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France's Macron takes own path, seeks dialogue with Russia
"France France France France is is is is continuing continuing continuing continuing to to to to push push push push for for for for dialogue dialogue dialogue dialogue in in in in the the the the Russia Russia Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine crisis crisis crisis crisis French French French French president president president president Emmanuel Emmanuel Emmanuel Emmanuel macron macron macron macron is is is is following following following following French French French French tradition tradition tradition tradition of of of of taking taking taking taking its its its its own own own own part part part part in in in in international international international international affairs affairs affairs affairs ahead ahead ahead ahead of of of of April April April April elections elections elections elections micron micron micron micron Russian Russian Russian Russian president president president president Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin Putin Putin on on on on G. G. G. G. to to to to tool tool tool tool cop cop cop cop to to to to the the the the French French French French hosted hosted hosted hosted talks talks talks talks between between between between Russian Russian Russian Russian and and and and Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian advises advises advises advises a a a a few few few few days days days days earlier earlier earlier earlier the the the the talks talks talks talks with with with with the the the the first first first first face face face face to to to to face face face face negotiations negotiations negotiations negotiations since since since since Russia Russia Russia Russia has has has has massed massed massed massed troops troops troops troops to to to to Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine in in in in recent recent recent recent weeks weeks weeks weeks however however however however Francis Francis Francis Francis diplomacy diplomacy diplomacy diplomacy because because because because strategy strategy strategy strategy complicates complicates complicates complicates efforts efforts efforts efforts by by by by the the the the US US US US and and and and they they they they said said said said to to to to so so so so it's it's it's it's tough tough tough tough United United United United front front front front against against against against Russia Russia Russia Russia many many many many question question question question whether whether whether whether phones phones phones phones is is is is that that that that this this this this will will will will be be be be enough enough enough enough to to to to deter deter deter deter Russian Russian Russian Russian invasion invasion invasion invasion of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas
US, Allies Build Support for Ukraine
"EU, now let's turn to the big news. The U.S. and the EU are close to agreeing on Russian financial sanctions. That's not enough. Emmanuel Macron calls for a deescalation of tensions that he prepares to speak to Vladimir Putin. That's not enough. That's from the telegraph, and The New York Times. Where is Germany and the Ukraine standoff, it's allies wonder. The United States and its NATO allies are moving to bulk up their military commitments in the Baltics and Eastern Europe as the standoff with Russia over Ukraine deepens rights Katherine Bennett. Denmark is sending fighter jets to Lithuania. Frigate to the Baltic Sea, France was offered to send troops to Romania. Spain is sending a frigate to the Black Sea, President Biden is thousands of U.S. troops on high alert. And then there is Germany. In recent date, Germany, Europe's largest richest democracy, strategically situated at the crossroads between eastern yes. West has stood out more for what it will not do than what it is doing. Germany is out. They've just left NATO behind.
Taliban talks in Oslo enter last day with bilateral format
"Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama and and and and western western western western diplomats diplomats diplomats diplomats are are are are holding holding holding holding a a a a bilateral bilateral bilateral bilateral meeting meeting meeting meeting with with with with Norwegian Norwegian Norwegian Norwegian government government government government officials officials officials officials focused focused focused focused largely largely largely largely on on on on the the the the humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian situation situation situation situation in in in in Afghanistan Afghanistan Afghanistan Afghanistan the the the the three three three three days days days days of of of of north north north north of of of of Geneva Geneva Geneva Geneva have have have have included included included included multi multi multi multi lateral lateral lateral lateral talks talks talks talks with with with with western western western western diplomats diplomats diplomats diplomats the the the the E. E. E. E. U. U. U. U. the the the the US US US US Britain Britain Britain Britain France France France France Italy Italy Italy Italy and and and and hosts hosts hosts hosts No No No No Way Way Way Way now now now now bilateral bilateral bilateral bilateral talks talks talks talks with with with with all all all all parties parties parties parties including including including including independent independent independent independent humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian organizations organizations organizations organizations are are are are taking taking taking taking place place place place aid aid aid aid groups groups groups groups and and and and international international international international agencies agencies agencies agencies estimate estimate estimate estimate about about about about twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three million million million million people people people people more more more more than than than than half half half half the the the the country country country country face face face face severe severe severe severe hunger hunger hunger hunger and and and and nearly nearly nearly nearly nine nine nine nine million million million million are are are are on on on on the the the the brink brink brink brink of of of of starvation starvation starvation starvation the the the the U. U. U. U. N. N. N. N. has has has has managed managed managed managed to to to to provide provide provide provide some some some some liquidity liquidity liquidity liquidity and and and and allowed allowed allowed allowed the the the the Taliban Taliban Taliban Taliban administration administration administration administration to to to to pay pay pay pay for for for for imports imports imports imports including including including including electricity electricity electricity electricity I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles the the the the last last last last month month month month
France bars unvaccinated from restaurants, sports venues
"A a a a new new new new law law law law has has has has come come come come into into into into effect effect effect effect in in in in France France France France requiring requiring requiring requiring a a a a vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine pulse pulse pulse pulse the the the the central central central central to to to to the the the the government's government's government's government's anti anti anti anti virus virus virus virus strategy strategy strategy strategy the the the the new new new new law law law law states states states states the the the the people people people people who who who who aren't aren't aren't aren't vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated against against against against Kevin Kevin Kevin Kevin nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen on on on on no no no no longer longer longer longer allowed allowed allowed allowed in in in in France's France's France's France's restrooms restrooms restrooms restrooms balls balls balls balls tourist tourist tourist tourist sites sites sites sites and and and and sports sports sports sports venues venues venues venues unless unless unless unless they've they've they've they've recently recently recently recently recovered recovered recovered recovered from from from from the the the the virus virus virus virus France France France France is is is is registering registering registering registering Europe's Europe's Europe's Europe's highest highest highest highest ever ever ever ever daily daily daily daily coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus infection infection infection infection numbers numbers numbers numbers at at at at the the the the moment moment moment moment and and and and hospitals hospitals hospitals hospitals are are are are continuing continuing continuing continuing to to to to fill fill fill fill up up up up with with with with because because because because with with with with nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen patients patients patients patients but but but but the the the the government government government government has has has has imposed imposed imposed imposed a a a a few few few few other other other other restrictions restrictions restrictions restrictions studies studies studies studies show show show show the the the the only only only only con con con con is is is is less less less less likely likely likely likely to to to to cause cause cause cause severe severe severe severe illness illness illness illness the the the the previous previous previous previous delta delta delta delta variant variant variant variant about about about about ninety ninety ninety ninety four four four four percent percent percent percent of of of of French French French French idols idols idols idols have have have have had had had had at at at at least least least least one one one one vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine does does does does I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles the the the the last last last last month month month month
NATO Steps Up Readiness in Eastern Europe to Reassure Allies
"NATO NATO NATO NATO says says says says it's it's it's it's putting putting putting putting extra extra extra extra forces forces forces forces on on on on standby standby standby standby and and and and sending sending sending sending warships warships warships warships and and and and fighter fighter fighter fighter jets jets jets jets to to to to Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern Europe Europe Europe Europe as as as as Russia Russia Russia Russia continues continues continues continues its its its its troop troop troop troop build build build build up up up up near near near near Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine NATO NATO NATO NATO says says says says is is is is beefing beefing beefing beefing up up up up its its its its deterrence deterrence deterrence deterrence presence presence presence presence in in in in the the the the Baltic Baltic Baltic Baltic Sea Sea Sea Sea area area area area a a a a number number number number of of of of members members members members of of of of the the the the thirty thirty thirty thirty country country country country military military military military organization organization organization organization of of of of all all all all the the the the troops troops troops troops and and and and equipment equipment equipment equipment Denmark's Denmark's Denmark's Denmark's sending sending sending sending a a a a frigate frigate frigate frigate to to to to the the the the Baltic Baltic Baltic Baltic Sea Sea Sea Sea and and and and deploying deploying deploying deploying F. F. F. F. sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen warplanes warplanes warplanes warplanes to to to to Lithuania Lithuania Lithuania Lithuania while while while while Spain Spain Spain Spain has has has has ships ships ships ships joining joining joining joining NATO's NATO's NATO's NATO's standing standing standing standing maritime maritime maritime maritime force force force force and and and and is is is is considering considering considering considering sending sending sending sending fighter fighter fighter fighter jets jets jets jets to to to to Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgaria France France France France stands stands stands stands ready ready ready ready to to to to send send send send troops troops troops troops to to to to Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgaria to to to to NATO NATO NATO NATO says says says says European European European European Union Union Union Union foreign foreign foreign foreign ministers ministers ministers ministers seeking seeking seeking seeking to to to to show show show show a a a a fresh fresh fresh fresh display display display display of of of of resolve resolve resolve resolve in in in in support support support support of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles the the the the last last last last month month month month NATO NATO NATO NATO says says says says it's it's it's it's putting putting putting putting extra extra extra extra forces forces forces forces on on on on standby standby standby standby and and and and sending sending sending sending warships warships warships warships and and and and fighter fighter fighter fighter jets jets jets jets to to to to Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern Europe Europe Europe Europe as as as as Russia Russia Russia Russia continues continues continues continues its its its its troop troop troop troop build build build build up up up up near near near near Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine NATO NATO NATO NATO
Tal Heinrich: It Was Difficult Finding Illustrators for 'Heroes of Liberty' for Fear of Being Cancelled
"I just find it odd that 20 and 30 years ago I mean I'm 47 I'm not that old but I'm old enough I've seen a few decades here Things like book burning rather figuratively or literally where we're considered heresy I mean if you remember the movie from the 80s footloose the book burning scene whatever it was right there where they throw in the books in the fire Even in liberal Hollywood the scene was used as a scene of mockery like oh my gosh look at these people they're burning books This is crazy And it was meant to be the conservative preacher in that movie you burned the book Now ironically tall it's the left you with a book burner said okay so granted they're not lighting them on fire but they're doing even worse I mean at least if you lit a book on fire after you read it you had the material in your brain What they tried to do to your books the heroes of liberty series is they tried to stop people from even getting them in the first place which I find doubly ironic The roles the left thought they had that conservatives were the big book burners are actually themselves the liberals 100% And you know what Dan it didn't really start there because even as we were working on these books and I'll tell you that it was pretty challenging to find American illustrators In fact we didn't find that we were getting illustrated to work with us on this amazing project And once you see our book you can go to our website that hears the liberty dot com and we also have a special discount code audience But you'll see the illustrations They are stunning And American illustrate was very apprehensive about the idea of illustrating a world Reagan biography because we're afraid of getting canceled because this is the prevalent Right now But eventually we work with illustrate wonderful illustrators from Canada and Serbia and France and the UK but now I guess after things developed the way
The European Union and Their Disregard for Liberty
"So it's really put the pressure on the European. Police states. Austria, the Netherlands, France now you know why Britain left the European Union? Because the European Union doesn't give a damn about liberty. That's why. The entire edifice of the European Union is led by Germany and France and remember my old saw I have a lot of rules of understanding life. Germany is always wrong. That's it. When you know that you understand 50% of what you need to know about European history and Europe today.
Medvedev withstands Kyrgios, crowd to advance in Australia
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Twitter Bans Account Linked to Iran's Supreme Leader Over Trump Assassination Threat
"Let's turn now to Twitter, which finally got around to suspending an account linked to Iran's supreme leader over the weekend. This is according to a report out of a French press agency argente France press, which set on Saturday that the account referenced quote has been permanently suspended for violating our ban evasion policy according to a Twitter. Spokesperson. So, good. Okay, good, but really it took this long and basically the reason it happened this time was because the supreme leaders account promoted a video depicting the assassination of former president Trump. Okay, good. Okay guys, like finally, but think of all the bad things he did in the interim. I mean, I guess I just don't understand why it took this long and why on earth, the president of the United States, when he was a sitting president actually suffered from getting his own account
French teachers go on strike over handling of pandemic
"Teachers teachers in in France France a a holding holding a a nationwide nationwide strike strike to to protest protest working working conditions conditions as as cave cave eight eight cases cases in in schools schools such such friends friends teachers teachers are are walking walking out out of of the the classroom classroom to to protest protest virus virus links links cost cost disruptions disruptions in in the the ever ever changing changing isolation isolation rules rules France France is is at at the the center center of of the the fight fight against against carbon carbon nineteen nineteen in in Europe Europe you you infections infections have have reached reached up up to to three three hundred hundred and and sixty sixty thousand thousand a a day day driven driven by by the the highly highly contagious contagious on on the the corn corn variants variants teachers teachers are are asking asking for for clear clear rules rules and and more more resources resources such such as as extra extra mosques mosques to to help help with with the the strain strain I'm I'm Karen Karen Thomas Thomas
Poland hits grim milestone of 100,000 deaths from COVID-19
"Putin's Putin's become become the the latest latest European European nation nation to to reach reach the the grim grim milestone milestone of of one one hundred hundred thousand thousand deaths deaths related related to to the the coronavirus coronavirus opponents opponents health health minister minister says says four four hundred hundred ninety ninety three three deaths deaths of of people people with with COPD COPD nineteen nineteen who's who's being being registered registered in in the the past past twenty twenty four four appeared appeared pushing pushing the the death death toll toll to to over over one one hundred hundred thousand thousand the the vast vast majority majority of of the the deaths deaths are are among among people people who who hadn't hadn't been been vaccinated vaccinated found found nearly nearly a a quarter quarter of of those those deaths deaths some some twenty twenty four four thousand thousand because because in in the the most most recent recent wave wave of of infection infection the the began began October October appeared appeared in in which which vaccines vaccines have have been been widely widely available available in in the the E. E. U. U. nation nation and and now now joins joins Italy Italy Britain Britain France France and and Germany Germany as as as as European European nations nations that that have have recorded recorded one one hundred hundred thousand thousand deaths deaths I'm I'm Charles Charles last last month month
As omicron spreads, Europe scrambles to shore up health care
"The the issues issues across across Europe Europe the the scrambling scrambling to to prop prop up up health health systems systems straight straight by by stock stock shortages shortages label label new new highly highly transmissible transmissible only only chrome chrome variant variant of of the the coronavirus coronavirus troops troops to to be be deployed deployed to to London London hospitals hospitals health health care care workers workers infected infected with with Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen a a treating treating patients patients in in France France the the Netherlands Netherlands is is on on to to a a lockdown lockdown and and ten ten to to two two field field hospitals hospitals have have gone gone up up in in Sicily Sicily the the medical medical director director of of Britain's Britain's National National Health Health Service Service says says the the wave wave of of infections infections crashing crashing over over the the continent continent as as overcome overcome spreads spreads means means more more patients patients to to treat treat the the fewest fewest off off to to treat treat them them the the head head of of a a hospital hospital doctors doctors association association in in Naples Naples Italy Italy says says the the situation situation is is critical critical much much worse worse than than what what it it appears appears I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor that's that's my my
France's Macron sparks outrage as he vows to annoy the unvaccinated - CNBC
"French French president president Emmanuel Emmanuel mackerel mackerel has has provoked provoked outcries outcries in in parliament parliament and and protests protests from from election election rivals rivals by by using using a a vulgarity vulgarity to to describe describe his his strategy strategy for for pressuring pressuring vaccine vaccine refusals refusals in in an an interview interview published published by by French French newspaper newspaper le le parisien parisien McCall McCall used used a a French French word word meaning meaning to to rile rile or or to to bug bug when when referring referring to to France's France's unvaccinated unvaccinated people people I I think think we we will will continue continue to to rile rile to to the the end end the the president president made made the the explosive explosive from from mark mark as as lawmakers lawmakers all all heatedly heatedly debating debating new new measures measures that that would would allow allow only only the the vaccinated vaccinated to to enjoy enjoy leisure leisure activities activities such such as as eating eating out out his his use use of of the the language language more more commonly commonly heard heard at at the the countess countess of of French French cafes cafes further further complicates complicates the the already already difficult difficult passage passage in in parliament parliament of of the the government's government's planned planned new new vaccine vaccine poss poss I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma French French president president Emmanuel Emmanuel mackerel mackerel has has provoked provoked outcries outcries in in parliament parliament and and protests protests from from election election rivals rivals by by using using a a vulgarity vulgarity to to describe describe his his strategy strategy for for pressuring pressuring vaccine vaccine refusals refusals in in
America, Still the Freest Country in the World
"What is happening in Canada, Austria, Holland, let's see, where else did I put Germany, France, New Zealand, Australia? We're actually the freest major industrialized democracy on earth. Yep. And Florida is freer, just Florida, Nebraska, whole host of places. My good friend in Nebraska, who works out as I do, work out at a gym. My gym's been closed. I'm now work out at home. My Jim has been closed. I have not been able to attend it except for a couple of months for now on nearly two years. He hasn't missed his gym once not a day. In Omaha Nebraska. Why isn't he dead? Why wasn't he sick? Because he lives in a state governed by people who are rational. Republicans. You get the lie at college that conservatives are irrational and progressives are rational. But it's a lie, it's completely the opposite. Florida is a free state, then a seed is a free state. Mississippi is a free state, Alabama. Whoever is governed almost always accept Massachusetts, which is a state of mostly foolish people. And people are people are freer in those places. We are freer in America, Canada. You can't get together indoors. You could not have Christmas with more than three other people. Because your neighbors will snitch on you because they were tilted to snitch on you. As I wrote in my column, Canada should replace the maple leaf on its flag with a sheep.
Europe, US frustrated with Iranian stance in nuclear talks
"Europe Europe and and the the US US remain remain frustrated frustrated with with the the Iranian Iranian stones stones in in nuclear nuclear talks talks diplomats diplomats are are expressing expressing frustration frustration with with the the wrong wrong stance stance in in talks talks aimed aimed at at salvaging salvaging it's it's tough tough to to twenty twenty fifteen fifteen nuclear nuclear deal deal saying saying Tehran Tehran is is wasting wasting precious precious time time and and that that time time is is running running out out secretary secretary of of state state Anthony Anthony Blinken Blinken says says diplomacy diplomacy remains remains the the best best option option but but that that Washington's Washington's engaging engaging with with partners partners on on alternatives alternatives diplomats diplomats from from Britain Britain France France and and Germany Germany have have urged urged Tehran Tehran to to come come back back with with realistic realistic proposals proposals after after the the Iranian Iranian delegation delegation representing representing the the countries countries and and you you hardline hardline government government previously previously made made numerous numerous the the moms moms the the other other participants participants deemed deemed unacceptable unacceptable I'm I'm Charles Charles through through this this month month
France: 400 investigations into fake COVID-19 health passes
"Francis Francis opened opened a a large large number number of of probes probes into into networks networks providing providing free free concluded concluded nineteen nineteen health health bosses bosses as as virus virus related related hospitalizations hospitalizations rise rise sharply sharply across across the the country country France's France's interior interior minister minister who's who's told told RTL RTL radio radio authorities authorities have have identified identified several several thousand thousand figure figure could could be be nineteen nineteen health health policies policies in in use use around around the the country country he he says says some some four four hundred hundred investigations investigations have have been been opened opened into into the the peddling peddling off off the the fake fake policies policies including including some some connected connected to to health health professionals professionals the the case case of of a a woman woman with with the the virus virus who who died died in in a a Paris Paris regional regional hospital hospital after after showing showing a a force force vaccine vaccine certificate certificate has has drawn drawn attention attention in in French French media media in in recent recent days days the the hospital's hospital's intensive intensive care care chief chief has has said said they they would would have have given given the the woman woman immediate immediate antibody antibody treatment treatment had had they they known known that that she she wasn't wasn't vaccinated vaccinated I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma
School district faces two $100M suits after Oxford shootings
"The the Michigan Michigan school school district district where where four four students students died died in in a a shooting shooting is is being being sued sued by by parents parents an an attorney attorney for for Jeffrey Jeffrey and and brandy brandy France France says says two two lawsuits lawsuits seeking seeking one one hundred hundred million million dollars dollars each each have have been been filed filed in in Detroit Detroit against against the the Oxford Oxford community community school school district district the the superintendent superintendent the the principal principal and and other other staff staff at at Oxford Oxford high high school school on on behalf behalf of of their their daughters daughters as as victims victims of of the the November November thirtieth thirtieth shooting shooting Riley Riley a a senior senior at at Oxford Oxford high high was was shot shot in in the the neck neck and and her her sister sister Bella Bella ninth ninth grader grader was was next next to to her her when when it it happened happened suspect suspect even even Crumley Crumley a a fifteen fifteen year year old old sophomore sophomore has has been been charged charged as as an an adult adult the the day day of of the the shooting shooting school school officials officials met met with with Crumley Crumley and and his his parents parents after after a a teacher teacher found found a a disturbing disturbing drawing drawing prosecutors prosecutors say say the the handgun handgun used used in in the the killing killing was was bought bought a a few few days days before before by by Crowley's Crowley's father father his his parents parents are are also also facing facing charges charges of of involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter personal personal injury injury lawyers lawyers have have expressed expressed doubt doubt that that the the district district could could be be successfully successfully sued sued that's that's because because Michigan Michigan law law sets sets a a high high bar bar for for liability liability for for public public schools schools and and other other arms arms of of government government I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
France races to identify suspect in Saudi journalist's death
"French French authorities authorities are are racing racing to to verify verify the the identity identity of of a a suspect suspect in in the the twenty twenty eighteen eighteen killing killing of of sounded sounded young young this this Jamal Jamal Khashoggi Khashoggi who's who's been been arrested arrested that's that's an an apple apple near near Paris Paris a a judicial judicial official official has has told told the the AP AP that that the the suspect suspect can can be be held held until until Thursday Thursday morning morning forty forty eight eight hours hours after after he he was was detained detained on on a a twenty twenty nineteen nineteen Turkish Turkish arrest arrest warrant warrant French French radio radio network network RTL RTL says says a a Saudi Saudi national national name name how how do do I I need need to to tie tie UP UP was was arrested arrested Tuesday Tuesday as as he he was was trying trying to to board board a a flight flight from from Paris Paris to to Riyadh Riyadh however however the the Saudi Saudi embassy embassy in in Paris Paris says says the the arrested arrested man man has has nothing nothing to to do do with with the the case case in in question question on on the the specs specs his his immediate immediate release release I'll I'll tell tell you you B. B. was was one one of of over over a a dozen dozen Saudi Saudi officials officials sanctioned sanctioned by by the the US US treasury treasury in in twenty twenty eighteen eighteen over over the the because because sure sure she's she's slaying slaying I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma
"france." Discussed on ESPN FC
"Big games together to turn things run because before that he's been poor at the euros even before the euro since the euro's apart from the wind last month but the race was bad so this is a golden opportunity for them to go back onto the right path for the world cup in fourteen months and they did so well tonight is vintage two thousand in france thirty six percent of the ball game managing the opposition's with the board pretty well even if they let them the ball and then going offensive transition so quick so good on this one of the two goals that almost cost them eventually indian and even when they first but certainly look very much more like the twenty eight hundred euros in twenty twenty one and tell me why it was an embarrassment against three one three one with ten minutes ago. But that's not nebraska. Embarrassment three one. She the best team in the world and your ten minutes ago. That's football it can happen. Doesn't come into an embarrassment. Make us their attitude was embarrassing. They thought it done and dusted. They thought they'd want to surround that. You'd expert very much working with you every day. I'm i all these yes. Joyce was winning your french. Bosman is and bosnian might be the wrong. I see what you mean. And it's good. And i think they all the embarrassment is considering gave the no stick with embarrassing. Very much a. I'm sorry my anti switzerland way. Stevie of courses improve since two thousand eighteen. If you take a look at that two-pronged attack. Now of ben zimmer and imbaba works so well. how much does that play into bends. Emmaus go in. The fact defenders are concerned about embattled huge. Especially if you again as a defender and a good example would be a to a to a tube one situation..
"france." Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"France would appear to have recovered from its spooning by australia. With commendable speed and equanimity though smarting from australia's decision to abandon an agreed. Purchase or french submarines. In favor of buying american france earlier this week concluded a major defense deal with greece. Greece will spend circa five billion euros on french. Built warships and combat aircraft and the two countries have agreed a mutual defence pact. This is not obviously a straightforward case of a rejected partner seeking comfort from heartbreak in the arms of the next available suitor. Major procurement deals are rarely slung together in a week or in the grip of vengeful rage. But france will at least be glad of the timing. Which will remind everybody of france's importance and reminding everybody. Over france's importance has long been a cornerstone of french foreign policy. The details of the deal are approximately as greece will by six further. So rafael fighters bringing total complement operated by the hellenic air force to twenty four. This will please. France which has had much less luck. Exporting the raphael than it did with its approximate predescessor dassault's mirage. The mirage was a huge hit from the nineteen sixties until quite recently notably in africa the middle east and south america. The raphael has thus far sold only to greece in europe and to egypt india and cata outside it though croatia does have a dozen secondhand raphael's on order the hellenic navy meanwhile is believed to have signed up for three french frigates and three corvettes with an option for for the purchases. Greece was known to be keen to significantly upgrade seaborne forces and several countries offered on the tender francis bid was reportedly the most expensive that greece went with any way tells us much about recent history and about the current relationship between the two countries listeners could be forgiven for zoning out of spats between greece and turkey the two countries become more or less constantly and it has been awhile since anything much came of it but last summer you may recall. There was an amount of algae biology in the eastern mediterranean. Turkey was acting in what greece believed an untoward. Lee proprietor fashion about natural gas reserves in the vicinity of cyprus half of which has been since nineteen seventy four eight turkish puppet state recognized by nobody else as legitimate amid indignant maneuverings both diplomatic and maritime there was a prang between the greek frigate nas and the turkish frigate camel race and you may take a wild guess as to who blamed whom battleship what was much more instructive whilst the reaction of france to french. Raphael's were flown to crete and the french helicopter carrier tunnel and the frigate lafayette will ordered to the vicinity in a dispute between two of its nato allies. France had unmistakably picked aside. Greece was clearly grateful. Indeed prime minister carry across mitsotakis. Speaking about this new agreement hailed a very strong alliance that goes beyond the obligations of one to the other in the context of the eu and nato the precise details of any mutual defence clauses. In the new franco. Greek alliance are unclear. That statement will have arched a few eyebrows in ankara. Picking a side in general has been something that french president emmanuel macron has been keen for more european countries to do speaking upon the conclusion of the deal with greece macron admonished europe. To stop being naive and to take its own defense more seriously. He has a case. The donald trump aberration should have been bracing reminded that europe cannot or at least should not take the united states for granted forever. Certainly as macron would see things right now the us urging it submarines on australia reinforces the lesson that america is growing ever more interested in the pacific less so in the atlantic macron's warnings and not entirely selfless no french. President lacks aquin sense of francis grandeur and macron lax it less than most if the us is more focused on china and the uk remains more naturally instead with the us especially now it has departed the eu and embraced orcas then. France is europe's naturally dominant military and diplomatic power since brexit france is now the only country indeed which is a member of the eu an nato and also has a permanent seat on the un security council. Miffed though macron clearly is of australia's snub of francis subs he. Nevertheless senses opportunity in reordering world.
"france." Discussed on The Journal.
"Last wednesday president biden stepped up to a podium at the white house. I'm honored today to be joined by to america's closest allies. Australia united kingdom joining him. Virtually were uk prime minister boris johnson and australian prime minister scott morrison. The three leaders were announcing a new security partnership in the pacific and the cornerstone of that agreement was a big defense deal. Because we are launching consultations with australia's acquisition of conventionally armed nuclear powered submarines in a deal where tens of billions of dollars. The us agreed to sell nuclear powered submarines to australia. We're joining together. We're partnerships are getting stronger. This is what we're about. It was the kind of new story. Generally fades from the headlines. Pretty quickly except this one didn't because one country had been left out of last week's announcement. France what none of those world leaders mentioned was that the us is new submarine deal with australia would replace a previous submarine deal. That australia had with france and that made france mad. She was view uncle. That's the french foreign minister. John yves le drian in an interview on french radio. The day after the us announcement the draw said he was angry in this radio interview. He completely lashes out at the us. That's our colleague. Matthew dalton he said that the by the administration has stabbed it in the back seat mobile phone say. Uncle don't do. And perhaps worst of all from the french perspective they said that the biden administration was behaving like trump. Said this zoom need at the previous ziebel. Sally songbook quals crews emotion on this unilateral brutal and unpredictable decision. He said reminds me a lot of what president used to do. I had never heard any member of the french government. Get that angry about anything than.
"france." Discussed on Pod Save the World
"So we are very happy to welcome back to the world. Senator chris murphy welcome back the show. Thanks for having me good to talk to. So you know. I wanna start on afghanistan In we've covered this Very very closely on the show including The the particularities withdraw. But i'm going to kind of step back with you because you were one of the voices I think challenging the conventional thinking that this was the end of the world that the withdrawal itself was a faulty decision. And i think also speaking to the the fact that the the the the hysteria in some quarters about the withdrawal kind of actually exposed just how divorced from reality aspects of our foreign policy. Discussion are now that we've had a little time. Like how do you reflect on this as an inflection point potentially obviously present biden was trying to make this case at the end of this is inflection point it how is it afghanistan inflection point. In what does it say about. Kind of the disconnect between a lot of the Establish voices on foreign policy in in in kind of the reality that joe biden's dealing first of all. Thanks for the great work team. Have done on this trying to right size our expectation. Thanks for letting me put up a a an opinion crooked. That sort of goes through. What i see is the primary dangerous i'll talk about the inflection point but i you know my real worry. Is that these. Lessons are refusing to be learned by the dc foreign policy establishment. That this magical thinking. I.
"france." Discussed on Pod Save the World
"Welcome back to the world. I'm tommy vitor. I'm ben rhodes ben. All the way live from washington. Dc has the blob. Found you yet. This like slowly rolling to your studio yeah. There's a a group of agitated people outside my hotel. I've never laughed harder than i did. The other day reading that new york times story about members of the dc Foreign policy establishment. Or the blob. As you branded them being mad about being called the blob. It was incredible. Yeah i mean it's kind of funny. Because the article only then proceeds to quote people who i think would largely be perceived as a part of the blob and i saw some people kind of complaining about that like why. Aren't there other voices for point. Yes to show. How like agitated. The bob gets by. I mean the best guy who's like lamenting The hurt feelings. The blob in his title is the the henry kissinger distinguish something. Rather you know. And it's like well. Henry kissinger distinguished professor of global affair. Johns hopkins school of advanced international. I'm not knocking academia. But yeah that was. The serrao was her name. She did a brilliant. I mean. I think she's trolling everybody including me to some extent which is totally fine. Like bob is something. I invented on the fly but It was good. It was it was. It was a great Also bending before a very serious important show today. Dan had some very harsh words for your decision to go to. Bob woodward house and to eat soup with him during a book interview. It felt like two thousand seven two thousand. We're getting our legs chopped out from dan on comms issues. Do you want to respond. Have the mike now open floor. I felt like i was once again. Twenty nine years old and in the campaign office in chicago and had made some rookie mistake. That here's the thing about podcast. It's great. Dan was the kinda guy that would like yell. You but you would know that he was pissed at you. Like yeah yeah. He wouldn't respond your email for like seven hours and it was like being able to overhear how he was complaining about something i did to somebody else. He obviously was correct. Although i will say that it was a very good bowl soup and You know. I think i i mean sometimes you got to play ball right. I mean i. I think i made our case there in that book I was i wasn't i wasn't dishing against the team. Which is what you're usually most worried about. Woodward expanded your slurping. I feel like i was listening to dan. Talk to like bill burton about me exactly all. I am ben smith in two thousand seven exactly. I hurt because dan was one hundred percent right like i agree with anything he said. I was like yeah. He's right about that kind of rookie. Mistake didn't make it again. Sorry about that well. At least dan now knows that he's going to come at us on the show. We're gonna clapback. We'll find a way to come back. Dan with our split mom speaking clapping back so we are going to talk about a lot of stuff today. Including why a security pact between the us. The uk and australia has our french. Friends furious There's elections in candidate in russia. The assassination of iranian scientists more troubled the southern border. The general assembly is happening now as we speak. Ben can you feel the progress all the way down in. Dc world is changing as we speak underneath their feet. Credible this season is is being slowed. You know all those things are happening. Yes all sorts of goods up We got a quick update on ethiopia. Some news about boris johnson. And some news about space force. You did our interview today. You are in dc. As i mentioned before you were in the swamp which Which creature into all out of the pool to interview for that i think the the the most world oh member of the united states senate chris murphy The lease swampy. Yeah we love. Chris murphy but we covered a lot of ground here. Because i wanted you know. He wrote a great piece for crooked dot com defending the afghanistan decision we unpacked kind of his argument there but then we really look forward to like. What does this mean for the future of american foreign policy. Shouldn't we be looking at descending. The afghan war but perhaps one in our use of drones given what we saw in the tragic drone strike What are the priorities for us. Foreign policy going forward. Why the hell can we not confirm nominees because ted cruz and josh hollier assholes And he gave a good read out of his recent trip to lebanon With some pretty concrete recommendations for how to address an issue that you and i talked about without a lot of good answers so definitely worth a listen definitely worth listen to stick around for that before the news two very important updates. The first is something you all know which is that. 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"france." Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"The reaction of the population in general In the sense that for example they have made these crazy declarations Some of the experts on television one of them said a we. We will force vaccinate people even if we have to come at your home on with a yes on with policemen on another one said you know The new threats is the antibac- says it's not the virus anymore because we can fight. We can treat. That is yantai taxes and what is really exception. I believe is that the population is not reacting in what could be expected as relief fighting each other baxter's you know again anti and so they will go together out in the street and they say you know some people say i have been vaccinated again to safety bass. I won't freedom. i want medical freedom. I want this country to remain in the country of liberty. And we're not gonna take it so that's one very positive. Sign for another example is Some hospitals you know in the icy news where people just Went on strike against. We have no covet patients here. We have nobody. So we're we're just stopping it. In the beginning of the pandemic everybody was clapping in their hands. We were the heroes and now we are detroiters because we don't want to be vaccinated and so They just stopped working and said we're stopping in until you know we get it done so i don't know what's going to happen. It's but it's so extreme. What has been announced. Almost let's say mandatory vaccination of almost every professional category except for the police. Yes yes except for the police so but a lot of the police and those are. The military are reciting with population. So we don't know what's going to happen well. It's certainly up in the air everywhere. But i am. You know it's really inspiring to hear that the people are standing together that they're not pointing each other out and i think that that is a beautiful thing and as soon as you said it you know. I was reminded that our statue of liberty is a gift from france. And the idea of liberty really truly is in you know coursing through the bloodstream of the people of france. So our hearts are with you and all of your friends in france and I i'm so proud of them for the way they've stood up and you know and i'm glad to hear that we show these images of police that are being very brutal but it is nice to know that some of them are dropping their hands and standing with the people. So we'll just see how this all plays out. Actually if i can just come into a little bit on that because what's happened you have to put it in account state context it. You see germany had a lot of protests during during the whole year on the uk in other countries and france. Not so much. You have to remember that. There was the yellow vest movement two years ago and so so the people have been on the streets for owes more than a year every week and already the repression was extremely violent. The police repression. The black blocks are very very aware that the government is working with anti foul black blocks. Or whoever you want to call them. And so They're very aware of this. When we know that the repression has been extremely violence. So what could happen. Is that European forces orrin nato forces circle than If the actually local Many times the local police or even people in the army say they don't want to fight against the people and so Yeah that's that's the risk that other versus would intervene. We hope not and center. Thank you for those details that you know as i've said as we look around the world. I don't know that you're seeing our news. We're really not seeing yours. It's hard to understand what's happening. So thank you for shining some light on it and you are a courageous warrior mother and you stand with so many warrior mothers i think around the world that will In the end be recognized for the great work that you did to bring truth to the people so thank you. Keep up the good work and we'll talk to you soon. Thank you so much dell. It's really a pleasure. You're doing a fantastic job. We need to translate you subtitle. We need to work on that. We'll work on that in the near future. We've got a new website now. So we're kicking everything up a notch gonna make that happen because that's very important right all right. Take care center if you liked that clip and be sure to check out our live broadcast of the high wire every thursday morning at eleven. Am pacific time. You can watch it on. I tunes and twitter. We'll see you there..
"france." Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"I think the one nation that stands out in amongst many. Because it's had such an about face and you know when we talk about france. Is we think about. I think about les miz. I mean i grew up. That was the one of the biggest shows on broadway We know about the french revolution. But then this musical that captured our hearts and minds about the student revolution standing up for their rights and and better living circumstances all of that so the power of these people the french to stand up. We've seen them marsh for different reasons whether it was for better wages and you know those arguments that were happening for the pandemic came. Well now the boom has dropped macron. Has you know pushed these this vaccination policy and Passports in the future and clearly these images that are coming out of france are some of the most shocking. These are brothers and sisters and is this really just a glimpse into our future. The future of every nation if when we think about if there is some global agenda and some smaller group of governing beings that are driving this. What is it they want. And is france enacting it exactly the way they want. How is it. They want the entire world to respond. When we look at france. Ask yourself is. My president is my leader as my prime minister in meetings where they're asking this to happen to my nation take a look at this thousands of protestants descendant of pirates during the bastille day celebrations on wednesday as many believed.
"france." Discussed on Diaspora Blues
"Defense much was really good like at the beginning. It was only like my house. Meant and i who are using it. I am really pleased with it. And then this is what i would give to my friends for their birthdays. Or like one of the feeling down that will just like make some serbs as nadji spray. Like some oil with essential. Is something like this something really carrying something that like. I've only come to realize it like in the past few weeks that most of the pushes that i'm making i'm like making them for myself but i don't realize it before i let me not to go. I had to ask them about ten tons a soulful series. They could produce with shag. Gays so tender tone is not an original idea So i think it was in two thousand eighteen that i wasn't conversations with cia and they said that they wanted to organize something with me. Something for some people the community that would have that would relate to food and wells and so then they told me that the this this Event happening in the us cold tender tables tender table. I think he's already generated in auckland and they might have another one in another town. But i forgot the name of it But essentially it's like a bench it's Woman and nonbinary fogs. That are from a bipolar background. Who come and shallow storing that data relating to food they and then when they are performing the piece the audience gets to action. Taste the dish so we decided to to do the same thing here and Of course like we asked permission to use the concept and they were like really happy so we actually had the first one in twenty eight at my friend's house in. Kobe was a beautiful tree house. And we have three bell. Four mills So all of them cooked a meal at the house. Doing you know like before the event and they wrote a poem about it and so while do people well performing the piece The audience was like trying. It was amazing. Thanks so much for coming on the show and sharing your story with us. If you'd like to know more about. I mean not header of it today. Instagram page. soco bari spelt s. o. g. o. p. r. i. that's s. o. g. o. b. r. i. or hop on their website at dinosaurs and hots dot com. You're listening to the espera blues at three cr radio program. That also is on tuesdays at three thirty pm on radio..
"france." Discussed on Diaspora Blues
"Talk. I have a friend named i. Not a who. I've known for a year now. She's from the african diaspora with bombard european and pillow routes. She'd be in melbourne for a few years. Now and it just the code to me recently that i don't know how she got here or why a what. Life was like living in france as a young black person. So i hit my sis up and asked her wife stralia and why now so. This is not story. My name is i mean dementia. Gento i interested in hillbillies. I'm doing a certificate to become a teacher. Which i'm very excited about. I think at the beginning. I started practicing yoga just because they had like a lot of back pain when i was still living at home And then it was like some sort of moving meditation a way to get back to my buddy And i love the way it's like affecting people in a spiritual sense but you don't notice it. It's only like the more you practice in the more you feel connected to yourself and whatever his deeper when i felt the register to do this advocate. I didn't think that will be teaching it to anyone. I just wanted to do it for myself. And damara practice in d'amato's some classes to my Classmates and mock comfortable. I felt so. Yeah i feel like him getting ready to give my first classes. I grew up in albany in the ninety s at a time when conversation about diversity and representation wasn't a popular discourse in fact. I don't think. I heard it discussed australian tv at least not to my knowledge. So i i mean not top. What was it like growing up. Black in france was that any different. I think there's so many dimensions to this question because They was never like misunderstanding of about my blackness because being raised by a black mom like who was born in mali in who's proud of her of her heritage she was never. She never tried to tell us that. We sort of belong to this country but at the same time she was. I think without fully realizing that she was really extremely pushing us into as relation. Because this is just like an act of survival infants and she's always told us like you have to film like ten thousand times better than white people. Because you're black. You have to be to do this because you're black. You have to talk this because you're black you cannot wear this Baggy clothes or like like when my brother started wearing baggy clothes and dressing gangsta and all of that every day. She would give him a lesson. You cannot wear this because you're black in all of them and my brother has always been very How would i sit on Like should've says nothing like a he was like. I don't give a shit what people think about me you know. I don't care that they would put all those prejudices in all these different identities onto my body. Just because i'm black and just because i'm dressing up this way. You know he. He's always been like him he's he's never tried to assimilate and i've and that's something that i've always believed my out about him. He was always like very sure of him and very confident of his identity and never wanted to be anything that people wanted him to be Actually we had this conversation last year because we met up Just before the pandemic we will look enough to do like little family trip. And i told you we had this conversation about assimilation in france and i told him how i admit i was of him because he had never tried to read as was always like told me. I'm a neagle. I've always been a will always be a never never tried to like the defense chuck sent because at home. When i'm talking to my brother we'll always using slang and from the neighborhood was like what if i'm talking to like white dozen that i have to use another language because they're not gonna understand the all they're gonna like took down at me you know they'll just gonna catego- highs meaning another category. You're listening to the four blues. Three cr radia program. That is on tuesdays at three thirty pm on radio skipper. Racism in australia is blatant in some places and passive and others. This country was founded on genocide and displacement and since settlement began aboriginal. People have been pleased. Sidelined in this empowered by successive governments. You know the stats almost five. Hundred virtual people have died in custody. Aboriginal and torres strait islander. Children are nine point. Seven times more likely than non indigenous kids to be placed in out of home care. This is according to the family matters. Report twenty twenty kids as young as ten usually at regional children can be detained and locked up. The white strahl in policy might have ended but black people and communities of color are still under threat from white supremacists believes believes that view us as a threat. Deny ask jobs and up at children said what's been emmy not experience of racism in france so verma experienced racism in france is very very direct It's like you can be called. It's like it's wouldn't be it. Wouldn't surprise me if a fan of mine told me that they've been calling guy in the streets you know is like my mom would would have like so many stories of her like slapping people on the streets because they are being racist to her all just like getting into like another of his fight but you know like a really strong agreements with people and you always have to fifi. Suffered advocate for yourself because people are just so blatantly racist infants. And it's something that it's like it's it's like the migrants have never been accepted. They're they're trying. You know how like the hates muslims. They hate Black folks they hate everyone that he's not foster. Do soc and foster do. Sushi is like a french person that has been french in white for like the past. Five hundred years you know is like even if you have. Let's say like some italian blood in your family. You're not french if you're greg. You're not french you know it's like this kind of like pride.
"france." Discussed on Diaspora Blues
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"france." Discussed on Reds Ramblings
"Well I want. I don't mean to put you on the spot. 'cause you're living they're gonNA know. But what I can say I can say that four now I don't really care about politics because. It's just because I'm going to apply for the Canadian citizenship in maybe next year. I will care them. Yes. But for now I'm still you know I'm still considered like. I. Have My Canadian Green Cards Year so It's like my only step now is to get the Canadian passport, and so maybe that's why I kind of stay away from politics for now because I'm not involved in it so. The. Wants will have that. Can I didn't passport I will feel very concerned about. Yeah, but you know but yeah, everything political but in general. I. Think yes. An- I don I'm nonviolent and I don't like to get into I. Don't want to get into arguments with. Just don't agree with with my ideas and I feel that in politics. Each wrote it's really where. People really don't accept that you just don't think like them. That's my. That's my feeling. I totally agree with that remain again, you're you're our neighbor so I'm sure you kinda read or hear at least about what's going on down here. So one hundred percent the same thing and I, think definitely because I'm not even right now I don't want too much into it either 'cause. Yeah. The situation with with the virus and everything kinda mix politics even more of like a I don't I don't know I I have my opinions on stuff I keep them to myself. That's that's all on the say on that you know. Yes, I totally agree there. So. So then you're you're planning on trying to trying to become a Canadian citizen that's also hope that works out for you. Would that be is that with that? Make you a dual citizen thinks I'm assuming you're definitely national asses in for France. Yeah. Go back. It will give me Because you have to know that my. My dream I wanted to accomplish when I left island the dream of kids with that I don't know why. But when I was a kid I wanted..
"france." Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Today, the amateur traveler talks about walled towns and standing stones, beaches, and folk festivals, pirates, and you boats as we go to Brittany in France. Welcome to the amateur traveler I'm your host Chris? Christensen. Let's talk about Britney. I'd like to welcome to the show Kristen Montgomery from growing global citizens dot com who come to talk to us about the region of France known as Brittany Kristin welcome to the show. Thanks Chris and I want to say the Duchy of Brittany, but that's really not the term anymore so. It's definitely part of France officially where we talking about. So Britney is located in north western France, and as you said, it used to be a duchy, but in the fifteen hundreds it was incorporated as part of France basically taken over a against their will, so there's still a very strong regional identity. There are some people that still identify as being brought tone before their French slump. And why should someone go to Britney? Britney is a place that is not usually on lots of travelers lists. Obviously, if you're going to head to France, you think of Peres you think of southern France provence or niece, but there are a lot of really great things to see in Britannia, Britney there are beautiful beaches first of all, and it's actually sand beaches, unlike the rocky beaches that you find down south. It's a great place for a multi generational trip. So if you're traveling with family, it would be an excellent place to visit because it's a little bit less touristy, less crowded. There are more things to do that are in small towns out in the country. And it has this Celtic identity like I said the the Britain identity that really is not found in any other place in France, and so you're going to be hearing things like bagpipes for music. You're going to be seeing traditional dancing, even some of the Breton, language. and. I found that people here were really very very friendly. which is something that I hate to say, but sometimes and other parts of France especially, you think of Paris. They don't really have the reputation of being very friendly, but people here really took the time to be able to chat. And if you're someone that likes history or is into myths and legend Brittany has a lot of that, too. Excellent. What Are you going to recommend for us? So I would recommend starting in Ren, ren is in the eastern part of Brittany. And you can fly in, or you can take the train. The TJ evade <hes> from Paris. It's about an hour and forty five minutes. There are international flights into rent from other places in Europe, but I don't think there are any from the US or from north. America directly. If you're looking for a place, that would have more connections. That would be a bigger city. You can also fly into note, which is farther south and not officially right now is no longer part of Brittany in the administrative region, but it was part of that she. And there is a quite a bit to see there, too. So I won't talk about that today, but that's another option if you want more connections. And, so for the itinerary <hes> like I said you're going to start in Rin and then most of the things to see our along the coast, so you're basically going to do a clockwise circle, and you can go all the way around following the coast and then get back to ren okay. Excellent we'll let's jump in a little more detail. What are we going to Iran before we head to the coast? Okay so. Is the cultural capital of Brittany to university town, and it's really easy to get around. I will mention that you're gonNA. WanNa rent a car to be able to do this. Because there are a lot of small towns that you're going to want to be able to go in and out of. But when you're in rent itself, you don't need a car. They actually have a great metro and it's the smallest city in France to have metro. And this one is driverless also so it goes both underground and above ground, and it was really clean and safe and efficient, so that was that was something that I didn't really expect, but it was a very pleasant surprise. So, Ren is known for its half timber houses, which is funny, because that really I think we're on the other end of France over and. Also as lorraine or something like that when I see the half timber houses, yes, exactly <hes> that part of France and then Germany to places where you usually think of those, but it's very much native to the architecture here and I believe it's done in a slightly different way, but I'm not positive about that, but the half timber houses are usually the first level is stone, and then on top of that they're usually three or four other levels that have these big pieces of wood, and then they're deaf clan of plaster or mud in between them. When they're all different colors, and so when you see them all together for example, plastic undone. It's a big square where you can see this architecture and Ren, and some of these are incredibly old. They're dating from the fifteenth to Seventeenth Century. All the way back in the Middle Ages incredibly old by American standards is an exactly. Yes, thank you. Yes. It's all relative actually in Renton. They're kind of pockets of these and the reason. There aren't more is because like many other places. There was a big fire in seventeen twenty, and so many of them were destroyed, and so part of the town has this much older architecture and part of the town has more modern architecture. And another thing you're want to see. Is the Britain parliament building and like I said Brennan kind of the. Of Brittany, and so this parliament building originally had a little bit more autonomy than it does now now. It's really part of France, but they still do some court cases here it's it's basically a court of Appeals. The architecture that's there is beautiful. Especially, the grown Sean Code they have paintings and tapestries in there. It's all <hes> Gold Leaf. I believe the
"france." Discussed on 600 WREC
"When they took power in France they literally abolish time they wanted to restart the calendar and get rid of the agrarian based calendar they said all history before us is irrelevant we're gonna start history now what is that sound sounds quite similar to Alexandria because you Cortez saying everyone before us has done everything wrong before since since like March sounds like Karl Marx it's the exact same sort of who bris and lack of respect for the thinkers and the sacrifice of people proceeding you the founding fathers were appreciating the sacrifices of the religious liberty Judeo Christian values of the colonies you're going to stand up to the people that came to America and founded the colonies originally they left seeking liberty and freedom and put their entire life on the line they could have died on the voyage over they could have died of disease there is no guarantee it would have worked out for them and the name started to live under oppressive rule from from King George and from the monarchy and they rebelled into the formation of the greatest most prosperous generous benevolent civilization ever created in the history of the world France to your point what is a rebellion not inspired by the American revolution that is a that is a lazy interpretation of history it was inspired by greed and that's what drives the collectivist and the socialists they were upset that the French ruling class was moving so well so instead of having an American based revolution in France where they wanted to restore natural rights and restore private property they decided to begin what ended up being a decades long slaughter of infighting collectivist control they tried what was called the Paris commune for a very short period of time which ended up being a total and complete disaster I think it's rather instructive because the left will always operate in predictable patterns we can learn also from the Russian Revolution which was different than the French Revolution but this revolution right now that this revolution that I try to do America is a little bit of a mixture of both the reason it's different though is that never before have we seen a Marxist with Marxist revolution B. so outwardly against the country they're trying to take over the Russian Revolution actually disguise themselves as pro Russian they're actually trying to take over the country while convincing the populist it's a horrible evil country all right back live this is why life liberty live ins becoming a fixture of Sunday night programming seriously how many of you watch a live if you can you DVR it because it's not your typical program on cable or network on satellite or anyway and I'm gonna keep it that way and Charlie Kirk was absolutely superb we have a tremendous guest coming up this Sunday Bob Woodward many of these people you may not be familiar with some of you are I have over his many leading light in the conservative movement for civil rights for a long time is an African American choose me and he's pulled together this project the counters the sixteen nineteen project that America was founded in slavery he's going to be absolutely fascinating guest as well we'll be right back then Cookin.
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"Bootle AI in France read for the break, you were going through some details of some real financial struggles with both, you know both the law firm in, in MAG, the basically, you can get in that defense contract. And how a lot of the members were pulling money out of their Bank accounts, pulling money out of their houses, and everything else, just to make it happen and survive. Would you talk a little bit about, you know, the reality of the entrepreneurial struggle and what can vice you might have for anybody in the military, this considered entrepreneurship charge out? I think entrepreneurship is, is wonderful in theory, and is a very gritty and hard and and challenging in practice. And there are certain certain. Polities about entrepreneurship that a veteran in particular should confront right? I the military is a gigantic safety net in the sense that it takes care of you. Right. You know where your paycheck's coming from, you know, you know where your next assignments going to be, you know, you're going to get housing? So all those things go away. Once you leave the military right in, in the big civilian world. You know, it doesn't take care of you in the same way the military does. And that's that's both a a pro. And con so it's doubly so when you make the move to be an entrepreneur, because unlike if you're moving from, like a military jobs civilian job. At least you can count on the steady paycheck. And at least you can count on a system where people are telling you. Hey, this is what success looks like maybe it's not, not the same organized system. Right. That we're used you in the military. But at least there's some type system with an being an entrepreneur, you're creating that system. Right. You're creating not success now. That's. That sounds bad right in the sense. Like, wow, how do I figure that out? But it's also goodness sense that it's an open slate. And so if, if the idea of creating something from scratch right of creating something that adds value to other people's lives that makes a difference is exciting to you. Right. If that if that makes you wake up in the morning, passionate about what you do the same way that serving in uniform did than perhaps being an entrepreneur for you, because I think at its heart entrepreneurship is about service. It's about creating and bring to market, a product or service, that helps other people and great entrepreneurs succeed because they really feel that what they're doing is calling not dissimilar to the way that someone military feels that what they're doing us a calling to serve by putting on the uniform and putting themselves in harm's way in defense of our of our constitution in our country. And so, I think if if you find. Something that you're not passionate about. In terms of creating value for other people. That's a good reason to become an entrepreneur, so, you know, the first piece of advice, I have for folks is make sure that whatever you're doing. You have not level of passionate about, you know, in this, in the second piece of vice I have is that entrepreneurship is a contact sport. And what do I mean by that? I mean it's about connecting with people. Right. It's about before you become an entrepreneur, connecting with the people who've gone down this road ahead of you and learning as much as you can before you embark on it. So you go in educated. And then at once you embark on it continue to connect with people you in and around you who are part of the entre, neuro ecosystem in general, and in part of the veteran, entrepreneurial ecosystem in particular, you don't need to go to loan, and I think this is where one of the great strengths of the military. You know, we don't leave a comrade behind right cooperating graduate, kicks in. And there are.