18 Burst results for "David Hunter"

"david hunter" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:07 min | 7 months ago

"david hunter" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Now you get to hear moment of clarity quote. Dr david hunter. Yeah wherever books are sold barnes and noble that kind of thing and i got three awesome in in the next hour excellent. So just i'm staying busy love it. Love it and so if you have more questions about cholesterol how it works. Low carb low fat subtitle cholesterol clarity. What the hdl is wrong with my numbers that was scarce book with victory belt publishing and it was a guy at my church. I was telling him. I was writing this book about cholesterol. They see what eight steals wrong. Numbers tat isn't perfect. What was funny exactly. My publisher was like us to flip in. Should be a serious book. I was a brand new author with them and had written a book yet. And i'm like you don't know my writing style yet. I'm gary i try to be fun. Funny engaging entertaining what the wrong numbers make sense. I'm like read the manuscript. They read it went. Yup that's our subtitles. so it was. Yeah fits your person f exactly and we actually have a jack. Dr jack wolfson. Helio cardiologists love chapter in his books..

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"david hunter" Discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

06:16 min | 9 months ago

"david hunter" Discussed on Inside Europe

"Accords can't be trusted and that again armed. Struggle is their best option to effectively. We're going back in time. You know stops the hard border. It gives some republicans contemporary justification. For you know it's not just ideological saying this is an abstract anymore. Look with dole's pope's along not border. This is differentiating. What they see as does part of ireland from the rest of under boom as ominous as that is donnelly underscores. It's a minority position on the republican side. And of course a hypothetical for the moment but there's another minority in play here remember. The majority of citizens in northern ireland did not want brexit preferring to keep their status in the eu. So there are signs. Even some former staunch unionists are reconsidering their traditional opposition to a united ireland. At this point the only conceivable option for remaining in the u. and there are those hoping to capitalize on that possible change in attitude among the most prominent the new lord mayor of belfast. john finucane. who's warning everyone involved to watch their words. There's responsibility on all of those. Who are part of this discussion to be mindful of their rhetoric. Ns because i think some political discourse around brexit in particular ryan. The problems that are fears as a result of brexit hasn't been helpful on new day. Brexit doesn't automatically mean that unification will happen. But what i do think is that means that the conversation hoste happen because the conversation has already started not just from people within the north but people all over the island of ireland uncertainty within europe as well because they they look at that possible solution to a problem for those who carry european identity but realize that those rights will be given open the event of day. Brexit finucane's a member of xinfang which has been advocating a border pool hoping for reunification for years already but the prospect of violence is something finucane doesn't take lightly and not just because of his current role is lord mayor. He was just nine years old when pro. British gunman killed his father. Prominent human rights lawyer in front of the family also wounding. His mother finucane hopes. A methodical approach can preserve the fragile peace in northern ireland. What we need to do is we need to prepare. We need to research on be able to be in a position to answer people's questions this isn't going to be about. We have an a flag in front of people visas or panting ally on the side of the ball on asking people to vote for something. When they the wall of the circumstances on brexit i think is a referendum that was disastrous in a sense. That people probably didn't understand exactly what they were voting for or certainly hideout with transpired over three years and i think that's primarily the reason why we're in the mass that we're in so i think all of the all of the questions that people have arrived. Pensions education health system. What their rates would be. What the ship of what division of would look like. I think that those need to be answered on the other side of the fence so to speak. There's still a lot of concern about that prospect over in the protestant neighborhood of shankill road. I meet billy. Hutchinson a belfast city council member from the progressive unionist party people are entitled to vote for for a united under remain part of britain. There's going to be a very large majority who are against whatever. The komo's violence majority of learn is very very dangerous. And i say that in a sense that you think could happen. Hutchinson knows a thing or two about getting caught up in a violent mindset. He served sixteen years in prison for the murder of two catholics. During the troubles. I took a decision at the time. The you don't say this as an exclusive to as a reason. When i watch people been pissed being blown up and children's limbs being put into the plastic bag by paramedics. I felt that the british were up to appear. Hutchinson was among the protestants who voted against brexit. That doesn't mean he'd vote for a united ireland but whereas he wants picked up weapons to prevent it. Hutchinson does now disavow violence as a mean to achieve a political goal. He's just worried about those. Who haven't what i'm concerned about is The people try to use result from brexit or result from the border patrol as an excuse to start another war but things have changed since those bloody days of terror and that could point to a change in the appetite for unification for the youth of northern ireland troubles. These days most likely means difficulty finding job. Add to that changing demographics. Protestants are losing their majority ireland at the same time however the elitist surveys show that most northern ireland residents want to remain in the uk for now but no deal will hit northern ireland hard economically. And that says queens university professor colin harvey is perhaps the biggest reason to start the debate about unification now in earnest. The british government has behaved recklessly and irresponsibly in relation to this region for some time many of us have spent their entire lives and the sense trying to hold things together here but the debate is happening. And i think. I'm just a boring person in the room. The academic thing rather than just pretended as preparedness plan. Let's of the academic studies that's of the forums to. Let's make sure people know what they're voting for. If we ever do these things so harvey is even daringly suggesting publicly that the border pull scheduled for the twenty second of may twenty twenty three. That's twenty five years after the good friday agreement. Creating the conditions for such a vote was approved. Teri schultz d-w belfast keith. Walker in bomb were starting with northern ireland. This half hour on. David hunter is news. Editor at radio in belfast. Just how fragile is the peace in northern ireland at the moment day was. It's always kind of in the forefront of people's minds. um to be honest keith. then i think pieces fragile It's also very cherished but it needs protecting An suppose.

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"david hunter" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

07:04 min | 9 months ago

"david hunter" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"States forces scrammed out of i think it was saigon. There was a helicopter that was up on a helicopter landing pad that was built up on a hill and there's these famous pictures of refugees by the hundred scrambling hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people scrambling after a helicopter can probably carry ten people. And you see this helicopter trying to get off the ground while people are reaching up trying to get off this helicopter and people ask. President biden is that what's going to happen here saigon all over again. Here's what the president. Some vietnamese veterans see echoes of their experience in this withdraw afghanistan. Do you see any parallels between this withdrawal and what happened in vietnam with some people feeling went on watching over zero which you had as yet entire brigades breaking through the gates. Six amount mistake. The taliban is not the south and the north vietnamese army. not they're not remotely comparable in terms of capability. There's gonna be no circumstance where you see. People being lifted off the roof of a embassy of the united states from afghanistan. What's yeah they'll be a tarmac off one month ago and he couldn't see this coming they literally are saying. We didn't think they'd come in this quickly after we lucked literally said. We didn't think they'd do that two years before they're ever strong enough to do that. David this is why. I always even for the president of the united states. I think it's very difficult to be the president of the united states and not stand for anything but don't stand for anything. I've never seen a president in six months of his first term cement. The fact that he's never going to have another term ever again. This guy is so done even if it wasn't the fact that he's a hundred years old. I've never seen a president so certain to never have another chance could be president again in the first six months of his office but areas. So what happens next. Yeah it's it's funny. 'cause reports or even say that in admin is limiting the number of evacuation flights four afghan allies people who actually helped. Us workers to prioritize americans. I mean people died at this airport holding onto the airplane. I think four or six people got killed trying to hold onto a jet twenty gigantic like transport air force jets going down taxing down the runway and people were killed because they're so desperate to get away it's awful. They're sending for sending more troops funding a thousand more to suffer total to six thousand and so far. The president's his claim is it's all trump's full. Are we all not all sick of this every time. A president blames the president's before them. Then don't take on the job. Don't again i gotta say these guys don't take the job if you can't handle it but don't go blaming other people you wanted this job you campaign for it. You spent one hundred two hundred million dollars to get it. Don't blame other people for it's yours. Now what else well. Haiti was rocked by an earthquake. And floridians watch out for fred. Yup tropical storm fred's cut There is a talker. Who's now says saying Women should be in the shower. I'll tell you why she saying what. Yeah women shouldn't be in the shower and doesn't bother you. Still they get serious about what you can't do show on this story. They were well. You don't pay in the shower. I mean the oh. Wow what doesn't happen in their poop doesn't happen. I don't poop in the shower. Why is it though that specifically women camping in the shower women can't be our Do you feel about that sir. i. That's what i think the whole time. I don't think granted shower him. Don't do it. i don't wanna do it. I've never wanted to get on board with this. Tell me what you're feeling is on that. Why why are you anti in the shower. Girls can't straight into the drain like boy cam. So i just imagined gets everywhere. It's gotta be unsanitary even those washington with water. It's just i don't like it. They don't like the idea of it. How do you feel how do you feel about Jellyfish stings on them jellyfish. So you in that. But you're worried that the anti sanitary p is going to get on the shower pan but peon me. That's okay well. That's that's what's the disconnect there. Well they're not even related. You're both p well. Why do you want situation. I thought if you get somebody jellyfish the is supposed to act as some kind of i don't know i don't know sterile. There'll be doesn't get rid of the sting or fight the surgeons in in the middle of surgery like when they're doing like a quadruple-bypass they'll say pass me my weiner and now gonna urinate on the patient. Because as we all know urine is sterile and has healing properties. What if you're an emergency situation. Do you have nothing else in your with somebody. I thought could relieve the pain for a little bit until other help. You get on the way. But if you're in the shower just think that's gross. There's going to be splatter and there are no splatter anyway and your shower near shower splash splatter all over the place. There's going to be just a piece bladder because things flutter in there. Don't want peace fluttering there. I get pissed when chip does it. Even though he can aim for the drain eighty eight that he gets a cold every three shower like being our all right. Never have your anti whereas you on your pro but you have a story from a doctor says women should not do it. It's hard being a woman. That's don't you know that song. No i'll get it for you. Go ahead what else do we have. And then you know. Men are out near during a cold. Air we go also stupider stupider. Yep putty figure well. It doesn't go by where guidance. Stick something where he's not supposed to stick somethin- go to the doctor to get. It removed a kidney bean guy so why so many kidney beans. I love kidney being guy. Idiot kidney beans up your waiter sport. I having david hunter gonna stick asphalt up your weiner today when.

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"david hunter" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

03:23 min | 11 months ago

"david hunter" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

"All right you guys stay thanks anyway. They're like no problem. She goes back out their own alone and she starts calling the names and then like nowhere they do. Come out to go Okay so what's the what's our line this. Is you guys have to tell them. This is the final roads. Yeah guys gentleman this the final rose and then they're like quick back and eat now she yeah you guys go ahead go ahead. They're the most worthless hosts. They're terrible they are. I mean i almost. I almost missed chris harrison. I'm like okay. I thought he was a racist. No good doing nothing for the show. But now i'm like hold on. I guess a we did need them for something right. Damage that the ego cisco white man apart. He actually was doing something doing something right. Oh my goodness so katie. Finally comes outta there with the to useless women and she starts the whole jesus she starts the whole given out these roses and you know everybody is like now if you keep call we just not. We're just not going to be able to do this with a main especially trae. He's like god she keeps call again do it. But luckily she frigging gets rid of them. Who david hunter. Caller michael basically. She keeps everyone she gets rid of this one white guy named john who was kind of i. I barely remembered him. She gets rid of named kyle. They don't even show the guys leaving the problem cayo they. I don't even remember who kyle was. I didn't remember them saying goodbye to him. I had to read it on some recap thing. Because i was like this looted. She in somebody named gary a definitely. Don't know who the hell. I think he's a guy who brought the calls junior for and she's like the bringing ghetto food here. This is not what the season is about is about reclaiming the bachelor of rightful glory. He's like no. I was trying to tell you about karl. And she's like exactly carl's junior at a note. No-can-do can do no go right so okay so now it's time for we get to find out who's going to be on the group date and it's so funny. Oh wait one thing. I have to say was. I thought it was very interesting. Carl did you see the part. Where carl when he gets kicked off and he walks close to her turns his back to her and then just stands there for a minute and then walks out. It was real rude. Oh that's something that he does in his motivational coaching. It's all about being the alpha so he walked up to your opponent. You turn your back on them and then you fart. Why.

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"david hunter" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"david hunter" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"In the first hour. We're going to get away from the budget for a while. We're going to hit off to Afghanistan for some firsthand accounts of the hopes and fears of the country. Now that the countdown's on to the U. S leaving in September, as you know, strangers in a strange and trips of pretty much lift. But here in the struggle with invested a lot of blood and treasure in Afghanistan in the U. S farm or How much has changed in the 20 years off the Wisdom, occupation and war. What's Behind the rise in violent attacks in different parts of the country. And what types are there for the stalled peace talks between the Afghan government. The Taliban are look at Afghanistan from two insiders. Bill I'll show Ari will join us. No social hazard. Akbar. They're both in Kabul. And will speak to us live. So not if you've got questions to you might ask them 1 300. 800 Triple two back to the budget of the second air for a bitch will delve into the washout from last night's federal budget with the ABC is business editor in there, ended and get his take. On what the big spending batch just means for the economy. And if you suffer from some base out osteoarthritis will And B. You're not alone in knowing that this painful condition can be very developed, adding indeed They haven't happened till now been many treatments for Dr David Hunter will join US tonight, one of the world's top authorities on the disorder osteoarthritis. And he'll tell us about the latest research. Have a listen to that you might know someone who would benefit from it. We'll play the mighty challenge and our issue of the day. Well, we'll just take one aspect of the budget. And that is the federal government. Big spend on aged care. Do you think it's going to be enough to address the problems uncovered by the recent royal Commission isn't enough. Some are saying, Well, look, it's It's welcome, of course, 12 combat It's not enough. Or maybe you think the government on the right track here anyway, We'll talk about that in the last hour off the program, so I hope you can join us for some or all of those discussions. 1 308 100. Triple two ticks before 679 double to seven. Oh, two. Nightlife with Philip.

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"david hunter" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"david hunter" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Um, I'm not sure. But there is a word that's similar to Meno, but like different Um, but I think this word, it's it's called until And I'd have to say that in English, at least flirtatious is, um, unisex. I think flirtatious can be. It's not something that is Slanted one way or the other, I think, And it's not necessarily a word that is Manel always. Critical Can someone be cannot be said admiringly of someone just how wonderfully flirtatious she maybe. Or he's or is it the way you used it in that context, saying, quite judgmental. Yeah, most of the time. It is judgmental. And negative but and that's why I like we don't usually say it in front of someone's face like with, say it like with our friends when talking about someone else. Um, unless we're joking. Have you been back camp to see your parents? Given that you are near so close, of course, traveled the severely restricted as they've been opportunity for you to travel in. In the last few months. Not at all. I guess not at all in the last few months. The last time I saw them was like, almost two years ago. Have you been keeping in touch? Yes, and through what means through To James. And what's up for face time? Have you told you Mom and Dad your own right here tonight. No, I haven't allowed. I'll tell them after this. Like you listen to the catch up Service, Mr Mrs. Sally Natasha. Thank you so much for joining us. It's been wonderful to get to know you a little more, and I look forward to bumping into hear it on the level Two of something. Yeah, the touch of Starling. She is a journalist here at NBC's Asia Pacific newsroom. The time is 29 minutes to 10 o'clock in Victoria. That's 29 to 8 in western Australia. And from Seth Samantha. We go right across the nation of Australia on the nightlife with Philip Clarke, who comes in after the news. Skin eating food. Hello, David. What would you say that the word flirtatious is A that is both the males and females. It's not one of the other is it? Uh, foot didn't know my own completely tasteless, but not totally. You know, I think I know. I think it's just right. It's applicable to about six. It's just just talking to Natasha there a moment ago, talking about how some words in English seemed to almost be, um ascribed to one gender or another and things like Bubbly. You don't get bubbly miles and I know you don't care about me. I mean, I've real problem with these words that have got such gentle lighting. I think we're not know to investigate it with Penny Madre. Yes, No. Well, that's true. You don't You do not get public but your bubbly What's happening tonight? I am one bubble. I'm waiting to be burst. That's what's going on. Bubble is easily burst. I continued. We get away from the budget? Well, not entirely but you know our first hour we're going to hit off to Afghanistan now with the country While the U. S is pulling out completely in September, we've already gone Uh, what has happened there and what the country looking like and what the future we're going to teach to speak to people in Afghanistan tonight. Uh, Bill also Ari, who's journalist based in Kabul. And she has an Akbar will also join us as well. So It's a country which we ought to be interested in. We spent money and blood in Afghanistan. What's happened as a result, so whatever that back to the budget with the embassy's business editor in variant of his take on it, too, then over to Dr David Hunter. He's going to talk about some base, Osteo arthritis. It's a very painful joint disorder, and lots of people have it and up until now, that has me much you can do about that either. So That is about change. We understand, So we'll do that We'll play the mighty challenge will cut some look. It's a nice categories tonight and And then into our issue of the day, we got to feel like one issue out of the budget that that's one of the big ones aged care which are knows a lot of internal is off a lot of interest to our audience. So what do you think this money is going to do any good And where do you think it's all going? As a result? In fact, I think it's a lot of interest. It's a major interest to all of us. We all have loved ones in a ticket or we are in Educate ourselves or heading that way. It Z really Right? There is something in me that rejects the idea that this is sick, helping out one sector over another zoo. Not it's not. It is. It is a community issue. We had a call last night from the daughter off a woman who has wronged regularly over the years. But he's down. You know, in a night care facility and Is not allowed to use the phone later. Not so she can bring. Something about that Just doesn't sit with me. I must say, you know, no. Doesn't stage in your life. I'm sorry. If you want to use the phone, you know, midnight, you should be a left. One is an adult one should be able to do it exactly anyway. So we'll we'll get your views on that fantastic terrors will have a great show, Phil. Thanks, David. It's coming up after the news about 25 minutes time, Andre flirtatious, says one text. I think it is gendered. Well, that's something we'll have to investigate. Of course, this is always going to be a subjective issue that I would go to make a list and I'm going to share it with Penny model when she comes in. In a week or so, as part of their words segment and discuss all these words that do seem to have the kind of like a brief a prefigured attachment to gender. I think that that is going to be in a lively topic. But we do have Corona cars coming up. We also have the latest forecast coming up to in both W, A and Victoria. The time, as I said, is 25 minutes to the top of the clock. I'm continuing.

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"david hunter" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"david hunter" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Area of money. David Fisher is back with us from landmark capital and kicking off a new year. That is, that is just a And even to some degree is odd as this sounds when you have Twitter, who was one of the five major drivers on NASDAQ for the year, suddenly saying, announcing that they're getting rid of some of their largest audiences on their platform. I'm not surprised to see their stock take a bit of a hit today. When you just X out. I mean, You know I was I was suspended from Twitter last Thursday. My my little account only had 150,000 followers on it, but we drove nearly 200 million impressions in the final two months for them of the year. And if if that's just my little account, Imagine what you know the president's or any of the other number of prominent personalities that they took off. That's not good for the for the shareholders, a Twitter And you know, all of Big Tech is probably gonna take a little bit of a bath today for what they're doing. So this is gonna be interesting, And by the way, I wrote about this in my syndicated column yesterday, and I said You gotta buy golden silver, I said, because it's the only thing that beat the NASDAQ last year. I think you're right. Twitter's down with 8% today, and I just think it's the start of, you know much more regulation that they're gonna force. And you know, the tech rally might be over that we saw like we saw last year. Well in some of this, they're doing to themselves. But anyway, let's get to these crazy markets up is down. Down is up. Is the market overvalued? What are we looking at here? This potential Kevin for you know, Stocks figure the upside, but one should be paired, You know, for an adjustment evaluations being lower calling, you know, tops of bubbles is difficult, especially when you're dealing with markets are tied to the dollar, which is a bubble itself. I mean, do it exactly what was being said by Goldman Sachs and Citigroup, where the dollar's gonna go down 20% this year. So, but I'm I'm confident that the global system in itself is the biggest bubble. Investors are holding $18 trillion of negative yield. Debt in trillions are being printed all around the world. And you know that's gonna Cause some problems. Rates are probably going to change. Stock prices are gonna just lower sharply. Ah, year ago, Micro strategist David Hunter predicted a massive melt up and finance financial assets. He was right now he's saying Get ready for a pullback of 65 80%. I mean, we're talking huge pull back, and he's one of the conservatives. There's a guy out there that is calling for 100%, the chief economist for City Tobias Leak off is saying Ah, 100% probability of downward markets and the next 12 months. I mean, Jake J. P. Morgan is warning that the market is crowded in trades in Egypt. Fork City is warning your fork on March assuming on December 2nd record Wall Street you're for it triggers First Bank of America in the cell signal on December 15th. Let's go to Sir John Templeton, he says. Bull markets airborne on pessimism. Growth on skepticism, mature on optimism but die on euphoria and we're clearly in your for the other, saying that, he says the most expensive words in the English language is this time. It's different. It is not different G Be very careful having all your eggs in the stock market right here. Yeah, no, I I couldn't agree with you more. And I think you don't have to be a genius to figure that out. You gave your top 10 predictions last week. Have you revised any of them now that we know that the Biden administration is going to be taken over? Well, I wish I didn't have to revise them because the numbers are astronomically higher. I said the feds been a pump $1.2 trillion in the system. Well, they pumped 3.2 trillion last year when you add up the carriage, Zach the 980 billion stimulus. The The other stimulus that soon is going to happen in the 3.2 trillion at the Fed's gonna print works 6.5 trillion 6.45, so the number is drastically higher. I don't know if I like that prediction. It's not my prediction. It's from a financial strategist. That's been dead on spot on. I've been following him for three years, and he's remarkable be insanely accurate. I hope he's wrong. This time it's $6.5 trillion pumping of money in the system. I also said that inflation is going to probably rise above 2%, the largest the second largest hedge fund manager, was on CNBC this morning, Jeffrey Gundlach and he said inflation is going to rise above the 3%. In 2021. I also said that the government's going to spend $6 trillion and have a massive budget deficit. I just did the numbers. 5.5 Trillion is the budget two trillion in immediate stimulus. Joe Biden just announced it. They want to pay off student loans. That's one trillion minimum or upto 1.7. I'm he's a smaller numbers. When we get to the toll Medicare for all that's 1.1 trillion, the $2 trillion Green deal. Some most people say it's four trillion Something is over 10 and President Trump said. It's 100 the previous two trillion super infrastructure bill that Obama couldn't get past because there was a opposition in the Senate and the House. Same thing with President Trump going to get past. Now it's going to get past that to try and will add that up Conservative numbers 13.6 Trillion is the spending for richer, insane and I'm not even adding on a few other things that they're going to throw in the mixture like the $15 Trillion for repainting. Re patients for slavery that after proposing it's just insane, massive, massive spending coming, Yeah, and that's going to do nothing but weaken the dollar and as they pump all those Treasury notes into the system friends you're gonna have to There's There was a time just a few months ago that you may have looked at your portfolio and said, Hey, look, everything's going so well. Why do I need precious metals? Why do I need some sort of protection? Well, this just shows you a little pain..

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"david hunter" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"david hunter" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Always glad to be able to help you and on Mondays we try to do that when it comes to the area of money. David Fisher is back with us from landmark capital and kicking off a new year. That is, that is just a And even to some degree is odd as this sounds when you have Twitter, who was one of the five major drivers on NASDAQ for the year, suddenly saying, announcing that they're getting rid of some of their largest audiences on their platform. I'm not surprised to see their stock take a bit of a hit today. When you just X out. I mean, You know I was I was suspended from Twitter last Thursday. My little account only had 150,000 followers on it, but we drove nearly 200 million impressions in the final two months for them of the year. And if if that's just my little account, Imagine what you know the president's or any of the other number of prominent personalities that they took off. That's not good for the for the shareholders, a Twitter And you know, all of Big Tech is probably gonna take a little bit of a bath today for what they're doing. So this is gonna be interesting, And by the way, I wrote about this in my syndicated column yesterday, and I said You gotta buy golden silver, I said, because it's the only thing that beat the NASDAQ last year. I think you're right. Twitter's down with 8% today, and I just think it's the start of, you know much more regulation that they're gonna force. And you know, the tech rally might be over that we saw like we saw last year. Well in some of this, they're doing to themselves. But anyway, let's get to these crazy markets up is down. Down is up. Is the market overvalued? What are we looking at here? This potential, Kevin for you know, Stocks figure the upside, but one should be paired, You know, for an adjustment evaluations being lower calling, you know, tops of bubbles is difficult, especially when you're dealing with markets are tied to The dollar, which is a bubble itself. I mean, do it exactly what was being said by Goldman Sachs and Citigroup, where the dollar's going toe down 20% this year so, but I'm I'm confident that the global system in itself is the biggest bubble. Investors are holding $18 trillion of negative yield debt. In trillions are being printed all around the world. And you know that's gonna cause some problems. Rates are probably going to change stock prices. They're gonna just lower sharply. A year ago, Micro strategist David Hunter predicted a massive melt up and finance financial assets. He was right now he's saying Get ready for a pullback of 65 80%. I mean, we're talking huge pull back, and he's one of the conservatives. There's a guy out there that is calling for 100%, the chief economist for City Tobias Leak off is saying Ah, 100% probability of downward markets and the next 12 months. I mean, Jake J. P. Morgan is warning that the market is crowded in trades in Egypt. Fork City is warning your fork on March assuming on December 2nd record Wall Street you're for it triggers First Bank of America in the cell signal on December 15th. Let's go to Sir John Templeton, he says. Bull markets airborne on pessimism. Growth on skepticism, mature on optimism but die on euphoria and we're clearly in your for the other, saying that, he says the most expensive words in the English language is this time. It's different. It is not different G Be very careful having all your eggs. In the stock market right here. Yeah. No, I I couldn't agree with you more. And I think you don't have to be a genius to figure that out. You gave your top 10 predictions last week. Um, have you revised any of them now that we know that the Biden administration is gonna be taken over I wish I didn't have to revise them because the numbers are astronomically higher. I said the feds been a pump $1.2 trillion in the system Well, They pumped 3.2 trillion last year. When you add up the care, Zach the 980 billion stimulus. The other stimulus that soon is going to happen in the 3.2 trillion that the feds gonna print where it's 6.5 trillion 6.45, so the number is drastically higher. I don't know if I like that prediction. It's not my prediction. It's from a financial strategist that's been dead on Lot on. I've been following him for three years, and he's remarkably insanely accurate. I I hope he's wrong this time at $6.5 trillion pumping of money in the system. I also said That inflation is going to probably rise above. 2%, the largest the second largest hedge fund manager, was on CNBC this morning, Jeffrey Gundlach and he said inflation is going to rise above the 3% in 2021. I also said that the government's going to spend $6 trillion and have a massive budget deficit. I just did the numbers. 5.5 Trillion is the budget two trillion, an immediate stimulus. Joe Biden just announced it. They want to pay out student loans. That's one trillion minimum or upto 1.7. I'm he's a smaller numbers. When we get to the toll Medicare for all that's 1.1 trillion, the $2 trillion Green deal. Some most people say it's four trillion Something's over 10 and President Trump said It's 100 the previous two trillion super infrastructure bill that Obama couldn't get past because there was a opposition in the Senate. In the house. Same thing with President Trump going to get past Now it's going to get past that to try and we'll add that up Conservative numbers 13.6 Trillion is the spending for richer, insane and I'm not even adding on a few other things that they're going to throw in the mixture like the $15 Trillion for repainting. Re patients for slavery that they're proposing. It's just insane, Massive, massive spending coming. Yeah, and that's going to do nothing but weaken the dollar. And as they pump all those Treasury notes into the system friends you're gonna have to that there. There was a time just a few months ago that you may have looked at your portfolio and said, Hey, look, everything's going so well. Why do I need precious metals? Why do I need some sort of protection? Well, This just shows you little pandemic and a little election and a lot of uncertainty and.

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"david hunter" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"david hunter" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Someone boiling tea nap. That's okay. I did that now that my husband asked me if i wanted some tea and i said yes but i thought it was already heated. But now we've got a nice. Oh did i tell you my l. Now we're in the middle of a segment. I'll tell you one story afterwards. Okay don't let me forget cats. No i want to hear it now okay. It's very short. I put in order to get a teapot because we just moved and we never had a teapot in house. And i was like i wanna teapot. And they act. It was a twenty. The teapot costs. I think twenty four dollars and seventy seven cents. They charged me twenty. Four thousand seven hundred dollars and i said alison so you could have put it on your site. I would love to know that. I'm not kidding. I got a notification and found. That was like your shopper has finished shopping. Your bill is like twenty five thousand dollars. That was like oh no. I didn't know whether a crime was in progress or there was a simple mistake with a decimal. It turned out to be the ladder but it was an absolute freak out for me. And then i loved it when it was all metal. I love that. I have a receipt that i paid. Twenty five thousand dollars for it to the shopper. Not realize this this had happened. I don't know that i can't piece together. He seemed like a very nice man because he also called me on the phone and said it's all been straightened out. I guess i think at checkout they write twenty five thousand dollars teapot. That's pretty exciting. Yeah i don't know it was a it was five minutes of thrill. Take what you can this year. Is that hard to come by okay. So and that reminds me. I have to ask you about packages before. Let's do oh my god. David hunter felt the pressure to christmas. Defy his background and now he is upstaging all of us. You're like in down a christmas episode of abbey yet gorgeous. Thank you. it's it's a holiday house. Not everyone has one of those. It's been in the family for ages. I thought i'd whisk us over there and hope you're enjoying the journey. Not allowed upstairs by the way i was going to ask which staircase you've got to curve staircases that they take you to the same place and i was gonna ask which when you use but have you ever been there. Never what goes on. I have no idea as a kid. I would get zapped like electrocuted and it was always a different step. Sometimes i'd skip over step. Three buzzed of five could never tell Do you think crime is happening. I have no idea no one would ever tell me. It's written some book that's kept in a safe but no one in my family has a kira code or anything like that. So i don't know just doing jurassic park up there. I assume so. There's probably some.

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"david hunter" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"david hunter" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Back Thanks very much for joining us this evening 1 873 80 to 89 is the phone number At this point. We asked each of our guests to share a little bit about themselves and we're going Begin with David Massey Ultra who joins us on Zoom tonight. Go ahead, David Bruce. Thanks for having me always a pleasure as you were kind enough to mention earlier. I'm the author of several books, the most recent of which is I Am Somebody Why Jesse Jackson matters. I'm also a columnist with Salon. And as I said, Happy to be with you tonight. Very good. And also in studio with May we have Anthony Anderson. Anthony? Yes. Thank you for having me today, Bruce. I am a Marine Corps veteran Desert Storm Desert shield. I've been was employed with the state of Illinois for 27 years. Plus and I've been Republican for the last 30 plus years, all right, and let's go to Rodney listening to us in Norman, Oklahoma. He's gotta question or comment. Go ahead, Rodney. Come. Hello. Thank you. Bruised. My comment would be a good good. I am an independent. I'll vote either way, but Trump's problem right now, especially with his accusations against by Is just four of the same. We've heard this over and over and over and as Faras, the Russia Oaks is concerned. We know Russia attack that we know they're doing the E in Russia, and Trump has not failed to suck up to Russia at every turn. He's incompetent. And a lot of these things. Where do you think you're running? Where do you think? Where do you think he sucked up to Russia in your opinion? Okay, help thinking. No. One Just for two and leaving the Kurds in the lurch and turning the Middle East over to Russia not standing up or our troops when Russia put a bounty on them every time. That Russia is talked about. He goes Crazy. I mean, they're so when your guest talks to that Russia hoax and all of the things that they broke group into the That makes people just don't believe it. Let's let's let's let Anthony respond to what you said, and the will give David an opportunity to take a crack at it as well. Well, here's a thing here. We did witness a hoax. It costs about $54 million. The president was pretty much in peaks for it honestly and ah, The thing that just happened about a week or so or two at the most would 100 by and we just found out about this he had by FBI knew about it for last two weeks, so no one has been able to make come up with a conclusion as to whether the accusations are valid or not, But the fact that marry is the F B. I have seen some validity, and they would like to interview the individual. Came forward this information so it's not just you know, he said. She said, Now the FBI is getting involved with this whole this whole case, so we'll see where the pieces lately. Go ahead, David. Yeah, there's David. There is one reason why, With all due respect to you, I mean the Trump administration in his people. There is one reason why we're talking about Hunter Biden. And that's because the Trump administration doesn't want to talk about Cove it It's the worst mismanagement in the history of our country. We'll not talk about unemployment. They have no health care plan. None whatsoever. They have no climate change agenda. They have nothing to offer the American people. Well, let's talk about David Hunter bite less less. David talking about their failures. And David left like about cohabitation brought it up. I'm sorry. Okay, well, since you want to talk about covert, there's have been about 210,000 American deaths. So far this year looking right in the camera. I'm sorry 210,000 American desk this year, 84% of those deaths have been in states ran by Democratic governors. 14% of the rest of it has been in Republican states. So if you want to talk about who's dropped the ball in terms of court with 19, it's been the Democrat governors of this country. No one No one else The president said early on to these governors. Hey, listen, I am here for you. Whatever resource you need, I will be there for you. Is the governors of these states, California, Illinois, New York, New Jersey Washington State. These states have shut down and are still shut down, and the cases in this country have been more rampant in those states than anywhere else in this country. And don't forget again. 84% of the deaths have been in blue states ran by Democrat governors. David Massey Otra, Do you think it's a good idea? I mean, we're Anthony is talking. About in a blue state red state governors. Do you think that it's a mistake when Joe Biden or or any Democrat tries to lay blame for the death of 220 Americans at the front step of Donald Trump? Is that is that fair? In your view. It's absolutely fair because we have on tape Trump in January, telling Woodward he was aware of the dangers. He was aware of the dead least quality of this virus and then going out in public, saying it's nothing to fear. It will go away like a miracle that says that, but but that that that that that is that's is still delaying testing we over. That is that is his And to end the day with David. David, you've got to put a headset on David, You've got to put a headset on David, You've got to put a headset on David. You got Let's let's let's cut him cut him. Madam Madam Madam. Give it to him privately. If you will let him know that he's gotta wear a headset if he wants to participate in a conversation if he wants a monologue, we may go back to him for 10 seconds. But I'm trying to have a discussion here and of one of my guests refuses to put a headset on. Ah, that's not good. That's like they have chosen to mute me. And mute the listeners to this audience, and we're not going to play like that one question that I that I want to discuss and will start this with you, Anthony. There's been a lot of talk and the president has spent a lot of time reaching out to the to the African American community. How successful do you think he is going to be? I'm telling you right now they are going to be more Americans. More livid come next week at this election than ever before. Trump has made so many inroads with African Americans as a Republican president, where it's not going to even be funny. Trump last election was going to be living. Then who's the progress is Will the Liberals will? Because they can't see this coming? They did not see this coming. Blacks in a large majority will not vote for Biden Harris. One invite blacks in a large majority will vote for Trump into mark my words, the most Democrats now especially African Americans are going to be but voting what they call down ballot every body other than the president. For office and the Democrats would take it. Ah slaughter when it comes to presidential election because most blacks especially the liberal progressive Wing of blacks, they're not going for for Biden or I'm sorry for Paris or Biden..

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"david hunter" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"david hunter" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The same is the phone number 312981 72 100 We won 29817200 as usual. Everybody's got an opinion on our moment of Zen and we heard a lot about the one from Yesterday. I loved your moment of Zen. Music is so relaxing to me. Thank you so much for sharing with us in these dark times. And a suggestion. Get the 1993 album called Rainforest. Control. I'm Joe is in charge of that, Joe. You may want to check that out, okay? This is somebody who obviously doesn't get the moment is in. Bob. Are you trying to get fired? No, not really. As much as I'd like to sleep late. I don't want to come to that. I hate the moment of Zen. I wanna wake up and not go back to sleep. I love the zone moments sometimes. I don't like the music like on Wednesday, but most of the time you have it, right. Um Ah. See here. Bob, So great to have you back on G n Your moment of Zen is a good idea. But sometimes the soothing tone of your voice is more than enough Nomis Day. Thank you for that. Congratulations, Bob. You have graduated from being simply boring to being a bully that I like the music on the moment of Zen Wednesday. No, you know what I didn't do. I didn't say the guy's name and then spend radio time mocking it and reading mean texts from other listeners. The classy thing would've been to just not mention it again. I stopped listening when brand Meyer was on and you have pushed me out again. I will miss Mary, Dave and Steve. But I can't listen anymore. Oh, no. Now we need to hear from one new listener to make up for this person. But you know what I did hear from the person who sent us that that moment of Zen. That was so controversial, David. Yeah, he e mailed us. He wasn't offended. Yeah, listen to this. Thank you for playing my piece. It's all small on your show. I surely appreciate it made my day the pieces decidedly modeled on Japanese Zen meditation music. It's designed to calm the mind in order to live in each moment. Be well. David Hunter. So there you go. He he was okay with a very Zen like responding, right? Yeah, like whatever. I guess he was listening because he was listening to his music. Or maybe he wasn't listening when you have that that could be to, um and then Ah, number of requests here. Along the lines of this message. Can anyone find out the status of the Marquis Network in Comcast? I know you want the Cubs station anymore, but I think a lot of your listeners would like to know. Thank you. Well, Dave found out that they're on right there. They're on. Xfinity and I checked first I confirmed it on my app. My handy dandy app on my phone And then I also just to make double sure, because we don't have it in the building. We have a different system. I called my wife and had her turn on the TV and check and sure enough, it's their channel to 02 Crane Kenney, their president, the business president for the Cubs. Said that the monthly fee is going to be whatever Comcast elects to charge rates. Very based on your geographic location with Comcast. But ultimately it's their decision how much they want to pass through to subscribers, so it's part of the basic package. But something will show up in your bill. I guess right sounds that way. But what doesn't you know? Let us know. Did you notice that some of the players Tossed foul balls to the cardboard fans in the seats. I hope the socks moved the fans around, so everybody gets a chance to be behind home plate. I hope the TV announcers identify some of the fans. Like they did on Wednesday. Well, yeah, they have been, haven't they? I think so. Yeah, we're and we're going to talk to Kristina Rally for the White Sox later this hour. She can hopefully clarify some of that because it's only supposed to be for this weekend. But there are a lot of people who want in on this. Yeah, they sold out and they Yeah, I believe, you know, they need thio. They need Teo. I think Put put the cardboard cut outs in the grandstands and the outfield. Why not? Well, here's the other thing. Now Fox is saying that they're goingto Have a computer generated fans when they do the games, so they will, I guess, pre op the cardboard cut outs because what if it rains, and they have to put their plastic you're on the cardboard. Although these put the cardboard cutouts in in rice like you do in your phone falls in a toilet. Ah, it's Are you speaking from experience? Yeah. Unfortunately. Unfortunately, Ah, there was one more I was going to get to hear. I confined it Well, I'll get to it. I'll get to it on Monday. Somebody was very unhappy with me talking about how I like the look of women in masks. Mary was that offensive? No. Okay. I mean, like, like their eyes. How about that? Yeah, The first thing your mystery 7 17 and we'll check in with our friends Block Club Chicago get some extremely local news next right now an update on a.

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"david hunter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"david hunter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Us to sign up to it we have all signed up to come into the multi party executive therefore it is not incumbent upon the prime minister to step up the relation financial results so you heard there from morning foster she's clearly not happy about things and that this seems a little we have an agreement they're still a little bit way to go David thank you all right Keith David hunter is news out of her eyes Q. radio in Northern Ireland talking to me from Belfast on Keith Walker in Bonn Germany you're listening to inside Europe winter is Olympic Games are currently taking place in a Lowe's Switzerland similar to the Olympic Games the you for games highlights the sporting performance of individuals between fifteen and eighteen years of age this year junior athletes from around seventy different nations are competing but it's a lot more than bringing home the gold as nicely Carney reports side in a hockey arena in the sun five year old can chew from China excitedly watches the flickering images of previous youth Olympic Games on the big overhead screen her mother tells us when he fell in love with ice hockey after watching girls practicing a local arena back in Beijing the family quickly Russian side not to miss the two players from the Chinese women's hockey team compete in the ice hockey mixed three on three tournament this is why the youth Olympic Games are so important the inspiration direction and purpose it offers young people all over the world can affect their lives positively for seven it can be a game changer fifteen year old hockey player Sonya David has been on the ice and she was a very little girl and rule Romania or family saw her potential early on and even took some bold steps to encourage her Olympic dreams for the Olympics how he actually changed my life because at the beginning of the year I moved from the city I use to leave because we don't have an ice ring so I move so I can train for the Olympics and the World Championship so it's so it's really changed my life the first winter edition of the youth Olympic Games was held in Austria eight years ago and brought together just over one thousand young athletes today the lasagne games have welcomed close to two thousand competitors all driven by eight different sports away from the ice in the snow in downtown was on come to the.

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"david hunter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"david hunter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Prime minister Boris Johnson has deliver the U. K.'s final proposal for breaks that deal to the E. U. and includes plans to replace the Irish backstop now you remember we spoke about the Irish backstop has been a major sticking point in getting a deal through the U. K. parliament with the details on the new proposal David hunter news others are asked to radio a in Belfast Northern Ireland this proposal would create two borders for four years David yes so in some ways case but it's very complex in these plans and basically it would see Northern Ireland to remain part of the E. U. single market and for goods for about four years but essentially we leave the customs union at that would probably mean that some checks a Littler told they'll be done away from the border there will be no border infrastructure at all on the island of Ireland so for example things will be checked over at warehouses they'll be trusted trusted at trader schemes we've heard about those before as well and technology but again there's a bit of a question mark over that one because we're about four weeks away from when would you to leave and we don't know what that technology actually at looks like and then there would be a regular Tracy border so that will be between the rest of the U. K. and Northern Ireland and a bit of a customs borders well night it's kind of a change in June in some ways but it does create a very complex set of circumstances here as well yeah and it it does sound complicated until the details of an arms race now the British government's northern Irish allies the do you paid Democratic Unionist Party they've welcome to the plan this is Arlene foster what it does is.

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"david hunter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"david hunter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of passengers remain stranded away from that Haynes well all correspondent Bandai's sent this report from king's cross station docket station stuff on trade ins thousands of people were going nowhere off to a major power cut crippled hundreds of electric trains between southern England and the Midlands Alison Davis says she was on the train from leads to London king's cross that was forced to turn back we were told that obviously there was a problem with the overhead cables and then as roommate feeds he's the whole we were told that the trade was sent king's cross was of the passengers fed to go back to some in Camden north London will rule from that stricken train to a nearby station some didn't even get on a train these passages trying to get back to the northeast of England stranded at king's cross which was closed due to overcrowding no one seems to know what's going on I went into the ticket okay yeah them and the guidelines they would refund me tonight away from the railways a power cut holes mu consul apple to plunge briefly into darkness well on the roads motorists have to cope with non working traffic light to dozens of junctions in London and the southeast national grid says the outage was caused when two generators failed at virtually the same time and damage limitation systems the card I like to stick to a section of the great around a million households lost power for four hours in the southwest to the northeast an energy analyst David hunter said it was an unusual problem fairly significant sources of power supply to know okay in a relatively short space of time very close together you know sometimes you can hop black cat so as a.

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"david hunter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

19:14 min | 3 years ago

"david hunter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To come on the forum more on the ancient Indian text the bug of Gita enduring impact, right up to our day on composes pets and politicians how it helped inspired Gundy's campaign of non-violence against British colonial rule in India and more recently in India, how it's been embraced by contemporary, Hindu nationalists. So with me three Gita scholars to illuminate its ideas and influences for us. We'll be back after the news. BBC news with David hunter. President Xi Jinping has become the first visits to North Korea by Chinese leader in fourteen years. Chinese flags have been hung throughout the capital, Pyongyang and residents lined the streets to welcome him, Mr. she talks with Kim Jong UN are expected to cover North Korea's nuclear program and economic issues. China's has the former INTERPOL chief among way has gone on trial for taking more than two million dollars in bribes and has admitted his guilt state media said the courting Chan Jin would give its verdict at a later date. The Dutch prime Minister Mark Ruta has warned the remaining candidates in the race to lead Britain's governing conservative party against a no deal Brexit. Mr. Ritter said, inflexibility could lead to a heart Bax it a heart border in Ireland and perhaps, the end of the peace agreement that the government in New Zealand has launched a multi-million dollar scheme to buy back, semi automatic guns. The weapons. Banned after the Christ Church mosque, tanks, the U N, High Commissioner for human rights. Michelle Bachelet is in Venezuela to make another attempt to solve the crisis. Their human rights groups have urged to investigate alleged abuses by president Manute Madurai government against opposition activists and politicians protesters in the Honduran, capital, two together, have blocked roads with burning ties and attacked businesses on the second day of a strike by truck drivers has been growing unrest. Over the president's plans, education and health reforms Iran's Revolutionary Guards say they have shot down in American surveillance drone near the straits of home use tension remains high in the region after tax on oil time, because that Washington and its allies have blamed on Tehran. Officials in the Dominican Republic say the shooting of Fulmer US baseball's David Ortiz was a case of mistaken identity. They had previously described him as the target of a murder, BBC news. Welcome back to the forum on the BBC World Service. I'm Bridget KENDALL today, where turning the pages of the bug of odd Gita, one of the most important religious and philosophical works of classical India that some have cooled, the Hindu bible on joined by three experts on the Gita from Albany, in the United States by Richard Davis from the university of wreck in Switzerland by Anjelica Molina at in the UK by Chuck river rum, prosecute round witch-hunts earlier on the tradition of commentating on the key to how is it possible that this text can mean such different things to different people? Do you think I think the text is meant to be unpacked through a very structured way of interpreting the very active reading it is? Itself a spiritual act. That's how the commentators saw it from historical point of you might say that it showed how the texts could yield these different kinds of meanings. It did not close off the avenues of integration, but open that up. And it's exactly the fact that it can be read in such different ways that gives us a clue as to why it became so important and continues to play such a diverse role in Hindu culture today. The Gita was translated into English in seventeen eighty five and combined with the development of modern printing techniques, it soon began to reach an international audience. So how did that change how it was perceived? Well, it made a huge change. So the bag was the first sanskrit text translated into English and the translation was printed in London, and it was an immediate success with. With European intelligencia of late eighteenth, century. And it was also the first of a of a whole series of sanskrit, translations done, mostly by British then by German-French translators, and this kind of sparked off what's been called an oriental renaissance the idea that the rediscovery of these classical Indian texts and their translation into European languages would have the same kind of impact that the rediscovery of Greek and Latin texts had had an earlier period on European thought and in the course of this sort of movement of translation, it even reached the eastern United States, by the eighteen forties, where Ralph WALDO Emerson was able to purchase a copy from his bookseller in London, and then lend it to Henry, David Thoreau, who took it with him to Walden pond. So the bag of Gita. Became an important text for at least one strain of sort of transcendental thought within the United States. And of course, then India came under colonial rule with the British in charge between eighteen nine hundred forty seven. I'm getting can you explain very briefly for us how the gator was pressed into service for those who were against purchase rule in India? Well, the background of this whole new positioning of the bug of Gita, is that in strange and very complex ways anti, colonial formations, and party in India joined with unto colonial circles in Britain who all the critical of imperialist attitude and the way of the colonial government did not allow for the participation of Indians into political government structures and also not allowing free labor market for Indians to join and in this situation. The bug of guitar and Hindu religion became basis for joining forces, Alton India to unite across social divisions across regional divisions to join forces against the colonial rule in particular after nineteen five when the colonial government decided to divide the province of Bengal. There was a huge disappointment and protests, which even then turned into calls for now really fighting against the British colonial rule. Also with arms. And the bug of Gita was, then the rich no longer as a text only dealing with attachment and meditation devotion. But really also text teaching you how to resist and to run ical or an enemy government and how to in a way fight for your religion for your country for your will use. This is. I meeting, isn't it that Indian nationalist advocating on struggle taking out the as part of that mantra as part of the justification for what they were doing. Yeah. The resistance group who actually really planned also text against government officials and institutions, and they had to kind of commitment oath in which they had the bug of it Kita in one hand. And in the other hand weapon, how do you see the Gita fishing into the struggle for Indian independence? Was it successful as a way to mobilize people, what we saw happening at that time was the rising up over awareness, not just amongst very few doubting? Actual thinkers at the case earlier in the nineteenth century, but to a wider class of people who were also equipping themselves with western education system, who's speaking in English and began to understand the need. To articulate culturally rooted ideas in the discourse of the empire, and of English that group of people at the turn of the twentieth, century, amongst, many other texts picked up the Giga as one of those instances where you could make an ancient text speak to contemporary ideas. So a range of important Hindu figures, gave their own interpretation ranging from a way of using the Gita to mobilize a sense of United India all the way through to those some said, the very fact that this text is advocated at the beginning of a battle shows that it was be a guide to armed struggle. However, caused the most important. Mobilizing cues of the Gita one, which bridge, the gap between the English educated middle classes, and much wider sections of Indian society, the Hindu society in particular, which were open to the appeal of Hindu culture, of course game, that Mahatma Gandhi's distinctive reading of the heater. Let's hear Gandhi himself speaking in a recording made in nineteen thirty one he voted in his own case. The of God. Can do so by living face and face exhales cannot be proved by extraneous evidence. The facist course is to believe in modern government of the world, and therefore, in prima of the model law, and exercise of face would be the safest where clear determination, some early to get all country, and I can say, I have no argument to convince Rita. Johnson three old and I can is not to Kim today in Mohandas. Mahatma Gandhi's, better, nine speaking in nineteen thirty one Gandhi coop Gita, the universal mother and his spiritual guide and a huge influence on the formulation of his philosophy of. Nonviolence non-cooperation Rishard wives the important to him. What did you see in it for gone? I think the basic values that he found in Baghdad. Gita. We're values that he most wanted to instill in himself, and also in his followers, the followers that he gathered around himself in his Trump's, those were fearlessness responsibility service, and especially dispassionate. He focused to the greatest attention on a section in the second chapter of the Gita where Krishna describes the person of. Settled wisdom or firm wisdom so he really saw that as the kind of the ideal for the followers that he hoped would work with him in opposing British rule. The man of self-control moving objects witty sensitive under strain and free from attachment than hey, at setting it mind in that city there is an end up, all thorough, what the intelligence of the man obsidian mind foon becomes teddy. The problem was that the purpose of Krishna's message in the bag of Gita in its simplest form is to persuade Arjuna to fight in a battle, and Gandhi, of course, was very highly committed to nonviolence. Right. So he had to reconcile his own commitment to nonviolence with the apparent violence of Christmas message and he did. So following kind of Theus officle interpretation by saying that. In fact, the battlefield is inside each of us. Right. The battlefield is between are good and evil intentions. The battlefield is one in which we have to find ways to choose and act, according to the good within us, if Ghandi's approval wasn't enough to ensure a worldwide appreciation in more recent times, the teachings reached a further global audience, the TV serialisation of the Mahabharata in the nineteen eighties, for example, who's being into millions of homes and the gator, even turns up in operas by American composers, John Adams and Philip glass, and it's fun to new life in some of the most unlikely places on getting can you outline some of these forests strange place, perhaps, at first side would be the manifestation of the bug of Gita in so-called counseling literature? Charles, so the self management and management literature is very booming place for drawing on the bug of guitar for detached action for being very cool and detecting, the weak spots of of your partners and of your employees, and also, of course, your own strengths and weaknesses. And in the press was this campaign on the Delhi metro to implement the bug of guitarists a guidebook for management strategies in handling the metro instead of surveillance cameras. Once you have to get you don't need this see TV stuff, do you think it works affected it? We have to wait wait about the statistics, how this works, but the Delhi metro has an excellent reputation in terms of metros in India. Right. The has had some rather surprising fans, the German classical composer Beethoven for one and even in the twentieth century, the father of the American atomic bomb. That's correct. You wouldn't expect to find the bag about Gita in the New Mexico desert in nineteen forty four, but j Robert Oppenheimer the scientific director of the Manhattan project developed a real love for this text his famous response pawn observing the first successful, atomic detonation was to quote, a passage from the eleventh chapter the bag of Kito, where Krishna reveals his soprano form. And part of that soprano form is a form of awesome destructiveness, and so up in Heimer, I think, in, in recognition of both the power and the potential destructiveness of, of the bomb that he had midwifed quoted to what was that passage. Well, he used to phrases that have become famous one. He described the explosion itself as brighter than a thousand Suns. Which was the description that gives of Trish Nova. And Krishna Davila's himself, the other, which was the more portentous one was his use of a condition of Kushner's himself. Then Kushner says now I'm become debts the destroyer of worlds, when you quit the versus you realize. How powerful this is the images that really quite orange sparring both in the regional pie. I'm when you relate them to a concept to something like an atomic boom. Of course, nowadays, one of the most controversial is the has been in modern day, India, where it's being drawn into a debate about the cycled Safran is aviation of Indian culture and jellyfish. Can you briefly just explain to us what this is, and how the has been used the sufferings -ation concerns, the larger project of Hindu-nationalist partisan organization to innovate turn India into a country based on Hindu religious, texts and values. And in the course of this again. They sense of decades soil since the mid twentieth, century organizations, like the visual Hindu Parishad, the Hindu World Council lobby to establish a kind of Hindu cannon in which the bug of guitar has a prominent role as the bible, or as the one text which unites Hindus across social and religious divisions, and across all the communities as the common ground. They could all agree on. And now recently with prime minister motive in charge. There are no several calls to even have the bug of Gita as part of school and university curriculum. And this, of course, goes against the secular outline of the Indian constitution, which currently does not allow religious instruction in state of financed. Institutions. So now this changes and the bug of guitar is used as the common ground, or one of the cortex to unite the Hindus under one umbrella. And of course, also to exclude all just communities having different texts likes Islam or Christianity from the fault of the ladder, Hindu nation. Rum. How do you feel about the shipping used in this way? On the one hand, we have to concede that Hindu identity is as legitimate as any other religious identity. And as we've been discussing in global times, Hindus, do look around and say, well, if there are functions like taking it out or giving, as gift, a text and others at the Koran and the bible, and so forth. What do we have? So in that sense. The Gita is living its place and into his them lives and changes with the passage of time on the other hand, clearly if it is being utilized in a particular ideologically monochromatic way as a way of establishing some kind of a hegemonic interpretation of India's a Hindu nation. And Hinduism as reducible to a particular set of texts then not only is it morally questionable aides..

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"And we shouldn't. Transform that interaction. As if your life depended on because it does. On saturday. Swedish teen actress drafted Turnberry was in Copenhagen to address the people's climate much. She laid into unambitious climate goals. According to political commentator, Christian Massin, the surge in climate concerned, the election, favorites, the opposition social Democrats. God, I think it's been a huge price them. I mean, the climate issue played absolutely no role for years ago in the election, this time it has been, maybe the biggest factor. I can't remember a political shift that has happened so quickly as climate change the party's lead, Mattie. Fredriksson had been ruthlessly repositioning party to recapture its traditional working class supporters under minute Frederickson. The Democratic Party has taken a big step to the right on immigration where they've not only sort of tried to neutralize the subject, but they've more or less embraced the agenda of the right wing populists, at the same time, she's been taking a very vocal step to the left on social issues on welfare issues. So one big step to the right one big step to the left. That is kind of her winning agenda for this election. But when visited a high school in the. The first days of the campaign, it was clear that the party had miscalculated she was at a Danish high school and instead of talking about education tournament, the welfare system pensions, whatever she was prepared for. She was peppered with questions on climate issue. So young people driving. This agenda has really taken them back a little bit. And she's been forced to kind of catch up on this issue on Saturday, Dixon herself was the climate much and the party a message thanking those who came out to fight for the climate now. It said you deserve a government that does the same the party on Wednesday pledged to bring in a new national goal to cut mocks emissions by sixty percent by twenty thirty to push for European flight tax and to make the finance ministry that all new government policies on their climate impact the same day, the party, a video showing Federick walking through a leafy beech forest. It's super good that this election is a lot. About the climate, and it's mainly children and young people who've put it on the agenda. She says the full promising to plant more trees in the country. Monson is skeptical. It is not entirely convincing because they say all this stuff, but when you look at their budget, you know, they have all these expenses plan for pensions for welfare, sort of very traditional social democratic agenda, and all well this green stuff. We'll take a look at that at some point, so. Yeah rethoric caught up the numbers game haven't really gotten up to speed yet back the election vigil among the Bush, it's really important to demand of the government that this is a climate election. And we already saw that the pressure. We're putting on the politicians working, but now of course we have to take it, and that, so that we make sure that the word schools become action. Yep. It by a young man, sitting next to her tapping on laptop is hopeful that the politicians will act on their promises. Government has to be green government because in eleven years, it's too late to do anything. How fly that, that will happen. We'll see in ten days, I think I still believe in the politician. And that's one of the reasons why I'm here because I believe, in in, but if they don't act within the first one hundred days, I think it's going to happen something the youth. Civil disobedience. That's how you think they'll be real protests, if they don't act. Yeah. Definitely if metaphysics does get into power, it looks like she'll have to do more than a few trees, Richard orange. The w Kevin Hagen Don Keith Walker in Bonn, Germany. This is inside Europe Opole by Iran broadcasters. RT TJ car. Showed about two thirds of Irish people would support our United Ireland some three thousand people. Asked whether they would vote for our against United Ireland if votes were held tomorrow. David hunter is news q radio in Northern Ireland is on the line from Belfast. Tell tell us more about the David, this was quite an interesting poll came just sort of after the local government armed European elections last week. And you say three thousand people were asked and tow around sixty five percent of those people came back into the kid that they would vote in favor of the United Ireland. A referendum was to be held. Right. Ny, nineteen percent said that they wouldn't. So those results when you look at them to start figure that seem very significant. But we have to remember this was in the Republic of any decision on a United Ireland, of course, have to include northern, which is governed by the UK government, not the Irish government, which has a much more divisive history. So it would make it slightly more difficult to carry out a similar pool. I would say a lot more difficult to get some results. Okay. That's very points. How easy would it be Northern Ireland to leave the UK? Join the Republic about thing stand at the meta. Pretty Lee, probably very difficult. Nearing impossible. You have to remember the history of Northern Ireland's lifts very divisive. Politics here where a lot of the population in Northern Ireland would consider themselves to be Irish would probably vote in favor of a United Ireland, but you have to remember that over half the population in Northern Ireland consider themselves to be British from unionist background, and they will be very much in favor of stay in part of the United Kingdom persuade both communities of the argument of four United Ireland would be very, very difficult. We here in Britain is trying to leave the EU difficult. That is I mean how attitudes of by unification change? Since Britain voted three years ago to leave. The EU has been the spotter in the works on both sets the arguments, so those who would consider themselves Irish in Northern Ireland or say that the whole issue of the border and the Brexit talks is so controversial. So Massey that wouldn't it just be easier to have United Ireland to be one country to stay in the EU. Remember northern voted to remain in the. So that's their argument. But those on the other side of the scale are saying Northern Ireland's place is in the United Kingdom and why should we disrupt that just because of bragg's and you have to remember it, as well in the context of this one of the largest political parties in northern the DP are probably up the UK government, so they very much have the sort of handles in the grips of negotiations in London with Theresa May. And they're able to say to hurt our position, as we should be in the United Kingdom. There is no need to have an exit pool of such and the prior to hold a referendum on Irish unity as a centrally with the UK government. That's the northern and secretary of state, we has that par, but they will only ever exercise that pyre, if they think there is significant enough support for a United Ireland DUP, hold strings of Westminster, they're hearing, the message is definitely not as well as an all the chaos, and all the midst of Brexit. And you have. Remember as well in Northern Ireland. We don't even have a functioning devolved government at the minute, we haven't done for two years. So the whole situation at the minute is just too messy too complicated. Really for anyone to give it any serious consideration. Okay. That's very interesting. Thank you very much for your expertise area. David hunter news. Cute radio Northern Ireland. No.

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"The whole life in front of her to get to this point the police service of Northern Ireland say they knew who killed lira Mckee and behalf made a number of arrests wherever they need to evidence to secure a prosecution in the courts, David hunter, d-w Bo I still to come on inside Europe, thou report from Prague. I was telling you is where the Czech prime Minister Andrei Bobby moves a step closer to facing trial for alleged e u subsidy fraud, Mr. Bob Asia's already said he will never resign over the allegations. And repeated that he would not stand down as prime minister, even if formerly charged by prosecutors, I climate change has moved back up Britain's political agenda because of protests by the extinction rebellion movement. It says it wants to focus global attention on rising temperatures and sea levels caused by greenhouse gas emissions. Police have made over a thousand arrests in the last week or so. Oh and more than fifty people have been charged the protesters seized Waterloo bridge closed some of London's traffic arteries, like Piccadilly circus, and Oxford circus, I was in Oxford circus during the week. It's a popular West End shopping area. Protesters had turned into more of an actual circus, kind of pedestrianised protests comp with music and food painting and dancing. Some of the protesters have even dragged into the middle of the street a huge pink sailing boat. It served as a focal point for the movement. I spoke with one of the extinction rebellion protesters. Andrew right next to us officers. We're trying to remove the last of the protesters who had chained themselves together, you'll hear officers using an angle grinder to cut through that chains. I asked Andrew how long he'd been there? I came a Monday to.

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03:13 min | 3 years ago

Lira Mckie, Northern Ireland And Sarah discussed on Inside Europe

"Has been international condemnation this week after the murder of journalist in Northern Ireland lira mckie was reporting to riots in the city of Londonderry also known as dairy when she was shot. The group known as the new era says was responsible for the twenty nine year old's death. David hunter has this report Lear Mckee was tipped as one to watch a rising star in the world of journalism. However, her career was cut short. She became the latest innocent victim of a long and troubled history. Northern. For over forty years to communities here were involved in a conflict which claimed Thorson's of lives. Very sorry about fast in Northern Ireland. We don't wanna return to this really just like it's just so set young Garrick your life just doing ritual. People don't want to see a return to the violence of the past the unionist community largely over Protestant bunk. Roy and want to see Northern Ireland remain part of the United Kingdom, but the nationalist minority mostly of a Catholic community want to see the reunification of Northern Ireland with the Republic in nineteen ninety eight after decades of boming riots and murders a peace deal was signed known as the Good Friday agreement the agreement that has emerged from the Northern Ireland peace talks opens the way for the people there to build a society based on during peace, Justice and equality signed almost exactly twenty one years before liras murder and Deloitte, people to choose whether the. Wanted to be British Irish or both by law and also cleared the way for the main par military organizations here too late on their weapons and end decades of conflict lira once described her generation as the ceasefire babies, the so-called new array responsible for her Jeff as one of the groups that which refused to accept on arrangement and is still using an armed campaign to try and bring about a United Ireland. The Irish president Michael d Higgins has this message for them. Please unrepresentative. I hope you'll reflect on what you have done. See the appalling unsustainable on justify take Footrot. You'll have these dissident Republicans are fiercely opposed to the nineteen Ninety-Eight under Britain's involvement in governing. Northern Ireland Ryan's brew going on the streets. Were LeRoy was killed as police searches believing an attack against them was imminent, youths began throwing paddle bombs and bricks before a gunman. Opened fire of the armored police vehicles beside which lira had been taking shelter. She was struck by a stray bullet leaving her partner. Sarah devastated. This cannot stand. There is death. Most not being vain because her life was Shane late everyone else's life. There is friend lost the mat with a young writer earlier in the day that she was killed discussing her plans to build a new life in Derry where she moved from her native city of Belfast. She showed me pictures of the ring that she'd brought for Sarah and told me of the fabulous plan. She had for the proposed in New York. And may I was given strict instructions to where my kilt which she always wanted to borrow onto find a refined.

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