21 Burst results for "Cetinje"
"cetinje" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Provides exemptions that allow refugees to prevent trans women accessing all Serbs says in some specific circumstances but. In reality many refuges and rape crisis centers are already trans inclusive. What processes do they use, and mentally the principle of the services that we offer is that we believe survivors. So if a person is coming to US As a woman who has the Trans Lee will respond to them as Roman. Reality is. that. Trans. People are not using rape crisis centers and women's aid enough in rear such a small percentage of the population. We as a movement Cetinje we have in Scotland I would say and I think it's okay for me to speak about Scotland have as a network. We have worked really hard to communicate to the Trans Community that we are trans inclusive. So The levels of sexual violence transpeople experienced are pretty high. But if you look at our caseload beedle and see as many trans people using our services who are survivors of sexual violence. Why did you think not enough transpeople coming for how I mean just look at the Ink. At the moment in this country, there is such a loud volume of saying that. Trans people are not welcome in these basis. Looking at the amount of airtime. And print that has been dedicated to misrepresenting Trans Depot. Then you know you, you would think as as someone who's experienced depression that the space. Is Not for you. Do you know of refugees the a not trans inclusive. I'm. I'm sure they exist. I? Don't know any Personally I I knew of individual workers within some refuges who have a problem with being transcends says. What is the problem with a well essentially bill is the idea that they cannot accept the transplant are women these seem to think that. There is only one uniform experience off womanhood. I mean it was a question. I was asked at ethicon on a panel that I was speaking to this sort of brought it home to me this is what they mean so. I was asked by somebody. Women Organ set up their own women's aid minority, ethnic women's organized set of their own women's aid. So Mike on women just set up their own women's age. So in that question day this idea that..
Only Connect - the critical importance of relationships and how to grow them
"Have Welcome to amazing. Fbi This is your host Michel Visi. Walk into the show today. It's appropriate on speaking cheese. Stunning up I recently spoke at the White Liberal Expo in London in November. Twenty nine thousand nine now. I can't reveal anything yet about this exciting speaking engagements coming up. I want to share with you. Just got off the phone with somebody earlier today often very exciting opportunity. Which I've said yes please with both hands and I just got off to that with somebody who has been exploring what can with mentoring client. Who actually has some very serious cop behind him and a lot of business experience in the end we are discussing the possibility that I may work with them. As sort of that part of the team were more of an agency basis. I guess van on `simple consulting basis and what struck me about this is also relevant to what I was talking about with the five business models I've mentioned in the last podcast which is to say retail arbitrage online arbitrage wholesale relationships private label and agency model the five Mesa. I know often that people that I know work with to make themselves money on Amazon and bill businesses of various different kinds. I'm one of those reflecting. Was the common thread amongst some of these things that I'm really conscious today of all days. It's relationships again. People could get a bit separated between the reality of what drives money transactions online and the mechanism itself so the mechanism itself is kind of magic. How many of you got something like Amazon? As kind of magic. Because it manages to bring millions and millions and millions and millions of eyeballs every single day to products and the conversion rates are incredible. They produce an amazing customer experience which includes incredible ability to fulfil products in other words. They ship stuff. They stole stuff. They have an incredible machine that they built many many years of hard work by this was not always the case. These things that Grow Adam. No Way they've worked incredibly hard and they were first movers as well. Plus Jeff Basis. Whatever else you may think that Various business processes is a shopping shop. Is Guy Probably on the planet right now for my money at least in the textile base the movie somebody shot him coming up through the can take his crown but he smart enough to know that so my money he still the most proven smart guy out there and guess what the reality of it is that behind every transaction bowl though they have built this wonderful magic machine and it is kind of magic when it works and it often does even though anyone who's been sending anonymous while knows you have to get the rest of this means that it's like Magic Butts. The thing is on the other side of that. Transaction is a person buying a product and the more I'm always going on about this and I make no apologies for the more. You understand your customer. If you'RE GONNA be private labeling anyway or anything that you get to influence the listing. So if you're working with the wholesale account if you have some listening control you certainly should do this as well. You've got to really really really meet the customer weather. Also you have to understand the mentality. So in the end it's about people and the processes are way to bridge the gap between the pest producing product and the consumer. Another thing to say is that of course relationships and to the equation when you talk about supply if you are private labeling you have a relationship with the guys new factories and actually if you're serious private label as one of the Maas. My members in ten K. collective mosman recent experience. When he went to China I think it was actually last year. They went They literally had the red carpet experience at all. The the people lined up along the streets on the way to the tree they had Miniature music playing you know the usual the whole nine yards as I say so. This is an example of how important they had become too that factory based on it has to be said the relationships based on volume when it comes to supplies off Physical products the manufacturers. Not School supplies. In fact supplies can include anybody who you pay for services or products so put in a broader sense that includes people like Neil coaches or mentors or personnel. Runs a mastermind. Such is the mic guys in the mosman happened. The ten collective mastermind includes you'll photographer. It includes anyone who writes your listings for includes any agency that you might use for managing oh PPC your Amazon ad for example and those are all relationships yes they may be mediated via websites via online software. Whatever but the main thing to remember all the stuff is man-made or it is person made I should say artificial notice the word artificial mean it means made by hand made by hand so it is not something that grows organically like a tree or something all these things that create you by people full people and if we lose sight of that we lose sight of what for me personally and maybe this is not a software engineers where I've looked at the world or an engineer's wherever what for for me personally. What's behind all of this stuff is in the end? Relationships wholesale is an interesting one where we have probably even more of a delicate impulsive relationship with the people that you buy wholesale from now. I have to say cause on. The tape is something. They'll have almost no past experience. I'm learning going through a course at the moment. I'm learning all about that. I'm very excited to get out and try my hand at this but I know that in the end sometimes these distinctions between the business models are artificial anyway. Because I was looking to have a relationship with a brand owner and fat doesn't own a Brian yet. But somebody he's got a serious business but it is looking into private labeling house going to have the conversation about having a consulting relationship with them and then in fact we're probably going to have more of an agency relationship will actually help implement a lot of this stuff and maybe. I'll end up hiring more staff to deal without a skeleton stuff that I can tend to to Amazon specific activity by that Cetinje. Something that We can develop out as needed and then of course. The next thing I'm going to be doing is trying to get the same relationship with some wholesale browns who I might initially start for the relationship while I just give the money and they put us and we might end up in a sort of partnership so I guess what I'm saying about this. This includes even speaking forum at conferences. Or anything like that. Again is a partnership. Because the the P the conferences needs speakers and speakers me needs to get exposure of the brandon message so in the end so much in my experience business well comes down to the same stuff the experience in the music world. Which even though it been doing the E commerce as my main business my main job or profession for several years now that Still keep behind him with music. I still love my music and does not actually as much of a division as I thought because in the end I think the thing that I found most powerful mice exciting in the music making was relationship between the former audience between the conducts and the orchestra of like the the leader in the team and between people in a do a partnership where you have a a singer work with pianist or something in the end. What was interesting to me is is relationships. I love music. Also very fascinated by intellectual game and the sort of Sport if you like a business because in the end you have skin in the game and asset Nicholas Mac never say his name Nassim. Nicholas Talib forgive me if I put Mr Todd says having skin in the game basically makes you make better decisions so effectively makes you smarter and I love that about business. But the common thread through all of this stuff that struck me very very strongly today after she really powerful phone calls of people is relationships nowadays. Start all of this view starting from scratch. I think you need to just be a couple of things. You need a bit of structure to create a relationship with somebody who can help train you and that doesn't just mean a mentor or coach Could willingly it probably means a group of you'll pay is now. I think you should be selective about you. Mean by because the people aren't taking action is a majority of people in any course for example they all your peers. If you're an action taken by the way reality check if you're one of the people that talks a lot and doesn't take action. Abby not person every so often and I can still end up in their. Don't kick myself in the button and get on with it. Then you'll peers. Are The people doing the same things you might? Just be real about that. You'RE NOT GONNA get into group of action takers. If you're not an action taker. So you got to start is chicken and egg but you gotTa Start Yourself. You're going to have some hungry yourself. He depend on other people to do the work for you which is another thing about partnerships. I guess even if you were more sophisticated person for private label seller in you considering possibly branching into running an agency or if you Of a private label sal and you want to add wholesale to add some stability to the mix of easy cash flow whatever it is then again. A lot of it comes down to ability and encourage in relationships and a Dan. Mattis said the other day who teaches wholesale. But it's true. I think across all sorts of business models within the e commerce. An Amazon sphere as has broadly. The truth is with the relationship if you all very very hit to what the other person in the relationship needs to serving that person and you are determined to serve them whether or not you're immediately getting paid or even if you never get paid then that mentality that that's orientation to the rest of the world will serve you very very
What's next for Harry and Meghan?
"Week started with the Sandringham Bringham summits as the papers cold it which so Harry sit down with his grandmother. Uh Prince Charles Prince William It's Hash Out Some sort of results of Harry and Megan's request to step back a senior members of the royal family. And that was where I lost left. You we were just a few days into the story on a lot has happened since then. I'm not allowing this week. I'm joined by Victoria Arbiter in New York royal commentator and a friend of the show. Thank you for joining US Victoria. We've put a lot talk about this week. Thank you for having me Omid. It's Friday. Let's take comfort in that. This is the first day of the week that I've actually felt like it. Was that day because on Monday also felt like Friday. It's it sort of feels like a marathon. I mean we talked doc to little over the last few days about how. There's never been a royal story in our Time period of covering the roles that we've covered quite to this degree and I think it's just promises to keep on going it really does You know the I'm trying to even think where to begin the week started with this Sandringham summits. The you know the build up to that was that was a couple of days and you know the weekend sort of had puts it forward this very dramatic face to face encounter so with Harry and the Queen Prince William Prince Charles to finally discuss what it was that the Sussex is wanted moving forward. I think it's safe to say that the couple got what they wanted. CETINJE looks like it so far But of course in in that Royal Weld they gave a little bit of news while giving no news tool We just really got confirmation. That Canada is for the time being at least the country of choice in terms of settling outside the UK. But I think really what I took away from the face to face certainly in in the years that I've been covering the royals Omid watching my dad. Many many years ago covering the roles I have never known senior royals come together face to face quite like this and If we look back to the nineteenth ninety s when the Queen was urging Chelsea Diana to divorce she was sending them letters. Nobody was coming together face to face. So I think this really was the queen in a very pragmatic way bringing the family together. Because there's nothing like being face to face for remembering there's a very human person at the end of the agro. There's a human person that's experiencing the angst and the upset and the hurt so at least by bringing everybody into the same room in room that holds so many personal memories as well. Well I think the goal for the Queen was not justified to solution for the Sussex's although that's a primary concern but also just to get this family talking again. Yeah and I think that's been. The balance has probably been a struggle for everyone. That's involved in the suit. Particularly the Queen is sort of thinking talking about this from the family's perspective but also as the current monarch she has as we saw from the statement that followed that Sandringham Sandringham summits. It was very personal. I think one thing I said in my country at the start of the week is how he would have been going into that meeting hoping that he was going to be sitting down with his grandmother a naught in one thousand nine hundred year old Queen and I think that the statement that followed showed us that he was in fact in a meeting with his grandmother. I actually want to read it out just for anyone. That wants a quick recap. She said today. My family had a very constructive instructive discussion on the future of my grandson and his family. My family and I are entirely supportive. Have Harry and Megan's desire to create a new life as a young family although he would have preferred them to remain fulltime working members of the royal family we respect and understand. I wished to live a more independent life as a family while remaining evaluate parts of my family. Just have to step out so this second. That is the loss of families. But we'll we'll get on. Surely that is a lot of families but ah omit I think you raise a really important point here because it's very easy for us on the outside. We're used to the queen taking care of us the public I She's been criticized in the paused because there's a sense that she's cold and unfeeling and insensitive towards her family but we have to remember but she's trying to present herself as head of state. I and in this instance this is a classic case of where she's wearing so many hats but she has to find a solution working moving forwards. That works is acceptable to the British public that accommodates all of the Sussex's wishes but also is a solution that is going to be conducive abusive to the running of the institution of Monarchy. Now there's been a lot of talk this week is Harry and Megan's big announcement the beginning of the end for the monarchy. I think that's a very dramatic grammatical jump from high in Meghan wanting to leave. No I don't think it is but she teas a crucial crucial crossword roads where the Queen has to find a solution that perhaps sets up a blueprint for future royals but more importantly really gives everyone everything it is they want while corning causing minimal damage. Yeah it was. It was very interesting because in a way the statement showed that she was in control of the situation and I think that was something that the family were keen to to do publicly very quickly to show that they had a handle on this. And they didn't have Harry and making running amok and doing their own thing but in in a way she had no choice but to put this statements out because the manifesto the proposition that the Sussex's put forward on that website really really gave her no other option of into give them what they want it. Because of course if the royal family didn't turn around and allow them to I guess quote Unquote Leave Steve Than it would have the optics of that would have been terrible. It would have kind of gone back to a dark time that we were in some decades ago. Yes I think she was in a very difficult position wasn't she and I think perhaps inasmuch as we can speculate Harry probably regretted putting his grandmother in that kind of position. He so very close to her. They've shared a warm affectionate relationship. Always I think Harry felt like his hand was forced. And there's no question that will have been incredibly frustrating for him yet again a tabloid that. He's already incredibly frustrated at has blown his plans out to the water. Yes excuse me. And so in that instant he felt like his hand was forced but in releasing the details of that website. It did put his grandmother in a very not not to be too dramatic but it was quite a dangerous position. Because as you say the uptakes the Royal Family Says No to any of that then they look like the Uber Bad guys but at at the same time the royal family not just answering to hurry and make an in this instance they have the country to think about is tricky. Yes very an something something I think will continue to be tricky over the the weeks and perhaps even months ahead because although this statement makes it very clear off finish it shortly shortly it makes it very clear that they got what they wanted in terms of stepping back senior royals but there are so many elements of this. That haven't been figured out. And yet still as we speak the conversations about financing and their own personal finances continue. And I think it's GonNa take a long time to reach need solution on that front because as much as everyone has said that yes area. Megan have there and think I don't think anyone even knew how they were going to deliver it even after they publicly announced that it was going to happen. Yes I mean it's it's very true. That Harry and Meghan are independently wealthy. But most of Harry's money is tied up in investments. It's investment rich cash. Paul shall we say And as much money as they may have in their combined wealth security alone is an astronomical sum so just the logistics around financing. I think going to take months. And of course in in any separation finances tend to be the biggest quandary but then we look ahead to the other logistics. There's the key logistics which is security. They have to have security. They're prime targets. But what does that security look like. There's the funding this where they're going to live there the titles. But then the knock-on effect what happens to all of their patronage is. How how much time do they spend in the UK? Do they appear at trooping. The color what happens at remembrance Sunday. What about Harry ceremonial military roles? It goes on and on and on and the thing is all of these elements have to be tied together before they reach a final conclusion. Because there's no room for error once they're gone on and I think that's where the figures behind the scenes from the government the palace the host country's government. They've really got their work. Cut Out for them because they can't afford to let anything not be decided upon absolutely and of course as you as you point out this is this is something that once Set in stone that is that is will become the blueprint for potentially future royals on a knife from speaking with sources within team Sussex. Harry sorry oversee did this for him and his family but he really did it. To create an option full SRI say spies in the royal family in the future as well you know. Whatever is decided for the Sussex today maybe something that Louis or Charlotte wants to take advantage of in the future so they have craft to step very very carefully to make this work perfectly because as we saw with Edward and Sophie in the past has been attempted and it did fail and failed quite spectacularly? Didn't it and this is where it's very tricky. The Queen is notorious. When there's any kind of Ruckus in the royal family she goes is back tradition and Preston? That's why there was such a brouhaha about the flag half milestone Buckingham Palace when Diana passed away There was she always relies is on tradition with. There is no tradition for this. Yes some people have competitive abdication crisis of one thousand nine hundred eighty six but in my view. It's very different to that Edward. The eighth was forced tossed out. His role was considered no longer constitutionally possible Harry and Meghan choosing to leave so it's coming up with a severance package. I suppose if we're looking at this this is a business that's going to work for them but crucially omit I think you really hit the nail on the head with what you just said is it has to be something a model that works. Thanks for future generations. Because everyone's going to get very confused. They ended out and when we look to the future. This is the opportunity to create a precedent so that then there's no room for error moving
"cetinje" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"They're not even guessing, like, okay, let's say four people in a household, they're saying, forty million thirty million thirty million separate accounts watched murder mystery is in the US. Yes. How many people live in the US twenty million? I don't, if okay, thirty million eight hundred sixty nine thousand accounts watched murder mystery in its first three days. Now, I know that they were pushing it, you know, they had I'm sorry, thirteen million in the US and Canada seventeen million worldwide. But still. Well, okay. So, so if this was a movie that Cetinje can't compare movie in theater. I know that that's what you're about to do. You really can't then lower the price. So if this was a movie in thirty million accounts, but let's say, people thirty million people saw this, if you charge five dollars, this movie made one hundred fifty million dollars. I don't believe it. Well, okay. They pushed it. Dollars for this movie can you're not doing the wrong math. I fifty cents to this movie. It'd be number one. Now I have net flicks. It is very passive for me to just press play on the thing that they suggest there suggesting the shit out of it right now it's two main people Adam Sandler has been putting out. Good. And he keeps getting to do it because people go out to see it because that's what some people call funny and then Jennifer Aniston can do no wrong. She only has been picking garbage movies name a movie, and I like her. I don't even know why I think she's got actually, I think she's got great comedic timing. Whereas Adams goes. And she's got a lake make that funny, somehow I think she's great. But what could that be? Could the movie me you fucking tie it in years? I saw thirty million people are saying you're perpetuating the problem but I didn't start the problem we didn't start the fire. Exact one. What did you see? You saw the whole thing. Yes, your eyes are still like facing forward the not in the back of your head right now. I've been playing poker phone, but it was definitely a new say when people walk away to the bathroom firm. Minute there now, arching, the movie, that's okay. You got me really watch murder mystery but a bit passed us just fun. Was there a good part? No. You side all the way. Why did you not turn it off? Thirty million people are seeing. It's the talk of the town. I got to know what is this bullshit? This is really how your brain works thirty million people needed to see. So you have to be one of them. Yeah, I guess what everybody's not talking about. Don't believe you were in the military. How how come it's not trending Steg murder. Mystery? That's then your friends talking about it. That's true. Thirty million people sought within how many days, did you see it? Okay. Did Zirk she sent? No. Did you see it? Andrea. Say and she she she is respect for. We just happen to see the Adam Sandler stand of special engine. I loved it. Now he gets go back to dog shit. But isn't that funny that Andrea has no concern to even see this again? Isn't it funny? Now it's more funny. They use I. Well, here's what's funny. You're not seeing. Keep seeing it. But this one, I'm sending. Yeah. Who do you know that saw this? Holy shit. I kid what raid, it is it because kids love like murder Mr., but it's like, you know..
SoftBank's Vision Fund invests $800m in Britain's Greensill
"Let's move on to final topic and a look at Greenville a British private finance shadow Bank. The kind of institution that maybe isn't in the mainstream of financial services Cetinje, not a high sold name. But a stake of it. We think up to maybe twenty percent of it has been a quiet by the enormous Japanese investment firm. Softbank rub. What do you think has drool them to this business on what exactly is going on here? Yeah. It's a good question. I should say the green select she drew a very big investment from general Atlantic last year, which is a big US investor known investing in European fintech. Adian end payments companies probably the most famous bat, so it would draw in love interest. But that crystallized evaluation of one point six billion. So SoftBank have poured eight hundred million dollars into Greenville to take a minority stake. But it's incredible to see the inflationary impact soft bank's valuation. It's gone up from. About one point six billion to three and a half billion. And put simply I think on the key. Appeals to SoftBank is what Greenville does SoftBank love financial structuring, financial engineering, and they love clever use of off balance sheet debt. That's basically green main business. They find clever ways for companies to raise financing out of that supply chain working capitals, which crucially don't usually count towards that debt. You can sort of see why that the soft bank's alley. Yeah. Absolutely. All their comparible investments that it's made. Well, I mean, it's starting to make financial investments, right? We've seen oak north in the UK to an extent we've seen it. We've wire called in Germany, although there's an interesting structure around that. It's something thawing to do is they're coherent strategy that we can detect amongst the few investments they made is probably a bit too early to say there's not necessarily any grand plan again of mood, these businesses and create some great. Funding. But it's patina stakes butting these types of complex financial structures. Yep. Indeed and green. So it's been involved in some complicated situations, I should say green toes founded by a guy called Greenville, lex Greenville. He's this. Australian guys charming is the son of a farming family. And he's this great story about how his dad's business and any went under because of late supply of payments and how he's doing all this stuff to try and fix that issue. But he was involved in a pretty Harry situation to do the magic GAM GAM had to liquidate a fund due to them being able to sell a bunch of bonds that Greensville attracted and say that that situation still not resolved so oversea that was no block on SoftBank investing. But he's been involved in some interesting situations does illustrate them there at the end of the financial will oppose. Thank you wrote for the explanation.
"cetinje" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"And Cetinje excessive debt levels if you think about it. Moving into restarting of easy street with the fads stopping reducing the bond. She can I ask you. We have a piece this morning that treasuries will re-test three percent because fidelity say that we are underestimating the propensity for inflation came through from the dinner last night that I run various businesses. Yes. The US is still there are many facets in the US and in the global economy, which are actually doing reasonably well are you three percent man or two point two five percent, man and treasuries. Two point two five percent man because it seems that the treasury market is reflecting fundamentals. I mean, you have a mom hand you have to stop marketing going up on the other hand, you have two long long day yields coming down in a way is a bit of a paradox. But if the balls reflect reality deflect reflects on the mantles global slowdown inflation that in our view is not going to rise and on the other hand, the equity market reflects, the the again, the expectations very easy longest reports from central so but to answer your question, I've all probably see two percent or all that and three percent in ten year old. Hunsel cash how much money do you have to play with at the moment does percentage of your portfolio? And where would that money doesn't go into some of the non-cyclical dividend plays in the US? Yes, we have central banks which made a u-turn. And that means if interest rates coming down again you have again the shortage of of yield. So this this cash field is there. So you want to be in David paying stocks in preferred non cyclical industries at this point. Because if the economy slows down further and possibly goes into recession late, he's here two thousand twenty then I think you want to be a non say clinical stalks, but also in as I mentioned before long day treasury vaults. I think that makes a lot of signs of his environment. Hans can I stop you from that? I'm going to show up us a shot on oil. We're going to talk about oil.
"cetinje" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Of C Span's, the weekly podcast. Our guest is Daniel Franklin. He is the executive editor of the economist. He joins us to talk about the latest addition. It's cover story the world in two thousand nineteen we discuss Brexit divided US government, the global economy, the president and more bipartisanship is is fine as long as you can identify things that you actually want to work together on, but I think elsewhere he's also said watch it if you attack me you back, and that is the Trump modus operandi. So you you would expect that on certain things that may be spoke to work together on infrastructure, for example, Cetinje President Trump will be very keen to keep this economic cycle going and to find ways of keeping the economy stimulated, but he's also going to face certainly heightened. Scrutiny heightened questions about his own affairs, his own tax affairs in particular. Inquiry is going to be. Producing offered results. It's it's hard to see how that won't lead to explosions of one sort or another which could in turn make this bipartisanship. People. Love to talk about is harder to actually deliver in practice. You can find C fans the weekly podcast on freeze. He's been radio app or wherever you listen to your favorite podcast. And.
"cetinje" Discussed on KCRW
"Nine point nine KCRW. Voters in Afghanistan. Went to the polls on Saturday casting their ballots in parliamentary election that had been delayed for three years more than twenty five hundred candidates were in the running for just two hundred fifty seats and the run up to the election was extremely tense and deadly threats from the Taliban throughout the country, heightened the danger of participating in these elections at least ten candidates as well as dozens of their supporters were killed in the months leading up to Saturday's vote, but the day of the election also saw heightened levels of violence, although the exact number is unclear targeted attacks led to more than thirty six people dead on Saturday alone. Kamani was reporting in Afghanistan over the weekend. He's a correspondent for the BBC based in Islam Abbad Pakistan were there were dozens of dozens of violent incidents over the past two days in Afghanistan, including a suicide bombing in the north of the capital, Kabul, which fifteen people were killed in that. Incident we understand a suicide was trying to get inside a polling station when police stopped him from doing that at that moment, he blew himself up killing people who are around him. But having said that full the tragic loss of life that that was by Afghan standards. This wasn't a petite Kabylie fide set of days many people at fade. There would be a lot more major attacks. I mean, I've been reporting from Afghanistan for last a year and a half and some of the attacks that we've seen in the last few months, for example, I I've seen fifty people being killed in one single attack. And we didn't see anything like that. So from a security perspective Cetinje that were people who were killed there where attacks people were in some cases prevented from voting we already knew going into these elections that a third of all polling stations across the country. We're gonna have to remain closed because of security concerns, but these elections were more peaceful than many fit they. Would be are they considered democratic by the electorate because of the attacks in the threats and many of the problems, we just outlined. Well, enough guidance on a lotta people quite disillusioned with politics after years of violence and corruption. Sleep. Oh, being in a enough cornerstone over the last week, or so the a lot of people who will also quite optimism at times because they felt that in these elections, unlike in previous elections and numbered the candidates were young with from professional backgrounds, but well educated and people felt that they were in a position to offer off guns, some real political change and move away from a kind of system of politics that's dominated by ethnic factionalism, and by old warlords having said that there has been a lot of criticism with enough gone. Stan of delays that occurred during the election process. A a number of polling stations didn't open on Saturday or open late voting had to be extended into Sunday. What I was that some of the polling stations people would come and tell me that despite having registered they couldn't find that names on voter lists the rules have problems with a a new biometric voter. Verification system that was introduced a little bit at the last minute. Really it's designed to prevent people voting more than once. But because it was introduced so late a lot of this stuff. It seems one particularly well trained in how to use it and that helped contribute to the delays. There has been criticism of of the organization of these elections. You mentioned a lot of the younger. More educated candidates that are running. I'm wondering are there any themes? Are there any common political threads that they share? You know, something that might be resonating with this electorate. We'll wanting to note is that in Afghanistan. One parliament isn't particularly powerful in comparison to the to the position of the president the second is that the political parties on really a dominant in the parliament, most candidates standards independence, even if they are affiliated to political parties because political parties in in the country often associated with factionalism. And struggles power. So a lot of the people who stand as I say. Aw independence. And that means that they can, cultivate, their own constituencies of support really does that need a lot of people who are former journalists says civil society activists standing in these some of the people who vote is what were quite enthusiastic about alongside them though. They're also a lot of big businessmen. The children of former so-called warlords who is standing for the first time as well. So quite a mixed bag of candidates to astounding and a huge number. I mean, the two thousand five hundred candidates standing across the country in Kabul alone, where I was there were eight hundred candidates for thirty three seats at the ballot paper was about fifteen pages long. It's kind of like a newspaper, really. And there were about four hundred women who ran among those candidates. What can you tell us about them? Exactly. So that's not actually that different number from the the number of women who ran it in the law said parliamentary elections in two thousand and ten also around four hundred women who took part in those. But as I say that the a number of of women amongst these candidates who people are unwanted gastric about speaking to to to one female candidates. She's twenty six years old. They well-known a TV reporter enough Coniston. And she was saying to me that she was standing because she viewed the older politicians is basically being corrupt and acting like a Mattia in Hawaii words and she wanted Afganistan to move away from them as well. As the fact that the four hundred women's four hundred women standing, I think around sixty percents of the candidates will under the age of forty and what about the current president Ashraf Ghani? He's been president for over four years. Now does he still have support? Yes, he's he doesn't. And in fact, one of the reasons why these elect. Actions are seen is so crucial is because next April, we'll have presidential elections, and they'll be much more politically significant because as I say the political system is quite centralized to the president really is the key to the country. And so these parliamentary elections were meant to have taken place around three years ago, and they've been delayed ever said ever Cincinnati only just happened now. So these elections was seen as a kind of dry run. If you if you like four those presidential elections people wanted to see would enough Afghans jail safe coming out to vote will the results be accepted. That's another crucial question because a previous elections have been marred by allegations of fraud and many fear the same could happen again. So these are all key concerns that the people have about the next presidential elections. And we're hoping to get some kind of indication from these elections about how. Secondary Kirmani is a Pakistan and Afghanistan correspondent for the BBC. Cylinder. Thanks for joining us. Thank you..
"cetinje" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"So these being allowed of talk for a long time about how New Zealand and how the government can bring down those property prices. And Mike, it saw that more k we can own their own home, and it was a huge topic in last year's election. And one of the biggest promises that this new government might when they were in opposition was that they were going to, you know, fight back against high house prices in mica, easy for people to get onto that property later. So I think there was a demand for for some little changes but will remain to be seen with with the specific laws actually gone to hit the fixed. They were hoping to that point. I was going to ask you to are indeed about the extent to which foreign purchases all to blame for the ongoing Roy's in in property prices and this this general expense associated with Fulham's. Dacian Cetinje and in other markets, it's a factor, but it's not the only driver. Is this something that kind of makes good sense in terms of a domestically, appealing? Political play. And how much is there a fair that pops? It doesn't address a more fundamental problem is it is incredibly complex and and foreign am visas buying property and New Zealand. You know, in the living here, not adding to the housing stock at does Ed to the problem, but it's not a huge part of it. So there was for a long time. There was debate about how much of an issue this walls in the in the previous government finally started to report on it. We found out only around about three percent of national house. Trains foods every month were by. I've assays by a, so it's obviously a really small portion the, but I think that the problem that people head was well, you know any any foreigners coming in and buying up New Zealand properties that was looking out, Kate ways was too much and Saudi at the walls, a bit of appetite for that. There was there was a lot of that. Maybe it was bit of a populist policy to ban foreign bias. There was a lot of talk of xenophobia from the other side, you know, kind of Skype gorging on on foreign communities and things like that. So it's an interesting policy and and like you say, it probably actually won't stop high house prices at might have a very slight effect or maybe Knicks property cycle win. The property bucket becomes really Hauch gain at might do something. But overall, it's just bicyc- supply and demand. We have a huge population and Chris Oakland largest city, and they just did bicycling just on enough houses for the number of people. And like I said, foreign bias, my Cup of very small seemed to bet on indeed some foreign boys will continue to be allowed to me that purchases from Australia, of course, from Singapore to is that because there are a free trade agreements that this new legislation call and get round. Exactly, yes. So we have existing free trade agreements with Singapore. With a stray Leah. And actually we've got the c. pay Tapei peso a big multilateral trade deal. That's going to come through soon as well. And so that's part of the reason that the student had just slashing was I wouldn't say rush through, but it was prioritized because we basically head to the museum government hit to pass this legislation before that you try deal climate force otherwise we wouldn't be able to do it. There are some some foreigners that will still be to buy homes and they'll also foreigners not planning to live in New Zealand will still be out to buy new apartments nudge developments, mostly story block side. There was some some softening during the consultation period around that. We have people say to high, we might be going, but file with us and in the industry see that they wanted foreigners to be to buy those new developments because it's kind of aiding to the housing stock here. It's the first thing I think topic one. I'm sure we'll return to Laura Wolters. Thanks for joining us on the program. This is the briefing monocle twenty four. Now, let's take a look at what else..
"cetinje" Discussed on Omnibus
"The lion and the lamb lay down to actually they were. The Sumerians believed that was literally happening in Dilmun, but maybe an here did not believe that because he was actually. Trading with Dillon. He was an importer exporter. He knew what a cesspool Dilmun really was right. He didn't. He didn't believe the hype on the travel posters. He was importing copper. This was the bronze age. You need copper. If you're gonna make bronze. In my opinion, there's two main things you need to make bronze. You want some copper? Yeah. And you want some ten that's kind of a controversial opinion. I know I would call it Tipper if I were going to name it instead of copper, but they called it bronze, how? What are the proportions of copper tin in bronze, I've never made bronze. Bronze is one of the many alloys that I have never made in some kind of home foundry. How do you make? Do you know how to make bronze? Yeah, bronzes copper is a really bad metal to use for axes. It's too soft, but if you add ten to it a little bit, like ten percent tin, you can a smidgen of ten is put a smidge of ten. In there, it becomes bronze, which is harder and or more. Your doctoral at. It's more useful. In fact, originally it was arsenic that they put in with copper, really? Yeah. Then they kept licking the wheel and the plough and they would just die well, and the fumes, the arsenic fumes as they were as they were mixing it. So then they figured out those are toxic arsenic fumes. Luckily, Labor's cheap back then that's right. That's the beauty of a time. When materials are expensive, Labor's cheap. You can just kill fifty people to make one act for five hundred years. They, they used arsenic and it wasn't a problem, but then they started mixing tin and then that was. They're always experimenting with alloys those crazy ancient. That's how erg out to be the biggest city in the world. They stopped killing thousands of people every year. All of a sudden, looking licking their axes, their population went crazy. So copper, super valuable, and you need to import it from Dilmun this coastal area on the Persian Gulf. And that's where an sear made his money. That was his big entrepreneurial idea importing copper up to mess with a team where people could make stuff out of it. But he was an urban, not a domain, Ian, right? He was a native of her, not unlike Abraham in the bible. For example, Abraham the founder of some pretty good religions, the patriarch of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, all the greats Eric Clapton, three different, super right there. Abraham, I mean, we're the children of Abraham. We can talk about it all the time name religion that Abraham didn't found dairy Buddhism. Okay. That's actually a fair point. Yeah. Abraham did not invent Buddhism now. Zoroastrianism. He also did not restaurant. Okay. Stop naming religions that Abraham did not found. Yeah, he was the bible tells us he was born in or of the child ease right. Caldes I would say Caldes, but it does have an ancient. I do like to say this z because it makes me sound knowledgeable. Like put a little on it. How do you save a mineral? Like is it Chelsea Doni or Doni house? Calcium, stay Conaco Elsa Doni. I really love this house Adonia. Tony. It is Cal Cetinje Cal Cetinje wow, I never would have guessed. So it is. It is probably the caldeans anyway. So the Abraham city of our modern scholars do identify with the of an seer. Of course, Abraham took off, he headed for Canaan. He had other stuff to do born in Babylonia, moved to Arizona. Abraham, Abraham. How do you spell the city of Dolman Dilmun Dilmun I l. m. u. n. you're certainly not looking at up on a computer because you already know we know all this stuff off the top of our heads. You're curious how to spell it. Well, you can picture it correctly. When you visualize the word in your head. I know how to spell it in Sumerian Arabic. What I didn't know was which was. It's a little triangle going. This way triangle run this way to triangles on this way. Hey, it's Caitlyn, and this is Jamie from the Bechtel cast and we want to talk to you a little bit more about our little show. That's right. We talk about the portrayal of women in movies. That's right. We use the Bechtel test as a jumping off point for more discussion..
"cetinje" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The grenfell tower survivors will get to grand for a very soon i up there let's talk a brexit lot of stories in the news not just the withdraw bill and those rebellions in the house of commons but i'll say accusations of every moaner conspiracy across the party's well let's talk about all this ajar man he's labor and p bassett look he was aleve campaigner and last night he voted with the government against his own party whip on issues or the withdrawal bill good morning to you john good morning i think better to describe it i voted with the will of the british people in the will of my own constituents i've nothing to work on that is the fact that is a fair correction but this is the labour whip under jeremy corbyn was very clearly it should be an abstention on the european economic area the this idea of what are the amendments that has come straight from the house of those officially about us basically staying in the european economic area thanks to the rule taken or rule rulemaker similar to the new way situation but that would also include because free movement of people control immigration save the ninety mpg rebelled against that whip seventyfive supported the motion to remain fifteen voted leave it you're one of those fifty why did you vote against your party whip there when we left communion i didn't can leave in order to have unlimited immigration from the european union i left in order that we could have a sensible immigration policy where we determined hopefully through work permits and visas who works and lives in this country and those controls and so it's very straightforward the what no way negotiated years ago may suit no way that doesn't suit chosen we need a british stephen number still needs to incorporate not having unlimited immigration and that was very straightforward for me we've got a lot of talk recently in cetinje over the fudge that was offered regarding some of the remembrance at three from the hassles who averted on cheese day where theresa may appeared role had often one concession to dettori rebels he will remain as an another concession to eurosceptics not perhaps marrying up.
How a Facebook app scraped millions of people's personal data
"The setting he didn't want to speculate or otherwise i mean i i had an interesting expense eddy cue is one of the most extraordinary people i think i've ever met and cetinje having a conversation i i was unaware as to i don't know i'm just naive and stupid that i haven't done my homework on him and so when i met him and he was talking about cars and stuff and blah blah blah and i was thinking you know i'm saying the big league here and i can talk rotate and then suddenly he whips out his fighting and says i'll have a look at this this is the car i just bought and then of course it's a one of one because he's on the board of ferrari blah blah blah and then you suddenly realize you know what i mean i you know i'm almost in the presence of greatness it was one of those he's he's in two different stratosphere yeah that's all these guys all the kind of these unknown apple executives and other tech executives were just casually worth a couple of hundred million quid or kind of changing industries i mean somebody them just anonymous but hugely powerful now i'm looking my lessons this morning about the story which is on the front page of the daily telegraph but i'm sure that it's on your mind pretty much every day the end the wild west for tech which is where we in essence the cabinet minister responsible for overseeing them i mean you know this is this comes on the face of another sort of scandal if you like of data having been sold i'll ghibli of elections having been tampered with a personal data having been compromised through face but it's a lovely idea do you think that there is any chance that google or facebook first of all can be reined in and secondly do you think it's too little too late well too far into the first question the second question first too little too late but when they can be reined in i don't think so simply because if you think about the scale facebook retailers basically every human on the planet that has an internet connection outside of china so and or used to think of youtube i think.
"cetinje" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The front foot this morning up by twotenths of a percent the underperformers the footsie100 lays down by onetenth of a percent but elsewhere we see gains in particular on the set your dax were up by half upset emina in the utility spaces cetinje the story that e on his up by five percent off we up by eight point eight percent and energy out by molten thirteen percent the big story is that e on has agreed to buy energy from rwe dividing up the spoils in the german industry at german utility space retailer networking z e on renewables in judging asian gangs rwe and energy as i set up like this he percent as a result so that's one reason why we seeing the gem market outperformed the broader picture and we see us features pointing higher the broader picture is that markets a choosing not to worry too much about terrace anti focusing instead on the underlying us growth picture the creation rate of jobs in the united states was impressive on friday in terms of the number coming in above estimates and the wages story was not too hot so it looks as if goldilocks could debts could still be in residents over in the united states intends while the sectors and stocks that we're following this morning gkn very newsworthy up by one point three percent they put out a statement this morning saying that the ah that the deal on the table undervalued them this is the deal for melrose but they were sort of later taken by vents because at the same time as they did that melrose revise these big put out another bit so gkn just in the last few minutes having to say i we currently evaluating the revised offer say things leaving a pace on that front elsewhere we got the dull index down by onetenth of a percent we get inflation data out the united states watch out for that later on this week oil is a little weaker this morning the dollar against the yen has been on the letting the mary ride by the a japanese political story this time that's a bloomberg business flash now here's ed ludlow with more on what's going on around the world on a north korea wants to sign a peace treaty off meeting with donald trump reviving a longheld goal.
"cetinje" Discussed on KGO 810
"Gets on on two more the morning joe cetinje start talking to me could joe and is talking about ben carson and then makes this crazy pivot midsentence to talk about how he loves mike loved my coverage today and that he kissed me on the cheek yeah get in your good side having just in general if he starts calling a little katie somebody calls a little ronnie they're not my friend well listen i mean he goes up and down he's charming and then he attacks terming attacked you don't get wv to get on my good side i mean it's not that's a lot about you can't get on my good side you can't get on my bad side that's not my job you're not on a side with me i am just reporting on what you're doing now let's deal with some major and that squares to sexual misconduct issue every day more and more people coming out i think it was seth meyer's is says it's like it's like really the powerball numbers last night boom it hits home because to have a smiley and i go back a long long time and apparently these last the the next when the caught in this in this situation the irony of having a president who has done are as let's say has been accused by i believe at sixteen women of doing things that clearly or misconduct i mean that's inescapable at irony how do we how do we explain that to the world i don't know how do you explain that to the world at a the white house says listen these things were out there they've been litigated in the court of public opinion be voter still voted for that for him oh and by the way none of the accusers are telling the truth and oh and by the way donald trump says he's never met any of the accusers which is doesn't make any sense there was a apprentice contestant there was a reporter who was doing a profile on him and there was a you know an somebody in his pageants a verifiably we already know that's not true um did more in the middle of.
"cetinje" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Weekend edition sunday james clapper the former director of national intelligence made a starkly an observation about president trump this week he said russian president vladimir putin is handling trump the way kgb officer handles an asset clapper's comments followed joint announcements that the us and russia had cooperated to foil a terrorist potted russia we're joined now the a skype are the guardians former moscow correspondent luke harding's also author of the book collusion mr harding thanks for being with us good morning uh that sounds like an extraordinary uh assertion and and i'll note he says handling like not is but is there anything factual to support that assertion while there's the law fact so if you costume went back to the cold war a nice eighty seven the soviet government invited donald trump to visit moscow i'm supposed to talk about a hotel but cetinje people live took two kgb defector as other people may intelligence community this was the kind of classic cultivation operation that that's what you call it in the intelligence agency business and and i think we've seen a patch all six attempts to woo donald trump to befriend him to encourage him going about said he is but for all the complements that the donald trump is offered putin he hasn't tried to lift us sanctions on russia so let me ask is trump innocence plane vladimir putin i have met anyone who's who's who's serious these suggested that i i think in this head of power relationship it's kelly the that putin is the senior partner uh well that's why we call you you're an expert on those crime who stuff now but mudi hasn't gotten the gift that that would mean the most to him extensively well i mean you're you're you're right i mean putin overstay his his number one political priority is to get americans sanctions lifted is damage the economy he sees it as a as a wide a plot by the west against russia but what putin has got big time if if we look back on this extraordinary year is he's he's got divisions he's god's turmoil inside the us he's got america will retreating from from being a.
"cetinje" Discussed on The Economist Radio
"Oh come to the stadium they will cetinje tried to boot vladimir putin of course that i did happen before putin had been booed in two thousand ten eleven boxing match and that was just before the protests that erupted in in moscow and that was that was deeply embarrassing for him actually he he will is like that he was an and the public will will public always what watches this things with with great glee uh in a way because frustration has that there is no doubt about it the reasons let him a putin can get elected is ultimately because he's trying to share that there is now tell us if all was have all senator does exist will plunge you into poverty into cows into sort of the 1990s to sort of disastrous as as it has but trade and russia plummeting of the economy in and living standards but the times of changing and of course the the young people who go who will go to the world cup have no memory of the 1990s and from what we've seen in the rallies of alexei nevada name around the country people uh just cut off a s i wouldn't say this spoiling for a fight but they're certainly wanting to vent their frustrations at the end of it'll what this will mean for vladimir putin's leadership if the tournament goes well if it's regarded as success it can i think be potential contributed to the reno mobilization of russia as an international player and the fight the putin does have his admirers around the world and if he can pull this off it may actually help that was gideon rachman and arkady is just ski daniel dna the eyes of foam at gymnast and i trained with russians bones i did not have that and did you see the doping happening i didn't that it certainly didn't happen to me and my county level british gymnastics and that's it for this special edition of economist radio with me and mcavoy pen me daniel franklin do join us again next friday december the 29th when will add another episode of the world in 2018 and if you have any comments or questions.
"cetinje" Discussed on KGO 810
"I believe the accusers were were more the question is what what about your accusers why do you believe them and why shouldn't anyone believe yours so he was caught between a rock at a hardplace on that why he even got involves is a is a puzzling question he could have just sat on the sidelines and said i you know oh i i hope the best man win done from what i understand it was steve bannon an pushed him into into endorsing him strongly yeah what i mean it was steve bannon who isn't it the guy wasn't even in the white house said got kicked out and now he's still has the presidency of that seems to be that seems to be consistent their people he let's go and the next thing you know he's back with them and talking to our i don't think anyone really leaves the trump orbit well maybe amoroso no he'll talk to her hill talked to her i let's let's talk about the fact that you got kissed by on that that must have been real exciting huh um it was interesting i mean he grabbed just went for your boom hugs he gives you the the gives the kiss it's an odd thing for journalists to be in that situation i mean howdy i'm not i'm not trying to label a little salt at a people know i people on twitter saying how can we talked about this assault thought an assault i this is a man who was trying to charm me and he was trying to manipulate coverage and he was happy with what i said to walk into a room when he gave me kissed on the cheek it'd was completely inappropriate yes it's not the way you treat a reporter covering your campaign it was obviously meant to try and manipulate um so in the moment i just felt like i can't believe he did this no one's going to take me furiously um and i remember being you know horrified and hoping that nobody saw and then he gets on on two more the morning joe cetinje start talking to me could joe and.
"cetinje" Discussed on Storynory
"In fact joey with deep inside the woods where he could smell squirrels and rabbits fox's and he lay very very low in a hollow full of leaves and he did nothing but shiva and think how big and scary the world could be sometimes even katies much it could not find him because he was keeping so still and was feeding so weak in a condition that was barely perceptible even to a witch but katie was show that he was vast somewhere she kept on looking into late was starting to get dog and then she knew she had to go home where else a mother would be worried she did not sleep much that night and when solomon came in from his midnight hunting expedition he did not common curl up on her bed because he knew that she was still very angry with him in the morning she got up early and headed back to the common he took some cooked sausages with her and cetinje won the attention of plenty of dogs out for them morning walks by the time she had to go to school she had paul marks and dunked slip out all over her uniform and have face had been given a good wash spy great dane of the school she returned with isis the two goals cold out share we joey joe away by now quite a few of the regular dog workers had heard about the loss dog and dole were keeping a lookout for him this is so sad said isis you don't know how much i want a dog myself i combat thing leave found one and then he runoff i cannot imagine how you feel it was now the weekend and katies mom said sure you are not going back to the common katie but she was by now even kt was beginning to lose hope.
"cetinje" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The role of app is already available on the nhs in scotland the time is now six minutes par six and louise lear is at the weather center this morning good morning good morning john good morning everybody are just give you a quick update on hurricane maria she is now currently passing to the south of the us virgin are the slightly different track to that effect the uk patching aisles but this really is a catastrophic category five hurricane the hurricane is then expected to continue to pushing northwesty direction and native across puerto rica during the day today uk time it than expected to weaken a little and it yet then push its way steadily north i will at the data out the morning and growth on the bbc website for the uk there it said northwest east split today the worst of the weather cetinje across northern ireland and western scotland now it's relatively dry at the moment through western scotland but we are expecting the rate really increase ten quite heavy and miserable often in his northern i intended that rain really quite relentless and temperatures will struggle fourteen degrees at the very path maybe even scotland landscape the worst until the end of the day the rain arrives here later on now for northwest england wales and southwest england is a little bit more in the way of patchy clouds around beneath a mild start and actually if you keep the dry weather you should see some won't that eventually entail 'tony we'll have outbreaks of light rain push need to the southwest into west wales in the sunshine nineteen degrees and cloudy remained sixteen and the central and southeastern england it's a misty start to dry won't within brightness coming through april stay light at all day top temperatures of eighteen or nineteen degrees as she went out erase thanks eight minutes past six look at the papers and the front page of the daily telegraph burrow steps back from branco's may sales cabinet brexit truce the boris johnson story which the telegraph of course has made very much its own with the man himself with reports on it takes another turn for the telegraphed reason they last night the telegraph said says make made piece of gross johnson by securing a cabinet truce over britain's future payments to the eu the.
"cetinje" Discussed on Worldly
"I think that's the campaign candidate trump sold himself in part as i'm a dealmaker previous american leaders were tom there were stupid they were foolish the nana make deals i donald trump do so put me will have better trade deals countries want laugh at us anymore i can get us better deals because i'm a dealmaker now flesh for president trump not only has he so far not made any deals with other foreign leaders he's not even attempting there no deals on the table were trying to hash out the details the zaqueu me the point before that typically with mean like this you have lower level staffers preparing the documents does usually some serve written document the both leaders and off on and the media is often ceremonial is not the case here but it is very striking to me that a man who campaigned as a dealmaker is not only not making deals but as far as we can tell not attempting to make deals it goes even further than that right he's the anti deal president he is pull the us out of the paris climate accord he has destroyed the tpp it was the major a trade agreement tim united states and a lot of countries in east asia the tpp was seen as a way of cement tang us economic and political ties in east asia a sort of an antichina check creating a trade bloc and a political bloc but trump decided that that was not in your centrists and he campaigned against cetinje pulled out of it and so all these international agreements that were linked to the typical ways the us projects power multi lateralism combining with allies to work on shared issues like climate change and china these aren't the normal ways that trump wants to work right and that's how dealmaking is typically worked in the us trumpian dealmaking is supposed to be more personal more trump goes in and uses the force of his personality or its own set of agendas to solve issues that's not really what happened in this business career it's the mythology of his business career but not reality and it's certainly what's not happening right now rate what's happening right now is a dissolution of traditional american alliances without.
"cetinje" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Sixty four players had died night we had to work out which of those players were from countries in africa because obviously will can't kind of a samples across lots and lots of lakes the dates recent necessarily that to say where this play was froth mm it might be the club they've playful but we can't assume what their nationality is so we had problems in terms of determining the nationality then we had to reclassify all causes of death because not everything was kind of university record is hearts tax so we couldn't really definitively put every kind of instance into its own qatar great this means this list cetinje half its imitations and yet we persevere to crunch the numbers and we think it still shy something interesting we think that twenty six of the sixty four players he died in the last ten years as some african countries this is about forty percent of them fee for the international football body estimates thereby two hundred and sixty five million people playing and recognized teams around the world are on seventeen percent of those people are playing in africa that's not my deal measure as many african players earned leagues and all other continents but let's go with it for the moment we can clearly see that africans make up around forty percent of the name deaths the only seventeen percent at the wealth football players now we suspect underreporting at deaths but it seems unlikely that applicant death will be more keenly deported than those on other continents that could cause a disproportionate number of africanbacked have been reported so out of the sixty four players who were found to have died us playing football how we had a forty five of those who died of a heart attack twenty five days who african and twenty who were african we haven't got perfect statistics but the figures suggest that the topic of african footballers and heart attacks is worth looking out in greater depth also arm nelson maybe underestimate hitting the issue as we're not counting the deaths of european players who have african heritage kid african players really be more susceptible to how to tax will the answer may come from the us were studies have looked at death in american sports such as basketball on a flood x here they looked to see if there were differences between ethnic groups including those of african heritage miami.