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"francisco franco" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on Dictators

"Or an economic depression so on july twenty second nineteen fifty nine franco announced a new economic stabilization plan. He accepted the majority of the finance minister's proposals including allowing foreign investment and export growth. The economy was soon growing again in the nineteen sixties. Spain's economy registered the highest rate of quote sustained expansion. In all of europe it was also a period of rapid cultural change in spain. As money and tourists board in the general population became wealthier more educated and more liberal for the most part franco allowed these changes as it turned out. Franco's fear of young liberal and politically engaged. College students was well-founded the more the economy grew the more young people could afford to receive an education and the more educated. The population became the more. They began to protest. Franco's repressive government even worse. This new generation wasn't afraid of the generally cmo franco was in his seventies as his mental and physical health began to deteriorate. It was only a matter of time until his reign was over coming up. Franko enters his twilight years and chooses his successor. This episode is brought to.

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"francisco franco" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

08:49 min | 3 weeks ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on Dictators

"Spotify original from podcast. I'm richard and i'm kate. You can find all episodes of dictators and all other spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify this season we're exploring the reins of twentieth century ideas full. Nco batista cuba one. Perron of argentina and francisco franco of spain. Last week we examined how franko rose to become the most decorated general in spain. And how he leveraged his fame to gain power and guide spain through. It's brutal civil war today. we'll explore. How his regime managed to survive world war and how his government created one of the fastest growing economies in the nineteen sixties. We'll also examine the generalissimo's complex and controversial legacy. All of that is coming up. Stay with us. This episode is brought to you by. Cvs health if someone you love is at risk of a fall. The symphony medical alert system by cvs. Health can help support their safety at home. With twenty four seven emergency response monitoring it helps keep an eye on their wellbeing when you can't be their terms and conditions apply learn more about symphony at cvs dot com slash symphony or. Find it at your nearest cvs. Health hub francisco. Franco had felt he was a tool of divine providence. His whole life and on april first nineteen thirty nine. Bukit argue with him. He had just emerged victorious in spain's nearly three year long civil war under the new postwar government. Franco would be the chief of state who would preside over all factions of the government. He wielded more power than any ruler in spanish history. Franco's parliament's served no official function. He didn't need them to pass any new laws or decrees could do all of that by himself. But even with his iron grip on power patching spain back together would be an uphill battle. The civil war had blown the country's infrastructure to pieces the economy was in shambles. Spain hundreds of millions to fascist allies italy and germany and industrial and agricultural production was down across the board and less than a month after franco's new government was assembled in the summer of nineteen thirty nine the outbreak of world. War two set the continent on a new course. Even though franco was more or less allied with the axis powers. He knew that. Spain was too weak to provide any direct military assistance instead. He plan to wait until the war was nearly over. At which point spain would join nazi germany and strike the decisive blow against the allies. I this was exactly what hitler wanted. He claimed it was important for the axis. War effort that britain and france remained unaware of spain's allegiances do that end franco announced spain's non belligerent status on june twelve nineteen forty. But he couldn't fully commit to neutrality after all just like hitler and mussolini. He was a fascist dictator and he couldn't just leave his friends hanging when the french surrendered on june. Twenty second less than two weeks after franco committed to non belligerence. He began to wonder if he was taking the correct approach. He feared that the war would end sooner than expected and he would miss out on. all the spoils. Fortunately for franco. He soon had an opportunity to join the fight. To cripple britain hitler needed franco to occupy gibraltar close off the mediterranean and limit. Critical shipments of supplies to the british. Hitler and franco arranged a meeting. An on die of french. Coastal town on the atlantic that borders spain but the negotiations didn't go as planned in exchange for joining the war. Franco wanted germany to cede control of french. Morocco northwestern algieria and much of french west africa. This however was too much for hitler to give. Those colonies were critical to germany's war effort. Unable to reach an agreement that talks fell through. Franko missed his last and perhaps only chance to join world war two. It's unclear however if the cowboys ever actually wanted to join the war. Franco certainly collaborated with the nazis. But his military was never prepared to provide any real combat assistance eventually. German leaders came to suspect that franco had been stringing them along from the beginning while he basically sat out the war that ravaged europe franko was able to spend time working with his advisors to solve spain's endless economic problems. He had weekly meetings with his cabinet. Ministers that often lasted from the early morning to late at night. No one was allowed to leave even for bathroom. Breaks without franco's permission. The generalissimo wouldn't even take bathroom breaks himself. There are no reports of him leaving a cabinet meeting to go to the restroom until nineteen sixty eight. When he was seventy six years old perhaps if his advisers had been able to relieve themselves they could have come up with better ideas instead he and his cabinet created the national institute of industry a state owned investment company designed to stimulate production and economic growth. He also enacted fashions of resources all across spain. Unfortunately these efforts were wildly ineffective just like all of franco's economic policies during the war they led to scarcity black markets and starvation among the lower classes. Franko of course had no such issue finding food for his family being award. Dodging dictator held other advantages for franco. He had plenty of time for his favourite leisure activities. One of his favourite diversions was wanting he could often be seen prowling his estate with his attendance searching for game. Franko was also a movie buff. He also enjoyed screening movies in his palace to large crowds of his friends and government officials. He even wrote a film of his own rosa which was produced in nineteen forty two but the leisurely days of hunting and screenwriting couldn't last forever soon changes in the war drew. Franco's focus away from his hobbies on november eighth nineteen forty two british and american troops landed in morocco and algeria. The allies informed franco that they had no intention of invading spain or its territories but franco was nervous about having such large forces close to home for the first time franco began to reconsider his pro axis leanings. The true turning point came in july of nineteen forty three when mussolini was overthrown the allied invasion of italy. Two months later reinforced. Franco's belief that fascism was done matters came to a head in january of nineteen forty four when the united states decided to suspend all petroleum shipments to spain. They hoped it would force spain to stop collaborating with nazi germany. Once and for all franco panicked without petroleum imports. If you're in spain's miserable economy would collapse altogether and his regime along with it. So he finally gave in and he adopted a policy of true neutrality. At i franko explained to the german ambassador that he would still do everything in his power to help the access but he couldn't allow his country to be strangled economically. Eventually though franco's government mostly agreed to stop aiding germany but it was too late to save his reputation when the war finally ended in. September of nineteen forty-five franken was an incredibly difficult position. The victorious at knew that franco had aided and abetted the axis and they were suspicious of franco's regime in general so they excluded spain from the newly formed united nations. On top of that spain's economy was still in shambles. No thanks to the sanctions. The un placed on the country after the war. Franco would need a miracle to stay in power. Fortunately for him. Relations between the united states. And the soviet union were in a tailspin. In the coming years franko would be able to prove his value as a pawn in the cold.

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"francisco franco" Discussed on Dictators

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"francisco franco" Discussed on Dictators

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"francisco franco" Discussed on Dictators

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07:04 min | Last month

"francisco franco" Discussed on Dictators

"To help. By the first week in august german supplies and planes were reaching. Franco's troops in morocco in september the naval blockade ended and franco had successfully airlifted. Twenty one thousand men and more than seven hundred seventy one thousand pounds of arms and supplies into spain returning to the mainland. Franko could finally get to work. He i secured the border with portugal. Since they helped the nationalist cause with logistical support he then began and advanced toward madrid. It took about two and a half months for him to arrive at the outskirts of the capital. This war was different than any spain had ever fought. It was a war of ideas more than a war for land because of that both sides initiated brutal programs of repression and murder franco and other generals set up military tribunals almost immediately after the war began they targeted any leftist leaders thinkers or activists after the republicans did likewise in total the republicans carried out around fifty five thousand executions for the nationalists estimates of their. Purges are around forty. Five thousand franco it. I wasn't heavily involved in this operation. He was more concerned with winning the war but he didn't take any action to stop the extra judicial killings for over six months. Franko had grown up in a world of harsh military justice to him. Strict punishment wasn't just par for the course it was the only way to discipline and it seemed to be working. The nationalists came within about seventy five miles of madrid by september third. The republicans were facing loss after loss. And they were panicking. Fortunately for them aid came in mid september in the form of joseph stalin stalin saw the republicans as left leaning allies whom he use to stop the spread of fascism across europe. He sent them arms advisors airplanes aviators tanks tank crews and volunteer forces. September was an important month for the republicans but it was even more important for franco to monarchist generals who were perhaps in close contact with the deposed. King approached him to see if he would become the nationalist commander in chief and temporary head of state. Franko initially rebuffed this suggestion. He most certainly wanted to be the leader but he was being cautious. He would never campaign to be the head of the nationalist cause unless he knew his military colleagues would approve. A meeting of the nationalist council was called on september twenty first the two monarchist generals called the vote to elect franco as generalissimo. One person abstained. The rest all voted in favour forty three year old francisco. Franco was proclaimed generalissimo on october. First nineteen thirty six during the ceremony. He made a short speech in which he promised to raise spain to the place that corresponds to her history and her rank in earlier times. More preferably franco's soon became referred to as cow. do a castilian term meaning leader. That dates to the middle ages. Franco spent the remainder of october establishing his new government. One of his biggest problems was that he didn't control a large enough city to house the entire government instead. The nationalist regime was spread out over several smaller. Cities until madrid could be taken franko also began to wage an ideological war. The nationalists thought spain had lost its way and needed to return to sixteenth century ideas to reclaim their glory. They purged schools and libraries of all left-leaning or so-called radical works. The new regime even began to refer to the civil war as the crusade in early nineteen thirty seven germany. Italy started pressing the nationalists to create a single party government but franco was reluctant. He cared more about combat than he did about politics. The arrival of franco's brother-in-law ramon cyrano soon. Senior would-be what finally set spain down the path to quasi fascism serano had a great deal of political experience and he quickly became franco's chief political advisor. One of his first initiatives was to create a state party called the spanish traditional failings. Even though the party was inspired by italian. Fascism franko was always cagey about calling. His new state fascist. He claimed in an interview that spain has its own tradition and the majority of the modern formulas that are to be discovered in the totalitarian countries may be found already incorporated within our national past but the nationalists still needed the capital for their new government. The republicans had fortified the area around madrid protecting the city with artillery and tanks from stalin. It was still too risky so while they prepared in gathered strength franko decided to focus on the northern zone of spain the industrial heart of the country the offensive was launched on march thirty first nineteen thirty seven. Franco's forty thousand infantry were supported by italy and germany with two hundred planes as well as over two hundred pieces of artillery. All of basque country in the north were taken by mid june. The rest of the north fell by the end of october. The scales have tipped decisively toward the nationalists. It was during this campaign that the bombing of garin ika occurred an event that would be immortalized. By picasso's famous oil painting. Franco finally launched an all out assault on madrid on march twenty. Seven nineteen thirty nine. The republican defenders had no will to fight and franko was able to declare victory on april first franko headed chievo all of his wildest fantasies from becoming a general to becoming the military commander of all of morocco to becoming the dictator that some considered the savior of spain now. The war was over but for franco. The war was the easy part. He now faced a challenge. His use of soldiering couldn't prepare him for keeping his subjects out of a war that was about to consume the.

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FAA Admin logs some 737Max time

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

07:03 min | 4 months ago

FAA Admin logs some 737Max time

"So the administrator went flying. This is okay. I I like this story on a number of a levels. I don't know one of you may turn out to be the sinecure. All right but I like the story on a couple of so what? Mr Carteris. Yeah I know right I didn't want to name names, but that's what I figured about how I figured. It would play out So you know. The Boeing seven thirty-seven Max is still rounded but getting closer and closer to returning to the skies, the Francisco Franco all of Of Aircraft. and. And clearly I mean I'm no I'm not naive obviously this was a big publicity thing. All right. The the administrator of the FAA a conducted in evaluation flight. The pictures I showed should him in in less so? To the extent I'm going to be cynical about this. The one thing I'm questioning is the administrator the as really checked out in a seven thirty seven to fly the left I believe that's correct. Yeah. He he I think he other type he's a former airline pilot. Okay. Has a seven three typewriting. And if he does have a later model type rating for the seventy three. He's eligible the service. That airplane. So clearly, the FAA wants to demonstrate that the seven thirty seven is is safe and or you know and is is is deserving of of returning into flight service, and so they did a thing where now the story I have posted here is actually from before he said that he's going to do this thing but apparently it's been it's heads happened right on this this flight took place and because I think I've seen a story that talked about it after he and he got some Sim time before the well that's smart too that smart too. So his bio at FAA website says. A former Delta director global flight operations or Senior Vice President of flight operations for Delta Airlines. flew fluid line operations as as three twenty captain and previously flew the seven, two, seven, seven, three, seven, seven, five, seven, and seven, six seven. What that tells me as he never made captain on the seven three but he was a captain on the twenty Okay so So anyways, I like this story I think you know I mean it's it's smart marketing it's you know and it's kind of play pleasure I don't know what's the right word is but that we have an administrator who actually can fly airplanes, which is not always the case not always occurred and so so you know I I of got a little warm fuzzy about. starring. In. The best way I mean that. Going there. Okay well, we're will you go JEB. What do you think about this or dude? I was a pure pr stat. Of course it's a PR stunt, but you know I mean, it's a good pr stunned had done well, and and and it's not. You know I know it's a PR stunt, but it's not cynical PR stunt. They're trying to revive this airplane which. I don't disagree with that. and. There's so much to say but. Yeah one of the things that I caught and the aftermath. Is that. He still wouldn't sign off on the airplane. We're not quite ready yet. Well, then what was the purpose of the stunt? Timing may have been wrong, right? That's an interesting point. Now, fly it, fly the day before the day of you give it its walking papers give it. It's it's airworthiness certificate back you know Hey, I just flew the airplane is great here I'm signing the paperwork now. Yeah. Well, that kind of thing. So it looks a little phony to you know it's kind of like a well. I'm not sure which is looks phonier be honest weeping. So. David what do you think about the administrator flying the airplane? Well, I. Think it was Absolutely necessary I off. A long time ago in this saga has been going on for what? Eighteen months coming up on two years since the first crashes. That's true and. Longtime ago the administrators said that He would himself fly the airplane before it was returned to approve for return to service so From the perspective of promise made promise. Kept he fulfilled a promise? At a good thing. Was it a publicity stunt? Absolutely unless the guy was. There to do some data taking for the return to service flight tests but it was a good pr stunt. It it has some some value in that. Here's a guy who really knows the business knows his way around the cockpit. Getting some time in an airplane, it's had a troubled history. Did that, get it to the point of coming back to service no. There's still a lot that the FAA wants to get clear on and they are also working with other regulators from other countries who have grounded the airplane themselves Canada, the European Union. Brazil. There's a lot. The kind of go into this return to service enters a lot of stuff steak and I think the last thing any of these airworthiness authorities WanNa have happened is. Say Yep Yep we're good to go. You can start putting them back into service, which is problematic, and there's going to be a whole lot of pilots going to need to be brought up to speed in a recurrent training for them. Before that happens but. To have some little glitch come along. Right after you return it to service will doom this airplane forever I mean it's definitely going to be smooth no question Scott to be Smith I don't. Disagree with anything you, just said. except well, I would simply point out. that. I'm not sure that the return of the seven three is going to make or break any airlines It's GonNa make or break. Boeing. Yeah. But given the. Severe Downturn right in passenger demand over the last several months. and airlines have been doing fine making do with what they have. Be They've been retiring a number of aircraft or just parking them because the demand is not sufficient to keep them up and running it. All of a sudden. Now, we're going to have a glut of I don't know how many hundreds of of seven thirty seven Max is that are ready to go again. Big. Whoop. WHO's going to be flying.

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Spanish dictator Franco's family told to hand back summer palace

Not Too Shabby

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Spanish dictator Franco's family told to hand back summer palace

"Court in Spain has declared that a mansion used by the late dictator Francisco Franco belongs to the state. It's at the property should be handed over by his family. He had Cho reports. Hathor. The Maras is a large country house in the northwestern region of Galicia, which Franco claimed in 1938 shortly before his victory in the Spanish civil war. Since then, it has remained in his family. But now a judge has decided the house was never the private property of Franco, but rather that it belonged to him only in his capacity as head of state. The court also upheld acclaimed by the current Spanish government that documents which made Franco and his wife, owners of the property were not valid. The family now has three weeks to

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"francisco franco" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In nineteen sixty eight the young Catalan folksinger because you we see Jack wrote a song called les Stocker it was a protest song in Catalan against the Spanish dictator Francisco Franco he had been in power for three decades Franco's regime repressed the language and culture of Catalonia and the freedoms of people across spraying the stock and became an anthem for the political left and others who oppose the dictatorship but more recently it has taken on a new significance in the Catalan town of some other several dozen pro independence demonstrators gather each day protest against what they see is the repression of the Spanish state which recently jailed nine of their leaders this addition Joseph both tell you now is one of the protest is another someone technical for this very when we are a group of normally around two hundred people we got a he in front of the town hall from twelve PM to one PM each day and at the end of that one our gathering we sing songs unless that case one of the phones that we've seen the most because we say excellent back then was trying to get rid of the Franco dictatorship and now when we sing less Dhaka with sinking against the repression by day Spanish state against Catalunya regarding the issue of self determination and then I'll do it to me.

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"francisco franco" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"I'm assuming hockey games in Spain. Everyone just hums along because there's no lyrics exactly yeah in March two thousand six. The Permanent Commission of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe unanimously adopted a resolution unquote firmly condemning. The multiple in serious violations of human rights committed in Spain under the Franco regime from nineteen thirty nine to nineteen seventy five. The resolution Russian also urged that historians professional and amateur be given access to the various archives of the Franco regime including those of the private Francisco Franko National Foundation the NF which according with other franco-ist archives remain inaccessible to the public as of two thousand six the F F F received various archives is from El Pardo Palace and is alleged to have sold some of them to private individuals. I don't like that no good Furthermore the resolution urged Spanish authorities orgies to set up an underground exhibit violent. Oh Sky you those monument to explain the quote terrible conditions in which it was built so Spain has a long long way to ago in the realm of like remembering remembering accurately and like dealing with. The issues is a Franco of Spain. Because they're still a lot that people and some people remember things differently. Yes so it's difficult and ELMO has really opened my eyes to that. So that was Francisco Franco In my archives class that I teach sh I do a week on records a social memory and there was a case a couple years ago that a national public television the station in South America aired this like twelve episode series. That was that was fiction but based on true stories of what happened under the Pinochet dictatorship. Oh Yeah And so talked about the people that were The people that are executed in the people that tortured and how nobody reported on it at the time we all happening and no one talks about it now so they base a lot of this off stuff that they found around in in a Catholic archives area and provided resources for people who are interested in these stories to like go to the website and look it it up and now these records are open and you can talk to. You can talk about them. And so this like really instilled like a a newfound interest From the younger generation nations because they weren't necessarily alive when all this was happening but they they experienced the trickle down effects of all of that absolute. Because nobody talked about it they just knew like like Simba's Jeff happened and a lot of people died but we don't talk about it and so like having this beyond like the national like their public television station and like like being given access to more information has really created like a dialogue and his creative people opening up talking more about these atrocities that happened. And it's it's very interesting yarn about it's astounding like I mean if I've learned anything it's that what does it daylight is the best cleaner. Error the best disinfectant in so many so many axioms at me to- after adage. Yeah daylight is the best disinfectant. That's it so so this idea of like you can't hide things forever especially things that like. Thousands of people knew knew about houses of people were affected by hundreds of thousands of people were affected by and even if like a bunch of guys in a room or like all right. We're just GONNA forget right. We're all we all agreed to forget. No one is going to forget and if you instill that you're not you're not any better than the original regime. See you might as well get it all out in the open and start to talk about that kind of terrible political medical history of your country and that's how you get to be better so Spain Spain a beautiful country and they love their come on. That's let's him in Spanish thank you. You're welcome I apologize to all Spanish speakers. Who are listening Judy? Great job. Oh thanks it was much better than I would have done the Frenchaccent I think. My favorite word is at Kilo so one of his middle names so my quiz today. A little bit lighter a little bit Nicer Nicer Francisco and Frank O.. A Quiz on San Francisco and famous guys named Frank Question Number One. This free snacks Jack Slash dessert usually comes with your takeout but in fact was invented by Japanese residents of San Francisco. Consult Your lucky number. Tell me what I'm talking about question number. Two in two thousand seven Franklin Jello won a Tony Award for playing a distinctive real life but very dead character in a two-man interview based play. He went onto play the same character in the movie. Version in garnered an Oscar nomination for best actor. What is the name of this slash play.

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"francisco franco" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

14:05 min | 1 year ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Full Francisco. Paulino Amanda Hugo Franco. Frank Baumann Day third. The third kidding. I'm kidding they also Frankel Bob Moon Day so and I'm doing a lot of Spanish today but forgive me for saying my Spanish in an Italian accent to all our Spanish listeners. Out there you're so Franco was born in the coastal city and Naval Center of federal in Galicia with northwestern Spain in eighteen. Ninety two his family family life was not entirely happy. For Franco's father an officer in the Spanish naval administrative corps was eccentric wasteful and somewhat of a degenerate alcoholic asking kid a matter of fact he wasn't alcohol so we're getting a little bit of a A theme of the fathers of dictators so men and be kind be kind to your children please are else were all screwed in a major way. So Franco specifically was more disciplined in serious than other boys his age but he was close to his mother a pious and conservative upper-middle-class Roman Catholic. So when Franken was fourteen his father moved away to Madrid lead after receiving a reassignment there and then he would ultimately abandoned his family and marry another woman Coca Cola well Franko did not suffer any great abuse at his father's hand. He would would never overcome his hostility for his father and largely ignored him for the rest of his life. Years after becoming dictator Franco wrote a brief novel called Raza under the pseudonym high may Dan whose protagonist is believed to represent the idealized man Franko wished his father had been Raza as a matter of fact is novel in it. It translates it's race okay. Conversely file Franco strongly identified with his mother who I always wore war widows black when she realized her husband had abandoned her so she was definitely like a super chill not dramatic person and he learned from her moderation austerity self control royal family solidarity and respect for Catholicism though he would also inherit his father's harshness coldness and implacability That is what we in the theater. World roll-call foreshadowing. See the only show. He had an older brother. Just learn that they just learned that well he never mentioned his brother again ever like four generations and his elder brother before him Franco was originally destined for a career as a naval officer however the economic and territorial aftermath of the Spanish American war lead to reduction in the Navy which forced him to choose the army so in one thousand nine hundred seven only fourteen years old he entered into the Infantry Academy at Toledo. Well I see like if you're going to join the navy. Yeah Yeah you don't have to like walk around a lot. No you could just stand on that ship and let the water do the work whereas if you're in the army the baby is born on that ship. Let that water do the work. Just shoot your gun. I mean anything about the military and so help me. God do not tweet at me and tell me why in a navy nineteen eighteen hundred feels like it would have been an easier job then then marching. I'm not going to argue with you. Yes I agree. It seemed like he he was choosing the harsher of the two being only fourteen years old but this is kind of his thing anyway so he was one of the youngest members of his class. With most those boys being between sixteen and eighteen okay He was quite short. Oh yeah another thing and was bullied for his small size What a thing so so so far? We're we're meeting like a weird dictator image. Yeah of Short had a terrible father and bullied by a young age so he graduated three years later with below average marks mostly because he was very young because he was very young and also because he was so small he couldn't pass a lot of like the physical requirements admits. He couldn't climb over the wall or whatever they make them do who knows what they made him do in the early twentieth century so he volunteered for active duty in the colonial campaigns in Spanish Morocco. That had begun in nineteen o nine and was transferred there in nineteen twelve at age nineteen and the following year. He was promoted to the first lieutenant in the Elite Regiment of Native Moroccan Cavalry and and at a time in which many Spanish officers characterized by sloppiness and lack of professionalism. Young Franco quickly showed his ability to command troops effectively and soon won a reputation for complete fleet professional dedication so he was not. Shall we say a good time. Guy Real serious stickler for rules. He devoted great care to the preparation of his unit's actions and paid more attention than was common to the troops wellbeing. This would be the last time he would care about anybody's about being reputed to be scrupulously honest introverted and a man of comparatively few intimate friends. He was known to shun all frivolous amusements. I wonder if that Catholic ethic upbringing haven't had anything to do with US probably not in one thousand fifteen at age twenty two. He became the youngest captain in the Spanish Army. And in one thousand nine sixteen he was shot. Got An enemy machine gun fire. He was badly wounded in the abdomen. Specifically deliver in a skirmish at L. beauts and possibly lost a testicle testicle and the physicians of the battle later concluded that his intestines were spared because he had inhaled the moment he was shot so because l. as the bullet went in the suction of his lungs though draw of his lungs up like pulled the bullet away from that pretty crazy. Isn't that crazy. I didn't know that was a thing. Wow so because of this. Survival marked him permanently in the eyes of the native troops is a man of what's known Karaka which is good luck so one one involuntary breath when he was getting shot and Yeah Yup. All of Spain really went downhill from there He was recommended for Spain's highest honor for Gallantry which was the coveted crews that they save commando but instead received the Cross of Maria Christina first class so he became a hero so with that he was promoted to major at the end of February nineteen seventeen at age twenty four. This made him the youngest major in the Spanish army and that year he also married a woman named Carmen Polo which whom he had a daughter whose name was Maria. Maria del. Carmen and Franco had close relationship with his daughter and was a proud parent though his traditionalist attitudes and increasing responsibilities meant he left much of child rearing to his wife. I can see that yeah Yeah so in one thousand nine thousand six hundred thirty three. He was promoted to Brigadier General This made him the youngest general in Spain and perhaps along with major general Joe Sweeney of the Irish army one of the youngest general in Europe out at the beginning of nineteen twenty eight. He was named director of the newly Organiz is General Military Academy in Zaragoza a news college for all army cadets replacing the former separate institutions for young men seeking to become officers in Infantry Cavalry Artillery artillery and other branches of the army and Franken was removed as director of the Zada Gaza Military Academy in Nineteen Thirty One and about ninety five percent of his former Zada Goza cadets leader came to side with him in the civil war So he as someone who was so steer and didn't have a lot of friends he. He managed manage to kind of cultivate a cult of personality so in April nineteen thirty one general elections led to the ousting of King Alfonso the thirteenth whose military dictatorship your ship had been in place since the early nineteen twenties so sidebar something you gotta understand about Spain during like basically all of Spanish history is that especially especially during this time. There's a lot of especially in Europe and in Russia as you mentioned in your episode. Last week there was a lot of infighting between there was the highly conservative monarchy nationalist group that was backed by the Catholic Church and this was the government that was in place under the monarchy of King Afonso the thirteenth however there was another faction that was brewing. That was sympathetic to the Bolsheviks that was very communist. Leaning vary laughed wanted to like tear down the influence of the Catholic Church and also get rid of the monarchy they wanted more of a -tarian state so because Spain is not huge right. There was a lot of back and forth during this time period of the elections and then the right would win and then they would have elections again and then the left would win so it was like back and forth for a long time and so nothing really happened. Nothing really happened but like the factions kind of solidified harden their differences and that caused a lot of conflict interesting. Yes yeah I wonder if we can learn from something that you think. Yeah who knows you know what they say. History doesn't repeat itself but it does rhyme so you never know. Oh it's very good. I didn't come up with something. That's like real that someone said someone more important that I am but anyway so thirty one. They had general elections and they got rid of the monarchy. Franko specifically did not take any notable stand huge. Just it's kind of like Franco's good out here. The left leaning moderate government of the second republic that replaced it led to a reduction in the power of the military. They're like well the military. Just the arm of this. Right nationalist state which resulted in the closing of Franco's military academy as mentioned before so for six months Franco was without a posted under surveillance. Because that's all he's ever known to. Oh yeah like the military is just like his thing so he was not thrilled with this. So during this time period he was a subscriber to the Journal of Accion Espanola in which is a monarchist organization in a firm believer in the Jewish Masonic Bolshevik conspiracy of contraband. Neil which means filthy. Cohabitation she so-called the Benico was one of Franco's favourite words. Okay it's it's basically conspiracy in which Jews freemasons communists and other leftists select allegedly sought the destruction of Christian Europe with Spain as the principal target. Oh well Sosa crazy conspiracy and he was like he ate it up. Loved it so much because it it like tickled the right parts of his like weird right sessions with these things so however Spain the country was also wracked by deepening often violent social and political unrest and when new elections were held in nineteen thirty three the second republic which was kind of the left-leaning government was was replaced by a more right-leaning government. So this happened again just a couple of years later so as a result franker returned to a position of power which he wielded the following year into a ruthless bliss suppression of leftist revolt. Northwest Spain he said he was prepared to use quote troops against Spanish civilians as if they were a foreign enemy I am again seeing shades uncle. Joe Yeah right here Joe. Joe So Franko described the rebellion to journalists in Oviedo as quote a frontier war and it's fronts are socialism communism and whatever attacks civilization in order to replace it with barbarism south however ever like the second republic before it the government could do little to quell the growing divide between left and right leading factions and when elections that were held in February nineteen thirty six love to shift in power over to the left again. Spain slipped further into chaos and for his part Franco was once again marginalized with posting to the Canary Islands. So they like sent him out so though Franko quote unquote accepted what amounted to banishment with the professionalism for which he was known other high-ranking members who sympathized with with him began to discuss a coup okay so Though he initially kept his distance from the plot on July Eighteenth nineteen thirty. Six Franco announced the nationalist manifesto in a broadcast from from the Canary Islands. As the uprising began in the northwest of Spain the next day he flew to Morocco to take control of the troops shortly thereafter gain the support of both Nazi Germany and Fascist Fascist Italy whose planes were used to shuttle Franko and his forces to Spain. You mentioned this very briefly. In your description of how where Stalin wasn't all of Miss Establishing his base of operations and Sylvia the following month Frankl began his military campaign advancing north toward the seat of the Republican government in Madrid anticipating a swift victory on October. First Nineteen thirty six. The nationalist forces declared Franco head of the government commander-in-chief of the armed forces however when the initial assault on Madrid was repelled. The military coup evolved into the protracted conflict known as the Spanish civil war. The Spanish civil war has frequently been called the dress rehearsal for World War Two. So it's like little world war to fought. You're all under Spain. So the next three years. The nationalist forces led by Franco and backed by right wing militias the Catholic church Germany Italy battled the left wing Republicans. Who received aid from the Soviet Union and Stalin as well as brigades a foreign volunteers though the Republicans were able to resist the national advance for a time with Far Superior Military Strength Franko and his forces were able to systematically defeat them eliminating their opposition region by region so he went from Spanish region to Spanish region just like crushing wiping off their own people of the people of Spain so in October first nineteen thirty six in Burgos Franken was publicly proclaimed as he narrowly Zemo of the National Army Hefei Stilo which is head of state so by the end of nineteen?.

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"francisco franco" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

15:14 min | 1 year ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on All About Android

"On other another tuesday ready for android fun time that's right android fun time starts now florence is not feeling well so she is not joining us as we will miss flow hello well soon get well soon but returning to the show it's been it's been a while it's been a couple of years francisco franco awesome developer android developer and just a classic guest on this show welcome back to the show francisco hey guys nice to be back it's really great to have you back one of the more notorious guests of all that andrew in history one could say say his his well there have been a couple more enforcement kiss uh-huh but none speak their mind quite as well as you do francisco you're going to be on ooh excellent this is going to be fun yes good time francisco on cannot forget that simpson doesn't care you made up for because then on your follow up episode i think the even the title was franscisco cares after all so you know you've come full circle it's all good it's good to have you on your totally sacrificing your evening in your sleep because it's one AM where you are and we really appreciate when when folks like you i agreed to do that i don't know that i would be so willing to wake up a. for a podcast but i'm so happy that you are it's really great to have you back on and how we have a lot of fun stuff to talk about we do each and every week i would say this week is kinda news light ish but we've got some heavy hardware where stuff yeah we did a lot of come out but were like past like we're we're pre holidays so like new hardware to buy for the holidays are out there and there's not a lot of announcements announcements and this is like the prec s time periods so it's it's going to get we're starting to quiet period unfortunately yeah things slow down a little bit but that that won't stop stop us from talking about things that people want to know about just louise ahead do have the stadium here and we're gonna talk about it in a little bit but i i don't want to deprive victor of his opportunity it's time for the news since episode one we've been notorious glorious for android fun time on android news notorious tate fun time so i like leveraging what what has happened on the show l. already but victor did you have one plan and then you throw it out the window or did you not have were you not prepared good question ron let's just say had something to do about rolling out stuff but like rolling out android news or okay i had prepared but you saw a better opportunity you went for it i like it good similar similar to how google has a has a new thing and they're going for it for the better segue my head but it is a new dawn for messaging aging as google finally did what a probably should have done a year ago and rolled out debuted our CS chat as a replacement for SMS on an android after much talking about our CS and back and forth the carriers and all this stuff google flip the switch and made it available to all in the US they already made it available in the UK and france this past june they were they waited in the US for carriers to come round but the carriers as we've discussed previous episode drag their feet and actually indicated indicated they're going to go and other in their own direction so google's now using its own servers to enable our CS instead once the carriers launched their own or which is known as the CPI or cross carrier messaging initiative in two thousand twenty the transition should hopefully be seamless supported and it requires the use of android messages messages and so some interesting notes related to this also samsung messages other defaults messages apple samsung does support our CS but only provided by the carrier and each each model supported separately so sam uses would also need to use android messaging messages to benefit apple still has not said whether plans to support it at all or or not support it we don't either direction it's not encrypted end to end but it isn't scripted in transit so technically it's possible for google to build in and ed encryption but that all depends on getting the aid who agree to that change and carriers have to be on board with that change which seems unlikely given the past kind of the precedence of up to this point but hey is here it's changing the world for the better francisco how do you feel about the google messaging being in this approach to this is something that you think is overdue or does it not matter to you can i curse probably not depends on the word careful i think well i i'm not arguing that whatsoever it's really been a clumsy kind approach clumsy rollout and for for at this point for google to finally just be like okay we're rolling it out anyways just makes it feel like why didn't you do this before but but back that up why why do you call it an s. show or whatever though of i mean really started has been pretty bad at anything that's related to who've messaging yes i believe i i'm not much into our stuff by the stadium even growing before maybe they weren't ready or older a guys they built for the curious to us or ready so i'm just guessing but either that they took their time and actually may make it work properly and not be and i think it's it's it's it's a good choice but as long as hangouts is dead i'm just happy with it you don't you don't you don't like gang outs at this point you're happy that it's dying seemed to rely on it for some weird reason for at least parts of mike communication but i mean for me it's been a nightmare this past few years received thousands and thousands of spam mm-hmm messages related to poor i mean it's bad about imagine i'm using hang on my in computer my wife just next to me received some random message for what some naked person i mean it's not nice yeah so i had to just turn completely and i think google just messed messed it up absolutely all the time and they just they just like to add messaging to everything on youtube message that stuff i mean enough is enough is enough but but the thing is is that at least at least with our CS and and i totally agree i agree with you francisco it is it is a the show but i don't feel like it's completely google to blame i feel like the carriers are the problem with this is that it needs to be the and everyone in solution or it's going to be a problem and with apple not saying indicating either direction and the carriers branch off doing their i think it just continues this fragmentation that we see across the mobile the mobile market that we can't you know the reason why SMS works because it worked on every phone everyone use the same protocol the protocol has been around since the eighties and it was ubiquitous and with everybody kind of wanting to own the you know this whole idea of owning their own you know kind of protocol or platform platform whatever it's not consumer friendly it's continue are just having this conversation the other day we were i was talking actually to my wife about cell phones and you know more more and more the manufacturers and even in even the especially the carriers but even google and apple are not consumer i in a lot of their decisions asians and it's really baffling because these are the people using the phones but they're making decisions that either you know are are overly benefiting themselves or making you are our consumer hostile decisions that is really unfortunate i kinda kinda wonder if they should as much as would because they've already lost to what's up and all those other messaging systems so i wonder if they have the motivation to to to push it budget yeah i really do i think it should be something that's the same for all carriers all countries like a mess but i think we we have cassini for awhile been using for longer than a year prongs so i wonder if american carriers as always artist on purpose i think that's absolutely what what has happened is the the carriers have no fire lit under them or they had in mind well well we don't want to do it your way we wanna do it our way and that's why they came up with their own cross carrier messaging initiative the good news here at least in the US is that with google rolling it out now everybody hops on as long as they're using android messages they get access to that i got the update that said hey it's it's available to you now it really does boggle my mind why google just didn't do that in the first place because then everybody would have been there earlier and once the carriers do launch their own initiative apparently the transition will be seamless so you know messages still also yes with a little giggle because when is it ever seamless but you know that will be supported within messages as well and that transition will happen hopefully we don't we aren't any the wiser it's just now it works over here here instead of over here but it's all from within the same app and everything and that's what we can hope for anyways but what about all those vices that don't cheap messages cheaper their own folk version or off the air SAP gee what about what's arthur yeah i mean that's that's a really great question right like it's it's all totally tied into this particular app you know service run by google google the phone doesn't have it there to begin with i guess it defaults to SMS and it's the way that it has been and what does that and it's still a fragmented kind of place where some are getting this and others are getting a limited experience you know i mean you can get google messages from the blister not everyone knows what it is where donald too right i mean not everyone likes to get apps from the play store so it's going to be a mess or or if if you're a user who's using textra using any other messaging apps that are out there you're not going to get to leverage this and not everybody who uses android watches this show or reads android blogs or whatever it might be so yeah the communication the ramp up is going to be limited as well all too i happen to be google messages as i cool sweet but i don't know if it's working for like well how do you tell if you're using it or not well you can go go into settings in it'll showroom i mean do this without showing things so here's settings on my my app oppose chat features here it is so i hit chat features and i get chat features unavailable for this device carried is not currently support this feature so you haven't had add this this staged roll out update that supposedly everybody is getting right now i did get mine but yeah and what carrier are you on t. mobile not mobile not that that would matter because this is coming directly from google but yeah and as far as third party messenger messaging apps i have to imagine if our CS us at this point that probably moves it up on the list for those as well so i can't imagine like android messages will always be the only messaging app on android android that supports our sierras talk about a dead plan if that's the case so google would want for other messaging app developers to to build this functionality into their apps as well.

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"francisco franco" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Has removed the remains of former dictator Francisco Franco from a controversial national monument it was built in the nineteen fifties under Franco's guidance using hundreds of his political prisoners as Lucy a been a vetus reports Franco's remains will be reburied north of Madrid around a hundred people were waiting in the cemetery were Frankel will be reburied holding Spanish flags that said thank you for uncle the coffin was taken to its new resting place by a funeral procession that included Frankel's living relatives and a priest who blessed his remains the Spanish government had passed legislation to remove Frankel's remains last year but faced many obstacles from the Catholic Church and vandals family

Spain exhumes dictator Francisco Franco after years of bitter controversy

Morning Edition

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Spain exhumes dictator Francisco Franco after years of bitter controversy

"Has removed the remains of former dictator Francisco Franco from a controversial national monument it was built in the nineteen fifties under Franco's guidance using hundreds of his political prisoners as Lucy a been a vetus reports Franco's remains will be reburied north of Madrid around a hundred people were waiting in the cemetery were Frankel will be reburied holding Spanish flags that said thank you for uncle the coffin was taken to its new resting place by a funeral procession that included Frankel's living relatives and a priest who blessed his remains the Spanish government had passed legislation to remove Frankel's remains last year but faced many obstacles from the Catholic Church and vandals family

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Spain exhumes late dictator Gen. Franco's remains

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Spain exhumes late dictator Gen. Franco's remains

"Spain is examined the remains of Spanish dictator generalissimo Francisco Franco from his grandiose mausoleum outside Madrid so he can be re buried in a small family crypt the government operation satisfied a decades old desire of many in Spain who consider the vain glorious mausoleum that Franco built an affront to the tens of thousands who died in Spain civil war and his subsequent

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"francisco franco" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on AP News

"Monday's verdict is Spain's I in relation to the white scale child trafficking that took place from the onset of the country's civil war in one thousand nine hundred thirty six to the death of dictator General Francisco Franco in nineteen seventy five the Madrid cold said eighty five year old gynecologist at villa could not be punished because one of those babies who was stolen didn't make her complaint until twenty twelve the court did find however Davila was responsible for abducting the woman in nineteen sixty nine he apparently faked her birth by her adoptive, parents and forged. Official documents Spain only started investigating the stolen babies cases a decade ago when it's national court magistrate opened a probe on the more than thirty thousand children were under the care of the Franco regime. Netflix has chosen New Mexico is the site of a new multimillion dollar production hub, it's in final negotiations to buy an existing studio complex on the edge of Albuquerque, according to government and corporate leaders net. Flicks officials said previous experience working in the state inspire them to jump at the opportunity to establish a new production hub their net. Flicks projects already produced there include the EMMY award winning limited series, godless and longmire upcoming production work in Albuquerque and other spots around New Mexico's forecast to result in a billion dollars in spending over the next decade. Singing star Taylor swift is now talking politics AP music correspondent Marty zaraleta? Says it's a shift in a longstanding personal policy. Nah. Taylor swift rents on Instagram. She's been reluctant to voice political opinions, but she feels differently now because of several events in her life and in the world in the past two years swift says she will vote for democratic candidate Phil Bredesen's for Tennessee. Senator she says while she would like to vote for women in office. She finds Republican candidate, Marsha Blackburn. Voting record appalling and terrifying swift did not acknowledge Bredesen's recent endorsement of supreme court Justice Brett Cavanaugh, but she did say people may never find a candidate or party with whom they agree on every issue. I'm Archie zaraleta?.

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"francisco franco" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on AP News

"Only DC w fifty Washington CW Spanish court ruled Monday, the doctor stolen you born child. Nitty five decades ago the cleared him because the statute of limitations had expired. Monday's verdict is Spain's I in relation to the white scale child trafficking that took place from the onset of the country's civil war in one thousand nine hundred thirty six to the death of dictator General Francisco Franco in nineteen seventy five the Madrid cold said Eighty-five-year-old gynecologist at what a villa could not be punished because one of those babies who was stolen didn't make her complaint until twenty twelve the court did find, however, the villa was responsible for abducting the woman in nineteen sixty nine he apparently faked her birth by her adoptive parents and forged official documents. Spain only started invest. Instigating the stolen babies cases a decade ago when it's national court magistrate opened a probe on the more than thirty thousand children that were under the care of the Franco regime as family members more than the twenty people killed in an upstate New York. Limousine crash the investigation into how it happened continues. AP correspondent Juliet Walker reports. A candlelight vigil is held Monday night for the victims which include four sisters along with other family and friends who were on their way to celebrate a birthday in that stretch SUV limo that blew through a stop sign hit a parked car and killed two bystanders before crashing in SCO. Hairy officials say the limo company had safety violations on their vehicles including defective brakes and balding tires. An attorney for the company says the issues were fixed before the crash records show, prestige limo is owned by Shahad Hussein who worked as an FBI informant. I'm Julie Walker. Singing star Taylor swift is now talking politics AP music, correspondent Marci zaraleta? Says it's shift in a longstanding personal policy. Speak now, Taylor swift rents on Instagram. She's been reluctant to voice her political opinions, but she feels differently now because of several events in her life and in the world in the past two years swift says she will vote for democratic candidate Phil Bredesen's, Tennessee, Senator she says, well, she would like to vote for women in office. She finds Republican candidate, Marsha Blackburn, voting record,.

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"francisco franco" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on AP News

"Trump tells the crowd and council bluffs Iowa. He's had a great week yesterday at the White House. We proudly Swaran the newest member of the United States. Trump is using bread Kavanagh's confirmation as an issue to energize a GOP before next month's or the AP digital news back in a moment. Spanish cooled ruled Monday that a doctor stolen Ubuntu child nearly five decades ago the cleared him because the statute of limitations had expired. Monday's verdict is Spain's I in relation to the white scale child trafficking that took place from the onset of the country's civil war in one thousand nine hundred thirty six to the death of dictator General Francisco Franco in one thousand nine hundred seventy five the Madrid cold said year old gynecologist at what a villa could not be punished because one of those babies who was stolen didn't make her complaint until twenty twelve the court did find, however, the villa was responsible for abducting the woman in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine he apparently faked her birth by her adoptive parents and forged official documents. Spain only started investigating. The stolen babies cases a decade ago when it's national court magistrate opened a probe on the more than thirty thousand children that were under the care of the Franco regime. Italy's postal police who handle hacking and other cyber crime investigations say they might have found the person responsible for hacking, eight NASA websites in two thousand thirteen. The police said the suspect was initially a member of the group called master Italian. Hackers team boasted of the hack on social media. In addition to NASA sites police said the unnamed suspect also had some sixty Italian institutional sites. They included those of state run broadcaster RAI the penitentiary police and some provincial sites in Tuscany. A police statement Monday said the suspects who hails from north Italy admitted to hacking the sites after being presented with evidence genetic glitch increases the risk of impotence for men, according to a new study as AP correspondent Mike Rossier reports. The findings and important step that might lead to new treatments. The new study was released Monday by the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences in researchers say, they located a spot in human DNA where genetic variation might increase the risk of impotence by about twenty-five percent. The researchers looked at the genetic makeup of about thirty six thousand six hundred men and confirmed they're finding in a similar study of.

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Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa takes oath of office

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa takes oath of office

"Newly elected president Emmerson Mnangagwa will be sworn in, today foreign leaders will join tens of. Thousands of his supporters at an elaborate. Ceremony in the capital. Harare the BBC's shinkin yorker is that the president elect will take, his oath of office in an elaborate ceremony. Foreign leaders and, tens of thousands of his supporters will attend the event Mr. Nanga GRA has called for peace unity and for the country to move forward this follows weeks of post-election tensions a deadly. Protest and illegal challenge to his victory the main opposition movement for democratic change alliance refuses to concede defeat and. Is expected to boycott the event they described as a fake inauguration they, planned more protests and to lodge a formal complaint with the African Union

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Scott Morrison is new Australian PM as Malcolm Turnbull ousted

BBC Newshour

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Scott Morrison is new Australian PM as Malcolm Turnbull ousted

"Scott, Morrison has been sworn in as prime minister of Australia hours after his predecessor Malcolm Turnbull was, forced out of, office by liberal party rivals Mr. Morrison. An ally of Mr. Turnbull defeated two other candidates in a party leadership election from Sydney film Massar Scott Morrison and his deputy have presented themselves as the new generation the composer bruised. And battered government back together they've promised to focus on the drought that. Has gripped much of eastern. Australia but as they tried to get back to business huge. Divisions remain in the center right coalition Malcolm Turnbull the former prime minister said that. Australians would be dumbstruck and the polls by this week's political infighting regaining the trust of voters will be Scott Morrison's great

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Russian Trolls Used Vaccine Debate to Sow Discord, Study Finds

BBC World Service

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Russian Trolls Used Vaccine Debate to Sow Discord, Study Finds

"Scientists in Washington say misinformation about vaccines is being spread on social. Media by Russian trolls to sow division the academics, at George Washington University so they found a deliberate campaign to distort the Public. Debate David Brenner Tulsky who led the research says the motive appeared. To, be two fold in the case of the trolls especially the Russia. Drills we. Have a pattern of behavior of these particular actors engaging in. Attempts to promote discord in American politics and we see. That discussion about seeds has been used in a very similar way on. The other hand some other types of that's been called the content polluter is much more focused. On spreading spam they may be using antibac-, seen content as a way to get. People to, click

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 Syria widens southwest offensive, U.N. says 45,000 flee Reuters

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Syria widens southwest offensive, U.N. says 45,000 flee Reuters

"Unac storage facility in russia that's after the news bbc news with sue montgomery a retired spanish doctor accused of stealing a baby from her mother and nearly half a century ago is appearing in court in madrid eduardo they lies the first doctor to stand trial in connection with the theft of thousands of babies during the regime of general francisco franco guy hedge coup reports dr villa is accused of taking a newborn girl from her mother without permission in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine and giving her to a couple for adoption eightyfive five year old doctor villa who denies any wrongdoing could face up to thirteen years in prison campaigners believe this case is part of a much wider practice which began in the late nineteen thirties at the start of francisco franco's dictatorship they say that babies were frequently taken away from unmarried mothers as well as from people identified as opponents of the regime syrian pro government forces are reported to have made their first significant capture of territory in a major offensive against rebels in the south west of the country our editors sebastian nassir reports this latest syrian government offensive has been brewing for weeks in the past few days it's begun in earnest with artillery and air bombardment now reports by activists and in syrian state media savvy armies taken to villages in the northeast of data province the strategy is familiar to cut rebel areas to smaller and smaller sections that are then brought to submission by mixture of bombing negotiation dir is not only where the syrian uprising began but a key strategic gharib the you un says the fighting is driven at least forty five thousand civilians to flee with that number likely to grow the government of malta says it's trying to find a diplomatic solution to avoid a humanitarian crisis involving a micro rescue vessel run by german charity more than two hundred migrants are aboard but the ship has been blocked from italian ports motor says it's looking to share responsibility for dealing with the migrants u n investigators and the democratic republic of congo say both government forces and militia groups have committed violations amounting to war crimes and crimes against humanity in kasai province emission folks reports from geneva county i province descended into violence two years ago following the death of a local leader during fighting with security forces caz is conflict has the un report says been characterized by horrific atrocities children have been forcibly recruited into militia groups and then ordered to decapitate their enemies government forces have looted and burned villages and raped and killed women and girls the u n investigators say drc's government must bring those responsible to justice and must provide support for the victims world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake starting saturday female will no longer pay to shelter puerto rican evacuees on the mainland pima spokesperson will initiatives smith says the agency believes people who fled the island after hurricane maria should be able to return or find alternative shelter arrangements other housing options are becoming available now so when the extension was granted we sort of assess the need so that's why the deadline was set to june thirtieth out of about thirteen hundred evacuees nationwide one hundred twenty six or house in new york and thirty two are in new jersey most of them in hotels mayor de blasios continuing to put pressure on the federal government's released more information about hundreds of children in foster care who are separated from their parents at.

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"francisco franco" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Problem with our economy it's only based on a couple of things agriculture's that's really good but then he had movie industry and then you have silicone valley will silicone valley's tanking right now the the their numbers are going down they're losing employees businesses because they they can't house people when they come there there's a lot of things that are happening and of course that never ending spending by this dictator that we have jerry brown in the model party system is just unending and of course the massive regulations which are of course by one of the reasons why relieving the economy's gonna take a big downturn we know that so we know that they're going to be very malleable for wanting to split apart here's the other thing though that's really really interesting is that it's really really clear to most people that have been watching this very very carefully that there's a number of constitutional issues the brown administration and this current model party system now what i mean by mono party is that we don't have a republican party out here any longer in california just it's not it's just totally irrelevant and this is a tactic that dictators us actually if you go back and study of francisco franco the spanish civil war you'll find that he did the exact same thing jerry brown in his people are doing not here to create a model party but the democratic party actually isn't even the democratic party anymore it's a party of a dictator in dictatorship it's it's really it's it's bizarre living out here when you start to really scope the magnitude of it and we're very sensitive to that nor movement of everybody is everybody realizes that sees the picture but the situation that has developed with going forward is that we feel that because of these violations of the constitution that california really isn't a state of insurrection in the governor and javier bazire his his executive branches basically and the the model party legislature are standing incomplete defiance of the constitution very much what was happening in the secessionist movement that caused a civil war in caused the rise of the confederacy they're saying state loss is supersedes federal law violations violating arctic was an article six clause to the supremacy clause of the.

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"francisco franco" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on All About Android

"It's if you have these improvement over the old governors inuse which will make him more of energyefficient okay i was absolutely right crystals worse also they i mean it kinda ties in with what we were talking about a with that with rooting in 'cause i remember when i was rooting yukmai device a lot back in the day long line had the real franco francisco franco on with the franco colonel way back when uh he's still by the way but anyways there there was a lot of of tweaking things with the schedule of her schedule or i can't remember which which appa was using in order to do that and i never fully understood it but of course i played rally because it was in their els it goes totally notice the difference but the i don't know full making into russian devices so we we didn't really taught too much variety in their article yeah but if it does this will be a nice little improvements uh interesting i cool um wayne county had it set cpu that's exactly what it was owners said cpu was the app that uh that i used to do that native even if i didn't understand it uh very cool awesome we might as well as steven when you're on the show yeah like we just learned stuff now is do we really appreciate at syria i it's thumper well actually you know we've got the holiday coming up is is valentine's day holiday or is it just a special day it's well i mean i incapable it's a home call it a soda in america that makes it a holiday so is the hallmark hallmark a day anyways we have the seasonal hot and spicy by the way so what he says flown jason has muted.

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"francisco franco" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The igor ingore yanni kengo romaria now now now now now you'd african go wrong real new norm which you know you can't make remake white make ends up i mean it's now which is a necessary how do you how do you improve on that you can't that's the problem i do you need to make it for new generation nope just showed the new generation of ill old white men can't jump they'll be like where are they playing what is that and he played outside why are you shoes so high around his ankle adult unders day either hats flip the pacific what they're short so short a that's gonna be first and say why they're shorts so short marcus thompson if about phished your rug brooks in four generalissimo francisco franco and you're all came bureau six adb sports leader feeds in brooks on till the end the icc in hobart in line is horrible tight end of the philadelphia eagles zachert joined his now that for us uh an opportunity that were extremely excited about that is kind of crazy to be applying tom brady and the super bowl you always like that i think that this aid were born pick today i worked i right the opportunity and what his first super bowl you were eleven the thumb like balance definitely i definitely wasn't point kobalia tolbert in line three days three to seven on the rs six the following is a paid endorsement.

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"francisco franco" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"They were loyal there was still work to be done the drawing still existed uh they continued working away and then in 1930 six u of spain romanov now at west oakland bill a light water airbus value the spanish civil war began the decades old conflict we leftists in the state had finally come to him the republicans were an alliance of various leftist parties fought against the nationalist which was maligns of fascists and other conservatives led by general francisco franco the nationalists also have the support of most of spain's catholic clergy on the eighteen th of july two days off to the start of the spanish civil war a group of young alec his break into the studios of goudy and smash everything with hammers all the models everything is smashed up into tiny little bits and they're done smashing daylight the place ablaze everything burns including the architectural drawings absolutely everything and in fact the following day trying to come back and bomb the nativity facade which is the only work standing there of gardez which miraculously they failed to do catholicism was under attack during the war than by the end of it forty churches and barcelona had been destroyed and twelve people associated with the sagrada familia project including some of its managing patrons and clergy have been killed there you go under the war ended in 1930 now the leftists lost the fascist one and general francisco franco took control of spain good morning when it was all over a few workers returned to gowda's studio to salvage what they could they've very carefully picked up inboxes little sections and fragments of of the multiples.

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"francisco franco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"francisco franco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Between trump and russian officials in which he said kmi's dismissal had relieved great pressure on him the secretary of state says the iran nuclear accord hasn't stopped iran from playing a destabilizing role in the middle east it's development of ballistic missiles and its funding of terrorism says inspect just hours after president trump said he had made a decision about whether to walk away from the packed but wouldn't reveal what it was and thousands of activists have crowded the streets of downtown barcelona to defend their elected officials after spanish police crackdown on plans for an illegal independence referendum on october fast separatists argue the raiders returned to the author taurean tactics of dictator francisco franco global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries and time to kill off this is bloomberg caroline thank you semi sounds up now us policymakers out the fed left the benchmark interest rate unchanged the pets octavia as the still dates for the winding down of the us central bank a balance sheet and malkin's really reacted to this more hawkish cost for wear rates will end this year and next year and so on this i'm joined this morning from stood got in germany by el malvar cla who is the face income sashes it lbbw great to have you on the program this morning alma eight two markets by surprise really didn't set the the positivie t of janet yellen the rounds of the economic picture in the united states the yield curve his flattened the markets deng quite see it in the same way as the fed why whoa whoa.

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