40 Burst results for "Brazil"

Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on The Breakdown

The Breakdown

00:42 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on The Breakdown

"Amendments to the bill that were rejected to ensure the bill could be passed included a tax break for crypto miners utilizing renewable energy, as well as a requirement to segregate customer assets from crypto firm balance sheet assets. Currently Brazil ranks 7th in chain Alice's global crypto adoption index, seeing 142.7 billion in crypto trading between July 21 and June 2022, which was the most in South America. Bitcoin magazine tweets the bill recognizes cryptocurrencies as digital representations of value that can be used as a means of payment and as an investment asset in

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Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

00:46 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on ESPN FC

"Criticism around France today, but they made a ton of changes and the Franco get to that later on and similarly Brazil. Who are yet to play their third game, of course, but it just feels that those two teams France and Brazil and if everything goes according to plan, Argentina meet Brazil in 70 final. And maybe we see how that fears, but I just feel Brazil are better equipped for somebody who throws up something that they're not expecting. They're an adjustment is needed. That game management is needed. I just don't think Argentina has shown that. And how is that different than when we started the tournament? Because when we started the tournament, you were picking I was picking Argentina one because I thought, given the run that they were on, they were better equipped or simply playing most of their players playing with more confidence than you'd seen so far. And just keeping in mind, I really feel that Argentina's kind of big hurdle was going far in tournaments. Going all the way in tournaments, I should say, not far, not just for, but going all the way in tournaments. And then they proved that they could in the Copa América. And I just felt I expected so much more from Argentina. Now keep in mind, they go through top of the group absolutely and that's to be applauded. You can make the comparisons with speed in 2010. Absolutely, you can do that. But as we look at this group and again, with some of those concerns, you lose a Saudi Arabia and then you beat two teams who are there trying to damage limitation for 90 minutes. Mexico and Poland had no interest in winning the games. They were just there and damaged limitation exercises. And those are the two games. So I don't think those two tests have disproved my concern that Saudi Arabia is in the police. Well, I think it was important from Argentina's practice today. It was the fact that, okay, Leonardo Messi misses a penalty Chechen, he makes a say. And we have seen this before from Messi in the World Cup against Iceland in 2018, where he missed a penalty, and then he went hiding. He went missing the rest of the game. That wasn't the case today. And the fans themselves misses a penalty and the fans you could hear, see, massive. They know how important how critically important Messi is for this team. And not only for

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Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on Simply Bitcoin

Simply Bitcoin

01:17 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on Simply Bitcoin

"No wonder local seek alternatives to the status quo. Check your monetary privilege you ECB douchebags. Oh man. Oh man. Oh man. Oh man oh man. Let's go back before we throw Niko Jones on the case. First and foremost, as I tweeted this morning on the simply Bitcoin Twitter account. Man, the ECB calling Bitcoin irrelevant is just pure cope and projection. We know at least as bitcoiners that Bitcoin make central banks irrelevant. And they are on the road to irrelevant. So as we've been covering on the show for a long time, they are obviously projecting what they know to be true about themselves. I think Nico said that almost on every single show that we talk about this. But again, I've been saying this on the show all the time as well. The low hanging fruit arguments that they use, they will continue to use. What was their argument for this Bitcoin won't be payment, maybe an investment, it's energy wasteful, but my question is a very simple one. If Bitcoin is so irrelevant, then why do you need to feel the need to write an article denouncing it guys? It's obviously that they're scared that Bitcoin has taken away their power. It's taken away the power of the money printer. And they have to do whatever they can to dissuade the masses out there from becoming big corners because bitcoiners each their lunch. And I love that you added the Brazil news on top of the ECB trying to dunk on Bitcoin because this is just further proof that Bitcoin is not becoming irrelevant. It is becoming more relevant in time every single day. Block by block, more people are adopting Bitcoin. More nations will adopt Bitcoin. And it's only a matter of time until everyone becomes a bitcoiners. So, man, ECB, Chrissy, I'm sorry, babe, you know, better luck next time we will continue to stack, we will continue to spread that Bitcoin signal. And Bitcoin is going to take over the world. It's only a matter of time, guys. Bitcoin is here, and they can't stop it. All they can do is put words on a paper to try to dissuade people from putting their savings, their capital, their lives work behind Bitcoin. And as I covered in the culture segment, we are here doing our best to push that signal every single day, and you guys are as well. So continue to do this guys because they are afraid. This is a simple day are afraid moment. Anyways, we got an eco Jones on the case. What's good, bro, did you did you dive in on this news? Yesterday or what have you, bro? What's going on with you? Yeah. So I think you hit the nail on the head, right? That projection idea, right? And I think that this is the case right here, right? Clearly the guys incentives are not aligned. In charge of developing and rolling out the Central Bank digital currencies in Europe, but at the same time, he's writing a paper basically saying that Bitcoin's days are numbers.

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Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on Simply Bitcoin

Simply Bitcoin

00:37 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on Simply Bitcoin

"This is fun they're trying to take some of our words here. The negative impact on the customer relations and the reputational damage to the entire industry could be enormous once Bitcoin investors will have made further losses. Oh, hey, we like goblin town. That's a pay raise. We get more sets per cookbooks. That's good for us. Now let's go back. Now, opti, you may not have to reach out to all Christine lazard and her forked tongue and her limber legs because the authors here, Ulrich Ben sill. I will just leave that here so everybody knows that conflict of interest think you base load all right, let's check out Ulrich benzil, division current position, director general email, ECB, Europa. Okay, okay. So what I'm getting at is I was wondering, did this guy just ride the short bus? Did he take a blow to the head? No, he's a shit corner. Here we go. Central Bank digital currency, Ulrich benzel, Fabio Pennetta Ignacio toro. So all the same things you could hear out of a typical pay for propaganda, Greenpeace, article, that's what you just got from the ECB. And if this is all you have to throw at Bitcoin, you guys are just totally fucked. You're going to get run over and take a look at this. We got some good news. Brazil, Brazil says sit and spin ECB approves a bill regulating the use of Bitcoin as payment. Let's dig into it. Voted on Tuesday evening and Brasília, the country's capital, the new all the new rules recognize Bitcoin as a digital representation of value that can be used as a means of payment and as an investment asset in the south. The bill applies broadly to a sector which it calls virtual assets now only needs the president's signature to become law. not make Bitcoin or any cryptocurrency illegal tender in the country. The bill tasks the executive branch with selecting government bodies to oversee the market, the expectation is that the Central Bank of Brazil would be in charge when Bitcoin is used as payment, while the country's SEC will be the watchdog when it is used as an investment asset both the BCB and CVM along with the federal tax authority help lawmakers craft the overhaul legislation. Let's go ahead and get down here. A big miss from Tuesday's vote was the rejection of a closet that sought to cut to cut some state and federal taxes on purchases of Bitcoin mining machines. So they were looking for some tax incentives for miners, while the text was quite restrictive, the benefit would only apply to operations using renewable energy sources. It was apparently not enough to be approved. So that kind of similar to the moratorium, even except you can mine, there's just no tax incentives there. Now let's go into this piece once passed into law, Brazilians can use Bitcoin as a payment method while digital assets will be recognized as an investment asset class as securities as we've been saying for months and months and years and years.

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Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News

Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News

00:43 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News

"To be discussing the Bitcoin price Tapping $17,000 as analysts warn of inbound Bitcoin risk events. That's right. And quoting Charles Edwards we're seeing the third highest Bitcoin miner selling of all time. This level of Bitcoin miner stress today is seconded by only two other occasions, the two other times, Bitcoin was just $290 and get this $2 and ten cents, also in today's show breaking news, Brazil passes law to legalize crypto as a payment method. That's right, the law was approved by the chamber of deputies of Brazil, but still requires the approval of the executive branch to be enacted also in today's show. Bankruptcy court told FTX and Alameda. They owe BlockFi a $1 billion, but it gets a little more complicated while BlockFi has attempted to separate itself from FTX and Alameda and his bankruptcy proceedings. It has many financial ties still to the firm own by Sam bankman fried, also in today's show more breaking news, the European Central Bank blasts Bitcoin and the Twitter community respawns and claps back. I'll be breaking this down for you as the FUD continues also in today's show. Ethereum prime for an imminent move that can dictate its performance for the next year says top crypto analysts Justin Bennett, quoting him here. This multiyear pattern, which I'll be sharing with you, will likely determine whether Ethereum outperforms our underperforms Bitcoin next year in 2023, also in today's show, veteran investor Mark Mobius expects the Bitcoin price to fall to $10,000 after the recent FTX collapse. However, he says crypto is here to stay and there are several investors who still have faith in it, will also be taking a look at the overall crypto market. All this, plus so

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Brazil expels US fishing tour company from Indigenous land

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Brazil expels US fishing tour company from Indigenous land

"Brazil's expelling a U.S. fishing tour company from indigenous land. A federal court in Brazil has ordered a New Jersey based fishing tourism company to leave a remote indigenous area of the Amazon, after prosecutors filed charges of operating without government authorization and manipulating indigenous people, which is illegal in the country. The attorney general's office alleges the company acute angling, invaded the territory, where it set up a luxury fishing lodge without either proper consultation or approval from relevant agencies based on the testimony of indigenous people, prosecutors in court documents accuse acute angling of striking deals with some local leaders. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Bolsonaro Challenges Brazil Election He Lost to Lula

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:32 min | Last week

Bolsonaro Challenges Brazil Election He Lost to Lula

"The United States media and also the western media have kind of gone silent on Brazil following the Brazilian election. So it's almost like the media left heaved a collective sigh of relief. Oh, our man Lula da Silva socialist has beaten Bolsonaro and basically we are now looking forward to all of Latin and South America falling into the hands of the left. Which by the way is a danger as possibility. But in Brazil, the issue is not settled at all, it seems. There have been continuing massive demonstrations. Most recently a demonstration in front of the military headquarters, apparently over 2 million people. Think about that. 2 million people in Brazil make a big country, but nevertheless, this is a this is one of the largest crowds that you'll see anywhere in the world. And what are the people saying they're basically saying that this is an election that demands to be audited. So in other words, this is, in a sense, familiar territory. They're saying that there was a lot of cheating in the election, particularly in the Rio de Janeiro area, spent some discussion of whether there have been there was pre programming of the machines and apparently there's now a divide in Brazil between the Defense Department and the Supreme Court.

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"brazil" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

05:29 min | 2 weeks ago

"brazil" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"The most memorable Saturday races yet, as George Russell defeated Max Verstappen to secure top spot on the grid for the Brazilian Grand Prix, a split entire strategy saw Russell start on softs and Verstappen on the mediums and once both had picked off Friday hero and pole man Kevin Magnussen, a cat and mouse fight ensued at the front of the field. It took three bites of the cherry as Verstappen defended Hardin's term for the Russell got the move done with ten laps to go before sprinting if your pardon the pun into the distance and secure the Saturday win for Mercedes. Verstappen fell back to fourth after losing a chunk of his front wing in contact with Carlos Sainz, the Ferrari man grabbing second ahead of Lewis Hamilton. Science's engine change penalty drops him back to 7th on the grid, meaning it is provisionally an all Mercedes front row, although Hamilton is among 6 drivers going to the stewards this evening for various sprint race incidents. Joining me to discuss today's F one sprint is auto sport F one editor Matt Q now Matt first things first was that the best F one sprint yet. I think so, so listeners I'll give you a secret that we're not quite as spontaneous as this podcast would suggest we Luke sent me the script a few minutes ago for this. So I've been roundly I've just recapped refreshed for myself that the previous sprint races and what are the contenders before I think Silverstone probably for max versus Lewis, but that was only really one lap one corner. It was more about what happened the following day. And the only other thing of note, I think, at Silverstone, was Alonso's recovery. So that was decent. I suppose Monza you'd say how it set up the McLaren's for the win the next day and then Brazil was all about Hamilton's comeback drive, which in itself was fantastic, but in terms of the question over, what could Magnussen do? How soon Verstappen overtake. And then and then the Mercedes coming through, and the clashes between teammates and that's what you want from a sprint race. If I can make it all about myself, it's not an easy one to write because it's so frenetic and the laps ticked by a so quickly at such a short circuit, but that was mega if that's if that's what a sprint race is all about, then brilliant. But something I would complain about is can't all be perfect. So I was delighted that the rules were changed for this year because Kevin Magnussen is now recognized as officially having won a Formula One pole position. He is formula ones a 106 pollster, I think. What do we refer to Russell as now? Because he's not a Formula One race winner, even though he's won a Formula One race, is he? So I could still, I could still be yoked about that, but that's only if you press me Luke. You can be explored that and I did see I think the BBC ran their flash that came up on the app said George Russell wins first Formula One race and it's like technically yes, but also no. So it's an interesting one, isn't it? I think it's something that I think the stat gurus will be definitely digging into at some point. What do we call draw Russell? Do you know that I guess he did? He did win the race. You know that will be causing some consternation in a pub quiz ten years from now. Oh, there will be a way to draw Russell's score his first F one race win. Would this be counted or not? I will be the man up at the counter saying, now you gotta count interlagos 2022, but anyway, it's not about our future pub quiz success. It's, of course, about George Russell, a really brilliant display from him and Mercedes today. I think that the scene came into this weekend, maybe not expecting to be as competitive as it was in Mexico. I think it thought that it might be a little bit of a step back, but the car really seems come alive in the sprint race. We saw that with Lewis Hamilton as well, fighting his way up to third place. But I think the real key point was the fight between Russell and Verstappen. We know that split entire strategy was key and we'll get onto that. But Matt, what did you make of Russell's racecraft going wheel to wheel with Verstappen? We know how trick it can be at times. We saw at that very corner last year when it was Verstappen and Hamilton going wheel to wheel fighting for the title. Just what can happen. But it really seemed like Verstappen was defending so, so well into that corner, and it took Russell three bites of the cherry, but he finally got the move done. Exactly, it's sort of put me in mind of those Bahrain Saudi Arabia contests would look like where Verstappen very much seemed to be learning what to do. That's not to imply that he was green going into it, but you know, he worked out right if Russia's going to place his car there. And get good drive, then I've left myself vulnerable. So next up, I need to position my car a wider angle to get a better line back line to defend and carry more speed out of that. So I thought that was really shrewd. Even though he was battling with a silver car and it wasn't Hamilton, I certainly felt that when Hamilton came along and they were battling there and I was sort of more clenched, I suppose for that battle than I was for Russell, but this is really hard proper stuff going to town. And to throw it back to your opening question, was this the best sprint race? The Hamilton Verstappen battle at Silverstone was so short lived. This was three laps and but stretched over four laps we even had one lap off if you like. It was a nice break. And also, that's just talking about the main climaxes page. We could also discuss the opening couple of laps where Russell really sort of made Verstappen sweat and it looked like once Verstappen got his medium tyres up to temperature. That was sort of the battle for second, but effectively the wind even though Kevin Magnussen was still there or there about. So it looked like that one was done. But the fact it sort of then had this crescendo. It was brilliant and I thought both drivers, particularly as we've got from lower down the grid some cases of where it didn't go well, they executed their will to wheel battle perfect. That is distilled F one and the highlights were always exactly what you want

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Mike Lindell Reports on What He's Discovered in the Midterms

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Mike Lindell Reports on What He's Discovered in the Midterms

"You know, Doug, who is doing this and are you talking about like are these the absentee ballots that were put in and they put that in up front? What are we talking about? Good question Eric. This is why we told everybody and we believe that this was a big part of saving this election. We told everyone our real president Donald Trump told everyone, vote the day of and go in there and vote JF, don't vote early. We told everybody that it's a lot harder for them to steal on the day of. They weren't prepared for it. They were prepared in Brazil. When they took Brazil, the 5.1 million votes were taken from barcelo in this last election in Brazil. So they could lose their country forever. We're praying for Brazil. It is exactly what you say. It's the mail in ballots, the early voting, those are all coming through as they're coming through the Edison. You're seeing the order they came in. So as the votes are put in, you can't go negative. And you certainly can't go, you can't put this many votes in. When you had a given example, Doctor Oz and fetterman, every time a Doctor Oz caught up and you can see these graphs on frisbee, every time he caught up, the injected 90,000 votes into fetterman in real time. So here's 90,000 catches up again. Here's another 90. 560 some thousand votes were injected into fetterman. I mean, Pennsylvania is as red as their as red can be. They stole them all there, okay?

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In the Amazon, a giant fish helps save the rainforest

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

In the Amazon, a giant fish helps save the rainforest

"In the Amazon a giant fish is helping to save the rainforest Piero Roku's are huge Weighing as much as 440 pounds at nearly vanished as vessels swept the lakes with large nets Ted gear with the USAID in Brazil says illegal fishing has been reduced and there is a plan for catching pirro's 30% of the adult fish every year They're able to grow the amount of fish that are that are here while at the same time taking out more and being able to sell them And there are buyers for piro Roku's This product not only is delicious but it also is produced in the sustainable fashion which helps the environment It helps in reducing carbon emissions Fishing is done once a year around September the period of lowest water A fisherman's wife in Brazil says it is so tasty Everybody that eats it falls in love with it and wants more I'm Ed Donahue

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Is a Military Coup Likely in Brazil? Paulo Figueiredo Filho Weighs In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

Is a Military Coup Likely in Brazil? Paulo Figueiredo Filho Weighs In

"So do you think a military coup is likely, so today, today's a holiday in Brazil. It's like the day of the dead, okay? And it's a national holiday. So what happened today was very weird that people started going to the streets and not going to only to the streets, but go to the military basis and to military headquarters. Okay, like our Pentagon and we're seeing thousands of people. I mean, it's unbelievable. I don't know how many. Because the press not covering. What are they doing? They're asking for a military intervention. So in order to understand that, you need to understand that from 1964 to 1985, Brazil was under a military regime. Military presidents elected. Really? Indirectly. Because in 1964, the communists trying to coop in Brazil, same thing they did in Cuba and most countries in Latin America, but when they tried that, the military intervened and then the military established a military regime, which was more conservative. My grandfather was actually the less present of that regime. Really? Yeah. That's fascinating. And there was a peaceful transition to the civil governments again, ald institutions worked Congress, the courts, everything, we had moderate freedom of speech. You couldn't create a size of regime, but it could criticize. But the problem is the country boom during those years. Brazil was the 7 second largest economy in the world when the military took over when they last Brazil was 8.

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Journalist Paulo Figueiredo Filho Discusses Brazil's Invalid Votes

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Journalist Paulo Figueiredo Filho Discusses Brazil's Invalid Votes

"If it's all machine voting, why is it that there were anywhere between 5 to 6 million invalid votes? That, I mean, you see the tabulation. It's because you have the opportunity when you're voting. You can even vote blank or new. And that's when you, well, you can even vote wrong wrongly, meaning it's a number. So the two candidates have a number. Bolsonaro was 22, Lula was 13. If you type for example, 17, it's considered new. Just because there's no candidate with 17. It's going to appear on the screen. That's new. You want to confirm it, and you could confirm it. So that's new. And you have the option. There's a key that you press and it's blank. And when you do it, you press blank and the screen shows that you want to vote blank. And it means your vote will be tabulated. The reason they have that in Brazil is because voting is mandatory in Brazil. It's not optional, like in the U.S.. You have to go vote. Otherwise, you get fined. And you have to go vote, but you don't need to vote in any of the candidates so you can vote even either blank or new. So that's extraordinary. Well, don't get me started on that. Mandatory voting, which of course always favors the left. It has always been and that's why it's so in place. So the problem is, and that's very weird because it's the first time to happen. In history, the way that the data behaved was very weird, same anomalies that we had similarly as we had in the U.S. in some states, like the data Bolsonaro started. We had on the count and then Lula started getting votes out of nowhere, anyone in almost fixed rate and the data behaved and trust me. I'm an economist as well. So I'm used data. The data did behave very, really. We can't prove there was a fraud on the counting, but definitely weird.

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"brazil" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"brazil" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"There is a tremendous amount of confusion. Regarding Brazil, Brazil is a great country and it's very, very, let's just say murky with what is happening. In the great country of Brazil. And with us now, as someone to help us hopefully get some clarity on this, he's a Brazilian journalist at JP news. It's Paulo, Faye rito. Hope I said that right, Paolo. Welcome to the program. Thank you, Charlie. You did it perfect. That's my last name. Thank you. Hard to get it right since the beginning. All right, well, I tried my best. So Paul, I have many questions here. And thank you for the time. First, let's just start with the most obvious what the heck is going on right now in Brazil. Oh my God. That's the longest question. So much going on. So Brazil has been under the administration of president Bolsonaro, which is a great friend of president Trump, he is considered a Trump of Latin America, very conservative, more towards a national populist view of the world. A friend of the common man come and worker. And Brazil has been doing great. We're going to have for the first time in my life we're going to have more growth than China this year and less inflation than the U.S., which I know, not the greatest year for China or the U.S., but still going to accomplishment. The country is doing very well during the reforms and all that. It went through the pandemic fairly well, all things considered. And so last Sunday, we had elections and between Bolsonaro, the current president and Lula. Lula is a socialist from the Workers Party. He was, he's been in power from 2003. He was in power from 2003 to 2000 14. And in two 1012, I'm sorry. And in 2015, his successor, a lady, was impeached for defrauding public accounts. He was also convicted three times for corruption. Unfortunately, the Supreme Court deemed all his trials invalid. And by the Supreme Court, I mean, justice appointed by him when he was present. So he got away with it.

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Seriously, What's Up With Brazil? Paulo Figueiredo Filho Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Seriously, What's Up With Brazil? Paulo Figueiredo Filho Explains

"There is a tremendous amount of confusion. Regarding Brazil, Brazil is a great country and it's very, very, let's just say murky with what is happening. In the great country of Brazil. And with us now, as someone to help us hopefully get some clarity on this, he's a Brazilian journalist at JP news. It's Paulo, Faye rito. Hope I said that right, Paolo. Welcome to the program. Thank you, Charlie. You did it perfect. That's my last name. Thank you. Hard to get it right since the beginning. All right, well, I tried my best. So Paul, I have many questions here. And thank you for the time. First, let's just start with the most obvious what the heck is going on right now in Brazil. Oh my God. That's the longest question. So much going on. So Brazil has been under the administration of president Bolsonaro, which is a great friend of president Trump, he is considered a Trump of Latin America, very conservative, more towards a national populist view of the world. A friend of the common man come and worker. And Brazil has been doing great. We're going to have for the first time in my life we're going to have more growth than China this year and less inflation than the U.S., which I know, not the greatest year for China or the U.S., but still going to accomplishment. The country is doing very well during the reforms and all that. It went through the pandemic fairly well, all things considered. And so last Sunday, we had elections and between Bolsonaro, the current president and Lula. Lula is a socialist from the Workers Party. He was, he's been in power from 2003. He was in power from 2003 to 2000 14. And in two 1012, I'm sorry. And in 2015, his successor, a lady, was impeached for defrauding public accounts. He was also convicted three times for corruption. Unfortunately, the Supreme Court deemed all his trials invalid. And by the Supreme Court, I mean, justice appointed by him when he was present. So he got away with it.

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Protests rage in Brazil even as Bolsonaro appears to accept defeat

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Protests rage in Brazil even as Bolsonaro appears to accept defeat

"Brazilian president jair Bolsonaro is apparent acknowledgment of his electoral defeat is not discouraging die hard supporters from staging protests I'm Ben Thomas with the latest On the streets of Rio de Janeiro Bolsonaro supporters chanted federal intervention now and armed forces save Brazil Bolsonaro has refused to congratulate president elect Luis Inacio Lula da Silva or disavow the protesters though he has said he will continue to obey the constitution and reportedly told members of the Supreme Court his election battle has come to an end The conservative leaders allies quickly recognize da Silva's victory and the military has stayed in its barracks A world leaders have swooped in to offer support for de Silva Including

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 Who is Lula? Winner of Brazil's presidential election

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Who is Lula? Winner of Brazil's presidential election

"Brazil's president is still not conceding the election he lost to his leftist rival the former president I'm Ben Thomas with the latest I spoke publicly Tuesday for the first time since results of the presidential election were announced But he didn't mention those results which showed Luis senac Lula da Silva winning with 50.9% of the vote to Bolsonaro's 49.1 The tightest margin since Brazil's return to democracy in 1985 Bolsonaro did say he will follow the rules laid out in the nation's constitution And

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"brazil" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:10 min | Last month

"brazil" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"But I asked them, I say, have you guys read in great detail? What Plato tried to warn us about when it came the democracy? Dictatorships naturally arise out of democracies. And you're going to see that happening in Brazil with this left wing leader. The Electoral College is one of the mechanisms which helps spread power over geography. It protects the country from sectionalism, it perfects the country from the urban masses. A political movement that dominates in just one area can force its will on an entire country. The Electoral College necessitates balance. And so now Brazil is going to have this far left wing Marxist take power. So look, Bolsonaro was and is a nationalist. He was a great president. He did a really good job in Brazil. Bolsonaro was very popular. Except in one region where Lula ran up the score. And Lula is a very left wing candidate. He's going to open up the prisons and make Brazil even more dangerous. But thankfully, we're not a democracy. They say Brazil is a democracy. Now, I would love for anyone to come on this program and show me a prosperous, safe, democracy right now in America. I say, oh, France, Germany. You think Germany is a prosperous country? They might be temporarily rich, but it's just a matter of time. And by the way, Germany does not respect freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, freedom of religious conscious, they don't at all. Why would they? They're not a republic. They're a democracy. It's about whoever gets the most amount of stuff. You see, democracy has a common vice. The common vice is the disregard for morality. Remember, Aristotle warned that tolerance and apathy are the last two quote unquote virtues of a dying society. Plato warned extensively about the downfall and the destruction of what democracy could mean. You see, we've been led to believe in more ways than one that somehow democracy is an ideal. It's not. Representative government is, of course, it is constitutional government is, and by the way, if you just look at the election results in Brazil, 5.7 million people that cast a ballot had their ballots invalidated. 5.7 million people as Lula beat Bolsonaro by just about 2 million votes makes you think. It is the tightest presidential election in Brazilian history. President Bolsonaro has remained out of public view and the superior electoral court in Brazil has now declared Lula the winner of the second and final round of voting. It means a lot for the future of the western world. And you can make an argument whether or not Brazil is in the western world. I would argue that Brazil is in the western world. But if Brazil had an Electoral College, it would look a lot different. Now we have people that are saying, well, we have to trust the elections in Brazil. Oh, really. We must trust the South American elections now. Okay. Now they just want the results that they like. You see, here's how you know you're living in a democracy, also known as a declining society. If tolerance becomes a chief characteristic. Again, tolerance is the last virtue in quotes of a dying society and who is celebrating this win of Lula in Brazil, China, gangs, drug traffickers, it's the same blueprint they're going to try to put forward here in America. By the way, Donald Trump never would have won if we did not have an Electoral College praise God we have an Electoral College. That's why we have a Republican style of government, small R Republican style of government. That's why these midterms matter so much. Brazil is going to descend into the third world. It is going to cripple fall apart. It's already very dangerous. And there's already video after video Brazilian shootings, crooks, thieves, carjackings, and Brazil is already a very dangerous country. It's going to become an even more dangerous country. Now, I don't. Claim to know all the intricacies of this election. There's been a lot of claims against Bolsonaro. Corruption and all that. But here's what I know. Bolsonaro loved Brazil expanded gun rights and tried his best to turn Brazil into a great country. And if you ask any Brazilian, they'll tell you that the government is extraordinarily corrupt. And that half the time they don't really know who's actually running the country. Gangs, the government, they're very cynical..

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Plato Tried to Warn Us About Democracies

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | Last month

Plato Tried to Warn Us About Democracies

"Guys read in great detail? What Plato tried to warn us about when it came the democracy? Dictatorships naturally arise out of democracies. And you're going to see that happening in Brazil with this left wing leader. The Electoral College is one of the mechanisms which helps spread power over geography. It protects the country from sectionalism, it perfects the country from the urban masses. A political movement that dominates in just one area can force its will on an entire country. The Electoral College necessitates balance. And so now Brazil is going to have this far left wing Marxist take power. So look, Bolsonaro was and is a nationalist. He was a great president. He did a really good job in Brazil. Bolsonaro was very popular. Except in one region where Lula ran up the score. And Lula is a very left wing candidate. He's going to open up the prisons and make Brazil even more dangerous. But thankfully, we're not a democracy. They say Brazil is a democracy. Now, I would love for anyone to come on this program and show me a prosperous, safe, democracy right now in America. I say, oh, France, Germany. You think Germany is a prosperous country? They might be temporarily rich, but it's just a matter of time. And by the way, Germany does not respect freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, freedom of religious conscious, they don't at all. Why would they? They're not a republic. They're a democracy. It's about whoever gets the most amount of stuff.

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"brazil" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:10 min | Last month

"brazil" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"That's why we are here. Brought to you by Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage for personalized loan services you can count on, go to Andrew and Todd dot com, the wonderful Andrew and Todd dot com. Brazil is making some international headlines. For now, unfortunately, displacing the great leader hare Bolsonaro, so look, in Brazil, they have an interesting system. They have a straight popular vote system. And if Brazil had an Electoral College Bolsonaro would have won. So I know very little about Brazil politics. I know probably more than an average American, but I'm far from an expert on it. But there's different regions in Bolsonaro one, every single region, except what is in Portuguese called the nordeste region, of which I don't know where that is. I'm guessing that is the most populated area of the country. And so or yeah, if it's northeast, and I don't know what, I guess that would be, I don't know what, I guess that's the population center. I can't imagine Rio de Janeiro's in the northeastern part of the country as per they describe it. Okay, it's not, but he won it in a big way, I guess. So if you look at the percentages, though, if you win 70, 30 in that one portion of the country, then you are able to basically run the table. It's basically like just winning California 75, 25, and then you become president. You see the Electoral College is a Republican idea. Not a Republican Party idea, but a small R republic idea. The American founders were extremely wise. The constitution spreads power across branches of government. But it also spreads over geography and time. This is what makes a republic different than a democracy. I have been on the record and I'll say it again. Democracy is a bad idea. We are not a democracy. Democracy is unsustainable. They always say our democracy, our democracy, our democracy, we're not a democracy, and we never should be a democracy. Democracy is fold very quickly. In fact, you can go back to numerous citations of ancient wisdom. About the warnings of democracy. Look, it's very difficult to take over the American political system on a whim or a passing political moment. Think about Floyd a palooza during the summer of 2020. You need to convince voters in different states with different backgrounds, demographics, needs, jobs, economic concerns, to work in harmony together. This system has worked very well the preserve our freedom and liberty. You see a republic is designed to pursue liberty, which is the pursuit of virtue to protect liberty, which is the pursuit of virtue. That's what a republic is good at. A democracy is good at giving away a lot of free stuff and then giving you a tyrant. You see the leftist media and the academics they go nuts anytime you attack democracy..

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How Brazil Got California'd

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | Last month

How Brazil Got California'd

"Is making some international headlines. For now, unfortunately, displacing the great leader hare Bolsonaro, so look, in Brazil, they have an interesting system. They have a straight popular vote system. And if Brazil had an Electoral College Bolsonaro would have won. So I know very little about Brazil politics. I know probably more than an average American, but I'm far from an expert on it. But there's different regions in Bolsonaro one, every single region, except what is in Portuguese called the nordeste region, of which I don't know where that is. I'm guessing that is the most populated area of the country. And so or yeah, if it's northeast, and I don't know what, I guess that would be, I don't know what, I guess that's the population center. I can't imagine Rio de Janeiro's in the northeastern part of the country as per they describe it. Okay, it's not, but he won it in a big way, I guess. So if you look at the percentages, though, if you win 70, 30 in that one portion of the country, then you are able to basically run the table. It's basically like just winning California 75, 25, and then you become president. You

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Why Democracy Is a BAD Idea

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | Last month

Why Democracy Is a BAD Idea

"See the Electoral College is a Republican idea. Not a Republican Party idea, but a small R republic idea. The American founders were extremely wise. The constitution spreads power across branches of government. But it also spreads over geography and time. This is what makes a republic different than a democracy. I have been on the record and I'll say it again. Democracy is a bad idea. We are not a democracy. Democracy is unsustainable. They always say our democracy, our democracy, our democracy, we're not a democracy, and we never should be a democracy. Democracy is fold very quickly. In fact, you can go back to numerous citations of ancient wisdom. About the warnings of democracy. Look, it's very difficult to take over the American political system on a whim or a passing political moment. Think about Floyd a palooza during the summer of 2020. You need to convince voters in different states with different backgrounds, demographics, needs, jobs, economic concerns, to work in harmony together. This system has worked very well the preserve our freedom and liberty. You see a republic is designed to pursue liberty, which is the pursuit of virtue to protect liberty, which is the pursuit of virtue. That's what a republic is good at. A democracy is good at giving away a lot of free stuff and then giving you a tyrant.

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 Brazil’s brash President Bolsonaro mum after election loss

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Brazil’s brash President Bolsonaro mum after election loss

"A leftist former president has prevailed over the far right incumbent in Brazil's presidential election but there's nothing been conceded yet I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Luis sinato Lula da Silva scored a tight victory over jair Bolsonaro receiving 50.9% of the vote to the president's 49.1 while congratulations have poured into Lula from world leaders Bolsonaro has not reacted in any way After the results were announced Sunday Night Lula told supporters he'd received no call from Bolsonaro and didn't know whether the incumbent would recognize the result Bolsonaro's campaign made repeated unproven claims of possible electoral manipulation

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Brazil's Lula to reclaim presidency after beating Bolsonaro

AP News Radio

01:03 min | Last month

Brazil's Lula to reclaim presidency after beating Bolsonaro

"Brazilians have delivered a slim margin of victory to leftist former president Louis and asio Lula da Silva in a divisive presidential election Proud celebrated in the streets São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro Sunday Night after voters reelected Louis initio Lula da Silva as president for a third time It's a stunning comeback for a candidate who is at one time in prison for corruption Lula support a Carina palacio told the AP the wind was not so much about supporting Lula's leftist party as a rejection of far right incumbent yair Bolsonaro This is a relief at least we won't have a genocidal militia man ruling the country Bolsonaro's campaign made repeated claims of election manipulation before the vote in a victory speech to Silva said his win was a victory for the Brazilian people This isn't a victory of mine or the Workers Party nor the parties that supported me in campaign It's the victory of a democratic movement I'm Jennifer King

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The Final Results, or Lack Thereof, of the Brazilian Election

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:12 min | Last month

The Final Results, or Lack Thereof, of the Brazilian Election

"I'd like to talk about the result or perhaps I should say lack of a final result in the Brazilian election. An election interestingly enough that bears real similarities with things going on in the United States. First of all, right before the election, the polls show that Lula da Silva, who is the left wing socialist candidate, was leading and was leading decisively. He had over 50% of the vote, Bolsonaro, who is the incumbent jeri Bolsonaro, was way behind with something like 36 or 37%. So this looked like it was going to be like a blowout election. And the left was kind of salivating over this because oh yeah, Bolsonaro is another Trump, he's an authoritarian. He's disgraced, Brazil on the world stage. He's expressed doubts about the COVID vaccine and so on. The results of the election come in and it's basically a tie. Now it's disturbing that it is a tie because this Lula da Silva is bad news. Not only leftist, but this is sometimes a redundant phrase corrupt, deeply corrupt, and in fact serves sometime I believe in prison for corruption scandals that Lula da Silva was in fact the prime minister earlier and was mired in corruption scandals. So in any event, not only does Bolsonaro tie, which means there's going to be a runoff election, and that alone came as a surprise to the media to the left. But a bunch of the Bolsonaro candidates, people who had been demonized by the media, also won their races. Strengthening, if you will, the conservative hold on the parliament. And so you have here one of the left wing activists is quoted in The Guardian, guardian is a good source for how the left is thinking. Maria Christina Fernández a political commentator in Brazil, she goes bowl scenario. He's becoming a political project with a beginning and middle and an end. The degree of conservatism, they have managed to insert into the Congress as something permanent and will take a very long time to reverse. So

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Gunman kills 35 in attack starting at Thai child care center

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Gunman kills 35 in attack starting at Thai child care center

"A former police officer has killed dozens of people in a gun and knife attack that began at a chant care center in Thailand The sound of people weeping and talking in panic fills the air as well it is and rescuers gather outside a child care center in nongbua lampu wherever 20 children were killed The attacker fled the center and then started shooting from his car as he drove home before killing his wife and child and then taking his own life photos and videos posted online of the day care showed the floor of one room was smeared with blood and sleeping mats scattered about alphabet pictures and other colorful decorations adorned the walls Firearm related deaths in Thailand are much lower than in countries like the United States and Brazil but higher than in countries like Japan and Singapore that have strict gun control laws I'm Karen Chammas

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Brazil’s far-right leader Bolsonaro outperforms polls to force runoff with leftist Lula

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Brazil’s far-right leader Bolsonaro outperforms polls to force runoff with leftist Lula

"Brazil's election has provided the world yet another example of polls missing the mark with incumbent jair Bolsonaro considerably outperforming expectations to prove the far right wave he rode to the presidency remains a force The most trusted opinion polls had indicated leftist former president Lula da Silva was far out front and potentially even clinching a first round victory One prominent pre election poll gave to silver a 14% point lead in the end Bolsonaro surprised to the upside and came within just 5 points

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Putin illegally annexes 4 regions in Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Putin illegally annexes 4 regions in Ukraine

"Russia has vetoed United Nations resolution calling its Ukraine annexation referendums illegal I Norman hall the measure would have condemned Russia's referendums in four Ukrainian regions as illegal declared them invalid and urged all countries not to recognize any annexations of the territory claimed by Moscow The resolution would have also demanded an immediate halt at Russia's invasion and immediate unconditional withdrawal from Ukraine The vote in the 15 member Security Council was ten to one with China India Brazil and Gabon abstaining U.S. ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield had said before the vote that in the event of a Russian veto the resolution would be taken to the 193 member General Assembly where there are no vetoes

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"brazil" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"brazil" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Brazil had been on edge in the run-up to mass rallies on independence day yesterday president j edibles not had called for his supporters. Hit the streets and they responded in at least nineteen state capitals. The demonstrations were the largest since mr bolsonaro to office in two thousand eighteen in the largest city sao paulo. The crowd was estimated at one. Hundred and ten thousand. In the capital brasilia. The buildings of congress had to be protected. The protests ended up being peaceful. Despite mr dole sonatas railing against among other things the supreme court which has resisted his attempts to push through new voting laws ahead of next year's elections. He told a crowd. That only god will take me out of brazilian. Plenty of numbers suggest that divine intervention won't be the deciding factor covert numbers inflation unemployment and well over a hundred petitions to impeach him. Is it apparent. Show strikes by j bolsonaro but actually. It's basically his weakness. Emma hogan is our americans editor. He is tanking in the polls. There are serious problems for him. He's dealing with some corruption scandals which she denies does the pandemic which has killed over a half million people in brazil and era economic issues now so ahead of the elections next year. He wants to show that he has supporters so he has called out hundreds of thousand people onto the streets. But actually it's. It's a way for him to try and embolden his base at a time when he is incredibly unpopular and brazil as what was the message when his supporters indeed came out so the message is of general rallying before the election up. He said that from today you. History will be written in brazil. But he'll sir lashed out at the judiciary in particular. Ah judge alexander de mariah's he said of this person cannot accept the one passing clouds democracy said either the head of this power gets line or the power suffer what we do not want to sort of. Generalized threats was judiciary and basically trying to fire up his supporters. so why is he directing. All of his ire at the judiciary bulletin are has long claimed that the country's thirteen system is vulnerable to fraud so in august he came. There was fraud in brazil's previous elections and he wants to make it a paper. Eighteen system brazil's supreme electoral court. Intern has said that it will investigate the president for a bunch of things including his attacks on the eighteenth system but it also includes a piece of office in properties of official communication channels corruption and fraud all of which president denies so basically. He's he's been criticized on several different fronts at the moment. And he's turning his criticisms just by claiming that the judiciary is intern. Corrupt out gam and is that narrative working is mr bolsonaro convincing people. That that something's fishy. I mean he support certainly are standing by in rio one pro bowl scenario protester said that she was. She was very happy to see the brazil. Go together for new independent against the communistic tate ship of the judicial authorities. And it's not the case the therapy particularly high levels of trust in institutions that in twenty eighteen fourteen percent brazilians that they trusted the supreme court allot but at the same time. Mr bolsonaro 's ratings are also falling. He's permanent less than thirty percent. This means whereas he might be able to attack these institutions. He also coming on the renewed pressure not least because of the way he's handled pandemic what we've talked a lot on the show before about how the pandemic has progressed in brazil. I i gather things haven't gotten any better. Brazil has a particularly bad pandemic over half a million people dead. They've been questions about vaccine procurement and potential corruption scandals about that. Although at the beginning of the pandemic there was very generous monthly checks to poor people. They were slashed to the beginning of this year. So you'll see the double whammy of the viruses. Still untracked in the country in many respects and people are also feeling really quite hard done by economically as well. The unemployment rate was fourteen percent in the second quarter of this year. Inflation is up particularly staples like rice and sugar of thirty large economies tracked by the abcd. Recently brazil was the only one that didn't grow so people are feeling the pencil on both sides. And so mr boulton reaction to this to to fire up the base to to bring people out onto the streets to to denigrate the courts to continue to to poke at the voting system. There are a lot of parallels here with the the end of the trump presidency. Yes indeed and these parallels certainly being talked about a lot in the brazilian media and elsewhere ahead of these practices. Lots of worries that there were violent in the end. That didn't turn out to be the case. The most worrying moment was on the eve of them. When some protesters push pasta barricade so we shouldn't over egg these they are big protests. They are worrying and anti new bolsonaro. On like donald. Trump doesn't have the sport of half of the population. He isn't doing well. Hundreds of thousands of people came out but there are plenty of people who still don't like the president but at the same time is still not months election and locker change that time. And how do you see things progressing during those thirteen months. Well they're potentially going to be. Anti anti-polls are protests. They could intern enflame his supporters. More it really depends on whether or not the president is impeached. It seems highly likely that the moment has political rivals and came to see him his loud but then inten that raises the question. What will happen when it seems very likely he does lose the next election. So brazil's institutions off fairly strong at the moment. But at the same time the bolsonaro era has has weakened people's trust in them people are feeling really the effects of the pandemic and the.

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"brazil" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"brazil" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"People like young people juniors. Oh always and. I think that's a way to do that. It's like you got to participate in the twenty fifteen world mixed in right now. The world mixed If you have a team and you sign up you get to go but how much how. Much of an impact that have on your development as curler getting to go to a world competition like that and get that experience you. It's amazing way. It's it's hard to explain but you when you go to any ward competition events like that so it's experienced that you need to go to see it's it's time klaux is all the rules and the cannot sweep the just little things that when you do many times. Don't be attention anymore. But once you're first every new though ever sees the extra stress Extra distraction you need to go you need to go and go again learning experience. That's the only way for us. Learn this on january. Now we have The juniors ward be chanting It's going to fire some. Did the brazil's sending team. Oh that's fantastic john. I know jonathan will be there. Huskies always in yeah. He's always for that so he'll be there. Coaching yeah cool. Yeah could knock on wood. We have to win our championship qualifier in two weeks. But yeah if we win thin it's mboya finland so that's way cool. Excited would have a laid this team and boys team and is meant to be the first time in awards championship for them they are they are great kids. Lots still pretty young on a now knock curling time on ice but another thing they are going. They still need to learn lots near still pretty green. You but That's it they are going to have no pertinent some goto dr ward event..

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"brazil" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"brazil" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"Me time here in canada we have The portuguese that to have lots of ice right that is occurring club every corner. We do have really good coal cheese right. Canadian coaches in brazil is a little bit more challenge. Like who is there to teach right now. They have one coach there His name is scott He's canadian but mirrored of a brazilian. Anyway he's there. He's good but he's the of person there. That could teach don't staff but the long process except by sap is growing there but for me Having the possibility to be hearing candidates all the help of ice scopes availability in coaches to help us out the ring brazilians to the ice and make them competitive teams. It's it's great. So how's the national teams changed overtime. Have they initially was just drawn from the vancouver grew prejudice. Draw from wherever you can. Do you have a championship or playoff. How do you like your teams that compete in w cf events. Yeah every year on the brazil consideration do championship for all the categories. Right woman's votes ladies mixed doubles The last few years the championships has been happening in vancouver because the minority of the players were here though lose easier to make a competition where and most of the players were now with the renamed brazil. The plan needs to do the championships in their championship. Is user changed Usually we were doing february-march butts now. We're planning because it's in brazil may be we're going to off-season regular season don't may be may june july that's where the air is scheduling for the next Championships and then people subscribe and then they play in wins. That'd be awesome. Jonathan to your knowledge would it just would just be that arena in the arena in new zealand is the only two in the southern hemisphere. The only two dedicated curling clubs in the southern hemisphere. It has to be right. I think i can't who else at the moment because the only other federated show is the only other southern hemisphere federation. That's active at the moment. Right like in terms like putting teams in world championship events as hell. How long how long were they open before Before the pandemic hit Ago the so bad. I was there. January twenty five to savary. I or something like that. Round weakening week off Opening well i came one month thinks where already closing up for. Who was arnold ten days two weeks. Ohno just horrible timing. Yeah a things down in brazil. I've seen that it's been. It's been rough lately. That they had another spike is it. Is it improving down there to where they might be able to start bringing people into curl again soon. I hope so. I don't know on this Insult razi opening close open close. They close everything up here would would win into getting getting the the curling aspect of the arena built. Was it a was it. A group venture on behalf of the entire ice sports federation. They decided they wanted both a hockey slash skating rink and curling or do you know the history of how that how that facility wound up getting built. I know a little bit The award for the nation abs. Yes they allow all the situations Every year presents some projects or building new arenas and the cg apply Few years ago for for that sunday and they were approved don't arena was actually build with money thrown dobelis. Yes that they give a certain amount of money than they build the project in after certain amount of years they start to pay back the arena. start like that and then what's to be digi did was Instead of just through the three sheets credit is they decide to make a new bigger project..

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"brazil" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"brazil" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"I laugh because looks easy. When you're there you fall is lied. You can't do it on the challenge off. No i want to. I wanna do. That is the first quake in the second one is like when he's to carl sees the beginning. You learn the part of french sheep's partner. Sheep the shaky hands. That's just amazing. Just got me right away. Before there was a curling club in brazil where they're brazilians curling in other parts of the world. Or how did how did it. Curling in brazil get start as like a an organized movement at the first people that start to curl resilience for some Boys in quebec. Two thousand eight nine or ten from that. You're them not exactly exactly which year but they got together. They all went to curling club. Start to curl like in. And then they they figure out that was is sports for the rationing brazil and then they got in touch wish down and that's kind of everything starts and the is Cb digi Duration brazil going through the dobbins would credit creation. And that's how the first brazilian team it started in and they start to see the day. You went to america's challenge and then after them was kind of a little break that they they kept for a few years but then we didn't have more people coming in though does kind of a break from the on the story there that it was them and then kind of not more athletes and then need flaws. Two thousand fourteen that Here in vancouver group got together and then we start to curl. I went there in two thousand fourteen. And then i love it and it was kind of the beginning of the president. Curbing club was there. Does that amount of that group of people we just like. Let's do that. And then for the years after years after that than we start to organize in making classes and like learning at fun coaches on that and that is just like year-by-year it's grown going going and that's wrong there to here..

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"brazil" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"brazil" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"You can have two ways. You can have a collection of canadian. Ex-pats in your country or a collection of your ex pats in the us or canada. And that's kind of how brazil kinda started but now in we will learn during our interview. Now they've got ice and that is a game changer. So we will we will get to our interview with thesis oliveira and she will tell us all about it all right. We are joined by isa's from the brazilian curling club in vancouver. Is that right. That's correct nice to meet you guys. Thanks for having me here. No thank you so much for joining us. And we'll get into kind of the uniqueness of the setup you guys. Have you guys have entire league of brazilian. Curlers there in vancouver and We definitely wanna talk about that and talk about the growth of the sport in brazil in the new ice arena that you have in brazil that includes curling ice but i we wanna kinda get to know you a little bit better. Can you just tell us where you're from and what it was like growing up there well. My name's eases. I was born in some paulo in brazil. gra stay. That came to canada was twenty six. I believe them. I grew up in brazil. Have my school anniversary families friends. Everybody there any. I believe was in two thousand three. I came to canada used to work in the tv industry in brazil and even cool varies The filming this year's is really huge. Game start working here. Yeah and meantime carleen show apple my life. So how did the. How did that happen with the story behind. That story is that two thousand ten. They're winter olympic. Games was even couvert but fun enough on that timeframe was back in brazil. Visiting my family and did curly show up on. Tv like in the mainstream about the colonel lympics but curling was the first time in brazil on tv in two thousand and to new wing picks. The will that that sport was fever because it was different. What was that people sweeping. And and then i was like. Oh what is that. And then i came back to canada and then listen. Where can i do that. And that's how that starts then came back to canada. Look for occurred in place to start to learn. And that's how that started. So what was it like in brazil during the twenty two olympics. I mean what was it that Got you guys attention about about curling. Even though you're you know in in south america where there isn't a ton of snow especially on your your side of south america. You don't know the sport in you see that on tv. It's really strange. And he's earns right because we don then there's kind of sliding there is and the broom sweeping like we with our house not always the right end. It's only sports to disabled. What is this. And then i got with some other friends back here anything..

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"brazil" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"brazil" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"Podcast coming to you from richmond. Virginia my name is ryan mcgee and joining me in southampton england is professor of peel. Jonathan have across jonathan. How are you today tired. I did I candidate fifteen hours on the ice this weekend and threw three stones time. What was the last time you spent that much time on the ice. Probably men's play downs back in february. Twenty twenty I guess next play. Downs march twenty twenty. So were you coaching. I was coaching coached. Joe team for four sessions and then There is a young junior girls team possibly forming. So i did a couple of sessions with them then. There was a coaching group So to get your like level wine in the uk. You have to demonstrate. I can do a demonstration coaching session. I was the assessor for that. And that ran for a couple of hours The distant individual. Work with joe and Mike around a little bit too so all right. Yeah that's not bad. Yeah it was pretty good pretty good for weekends work so we are. We are going to a continent that we have not hit yet Here on this podcast. Going to south america and we are going to brazil by way of vancouver For this show. Yeah so. I think we've been doing a few of these part of what we're trying to do. Here is a go around the world and see how curling's taken often different parts of the world and so this is. I guess we've already done australian the southern hemisphere So this is their second trip to the southern science here. First time in south america in. It's it's interesting to see. This is the first time that we've talked to that. We've talked to someone who helped form a club for people from their nation in of ex-pats like this. Because you have a club of brazilian curlers. That play in vancouver. So it's yeah. And i think it's kinda interesting similar to when we talked to adriana from the mexican kirwin fedaration where one of the ways that new federations can start off as if they have x. pass in an established curling country like canada the us and they have enough of a of that community of ex-pats in that in that We are curling is basically they can form get the training and out of that kind of build up a team that that can enter a world championship and then hopefully make connections with their home countries. Ice federation or whatever they're sports federation is and get to the w that way and then use that as a vehicle to build the facility and then hopefully get more at least one facility and hopefully more facilities than have more people curl in that country and grow. The sports outweigh almost like you..

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"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Tottenham and aston villa respectively. Brazil have a rule in place. Where just as brazil is on. United kingdom's red list United kingdom is on brazil's red list and then means that anybody entering the country has to quarantine for ten days. They've been In this case the united kingdom Over the previous two weeks now These four players as they came in they didn't put the fact that they had been in the united kingdom on their whoever filled up their forms for them didn't put them in in the forms at the airport. The brazilian authorities noticed this. It took them a couple of days because they've been in for three days. There's different reports about how hard they tried or whether they were able to go and approach them and now a deport them or get them to quarantine eventually. They said he could only get to them at the stadium once. They were at the stadium. The difficulty getting into the dressing room because it was locked and so eventually aided by police they came on the pitch stopped the match. There was some throwing and eventually argentina's said okay. Never mind this. We're leaving and they left the stadium. Brazil stuck around. They had a kickabout for the delight of the fans. Were in the ground. Now i should point out. I know imagining the preempt. Your next question. How did this come to pass. Because the rules were in place. Argentina the argentine football association. Arguing that Actually those protocols were invalid. They had other protocols that they'd agreed the same ones that they applied at the copa america because they were traveling internationally. Traveling in a bubble and so those protocols didn't apply again according to reports both comma ball And also the brazilian federal government said yes protocols reply which means the the the quarantine protocols do not apply they're free to play however the brazil health authorities apparently they trump everybody here because they said the police agreed with them and so the match had to be stopped there's a lot of accusations and recriminations flying back and forth now as you can imagine and we'll brazil be awarded the win then game. That's a great question. Cobble very quick to say ooh this responsibility for this up. This is world cup qualifying It is a real hornets nest. Now it's a really difficult one. Because i'm speculating here. Speculation warning. I can't imagine people like like buendia martinez and romero would intentionally lied on their forms and thought nobody knows who we are. Because we play for villains spurs so we'll get away with it there. Nobody's going to realize that you know we were actually in. England plaguing pregnancy matches So i think argentina would be able to argue in good faith knowing violating any protocols these protocols which were put in place in which of course applied for the copa america should apply here that the reporting we heard that's correct both the brazilian fa and calm vol and the brazilian federal government. Said no no go ahead. Play the game these protocols do not apply to you. that's my initial impressions. You can't really punish them. I don't know that you can punish the brazilian fa because ultimately they're they're ready to play. It's got nothing to do with them. You know the question is the resilient health authorities do they have. The ultimate say in brazil does purely become a political matter I genuinely don't know the answer to that question. It does seem to me that neither of these two sets of players were particularly at fault here. So i don't know if you try to replay this game. And what is already hyper congested calendar. I don't know if that's a fair way to do it. But clearly you have to find some solution that's that's fair is fair as can be here. One absolute far south south american experts in victory. Tweeting out this was never just european. Is south american national teams. It was about the perils of trying to maintain a full calendar in the face of the.

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"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Just when you think you've seen it on in the game. The matches then stopped by brazilian authorities. After seven minutes. This was an extraordinary series of events. Brazil take on argentina income and bone qualifying. of course. this was the big game of the day. A game that eventually was abandoned. Thank goodness guy is heads a try. Tallies exactly what happened god. Okay so wow all right. So there's four argentine players who any buendia martinez romero and lasalle su. Who is you know. Play their football. In the united kingdom For tottenham and aston villa respectively. Brazil have a rule in place. Where just as brazil is on. United kingdom's red list United kingdom is on brazil's red list and then means that anybody entering the country has to quarantine for ten days. They've been In this case the united kingdom Over the previous two weeks now These four players as they came in they didn't put the fact that they had been in the united kingdom on their whoever filled up their forms for them didn't put them in in the forms at the airport. The brazilian authorities noticed this. It took them a couple of days because they've been in for three days. There's different reports about how hard they tried or whether they were able to go and approach them and now a deport them or get them to quarantine eventually. They said he could only get to them at the stadium once. They were at the stadium. The difficulty getting into the dressing room because it was locked and so eventually aided by police they came on the pitch stopped the match. There was some throwing and eventually argentina's said okay. Never mind this. We're leaving and they left the stadium. Brazil stuck around. They had a kickabout for the delight of the fans. Were in the ground.

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"brazil" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"brazil" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"All right. I think i got him about to pull it up. Let me know if i m right. It's sad because the the main singer. Yep that's the guy the main singer He died from heart aids like When years ago in all garden he'll still is a huge huge success. You know it's they. They they sing. They have a lot of the songs Protest songs in know and talk about politics that and it. It's interesting because it is kind of music that ulis central day. And you say okay this guy road that yesterday or today you know. You can't say the role that. I play any twenty five years ago because it's so so actual it's it's it's so so nowadays. It's nice is not something that An and this is interesting on side and it's sad to realize that made the same problems we had like twenty five years ago right. We still have the same problems you know. So this is the sad part of the the realizing how updated. That's songs the that they are. Yeah you definitely get that out Like the phrase history repeats itself and you deficit because like from here. My favorite abacus political rock band you would say was rage against the machine And you listen to some of their tracks and and they haven't been around as a group really for close to twenty years now say maybe fifteen but depending on what song you play it hits for what's going on daily and and yeah the haves a lot like even you go back with Credence clearwater revival from from the eighties on one say with their vietnam tracks or whatnot. You know you still get like. Oh okay. i see exactly what they're talking about right in today's culture to an extent it is funny. How that happens. It definitely find how that happens But thank you once again. This has been great. I i hope you enjoyed talking as well. I would love to stay in contact if you're okay with that because again Cheese whenever you get that going. And i gotta get some pates at some point whenever i bring the festival down so add water. If you have anything you want promote out. If you have your own podcast you have a lot going on. I know that this man. I don't know if you've paid attention really but this man does a lot so if you have anything you want to promote or express last words are all your sir i'm fine. I don't think i'm with anything right now. But thank you for the opportunity to. I think it was really interesting. And i always liked true. I talk a lot like graphology new new treat people and if whatever you need brazil and you can count on me. It was it was nice to you also while i appreciate it and again. Everybody water from brazil. He makes cheese at some point. Whenever you get that. I would love to have you back on and brazil is so big. Obviously we didn't touch on even a small fraction of what brazil has to offer. So i would love to have you back again at sometime. Talk more about brazil. Talk more about really whatever you talk about man. I i enjoyed this and you have yourself a good night down there. Thank you very much the same so you and the family yes yours is well sir thank you bye bye bye bye bye bye..

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"brazil" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"brazil" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Right now because they just have to a large population of indians over there so she traveled here to america. She looks like you would assume an indian look like right with a thick scottish accent and she said yeah she said i think she traveled to california at one point. And you know people ask me. Hey where are you from more. Just string conversation and they were taken aback. You know they were looking at this. This this woman who dark complected like she was from india speaking of very heavy scottish accent. And it'll be interesting. I i go lie and safina. I know you watch all my videos and i think i've told you this. I was curious as well. Because i always washed up like. Where's she from you know. Put it up. And i don't mean any offense athena. I'm sorry i don't but she to ask the same thing but she got asked the wrong thing worse. I would have just asked once she got. Nobody really are you. You know that the part that's like all right. You had your fun. You know what i'm saying. And like for her it's Her parents from born and raised in scotland. Her grandparents born and raised sheet is full blooded scottish but yeah her ancient or not ancient ancestors came from somewhere else. But she got that. Nobody really where you from That that's what people go too. Far as as people go dangle are now you can look one way and still be from wherever you know so all right At wpro this has been great. Actually one of the and ask you your music. I've been on a music kick here recently special from other countries. What's your favorite music brazilian. Wise anyways rock brazil. Okay yeah all right. Favorite band from brazil burner. Whoa okay hold up hold up. It'll be like he. German legion in english. But elysium will burn and they're from brazil you say yes actually fromm. From the capital from from brasilia. Okay.

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"brazil" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"brazil" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"I think more than once i changed my plants so instead of traveling to brazil i try In the south there is one Actually at choose small cities that they are really close That is a model cannella. Okay they there in the region where you have a lot of german descendants awhile. Yeah okay i can. I can look at it from the first pictures i can. You can see the german Influence exactly this place is amazing and one thing that it's it's it's nice is that two are actually prepare to receive tourists. Wow 'cause yet like it. If i just pulled up this picture to a regular american our guaranteed ninety nine would never say it was in brazil. Yeah that'll it's at. It's another really really nice place. This is a stone church. Yeah and if you go down you may found a lake a lake. That is the black lake or dark. Lake here have a waterfall. It's really really really nice. Also oh yeah man. That's an so this is really beautiful place out this the lake right here. Yeah yeah jesus mall. One is the lake that the picture is is really bad but right. Yeah but it's it's a place that you can easily go. You know that you have a really nice service and you know that places. Beautiful people is prepared to receive. So this place i would suggest a lot choo choo visit if you have the opportunity to countries you to to the salts yet. That's wild man that does that does not look like the brazil. I would assume most outside of brazil would thank. Yeah that is so so unique that immigrants that came they're made their own and are very very doing very well seemed very vibrant culture. I know happens here quite often more so now it might just be you know. You've got that loud minority that you hear a lot but god forbid like an immigrant comes to america which that's how our country was.

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"brazil" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"brazil" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"In terms of south paolo you got rio. What's like a hidden gem of brazil that that doesn't get the you know the the notoriety that you feel it deserves. It's it's interesting. Because actually i have to say that some i would say that. I think that. I see for leisure travel. More abroad than in brazil describes a shame. And i want you to that right foot there. Is there someplace like lane. Soy agnes's emmanuel. Ame an art that is it's it's just amazing depends on how actually i don't know if heard about it but it's it's a swamp area while it's not as more it's like it's a ho state. That is kind of a swamp in a you'll have like amazing place chew. She'll dive out sure. Thank i gotta give me one second. All right yeah that is does it. And then you have one one. Specific city there that is benito bonito benito when he thought that translates to beautiful it. It's it holds option. Name you it's nice. It's an amazing place. So i think that brazil has a lot of natural a b o b o n e e. Te'o sorry i. I spent a wrong. Yeah we're all yes okay. Oh yeah all right. Yep yep yep yep yep that so it's it's it's amazing unless you people no come on man a let me tell you one thing. What's it's it's it's it's it's crazy There's one time that i my my ex wife wanted shoe to try. Chew up placing the northeast beach place. Then it was cheaper for us to go skiing in chile. Don't you go to the artist in brazil. It's sounds crazy. Yeah right so this. Is this one thing that sometimes holds me back on trial. Iras oh because it's it's expensive If you don't if if you don't have the decrying for major let's say You may have some really bad services. Okay no it's it's brazil. Brazilian therese infrastructure has improved. Also in there someplace that you go. That's expensive an e dumpy off..

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"brazil" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"brazil" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"A really good people here. Hard working people. Dan wang we got stuck because of those guys and also is this crazy. The i'm sorry. Go ahead please f. i think that's it. I think. I think our government is the biggest problem right now in. Oh and there's a lot of reforms that have to do And and they just don't care you know they just passed the laws that that. It's better for them. I think it's probably safe to say. That's definitely worldwide thing you give a human power a person power. Not they're not gonna to want to give it up and you know if you're running for a position in politics whatever yet option you're not gonna come out and say i'm doing this for me to better myself might be no you're going to. You're going to play you know put on a face like i'm trying to make all you guys have all you. My family will blah but sometimes that happens. A lot of countries are guilty of that. I mean you could argue my country's kinda going that route potentially right now and we're battling fat currently as we speak but it seems to have made good changes. It's sad though just like that. You have a group. Dat put a blemish on the progress that has been made and psych. Was it all one. Step forward two steps back sometimes teams. I would hope especially how. I'm would definitely assume that there are other. Numerous individuals like yourself in brazil as a whole that thank the same that want brazil to be on top and do better because again i mean. I don't see how anybody wants bad things to happen for anybody. If you don't like the person come on now so hopefully in the future you're forced to have to move out of the country that is yours and everything is better. I would like to see that. Because again if i come down to get some pizza and you've moved out gone new. I go what. I don't know yet you only have six thousand blazes..

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