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First American Dies of Coronavirus in Wuhan, China

WBBM Programming

02:32 min | 8 months ago

First American Dies of Coronavirus in Wuhan, China

"The first in the deadly coronavirus outbreak the US embassy in Beijing confirmed that the first American has died from the virus at the epicenter in the Chinese city of Wuhan the outbreak is responsible for more than seven hundred and twenty deaths all but two of occurred in mainland China more than thirty four thousand people have been infected with the virus worldwide including at least twelve confirmed cases of the virus Michael George is here with more details on the latest at the embassy offered very few details on the American who died but we do know they were sixteen years old and that they died on Wednesday at a hospital in Wuhan the death occurred as hundreds of American evacuees prepared for their return to the US roughly three hundred American evacuees arrived at military bases around the US all of them coming from Wuhan China the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak certainly it's it's concerning doctor Henry walk of the CDC leads the coronavirus response team at Travis Air Force base in California where more than two hundred passengers are under quarantine walk says five of the evacuees displayed symptoms and were hospitalized a fever shortness of breath along with any call for example other flights loaded with evacuees landed in Omaha Nebraska and San Antonio Texas where health officials wearing hazmat suits escorted passengers off planes to start a fourteen day quarantine I am happy to report that we did not find any evidence of illness among the passengers who landed here today the largest single group of confirmed infections outside China exist in Japan on the diamond princess cruise ship you can see that this is highly how Slurpee at least thirty four hundred passengers and crew are currently on board the ship has been docked in Yokohama since Wednesday more than sixty passengers including at least eleven Americans tested positive for the virus we take our temperature a minimum of three times a day and in China nearly sixty million people are still on some kind of partial or total public transportation locked down to try to contain the virus new research suggests the pangolin an endangered mammal who scales are highly valued in Chinese medicine may have passed the virus to human and U. S. based cruise lines are taking their own precautions real Caribbean international and Norwegian cruise lines issued bands for any gas holding a Chinese Hong Kong or Macau passport regardless of residency in

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hampshire here for the primary tomorrow but right now it is time for the sake our this hour is the Norwegian cruise lines analysts and no more thinks conditions could worsen with the crown of ours Dave Wilson has more from New York so I'm not sure how much worse they can get day but I guess you'll tell us absolutely David I mean really this is the second day of the clients for Norwegian you on Friday they decided that anyone holding a Chinese Hong Kong or Macau passport would not be able to go out on their cruises and anyone who's been through a Chinese airport in the past thirty days even if just as a transit passenger they will be able to will go on cruises either so it's a matter of the the restrictions really being ratcheted up in an effort to try and avoid the kind of issues that we've seen with the ship the that that got Dr New Jersey and you had four passengers and taken off and brought to the hospital I was the anthem of the seas no for raw Caribbean there's the issue in Japan with the carnival cruise line that you've got now a hundred thirty five people affected by the corona virus they're trying to avoid you know getting into that same position you get some idea of what China needs to the cruise business just looking at that chart it's it's substantial in me beyond said the US and the rest of the world I mean it is definitely a key area and you could see the follow through on the stocks in the that particular table looks back two weeks but in the last two days you really see most of those the clients take place and it's a little bit of a catch up in a sense from Norwegian because it shares haven't been hit as hard at least this year as those of royal Caribbean carnival so definitely what we're seeing now with the greater restrictions it is definitely having an effect on the stock yeah you have to fill belly for holders the stock on hand you can't feel nearly as badly as as people stuck in that ship in Yokohama that feels and sounds awfully bad over there many thanks now to Bloomberg's Dave Wilson in New York and now it's time for a few final thoughts from Jews in and Rick Davis before we really turned to the finals which start tomorrow so we can you run these campaigns I point out you want everyone you've done and I have your give you're doing here.

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:51 min | 8 months ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Of breath along with any call for example other flights loaded with evacuees landed in Omaha Nebraska and San Antonio Texas where health officials wearing hazmat suits escorted passengers off planes to start a fourteen day quarantine I am happy to report that we did not find any evidence of illness among the passengers who landed here today the largest single group of confirmed infections outside China exists in Japan on the diamond princess cruise ship you can see that this is highly how Slurpee at least thirty four hundred passengers and crew are currently on board the ship has been docked in Yokohama since Wednesday more than sixty passengers including at least eleven Americans tested positive for the virus we take our temperature a minimum of three times a day and in China nearly sixty million people are still on some kind of partial or total public transportation locked down to try to contain the virus new research suggests the pangolin an endangered mammal who scales are highly valued in Chinese medicine may have passed the virus to human and U. S. based cruise lines are taking their own precautions real Caribbean international and Norwegian cruise lines issued bands for any gas holding a Chinese Hong Kong or Macau passport regardless of residency the only radio news apps for breaking news CBS news radio here's why a drug that costs two point one million dollars per dose is selling strongly I'm Geoff Colvin of fortune magazine with the fortune business update it's a gene therapy medication called soul gives me from Novartis so against my is approved to treat a rare devastating disease called spinal muscular atrophy the muscle wasting disorder typically affects children and some forms of the disease usually lead to death before a child reaches age two but the medication doesn't just treat the disease a single dose delivered via infusion cures spinal muscular atrophy that's why major private insurers as well as government programs like Medicaid have been willing to cover the drug for most patients with the condition this could prove a critical test case for gene therapy drug manufacturers are betting that steep prices won't matter or won't matter much if the therapy will prevent more drastic and expensive health conditions down the line or save lives still gets mis early success may bolster that argument I'm Jeff Coleman other words advise and consent are more than the title of the nineteen sixties movie about political injury they could also apply to the job a growing universe of advisers performs during intimate scenes on movie sets reported by Rita braver from.

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:51 min | 8 months ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on KGO 810

"Now to our at Emory Sunday morning comparison shopping for hotels and cruises starting his office our crews guy Stewart here on Stuart this is a this is a complex situation right now for you particularly in your business but you're one of the great professionals in it or you wouldn't be on KGO what are you gonna give to to our listeners well I I guess it's it's some the the the basic information if it can be complicated so I'm gonna put it into a nut shell if the cruise industry as a whole is taking the coronavirus very seriously and doing everything they can to minimize impact two passengers on any future sailing for example if you're sailing on anyone or broker means brands row Caribbean celebrity Azamara for example if you have a China or Hong Kong or Macau passport you will be denied boarding you'll get you'll get a full refund but you will not be able to sail if you visited China Hong Kong or Macau within fifteen days of your sailing you will be denied boarding and if you visit if you if you attend if you fly through all Hong Kong for example you will be denied boarding very important to check the cruise lines websites to ensure that you're in full compliance and not a risk of being denied a refund yeah by the way the airline to because you need to get the information from them so you don't book a ticket into a place and they don't want to correct and but most of the other cruise lines right now or you are okay using a fifteen day time period when visiting any one of these regions whether you're from there or you visited there and the time of your cruise so I mean they're they're doing everything they can and so and your job as I mentioned to you earlier my wife and I are actually going on a cruise today you know out of out of fort Lauderdale we're going to the carribean you know some people father was nuts but there there's no reason for me to be concerned I'm going to wash my hands with the use open water I'm going to you know limit my personal person contact which is the same thing I would do in the case of a norovirus and I'm going to go and I'm going to go in you looking forward to having a nice time the weather in the carribean is in the seventies the seas are calm all the new ships are in and looking forward to enjoying Valentine's week with with my wife and our friend captains doing Gavin macleod is actually going to be on the sailing and were hoping to break the world the Guinness world record for the most of our rules are there any cruise ships what are they saying I mean when when you decide to go on this cruise did they say anything to you since the outbreak of this disease no I mean not nothing not nothing out of the ordinary I mean you know we if you know what's happening unfortunately with diamond princess in in Japan right now it's it's extraordinary it's it's never happened before and in all the years that I've you know in over thirty years I've been cruising it's it's unfortunate you know seventy five percent of the of the cabins on that ship have balconies so most people are getting you know fresh air and and sunshine wild you know the other you know twenty five percent have either ocean view or inside cabins those people are being taken out in groups and given some time outside the sars any better than this the other attorneys never reach this this person sars as far as everything is concerned I guess I just heard that and in fact I believe the death toll has exceeded sars at this point okay such a short period time but the point is that I wanted to make dramas it is important for people to feel confident that the cruise lines are going to change you know protect in the end do everything they can to ensure that the sailings or save the pastors and ships are safe and I would just avoid sailing in in Asia impact on the region cruise line just canceled all their Southeast Asia cruises through December

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Cruise lines bar people with Chinese, Hong Kong or Macau passports from boarding as coronavirus spreads

John Hamilton

04:34 min | 8 months ago

Cruise lines bar people with Chinese, Hong Kong or Macau passports from boarding as coronavirus spreads

"Now to our at Emory Sunday morning comparison shopping for hotels and cruises starting his office our crews guy Stewart here on Stuart this is a this is a complex situation right now for you particularly in your business but you're one of the great professionals in it or you wouldn't be on KGO what are you gonna give to to our listeners well I I guess it's it's some the the the basic information if it can be complicated so I'm gonna put it into a nut shell if the cruise industry as a whole is taking the coronavirus very seriously and doing everything they can to minimize impact two passengers on any future sailing for example if you're sailing on anyone or broker means brands row Caribbean celebrity Azamara for example if you have a China or Hong Kong or Macau passport you will be denied boarding you'll get you'll get a full refund but you will not be able to sail if you visited China Hong Kong or Macau within fifteen days of your sailing you will be denied boarding and if you visit if you if you attend if you fly through all Hong Kong for example you will be denied boarding very important to check the cruise lines websites to ensure that you're in full compliance and not a risk of being denied a refund yeah by the way the airline to because you need to get the information from them so you don't book a ticket into a place and they don't want to correct and but most of the other cruise lines right now or you are okay using a fifteen day time period when visiting any one of these regions whether you're from there or you visited there and the time of your cruise so I mean they're they're doing everything they can and so and your job as I mentioned to you earlier my wife and I are actually going on a cruise today you know out of out of fort Lauderdale we're going to the carribean you know some people father was nuts but there there's no reason for me to be concerned I'm going to wash my hands with the use open water I'm going to you know limit my personal person contact which is the same thing I would do in the case of a norovirus and I'm going to go and I'm going to go in you looking forward to having a nice time the weather in the carribean is in the seventies the seas are calm all the new ships are in and looking forward to enjoying Valentine's week with with my wife and our friend captains doing Gavin macleod is actually going to be on the sailing and were hoping to break the world the Guinness world record for the most of our rules are there any cruise ships what are they saying I mean when when you decide to go on this cruise did they say anything to you since the outbreak of this disease no I mean not nothing not nothing out of the ordinary I mean you know we if you know what's happening unfortunately with diamond princess in in Japan right now it's it's extraordinary it's it's never happened before and in all the years that I've you know in over thirty years I've been cruising it's it's unfortunate you know seventy five percent of the of the cabins on that ship have balconies so most people are getting you know fresh air and and sunshine wild you know the other you know twenty five percent have either ocean view or inside cabins those people are being taken out in groups and given some time outside the sars any better than this the other attorneys never reach this this person sars as far as everything is concerned I guess I just heard that and in fact I believe the death toll has exceeded sars at this point okay such a short period time but the point is that I wanted to make dramas it is important for people to feel confident that the cruise lines are going to change you know protect in the end do everything they can to ensure that the sailings or save the pastors and ships are safe and I would just avoid sailing in in Asia impact on the region cruise line just canceled all their Southeast Asia cruises through December

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on WJR 760

"Bridgeman increase was removed from his National Security Council job at the White House admins lawyer said he was fired for telling the truth meanwhile US ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sunland so the president trump has recalled him from his post he too had testified against trump concerns over the spread of coronaviruses lead royal Caribbean Jabbar travelers as of today holding Chinese Hong Kong or Macau passports from boarding more from correspondent Brian Todd anthem of the seas was just on a standard carribean cruise but the alarm over coronavirus has gotten so strong that when the cruise ship docked in Bayonne New Jersey passengers were screen and for people who had been to mainland China in late January but not to the province where the virus originated were taken for additional testing in the meantime more than seventy three hundred people remain quarantined aboard to cruise ships off Hong Kong and Japan federal investigators say there is no indication that engine failure contributed to the helicopter crash that killed retired Laker legend Kobe Bryant his thirteen year old daughter and seven others more from correspondent your group a preliminary report released by the national transportation safety board states that all significant components of the helicopter were located within the wreckage area and examinations of the mane and tail rotor assemblies found quote damage consistent with powered rotation of the time of impact and quote meeting it was not engine failure that caused the crash federal appeals court in Washington dismissed one of several on going lawsuits charging president trump illegally profited off the presidency the court was not ruling though on whether trump violated the law it just said that the approximately two hundred members of Congress who brought the lawsuit lack the ability to sue a barber who set news flash good oral care habit to keep you healthy that means brushing your teeth.

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:55 min | 8 months ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Today holding Chinese Hong Kong or Macau passports from boarding more from correspondent Brian Todd anthem of the seas was just on a standard carribean cruise but the alarm over coronavirus has gotten so strong that when the cruise ship docked in Bayonne New Jersey passengers were screen and for people who had been to mainland China in late January but not to the province where the virus originated were taken for additional testing in the meantime more than seventy three hundred people remain quarantined aboard to cruise ships off Hong Kong and Japan federal investigators say there is no indication that engine failure contributed to the helicopter crash that killed retired Laker legend Kobe Bryant his thirteen year old daughter and seven others more from correspondent Jim group a preliminary report released by the national transportation safety board states that all significant components of the helicopter were located within the wreckage area and examinations of the mane and tail rotor assemblies found quote damage consistent with powered rotation of the time of impact and quote meeting it was not engine failure that caused the crash a federal appeals court in Washington dismissed one of several on going lawsuits charging president trump illegally profited off the presidency the court was not ruling though on whether trump violated the law it just said that the approximately two hundred members of Congress who brought the lawsuit lack the ability to sue a barber who set do you know the mortgage rates have plummeted to a three year low inter nearing historic lows at the same time home that is gonna abruptly fifty percent in the last several years however they seem to be peaking now maybe it's time to put that equity to work by paying off high rate credit cards personal loans or remodel your house hi Wesley held one with Westland financial let us put you in a position to do any of these things with no closing costs that's right nothing's rolled in your loan whether it's conventional FHA or VA will pay your title settlement lender and recording fees maybe you just want to lock in.

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Royal Caribbean bans all passengers with Chinese, Hong Kong or Macau passports

Ben Shapiro

00:14 sec | 8 months ago

Royal Caribbean bans all passengers with Chinese, Hong Kong or Macau passports

"Of royal Caribbean cruise line is announced its banning all guests with passports from China Macau and Hong Kong until further notice this after debacle at sea in which more than two dozen passengers from China were

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

12:20 min | 1 year ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Your online sportsbook experts so i want to shift gears to a super important topic that i've been keeping my eyes on and actually i was thinking of actually going personally and visiting this very crisis and i got some advice from somebody i really trust one of the top financiers and one of the biggest critics on china he said charlie. Have you ever been critical of china. Uh i said yeah i i've been pretty critical. Chinese said do not go to hong kong. I said why not. He said they might not win. They'll have their eyes on you. You will not be safe in hong kong so the protests that are happening in hong kong right now is one of the most important things happening geopolitically on earth and so many of you have probably heard about hong hong kong in general some. You've probably heard of what's going on. We're gonna give you the straight facts right now and i'm going to tell you something that the hong kong protesters wish they had that they're totally and completely missing so first of all just fast facts about hong kong current hong kong's population right now seven point eight million people seven point eight million people so to put that in perspective <hes> that's smaller than the population of illinois just give i mean that's just about the population of a mid mid size state so <hes> they're not not huge population there. I learned they became a colony of the british empire. At the end of the first opium war in eighteen forty two followed by co loon. I'm probably mispronouncing eighteen sixty after the second opium war and the modern territory was completed in eighteen ninety eight ninety nine year british lease over the new territories which comprise eighty nine percent of the hong kong island silence. I just have to laugh for a second you sign these ninety nine year leases mr producer and you think they're never going to mean anything and all of a sudden the least comes up and guess what in one thousand nine hundred seven the lease was up and so guess what sovereignty over the territory was restored to china in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine year lease was up it it actually functions as a special administrative region hong kong maintains their own governing and economic systems separate from those of mainland china <hes> it it it. It's people tend to identify moore's hongkongers than chinese hong kong as a special administrative region an essay of china with executive legislative and judicial powers that are devolved from the the national government so hong kong. There's really not an american equivalent of this <hes> but i'm trying to think of what the texans often refer to themselves first as texans and actually the founding of the country. A lot of americans used to call themselves a you know i. I'm a virginian. I'm then i'm an american and that has over the years become unless of obviously a thing we we ourselves to be americans. They're not in hong kong when you have these really powerful kind of semi galactic empire type countries countries like china that are created you kind of have these external countries that are always just kind of a stick in the side if you will right mr producer of the country so what was is it for the soviet union was east and west berlin that was kind of their store in in the side of their soviet empire that they were trying to create and hong kong. Is that for the chinese yes. They've never been able to totally control hong kong. It's always really bothered them. Same with taiwan taiwan is just an eternal problem for the chinese. They think that they governed taiwan. The taiwanese want their own government their own structure. They don't consider any sort of <hes> allegiance at all to china so here's a really important thing and this is from a history st textbook says quote although britain transferred sovereignty of hong kong hover hong kong nonetheless maintained some institutions that were separate from mainland china such as legislator independent judiciary <hes> this framework known as one country two systems has existed for twenty two years but protesters and hong kong are worried that the proposed changes for the extradition bill would give beijing greater influence over the region before going further just some top line facts about china really quick china right now is america's greatest enemy right now. There's millions of muslims and concentration camps simpson china china's trying to take over the world. Our trade policies have heavily benefited china china's g._d._p. Is growing rather slower today than it used to be but generally very very very quickly. <hes> china has total goals takeover most the sub saharan african ports of entry around the world and as well in south america china. It has no freedom of expression for its individuals. China is a very atheist secular country china has contempt for the west and the more that we've trade with china china's actually become more more authoritarian and more aggressive towards the west and so here's a little bit about the extradition agreement that was kind of struck in february two thousand nineteen hong kong security borough proposed changes to regional extradition laws that would allow people to be extradited from hong kong to mainland china reuters reported critics feared the bill would undermine the independence of hong gongs legal system and put hong kong citizens and foreign nationals at risk by allowing suspects to be sent to mainland china for trial and that's from reuters protesters believe that mainland china per play a role in drafting law and order to gain more control over hong kong citizens and they're right hong kong chief executive carry land denies this claim protesters demanding demanding her resignation due to what they perceived to be dishonesty to her citizens and loyalty to beijing so you kind of have hong kong that is having seventeen seventy six moment mr producer so this is their seventeen seventy six moment they are literally flying american flags in the streets and singing the national anthem and i'm telling you right now we should do even more to support the people of hong kong china is evil country. China is a evil country. I'm so sick and tired of this quote unquote alliance that we have china not saying we have to go to war with them not proposing being that i mean there's a lot of evil countries out there. I hope podcast about how evil iran was and how we should go to war with them. I mean i've spoken time and time again about countries that are evil and countries that are not our friend that we should stand up against north korea's evil but i think it's good that we're talking to them. I think that for example in other contra i've been very critical love and mr producer you know this saudi arabia funded nine eleven fifteen and nineteen. The hijackers were saudi arabian. I mean saudi. Arabia funds madris's all over the world. Saudi arabia's is behind a lot of the rise of islamic tears which would award them just because i think china's evil does not mean. I think we sh- want again. There's a distinction between the government of china and the way that the one point arana's the same way a lot of the people in iran are credibly liberal progressive. People purchased a great. There are persons are great. They live under a dictatorial oppressive regime and a lot of the chinese. Can you get them on the street. They talk. You know very sensibly. They want more openness. They want more freedoms and the same thing's happening in hong kong precisely and so and so the demands of the hong kong among people are this they want democracy that universal suffrage so hong kong residents have the right to elect their own leaders through general elections without the intervention of the chinese communist government mr producer producer. This sounds like seventy seventy six the sounds like a petition to king george they want an autonomous government duly elected by the people so they can achieve the rights and freedoms. We have in the united states including living free speech and the right to keep and bear arms. Can you believe it. They want the right to keep and bear arms this extradition bill which started the protest to be complete withdrawn now. I have to take a step back and your this. This is guess what mr producer for those you listen to the trolley kirk show. This is charlie kirk show exclusive commentary. I've not heard this anywhere. This is charlie kirk exclusive commentary number one. Let's go back to the brilliance of the founding fathers. The founding fathers studied human history. They started the greeks. They started the romans. They said the chinese that's right. They started the indus river valley. This out of the addition of mashed potatoes about below means the as the mines the incas and they found us that human beings are rather predictable creatures that we will act in certain ways and that we we will time and time again unfortunately embraced tyranny and one of the best ways to prevent against tyranny is to have some capacity that there can be equilibrium within the the people and the rulers and mr producer. What did they put in place to make sure of that. Will they put in place to make sure that citizens this could be armed. Could you imagine right now if every hong kong protester had an a._r. Fifteen sitting at home all this this wouldn't be your protest. This would be what mr producer. This'll be a negotiation and i we were talking about. This and show prep and i take is is is brilliant honestly. This is the best argument for the second amendment. You're ever going to funny. It's an in the contrast between the new york times trying to rewrite our history and these hong kong. This is real in real time. The clinging to the true story of our founding freedom fighters of the spirit of seventeen seventy six is alive and well in hong kong. Meanwhile it's dead and gone in the new york times editorial editorial. It's totally dead and so right now. Imagine if every honked is the best argument for the second amendment you're ever going to find because the second amendment is not the hunt deer and it's not for personal protection those things these are important but what is the second amendment really about to fight government tyranny and mr producer every single this this really upsets because every time i say this on a college campus people say oh. There's no more government tyranny. You're talking about something that's ever exist right now. In hong kong there's government tyranny and people are standing up against it. There's hundreds of thousands of young people well that want freedom they want freedom from tyrannical government and for the leftists out there that are totally silent shame on you for the liberals in the meteorite. They're they're not covering this appropriately. I condemn you completely and categorically. Here's what's happening. You have these people that want what they want. Democracy they want freedom expression but what have i always said mr producer. There is no first amendment without the second amendment and you're seeing that against the hong kong people unless the west comes to their aid unless america says definitively. We stand dan with the people of hong kong. They're going to lose this. What are the gun laws in hong kong right now. According to section thirteen of up to thirty eight the firearms and ammunition ordinance essentially no no person shall have in their possession any arms or ammunition unless he or she holds a special license for possession of such arms ammunition or dealers licenses such items james. Those in possession of illegal firearms can face up to fourteen years in prison. Smuggling of guns is punishable by death. You are recommended by your club to possess essentially have to be part of a gun club. There's no private ownership of guns. Why is this the chinese government knew that if one million people in hong kong had a._r. Fifteen for example the gun the left hates all of a sudden. They wait a second. We wouldn't have protests. We could have a civil warner has now. I don't want a civil war. I don't want armed. Conflict understand is the reagan doctrine of peace through strength in a micro lens. This is peace peace through strength when a million people all of a sudden have negotiation power. They have no leverage so if the chinese bringing their military right now you know what it is. It's a hostage hostage. Situation is not a negotiation but if the chinese military walks into hong kong with their tanks and you got a million people they are fifteen waiting for you all of a sudden. You're like wait a second hold on we we might lose our lives here. We know we're not really. We love this guy but i don't know about this right now. They know that they're gonna be unopposed. The chinese military can go door to door and kill whoever they wanna kill they can mow down whatever apartment building they want to that anyone getting in their way however with an armed citizenry it changes the entire dynamic of the conversation and changes the entire hire dichotomy of how the entire process happens instead of protesters trying to create attention against the citizens. They're going to be treated as equals. They'll be treated a sovereign beings because there will be the imbalance that happens when there's no armament of the citizens is so remarkable and cannot be ignored. This is the argument for the second amendment and if hong kong embrace the second amendment for the last hundred years and older citizens were armed like the israeli citizens were armed and the swiss citizens were armed and the american citizens were armed my goodness they wouldn't have this china would say yet. You can have your own hong kong. You can do your own thing. You can have your own separatist government. We don't want a civil war. We don't want an uprising. We don't want carnage in the streets. We don't want we don't we don't want to lose one hundred thousand people because these hong kong people are ready to die the ready to but they don't have the ability to die. They're just going to die as smarter as victims but if you have the ability to shoot back and they're coming with tanks and they're coming with guns good luck trying to to to try to quell the kind of rebellion absolutely i think i think the on on the whole electoral argument for the second amendment point of having the guns is so you don't have to use them this ended of course that's what i'm saying and and look the chinese are kind of smirking because they're like well. If we bring in the military we will and if we have to shoot a couple of people we will but they're not gonna shoot back because they don't have guns they know they don't have guns because they put these ordinances in they know.

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

16:33 min | 1 year ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Your online sportsbook experts so i want to shift gears to a super important topic that i've been keeping my eyes on and actually i was thinking of actually going personally and visiting this very crisis and i got some advice from somebody i really trust one of the top financiers and one of the biggest critics on china he said charlie. Have you ever been critical of china. Uh i said yeah i i've been pretty critical. Chinese said do not go to hong kong. I said why not. He said they might not win. They'll have their eyes on you. You will not be safe in hong kong so the protests that are happening in hong kong right now is one of the most important things happening geopolitically on earth and so many of you have probably heard about hong hong kong in general some. You've probably heard of what's going on. We're gonna give you the straight facts right now and i'm going to tell you something that the hong kong protesters wish they had that they're totally and completely missing so first of all just fast facts about hong kong current hong kong's population right now seven point eight million people seven point eight million people so to put that in perspective <hes> that's smaller than the population of illinois just give i mean that's just about the population of a mid mid size state so <hes> they're not not huge population there. I learned they became a colony of the british empire. At the end of the first opium war in eighteen forty two followed by co loon. I'm probably mispronouncing eighteen sixty after the second opium war and the modern territory was completed in eighteen ninety eight ninety nine year british lease over the new territories which comprise eighty nine percent of the hong kong island silence. I just have to laugh for a second you sign these ninety nine year leases mr producer and you think they're never going to mean anything and all of a sudden the least comes up and guess what in one thousand nine hundred seven the lease was up and so guess what sovereignty over the territory was restored to china in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine year lease was up it it actually functions as a special administrative region hong kong maintains their own governing and economic systems separate from those of mainland china <hes> it it it. It's people tend to identify moore's hongkongers than chinese hong kong as a special administrative region an essay of china with executive legislative and judicial powers that are devolved from the the national government so hong kong. There's really not an american equivalent of this <hes> but i'm trying to think of what the texans often refer to themselves first as texans and actually the founding of the country. A lot of americans used to call themselves a you know i. I'm a virginian. I'm then i'm an american and that has over the years become unless of obviously a thing we we ourselves to be americans. They're not in hong kong when you have these really powerful kind of semi galactic empire type countries countries like china that are created you kind of have these external countries that are always just kind of a stick in the side if you will right mr producer of the country so what was is it for the soviet union was east and west berlin that was kind of their store in in the side of their soviet empire that they were trying to create and hong kong. Is that for the chinese yes. They've never been able to totally control hong kong. It's always really bothered them. Same with taiwan taiwan is just an eternal problem for the chinese. They think that they govern taiwan. The taiwanese want their own government their own structure. They don't consider any sort of <hes> allegiance at all to china so here's a really important thing and this is from a history st textbook says quote although britain transferred sovereignty of hong kong hover hong kong nonetheless maintained some institutions that were separate from mainland china such as legislator independent judiciary <hes> this framework known as one country two systems has existed for twenty two years but protesters and hong kong are worried that the proposed changes for the extradition bill would give beijing greater influence over the region before going further just some top line facts about china really quick china right now is america's greatest enemy right now. There's millions of muslims and concentration camps simpson china china's trying to take over the world. Our trade policies have heavily benefited china china's g._d._p. Is growing rather slower today than it used to be but generally very very very quickly. <hes> china has total goals takeover most the sub saharan african ports of entry around the world and as well in south america china. It has no freedom of expression for its individuals. China is a very atheist secular country china has contempt for the west and the more that we've trade with china china's actually become more more authoritarian and more aggressive towards the west and so here's a little bit about the extradition agreement that was kind of struck in february two thousand nineteen hong kong security borough proposed changes to regional extradition laws that would allow people to be extradited from hong kong to mainland china reuters reported critics feared the bill would undermine the independence of hong gongs legal system and put hong kong citizens and foreign nationals at risk by allowing suspects to be sent to mainland china for trial and that's from reuters protesters believe that mainland china per play a role in drafting law and order to gain more control over hong kong citizens and they're right hong kong chief executive carry land denies this claim protesters demanding demanding her resignation due to what they perceived to be dishonesty to her citizens and loyalty to beijing so you kind of have hong kong that is having seventeen seventy six moment mr producer so this is their seventeen seventy six moment they are literally flying american flags in the streets and singing the national anthem and i'm telling you right now we should do even more to support the people of hong kong china is evil country. China is a evil country. I'm so sick and tired of this quote unquote alliance that we have china not saying we have to go to war with them not proposing being that i mean there's a lot of evil countries out there. I hope podcast about how evil iran was and how we should go to war with them. I mean i've spoken time and time again about countries that are evil and countries that are not our friend that we should stand up against north korea's evil but i think it's good that we're talking to them. I think that for example in other contra i've been very critical love and mr producer you know this saudi arabia funded nine eleven fifteen and nineteen. The hijackers were saudi arabian. I mean saudi. Arabia funds madris's all over the world. Saudi arabia's is behind a lot of the rise of islamic tears which would award them just because i think china's evil does not mean i think which want again there's a distinction between the government of china and the way that the one point arana's the same way a lot of the people in iran are credibly liberal progressive people purchased a great. There are persons are great. They live under a dictatorial oppressive regime and a lot of the chinese. Can you get them on the street. They talk. You know very sensibly. They want more openness. They want more freedoms and the same thing's happening in hong kong precisely and so and so the demands of the hong kong among people are this they want democracy that universal suffrage so hong kong residents have the right to elect their own leaders through general elections without the intervention of the chinese communist government mr producer producer. This sounds like seventy seventy six the sounds like a petition to king george they want an autonomous government duly elected by the people so they can achieve the rights and freedoms. We have in the united states including living free speech and the right to keep and bear arms. Can you believe it. They want the right to keep and bear arms this extradition bill which started the protest to be complete withdrawn now. I have to take a step back and your this. This is guess what mr producer for those you listen to the trolley kirk show. This is charlie kirk show exclusive commentary. I've not heard this anywhere. This is charlie kirk exclusive commentary number one. Let's go back to the brilliance of the founding fathers. The founding fathers studied human history. They started the greeks. They started the romans. They said the chinese that's right. They started the indus river valley. This out of the addition of mashed potatoes about below means the as the mines the incas and they found us that human beings are rather predictable creatures that we will act in certain ways and that we we will time and time again unfortunately embraced tyranny and one of the best ways to prevent against tyranny is to have some capacity that there can be equilibrium within the the people and the rulers and mr producer. What did they put in place to make sure of that. Will they put in place to make sure that citizens this could be armed. Could you imagine right now if every hong kong protester had an a._r. Fifteen sitting at home all this this wouldn't be your protest. This would be what mr producer. This'll be a negotiation and i we were talking about. This and show prep and i take is is is brilliant honestly. This is the best argument for the second amendment. You're ever going to funny. It's an in the contrast between the new york times trying to rewrite our history and these hong kong this is real in real time <unk> clinging to the true story of our founding freedom fighters of the spirit of seventeen seventy six is alive and well in hong kong meanwhile. It's dead and gone in the new york times editorial editorial. It's totally dead and so right now. Imagine if every honked is the best argument for the second amendment you're ever going to find because the second amendment is not the hunt deer and it's not for personal protection those things these are important but what is the second amendment really about to fight government tyranny and mr producer every single this this really upsets because every time i say this on a college campus people say oh. There's no more government tyranny. You're talking about something that's ever exist right now. In hong kong there's government tyranny and people are standing up against it. There's hundreds of thousands of young people well that want freedom they want freedom from tyrannical government and for the leftists out there that are totally silent shame on you for the liberals in the meteorite. They're they're not covering this appropriately. I condemn you completely and categorically. Here's what's happening. You have these people that want what they want. Democracy they want freedom expression but what have i always said mr producer. There is no first amendment without the second amendment and you're seeing that against the hong kong people unless the west comes to their aid unless america says definitively. We stand dan with the people of hong kong. They're going to lose this. What are the gun laws in hong kong right now. According to section thirteen of up to thirty eight the firearms and ammunition ordinance essentially no no person shall have in their possession any arms or ammunition unless he or she holds a special license for possession of such arms ammunition or dealers licenses such items james. Those in possession of illegal firearms can face up to fourteen years in prison. Smuggling of guns is punishable by death. You are recommended by your club to possess essentially have to be part of a gun club. There's no private ownership of guns. Why is this the chinese government knew that if one million people in hong kong had a._r. Fifteen for example the gun the left hates all of a sudden. They wait a second. We wouldn't have protests. We could have a civil warner has now. I don't want a civil war. I don't want armed. Conflict understand is the reagan doctrine of peace through strength in a micro lens. This is peace peace through strength when a million people all of a sudden have negotiation power. They have no leverage so if the chinese bringing their military right now you know what it is. It's a hostage hostage. Situation is not a negotiation but if the chinese military walks into hong kong with their tanks and you got a million people they are fifteen waiting for you all of a sudden. You're like wait a second hold on we we might lose our lives here. We know we're not really. We love this guy but i don't know about this right now. They know that they're gonna be unopposed. The chinese military can go door to door and kill whoever they wanna kill they can go down whatever apartment building they want to that anyone getting in their way however with an armed citizenry it changes the entire dynamic of the conversation and changes the entire hire dichotomy of how the entire process happens instead of protesters trying to create attention against the citizens. They're going to be treated as equals. They'll be treated a sovereign beings because there will be the imbalance that happens when there's no armament of the citizens is so remarkable and cannot be ignored. This is the argument for the second amendment and if hong kong embrace the second amendment for the last hundred years and older citizens were armed like the israeli citizens were armed and the swiss citizens were armed and the american citizens were armed my goodness they wouldn't have this china would say yet. You can have your own hong kong. You can do your own thing. You can have your own separatist government. We don't want a civil war. We don't want an uprising. We don't want carnage in the streets. We don't want we don't we don't want to lose one hundred thousand people because these hong kong people are ready to die the ready to but they don't have the ability to die. They're just going to die as smarter as victims but if you have the ability to shoot back and they're coming with tanks and they're coming with guns good luck trying to to to try to quell the kind of rebellion absolutely i think i think the on on the whole electoral argument for the second amendment point of having the guns is so you don't have to use them this ended of course that's what i'm saying and and look the chinese are kind of smirking because they're like well. If we bring in the military we will and if we have to shoot a couple of people we will but they're not gonna shoot back because they don't have guns they know they don't have guns because they put these ordinances in they know.

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"They'll call you back. Yesterday's market was on fire. They like a divided government. I think they really like the Senate staying red because that means more judges who care about the economy and the right of agencies to do what they're supposed to do. But not to rule the world. They are free marketeers primarily who go on with it. We might see a resurrection of substantive due process. Who knows but the market went up five hundred and forty five points yesterday. The Dow did the NASDAQ one hundred ninety four s and p fifty eight Amazon itself, which is my marker for the tech world went up. I think one hundred plus dollars a share some crazy amount of money. And when it went up by one hundred and twelve dollars a share. It's almost seven percent yesterday because they know this is good for the economy, and but the pre market there people can take some profits this morning in the pre market data shows, everything is read the Dow is down forty seven points. The NASDAQ is down thirty five and the s&p five hundred is down nine in the pre market shares. A Russell the big one is down five point nine but overseas, everything was green, right? The Chinese Hong Kong market up point three one percent Japan with crazy up almost two percent. They're so happy with what's going on over there. So and in Europe things are up on the FTSE. So things are good everywhere. President Trump gave an amazing presser yesterday. I I'm just bored by Kosta, right? Jim is a friend. He's been on the show. He's welcome back. Anytime it bores me. Have nothing good or bad to say about just not what you're supposed to do. Your job is to ask the president questions and get out of the way not to argue with him. Now, he has a different conception of his job. I think pulling the press is too much. I just wouldn't call them. I just would not call on him. But the president can't resist the jousting as good at it. I just finished a Washington Post column which you'll purolator today presents could've win reelection. Because we live in an age of combativeness, and he's better at it than anybody else any controls the microphone, eventually, even if Jim won't give it away. I mean that was unprofessional when the White House intern walks over to get the microphone, you give the White House entering the microphone after you've had three or four questions, my friend, Peter Alexander stuck up for Jim. And that's that's fine. I'll stick up for you. Meet your question was not I didn't think was racist. But I just objectively the president owns the room any on the owned them all yesterday. It's not owning the liberal media. Just owning the moment. He's better at this than you are now can we also talk about the little secret of what's going on here in the White House. Pressroom there's money to be made here. Right. You get famous. You got a better contract. Get into fights with the president. You're more valuable a cost is not gonna work. Jim knows that. I know it. Everybody knows it. Everyone who gets into a fight with the president gets more more gigs. The more you fight with the president the more. You're in face to face time with the president the more you're on TV, the more valuable. You are the networks. Are there is a monetary advantage to be in an ass. And that is a problem for the country because I want people to talk to the president of judges and the defense spending, and where are the three hundred fifty five ships. Right. That's what I want. But not the White House press. They like to be on TV. And then get the president to be mean to him all their friends. Celebrate them on Twitter. It's just the funniest damn thing. Like, the whole world doesn't know what's going on here. It's the cool kids at school talking to each other..

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"If today's market was on fire. They liked a divided government. I think they really like the Senate staying red because that means more judges who care about the economy and the right of agencies to do what they're supposed to do. But not to rule the world. They are free marketeers primarily who go on with it. We might see a resurrection of substantive due process. Who knows but the market went up five hundred and forty five points yesterday. The Dow the NASDAQ one hundred ninety four s and p fifty eight Amazon itself, which is my marker for the tech world went up. I think one hundred plus dollars a share some crazy amount of money when it went up by one hundred and twelve dollars a share. It's almost seven percent yesterday because they know this is good for the economy, and but the pre market there people are gonna take some profits this morning, the pre market data shows everything is read the Dow is down forty seven points. The NASDAQ is down thirty five and the s&p five hundred is down nine in the pre market shares. Are Russell the big one is down five point nine but overseas, everything was green, right? The Chinese Hong Kong market up point three one percent Japan with crazy up almost two percent. They're so happy with what's going on over there. So and in Europe things are up on the FTSE. So are good everywhere. President Trump gave an amazing presser yesterday. I I'm just bored by Kosta, Jim is a friend. He's been on the show. He's welcome back anytime at bores me. Nothing. Good or bad to say about just not what you're supposed to do. Your job is to ask the president questions and get out of the way not to argue with him. Now, he has a different conception of his job. I think pulling the press is too much. I just wouldn't call him. I just would not call on them. But the president can't resist the jousting as good at it. I just finished a Washington Post column which appear later today presents go to win reelection because we live in an age of combativeness, and he's better at it than anybody else any controls the microphone, eventually even if Jim won't give it away. I mean that was unprofessional when the White House intern walked over to get the microphone, you give the White House intern the microphone after you've had three or four questions, my friend, Peter Alexander stuck up for Jim. And that's that's fine. I'll stick up for you. Meet your question was not I didn't think it was racist. But objectively the president owns the room any on the owned them. All yesterday. Not owning a liberal media. Just owning the moment. He's better at this than you are now can we also talk about the dirty little secret of what's going on here in the White House. Pressroom there's money to be made here. Right. You get famous. You got a better contract. Get into fights with the president. You're more valuable a cost never not gonna work. Jim knows that. I know it. Everybody knows it. Everyone who gets into a fight with the president gets more more gigs. The more you fight with the president the more. You're in face to face time with the president the more you're on TV, the more valuable. You are the networks. Are there is a monetary advantage to being an ass, and that is a problem for the country because I want people to talk to the president judges and the defense spending, and where are the threat and fifty five ships. Right. That's what I want. But not the White House press. They like to be on TV. And then get the president to be mean to all their friends. Celebrate them on Twitter. It's the funniest damn thing. Like, the whole world doesn't know what's going on here. It's the cool kids at school talking.

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Yesterday's market was on fire. They like a divided government. I think they really liked the Senate staying red because that means more judges who care about the economy and the right of agencies to do what they're supposed to do. But not to rule the world. They are free marketeers primarily who go on with a we might see a resurrection of substantive due process. Who knows but the market went up five hundred and forty five points yesterday. The Dow did the NASDAQ one hundred ninety four s and p fifty eight Amazon itself, which is my marker for the tech world went up. I think one hundred plus dollars a share some crazy amount of money when it went up by one hundred and twelve dollars a share is almost seven percent yesterday because they know this is good for the economy, and but the pre market there, people can take some profits this morning. The pre market data shows everything is read the Dow is down forty seven points. The NASDAQ is down thirty five and the s&p five hundred is down nine in the pre market shares. A Russell the big one is down five point nine but overseas, everything was green, right? The Chinese Hong Kong market up point three one percent Japan with crazy up almost two percent. They're so happy with what's going on over there. So and in Europe things are up on the FTSE. So things are good everywhere. President Trump gave an amazing presser yesterday. I I'm just bored by Kosta, right? Jim is a friend. He's been on the show. He's welcome back. Anytime it bores me. Nothing. Good or bad to say about just not what you're supposed to do. Your job is to ask the president questions and get out of the way not to argue with him. Now, he has a different conception of his job. I think pulling the press is too much. I just wouldn't call them. I just would not call on him. But the president can't resist the jousting. He's good at it. I just finished a Washington Post column which you'll purolator today presents could've win reelection. Because we live in an age of combativeness, and he's better at it than anybody else any controls the microphone, eventually, even if Jim won't give it away. I mean that was unprofessional when the White House intern walks over to get the microphone, you give the White House entering the microphone after you've had three or four questions, my friend, Peter Alexander stuck up for Jim. And that's that's fine. I'll stick up for you. Meet your question was not I didn't think it was racist. But I'll objectively the president owns the room any he owned them all yesterday. It's not owning the liberal media. Just owning the moment. He's better at this than you are now can we also talk about the dirty little secret of what's going on here in the White House. Pressroom there's money to be made here. Right. You get famous. You got a better contract. Get into fights with the president. You're more valuable a cost is not gonna work. Jim knows that. I know it. Everybody knows it. Everyone who gets into a fight with the president gets more more gigs. The more you fight with the president the more. You're in face to face time with the president the more you're on TV, the more valuable. You are the networks. Are there is a monetary advantage to be in an ass. And that is a problem for the country because I want people to talk to the president of judges and the defense spending, and where are the three hundred fifty five ships. Right. That's what I want. But not the White House press. They like to be on TV. And then get the president to be mean to all their friends. Celebrate them on Twitter. It's just the funniest damn thing. Like, the whole world doesn't know what's going on here. It's the cool kids at school talking to each other..

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Today that's why she's not, here can you imagine Jennifer A station A, radio station airing in America that belongs to the Chinese Yes actually I can Idea but yeah radio station that I used to be on as a matter of fact, in the early incarnation this radio program, back thirty years. Ago thirty one years, we start October eighth the thirty first year. Of doing this program and in the early days I was on a station licensed to Tijuana known as extra x. e., t., r. a. Car lecture they didn't, use e x. T r a and, now it's called x. e. w. w it. Belongs to a Mexican company that is about to sell out to a Chinese Hong Kong company called Beijing Phoenix TV Are you gonna imagine folks in Washington. Little anxious about this but they can't. Do anything about it right they can't unless they block the. Signal which has been, done in days past through the Cubans the mighty six ninety was called when I was on it I remember that seventy seven thousand watts can all of a sudden California's a lot of fun actually. 'cause you That's right I remember that. Right Yup Your father remember to. Anyway so it's been a Spanish station it's done music. And talk and all kinds of stuff but now. It had English language sports on it as a matter of fact was it was run by. A subsidiary around the big companies anyway so now Marco Rubio great grand standard that he is areas. The, Florida Senator speaking up about California well I suppose in a, manner of speaking speaking up for everybody they say they, will air, a, full, range of, Mandarin Chinese, programming, music entertainment, weather reports traffic reports. Chinese community news that sort of thing what they want to do is have programming that is originating. In LA and San soda, is there there must be. A station the belongs to that art what's his face that does all, of this. Is I think, in? I Feel like. I should know this better but my uncle actually think works for company Is his name And he buys up or he doesn't. Even buy up but he does these these local agreements with a, lot of stations and it's a lot of Chinese. And foreign language so if it's the same programming can, get Los, Angeles San Francisco most of the big cities Chinese originated programming Chinese owned the station if you're going to have. The. Same programming right is there I asked the question because, you're, a radio Brad. I'm radio guy I don't know that it makes or is it? Just one way one more way follows. Dirty rotten Chinese they get their fingers wrapped around the pulse of America Corrupt us one more way yeah that's probably it I think that'll they're they're taking. They're. Taking a like a little bit of caution and offense, with, this because the. FCC of tight yeah when we think of Chinese media we think? Of Tokyo like we we think Tokyo. Rose right we think about Japanese Japanese media I'm sorry Tokyo rose we think of communist run media in China we think of all of the these things, that come along with, these countries so? I'm sure that's what the fear is but I don't know. If, that's the fear. That I would have, here in. This country I'm I it certainly would be a way to to to spread propaganda because I don't. Know. How many Americans are going to, be listening to the. Chinese station, but I'd be like, you? Know what I missed that song. That Kara Always, turns her nose? And I say I wanna play Like, Chinese, you're offended you know, I'm a fan, I actually yeah All. Right China, CARA does that, off for, you For us. When we have these conversations It's not, good taste I guess I don't. Know says who who's gonna, be right you. The arbiter. Of my my tastes no Politically, incorrect you so what who says so so it's politically Craig, I don't care According to whom am. I worried about I'm not worried about offending somebody I've long since stopped being Every day Yeah now notice how care is not running though to get the audio Just running right now Away All. Right the conversation semesters, later, stop encouraging. Duck some of us are trying to do our job on the, phone getting guests on other things to do besides worry about you're talking about His own they come up to my knees Okay so speaking of that in the last half hour retired about a Chinese guy in framingham to get beaten, up by a couple of drifters near wells, they punched him and choked him, and said he should go, back to China these couple of the geniuses and they told them beside that you have a. Small penis that was in the police report. So now here's another one of those stories this is a pretty, upsetting and. The video has gone viral Jennifer A salon a beauty salon owner punching a mother in the face because her child supposedly had shoplifted a key chain at the beauty supply store and, this is really burning up social media gins, see it everywhere the fellow this, woman happens to be black, so he picked up this little kid picks up and saying that that's right but you're going. To punch the woman in the face that's. How this works aches that's a little over the top keychain. Right Let's see, shows this guy this is in Tulsa Oklahoma at Johns. Beauty supply a guy owns. It is a Chinese guy we. Go again So the Chinese guy punches the. Black woman the face apparently she said that she'd been in this job before and he's been disparagingly he was not nice to her whatever. So she took the child. Walked out of the, kitchen and she brought it. Back in and that's when he punched her. In the face About that that's excessive maybe I would say sounds like there's gotta be more to that story that we don't know about though I guess there are a long running feud we need to know more about right all right so CARA as she informed us who is busy getting a, couple of people that are going to address your. Problems, with your joints in. Just a moment here on the DJ show doctor it hurts when I checked my new medical, app, well, then, don't do that..

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Lie i had fun and i did find a lot better than rampage my problem with rampage was i knew it was gonna be dumb but it was just way too dumb to me this movie yes it's predictable there's actors in these movies or this movie that are completely wasted noah taylor and pablo freiburg to be exact but i cared about dwayne johnson i know you didn't which is fine i thought he was really fleshed out i like neve campbell a lot she's not a damsel in distress like i thought she was going to be something i appreciated about it yeah the kids in the movie you're right they're not really good actors in fact i they don't really develop them at all you know very name they just said we need to biracial kids come on the villains you're right they're terrible on are terrible but there's a part where they have a hacker in the movie and he says oh i've done your job for you and i'm like oh that's where you're gonna get shot and then bam give spoilers sorry sorry but you know it's like you say all this trailing all this all this training right here is wait noah taylor on it was in the trailer but commissioned where so on the line because the movie still predictable that is true moment he starts talking you like i know what it's gonna end up for you how do you not know yeah that is completely true man i mean look around villains who stood up everybody why why why are you not on edge the whole time house thank you it was only he can only decipher it he thought he was safe because he was the only on the world and get mad at it needed undecipherable so then just did it and that was it i love the ending but i loved the end because i was saying next you couldn't some it's so funny i find it betterman rampage i liked it's not a great movie by any means but if i went to go see it again i go see a low men nate okay all right then sammy what you think i can't wait to see this on tbs on a loop like during the summer for the rest of this movie is fucking awesome and all the i wanna mir martin on this because we talked about it afterwards where we both walked out like that was fun and partner language shoes retarded really is there's no other way describe it but here's the thing about it it's everything you know it's all paint by numbers with the added element that his leg is gone which is kind of funny because it only comes into play for fun and forget like other times he's fine he's just the regular rock but then i go let's add this feature okay have the time doesn't matter time he's still bulletproof he'll be sure his arms like duct tape shit he's duct tape and his body all the time and then his leg his leg at one point and i'm like not that doesn't matter and i'm wondering where the amputate people are like the representation people right because it doesn't fucking matters just cg in but then talk about how dumb the skits they do the whole smoke and mirrors seeing the pearl which is that seeing that whole element is awesome there's like a whole other almost sifi element to this movie and then there's also like a small like omar to like chinese hong kong kung fu movies at the end and i'm watching this and i'm like for me personally this can't get any fucking better like the rock i wish i could spoil it but there's a part where the rock pulls out ancient weaponry there s big ass imagine for context trippy shane a war film like it doesn't fuck and make sense but you're just like fuck it that was awesome and as dumb as everything was going as much as it was it was predictable it was like yup this shit is still awesome in it didn't it breathe a little too long sometimes but it didn't let you catch your breath too often near the end it was just happening and i didn't stop to say i don't like this it was more so like this is dumb this is really dumb this is really dumb but.

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Guys come on up to come on both let's sam had this little here they saw the movie with us get a second opinion we gave it a rental martin let's see guys better younger semi shit he play him seemed i saw diehard last year during the christmas special oh that's right even been the year before even oh was it you think about this you're right movies incredibly sailly and it's really predictable and it's really dumb at times but i can't lie i had fun and i did find a lot better than rampage my problem with rampage was i knew it was gonna be dumb but it was way too dumb to me this movie yes it's predictable there's actors in these movies or this movie that are completely wasted noah taylor and pablo schreiber to be exact but i cared about dwayne johnson i know you didn't which is fine i thought he was really fleshed out i like neve campbell allot she's not a damsel in distress like i thought she was going to be i appreciated about it the kids in the movie you're right they're not really good actors in fact they don't really develop them at all you just know their name we need to biracial kids come on the villains you're right they're terrible now on are terrible but there's a part where they have a hacker in the movie and he says oh i've done your job for you and i'm like oh that's where you're going to get shot and then bam give spoilers oh sorry sorry but you know it's like you say all this trailing all this all this training right here is you gave away noah taylor on it was in the trailer but oh where it's so on the line because the movie so predictable that is the moment he starts talking you like i know what is gonna end up for you how do you not know yeah that is completely true man i mean look around villains who shoot up everybody why why are you not on age the whole time it was only he can only decipher he thought he was safe because he was the only in the world and get mad at it needed undecipherable so they just didn't and that was it i love the ending but i love the end because i was saying next to you and we couldn't some some is so funny i find it betterman rampage i liked it it's not a great movie by any means but if i went to go see it again i go see a low men name okay all right then sammy what do you think i can't wait to see this on tbs on a loop like during the summer for the rest of this movie is fucking awesome in all the i wanna mir martin on this because we talked about it afterwards where we both walked out like that was fun and partner language should retarded and it really is there's no other way describe it but here's the thing about it it's everything you know it's paint by numbers with the added element that his leg has gone which is kind of funny because it only comes into play for fun and forget other times he's fine he's just the regular rock but then they go let's add this feature okay have doesn't matter time he's still bulletproof he'll his arms duct tape shit he's duct tape and his body all the time and then his leg at one point and i'm like that doesn't matter and i'm wondering where the amputate people are like the representation people right because it doesn't fucking matters seed in but then yes talk about how dumb the skits they do the whole smoke and mirrors seeing the pearl which is that seeing that whole element is awesome there's a whole other almost sifi element to this movie and then this also like a small like oman to like chinese hong kong flu movies at the end and i'm watching this and i'm like for me personally this can't get any fucking better like the rock i wish i could spoil it but there's a part where the rock pulls out ancient weaponry imagine for context mentioned someone pulling you shane warfilm like it doesn't fuck and makes sense but you're just like fuck it that was awesome and as dumb as everything was going as much as it was it was predictable it was like yup this shit is still awesome and it didn't it.

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg juliet thanks i must let's continue our conversation with brian cullens portfolio manager at fidelity international hong kong studio brian we had a lot from the other brian there and also emmer about potential swings coming through in the chinese hong kong market's what do you see as the k risk as we await all of these economic data coming through out of china and as we way up these potential new tariffs from the us generally we do we want to make sure that we've got markets in some concept concept of certainty and as we know it's a it's an tried and tested adage that markets don't like uncertainty but when we look to some of the policy initiatives that are coming from china and some of the consistency we're seeing with their application of monetary policy and fiscal regulatory tightening as well as the merger of the banking and insurance rigors all those positive measures you know we we can have some comfort that the authorities are demonstrating their willingness and ability to effect change and reforms within the economy so i think at the end of the day that's what we need to focus on for the medium and longer term outlook to control some of those risks into and to help support the economy but the timing here is curious because obviously with the deleveraging campaign still a priority if the trade war i'm calling it a war i mean if there's tension escalates to the extent to which some meaning shaving of gdp happens in china i mean they're going to be less likely to be aggressive in that de leveraging campaign aren't they yes.

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"People who were senior citizens and can consider them or if you just need to buy a house and you wanna get prequalified triple eight triple eight eleven seventy two connects you to sierra pacific i've known andrew for 20plus year that non todd for a long time i know their entire team at aaa triple eight eleven seventy two and they are the best in the business yesterday marquette a bad day dow was down one hundred nine points nasdaq was off eighty five the sp was down almost ten in the stock futures this morning not looking good everything is redness and pete down almost three points the nasdaq down twenty seven the dow down thirty why is that i suspect that has to do with tensions in north korea the chinese hong kong index was down two percent today that japan index down almost two percent so my suspicions are people are a little bit worried about what is going on at the border of north korean south korea right now even though the carriers have left to the western pacific i am reliably informed the reagan back in port in japan the other to disperse a parche other wearing clean backed up important san diego but tensions are still high and people are still worried and markets are jittery plus prague's it look like to be going off the rails in with a theresa may as government so could be another rocket in the market triple eight triple eight eleven seventy two but take advantage of these historic low interest rates while you can and we need to push tax reform across the goalline uh we are full speed ahead into the christmas season at the season of giving many of your thinking about gifts mick and plans to celebrate well congress is working hard right now too hopefully they're done by christmas and the tax bill is on the president's desk by christmas but to.

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"Jack ma which the sword a great story could sketch at mildly boban does affect the thursday's financial unit has bought mass mutual for us of one point seven billion dollars yes thanks to gary v submitting quite a few stories this week got so nothing tech inside unused dot com where we talk about these things and also submit civil of the stories so yes jack mall bat yunfeng financial which essentially caters to wealthy individuals and has been broadening its reach recently that made a robot visor and they manage the wealth of sort of chinese hong kong investors and it agreed to buy an asian unit of massachusetts mutual life which are the knife you you know some which adds offerings like death benefits annuities i think there's a couple of things that interest me here warn like chinese company buying us infrastructure us financial services entrusting but secondly also this son i think the something about these new context that are emerging because on one hand jack mall owns alibaba ali pay there's a whole so transactional everyday banking side on the other hand these put a lot of money into a into a different firm that handles the wealth benefits and i'm a guess on interest is to what you guys think in terms of how these new areas of focus emerge whether those those worn financial platform whether there is emerging financial platforms likes social media you know there's not one social media platform.

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"chinese hong kong" Discussed on FT Big Read

FT Big Read

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chinese hong kong" Discussed on FT Big Read

"Such capital flows can dry up rapidly however for example chinese hong kong and taiwanese purchases spent twenty seven billion dollars on us homes in the year to march 2016 according to the national association of realtors but numbers of mainland chinese buyers are now shrinking agents say as outbound capital faces tougher scrutiny from beijing russian by as he buoyed luxury marque heads off to the financial crisis of being hurt by falling oil prices and sanctions imposed after its invasion of ukraine an annexation of crimea the ruble dropped forty three percent against the dollar in 2014 a full from which has not substantially recovered mr miller says the russians invaded ukraine and 2014 and that was the peak of new developments here in new york city mr pizzas adds that russian purchases of new colmes had then dried up almost zero the result was an overhang of nearly built homes justice dimond retreated and the sprouting of cranes on new york skyline that brought time to potential buyers that new bargaining power with developers mr miller estimates that manhattan has more than twelve thousand three hundred unsold condominiums either built on the construction or planned against sales of about one thousand four hundred year the numbers in london a similar according to the data firm murli or london since 2014 construction starts in london have exceeded sales by some thirteen thousand five hundred units developers seek to sell as many units as they can off plan to help pay for construction such sales often a condition of construction lanes but more unsold units a set to be finished this year in london than at any point over the past decade according to the estate agency samples.

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