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"five thousand six dollars" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo
"Out. I guess you know. I wasn't really For me a strong sense that Wanted to put food. Even though it'd be exactly know how yet deeply influenced by the rise of the food network Like in the late nineties early. Two thousands You know the first time really. I see food in in mainstream culture. with people like amro bobby flay Mario batali and then you know eventually people like Anthony boarding Kinda hold of food travel genre. I follow that very closely And ended up going to culinary school in portland oregon nineteen goal and Pretty much from that. First day in culinary school got very deep into the world of food deep in wine I don't know a lot of people might not know but oregon. That's one of the foremost winegrowing regions in the world. One of the of the world the finest wines are that originally oregon. Yeah oregon would never know high one. But i don't believe you. But i believe that makes sense. If you're if you can get your hands on a bottle of oregon you know in the wire you're get some of the best in the world. That sounds fire. But okay. I i go to south africa quite often so i know you do spend some time there and tried some of the. There's well i personally feel like south. Africa has some of the best one on earth Capetown is incredible. Yeah definitely definitely i mean. I basically did my career as a young the for spend time working in the wine industry in south africa. So i'm there with you. I mean that was pretty much You know this was in two thousand five thousand six dollars. Seven hour setting a wine. I was in my early twenties very few black people in the country. Were in a professional way in the wide world. At that's This is pretty social media too so we couldn't really link in the same way we were aware of each other. Thankfully there's a homey brooklyn who actually appear like i m the father of like what people in wine in the modern era. His name is andre mac And he is by there in brooklyn and e like when i was coming up with really like the only person that i knew who was in the game So things up a lot. And yeah i was really turn to Be by all black velvet and be in the wine industry and i was really hard to do And so. I basically left of the The training and the tasting and all the group Went to south africa and decided working with black people who were a part of the wine industry bear where the history is very complex. It was founded By the guts who colonize Almost immediately the western able south africa Which still affects a lot of the indigenous folks. A lot of our black Family there in south africa. So i really started to use wine as a way to connect to the struggles of of working people people working on the land in south africa and the wine industry As well as you know you've Storytelling multimedia As a way to raise awareness around Issues that are about the land. After the i miss out that for special so one one of my home and she's from that area We went to a wine tour and all that stuff homey homey. Oh okay Not to hold me. I would say otherwise cash. Somebody's daughter all right. We'll move on now. I know you're a wine wine tour that we went on. I was for three days. It was great great to sponsor that. No halloween wine trip. There we go you got you gotta come with itself since she. I'm sure you know all the people there that are that can really. Yeah cadet we go. Boom boom boom so so you quantum the less serious career. How did you. How did you get involved with jessica harris. His work Yes so date. That story basically Just really good fortune You know i had started whetstone Thousand seventeen magazine The magazine as as the company focuses on food or food culture from around the world. But if around this origin context and framework I really look at food origins as a reclamation movement. So whenever i'm out in the world on podcast giving speeches i'm always bucking food oregon. Because i believe that there is a movement and a capacity for movement within that that is based on reclaiming art history connecting identity through food And really understanding. Like how much are and i say are talking from a black perspective but still all marginalized groups How much our influence on society and culture admitted dory so we don't see ourselves in the history and then we start to tell ourselves news stories which are incorrect story about what is or is not for black people what is or is not the governor of black people when our influence up everywhere right and so by saying. Oh well you know we. Don't there's not black or you know we don't Do x y and z. Because it's not happy. Don't drink wine the quiet and calm we off his artistry our contribution ulcers Not only that. Food itself is a very powerful way of understanding migration. It's a very powerful way of understanding human history that migration thing for me is it allows us to talk about stuff that it's hard to get through impolite designing And so by using topics like food like wine It allows us to enter from the very broad universal space and then get into grain or egyptian stories which end up Again stories about not just migration but but people in the contributions of of different cultures and communities to our collective humanity so So my first question I think how did 'cause. Obviously i feel like it was mapped out. Perfect throughout the doc series. How did that come to life where you need start in west africa. How did The documentaries come together. the documents comes down. I'm talking about you. Mapping out the locations. You chose for the doctors. Because i knew that plays a big part in nitel. 'cause you took us releases you tell their stories the locals and obviously sign episodes where a lot more emotional than other see. Hodeida mapping out begin to basically based on The book itself. So we we were basing on the tax doctor. Jessica barrack work And so like i. After so in the door begins in benin we start the story in benin And also a chronological story as well because we are basically telling the story of african american people through food you know so We start.
"five thousand six dollars" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"Let the German banks. Thanks lent the money to the Greek banks when they shouldn't have clearly bad well it's also also one needs to consider that the Olympic Games actually bankrupted Greeks. It's they've they've they've they've they've been like France. They have spent the last forty years with with deficit. Budgeting your company culture this long term. This is what happened in France lawsuit when they run out of money forty years a deficit budgeting instability Olympic Games which bankrupted hang which is the case thing has Greece repaid the debt to the German banks or the European Pin Union. It's like I'll islands now out of debt. So the Greeks. Where was I had forgotten the great? How did the Greeks payback? Oh no no no no no no. I'm just getting. Well the half-pound I have completely forgotten. That's discussed under the Germans. The Germans the house wasn't really knew was Greece native to be able to wipe off that debt and start afresh and the Germans wouldn't let them so sturman money so well but it's like when we have bankruptcy laws in an insolvency laws for a reason because there's nine point in saddling people with debt that they can't they can't repay plus. It teaches a lesson to the Linda to say. Be careful with your money because it might be what death under a bankruptcy or insolvency provisions. So you need to be careful. Messiah needs to apply to country level so countries need to be able to say and Yannis arcus was insistent. Gresh needed to have that did white because it had been impossible for them to repay and in German banks needed to pay a price for that. But it wasn't done that one I just saw more and more I can't believe I'll step aside. I can't believe Greece's replied life. A lot of countries in the European Union borrowing. We've talked before about France. I mean we. In France has got fifty seven percent of its external external debt. Outside of France are in by the British the Germans the the United States are exposed because I earned that the Chinese it's debt at present is about eight trillion euros and that's what percentage of GDP ninety seven point point one percent in there a lot of countries around that figure. Some of them are but mostly not Japan's much higher at one hundred and thirty five point what's the US the US. As far as so was I think about forty five or forty six percent quote me on that much I. That's that's what I saw but I'm not quite sure whether it was two thousand. Nineteen or wherever they awesome. Yup One of the reasons like the idea of Great Britain's dying because I didn't nine I myself I was jumping from one to the other Great Britain's dying in the European Union was that Rupert Murdoch when he guys to the British pretty political system everybody has a meeting with them and talks to him. When you guys to Brussels that'd be talks to me that's exactly and I think that's an important I think when when the Brussels bureaucrats and sorta Yo imager political decisions revolve around whether or not Rupert Murdoch Body Audio North Oligarchs it's a symbol of the power of the oligarchy? I think number that you don't think the E U was a symbol of oligarchy. Well I've just given the example of an oligarch who fan that he did not have the power that he had the watts so that that's just the example of all the guy who's fan that actually that big assistant can afford DECI reports and we're not talking about bricks and he doesn't give about Rupert Murdoch. Can you not getting what he won't. Well real it's not all about it. I'm just giving an example of of a reason why it would be a good thing for the Great Britain to stay in the because guys like that with enormous power actually have less influence. And he's with his newspapers promoted a law and that's an easy interests. He may well have but I I. I really think condescending to the British public to say that they are so easily manipulated by one guy that they all voted to leave just because he he told them to if the controls the media then why wouldn't I really fluid again. That's assuming that people are so easily swayed swayed by the media has an infant give you that. They haven't influence support but but people still have their own mind and those people that had made up their mind to leave had already made their mind up. Those people that were my wanted to remain had already made their mind up. It's in the middle and that's where it's most important. That's why the influence comes from middle. I mean this is where the billions of the millions of dollars that are spent in Australia election campaign. That's aimed at the middle yes. We know that it's swinging winging it. And that's exactly what they're doing over there in Britain aiming at those people that would quote unquote my demo. And I still don't like the idea that the brexit this whole about Rupert Murdoch he gets a little bit. It's a little bit but I'm saying me personally. One of them. I'm to stay to spot Rupert Murdoch. Because it's an example that powerful oligarchs have less power in the European system. There the look on your than I do. I would have thought. The Europeans entertained align system. But there this is my point it. is they apparently list well. I'm just giving you an example of Rupert Murdoch. One of the most powerful men in the world can walk into ten Downing Street whenever he likes but but when it comes to Brussels they tell him to fuck off saying there's an example and they would be other examples but I think the British people deserve a little bit more respect act and just disrespectful basically saying they just pawns of Rupert Murdoch and his in his empire well. I'm saying that all populations appellations of pawns of of manipulation. trae the media. And if you don't think they are and you're being naive I look I I know that they ought to some degree that their influence I just don't think they are so totally manipulated. A high wanted contemplates. It's very hard to quantify. What other topics do you want to come? Come the accounting mark here on world affairs at all on not interesting to get mark's perspective particularly on Russia sure in Germany and France limps Lipton If we got Tom unlocked toby. Two bills saying the rod has gone nuts nuts. Yeah I can say that he did. I get back to Z.. Thinking well actually I'll tell you what he said. I've got a clip of this together hanging. I'll stop that started gaming with the volume. Oh let me try that on this call on the right. They are treating what should be a question of physics and science and Economics and engineering as though it were an issue of religion and belief. And it's not it's good on your Malcolm today do when he was prime minister. I can't battling was nuts. Baffled did the Nazis until the nuts brawled him and I am. I'm very much to fan boy and even I. It caused all sorts of reactions with me in the better half. I loved Malcolm to we'll because Malcolm to was a decent human being and now we've replaced him with an not. Ah Agree with the replacement hip I have to say. I agree that turbo was better than the Nata our anyway. And he's right. He's right where he coached at the rate of the Liberal Party that they signed the trading this as I met her religion and belief life and the nuts and that is what they are they are complete nuts like Stewart Robert. He's Linda Take Hick pentecostal church cower. He and his wife led a five thousand six dollar ahead. Fourteen Day Treasures of Christ tour in Israel where L. A. Baptizing people in our Muddy Creek Jordan river anything goes biblical check where the biblical. He's a complete and utter. He's it's just is one of Scarborough's prayer group cribbage. We says he said I've lost her. You've lost it turn out. Have you know what he he said. Something about. You said that you're GONNA be walking sticks of Jesus or something like that. You just believe Disneyland. The Land I can't believe he's Danaides. You put sensible mean who actually sight is sort of nonsense in public slade with a straight face and the reason I get up and say it repeatedly is because nobody calls them out. Nobody nobody says you joking usually. There's a sky fair in the sky. Not letting them out doesn't matter people can call man. It doesn't doesn't matter. These are the people who bothered to get into positions of Pale in only other people backing from the sidelines. You're wasting your breath you've got to get into a political because I just don't care exactly if you're not in parliament in not in the game. I nine cy and these people are prepaid to get in the city so I am about to join the strategy live apart I get on Scot. That'd be good you're GonNa Watch that LP LP now. I would love to actually get involved. I'd love to do a terrific. Get near one of them and actually said to them ego. What's if you give any anything he give any grand to these? I'll back you do it until the live a party to grow a spine and and get rid. I mean seriously throw out the sky ferry believers and establish a real secular rational. Live a party. which is what should always have been when you're there? Could you find out who the library in. Solder is who speaking about Stuart Roberts said this is tech spires paying instead of representing the Gulf coast. He's swimming with these mites. Who Does he think he is fucking massage? uh-huh if you could find that live apart inside. I'm on join the alive a party except in this role here where I want to try and be commentator and stuff there's a there's a few more influence here is a problem if you have to keep declaring your membership of the lied to potty potentially could cause a problem otherwise I would say if you're listening any bemoaning what's going on. You should be joining the live apart on and agitating did you come across the Kola Nathan Reese recently He was saying is the Labor Party doesn't fix itself it's going to be in the wilderness for a very long time because as you know they they. When did they last win? An election action needed in New South Wales. It's it's true thousand because it was less primary yourself Think was conly. That's right when we share. She was sorting out. I think other in two thousand eleven thousand well so it's been seven years. J just know. The current Prime Mia bears sickly and just announced that she wasn't going to anything abaout the pills testing of pills. That's right and things I thought to myself problem with these people is they're so busy With the duties in with sort of politics stuff bitch. She's had no time to read abair drugs and legalization Russian and alternative views and what really drives drug abuse and the ability of these people to spend time and actually read. The books would be zero as so flat out. So it needs people who've got time or inclination to talk to to these people and say hi heard this ideal that idea that you might not have heard from the department has had people in our ear and very well informed people I believe and the former head of the AF P. has come out and said that war on drugs was a complete Shimazdu waste of time and money and criminalized people shouldn't be you. Tell them that as well. He's been telling everybody for a good few years now right so. She couldn't have ignored Aubrey. She couldn't have not heard identing but she's chosen a lawn. She's chosen a conservative social line. which is just say? No you know the old Nancy. Fancy Reagan slogan yeah. It appeals to her conservative voter base. I think don't you absolutely it does and that. That's why she's doing uh-huh that's why she was very cold on. Belet voluntary assisted dog. Did they have a vote in west..