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NY Rep. Claudia Tenney Shares Her Backstory and Connection to the Former Yugoslavia

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | 2 weeks ago

NY Rep. Claudia Tenney Shares Her Backstory and Connection to the Former Yugoslavia

"First welcome back to our one on one end studio in discussion with New York's congresswoman Claudia teddy. For those who aren't familiar with your backstory. I didn't even know it until you came in today. You said you mentioned my book, and then you said you sold me on TV and you bought my book, which talks about my parents who escaped Hungary under communism and then mentions what was happening next door in Yugoslavia. Share with us who aren't familiar or who aren't from your district, your connection to the Balkans in the Eastern Europe. I'm not of Yugoslavia in descent or Balkan descent, but I did actually see you and I said, oh, look, you know, because one of my jobs when I worked at the former Yugoslav consulate, which is obviously gone because of the war. We're still look for people in the Balkans, people in the region, and I just, you know, anyone with a sort of the accident, even though Hungarian is not similar to several creations to different route language, I just said, oh, who's this guy? Oh, he's talking about hungry. Interesting because of all that was happening and Yugoslavia being so unique, technically not behind the iron curtain. Tito was able to keep him out of the common form. So I went to Yugoslavia as a student in 1981, 40 years ago, just for a study group and ended up falling in love with the place to just so diverse and interesting and continued to stay there. Work for the consulate worked on the Olympics in Sarajevo in 1984. Learn the language, you know, just continue to go back and then obviously through the war, it was a tough time for me. I had friends from every part of the country, the former years of everywhere. Because we all worked in the consulate together, and so that's been my connection and just living in a country that was communist and then seeing the transformation since the war and them trying to emerge as a market economy, and reading your book where you hear about you're talking about some of the things that happened and how a lot of Hungarians were trying to cross through Yugoslavia and get to freedom and how Tito basically turned them in. And they read the benevolent dictator who was Marshall, Joseph pizza, right? Right, yeah, so called benevolent dictator, and that's where I, you know, I think we're on this moment in American history where people should learn that when they say we have communism we've never just done it quite right, and we had a benevolent dictator in Tito, not a benevolent dictator. Tito had a dissident camp where people were tortured and killed on a barren island in the Adriatic Sea. So it's all these communists. And he played and he played the nationalities. Right. Slovenes vice the Croatians, the Croatians versus the Serbs. Yeah, and technically he was Croatian, but first and foremost he was a communist. Right. He was able to bridge the gap and keep an allied relationship with the Americans and with kind of keeping everyone at bay to maintain this sort of artificial union of these countries and Yugoslavia, which wants Tito died. You know, they devolved into war within about ten

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Author Raymond Arroyo Explains the Origins of Christmas Tinsel

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Author Raymond Arroyo Explains the Origins of Christmas Tinsel

"Had a chance to talk to my pal Raymond Arroyo, who lighten the mood a little bit for a couple of minutes. But he also has a great ability to shine a spotlight on some of these crazy issues in some of the insanity we're facing in America. Here's my chat with Raymond Arroyo, Fox News channel. Tell us what the genesis of this book. How did it come into being? Well, you know, Mike, years ago, when I was a young reporter traveling in Eastern Europe, there are trees or decked out with tinsel from top to bottom. I mean, it looks like the front of a Trump Tower or something. You know, it's old glitter and tinsel. And if you look in the bows of those trees, there are little spider ornaments jeweled spiders. And I couldn't figure every house I went to every business. They had this same setup. Well, I guess I didn't pay much attention to it. I thought they were recycling stuff from Halloween or I didn't know what they were doing. Years later, I came across a footnote during research for another book. And it says there is a legend from the second century of Mary Joseph and Jesus running into a cave on their way to Egypt. And they meet a spider who performs a special service for them. Well, it turns out that spider and this story is the origin of tinsel. I always thought tinsel was to replicate bicycles on a tree. No, it is a testament and a homage to this tale of a spider who spun a web perform this amazing service for the holy family. And you know, at the heart of the story, and the reason I think it's resonated with people so deeply in the last year and again this year is because as Mary says of the spider at one point in all of us, all are here for a reason. And no matter how small your gift, no matter how the world ignores you or tells you, you're not good enough or get over in the shadows or we don't want to see you anymore. That gift that service may be of the utmost importance. Not only to you and yours but to all of

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"eastern europe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | Last month

"eastern europe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Former USSR in Eastern Europe as well It's take Ukraine It's just 18% fully vaccinated And what's curious here is Ukraine has access to western vaccines like Pfizer and Moderna and as to why they're not taking it again it's disinformation It's distrust Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky recently pleaded with Ukrainians to quote turn on their brains and ignore conspiracies surrounding vaccinations Some of those are coming out of Russia But there's an additional problem here of those who are getting vaccinated most are younger healthier Ukrainians so the government has really failed to convince older at risk Ukrainians to get the shot and they're the ones filling up hospitals It's a similar story really in a way in the Baltic states also ones part of the USSR but have now course EU member states They're reporting the highest COVID infection numbers in the EU as well as lower rates of infection So you take a Latvia now back in lockdown over half of adults there have been fully vaccinated and that's well below the EU average of 74% And again it's older unvaccinated people pushing healthcare systems to the limit You can add in here at an ethnic component to the country's sizable Russian minority really tuning into Russian media has been slow as to get the shot but it's not just Russia or Russians There does seem to be a kind of Soviet shadow of distrust towards government healthcare throughout the former Soviet space And so what are authorities doing in that region and in Russia to flatten the curve Well if we talk about Russia we're midway through what the Kremlin is calling a non working week It's not a lockdown It's more like a national holiday while regional authorities are tasked with getting COVID numbers under control Ukraine is also imposed additional restrictions and QR code proof of vaccination But the picture here in Russia is very confusing Moscow's mayor says businesses have been closed all week We'll now reopen Monday that the situation is stabilized Other governors are saying the opposite There's really no way to know yet whether these decisions are driven by politics or science or some combination thereof but we're about to find out Okay thanks Charles Thank you NPR's Charles means in Moscow This is NPR news.

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Jim Carafano Knows Why Vaccine Reluctance in Eastern Europe Is So High

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

Jim Carafano Knows Why Vaccine Reluctance in Eastern Europe Is So High

"That. Why did you bring up the former KCB colonel Tim capano? So as we were talking before the break, I just did a swing through Europe. Some of the choices of Europe. Yeah, and it was in Romania and Moldova and I was saying that one of the real, you know, we talk about vaccines here in the differences in those countries, the vaccine usage rate is extremely low. Even though they have plenty of vaccine and they have lots of infrastructure because the countries are bombarded every day with Russian disinformation, saying all kinds of crazy. But use the technical phrase in the break. You said, because the Russians of Boston's. Right. Exactly. Because here's the Russians aren't doing this because they have questions about the vaccines or they want because they're not mandatory in these countries. They're doing it because they want to make these countries as ungovernable as possible. So trying to destabilize. This is what I said. We used to teach together. At these JPM EVs, military institutions, if you just want to understand Russia today, all you need is all I used to say is it is an anti status co actor. They just want to stir. Wherever it is, Middle East, eastern, they just want to stir, right? Just to see what can I get out of it? Destabilize. Because and they're getting people killed. And these aren't like, these aren't like in America to make where I'm young. I'm healthy. I had COVID. These are all vulnerable. These are old, vulnerable. I'm healthy. Who are going to die if they would die if they got the flu for God sakes. And the Russians don't

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The Blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory: Serial Killer or Victim of a Patriarchal Society?

We Saw the Devil

02:28 min | 3 months ago

The Blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory: Serial Killer or Victim of a Patriarchal Society?

"So that brings us to bet battery or elizabeth bathroom for us english-speakers which i will be referring her to for the remainder of the episode after a literally limitless number of films plays poems and books have been written about her. She is also known. As the blood countess lady dracula and the blood lady of qatif ish. She's been given countless nicknames. Just based on what she was suspected of doing and i use the word suspected in h. One and bold formatting but what she actually a victim of the patriarchal culture of her time or was she just really one of the most vicious and bloodthirsty female serial killers with ever lived. I mean that's kind of polar opposites there right. Elizabeth bathroom was born on august. Seventh fifteen sixty on her family's estate in hungary now they were a very powerful protestant family. Calvin est actually and they were one of the most prominent families in the entirety of eastern europe. Her father and mother. Baron george the six by three and baroness on bathroom respectively. More or less controlled its own miniature kingdom within hungary which consisted of modern. Day transylvania in romania. Her uncle. stephen bathroom was the king of poland. So they were. In fact the most well-connected as was the custom at the time royalty sometimes married within their own families. I mean everyone knows the inbreeding jokes. Right so generational inbreeding elizabeth's mother and father were actually first cousins. Both from the bathroom side of the family. This could actually potentially explain why she was plagued with health problems throughout her life but especially during her childhood and fun fact. Elizabeth bathroom is actually remotely related. To vlad the third via marriage whom many of you know as dracula himself vlad the impaler but as a child elizabeth would have epileptic seizures. She was frequently ill and she would reportedly go into fits of white hot rage on a dime. Very little is actually known about her childhood but the urban legend and myth has seemingly just multiplied taken on a life of its own throughout the years. I it was reported that her uncle taught her satanism and witchcraft. Then it was a satanic doctor who attempted to treat her epilepsy with healthy blood. Taken from the peasants apply to elizabeth's forehead via a piece of their own

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Republicans Compare Viktor Orban to Communists

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:11 min | 4 months ago

Republicans Compare Viktor Orban to Communists

"Tucker. Carlson went to hungary last week. As many of you know. He was the speaker on saturday at a conference of young conservatives from all over europe especially eastern europe in depeche and i was the speaker of the day before and he has been an eye as well but he much more as attacked because he had viktor orban's on his program. There are bond is the head of of hungary so this is what they say. Give you an idea of the low level of the never-trumper world so these putative republicans condemned us for going. We are no different than leftists. Who went to communist countries. I know virtually all of these people. And i must tell you. My disappointment in moral idiocy is deep. You have no idea how. Well i know. Some of them and one for forty years to compare or monto communism. You can hate her. Bundle your life or are there Torture chambers and hungary like they weren't hungary and communism the that many people the communist killed in eastern europe is is he murdering people in in hungary. How about a basic thing like this. There was no way you could travel. Outside of the communist bloc when eastern europe was communist a hungarian has the freedom to travel anywhere in the world. The comparison of victor oregon to communists is another example of people trivializing communist evil. It's like comparing people to nazis. All you do is trivial is nazi evil.

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US, Germany Seal Deal on Contentious Russian Gas Pipeline

BBC World Service

00:15 sec | 4 months ago

US, Germany Seal Deal on Contentious Russian Gas Pipeline

"States says it has struck an agreement with Germany whereby Berlin will respond to any attempt by Russia to use energy as a weapon in eastern Europe. The deal is focused on the Nord Stream, two undersea gas pipeline, which will see Russia double its gas exports to Germany.

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A Review of the Newest Addition to the MCU: Black Widow

WBAP Morning News

02:04 min | 5 months ago

A Review of the Newest Addition to the MCU: Black Widow

"I mean, the Marvel universe. Fans have been waiting for this for months and months and months, and now it's available. In theaters, and it's also on Disney plus so that you can see it there as well. It's going to be the apparently the only black widow films since Scarlett Johansson's character actually died in adventures and came this story has said a little before that. And she goes back to Eastern Europe in order to track down and ruined the great Russian spymaster who made her into a spy in the first place. And she also reunites with her fake family with which you were who she was an undercover spy in the United States in the 19 nineties in order to bring this fellow down, so it's a combination of family drama. Shall we say? With a big action, splashy action movie. I found the intimate moments in this film actually better than the action ones, which are in the typical modern way over cuts so that you can't really tell what's going on a lot of time and just overloaded with C G I the real star of the film, Although Johansson is very good is Florence Pugh. Who plays her younger, so called sister. They were sisters when they were undercover spies, and they unite along with their father and mother in order to bring down this terrible Russian mastermind who still wants to dominate the world with his army of brainwashed young women called widows. Uh, the people who Fans of the far Marvel universe are going to love this film. They're going to go out to it in droves. They're going to pay for it and dizzy. Plus, it's going to be a huge success. But it's really a kind of footnote to the series as a whole. It doesn't advance the overall marble saga very much. And as I say, it's probably a one off for Scarlett Johansson's Who cares whose character unless she miraculously comes to life will have to remain dead after this episode. Alright, that's black Widow Next up, Don Cheadle and

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Water Strategy and Future Thinking

Future Cities Africa

01:16 min | 5 months ago

Water Strategy and Future Thinking

"Michael waste is executive director for water and waste at the city of cape town will be discussing. The city's water strategy. They thinking and future plans but before we get into that mike. Welcome give us a briefing action to your role and background. Thanks a lot dan. it's great to be with you when free said he's africa. This is the topic. I care a lot about something. That i've with unprofessionally for most of my career i'm currently executive director and water and waste for city of town and i've had that johnson's December the twenty one thousand nine hundred prior to that. I was director warren sanitation. This makes me accountable. The which and sanitation department is whether the southern waste department in the city. It's a big department. We've got four million customers of cape capetown. Twenty thousand kilometers of pipeline of the four thousand stores seven ran budget a prior to this position. I worked for the world bank for sixteen years in Eastern europe saab asia. Africa have twenty five years experience in the sector But originally a civil engineer from uc team with a postgraduate qualifications from left brand the uk and princeton university. And the us.

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How Former Hockey Player, Paul de Jersey, Found Success as an Entrepreneur

The Unofficial Shopify Podcast

02:55 min | 6 months ago

How Former Hockey Player, Paul de Jersey, Found Success as an Entrepreneur

"Three years ago when you launched this thing your first sale. It was on shop by you. Started with with an online store Icon went door to door a little bit when i first launched it. I'm from vancouver and I as you mentioned in the enjoy split hockey. So i was kind of original originally had the idea. I wanted to validate the concept and and prove the market kind of locally. So i was just selling to people i knew like yours and trainers in gyms and then we we had our shop quayside at first but i think first couple sales were definitely Off line and then We had a couple of sales. We launched the site. And when you get your first sale online it's really. It's really cool especially when it's a stranger so that was kind of the kind of put us in motion and we've been going strong ever since i so going back even further. Where did this idea come from. Yeah like man. I should go sell a bed of nails to be. It's not something i would ever thought that few before. We launched the business. But when i was playing hockey i had a really accusing trainer. Who's actually now my business partner. His name surrogate as robin. He actually travel the world for eight years with the circus soleil. So he's allow. Yeah he's a total freak with his body. He's he's what you would expect in terms of flexibility and strength. That just amazing. But i was a i hurt my back one day while i was Training with him nothing serious but he had one of these mads lying around because all the guys swore by them and he's from russia and eastern europe and they're they're quite popular over there so he gave me this map to try out and i absolutely loved it and i thought this was just an incredible feeling and it really helped my back but i was kind of playing hockey at the time so i just really forgot about it. Then my my career came to an end at college. And i. I remember the matt and i wanted to just buy it myself and i couldn't find it anywhere. I was looking better nails. A spike matt and i couldn't find the product anywhere so i asked her about it and he told me it comes from ukraine. And it's They're very popular in russia. But they're really not well known over here. And so i thought to myself like why no at least like fifty my friends who i would wanna buy this product and we can create a really cool brand here so i reached out to the this ukrainian manufacturing partner in the first call with them. I didn't know a single thing. They were saying. I was just like nine my head in. Yeah we want to sell this. Yeah and we. Eventually we're able to negotiate a the exclusive rights to distribute and sell it in north america and Be built our brand around acupressure. That's the ak you comes from the pays homage to ukraine in russia and ukraine. Everything's called every seized Acupressure so that's kind of what we got the name from. That's a little bit of back.

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A Discussion on Leveraging Emerging Technologies

The Fighter Pilot Podcast

01:52 min | 7 months ago

A Discussion on Leveraging Emerging Technologies

"The last two decades american nato combat aviators have been deploying to combat operations in afghanistan iraq another locations throughout the middle east with a focus on supporting troops on the ground years pointed. The middle east have been focused on missions and environments were american. Airpower is all but uncontested. He sustained appointments can with budget sequestration that began in two thousand thirteen at work for much of the capital stock that the aviation community depends on performance mission sustained deployment cycles of also stressed or pilots entered families. Sequestration was followed by a sustained period of shortfalls implied hours in maintenance capabilities resulting in increased fatalities in us military aviation particularly in the marine corps. This many either leave service entirely or continue serving in the reserves or international gar leading short shortages of experienced pilots on active duty during this time united states has begun to contend with renewed russian aggression in eastern europe in syria as well as a growing threat posed by china as this new era great-power competitions beginning combat aviation is undergoing some significant changes. I an aging fleet of fort generation aircraft is being replaced in fifth generation aircraft generation aircraft combined low observable stealth technology sensor fusion medium-range air-to-air missiles and unparalleled radar detection range into one aircraft giving pilots and unmatched advantage over any aircraft shielded by hostile nation. All these airplanes are exceptional in their capability. They're very expensive to operate acquiring increase maintenance hours in costing more per flight hour than their fourth generation predecessors second military is outsourcing adversary training aircraft also known as red air to private companies. These companies are able to deliver cost efficient solutions to the military for adversary training capabilities. Other aircraft are not adequate to simulate the threat of a russian su fifty seven or chinese j twenty.

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Even Criminal Enterprises Have Reputations to Think About

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:56 min | 7 months ago

Even Criminal Enterprises Have Reputations to Think About

"Fbi says a group called dark side was behind the ransomware attack that forced colonial pipeline to shut down its operations last week. Dark side is believed to have roots in eastern europe possibly russia and is fairly new but like a lot of these ransomware groups. It's pretty pr savvy. It's got a mailing list press releases a hotline for victims. It's a topic for quality assurance where we take a second. Look at a big tech story. Brian krebs is an investigative journalist for krebs unsecurity. Then he wrote a story this week walking through a dark side negotiation with another recent victim. Who wants reassurance that if they pay the ransom the hackers will actually give them their data back and won't sell or share it with anyone during the exchange. The hacker says basically ask around well. In general ransomware groups need to maintain a reputation right and they try very hard to excel at things like customer service and they do talk about their victims as customers. Which is you know galling. But that's the way they look at it and they're they're available twenty four seven if you want to talk to him and if you if you pay them They may even give you a report on how they broke it. And what you need to do to fix your stuff. It's so weird on one hand these are seemingly some of the least trustworthy but on the other hand they're kind of asking these what unquote customer to trust them. We will do what we say. How do they build that. Trust well through a mix of coercion and threats it practical terms these contracts that they have that they come cobble together with their end zone where people they're not worth the pixels displayed on right. I mean i think a great many cases victims are kind of over a

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What We Know About the Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Cyberattack

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:57 min | 7 months ago

What We Know About the Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Cyberattack

"Over the weekend. We learned of a ransomware attack on colonial pipeline. The operator of the mean fuel pipeline on the east coast of the us yesterday the federal bureau of investigations. That at suspects a group called dark side believed to be operating in eastern europe was behind the attack for the latest on all this as well as the impact. I'm joined now by our cybersecurity reporter. David bertie. hey dave thanks for joining him enda. Okay so bring us up to speed on this attack. What do we know about how unfolded so colonial pipeline issued. A statement friday saying that they proactively took down some of their systems in response to a ransomware attack. They did this. Presumably in the hope that it wouldn't spread to other parts of their computer networks but the details of why exactly they did that. What data might have been affected whether these attackers potentially jumped to different companies. That are either tied in as suppliers or customers to the pipeline. All of that is still unclear and unfolding colonial issued. A new statement early. Monday saying that they're taking a sort of step by step approach in the hope of bringing some of their pipeline online later in the week. But i think a lot of details about what exactly happened including you know the specifics of what motivated the attackers behind. It are still going to come out in the coming days and weeks and months and so the fbi is pointing the finger at this group. Dark side which is as we said believed to be operating out of eastern europe. What else do we know about this group in many cases some of these sophisticated hacking gangs operate out of countries. Where they're basically not prosecuted for hacking into us based companies. That's often times and places like north korea. iran or post soviet states. So dark side is believed to be this ransomware group which targets in often cases companies in the hope of extracting some sort of financial payout right and they said as much in a statement posted to their website on monday. Dark side said that it only goal was to make money and that it wasn't tied to a quote defined

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Colonial Pipeline Hack Raises Concerns About Threats to Energy Sector

WSJ What's News

01:46 min | 7 months ago

Colonial Pipeline Hack Raises Concerns About Threats to Energy Sector

"As we reported this morning. Ransomware attack led to the shutdown of america's largest fuel pipeline. The fifty five hundred mile colonial pipeline transports forty five percent of the fuel consumed on the east coast. According to the pipeline's operator. The full impact of the attack is still unclear. But it's already raising concerns about the vulnerability of us energy infrastructure. Joining me now from houston is wall street. Journal energy reporter colin eaten. Hi collin thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so call him. Bring us up to speed. What do we know at this point about the attack and how it was carried out. The fbi confirmed that a group called dark side hacking group. They're ones that carried out this ransomware attack on the colonial pipeline. There believed to be an organized hacking group out of eastern europe in the in the former soviet block and they have this new relatively new strand of ransomware that they've been using to target victims and demand ransoms that are typically between two hundred thousand dollars and two million their new and they've sort of quickly grown. They've establish ebb this reputation as being organized. They have this code of honor that prevents them allegedly from targeting schools and hospitals and groups like that so they're a little bit different but they're believed to be behind this attack that's led to colonial pipeline to shut down for the next several days and we should mention that dark side hasn't directly mentioned the attack on colonial pipeline. But it posted a statement on the dark web claiming its goal was solely to make money at also denied it was connected to a foreign government

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Reparations Aren't the Only Way for America to Tackle the Racial Wealth Gap

The Pay Check

02:09 min | 7 months ago

Reparations Aren't the Only Way for America to Tackle the Racial Wealth Gap

"If the us were to seriously tackle the racial wealth gap and all the injustices past and present that have led to today's economic inequality inequalities. It might not actually start with reparations but with something much simpler a full reckoning of our history. The truth truth can be the starting point for much broader national reform in a national effort to deal with the enduring legacies of past violence and current violence kerry welcome as a professor at binghamton university's institute for genocide and mass atrocity prevention. He also runs a similar center at the auschwitz institute. He points out that truth. Commissions are relatively new phenomenon a lot newer than ideas about reparations restitution and the first step and what scholars call transitional justice away for countries to deal with their own large scale. Human rights abuses. It's built on four different pillars. Truth is the first of those pillars and it's often positioned as i because it becomes sort of prerequisite for dealing with those other pillars like justice and reparations and guaranteeing non-recurrence the first one happened in argentina in nineteen eighty four to investigate the quote disappearances of thousands of people including children and infants during the country's military dictatorship. It started where most truth commission start. An independent body investigates. What happened that identifies the victims and all the forms of violence that occurred against them and then it asked those harm to tell their stories. This is important because it changes the historic record and often reveals atrocities. Perpetrators have tried to keep hidden in the end. Argentina's truth commission led to a series of reforms. True commissions have since been used across africa and latin america and in eastern europe and southeast asia. Some us lawmakers think. America is long overdue

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Polish hospitals struggle with surge of virus patients

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Polish hospitals struggle with surge of virus patients

"What should have been a weekend of celebration turned into one of ill health and struggled in Payton's as hospitals for such a code nineteen cases which is spread across central and Eastern Europe in recent weeks the Polish government set down two weeks of strict a pandemic restrictions over the Easter period in order to slow down the infection rates the country hit new records of thirty five thousand daily infections on two recent days and deaths have been in the hundreds each day yells five good spot medical director of the county hospital of book the US says the situation has gotten out of control in the past year I've been in sales have been standing with driving from hospital to hospital trying to beat the patient's somewhere the many many hours this is a symptom of very high in efficiency if we have no way to put these patients and no way to treat them I'm Karen Thomas

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Scott Gottlieb: The “tables have turned” on Europe’s pandemic versus the Unites States

Armstrong & Getty

01:02 min | 9 months ago

Scott Gottlieb: The “tables have turned” on Europe’s pandemic versus the Unites States

"Scott gottlieb on face the nation yesterday. Italy is looking at lockdown over over easter. Because of what they're seeing should we anticipate that's what's going to happen here through this whole pandemic we've been about maybe three or four weeks behind europe so we've used europe as a barometer of what's going to happen. The united states. I think the tables have turned. And i think we're ahead of your because we're vaccinating so much. More aggressively eastern. Europe was very bad right now. It looks bad but i think the uk is. The us is in a much different situation through a combination fact that we have a lot of prior infections. There's immunity in the population from prior infection. We've now vaccinate. Twenty five percent of adults where vaccinating probably about one point five to two million new people a day we vaccinated about sixty five percent of those age. Sixty five about seventy five percent almost seventy five percent this week. Above above the age of seventy five and we're seeing the benefits that six percent reduction in nursing homes. We've had very penetration with the vaccine. So i think we're in a different situation than europe because of the vaccine induced immunity that getting into the

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The Prague School of Rehabilitation and Principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)

The Peter Attia Drive

03:58 min | 9 months ago

The Prague School of Rehabilitation and Principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)

"I think for the purpose of this discussion. Let's assume a person has never heard of. Dns has never heard of the prague school or any of these things can you in a somewhat succinct. But not terribly brief manner. Explain to people how all of this school of rehabilitation coalesced around this idea of what we call. Dns going back to the founding fathers of the prague school and what these various insights were that each of them had and how that sort of came together dns dynamic neuro muscular stabilization. Kind of built on some pioneers of functional rehabilitation. There's many that have been part of the prague school rehabilitation. But i think talking about the influence on the development of dynamic muscular stabilization by professor powell whole lodge who runs the rehabilitation department at prague school. At this time. I think we need to go back. Post world war two cold war era. Nine thousand nine hundred fifties his wear prague school rehabilitation was was really founded and it was founded as part of the medical faculty of charles university in prague czech republic or formerly czechoslovakia now czech republic and being post world war two cold war era so they were in eastern europe behind the wall. That may have been a factor for. They're not reliance but tendency towards the use of of observation in both diagnostic diagnosis but observation and palpitation for diagnosis and treatment. All three of these pioneers neurologist. And who are the three. Lot of miranda kerr levitt and ballclub woida professor janda. He had a keen sense of observation and he formulated concepts and principles that tied into pasta habituation specifically the tendency for specific musculature tend towards tightness and other musculature to tend towards weakness. And he he termed this upper cross and lower cross syndrome. So for example with an upper-crust syndrome meaning the neck and shoulder region with demands of life and tendency towards paschel habituation such as with sustained seated postures There is a tendency towards the muscles in the back of the neck the exceptional muscles the external cloud asteroid muscle which is the muscle that also attached to the skull in down to their sterner curricular joint the pec muscles the upper traps that musculature with ten towards a tight meaner over activation other musculature in the upper extremity the radius which attaches to the ribs in the back of the scapula the deep neck flex irs the middle and lower traps would have a tendency to tend towards the weakness and with that tendency towards over utilization or hyper tenacity and underutilization in addition weakness. That would also he also recognized that that would affect the quality of movement throughout the kinetic chain and subsequently would lead to overload in specific areas throughout that kinetic chain so that was a big contribution on his

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Amnesty strips Alexei Navalny of 'prisoner of conscience' status

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:55 min | 10 months ago

Amnesty strips Alexei Navalny of 'prisoner of conscience' status

"There was a time when a figure like alexei navalny might have been able to count on if little else the full-throated support of amnesty international. The russian opposition figurehead would appear to meet. Every definition of a prisoner of conscience imprisoned on exceedingly dubious pretext spy unpleasant authoritarians and slash. With no record of ever having furthered he's caused through perpetrating inciting or suggesting violence however amnesty appear to differ on the basis of remarks made by navalny about immigrants a few years back. Amnesty has announced that whatever they will classify navalny as prisoner of conscience is not one. Join with more on this by mark kelly. Russia analyst and author of several books most recently a short history of russia. Mark festival to this maneuver by amnesty. Aren't they missing the point of prisoner of conscience a little bit that it's not necessary that you actually agree with them. Yeah absolutely and this is definitely something of an own-goal for amnesty. And especially so because it seems to bury much be have been triggered by a campaign or if not orchestrated by the kremlin but certainly sort of very much augmented by kremlin friendly. Voices in on social media does hurt navarre only at all it. Does i mean we go. To realize that the kremlin the moment is trying to portray him as anything but a immoral icon. I mean this wine set of charging him with treason or anything like that. They've gone for embezzlement. And basically he's dismissing a great patriotic war veteran and this is going to be an ready. It is being magnified by the russian state media as if it somehow amnesty deciding that novell abadan of course amnesty saying they still think that he should not be imprisoned so forth but that kind of nuance doesn't matter. So the kremlin is definitely gonna use this for it's worth which part of the russian electorate public does this stuff play with though i mean the charges against navalny especially that one. You alluded to of having insulted a veteran of the great patriotic. I mean that's absurd even if true that you would put somebody in the dark for that. The point is this is a long game. Let's be honest. Nevada is going to be in prison for at least two and a years. and what. the substandard kremlin tactic. They basically throw so much mud that even if each individual charge is when you look at it pretty ridiculous at some point just begins to sift into the subconscious of of many of the potential electric. Who aren't really people following the news in detail. They not committed inobound nights. They just went on the they. Just get unsensitive. Oh yeah you know what there will lose court. Cases wasn't their rulers allegations. The hope is that it'll stick again. It's not a sophisticated tactic but they hope is that skin. They have so much control over the media and probably a couple of years to do it. They can black and his reputation before he ever sees the light of day. We have talked before about the strategic sense of this from your vladimir putin on the russian regimes point of view as like why you would turn valley into the center of a circus rather than just ignore him. They hoping though that if he is sent to the salt pile fluently for at least two and a half years that he will just be forgotten about. Definitely the idea. I mean again. They hope is that this way he just simply becomes someone who again used to be someone now. Of course. The difficulty is the moment they have him in a top security prison within a prison. In due course he's going to have to go out and presumed me to just an ordinary prison or in this case a penal colony which is how the russians classify that their prisons and at that point. You know there is the chance that he will have access to whether it's sort of illegal cell phones that he can send out the message and so forth so the there is going to be this constant narrative struggle navanly's people want to keep his memory alive. They want to make into a current thing. The kremlin indu course will want to make him into just some past figure who gets forgotten the you. You have responded to the persecution of nevada by imposing some sanctions which do more symbolic than anything else navalny's supporters unsurprisingly asking the eu to expand those sanctions but is there anything the eu can realistically do in the sanctions department which is going to Compel russia to adjust their behavior. Navales concern because russia can't back down now right valley's going to the penal colony for at least two and a half years yes. There's no real question about that but look sanctions are more than anything else about political symbolism and when you just assigned to go for four fairly obvious candidates who basically have no property in the eu. And unlike we're unlikely to becoming to holiday in the south of france the symbolism the message you're giving is basically we have done the least possible we really don't want to get involved in this if the e you had come up with with a much more robust package of measures. Of course it wouldn't have meant. The putin would suddenly have quake in his boots. Before ios it burrell and reversed his policy but it would have said look. We do take this seriously. We will consist on adding costs to your actions. The trouble is at the moment that actually what they basically said is quite the opposite. The russia obviously does hope that we've out navan the as its figurehead than the protest movement that he leads will just sort of dwindle. Evaporate and disappear. Is that light clear. The discussions about how the rage could be maintained. I mean i'm thinking back to those color revolutions in eastern europe in the early part of this century in one of the reasons or one of the ways they succeeded as that they were substantially lead a loose so the authorities seeking to suppress the movements. Didn't really know who they should cart off. Yeah absolutely and this is one of the problems. I mean they pass. The opposition has had the great virtue of his finger navalny as figurehead because he's very charismatic and effective but now they novelli shaped hole and really echo three ways. They could indeed dwindle all it could. Well be that we will find new leaders. Arising i mean it might be as in belarus that actually you'll find for example navales wife emerging as a new figure all others who can basically fill that role. The third possibility is though if this movement which is essentially very much it's nonviolent. It's political if this fails then there is also the risk that actually people become more radicalized. They feel that we. We tried everything we could within the system. We're going to have to try and go without the system. And i think this is the moment we actually have. No idea. notice the kremlin which way it'll go

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"eastern europe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I got the question is Doctor, have you? I'm not convinced that this thing exists in the wild. I have you have you remote viewed the covert virus in the wild. Yes, Well, no, no, The only thing that we did systematically which take that first Micrografx that popped up from Mahan and was validated by by by the U. S. We took that Micrografx and studied N traced it back. And it was a tweet virus. I mean, I was this nation's number One biological. Her case officer reported directly to the White House. So I know whereof I speak. We traced that back and and they were tweaking it in the woolen log. Lab, and it escaped. So that's the only really solid evidence. I have. Ah, chain of custody wise on the virus on for pretty intriguing what you just said, And once it got out there was nothing they could do to stop it. I take it no, no, no, no. Never all the drama the intrigue, app. And after that all the deaths, too. Because it is it is a maximally. I mean, I came back from Eastern Europe September with incredibly full blown pneumonia, which I think I think this virus is just a full blown a really heavy duty pneumonia. I almost died while I've caught. It's dangerous. I call it the flu on steroids to be assured. Really do. Yeah, it's bad stuff. Jessica in Washington Go ahead, just Hi. Hi, George High doctor you so much for taking my call. I'd greatly appreciate it. I'll try to keep this short as I know that you're wrapping up. So I had a couple of questions for Dr Doom in regards to remote viewing. It's something that's always fascinated me. You know, as a kid, you know, as far as like guided meditation, things like that, You know, I've always tried to hone into the ability to exercise that some conscious part of I don't know how this works, but I've been studying up a lot more on it. In fact, George, you had a guest on your show. I can't remember. Earlier this year. Doctor Laura We're sorry, Linda Backman and even though that was in regards to past life regression and and those types of things I just was trying Tio gain more knowledge and I was I was wondering, Dr Ed, if is this something that you're naturally born and gifted with or something that anybody can Learn how to practice fires remote, kneeling down on secretary but it is not something you're born with. It's a skill you're born. We're all born and coming infection, Matt animals as well with the innate ability to be psychic, but what we do is take that. And turn it into a high. A very systematic, rigorous skill that we used in the military is a combat multiplier and and and the learn RV DVDs are systematic. They're very good. Some people learn better than others, and there's no doubt about that. Oh, in every field and everything, and there are some skills that And no matter how hard I try, I'm not going to be. Ah, great. Best ballplayer that 5 ft six Bob Susie. Bob Cousy. Wasn't that doll. I'm not a sports fan. Oh, No, just it's very It's a rigorous tool that Adele's itself of an innate ability our birthright to be psychic with with poo poo and throw away, particularly in the West. And we've got just a minute left. I'd love you for it. Teo. Give out some information about your websites in your DVD. Go ahead, 11. Other thing, and it's a DVD I produce called prepping for the kill shot. And in in that In that DVD is a booklet. A very, very important booklet worked this way and more than gold. If camo goes down, or if I could cut out from the media and all that. That booklet in there, keep it in your back pocket during anything that go any civil disturbance or you're cut off communications. Carl will tell you what to do. Dave Idea Day to keep you and your family alive. Well, you're never going to get a cut off here. And so you got a voice. You know that? Ah, Best laid plans of mice and men, Major red dames. They call him Dr Doom. Will you just found out? Why? Thank you Had always a pleasure Having you on the program. Next up. We're going live to the United Kingdom. Andrew Collins joining us to talk about some ancient societies. What in the world were they up to? Now? You could get show updates and connect with other coast fans When you joined the coast to coast Am Facebook page, Just go to facebook dot com slash coast to coast AM.

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"eastern europe" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

Radio Survivor Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

"Had an amazing not spy organizations, but not a way to find out what was going on in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union and they broadcast those things back into the Soviet Union Eastern Europe and they also bring some music and cultural programs from the West so they were extremely popular. Maybe.

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"eastern europe" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And when you see the bail that is being raised for you know for not just even in Kenosha, but Air Minneapolis but in other parts of the country And then you see all these groups. They're all working with Actblue Act. Lewis seems to be like the common denominator that is popping up for so many is that just because of how their structure that they operate digitally, so it seems like it's easier or Is it? You know to me? I just want I have so many questions that are that are around this because you don't see stuff like this on the right. Yeah, You know, very many people are familiar with the phrase sort of good cop bad cop, which refers to sort of a strategy for trying to get information. Which one cop plays the tough guy. One place the one place the sort of soft guy but there's a kind of equivalent on the other side. I would call a good criminal, bad criminal and what I mean by this is that you've got antifa BLM and they do all this marauding on the street, which is very useful to the left, and then you have the sort of good criminals, which is to say the people in the mayor's office and oblige goes off. This people enact blue they pretend to have nothing to do with the bad criminals. But in fact the two are working in cohorts. The bad criminals break windows and the good criminals, then approached the storekeeper on offer of protection racket. Or they basically say will call you racist. If you don't pay up or if you really want peace. This is the price you have to pay. So what's really happening here is that the Democratic Party is not some independent force that has to sort of deal with BLM and antifa rather than their sort of team. They're doing teamwork on their own side and very often, these thugs on the street have friends in high places who put up bail money who supply convenience supplies of bricks, who also then decide when to call off the protest when the poll numbers show that these protected They're becoming politically convenient. Yes, absolutely. And so there's so much to watching this and I'm curious to see what investigation if any, comes from some of the some of the reporting because what they were saying that A significant number. They were talking about people who were just not filling in employers, as in some of their info, as was required by law. Well, yeah, we'll see if it's consistently in force, but I want to make sure that we get Teo talking about infidel, which Jim Caviezel is in this and I just seen the trailer. It looks beautifully shot. I know you are a producer on this, and it's telling a story that would not in your right. I think this would not get made in Hollywood. I think Hollywood is too eager to bend a knee to the Communist Party of China and do whatever they can to make 10 Cent happy. But the website for the movies, infidel 911 dot com Tell me about this because I It's it's I don't want to give it everything away. But I I I love the pro American freedom sentiment that is expressed in the story. Well, I think first of all that it's really important that we conservatives if you will make mainstream movies that tell stories that reflect our values. If you look at the Hollywood propaganda, it doesn't really mainly go through documentaries, documentaries, a sort of a side show in Hollywood be the gold standard is the feature film. Aunt in the feature film The Bad Guys, Always some small town pastor was a secret Ku Klux Klansman or if some business guy was running some kind of corruption racket and the heroes always black and gay and so on. So this is the Hollywood narrative. This is this is their stock story. If they ever showed terrorists, it's never going to be an Islamic terrorist. It's typically some Russian guy or some guy from Eastern Europe. So this is sort of, you know La LA land really on such a deep need for Stories that reflect profound human and patriotic and nationalist and Christian values. So the plot of infidel is you've got this Christian guy and he's an American, and he's a patriot. And he sort of gets innocently embroiled in the politics of radical Islam, both at home in America and abroad. And so the plot moves from America to the Middle East to Cairo and Lebanon and Iran. So this is a story that's a political trailer ripped from the headlines. We're thrilled to have you Caviezel play the lead on It's an All Star cast international cast terrific acting. Now there's You know, I gotta warn people that this is a gritty movie. This is not the kind of Mitch Christian movie. It's got some foul language. It's R rated, but we felt it's important to make movies that are embedded in the culture that reflect the world as it is and tell powerful stories that nevertheless, at the end of the day, a firm conservative values and I love that you're able, unlike some other filmmakers that have been criticized Four. I think they're poor story writing and ability to accurately convey a message. You've always been very successful and reaffirming the beliefs that you seek to defend without violating those beliefs, which I do appreciate. Well, The thing is, I've now done, you know, five documentary films. And so we've kind of got that art down and we found Debbie. My wife are and I are the executive producers of Infidel, and we found a very talented Iranian American writer and director Cyrus Know Rossi, who wrote the story, and we had initially approached Jim Caviezel to do just kind of a cameo role in the film. We didn't think we could afford him, but he loved the story and he goes. Wait, Wait, Who's playing the lead? Why don't y Can I play the lead were like you. And play the lead on DH. That's how we got Jim Caviezel and, of course with them A passion of the Christ Lynn Jesus. He was a count on the count of Monte Cristo. It also gives the film not only a very broad American, but I would say an international appeal as well. And I have to say, and this is not to slight other filmmakers. But you know when, sometimes when you go and you watch a conservative movie that's been made or produced by conservatives. It doesn't have that. Look, you know what I mean? It doesn't have whether it's the lighting. Whether it's the angles the camera direction. It just doesn't have the look of a major feature film that you would expect to see. You know, from Hollywood. This looks like it, though. I mean, it's beautifully shot just from what I've seen, and I mean, it looks Indistinguishable from something that you know you would expect to see coming out of the Hollywood for whatever that's worth, and that's always I think difficult for our side to to replicate when we're telling stories and film. This is critical. I think the point, which is that, you know, we don't want to make Mitch movies that people feel a kind of political duty. Our moral duty to kind of go quote, support this film. Nobody needs to support this film. What people need to do is go out, celebrate their freedom and enjoy a really good movie. Now I would stay with Hollywood. Their technical skills are excellent. But they've lost the scent. How to tell a good story Very often You walk out of a movie and you're like, What was that movie about it? It was actually well done. The special effects were amazing, but they seem to have forgotten about the idea of plot and character and genuine suspense and even really human feelings. Well, this has all of that. So this is the kind of movie I think the people who love movies on love good stories. Andi. Although this movie deals with issues of patriotism and radical Islam, it doesn't do it in the narrow, propagandistic way at all. This is not sort of a movie that comes out on one side or the other. It just shows life as it is, and you'll come out. I think feeling profoundly moved on profoundly entertained. This is the first one of the first things that's been coming out in theaters that I'm since all of the lock down that I looked at my husband and I said, Okay, way I want to go and see this. I want to see this film, so I'm very much looking forward to it. The website infidel 9 11 dot com But I also really quickly want to touch on the upcoming documentary Trump Card That's going to be coming out on DVD October 6th, and you can preorder that at Danish D'Souza dot com It'll be on.

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"eastern europe" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on AP News

"Some countries in Europe are dealing with the resurgence of cove in 19 the Dutch public health institute says 1270 people tested positive for coke in 19 in the last 2004 hours that's the highest number since mid April it's the second time this week the Dutch daily infections have talked 1000 and a sign that the virus is making a resurgence in the Netherlands in Birmingham England's second largest city households are being urged to stop socializing the latest government data for Birmingham England shows the infection rate has doubled in the past week and the number of confirmed cases in the UK has spiked at over 3500 the highest daily total since may 17 in Eastern Europe Hungary and the Czech Republic registered all time daily highs on Friday I'm Jennifer king

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"eastern europe" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"And roads, and and all and homes, and all of that, and he found that I mean he observed that what used to be a daily Summer Rain Stopped and became very radic. I mean it used to be that everybody could depend on and late afternoon the clouds it would be hot day clouds would come in then there would be arraigned. Fresh the farmers had what they the rain that they needed, but that's stopped. Now, what's so interesting about this is that he takes this further documents this very very thoroughly, and he says that by bringing the vegetation back. We can bring back. The rains. Now, it's not going to be in the exact same way but what he found, this is really interesting. So we don't really think about this, but most of our rain comes is driven by plants. By the the the transpiration, the moisture that comes from plants, and that's in the atmosphere. Okay. So there's always all this moisture moving through the atmosphere conveying heat and bringing moisture from one place to to to another delivering elsewhere and what he found is that the moisture from the Mediterranean was never enough to create rain. That the weather system always needed to pick up more moisture from the plants from the trees from the marshes, the marshland plants, and when those were no longer available. There wasn't enough moisture to make a rain. So what happened is they got they would get kind of a like a like an like a meteorological traffic jam. So all this moisture would be kinda built up, and then you'd get heavy heavy rains. Further inland, and you know in Europe and Eastern Europe. So anyway, he made those connections, but it's so important is that we we can knowing this we can work with it. To bring back ecological.

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"eastern europe" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:36 min | 1 year ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on AP News

"Coronaviruses surges in Eastern Europe approaching new restrictions reversing some recently reinstated its travel rules countries are facing rising waves of positives using the new restrictive measures Croatia is ordering the mandatory use of face masks while Hungarian authorities say that putting countries into 3 categories red yellow and green based on the rate of new infections with entry bans on mandatory quarantines depending on which country people are coming from furnace in countries in the red capital I'm not banned from entry hungry what hunger and citizens arriving from those locations we'll have to stay quarantine for 2 weeks or until they test negative twice 48000 part I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"eastern europe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the National Trust started to change in the nineteen thirties in nineteen thirty four the marquis of lluvia made a speech to the members of the trust warning that the country houses of Britain which in many cases belong to the same elite families for generations what under threat from the huge social changes sweeping the nation a risk of being sold off or even demolished and it was a sort of cost went out the orders with the idea of the English country houses coming to an end it struck the members is almost impossible it's like Santa Monica was about to be abolished this is James Lees Milne who was appointed by the National Trust to help preserve some of these houses he gave a number of interviews to the BBC this one in nineteen eighty four people were beginning to shut up the houses and go what was it fill out of taxation yes it is yeah what happened in Eastern Europe no I don't think it was that I think interest taxation and the inability to find certain the British class system I've been shifting since the industrial revolution and then shaken to the core by the first World War many of the as to the stately homes have been killed in the conflict but also people from different classes had mixed of never before and increased social mobility off to the war meant the working classes no longer wanted to be servants to people they might previously have been told to think of as the social buttons the growth of the labor party meant taxes on the rich and particularly death duties had increased and many hours to crowds was struggling lord don't make it better surprising there on reserve in explaining that in spite of the largest state the house was a crow button to them but it had to be preserved at all costs however interests and the marvelous contents kept intact they were very hard up the place was in a pretty bad way they were probably desperate I think but help is at hand the National Trust set up a scheme which allowed stately home owners to donate their properties to the nation opening them to the public and taking on responsibility for renovations James Lees Milne started traveling around the country to see which properties the trust to acquire often staying overnight with the onus eleven customers.

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"eastern europe" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"So that's another aspect and also less than his rods mad the oil company could not possibly offered caught a page of twenty percent of a I my right on that right on the I know Carter and he went and sat with billions for life for this story of course but the question about whether there was an alternative at the end of World War two yeah it's been debated by historians in Russia and in the United States and I guess in Europe to the final four is one of the big academic industries could the Cold War that ensued after World War two after the American Soviet alliance broke up could have been avoided and there are different points of view and then the good of an album liar on us I probably am under the influence of my late mentor robbers see Cocker whose two volumes install and I think for the best biography we for that Stalin was a Cold War personality Stalin had near absolute power in Stalin was not interested in a lasting detente with the west at the end of the war Stalin's view of Russia or the Soviet Union and that the small countries to the west of Russia and Eastern Europe should be on under Soviet control was such a powerful factor that it seems hard for me looking back to see how the Cold War could've been avoided hello to the proof of that is that when Stalin died in the queue to Khrushchev came to power he immediately I mean within days began to try to diminish the Cold War in Eastern Europe right but I mean here's where you come up against this wall of personalities and history and some people don't think we should emphasize the role even the most powerful personality and other people believe we can't.

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"eastern europe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Well it's at so soulful and full of yearning and longing and beautifully sung by the way as well and I mean without knowing what it means you can you can feel that the magic of that weight could you say that this is the kind of you this version of the blues almost all I don't know the blues that's well I think yeah I guess so yeah it's it's since speaking from the sold primarily definitely very very soulful and with his symbol but the eighteenth century it was the Hasidic movement there became a dominant force in European Jewish life not many just briefly can you explain what this was so the acidic movement is a spiritual movement that emerged at the end of the eighteenth century beginning of the nineteenth century in Eastern Europe that was kind of scene is quite radical at the time because the sort of traditional model of Jewish life was sort of all centered around the issue of a which is a traditional Jewish academy where the main focus of study was and still is to this day the Tom wood which is a huge compendium of of Jewish law and the Pacific movement grew out of this idea that you could have a much more spontaneous and mystical relationship with the divine then was traditionally emphasized so there is that sort of an emphasis on like you know going out and playing in the in the forest and communing with nature and there was you know kind of a lot of emphasis on music and it was also very charismatic so it this movement grew to be a very widespread in popular movement among the Jews of Eastern Europe and all you dish speaking so we know that the has a the movement was popular it was very unorthodox for accessible and you song and dance during reach intense spiritual states an unknown the pulling of this has CITIC Jonah singing some of this unique to you discounts and of particular interest to you tell me more about I probably should saying something about then you got him which is a fantastic we into this culture for somebody who for example me who didn't know Hebrew you this and the and the goodness me means songs which is a melody tunes without any was a tool and they take you to to the divine without having to study tour without knowing she broke so a lot of these things are so maybe I should just wanna go ahead the yeah yeah you know the yeah yeah yeah thank that.

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"eastern europe" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Showdown between Louisiana state and Alabama was in contrast to the scene in game five of the World Series in Washington where he was booed and the mixed response to his parents at a martial arts fight in New York City in Berlin marking the thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the wall the Berlin Wall hated symbol of division between east and West Germany until communism began collapsing in Eastern Europe the United Germany has now become an economic engine for the world my friends very the last victim of a cartel ambush that slaughtered nine American women and children from a community of U. S. Mexican dual citizens in a corner of northern Mexico we're having gangsters in their midst has long been a fact of life CBS news course one moment Horta's some now worry about the Mormon community safety here are some people leaving the area there's been no talk of it because of the tragedy and they just don't want that to happen anymore the families whether the family was targeted or caught in the middle of a cartel battle their pain is magnified throughout Mexico where the murder rate is on track to hit a record high this year largely due to cartel violence even the police are targets last month fourteen police officers were killed in western Mexico Merrill Christine allowing for Johnson's the third in as many days Iraqi security forces are clear three bridges in Baghdad of anti government protesters using stun grenades and tear gassing clashes there among the heaviest since the unrest began last month three more protesters were killed in the southern city of Basra this is CBS news shop deals Black Friday sneak peek right now to save on business computers with Intel core processors plus free shipping call eight seven seven by Dale.

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"eastern europe" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Eastern Europe and northern Russia Asia Africa South America North India ocean and across parts of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans meanwhile as democratic presidential hopefuls head into their second debate pressures growing on the Democratic National Committee to approve a debate focused on climate change a final decision may come at the DNC meeting late next month the DNC resolutions committee will consider the issue first DNC chair Tom Peres opposes such a debate and had threatened to candidate Washington governor Jay Inslee that if you took part in them non official debate on the climb an emergency he be barred from future participation in the party's official debates act Tampa tossed reports young people are leading the growing calls for the Democratic National Committee to allow a presidential primary debate on climate change DNC officials so far have resisted the standalone debate saying they would have to hold other single issue contest as well but supporters reject this claim saying climate change actually encompasses many other issues Victoria Shay is the hub coordinator in Seattle for the sunrise movement a nationwide you fled group fighting for action on climate change itself already affecting and it touches on racial Dr acting on that justice in some way to could be a national security issue October may get you immigration where there'll be an influx of pilot rescue jeans if we can't solve this crisis the second round of democratic primary debates is taking place July thirtieth and thirty first in Detroit the sun rise movement plans to send about a thousand members to the city to rally for climate action on August twenty second the DNC will consider a resolution on a climate debate at their national meeting in San Francisco Washington state governor Jay Inslee was the earliest proponent of a climate debate and has rallied fourteen of the democratic challengers to support it Washington state Democratic Party chair teen upon the Taos ski draft of the resolution which also gain signatures from eight other state chairs she says the complicated issue isn't easy to address on short soundbites it has a fundamental impact on America to day and for America's future and frankly for the future of all of us and the current debate stage and cancel the way that it's set up really doesn't lend itself to a robust conversation the dusky acknowledges young people's passion for reacting to climate change too she says were her two sons who are in their early twenties this is the most important issue of the election they're really proud of me as their mom for doing this work for one and the call mom on the box is actually doing something that they and all of their friends you're excited about hearing from their leaders so Washington news service I'm Eric take it off and you're listening to the evening news on KPFA Berkeley KPFK Los Angeles KFC Fresno online at KPFA dot org hundreds of thousands of Porter Ricans jammed the island the biggest highway today in a show of force calling on governor Carter was saying no to resign immediately the protests were prompted by the leak of nearly nine hundred pages of online chance between the governor and his aides full of homophobic and misogynist slurs and even mocking the dead from hurricane Maria the Lincolns intensified long smouldering anger in the U. S. territory over persistent corruption and mismanagement by the island's two main political parties as severe debt crisis a sickly economy and a slow recovery from Maria which devastated Porter Rico in September of two thousand seventeen per se made his biggest concession yet in a speech yesterday the governor pledging he would not run for reelection resigning as party leader and apologizing again he said he had heard the Porter Rican people cal.

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"eastern europe" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"You and just to continue our conversations ten the Naples Maine eight ten what's on your mind are you doing John good what's up it's going to blow me away with all your property all right I'm not you know you talk about propaganda I'm watching this thing called newsmax right if you are you familiar with yeah it's a it's a it's a billionaire funded right wing yeah yeah yes me and got a night yeah I'm watching it in like they have this they have no black or white stuff on it it's about the old now Russians are you know how they will take it down and all that way back at your end of the nineteenth or twentieth century in that area and about the Bennett Dennis commercial on and then I had these these black screen and had this red writing on it just just total total total brainwashing are you sick of being true like such and such he shook up you put down washed up on shore Eastern Europe like back it was like I'm just so Albrecht yeah and then there's a commercial is what have you seen this one yet the trophy bear yeah this is it I don't use commercial data just comedy I'm exactly it's about satire insert it's real and and it's and it's not particular website that I don't want you to name again but there are several of them out there doing this right now Jim and the love the money that has been poured in the media over the last thirty years by Republican donors and and and Republican affiliated billionaires is absolutely massive and I remember going to Washington DC with Randy Rhoads a bunch of other talk show hosts back in and the mid two thousands during the bush campaign are the best bush administration and pleading with democratic senators to encourage their daughters and people they know the wealthy people if they know to by some media to start building out a progressive media infrastructure and basically just getting blown off I mean you know just getting blown off I I I I don't know how to how to describe it beyond that so any other there you are Tony in Cleveland a Tony quick one place looks to show me things talk about what just a couple of things you mentioned earlier the swamp and I was thinking about it and I I said well trying this one piece actually turned it into Jurassic Park yeah so that yeah that's a that's a it's a great metaphor on any in this is exactly what's happened he's put in oil lobbyist in charge of of interior is put a call lobbyist in charge of EPA he's now put a Raytheon lobbyist a defense lobbyist I in charge of the defense.

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"eastern europe" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And they'll knock ten percents off the annual plan that you choose. Okay. Plow hill, Pennsylvania, plowed Ville, Pennsylvania. Stanley where in Pennsylvania is plow Ville. Gotha. Reading forty five miles west of Philly. Great to have you. Thank you, very much, sir. Thanks for taking my call regarding Trump's comment on Venezuela. Venezuela from richest country in South America to a poor country due to socialism. Compare that socialism is not for America. All except the ladies in white continue to sit on their hindquarters, therefore, socialism, man, right? Yes. Yes. That's the biggest danger to America. I'm a first generation American my father came from eastern Europe. And I don't wanna hear about socialism in this country. People have been caught. You know, what to think and not how to think? Well, let me tell you something group. You may not wanna hear it about it the hear about it Stanley. But we were we were in. We're pretty far along down that road with Barack Obama, and then Trump wins if if Hillary Clinton had won we'd be there and. I shuttered if I literally shudder to think, and then when I realize so many blind Republicans wanted her to win simply because they think Trump is a bad person. They're just clueless. If Hillary Clinton had won, the kind of speech, we heard last night from Donald Trump would not be possible. It wouldn't occur to Hillary Hillary Clinton to want to achieve those kinds of things much less. Do it and much less. Brag about it. Or even talk about it as potential to the American left America is a failure of the American founding was a mistake. America is a present failure. It must be transformed. It must be reformed. Their openly advocating socialism Bernie Sanders. When the cameras cut to him when Trump promised no socialism ever. He was crushed Alexander SEO Cortez. Likewise livid in fact, grab audio sound bite. Number three. This is today on the TMZ gossip site website. They posted video of Alexandria. Okay. Cortez as she was leaving Capitol Hill after the state of the union at TMZ reporter said I noticed you got all excited when he said women were taking over what was that moment. Like for you. Really?.

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"eastern europe" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on KTOK

"Okay, plow Ville, Pennsylvania, plowing Ville, Pennsylvania. Stanley where in Pennsylvania is plow Ville, Gotha. Reading forty five miles west of Philly. Great to have you. Thank you, very much, sir. Thanks for taking my call regarding Trump's comment on Venezuela. Venezuela went from the richest country in South America to a poor country due to socialism. Compared that socialism is not for America. Applauded except the ladies in white continue to sit on her hindquarters. Therefore, socialism, man, right? Yes. Yes. That's the biggest danger to America. I'm a first generation American my father came from eastern Europe. And I don't wanna hear about socialism in this country. People have been caught. You know, what to think and not how to think? Well, let me tell you something group, you you may not wanna hear it about it the hear about it Stanley. But we were we were in. We're pretty far along down that road with Barack Obama. And then Trump wins. If if Hillary Clinton had won, we'd be there and. I shuttered. I literally shudder to think and and then when I realize so many blind Republicans wanted her to win simply because they think Trump is a bad person. They're just clueless. If Hillary Clinton had won, the kind of speech, we heard last night from Donald Trump would not be possible. It wouldn't occur to Hillary Hillary Clinton to want to achieve those kinds of things much less. Do it and much less. Brag about it. Or even talk about it as potential to the American left. Merica is a failure. The American founding was a mistake. America is a present failure. It must be transformed. It must be reformed. Their openly advocating socialism Bernie Sanders. When the cameras cut to him when Trump promised no socialism ever. He was crushed Alexander. Guess does. Likewise livid. In fact, grab audio sound bite. Number three. This is today on the TMZ gossip site website. They posted video of Alexandria. Okay. So Cortez as she was leaving Capitol Hill after the state of the union at TMZ reporter said I noticed you got all excited when he said women were taking over what was that moment. Like for you. Really?.

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"eastern europe" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"It will be free to tune in. Or if you're able to catch each talk when I heirs to peruse the archive of sessions that will be uploaded afterwards, perhaps the most appealing aspect of this project is the fact that it will truly it will be truly acceptable to developers. No matter where they're from each of the talks will be closed captioned and translated into Arabic Chinese English. French Japanese Portuguese Russian in Spanish covering almost every major and emerging games market in the world. It's the brainchild of lamb Leer co-founder in India Khan Rummy is male friend of the show and event organizer and voice. Actress Sarah Elmo. Ohio Senate Elma Elma. Goes Katie Greenbrier among other gone up. Come on. Are you can me shot at the Robbi? This is incredible. And like, wow. What a what a story he'd he tweeted this out a little very slowly these these few tweets have taken me like several years to prepare or something like that. And I attended last year last year's game developers conference. I attended a panel. He hosted the one reason to be panel. And for those who don't know that's kind of like this this panel where they gather marginalized voices from the game development community and a few years back. It was a panel of all women like Brenda Romero, Amy Hennig and this last year, it was basically developers from marginalized countries like some African countries some like far eastern Europe countries. I think and getting their takes on what's it like to? Be in this industry in such a marginalized community and Rami started the peace out by saying at the at the entrance to the GDP like show floor. There was this big wall with like a map of the globe and said like, hey, take a red dot and put it from where you're from and the sign read like g genie's game game industry from around the world or something that and he took a picture. They said that's not true. That's not the games industry from around the world. That's the games industry from the people who can afford to come to the game developers conference, which is here in San Francisco really expensive to attend. It's about like if you want to do everything it's like a thousand plus dollars just to say nothing of like getting a room or flights or whatever and international hassle. If you're from the country, and that's what I want to interject with is that, you know, if you don't know Rami, he's somebody who's been a friend for years and years and years has been through kinda funny million times, but not actually been on the content. I don't think we're trying to fix it for see what he's he's as you. See a very busy, man. I saw I saw this tweets. The thing about him is, you know, Romney knows entering the US so much that is soon as the Trump presidency began in everything got so complicated. He has helped dozens and dozens and dozens of people try to get in here and see that fail. See visas get to not while me Rummy used to have a website called like Rami gets random checks, and he's a tall Brown skinned Muslim. And it was well over fifty percent, it tracked every time. He was random check that an airport and so stuff like that. Yeah. Really hinders not just like the financial ability of developers to come to America for a show that they hopefully will get some benefit out of. But also their safety and can they get back home? Will they get in trouble will their family get in trouble for that developer being more public? You know, and so just the fact that this is happening and hopefully getting a swell of support is really important also kind of beco- Z three to because we're seeing place Asian pull out of east, and it's just like how can we do our own show? You know, what are you? You need right. And I think really embracing what the internet is in the ability that. Yeah. Okay. We're gonna do it. And we're gonna have talks up translate everywhere. Like, I feel like that's going to be the reach so many more people Nathan c from Oregon writes in two patriot dot com slash kind.

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"eastern europe" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"eastern europe" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Ninety s thirty thousand kids died every day last year half as many cancer deaths peaked in nineteen ninety one in two thousand eighteen twenty seven percent decline. An all time low in the nineteen fifties most humans on this planet. A majority of all people lived in extreme poverty. United Nations defines extreme poverty as living on less than two dollars a day. And in the nineteen fifties. Half of all humans live that way. Today. It's less than ten percent of the world's population. And let me ask you this question, you tell me what percent of the world's children have been vaccinated all the children all around the world. I don't just mean in the US and in west. Eastern europe. I mean, all the kids all around the world take into consideration eastern Europe Africa, South America Asia. India the Middle East, you tell me what percentage of the world's one year olds have been vaccinated. Eighty six percent have been vaccinated against diphtheria tetanus and protests eighty six percent. You know what? Twenty eighteen was the best year in human history. We have a long way to go. We have a lot of improvements that are necessary. But can we quit the pity party? Can we stop the sob stories of focusing so much on the negatives of how terrible things are because you know, what things are pretty darn good? And they're going to get even better. I'm RIC Edelman. You're listening to the RIC Edelman show excited to tell you that our new children's book, the squirrel manifesto has just received two really good book reviews. The midwest book review wrote it's delightfully entertaining while teaching a critically important skill that will benefit children the rest of their lives. The squirrel manifesto is an especially and unreservedly. Recommended addition to family preschool elementary school and community life. Collections and Finland for the kids wrote the beautifully illustrated book is the kind you would want to read to a very young child at bedtime. All the while stealthily building their financial.

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