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Fresh update on "europeans" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "europeans" discussed on AP News Radio

"On Monday U. S. travel restrictions will take effect for some African nations in an effort to contain the new variant of the corona virus the U. S. is joining the European Union Canada and Russia in restricting travel to and from about a half dozen nations in southern Africa and South Africa where this new variant micron was first detected cautious make sure there's no travel president Biden made the announcement to reporters during his thanksgiving break as he walked around and talked at Massachusetts what about the very 7 great concern spread rapidly says the travel ban does include exemptions for returning U. S. citizens permanent residents and spouses as long as they test negative hi Jackie Quinn

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World races to contain new COVID threat, the omicron variant

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 hrs ago

World races to contain new COVID threat, the omicron variant

"On Monday U. S. travel restrictions will take effect for some African nations in an effort to contain the new variant of the corona virus the U. S. is joining the European Union Canada and Russia in restricting travel to and from about a half dozen nations in southern Africa and South Africa where this new variant micron was first detected cautious make sure there's no travel president Biden made the announcement to reporters during his thanksgiving break as he walked around and talked at Massachusetts what about the very seven great concern spread rapidly says the travel ban does include exemptions for returning U. S. citizens permanent residents and spouses as long as they test negative hi Jackie Quinn

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Fresh "Europeans" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh "Europeans" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Go WTO P never miss a moment Good afternoon I'm Jenny gleick Thomas Robertson is our producer coming up the United States moves to restrict travel from South Africa as a highly infectious COVID variant emerges The FDA is examining potential side effects of a new pill designed to treat COVID President Biden recommends an overhaul of the nation's oil and gas leasing program on public land The world is confronting a new coronavirus variant sparking countries around the world to restrict travel from South Africa AP correspondent Ben Thomas reports The World Health Organization has named the variant with the Greek letter on Macron a WHO panel classifies it as a highly transmissible virus of concern That's the same category as the delta variant the world's most prevalent version of COVID-19 The panel says early evidence suggests an increased risk of re infection but the overall risks of acron are not yet known Medical experts have been warning against overreaction but a's discovery in Southern Africa have sent a chill through much of the world the United States and the European Union have announced new travel restrictions from the region I'm Ben Thomas Even with the pandemic still here Americans tried to have a normal Thanksgiving Thanksgiving holiday seemed back to normal after more muted celebrations last year With everyone being vaccinated we can all be around each other and not be as worried about getting sick But COVID cases are rising in 25.

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World takes action as new variant emerges in southern Africa

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 17 hrs ago

World takes action as new variant emerges in southern Africa

"Bilson has become the first European Union country to announce a case of the corona virus variant detected in South Africa well the seller since the age of all of us health minister Frank Vandenbroucke tells the media it's someone who came from abroad a person tested on November twenty two he was not vaccinated and had no prior infection Belgium has recently taken new measures in an attempt to keep a delta driven covert nineteen spike from spiraling out of control hoping that action now will save call Christmas next month south African scientists have identified a new version of the corona virus this week that they say is behind a recent spike in that cope with nineteen infections I'm Charles the last month

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EU wants to stop flights from southern Africa over variant

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 22 hrs ago

EU wants to stop flights from southern Africa over variant

"The European Union says it's planning to stop air travel from southern Africa to counter the spread of a new code of it nineteen variant as the twenty seven nation bloc is battling a massive spike in cases E. U. commission president see the land the land is proposing in coordination with the member states to activated the emergency brake to stop air travel from the southern African region while Germany's health minister says the last thing we need is to bring in a new variant that will cause even more problems with the nation facing a massive spike in delta variant cases already Germany says Sunderland's proposal could be enacted as soon as Friday night I'm Charles de Ledesma

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EC president urges EU citizens to get vaccinated

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

EC president urges EU citizens to get vaccinated

"European Commission president Ursula von delay and has urged E. U. citizens to get vaccinated and he's promoting the use of booster shots as Europe is at the heart of the new coded nineteen infection way I'm delaying the says nations need to convince more people to get the shots given a quarter you adults are still not fully vaccinated vaccination against covered nineteen save thousands of lives in the European Union but a new wave is hitting us and we need to step up axing nation further the European Commission president also makes clear the importance of taking up the offer of a booster shot says give us an even higher level of protection than the original vaccination they will prevent many hospitalizations and death than the lane reminds citizens you should get the booster shot six months after the original vaccination I'm Charles the last month

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EU says economic recovery threatened by COVID-19 resurgence

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

EU says economic recovery threatened by COVID-19 resurgence

"The European Union says an economic recovery across the block is threatened by a covert nineteen resurgence he uses the massive spiking cope with nineteen cases over recent weeks is threatening the bloc's recovery from the deep economic slump caused by last year's on the set of the pandemic and medical experts say the situation could get much worse the colony commissioner Paolo Gentiloni says the upbeat picture painted only two weeks ago when the E. U. executive raised its growth full cost for an economy bouncing back from the worst all the pandemic was now in doubt again I'm Charles the last month

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New hurdle for COVID-19 home testing -- the holiday season

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 d ago

New hurdle for COVID-19 home testing -- the holiday season

"Millions more home test for covert are hitting store shelves but will there be enough for Americans hoping to screen themselves before holiday gatherings after weeks of shortages chains like CVS and Walgreens now say they have ample supplies and recently lifted limits on how many can be purchased the shift comes after test makers ramped up production spurred by more than three billion in new purchasing contracts and assistance from the government despite the improving picture health experts warn that a winter surge could easily overwhelm supplies especially at holiday gatherings in colder weather continue sparking new outbreaks and they note the U. S. is still far from having the kind of cheap or free widespread testing scene in some European countries that were early adopters of the technology I'm Julie Walker

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 Study: US shoppers outspend Chinese to restore luxury market

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Study: US shoppers outspend Chinese to restore luxury market

"There's another sign of the global recovery with the market for luxury goods snapping back to pre pandemic levels a study from the bane consultancy forecasts global consumer spending on personal luxury goods things like high end accessories leather goods and apparel will spike by twenty nine percent this year to some three hundred and twenty five billion dollars that's right where it was in twenty nineteen and a turnaround from the gloom of the twenty twenty pandemic lockdowns that shuttered stores and halted international travel US consumers have at least temporarily supplanted the Chinese is the biggest spenders accounting for one third of all sales this year Chinese shoppers account for about twenty three percent on par with the Europeans still the larger global luxury market which extends to high end travel dining fine art and furnishings continues to lack twenty nineteen levels I'm

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'Eurotrash' Author David Harsanyi Shares His Thoughts on Brexit

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

'Eurotrash' Author David Harsanyi Shares His Thoughts on Brexit

"Welcome back to one on one with mitigated columnist David harsanyi. Well, let's grasp the nettle by the thorn Brexit. What does Brexit mean? Is it the last saving grace? Is it the Hail Mary? Or is it irrelevant in terms of the Euro trash ideas of the continent? Because at the end of the day, it's not the continent. It's the UK and it's the UK rejecting the bad ideas. Well, what is the geo strategic or historic import of those 17 million breaths saying thanks, but no thanks. Now, as you know, the British have always been a poor fit I think in the European Union or fit, the French didn't really even want them to be part of it initially. They are far more far less controlled than ever took on the currency. They're more free market oriented in general. The British are my favorite my favorite people in Europe because we come from them. We are their spawn. We have there. It's their ideas that made America great. I think they manifested in more better ways here in the long run and the British sort of abandoned many of them, but in general I'm a fan and I'm a fan of Brexit. But does it really change much? I don't think so. I mean, the so called conservatives in Britain are just in Europe, there is no real ideological right. There is a nationalistic right, perhaps. There is sort of a status right. But there aren't very many classical liberals on the right. There are some, I'm not saying, but when you have these governments, it's usually just once status party against another, which is what's happening now, probably in Britain for the most part. So I don't think it changes much in the trajectory of Europe itself. Obviously, it's different. I'm a bigger fan of Britain than Germany, but in the end, neither cold a torch to hold a candle to the United

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'Eurotrash' Author David Harsanyi and the Joke That Is European 'Tolerance'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 2 weeks ago

'Eurotrash' Author David Harsanyi and the Joke That Is European 'Tolerance'

"Welcome back to the author of Euro trash, David her son. Let's talk about tolerance. The leftists or the elitists in D.C. and the bike coastal areas in the United States seem to have this never ending love affair with Europe. They see themselves as tolerant. How tolerant is Europe today. I'll just tell one story that may flabbergast the listeners, but I'm sure you can give other ones from across the continent where the British police are actually policing hate speech to the extent that if you say something that is not politically correct, you may find police officers knocking on your door because of something you put on Facebook. Not inciting a crime, but simply because some groups of minority felt disenfranchised by your words. David, talk to us about just how tolerant Europe has lately become. Well, I have stories in that in that regard too, but I think first, I'll just talk about the insanity of anyone believing that Europe is more tolerant than us. It's simply an incredible thought to even grasp on to because there is literally not one ethnic minority that is properly assimilated into European cultures. I mean, there is generational poverty and high unemployment in Germany from Turkish immigrants that have been there for since the 1950s. It just goes from generation to generation. In France outside of major cities like Paris, there are just huge ghettos of North African immigrants. We have never been assimilated into society. In America, I live near D.C. here. I have neighbors from all over the world in all kinds of situations in fact from situations that they would be killing each other if they were in Pakistani is living next to Indians, et cetera. I mean, the idea that America is not tolerant is absurd. We are, of course, imperfect, of course, we have things to fix. We're human beings and all of that. But as a system goes, there has been no place more welcoming to other people. We all know this because we're all different people in a way. And we all accept a certain set of ideals that allow us to live together in peace. That is not really the case in most European

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What Is 'Eurotrash'? Author David Harsanyi Tells Us

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:12 min | 2 weeks ago

What Is 'Eurotrash'? Author David Harsanyi Tells Us

"But he is now the author of Euro trash. Why America must reject the failed ideas of a dying continent. David harsany welcome to one on one here on America first. Thank you so much for having me. Appreciate it. All right, so we're gonna dive deep into why you wrote this book and what you have to tell Americans. But let's start with, you know, the taxonomy. You've got to start with the definitions. What is Euro trash? Well, it's many things. I think it has a layered a granular meaning. The first, of course, is the book concentrates on Euro files here in America who believe that Europeans are elites academics, pundits, newspaper editors who believe that Europe does things better than we do. I think that I'm calling those policy trash. And maybe the people who love Europe, you know, in that way as well. Obviously, it's not about the average European person, but rather the people who run Europe, the people, the ideas that propel modern Europe right now and just generally the idea that we have to be more like them, which I think is severely

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 Suspected hackers arrested in global ransomware crackdown

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Suspected hackers arrested in global ransomware crackdown

"European security officials say two suspected hackers have been arrested in a global ransomware crackdown the arrests were part of a seventeen country operation involving the U. S. something deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco appeared to foreshadow within eighty P. interview last week in the days and the weeks to come you're going to see more arrests more seizures officials say the two suspects are accused of ransomware attacks resulting in five thousand infections the justice department's been tried to address a ransomware wave that it calls a national security and economic threat Sager

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EU warns Britain: Don't press the emergency Brexit button - Reuters UK

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

EU warns Britain: Don't press the emergency Brexit button - Reuters UK

"The possibility of a pace brexit trade who is getting closer as both the United Kingdom and European Union remain at the standoff over Northern Ireland and fishing licenses the tension between the two sides was aggravated after the U. K. rejected ET proposals to streamline the trade of goods in northern islands before the talks Britain's brexit minister David frost said they were hopeful the E. you would address the concerns of northern Ireland's when negotiating this significant gap between us if that gap narrows and the commission listened to what we said in the compound type and look at the situation in Northern Ireland then maybe that will help us with excellent however that the U. K. government said the latest proposals did not address what they call fundamental difficulties in addition to the Northern Ireland question both sides also made no progress in negotiations it was symbolically important U. K. fishing licenses all France talks

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Several Ethiopian armed opposition groups to form alliance

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Several Ethiopian armed opposition groups to form alliance

"Ethiopia's Tigray forces adjoining all the armed groups to form an alliance against prime minister admits after a year of war that has killed thousands of people the new union include Citigroup forces as well as the aroma Liberation Army and seven all the groups from around the country the alliance now known as the United front of Ethiopian federalist forces was signed into being in Washington organizers say the group will be both political and military with the aim of deposing prime minister Abiye admits to seek a political transition after a year of devastating war US special envoy Jeffrey Feltman this meeting with officials in the European capital amid calls for an immediate ceasefire and talks I'm Karen Thomas

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The Same Politicians Leading Climate Change Are the Same Leading American Marxism

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

The Same Politicians Leading Climate Change Are the Same Leading American Marxism

"As bad as the hurricane season was for certain areas of the country it wasn't a horrific hurricane season For most of the country So I don't downplay the the terrible nature of the hurricane that did hit What I'm saying is the one as many Now does that mean there's global warming or not global warming No We have literally no control over this No control whatsoever And it's the same people who push critical race theory It's the same people who push transgenderism as a movement It's the same people who oppose capitalism It's the same people who went open borders Have you noticed that It's the same people who attacked the heart and soul and core of this nation that embrace this climate change degrowth movement These politicians do not have the kind of knowledge they want you to believe they have Science doesn't either It's simply doesn't They're great disputes over this whether man can even contribute to it whether he does if it matters if it gets warmer if that's bad or good whether it's the sun whether it's God knows what This isn't resolved In any respect but because it means seizing private property rights seizing your labor your physical and intellectual labor in the form of your income Bullying you around telling you what to do and how to do it The same American Marxist movement and the European Marxist movement that is trying to fundamentally transform human nature to re-engineer society As glommed on to this

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 US, EU reach agreement to settle rift over Trump-era tariffs

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

US, EU reach agreement to settle rift over Trump-era tariffs

"US and the European Union are settling the diplomatic rift over trump era steel and aluminum tariffs the White House says the tariffs won't be removed entirely but under a new agreement with the E. U. some quantity of European steel and aluminum will be allowed to enter the U. S. without tariffs in exchange the E. U. is dropping retaliatory tariffs and will ensure steel entering the U. S. via Europe is produced entirely in Europe in twenty eighteen the trump administration place taxes on E. U. steel and aluminum on the claim that foreign products produced by American allies were a threat to US national security that justification outraged Europeans and other allies prompting counter tariffs on an array of U. S. made goods including motorcycles and Bourbon peanut butter and jeans I'm

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What’s behind the fishing dispute between the UK and France? - Aljazeera.com

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

What’s behind the fishing dispute between the UK and France? - Aljazeera.com

"Britain and France are being told to sold out that pays breaks at specific fishing rights which is escalating by the day many fear the disagreement could lead to a French blockade of British fishing boats and trucks please resign a tiny part since the disputed directly affecting his business what is stopped we will build volume official bill to export into the source of our faith countries are accusing each other of being in breach of the post brexit trade agreement that both sides signed before Britain left the European Union Britain has said it was actively considering launching legal action if fonts gay street with threats of a blockade jazzy Fishman pizza Kay says the spot is the leasing game for both sides he's got to wait that will be no witness I need to be loose Karen Thomas

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Biden, Europeans take up Iran nuclear program in Rome talks

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden, Europeans take up Iran nuclear program in Rome talks

"As well as leaders meeting ran for the G. twenty summit president Joe Biden will discuss with European allies how best to deal with Iran president that he thought you needed a minute ago if you arrived at the summit Bijan will sit with the leaders of Germany France and Britain to discuss strategy with Iran hopes are on a diplomatic resolution however plans will be discussed on what to do if Iran declines to return to the negotiating table by Dan is trying to revive the twenty fifteen nuclear deal so that Iran holds itself it's towards building a potential nuclear weapon unlike with the previous US administration this time the US and Europeans all have a similar outlook compute point on how best to contain Iran's nuclear ambitions I'm Karen Thomas

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What Is a 'Sole Purpose' Nuclear Policy?

Mark Levin

00:45 sec | Last month

What Is a 'Sole Purpose' Nuclear Policy?

"Although some allies believe Biden will refrain from setting a no first use policy in the review most remain concern he's considering a policy known as sole purpose unquote which would make clear the United States would use nuclear weapons only in narrowly prescribed sets of circumstances such as to deter a direct attack on the U.S. retaliate after a strike This would be a huge gift to China and Russia won European officials said American policy towards the use of nuclear weapons has since the Cold War remained intentionally vague Suggesting the U.S. could use them preemptively and allowing allies in both Europe and Asia a clear sense of protection under the American nuclear umbrella

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"europeans" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"europeans" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Millions of Europeans have freely lived, worked and studied in the UK for decades. But Brexit means that those rights are no longer automatically granted, Britain's government introduced a settlement plan for the country's large European migrant community in 2019. And the deadline for applications is Wednesday from Thursday. Any European migrant who hasn't applied will lose their legal right to work and access some hospital treatments or welfare benefits in the UK. Meanwhile, the freedom of Movement that over one million Britons have long enjoyed in EU countries is also ending. Charles London after wing activists and relatives of people killed and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is anti drug campaign and marked the start of his last year in office. With a noisy protest town hall dot com. Under arrest in Colombia, An alleged Romanian hacker who's virus is said to have infected more than a million computers over five years starting in 2000 and seven Mi High heel note upon Ehskoo faces computer intrusion and banking fraud charges in New York, where prosecutors say he was part of a ring of criminals that developed and spread the Ghozi virus and other forms of malware. That were used to steal money from bank accounts. Prosecutors say that Ghozi infected computers in at least eight countries, including the United States, Germany, Finland and the United Kingdom. Victims included individuals, corporations and also computers belonging to NASA. Keith Peters reporting top health official in Australia's Queensland state advising adults under 40 not to take the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine because of the risk of a rare blood clotting disorder, even though the Australian government is making those shots available to all adults. More on these stories, a town hall dot com It's Macy's July 4th cell with an extra 20%.

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"europeans" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"europeans" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Hello everyone, and thank you for tuning into the weekly report Europeans are waking up to government covid tyranny. Why are we still asleep tens of thousands of Germans marched through Berlin on Saturday proclaiming day of freedom and demanding an end to government mandated facemask and social distancing. The UK and Netherlands also saw a huge protest against their governments to radical actions in response to the coronavirus outbreak according to media accounts, Berlin protesters held signs reading we are being forced to wear a muzzle. Natural defense instead of vaccination and we are making noise because you are stealing our freedom. Good for them the New York Times tweeted that the masses of Berlin demonstrators we're all Nazis and conspiracy theories because the paper of record really want us to believe there were perhaps a million Nazis active in the streets of Berlin. Wouldn't that be alarming? The fact is, Europeans, are realizing that our government mandated lockdowns did little or nothing to protect them from the virus while causing economic catastrophe and untold human suffering. They likely looked around and noticed Sweden which never locked down its economy rejected face mass and kept us restaurants and other places of business open. A fair any worse than the countries that have been turned into air prisons for much of the year in fact, Sweden lower death rate from the virus. Then strict lockdown states like the UK and France. No wonder people are starting to get angry. Unfortunately while the Europeans are waking up, Americans are still asleep as our freedoms continue to be trampled while Europeans demand and then to government tyranny here we see states miniscule new deaths returning to lockdown it is as if all the wannabe tyrants from mayors, governors are finally realizing their secret dreams ruling by decree their dreams are nightmares, New Jersey, governor feel Murphy puts citizens on notice that he will lock the stain down if people dare to go outside without a face mask or even to have guests inside their own houses. What. kind of politician puts his own constituents on notice? It is not as if the experts even looking into treatments for the viral infection doctors who report their own successful experience treating ovid patients with hydrocare Quinn, for example, are ridiculed, censored and even fired from their jobs. The rush to silence America's frontline doctors last week, and to disappear there video down the memory hole should terrify anybody still believes in free speech. No, they say we must keep lockdown and mask. Until we have a vaccine, the US government is dumping billions of dollars into a vaccine that may be less than sixty percent effective to prevent a virus that has something like, Hey, ninety nine, point eight, percent survival rate. What kind of math is that how many may be harmed more by the vaccine than help? We probably will never know because the US government has just granted big Pharma immunity from liability claims. If the vaccine produces damaging side effects, they keep moving the goalposts posts to keep us terrified and isolated I. It was body counts and then cases the numbers have been so widely off that is hard to trust any reporting. People are getting angry they are confused. They are facing an economic depression of historic proportions. The, worst of all, the air watching, as Leviathan, government snatches every last bit of freedom. Three cheers for the Europeans that's hope America wakes up soon. Thanks for listening..

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"europeans" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"europeans" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"For months Europe was under a lockdown during the pandemic borders were closed people stayed home and the number of corona virus cases plummeted. . Now restrictions are lifting and in some places, , cases are rising especially among young adults. . The Wall Street Journal's boy on Pinch. . Husky is covering the story from Berlin. . Hey, , there boy on hi there. . Hello and boy on. . We're seeing arising cases in Europe. . Especially among young people, , why is this happening? ? Yeah. . We'll see markets been six almost six months of this pandemic and people and especially young people seem to be growing tired of the measures right? I ? mean they. . Of course, they , know what measures are. . I think at some point old them have respected the measures as much as they could. . But now you see sort of a widespread. . Fatigue with with the restrictions and people you know are just kind of eager to get on with things. . What happens here in Berlin is impacting park where Around the corner from where I live you pretty much have almost every night a legal of mass party of ranging from dozens to hundreds of young people. . In, , their teens or in their early twenties who kind of congregate with kind of music you know they have this Internet speakers and they play their own music and they bring their own booze and and some of them bring their own drugs. . And they have these parties because the clubs are closed and Berlin is famous for its club scene is one of the sort of landmarks of the city. . Really. It's . one of the tourist attractions of the German capital the. . Nightlife and it's all shutdown. . It's been shut down since March? ? and. . I guess young people have found a way to kind of circumvent that. . And, that's , also true of other cities in Germany. . You know you have more or less clandestine parties some of them are not that. . They take place Frankford the couple of weeks ago there was A. . Big Impromptu Party. . On in a central square and to the point where the police had to intervene, , and there was some sort of altercation people throwing bottles at the police and so on. . So we have parties taking place. . We also have travel opening up across the E U people can move once again. . Is. . That also play a role. . Well, , yes authorities have said medical authorities in several countries including Germany hap- said that serve her the reopening of the border some the continent than the serve. . The restarting starring of the season has played a role in the rise of the number of cases and spread of the infection. . Essentially, , quite quite a few of the small outbreaks in Germany. . Now are said by the authorities to be due to people coming back from tourist hotspots such as Spain and bringing the virus with them and then infecting their communities. . So definitely, , there has been a factor I mean, , if you look at Greece and Croatia to and Spain. . Three countries that have major tourism industries all of them had the very low level of infection until July, , when when tourism, kind , of re started and all them are reporting. . An uptaken figures to various degrees. . G-GREE-GREECE has a smaller uptake but but Spain has a huge uptake. . Angry show was down two zero before the tourist season started, and , now now they also are struggling with with a resurgence of of the infection. .

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"europeans" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

PPRO Podcast

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"europeans" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

"Is similar to what you may know from paypal or other payment options. And this account can also hold money when there is a refund. Meaning the merchant initiates by our interphase refund. Call to US wants to. Customer has informed emergent at. He doesn't like to shoes or shoes. Don't fit. And we will then just credit the amount to to customers pay cash account. And from there he can either transferred to a bank account or use it for consecutive pay cash payments in the future, and is there actually an upper limit to how much I can spend with pace cash? Yes so do very close. Look of the regulatory bodies and Law Enforcement Institution on cash in general, and even worse out of their perspective for cash online. We comply with all the AML. Requirements so. What we have currently in our product is maximum transaction volume of one thousand euro per transaction, and also we have cumulated volume of customer in timeframe, so the monthly or annually, which depends on how good we already know the customer, so how well the KYC processes advanced meaning when you first do your first transactions and we have dated your email address and phone number you can spend. Spend up to two thousand five hundred euros in a year, and if you WANNA spend more with pay cash, and we actually want to know you a little bit better, so you have to make four Kyc so-called full due-diligence, and once we have insurance. Did you are the one who you claim you are You can spend up to two thousand five hundred euros every month with pay cash, okay? In Europe and North America where pay cash is available. There isn't such developed market for online cash payments. How large do you guys figure? The market is for this kind of payment. Get a lot of people ask me a lot about the Latin. America Asia Africa I. Totally. Get the cash part of things but why Europe and North America. And actually the target group we face. Your is bigger than many of us may think. So I already mentioned, shoppers did are really concerned about security as well as people with insufficient access to banking services and the letter alone account for more than one hundred, thirty million in continental Europe, but there's also a use case where even you and me could become the target group for pay cash. Just imagine if we leave now. The ECOMMERCE part for a second and imagine you have a bank account with a one of the new challenge banks like. Bank or revolution, and these business models are by default ninety five percents online only, but there's one thing all of these revolutionary banking systems cannot ignore which is cash and the amount of cash in circulation in the euro-zone increases by almost eight percent every year, since two thousand and two, so it's far from getting relevant and these businesses while the withdrawal side. Side is mainly covered with any kind of cards to issue. There's still the question of how do we actually handled the posits a? How do you get cash money onto your bank account and with our solution with pay cash, we actually offer also those customers and their end customers, a truly international solution to load cash onto for example online bank accounts without the. The need of walking into a competitive bank branch, so for these kind of use cases, not only security secrets, or on the banked people are into target group of paces cash, but you and me could be. That's basically also one reason why we concentrate on on European and North America. That's really interesting. Actually hadn't heard about that feature of cash. See you can. Can actually go to shop hand over money, and then it would be transferred to your pay. Save Cash Account. Would you get then transfer to a bank account well, not quite so for example if we would work with challenge bank, and they have their customer relationship why they're banking APP on their phone, and the offer an option, which says deposit cash and. The customer would press deposit cash. You most likely be ask okay. How much do you want a deposit? And then we would for this customer of this particular bank generators bar code the cash barcode, which tend the dean consumer could used to go to one of our payment. Points present the Barcode pay the money, and like you would pay for your pair of shoes from the earlier example, you would actually credit this or deposit dead money on your bank account so Robert How exactly would this cash deposit service work with pay cash? Do I have to have a certain bank? No actually it all starts at the merchant side so similar to the retail example. We had to video. When you check out. You presented with all the options. It would work similar. Leave for for any kind of bank or challenge bank, so you would have your APP. You would select the option I want to deposit. Cash would eventually define an amount. You would like to load and in the next step we would generate for this particular customer and Amount Barcode, which he didn't can take to one of our payment points have it scanned? They're paid via amount cash and soon as that's. That's done. It's going to be debited or credited to his bank account. I can fast that using pay cash with the bank is an interesting idea. It's that I had actually thought of before. What other kind of industries are you guys looking at targeting with basic? Jeffrey tried to either create benefit for a merchant or Silva problem. So while there's pretty clear value proposition towards financial services. It's just described accessing the huge amount of cash out there and digital. Is it the other industries such as for example utilities where we would solve the problem because a lot of utilities in the European? Economic area have an obligation to accept cash in order to not discriminate people who, for whatever reason do not have the ability to pay their bills with any other mean like bank transfer a credit card. So they have to have a cash option and currently solvent with having their own outlets, and we would enable them to use pay cash to decentralize their cash collection network outsource the cost factor of it and make it more convenient, forty and consumer so there we would solve. A problem entered US operational costs, the utility area, and the third pillar we look at is the one we also had before is typical e-commerce market where? Where we would offer merchants D only payment option which addresses one hundred percent of the target group independently of any kind of other payment options they may have. Everyone has access to cash. And now we enabled also ecommerce merchants to address everyone with a cash payment option, and who are the people using pay cash? Do you have any information about if it's male female? What aged skews towards and what? They're actually buying with cash? So in contrast to pace as card, which is a payment option, which is very popular in younger generations, and where we address a lot of the Gamer and Gambler community, the people who use pay safe cash, and also was one of the intention we had in. Mind is much broader in terms of H. in terms of social background and I think as the as the examples we discussed already show the typical pay save cash user is hardly to pin down because it strongly relates to. The merchants offer pay safe cash while with the. We may address to security seekers which are. Like on the the older side of the spectrum and people who don't have any other choice to pay with it on the financial services in challenge, our bankside, we may address their customers, which are rather younger tech Savvier, but still have access to cash obviously. And with the Utility case, we actually address everyone who needs.

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"europeans" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

PPRO Podcast

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"europeans" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

"It's a new product from well known company, Pay Save Card, and in Europe it fills a gap in the pain and ecosystem that has not been well exploited namely pain for goods online cash today. I'm joined by Robert Albrecht Head of new business pay save cash to discuss the product. Robert. Thank you so much for joining me. Happy to be here for having me so pain for goods, online with cash is a really odd and foreign idea to a lot of people. Can you just explain how someone can pay for goods online? Sure pleasure, but before I answered the actual. How let me try to answer one part of your questions before a comment on it when you said that paying with cash for goods online, maybe a little bit odd. Because to me may be very well. Appear strange to use a physical payments will for digital shopping. However, cash is still the most popular payment option worldwide. You just have to be aware that eighty to eighty five percent of all transactions are paid in cash, and so that paints a pretty clear preference of people using cash, and we here at the pace passive car. Car We try to bridge that gap between online and offline and give people the option to use their preferred payment option online as well and top of that actually unfortunately still significant amount of people without having no proper access to services, and therefore also to the world of digital payments, and also we want to enable these people to participate in e commerce. As it's the future of shopping and last, but not least people are extremely worried these days about security of their financial later online, and with cash and Pay Safe Castro product I'm promoting. Here is the fact that there was no financial data required at all, so it's absolutely safe, so pay safe cash. There's obviously a massive market there. People are maybe using this for security reasons, and it's obviously paying for goes. Online is quite common and countries. Countries that are under banked like in Latin America, but how does it the actual technical side of it? Work is from a user experience point of view. It's quite similar to the process. You're already familiar with, so you go online. Select the products and goods. You would like to purchase, and eventually you are asked how you would like to pay, and you are presented with all the payment options you have and merchant who offers pace save cash. Cash will just be one additional option at this point in time, so you will see an option to to ask you how you want to pay cash for your purchase and wants to customers select that option. we generate a barcode for this particular purchase and amount. And this Barcode, this customer can then take to one of our payment partners or payment points where we provide a very dense network off around. Fifteen thousand payment points in currently twenty four countries predominantly in Europe, and a customer just simply presents the bar code in the payment point for scanning it is scanned by determined like any other products like a box of milk, and the customer will be asked for g amount, and that's it. It's done once. You successfully paid this scan barcode at the off line. Shop your online. Online purchase has just been successfully paid with cash now. Does someone have to just run down to the corner marketing immediately after clicking the Bible or is there a little bit of a gap there? There's of course gap, and this gap is actually manageable by the merge, or the shop offers pay safe cash, so the Barcode has a certain validity time the time between the. The creation, and when it needs to be paid and the merchant Kansas side how long this should be, and the requirements vary depending on the nature of the product, so you retail shops prefer more shorter time for payment as they need to reserve the product in the back end, while other customers like for example, charities offer cash as a donation for him or want their customers. Customers to be able to pay the Bar chords over over days and weeks, and maybe even month so the time is manageable and flexible, based on the merged entity transactions and more, we see currently on average for all over customers, and when I say customers I mean merchants, the average time between creation and payment over Baracuda is around four and a half hours so rather short. Once the cash is handed over at the shop. Does the merchant automatically have a warning that it's been paid, or is there also a little bit of a delay there? Well, we will informed emergent in almost real time of successful payment, so we we have a short period of time which we call the grace period of a couple of minutes on more than five minutes at the point of sale, where may happen something for some reason to transaction needs to be cancelled because customer changes, mind or not enough money in his pocket, or for whatever reason so we have this little security buffer at the US, and after that we will inform the merchant at turns. Action has been successfully done. or perform, and he can ship the product so really. It's almost the exact same time frame as it would be. If someone was purchasing with credit card online correct and the beauty of it is from that moment on when we get the notification from the US that the money has been paid. We also guarantee one hundred percent of that payment to the merchant. So then we are actually liable for all the money arriving at the merchant switching a little bit security here you'd mentioned already that for consumers security online purchases is a massive and pay cash is a really good means of controlling the information that they. For merchants, it's a little bit trickier right so how merchants protected with pay, said Gosh there's one important aspect when you pay with cash and not credit card for example or with bank transfer. There's absolutely no risk of chargebacks. So once is money is paid. There's no or when you pay transaction with cash. There's no option to use fraudulent financial data or stolen financial data, so the merchant with this payment method is one hundred percent protected again any kind of chargebacks, plus we guarantee all the money which we collected for emerging and is this provides an extra security layer for the merchant in terms of fraud. and also we will monitor on our systems, the each and every transaction for suspicious behavior. Therefore we! We can be pretty short at the transactions we have, and we conduct with pay cash with the learnings. We generated from Pay Save Card. Are Almost for free, so let's say that I went. Online and I go to Amazon. I bought a new pair of shoes I tried to shoes on at home. They don't actually fit I. paid with pay cash. How do I return my goods and giving back so? So, returns and refunds are handled also via pacers cash. That's one of the advantages over other cash payment options like cash on delivery, for example, because with pay safe cash upon the first payment, a customer does with pay cash. We create an account for him, so he just needs to enter some personal information, and we create an account which.

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"europeans" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"europeans" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The most Europeans this is the sum from life the full coronavirus cleared the streets in Belarus though they're all still crowns and buses and the metro this will pull this is the last league still running on the entire continent because president Alexander Lukashenko Kansi bought all the coronavirus fuss is about we can go he skated over to a state TV reporter after hockey match Ron and viruses he said can you see any flying around she shook her head this is the same man whose claims working the fields with tractors could help prevent covert nineteen he also suggested a shot of vodka bottle presence may be decided to ignore the situation and pretend that nothing is going on serious so the leaders of our football decided to keep playing because I like say a Dinamo Minsk fan he points out that is no opposing the man whose rules battery since the nineteen nine says but more and more people are worried about this pandemic we're not the first country in the world that face the the virus so you telling sloughed off the virus first but then it went worse and worse I'm afraid that these attitudes of our authorities and our people could lead to the same results soon.

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"europeans" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

09:25 min | 2 years ago

"europeans" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Hello everybody and thank you for tuning into the liberator report with me today. Daniel McAdams. But he's not into studio and we are connected but he will participating being Daniel. Welcome to our program. Good morning our you very well and we're ready to talk about something going going on in the news right day dealing with With Iran as as so often happens and that has to do with how the Europeans have been dancing around this whole issue. You of the JCP When we got out of course we blame the the the Iranians for it which was You know fake news and the Europeans hinted well we shouldn't get out of. This is a pretty good deal. We should be training. You know trading with Iran and they made their arguments for this in which sounded like well maybe there will be some dissension but There was not a lot of optimism on our part that that would be that would happen because the announcement now is. Guess what they're capitulating. They are yielding trump. Trump says his idea strong American nationalism is is that we use sanctions wholeheartedly in teach people lessons and it can be almost anybody now Europeans. He's threatening if you guys don't come with us. We're going to put sanctions on you to even if you are our European allies so That meant that the Europeans had to make the decision and yesterday they made that decision and that is elicited. It'll a lot of chaos in this relationship On what will come next. Yeah it's remarkable Dr Paul for how the European leaders like Murkland macron. Pretend that they can't stand trump they can't stand doing business with them They always bow the always dance. When told the dance by the US and as you point out when unilaterally pulled out of the deal negated the deal The European said well. We're not gonNA renege on our on our deal we're going to. We're going to find a way we're going to continue in the whole deal is you know was simply too Provides an extra safeguards because of all the claims False of course Iran was pursuing a nuclear weapon not even our CIA believing that they were but this this was just an additional safeguards that were built into the deal I and when the US pulled out the European said well we're not gonNA pull out as well so we'll we'll continue to trade. We'll continue to. Oh by the deal. And we'll try to David but in fact it was a lot of empty talk because they did nothing you know the. US In post-secondary sanctions on Iran. which which says that any country because we're putting our sanctions back on any country? Trade with Iran is going to be subject to our sanctions and when that happened essentially you told it like a house of cards. Yes and it's changed a little bit more in lining up the country's if four and against each other even know that existed before the treaty was not an ideal libertarian treaty but it was a move in trying to control around developing developing nuclear weapons and to me our institute. It was foolish for us to just to get out of it. One thing that is done In a up in a realistic manner is this has pushed pushed the three countries that Together Iran and Iran Iran Russia and China. They're alive their alliance is stronger than ever. Yeah but you know what happened yesterday rested and you pointed it out to the French and German triggered the dispute resolution mechanism within the JCP away agreement and essentially honestly what this is This will kill the deal And that's why it is go traumatic capitulation to trump trump trump and Netanyahu donahue but this mechanism joke into the deal essentially. What it says it if if if the STARNER'S JCP disputed that they're not able to get over and then what? The Europeans claim is that the Iranians are violating the deal. Because as you know every two months since the US arrest pulled out of the Iranians and this is within some clauses of the agreement thirty six and thirty seven article JCP away. They have the right to back off of some of their obligations. And so that's exactly what they did. They say hey we will go back and we will review of the Gatien's if the US honors the the deal. The Europeans honor the deal and and start trading with us and intentions. The Europeans never did so the Iranians kept backing off every two months on schedule And nothing happened so now all of a sudden the European slipped out and said hey uranian violating the deal when in fact they were within their rights. But the the big Talker Paul and this is why the deal will be dead is it. Here's a mechanism once it's invoked which it has been yesterday the signers of the do have fifteen days chart funding solution Russian if they fail the four ministers of those countries have another fifteen days to find a solution if they don't find it any signer of the. JCP Oh hey can kick it up to the UN Security Council and this is where it gets tricky because the way that it's built into the agreement the UN Security George Council month for of Iran which off because the US would block any vote in favor of your one if they don't vote in favor of your run all the actions automatically snap on Iran from the UN and that's it it's binding on all call on all countries in the UN including Russia and China. So that would bring a real question as to what happens but this is put into motion as if yesterday so you can. Today's goodbye to the deal in hollow to the parts of an increased possibility of war with Iran. Which of course the neo cons and? That's an Yahu. I'm sure thrilled about about you. Know the the tree is Harley a clear example of globalism but it does show you know diplomacy and talking with each other an and maybe diminishing the threat of nuclear war and moving in the right direction but you know Some of the people see this though. These international the national agreements whether their trade agreements are or military agreements as as a form of globalism. But I'll tell you. What if we undermined tonight? I if the European Union which never deserved to be put together I if it gets under by which it is. That doesn't necessarily solve the problem. Because who's GonNa who's GonNa set the orders and that is of course America first and we have a powerful leader in America first movement and it just it just changes Who's doing the dictating? And how are they sharing this so I see a very dangerous situation here. Because then what that what does it forces the military confrontation with the various groups and It looks like the Europeans decided. Well we don't want to go on on our own you know we we have to do. What the American government says and what The American President say so they of course they capitulated so so and I think you're absolutely right Dan they're not gonNA put this back together again. But this is one of the reasons why I was always a bit skeptical. Typical of those kinds of agreements. You know yes I want. Diplomacy I want some agreements. I WANNA move away from conflict but these types of conflicts You know don't don't seem to work very well. I my attitude has generally been. We have riding obligation to defend our country country. But that doesn't mean we have to be involved internationally like NATO United Nations and all these things thinking that this type of approach is going to make it work better. I I never believed that. And that's why you know that We can have a strong national defense and you can have friends and allies is and you can have trading partners but you don't have to have these Agreements where so-called multilateral agreements. No no matter who they are and what happens to them. We have committed our troops and our money. And all these things. So this is not a surprise to me. but I'm not optimistic. That all of a sudden something More Libertarian non interventionist will evolve. Yeah and if in fact there's the attack now de facto. There will be no more deals because who in the right mind would make you deal with the. US backs out whenever it wants. And now even the Europeans the French French and the Germans will back out at the behest of the US who who would make a deal. It's ironic because by by the US and the EU behaving in mismanaged toward their obligations under this treaty. Under this deal. They're actually as you point out in the opening of the show. They're pushing Iran closer into the arms of Russia and China. And maybe that's what they what they want. But if it's a war.

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"europeans" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"europeans" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Europeans are on edge following to stabbing attacks on Friday two people are dead after being stabbed on the London Bridge and what British police are calling a terror attacks Metropolitan Police commissioner Cressida Dick confirming that three others were injured before officers shot and killed their attacker she also says they're looking for accomplices we are also working at full tilt to understand exactly what has happened and whether anyone else was involved please credit several bystanders with trying to subdue the suspects who was wearing a fake suicide vest the second attack taking place hours later in a busy shopping district in the Dutch city of the Hague as suspects that three people the victims were all minors they were released from the hospital late Friday unclear whether they might have been hurt when the crowns of holiday shoppers panicked police are investigating a pair of attacks against MTA workers in Harlem on Friday in one attack a glass bottle was thrown into the face of a bus driver in another a subway conductor was punched in the face time say a man driving a black Ford got out of his vehicle on a hundred and thirty six street and Broadway and hurled a glass bottle at the driver's side window of the bus and they sped off the thirty six year old bus driver was left with glass in his hi about two hours earlier a train conductor was looking out the window when he was punched at a hundred and twenty fifth street station at Saint Nicholas Avenue of the thirty one year old conductor was left with a swollen face no arrests have been made Democrats are giving the White House more time to respond to a deadline in the impeachment probe Astrid this year a committee chairman Jerry Nadler said president trump a letter on Friday asking for decision by December sixth as to whether trump's council plans to call witnesses or make a presentation at the inquiry the White House was previously up against the Sunday deadline under house rules the president's lawyer can take part in the hearings in the Judiciary Committee that was not the case in the public hearings held by the house intelligence committee earlier this month Tom Roberts NBC news radio going cold man is under arrest following a road rage standing on Long Island while the victim or covers at a hospital it happened Thursday night in Manorville after the forty four year old victim believes his Hyundai SUV had been struck he pulled over to inspect it investigators say forty three year old Gregory spin I had been driving a radically and attempting to pass a number of vehicles on waiting River Road after an altercation the Christmas tree a form parking lot spin the stand the victim in the stomach his injuries aren't considered to.

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"europeans" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"europeans" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The facts of what the Europeans provide have provided and what we provided very illuminating we learned United States is provided combined civilian and military assistance to Ukraine since twenty fourteen of about three billion dollars plus two one billion dollar three one billion dollar loan guarantees that's not conveyed back largely so just over three billion dollars Europeans at the level of the European Union plus the member states combined since twenty fourteen my understanding have provided a combined twelve billion dollars secret if you're able to communicate that information back the end of August I believe so yeah we were this is done in collaboration with other missions the U. to NATO and others yes and do you think I was the information the White House is looking for I think we don't know if the concern was that we were in debt others weren't weren't spending as much as we work to support Ukraine than that information showed a different story okay and the aid was subsequently listed the pause in the air was left to shortly there after it was taken yes and early September and mid September go back that concludes the forty five minute rounds will now go to member questioning I recognized myself for five minutes first as a threshold matter I want to say to the witnesses to be a bit cautious when members represent are you aware of this factory where that fact do you know the so and so testified to this for testify to that if you have personal knowledge of it that's fine but and then not say this delivered sometimes members get it wrong so let me just clear the record on one of the things that was suggested to you that the vice president canceled his trip because of a conflict with a trip to Canada that was not a ms Williams testimony for testimony was I asked my colleague why we should stop trip planning and why the vice president would not be attending and I was informed that the president had decided the vice president would not attend the inauguration so offer that caution doctoral one ask you you may be aware of some of the tax on colonel than men suggesting that he has a dual loyalty that he's not really loyal to America he's loyal to Ukraine I want to ask you as a fellow immigrant what you think of those kind of accusations when the level again scroll than them or other Americans I think it's very unfortunate I mean this is a country of immigrants you know with the exception and pops of very few people still here everyone immigration to the United States at some point in their family history on this is what for me really does make America grace I mean I'm sure that every single person here some people pops can reluctantly others can by choice as I did but this is for me this is the essence of America which is why I wanted to be here why I wanted to stay and I think it's unfair to castigates anyone everyone has some kind of populist to them I'm on I'm on glow merry can pops an hour on the British American on a naturalized citizen I do not believe that my loyalty is to the United Kingdom my loyalty is here to the United States is my country in the country that I serve and I know for a fact that every single one of my colleagues in the many naturalized citizens in my office and across the National Security Council felt exactly the same way I think it's deeply on fat I thank you and you mentioned something your testimony and I'll have this exactly right that I think about this on that one point.

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"europeans" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"europeans" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Europeans are also very critical Turkey has the courage now get help from Syrian government forces moving into that area fox assignment and live in London date the European union's twenty eight member states condemning what they call a military attack by Turkey the Dutch foreign minister staff block there say again Sir missional true invaded a neighboring countries and Turkey as every other country height international but after discussions in Brussels the E. U. stopping short of imposing an embargo on sending weapons to techie friends in Germany had pushed that idea of the country said no Dave Simon manner drove his car into a crowd of people outside Britain's parliament last year hoping to kill as many as he could just got life in prison he did not succeed but he did injure three over trump aid to Russia Fiona hill the question next hour the capital by three house committees in the Democrats on going impeachment inquiry the president calls a scam that Democrats claim he violated his oath of office asking you crane to investigate Joe Biden and his son the president claims he was probing corruption in fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington Dave hunter Biden's resigning from the Chinese firm B. H. R. equity investment fund management affective at the end of the month he is also vowing not to work with foreign companies of his father's elected president the decision comes as president trump accuses hunter Biden of them properly benefiting from business deals in Ukraine and China when Joe Biden was vice president the bidens have denied any wrongdoing the president tweeted on Sunday where's hunter he slowly disappeared Dave America's.

"europeans" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

13:55 min | 2 years ago

"europeans" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Southern Europeans were not only not only was all of oil sort of functioning the way that butter functioned in different areas of Europe but all of oil was considered superior and southern some southern Europeans actually a prejudice sees against blotter really really strange stuff there was this belief that you know but was a disease vector that the reason people got leprosy was because of their water consumption and soon southern Europeans were traveling abroad some would even bring their own supply of oil you know like I don't want to come back to Rome with leprosy so pack a back in mule full of olive oil and put bags on the mule don't put the oil and the mule and less of me now starting to rest yes Sir chemical meals I'm talking all of this I don't leave it and it's fine we're just having a conversation here so southern Europeans all about olive oil olive oil maybe fish will these are the superior flavor ingredients right these are this is the Superior products in comparison to butter but in parts of Europe where there were a dairy farm in countries like France or where Martin Luther live Germany cutting butter from the diet was a huge deal it was dangerous I was tantamount to some form of forced starvation essentially because think about it if they can't consume any need to work then also cheese right she's would be out then they could rely on butter things were getting really really skimpy in the pantry in the larder end this rule was applied in a very corrupt way this is where indulgences come in and did you read about these when you were a kid in school totally man this sounds like the most crooked disturbing practice would be isn't as you know religious equivalent of like Paulie walnuts from the sopranos knocking on your door and you know expecting his collections for protection you know but this is like spiritual protection basically say you know you grease my palm a little bit and I'll give you a pass in other words I won't break your legs or you know put you in the stocks when we find out that you have a broken fast by eating you know something that was prohibited like butter yeah it's it's crazy so if you are well connected Catholic royalty or if you were a wealthy merchant for instance and you're saying that the common people may be overwhelming goal three days out of the week without but have but I am of of different stock I have to have a talk every single one they all sound like Winston Churchill including the children yes No Way Out it's terrifying I forgot where they're actually right now still we we haven't come back from our time traveling region watch yourselves we really should figure out what day of the week it is so we don't get in trouble because you know this is a spiritual institution we are talking about a religious rule and this means that in addition to physical penalties that might exist you know if their physical penalties for breaking religious rule the ultimate threat is that you couldn't you are spiritually committing a transgression against the will of god in the thing too is in these regions where they didn't have ready access to the alternatives to butter there were merchants that would capitalize on that and would provide or import I guess really really really poor quality coils and is actually a quote from a book by the name of fast and feast from a a priest from fifteen twenty that goes as such in Rome they make a mockery of fasting while forcing us to eat an oil they themselves would not use to Greece their shoes then they sell us the right to eat the foods for bidden on fast days but they have stolen that same liberty from us with their ecclesiastical laws eating butter they say is a greater send them to lie blaspheme or indulge in impurity which is just when you think about it you know that that list of priorities could be so messed up and it's it's not just a matter of controlling the population right it's a matter of economic import for the for the Catholic Church because they're taking this money that people are paying for dispensations right any day at different rates and then sometimes they're groups paying like a community paying for a dispensation they're using the cash these folks are paying them to construct bigger buildings you know men to fund the crusades and there are even there is there even things that the local population still recognizes about this practice right there was a special collection box infringe parishes to collect what was called Bader money right so the entire communities were told you can eat butter do that sounds like a a mafia term yeah I get that but our money Hey a little bit of but of money you know forget about it that's not my best it's okay that now everybody's looking around at that terrible accident and we apologize to any Italian Americans out there that lived and is deeply offended no that was the Italian American what was it it was just a it was yeah Brooklyn thing yeah like legal you know forget about IT Brooklyn Jersey okay that's fair hello boy well who knew the voter's usual controversy who knew who knew we we we knew we we we read we read up on the screen you earlier at forty going so in this case it's not somebody saying okay I know that butter is banned on Wednesdays but we're having a big wedding at my castle and I'd like to serve butter too you know the people attending a wedding this case the these entire regions who just continue to pay an extra tax for the right to conveniently ignore rule your even like like you said royalty or you know very privileged members of society could pay the tax for like their entire household yeah yeah they could they could do it as a you know like a group rate I wonder if they get a price break you know I wonder if it if members of the church would say well for you by yourself it's X. amount of stuff but you get a couple a couple units offer every family member you at they probably didn't do price breaks are like buying group passes to like Disneyland or some long like cell phone plan this is almost like a cell phone plan because you have to keep paying for cable bundle or cable bundle basically the Roman Catholic Church was like the Comcast of the medieval you know what that is accurate to frightening degree in in this case officially ended locals been today would call certain buildings like but towers you know the the money was used to build these gigantic religious what will to add expansions on were to build these gigantic religious structures this struck Martin Luther along with all the other problems yeah destructiveness tremendously insulting because you know no we're walking around in the past our clothes would probably really cool I would hope although our hat game is nowhere near as of all as the Middle Ages hacked game but we we don't have any money in this area of time so if we're in this community of William Blake sat down and lived here and we didn't have money to pay for that dispensation then we're getting swindled by people selling garbage oil right that might not even be edible there's no way around this but her band for us so what what are we what are we supposed to do you know yeah and just just to backtrack just lightly I found an example of one of these kind of blanket dispensations in fourteen ninety one and this is from the the better book a rich history queen and use the Duchess of Brittany got Rome to give her a dispensation for not only herself but the entire household including all her servants and and family members and Britney did not produce any cooking oil at all it was a he was a broader based economy I guess the lack of a better it's interesting because the this dispensation was ultimately extended to all of Britney and this kind of started the V. undoing of some of this gradually but it didn't come for free because they had to still give to the church and they were even special prayers that they had to do yes a contrite confession right it's not it's technically it's not enough to just give them the money and say let me let me know if my butter in peace technically they have to make a contrite confession where they are legitimately apologizing confessing to receive the absolution from sin and that's where those but boxes came from the we were talking about in churches where you would pay this spiritual tax I in some of these French parishes and they actually paid for the construction of like these ornate cathedrals and one of them and row and and borders was dubbed the tower the butter tower or then toured Europe where yes to do with so we can see we can see how this becomes a active segments of the regional economies frame and this whether or not I mean obviously and we see we look back we see the process of granting indulgences as corrupt right but if it is the practice of the Catholic Church in the Catholic Church is making the rules then they're the ones who decide or something is corrupt it would logically follow however loser in an open letter to the Christian nobility of the German nation said that this was an enormous problem that these clergymen should not be traveling around Germany telling people to pay money and say they're sorry before they can heat the butter that they already made they already may be paid for right they already turned themselves the religious institution was not involved in the creation of the butter we just had to pay the end this practice which was soon as selling forgiveness became very very widespread and I I loved this I love this freeze and we talked about a little bit off air professor of Lutheran history and theology at Pacific Lutheran theological seminary cold at this that's doctor QC sterner an economy of grace yeah it's pretty pretty great image there's a quote from professor stern and says today we buy life insurance and health insurance to secure our possessions in the Middle Ages the only security came through church these indulgences were the people's insurance policies tangible pieces of paper that said Hey I'm good get out of hell free accolades but as we've been saying for Luther these clergy's selling indulgences represented just kind of totally exposed what he saw as kind of the rock with in the Roman Catholic Church that I'm convinced poor peasants that they could be forgiven for price and in Luther's particular theology forgiveness was free and that you could be saved by faith alone and grace alone and it did not have to follow this you know bizarre pyramid scheme of like paying for forgiveness which now I mean it's totally cheapens it if you're thinking about it like objectively right mu especially room consider different hearts the different passages of the Bible which talk about the dangers of the dangers of counted on well right gone are.

"europeans" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"europeans" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"That we can you know get supplies and people to the areas where they're needed. yeah there's no doubt that the European die I think if you talk to a lot of people in the weather forecasting community the first thing they go to look for for a lot of different weather events is looking at that European model solution because not only does it tend to be the most accurate but it also tends to be the most consistent with time as well but what forecasters don't like it they don't like a forecast to say you know storms gonna move way to the east one one day and then the next day it moves it's showing it way to the west they like consistency in the forecast as well and another thing the Europeans model tends to do. I suppose I have as a follow up here which would be along the lines of what's wrong with our people. well that. I don't think it's as much as it is that the what's wrong with our people it's there's a lot of technology development that the Europeans put into this over a very long period of time we're talking thirty years of development and so there's a lot of really smart people really hard working people would within Noah who are trying to catch up with that but the Europeans are also getting better as well so it's a it's a bit of a race we are trying to were you trying to catch somebody who's already out ahead of you this is ironic though I mean if you the fact that that for Europeans a hurricane forecasting it is pretty much a at an academic exercise for us it's it's a real life and and death type of exercise yeah well it it what it what it what I'll say is that the Europeans are not necessarily focus their model development on hurricanes they try to make a model that simulate the weather on earth everywhere on earth as well as they can. and so in doing that they tended to make very good hurricane forecast very good forecasted east coast winter storms that we often see even just looking at what the large scale pattern whether it's just gonna be warmer colder bringing your dry Europeans can do as well the it's just this focus on understanding what the atmosphere looks like when you start a model as well as you can has really paid dividends for them in terms of how their ability to do forecasting to working hard if we're working hard to close that gap but it's gonna take time good.

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"europeans" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"europeans" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In his squad assailed by players I think this is not in my hands I use this in the club house and at the moment I am managing the the team in there though the best way possible Celtic eighties pass no Matt Connelly to move a step closer to the group stages of the champions league the Scottish champions are run out to nail second like when is completing a thumping seven nail I could get the tree they will play Romanian site clues in the third round of qualifying olds have signed a telling strike at Patrick could true name from AC Milan on the full E. a contract is the primary club second Dale of the summer following last week's cap Chet haze is ballet and from real Madrid that's what Europeans for now let's get back to earnings and I'll pull it shares gained an extended U. S. trading despite the iPhone still not doing so well invested instead paying heed to apples for cross that current period sales will near the high end of estimates of sixty one to sixty four billion dollars meanwhile some Sanchez slid off that net income fell by more than fifty percent from a year earlier for more we're joined by pretty big opinion tech columnist Alex a web that good to have you with us on it so this is certainly listened to apples a fourth quartet full cost and not beat estimates of the right to listen to a full cost that seems to be best saying own new iPhone releases it said in a statement of fact confidence from apple that they think that next product coming up will breed of spa sale of lack of sales as ever with these things we we don't know until the product comes out but apple's before crossing tends to be pretty accurate you know that they very seldom for outside of this range is so you really happened in the past year that they have to cut those estimates and that was because of the trade conflict with China which kind of came out of the blue and and really surprised everyone is only really interesting things I think with this and then Runkle writing about on bluemix is the that the Tolly in between the only phone and the really successful areas the wearables the services that that could be a problem for them going forward because they are so closely tied together yeah despite the fact that this was the first quarter where by phone sales did not account for more than half since two thousand twelve every single of the product they sell they sell basic through the life and you call and get an apple watch if you dare yeah up what should he works with the iPhone apple music works best with the iPhone so and so forth and so it is still the I phone company does the anchor through which they sell everything else now the question will be when they come to market with for instance augmented reality or virtual reality spectacles whether that will also be tied to the I phone and the implication is yes it will there's another way of looking at of course that by all these other products are actually a way of ensuring you keep buying I found right that if you have an apple what you spent four hundred dollars on it the likelihood of you trading not in trading I prefer non droid essentially means you'll be trading in two piece of hardware I don't open up things like apples in any number of the products in a school blue talking you into the ecosystem yeah that's a really good point especially as as far as I understand the new iPhone models all that different from the twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen ones we don't have much time left so we let's move on to some song Alex profit as we said tumbling more than fifty percent from the year earlier is this all to do with trade tensions yes something has huge chips exposure and that that division has been one of the biggest profit drivers in fact if you think about the FBI found some so many ways make more profit for the iPhone than it does from its own hardware that's because it makes the LED screens which you're sort of a is part of that components business and so DOT symbol for for business for them now as we've seen trade tensions increase we've seen Dimond full some office across the board decrease in other tronic and that has hit back at the company business it's great to have you with us is always Alex way Bloomberg opinion tech columnist at thanks so much for joining now coming up on the show going a full star is going to join us in the studio he's head of research at Brewin dolphin lots to.

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"europeans" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"europeans" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Gotta read that blog every single day. Good morning to you. Good morning shit. You coming on here. President Trump last week threatened impose a five percent tariff shorting, this month, a Mexican goods unless Mexico Mexico stuff still flow of illegal immigrants into the US for the next five months could be at twenty five percent tariff. At some point. What do you say? Oh, this is a big deal because Mexico is actually our largest trading partner right now, a kind of catapulted above China after we impose those tariffs on China, and it's wide ranging when you think about what it means to put a car together. For example, we imported ninety three billion dollars worth of cars in into the United States last year from Mexico and car parts. But because of the way the supply chain is set up after the original NAFTA means that items go back and forth across the southern border many times. And so you could see things like your car parts that you just said, oh, I had to go to the dealership and buy something that could go up in price. The card self could go up at price fruits and vegetables, strawberries and raspberries, tomatoes. Avocados beer, liquor even crude oil, which is really interesting because we actually import seven hundred thousand barrels a day from Mexico and. Then we refine that, that crude oil and send it back to Mexico in and natural gas. So all these areas of our lives, we could see price increases, very, very different than what we would see with China where we've seen very specific items. This would be a lot of rain, big range of items, and it would impact consumers pretty quickly. We're hearing that as specially because, as you mentioned, just this in and out kind of working business relation, particularly with states like Texas in Arizona and Mexico in particular. And I've already talked to some folks understand the car manufacturing. They say look you're going to be paying more car. And this is in the face of already expected three percent downturn in car buying a new car buying this year. Yeah, I mean, I spent a little bit of time on cars, because an auto analyst came out and tried to crunch. The numbers said, on average if these tariffs were at twenty five percent so that would only occur. If everything state went into effect on June tenth and then stayed into effect until October. But if we got to twenty five percent we would see an average increase on a car, fifteen hundred dollars, maybe as much as twenty five hundred dollars for some makes that's pretty startling. I mean, that will really sort of catch you by surprise, if you're walking the dealership. So again, this is not. In effect, right, this second, where you have a week to go. And even if they were to go into effect, and they just then quickly all got reverser that's fine. But boy, it's real interesting because here we have the president invoking the use of tariffs for something that is not economic related. And that's a real difference. We haven't seen that yet in this whole process. What do you mean by not economic related? I thought China was kind of economic related in this. So Regina is economic. But when you look at Mexico, the rationale is we're talking about immigration. Well, that's true. Right. So, you know what we're seeing in the mex- case of Mexico. Is that now invoking tariffs about something that's not related to trade or the economy? And that's really spooked investors last week. I think that, that was the thing that most people were talking about over the weekend. Like, wow, if he can do it for this, then it could be almost any conflict that you might invoke terrace. It might be. I'm mad at the Europeans. You know, the president was talking a lot about Brexit and who might lead the u k next he's in Great Britain right now. So if all the sudden you're talking about issues that don't necessarily have an economic conflict underneath them, but we're using tariffs to resolve them that is very different than what we've seen in the past, and many economists and more of the market folks are very worried that, that kind of uncertainty would stop businesses from investing and could cause some pain for consumers, and we're the ones that are getting taxed yes,.

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"europeans" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"europeans" Discussed on KCRW

"By far now, Ian Bremmer is founder of the political risk consultancy Eurasia group. You heard that in discuss we are right now, certainly outspending mostly out innovating non certainly talk about conventional military capabilities. But the transatlantic relationship is getting a lot weaker, and when you talk about unwinding the INS agreement which looks almost certain to happen, and I don't see us renegotiating a new one anytime soon, the countries that are going to experience the brunt of that are going to be on the European continent. And you're gonna increasingly go their own way, you're gonna week in that relationship their commitment to NATO it so will be lower and that obviously makes life a little bit more challenging the president did use this phrase last night in this regard calling for all bold new diplomacy, maybe that could help fix that. With europe. Well, there is a bold new diplomacy with North Korea. Right. And I mean, it's certainly true that the United States in the North Koreans have broken through in terms of diplomatic engagement while. We don't think they're gonna get rid of their nukes. Certainly that means they're less of a hermit kingdom. They're engaging with the South Koreans economically because of that great through their engage with the Chinese more. And you know, I think the likelihood of wars a consequence of dangerous has gone down. But bold new diplomacy with the Europeans. Just means. Transactional ISM amid means that there's less trust. There's less loyalty, and that becomes more expensive more expensive when you have to work to convince countries to do what you want every single time on every issue because they're either getting something from you for it or because they're going to get hurt. As a consequence. Ian Bremmer is founder of the Eurasia group global risk consultancy in. Thank you. My pleasure. David. Checking financial markets. The Dow is down forty points. Two-tenths percent similar percentage drop now for the S and P five hundred the NASDAQ is down three tenths percent..

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"europeans" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"europeans" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"All the risk of no, Brexit all. That's the domestic view. But some of us have definitely been roll baffled by the apparent lack of noise from continental Europe. Over Britain's decision to leave the Ube after all who and a fifty year personal relationship with at least without at least attempting measures like say reflection counseling third party intervention. The certainly been the ALDE appeal most recently a letter from one hundred EMMY as calling on Britain to hit the abort button on leaving. But largely it's been all quiet on the repeal in front. So does anyone care or they all Bob says well Stephanie bolts is the London correspondent for the German daily developed as Stephanie ton to fess up. Are you a Bob which is a board of Brexit? I think honestly, I shouldn't be because I should try to neutrally observe and report back to Germany, what is happening in the UK. But but on a series, also non another serious point. The the fact that Europe was rather quiet in the referendum campaign, and and also after 'words as because Europeans all European governments. And also in Brussels, the commission and other institutions have very aware that actually put become counter-productive if that tried to intervene in what is a completely British question. You can be distinctly rubbish promoting its own virtues though, saying this to the European Union busted Serbia originally Serbia wants to join the the doesn't spend very much time in Serbia saying exactly why it's great once thinks it's a Member States are great and white once new members to join it's it's pathetic. It's its own pay. All. Doesn't actually need to be much better. If you if you go to Brussels in I spent four years of my career in Brussels, you you will see that. There are hundreds of people working in communications. And in the press departments of the European Union trying to promote the European Union. I think the problem is that widely. You has done amazing work and amazing piece work and it has brought prosperity to Europe. It has brought democracy to countries that would have never seen democratic systems working on. I'm talking about eastern Europe after the Soviet Union collapsed. They are also very very big problems. And we saw especially in recent years with the crisis of the euro, the common currency also with the refugees. So it's it's it's a pretty difficult balance. Because people at the end of the day, they like Europe they like to work. But if they talk about the identity, I think most of them will always say, it's my country first. And then it's euro, so your reporting back to develop which of course, one of the biggest newspapers in your country is a great deal of appetite among your readers and also to consumers of other media that to hear about what's going on with Britain. Or are they have they checked out? No, they haven't actually they're still quite a lot of interest. I can see that whenever especially when I ride editorials. There are hundreds of comments online. It is a very. Well controversial issue in the beginning, actually after the referendum result in two thousand sixteen there were far more people among our readers and users who were actually supporting Brexit. Have in mind that there's a lot of euroscepticism in Germany as well. But as things have info unfolded, and the Brexit negotiations have been so Celtic, and so difficult more and more people are looking at Britain as an example of how you should not leave. The European Union strikes me when I talk to a you leaders, whether that's heads of government from individually you countries or fficials at the Commissioner. What have you is amiss goes prior to the vote on Britain, leaving the we've go back to say Croatia? Joining in two thousand thirteen at that time, the kind of people I was meeting people, I call built, for example, would be saying it's terribly important that we remember the EU at its haunt is a peace project, and I think people feel that much more on the on continental Europe than they do in Britain..

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"europeans" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"europeans" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"And I'll have a better answer to that one. Because what is happening is we are being asked by the builders, we work with to have more technologically advanced systems in the house, particularly when it comes to heating and cooling and water and electricity all of that sort of stuff they want to raise the game. That's what I'm hearing from our contractors. So I'm in the middle of doing research on all that stuff now to see. What new things are out there. I always thought we were pretty advanced with what we were doing. But they are asking for us to be even more advanced, which is interesting. Well, it is an and you've pointed out before that often. Europeans will have technologies that are a little bit better than what we have. Or are really are new and different. And sometimes contractor learn about that. And they turn to those systems. That's true. That's true. Maybe discovering that in thirty days from now will be asking the same question after your research is done and I'll hopefully have an answer for you. We'll pushing up another thirty day going to March big project while I mean, the thing is that also too. I would imagine that maybe some of that desire for higher technology is actually driven by home construction homebuilders clients, it is it is. The the issue is to have technology that is user friendly and. We are doing a lot of projects where the technology and the control of that technology is a little bit too sophisticated for most of our clients as we get into the. Higher levels of control for these systems. While we can control most of them with our iphone anymore. They can be a little scary to to people who are may not be as technologically savvy as the younger generation coming up. And so it's not only a concern for the present users. But it's a concern about who they sell it to in the future as well. And whether or not that is a. Something that adds value to the house. From the selling standpoint or not as a as a realtor. You know, there are sometimes things that are off putting it used to be the swimming pool. Sure. And now, it's the technology in the house. Indeed. And it really is varying very ovarian very much between the age of the client their sophistication. And in fact, in some cases, where they're coming from. I mean, not this location wise, but also the kind of business that they're in. You know, if they come from a technology background, there's a much higher expectation that all those gizmos and doodads and think of a Jags that fall into that category are going to be available to them. They want him. That's right. That's very true. And we do have some some clients who are very involved in the technology world, and they want all those things. One of the funny stories is that we have a client who has a very advanced house that way. They live in California. His wife was visiting here at the house and Santa Fe, and he was in New Zealand and notice that all the lights in the house were on. And he turns off all the lights in the house. Not knowing that his wife was there. So she's in in in darkness, and she doesn't know how to control the lights. She doesn't know how to turn them back you, call a rot roll moment. So that must have been an interesting phone call. She had with somebody. Sure, I know who those people do. Anyway, they figured it out. Now, she knows she does. Yeah. Well, anyway, let's take a break here in studio with me as Mr. Craig hoops, the renowned architect here in Santa Fe. We're talking about two thousand nine nineteen architectural issues. Stay tuned because he's going to go down even further deeper into this subject matter. So with that Daniel, let's take a break. We'll be back in two minutes. Stay tuned. We'll be coming right back to.

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