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"french government" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"We finally see a big drop in the value of the us dollar. But i just read a story that the french government was going to try to protect its consumers from increasing natural gas electricity costs. They're doing all sorts of things to keep prices from moving up even higher. I think they may be delaying certain tax hikes that were already built into the budget for energy. Or maybe they're going to roll back some existing hikes. I'm not really sure what type of price controls this might involve or some kind of subsidies where the french government pays money directly to utilities or other providers. So that the costs are not directly born by the consumer but of course all of this is counterproductive and politically motivated because the elections are coming up and so the french government doesn't want voters to be pissed off about their rising electric bills. But the reality is if the government doesn't cut back on its spending so it simply delays or reduces taxes on energy but does it cut spending to offset this loss of revenue. It's just the shifting of the burden of the cost of energy from the consumer to the taxpayer and the same thing would be true if the government directly reimbursed companies for their costs. Keep them from raising prices. Since in many cases the tax payer and the energy consumer are the same person. All that's happening is that the government is giving you money with one hand and then taking it away from you with the other except maybe you don't notice the government's hand in your back pocket as it's putting money into your front pocket. Of course they're going to be some people in france who don't pay taxes at they're on welfare and so all they do is pay the energy bill in which case the tax payer is actually on the hook for more because not only does he have to pay the cost of his own increased energy bill albeit in the form of higher taxes but he has to pay even higher taxes to cover the cost of somebody else's energy bill that is not paying taxes but the bigger problem with what the french government is trying to do is that it will actually exacerbate the very problem. And this is the problem with government..
France-US Spat: What happens when diplomatic relations turn sour?
"Me. I to explain not so much what france. He's angry about as why. France is being quite so demonstrative in its anger is agnes poirier author of not saddam the sole of france. So agnes. we don't want to get too bogged down in the details of the diplomatic spat which involves australia. The united states the united kingdom and france. But we want to talk more about the diplomatic spatters. An idea in this program both in theory and in practice. But let's start with france's participation in this particular diplomatic spat a. You surprised that. France is being quite so expressive as it is. I was at first when i first heard about that sim rain contract. I mean i knew it had been signed five years ago. Sign you about it. But it was remote souvenir and so i was quite struck. Yes by the force with which show young who is usually very cow passan. Very cautious minister very appreciated. Actually minister on the right and on the left informs used to be a defense an army ministers now the foreign affairs minister for france saying the morning when he talked about stabbing the bike etc. Everybody thought hang on a minute. There's something to it expire unusual for him and so we looked carefully at the small print and we looked into it and of course as the days passed and the anger was even more palpable. We sort of understood. What was it stake and why the french government was behaving that way
"french government" Discussed on WDRC
"Story unfold as we went for Churchill, and then you have the gall, who starts the war as a colonel is promoted to general when the French government falls in people kind of forget that the French government just at one point says we quit the capitulated to the Nazis. The goal refuses to quit. He goes to London. He befriends. Churchill gives them access to the BBC. So we can transmit, you know, impassioned speeches from the French people and so starting with those two people, if you if you take This particular But if you if you take those two people, everything spokes outwards from them, You know, we eventually get to the lenders a custom blanket We get to you know the French Foreign legion in the pre friendship Hakim, which is to the people of France. It's like their version of the Alamo where they held out against. We're surrounded by the Nazis. And held out for weeks. Um, everything kind of goes in those two guys. And it was nice at the end of the book to bring those two characters back into it along the way we introduced, You know the resistance. We've introduced Virginia holding this crazy American Spiv introduced Patton and Eisenhower and and then you know, you know, kept track of the city of Paris itself, and all the stuff going on inside. It's amazing how you can help big a story can get if you just follow a few pivotal characters and let things just happened. Well, kind of pour out. I'm talking to Martin Dugard. His book is called Taking Paris and I guess, uh, you know, we look at things from a modern perspective, but I think back to that time. How do these Leaders sitting in a hotel in London. Learn anything in the way of real time information about what's going on on the ground to try to take to take Paris back because it seems to look back that long and say, Well, they didn't have satellites that didn't have. They probably had some air reconnaissance. But how did you get the How did they get information to be able to even act on it or directed Direct the activities to take the city back, You know, right up until the time Paris Ville Churchill was shuttling back and forth aircraft to deal with the French government so he could he can see the situation on the ground as they unfolded then, But once once Paris film was the French government collapsed, he couldn't get there. They begin relying.
Josephine Baker Is 1st Black Woman Given Paris Burial Honor
"Josephine baker at the american born dancer and singer who rose to fame after moving to paris in the nineteen twenties. We'll have resting place. Bakers remains to be moved to the pantheon muslim. For some of france's most distinguished citizens rebecca rosman reports that the honor make speaker the first black woman to be insured there in a statement. A french government spokesperson baker as a quote. Great lady who loved france. The beloved dancer singer and member of the lizzy stoneless was born in missouri in one thousand nine hundred six but moved to paris in the nineteen twenties as part of a wave of black americans who came to the french capital just after world war. One baker was famous for saying she had to love my country and paris baker. Who died in nineteen seventy five and is currently buried in. Monaco will be moved to the pantheon. In a ceremony held on november thirtieth her induction to the pantheon means she will be joined alongside other french. National heroes including malik kelly at example dumas and voltaire
"french government" Discussed on Leon La Grey Podcast
"That We have this very dangerous very that delta variants at. That's out there you which in fact that there hasn't been tons of evan. How there hasn't been even evidence about the delta variant and how many people got killed on this to where is the statistics on the deaths in deir is not even nothing to Prove an how many people have died on this delta variant. Nothing absolutely zero on this too and if this is auto bizarre and so continue on the article many restaurant restaurant orders are terrified. That new required. Kobe permits will transform them into virus cops rounded providers of gastronomic delights the perceptions are part of the harsh campaign by the french Government to force individuals to receive the krono virus vaccine in the face of widespread demonstrations in major cities citizens must present. An act passed a demonstrating that they have been completely vaccinate or that they have been approved negative tests or recovered from the veteran in recent times. According to president emmanuel macron from august. I people who cannot show proof. Vaccination or a negative cova tests at their own expense will be barred from accessing accessing public transportation. Visiting a theater shop in senator bar cafe restaurant and other places. The penalties are one of the strictest into western world yep so dairy are adoring Adorned in the west is here. And it's absolutely Not also health tyranny but technocracy tyranny which pretty much it states here is that If you have not had history of of kobe or if you've not had been tested or how taking the vaccination and guess how much of an issue is going to be having to just be very intrusive on people's lives now. It's not just your health but then you talk about a huge Technocracy just checking on your phones and and pretty much the data. That's a now the now. The french government can check if you've had a brain much if you've had taken the vaccine or dots..
France Eases Mask Rules; Will End Nightly Virus Curfew
"France eased several covid 19 restrictions, Authorities say it is no longer always mandatory to wear masks outdoors. Although a mask will still be still be required in crowded outdoor places, and the French government says the nightly coronavirus curfew will in this
Clubhouse beta finally arrives on Android
"The national association of attorneys general sent a letter to facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg asking him to abandon plans to launch a version of instagram for kids under thirteen. The letter was signed by attorneys general from forty four. Us states and territories saying facebook has historically failed to protect the welfare of children on its platforms. A facebook spokesperson says that the company has just started exploring the product and is committed to not show ads in it. In an analyst briefing sony projected that the playstation five will remain in short supply throughout twenty twenty two so he says it has sold seven point eight million. Ps five units as of march thirty first and estimates fourteen point eight million units will have been sold by the end of this current fiscal year monthly active playstation network users and game sales in the first three months of twenty twenty one declined on the year a new note by apple analyst. Ming chico claims that the earliest apple plans to use its own internally developed. Five g modems would be in. Its twenty twenty three iphone models apple senior vice president of hardware technologies. Johnny strategy told an internal apple town hall in december of twenty twenty that the company had begun developing five g modem following apple's acquisition of most of intel's smartphone spark phone modem business back in two thousand nineteen just in time for its declining userbase clubhouse released a beta of its android app in the us rolling out globally in the coming weeks android users outside. The us can preregister for the beta in the google. Play store clubhouse said the platform will remain invite only for now to keep growth manageable airy interesting time in their clubhouse the insurance company acts are say said at the request of the french government it will end cyber insurance policies in france that reimburse victims for ransomware payments of the policies will still cover the cost of recovery. Speaking at a recent paris roundtable french cybercrime prosecutor johanna browse said that in two thousand twenty only. The usa experienced more ransom attacks than
French President Macron announces 3-week nationwide Covid restrictions amid surge
"Is taking root steps aimed at curbing the spread of the virus. The french leader today announcing a three-week nationwide school closure and a long domestic travel ban as part of an effort to fight the spread of the virus in a televised address to the nation. Macron said efforts are needed as the epidemic is accelerating the move marks a departure for the french government which i've been focused on regionalized. Rather than national restrictions yemen has
European countries extend lockdowns as Covid cases surge
"European countries air using different restrictive measures to fight the coronavirus as it continues to spread. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports 14 European nations have lockdowns in place. France has Europe's longest curfew from six PM until 6 a.m.. The French government is weighing whether to invoke a third nationwide lockdown as cases persistently top 20,000 Day. Britain, which became the first European country to pass the grim milestone of 100,000 deaths, is on a strict lockdown. Even Germany, which had a much lower death rate than its neighbors for much of last year, has now passed 50,000 deaths, bars and restaurants are closed or opening severe. Limited across the continent. Restrictions have provoked unrest. There have been days of rioting in the Netherlands over a new curfew and in Italy, the government has fallen largely due to its perceived in up to handling of the
Ubisoft Returns To In-Person Events With Rainbow Six Siege Tournament In France
"Ubisoft returning to some in person events. This eddie over at gamespot. Ubisoft has become one of the first major major major major gaming companies to return to in person gaming events in two thousand twenty one. The publisher has announced that the twenty twenty one rainbow six siege. Invitational will be held. In paris. France in february players will compete in the same room. Ubisoft stressed that it will be following strict safety measures and no fans will be allowed to watch the event which is scheduled for february ninth through the twenty first in paris teams will compete in a land in land environment. Ubisoft said and there will be strict sanitary measures with no audience. Onsite ubisoft said it's working with a number of key stakeholders including the french government to protect the health and safety of the participants in staff quote with the being of pro players staff and partners as the main priority. You off has been working with partner. Organization live nation health and safety agency a c. e. p. s. medical agency. I s in the french government to develop a controlled safe and competitive offline environment throughout the entire event in line with the guidance guidelines of the health organizations and local authorities players must return a negative. Pcr tests to fly into france in in the country. All players must self isolate in their hotel. Rooms players from one team cannot meet with others. During the event while there will be quote regular pcr tests and rapid rapid provided to competitors throughout the series and keep numbers down the all limited teams must leave the venue in short order and then leave the country of france within forty eight hours of losing their match. Players must also wear masks sale time when playing the game and during interviews in terms of sanitation. all equipment will be rigorously. Rigorously sanded sanitized everyday at the start and finish of the day. All high touch services will also be clean regularly while there will be a kobe manager. Onsite to oversee everything.
"french government" Discussed on Can We Health You?
"Today we're talking about westward expansion. Yes earnings comforting. Yes in the united states yes so in eighteen zero three president. Thomas jefferson bought the territory of louisiana from the french government. For fifteen million dollars. This was known as the louisiana purchase. That was a lot of money back then. It was a ton of money. I wonder what it translates to today. Do that just curious know sure. It's like billions of dollars. Yeah so that. Land stretched from the mississippi river to the rocky mountains and from canada to new orleans so that like mid section it doubled the previous size of the then young united states and as as soon as jefferson signed the treaty. He sent the explorers lewis and clark to find a route to the pacific ocean. Many other explorers made the journey as well and so began the expansion of the country to jefferson. Westward expansion was the key to the nation's health. Jefferson believed that a republic depended on an independent virtuous citizenry for survival and that independence. Virtue went hand in hand with landownership especially up small farms. He wrote quote those who labor. The earth are the chosen people have gone. Wow yeah it doesn't correlate to me but okay yeah right so you're virtuous visuals and land or work. Yeah ok you work. Land make something from it. Honest work i suppose. Yeah if you're thinking kind of thing you take away like what we know about him. I'm think stop thinking of him as a person and the right he wanted the country to expand. And i think he planted the seed for the pioneers. Till i look you know you can go right. Make something something for yourself. Yeah so in. But in order for jefferson's dream for the country to come to fruition expansion had to happen so he maybe the country the dream of the country came first. And then thought okay. I need to have more land <hes>. People to do <hes>. So while the westward expansion is one of the defining themes of the nineteenth century american history. This growth was certainly fraught with struggle and won't get into that way by almost about forty years later. Nearly seven million americans forty percent of the nation's population now lived in this area. Well they know that way from eight eighteen three from eighteen hundred eight forty k. So pretty quick. Wake seven million. That's pretty big. Most people left their homes in the east and followed lewis and clark across the country as promised they were searching for economic opportunity like jefferson. Many of these painters believed that they would find land to farm trusting that ownership would lead to freedom in nineteen eighty five. Sorry wow a lot in eighteen forty five. A journalist named john o'sullivan put a name to this idea. That helped pull the pioneers to the west. He said that it was americans. Manifest destiny to carry quote the great experiment of liberty to the edge of the continent. O'sullivan wrote that. The survival of american freedom dependent on it and it was their duty to quote again <hes>. Overspread and to possess the whole of the land which the providence has given us an quote the providence of meaning. I think the providence of light. What they were given like the land that was before them. It's here so is ours to take. Even though it wasn't i mean. Is that kinda what they get this kind of the way. I remember from <hes>. Es three class and talking about manifest destiny asked yeah so this became a widely held cultural beliefs which carried the following themes the special virtues of the american people in their institutions the mission of the us to redeem in remake the west in the image of the east and an ear irresistible destiny to accomplish this essential duty so was disappointed was so arranged of area. Right ideas are planted in their head. Like if you go out there you will make your money. you'll survive you'll be happy. Happiness is just. Yep exactly yeah you'll have your own lambs have all the freedom that you'll have yeah <hes>. So that term became controversial. You know throughout time. Meanwhile meanwhile while this kind of happening the question of whether slavery would carry onto to the west was at hand around this time. The missouri compromise was made which attempted to resolve the question of whether or not slavery would be allowed in the new western states <hes>. That the louisiana purchase sort of like you know was responsible for create <unk>. Them so this whether slavery would be in. These new states shadowed almost every conversation about the frontier. The compromise admitted missouri to the union as a slave state and may had to change main to a free state had they needed to have. They had to preserve the fragile balance in congress between us owning states in nonstop hunting state. Yes i say. I'm surprised that main was asleep. At i mean because she just think of the south. But i know. I'm know an i don't really know actually <unk> slave-owning or they like the changes such. Yeah just to keep that the same number okay. Half-and-half just have to say i know going. Forward as policy was made progressing through that it was always taken into account those southern states or the slave owning states. How making sure that they get what they want. It always had to be part of the conversation. Yeah it's crazy for another strong decade. A yeah i think even on that of course of an attorney but while they're formation was been the biggest conversation sure. Oh yes right. See that the okay. So the missouri compromise also stipulated that slavery would be prohibited north of the southern boundary of missouri. So the the thirty six degree latitude line okay <hes>. It couldn't be north. Slavery couldn't be north of that but missouri was north of that so i think like after missouri said that they were going to be a slave. Nobody else could that was it. Yeah grandfathered in so many. Many thought of sullivan's manifest destiny was a secret term for spreading slavery. Really yes who thought that the people that wanted slavery or did not want to read. You know the people in the north okay. They thought it was. They thought it was like a secret term for light taking it over there. Really conspiracy theory <hes>. Despite the many conflicts <hes>. Far more complicated detailed for wondering really what. Everybody's wondering about the food. Because that's what i talk about sure. That's what we're here for
What Was The Westward Expansion?
"Today we're talking about westward expansion. Yes earnings comforting. Yes in the united states yes so in eighteen zero three president. Thomas jefferson bought the territory of louisiana from the french government. For fifteen million dollars. This was known as the louisiana purchase. That was a lot of money back then. It was a ton of money. I wonder what it translates to today. Do that just curious know sure. It's like billions of dollars. Yeah so that. Land stretched from the mississippi river to the rocky mountains and from canada to new orleans so that like mid section it doubled the previous size of the then young united states and as as soon as jefferson signed the treaty. He sent the explorers lewis and clark to find a route to the pacific ocean. Many other explorers made the journey as well and so began the expansion of the country to jefferson. Westward expansion was the key to the nation's health. Jefferson believed that a republic depended on an independent virtuous citizenry for survival and that independence. Virtue went hand in hand with landownership especially up small farms. He wrote quote those who labor. The earth are the chosen people have gone. Wow yeah it doesn't correlate to me but okay yeah right so you're virtuous visuals and land or work. Yeah ok you work. Land make something from it. Honest work i suppose. Yeah if you're thinking kind of thing you take away like what we know about him. I'm think stop thinking of him as a person and the right he wanted the country to expand. And i think he planted the seed for the pioneers. Till i look you know you can go right. Make something something for yourself. Yeah so in. But in order for jefferson's dream for the country to come to fruition expansion had to happen so he maybe the country the dream of the country came first. And then thought okay. I need to have more land People to do So while the westward expansion is one of the defining themes of the nineteenth century american history. This growth was certainly fraught with struggle and won't get into that way by almost about forty years later. Nearly seven million americans forty percent of the nation's population now lived in this area. Well they know that way from eight eighteen three from eighteen hundred eight forty k. So pretty quick. Wake seven million. That's pretty big. Most people left their homes in the east and followed lewis and clark across the country as promised they were searching for economic opportunity like jefferson. Many of these painters believed that they would find land to farm trusting that ownership would lead to freedom in nineteen eighty five. Sorry wow a lot in eighteen forty five. A journalist named john o'sullivan put a name to this idea. That helped pull the pioneers to the west. He said that it was americans. Manifest destiny to carry quote the great experiment of liberty to the edge of the continent. O'sullivan wrote that. The survival of american freedom dependent on it and it was their duty to quote again Overspread and to possess the whole of the land which the providence has given us an quote the providence of meaning. I think the providence of light. What they were given like the land that was before them. It's here so is ours to take. Even though it wasn't i mean. Is that kinda what they get this kind of the way. I remember from Es three class and talking about manifest destiny asked yeah so this became a widely held cultural beliefs which carried the following themes the special virtues of the american people in their institutions the mission of the us to redeem in remake the west in the image of the east and an ear irresistible destiny to accomplish this essential duty so was disappointed was so arranged of area. Right ideas are planted in their head. Like if you go out there you will make your money. you'll survive you'll be happy. Happiness is just. Yep exactly yeah you'll have your own lambs have all the freedom that you'll have yeah So that term became controversial. You know throughout time. Meanwhile meanwhile while this kind of happening the question of whether slavery would carry onto to the west was at hand around this time. The missouri compromise was made which attempted to resolve the question of whether or not slavery would be allowed in the new western states That the louisiana purchase sort of like you know was responsible for create Them so this whether slavery would be in. These new states shadowed almost every conversation about the frontier. The compromise admitted missouri to the union as a slave state and may had to change main to a free state had they needed to have. They had to preserve the fragile balance in congress between us owning states in nonstop hunting state. Yes i say. I'm surprised that main was asleep. At i mean because she just think of the south. But i know. I'm know an i don't really know actually slave-owning or they like the changes such. Yeah just to keep that the same number okay. Half-and-half just have to say i know going. Forward as policy was made progressing through that it was always taken into account those southern states or the slave owning states. How making sure that they get what they want. It always had to be part of the conversation. Yeah it's crazy for another strong decade. A yeah i think even on that of course of an attorney but while they're formation was been the biggest conversation sure. Oh yes right. See that the okay. So the missouri compromise also stipulated that slavery would be prohibited north of the southern boundary of missouri. So the the thirty six degree latitude line okay It couldn't be north. Slavery couldn't be north of that but missouri was north of that so i think like after missouri said that they were going to be a slave. Nobody else could that was it. Yeah grandfathered in so many. Many thought of sullivan's manifest destiny was a secret term for spreading slavery. Really yes who thought that the people that wanted slavery or did not want to read. You know the people in the north okay. They thought it was. They thought it was like a secret term for light taking it over there. Really conspiracy theory Despite the many conflicts Far more complicated detailed for wondering really what. Everybody's wondering about the food. Because that's what i talk about sure. That's what we're here for
French Government Is Criticized For Slow Rollout Of COVID-19 Vaccine
"In France, doctors and opposition leaders are pleading for speedier access to Corona virus vaccines on Li about 500 people were vaccinated. In the first week, President Manuel Michael held a special meeting with top government officials. To address the vaccine strategy. The slow rollout was blamed on mismanagement and staffing shortages during end of the year vacations. It was also attributed to a complex consent policy designed to accommodate broad vaccine skepticism among the French public.
New Year's Rave in France Draws 2,500 People
"2500 people were busted for attending and illegal New Year's rave in the western region of Brittany in France. The party happened despite the French government, strict covert 19 restrictions and national nighttime curfew. The incident came early in the evening on New Year's Eve, but was faced with violent hostility including a police vehicle being set on fire. I'm Brian shook
EU nations kick off mass effort to distribute COVID-19 vaccines
"The EU have begun a coordinated effort to vaccinate the most vulnerable among their nearly 450 million people. Those vaccines began arriving in the EU countries on Friday. The first doses of covert 19 vaccines are being administered to Italians today, with the first in line being healthy. Workers and stuff and elderly people in nursing homes. The first was a 29 year old nurse at Rome's Infectious Diseases Hospital that it will be the turn of over eighties and those with chronic illnesses. Next will be the general population on the hope is that in nine months herd immunity will be reached in Italy with 42 million people vaccinated. Sabina Castle Franco CBS news Room. There have been at least 16 million infections in the used 27 nations. More than 336,000 people have died and as that vaccination drive begins across Europe, the French government is taking a more low key approach. The first vaccine shots were injected into the arm of a 78 year old Morissette in a long term care facility near Paris. Cardiologists Dr Josh Jackman swears who took the vaccine shortly afterwards, said taking the vaccine. Was also of national interest. They are vaccinated. We are vaccinated. We're all in the same boat and the boat cannot sink and around the boat. There is a country that cannot sink. However, many French remember French health scandals in recent decades involving mismanaged vaccines, Many others are worried about the speed in which the vaccine was developed and are anxious of the side effects. It may bring. I'm Karen Sharma's.
France takes careful vaccine approach to counter skepticism
"As a vaccination drive gets underway across Europe with fun fat the French government all taking a more low key approach with the recent history of mistrust in vaccines McCall as Francis citizens to have faith in science and doctors the first vaccine shots were injected into the arm of the seventy eight year old Morissette's internal time care facility near Paris cardiologists doctors Zach mon so as he took the vaccine shortly afterwards said taking the vaccine was also of national interest they are vaccinated we automated grew older methane bait the bait cannot sink and around the boat there is a country that cannot sink however many French remember French health scandals in recent decades involving mismanaged vaccines many others are worried about the speed in which the vaccine was developed I'm not anxious of the side effects it may bring I'm Karen Thomas
Much Of UK Sees New Lockdown As New Coronavirus Variant Spreads Quickly
"Says it will suspend all travel to and from Britain after London and parts of southeast England were put under lockdown due to the rapid spread of a new strain of the Corona virus. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports. Francis is just the latest country to take action. Several countries are restricting travel after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said an infectious mutation of the covert 19 viruses circulating in the United Kingdom following an emergency Defense Council meeting. On Sunday afternoon, The French government announced that all rail and air travel to and from Britain will be suspended Sunday at midnight for at least 48 hours or until the EU makes a blanket decision. Johnson abruptly reversed earlier promises to allow the British people to circulate more freely and enjoy Christmas. The Dutch Health Ministry said in a statement that the strain spreads more easily and faster and is more difficult to detect.
"french government" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"The French government in a protest against the nation's policies relating to nuclear power. But this was done with actual human operators who are working voluntarily. They were they had agreed to be part of this sort of virtual sit in And they were working on their computers in an attempt to overwhelm the target servers. So this attack was limited both in scope and duration. Also back in those days, you were paying by the hour for Internet access. So The actual protests lasted about an hour because no one was willing to pour in a whole lot of money, too. Sit at their computer and actively carry out this attack. The denial of service attack became a go to strategy for Hacktivist groups in general. One such group called the Electronic Disturbance, Theater, or DDT, developed a tool called Flood Kit, which would send a large volume of messages toward the targeting computer across the Internet. A predetermined target is the important part to remember here. Anyone who wanted to make use of flood kit could download it on the tool even had a drop down menu that would let users select the predetermined targeted computers like the White House computers system. DDT would arrange for virtual sit ins in which they would schedule a coordinated effort to attack a specific target, like the White House servers, and then users would all use that drop down menu to launch their individual attacks as a big collective. So as a collective of individual attacks in that sense it again In this case, it was a voluntary action. It wasn't like they were infecting computers and trying to, uh Take them over without the user's consent. In 2000 Michael Cow, say teenage hacker who used the handle, Mafiaboy launched a series of distributed denial of service attacks against high profile targets like Yahoo, Amazon, del and others. He also attempted to attack the DNS system by targeting several of the route name servers. He had compromised computers at university networks and used them to send traffic to his targets. It would overwhelm the targets. And years later, he would say the whole purpose behind it was so he could impress and intimidate other hackers. So he was doing it for the online street credit. In other words, he was eventually tracked down by agencies like the FBI and got a pretty light punishment. All things considered. He was sentenced to eight months and a youth group home. And part of the reason for the relatively light sentence is that the law was dragging behind technology because it's hard to charge someone with a crime when you don't have a law defining that crime yet. This is something we've seen in technology over and over where the developments of tech have outstripped the social constructs like law in 2007 in Russia, a massive DDOS attack shut down, not just a site or made a service slow it actually shut down. Internet coverage for entire cities. The attack was aimed at an Internet service provider, and it was so effective that the provider went offline multiple times in waves of attack that hit over the period of a month. So they would get back up and then they would be hit by another attack and would go down again at the peak of an attack. Traffic being sent to the provider reached 10 gigabytes per second, which was pretty darn staggering back in 2007. Later Anonymous. The most famous secret society of activists and techno anarchists began to make use of voluntary but nets to attack targets. They urged people who wanted to lend their computers power to an attack to download software called the low orbit Ion cannon. This would make the user's computer join a large but net which then could be directed to attack specific targets. Essentially, this is what hackers often try to do through tricking others to install malware. Only in this case anonymous was outright saying, Hey, your computer is going to be part of this if you download the software, so if you want to help bring down the man Download and install it Now that wraps up this episode in our next one, we're going to talk more about how de DOS works and also the various strategies that people and companies used in order to try and mitigate the effects of de dos. As it turns out, it's pretty tricky. If you guys enjoyed this episode, let me know Also give me a shout out. If you have any suggestions for future episode topics, whether it's a technology accompany a person in tech. Maybe there's someone you want me to interview. Let me know by sending me an email. The address is tech stuff at howstuffworks dot com or drop me a line on Facebook or Twitter. The handle for both of those is text stuff. H s w don't forget to follow us on instagram and I'll talk to you again. Really soon.
"french government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"If they wanted schools and businesses to remain open. And now you are seeing cases rising and you're having to close the schools. I'm wondering what you think is behind this. I mean, obviously, there is some politics at play here. Some people simply don't believe the Corona virus is a problem. I think that we have an attitude in Montana of local control and independence. And so the use of masks and restrictions and so forth doesn't set well with a large portion of our population. And the public debate that's been going on about the science and what we understand about this virus in particular. That debate is raging across the country, and Montana is no exception to that. But I think that for the most part in our schools across Montana and here in great falls Because of the strict protocols that we put in place in our schools for sanitation, physical distancing the worrying of masks. We haven't seen The outbreaks in our schools. But I am curious because people do take cues from their elected leaders, and it has taken on Lee until now from Montana to put in new restrictions, including a statewide mass mandate. Do you think this should have happened sooner? And when you talk about a sort of debate about the science, that debate seems to be happening within one sector of society, and I'm not really at large. We had a debate at the board of Health. We had a public forum where we took him put on tightening the restrictions and my encouragement all along to our community is let's do the right things for the right reasons on a person by person basis instead of having Have our public officials imposed restrictions and so forth and appeal to People's personal sense of responsibility to take care of others. And maybe that appeal came a little too late. What is your biggest way right now for your district? Oh, I think overall obviously the health and safety on the mental health and well being of our staff so that they can Teach our Children and the stress that they have been under this fall. They worry about mental health and the overall well being of our students when we're not able to meet with him face to face and The fact that as a isolate and become more distance from their peers and from their teachers that has an effect on their psychological, and you know they're effective growth and development. And I can I'm concerned about that. Sounds like you have a lot on your shoulders. Yeah, It's uh It is a concern and in a, uh, an issue that I take seriously daily. Ah, lot of lot of prayer and a lot of concern for others in our community. I have an excellent team of people here. Tom War is the superintendent of Great Falls. Public schools in Great Falls, Montana. Thank you very much, and we'll be thinking of you. Thank you, Lulu. I appreciate it. Thank you to the listeners. Europe, like the U. S, is again reeling under a coronavirus resurgence. But unlike the U. S, most European countries introduced lockdowns and other tight restrictions after the pandemic picked up speed in October. The World Health Organization, says that the region faces a tough six months ahead. But experts say the restrictions are beginning to produce some results. Joining us now to talk about the situation in Europe is NPR correspondent Eleanor Beardsley in Paris. Hello. Hi, Lulu. How bad is it? Louis bad, you know, huge rise in cases and deaths. Health systems are being pushed to the limit in France. ICU beds are at 95% capacity for the last two weeks, and even Germany is showing signs of strain Here is Hans Clue. He's the head of the World Health Organization. Europe, speaking on Thursday last week Europe registered over 29,000 new Covet 19. That's That is one person dying every 17 seconds in European region from covert 19. That's a shocking statistic. But tell us what's being done. I mean, there is a lockdown in France. What's the situation for a long time, The French government said they would not institute a second locked down. But then French President Emmanuel Macron went on television in at the end of October, and he laid out different possible scenarios to curb the virus. And he said, Actually, a full lockdown was the on Lee way to keep the country's health. System from collapse. But I will say it's not a strenuous his last time bars, restaurants and nonessential businesses are closed. But this time schools are in session. You still have to fill out a form every time you want to go out, stating the reason you know you have one on your phone, and I was actually stopped by police Today. I usually go out twice a day once for my walk and to the grocery store. Elsewhere. You know, Spain has a national curfew and is in a health state of emergency. Italy has a nationwide curfew and regions are classified 12 or three according to the gravity of the situation. If you're in Naples, a red zone, you can't leave your region and you're supposed to stay home except for you know necessary outings, and even Germany has a federal lockdown through the end of November. And is it producing results? It is producing results. Slight results. French health officials have talked about it. And the W H o so they don't want to let up too soon. But it does seem to be working. And is anyone protesting the measures. You know, Lulu? We don't see anything like we see in the US we did see, you know, the police in Berlin break up thousands of anti lock down protesters this week. But, you know the majority of Germans support the restrictions. Even Ah, poll recently in Spain showed that people are ready to go into a national lockdown. If it will help despite you know, devastation to the economy. So let's talk about that. Why is there not more fear of economic devastation in the U. There is fear of it every day you hear about businesses closing, but European governments are spending billions. To keep companies going, You know, from major companies like Air France to mom and pop stores, and it keeps the unemployment down and people from losing their skills. Listen here to what the French economy minister said this week. New petition is until please it. Is that all you so basically, he said. Our goal is to reassure French citizens We're gonna get through this. We're gonna protect companies and people through the duration of this virus. But still, stores and businesses have lost so much and they're clamoring to reopen in the holiday season, and the French and other Europeans have a lot of hope in the vaccines coming up, and frankly, they're just hoping to get this under control enough to be able to salvage some sort of Christmas this year. NPR correspondent Eleanor Beardsley in Paris. Thank you very much. Thank you, Lulu. Now loons Linds.
Europe reels as it sets new coronavirus infection records
"Health Organization says the soaring number of covert 19 cases in Europe is of grave concern, but that because of wider testing, the situation is still currently better than during April. Esmie Nicholson report. Several European countries have seen the largest increase in infections over the past 24 hours. The World Health Organization's regional director for Europe hands, Kruger says thie evolving epidemiological situation in Europe is worry as numbers grow exponentially. Leaders of the EU's largest economies. Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Emanuel McCall share his apprehension and have announced stricter measures in Germany. The number of daily infections has doubled over the past week, hitting a high of more than 6000. Today. Merkel and Germany 16 state leaders have agreed to the introduction ofthe tighter local measures in Holt's bolt regions, including mandatory mosques in crowded outdoor spaces that says me Nicholson in Berlin in Paris and other major cities across France tomorrow night. I'll be the last chance for the foreseeable future for millions of people to hang out at night in bars, restaurants or friends, homes beginning midnight, A nighttime curfew goes into effect. The French government's tryingto keep a growing outbreak from getting so bad. It has to impose another nationwide locked down. Meanwhile, local authorities are investigating dozens of complaints that senior officials mishandled health emergency resource is police have searched the homes of Francis, current Health minister Ah, former prime minister and other senior officials.
Soaring virus infection puts more French cities on alert
"On maximum alert status and closing bars, gyms and other public places. In an effort to stem the spread of the Corona virus. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports There were more than 27,000 new cases and a 24 hour period over the weekend. The two southern cities of Montpellier and to lose now joined Paris, Marseilles, Leon Grenoble sent it yen and the northern city of Lille on maximum alert status. The French government is trying a targeted approach with strict new measures. In an attempt to slow the infection rate, the French prime minister said. A general national confinement can be avoided on Ly if everyone complies, Jean CASS Tech said. Over the next two weeks if the epidemic worsens and intensive care beds fill up, even more than additional measures will need to be taken. Mastec said. Too many people were failing to appreciate that. The second wave is here. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS
Coronavirus: Paris to shut bars and raise alert to maximum
"Will shut all nightclubs completely from tomorrow on after the French government raised the city's Corona virus alert to the maximum level. The news from Paris is not good covert infections are up above 250 per 100,000 people, which means the city's hit on higher alert level. And automatically new measures are going to kick in the headline news is that bars and cafes we're going to shut completely for two weeks from tomorrow. They were already having to close doors at 10 o'clock, but that hasn't been enough to stop the virus spreading. There's some respect for the hard hit hospitality trade restaurants and bistros, which also expected to be told to shut can stay open if they observe new rules as
Airbus' Ambitious Hydrogen Plans
"I'm happy to welcome with me on the program senior editor, Guy Norris and tier to our France Bureau chief who as you surely know if you read ideation? Gregory is an expert in aerospace technology subjects to. This week, we are going to talk about three aircraft concepts that Abbas presented for the first time. They are very different from each other in many ways, but they do have one thing in common they are supposed to be powered by hydrogen. And Abbas Vision in the transformation of aviation into a greener more sustainable, future exciting ideas but lots of questions too. So let's take a step back I wonder if I can ask you to just walk us through the plans that Abbas. Presented this week. Sure So basically, there are three concept plaints. At the center of the city they called him supplies because none of them will actually be built but three directions that are going to be studied in depth. One of them is looks like turboprop aircraft to wing configuration. I think the maximum. Capacity would be around one hundred passengers. The other one. Sorry. The first one, I mentioned a because it would burn hydrogen in relatively conventional outside rented conventional. Engine turbines. The second concept plane is also conventional Tuban Wing country duration from be powered by two defense number props to defense money hydrogen. Again, capacity is between one, hundred, twenty, two, hundred passengers, and just like the first concept plane the shooting hydrogen attack is located at the rear of the fuselage and the third concept is definitely the most spectacular. It's a blended wing but. Again powered by defense. So often concepts contemplates both hundred ten. Engines but the big difference, the May feature of the sudden is the blend buddy consideration, which means you can much more optimize hide myrow dynamics, and you can also dispute passengers and fuel tanks. I, know much more efficient way in the in. So. Roughly speaking this, all three concepts that are is. Speaking about so we're we're kind of fifteen years right I mean they're talking about enter enter into service in twenty thirty five but already, they're making some very important technology choices you mentioned liquid hydrogen for instance can just walk Ciragan. You know what are the steps that are coming up in between now and twenty, thirty five so between now one, twenty, thirty, five, the and again, twenty thirty five is the plant date for entry to service our first main Maislin if she wishes twenty twenty-five by then they expect to have majored some technology bricks as they. Call them to choose from and they would launch a program in twenty, twenty, seven or twenty, twenty eight. So that would be a food program for the Industrial Program between or twenty degrees and would would be very, very informative for us to follow is the next five years they plan to do several demonstrations. So they will demonstrate that technology bricks such as hydrogen storage, for example, and one of the most demonstration projects is about hydrogen storage and distribution they were stopped on the ground, but they also plan some instructional on the sorry in the era in. which could be quite a spectacular and they plan quite. Surprised by this, they plan to start with gaseous hydrogen storage demonstration before moving to liquid, and as they seem to have made a choice ready for liquid hydrogen meet surprised by the fact, they are going to also test guess. So Guy. Abbas. Seems to be really enthusiastic about this and it's kind of came out of nowhere but it came a bit of as a surprise to me. That's enthusiasm isn't really shared by everyone in an industry particularly in the engine industry they're still seem to be quite some serious reservations about this. So can you tell us what what what you're hearing? Yeah Hi there. It's basically a very is a very interesting time because, of course, the engine manufacturers like the fray manufactures they're all facing this kind of cliff of how do we meet the sustainability targets in really thirty years seems like a long time but but in the aerospace business, it's really not They've got. So they've they've been approaching this idea of whether to adopt the new transformational approach. Mostly based on alternative fuels, which would be dropping into the existing kind of infrastructure, the existing propulsion designs and the existing tube and wing configurations that the framers of loved and developed and perfected for the past fifty years all nor so you can imagine that there is a bit of a shock going on here to how do we suddenly move all of that towards a hydrogen based ecosystem. Of course, the other thing is that they've saying, well, you know we have been that before we've studied this, we started in the nineteen fifties, for example, more based for military type applications again, in the seventy s during the fuel crisis when they the first global fuel crisis and again in the nineties when there was the first glimmers of the emerging environmental issues this time of course, it's different as you both said, you know the there is a driving force has never been there before, and of course, the the French government tying the. Incentive. Package really to sustainability is the big decision making sort of driver on this. So you know the fact that. There's much more urgent need now is is changing the game, but doesn't change the fact that there is seventy years of history of safety and certification and development behind a no operational cycle around kerosene people know how to handle it. They know how to certify it, and this is a whole new ballgame. So why would you know bus get buy in from the other industry participants if that wasn't possible for one reason or another over the past? Several decades well I mean one of the thunder, the reasons that time does move on and technology has improved. They're all ways of coping now as a couple of ways to look at it. One is from a big picture perspective. The big challenge that a lot of them see both in and out of aerospace is the fact that they feed stalking. The actual production of hydrogen has to be done in a sustainable way to make this entire equation balance
Tiffany Files Lawsuit Against LVMH To Enforce Merger
"Let's turn to the latest developments in the ongoing legal battle between the US jewelry giant Tiffany and French luxury group lvmh. Last November lvmh agreed to acquire Tiffany, but tiffany has since accused of trying to run down the clock in order to let the deal run out of time. So then now trying to fast track the process well, Dana Thomas is the author fashioned police, the price of I fashion and the future of clothes, and to say, she joins us once again from Paris good morning. Good Morning. So bring us up to date in a story that twists and turns an awful lot. Well. This is this is the third time in my career that lvmh's done this week it's become a big big the deal the takeover deals become a big news story. They did it with Gucci they did it with our they lost both of them, and now they're doing it with tiffany and we'll see what happens the latest news is yesterday. The Delaware Court of Chancery where because they'll tiffany is registered in the state of Delaware. In the United States. Has, set a digital hearing date for four day trial starting January fifth and they're gonNA. They're if they don't settle this beforehand, they're going to go to trial and tiffany is pushing for the trial November while Lvmh, wanted it in March or April. So the courts split the split the difference in set it for January this is important because it's right before the US regulatory approval for the sixteen point two, billion dollar acquisition expires on February third. This is the largest bid for a takeover that lvmh did and it's I think the largest ever in the in the luxury industry. She doesn't want to pay that much now and understandably so. Tiffany is down. Had A first-half operating loss of forty, five, million dollars a loss of forty five in the same time. Last year, it had earnings of three, hundred, forty, five, million. So they feel like, yeah, we made this bid last November before Kovic. Everything else hit and Tiffany was thriving and now it's not worth sixteen point two, billion dollars. We'd like to reevaluate that and Tiffany's like saying too bad for you. Well, neither seemed to be giving any leeway on this because toughen says that it it doesn't see what has to cut its prices. It's ready to go to court and LVMH's saying start rushing us because you know the reason why I'm trying to Russia's you don't want us to look at the way that you handle your books during cove it. Well, it's not even just handling the books. All the stores were closed out around the world and people still ordered online. Could you would you order a ending tiffany jewelry online? Have it delivered to your mailbox? I don't think so unless you really needed to get married and that was that but I think that Tiffany Tiffany is. Really pushing for the most important thing which is that you know if they if they go to court lvmh. Chairman. Bernard Arnault could be deposed in the case and asked if he pressured the French government to help give the French group and out is the with this deal because the French government is the ones who stepped in and said, you know we're not going to you can't do this so. The firm, you know originally said that they were dropping this because of a US trade dispute, which is you know. Not terribly clear. So are no what have to swear you know in the courthouse on a Bible or or not in the courthouse because it'll be digital and say no I didn't ask the government to given how well connected he is with the government and with. President. Matt Cole. I wonder and and I'm not the only one to wonder and obviously tiffany wonders, and so it'll be interesting to see how that plays out. Dana how is this going to play out given the fact I mean you mentioned the fact that Lvmh's attempts to by the likes of Gucci didn't work out. Right well, there's a couple of different scenarios. The first one is it tiffany gets. To close the deal at the original price. I, doubt that's going to happen because Bernardo is a really shrewd businessman and he does not overpay. The second one is that the deal is done at a lower prices previously agreed they get some mediators in there they work it out before you tiffany's a publicly traded company. This could really make their their stock collapsed to a point that you know they're really. Hurting thirties at you know Arno. Tries to go hostile takeover because it is a publicly traded company and starts buying tiffany on the public market at a reduced price and eventually has so much that he says, boom I'm owner of the company too bad for you.
"french government" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"The cacio day radio program for hanging out with us the French government the French government was forced yesterday to put out a statement explaining to IT service in its citizens that cocaine is not a good way you can treat Wuhan virus early there is some confusion over whether the cocaine would cure the corona virus to call new admit he's wrong sure huh he Paul Boston Paul's gone those phones will figure that out in a moment so yes if your master plan was to attention Lee immunize yourself by doing copious amounts of cocaine French officials want you to know you can still get corona virus see her the best way to do it was you you take it right yes my you put up your **** and you try to go through airport security and that's the best way to you to not get the virus is that not true that is not true apparently will get you in trouble yeah well I they don't speak to them and they just speak to the medicinal Porsche I read on the internet yeah so false yes falls now this is really about heroin it was good so right we don't know on one task everyone's owners yeah yeah but the fact that the government has to come out and explain that St of that did you see this video of so the president of China went to Wuhan he's just walking around and they can put out some video total propaganda yeah I was just walking around yeah how many people got disappeared to set that up right yeah I know you just like yeah you don't have to go to Wuhan market I need some Kowalik right but so good quality shops here yeah their duty a debt ridden in China so Saint Patrick's day Kuala chops not corned beef did you know that they no idea and they weren't even cowardice enough to cancel their St Patrick's their their parade still go sun twenty four seven you see the movie right there's always some sort of Chinese new year's parade everywhere all the time yeah what's she seems to have been there when you go by the way I was just checking to see tweeted out the Boston store there what happened there man putting me just usually post a story you know how it auto fills the headline right they're going to and then I I dislike Twitter name posted to our page yeah okay well that's good yeah that's good okay I only ask excuse me I only ask because the the cat the headline from the CBS affiliate in Boston's Boston cancels annual St Patrick's day parade amid coronavirus fears and somehow it up on the top it says it says that but ahead of that it says city of cowards Colin Boston cancels annual St Patrick's day parade here isn't it that's bizarre is that some coding problem that's okay so there is a winner it's a winner issue okay all right well because we got to the bottom of that Boston Paul what's up doing so can teach other than that you can clinch I don't know probably the okay I thought that maybe we should but they canceled the oldest parade St Patrick's day parade in the country and you know that's gonna cause now that's bollocks didn't give a reason for a lot less chance of this location reluctance it would be interesting not only are they going to have the chance to McConnell and I'm in a letter to drug whether dance a leprechaun you know that **** to be there now where I think I think you're gonna be laying in the bed they're on the weather on the on the weather reports on TV now because it's over the cashier then the Catholics all over this is this is this this is what they've been waiting for I'm not gonna I'm not gonna take to sit down I'm gonna slam back a whole bottle of powers on that day and they can all manual with it hi right now I can deal with it if you know if you know how to get around around a little bit I know where the company stores you still you are so screwed if you were up there next week I don't even know what we're gonna do it yourself in a way all right buster ball during the fight broke apart okay all right we'll have fun at your bunker the that the poor guy he sounds like a shell of its former self I don't know Mookie Betts snow parade unbiased opinion fan of the game I see Jeff what's up okay are you doing I'm good Sir you have a great show you were also put together now you are trying to get in the mindset of the guy with the terrible last name you know what what got him into the the mind photoshoot and voice of his whole life well every time we ever he was ever injured and he never finished first you always in the back because there was number two yeah that's good point Sir you do number two your whole life and you're gonna feel pretty crappy so all right here we go thanks or guy also I. for I. from we should lead with this this is the biggest casually in my mind of the corona virus Wuhan virus thus far San Francisco has had to cancel they're gay cuddle parties he half right and I know that we have the the men's Cutler groups around here remember there was an ad in the independent and we sent Ross to infiltrate the group but it wouldn't go shell but in San Francisco apparently the cuddle parties are a big thing bunch of grown adults cuddling apparently not a good thing with the corona virus just saying so if I you have that on your calendar gonna want to stay away from the cuddle parties for a while the irony is the.
"french government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From NPR news in Washington I'm Dave matting play later today the house Judiciary Committee will consider two articles of impeachment against president trump abuse of power and obstruction of Congress they were announced yesterday by house Democrats the Senate Judiciary Committee hears from the justice department's inspector general this morning Michael Horowitz will be questioned about his report into the origins of the FBI's investigation into president trump and Russia the federal reserve is expected to leave US interest rates unchanged when it wraps up its latest policy meeting today NPR's Scott Horsley says the feds final meeting of the year comes days after the labor department reported strong hiring in November the federal reserve has already cut interest rates three times since July and fed chairman drone pal signaled after the last meeting there likely done cutting for the time being unless the economy worsens that position was likely solidified by a blockbuster jobs report last week showing US employers added two hundred sixty six thousand jobs in November with unemployment near a fifty year low the economy hardly looks as though it needs another shot in the arm from the central bank that hasn't stopped president trump from jawbone the fed to cut rates even further trump blames last year's rate hikes by the fed for slowing GDP growth three out of four those rate hikes have now been reversed Scott Horsley NPR news Washington this is NPR news from Washington the French government is unveiling details of the government's proposed pension overhaul it leaves the legal retirement age at sixty two while encouraging people to work longer and pay ours owner Beardsley in Paris says the changes are the focus of an ongoing transportation strike even before he unveiled the plan prime minister Eduard Philippe said there are no miracles the French will have to work longer.
"french government" Discussed on AP News
"In what the french government is celebrating as global i francis digital affairs minister says facebook will provide thorns i._p. addresses to help identify authors of hateful content he said he hopes the cooperation will be extended to other countries as well facebook said in a statement that it'll help provide basic information in criminal hate speech cases to french authorities but will push back if the request is overbroad inconsistent with human rights or legally defective like many countries france has been battling violent the directors guild of america is favoring theatrical releases over streaming it's changing the eligibility rule for its top award which has been renamed it's now called the outstanding directory achievement in theatrical feature film the deejay says the board voted unanimously to require that film's premiere in theaters i before becoming available on any other platform all all of its previous feature film nominees would still qualify under the new rule including last year's winner roma which was a netflix movie that debuted in theaters before being made available to streaming subscribers full it is cutting twelve thousand jobs in europe the cuts for about a fifth of fold spook fulls in europe and it's part of a restructuring plan that includes the closure of six plants the company said that the positions would be eliminated mostly through voluntary agreements through the end of twenty twenty some two thousand of the cuts will be salaried positions politics seven thousand white collar jobs being shed his politics global restructuring the figure of twelve thousand job losses include some that have already been announced such as seventeen hundred from the proposed closing the engine plant in bridgend wales fold is also closing applause in france three in russia and is selling another in slovakia a._p. radio news i'm jacky quin president trump is meeting jointly with the leaders of india and japan honor to be here and my two very good friends we've gotten to know each other very well over a short period of time the meetings come on the sidelines of the g twenty summit in osaka in miami ten of the twenty five democrats seeking the presidency next year are sparring over health care and how to ensure that americans have affordable coverage president trump's expected to sign the emergency funding bill to help the thousands of migrants in u._s. custody at the southern border the house passed the senate four point six billion dollar measure to provide funding for care for tens of thousands of migrants along the border with mexico speaker nancy pelosi promise she and other democrats will continue the fight against trump administration's immigration policies battle cry as how we go forward you protect children texas democratic congresswoman veronica escobar noted that the photo oh of a father and his toddler daughter who drowned in the rio grande represents tens of thousands of migrants who have died as they have tried to build a better life for themselves to mcguire washington the associated press videographers have witnessed or raid in mexico soldiers stopped a train with dozens of central american migrants part of the crackdown that they pledged to president trump the prisoner issy jesting that the u._s. centers be halted next year because the u._s. supreme court is blocked his citizenship question saying the government has not proved that it's needed the court also said it will stay out of two gerrymandering cases police in san jose say five people killed in a weekend shooting we're all related the gunman who killed himself reportedly angry that his wife got visas for her relatives to come visit from vietnam this is a._p. radio news this n. it could take up a measure to moro which would amend a sweeping defense bill and require congressional support for any military action before the president orders a military strike it follows the increasing tensions with iran but senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says he doesn't think it's needed i think everybody will take a deep breath this is not in my view any different from the situations other presidents of both parties of confronts in nineteen seventy nine in dealing with the latest iranian outrage and so i support what the administration is doing so far Nasa says that it's ready to launch a drone to explore Saturn's largest moon, Dragonfly will be the first drone Lander with the capability to fly over one hundred miles through titan's thick atmosphere. The craft is known as.
"french government" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"This is what if global coin. What if libra became the I could see out what there's no? If there's no Vig going to the banks, it became a dominant form of payment. It's how you do in an I we use pay pal. We have international hosts we you. We have to use. It's easier for us to use pay pal to support is interesting on this. Yeah. For sure. I'm sure there's enough revenue to go around. I'm sure they'll figure out a way to get something out of it. But, but to me, this doesn't strike me from at least, certainly for Facebook's point of view as either a pl- economic play. Like we're gonna make a lot of money on this. Although they might have a hand in every transaction going forward. That's Amazon's plan. Right. And I don't think this is a privacy thing. I think that's missing the poll point of this. If you say all Facebook's just doing this, so they can get more information about all transactions. I think this is a power play. I think this is Facebook saying who needs a government who needs banks. Imagine being paranoid Davinder. No, I think I think that's probably a good way to look at it. It's to me, it's a little less scary than something like the portal that they, you know, they're, and I should point I have I have two of them, which because. Well, I thought I need to talk to the other one. It makes us which is good tech. But probably came at the wrong time for them. Whereas this like, yeah, it does seem like a power. It does seem like how can we be a global superpower? What if we what if we didn't need banks? What if we could just manage our own ecosystem, you know, it's preparing us for the world of the future, where we're all living in VR, and just buying stuff digitally. He'll make sense. Yeah. And I guess I'm not the only one is paranoid, because the French government has already said, we're investigating and Facebook is going to have to go to congress next month to explain explain yourself Facebook, because there's some, I think reasonable concern in government about what is Facebook up to. So maybe I'm not completely paranoid. Although lately, getting getting grilled by congress is just kind of table stakes for anybody who wants to play this game. Yeah, I thought it was interesting on that the congress investigation articles that I've been reading that it's both. It's a sort of a bipartisan suspicion of this plan, and you can you can easily see what, what in what sort of stakes that each side is thinking about one side's thinking about the sort of social and data privacy. Implications on one side is thinking about, but banks. Stepping in and taking over banks. So it, it is interesting that it is a bipartisan concern. That's, that's a the expressed here if you think about banks, not just central banks national bags but just Bank commercial banks that really are an important constituency to congress. I would imagine. They spend a lot of money on congress. Congress has a certain sense of responsibility to banks, and I'm sure that's what some of this is. And and, and honestly. I, I some so torn about this because as you probably gathered, I'm not a fan of Facebook, but at the same time anything that dissenter mediates, especially banks. I think that's a good thing. So I don't know what we're gonna come down on this one. Well, it's so easy to, to sort of fast forward a few years and imagine that, you know, the kind of investigation that's been going on over the last couple of years about the Russian involvement in the two thousand sixteen presidential election than the campaigns. It's so easy to imagine a couple years down the road, this whole obfuscation that happens as a result of this all happening through Swiss Bank. And with a, you know, there's some data trail, of course. But yes rail instead of subpoenaing Deutsche Bank. Who are you going to subpoena, if it's Lieber coin? Yeah. That is a real concern..
"french government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Fiat Chrysler of Italy has ended merger talks with Renault of France. The French government owns a lot of Renault and Renault has a separate alliance with Nissan of Japan. And it was all very complicated. The BBC's Andrew Walker's in London. Hi, andrew. Hello, david. There were high hopes for this merger. The idea was, maybe this could signal a kind of coming together in Europe, the way we think of Airbus, being a multinational, European consortium, but it was not to be well that suddenly the way it looks at the moment. The reason that this fellow Paul was because the French government, which has a fifteen percent stake in Reynaud simply for more time now according to the finance, but it's a brutal, the envy reason hails from more time was because he wanted to ensure that the Japanese Makinson Nissan, who has a slightly smaller shareholding in was on bold and the signs that they were going to abstain at the vote, quite surprising. I think for many people that fit Chrysler so rapidly decided to call the whole thing off. So I don't think you can completely discount the possibility that this. Idea might be revived. But for the moment, at least, I certainly have to conclude that it is the released. Dp Dumond, the BBC's Andrew Walker. Renault stock is down six point seven percent in Paris FCA, Fiat Chrysler, is up seven tenths of one percent in Milan. Some other numbers the footsie index.
"french government" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Crock Fillion for Eric and Gary Red Eye Radio across America. So. Yeah. Jenny mccarthy. Thank you. I guess if you get if you're tractive and you get naked let somebody polaroid of playboy headquarters in Chicago at the time. That means you've come on tell us untruthfully that vaccination might give your kid autism. Well, thank you, Jenny. It says some people making America great again. Some people are making America more AMIS again. That accused of 'em mixed. Martial arts making measles, America. Whatever they go. Decades of neglect threaten Notre Dame. Well before it burned. I just want to say something about Notre Dame few interesting things, especially being on the heels of Easter. The French government owns said Notre Dame Notre Dom here. I go again, the Chicago poll Aachen me, see, they had the tell me because I I that's that's how my my my little Brian works. Okay. But the French government owns any churches on in their country made after a certain point. Our four before certain point, excuse me. And they're such their secular country as we all know. And so but put a Sherwin bend and make sure that Islam gets put up on a pedestal. But that's another point the French government is secular and note, Notre Dom gets forty thousand thirty forty thousand visits a day, and they don't put the money. They should. And Catholics in America have been asked before all this to to contribute money to Notre Dom to which I'd say, no. But here it is. And it's thong decades neglect. The thing was absolutely from the Wall Street Journal. Just absolutely a joke and how poorly maintained it was. And then you have these billionaire Frenchmen like Louis Vuitton LV giving tons of money. And then you've got these clowns protesting that too. Well, because in France, it's like it's like what beta wants to do here and Elizabeth Warren at all. They wanna make it. So that we have like nine weeks year mandatory off three day weekends. And you know, whatever and some rich person that owns the American version of Louis Vitton can pay for it. Until we get all that and free health care and free tuition, free everything. Gosh, darn we're going to be upset. But the irony of sadness of a second nation not taking care of it's one of its most important things, the irony and sadness of a second nation revering something, by the way crying out and saying oh my God. Who am I got really? Well, you don't care much about him but uses when things burn down. Interesting observations. From me. From one little person over here or there. Eight six six ninety redeye that's eight six six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine. And let's go to max in Palo Alto. California been waiting patiently max closer. Hey, Chris, you know, that Norodom Notre Dame thing is not just a fiction. That's a lot of us have that. Thank you. I'm glad to know that I'm not as bad as I've been, you know, I've been I've been self flagellating let the Catholics living myself over here. Go ahead, sir. Hey, listen. You're earlier you were talking about the cartels. And and and how it's in their interest to bring people across the border, and I don't agree with that. But what it made me think of? And I I've thought about this for a long time. I would like to see us focus. Let's pretend we're gonna run Boorda battleship old Iowa class battleship, and I gotta shit my targets, I gotta really charters correctly. I don't wanna be shooting at a secondary or tertiary charter on his own a shoot out something that I think is the primary target. Let me explain. Yes. The way I see it here in California and the one party state of California, the coastal reefs and everybody else. Yes, we got they they are owned the politicians in this state are owned by Google Disney. Apple I mean, I look at the house of representatives speaker house, the speaker of the house of representatives Nancy Pelosi flying on corporate jets go into their retreat. These politicians are doing their bidding. And so when when I when I think about it. Always buying influence. It's not the the the drug cartels buying influence in the congress to influence our laws or to prevent our laws being enacted is members of congress. And we've got them here in California. We've got them in in your state of Texas. Arizona New Mexico, southern New Mexico. Governor today called out the cops on that on the bed. The guy who was trying to you know, indefens- the that's the the militia people on the board in defense. He is a felony. He's not allowed only got far. I don't know about you. But I support felons not have firearms. Yeah. With young with you there. Arms, and my brother, and and the first amendment is unequivocal in second amendment anniversary moment is unequivocal. But anyway, go ahead. Yeah. Look the way I don't have the best word for it. But I describe it as a global corporate state that is buying influence. I see that when we get on the radio, and I hear you me everybody else. They talk about what's happening is we're being divided and we're being divided because they're bringing any legal Elliot's. They're hiring the H one Bs. They call us racist. When we want to build a wall while they're building walls around their their palatial mansions like Nancy Pelosi, and what's happened. We're we're being sucked into kings. They are dividing us. So then what should we do? We got you know, like one get the black guy called earlier who you are you're ragging on them. And I kinda got it. But I know what we need to stick together. Guys. We need to really focus those guns like on the battleship, New Jersey, whatever's on what the real problem. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Okay. I got unity. I tried. I couldn't didn't you hear try to have unity with the guy. Commonality of being Christians. He couldn't do it. At that point either roll over and like like like like my little five pound five point one five point one pound while east roll my back because they please pet. My little belly here. Or is. So I mean, but no. But I I love what you said though, about all your your stuff about the Google and flying the jet and all that you had me at Hello. Okay. Let's go to Anthony in Alabama. You're live on Red Eye Radio Chris crock in for Eric and Gary. Hey, chris. Yeah. We're just a ball for the last caller, Alabama. Ten we we became a Republican majority since one hundred years since reconstruction and the first thing they did was coming in the ethics laws. Now, they want to change because a couple of guys got caught with their hand in the kitty talking, you know, so what Sarbanes Oxley what are you talking about? No, this is just state ethics laws. The down in Montgomery Montgomery, Alabama. I. Wait actually crossed my Cajun with my Obama. Good. Bridge is on fire. What? Oh, you know. I I was watching CBS news, and they were talking about sanctuary cities and Trump sending all the legal to those cities. And they ran a map, and you could see all the states and the cities then they ran a meal the next day, and they overlaid almost identically then they said, we have a new disease the fungus, and it's incurable. And then every time they run these maps these maps overlay each other with the eagles. Now, I know that Alexander customer Cortez says that if we give one of these people shot, it's abuse. So I don't think that actually cities are exact- exactly healthy American people. But I getting back to the measles. I was once against vaccination only because the measles vaccination had a preservative of mercury. And I was. Mirasol whatever. Yeah. Had mercury. There's there's there's a very attractive woman who got naked for a camera for playboy and got in there. She tells me that she tells me that tells me that that was causing it now. Now, one hundred pounds, overweight and ugly. Inside. Yeah. Long as you. I catch it. That's why the media is so good and telling people that Trump was Russia, all by the way, this cackling half naked girl was also on the view of for a little bit there. Well, you know, they're all buddies over there. Yeah. Let me tell you. If you one reason is because I actually read a book Kamali I actually read anyway, Dr Eustis Mullins wrote a book called death by injection. It's interesting dry read. But he talked about the the way congress had initiated vaccines in our history of vaccines. But once I took the mercury I I had no problem. All right. I appreciate your call got role. But fa- mongo. Hey, do little Connie Sunday service. Conde did a Sunday service coming up next. We'll highlight some of the worst jobs in America as well. It's kind of interesting kind of funny kind of funny, but we'll get into those to come next across America. It's.
"french government" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"It turns out the Catholic church does not on Notre Dame. It seems like the French government does best able to tell here fan that the state the French government lens the building to the Catholic church. So folks, don't don't be surprised with this macro guy. If in fact, Notre Dame does get rebuilt under a secular identity and for secular purpose answer, this French leader is after all what to give a sharp on it. But don't be shocked. Here's here's. Robert in Julian, California. Hi, great to have you here. Rush. Glad to be on your show. Hey, I'm living. I'm living in it. You you said at one hundred percent, correct. This is the new example for failed socialism, California is definitely it. Well, not yet here. Crazy. Oh, it's bad. It's it's I'm already there. It's it's not good. Oh, I know. Given to everybody in the Bill the people that are actually working for everything that's given away. I know in the taxes are going up and the things being taxed are going up and states been overrun you can't afford to live where your work all that. But it's not there yet. It's trending. It's a one party state. If is a with a declining Republican party. But it's not yet. You who live there it is? But to a millennial in Illinois, California Hollywood Hollywood, it's not yet. It is going to be right now, they're my whole point was was guy was talking to some of this golf course on day the lure of socialism. What is it? So we were growing up. There was a Soviet Union for all of our lives. As a testament to what communism is. It kills people. Communism kills people. There is no prosperity. There is no plenty. There's no abundance. There's nothing but fear every day of your life. We had that with. There was no magic Lord of socialism. The we did have a sixties in the leftist radicals who hated America and actually were in frog with the idea of a Castro shake Veira Soviet Union because they were jealous of the power. But young people today there is no equivalent of Soviet Union. Venezuela doesn't work CHAI calms don't work for it. Because they're the face of China is not what the face the Soviet Union was the my only point was that California is trending in a direction that will someday be an example of the failures of socialism and liberalism for one and all see beginning. Now, people are leaving the state not in drones, but it's been a trickle. And it's continuing. But it isn't there yet for those of you live there understand liver long. Yeah. It is. But for people. Outside of California, looking at it as the land of fruit and opportunity and hoping I'd still is that going to be a while that was that was my only point is that young people that they don't have a living example of the horror. Stole. It's left to their imaginations to dream of this utopia that they are going to build and create even though it hasn't ever been done. Mel hadn't been done because they haven't been alive when it has been tried. But now they are alive and people like exempt Cortez on Omar are going to lead the way over the carcasses of Brown. Sources like Schumer and Pelosi. And take your pick and the rest of them. Hey, folks, perfect example here of company looking for your best interest. If you are a life lock member benefiting from their identity theft services. I should better identity theft protection services. Then you probably got an Email alert from yesterday. And if you.
"french government" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And weather. News ninety three point one. Hey, F B K. It turns out the Catholic church does not on Notre Dame. It seems like the French government does best able to tell here, and that the state the French government lens the building to the Catholic church. So folks, don't don't be surprised with this macro guy. If in fact, Notre Dame does get rebuilt under a secular identity and for secular purpose through this French leader is after all what to a sharp by on it. But don't be shocked. Here's here's Roberts in Julian California. Hi, great to have you here. Rush. Glad to be on your show. I'm living. I'm living in it. You you said at one hundred percent, correct. This is the new example for failed. Socialism, California is definitely it. Well, not yet here crazy. Bad. It's it's I'm already there. It's it's not good. Oh, I know. Me given to everybody in the Bill the people that are actually working for everything that's given away. I know and the taxes are going up in the things being taxed or going up and states been overrun you can't afford to live where your work all that. But it's not there yet. It's trending. It's a one party state if his a with declining Republican party. But it's not yet. You who live there it is? But to a millennial in Illinois, California, Hollywood Hollywood. It's not yet. It is going to be right now. They're my whole point was was guy was talking about some of this golf course Sunday the lure of socialism. What is it? So we were growing up. There was a Soviet Union for all of our lives. As a testament to what communism is. It kills people. Communism kills people. There is no prosperity. There is no plenty. There's no abundance. There's nothing but fear every day of your life. We had that with. There was no magic allure to socialism. The we did have the sixties in the in the leftist radicals who hated America and actually were in fraud with the idea of a Castro shake era Soviet Union because they were jealous of the power. But young people today there is no equivalent of the Soviet Union. Venezuela doesn't work Tchaikovsky don't work for it. Because they're the face of China is not what the faces Soviet Union was the my only point was that California is trending in a direction that will someday be an example of the failures. Of socialism and liberalism for one. And all the see look it's beginning. Now, people are leaving the state not in droves. But it's been a trickle. And it's continuing. But it isn't there yet for those of you live there their stand liberal long. Yeah. It is. But for people outside of California looking at it as the land of fruit and opportunity and hoping I'd still is that it's going to be a while. That was that was my only point is that young people today don't have a living example of the horror. So it's left to their imaginations to dream of this utopia that they are going to build and create even though it hasn't ever been done. Hadn't been done because they haven't been alive when it's been tried. But now they are alive at people like cuss ochre physio, Omar are going to lead the way over the carcasses of Brana sources like Schumer and Pelosi. And take your pick of the rest of them. A folks perfect example here of a company looking for your best interest. If you are a life lock member benefiting from their identity theft services. I should better identity theft protection services. Then you probably got an Email alert from them yesterday. And if you did they informed you that one hundred different restaurant locations were subject to a data breach. In the past ten months, David from over two.
"french government" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"That's all. The hand that gives it is set in Mali is always above the hand that receives those were hungry. Cannot reject food. Not only those were hungry by those who have been deliberately starved. But soon come the day when the Hebrews will revolt and once for all refuse Faeroes capricious largesse. Hospitals. Because I wanted to think about this beyond. What seemed to me too, easy the headlines? Yeah. The gratitude. Oh, he was roic was like Spiderman, and then the French government did a great thing and made him a citizen. How did we get here? Why is this enough? How did we get into the position? Where he kneels down to receive the crumbs. If I was still in Twitter. And I wrote that I might get canceled. Yeah. Yeah. You get cancelled when you're out of step with the general opinion. I feel like the language of blind spot which is. It's a story you start telling in the last chapter people essays, and it's the title of your photography book. Yeah. You and you right. Just in the kind of Napa logue to look is to see only a fraction of what one is looking at even in the most vigilant I there is a blind spot. What is missing I find that useful language? Thank you. I find it very fortifying. As an idea to think about what is not evident. What's not a parent? I have a real struggle, especially when I'm writing for the times. I have a very sympathetic understanding and encouraging editor who lets me get away with all kinds of things. But I'm always trying to know the volume on my essays, very often. I'm trying to write and not say more than than can justly be said. I wanna reduce the number of sparks. I want to embed hesitation lack of certainty in in it. It's counter cultural, it's gonna cultural, and it's it's quite hard to write hesitation, you know, I think my ideal dialogue is to people saying, we know one person saying, well, I don't know and the other person saying, oh, I don't know. And then the other person's saying. In the past couple of years for sure my most used emoji is. Which doesn't translate very well to radio to radio. I'll describe it. It's it's not a shrug. But is the shoulders Ray raised and palms turned out words in a gesture of. Search me. So which of course has been appended the right skin tone emoji. You know? I think is rushing to name this big. What was what did you paraphrase Baldwin by saying anybody who's conscious to be conscious to be and? And. Eight of rage and also having to be conscious to be confused right now up -solutely. Big conscious is to be in a state of. Rage. Strength on behalf of the weakened. There's some things I'm still strong about that. Maybe you'll weakened in an I have to be strong on your behalf and vice versa. There's us needing help. Right. But also to be in a state of kind of quiet Soro. And knowing that they're things we cannot solve. And maybe that moment of contemplation that moment of quiet sorrow is sort of the ante room to what the solution someday could be it's a beautiful intimate word cuts looney in means sitting together in the dark waiting for something to happen. And you know. I'm happy to have that be my nubile. Great. After a short break more with you coal. You can always listen again. And here unedited versions of every conversation..
"french government" Discussed on Invention
"Oh, man. So what are some examples of how they worked to get against him? There there several in this book. So some of saxes enemies tried to undercut him by using their influence in the music world to make sure sax's instruments, for example, his bass clarinet were not accepted in orchestras. Right. So they they would have influence over somebody in in some big influential orchestra and say like the lead clarinetist and some Paris orchestra. Who would then say, you know, if you let instruments invented by Adolphe sax into this. Stra? I will walk out. I will not play with you anymore. Yeah. I was reading about some of these. And then the other text where people were like, yeah. I'm not planning at off sacks instrument. It's really it's very difficult. I think for us to really imagine this kind of world 'cause I know for all of my life. I kind of thought of instruments or fixed. They're all old well established instruments like the newest instrument is going to be like, the, you know, an electric guitar not. But the, but no new new instruments are being invented all the time. I mean, one thing that does come into become an issue here is that win a new instrument is invented it doesn't yet have like compositions written specifically with it in mind. Right. So if you're playing older compositions for an orchestra, they're probably they're not going to have a saxophone part written in them. Right. And then, of course, not every instrument has a lot of civility like, obviously, the saxophone has quite a bit of versatility. But on the other hand something like the thera Mun has limited usage. Yeah. In music, even when it is. It's played exceptionally. Well, yeah. But even if the these orchestras were considering. Incorporating say a bass clarinet of of Sachs's design or a saxophone or a sax horn. You know, any of the stuff he put together there would be ways that these rival instrument instrument makers could try to shut that down and prevent it from happening. Also in the French government was considering adopting some of sax's instruments for the reform of its military on samba lls because apparently at the time, the French government considered the the old sort of decrepit state of their their military marching bands to be an embarrassment. They needed new military music to show off which is kind of a funny thing to consider that they'd be super concerned about that. This would be an expression of your military prowess since is different time. Yeah. But then again, it is technology. And that's one thing that that that we should never look like like, we're talking about musical technology. Yeah. So th this was going on. There was a so the French government was considering adopting some of saxes instruments for their for their military use. And then opposition to sex really intensify the rival instrument makers, they formed this association that was basically just organized to attack sacks and shut him down. And they tried to sue him to prevent him from getting a patent on the saxophone one of the tactics. They tried is downright diabolical. So in I'm going to quote here from lily's chapter quote in another tactic several saxophone were purchased and sent to other countries saxes identification was removed and the instruments were then Rian grave to indicate foreign manufacturer rights of the ideas to say, oh, no sacks of is sack. Saxophone? I'm calling him. Saxophone? Sax did not invent the saxophone. There are already ones being made by other people over here beforehand. How mad so they're just straight up falsifying evidence for this idea that he's stole the saxophone designed from other countries. Right. But of course, fortunately, the the Lilla says that these forgeries were poorly. Executed and quickly revealed as a ruse, but it just did not stop here from the late eighteen forties on through the rest of his life. Seem sacks was just plagued with money troubles and constant lawsuits. His biography at this point really just reads, mostly as one miserable sounding court case or bankruptcy threat after another and he eventually died in eighteen ninety four in poverty. I believe. Yeah. I think so, but I think we should turn back to the eighteen forties to look at the invention of the saxophone in particular. But maybe I we'll take a break..
"french government" Discussed on Talking Politics
"And as they say the nomination race escalates salaries than is going to become an ever-greater constraint. So want to get on with to Miller in second. But lost mention Brexit. But we are at that point with this. Where we can speculate about possible resolutions, and there's a political logic perhaps behind some of them. But then when you feed that logic into where we are to clear with the personalities involved and also the pressures on all sides from various forms of public opinion. It's really hard to get to a resolution presented like with Brexit. We can't stay here forever. I mean, it has to be resolved. I seem has to be result. And I have read warranty people saying is really bring out the difference between American European politics. Shut down the French government. Not least because employs half the French relation and the entire countries out on the streets. And that there's a little puzzling. There's not a lot of public protest. I mean, there's not a lot of actual resistance around this yet would that grow. I mean, there are is eight hundred thousand people who are not being paid. Is partial shutdown is not. I mean, what would it do to get people on the streets. This would be solved in a day if the security people at the airport walked off their jobs, and no one in America could fly or the air traffic controllers who by the way, are not being paid said we're not gonna work anymore until we're being paid. This would end today. But what stands behind this is? I the law which says federal workers can't go on strike. And then Secondly Ronald Reagan nineteen eighty one when the air traffic controllers, go on strike firing all eleven thousand of them saying you will never come to work for the United States government again. And that is the moment of trauma from which modern labor has been born. And it's an extraordinary chievements by conservative Republican to legitimate public resistance and to confine and to limit what workers can do and that has not been talked about. But that you can be sure is on people's minds there in the folk memory of many American of memory of the union leaders. Who worry that something similar might happen? I actually think it wouldn't happen. It would be quite bold or be quite a lot of sympathy. And I think you have to get wealthy people in America hugely inconvenienced by this. And then it would end today. But you're right. There has not been that kind of public demonstration of resistance. Have there have been no demonstrations in the street, if you think of some of the actions taken in the nineteen thirties labor uprising people sitting down at their workplaces and say we will not be moved until this matter settled if TSA workers at the airports that this would be over today. And it's a Mark of the weakness of labor and part of what is missing in American politics that this doesn't seem to be on anybody's mind. I think Barbara ehrenreich called for strike put it didn't resonate with anyone. It's it's really striking known as the left faction of the new Democratic Congress, not cooling labor action. I mean think as the Causey Kuta position is not labor. So for a lot of things, but she. Sure is allegedly has not yet called for an action on the part of government workers to shut the entire government down. That would end this in a day, that's old left politics. And then she doesn't represent old left politics in that respect elements of some of the things that she talks about including in relation to tuck -sation and sometimes into what she talks about about debt and have to pay for things that do I think echo back to that old left wing politics, but not the focus of where agendas, so not since what's happening in the democrat party is interesting because it's taken the democrat party is to the left without going back to the place, the central place that lay behind in the Democratic Left to does this mean that the resolution will in the end have to be something that comes out of the legislature some back and forth between the two houses, and it will happen in the next week few weeks..