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Fresh update on "germany" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

00:38 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "germany" discussed on ESPN FC

"Am I going to feel sorry if Germany had knocked out? Are you getting that shark gap Italian German shirt that we're getting human made? No. No, but you know the reality is if Japan Costa Rica earlier in the day. Which will happen. Which is entirely entirely feasible. If fella means right, if Germany lose to Spain, they're out of the World Cup. After two games. Now, I don't believe that can happen. It doesn't happen in my universe, the one composed of three dimensions. I can't think and I can't conceive of something like that. Germany out of the World Cup after a 180 minutes. So I think they just don't beat them right. If Japan win, then Germany would be if they don't beat Spain in the last game. So it would have to be. Even if it's a draw, right? Yeah? Yeah, no, they have to win. Yeah. So I can conceive that. You think that Germany is winning this game? I've got to tell you another reason why. And look, I'll tell you for a while. I'm a huge fan of Luis Enrique. One of the people I admire emotion football Franco baldini said, Luis Enrique is the man that every everybody would want to be if they were a man. But don't have the courage to say that they want to be the exhibit. I mean, the man is a genius. It's so cool. I want to be. However. But go ahead. No, we didn't have for the calling for it. Anyway, I agree with your point. It's fantastic. Go ahead. That said, and we love how speed play and free flowing and whatever and Gabby's a genius. But man, think back to the Euros, how many of those games in the Euros did they actually stuff the opposition? I would say the Italy game, no doubt, and they probably deserve to be Italy, although we know how that one turned out. But so many of these other games. And I think I don't know if he's trying to be too clever or whatever. I go back to the lineup that he puts out. Like, you don't have to play old busquets in midfield. You don't have to play. I mean, it's possible that you see something that nobody else does. And that's fine. But, you know, you have all this really quick, though, can't get a game for Chelsea. You know, you have, you have Jordi Alba, and his way out a Barcelona is this. He doesn't care guy. He doesn't care what any player any special guy does for their club. Until Bush kids can even walk my Friends. It's going to happen. I love it when you do stuff that's counterintuitive. And so on. And you're a genius, as long as you get it right. And my only thing is with him and we saw this at the Euros as well, there were so many games and look, it looks so clever and whatever, and then this one can't finish, and that one falls over. And then it comes down to when you need penalty kicks against Switzerland or even in the group stage when they kept dropping points. Now, Germany can punish that. They just need to pretend they're buying in their heads and that it's Barcelona that they're playing in their heads and things might be okay. Yeah, and then maybe they go and win 8 two or whatever the scoreline was. You know, like Germany are not I'm just thinking of the physical mismatches, right? Because he's like, oh look, I'm clever. Yeah, fine. And then, you know, what if he does something crazy like start Eric Garcia and then sue the columns in time. There's so many things that can go wrong for Spain. And the only thing that I'll just echo gap here K is a support gaps argument is that that Costa Rica game was very deceiving. We pretty much learned of nothing aside from the fact that Spain obviously loves to keep people. But also to say, though, Gabe, you're saying how many teams did they ever blow out against in the Euros? But what did they still manage to do? That's the other way of looking at it as well. They still managed to get to where they did. When nobody expected them to, they just seem to have so what do you have K in this game? I don't know. You're going to get so God thinks it's a Germany win. Yes? Well, it well. It has to be, right? I don't know. I know. I know it has to be, but is that what you predict? A Germany win. Silence. Now what do you have to draw? I've got Spain and Germany going through. I think Spain are going to win this game. Yeah, I think so too. Well, then Germany aren't going through. They didn't expect it to go this way in the opening. Yeah, which, again, well, it's going to be interesting. That's for sure. We'll see who's right, because we definitely weren't right with our predictions on this Argentina Mexico game. Were we? Canada are in action again. They might be the darling so far of the group stages it has to be said, but we'll be back tomorrow after the Belgian Morocco game and then after the big one, Spain against Germany. So thanks so much for being with us on ESPN FC daily. We'll see you again tomorrow. We'll find out who's right as well. Spain, Germany.

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UN rights body deplores Iran crackdown, establishes probe

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 2 d ago

UN rights body deplores Iran crackdown, establishes probe

"The UN Human Rights Council has voted to condemn the bloody crackdown on protests in Iran and to set up an investigation into the alleged abuses. The resolution put forward by both Germany and Iceland was backed by 25 nations, Germany's foreign minister and Elena said regime that uses this power to violate the rights of its own people is violating the values of our United Nations. The protests were triggered by the death more than two months ago of 22 year old Mars amini, while in the custody of the morality police for violating a strictly enforced Islamic dress code, Iran's representative at the meeting, Karim, said her death was being investigated by Iranian authorities before the west started to meddle into Iran's internal affairs. Before the formal announcement of the probe analysis, the biased and hasty reaction are the number of western authorities and their interventions in internal affairs of Iran turned the peaceful assemblies into riots and violence. I'm Karen Chammas

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Fresh update on "germany" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

00:57 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "germany" discussed on ESPN FC

"All new Honda CR-V hybrid as we focus on what's tomorrow Sunday. Yes, that's something that he's game. Spain taking on Germany, of course, the eye catching tie, the final one of the four as well about January of your talk with us to give us a German taste going into this game. Who's got the blame Yan mostly after that defeat against Japan. Wow, in Germany, Dan, everything is going on now is the attackers against the defenders. It's the buy on block against the Dortmund block. It's the media against the team. No, hansie flick is too nice again. He took goretzka in to please him because of gingerbread started. It's all going on now. They are even discussing image. Why does he only play the long ball? Remember kimmage? He was the answer to all prayers of all German fans. It's panic in Germany now. They've already started to analyze what's going to happen on Monday when they are out of the World Cup. That beer Hoff got a goal, flick got to go, Miller will resign. So it's panicking. Germany is so panicking. You can't believe it. And I'm worried for the Germans that when they've done their analyze this after the game, it's all about that old well we could have scored three or four. I've been in different teams when you had managers when you lost three zero. They would say, yeah, but we had four chances. So we should have another striker, then we would win four three. I think the Germans are there at the moment. The fact is they are unbelievable useless in the back. One long ball to slot the back and Japan scores. Why is she not a big play? Or because all Germans want a young defender. That is all on the right back. Oh my God. It's not possible to have a right back like ceiling, is it? And rudiger running around with his funny dance moves and laughing around at one zero, but the football God, he never forgets. And the Germans should watch out because Spain could knock them out of the World Cup. And I think this World Cup is all about passion Dan. It's all about passion, the team that shows passion, except Canada. They had passing his Belgium and didn't get their reward, but the most of the teams have shown passion will go through. That is bad news for Germany because they were running around like people on sleeping pills in that first game. Let's take a look then at everybody's prediction. Frank, you're the only one going for Germany.

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EU nations work on rift over gas price cap as cold sets in

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 d ago

EU nations work on rift over gas price cap as cold sets in

"European Union and energy ministers have met at an emergency meeting on gas prices as winter approaches EU nations have not been able to agree on the question of gas prices, which are expected to skyrocket the soaring prices are a result of Russia's war in Ukraine with Moscow slashing gas supplies to all the European nations critical of Russia's actions. The meeting was focused on trying to break a deadlock between countries like Greece, Spain and France who want to cap on prices to ease household bills, and those like Germany and Netherlands that are insisting a price cap could cut supplies. Estonia's minister of economic affairs Leonard believes the price cap is necessary, but it is a tricky balance. I understand that we have kind of a long way and it is a real proposal on the table, but still the security of supply is paramount if the price is too high, we can compensate. We need to compensate. But we can not threaten the security of supply. I'm Karen Chammas

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Fresh update on "germany" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:19 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "germany" discussed on ESPN FC

"Downs or little man badge and stuff. You want to make a bet, he may be from Guadalajara. Do you want to make a bet in the last 12 months? He's been to as many Guadalajara or chief as games as I have, which is zero. Do you want to make a bet? Yeah. No, I'm with you. I agree. I'm giving him points on Mexico, okay? What do you think? And do you know what? Gad brings up a great point even though it feels like he is kind of against it. It is a good point in that the World Cup you just see different things and I did see a viral video as well of a Saudi Arabian fan taking off his shirt and he had the Poland shirt on underneath and he was clearly a huge leather dove Steve fan. It is so many of these funds also will be following different teams domestically. They probably do have an idol of a player in another one. They may even be going, they may have got tickets for the route that that team could go on if they get through. I don't mind it too much, you know? Yeah, it got said it perfectly in another episode. People that go to the World Cup. I'm not actually football fans. They're like, they're not, though, not the majority of it. I mean, excluding my Peruvian brethren, like when we made it to Russian 2018, I guarantee you every single one of them. But overall, generally speaking, you know, they're not really there. They're there for the experience and everything. I mean, come on. I'm giving you points of massacre on the mustache. That's it. Before you say what you're going to say, there's a comment in the chat asking if gab would wear an Italy Germany 50 50 shot. No, why? I knew one of the answers going. The World Cup fans. And that's fine. I'm not going to not everybody. I mean, depending on location, I'll tell you what. You mentioned the Saudis there, right? Saudi Arabia is the one that you can drive to Doha from. And in fact, if you have a match decade, there's no Visa. I think there might not be decent. I think so many Saudis here. And I would say those guys are legit, you know, maybe they support whatever I'll NASA or whatever domestically. And I've seen people just make the drive. They just want to be in Doha. While Saudi Arabia is pregnant, I should take it to the game or whatever. But in general, these guys who come from far away, it's a slightly different breed. If on top of that, they start wearing the funny costumes. Again, not my dad. It's like, look, it's like, remember a few years ago. You were an actor. I mean, you know what I'm talking about. Kay, I'm about to mention somebody who was English. Remember they made that movie about was it the guy who's king of England, but he started and he had to learn how to go and control his speech and stuff like that. Colin Firth shares my birthday. Queen Elizabeth's father. Exactly, right? So I have a friend who said, like, oh, you need to watch it. You like film. This is so good. I thought, this is all my least favorite things in it. Why would I ever want to watch this film, right? Calling first, most women in my life as a crush on, it makes me feel insecure. A guy with a speech impediment, the royal family, a bunch of posh people talking why would I ever want to watch this? And I feel a little bit like this. It's great, enjoy. I'm sure it's high quality. It's just not for me. So you're not a fan of The Crown I take it. No, that's different. This is ESPN FC daily World Cup podcast. With a Germany shirt. Yeah. Why? Can I say something? It is a sign of major malfunction. If you wear a Germany shirt and you're not German or you don't have specific ties with Germany, I'm sorry, it is a bit of a sign that there's something not quite some sort of chemical imbalance of some kind, right? It's just not great. Okay, I'm sending Gavin German shirt. I'm going to have to put a gab on a Zoom to my kids because they were born in America. They've got an Italian dead in an English mom. And I'll be in well for England in Italy. They've got some decisions to make in four years time. I'm sorry. Look, look, if you're Italian, the kids are tight in English. Do you want to wear England shirts? Do you want to be England fans? That's fine. The Italian side of your family is not going to see that as a threat. Because let's face it. It's right? But when we talk Germany, this is a pretty major thing. Max respect and if you want to send me Germany shirt, that's fine. I have tons of German Friends. I also have friends who are masochists and enjoy that kind of stuff. You know, I'm sure we can put it to very good use. All right, we did Jules will wear the shirts. Anyway. He has a million. He has a minute. Let's go with predictions came Ari. All right, predictions. Okay, I'll give you one. I'm going to say there's going to be goals in this one. Four two to Argentina. Wow. For two, I like it. What I've already said it's two one. Gamma COTI, what do you think? I like it. I like it. I can see a lot of goals too. I'm going to go three, two to Argentina. Oh, so everybody here has Argentina interesting. Okay. Well, that will do it for this one. We'll be back right after that game between. Argentina and Mexico are messy co depending on who is watching. Make sure you join us straight after the game. See you there.

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Berlin Court Orders Rerun of 'Chaotic' 2021 State Election

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:10 min | Last week

Berlin Court Orders Rerun of 'Chaotic' 2021 State Election

"Debbie spotted this from ABC News. Just yesterday, Berlin court orders rerun of chaotic 2021 state election. This is very interesting. This is an election from last year, 2021. It was held in the German capital, in fact, it turns out it was multiple elections were going on at the same time. A state election, which means this is the state of Berlin, Berlin, by the way, is the capital of Germany, and it is a city, but it's also a state, so that in the state of Berlin, there was state elections. There was also an election for the city's 12 district assemblies, the German national election was going on at the same time, and then there was a local referendum that was also on the ballot. So Germans in Berlin were voting on all these different things. Well, as it turns out, there was and this sort of reminds me a little bit now Maricopa County, although maybe it was even worse. Huge lines at polling stations, some polling stations ran out of ballot paper during the day, other polling stations produced ballot paper, but it was for the wrong district. So there was the wrong information on the ballot, not applicable to what the voters were voting for. And a huge number of ballots were invalidated because they were for the wrong ballot or the wrong place or the wrong cause. And also the election was supposed to end at 6 p.m., but it turns out that voters who were in line were allowed to vote long after 6 p.m., but results of the election were already being called and people exit polls were being revealed and how people voted and people were being declared winners and losers, and lots of people were still in line and hadn't voted at all, so their votes weren't even counted and presumably if you hear an election's been calling about your in line, you're going to think, well, what's the point of me staying in line? I may as well go home and eat dinner. And so the German court to its credit looked at all this and go, they go, this was not. The safest and most secure election in German history,

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Fresh update on "germany" discussed on C.G.Jung Helpdesk

C.G.Jung Helpdesk

00:54 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "germany" discussed on C.G.Jung Helpdesk

"Something and because you're not using it very often, it drops out and it goes into the unconscious and suddenly you want to remember it, but you have a hard time doing it. And this is where Jung says the unconscious hazard and you have to apply a lot of mental energy just to get it out. And this is just a normal function of this happens. You can I just said this recently, you can work many years in a company and meet all the people and have daily interactions with them. As soon as you drop out a couple of years later, you will forget most of the names. Maybe even all of the names. You can remember the faces and if you wait long enough, it's also the faces that you forget. So this is things just going down in the unconscious all by themselves. This is also this use it or lose it idea that you have when you do sports when you do a lot of spots and aren't training, you build up muscle, stamina, and so on. And when you stop the body will immediately start to apply the resources somewhere else where there might be more needed. And this is things just falling into the unconscious and this is the normal process. But then, of course, you can decide for things to be in the unconscious to drop lower and this is a concept called repression. And this is a huge staple of psychoanalysis of Freud as they understanding for Freud was people are repressing the repressing repressing and the problems that people have are because of repression. And here's another difference between Freud and Jung as the fraudulent understanding is always the unconscious is more like the receptacle so things from it push against the ego, the ego is under the influence of the super ego and the superego says those instincts and desires you have are not conforming with society. So try to get rid of them and the ego conforms by spitting it all out into the unconsciousness just a receptacle. And this is a Freudian understanding of repression. You knew of something you were aware of something, you evaluated it and you deemed it not socially acceptable and not right or morally wrong. It doesn't matter and this is why in the unconscious because it was put there. So things can only go into the unconscious by repression. But the jungian understanding is very different as Jung said, this is not right. Things can be rather unconscious from the beginning. He says, at first, everything is unconscious. And only when it rises into consciousness, then something can be done about it. Of course, you can repress something. You know something, if you don't want to figure out something, especially traumatic experience, experiences, things you're afraid of, and so on, they are pushed into the unconscious, you try to forget about them. But at the same way, things just can pass you and you are not aware of them happening when two people experience something they have very different experiences of it, especially when I go with my wife and we walk somewhere, and she will comment on closing or shoes or something like that. It sounds terrible, but the experience is very often. And I don't think about this. So I could have experienced it, but it did not cross my consciousness. So for her, it was very salient. That's the psychological term for it. For me, it was not so much. But what Jung says is interesting in the sense that the psyche reacts to all of this. So all of this comes into the psyche and only when the consciousness can connect to it in some way, then you will be aware of it. So if you're interested in cast, you will more likely notice all the casts of brands as the cars damaged or something else, but all the other stuff people are inside in the car could drop a new unconscious and there it still is and it can come back up and this is something very cool that they can try for yourself. You can try it at home. If you would start recording your dreams one table of Freudian dream analysis and that's been practically confirmed by young is that the psyche will take contents of your day before that you were not really conscious about and present them during the dream. They came into the psyche, were not registered by consciousness for some reason whatsoever. But because you're now dreaming the unconscious tries to form like LEGO blocks, the stream images and experiences, and they had this experience when I started recording dreams because when you start learning about Jung, you really want to start recording your dreams to understand them and for some very good reason I started to dream of a school girl that I met many years ago and I haven't thought about it ten, 15 years. For some reason, one day she stopped popping up and for several days she was there and became way more prominent and I wondered why, why am I thinking about her now? And the following day after several days of these dreams, I drove to work and I always have the same route and I drive my car and I had to stop at a red light and I looked up and I saw a huge advertisement for writing your own book those are some weird company in Germany that every year roughly at the same time they do advertisement that you should write your own book. The depicted there was incredibly similar to the girl back from school and I thought, oh my God. This is the psyche, the unconscious registered this, but I was not aware because I was driving to work I was thinking about something else. But this content, those images were in the unconscious and the dreams they came back up so this is also how things can suddenly be in your psyche as the consciousness is not strong enough and big enough to really reduce to everything that goes in, of course, another form of repressing would be when you know of things, but you think, oh, this is not so important. It's not so important to think about this, for example, when you've done something wrong, and you're saying, oh, maybe it's not so wrong. You had a bad interaction with someone and those guys overreacting or whatever. And this is a discounting taking place, and it's not so important. I want to deal with it. So it will slowly go into the unconscious, really actively repressing it, but rather you try to take awareness out of it so that you forget about it and then conscious everything basically stays the same, it doesn't change. It's very primitive, archaic, simple, and very often disagreeable. Because consciousness is something fragile and it can get overwhelmed. So immune system inside consciousness itself it tries to filter out things that could be too difficult to process and young comparisons to, again, the body. When you eat something and your body does not like it, you will find out very quickly. It will be taste. It will how it feels in your stomach, and your body will communicate with you, hey, that's a bad idea. That's a bad idea. There's very often why things are bitter because bitter is basically associated also with poison and small children don't like bitter stuff. Really

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Brady, Bucs beat Seahawks 21-16 in historic Germany game

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Brady, Bucs beat Seahawks 21-16 in historic Germany game

"The Buccaneers are back at 500 after Tom Brady threw for two touchdowns in a 21 16 victory against the Seahawks in Munich Brady connected with Julio Jones and Chris Godwin for scores and was 22 of 29 for 258 yards He's four and zero and NFL regular season games played outside the U.S. I think the fan turnout was incredible It felt like a very electric from the time we took the field Gino Smith through touchdown passes to Tyler Lockett and marquise Goodwin to get the Seahawks within 21 16 with three 58 remaining I'm Dave ferry

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World Cup ambassador from Qatar denounces homosexuality

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

World Cup ambassador from Qatar denounces homosexuality

"Former Qatari team player Khalid Salman has told a German reporter being gay is Haram forbidden in Arabic and that he has a problem with children seeing gay people in addition he describes homosexuality as a damage in the mind only two weeks before the opening of the soccer tournament in the gulf state Germany's interior minister has condemned Salman's remarks saying such comments are terrible and that is the reason why we're working on things in Qatar hopefully improving I'm Charles De Ledesma

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The Connection Between Baptism and Salvation

The Officer Tatum Show

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

The Connection Between Baptism and Salvation

"And people literally. And now a lot of people agree with me, but some people literally just start making up stuff. Baptism is not part of your Salvation, and I said, well, look up John three three two 5. When Jesus went to nicodemus, said you must be born again in order to see our entry into the kingdom of God. Nicodemus said, to Jesus, well, can I enter into my mother's woman's second time? He said, no. It's a spiritual birth. It's not a natural birth. It's called being born again of the water and of the spirit. And there's people that literally got in my inbox and said, no, it's about baptism of the waters by being born birth. No, it's not. If you're pastors telling you that, you need to go and tell them to reread the Bible. If you look at the Greek word for baptism, baptismo mean immersion, water means it says hi door, which means water of the earth. That tells you right there is not water of the womb. And if it was water to womb, he wouldn't have told Nico demons that you were wrong for saying you can be rebirthed again from your mother's womb. And then Jesus goes on before he does his sermon before he begins his ministry. What happened to him? He got baptized by John the Baptist. In the spirit of God, fell on a descendant of him like a dove. Born of the water in the spirit. And people say it's not a part of yourself. They ain't got nothing to do with you. Go look at the Bible. When Jesus was resurrected, he told his apostles go you therefore teach our nation's baptizing them. If it's not important, why would he command them to baptize everybody they come in contact with?

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The Founding Fathers and Christian Values

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

The Founding Fathers and Christian Values

"If you are a true Christian, you don't believe in abortion. You believe every life is valuable. And if you laid up to make a baby, it ain't your decision to kill the baby. You let God deal with the future of that child. Because you never know what he has in store. The Democrats want you to push abortion. They want to negate God and say, it's a separation between church and state. That's in theory, right? I think I found the fathers wanted a separation between church and state, meaning the separation between other religions and state. They don't want Muslim religion into the United States Constitution in anything we do in this country because you can go to the Muslim countries and you can see what's happening over there. They don't want that over here. Sharia law is not going to be an American value. That's the reason why there's no separation or separation between church and state. It's not separation between judeo Christian values and state. That's not what that's not what it's about. I found that fathers in the founding documents quoted deuteronomy in the Bible. Quoted Christianity, you know, from the Bible. They found that their principles on that we have God given rights. They come from God, not man. The concept of freedom came from the freedom that God has given us, not some walking junky stuff of the atmosphere gave us this, the galaxies, the ether gave us no God gave it to us. That's what I found in problems believed. That's why we have a country that we have the country that we see today. With the amount of freedom that we have that no other country has.

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How Democrats Ruin Cities?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | 2 weeks ago

How Democrats Ruin Cities?

"All right, ladies and gentlemen, we got to keep talking about this election. I hope you show up to vote. Don't be that person that thinks that only you are only one vote and your vote don't count. You better show your butt up and vote. Especially if you believe in freedom and you believe in the men and women who died so you can have the right to vote. Especially people of color, I say, especially people of color because a lot of people always cry about black people not having opportunities, their words systemic things that were against black people a hundred years ago. However, now you have an opportunity to vote when people before you didn't have that opportunity. They were suppressed. They fought to have an equal right to vote. So you better get off your narrow behind and go to that polling vote. And if you don't know how to vote 'cause you haven't done a research, just vote Republican and then next election you can do your research. Because Democrats are literally trying to ruin our country. There was a clip that I saw. This guy was actually on Tucker Carlson. And he was the president of El Salvador. Right, right? Yeah. President of El Salvador, I think, and he had made mention that these Democrats, what they're doing to the cities, they're not that dumb. They're literally strategically ruining cities.

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Forget the Polling, And Vote Republican

The Officer Tatum Show

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Forget the Polling, And Vote Republican

"Quick looking at the polls, they lie, they're deceptive in the polls. They'll tell you that, to stop people from raising money for certain candidates by saying Carrie Lake is way ahead in the polls. And then people get out there and they got away for three hours and they go, she'll hate anyway, so I'm just gonna go home. That's what they want you to do. Forget the polls in Arizona for Carrie Lake. Forget the polls for Doctor Oz. Forget the polls for Herschel Walker. Forget the polls for all these people. And whatever state you're in that you have to vote in. Forget the polls. They said Donald Trump had no chance of winning in 2016, but get the polls. You just need to make sure you show up and you cash your vote from Republican all the way down ballot. I used to say, do the research note Republican all the way down ballot. Republican all the way down about it. And if there is a judge that is Republican, a vote, Republican, and a conservative manner, you go for that judge. I don't care who these people are. Never vote for a Democrat again. That's my solution to the problem. These Democrats aren't who they used to be. They are very evil set of people, the Democrat politicians. I'm not talking about the Lehman. People are most people sheep anyway. I'm talking about I'm talking about the Democrat leadership. When you are going before the people and you we didn't say defund the police when they know that in 2020 they were pushing for defunding and demoralizing the dehumanizing police and when the rubber hit the road when the ish hit the fan, what did they do? They changed up on you. Because they don't make sense for this election.

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Why Early Voting Is Important?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Early Voting Is Important?

"Alexa Thomas coming, ladies and gentlemen, some of y'all. Me and the wife went and voted early. We voted today. We're in the line. They say this is the lines are going to be crazy and out of control. And see, this is where you get caught up in. If we were to go vote tomorrow, and let's say we show up to vote in the line is much longer than we thought it would be. It's gonna bounce up against my radio show. And then I can't quit the radio to go finish voting because I didn't pre plan it. So it could potentially bump up against the radio show and then I'm not gonna be able to go vote because I need to finish the radio post close by the time the radio is over. See, this is the thing that I'm telling you guys. Now, all around the country is probably too late for many people to vote, especially if you're on the east coast. But if you still have time, you better make sure you take care of that or get up early in the morning to go do it. You do not want to get caught up. The weather gets bad, it's a storm, to be able to wait outside for three or four hours? Or are you going to give up and go home and miss your only opportunity to vote? And all these Democrats, they voted early. They mailed it in and they got it all done. And we wait of ballots on us. Or they have to close the election place. Or there's a threat, a terroristic threat in a poll. And you don't get a chance to vote on your only chance to vote.

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Jim Clyburn Compares 'Election Deniers' to Nazism

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Jim Clyburn Compares 'Election Deniers' to Nazism

"Go ahead Congressman you've repeatedly made comments about Hitler about nazism about Germany in the 1930s in recent years You've gotten a lot of pushback from that from Jewish organizations and others who say it belittles the suffering of the Holocaust of the millions who were lost Your response I've talked to many Jews There are many years in my congressional district And they are very supposed to buy it They know that this is the stuff that causes those kinds of deteriorations in democracy This is not anything about whether or how difficult it was I talk about slavery and how difficult it was but that to discuss the facts of what's going on here election denials setting up positions by which little committees by governors can overturn the results of election There we go Hillary talks about 2024 We've played that before Where she talks about how that will be Fixed election for the Republicans 2022 they keep talking about the Republicans as election deniers I'm telling you they're laying the foundation

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Jim Clyburn: Trumpism ‘Parallels’ Nazism

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Jim Clyburn: Trumpism ‘Parallels’ Nazism

"Is yesterday with Fox News channels, Shannon bream on Fox News Sunday. Congressman, you've repeatedly made comments about Hitler about nazism about Germany in the 1930s in recent years. You've gotten a lot of pushback from that from Jewish organizations and others who say it belittles the suffering of the Holocaust of the millions who were lost. Your response. I've talked to many Jews. There are many years in my congressional district. And they are very supportive about it. They know that this is the stuff that causes those kinds of deteriorations in democracy. This is not anything about whether or how difficult it was, I talk about slavery. And how difficult it was, but that to discuss the fact of what's going on here, election denials, setting up positions by which little committees by governors can overturn the results of election. To call the press, the enemy of the people to co op evangelicals. And a lot about religion. And I know there's always an attempt to call up a religion and that is what's going to hit on here. Congressman, that's fine. But that's a very clear history, all of my life. Okay. History. And I'm telling you what I see here parallels to what the history world. Okay. This world back in the 19 30s. Congressman. Okay.

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Joe Madison Highlights the Parallels Between Trump and Hitler

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Joe Madison Highlights the Parallels Between Trump and Hitler

"The way you speak about certain issues, I just, you know, you're so one of a kind. You tweeted black men don't let the media or anyone else use you as a scapegoat vote. You just said get souls to the polls and mobilize because our democracy is on the ballot. I feel like that's been said so much. The people don't understand. It is literally the truth that our democracy is on the ballot, period. That's what this election is about. And who was that Clyburn? We played a clip today. Clyburn, who was a history teacher who was a historian. He said, look, I know that there is a comparison between what Hitler and the Nazis did in the 30s in Germany. There is there are parallels to this history, and he is absolutely 100% correct. Today's brown shirts are the oath keepers. The Proud Boys. And there is no question about it. Because the Brown church did what the black shirts did in Italy. Hitler admired Mussolini and the black shirts. He was a big fan. And then along comes the brown shirts. And what did they do? They beat up people. They went after Jewish people. They went after anybody who wasn't a potential or a Nazi. Yeah. And the set and the sad thing is, and one third, he got elected by just one third because most people didn't take Adolf Hitler and the Nazis seriously. And also, go ahead. Yeah, I'm sorry, Joel. Also, he got away with the coup. And this is what it is so critical that Donald Trump be prosecuted. I mean, people like if you read a history book, Hitler came back. I mean, and do we hear we hear November 14th? Trump's going to declare. To try to presumably stay out of prison. I mean, that's right. And by the way, you know, and I learned this from, again, from your group. I mean, you get some really good lawyers on and I learn and listen. So he can also use that campaign money. He is in that campaign money. Check with an attorney, but I think he's using that campaign. Money to defend himself.

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Jim Clyburn Says U.S. Is on the Same Path As Germany Once Was

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Jim Clyburn Says U.S. Is on the Same Path As Germany Once Was

"Now listen to this jerk Cut 5 go It's what happens In a country that follows what happened in Germany in the early 30s And I say this in 2018 they caught a lot of help from a lot of people for having said it without it was true then and it's true now This country is on track to repeat what happened in Germany when it was a greatest democracy born elected a Chancellor who then co opted through the media that this past president coined the press the enemy of the people That is a bunch of crap and we know it And that's what's going on in this country The press are the enemy of the people because they are up the backsides of every Democrat in this country And the press had been called the enemy that people since the beginning of this republic you schmuck You don't even know history You don't know American history You sure as hell don't know German history And yet you refer to it

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China Agrees to Approve BioNTech's Covid-19 Vaccine for Foreigners, German Chancellor Says

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

China Agrees to Approve BioNTech's Covid-19 Vaccine for Foreigners, German Chancellor Says

"At a visit by German Chancellor ola Schultz Chinese president Xi Jinping has called the peace talks between Russia and Ukraine and has warned against the conflict going nuclear She is quoted by a state broadcaster CCTV saying at present the international situation is complex and changeable influential powers China and Germany should work together in times of change and chaos to make more contributions to world peace and development on Ukraine she said the international community should call on all parties concerned to exercise rationality and restraint conduct direct contacts as soon as possible and

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The Radical Left Wants to Drag Us Back to the Dark Ages

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:18 min | 3 weeks ago

The Radical Left Wants to Drag Us Back to the Dark Ages

"Mirac, you were just talking about how the radical left. I don't know how else to put it. They want to drag us back into the dark ages. I get the idea that they have, as their summum bonum would be that we would all be living on the great plains in Buffalo hide teepees or something like that that anything other than that would be a grievous abuse of mother earth. You know, it's kind of fun to make fun of these people, but they're already having a massive impact. They got Germany to close all its nuclear power plants, even though they were safe, as you would expect a German plant to be. And rely on wind power. Now, Germany is dependent on Russia for gas. And because of the Ukraine war, they're not getting gas. So Germans are going to be like their ancestors from the brothers Grimm, going out into the forest and cutting wood and using it to stay warm. Like they were in the Middle Ages. Developing countries are going to lose access to reliable, cool air conditioning in the summer, and heat in the winter. Hospitals are going to lose power. Look at the price of gas. That is 100% the result of Joe Biden caving to the Green New Deal to

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John Zmirak and Eric Discuss Medicine Going to the Dark Side

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss Medicine Going to the Dark Side

"Know that in Germany under the Nazis, this is exactly what was happening. Every field was affected. So that they're no longer with science. There was Nazi science and Jewish science. In other words, they began the madness began to go backwards into every part of German culture. And if you did not parrot the lies of the national Socialist Party with regard to science and literature and whatever it was, you were pushed out. But what's amazing is this is happening in the United States of America right now. What you just said about Peter McCullough, I mean unbelievable that this would happen to a tremendously successful, brilliant doctor doing his best and by the way, doing better than all of the people that are trying to cancel him. But who are the people behind canceling somebody like him? I'm just astonished that the medical establishment has basically gone over to the dark side just as they did in Germany. I don't see how it's any different. It's amazing. Well, remember, the medical establishment has accommodated the whole trans dilution. Now it's considered science that there are 47 genders. There were only, there were only two before Bruce Jenner decided to have a sex change and did a cover story in Vanity Fair. And that changed the scientific consensus and added 47 genders. That tells you how much you should trust the so called scientific consensus. But remember, there was a scientific consensus that overpopulation was going to destroy the west that we're going to have famines in the United States and Britain. They were saying that on the Johnny Carson show. It didn't happen. But you know what did happen? Massive birth control and population control programs by governments all around the world, birth rates have are now plummeting in virtually every country on earth, except for a few sub Saharan African places. They haven't gotten to yet. And we're going to have a complete collapse with like one young person to one old retiree. It's not going to work, but

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Plato Tried to Warn Us About Democracies

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 3 weeks ago

Plato Tried to Warn Us About Democracies

"Guys read in great detail? What Plato tried to warn us about when it came the democracy? Dictatorships naturally arise out of democracies. And you're going to see that happening in Brazil with this left wing leader. The Electoral College is one of the mechanisms which helps spread power over geography. It protects the country from sectionalism, it perfects the country from the urban masses. A political movement that dominates in just one area can force its will on an entire country. The Electoral College necessitates balance. And so now Brazil is going to have this far left wing Marxist take power. So look, Bolsonaro was and is a nationalist. He was a great president. He did a really good job in Brazil. Bolsonaro was very popular. Except in one region where Lula ran up the score. And Lula is a very left wing candidate. He's going to open up the prisons and make Brazil even more dangerous. But thankfully, we're not a democracy. They say Brazil is a democracy. Now, I would love for anyone to come on this program and show me a prosperous, safe, democracy right now in America. I say, oh, France, Germany. You think Germany is a prosperous country? They might be temporarily rich, but it's just a matter of time. And by the way, Germany does not respect freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, freedom of religious conscious, they don't at all. Why would they? They're not a republic. They're a democracy. It's about whoever gets the most amount of stuff.

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"germany" Discussed on Open Third Eye Germany

Open Third Eye Germany

02:31 min | Last month

"germany" Discussed on Open Third Eye Germany

"Know? I mean, you're just total just and what's crazy is like imprisoned in Germany, you know when you get out. In the foreign psychiatry, it's called paragraph a 63. And this paragraph 63 says you get augment your when you do therapy. So I know people that landed in there and they only did assault and battery. Just because they don't do therapy in there, they don't let them out so ten, 15, 20 years go by until they realize I got a little therapy. So a salt and batter here in Germany is like usually just get probation. So, but once a sample is mentally mentally ill, they send you in there and it's fucked up. It's really fucked up. Actually, to me, a mental ward here in Germany, for instance, the forensic psychiatry, I would. Say it's pretty much equivalent to a modern concentration camp. Yes, it's shiny and new and polished to the outside, but inside it's rotten. Oh yeah, and there's this information I'm telling you guys, you know, so really nobody knows about it. You know, so that's why I'm staying alone because I'm pretty much in like a target, you know, for them because I'm like, you know, what they do is just wrong.

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"germany" Discussed on Open Third Eye Germany

Open Third Eye Germany

02:55 min | Last month

"germany" Discussed on Open Third Eye Germany

"We can't control that we love somebody that makes us well numbered. And everybody thinks just for their own. Exactly, there's just selfish, you know? It's a trip. I mean, your social system in Germany is very good, but the mentality of most people here living, especially I'm not racist or anything but the German mentality. Yes, yes. Most of them. There's a very ice cold. Yes, yes. He has a German can confirm that because in elementary school, when I went to elementary school, there was a group of parents. They are friends with each other, and my parents came due to the town. And nobody talked to my parents, and the parents forbid that children to play with me because I am not the part of the Friends group I got, I was the outsider, the outside area. Yes, everybody made fun of me. And I went home from school and I waited until I came home and then I cried before my mother, and nobody can help me because these German guys thought they were cool and I don't belong to the group and they make clubs and everything and I wasn't a part of it and it's what's so frustrating. Frustrating. And when I get to high school, when I got to high school, in high school, the tables had turned and I was the guy with lots of Friends because I was charismatic. I learned that because they kicked me out of that room. And then in the other school, a guy from these parents grew, came to my school too, and he was

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Joseph Okay and that it's okay to use these that say shot approach settling on boarding approach may not ask hundred questions. You only ahmeti twenty questions but only if you have this product would not work fullerton other programs that way. We wasn't positive thing for german market. That rub in bars allowed to do their business in the way we do it now. We may have that those questions on basically european german regulations that actually try to assess. How much risk you can take it. How much experience you have. So that not just somebody who just get a lot of money and turned eighteen just blowing all his or her money away in just a few weeks ago with some derivative traits. That's basically in the idea behind it. All of it was just a pleasure. Having you here we want to talk about corporate startups. It turned out to talk about how to build up cupboard. Start up an overview of the german Robot visor market as well as some insights into visual vest and investing. We already running a little bit longer than usual. We have to cut something out but we running well over thirty five minutes by now so i just want to thank you. Very much was disciplined. You're having you as guests and hope connect with you again. In let's years earlier. That would be great. My pleasure bye bye bye bye if you are a professional looking at the european startup scene. Germany is a place you cannot miss. Fortunately for you there's startup. Rod dot co the authority on german startups. This english only podcast fresh interviews each week. Most likely you'd never heard or read. Anything only starts before in english. But you will in the future be ahead of the curve and subscribed to start up rats dot e o podcast or check for the star brad dot. Yo internet radio station check your alexa for the startup. Rod dot co skill as well..

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Engineer them to act as a sensor to detect different fragrances. and flavors. So well in this. In this scenario so fragrances are small are small molecules. They enter in the cell and then they would react with a piece of dna that we had designed to activate in the presence of that Small molecule and then create a fluorescent signal that you can then detect with the sensor So it's a bit of genetic. Engineering combining different types of dna together in order to bring that Bring that signaled from the compound into something that you can read. So that means you. For example maite. Bacteria that was clawing every time. This smell chocolate. Yes but not about commercial applications because we already talked about a dachshund border patrol. Sniffing like i would assume and terrorism anti-drug smuggling with us come to mind. What else can he's. Yeah so this. What we built in particular was used to monitor the production of these fragrance molecules so in a bio synthetic approach to making these types of fragrances. You engineer a bacteria or a a yeast to produce this grapefruit sent molecule for example. You're making this a for mentor. But you want to know what concentration that compound is at and so are bacteria that we engineered to be able to pick up. That grapefruit molecule can be incubated alongside the production strain and it will glow when that production strain has made a certain concentration of that chemical sorry very stupidity but basically you could also like make bacteria that become green. Every time they smoked christmas trees. Exactly something like this. We're we're a bit limited in most of the fragrance molecules. We used would have to be. We'd have to put it into a liquid and so unfortunately you can't we. We never got to the point where you could spray the air. Necessarily then the air is going to glow because it smells the christmas tree But we did try to try to Make sensors for some more volatile compounds. So that freight molecules that are in the air but it was a bit more difficult because you need to put them in the same space and bacteria like to grow in typically liquid. And so you also need to be able to put the fragrance molecule into the liquid and then you change jobs and then there. There is a like an important step in you live. Because he said you'll return from the bay area but then a one point you made like a really big step even do graphically because you went from the bay area to building will do the what was bad. I get asked this all the time because most people in germany they say. Why did you leave the bay area where trying to go. They're not the other way.

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Your insurance everything is regulated by boffin. People still need this branding aspect I was. I was curious what you're a two questions i You said he got a media deal from porzingis at against their private tv station based in meaning down there they run some of the privately owned at tv stations here in germany Some of the big ones and personally. I appearance that i watch less and less and less linear tv as it is called since i do have to use streaming apps on my tv so one question would be how the also see not like in terms of numbers but like in. Did you also see a decline of the importance off tv as a marketing channel here in germany surprising for myself because at the beginning of the autobahn voyage I was even quoted as saying you know we're not gonna do tv commercials you know. We gotta be facebook google. Whatever the ads as we've learned as you need to do both simply spoken and the power of tv is still much bigger than we all think so especially by the way doing copay times. Everybody was watching. Tv linear tv. Now a personally i was. I'm like you. I would say well. I have netflix amazon prime and disney at home. So i'm not gonna watch. I'm not to what free tv i think. Watch to be the night..

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Would you like to add onto this. Yeah this is only a mug of money spending dot ups and not an are indeed. And so i cannot tell you how much we invest in. Aren peabody buddy We have on ministry for that. They have really deep pockets out. The on shoots unlocks plankton Deal aren't whatever and all these universities and salah believe with bending a lot When it comes to our our goal is to invest three point. Five percents Off the whole amani Of germany into the rnd sector and so it looks pretty good on on that side but What what we are aiming to get more open with on this project. I think this is something where we can get better. And where we also looking for private partners To get all these technologies out of his institutes to democracy We don't need them after seven or eight years. We need them. Ali very early in the beginning so that there is a market focus embarrassing invested vocals. Nothing this is a winter we can get better and with the deal. Our starting with this we have A new structure there and there is one guy Allama he's not a chain transfer guy so his his exclusively the one on the bar for protect transfer and he's looking to spend a lot of research on all mit and stanford are doing. We're going to implement this as kind of This year in germany and believed to scan the cold weather also flood outta us. Our institution steadily have good closing words. Thank you very much. Who's a player having you as a guest here Best of luck as we do in germany. Tom suppress for you re elected and hopefully we can have you back and we can talk a little bit more about the specifics of the program. I'm looking forward to this. Thankfully time. thank you bye-bye if you are a professional looking at the european startup seeing germany is a place you cannot miss..

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Come here and to invest and to be part of our network here arcade so two questions one you are talking about the deep check future fund and where can people actually apply if a scott up out there listening to it manda standing at the point of this recording. It's not yet setup but it will be set up in. Maybe we'll have to at the link down here into show notes. But where will it be located. Would it be administrated by cave w will be in the end it's it's a corporation for its own and from jerusalem Located in bonn at a high tackle a hall by der completely independent and the end so they can use some some a common hd independent. And yes. we are trying to start your the in summer and right now. We're looking for a ceo So we out for the far than enough stopping and starting the deep tech Believes over the next week it will be more concrete to get an address persons of whom you can call away but sanjay pitch decks. Of course we'll have link down here in the show. Nuts there something coming up and you've been talking about what startups can expect so the definition. So basically there's an opportunity for european investors to get money as an l. p. and as you said there's a pretty wide definition of what a german up is i do believe also startups from abroad with substantial presence or or some presence here in germany. may be eligible for investments as well meaning. They have more than two mailbox. Executive job for them must be some serious business. Yeah yeah that's true But we are quite open on that and and it's clear that germany was always pushing for european union and the european perspective. And we're doing this also when it comes to obviously and start up. Investments and for instance as we are a building up a very interesting at to bring another technology. You which i personally very much a like. It's it's the launch of technology rockets for the sky end. Everybody's looking at moskowitz basics. We adopted some of the strategies. And now we made attend for startups here. And i start up became a contender of eleven million. Two dots Aerospace from From unix and some but on the other side i think will not fall pretty audie invested in orbital expresses not up in uk so we are not only focused germany. We are focused on on european technology. But in the end yeah that has to be a some business year As it will be a bad deal for us We'll have some links down here in the show notes where people can apply. And if you're listening to this a watching this somewhere not una website. There is a link to our blog. Post and we're doing this for the very simple reason they're always limitations of how how many letters we can put in in the show notes so the complete shown will only be on our blog post. And they'll be all the links to apply you've been already saying at that you That you're half patient capital ten to twenty years My first would be. Is this like the time span. You're looking to spend the money all. Would you expect to spend the money like in the next during the next leg legislature. Meaning the next four years of bundestag is in sensation and then keep growing the program now off..

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"You're going to be the lp of other most likely of other vc funds most likely headquartered here in around germany is that approximately it where you're gonna spend it in so this is Remain focused as i said we have Two structures one is to make this eric. Vestments wear extending this Check future fund but also with the hijack will not fall h g g f We will give them for the money so they and also power so we have these these direct vehicles and also will build up. But i guess this will be the next year. A cave w separate managed accounts that became x-rayed site. He spoke for specific investments and on the adult side of the most of the money that we're going to spend over the european investment fund as he of something around three billion euro sleep have additionally foot them for the cave w we have two additional billion euros and we'll also prevention that so Referred a thing. Yeah and strategy is to invest in european disease and additional focus on the on the gem ecosystem but is also possible of fall for european will only make a smaller amount of germany. But what what we wanted to achieve that indiana to the money that we invest into these Disease is at least minimum. Also the money. They invest gems. Donna's so that means if you have free example a one hundred million vc fund and you put in twenty million. You expectancy to invest approximately twenty million in germany. Exactly exactly overall Would like to see that if we invest Gem john megan euros in the end in everett. There's a private vending of twenty million so that's multiple of to But indiana minimum requirement. with around if we recess the amount that the invest in vc shelby also the same amount. They're investing germans donnas but jim startups up on on have to be one hundred percents located in germany happening so this this will be completely unrealistic as you can see all our stops did starting from germany. They're building international subsidiaries on december on whatever and so the definitions quite wise while the german. Start up so there are opportunities. But what i'm trying to save floor for disease from all over europe to to.

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Means them may be some changes because this is a political program and everything is like one hundred percent hammered out because the next government may want to a few changes but my understanding is that. There's already some idea how this money will be. Split up in web will be going right. Yeah so we're already starting with our investments. You're right now because we are working on this future fund initiative here. I mean for minimum of two years right now and slow to implement all this complex because webbing hot of the european union The state the state law is very strict and arrived from the european union That they blocked the states from a range too much. Subsidies into single companies budge. This makes the whole organization by complex and s your rights after sixteen years on larkhall retiring. It's the first time ever that german chancellor retired all data have been kicked off by the vultures off the and so It's it's a different thing and and yeah Let's see how a hug would go. But i'm coming from the city. You and right now looking quite good for us and i believe we can continue. But on the other side abbasi's it will be a change in the government. It will take for them on a minimum of to offer years to start a different program. Another believe it's absolutely necessary floss to foster more into the up and the ecosystem. Because i believe that over the last years we achieved quite a good position but we have to push further To to be ahead of the way a year from the european perspective and also on our protest due to get real globally. And i believe you'll see companies it could achieve that for instance on his first akon germany and they're really doing a high tech stuff and when i was there at this site i mean it's to are two years ago so my first feeling was to this will be the next. Sap end right. Knowledge seems to turn out exactly. Yes a very interesting startups around here..

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"First time that such kind of position exists and zam. So it's my pleasure to build up these activities that we are doing here and i believe We realized multiple disappeared. And so i'm quite confident that with love doing So basically our interview triggered on the end of march twenty twenty one for the simple reason that was a press announcement about a ten buildings dada program from the federal government and That was that was point. I reached out. And i finally get you now on the interview and basically will would off interest for me was to learn a few things for example for example with us the money come from apparently tax money right arrive but but we have successful with investing tax tax money. Because with the things that we have done in the past We're always achieved a good performance In the end. And so therefore. I believe it's a good idea Checks pass money. We do it with the cave. W. and maybe if i may look back what we have done over the last year so Global scale where doing two things. The first thing is we are investing directly into stops but default. We don't do this with robotic system We created State owned vc. Also with private money it's high check enough all in bonn and also we have qatari unfo- serious investments but the major part of the money is being invested in vc's as being partner now deployed we pop lowering foot. Yes rotten off the european investment funds. Gif and With this construction invested around knitted free billion euros in and most of the german. Vc's are having also the f. as Ana we may add if you think i of course a little bit self promotion. If you down here in the show notes there will be the interview linked with alex from fighting back the head of the high tacona fall of very interesting guy and he said you interviewed that. They're the most active seat invest tour in europe. Secondly we may add that. Kf w is a bank but not the bank where you can open an account. But it's rather a originally setup to administrate the money from the european recovery program marshall tante and basically all political purposes of where there's credit behind that usually something that is run through k. f. w. and my understanding is that you also set up Of ac unit there as he said acting as a limited partner and there we may add limited partners. Odd the type of guys really have the money and then invest in the vc's because vc's don't necessarily invest their own money alone right. That's absolutely correct and we have to cave w now for the case right now but they never invested in. Dc was started with this years ago with the european investment funds. And right now of the last few years since i'm in this office We started also a subsidiary of the cave w. w capital and they're specifically focused on investments. And so they can problem the european investment fund but they can also do their own things and of our ask the bring some kind of intelligence in the whole system so that way have An on construction to be seen we also may at a little bit circumstance here because we have a general election coming up in september this year out which means there will be elections in germany. That will be new bundestag constituting. I think it is called sometime in fall in. It also means that will be new chancellor chancellor merckel will retire and there will be new boss in the house and that.

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Startup read that you were podcast at youtube blog covering the german startup scene with news interviews and live. Hello and welcome everybody. This is joe from celebrator all your startup. Podcast and youtube love from germany. Today as you may be able to see if you're watching this on youtube are wearing. I'm wearing a polo shirt. It's winter in. It's getting really warm here. Despite that i do have for the first time ever a member of the german parliament here in my interview. Hey thomas how're you doing snyder hi. I'm doing fun quite quite hot here as linda but business still needs to go and we may add that you are member of the bundestag tack which is an the which is the parliament in germany for example. That elect the chancellor. But you are here for one reason because we want to talk about ten billion startup program. The jump hedera government. Bundesliga is kicking off differ a reached out to the federal ministry of economics and they connected me to you so after some preparation. We finally got this interview together. Thank you so much for everybody how to prepare it. And of course. I looked at your cv on lincoln entrance out you. Aw an entrepreneur. Can you tell us a little bit about what you did. Before you got elected i to state state would would be right to state representative state parliament in alzheimer's fun and then the federal parliament. Yes i used to be an entrepreneur but it's quite a long time ago. It's been in the middle of nineties. And i did it for ten years and a started this kind of system at strata Because a friend of mine who worked a flora executives such company. He told me so. We need some guides to implement windows. Ninety five on our computers and i always wanted to be an entrepreneur. An author taint do this. And this is just something vocal time at but in the end at became a lot of recommendations in afterwards at a lot of these executive such companies wanted me to to make services not only for the client for the service n- averaging and then a small company existed out of debt and so we was specialized on sme companies in our region so it was just youths bootstrapped founded and visa and everything and it. It's not been a scalable business model but in the end these online might roots from the business side. I was i was curious because you Apparently an entrepreneur you front a successful company and then you got elected to state parliament in kindness fine. Why did he do that. You already had some useful skills. No need for politics read. I think there there is if you look at people. Sitting in the parliament there is no lack of lawyers to be honest. And i and must not say anything bad about laws because my wife was one but actually i believe it's informed also to have different perspectives than the ones from the people making law business. And so i always left to build up things and this was possible with my own company. And i realize it's also possible of being member of the parliament and drive now commissioner. For the digital economy and startups searing the ministry for economic facets..

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"And we seem that the obsta great job but it was for the users. They had hot time to get into the absolute to do the registration because there was high compliance needs to get into the insurance apps On the market you only found solutions targeting the banking industry. So you don't have the specific solution for the insurance industry. Because the insurance industry needed a very low price and not that high of compliance. Becky Needed in the banking industry so all solutions targeting the banking must we had a very high level of compliance and those very high level of price. So that was the bone the idea to have something in between to have a solution complying with all the needs of the insurance industry but on the other hand being very cost We may add for our audience out there that in germany as he talked about compliance you have to comply what loss and they require a proper identification of example. You when you open a bank account so there is the video chat involved where you have to hold your Id card buddhis- allows vice. Which has many of reflection spaces on it. And so the person on the other side can tell yes. He is actually person he is supposed to be and he has a valid. Id document there that something like this is what you guys are actually offering exactly so yeah. I mean the idea was as we started the security of having a a video chat show your. Id card is very high on bought. Due to the fact that a human being needs to check the id card and it has to be in place twenty four seven on makes the process very costly and on the other hand you have to wait for free service agent all the time so we saw video identities a great idea but soon but let's put some some magic on it to make it automatically without the un being on the loop so can be very very very low price and on the other hand..

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"We just have to say alexa place. Thought up radio and we will be on your smart speaker with me today on your spot. Speeco likely is benny. Hey haydn hi i'm fine. How are you doing great. And i completely forgot everybody. Who's watching this. Please leave us a nice commend thumbs up and a good review. If you haven't done so make sure to subscribe as people can tell that one watching youtube and second note hamburg they can tell you all located in lovely hamburg as we can see in the wind back back behind you right. You're right. i'm basing him. But i have a very good place here. riderless city center behind me as the town hall. And all the all the good places in boca just around the office so pretty proud to be. We may at many people have not been germany or a hamburg- at all that. Listen to our podcast though. We may add that hamburg is what famous for its enjoyment. Milot's enjoyment treat caught deity pabon. Is it also close to you. So yeah the rep obama's like what side like four hundred meters down this way. So yeah i can see it from you. Pretty.

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Great spot for collating in general not only because the winner but because it's a very very vibrant tech scene that that is growing there so yeah absolutely those those kinds of cities are the ones that we are currently that we would be looking at that we also currently targeting. We recently talked to sebastian from us. Leafs co working spaces here in frankfurt. And he talked about that. He's more interested in debt financing because his co. living spaces are usually a case for a the the nominee bank credit. A what. What would be your approach. More equity or a single financing offset Debt financing off single project except for the very first two years so we put in our own money and we agree and previously released. A capital is all bottleneck when it comes to expansion. We racial first round from from capitalists. So we did our first round with hp capital in early two thousand eighteen. And and that's the way we we're planning to race and you don't in this year and we're looking actually far mixture of debt and equity financing. Because we have the we have a sudden out of business that is ideally suitable. Flank witty financing for instance. When you a building like an all case you won't take allergy. Are you investing in the operational part of the business into the brand and on the other hand looking for debt financing when it comes to jointly paying those projects together with either big states institution Ought project developer because this hot is the most suitable or can also be suitable for for that kind of thing a stood pot that maybe not not part of the traditional financing scheme is something that we call the capital so we also looking forward to cheap hoppner in the retail where we basically bring in operational excellence our operational approach and the real estate Says bringing in there s the real estate asset part of their portfolio. And then we join develop this case together so we bring in our neighboring capital and form of real estate nestled. I see so you're looking for many different investors in many different forms and you're open for real estate. Investors for pro developers in the real estate space as well as institutional investors. I can see the charm for institutional investors for example like a pension fund..

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"We're focusing on on a very central locations and on the most diverse neighborhoods to create living spaces when they needed the most essentially So this is something that i think differentiates us from the competition because they either do one or the other and we basically woke with on this case i see i'm so talking about the most vibrant neighborhoods My question would be. How do you actually pinpoint the most vibrant neighborhoods for example in frankfurt. I would say a hospital. Red light district around central station is pretty fancy. There was an article in the new york times talking about that. That's a pretty good tint. Maybe it's it's already too fancy but how do you. How do you actually do that in other cities for example somebody. Who's moving to incirlik. How do they find out what's hot. What's the next big place to be using to approach society Festival we have a pretty clear framework of is how we rank certain parts of the city on a micro level and on the other hand we are already in the business for almost use now so we already bring in a good amount of experience So we beam ourselves not me personally on the owner team of community managers. We see them as experts for that particular city. So we can offer a broad range of different coating stasis meticulous city. And like you already mentioned. You have very different kind of Within within one. Scipio frankford for instance the bottle civil Which is very oven very essential like meet unique. Could want to live in that particular place on you. Also have for instance The west area where it's a bit applied. What's also very sensible. And then we basically shoes we pick automatically depending on your presences The neighborhoods on the area cooler space. Could you the most ideal. That's that's kind of like. Oh approach hat another question when you've been talking like you work with project. Developers basically to get project like building developed to your needs. I would be curious. Where are you looking around. And if this interview right now Hurt by project developers somewhere in the us in asia. Somewhere else europe would be. Would you be open to talk to them. As well absolutely so We are currently targeting. The tuck seven six in germany so the top seven a essentially the the seven biggest cities frankford eunuch. Balloon hamburg looked alone into pseudo But we also interested in what can together with product developers in the big european trump. alexis for instance at zurich valerie has while i international And plan to expand further into into new international international markets with a twenty twenty one and following. Something you have in mind there. Just just Instant thought would be something like paris. Barcelona madrid stuff like that. So perez very much on our list bustle on. I think it's a it's a Rates city really..

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"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"germany" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"If you haven't already done so make sure to hit the likened subscribe button and leave us a nice comment as always there will be linked down here in the show notes. Way can find everything we talked about us. Well as sebastian's linked in profile and his company website sebastian. How you doing i. I'm good thank you. Thanks for having me on your show totally mop pleasure. It was long in the making but we get to this soon after. We may say that you are the founder off what some people may call prop tech coat home fully headquartered here frankfurt and always. I have been stalking you a little bit On linked an end as always your linked profile will be linked down here in the show notes there depending on service. You are listening to this. There's link it's either working on outworking not our choice and they. You'll find a blog post. In india blog post there is the link to your linked profile so people can link can link directly to you or reach out directly to you on that. Just make up another word at no And basically. I've seen a lot of interesting stops along your way. I realize you went to university in cologne. Despite that you went to school in thailand you went to university in mainland china. Don't bay in wash hall and university of north florida So tell us first a little bit what you studied and how it let you to become the founding. Ceo of hopefully. Yeah happy to do. So i think he listed A lot of a lot of stops along the way in a very correct auto already So festival did during my bachelor's degree i studied international business semester abroad in thailand. So that was my first My longer stay abroad After my bachelor's degree working in asset management for a wealth management company in singapore. So we did help german and swiss clients to invest in asian pacific stocks. And i also helped building An asia pacific value fund.

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