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Fresh update on "german" discussed on Mike McConnell
"Are still on the fence about going out to get your covert 19 vaccine, the numbers and Hamilton County show it's incredibly beneficial. It was definitely an attention getter. Hamilton County Health Commissioner Greg Testerman was running down the latest covert numbers in his weekly briefing and placed special emphasis on the local hospitals and the 36 people in intensive care. Pretty much none of these individuals have received their vaccinations. So we know the number One way to stay out of the hospital is by getting vaccinated County Commissioner Denise Treehouse. We know that this vaccine is safe and effective. We know that it's saving lives. The numbers prove that out. I met Reese News radio 700 wlw. It is now easier than ever to go out and get your shot. Both CVS and Rite Aid pharmacies are offering walk in Appointments at their locations nationwide. A man is dead after shots were fired in Avondale last night. Police say. 33 year old a Quinton Jolly was gunned down on Glenwood Place around nine o'clock at this point. Investigators are not sure what prompted that shooting. No arrests have been made. Cincinnati City Councilwoman Betsy Son German took the first steps necessary yesterday to move with suspension of Wendell Young. Her fellow councilman, was indicted by federal prosecutors last month on a charge of tampering with records. This week, voters approved a measure giving counsel the authority to suspend members facing federal prosecution. Council is expected to begin considering sentiments motion after the election results have been certified. The Reds have the day off today, giving them some time to think about what they're going to do it first base for the next month or so. Joey Votto came out of the game yesterday with a fractured thumb after he was hit by a pitch surprise and I didn't I knew I was in pain. I thought I was being a baby and I just I wanted to stay in the game, but I didn't think I could grip the bat and I was having a hard time Putting my glove on single have more details.
The Hex Hollow Murder
"X hollow lies in a heavily wooded area of york county pennsylvania. It has these centuries old farmhouses they give off this eerie vi- like something sinister happened there because well it did. The story starts before the great depression in the year. nineteen hundred. the american dream is alive and well. The economy is chugging along and agriculture is prospering pennsylvania. It is kind of this. Fresh land of opportunity and german settlers are flocking to your county hoping to grab a piece of the pie. One of these is the blind meyer family. They settled down in your county about a twenty minute drive north of hollow. But they're not making a living off potatoes corn like most of their neighbors. The blind myers are in the business of magic. The father a guy named immanuel blind meyer practices a form of pennsylvania german folk magic known as power. It's this combination of rituals medicinal potions and christian prayers. That are meant to do good so save. Someone's farm is in producing enough crops or they come down with the flu. They could go to a powwow healer like emmanuel for help he'd suggest may be a ceremony or he'd blessing. That could help fix the problem. That might sound niche. But america as a whole is pretty open to spiritualism at this time and an estimated. Half of your county believes in witchcraft. And hexa which is basically the power of which is secure people. As far as they're concerned how is just as real as any medical treatment provided it's done right in the year nineteen hundred emmanuel's five year old son. John comes down with a mysterious illness. And no matter. How many spells emmanuel performs. Nothing seems to help. John is keeps getting sicker
Germany busts international child porn site used by 400,000
"German prosecutors have announced that they have busted one of the world's largest darknet child **** platforms prosecutors in the German town of Frank Petz said in the statement alongside the federal police the three German suspects believed to be running the platform were arrested along with one Germany's a one of the three main suspects was arrested in Paraguay the platform itself known as boys town had a four hundred thousand registered members the authorities said the platform had been active since at least twenty nineteen paedophiles used it to exchange him what could not be a children and toddlers most of the boys from all over the world I'm Karen Thomas
US Fines Software Company SAP $8M Over Iran Sanctions
"German software giant ASAP will have to pay more than eight million in penalties and acknowledging allegations that it illegally exported its products to Iran. The United States said the company would have a stiffer penalties headed not voluntarily disclosed the activities and violated American sanctions against Iran. The company agreed
White House Readies for Family Cat
"The bidens are close to adding another pet to the White House for the first time since the George W. bush administration a cat will live in the White House she is waiting in the wings first lady Jill Biden on NBC's today show with her husband who was asked if getting a cat was his idea the cat will join the family's two German shepherds including major who's had to biting incidents in the White House and was sent away for training it included how to live with a cat they took him into a shelter with cats to conserve yeah and he did fine Sager mag ani Washington
Police: 4 People Killed in German Hospital, Woman Detained
"Money now. And arrest after a deadly hospital explosion in Germany. These your world headlines from ABC News The explosion happened in the hospital in the eastern German city of Potsdam, killing four people, says the German news Agency. D. P. A Reports that a 51 year old woman has been arrested in
German Parliament Sustains Another Attack
"Several security companies have released news about revived. Threats will run through a few of the more. Prominent discussions fire is mandy unit. This morning updated its research into ghost rider and influence operator that came to attention last year. As it sought to affect public opinion in latvia lithuania and poland its messaging then was anti-nato the campaigns of twenty twenty relied upon heartlessly crude forgeries and implausible rumor. Mongering but of course disinformation doesn't need to be art as long as it can get the write amplification which ghostwriter work to accomplish. It was easy for officials to quickly. Debunk such hogwash. As the claim that canadian soldiers were spreading covid nineteen or that an internal memos circulating in the polish ministry of defence called for resistance against an american army of occupation a forged memo helpfully provided hijacked social media accounts used to lend plausibility to a very implausible. Cyber scoop offered a useful account of these efforts at the end of last july. But of course lies can have a bit of a run if they're provided with a head start. In any case ghost writer has now expanded its thematic content to include disruption of domestic polish politics and also according to tonga. Shell credential theft attacks on german political figures fire. I believes the threat actor it tracks says. Unc eleven fifty one. Some portions of ghostwriter the firm characterizes. Unc eleven fifty one. As a suspected state sponsored cyber espionage actor that engages in credential harvesting and malware campaigns tanga shell calls the chaos troops which is apt enough for an operation that aims at disruption. At least seven members of germany's bundestag have received phishing emails as have some thirty members of the lender assembly. That is the state level. Legislators german authorities are taking activity seriously.
Census Shows US Population Growth Slowest Since the Great Depression
"From the 2020 Census Aaron showing the U. S population growth has slowed to its lowest rate. Since the Great Depression and the nation's political center of gravity kept shifting farther to the Republican dominated South and west. It was a big U. S population shift over the last 10 years, the South Korea the fastest over the last decade, with the 10.2% increase in population, followed by the West, with 9.2%, acting Census Bureau chief Ron German, saying the Northeast lost more than 4% of its population. The Midwest shrank by more than 3%.
New Census Numbers Show 6 States Gaining, 7 Losing Congressional Seats
"In and some changes are coming in the U. S house is the population ships. Acting Census Bureau Director Ron German gave us the number where the total U. S population sits. 331,449,281 more than 7% higher than 10 years ago. As for how it impacts US House seats, six states made gains, Texas will gain two seats. In Colorado, Florida, Montana, North Carolina in Oregon, will each gain one seat. Seven states, California and New York among them will each lose a House seat. More data will be released later in the year, including numbers on age sex, ethnicity and race. Gurnal. Scott
Jailed Russian Opposition Leader Alexey Navalny Ends Hunger Strike
"Navalny is ending a 24 day hunger strike. He says he's reached his goal of getting medical attention thanks to supporters from around the world as NPR's Lucy and Kim. Reports from Moscow know Melanie was imprisoned in January after returning from Germany, where he had been recovering from a poisoning he blames on the Kremlin. Alexei Navalny made the announcement in a social media post put up by his allies. Before his hunger strike. His request for medical attention were met with smirks. Navalny says He's now been examined by civilian doctors twice. Navalny's condition was met with concern by world leaders such as President Biden, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron. Is worsening health also brought out thousands of protesters in cities across Russia Wednesday. His post, Navalny writes. My heart is full of love and gratitude. He says he'll still insist on getting outside medical attention for the loss of sensation in his arms and legs. Lucian Kim.
Germany's Green Party Selects Candidate for Chancellor
"Here in Germany with the Green Party's staking its claim to lead Europe's biggest economy. For the first time ever, the greens have announced a chancellor candidate. Her name is Anna Lena Fair ball, and she aims to succeed Angela Merkel. If the Greens win September's elections, and the numbers are looking good opinion polls placed them second only by a small margin. The Angela Merkel's conservatives. With two party leaders, one needed to step aside and all but topic did so, making Anna Lena Bear book the first Green chancellor candidate ever. In her first speech, she promised a renewal in German politics. And a departure from the status quote. This is a matter of who I'm getting. We must make changes to create a fair country, a country where daycare centers and schools are truly the best places to be a country where care give us generally have the time and above all, the resource is too careful people, a country in which the state functions digitally and serves its citizens. Diverse and cosmopolitan, country values based and strong democracy. 40 year old became politically active within the Green Party in 2008, focusing on foreign and security issues. Only five years later, she entered the bonus Tak, the German parliament at the age of 32. They actually quickly and respect for her thoroughness and knowledge of detail. She has a degree in international law and spent several years abroad in the U. S. London and Brussels. She now lives in Potsdam, with her husband and their two young daughters. Best yet carefully correct Raft announcement came in sharp contrast to the bruising power struggles still going on within Germany's conservative Party. Both contenders. There were quick to react to bad books candidacy. Got a lever on Elena Congratulate Angelina Bear book, and I can promise her that this CTU in Germany is looking forward to a fair election campaign in
European Super League: What It Means for UEFA, Other Leagues
"European soccer league. This was trending on sunday. Basically it's a league that's in the works that would take the best teams from the english. Premier league la liga. which is the spanish league syria. Which is the italian league in the bundesliga. The german league and had them play in a top tier superleague which would be like a season. Long uefa champions league rather than those teams playing their regular leagues the other teams. Just fight it out for the top spot. What does that do to the regular leagues. So critics say it's gonna kill the regular leagues does so well. This is the one positive is it gives leads a fighting chance to win the mvp l. Yeah le- ot that you take the six best teams from england out and lead susan like ninth place right now. The top of it yeah. They're finishing top of the table. So go ahead. I don't like hate on this from kids. That never made the all star team. I wanna see a super league owners of teams like maybe not leads but like fulham's or not on the all star team they're like oh we don't wanna be destitute. Don't lost about invited the playboy mansion right. it's like the teams in laliga. That only sell tickets when real madrid comes to town. Those are the teams. That really. don't want it all now. that's that's interesting point because the so many teams but like you take away. Barcelona and real madrid from laliga. That's fucked you take. You can really fuck some of these leagues. You take byron munich from this leaker you fuck them. Yeah that's that's tough but a lot of the good teams have already signed up and said that they're down to do it so happened. Advertisers her in the money's in the money the money's there the teams are in. Yeah it soccer. So that's a billion layers red tapes. I couldn't even begin to unravel it. When i was reading reading for this but i we'll see if it happens.
Two bodies found in capsized Seacor Power Disaster
"Off the Louisiana Gulf coast, the Coast Guard says Divers recovered two unresponsive crew members of the capsized, seek or power off the Louisiana coast Friday night. A Coast Guard spokesman declined to elaborate and referred questions from The Associated Press to a local coroner. Vessel designed to support offshore oil rigs overturned in rough weather Tuesday, about eight miles south of the Louisiana coast. 19 workers were aboard. Six people were rescued Tuesday. One body was recovered from the water Wednesday, and the Coast Guard says another body was found Thursday. Nine workers remain missing. I Mike Rossia pressure mounted today on two contenders hoping to lead German
List of mourners attending the funeral of Prince Philip
"The list of Mona's attending the funeral of prince Philip this coming weekend is announced coronavirus restrictions only allow thirty to attend the funeral of prince Philip on Saturday at St George's chapel at Windsor Castle then include Philips within the queen and her four children add to the throne prince Charles his brothers prince Andrew and Prince Edward and his sister princess I'm also attending the funeral home with the queen's eight grandchildren including prince William and prince Harry the not hi res wife Meghan who is president and remains in California all her doctor's advice other senior Royals and three of Philip's German relatives have also been invited Charles Taylor this month London
Berlin-Tel Aviv 2036 Olympics Would Be ‘a Mark of Reconciliation’
"Come to the promised. Podcast brought to you on t. Lv one the voice of the city. That was just proposed as a possible venue for the twenty thirty six olympics which will be the thirty sixth modern olympics now that the international olympic committee just decided that the thirty fifth olympiad in twenty thirty two will be in brisbane australia. The twenty thirty six games are now for bid. The proposal was floated. in last. week's berliner morgenpost in a column written by franck koale ski a lead organizer of the two thousand and eighteen european track and field championships in berlin and ricard ming. The president of the german olympic association. The two men began by observing. What maybe obvious that berlin could not host the twenty thirty six games because berlin hosted the nineteen thirty six weeks which were by then german. Chancellor adolf hitler and held in stadiums festooned with swastikas. You may remember. There was some unpleasantness back. Then so berlin is out or is it. Kurowski wrote quote so why not send a completely new strong signal of peace and reconciliation in twenty thirty six a signal that does not hide from history but takes up the responsibility that comes from it. It would be such a signal. If and israel apply together more precisely berlin and tel aviv with the sailing and surfing competitions on the eastern mediterranean but also with other sports such as beach volleyball in israel's lively metropolis as a clear signal of how responsibility arises from
The Race to Succeed Germany’s Angela Merkel Just Got Exciting
"The partnership of germany's christian democrats and its bavarian sister group. The hugh has long been considered one of the most stable imposible politics and for the best part of twenty years. Angela merkel has brought to. This has strong and steady leadership both as chairwoman of the cd you and as chancellor of germany but the race to replace this autumn threatens to uprootal this as the two parties have endorsed rival candidates for chancellor the cd you has backed almond lash. The party's leader. The issue is throwing its weight behind the prime minister of bavaria. Marcus urda well to examine what this will mean for the party. And for germany's future. I'm joined by suited david philp. Who's the deputy director of the german marshall fund berlin and also by kirsten gamla these deputy editor of the parliamentary bureau of the deutsche citing. Now let's begin with you suda. This week has seen a series of stages in meetings to try and work out who will take the helm on friday yesterday. Those a four hour long session wasn't that we're both men set out their stall. Yes i mean this is really something that the cdc issue Are have found themselves in a really difficult situation. Because at this point you have two candidates vying to succeed merkel who are going to come out of this process damaged And it's going to split the party So it'll be really interesting to see how the conservative bloc comes out of this
Biden's Dog Major to Get More Training After Two Nipping Incidents
"For one of President Biden's dogs After some high profile incidents we get details from CBS is Matt Piper, President Biden's younger dog Major is set to receive more training to help him become more acquainted with living in the White House. First lady Jill Biden's office says majors private training is set to take place off site. In the Washington D C area and is expected to last a few weeks. The three year old German shepherd rescue along with champ the first family's older dog, joined the president and first lady at the White House soon after the inauguration. But major has not adjusted so well, causing a minor injury to someone in early March that nipping someone later in the month. Back
Merkel's Bloc Spars Over Who Will Run for German Chancellor
"Good after from somewhat soggy. Very not sunny zurich the two leaders of the parties that make angle miracles. Conservative lines in germany have now put themselves forward to replace her. Frau merkel will stand down at september's election with the various premier. Marcus suitor and arm allow shut. The recently elected leader of the cd the christian democrats vying to fill her big loafer as well. Let's get the latest on this now from quentin peel and associate fellow at the your program at chatham house quinton also spent a few years at the f. t. as many of you know he was the man in berlin And of course has met mr lash attack from time to time. Good afternoon quentin good afternoon. Let's maybe start with a bit of a snapshot you've spent some time with mr lasted i've been in the company of mr Suitor before Maybe let's compare notes. Because the last time i was In munich at large event it was the unveiling of Of an a three fifty tons of course Airbus very much invested in bavaria. And there was mr at the center of things and really quite a quite a force Commanding the room Very much that the character that we've seen on On television probably of of late may be but look back a few years clinton maybe even a little bit more bolshie and boisterous but someone who certainly had command and presence How is this going to square when we think about Mister mister lash. Well they are a bit of a contrast rally because lash. it doesn't come over with quite the same self-confidence he seems more hesitant a little more ambiguous. He's not a what marcus urda is. He's not a real conservative. He's much more a centrist in the party. He's much more. The person who would still be a chance salah like angela merkel somebody who tries to bring the different factions together.
German Conservatives Mull Merkel Succession
"Germany indeed the whole of the european union is preparing for an era beyond the leadership of chancellor angela markle and this weekend the contours of the battle to lead our party became clearer. Mrs merkel's christian democratic union or cd you along with its sister party. The s you have lead the country for four consecutive terms and the two party leaders themselves. The heads of germany's two most populous states are now vying to replace her arm unless it the cd. You chair has already announced his intention to run out pursued on ehab forty to get touch longest mid and undug yesterday. Mark zeltser leads the. Su threw his hat in the ring. Status vian an essay and germany's state-led corona virus response has come into question as cases have risen faster than vaccinations legislation. That's under review would wrest control back from the states and shape a federal covid nineteen response that creates a potent political mix for two candidates with differing leadership of their home states but the best part of the year. These two men have been engaged. In the sort of war of attrition conducted mainly through the media criticizing each other's approaches to corona virus suggesting that their respective approaches have been more appropriate. Tom novel is the economists. Berlin bureau chief and this of course is a sort of proxy war for the decision for which of them is going to lead the two parties into the federal election in september and therefore most likely succeed. I'm gonna mock chancellor now we've spoken about both of them before on the show but let's quickly go through each of them. Tell me more about arlette. I'm going to lash. It was elected leader of the christian democratic union. The main center right party in germany in january he is also the leader of north rhine-westphalia. And that's germany's big
"german" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany
"News interviews and live. Hello and welcome everybody. This is joe from star rated a whole year startup podcast that youtube block from germany again in transatlantic news recording welcome to this month in german startups again with christian in new york. And if you're watching this youtube you will totally notice and hopefully also when you're listening that we do have a neutral so basically you can. We don't have the issue that somebody's That we cannot do cross talk but we can talk at the same time we can edit it together no more doing stupid stuff and making the other laugh. Right chris yeah so yeah definitely a feature that so many people were lacking wondering one can these two dudes finally talk simultaneously apart from that. Welcome from new york after. Apologize for my really weird mask near think. I should like sit like this time for people watching this out more people. Just listen to audio anyway. that that also means you get out a lot right talked to blow you do a lot of reporting out there with with masks at least yes and nonetheless correctly appreciate it there. You go yes. Let's start let's start today. We are wrapping up february. Twenty twenty one on the twenty third of february. Yes it's not the whole month but the next the news we still find would go into the march news this news. Jim startup scene the much anticipated of other one generated to new tech billionaires in dobie debts. I in a very long time. Your first europe's first tech spec special acquisition company listed frankford more wake-up details merch. Talk about right. Tried to republican game. Stop as well as the billion exit of berlin-based at just you can find us here on instagram linked in on twitter. If the to you're using this to watch or to listen to this. And we now have google calendar where we post even a few weeks ahead all the content we'll be publishing housekeeping. Time to brag. First and foremost stay safe everyone. This is the We were cutting this that it became public knowledge. That half a million americans passed away From corona so guys..
"german" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"A battlefield to another was extremely difficult plagues and horns would often be used to send commands because there is no other way to send communications over that distance in that amount of time even with the advent of radio in world war. Two battlefields were spread out over much larger distances and communication could still be difficult with that being said. Let me summarize the timeline of what happened at the end of world war two in europe in the spring of nineteen forty five is the allies. Were closing in hitler. And his cronies were in his bunker in berlin and the russians began inching closer many of his top generals who saw the writing on the wall began surrendering individually and hitler accused him of being traders. As wall started caving. In on april twenty fifth mussalini was killed by a mob in italy. April twenty ninth. All of the german forces in italy surrendered. Hitler killed himself. On april thirtieth after that things began to fall apart very quickly. Technically the leadership of the third reich fell to admiral. karl donuts. not that there was really anything to rule over on may second. The german forces in berlin Soviets on may fourth german troops. In the netherlands denmark northern germany surrendered to feel marshall montgomery on may fifth germans in bavaria. Surrender to american. general jacob. Devers on may. Sixth hermann goering surrenders to general carl spots head of the american air forces in europe on may seventh at shape. The supreme headquarters allied expeditionary force in reims france chief of staff of the german armed forces high command general. Alfred yodel signed the document of unconditional. Surrender of all german forces the same day general franz bom announced the surrender of all german forces in norway with the phrase quote all forces under german control to cease active operations at twenty three o one our central european time on may eighth nineteen forty-five unquote on may eighth field marshall helm titles surrendered in person to soviet field marshall zubkov in berlin pretty much all german forces ceased activity. The warren earp was over and v. e. day was celebrated around the world and random people started kissing each other in times square except not everyone in the german army was able to surrender. Not the men who were part of operation. How it again now. You're probably wondering what was operation..
"german" Discussed on LBC Election 2019
"Would be absolutely ideal for that if anybody knows any the producers on celebrity uncle box and do drop a word in because that is one of those programs. I would literally kill today. There aren't many of them. Yeah love it. If you sent me name your top programme to be on. It would be gocha box right. Graham pac has got some more What's the word but they called Drag queens jag names. Yep chaos trumpet kissed on clammy lami. David lemay nobod- milliband. I can't say this for just a rude name. That's not drag name. I can't say this one is to do with clive lewis. It begins with c. L. by can't say that word i don't want to either. This one is a week. One big dick begun richard bergen. That's not normal standards are rather regret radio. Those so let's go on to callum jones hallowed. I've just watched the deal about twenty years too late about the relationship with blair and brown over their careers together and wondered what you thought of the poor trail. Assuming you've seen it. My second question is do you think they could do a sequel. Where michael sheen plays g-o-v and neil morrissey plays johnson. I know odd. Watch it neil morrissey playing boris of umass. Bit of a weird one a because they were the people that played in the regional. Deal at alertly Weather yeah morrissey play yes. I think i'm not can con almost see now at remember him. playing him. up is I don't really remember it. Sarka really go view I didn't watch it. I over vaguely remember. I didn't really watch it. 'cause i find that stuff a bit painful But i think it would be quite good fun to do to do. A boris and goldie Drama that would be good. It is interesting when people play Famous people an e kind of want them to almost be them the woman who plays princess diana in the crown. How when i first saw her. I thought and i love. You identified anything like it but as it goes on. She really does become her. She grows into the part. She's all the manner she's got the mannerisms and the way with us and i'm sorry public warning. Some of that may be fictitious. Everybody thinking when he he is he was pretty display. In what was he was he in the queen. He was in the queen. Yeah yeah he was in the queen. Which of course is written by the guy who writes the crown so when we get to that bit in the next series we interesting to see how they how they do it but he also of course was..
"german" Discussed on LBC Election 2019
"It's going to be both sides to blame his net realistically. It will be. Why said on saturday. A massive failure of statecraft on science less trick. But then you can say. Brexit was a massive favors state. Wallet was trying to sit no trying to seek consensus which is unlike mayor. No but i'm talking of consensus. Did you watch nichola sturgeon speech yesterday. Funnily enough i think didn't while i did. And those one bit in it where she was talking about independence where she was going on about how. The scottish people are her masters and she doesn't take instructions from westminster and the way that she put it. I thought oh boy. You're going to have your own indicative. Referendum at boris johnson. Refuses to let you have proper. One you're going to hold one yourselves. And that i think is a very very slippery slope it as put it on obesity last night. It makes scotland the catalonia of the united kingdom. At an i speak. I speak as somebody who's not nor against scottish independence particularly bud. An i think he's got to be done right. Gene-o wall do you remember. On saturday i started spouting about nicholas surgeon. And i said that i had been in discussions with he of page. Three acclaimed bombing lecturer. He used exactly the same expression. He's very very very clever. Man very discerning. I think. I think that i need to start using him. As a pundit on my show if he's coming up with gems like that she think you'd like to appear promise not to call him page three on air what we're looking for new talent as indeed. You boom boom no. I think you're right and we will watch. I think scotland in the coming year is going to be extremely interesting. And this also links to the point. I was making about whether or not nicholas surge feeling the pressure of her more radical party members. Say all this stuff about the bullying of joanna cherry. No she is the skycam affairs. Translates thing is partly to do with that. But it's not just. It's not just being bullied for that. No let's not go there but she is being bullied by senior people within the smp who she's kind named the very closely associated with alan smith. Who is their foreign affairs spokesman and she wants something done about it. Nicholas sturgeon clearly is not an ally of charter cherries. She she's clark laced. Rally sam i think so. There's all sorts of internal politics going on that and i interviewed. I also the deputy leader in westminster the smp last night and she professed not to really know anything about it which is always what politicians do they know. They're in a sticky on a sticky. Wicket so i think that's. That's one to watch in a way because jerry is not someone to trifled with on didn't mean to bring back trifle into the equity unintentional. Is bullying no not an unintentional is seems quite deliberate. She's look at her twitter page. She's committed graphic detail. It was all about So that brings me to the end of our political issues that we were going to rigorously analyzed today. I think. I think we can put three that. We've scampered through because we want to get to your questions on all sorts of weird wonderful things. Because i've seen quite good email once. I'm sure you didn't tweet till quite late. So i don't know how many you've got but some i think we should offi renewed well. I think we should move onto those right now. Hello i'm dale and.
"german" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior
"Your free will to go to gasoline nation pod dot, com, and check out our twenty twenty survival guide. Look down that list, your checklist of how we're GONNA fight back especially turn your attention to local state races because that is where we're going to pull out this fascism by the route you wanna go to the bottom of the two, thousand, twenty survival guide where we list all these local state races turning. Pennsylvania blue and talk on the local government they are making it a blue trifecta same with North Carolina Iowa Texas. This could really happen if we put our support towards these local state races. So understand that we have a lot of power in our hands, right? Now to confront this menace and we're going to do it by going to the twenty twenty survival guide on Gasol Nation PA DOT com you can find it on our homepage and I want to add a really proud good German is Tucker Carlson on Fox News that led the rehabilitation tour for for Murderer Kyle rittenhouse that was just lockstep with each other how that big Hoesch back and like a big surge of support which was just absolutely gut wrenching sickening. What we're talking about in terms of this fever dream of a brown shirts consolidating their power through their terrorism. Yep, exactly, and he is part of this. Apparatus you know of. Wing stream EST that have increasingly consolidated their power and not just through business through media and there are a few key families that have been getting the US for forty years That are the GOP's biggest donors and are key to this endeavor among them are the coke brothers, the devices in Prince family. You know which includes of course. Betsy Devos. The Secretary of quote unquote education or the gutting of education and Eric Prince her relative who is a mercenary very much a pioneer in the mainstreaming of militia organizations in a hair military troops, and just in all around evil actor the Mercer Family you know the patriarch of who thinks that nuclear radiation has health benefits a great that US advising trump. Sheldon Adelson and his family, which are basically buying the trump in men foreign policy, and so on and so forth. Jane Mayer's Book Jarque. Money is probably the best source on this There have been other authors who have covered this citizens united held to make it much worse in terms of our politics. As I said, before, these kind of families don't quite fit the equal good German profile when they're so openly and proudly evil, you know they're they're laying this out as a platform they're telling you what they're gonNA. Do they used to kind of hide behind a veneer of respectability of tradition of being part of a Republican lineage? They don't quiet anymore, and so the question again becomes about enablers and accomplices, and we do not see those strictly on the GOP side at all we are seeing them throughout the leadership especially throughout the donors of the Democratic Party and I'm just going to give one example maybe of your own, which is Michael Bloomberg who of course, game crashing into the twenty twenty election to bulldoze the. Of progresses enforcing accountability should they take office? He is an accomplice to this GOP crime. Cole. He is a billionaire who pretends to be a Democrat in order to stop the people who are looking out for average Americans. So he can protect the interests of billionaires like himself. He has lied about donating to help Democrats, win the twenty, twenty election his. Real goal was to get rid of people like weren't in sanders who wanted to enact a wealth tax that had it been implemented he would have barely noticed biden to his credit is also proposing a you know some variation on this tax on the ultra wealthy, which we desperately need in the time of pandemic and a great depression level economy should by some. Miracle Biden get into office and actually manage to stay there. He needs to be pushed hard to keep that promise in to make it much more along the lines of what Warren Sanders have been proposing just search for the survival of our nation and for the survival of individual people whose life depends on being able to pay their rent to buy. Food and all these other things that we were already having difficulty doing before the pandemic before trump But now we're really at a critical juncture and so this is a cruel person Michael Bloomberg who is regularly excused by the democratic elite invited to give speeches at the DNC where candidates who champion the interests of the impoverished like William Castro are left out. It's disgusting Michael, Bloomberg is a good German. Given. The massive rate of income inequality today, there's a lot of good Germans across the business sector, Jeff Bezos you could argue given what he pays taxes. And given how much urine basically all the billionaires that became even bigger billionaires during this horrific crisis were reaching a depression level. We're at depression level unemployment and it's only going to get worse. Yeah. Those guys are raking it in and it's income. Inequality is a human rights crisis. That's what we have to remember. So all those super billionaires are most definitely good for sure. Yep, and with Bezzaz, it's really notable that he has struggled against the trump administration in terms of threats to his personal safety in terms of being blackmailed of being threatened by the Saudi regime. We really should be discussing more given some of the new revelations about nine eleven but anyway you know if Jeff Bezos is having trouble wording off this transnational crime syndicate as he discussed in a medium article that came out about a year year and a half ago. What is the average person going through? What is say Alexander Veneman going through Maria Vanna Vich, you know all these reality winner, all of these people who have stepped forward you know who come from much more modest means have fewer resources. What are they going through? You know that's the question that doesn't excuse the inaction of all of these people in positions of power who we've mentioned because like we said there's a choice. Alexander Van Makes one choice and John, Kelly fellow military official makes another terrible choice. There's a trace remade but damn I, mean I feel like that's one of the more under reported aspects of them is that literally the richest person in the world can nearly be held captive by trump and his crime syndicate, and that's why I never want to hear anything about incompetence or stupidity or they. Don't know what they're doing. They know exactly what they're doing. They're honestly the best in the world at doing evil things. You know it is a coalition of corruption. It is the absolute worst and most brutal people, oligarchs, plutocrats, dictators mercenaries gathered together in a time of climate change in a time of a pandemic where we are more vulnerable than before to Pilfer and profiteer and bring the world into. A network of linked autocratic mafia states like that is that's what they're doing. That's what we told you. They're going to do unless you stood up early and fought it hard and didn't deny that it was happening Sarah and I like to say good Germans also include all the people who liked to write to us and say I thought you were not oh, my God not you're correct. Yeah. You guys are good. Germans to. Know, think about this when you write it like. We get this every day we got oh my God you know I thought you were this raving lunatic conspiracy theorist had no idea what she's talking about but it turns out you have one hundred percent track record of accuracy and everything you know Andrea and I came in with decades of expertise. We didn't just suddenly switch to studying autocratic regimes are studying the former Soviet Union. You know I have a PhD I devoted A. Decade more a decade a half of my life.
"german" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior
"Hey group illegally covering their license plates in Oregon than getting on the highway driving for miles and assaulting people in Salem. Meanwhile. Report found that ninety three percent of black lives matter demonstrations were peaceful as we've said before and gasoline nation black people are being very, very patient given the crises they're being hit with right now, and it's the white terrorism is police brutality, which is a recruitment tool for these white terrorists to consolidate their power whether we pull off a miracle and we had a free and fair election and Biden wins and gets sworn in as president were still left with this white terrorism. Yeah. No I was GONNA say the same in part of part of the crisis in. This of course, is that white supremacist violence is big business and it's intractable from dark money crisis in from all the other crises that we discussed on the show of transnational organized crime of the GOP seeking to have a one party stay autocracy and you see this really in the NRA which has functioned as a dark money machine. Basically allowing Russian mafia money to be circulated through its coffers and then deposited into the campaigns of Republican candidates who may or may not know it's original source but certainly one of the reasons they didn't want an investigation we're finally seeing. Know some pushback against the NRA. But you know it also created a culture. It didn't create a vigilante culture, but it helped bring what what had always existed as an American anti-culture into the mainstream and into big business and I've been watching this in twenty sixteen. You know this is something I worried a lot about then because I would go to trump. Rallies as journalists and talk to her over here supporters they would talk about the expenditure. They'd made an buying all this weaponry, all this equipment and how they were waiting for civil war too so that they have the chance to let loose and so this is a financial investment. There's this tendency of publications especially like The New York, times, people living in. These very early urban enclaves to kind of portray you know the gun toting pickup driver as like salt of the earth is just a poor woebegone citizen. That's not it's people much more along the lines of Donald. Trump junior people who are eric brightens. It's people who are pumping a lot of money into having that image and into creating a culture of. Violence where violence is supposed to be ranked to a rugged individualism. That's not that at all. It's part of a broader corporate apparatus. You know that's backed by the right wing and the Republican Party and dates back many decades feel like we should move on to you. I WanNa talk about the role of big tech because that also Kinda ties into this. Exactly. So my goodness so big tech. More like. Good Germans. So where do even start Zuckerberg sorry. Obviously, and I mean a lot of companies made money off of the Nazi regime and the Soviets and facebook is carrying on that tradition as we've seen. And so our companies like Google. So I'm going to read some highlights here April glazier again, attack investigations for NBC News Points Out Google has drastically rolled back its diversity work due to fears of being perceived as anti conservative sources say employees have been pushed out programs cut and workers have been discouraged from even using the word diversity anymore we will. Link, to her great reporting on that in the show notes for this episode. So her reporting goes on to point out that facebook's excuse that it kept calls for violence in Kenosha up because facebook's moderators weren't aware of how militias operate hard to buy facebook has been providing space for far-right militia activity for a while I reported this over a year ago. And then the Guardian is warning us of another white terrorist threat, which is the xenophobic mass murdering mafia state of the Kremlin from the Guardian Russian agency created fake left wing news outlets with fictional editors. FACEBOOK says Internet research agency also hired real and winning freelance reporters. An operation facebook has removed. So facebook trying to get some good pr for itself by taking care of obvious score. But. It's really not enough given how the far right is a forest fire on their platform and Kremlin bots are all over that just like they were in two thousand sixteen. And The New York Times FBI warned facebook and twitter that the kremlin-backed Internet research agencies set up a network of fake user accounts and a website. The ASA facebook doesn't get points for finally listening to the FBI here. Really it does not. A now Kyle Rittenhouse who if he were black, he would not be alive today. Carl Rittenhouse was decked out a with an assault rifle. He shot to protesters and he and his white terrorist buddies were preparing for this on on facebook page posting a call to arms to drive over to. Kenosha with this purpose essentially, and so all of this has been known for years for several years. Right. We've known about the white terrorist threat for at least a decade. Now, authorities have been warning US and big tack has been acting like they see nothing like Hogan's heroes. That's how big tech spin I see nothing from the Washington Post from two thousand, eighteen several incidents in recent. Years have shown that when online hate goes offline, it can be deadly white supremacist with Michael Page posted online forums tied to hate before he went on to murder six people at a Sikh, Temple in Wisconsin in twenty twelve. Okay. A prosecutor said Dylann roof self radicalized online before he murdered nine people at a black church in South Carolina and two thousand, Fifteen Robert bowers accused of murdering. Elderly worshippers at a Pennsylvania synagogue in October had been active on Gab twitter like site used by white supremacists and just a few weeks ago. Again, this articles from two thousand, eighteen, a thirty year old seaman who described himself as a white nationalist was arrested on a gun charge after concerned relatives alerted police to his violent outbursts including saying that the victims at the synagogue deserved it. Police say the man was online friends with bowers the influence of the Internet and fostering white supremacist ideas can't be underestimated. Said Shannon Martinez, who helps people leave extremist groups as program director of the free radicals project. The digital world gives white supremacists a safe space to explore extreme ideologies and intensify their hate without consequences. She said the rage can grow under the radar until the moment when it explodes in the real world. Yet, and they're often rewarded for it. You know I think Rittenhouse at this point has raised something like one hundred, thousand dollars. We've seen similar things in cases where officers have murdered an unarmed black teenager black man this happened with Darren, Wilson and Michael Brown There's an incentive, and then of course you have you know the mainstream media apparatus contributing to that incentive demonizing victims and sanctifying often these white men who kill no matter how blatant They are no matter how evil they are I used to think the way to change that as you change the industry, but honestly I feel like the industry is so so deeply broken. So deeply immoral that the thing to do is is back independent media. It's pack up your bags and leave and start your own thing, and I've seen a lot of journalists doing this and actually you know I extend this to any industry I think if You're unwilling to critique your own industry. Then you're going to end up complacent in these crimes and that's what we see across the board. We see it in tech we see it in politics we see it in the police force we see it in the military it's silence silence as violence in as complicity and eventually one day as these horrors accumulate, you will wake up and your conscience will be eating away at you and you will be more. Vulnerable than you were before these atrocities began because when you see people turn each other when you see people sanctioned this kind of overt relentless cruelty and violence you know you're not actually protecting yourself by joining their side you might think so at the time, but look at the history of these regimes at the Nazi regime at Milosevic's regime at Mussolini. I mean it just every example ends in collapse ends in mass violence and badly for nearly everyone. Except for a few profiteers. So you know it is absolutely necessary to be brutally honest to tell the truth to not have blind loyalty. You're blind allegiances to parties are industries or prestige or what have you. That's hollow when things collapse at this rate when institutions are as untrustworthy as they are what you're left with are your morals. What you're left with is your conscience in the way you treat people and that is your choice. You know when I talked about everyone has a choice in the beginning of the. Episode that is what I mean because they can take everything else from you. They can take your material possessions they can try to destroy your career, your livelihood have you, but they can't take who you are as a human being. They can't take how you treat people and they can't take away what you will stand up for and what you will stand up against. That's up to you no matter how difficult that that processes and it's not easy at all though it is easier when you find a good friend. Which is why we we have the show and why we have worked together and encouraged You know other people to Kinda like do some soul-searching figure out what they stand for, and then you know fight for what they? They see as the side of good sidestep disabled people but. Yeah I WANNA say use your power of free will because you are always free even in under fascism under tyranny your your mind remains free..
"german" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior
"The show for so long it would have been nice if Michael Schmidt had backed us up two years ago when we were saying all this and people were attacking us for saying it. So if you're wondering, how did it get so bad it's because of the hyper capitalism of major media corporations like The New York Times profiting off of the decline of our democracy in real time. Although that no one thing I hear people say a law when they're just. Out. Into this Hellhole, trying to make sense of this a version of the media to call out obvious crimes obvious lies obvious. And they say, Oh, they care about is money and ratings and I wish that were true i. wish it were that simple but it's about something much darker because the thing is you get ratings and money for reporting about crimes just like you would. If you are covering it up and with trump and his cohort, you really have it all you have the mafia, you have spies, you have sex crimes, you have trees, and these are the classic topics that bring in mass audiences and obviously there's a deep hunger for this information but. You will not see them reporting it. You see them kind of skirting the topics you know fluttering around revealing it only after its two eight. If they know, the Muller probe is deeply flawed borderline sham of an investigation, which is what we were saying all along. They will wait until it is ended, and until the damage is done to bring that fact forward, we're GonNa talk about other examples of that they will bar people who have expertise and decades of experience covering these topics during the two thousand sixteen election David Johnston who had. Coverage, trump probably more than anybody else in the media I'm except possibly Wayne Barrett who also went through the same thing thing they knew about his financial crimes they knew about his mafia ties, they were essentially unable to get works published they would get keeble media appearances, canceled I also had this happened to me because I was talking about authoritarianism and the threat of authoritarianism and club talk recy-, we Tim Snyder on our show a few weeks ago talking about how suddenly the New York Times would not publish anything he wrote about. Authoritarianism? If it related to trump even though he's the leading expert on this topic, and so there is a darker agenda here and the thing that I just wonder about is, why are you participating in this? Because again, there is a choice you could do what we're doing. You could do what Tim Snyder, David Johnston are. These other good journalists are doing, and you know one thing I. should add that it's more productive to raise people up who are doing a good job into endlessly talk about those we're doing badge this good Germans episode. A gasoline engine special because we feel like names need to be named but also I wanna get into the psychology of this like I I just don't understand what is the appeal we know that they are uplifting white supremacists. We know that they are legitimizing a Mafia state and we know that these activities are bringing about the decline and probable collapse of the American republic. So what's in it for them? What's in it for them the long run? That's what I wonder. Abou is the psychology of that choice because with trump it's very obvious. He's evil. He's a psychopath he's greedy. He wants money he wants power. He wants immunity from prosecution after being a career criminal laws like this isn't complicated the rest of them. When you're handed that you're handed this light, you're born into wealth and privilege, and this is the avenue they you are choosing and again it's not everyone you brought up Ronan Farrow. WHO also is foreign in wealth and privilege and chose a different avenue chose immoral avenue but I just I don't understand it like there's just such a depth of heartlessness to it that the bad explanation of readings ingred isn't even the worst of what they are willing to do and what they are willing to bet because with corona virus, they are willing to abet mass death in the absolutely know it and they are fine with it in. That is why they are the Germans. Yeah. Well, it's just simple power when you're on the side of power that makes that protects your own power and it's access journalism, it's not just profiteering in real time, but it's access they're protecting their access to all these stories if they were to come out and blow the lid on the molar investigation being a sham as it was going on, there could have been a big dust up for that could have. Hurt. Some other stories are working on, but they simply didn't WanNa. Rock the boat that's the problem they do not WanNa rock the boat they WANNA THEY WANNA continue. Clinging onto this sheen of respectability and being this big establishment force that they are the newspaper of record when really they're just the newspaper of abuse of power again and again, right the up. So access journalism is extraordinarily dangerous and innocent lives most vulnerable are always. The ones who are at the greatest risk and I made a film about this Mr Jones is a cautionary tale or horrific nightmare about the very real dangers of access journalism. It's the same forces playing out today. He up and from there I'M GONNA. Make sure we get through these topics will have a long to a favorite topic of the new. York Times, which is military violence which they are for. This is why they solicit op-eds from people like Tom Cotton who encourage the military to fire on American civilians. So the military, not all of them but the leadership in many ways have been good Germans. For Donald Trump. You may remember the mantra of generals will save us in the praise for Madison McMaster and Kelly as the adults in the room there were never adults in the room there were only accomplices. This premise was idiot just start with all of these men had track records of inhumanity. Now, the Atlantic has published a new article that is supposed to be controversial even.
"german" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Four seconds it. took. ME. Four hundred sixteen broad men ended up being the game winner. Lebron. James Is Still Lebron James. The NBA is back with an eight game season and then a regular playoffs full on regular playoffs. None of the weird stuff, Major League Baseball's doing with adding teams and. Four th guy in the outfield and all the different stuff thrown in the preseason scrimmages. Lebron had some grey and his beard I was disappointed to see that he died that out for the regular season. I think that'd be a cool look I, I. Yeah. Just go full. GREYBEARD. Couple of your headlines nine look. Eh, the NBA is dead to me. By the way, I'd like to stand up for people are so disgusted by how political it's become won't watch anymore I'm with you. The cares act that six hundred dollars per week that people were getting who are out of work that expires today for millions of Americans. The Senate adjourned for the week without reaching consensus on the next stimulus bill. So we'll see where that goes, and of course, the media is blaming the Republicans for not having their plan ready. Of course, they do have a plan. Plan. Ready. But it is so wildly different from the Democrats. There's practically no room to compromise at least for a while until they Here's what happens. They'll not do anything until Americans get madder and madder and Madder, and both parties will keep an eye on the media and the polls to figure out who's getting blamed and team that's getting blamed will suddenly find. Motivation to negotiate. So that's how it works. Exactly. So you get screwed in the meantime friends saw with quarterly earnings coming out this week. There was a lot of bad news for a lot of companies not these Amazon and apple boast both posted strong earnings yesterday sending shares up the iphone company apple declared a stock split. So I understand why Amazon did so well, why was apple up during the covid I could see needing new IPAD or something people working from home. They upgraded their home situation I'll bet that's what it is. Yeah. Just more the home entertainment all the way around. Yeah, and Dr Housemaid. They're streaming thing right about a bunch of people subscribe. Yeah. and. I can't remember if we hit this yesterday, one more techno. Yeah. Got This. Great note from Ma. Won't you say anonymous guys I'm surprised. You didn't connect the dots between Zuckerberg's courageous China answer yesterday who owned because at the big tech hearing the. Two of the high-tech cowards refused to say China steals technology from American companies, Zuckerberg said, it's well documented that they do and then Bazo set really not for me. But yeah, I've heard that I heard that in the street once. Anyway. So that's the context of this note I'm surprised didn't connect the DOTS behind Zuckerberg's courageous channel. Yesterday who owns Instagram facebook, which platform knocked instagram Prom Queen pedestal tick tock who owns tiktok wait for it China China and at in the fact that facebook is almost entirely blocked China and Zuckerberg's answer was no less self serving the other three guys well. Listen I'm going to sound. Does that make sense to you? Yeah at least. It makes some sense. So I I was pretty thing before the hearings even started that. Is trying to position himself as the Americans answer to China Tech, creep, and The the hearing didn't make me change that hypothesis at all I I would say this anonymous I would prefer that people do the right thing for the right reasons. But if I can get them to do the right thing for the wrong reasons, I'll take it. That reminds me I. came across this Tech Wise Day. This gets to the the hearing. We were just talking about where the Democrats in particular. Were worried about the companies are too big and too powerful and does the government need to step in to slow down and a lot of conservatives and Libertarians hate that idea you know competition slows down, you know somebody comes along does a better and somebody put this information out? Yes. To make that point some headlines through the years. In March, of Nineteen, Ninety eight in the evening included the headlines from the various publications. March one. Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety eight this headline. How Yahoo One, the search wars. Yeah. Who got in early established themselves as you know, the Kleenex of searches. Google was founded that same year by the way. NEVER HEARD OF A. Similar thing with February two thousand four facebook was founded in two, thousand seven. So facebook was just getting off the ground. There was a headline in the Guardian. We'll my space ever lose its monopoly. Clearly? No. These are pretty good points to make in this whole there. So giant something needs to be done there too powerful. I do think you need to keep an eye out for illegal predatory practices, but I'm not afraid of the apple far from a monopoly, I? Think Amazon's the closest to it. They're capable of pulling off. I saw I, read an article, the other day about how they They get to keep the data I. Don't know if they steal it, just get it. You Click a box job job. but anyway, they use the data on products. And they learn stuff about that product that the people that make that product don't know, and then they then Amazon creates a a one that's going to beat it. Remember saying what I'm saying like I, I have a a shoe. Yes. That's bad. Jackson. Cashew I have a shoe. I'm selling it on Amazon. They're getting all the data. WHO's buying shoes why Ryan the shoes would appeal and everything like that, and they come up with something specifically you know. Aimed at that person, they know precisely how to market? Yeah. They know exactly what that person's looking for in a way that the company that made it originally doesn't even know I. Wish I was third that smart house at different from grocery stores that have their own like cheaper brand of nocco quote, unquote knockoff fruit loops, or whatever I don't know that feels like the same thing to me, the grocery store knows what products are moving their shelf. They say, Hey, looks like our customers in this neighborhood like this, we're GonNa put our version of this on the shelf. Display it. Right next to the regular loops. Yeah knock off fruit loops oftentimes stuff tastes very. Fine for exactly perfectly for this life short by the real food. I grew up on knockoff fruit loops. and. It's foam the there, I don't know enough really to speak with any authority on this but. Really Smart competitive practice kind of slides in a monopolistic practice in gray gray area. You know if you're if you're preventing other people actively preventing other people from being able to sell, that's a different thing than outsmarting them and the weird thing about Amazon. It is at once A. A wholesaler ender retailer and manufacturer, and so it would take somebody much more astute in acquainted with the law than me to figure out at what point they become monopolistic. But yeah, they scare me a little bit although they're they're pissing people off they are and. I keep keep reminding myself. Don't go to Amazon figure out another way. Our family, we definitely do because Amazon failed enough times during the pandemic and their articles out there saying, that's true for a lot of people that have. Now, you know they check targets what we can do it for me online at target or Walmart or whatever. They often have the product at a better price. I can get it faster. So going to Amazon I as well. It's not always the smart thing to do. Yeah. one more these that I thought was pretty good. In November of two, thousand, seven, the IPHONE had just been released in hadn't. Quite caught on, yet November of two, thousand, seven, Forbes article, Nokia one billion customers can anyone catch the cell phone king right Nokia in two, thousand seven, you know who even remembered? Nokia. Had A phone since iphone game out. So that's how quickly things can change if you have know real competition out there I. thought that was really interesting. Yeah. Last I checked. Checked Samsung was the biggest in the.
"german" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly
"See who's right and who's wrong you provide a need segue actually to one of the other reasons. Why in kind of practical practical terms? We might think about a bull case if you like because turning to a second item for the day we're going to have a big investor day. Ah Unicredit next week. Which I'm sure next week's podcast will reflect on but a lot of eyes are on unicredit because of the symbolism around what they decide on a potential share buyback and what that could unleash in terms of other buybacks across the sector an David? You've got your eyes on this quite closely. What chances do you think There'a era of that and then of snowballing effect while Giampiero the C- Unique credit has not been shy about signaling. The fact that he wants to back he was out on the third quarter investor. Call saying so. I think given all of the public pronouncements it would be very difficult for him now if he didn't signal signal some sort of at least pathway towards that buyback when he unveils this big strategic plan next week and MONTELENA. It's pretty broadly significant ignificant as well not just for at least big bang. But the sector's the whole. Yes I have to say. I agree with David from the perspective of probabilities but to me. The real significance off off a large liquid euro-zone bank like Unicredito being able to buy back shares is the final approval on the regulatory Tori side. That would signal the end to the kind of balance-sheets Cleanup balance-sheet rehabilitation. So that's important to me and I think that as is a signal to those sectors observers it's going to be positive because really the banks as we speak yield about six percent from the perspective of dividend fields but share buybacks provide this additional impact from the perspective off earnings per share and better returns. And I do believe that if we get the approval approval in Unicredit case a few more large European banks could follow. Yes a matt. Intern could be a significant rerating. Impetus I guess I e the market could stop believing in banks going forward. We could get a jump in Jabra's I I believe that is very interesting. Let's take our third perspective.
"german" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno
"Hello and welcome to my dad wrote a porno the footnotes now James You have a little treat for as this week is that true yes now yeah about language not the English language because he's northland in that but he does seem to be trying his hand languages of the world so I mean we did it the seasons go we learnt Dutch so I thought well we didn't learn we we tried to my Amsterdam Alice we are absolutely fluid so what I thought we could do is I'm going to read you some sexy German phrase this I'd like you to repeat them and then try and guess what they mean to each other or do we wherever you want to that's fine an artist at the end who I think has done best okay the best linguists or linguist exactly annual flu things it's entirely cordless okay I won this is more a flirty I eighty romantic phrases. Okay okay really not good at this okay how do I in fact Cleo in Kouzmouk okay I'll say it again repeat after me how unfussy Klapka on Kouzmouk height hunker clapper and kids meet bad how'd I closed the clapper unqoute smooth awful I'm Klaus macvicar a German Scottish chaper any guesses as to what that means yes your eyes are so beautiful no stop you the stuff you've got the clap rapper yeah I can't be on a date with you know internationally is the clapper's Clemencia I think clapper is mouth because it means just shut up and kiss me I was just Kinda but it's actually quite shut up shut up and kiss me the movement that says Jones's first date yet neimand is perfect arbor dubious perfect for meek knee in his district exhibit perfect for me Neiman this perfect nougarede perfect Jesus Christ nobody's perfect but your perfect for me I listen I five he's joking what were you gonna go up baby cakes on it's such a terrible time if up against me in a quiz Beta okay one more okay esser nicked extra for nicked eked nicked and deras and Dick Through Duncan let's break that down esser nicked is second is second Nicht explore for Nick Nick EEK to mix and Darris each Nixon Bandera undid Duncan I do not so so what do we think it gets a neak Ecus a nick I if something nicht I I not I don't know I'm it's not for not me I don't eat I don't eat I do because they nicked I don't I think about it s and nick is I don't eat I don't eat Deepali your but for your no I don't eat so the next one is Shleifer neak to do eat foul slather it and then I'll eater don't sleep don't don't don't sleep I just fuck your brains out I know I know I can't sleep economy because you're just my thoughts yes I do nothing but think of you own my God can we just put some kind of disclaimer on this so that we he's all of Germany says okay we're GONNA go bit Ruder Fiqh Mic Schmila picking me fuck me slowly nearly fuck me harder buckby again me silly faster I'll give me that as pretty close slice isn't it surely fictional thick MIC Schmila for big mix mixed me Schnell sounds like one smart feller he felt smart. Did you ever do that what was that twist Tribus ABC's Fart smeller don't Larry but later saying fuck me then notch flex doc Dan Notch fled the clitoris at the Novi fletch not that'd be flashed Nabi fletch please stop saying nobody's Danu flack the nurse flick you're making friends Szott martyr like harsher denude lick the new flick yes the news black always about she doc didn't use as might be wrong but I think it's I think it's maybe like a come patton you know that's that's really rookie cup like every snowflake is unique as something about the uniqueness of flack flack of nut jobs is obviously V Lina not obviously obviously coke just power of deduction here well I'll tell you what it is and then you can see if you can figure out where it's okay Love Bite Oh so maybe flashlight oh like a neck a mind for lack.
"german" Discussed on Swiss and Chips
"Some TV programs up just well or threat. Also a television local television from Tele Ben or tell it. Their race big actual dialect, so it's quite boring, but. Can I say, I mean it's like oh news? Yes. Local news, and they obviously, don't have any money to produce anything, exciting, I would say, but they, it's, it's quite interesting. I think also if you live there to, to, to hear about what's going on where you live exhaust, quite cool. Yeah. But don't expect like a BBC Switzerland or something. But yeah, that's you can definitely watch. I think. And do you have any other ideas, thinking, actually good idea would be to get a Swiss German, speaking tandem where you got? Well, I think you could look in Facebook groups, for example, and ask to someone want to give me with German for my whatever your mother tongue is because then if you're talking to people at work, or people on the street you don't even if a chance to ask them, can you say that, again, if you speak into someone that, you know, or it's the kind of setup situation to learn the language you can get into say it's more slowly or say something twice. I think that would be quite helpful that true. Yeah. So they go mytalk tip grades with all the tips, and we end the show with one Swiss sentence, you can say. He said. No, no, no. What did you give us a useful Swiss German phrase? Well, first before we ended I just want to tell if you want to find the tandem, or if you have questions about Swiss German, join our Facebook group, it's called Switzerland for English speakers. And I'm part of the group. So if I see your question I tried to answer it therapy great. And if you have a super exciting ton them, I mean, you speak like ten languages and you want to learn Swiss German, I'm sure you find also a tandem in our group or other groups, just give it a try. And so what's the sentence we should end? I can't to notice this German. Oh, hang on. I've got a good phrase actually, which is. Goma is Scott Zia. That's just a very random phrase. But it's a drink. Yes, I meant more something might thanks for listening. It's for the English speakers listening to the show, they'll need to know that phrase. Okay. Yeah. No, it's a Hodge. It's good leads ended with them. Let's go and have a drink. Go Mideast could see in..
"german" Discussed on Swiss and Chips
"Swiss, chips my name and my name is Gerry. How're you? Today. We talk about lemmings Swiss German on a course. Exactly. So if you listen to our last episode, we were talking about what it's like to move to Switzerland if you don't understand Swiss German, and a bit about your first experiences and so on. Exactly. And one of the things I've done after living here for nine years is sign up for a Swiss German course you're basically your way was working somewhere where people speak English, and then someone deciding I want to learn better Swiss German, but via. Hi German, basically, so you made lots of German classes, you took lots of German classes. I did. And you did your see one exactly in German. Yeah. In men, and now he decided to. To try to learn a bit better Swiss German, play is that, right? And then you signed up for class signed up for a course at the beginning of the year, and we're recording this now in may. So I guess if been going for no, I signed up at the beginning of thea but started in about much time. Yeah. Yeah. It's true. Yeah. So I've been going for a few months. I thought you say now it's like two thousand nineteen.
"german" Discussed on FT News
"I it was liter. And the thing is they used a technical loophole in tex- collecting system, which enabled them to basically get a second certificate from second thing that takes us paid which they then could use to get a tax refund. But if you look at the kind of spirit of the law, and how it was meant to be working. It was clearly. Against this threat of the law because eventually people claimed a tax refund for Tex. They didn't pay David why is this happening in Germany in particular? So unlike some other countries miss German companies pay one dividend year and pay ratio ratios quite high. And so if you think about this from the sort of fruits, his point of view, you have the option of setting up four trades a year courtly trades, not very high dividend and phone not very high tax refunds or you have the option of one Big Apple if you like that you can go fall once a year, and it looks like that's why Germany and some of the other countries that were caught up in. This was search tractive to the people were concocting we's what other banks have been involved. So most of the banks that have come out and said that they are involved are indeed foreign banks. We've had mcquarry saying expects. Sinew manages to be interviewed as part of the investigation, Santan, there has been caught up into an is because the German authorities party closed this loophole in two thousand and seven and made it very difficult for the German banks to facilitate this. However, they did not ply the same rules to foreign custodian banks and therefore want to carry on doing this a creative traits, and we say you had to go and get a Bank outside the country. Christopher any other jurisdictions where this occurred. Yes, it certainly looks as if that's the case. So the German federal parliament had set up a special investigation committee to look at this issue, and it has noted similar loopholes exist in Belgium, France, Italy, the Netherlands Spain Switzerland, and there's been some recent reports suggesting that the tax authorities in Denmark have also lost substantial revenues perhaps as much as two billion euros Seven table. years. I mean, do you have any sense of how much money is involved in title well in Germany alone? The some estimates that suggest the tax revenue loss may have been as much as seven point two billion euros for the years between two thousand and five and two thousand nine eleven so really substantial amounts of money. Katie Nahshon, speaking to Chris ledge and David Cray. We'll be back with another new speeches Moray..
"german" Discussed on Haunted Places
"There are no definitive records containing the name of the German family that owned the coffee plantation of Pulau Ubin, according to research that plot of land on the island used to belong to two Germans at one time Daniel Brandt and Herrmann Moonen gone, but the identity of the German girl was never recovered. The legend says that on the fourth of August nineteen fourteen the United Kingdom declared war on the German empire and the Royal colonies began seizing German businesses and properties when the British military rounded up German plantation owner his daughter escaped into the woods a few days later, her body was discovered at the bottom of the Corey after the war the German plantation owner was released from the British detention centers. He came back to the island to recover his daughter's body, but he was unable to locate her tombstone, the German left Singapore. Four and never returned. After the boy knees buried frog Lula they continue to visit her grave offering prayers every specked eventually their grief dwindled and the grave might have been forgotten entirely in time, but something strange began to happen one islander stopped at the grave on his way home after a long day of fishing and offered a prayer. He asked for a fortunate catch afterwards has he was gutting. One of his fish in the kitchen something unexpected tumbled out of the fish's belly. Eyes wide with surprise the islander held up a lump of gold the size of his thumb. The next day. He told everyone how the spirit of the dead girl had rewarded his prayers. Most skeptical fishermen were known for their tall tales. But the next week a young woman stopped by the crave and kneeled before it she'd been born with a crooked leg than the active kneeling caused her. Great pain, but she gritted her teeth and prayed with all her might that the spirit of the German girl might heal her a fresh pain shot down the woman's leg. The muscles throbbed twitched, and she could hear the slick grinding of her bone twisting and its socket. Then it was all over the young girls stood up on to healthy legs and walked home without a limp later. She told her mother that she could feel delicate fingers beneath her flesh, pulling at her crooked bones. Her mother who had been one of the people who originally buried the German curl thought of how the deceased limbs had been so broken and twisted by her fall unable to fix yourself. Frau Gula had learned how to heal others from beyond the pale. The mother gathered up several other islanders and together. They dug up Frau gulags remains and place them in an earn. They made sure to seal the silver crucifix inside. They took the earn to the nearest temple. So that more people might benefit from the spirit's power, and frog Gula would not disappoint until she was betrayed in nine. Thousand nine hundred seventy four. When the I qua Corey company came to Pulau Ubin to take over the islands granite Corey. They realized they'd have to move the German girls temple or else risk. Having are once again fall to her destruction. The islanders were not happy. But decided they'd rather have the temple moved than risk upsetting. The powerful spirit. Until an islander received a terrible omen. Tam awoke in the middle of the night to as my fav- shaking and shrieking next to him her eyes rolled back to the whites and she wasn't shouting in malay-, but German. Terrified Tam shuker in a futile effort to wake up, but she continued screaming her flesh crawl and wiggled beneath his hands when he turned on the lights. He saw thousands of throbbing lumps on her body as if our blood was trying to push through her skin nausea washed over Tam as he realized that something was burrowing inside of her face..
"german" Discussed on FT Alphachat
"Jimmy has indeed very low private investment and that's a puzzle to some and they to portent factors to mention one is the fact that there's relatively few private investment jimmy doesn't mean that german companies are not investing a lot but if you look at the export sectors industrial sectors they're investing a lot but investing primarily outside of jimmy and less and less within germany now from the perspective of individual companies that may not be a problem that just diversifying globally but if you look at the perspective of german society and the german economy that is a problem because a lot of good jobs moving abroad and the risk or the war that you know this trend continues and more and more good jobs believe jimmy now the second important point to look at is what are the conditions for investment for companies and if you look at the business conditions they actually not that good in germany by been heading an expert committee independent ex committee on investment for the german government over the last four years and we basically found a number of impediment to private investment you have often very high regulatory barriers if you need permission to to build a new factory do something you need need to spend a lot of money and time to get that permission there is also regulatory and certainty fences consoling germany's energy transition so germany has committed to moving to renewable energy so there is quite high tech surcharge on energie now companies that have a high energy intensity or produced with high energy intensity they exempted from the tax but for the time being to they know whether they still have that exemption in three or five or ten or twenty years time but it's a quick example regulatory and certainty where number of sectors number of companies have said this to uncertain that is too risky to for us be rather moving to the us energy costs down usually low you other problems in the gym labor market in increase.
"german" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Guy and they're holding back the canine yeah canine wants to jump and horse well the canine i was trained to see that you know if his handler or other cops are fighting to get in there and help out right you know what i mean and i'll tell you there's nothing scarier than a cop of the dog i'm sorry man i love german shepherds love them but that's at seems to be what they're using a lot of um but if you ever seen a german shepherd go after something all of their incredible holy crap credible yeah you have haven't german shoves do that other protection trained like that amount and war trained a just phenomenal to see them i've a buddy mine is a dog trainer in years ago i had a dog and i'm so i'll bring a add to this little class with him and my dog puppy couple months old whatever and he had five german shepherds and he would do this training session in his big garage and he would always have his german shepherds in the garage no leash on them did they're just they're they're all laying on their own beds like spread out throughout the garage and he said watch this is ski he only did it because those his friend what's this this is kinda funny any cave he gave some of the term in in german because we're all train in german which it's crazy and all five of the his dog's got out of their beds instantly sprinted over to my dog surrounded the in was like barking viciously at it well in in my dogs his kara like oh crap in it in a while and then he gave one word and they all backed off walked away and they said they wouldn't have done anything unless that dog fought back he said manu your dog wasn't a new any of the i wouldn't try to test that though you nuts thanks are trying to hit my dog ripped apart once again i i you see it and i'm sorry i know that it's it's technically quote unquote disrespectful to two not a listen to what a cop saying but.
"german" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"This is the cdc complete range of programmes to bbc world service dot com slash costs welcome to the latest global news recorded at thirteen hours gmt on friday the thirty th of june of amelia some bitter with the selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up the german parliament has voted to legalize samesex marriage this gay legislature is from the christian democratic party in my party it was also a little bit difficult discussions because a lot of our colleagues are close to church because all the churches in germany day our fighting for the mariage only for heterosexual couples also in the podcast first people to face criminal charges in connection with the fukushima nuclear disaster japan six years ago have gone on trial the united nations says that with islamic state losing its grip on the iraqi city of mosul those suspected of sympathizing with the group are being threatened with forcible expulsion the colon night lattice which show up in private houses our distributed neighborhoods and essentially they are warning than that in less they leave the area by a certain date they will be forcibly evicted and simone veil who survived the holocaust to become one of the most prominent french politicians of her time has died at the age of eighty nine but first the german parliament has voted to legalize samesex marriage the bill will grant gay and lesbian couples full member to rights including child adoption it had been backed by most of germany's political parties although it was opposed by conservative allies of chancellor angela merkel she changed her mind to allow a free vote the result was greeted by applause when it was announced by the president of the parliament norbert lammert.