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Dinesh Discusses Emancipation in Britain vs. America

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:32 min | 2 weeks ago

Dinesh Discusses Emancipation in Britain vs. America

"Our next question is a video question. International's try again, God bless you and thank you for answering all my questions. I really appreciate it. Something that popped in my head today, I'm listening to the personal memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant, huge book. And something popped in my head. I remember that Larry elder said that he thought that the reason there wasn't a Civil War in England over the Emancipation of slaves was because the state actually gave reparations to the slave owner. To free the slave. I was curious if you think that this proposition was ever brought forth to the south if they would have accepted it, or if it was just something that was never on the table that they would have never accepted. I'd love to hear what you think. And I really, I'm getting a lot of respect for Ulysses S. Grant and all the union troops. They had to fight like hell to save our country. God bless you and thank you for all you do. I'm fascinating question that delves into history and the difference between the experience of America and the experience of Great Britain. Now it is true that when you had Emancipation in Britain, it was, well, it was compensated Emancipation, which meant you couldn't have slaves anymore, but the British government would in a sense pay you the value of your quote property. The free you of it, and so there was. I don't think was unjust in the case of Great Britain for the simple reason that British law classified slaves as property. So in that respect, prior to Emancipation, it was legal to own slaves. And by the way, there were a lot of slaves, also in the British Empire. They weren't that many slaves in Britain, not so this is an important difference between the British experience and the American that the economy of the south in the United States was heavily dependent. In fact, was defined by slavery, cotton was the predominant crop across the Deep South. But even in the rest of the south, there were slaves that were used in domestic labor onto a tobacco plantations, and so on. So the economy of the south is almost inconceivable without slavery. This was not true of Great Britain. And so I think the reason that there wasn't a Civil War in Britain is because the abolition of slavery in Great Britain was not as big a deal.

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Fresh update on "british government" discussed on No Challenges Remaining

No Challenges Remaining

01:21 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "british government" discussed on No Challenges Remaining

"Since points all currency. And they have extremely important, particularly on grass, such as specialized surface, where some players, they have such a small amount of time to game points and that takes a lot away from them. I'd also add just looking at the Wimbledon statement actually, as we said, other slams haven't followed, but they made sure to stay there, they'll consider their options further. But they're in discussion with the other slams and I mean, it would be interesting to see if they have further action against the, you know, there's been discussions about whether or not they're accurate or true just about the prospect that Wimbledon and other sons could this could be the start of them breaking away and making their own rankings. Their own retaliation. Exactly. And I'm not sure I'm not sure how that would have happened, but it's just, it's just interesting to see where we go from here. It's just tough because I did a chart on my Twitter of way basically my guide for following modern day tennis right now. What different things, different places they're doing. And Wimbledon's on its own basically with this in terms of the individual tournament. Yes, Davis Cup and Billie Jean King cup. Both have also banned the Russian teams and Belarusian teams from competing, but in terms of individual tournaments, Wimbledon on its own. So I don't think it's going to rally support from the other slams, even at this point. We don't know the U.S. open and the French Open comma did and has talked about it. They have addressed it. They talked about it via having them here, you know, and having Russian and valuation players at this tournament. And fully good standing at this tournament. Without their flags redacted, so that's still the policy as it is on the tours. But they're playing on here and there's no indication yet from the U.S. open that they will be following suit and no indication from Australia. They finally see we don't know. We haven't heard from either of those organizations yet. But Wimbledon, yeah, it's literally in figuratively on an island right now. And yeah, it's a fascinating time. We talked about this at the beginning, but to have Wimbledon, which is really the cradle of the sport, be the one that's sort of being isolated or ostracized. And divided up from these other companies, the tours, which are also have London offices and are very cozy in their own ways. And their day to today practices and stuff and have lots of employees who have gone from one to another and so on. It's a striking moment for sure. And just this one thing I'd say about Wimbledon in that statement today and in the ATP tried to kind of contest it, we wouldn't have kind of lent heavily on the UK government guidance and how that kind of handcuffed them and made them limited their options and I think the one question that I have and I'm looking forward to asking is just what happens if they what happens if you don't follow the government that they've kind of framed us if we could only do this, whereas there and an individual organization and. With their own agency, they should have anyway. So that's just something I'm interested. The cleaner way to do it would have been for the British government to ban Russians in the Russians from entering the country. That would have been a way that took Wimbledon's left them, you know, sort of just help us in a good way to say that not responsible, essentially if a decision and I guess they're just not doing that in terms of that would be a whole scale travel ban in a way I just haven't seen during this war, which is a little bit interesting. Because that's certainly the posturing happening. And then it goes to Wimbledon pseudo governmental in the way that the royal family is through the governmental because the world family is visibly part of Wimbledon. And Elizabeth is still ahead of state for them. And it's messy there. But it's interesting in that way. And yeah, you're right. ATP called out your hands were actually not bound. You did have a choice here. And the other thing that the ATP called out, which I appreciate it and one thing I definitely agree with and we talked about this on our first show about it too was the idea that Wimbledon had already made this political and already made this into a political issue because they made the Russian tennis players and ballot Russians into victims and already were propaganda by banning them. You already made them political actors in this in a way that's already been bandied about in Russian media saying look at the west being unfair by banning our innocent tennis players have nothing to do with this and stopping them from playing at a tournament. That's discrimination. And Wimbledon started that. And this is obviously there's some pointing to you already that Russia is cheering this decision to take away the points. A Russian Russian race outlet during this, but also like Wimbledon started honestly, so I don't know. And I'd say that in my opinion, this is a first of all to say, you know, regarding the pseudo governmental role that they're part of the establishment. And I feel like we're in a far worse position than if Russians were in terms of this becoming such a divisive issue where, as you said, Russian regime and propaganda have used.

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Jim Ratcliffe launches late $5 billion bid to buy Chelsea

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jim Ratcliffe launches late $5 billion bid to buy Chelsea

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Jersey freezing Abramovich-linked assets

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Jersey freezing Abramovich-linked assets

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Ukraine seeks arms from NATO as fight looms on eastern front

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Ukraine seeks arms from NATO as fight looms on eastern front

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Chelsea for sale? Doubts over Abramovich's ownership grow

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Chelsea for sale? Doubts over Abramovich's ownership grow

"Chelsea under Abramovich's representatives have not disputed a Swiss billionaire saying he just seems an awful on Tuesday to buy the club along with three other people the billion as being quoted as saying Abramovich is currently asking far too much as Russia's war on Ukraine enters a seventh day the British government's yet to say if Abramovich would be included among the wealthy Russians to be targeted in sanctions I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Scientists cautious as England set to end COVID curbs

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Scientists cautious as England set to end COVID curbs

"Scientists are warning the British government not to weaken the country's ability to monitor and track the coronavirus off to prime minister Boris Johnson plans to end the requirement the people in England to self isolate Johnson's living with coded plan treats the virus like other transmissible illnesses such as flu the legal requirement to self isolate for at least five days off to a positive test is expected to be replaced by simple gardens and must testing for the virus will be scaled back however some scientists say it's a risky move that could bring a surge in infections and weaken the country's defenses Andrew Pollack director of the Oxford vaccine group says it's essential to maintain surveillance for the virus an early warning system if you like which tells us about new variants emerging Charles river that's my London

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Freedom of The Press Eroding Under Biden

The Trish Regan Show

02:12 min | 3 months ago

Freedom of The Press Eroding Under Biden

"I'm struck by this story that came out in the last 24 hours. An administration spokesperson kind of went nuts on reporters for questioning him. I mean, this is what reporters are supposed to do, right? Question. And yet, the State Department spokesperson is saying, you know, how dare you. This is an Associated Press reporter who was asking questions about what the administration was really alleging in terms of there's chatter about Russia staging a false attack with Ukraine and it's going to be complete with actors. This, that and the other. And so naturally, as a journalist should, they said, well, what's the proof? What do you have? What more can you show us when John Kirby said? And I quote, we do have information that the Russians likely want to fabricate a pretext for an invasion, which again is right out of their playbook. Okay, okay, fine. So the AP reporter says, well, how do you know that? Because the State Department has not presented any evidence that in fact, Russia has created a crisis actor video. They're talking about this video being out there. And the State Department responds with, and I quote, if you doubt the credibility of the U.S. government of the British government of other governments and want to, you know, find solace in information that the Russians are put out, that is for you to do. So wow. I think we're just supposed to take everything that they spoon feed us. Like, look, yes, I tend to trust the U.S. Military in the U.S. government over other actors. I'll get that out there, okay? I'm a patriot. I believe in this country. Yet, you know, what did Reagan say? You know, that you need to verify it. Trust, but verify? Well, in this case, yeah, I trust it. But why can't we verify it? Why can't they offer any kind of proof? Why is it? No, no, no, you're with us or

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Boris Johnson tries to change subject from 'partygate' woes

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Boris Johnson tries to change subject from 'partygate' woes

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As Johnson waits, UK police seek cuts to 'partygate' report

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

As Johnson waits, UK police seek cuts to 'partygate' report

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Vaccine passport protests in Europe draw thousands of people

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Vaccine passport protests in Europe draw thousands of people

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U.K. gov't advisers recommend against 4th vaccine dose

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

U.K. gov't advisers recommend against 4th vaccine dose

"British British government government advises advises recommend recommend against against giving giving a a fourth fourth dose dose of of covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine to to nursing nursing home home residents residents on on the the aging aging population population because because data data shows shows a a food food shop shop office office strong strong enough enough protection protection against against admission admission to to hospital hospital the the UK UK health health security security agency agency says says that that for for people people over over sixty sixty five five protection protection against against hospitalization hospitalization remains remains at at about about ninety ninety percent percent three three months months after after the the third third dose dose as as a a result result the the joint joint committee committee on on vaccination vaccination and and immunisation immunisation is is advising advising the the government government there's there's no no need need to to offer offer a a fourth fourth one one or or second second booster booster to to vulnerable vulnerable people people at at this this time time instead instead the the government government should should focus focus on on giving giving a a third third dose dose to to as as many many people people as as possible possible to to boost boost protection protection against against the the highly highly transmissible transmissible I'm I'm a a combat combat rent rent Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month London London

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Alex Berenson: Vaccinated People Under 60 Are Twice as Likely to Die Than Unvaccinated

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 6 months ago

Alex Berenson: Vaccinated People Under 60 Are Twice as Likely to Die Than Unvaccinated

"So what's going on in England? Not the United Kingdom just England. Of course, Fauci does not care about data, Fauci is an ideologue. He's a pathological individual. Never has to be cross examined about what's really happening. According to Alex berenson, vaccinated English adults under 60. Are dying at twice the rate of unvaccinated people the same age. And has been that case for 6 months. This chart may seem unbelievable, or impossible, but it's correct based on weekly data from the British government. Could we get that do we have the chart that we could put up on screen? I'll experience in rights I have checked the underlying dataset myself and the graph is correct. Vaccinated people under 60 are twice as likely to die as unvaccinated people. The overall deaths in Britain are running well above normal. Do you see that? That people who are unvaccinated are actually doing better against the foushee virus than people who are vaccinated. And we saw this entire saga also unfold in Israel, months ago. Why aren't we allowed to talk about this? Why is this not the number one news story in the country?

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UK to probe racial bias in medical devices after COVID toll

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

UK to probe racial bias in medical devices after COVID toll

"The British government's investigating with the built in racial bias in some medical devices led to black and Asian people getting sick and dying disproportionately from covert nineteen witness to cystic surface has found that in the first year of the pandemic up to March twenty twenty one black and south Asian people in Britain have higher death rates than their white compatriots even off to factors like occupation and underlying health conditions were taken into account health secretary Sajid Javid has said the pandemic had highlighted health disparities along race and gender lines he says that a third of intensive care admissions in Britain at the height of the pandemic well people from black and ethnic minority backgrounds more than doubled their share of the population Charles Taylor this month London

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Over 100 countries vow to end deforestation at climate talks

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 7 months ago

Over 100 countries vow to end deforestation at climate talks

"More than one hundred countries who've pledged to end deforestation in the coming decade the commitment seen as critical to limiting climate change but one that's been made before I'm broken the British government says it has received commitments from leaders representing more than eighty five percent of the world's force to halt and reverse deforestation by twenty thirty among them are several countries with massive force including Brazil China Colombia Congo and the U. S. to go balm Gabaldon's president Ali bongo on Demba tells of the Cup conference for his people there's no future without a healthy forest it is my hope that Glasgow will mark a turning point in that to get there we would keep the force standing and the door open for our children and their children campaigners say they need to see the details to understand the agreements full impact as a similar ones in the past have failed to be effective I'm Charles de Ledesma

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UK faces calls for ‘Plan B’ with virus cases high and rising

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

UK faces calls for ‘Plan B’ with virus cases high and rising

"Many scientists are pressing the British government to re impose social restrictions and speed up booster vaccinations as coronavirus infection rates already Europe's highest rise still further the U. K. recorded just over forty nine thousand you code in nineteen cases on Monday the largest number since mid July new infections average of forty three thousand a day over the past week a fifteen percent increase on the week before last week the office for national statistics estimated that one in six people in England had the virus one of the highest levels seen in Britain during the pandemic in July prime minister Boris Johnson's government lifted all the legal restrictions that had been imposed more than a year earlier to slow the spread of the virus including face coverings indoors and social distancing rules very strictly on them

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 Ford to make electric power units in northwest England

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Ford to make electric power units in northwest England

"Three hundred and fifteen million dollars to turn a transmission factory in north west England into a plan that will make electric power units for cars and trucks sold throughout Europe the carmaker says that the Halewood plant will begin producing the power units which replaced the engine and transmission used in internal combustion engines by mid twenty twenty four capacity is planned to be around two hundred fifty thousand units a year Ford says investment includes a support from the British government though it did not specify the amount Ford

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UK: 43,000 may have received false negative COVID results

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

UK: 43,000 may have received false negative COVID results

"This is health officials have said that a private laboratory may have wrongly told forty three thousand people that they had negative corona virus test results the U. K. health security agency said that the immense a health clinic in central England has been suspended from processing swaps as a result of the incidents the agency said an investigation into the technical issues behind the full spectators was underway the problem was discovered off to many people he tested positive in rocket tests went on to show up as negative on more accurate PCL tests and then so was awarded a one hundred and sixty three million dollar corona virus testing contracts by the British government said October twenty twenty Karen Thomas London

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Report says UK's slow virus lockdown cost 1000s of lives

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Report says UK's slow virus lockdown cost 1000s of lives

"A report from lawmakers concludes the British government's failure to impose a lockdown in the early days of the pope at nineteen pandemic ranks among England's worst public health blunders in the country's first comprehensive report on the pandemic to house of Commons committees say the inquiry was designed to uncover one of the U. K. performed significantly worse than many other countries during the initial period of the pandemic the latest data is that the nation has accumulated more than one hundred thirty seven thousand coronavirus deaths the highest toll in Europe off to Russia government officials say though that they did what they could in a time of crisis the committee say decisions on lockdowns and social distancing who's ranked as one of the most important public health for years the UK has ever experienced Charles Taylor that's not London

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"british government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:50 min | 11 months ago

"british government" Discussed on AP News

"Donahue 10. More bodies have been found from the rubble of the collapsed condo building and Surfside, Florida The number of dead is up to 46. Searchers have found no new signs of survivors. The severe weather that moved through South Florida is now gone. Elsa briefly strengthened into a hurricane. It's now a tropical storm as it approaches an area near Tampa. Elite. Papin at the National Hurricane Center says it's bringing with it a lot of rain. There's also going to be a heavy rainfall threat across southeast Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina has the storm kind of continues to move up to the Northeast. After it makes landfall. The White House is calling it horrific. The president of Haiti juvenile, My essay was shot and killed at his home. His wife was injured. More from the A. P S. Charles Dillon, Desmond. Haiti's economic, political and social words have deepened recently, with gang violence, spiking heavily input to prince inflation spiraling and food and fuel becoming scarce at times in a country where 60% of the population make less than $2 a day. These troubles come as Haiti still tries to recover from the devastating 2010 earthquake. And Hurricane Matthew struck in 2016, The interim prime minister says police and military were in control of security in Haiti and said some of the Attackers spoke in Spanish, but offered no further explanation. The Labor Department says employers posted a record high number of open jobs for the second straight month. Former President Donald Trump is expected to announce he's filing a class action lawsuit against Facebook, Twitter and Google source tells the AP. Trump is going to claim he has been wrongfully censored. Donald Trump was suspended from Twitter and Facebook after his followers stormed the Capitol in Washington in January. Police say a massive construction drill toppled over and crushed demand to death in Philadelphia. Police are investigating the accident. Stocks are lower in early trading on Wall Street. This is a P news. The British government is scrapping rules for self isolation for those who are fully vaccinated next month rules for schools that have seen hundreds of thousands of people sent home to self isolate as part of their education bubbles are also being removed. Just returned one back on Monday of this week. Another bubble. Tuesday of this week, and we have a bubble closed as we speak, and they're coming back on Monday of next week. Clive Searle is the headmaster of the Worthington primary School. This parent doesn't like the bubbles, especially for the parents that are working full time. Because then they've got to switch their whole life would be to get the phone call so you can you can collect your kids from school Health Secretary Sajid Javid says These changes are being made because of vaccinations. The vaccine has been a wall of defense job by job brick by brick. We have been building a defense against this. This virus. The changes mean young people under 18 in Britain will no longer need to isolate unless they test positive. Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. It's sad news from the condo building collapsed site, they found 10, more bodies in the rubble and additional human remains. 46 people now known dead at that site and Surfside, Florida. This is day 14 of the search and rescue mission. Could anybody still be alive in that rubble? Abby correspondent Shelley Adler since nobody has been rescued since the Surfside condo building collapsed in June, Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava was at rescued since the Surfside condo building collapsed in June. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava was asked when this changes from a search and rescue mission to one of recovery. She says she thinks the families of the missing are getting ready for that, as their contacted to let Them know that a loved one has passed. They're prepared for it. I'm Shelley Adler. The world is reacting to news.

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"british government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:24 min | 11 months ago

"british government" Discussed on AP News

"Hurricane Center says it's bringing with it a lot of rain. There's also going to be a heavy rainfall threat across southeast Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina has the storm kind of continues to move off to the Northeast. After it makes landfall. The White House is calling it horrific. The president of Haiti Juvenile, Moise was shot and killed at his home. His wife was injured. More from the A. P S. Charles Dillon, Desmond. Haiti's economic, political and social words have deepened recently with gang violence, spiking heavily input prince inflation spiraling and food and fuel becoming scarce at times in a country where 60% of the population make less than $2 a day. These troubles come as Haiti still tries to recover from the devastating 2010 earthquake. And Hurricane Matthew struck in 2016, The interim prime minister says police and military were in control of security in Haiti and said some of the Attackers spoke in Spanish, but offered no further explanation. The Labor Department says employers posted a record high number of open jobs for the second straight month. Former President Donald Trump is expected to announce he's filing a class action lawsuit against Facebook, Twitter and Google source tells the AP. Trump is going to claim he has been wrongfully censored. Donald Trump was suspended from Twitter and Facebook after his followers storm the Capitol in Washington in January. Police say a massive construction drill toppled over and crushed demand to death in Philadelphia. Police are investigating the accident. Stocks are lower in early trading on Wall Street. This is a P news. The British government is scrapping rules for self isolation for those who are fully vaccinated next month rules for schools that have seen hundreds of thousands of people sent home to self isolate as part of their education bubbles are also being removed. Just returned one back on Monday of this week. Another bubble. Tuesday of this week, and we have a bubble closed as we speak, and they're coming back on Monday of next week. Clive Searle is the headmaster of the Worthington primary School. This parent doesn't like the bubbles, especially for the parents that are working full time. Because then they've got switched Their whole life would be to get the phone call so you can you can collect your kids from school Health Secretary Sajid Javid says These changes are being made because of vaccinations. The vaccine has been a wall of defense job by job brick by brick. We have been building a defense against this. This virus. The changes mean young people under 18 in Britain will no longer need to isolate unless they test positive. Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. It's sad news from the condo building collapsed site, they found 10. More bodies in the rubble and additional human remains. 46 people now known dead at that site and Surfside, Florida This is day 14 of the search and rescue mission. Could anybody still be alive in that rubble? AP correspondent Shelley Adler since nobody has been rescued since the Surfside condo building collapse in June, Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava was asked when this changes from a search and rescue mission to one of recovery. She says she thinks the families of the missing are getting ready for that, as their contacted. To let them know that a loved one has passed. They're prepared for it. I'm Shelley Adler. The world is reacting to news that Haiti's president has been assassinated President.

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"british government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"british government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That is being office skated on that they shouldn't trust what they see in here. What they see what they see. Without going there being reliant on the testimony of people with a vested interest in the mainstream media. Have acted effectively as organs off propaganda for the British government or constraint thing, its campaign against Syria. People in this country are not allowed to see the reality. Peter Ford had an answer for everything. But when I started asking him about the meeting he attended at Westminster. And the idea that the white helmets might have been involved in faking chemical attacks using gas chambers. He ran out of answers. I just wonder whether you think it's plausible. I'm not going to say I find it plausible because you would misuse that. I don't know. Okay? Um about I guess you find the working group plausible because you know you attended that meeting. You think we'd better stop at this point, Chloe, this conversation is taking a turn. Which I'd hoped we could avoid. Thank you for calling. Why do you want Goodbye, Chloe. After he hung up, Peter Ford continued speaking to my researcher who was at his house, recording the interview. We're not on somebody's payroll, like the other five. They're all on somebody's payroll. Including Peter Ford was keen to emphasize that.

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"british government" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"british government" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"60 am the answer. Welcome back America. You you were talking to Dr Larry are in the Hillsdale dialogue, Isn't it Z coming towards the stretch here and the key part of this is how to be the opposition when you have lost and you haven't expected it and Churchill lost in 1945, and he didn't expect that you have a choice on how to govern in the opposition and Churchill was as doctor and said the leader of the opposition How did he carry on that opposition doctor on because I think it's important, especially for the Republicans to hear this. Well, one thing he did was You know, Churchill believed that the alternation of power was inevitable. He also believed it is very parallel of this situation. Does the opposition would up, wrote the British Constitution? And so that meant that he fought them fiercely. On the other hand, he recognized the constitutional forms that had put them in office. So there was a It was a handy thing. There is a huge thing of extremely important thing. Which was pie international relations and policy toward the threatening Soviet Union, which emerged is the strongest power after the second World War. What are we going to do about that? Well. The foreign minister in the Adlai government was a man named Ernest Bevin and Ernest Bevin was a very left wing shop steward and labor organizer. And Churchill had dealings with him because of labor disputes the government got involved in and he found out that this guy was very tough and that he was both anti Nazi and anti Communist. And once in Churchill himself brought him into into British government in the in the during the second World War and gave him a Cabinet position. And so he was, you know, on the left of the Labor party. And yet he was loyal to Britain and opposed to her enemies abroad. And so Churchill agreed with the foreign policy by and large of the Adlai administration. And that set Churchill up by the way to give the Great Iron Curtain speech in Fulton, Missouri and 1946. Where he made this sort of great international statement. That signal the beginning of the Cold War. And if he had had a British government back at home that was gonna chop him up about that. Uh, that would have deflated the thing and you know it's interesting thing if he won the election. He would not have been able to give that speech himself because you couldn't say the things in that speech is the policy of the British government because it would have to be worked out in advance with United States. As the Harry Truman Kg guy that he Woz He understood. The Churchill was the greatest man in the world. And so Churchill gets this note from the president of Westminster College. But they really come and talk and there's a P s. On the bottom. Uh, nice college in my home state. I will introduce you, Harry Truman. You see? Well, Clement, Atley and Winston Churchill worked that out together. Oh, my Truman. I always learned something. I didn't know that. Yeah, and see that Z And you know, Churchill is sending them cables to the to the socialist government. From from Washington and keeping them involved blow by blow. And then it was just a wonderful little dance well prepared because You know, Latest Storm Stalin attacked is they are times attacked it name to people who somehow fit in the group. Um and But and Truman said, Well, I didn't know What are you going to say? Well, you know, they wrote down together on the train on and from twice in Missouri and the and Churchill cable back home to the socialist government. Read the speech and he loves it right And then the British government said, Of course he's not speaking for the British government. And Churchill is very artful in the way he introduces that speech because he's standing there and it is academic Garbett. Westminster College and Fulton, Missouri. And his beginning of speeches as you know. After a long life, you know, occupy no official statement Station. There's nothing here, but what you see. Well, I have a photograph and what you see is Winston Churchill at the podium and immediately to his left the president of the United States that's elegant position. They're things that you conduce together and there are sign of health in the nation when that happens. And both sides should be looking for those things. Now our politics are You know, we're in sort of 18 fifties kind of politics right now. And you know there's two Americas and they're contending and one of the reasons this These questionable things in the election, and there seem to be a terrible lot of them. One of the reasons they spark so fast, so much is because There's two radically different directions to go. It. But I I want to close by by Lincoln. We are friends. We must not be enemies. I hope I have the quote. Correct. Why not? Oh, yeah. And you know, the mystic chords of memory will keep us united. Well, that's what I pray for, and You know some of the things that were proposed, which wouldn't happen if those two get the Senate. Is, you know that there's an interest in making one party on undefeatable at electoral politics, and that that's a change in the structure of the nation. And that can't be agreed. T. That's gotta be resisted..

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"british government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"british government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Available so that we don't skip a beat. In terms of American foreign policy, National security policy. I think one of the reasons that that common at least in Washington sort of struck a nervous this came on the heels of the firing of the defense secretary and the move removal of a lot of top officials. And so I think it contributed to this anxiety about what the next Seven days look like under the Trump administration. What what kind of impact they were planning to have. And so when the nation's chief diplomat suggested, or sort of, um contributed to the feelings among some that some that the election wasn't legitimate, I think For a nation that is so touted its democratic values to hear that from the different from a top diplomat, I think was just very jarring. Uh, We're talking to Nancy Yousef, who covers national security for The Wall Street Journal. Paul Dano, our Washington bureau chief for the BBC, and Nina Maria Potts, director of global news coverage. Featured story news. Let's move to the global pandemic and the cautious excitement around a possible new experimental vaccine by on Tech and Fizer recently announced that their vaccine candidate is more than 90%, effective in preventing covert 19. European Union struck up a deal to buy up 300 million doses of the vaccine. Paul do we know how and when this vaccine will be distributed? We don't know. The U. S said that it's some. It's best to get deliveries by the end of the year, but it hasn't kind of gone through the process of explaining how it's going to be rolled out in the expectation in Europe. Is that it will begin with our first responders come people working in hospitals, people that are most at risk of the disease because they're constantly coming up against it. And then the old early and those with underlying health conditions so No one is expecting the early batches to kind of deal with everybody there, hoping that what they could do is deal with those people that attacking the disease on then, when they've tackled them, they can move on. But I mean, it is being seen in Europe as a big thing is selling the European Union of both to load. The British government has bought a load of these viruses. There was a little bit Of not push back a little bit of kind of dampening the enthusiasm from the British government, saying that this is good. It's encouraging, but we're not there yet. So I think people are cautiously optimistic. But leaning more towards the optimism and the cautiousness. I think on cases they're searching just about everywhere right now, Paul, how's the you doing in terms of covert cases? Well, it's not doing very well because we've been seeing this uptick. Much of Europe is either in lockdown or moving towards lockdown. That's also true in the UK on we're getting into winter. We're getting to the point where people are, you know, confusing coughs with covert and so therefore everyone is is extremely nervous about it s so I think you know it, Z Coming just as we hit the European winter as we are in America, so there's a great deal of concern. The hope is that this could be in some way contained so that when we get through to the spring, those people that have most risk have been protected. Russia joined in with their own experimental vaccine, Russian scientists announced the Sputnik v this week, which they say is 92% effective. You know, what do we know about Russia's vaccine? Well, there's no shortage of buyers for the Russian vaccine. That's for sure. Hungary has become the first you country to sign on hungry, saying it's going to carry out its own clinical trials of Sputnik V before committing to Maura Doses. Currently phase three trials have been carried out in Russia in Belarus in the U. A E in Venezuela. It's a symbolically big moment for the Russian vaccine. PR campaign for the first EU country to start taking part, but it's far from the only country in the world. Brazil has bought 50 million doses. Argentina 25 million doses. Russia has agreements with Mexico, Saudi Arabia, India, Indonesia and the Philippines, but it does come with a warning label. It was registered way back in August. It was approved by Russian regulators and in Russia before the phase three Of clinical trials had started. Russian producers of the vaccine is saying that that was just them trying to accelerate the process and like everyone else in the world, they're just trying to get a vaccine to fight this virus. But critics are saying that the fact that it was registered before it was properly tested man that there could only be one outcome for the trials and that failure was basically never an option. We've heard and had confirmation of three medics and Siberia got coronavirus after being vaccinated. The Russians say that they had not completed the full course of treatment. And we've had this week just as we heard the fires and use The first preliminary data from three of the critic of the clinical trials. 16,000 volunteers were were tested and only 20. If you believe the numbers Got sick, but I think there are still huge questions over transparency on international accountability. Since these vaccines of being you know, rolled out all around the world on do you know there's a soft power element to it as well. The chip political power of vaccines on for countries say in Africa, which have found it very difficult To raise the cash to buy vaccines for themselves or pre order. It doesn't really matter. I think from a lot of a lot of the developing world's perspective, who actually produces the most effective vaccine because the rich world is basically buying up all the stocks, right? What do you think? Nina about the name Sputnik..

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"british government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"british government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It allowed those cars to appear less polluting than they really were. The resulting scandal has cost the company more than $30 billion in fines, compensation and legal costs. At the time. Rupert Stadler was head of algae, the upmarket brand, where the software itself was first developed. He stands accused of allowing sales of cars fitted with a system to continue even after the cheating had come to light. A report on the state of the world's plans from Britain's role Botanic Gardens. He's warning that 2/5 are threatened with extinction, It says around 140,000 plants are at risk of disappearing, including hundreds used in medicine. Announced that scientists are also in a race against time to find and save the species. Before they vanish. He says undiscovered plants could be used to develop new medicines and food. World News from the BBC. It's emerged that the British government has considered the possibility of building in a sign in processing center on Ascension Island in the South Atlantic Ocean. It's understood that the home secretary pretty. Patel asked officials to look at the possibility of transferring migrants to the British overseas territory. The government has decided not to proceed with the idea but said it was still looking ways of housing asylum seekers at other offshore locations. Controversial energy project in Australia has been given state approval. Clearing a major hurdle to a development, which could provide a PD to half of New South Wales is Guinness needs from 2024. Critics warn the $2.5 billion narrow Bryco seam gas project will damage the environment reports from Sydney. The steam could see up to 850 coal seam gas wells being drilled on 1000 hectares, which include the pillow Go forest and nearby grazing land in northern New South Wales. The project has been vehemently opposed by farmers and environmental groups. Who say that it could damage groundwater relied on for agriculture and affect biodiversity in the area. The development has seen a central to the prime minister's controversial push for a gas fired recovery from the covert 19 recession. Brazilian judge has suspended plans by the bowl tonight to administration T scrap rules protecting tropical man graves on other fragile coastal ecosystems. The decision just 24 hours earlier had provoked an outcry from environmentalists. They fade. Property developers would try to replace large areas of mangrove swamps with new resorts for tourists, but an appeals court in Rio rule the move would cause irrevocable damage to the environment. And the Australian pop singer Helen Reddy has died in Los Angeles at the age ofthe 78. She was best known for her 19 seventies hit. I'm a woman, which became an anthem for the feminist movement. From London. That's the latest BBC news. Many thanks indeed, for the latest Welcome to Tuesday with Claire MacDonald on DH Lawrence BBC World Service at 7 A.m.. Here in London is 2 A.m. in Cleveland, Ohio. We're gonna be talking about events there straight away. Just a few hours ago, President Trump.

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"british government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"british government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A Florida native and a Cuban American who could energize Latino voters this fall. Trump says Republicans should move on his nominee without delay. Carrie Johnson. NPR NEWS Washington Forecasters say Tropical Storm Betas not expected to grow into a hurricane, the slow moving storm Is inching its way across the Gulf of Mexico toward the Texas Coast Taxes. Public radio's Brian Kirkpatrick reports. A coastal residents are preparing for high winds, heavy rains and flooding, but the exact location of landfall remains unclear. Galveston and Galveston County officials issued voluntary evacuation orders ahead of tropical storm beta high tides and 10 inches of rain are expected to leave roads impassable. Forecasters are predicting upto 4 Ft of storm surge along parts of the Texas coast that included Baffin Bay, Corpus Christi Bay and Galveston Bay. Forecasters say Beta could leave up to 20 inches of rain in the Lake Charles Louisiana area if it slows down. Beta was in the Gulf of Mexico, 305 Miles east southeast of Corpus Christi, Texas. On Saturday it was moving at two MPH to the northwest. Tropical Storm warning is in effect from Port Aransas, Texas, to Intracoastal City, Louisiana. Hi Brian Kirkpatrick In San Antonio on the West Coast. Strong winds are fanning the flames of a wildfire burning in the mountains north east of Los Angeles. The bobcat fire has prompted authorities to issue evacuation orders, Officials say cruise they're focusing on protecting homes in the Antelope Valley. The bobcat fire has grown to 146 square miles. Firefighting, whether more favorable in Oregon and Washington state firefighters getting a helping hand from cooler damper conditions. This is NPR news. The British government says it will impose a costly fine on people who break a new rule designed to stem a sharp rise in Corona virus infections that will requires.

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"british government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"british government" Discussed on AP News

"A vaccine ready for use. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate would vote on a trimmed down Republican Corona virus relief package. Though it has slim chance of passage. Democrats want Mawr in the bill. I'm a Donahue daily New Corona virus infections are now about double level of just last week on Monday hit nearly 3000 for the second day running. That's prompted speculation the British government is considering titling some restrictions, such as reducing the number of people gathering indoors in England. In the current limit of 30, the government's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van Tom says. While the rising infections is much more marked among people between 17 and 21, he was as much concerned about a more general and creeping geographic trend across the country. Charles till a dismal London AP News I met Donna here nine drug companies are taking an unprecedented step. The AP Soccer McGann e reports they're trying to boost public confidence in any approved Corona virus vaccine. The firm's include Merck, Pfizer, AstraZeneca and others who'd be likely to produce the first virus vaccines. Amid worries US regulators will face political pressure to approve a vaccine before it's fully proven safe and effective. The company's top executives have signed a pledge. All the companies are saying that we will only have me for authorization when we have evidence off safety and efficacy. Fizer CEO Albert Borland telling NBC's today show they will stand with science sticking to the highest standards in testing and manufacturing. Soccer Megane Washington White House chief of staff Mark Meadows as president. Trump is not trying to pressure regulators. Democrats, he says, are criticizing the president's optimism about the vaccine. This is the political season. They're going to criticize anything that the president is involved with. I can tell you it's good science and good doctors and great companies that are actually working hand in glove. To try to deliver something in record speed. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote on a trim down Republican Corona virus relief bill, though it has slim chance of passage because of insistence by Democrats for more sweeping aid talks between top Democrats in the Trump administration broke off last month. House Democrats say they'll investigate Postmaster General Lewis to joy and whether he encouraged workers at his former business new braid logistics to contribute to Republican candidates and then reimburse them in the guise of bonuses. The British government is facing pressure to keep a lid on Corona virus infections after a sharp spike in new cases. Three early morning helicopter flights rescued another 35 people from wildfires burning in Sierra National Forest in California. This is AP News Corona virus spikes on college campuses are forcing administrators to make adjustments at the University of Wisconsin. Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank canceled all in.

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"british government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"british government" Discussed on AP News

"Sharp spike in Corona virus cases. Daily New Corona virus infections are now about double the level of just last week on Monday, hits 93,000 for the second day running. That's prompted speculation the British government is considering titling some restrictions, such as reducing the number of people gathering indoors in England. In the current limit of 30, the government's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van Tom says. While the rising infections is much more marked among people between 17 and 21, he was as much concerned about a more general and creeping geographic trend across the country. Charles Ledesma, Leaders of six state legislatures in the big 10 footprint have sent a letter to the league's commissioner asking to reconsider the decision to cancel the fall football season. Graduate students who teach are on strike at the University of Michigan over in person instruction during the pandemic. I'm a Donahue AP News Nine drug companies are taking an unprecedented step aimed at boosting public confidence in any approved Corona virus vaccine. Affirms include Merck, Pfizer, AstraZeneca and others who'd be likely to produce the first virus vaccines amid worries US regulators will face political pressure to approve a vaccine before it's fully proven safe and effective. The company's top executives have signed a pledge. All the companies are saying that we will only have me For authorization when we have evidence off safety and efficacy, Pfizer CEO Albert Borland telling NBC's today show they will stand with science sticking to the highest standards in testing and manufacturing. Soccer Megane Washington. The firm's include Merck, Pfizer, AstraZeneca and others who'd be likely to produce the first virus vaccines amid worries US regulators will face political pressure to approve a vaccine before it's fully proven safe and effective. The company's top executives have signed a pledge. All the companies are saying that we will only have me For authorization when we have evidence off safety and efficacy, Pfizer CEO Albert Borland telling NBC's today show they will stand with science sticking to the highest standards in testing.

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"british government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"british government" Discussed on AP News

"The British government says people flying into the U. K. we'll have to self isolate for 14 days because of the pandemic and could be fined until $1000 if they fail to comply the government says of the quarantine is likely to start in early June I will apply to arrivals from everywhere except island which has a long standing free movement agreement with the U. K. however they're likely to be exceptions for some travelers including truckers and medics did not close its borders during the worst of the coronavirus upright and is introducing its quarantine just as many other European countries is starting to open up again and lots of warmth that the British move could hope all the efforts to recover from the devastation wreaked by the pandemic Charles Taylor that's not London

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"british government" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"british government" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"British government to say something about this and they did and I said well we've got looking at files in our archives we called find anything about the sport and down Rendlesham connection thank you very much go away and but Georgina to get back to your point Georgina was very concerned about what she found and who she's spoken to to the extent that she actually asked me to like sign a document that would make it sort of legal that I wouldn't talk about it in terms of the people's names which which I had never happened you know she asked me not to use the knives and I I never have but she did allow me to tell the whole story I think because let's see what we need to take it I'm sorry interruption Nick we need to take another break when we come back I want to get into the timing of when all this went down I want to ask you about who developed this holographic technology and and where it might be now and then there's some prisons that play a part in this story I wear some strange things happened and and want to get into that as well little bit later will open up the phone by talking with Nick Redfern about the Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy his new take on that famous case we go into the break with Van Morrison just please the following is a test.

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"british government" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"british government" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"British government to say something about this and they did and they said well we've got looking at files in our archives we called find anything about the sport and down Randall Sherman connection thank you very much go away and thanks Georgina to get back to point Georgina was very concerned about what she found and who she's spoken to to the extent that he asked me to like sign a document that would make it sort of legal that I wouldn't talk about it in terms of the people's names which which I had never happened you know she asked me not to use the names and I I never have but she did allow me to tell the whole story as it was let's see what we need to take it I'm sorry interruption Nick we need to take another break when we come back I want to get into the timing of when all this went down I want to ask you about who developed this holographic technology and and where it might be now and then there's some prisons that play a part in this story I wear some strange things happened and and want to get into that as well little bit later will open up the phone lines talking with Nick Redfern about the Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy his new take on that famous case we go into the break with Van Morrison this don't miss out on the best deal in town your Loudon county public library card it's here for you whenever and wherever you need it visit the library online to sign up for a temporary card and gain free access to all of the.

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"british government" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"british government" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"For the holidays former TSA whistle blower J. Brainerd is sounding an alarm about more emphasis being put on the speed of moving people through security then the security itself Brainard says it's not a question of if it's a question of when terrorists will put passengers at risk again the state department says it's disappointed that British prosecutors will charge a US diplomat's wife with causing death by dangerous driving after a car crash in August corresponded Phil black is in London this process that needs to be followed here within the the British government at which point the government will decide whether or not to formally make that request which then must be examined by the US side we know that the British government says it's pretty keen to try and see justice done answer was was given diplomatic immunity and left Britain shortly after the accident selling off a dispute over whether she should return to face investigation former trump lawyer Michael Cole and once in early release from his four year prison sentence correspondent Steve cast in bell reports prosecutors opposed the request the president's former Attorney things he provided federal investigators with enough useful information about Mr trump that he should be rewarded with an early release from his three year term the US attorney here is vehemently opposed saying that Colin never gave them any real useful information and instead engaged in a public relations campaign casting himself as a victim president trump is blasting the magazine Christianity Today after it published an editorial arguing he should be removed from office magazine's editor in chief called for trump's removal citing what he called his blackened moral record Wisconsin governor Evers will not consider a pardon request from convicted killer.

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"british government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"british government" Discussed on AP News

"The British government's throwing shaded some big tech companies. AP's my grass reports new studies says search social media advertising and e commerce companies are monopolies I one hundred fifty page report commissioned by the British government describes Facebook Google Amazon and apple as threats to competition innovation and personal privacy. According to the report the giants of the global tech world don't face enough competition and existing rules need to be updated. The report was led by Harvard University. Professor Jason Furman who served as a chief economic adviser to former President Barack Obama separately an antitrust complaint filed in Europe. Spotify accuses apple of stifling competition through its control over the iphones operating system and apps store. I'm Mike Rossier? A recalls been issued for some Butterball ground Turkey meat AP's. Jackie Quinn reports. Several cases of salmonella have been reported. Their recall is nationwide affecting nearly eighty thousand pounds of raw ground Turkey. There were a handful of salmonella cases reported in Wisconsin with four patients testing positive for the same strain of bacteria and a fifth resident in Minnesota. But the US department of agriculture notes that the Turkey was produced last July. So it wouldn't be on store shelves and would likely only be found in someone's freezer. The ES code on the recall Turkey meat is p seventy three forty five and the recall affects Kroger and Food Lion store brands as well. Jackie quinn. Wasn't it? Carole..

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"british government" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"british government" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Night in the world at the Vatican, clergy, sex abuse summit survive is hold the church to talk past spatial Live Aid concert pull Venezuela. That's on the world coming up at six o'clock. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. There are and this is according to the British government. There are more than two million people living and working in the UK right now who are citizens of other European countries. That matters, of course, because as things stand now in something like five weeks, the UK is going to be leaving the EU and one of the big drivers of the yes on Brexit vote back. A couple of years ago was a promise to an end to what's known as freedom of movement, the us policy that let citizens of any Member State live and work in any other Member State that's going to change come Brexit day, March twenty ninth as it stands now, which is going to be a big deal for those two million people I was talking about so with that as backdrop here's the latest inner series. My economy stories of people making a go of it in this global economy. Today's installment comes to us from our partners at the BBC. My name is Helen de crews, and I'm a senior lecturer of philosophy at Oxford Brookes university. Originally, I'm from Belgium. I grew up in Belgium. I moved to the UK I in twenty eleven was very much taken without he's England's Oxford in particular. And I loved things like the architecture the climate the people. I think it's fair to say that the referendum result. When it was announced was a big blow..

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"british government" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:27 min | 3 years ago

"british government" Discussed on KTOK

"Thousand KT. Okay. And welcome back to coast to coast George Noory with you this past weekend. I was at the big bear lake California at the alien snow fest two and one of the keynote speakers, of course, was Nick pope, Nick, author journalist and television personality ran the British government's UFO project at the ministry of defence. He is recognized as one of the world's leading authorities on UFO's. And he is got some gangbusters information force tonight. Nick, welcome back. And it was great to see you in person this past weekend. Absolutely. They could have great conference getting there. And I think alien snow fast is going to be one to watch for the future. They want to carry on with that. They sure do. And I gotta tell you people just admired your presentation. Thank you. You know, the credibility of what you bring to the field of you follow g Nick has just unprecedented. I mean, here's a guy. You who ran the British government's you project at the ministry of defence. I mean, it doesn't get. Much higher than that. No. And I guess unlike some people making claims of having what this program that program, you can find out the press office and probably get off of my resume off, and you can get to the British parliament website and see some of my work. And of course, as we've discussed before many times, much of the documentation. That relates to my old job is now in the final throes of being declassified and released by the British government, all sorts of documents that I worked on and indeed wrote to the national law types in the UK, we're gonna talk about some of that information. But of course, you have obtained a published Defense Intelligence Agency letter to congress about the Pentagon's UFO program. Tell me about this. Well, this is something of a bombshell, though, I say to myself, the the latter is actually dated January ninth last year. But I literally only got hold of this on January sixteenth this year. So so just just over a week or so ago, and it is Alaska from the Defense Intelligence Agency to congress, basically saying your stuffers have been asking us about this program. This is what we did under the chip contract. And the lecture went to the late. John McCain, who of course, was with chairman of the on services committee ranking member Jack Reed. So so this is is absolutely unassailable in terms of of its prominence and for the first time in black and white. We have a letter from the DIA who ran the program to congress, basically saying what they were getting up to and it's extraordinarily can you tell us how you this letter. Yes. Now, it it's a complex trail. And there are a number of people who who gives a shoutout for this back in April of last year, April the daily congressional record was published and a Swedish research could watch Roger glass spotted a little throwaway line in. I mean amongst forty three pages or whatever it was where it said, essentially, the onto the daily business was the DIA had sent a letter to congress about this. And I found out that Raja last SEL and the number of other. Researches keep back to feel pulled dean John green will call ins people like that. We're making freedom of information act request for this document if it's in the congressional record. Well, let's let's say congress was told we the people should be held to. I went down the different route. I work as a journalist Nelson case national newspapers. So I approach the office of corporate communications at the DIA. And I tell you I was I was chewing unfurling with them for months trying to get hold of this. This latter was clearly a huge internal debate going on about the release stability of this. And I finally got it. I emailed it on January sixteenth. Subsequently found out that it went in parallel to some other people who had made freedom of information act quest took the decision just to immediately tweet, you talent such huge public interest in this story, and I figured that others others would be onto this too. So I thought you know, what I'm just gonna put it out there. And we'll see what happens I checked with the DIA that this was okay. And and the only the only restriction that was put on mate with this was given on a on a tributary basis. In other words, I could say that I got it from from that press office. But I couldn't name the specific press officer who sent it to me. But it didn't matter it's it's out into the public domain, and and I'm very pleased. Nick, how do you know that it's a fantastic. Well, I this is interesting because it's been a few conspiracy theories about this. I mean, I received it. In an Email from the DIA. I had I had emailed them at the official corporate communications address. I had been dealing with one specific press office there. So I knew that it was genuine, but the the proof of the pudding so to speak with the imperil as I mentioned, a number of other researchers and journalists had made freedom of information act requests. And sure enough it turned out that they had received exactly the same letter. So it's not just me coming out with this. Steve Austin good. I think federation of American scientists also a quiet the latter and published the day off to me. So so there are now a whole bunch of different journalists fan, researchers who have received this latter some Email some volume snail mail, but from the DIA itself, so there is absolute. Zero doubt that this is authentic. I mean, this is one hundred percent the real deal. Now some time ago, my colleague, George Knapp talked about this as well. Now, are we talking about the same thing? We we are. I am in impart. He his the thing George who. Obviously his investigative journalism played a huge part in this story and continues to play a huge part in it. It's still unfolding. Of course. Georgia quiet, by means which I suspect, but because of protecting his sources, he's not prepared to go into. But what what looked like a list of projects undertaken by a tip the Pentagon's USO program, and he published this. But of course, it it was partially redacted. I think parts of it were classified and. Of course, quite understandably with him wanting to protect his sources, Jen listing process. That was not this authentication anytime you get something leaked. They were always going to be people questioning it. Well, of course, George was vindicated because when when I and others this this latter from from congress for enough the attachment was pretty much the same. There are a couple of interesting differences in some of the information that was dying. Hold on for a second. Nick. We'll talk more about that. Next hour. We'll take phone.

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"british government" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:35 min | 3 years ago

"british government" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty. And welcome back to coast to coast George Noory with you this past weekend. I was at the big bear lake California at the alien snow fest two and one of the keynote speakers, of course, was Nick pope, Nick, author journalist and television personality ran the British government's you Afo project at the ministry of defence. He is recognized as one of the world's leading thirties on UFO's. And he has got some gang BUSTER information for tonight. Nick, welcome back. And it was great to see you in person this past weekend. Absolutely. They could a great conference getting there. And I think alien snow fast is going to be one to watch for the future. They want to carry on with that. Now. They sure do. And I gotta tell you people just admired your presentation. Thank you. You know, the credibility of what you bring to the field of Ufology Nick has just unprecedented. I mean, here's a guy. You who ran the British government's UFO project at the ministry of defence. I mean, it doesn't. Didn't get much higher than that. No. And I guess unlike some people making claims of having what on this program that program, you can find out the press office and probably get off of my resume off, and you can go to the British parliament website and see some of my work. And of course, as we've discussed before many times much of the documentation that relates to my old job is now in the final throes of being declassified and released by the British government, all sorts of documents that I worked on and indeed wrote at the national archives in the UK, we're gonna talk about some of that information. But of course, you have obtained a published Defense Intelligence Agency letter to congress about the Pentagon's UFO program. Tell me about this. Well, this is something a bombshell, though, I say to myself the the letter is actually dated January nine. Last year bought I literally only got hold of this on January sixteenth this year. So so just just over a week or so ago, and it is a latch from the Defense Intelligence Agency to congress, basically saying you're starfish have been asking us about this program. This is what we did under the chip contract. And the latch win to the late. John McCain, who of course, was chairman of the Armed Services Committee ranking member Jack Reed. So so this is is absolutely unassailable in terms of of its prominence and for the first time in black and white. We have a letter from the DIA who ran the program to congress basically saying what they were getting up to. And it's extraordinary. Can you tell us how you obtain this letter? Yes, no. It's a complex trail. And there are a number of other people who who deserve a shout out for this back in April of last year. April nine the daily congressional record was published and a Swedish research watch glass spotted a little throwaway line in. I know amongst forty three pages or whatever it was where it said, essentially the. Onto the daily business was the DIA had sent a letter to congress about this. And I found out that Roger glass SEL and the number of other. Researches Keith back to feel Paul dean, John green will Collins people like that. We're making freedom of information act request for this document if it's in the congressional record. Well, let's let's say congress was told we the people should be told to I went down the different route. I work as a journalist Nelson UK's national newspapers. So I approach the office of corporate communications at the DIA. And I tell you I was I was chewing froing with them for months trying to get hold of this. This latter was clearly a huge internal debate going on about the release stability of this. And I finally got it. I emailed it on January sixteenth. Subsequently found out that it went in parallel to some other people who had made freedom of information act quest. I took the decision just to immediately tweet, you talent was such huge public interest in this story, and I figured that others others would be onto this too. So I thought you know, what I'm just gonna put it out there. And we'll see what happens I checked with the DIA. This was okay. And and the only the only restriction that was put on me with this was given on an unattributable basis. In other words, I could say that I got it from from that press office. But I couldn't name the specific press officer who sent it to me. But it didn't matter it's into the public domain, and and I'm very pleased. Nick, how do you know that it's authentic? Well, I this is quite interesting because it's been a few conspiracy theories about this. I mean, I received it. In an Email from the DIA. I had I had emailed them at the official corporate communications address. I had been dealing with one specific press office. So there so I knew that it was genuine, but the the proof of the pudding so to speak with the empower Lal's as I mentioned, a number of other researchers and journalists had made freedom of information act, request and sure enough it turned out that they had received exactly the same letter. So it's not just me coming out with this Steve often good. I think federation of American scientists also acquired the latter and published it a day off to me. So so there are now whole bunch of different journalists fan researches who received this latter some Email some via snail mail, but from the DIA itself, so there is absolute. Zero doubt that this is authentic. I mean, this is one hundred percent the real deal. Now some time ago, my colleague, George Knapp talked about this as well. Now, are we talking about the same thing? We we are. I am in impart. He he's the thing George who. Obviously his investigative journalism played a huge part in this story and continues to play a huge part in it. It's still unfolding. Of course. Georgia quiet, by means, which I suspect, but because of protecting his sources, he's not prepared to go into what looked like a list of projects undertaken by the Pentagon's UFO program, and she published this. But of course, it it was partially redacted. I think parts of it were with classified and. Of course, quite understandably with him wanting to protect his sources and standard journalistic process. There was not this authentication anytime, you get something leaks. They're always going to be people questioning you. Well, of course, George was vindicated because when when I and others go this latter from from congress for enough the attachment was pretty much the same. There are top of interesting differences in some of the information that was redacted hold on for a second. Nick. We'll talk more about that. Next hour. We'll take phone calls as well. Nick pope with us as we talk about disclosure. Don't forget to watch our TV show beyond belief.

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