double to the ground so there's nothing much she thought it was just the feeling that a court fight of please that's why I've recently been told that there was a very very early a crop circle formation discovered in assn as far back as fifteen ninety it's it's apparently was discussed in a book by Terry Wilson the secret history of crop circles yeah wow it really goes back don't let it we've we have cups of reports from early magical time or that it described as a modern you simple surface but also more complicated ones more complex designs triangles and and and square the server the lightest and several rounds somebody like summation and it has and I'm just starting our really well festival of course relate them but affects our lives nothing like how to shave my makes nation and so that that's not me without it being as a natural for schools nature or of some people don't but the devil because people didn't understand and then out of fear of people they will double in our rooms that's right one right I think back back then did they call them fairy rings or something like that very often they won't that's correct we have an event here in in the motherland in I think it was the the seven three well I'm not actually talk to the people you know and I'm also the offspring he said all of my great grandparents already had their crops Oklahoma pharmaceutical we very rarely will they they have the expression on the new one of all the farm in the morning all of the the ferries affect their again and are they out there that damaging in that and looked hot you know doc because there was just part of the farm if you live in every now and then it just just there just the fear of the nobody knew discover whether came from but nobody here in this country anyway with the right of it because the subject let me choose the light line if your lovely so you know we a farmer are you close to the edge but there's something in your field mine or not everybody another dealing with the Kerry was part of nature how to speak right the second straight year okay went as several years ago when the actual few years in a row to give lectures presentations and people come up to me afterwards list of all and I was pharmacy are there is a form of that right there is a nap we always ask what sort of an alarm and we just didn't know there was a a website that he could order we thought it was normal you know it's part of being a former is that you have to stick to the yellow right and it's not just limited to to grain and cereals tell me about some of the other types of crops that we may not be familiar with that that that will have been found well we tried to capture the soybeans in character and others will try to charge your potato fields soybean field of course or is she is very low you for because of their yellow flowers just gorgeous all we had a.

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"bolivia" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Of Bolivia after dozens of troops around its embassy where former members of the government of ousted Bolivian president evo Morales have taken refuge the present time wed demanding that the integrity of our diplomatic installations and residences respected as well as the rights of those who are inside our installations housing rights activation up to in Alameda county court hearing on the attempt of a southern California real estate investment firm to evict to homeless Oakland mothers who've taken up residence in what once a vacant house a land trust is offering to buy the home so they can live in it permanently the investment firm says no and at an emergency meeting this week cinema county supervisors approve nearly twelve million dollars in aid for an estimated two hundred homeless people living along Santa roses Joe redoubt a trail from KPFA Berkeley and KPFK Los Angeles this is the Pacific evening news by Miley Nelson Jerry a new report said there was an average of more than one mass shooting a day in twenty nineteen the gun violence archive tracks mass shootings it says that as of last night there were four hundred nine of them including a Christmas day shooting in Oakland that left four people wounded and another in Richmond Virginia in which one person died and three were injured the group first started tracking mass shooting six years ago twenty nineteen has had the most such incidents pro gun groups have tried to sweep away calls for gun safety legislation by blaming mental illness and violent video games for the carnage gun safety advocates say that's nonsense James burn it with a nonprofit group the tray says that the U. S. rates of mental illness and availability of violent video games are in line with those of other developed nations which suffered no where near the number of shootings if you look at other leading markets for video games China Japan South Korea a lot of video game fans not the symbols of the gun mounts that we see and anyone mental health and this is just like saying that Bobby was suffering from mental illness are more likely to inflict harm on themselves and others and even on mass shooters even along that limited category actually I was only able to find mental illness as a as a factor in twenty five percent of cases mass shootings make up only a small portion of the roughly thirty three thousand annual U. S. gun deaths suicides accidental shootings homicides and domestic violence make up the bulk of fatal shootings the mass shootings the gun violence archives defines a mass shooting as an incident in which four or more people are shot a strong typhoon that beryl through the central Philippines has left at least twenty people dead an unknown number missing and forced thousands to flee their homes typhoon Phanfone stranded many people at the peak of holiday travel set off landslides flooded low lying villages destroyed houses down trees and electrical poles and knocked out.

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"bolivia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tenney is gonna come into the ball game to replace the linemen now he gets a big hug and a standing ovation here yeah zero Bolivia two time Super Bowl MVP so many thrills for giants fans all the fourth quarter comebacks pretty cool stuff is the one we listen as great as parents were in the in the in the suite up very went out into the tunnel met there by his wife and daughters and son so I just a just a great moment was about a minute fifty left in the game when he was pulled and got that ovation he did to me lie stuff all you know what three of the five possessions of first five possession the second half learn to touch down to help lead into the victory cell got his record back to one seventy to one seventeen for all your you know haters out there that say if you have a losing record you should mean all things so it's five hundred but it we don't know if he's gonna start he still may we have no idea where Daniel Jones is with his ankle yeah one more road game at Washington that a home game against Philadelphia but if this was his last game it was was a heck of a way to go on I mean you know I mating knows how to do big moments in store yeah right like he's the first team all narrative quarterback to come into the league starting off with the fanfare that he did saying I'm not going to go play for this team you lied to of the biggest story but post season runs of all time against the team that he did that he tended to be so getting the curtain call at home to potentially go out as your last time under center in that.

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"bolivia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Likely to provoke anger from the trump administration which is probably why they're resisting now. There's a substantial racial component to this coup. which is very important? Understand which I briefly mentioned before it's very similar to Venezuela Morales was the first indigenous president in the country's history mystery and the new self appointed interim president. Janine says has a long history documented of racist comments about indigenous people saying that they don't belong in Bolivia's cities. I mean this is easy to look up. Can you imagine that being said somewhere else a map. Here's what's even more insulting coming from a country right now is being overwhelmed with woke politics. Here they are supporting a government in Bolivia. That's openly racist. Well it's no different than the Ukraine. But where she has openly said that seventy percent of the country's population doesn't belong in the cities but that's all good because she's willing to let the US do what they want. You can rape the country as long as I'm in charge now anez past comments combined with her conspicuously appointing a cabinet with no indigenous members. Being them despite that seventy percent of the population has led many to rightly conclude. This is an overtly anti-indigenous government while that has led them to protest in massive numbers as have been shown largely. I would say only by the independent media. Meaning quite plainly the majority of the nation does not support the US backed coup government yet. That didn't stop bomb. Peyot from saying the exact act opposite in an effort to manipulate your perception of the truth. Weird it's almost never never seen Bombayo do something like that before. The United States supports supports the transitional government Bolivia to achieve free fair and.

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"bolivia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"The airwaves as part of what the government calls a reorganization of the airwaves. Tell us are openly oppose the US back military coup. That installed the Nez as head of state earlier this month which illegally. Anyway I mean but technically legally burlap morales is still the president. The Congress refused his resignation. But just recognize help sir. This is that we can have active open raids on Palestinian TV stations. And no one cares about it. In the mainstream media the government we can watch as the supposed democratic self appointed leader just like Guido in Alan Bolivia backed by the. US government orchestrated by the US. Government begins to just shut down its opposition news outlets and no they could care less about this they just are picking. They're picking and choosing and in many cases manufacturing the claims again throughout enemies as they literally do in real time. Exactly what they say. They're trying trying to stop. It's just could not be more insulting to your intelligence and New Communications Minister Roxana Leandra announced that this was part part of the quote dismantling of the propaganda apparatus of the dictatorial regime of even Morales claiming that Morales quote militants. Who misused the state media system Mr Moore being withdrawn? Now let's can easily say that that's possible all of the evidence points that the other direction but recognized that regardless this is always as what they say you just get to say. This is their excuse just to sidestep the law or did they just get to say well because bad guy we're going to just Kinda just remove them real quick because we're moving the bad guys for freedom but right those supposedly bad guys you know they still have rights they still have due process assess but apparently not when the US names terrorists. I mean it's a it's a microcosm of the entire war on terror. He could disable bore fighting terrorism. So we just get to step over your country's sovereignty right we ignore the your rights as individuals your rights as a government who cares because you have terrorist country even if we he never proved that even if we're the ones putting them there who cares it's the same thing here. It's exactly the same. All you have to do is say well that all those people that are we have never present that even a modicum of evidence to prove. These claims are all propaganda outlets doing bad things. So we're just GONNA push them out and in many cases arrested and may be killed him but we don't show you that part and then we put in place group that will completely completely blind Labor to take the US narrative so which ones propaganda and which one was actually fighting for the people of Bolivia. It doesn't doesn't matter because they said one guy bad no law included. Now tell us you're was originally basic conceived as as counterweight as the article puts it too Western dominated media system and attempted to bring the voices of Working Class Latin Americans to the forefront it also offers an an alternative to local mainstream media overwhelmingly owned and controlled by Latin American elites working hand in hand with the US government this. This is exactly what we saw.

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"bolivia" Discussed on The Heat

The Heat

07:16 min | 3 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on The Heat

"Nobody nobody cared that moments incredible. Nobody nobody nobody paid attention in that moment. But of course does now I think it is mistake. And she regrets. There'd been allegations that Morales has been inciting supporters to confront security forces Is Is there much to that. Do you think he's responsible for that. Yes thoroughly early yesterday. The government showed a video where he speaking with the leader of his party and and he's a given instructions very clearly how to block road and then say precisely explicitly saying we have to get in the cities without food. And that's former president. Morales giving those instructions so clearly. He's making all these all these programs. They say that the is debate going on right now in Congress to introduce a new law for new elections but the party that wants to introduce that law is in the minority minority. So what happens next very good questions. We really don't know Because this is an annual scholarship is in the minority and and and that coalition is trying to push to elections as soon as possible and the majority is trying not to have those elections because they want Mr Morales back in Bolivia so it it. It is very polarizing and worrying. Maybe if Congress cannot approve this low maybe president and the news will Approve an something like an executive order to call for new elections. Maybe ninety days she actually she said that the in Congress there's obstacles to to the low that she presented that the mass party presented another project of follow. Hello Anyway that. We don't care which Royce approved we want elections. You know you mentioned earlier. That one of the conditions being made by ever-more analysis parties that he be allowed to contest any new elections. Do you see any scenario under which that could happen. I yesterday Oh oh yes sorry about that no blackout in believe yes. Oh I don't know what to do or believe in asking how often you're getting out of the house Well actually almost once a week and I think that they are intentional. Be Mass Suporters. I said this that they made those threats that they were going to make those Blackouts but I'm not sure if these one is intentional or not. They also said that they were going to cut the water supply to donate through the La Pass neighborhood. Saw It is crazy. Okay okay Let me go through that Last question again. So what happens next because you have a situation now where. The Party of Royce is placing a condition on having new elections. They say he has to be part of new elections. He has to be able to participate in it. Do you see any scenario where he will be able to return to Bolivia and take part in those elections. Yesterday my answer would have been no. There's no chance to have more or less in the ballot today. I would say that he's probably a solution because we have this scenario of violence. That is an apparently endless. He supporters are blocking the EH roads. There is food shortages in the past another cities. We don't have fuel So there's no cars on the streets. There's no aw public transportation so we are really in a in a very worrying situation. If this situation of violence and Berlin station estill goes on for some more weeks or months. I don't know maybe Morales should being the ballot I Dunno if morale is really makes the country really an unstable impossible to govern. Maybe it would be a solution but it would be a solution By forcing the rest of society you have him back if we look at President Morales Record. He was very popular president one time. He had a huge amount of success in fighting poverty health policy in Bolivia and the economy did very well. Is there a danger. Here that this could be reversed. I hope not because poverty went down and also self esteem of indigenous population was also up. We had uh inclusion of new sectors like peasants and indigenous to our political system and society. So that was good. We hope that those things are not going to be really reversed But also the economy was very good because the prices of raw materials for high and now those prices are going down especially the price of for our main at produce that we export to Argentina. Brazil is natural gas gas prices in the to the price of oil and oil has been going down for the five years in one time was over one one hundred dollars per barrel and now is maybe seventy or sixty so I think that also the price these factor is going to be important for for our economy. Also the point is that as you said. They've been demonstrations in Bolivia over the past few days. And could you have a free and fair election. If these demonstrations continue the the country is in in this array right now we have protests in in many places especially in Lopez We have food shortages because because there are blockades in the in the roads and we have this problem with the with the fuel. We don't have fuel because they are brocade in these fuel plant so we don't have a public transportation or even we don't have almost the capacity of us our cars for example. My car I can use it because I don't have field so we don't have fuel have food shortages. We have this violent protest. It is very hard. Organize those elections so maybe ninety days the situation is GONNA be calmer. We hope but thanks so much for speaking with us today. You pleasure. I'll Ronda is the editor of Brooklyn. DIG It out and was speaking to us from La Paz in Bolivia the heat is produced by CGT in America our executive producer says the tyranny h. and the senior producer. John Gilmore Zana. Al Shabaab was our guest booker today. 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"bolivia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

11:21 min | 3 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"And didn't do a damn good job after being maistre pat or whatever. That was tear-gas interface. But these are the people that the US government supporting right now and it's not like you. You could always argue that. There's someone somewhere doing bad things but the point is that this is ignored. And it's not just an op is this is. The point is everything you're seeing. Today is showing you that. This is how they're operating they are doing everything the US government pretend they're fighting against violently. Suppressing peaceful protesters attacking journalists locking up locking taking up members of government. This is the epitome of everything. They pretend they're fighting and it's totally okay. When they're part of it which just shows you that they're incredibly incredibly dishonest disingenuous in everything that's going on today and in the midst of Donald Trump and pompeo absurdly commenting on how the Actions Actions of Bolivian opposition somehow exemplify democracy in the midst of an aggressive military coup? Sort of the same absurd way they made that claim about Guido both are self appointed coup leaders that the US government honestly tells you are shining. Examples of democracy recognize absurd that is we now have the UN saying saying that the once relatively peaceful Bolivia is right now spinning out of Control G. Who would have seen this coming? Oh I don't know just about anyone anywhere who has been pointing out the glaringly obvious fact that this is in fact always the way it goes always right. I mean who who out there right now watching this show who who's listening right now. Who can name one successful? US government regime change where the leader. Peter was removed and the people were happy and the US left and gave them back a nation better off than before go alway. Oh you can't think of one and that's because there's not one not a single one not a single time where that's worked out even slightly in the benefit of the people that they're liberating not once. This is always always always the way it goes down and yet the mainstream media tells you. This is the liberation of Bolivia yet. Again well sorry. CNN and Fox the Bolivian people. Don't care about your deceptive coverage and increasingly neither do most Americans and and this next one is a great article coming from Caitlyn Johnstone entitled Bolivia's new puppet regime waste no time aligning with US foreign policy which pompiers tweet alluded to but this is. What's so frustrating about this? It's obvious on the nose in every possible way and we're just supposed to pretend that we're it. Just it just was a quirky corky. Coincidence right just happened to be exactly what the US government needed wanted and was trying to accomplish or it was completely orchestrated and manufactured right. I mean like they have done over and over and over. What seems more likely to you now? The Washington recognized intern term government as it reads which just ascended to power the US backed military coup in. Bolivia is already shifting. The Nation's foreign policy into alignment with the US centralized empire serving important. Is He's me severing important ties with two governments which have resisted absorption into the imperial blob. which is what she always calls this? which is a great example for it? Just kind of absorbing people into this blob right. It says quote Bolivia's caretaker. The government isn't wasting any time overhauling. Its foreign policy announcing Friday that it will expel hundreds of Cuban officials and break ties with longtime ally Venezuela. According to the Miami Herald says in a series of statements Bolivia's new Foreign Minister Karen Long Garlic told local media that about seven hundred and twenty-five five Cubans including doctors and medical staff would begin leading Bolivia on Friday right. You know why because you know Cuba bad guy because they're not aligned with the US agenda period. We supposed to believe that all these people are evil villains. No it's because their political might politically minded agenda and put this person in place in Bolivia's one more step forward in that agenda as well as just siphoning off all the resources we talked about in the last show now goes on to say quote in that same interview. She said she that she'd be willing that she'd be recalling. Excuse me Bolivia's diplomatic staff from Venezuela later asked if she would maintain ties with Venezuelan leader. Nicholas Maduro she said. Of course we'll break diplomatic relations with Medeiros government which obviously actually meant this coming from the Telegraph Bolivia in term self appointed leader recognizes Guido as legitimate Venezuelan leader as balanced shifts. So here's the funny. As my pump fails talks about how Guidos does more popular than ever. Yeah that because you keep overthrowing countries and forcing people then say that right. I mean is that like what a stupid thing to say in the midst of an obvious. The military coup were. That's one of the leaders who is now supporting Guido like. Yeah obviously there's more people supporting them because you keep overthrowing governments. It's funny any to me in a very macabre way but of course of course she does this. How obvious do they really need to make this? I couldn't help myself. SELFO tweet out G who didn't see that coming almost as if they are working towards some shared agenda. But that can't be right. It's just it's I feel like we are children today. It's crazy that we can continue to see things that are so on the nose and people still just kind of fall back into this blind assumption. Why can't be that? They're doing bad things but at the same time I honestly believe in my heart. That's not most people today. That's what they you get to show us as most people. I really believe most people see this for what it is and actually one st making that point anyway One on twitter user responded by making my point all the more clear and showing exactly what I'm talking about. And she says you scratch my back. I'll scratch yours the two us-backed self-proclaimed illegitimate presidents of Venezuela Bolivia recognize each other. That's just perfect isn't it. And she shows you these tweets from them as you can see from Guido it says oh by the way these are on the same day of course because that wasn't orchestrated or anything is from the legitimate government of Venezuela legitimate. Jalloh has to say that from the legitimate government of Venezuela right because that's not desperate the legitimate government Venezuela we recognize. And as I don't why was he doing this from a library computer or something. 'cause I'm sure. Guido doesn't have access to the things he needs government or any of them right but he says recognize her as interim president of Bolivia intermission to guide it constitutional transition towards a presidential election. Yeah the constitutional transition that the government in these court allowed right but but it's a bad because they don't want Morales. There says they are an inspiration to our country in our country does he mean spores d'oro that are currently in Venezuela or the Small Mall Gaggle of people that are supporting him from the United States. I guess we'll have to follow up on that. But he says we have the conviction that we will achieve freedom he says freedom and freedom means Offs sourcing outsourcing and siphoning off all the resources Venezuela for the benefit of multinational US based companies freedom. Of course she falls up the same day with the basically exact same thing that says I think. The president of the Republican event of Republican Venezuela for the recognition. Ignition of my government has constitutional president. Bolivia I invite you to appoint the new ambassador of Venezuela in Bolivia who recognized immediately by our government. I understand when she says the constitutional president. It could not be less accurate. There's nothing constitutional about anything about this. Just just like they tried to lie and say that Guido situation was constitutional. What's constitutional about lacking a quorum? Not Having vote or voting of either of the people evil or a vote in Congress having nothing of any kind and then just simply saying I'm president. I declare myself president. How is that constitutional and even the the flimsiest definition of the word? It's not is the answer. There's nothing about this this legal because they use the military to push out someone in the. US doesn't like and just declare. Here's someone president doesn't make that democracy or constitutional as hopefully a child can see today and now after everything they they're acting like it's still even rallies that is somehow broken the law if you can believe and that he needs to be apprehended. They're actually saying this right now. That right now. Morales Morales is the one who might be press charges against because she broke the law apparently in being elected in choosing to resign instead of causing chaos prosperous people which is happening anyway by the way in being forced to resigned barrel of a gun. I mean what exactly are they. Claiming did here right. Oh I see. They're claiming that he cheated in the election. That we proved wasn't true. I see this is actually what they're saying. Now self-appointed us-backed ruler said it yesterday that even rallies will face possible legal charges for election fraud if he comes home and remember that this was shown to be a complete fabrication fabrication. As I recently just talked about this and I actually. I included the link to his report. Any study in the show again as I talked about this last time but asthma Mark wise brought. I mentioned I mentioned this in the show before. Twe Lurk is I didn't the show before last. lascaux as statistical analysis was conducted did by the Center for Economic Policy Research Sep.. CPR separate power want to pronounce it. I've referenced Marwa. Brought numerous times in regard to Venezuela someone someone who should be listening to now the statistical analysis conducted by his group completely debunked the electoral observation missions reports which failed to prove that there was quote widespread or systematic irregularities. And as you can see as Mark set himself they never did find any evidence of fraud but the media repeated the allegation so many times that it became true in this post truth world now this is legitimate. The evidence is there the reports in the show notes. It's been this is the Mo about as legitimate as it gets and not a single shred of evidence has been produced to show anything that was irregular in fact everything about that election seems stellar role largely. Because he's got the aggressive support of everyone in that country of Morales. I'm talking about the vast majority I should say but so now they're trying to charge him for election fraud even though they never proved that happened. And they're trying into put him in jail as they stole election. Why because he's somebody that they don't want to be around because the people still believe in him and I'm sure he'll just come to an an untimely demise while he's waiting to serve out his time or be put he's pre won't get any kind of legitimate process in my opinion just like none of them tend to? I mean.

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"bolivia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

10:46 min | 3 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Now? As anti media reports Friday's demonstrations were show of force by the believing in people all against the coup government video and photographs as the ones you saw from. The country showed long stretches of lines of people waving the indigenous flag and calling for an as to step down. Now what's funny is I always point out about Venezuela's well as that. Let's say you disagree and you think Oh. This is just a minority group. It's not the majority of the country which is obvious that it is but let's let's just say sake of conversation does not mean that there is at least a faction of people that disagree. Why is that not being reported on right? There's no there's nowhere in the mainstream media. Is there anywhere a group that saying here are the people the disagree with the US agenda all they're doing is collectively in one voice screening about the Gloria democracy as a military takes place. It's insulting to you're more than most things that I've seen now. One supporter said quote. Evil Morales has been a good man. He worked for the people. He didn't rob US like these thieves. Who want to shake up the state and kill us like dogs as if we're not humans but this is a this is how people see the US agenda The government? This is what they see because this is what they've done as I recently pointed out. He slashed Poverty increased illiteracy increased literacy rates. I mean did all these things. They pretend that the things that we seemingly can't even accomplish in this country and as if on call which is what seems to be happening lately to basically step up and be the shameless liar for the trump administration which is right up his alley. Mike POMPEII again chimed in to act. As if this is democracy in action. Because you can't who doesn't see this as glorifying glorifying display of democracy and liberation well. Here's Mike Pompeo. Venezuelans continue to take to the streets as they have day after day in city after city to demand their basic needs be met which is kind of ridiculous because there has been some small protests. There's been I actually didn't report on the aggressive takeover of of a Venezuelan embassy in in the United States. I believe but the point is. They're just they're desperate for attention because nobody supports this man in Goydos. I'm talking about but here's what he has to say. Literally says Medeiros illegitimate corrupt regime attempts to silence them but as the world's saw in Bolivia the will of the people will always prevail so here he is actually jumped ahead. There's wanting to comment about Guido that I'm GonNa get you but here's what's crazy the decade. Actually stand here and pretend that this is the will of the people as the people. Obviously voted voted Morales. They obviously obviously refused a second election. They obviously that militarily forced him out of the way they then obviously did not have a quorum to then even vote in the interim president showing you that they did not have majority support in the government or the people or anything so in every single marker all the way across the board this is the opposite of any kind of majority or democracy or election or anything. This is an aggressive by force military coup. That's what this is as he then stands up just says says it's the will of the people and it will always prevail sure as this seventy percent. Indigenous country is rising up against this effort. It's all all about trying to give you the reality. He's hoping hoping and he's failing the you will just read this and walk away thinking Yay democracy. It's it's a you know what's the most offensive. Is someone like this. Mike Pompeo is very well aware that these people are killing civilians right now. He's aware of they just murdered eight people any still put this out today right. So that means that at least as far as he's concerned just like Madeleine Albright will. It's worth it right. It's worth it to kill these people to achieve our goal right so I'm GonNa lie cheat and steal doesn't matter it's worth it. That's what he's showing you right here. Sure Mike the will of the people right. You mean the people right now being shot at by us-backed forces which is then ignored by the obedient mainstream media. How about this next one? Mike let me know is if you're if you're watching hopefully maybe you're out there. Mike pompeo watching the show. I think you're regular viewer. I'd probably be kidding with asthma. Asthma Mike how about this next one. Is this the will of the people that's coming from Alan saying in case you haven't seen this yet or don't speak Spanish manish. The new Bolivian coup government has pre exonerated all security and military forces from any crimes in the reestablishment of internal order. This is exactly what I said. Their statement meant when I read it where they put out that statement saying that they were going to maintain order against the people that were protesting their illegal legal regime change right. Maintain order meant use violence to suppress people trying to stop our legal coup. And so as he says if you haven't seen it yet this and it's all in here for you to look out for yourself legitimately the new in term self self appointed government that overthrew the elected government or elected President Morales has signed this document. Exonerating preemptively the empty. Any one of their security forces for any crimes they may commit during this aggressive suppression of any kind of protests. So that means all eight people they killed there already exonerated because because they signed this document as he says here comes the Bolivia massacre which is book. He called it didn't he. It's probably still going to go on. And the point it is that people like Maduro. I can't buy Palm Peyot know this. They know this is happening. And you know what it was. Probably his idea broad rod stroke. Give them all these. Pardon them all right. Speaking of the rampant lawlessness. We also. There's the discussion about. Trump is just pardoning worker models from our worst. I write the guy that just shooting people the guy that just escape and he ran out and killed him anyway after they let him go but yeah pardon right because our crimes don't matter as what trump's telling everybody everybody just like he's doing here. This person is doing here pre exonerating. Who doesn't matter if you murder people while you're you while you're liberating Bolivia right? It doesn't matter because we're going to exonerate you if you'RE A. US military personnel. Excuse me trump just told you that he's going to wipe clean any crimes you have because it's okay fighting for freedom. It's just so offensive that we can be in a place like this. I think I just jumped ahead there and I didn't want you to see that just yet anyway. According to Mike Pompeo anti-trump this is what freedom and democracy looks like but of course only when it's when their side does it right it's only free freedom and liberty and democracy when their sides the one killing a bunch of people for freedom on the other side does it will that suppression. This is where we are that it's just simply the perspective that matters it's the person committing it right because they're good guy the other one's bad guy the same action suddenly becomes wrong or always wrong and suddenly becomes right however you want to look at got it and just before I went live and that's when I left it up. I added this right before I went live so I forgot where I added it but just before I went live as if to try to further. Make my point right. I saw this from our our good Buddy Mike. This is what he put one. I was hinting to before international support for Guido continues to grow. Apparently Oh is that a fact quite oh the one that nobody cares about anymore that no one has support for that never had majority support of the country or the world which is a fact by the way which is very very clearly shown. That's why they constantly say that F- fifty-eight countries. Now stand with what by the way. That's still very very very much short of the majority of the world and that number has never even been verified by the way they said fifty and money people tried to actually count the countries they claimed and no one can find the fifty. Let's just say a number right fifty eight. Let's make a fifty nine. How about thirty seven? Who Cares doesn't matter? He's just once he just wants to tell you that Guido has support and continues to grow apparently but and that can be seen in by the continual attention that guidos getting in Venezuela right or the fact that no one is even talking about him anymore because clearly is growing in support. I just have to laugh. And how these people just they they knowingly lie whether they think it's for a greater good or whatever. This is him getting up waking up in the morning and saying I'm GonNa lie about Guido today because that's what I want to be the truth. These are people that were supposed to support as our representatives. And there's some of the most dishonest people that I've ever seen in my entire life and that goes for most politicians by the way but of course according to pay. Oh boy is now more popular than ever right. That's what he's actually actually saying right now he said thank you. In Term President. Jean says for Bolivia's recognition of legitimate leader of Venezuela. It's maybe just feel. So Oh forced right like this is feels unnaturally forest even by Mike Bombayo and he's just fifty eight countries now stand with the Venezuelan people in their struggle to return into democracy. It just I mean everything about this person is dishonest and here is another the display of US government backed democracy promotion. Because this is this is what they want you to think right all this is about democracy and promoting democracy and building up a democracy in place if something bad here is Al Jazeera Tessa. Bow as they've tweet says she. It was intentionally teargassed in the is by Bolivian police. While on air she was simply trying to report what was happening and being total pro she kept right on doing it. So just j just like the Israeli idea just spraying attacking people for no reason with no accountability. Well enter Bolivia. I got underway in the puzzle. So this is the beginning of it. I just want to show you the clip where she begins to stalk and the forces spare L. E.. Thea I was just thrown tear-gas by the police on purpose. This is what's happening in the middle of a plaza where people have been protesting peacefully. Police officer just threw tear-gas on my is extremely difficult to speaks very sorry those protesters.

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"bolivia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

09:41 min | 3 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"November sixteen th two thousand nineteen. Thank you for joining me today. That's a video. I played more than once. Many of you have probably seen it more than once doesn't make it any less relevant than it's ever been and these are people that are still you heard dance in their these people that are still within this administration openly talking about genocide openly talking about how these people are less than human while they then while we're then told by our mainstream media in the West that they I think the exact opposite these people are part of their community and that their equals and it's only democracy in the Middle East quite different when you actually hear what these people have to say themselves. Obviously we're GONNA talk about that story today in regard to Israel Gaza the fact that it's still ongoing. Even though the story briefly gets mentioned in the mainstream media when all of a sudden there's rockets flying one direction. They could not care less about all the people that have died. The thirty four plus people civilians largely that have died in Gaza due to these attacks. Don't seem to care about any of that. We're GONNA talk about Netanyahu who and the joint list discussion we had recently about. How all of this seems to be greatly benefiting Netanyahu now of course given to the lack of of space given to youtube titles? No Netanyahu has not yet won as far as I can tell the prime minister position. My point in the Arctic and the headline was that as Gaza continues to lose as they continue to borrow Varley attacked and people die. Netanyahu continues to win and I'll show you what I mean by that as we go through this story today we're GonNa talk about the Iran protests that are going on at why we should be more skeptical than just about any other situation the world right now that we're being told the truth about this story which is rarely the case today but we can see he clear fingerprints of US manipulation but aside from all of that. Even I argued. There's a part of this that is genuine and the point is that these protests because of high gas prices are still the faults of Donald Trump's administration and rather just the fault of the US government to Obama to Bush and so on because they caused the situation. They don't get to that point to it and say ooh look at how bad it is over there seeing as how we created the situation they're dealing with. We're GonNa talk about Bolivia again today. And how very similar situation. How disgusting it is that the mainstream the media can sit here and point out the things that are happening over here? We want you to look. Oh look at look at these situations where he wants you to focus but do not look at all the things happening in Bolivia Livia right now all of the people that are being shot and killed by the people that the US government is supporting right now right to the very the exact same things times five where I I just throw random number but just a lot more severe in Bolivia of th the very same things they're pretending to care about other countries. How does that add up for those that? Actually we believe the mainstream media is trying to be honest flat out ignoring the entire situation. And we'll get into why we know that this is what's going on while it's clear. This is a dictatorship while. It's obvious it's nowhere near democracy or anything close to it as well as the fact that the government itself has a mandate to basically carry out as much violence that they won because the government's already told them that they we'll give them they'll give them a pass. We'll have the document we'll talk about in the show today. Of course trump and Pompeo told democracy as far as they can tell we're gonNA talk about half tarred Libya's does well that accentuates the entire discussion. How suddenly half tar is now not a good guy because Russia backed him? Oh no does that mean for the entire time of the United United States has been backing him and the crimes committed sense after that point right then is even matter all of a sudden weird how suddenly they seem to have backed another person who becomes a bad guy weird it always seems to be a factor and it was going to include an entire segment today on rampant lawlessness. But as I ran short on time and I didn't want the show to be four hours and air at eight. PM My time. I bohm some of this too later. The general discussion of lawlessness is something that we can get into at any time. But as always there's overarching idea. Uh of lawlessness everywhere today emanating from this country from this country's government I should say so before I get into all the firm. We're going to start with the Israel discussion today day for those. That are interested in hearing that before I get into that only one thing. I want to talk about quickly before. We get into this on the topic of lawlessness. More of a lighthearted note that was going to begin the lawlessness discussion but nonetheless still vivid point that I wanted to make and there was a lot of good examples today. Such as stealing people's land to build the wall right not giving them anything for Using eminent domain and emergency status to just steal people's land in the southern border. That's happening by the way as well as plenty of other things that are wildly lawless Hollis while we pretend to be the moral authority of the world. Well here's one that might interest you. This is a story of a businessman who is now being fined. I believe it was Chicago over member incorrectly. He was being fined for not cleaning up. Actually I take that back. I don't think it was Chicago Anyway. It's irrelevant the point is a business owner in this. The city is being fined right now. Not Cleaning up after the homeless population. Bi behind his building right. The city's job right exactly what we pay taxes for so this man is being forced to clean up a bunch of defecation and needles and horrifying discussion situations back there which I could also argue people in the situation because of the problems of the government. But that's a different discussion. The bottom line is it is the city's job to deal with stuff like that. Not only just the mess but deal with the problem. The help people are homeless tried to do to alleviate the problem but at no stretch of the imagination is it. Is it on the business owner to deal with that. And here's the point. So now now. Because he's refusing to pick up the poop behind his building and the used needles. They're being left there because they're claiming on his land will now. They're finding him for not doing their your job. Wrap your mind around that so I tweeted this out. I said so. We're forced to the barrel of a gun to pay taxes or they lock us in the cage. That's just where we all are car. But when they fail to do their job in this case it would be cleaning up the defecation. The streets the use needles by the homeless population that they're not dealing with right when when they failed to do their job which our taxes are meant to go toward and instead use only those taxes for war which is where we are right now. They simply tax us again Dan for failing to do their job which they originally taxed you for which looks like I left that out which they originally taxed you for oops but anyway the point is as you can see they failed. Their job is to use our tax dollars to the same old excuses. We always get. WHO's GonNa fix the roads roads right on? WHO's going to deal with these things? The same people that always do but the point is right now. It's their obligation because our taxes are meant to go to fill the potholes to clean up the streets to deal with things like this us and now instead of doing that. They're finding this man to do it because they're not doing it. Well someone has to do it. And because he's refusing to they're they're going to tax them again so they tax you you for the job then when they don't do it they tax you again because you're not doing what they're telling you to do. This is the reality we're living in. This is a small example of just this ridiculous just new cares about the laws right. It doesn't matter the fact that we have constitutional rights. It doesn't matter. This is a microcosm of the larger issue. That stems from this government today and and I'm really hoping that people can begin to pick up on this but as it continues to encroach on your small personal freedoms like this. I hope people will begin to recognize that this is just a very very very very small part of what the rest of the world is dealing with on a daily basis. Taking things from you that are not there to take so. Let's begin today with with the discussion of Israel and interestingly note how our tax dollars weirdly are going to wars instead of cleaning up the streets like supposed to and you could clearly make an argument that these are largely slee. Israel's wars that the. US government is fighting today. And that's not my opinion. There's obvious examples and evidence to back that up and here. We are dealing with it right now from press TV Israel bombs Gaza for second day after submitting to truth. Now as we briefly talked about or you know in in length talked about yesterday I would briefly say now this all this began when when Israel assassinated a Islamic Jihad leader right. This is what it was. They started it and admitted to that. So there's no arguing self defense in this case. This was an aggressive attack. You could argue that. They had the right to do it which they didn't especially especially as they pretend they're the only democracy in the Middle East that doesn't give this man due process or any kind of legal courts any kind of legal situation no we just assassinated because he bad guy but we're a democracy Chrissy who gives people their rights right. You can't play it both ways and all of you could argue. People may arguable there in the middle of a war. But there's no declared war we're also talking about a a position within their own country. It's all occupied. Palestine which Israel has control of which they call Israel and they relegate Gaza to a separate area and pretend it's own place with its own representation even though they are not allowed to leave and live under the complete control of Israel right. It's all an illusion so you can't tell while they're in the middle of a war right. They could let these people leave if they really wanted to end this but the reality is they started the situation they attack this person they killed him then. They responded from Gaza which which is the point and they expected that's important understand. They expected and I argue planned for Gaza's response used it now today and yesterday and today we're seeing continued attacks now there's discussions and reports of wayward rockets. Some of which haven't been able to verify big surprise others doesn't don't seem like they came from anybody that was part of any larger operation. Didn't change anything. They still killed people in bombed civilian areas. This is just the way it always goes. What you'll see in this in this discussion Russian today as you've probably already seen if you've been paying attention at all now? Rockets were reportedly fired.

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"bolivia" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:19 min | 3 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on AP News

"In an Associated Press interview Morales said he would like of the U. N. to be a mediator in Bolivia's crisis not just a facilitator perhaps accompanied by the Catholic Church and if pope Francis is needed him to you and secretary general Antonio Guterres said Thursday he sending a personal envoy to Bolivia to support efforts to find a peaceful solution to the nation's crisis well it's also says the US was the great conspirator behind the coup d'etat this forced him from Bolivia Morales has long had a tense relationship with Washington I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"bolivia" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"With the vice president and minister of health that I've decided after listening to my friends a call come in the Bolivian worker center and also listening to the Catholic Church to resign my position as president living as first indigenous president David Morales has resigned following what he described as a military coup Bolivia's to the scene of weeks of protests since the disputed election last month will get the latest then we spend the rest of the hour with senator Elizabeth Warren on Friday I call moderated the first presidential forum an environmental justice at South Carolina state university warrant talked about the climate crisis shutting down pipelines capitalism and more racial injustice to the order of the primary states should change you have Iowa and New Hampshire two of the whitest states in the country and then we moved to South Carolina with that have very significant population of people of color and it means the candidates spent so much of their time catering to those first two states I'm just a player in the game I am delighted to be in South Carolina all that and more coming up welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report I'm Amy Goodman Bolivia's in a state of political crisis after the long time president evo Morales resigned Sunday following what he described.

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"bolivia" Discussed on AP News

AP News

07:20 min | 3 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on AP News

"Riley says opposition leaders including Collis messa had instigated a coup against him and that they had lied in trying to blame the government for the chaos and violence that they had provoked Bolivia's first indigenous president resigned on Sunday off of the minute she cool for him to quit unfolding weeks of protests since the disputed election however the opposition's Messel says Morales had been brought down by a popular uprising not by the ministry I'm Charles to this month

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"bolivia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:49 min | 3 years ago

"bolivia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All of these bottles at the item once warehouse are being shipped to retailers inside Bolivia with economy and wine consumption are expanding wine makers are scrambling to produce more for export but are limited by the lack of suitable land still a give me points out that it wasn't so long ago the Bolivian wine was unheard of beyond the country's borders we'll look death like a dream I mean like when it would be the day that we have one eighty one A. like they do in Argentina it was like yeah topic dream but now we're making good wine manual after these many years we are in the same quality of Argentina Chile and that's only because of the grapes a lot of learning in the process now of course a lot of water proof your news I'm John noticed in thirty her Bolivia sweeping reforms that will and cash bail for all misdemeanor and non violent felony charges in New York state take effect in January but some law enforcement groups are objecting saying the changes go too far Karen to which reports the new law still allows for cash bail to be set in the cases of those accused of violent crimes it is expected to significantly reduce the number of pre trial prisoners in the states jail system but district attorney's county sheriff's domestic violence victim advocates and some Republican state senators say the new law goes too far and need some revisions before takes a fact senator sue Sereno from the Hudson Valley offered a measure to give judges more discretion to determine whether a defendant is potentially dangerous before waving bail you think about our judges a lot of these you have repeat offenders they know the histories they are the best ones to make this judgment call senator Patrick Gallivan a Republican from the buffalo area and a former state trooper in Erie County sheriff says the bail changes will affect public safety the repeat drunk driver is free to go back out and drive drunk again the repeat burglar a person who is inclined to violence but not quite violence with a gun or a knife that might want revenge and people they will continue to go out there a second proposed change to the bail reform laws would ensure that people accused of domestic violence and sex related crimes continue to qualify for bail in pre trial detention Leah Feldman is with the domestic violence victims advocacy group community programs at family services in Poughkeepsie she says domestic violence is a pattern of power and control which escalates over time the pre trial phase the time between an offender's arrest and sentencing is known to be the most dangerous time for a victim of domestic violence this is a time that a victim is most Klay to be killed she says the victims also have breathing room to seek help and protection while their alleged abuser is in jail before trial advocates of the bail reform law say the senators and law enforcement officers are missing the point Amy Jones with the reform group citizen action stood outside the press conference with the small number of protesters Jones says under the old bail Los richer privileged and usually white people can afford to meet fail while lower income black and brown people cannot their poor people so this is trump style rhetoric the Senate Republicans are using their president's rhetoric to lawn order is fear mongering and it's not going to keep our communities safer what's going to keep our communities safer is having people home with their families still employed still in their housing still being the fabric of the society president trump weighed in on the changes to the state's bail laws in a tweet on Tuesday saying governor Andrew Cuomo in New York City mayor bill de Blasio are quote letting out nine hundred criminals some hardened and bad under the sidewalks of our rapidly declining city Cuomo answers that similar bail reforms are already in place in a neighboring state and were signed into law by its former Republican governor essentially the same bill was passed by New Jersey several years ago signed by the governor of New Jersey Chris Christie person who I worked very closely Republic in trump's transition director and it is work very well that's the same bail reform he's talking about here Republicans are in the minority in the state Senate and the proposed revisions would need backing from Democrats a spokesman for the majority party Senate Democrats accused the GOP senators and their supporters of relying on alternate fax spokesman Mike Murphy says their proposals have already been rejected by most new Yorkers in Albany I'm Karen to wet the Supreme Court will take up the docket case next week testing the trump administration's policy on immigration and next time on the New York radio hour we'll talk to two of the lawyers arguing before the court this is a rule of law case involving hundreds of thousands of individuals who will be hurt by an abrupt and unjustified change in policy that's next time on the New York radio out tomorrow morning at ten on 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