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Don't Miss What John Zmirak Has to Say About the FBI Raid

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:05 min | 6 d ago

Don't Miss What John Zmirak Has to Say About the FBI Raid

"John, you and I need to process what we couldn't process yesterday. Something unprecedented, something that I still am having a hard time making sense of, at least on some levels. But what happened the other night, why don't I let you tell the story? It is one of the most bizarre things certainly in my lifetime. I don't know what to make of it. I was on the phone with our good friend Jason Jones, wonderful human rights activist pro life back to this. And he told me the FBI has just rated Donald Trump's house in Mar-a-Lago. And I tell you, and I have a column about this coming out today. I had a feel. I had this experience. I had the feeling I had when I heard that news. Was the same feeling I had on 9 11. When I heard that the towers have been attacked, that The Pentagon had been attacked. We didn't know who did it. It might be Russia. It might be China. We had no idea at that point. A feeling like I'm in an elevator with a cable has snapped. I had that feeling one other occasion. The day in 1990 one when the hard line communists in Russia tried to overthrow Gorbachev and reimpose hardline communism. I had that same feeling of absolute vertigo. Like I was leaning out the window of the Empire State Building, looking down on an abyss. And I'll tell you why. That day, I realized that for most of my life, I assume that I knew how I would die in a nuclear war. There are nuclear explosions. I would not have grandchildren, but not of children. Nobody would remember me because all my Friends would be dead and everything I had ever known would be destroyed. That's how I grew up assuming I would die. And I had nightmares about it, where I would see my body get burned up by a blast wave or see myself dying of radiation in the wake of a nuclear war. And I was just that was the endgame that I assumed for my life and the life of everyone I knew. Until Gorbachev and Reagan worked out sort of ratcheted down the Cold War, I realized that on some level this dark certainty that had hung over my life had gradually lifted. And on that day in 1991, when the look like the communist generals were bringing back the Cold War, it all came rushing back. And I had a sense like I was falling. Same thing on 9 11 and the same thing yesterday. When I heard that the president of the United States was using the FBI like the secret police in Honduras or Guatemala or Venezuela or Liberia or Congo. We are in a lawless regime that will do anything to cling to power.

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Does the Biden DOJ Prioritize Illegals Over US Citizens?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:42 min | Last month

Does the Biden DOJ Prioritize Illegals Over US Citizens?

"Does the Biden administration and the Biden DoJ really think that illegals are first class citizens and ordinary Americans are second class citizens? In other words, does the Biden DoJ give preference or priority to illegals over ordinary American citizens? It would seem so. And I say it would seem so we see this at multiple levels, but I want to talk about a case that I didn't know a whole lot about. I think I saw something about it. There was a plot to have a mass shooting on July 4th. That was foiled in Richmond, Virginia. Now it turns out there were two guys who apparently were talking about doing this mass shooting. They were actually talking to each other, but a third guy an ordinary American heard them. He heard them talking about this to quote shoot up the Richmond annual 4th of July celebration. And so he called the police and the police were able to identify the man who was who said this and they raided his residence and they found two rifles, a handgun, 200 plus rounds of ammunition. And they also discovered that the guy, his name was Julio Alvaro dubon, is a Guatemalan citizen. He's an illegal, illegally in the United States. So he is an alien in possession of a firearm, essentially plotting a 4th of July shooting. It turns out he has a kind of a co-conspirator, another guy, Roman. Who was also arrested. The two of them were planning to do it together, the vote from Guatemala. And so they go before a judge and think of the seriousness of this. You've got criminal aliens in possession of firearms plotting a 4th of July mass shooting. Think of the carnage that they had in mind. By the way, it also turns out that one of them had been deported twice, deported twice, but again, with the Biden open border policies, strolls right back, and so you got these two guatemalans trying to inflict damage on Americans and they go before a court. And the judge, the general district judge. And grant's $15,000 a bail. $15,000 bond. So let's pause here. I mean, you have January 6th defendants who are who don't get bail

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Sean Spicer Tells Us About His Latest Podcast Adventure

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

Sean Spicer Tells Us About His Latest Podcast Adventure

"Sean, welcome back to the Douglas podcast. Always going to be with you Doug. Yeah, we're at 5 o'clock every weekday. And then the thing that's interesting is the show, I love doing the show. It's been one of the greatest things in my life, just to be able to have these great conversations with folks. Every night, but there are only limited to 5 to 7 minutes. And so you get three to four questions. And the thing that I wanted to do with this podcast, it's just twice a week, so it's not meant to. It's meant to, so many times I have a guest. And I'll say, okay, so it's topical. So tonight we're having, you know, so and so on and we're going to talk about immigration, but I'm like, gosh, I really love the background of that person. And so the title of the podcast is beyond the briefing. And the idea is when I was press secretary, everyone knew me from the briefing. And I was like, well, there's a lot beyond the briefing that you don't know about me. And so the idea is to get to know people beyond the briefing. So the other day I interviewed the president of Guatemala on the show. Well, everybody wants you to ask the questions that Kamala Harris won't, right? Immigration. But when you start to do some research about this guy, his political background and his upbringing are absolutely fascinating. And I'm thinking, okay, this is the kind of guy that I want to sit down with for 20 minutes. And again, that's the idea. It's just 20 minutes to go beyond the briefing to say, tell me a little bit about who you are as a person, you know, and I'm just an inquisitive guy. I mean, whether it's how does Doug Collins get elected to Congress and, you know, you and I have known each other. Yeah, there's a lot of people ask that question. I sort of grown up in politics. I always, I was the kid that always would sort of like love to scratch that surface and be like, tell me, how did you get here? And so whether it's business entertainment politics, I'm just always inquisitive about how somebody got there.

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51 migrants die after trailer abandoned in San Antonio heat

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

51 migrants die after trailer abandoned in San Antonio heat

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting another victim dies after migrants are abandoned in a tractor trailer in San Antonio heat The death toll from a tractor trailer packed with migrants that was found abandoned and stifling San Antonio heat Monday evening rose to 51 Tuesday Authorities say it was the deadliest tragedy in a migrant smuggling case in U.S. history More than a dozen people including four children their bodies hopped to the touch were taken to area hospitals Antonio Fernández CEO of Catholic charity San Antonio tells The Associated Press he visited one of the survivors in a local hospital The Guatemala because we have been told that they were speaking Guatemala and she actually narrated The Mexico consul general in San Antonio said among the dead 27 are believed to be of Mexican origin U.S. representative Henry cuellar of Texas told the AP the driver of the truck and two other people were arrested I'm Mike

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Addressing the Urgent Border Crisis With Todd Bensman

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Addressing the Urgent Border Crisis With Todd Bensman

"All right, let's connect with Todd bensman. Are you there, Todd? Here, thanks for having me. All right, we were struggling there with the technology, but we reached out to you finally. We need an update. We're talking to the author of Jihad, the covert border war. Todd, what's the latest? Talk to us about this caravan, what the Mexican government is or is not doing and the status of title 42? Sure. Well, let's start with the actual border. A judge out of Louisiana as we know stayed the pushback policy kept it in place, the Biden administration responded to that by poking so many exemptions in it that it might as well be gone. The exemptions that they poked in it are for South Americans, middle easterners, Asians, people from all over the world from any country in the world, except for Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador and Mexico. But everybody else gets to the border and within 72 hours they have legal documents and they're on buses, Greyhound and charter buses and American Airlines flights. They pay the tickets to any city in the country. So it gets a document, gets a plane ticket, and they get to choose where they go, correct? That's correct. And that operation is going on 7 days a week, all day long. Right now, all along the Texas border with those nationalities, so it's important to know that those are the nationalities that are getting exempted from 42 and as a result, this caravan that has formed this massive caravan that poor was made up almost entirely of guess what. Those nationalities.

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Biden to Host Latin American Leaders at Summit in Los Angeles

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Biden to Host Latin American Leaders at Summit in Los Angeles

"The summit of the Americas is being held on U.S. soil for the first time in nearly three decades And vice president Harris is looking to show her clout in her home state The gathering in Los Angeles will give Harris a chance to connect with Latin American and Caribbean leaders who have seen little of hers since she was given the thankless task of addressing migrations root causes The only three with whom she met on two quick trips to the region are skipping the summit The presidents of Mexico Guatemala and Honduras who are protesting the U.S. decision to not invite authoritarian governments from Cuba Nicaragua and Venezuela Harris biggest achievement in the region so far was helping secure $1.2 billion in corporate commitments to invest in Central America Today she announced more than 1.9 billion aimed

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 Migrant caravan sets out in southern Mexico

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Migrant caravan sets out in southern Mexico

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a migrant caravan is moving north The largest migrant caravan to attempt to lead southern Mexico this year set out early Monday An estimated 4000 to 5000 migrants mostly from Central America Venezuela and Cuba set out from tapachula Mexico near the border with Guatemala Advocates say the march is timed to this week's summit of the Americas in Los Angeles It had bid to call attention to their plight Many migrants and asylum seekers have been waiting for months partly due to Mexico strategy of containing them in the south Partly because Mexico's

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Hurricane Agatha sets May record, then weakens over Mexico

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Hurricane Agatha sets May record, then weakens over Mexico

"Hurricane Agatha hit Mexico Monday now it's dumping rain that could hit Florida by the weekend Agatha made history as the strongest hurricane ever recorded to come ashore in May making landfall Monday in southern Mexico as a category two with 105 mph winds national hurricane center specialist Daniel Brown It's not unusual for hurricane landfalls in that area to get really devastating flash flooding Evident in photos of residents wading through waist high waters He says now Agatha's dumping rain in Mexico Guatemala and Belize We could see that rainfall spread across portions of western Cuba perhaps up into the Florida keys and even parts of southern Florida or even Central Florida as we head toward Friday Saturday and the weekend I'm Julie Walker

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Hispanic Americans' Core Values Are Stronger Than Ever

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | 3 months ago

Hispanic Americans' Core Values Are Stronger Than Ever

"When you look at Latin America? You look at the history of our hemisphere, do these families, whether they're from Mexico, Guatemala, anywhere else, is it true that they really have when it comes to the role of men and women, children, education, work ethic. Do they have a conservative culture to begin with? And if that is the case, why have they voted Democrat or not been politically engaged for so very, very long? I absolutely love your question because I can definitely give you some insight in the audience about what that looks like. Look, honestly, the core values you just mentioned about family. And I'm going to add to that. The pro life pause in the Hispanic community to protect the unborn life is stronger than ever. You know, so much so that on March 9th Guatemala, the nation of Guatemala declared itself in a ceremony with their president and key pastors from the country to basically declare that Guatemala is the pro family pro life capital of ibero America, which are all the Spanish speaking nations of the world. So with a statement at that level, nilsa, I didn't see that on the cover of The New York Times or I didn't see a story in CNN about that. Oh, well, surely on Univision, oh wait, not there either. Surely on telemundo oh wait, it didn't make it there either as well. You know, it's crazy that not only is the conservative movement censored on mainstream national television channels, but in the Hispanic networks as well.

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"guatemala g." Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:57 min | 5 months ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Again for sponsoring amateur traveler. And then speaking of volcanos, one of the other popular things to do in Antigua is to hike the volcano called pacaya. And bakaya is an active volcano and up until fairly recently kind of a big attraction with it is that you could see flowing lava. Okay. While you hike, which I'm sure is quite a site, I actually haven't done the hike, but it is quite popular. Right now I've heard the lava isn't flowing, but the ground is still hot. You can feel it and they roast marshmallows over it. So I'm sure that's quite interesting. But also there's a great view. I should tell people, if you have a chance to go someplace safely, obviously, where there is flowing lava and you can see it in a controlled and supervised environment. It is pretty amazing. I bet. To be in front of rock that is so hot that it is liquid. And it's 1500°. I've been close enough to lava. Close enough to touch it in smart enough not to. Oh, good. Three feet away from lava, and it's pretty amazing. But there are only certain times you'd want to do it. To get that close. Yeah. And then finally, the one other thing definitely would recommend from Antigua weather, some coffee farms that you can visit. And Guatemala has amazing, amazing coffee. So it's a great place to learn about coffee growing and how that works. So there's a coffee farm called finca la azotea. That I would recommend they do educational visits and it's a beautiful site and it's quite close to the city. Okay. And I can't translate finco the other day. The farm of the village. Oh, okay. Excellent. And so that's about it. That would very well fill a couple days in Antigua. And then from there, I'd say we are off to atlan, which is just about three hours away. Lake attila land, so it's a huge Crater Lake..

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"guatemala g." Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:19 min | 5 months ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"If I got my bags back on the road I'm heading out there and I'm ready to go looking real good in my passport oh no 15 amateur traveler episode 795 today the amateur traveler talks about Mayan ruins, active volcanos, colonial cities, crafts, and hikes as we go to the Central American country of Guatemala. But maybe not maybe not to the day welcome to the amateur traveler. I'm your host, Chris Christensen, let's talk about Guatemala. I'd like to welcome back to the show Susan met noske from Brooklyn tropical dot com who's come to talk to us about Guatemala. Susan, welcome back to the show. Thank you. Thanks for having me. And I invited Susan back because I enjoyed the talk we did on Oaxaca, not that long ago and Susan pitched me Guatemala. So Susan, what's your connection with Guatemala? So I've just been several times over the years and it's a place that just kind of keeps pulling me back in and I feel like can never kind of get enough of it. I think the first time I went was in 2014 for just about a week and a half trip and really fell in love. It's such a rich culture and such an interesting place. So when I started traveling full time, I ended up going back again for a longer period for two or three weeks and then since then have been back again and again. So it's just one of those places that there's so much to see and learn and do and hear. Excellent. And why should someone go to Guatemala? So I think it's such a diverse place. I think you can do and learn so much in just a week's time. So the country has such a rich culture over half the population is indigenous. And the Maya culture is kind of the strongest ethnic group there. However, within the Mayan culture, there's at least 20 or more distinct ethnic groups and languages. So even within that, there's so much diversity and different traditions all over the country. And then also the nature is really diverse as well. You have everything from tropical coasts and rainforests up to super high mountains. There's a volcano, I think that's almost 14,000 feet. Lots of highlands, jungle. There's so much to see and experience, and then also just the history. It has such a long history. There's a really important Mayan archeological site there to visit. So it really has a little bit of everything for anyone. Excellent..

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Why President Trump Is a Bad-Ass With Tom Homan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:34 min | 5 months ago

Why President Trump Is a Bad-Ass With Tom Homan

"Don't forget Tom's book defend the border and save lives, educate yourself on the threat to our sovereignty. Tom, can you give us a little peek behind the curtain of what it was like in the Trump administration when in comes this guy, he sees the swamp he's elected to build the wall, never done politics before, and then he has to deal with the governments of other nations. When he's talking to Guatemala to Mexico to Honduras, how did they behave? How do you get them not to just open the sluice gates in their countries? Talk about the reality of the other nations who really aren't that vested in helping us? President Trump, that's why, in my opinion, his greatest president, I've worked for and I've worked for 6000 Ronald Reagan. I respect him all, but no one did more to secure our border and president Trump. Look, he's a badass, right? He went down to Central America. He told Central America, we give you millions of dollars, add up to billions of dollars every year to help your country, so you're going to help me. You don't let this third country give me go through. Are you going to sign it? No stupid nice flowery diplomatic stuff. It was just talking. I cut off the purse strings. Mexico is the same reason mascot remained a menstrual program. They put military in the southern northern border. Could you say, you're going to do this? I want to tear a few. So he came in. His number one concern is the safety and security of this nation. He didn't give excuse me. He didn't care. He didn't care. You're going to break that out. Don't worry. He didn't care who you upset. Because his goal was to protect this

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New Migrant Caravan: 'Tell Biden We're Coming'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:37 min | 10 months ago

New Migrant Caravan: 'Tell Biden We're Coming'

"Tell Biden we are coming. The new migrant caravan of border jumpers and line cutters and criminals, new migrant caravan marches through Mexico to U.S. border. We have to change the way that we talk about this. These are not migrants. These are criminals. They have the intent to break federal law and state law and break into our country. Migrants are people that move from Southern California to the central valley to try to get work. That's would be a migrant. And this is nothing more than the movement of people for an economic incentive. The migrants mostly from Central America, South American Haiti are taking the 2500 mile to 200 mile journey to Texas. I'm reading from the Washington examiner. This is interesting. The group was organized through a QR code that allowed participants to register starting October 15th, according to Fox News. Due to the Mexican government banning migrants from hitching rides from truckers, the migrants will have to take the entire journey on foot. Tell Biden we are coming, said one migrant named William from El Salvador, told the news outlet, wait, so they have QR codes that they're organizing with this thing? What is this a rock concert? Let's get QR codes and we can figure out how to illegally enter into the country. Do you know what a QR code is? Some of you might be listening. You don't know what that is. It is when you see on a poster or on television, bottom right hand corner, it's it looks like a barcode, something that you would use at the grocery store and you put up your phone to it, and it helps you join the caravan. You know, we should have a QR code to subscribe to the Charlie Kirk show. That'd be interesting. Not join a caravan. Tell Biden we are coming. The caravan left chula on the border with Guatemala on October 23rd. With hours beginning of their journey the migrants were greeted by a wall of Mexican National Guard troops. This was a joke. The Mexican National Guard should have held the line. But the migrants forced their way to the blockade, continuing their journey to the United States. The caravan is moving north before the reinstatement of the remaining Mexico policy. Border arrests have surged to an all time high, more than 1.7 million in fiscal year 2021. How many getaways have there been, by the way? U.S. customs and border patrol did not immediately respond to questioning for comment from the new the new

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Biden slips into political quicksand amid Haitian migrant buildup

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:46 min | 11 months ago

Biden slips into political quicksand amid Haitian migrant buildup

"Starting off the show. Tonight we have a discussion about joe biden. Apparently he's doing more deportations than trump specifically deporting more asylum seekers than trump did well. Yeah we don't have the other categories of deportations as the numbers that That we came across. And it's a shocking number. I don't know the entire number. But i have here the us Moved over six thousand. Haitian asylum-seekers from the border at del rio so that's just haitian asylum-seekers just recently with you know the whip's did see that. Oh i saw that very scary stuff. There was ice agents. I guess they're ice. Sported patrol agents. Scroll on horseback whipping people catalyst. Yeah like cadillac. Wrangling them with whips and hitting them with the long whip. It looked incredibly frightening and in and scary to be in that situation with a bunch of armed men on horses attacking people who are just trying to escape the hellish life of living in haiti. And do you think the biden voters expected this to happen because the people on the left like biden love to position themselves as the friend of the immigrants they acted like trump was the worst for immigration and right immigration. I mean right. When joe biden got elected like somebody. I know got a deportation letter. Just and they're telling him oh. It's been a lot worse recently under biden. They told him that his friends sorry like his friends. That like is also a legal immigrant. Types may know some other people like that well according to the same place that you're looking here. It's says twitter account. Aj plus they're citing cnbc saying that biden is using what's called title forty two to expel asylum-seekers without a right to a hearing so you know what asylum is right. Yeah when you leave somewhere that is you're gonna die there or they're gonna put you in prison for the rest of your life or thereafter you for for whatever reason and the numbers here are just shocking. According to cnbc under trump and remember trump had four full years. And we're not even through year number one biden four hundred and forty th over four hundred. Forty thousand people were Were expelled under this title. Forty two during the trump administration and six hundred ninety thousand have been expelled under the biden administration under title forty two so that's a tremendous level of increase because if if biden is able to keep up the same amount over the next three years. Yeah he'd be like twenty four hundred weight. It was six hundred ninety thousand right now so yeah that'd be well over two million people well so you know that is just absolutely horrifying because these people if they are indeed being prosecuted or persecuted. They're going to be sent back to likely their deaths or likely to a prison cell. Yeah it's probably worse for you if you try to leave and then they find out about that absolutely it is. Let's see there's other story here from cnbc biden. Administration appeals judges order. This is from less than a week ago to stop. Expelling migrants under trump era pandemic policies. So there was a judge who said they need to stop using title forty. Two and biden is appealing so this is yet another example of how joe biden is more like trumpy than the trump haters thought. That trump was like people hated trump for all these different reasons and biden has continued trump's policies and crank them up. Yeah my friend. Sent me this weird video of biden today. It was him when he was younger. You know he. He's always been in government office. So i don't know what his title was at the time but he was being interviewed. Probably a senator or something. Yeah and he was saying he was saying. What do people think. I care more about bosnia than haiti because it's white people in bosnia and it's you know black people in haiti and then he just went on and said well if haiti sank into the ocean. I wouldn't care just like that was his answer to that was like what is that supposed to mean. Well i'll tell you clear what it means. It means he has no empathy right to say that about another an entire group of people living somewhere on the planet to say they just if they just all died one day he would have no concern whatsoever for that and you juxtapose that against what he says while he's running for office which is to make himself seem like this all caring. Oh the democrats we care about people that's clearly. Bs tel aviv From penn and teller thought he was going to heal us all with his love. Is that what taylor said. Y- you read that on the show. It was numbered teller's lider new saying let pendulum but tell her was going along with pen from what i could see. So presumably teller didn't disagree otherwise he wouldn't have been in the photo op. Yeah just mixed them up. Sorry according to the story here. Cnbc biden administration appealing. A judge's order to stop using a trump era pandemic policy that allows for the rapid expulsion of migrants without giving them a chance to apply for asylum. So they're using covert as the excuse. The departments for his just cove it. That's why we had to have horseback riders with the because of it. It's just you covered. The department of justice filed an appeal of district. Judge emmet sullivan's ruling thursday bars. The federal government from expelling migrants under the public health law known as title. Forty two sullivan. The ruling to go into effect in fourteen days the appeal is the latest move by the bided administration to address the twenty year high surge of migrants from mexico and central america crossing the border illegally which remains a political flashpoint between republicans and progressive democrats title forty two is first introduced by donald trump in march of twenty twenty over concerns about the corona virus pandemic. It gave the government the power to turn back any migrant caught crossing the border illegally regardless of their country of origin to supposedly stop cove nineteen. So if you had managed to escape from north korea and you made it to the united states which is no easy task. Mind you. it's one thing to get here from haiti or guatemala. Or duress or something. It's a whole other story to get here from north korea. But if he'd managed to and they caught. You did it cover. Nineteen you gotta go back to north korea and you back to north korea where you would certainly either be put into a hellish prison labor camp and then of course all your family members have probably already been put into a prison labor camp. Because that's what they that's how they roll over north korea. If you try to escape or you do something bad. They punish your whole family for it. So you know you're going to prison and it's going to be like the worst possible prison labor camp experience basically on the planet right now if they don't just go right ahead and just summarily execute you but this quote from a man at the border a haitian man with two children. He says the. Us government

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12,000 Illegal Migrants Entered U.S. Since Last Thursday

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 11 months ago

12,000 Illegal Migrants Entered U.S. Since Last Thursday

"But I want to talk about what's happening right now at the southern border because literally something like 12,000 illegal migrants crossed illegally into the United States since Thursday night. Or Thursday afternoon. You've got the mayor's down there that are under siege. Asking things like, Where is the vice president who's supposed to be in charge of this? Where is Kamala Who I like to call came my life. This which in Spanish means how bad she is. Where is came A liar is where is Kamala Harris, the vice president. Even Stephanie rule from MSNBC was just asking today regarding the border crisis. Where is our vice president? She was supposed to be in charge of all of this. Check this out. How about the message from our vice president? Where is she? She was supposed to be in charge of all of these migration issues going to those Northern triangle countries. That's obviously not Haiti. That was one of her first international trips with the message. Do not come here illegally. People aren't listening. What is she saying now? Well, we haven't heard a lot from the vice president. Of course, you point out she was focused on this Northern triangle countries. A lot of her work was in Guatemala working with that government. A lot of the diplomacy, which is what the vice president was focused on was with Mexico. And essentially, what we're seeing now is a breakdown of that work with

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US Launches Mass Expulsion of Haitian Migrants From Texas

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:57 min | 11 months ago

US Launches Mass Expulsion of Haitian Migrants From Texas

"The. Us flu haitians cramped in texas border town back to their homeland on sunday and try blocking others from crossing the border from mexico in a massive show of force that signaled the beginning of what could be one of america's swiftest large-scale expulsions of migrants or refugees in decades more than three hundred twenty migrants arrived in port-au-prince on three flights and haiti said six flights were expected on tuesday in all. Us authorities move to expel many of the more than twelve. Thousand migrants camped around bridge in del. Rio texas off to crossing from mexico. The only obvious parallel for such an expulsion without an opportunity to seek asylum was in nineteen ninety-two when the coast guard intercepted haitian refugees at sea. Similarly large numbers of mexicans have been sent home during peak years of immigration but over land a not so suddenly central americans have also crossed the border in comparible numbers without being subject to mass expulsion although mexico has agreed to accept them from the us the pandemic related authority in effect since march. Twenty twenty when the border was closed on sunday. The migrants initially found other ways to cross nearby until they were confronted by federal and state law enforcement. Mexico said on sunday would also begin deporting haitians to their homeland. A government officials said the flights would be from towns near the us border and the border with guatemala where the largest group remains haitians have migrating to the us in large numbers from south america for several years. Many having left the caribbean nation after a devastating twenty ten earthquake. Some of the migrants at the del. Rio cam said the recent devastating earthquake in haiti and the assassination of president. Moe's made them afraid to return to a country that seems more unstable than when they left.

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U.S. Reopens Immigration Program for Central American Children

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Reopens Immigration Program for Central American Children

"Mine administration is accepting new applications for recently reinstated program that helps them minors from central america to reunite with parents in the united states details from npr sprinkle or donas president biden restarted. The obama era program this spring that allows children from el salvador guatemala and honduras to apply to be reunited with apparent lawfully in the united states. The program was terminated by the trump administration after restarting the program the biden administration reopened fourteen hundred cases that had been closed by the previous administration then in july the biden's state department and homeland security department announced that it would expand eligibility to include legal guardians as well as parents in the united states. The white house says tens of thousands of families should be eligible for the program which is seen as a safer alternative to illegal means of

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US Steps Up Effort To Unite Families Separated Under Trump

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

US Steps Up Effort To Unite Families Separated Under Trump

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the bike did been astray shin is expanding efforts to unite families separated under the trump administration the bike that ministration is stepping up efforts to reunite migrant families that were separated under former president Donald trump's zero tolerance policy on illegal border crossings a federal task force initiated a new program Monday in an effort to locate parents most of whom are believed to be in Guatemala Honduras Mexico and Brazil under the program parents who are located will be helped to return to the United States and they will get at least three years of legal residency work permits and support services the American civil liberties union estimates more than fifty five hundred children were separated from their families Mike Crossey out Washington

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Labor Day Could Exacerbate COVID Surge With Millions Still Unvaccinated, Experts Warn

NBC Nightly News

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Labor Day Could Exacerbate COVID Surge With Millions Still Unvaccinated, Experts Warn

"And on this labor day health officials are concerned that the millions of americans travelling and gathering in crowds to mark the unofficial of summer could cause another kovic search. Just as a new school year begins more on that now from guatemala negus tonight. Millions of americans are flocking to vacation hot spots this holiday weekend. Despite a cdc warning the unvaccinated should stay close to home. People aren't vaccinated. They travel the tsa reporting five point. Three million passengers crossing airport security since friday. More than double the number seen at this point during labor day weekend last year. I'm going to disneyworld. Cova numbers in florida scare me. But i'm vaccinated many making their way to stadiums music festivals and beaches across the country yet. The spread of the virus rages on the number of reported cases reaching forty million in the us. Now health experts fear. The holiday weekend could be another super spreader. Justice kids are returning to the classroom. He should especially be cautious about travel if you have children in school or starting school soon because most cases and transmission are likely to happen during travel and those could be cases you carry into the classroom with covert already forcing at least fourteen hundred in-person school closures. Since the beginning of this school year recent data from the american academy of pediatrics indicates more than one in five new cases are in children.

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"guatemala g." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on KQED Radio

"Guatemala. So there is illegal and, uh, less legal way to cross this border. The actual international bridge, an official port of entry is visible from where I'm standing. It's less than a mile down. But this unofficial crossing is the more popular one we watch as people right across the river into Mexico on makeshift rafts. And On top of big inner tubes like you've got two huge inner tubes. You've just got planks of wood, so the most basic kind of transportation They mostly seem to be students and workers. Others cross to Mexico to do their shopping. After all, there is a WalMart in Tapachula. You're in there, though tired looking young men with backpacks hop on alone and in small groups. So one of the things that I'm thinking a lot about as I'm standing on this river between Guatemala and Mexico, is is this warehouse where crust Then I see a well dressed older man in khakis and a pink polo shirt aboard a raft from the Guatemalan side. He's holding a briefcase and he almost seems out of place. You stay there on this to give you an I said So if my extra for it same taking classes at his name is Freddy. He's Guatemalan 60 years old. He works in Mexico as a teacher and says he crosses to Tapachula on a raft because it's easier and faster than the official crossing particularly support Balsam. Busy a pork AI basic case difficult, unpopular in case in the case, Stambolic's he he he, he hinted. With from Mirante. Second, Nothing and you don't have a problem. He's quick to point out that no one bothers him because they kind of know who the locals are. And he doesn't look like a migrant. I wonder what before we move on? I asked Freddie what he teaches, he says Customs. You're a professor who teaches about border crossing and customs. But you're crossing in an illegal crossing his chest also. Zero L A really. That's just how things are here In Tapachula, he tells me.

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Asylum Seekers or Economic Migrants? With Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Asylum Seekers or Economic Migrants? With Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan

"Let's talk about who these people because this isn't really discussed with so is we accept so many people land of immigrants so let. Let's be clear who's coming across the border. My this. this is personal to me. My parents were actual. Refugees got asylum status. Why because my father was liberated from a communist prison where he had been put there for his beliefs not committing a crime but for believing that communism was bad. He was on a shoot to kill list if he was captured. After the hungarian revolution he wasn't going back to prison. He was going to be executed in the street so when he escaped with his seventeen year. Old future live in the refugee camp. After six weeks of interrogation by counterintelligence offices he was given refugee asylum status which is given to those who wear the for religious political or other reasons will be allowed to stay in that country because otherwise they would die. Ob persecuted if they return in the hundreds of thousands of people across the border. Are these people mark. Morgan asylum seekers with refugee status. No they're economic migrants. Your your listeners. Need to pay attention. What you just said you're spot on asylum asylum is if you're a victim of state-sponsored persecution because of your religious beliefs or your your membership in a protected class your political affiliation. That's what asylum it's not for economic conditions. So look i got. You may live and in some harsh economic conditions. And i've got you may live in a city where there's general violence god and that's not good but that is not a balance island quite this administration knows it. Ninety percent of silent claims are invalid and found to at the end receive a court order removal and they know that but they're still encouraging illegal immigration. And who's coming. Is it old mexico. Guatemala and on tourists whose combat she. That's another false narrative of out there. Look this is why we say. It's not just about our public safety. It's also about our national security right now on average border to apprehend illegal aliens from one hundred forty different countries. It's two hundred in the world guys. There's only two hundred countries from one hundred and forty crossing the southern border. Romania ghanistan yemen bangladesh. A golden on everywhere everywhere. It's unbelievable

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"guatemala g." Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on Gangland Wire

"That day. Yes he got into. The bill worn everything and was able to relax the first day or so. He kinda ducking the immigration authorities in Because they made statements public statements that if his work is false he'll be arrest so when doesn't make a lot of sense to me is back here in louisiana. His lawyer jack washerman was down the government. A these guatemalan papers are false. You deported him under false papers. And i guess maybe carlos an effort to avoid being arrested their and water malla later that day he went to the guatemalan authorities. And said yeah. Here's my paperwork yeah. It's legit eight war. So here young carlos saying yeah. This is legit stuff down here. While his hands fake back there apparently the authorities at the beginning they just accepted it. Looked like okay. Well you good to go. Mr marcello have on with a comes out later that heralds had some ties with some hira politicians and of course eventually carlos is imported from while maslesa which adam got into that aspect. Yeah he spent about a month in. Guatemala is like. I said you know when i started doing that. Series of years of analyst information like you were saying earlier life gets in the way some comes up and i've been wanting to do this big story and posed in story in the ncis of the whole thing in his life man. That ain't gonna happen this year. Either i just started doing these little bits and right now. I've gotten to the point where. Carlos is arrested on april twenty first which me wednesday april twenty first. Nineteen sixty one. He's arrested in guatemala or having false papers it takes them another couple of weeks to actually import them out of the country but Though i know the basic story what happens after april twenty first. I don't know all details. You haven't had time travel. I understand the in the days after you know he's told oh you're good to go enjoy guatemalan anything. He has his life. Jackie is daughter. Laurence i believe comes down is brother sammy vincent and his son. Joe they all fly down Wisdom this is the first week is there. So you know all the stories about carlos he spent three days in the jungle could call live and laugh his lawyer mike morale he comes down. Also i mean there's even a picture in while ago poster. Here's even pitcher. Carlos whose son john and his uncle musher. He's actually one on his uncle galeano at a racetrack in guatemala zero. So he wasn't walking through the jump. So but that's that's all. I got right now. All right pretty much mania back. I would imagine they had to do was get up. Some type of plane gets or something and get back. United states air. You know. I don't know what you guys are talking and me. This is who. I am illegal. But i got papers. Yeah but yeah and of course we know ever though yeah different volumes as it is now. There's no computers. Fingerprinting was routed late. New guys like this were the hell connections. I made out. We had these chicago mobsters that basically the attorney general united states. Tom clarke them. Get out early. Because they helped. Harry truman get elected president. Id forty eight so it was different back then when it came to that level of cooperation an politicians and governmental bureaucrats iran the immigration. I answer whatever they called it back then so it was different back then but i could see worried. Just take a little vacation in. He'll let me say that. Carlos he had business dealings in guatemala. Yeah e. imported tomatoes course. He's known as the tomato salesman he important tomatoes from guatemala imported weed from guatemala. Any also had an interest in the shrimping industry. Guatemala in fact is uncle lee. Jay leno had lead of shrimping boats. That tramps in the waters off a tamala. He was based in patterson louisiana fleet at the hab business down there and do says a basic run through what happened after his deported out of guatemala. He was deported into al salvador. And he stayed there for a few days and that he was at a military camp. He stayed there for few days. In some al salvador's military commander damon one day in bylaws point. He's with mike. Is families left on that the louisiana. He's with his lawyer. Mike they're together. They're anelle salvador. Officer comes in and said you're going to be deported. Two doors so get your stuff together. You got five minutes. Whatever they put him on a bus and according to the stories this goes in honduras of through this mountain. Path is still count. As you've seen a movie where it's a drop off yoshiro. Drop off you know down his mouth. This little rhode chugging up apparently when they get about twenty miles into honduras. There's still in the middle of this mountain range. They stopped the bus and they put carlos in might off bus stop. So that's where the walking through the jungle came from. It actually happened decide. Not in the way that olive miss talia. They ended up walking seventeen miles down this mountain. It reached a village. They got a couple of local guides to take him to a town about seventy miles down the field and i guess at one point. The guides started acting a little. Hokey mike in carlos. They weren't good about their chances of actually seeing italy's again. I good chance my carlos they designed to get away from they drop behind and they kind of fall down the sloping being dropped in the side of the mountain. Away from these guys. And that's when carlos broke stories vary. It's either two or three ribs but they ended up making it to a town in honduras. Hannah lose track of what happened. After that pantley. They slept for a couple of days. And now this is i guess. Middle of mayors. A while. Mike marrone he flies back to louisiana Weather's point but in a couple of weeks he makes it back into state now again. It's a different versions of how he makes back. I've heard he came in private plane. Flown by go very private plane flown by berry seal private plane commercial flight shrimping boat from probably lee as trimming one his vote so there is right now as i understand it. There's a book in the works by somebody and it's supposed to be elaboration with joe marcello is sung however i.

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"guatemala g." Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on PRI's The World

"And have measurements that are going to advance our understanding of venus in leaps and bounds. So nasa itself as described venus as hot hellish forgiving but it also has a lot in common with earth. How will studying. Venus help us understand our planet. Okay so basically. If you were an alien astronomer a few tens of light years away with the kind of telescopes and technology we have today and you look at our solar system you cannot tell earth and venus apart. They're about the same size. They're about the same age in the mate of about the same stuff and yet one of them has a surface. That's hot enough to melt. Lead and the other has trees and squirrels and blue skies and the thing is we don't know which of those two outcomes is the one you can expect if you start finding earth size worlds orbiting other stars which were starting to do in fact. We don't even know if the outcome that venus has is something that went wrong or if something made earth extraordinary lookie to give it the outcome it has today so know the more we do. Venus the more people learn about it and get excited about it while. I'm hoping as a self professed venus enthusiasts venus evangelical is that we are going to see a new era of expiration focusing on venus. Just like we've had for mars. The last twenty. Five years paul ryan. How deep is your interest in. Vienna's like do you make an effort to watch transits of venus when it's passes in front of the sun make a confession as a planetary scientists. Actually don't spend that much time looking for details. I i'm spoiled. I look at the images. We get from spacecraft did my phd on mars and i worked on nasa's messenger mission for four years that was the first mission to orbit mercury. I actually didn't really care. But venus which about and about five years ago i began to realize all the questions. We have venus including the possibility that it might actually have started off like earth. And so i've just fallen in love with that weird horrible world and i say this to my friends. You saw the parts and service. Look it's expensive to do venus. It's expensive to develop the technology to land on the surface but just because it's expensive and heart. That's not good reason not to do. Mars look out. Venus is bigger than it appears. Seriously paul byrne the planetary geologist at north carolina. State university speaking with us from raleigh. Thank you very much paul thanks. It's the world support for the world comes from clark university. What a master's degree for a better world. A world where global health environmental justice and international development aren't just buzzwords then clark university's department of international.

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"guatemala g." Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on PRI's The World

"Issue corruption. The conversation that i had with president. John tate today was very frank and very candid and i think this is a quality that he and i appreciate in each other following all of this is diana beltran with the watchdog group. The washington office on latin america. She said harris is right to focus on corruption. And unfortunately over the last several years where you've seen across the region including one tamala has been a backlash against anti anti impunity efforts and increasingly actions by corrupt elites to undermine democracy and the rule of law so as long as we're on the subject explain in simple terms how corruption actually reduces the impact usa to central america when we talk about corruption in guatemala in central america. That we're not talking about a few bad apples of few corrupt government officials that accept bribes. But what we're talking about is systems that have been put in place where corrupt elites and in the case of guatemala increasingly tied to criminal groups have taken hold of government institutions and have used their positions of power to enrich themselves by embezzling millions of public funds at the expense of the majority of the population in a regionally. You're talking around. Thirteen billion that i believe is lost a year to corruption. That means that there's no money. For education building a better healthcare system infrastructure it impacts the ability of governments to respond to natural disasters or climate change impacts security and impacts every aspect of daily life And is that thirteen billion dollars. Just guatemala or all three countries in the northern triangle. That's regionally for central america. So we hear about the three countries of the northern triangle Guatemala el salvador honduras. The people from those countries are most likely to try to enter the us but vice. President harris is visiting only. Guatemala was a talent is in central. America are immense right now. One relations between the biden administration and will kelly government in el salvador very tens. This is a government in el salvador. That has repeatedly taken steps to attack the rule of law to concentrate power in the hands of executive aaron dismantle any real system check and balance in the case of honduras. You know over the last year so the. Us department of justice has been investigating investigated and convicted the president's brother for drug trafficking so it sounds like basically you're saying guatemala may be corrupted. It's the most likely government where vice president harris could get some traction cooperation. I think they started with guatemala by default not by design but i would say that if corruption and the rule of law is not front and center in discussions between the us government and the guatemalan government. That trip could do more damage than good. And i say this because since twenty. Nineteen when the u. n. Lead commission to tackle corruption was dismantled by the previous administration in guatemala. You've seen a consistent effort and actions by the government and by corrupt political and economic elites to dismantle the advances that had been made in the anti-corruption effort. How then can vice president harris hope to help build a model with guatemala. That might show the way forward and stemming migration unfortunately i think the us different administrations have often turned their attention to the region whenever they perceive a crisis and then attention wanes and shifts elsewhere. These are long term challenges. These are deep structural challenges that are going to require a long term sustainable approach and so you know if the administration is committed to helping these societies address these structural challenges. Then we need to commit for the long haul. Adriana beltran is with the washington office on latin america. she's been telling us about the challenges vice president harrison. The white house face on harris's first aren't policy trip to central america adriana. Thank you very much. thank you for. Having sunday's presidential race in peru remains too close to call. It's been an intensely contested election between right wing candidate. Keiko fujimori and popular opponent. Pedro casio the world's latin. America correspondent valencia reports from whose capital. Lima if you watch into these two scenes in downtown lima early this morning you might thought both candidates.

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"guatemala g." Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

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"guatemala g." Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

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"guatemala g." Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

"Appropriate with katrina julia. This is all about helping you. Create a life and business. You hands on with tips tools and technology. It's about the freedom freedom of expression of time of location of an ultimate financial freedom. I understand the struggle. I've been there. I've walked through and continue to lock it. Walking from fear to fate devaluing sell pre to love. Calling and bondage. So it's been a journey as you can see walking dead right there with you on your own green a life and business you learn all the themes about wellness about how about lifestyle and travel. You will learn how creating it and how you can create it too. So who am i. I'm katrina julia. Lifestyle entrepreneur a creator. Welcome to how to create content. Like a boss and mike wada malla addition. I'm super excited to be here with you guys into breakdown how i create content with my guatemala edition. I love to not only create content. Like a boss all around the world but help you hashtag creed it. 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You will learn insights into creating content with vision intention and outlines and how i am doing it and of course if you create with us in the community with the mastermind minor the summit. I give even more hands on and you made love speaking of guatemala. You may love the content like a boss series. I'm sorry you may love the top ten lake. Teton things to do as well as antigua things to do. If you wanna create a life business and community you love this posed and the content like a boss series preview whether you have traveled to places in guatemala intego and lake atitlan are not follow along. Because i promise you you will learn so much in this to apply whether you're traveling somewhere else or your home and your city state and our country. 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I shared a casually inspirational things on facebook or updates from trips. That was it twenty. Thirteen start using facebook for my storytelling and wellness. And i started my instagram account. Twenty fourteen my wellness and herbalife business. Grow twenty five times on facebook alone not typical but possible charlene the power of storytelling and vulnerability and community and of course social media. Twenty fifteen. I began to figure out my style and my flow with lifestyle wellness faith and travel for the website and social media twenty sixteen. I said of strategy structure insistence step-by-step and start immersing myself in training to create online courses. Twenty seventeen the first-round of online courses and social media automation across facebook instagram. And pinterest up twenty eighteen. I narrow down my focus with themes for wellness faith business and travel for the blog. 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"guatemala g." Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

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"guatemala g." Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

"The two times. It did happen cycle. So after the plant medicine shoppe in the garden visited the troops in town which is beautiful and i highlight some images Both on instagram. On the blog. On the show i stopped it. S a floor experiencing their weaving demo in their cooperative with the anna for about half an hour purchased a gift for a friend. I wrapped up my visit there with a beautiful coffee shop and vegetarian tacos. The closest one to the boat launch up here on the left when you're visiting town and it's all outdoors. Aswell high by is a small village. Even smaller than san marcus laguna on so it is definitely intake guatemalan type experience as you wander the streets and they have beautiful water to swim in kayak and it is home to water. Amal was magical italic mundo and visited three times swimming kayaking and stand up paddle boarding and you can see images and videos in the blog and link in the show notes as well as on my youtube channel to definitely. Don't miss out there on a shell are pana as the locals and ex-pats shorten the name anna had challenged the gateway for lake thi. Lanh when you travel to the league this likely will be your first stop and your transfer from the airport or from antigua. guatemala was for over me. I took a car all the way to san marcos when i arrived at the league because that's what i was seeing and i could've gone to panajachel but i wanted to get their easier via car and i realize actually be a boat is easier and faster so it's easier to take a vote to your village and i went to penn at twice. I usually got. My urban lights will attrition Twice in picked it up at their tax office or the office and i visited there admiring. The street are bear which is a beautiful stop to find endless souvenirs leading you back to the late ajilon shores and you can see images of saint francis of assisi church some of the street art and healthcare worker and a reference to joshua when nine upholding the world on. Some of their street are at war and video behind scenes. Some becca petty novel the last Visited during this visit to a land. The lease is that china. I learned about like a cheat. Landa from adventurous key including the not. I stopped at a chelsea gig up. Herbalife package souvenir shaw into a tube to send back in about ten minutes away and visitor on town sitting on the shore. Here is easily doable. At one three hours would attracted visits. Not only my name say but the battle son getting logo with a mission to painting change gooding painting all eight hundred fifty homes ins and becca convenient star and then transforming them use of polly's villages around like a demon into works of our and it's incredible you guys to definitely check out the blog the link the video etc with all the pictures and painting and weaving so let you experience any of my recommendations to visit these places and when i return to the league obesity Polities as well on the other side of the lii some suggested itineraries include one day at a t one guy if you have a short time at the league that you can do this on the blog. It's also on the show. Another potential one is three villages in a day. You would start off the morning and high belly. Doa let us know you could then visit Local near gonna and then finish off at on us highest there for leisurely street market souvenir shopping. Another one could be david dead and infinite possibilities at san pedro. You can have greg breakfast coffee. Who selena's visit a local guatemalan cemetery. They are beautiful. Stop for lunch and abuse of the league off it that i one make cheese. Spend the day creating content in our lounging infinity pool by the league at baba resort number. Six and a half. Today it settled on who. He'll nature reserve sarah sonko. He'll is located in san marcos. Lelik when you exit the boat launch dot walked the left italy if you're facing away from the lake or to the right if you're facing really just like i shared to go swimming while you're swimming during the docs. If you look in the right you'll see the beautiful rock formations and cliffs of the reserve. If you keep walking you may enter my climbing the steps when the lake beach ends and means the rocks of the reserve adam april twenty twenty. One it's three dollars slash twenty to enter an a subject to change. You may walk the reserve. It's beautiful pictures of use of san pedro volcano and the late. The first time i visited explored a few hours journal. The second time i spent about a half a day relaxing on the rock swimming journaling etc number. Seven you've already heard mentioned a couple of times guatemala's magical hotel window. No trip to lake atitlan is clear without at least one visit to attribute adviser called mollahs was magical hotel like i said olindo. It calls village hybrid. Lido home is gold beautiful and breathtaking scenery cliffs and views of the league in volcanoes as of april twenty. Twenty one you need joy. It's beautiful grounds. We eat at their cafe. Which is incredible rent. Kayaks anders erskine paddleboard and our purchase. A day pass for twenty five. Q that is generation to i think a local school experienced their most magical hotel Most magical tell three times swimming kayaking and standup paddle boarding. And i have images and videos bows linked within the blog as well as you number eight locked in shop high s. At no matter where you are on the world street market visit is a great idea. Whether you're in the mood to buy it's great array wayne see the culture and influences of the city the country. If you rather tuned into one. Day in antigua and top guides like san jose. You could read that you know. I love to explore. She'd markets guy is at the nez souvenir street haven. You will love and find out and your family will to the gifts that you bring that you may walk shopping. Rabbi all along and i stopped for coconuts ending goes visits artisan goods in guatemala h- universal with their bold and bright colors at every turn number nine laxed at infinity pool at lake atitlan while they found options are out like a lawn. I found szabo resort right around the corner from a digital november. La airbnb that i shared on creating. I love series and bomber resort in vanity pooling conc- images vise of it on the blog and also on my behind the scenes video through san pedro lacuna guna and one of my day adventures. It is beautiful as infinity pool mirrors swings bridges and with all the late. It's definitely an instagram. Where the haven for my content creators number ten thirty favorites at lake atitlan. Although i do cook at the place. I'm staying andrew. My airbnb over eighty percent of the time. I typically explore foodi favorites one to two times a week. And some of my favorite at san pedro lulla who not included cafe. Christon lena's for new music watermelon breakfast and super fresh you'll find them on the main lake walkway and it's about fifty or seven dollars. A great co working in instagram worthy. I is lot that. Assad has beautiful decor yummy smoothies and pancakes with rape views typically also fifty q. Or seven dollars at like us. I don't know like. I shared the ruckus in their lines. 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"guatemala g." Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

"Spell one hundred sixty gets alice to about three hundred q for a half day workshop about forty and obviously goes to the women and their families with a portion going to hold the make sure you visit their website. Facebook and our message. What's app to reserve a workshop for the demo. You don't need to reserve and the demo is five q so about three to four dollars. But if you buy anything at the cooperative after your demo you don't pay for the demo and of course crisis and promotions are subject to change based on the business and definitely check out the images and video with anna at the cooperative on the blog with the link in the show notes number five visiting villages municipalities around league. T one so no matter where you stayed the late nineteen municipalities around you with twelve villages named after possibles to explore and link in the show notes. I included a super helpful. So you can kind of orient yourself and it's credited to lake thi lanh living so the lake is huge. You guys. and you'll see you right away san marcos or Apostle mark where. I started my time at the league. And then right across you'll see san pedro Which is where. I moved literally right across and balkans and pedro which is the volcano. Uc views of one of the volcanoes. You see us of from san marcus. And then you'll see to the leftist san marcos both san juan lagunas so john and then santa clara laguna which is also close to wear in the ice. Is the indian hike. That likely i'll do next time when it's clearer in the mornings and then you can see on a hatch shell which i referenced earlier which is clear across league. Highly melito is in between san marcos in cruz just to give you a gauge and then santa catarina local talking about and then you can also see several others all in the matter that i didn't visit yet that i am hoping to go back to the league in october and november like san antonio san lucas. So luke said oh the arno which is likely where i will end up seeing this time. Santiago and more so the villages and municipalities vary as much as their occasion. They literally we use a beautiful tapestry. All around the lake sharing different walks culture experiences artisan goods in even languages and in the league and the show notes assurance of images that you can see san marcos and hey droz and one shell highly don santa catharina. I stayed at the lake for five weeks not to explore close to half to give you an idea and i did explore anywhere from wants to three times. A week i started off my venture with san marcos laguna for my first four days. And you can check out my blog and show about glamping by late line. I went back to san marcos to our times to swim by the league and visit. Settles on he'll the nature reserve and the next month as pedro which is larger than said marcos less expensive in quieter now than pre pandemic. I imagine for blocks. I read. if you haven't already you may love my create a life and business. I love series. So my high weeks at the league exports and marcus glamping and visiting two more times san and being all over san pedro at might monthly my months j. san juan la gouda visiting one time. Hey buddy doll a visiting three times. In visiting casa huchon visiting twice and santa catarina law visiting once in their cooperative their peak cooperative each location absolutely has its own flavor varies in size culture and experiences and found. All villages are easily walkable. Once i arrived by boat so obviously gauge you know your own preferences and i love to walk in wonder streets finding new and surprising things along the way the only time he took additional transportation while visiting Sent that non from anaheim shell by taking tube about ten minutes for about thirty or forty five dollars. So san marcus. Laguna is a smaller village with accessible swimming spots. Close to the public old stop. You may easily explorer. Marcos in half to a full day the time you wanna spend swimming visiting set a sample. He'll nature reserve. There is a cooperative of water. Tive right now. It starts with a k. I might have at random later on. It's you and literally run into. It's a two story building is closer to the end of the main street. And it is past. Sam soocer guarded in. Pass la paz and is almost when you end up getting out of the mainstream. It is the my video as well. You see my video instant marcus next. Remember that i also love him. Seora garden in la paz and i ended up staying at bliss. Land belton. so you'd be booking that airbnb you're staying which you can learn all about Via the links here definitely let them know i in our blog and show Verdy stan padres san pedro so peter. The apostle peter is larger and provides access with homes stores in experiences. It is traditionally known as Packers he'd been with an active nightlife. However keep in mind. I visited in april twenty one from And found it relatively quiet and my airbnb was not in the center of town. It was about a half a mile away walking students and about of one hundred steps up. In addition i did not look for nightlife. So it really depends on what your preferences and where you stay although seeks whether you stay here or not a great way to spend your time includes breakfast activists telling us it's amazing visiting guatemalan cemetery enjoying our the daily street market definitely visit before noon and creating content like a boss and Lack seeing at saba resort in their entity pool at lake. A t line. They also have beautiful instagram ables. Fis like the butterfly. Wall at the heart of san pedro laguna when you walk up from the public. Vote to go right on the street and you'll see on your right unless they paint over air change it. There's an image up on the blog. Also let that aside the cafe. I would work at some times as a beautiful elected asset. Good vibes wall and it Definitely a balance at scriptures on walls mayenne attributed street art street markets cafes and more. They can see in the video that i have in the link the show notes and on my youtube channel. So definitely subscribe. Near san juan luna right so john apostle john right. My san pedro said wine is a beautiful town with cultural and artistic experiences immediately. When you walk off the pier into town. He will go up a hill to the left. Exploring artisan crabs paintings for is implant medicines. You may experience Various extreme cultural experiences by asking what they offer. When i visited i stop by plant medicine store for plants eating and digestion and headaches with lyndon so last year i experienced migrants twice and have zero decided of repeating experience so as a result i practice numerous self care practices. Del prevent them and thank goodness. This time around this month around did not with in it's usually happens around or not usually.

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"guatemala g." Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on PRI's The World

"Trump. I always give them unless into phoebe. Does leap top also does entire trans from the new year. The german chancellor pointed out that she doesn't need any lessons on authoritarian regimes. She was after all broach open communist east germany. The relationship never got much better after this many believe things will improve after trump leaves office but pseudo david wolf of the german marshall fund in berlin says trust between berlin and washington has been broken transatlantic. Relationship is not going to snap back to what at once before it will definitely be redefined and there is also a bit of mistrust here in europe. There is a poll today. Let's as if third of europeans don't necessarily trust the united states even though biden. One marco steps down germany's chancellor in september but winning party leadership doesn't guarantee that army lashes will take place in the spring. Political parties will each choose the candidate. They would like to see run the country and it's not a given that lashes party colleagues will nominate him. The country's health minister and the leader of the cd's sister party the csu. The christian social union are both popular with voters also told that lashes has been soft on russia in the past but sue the david whip says. His attitude is likely to have changed. He may have said those things a couple years ago with perhaps companies in his state that have an interest in doing trade with russia. I think his positions will change. And also i think germans have come to look at russia differently as well. Merckel had few years to prove herself as party leader before she became. Chancellor lashes doesn't have that luxury with regional elections in march and a general election in september. Army does never a lot of time to convince the party. And the german public that he's the man to feel angle markle's shoes for the world. I'm warner bari. For twenty five years eight nations that encircle. The north pole along with indigenous communities have worked together to help protect the arctic in recent years at trump administration has threatened that cohesion longtime us state department. Arctic official julie gorlic has watched happened. She joins us now. Thanks for being with us. Julie you've been doing diplomatic work on the architects two thousand five. What was the culture of the arctic council in the years preceding the trump presidency. And how do you think. Overall the trump years change that the council it has been always very collegial. It's a small number of countries for one thing and all of us Except russia our allies And interestingly the relationship between the united states and russia is very good in the arctic. So julie once you started to see the clear position of the trump white house. They're climate change. Denial ism that kind of thing. What were the repercussions of that one. Eighty in washington for the arctic council. It was very difficult The arctic council's its main. Focus as you can imagine his climate change. It does a lot of scientific assessment of the climate and how it's affecting the rest of the planet and how it's affecting region and the people who live there the indigenous people so when the denial ism began it was clear that When the next ministerial meeting came in two thousand nineteen that the discussion would be Awkward because all the foreign ministers with the exceptions of the united states and russia We're clearly focused on the climate impacts in the arctic and how is affecting everything well in a speech in two thousand nine hundred and secretary of state. Mike pompeo spoke at an arctic council summit in norway. he antagonized council members. He said the arctic council's focus on science and research would no longer be sufficient. We're entering a new age of strategic engagement in the arctic complete with new threats to the arctic. And it's real estate and to all of our interests in that. Region julie garland. What did that speech signal to you. It signaled the end of the very positive working relationships. We had across the eight countries. It certainly put a very awkward strain on our relationship with russia. It put the other countries on notice that we were not going to play nice in the arctic anymore. we certainly weren't going to focus on climate and science and that Some even believed from secretary pompeo's speech that he was hoping to turn the arctic council into a security forum rather than a forum for the environment and sustainable development in many ways julie the biden administration represents a worldview similar to the obama years. Climate change is real and serious. Cooperation is favored over antagonism and many aspects of diplomacy in the arctic to qualify. For that. so do you think it will be possible to undo some of what was done. Some of the damage done during the trump administration or is the us of stuck with this stain this reputation. I think the damage will be undone. There was certainly a lot of stress among the arctic states at the end of the bush administration as well which also had a climate. Denial is not quite as prominently as the trump administration. It's a it's a small. Nimble group of countries who are are pretty quick to bend move as necessary according to events and i think everything will be fine after maybe a period of months. What do you think the lasting impacts could be. Well i think the main lasting impact will be wearing a four years from now with another republican administration comes in that is in climate. Denial certainly That create a lot of problems in mistrust but for now. Anyway i think the push will be to get a lot of good work done and hope that things don't get derailed too far for years from now but that that's always a warrior in the arctic council that the united states administration changes every four years. Potentially that could disrupt the work but we find ways to gone and worked through it. As i said you've been working on this since two thousand five. Why are you in this for the long haul. Why you personally invested in this work. It's a very important part of the world That frankly i knew very little about before. I delved into this. Work I don't think a lot of people know that four million people live above the arctic circle. they're mostly indigenous. And they mostly try to live very traditionally and their traditional way of life disappearing appearing And the ecosystem is was rather pristine. It's now shown to be filled with micro particles of plastics and other pollution in the ocean. That we didn't really know his there before. The i started to melt It's it's a really incredible part of the world. it serves the air conditioning for the planet And if if we lose it it's it's it's going. Who knows what will happen with mankind and with lots and lots of species. It's a very very fascinating part of the world and there is a lot that goes on there that most people don't realize to read more about this checkout original reporting by our friends at inside climate news you can find that.

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"guatemala g." Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on PRI's The World

"Are looking for more chaos. They're hoping to see a normalization of political violence. They're hoping for growing more violent far right extremists environment. Also today near the top of biden's to do list addressing immigration many conservatives say softer policies will open the doors to more migrants the counter argument. It's not that simple. And just simply saying people come here. Because policy change i think of reduces are very complex phenomenon to i'm marco werman and it may not exactly be the moon landing. A second hooks were opened but it is cool. How astronauts carefully move wine bottles in space Stories of more today here on the world. i'm marco werman. You're with the world. Thank you for being with us on this tuesday. The last full day of the trump administration tomorrow at noon. Joe biden takes over as president. He's got a lot to tackle near. The top of the list. is immigration reform. Yesterday soldiers in guatemala confronted a large group of migrants. The clash was a direct result of agreements. The trump administration struck with governments in central america. The world's latin america respondent jorges valencia has more. The standoff lasted two days. A group of thousands of migrants had crossed from honduras into what tamala over the weekend and made it just twenty five miles before they were stopped by guatemalan police and military. The migrants bottlenecked into a two lane highway blocking traffic and pleading with authorities to let them through a man who identified himself as we in medicine does from honduras was recorded by a reporter from radio. Progresso room was thousand number years. With god's help we're going forward. We're going to the united states. Santos says but police commissioner nest or diego's stood in front of the crowd and told them no. We need your cooperation dig. Assessor megaphone gigi. Tells the crowd that guatemala's migration authorities have been clear. The migrants must all return to honduras. Must get passports and then legally enter guatemala. the thing is virtually everyone who attends to reach the. Us by foot is extremely poor. Most don't have passports one point. We had met. Santos asks the crowd behind him if they want to return up.

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"guatemala g." Discussed on Best BBQ Show

Best BBQ Show

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on Best BBQ Show

"We possibly can through not only finances. That's that's actually one of the worst things we can do. Just give them money so we actually do projects where we take. Our employees will close. A restaurant per name will go out and we'll help paint a school or You know rent some pressure washers and we'll just go clean the dog pound you know and right now we're working with a horse. Ngo The open. The these some of these courses get rehabbed that have just been through. Poor education malnourished. You know these horses are beautiful creatures and we make sure that that that could save up. Of course it goes along with the country Texas attitude. Too right yeah well I am. You're also on in a totally different landscape Specifically you know people. Keep telling me about this volcano. You're going on you. Tell us more about that. She's yeah so the first two years. I was in Guatemala. Was a tour guide man. This is funny. This is cool and you always have to bring. According to the government you have to bring a local guide up to the top of the volcano with you as a you know how for the the local economy And every time I went up to the volcano when I was working for this tragedy had volcano at least two to three times a week right and every time I went up there the local guides Roy varying down a little bit and they'd put their sandwich for lunch in the mall. Kato they pull it out a bill steaming hot so we started doing a two in one day. I brought up an infrared thermometer. And it's sitting there and it's reading like two hundred and fifteen degrees What's going on here so I got a camera together and we decided Me and my wife decided we were just GonNa take some some meat up. We did the whole the whole journey with a big group and we buried the the meat overnight and pulled it up. The next day was tenders. He can imagine that was beautiful and that was A. I'm guessing the Parker. Whoever controls the volcano had to kind of prove that Cook it question? No it's it's more of an open system. Yeah they'd need to approve it We did we've we've done one on if you've okay knows and we did have to get approval for some of them but this specific. Whoa KENO. I believe is a national park. It is run by the Tourism Organization But it's not as regulated. You can almost do whatever you want up there. And so were you. Did you wrap the meter? Did you build almost like a chamber and then coverage not just wrapped Dug a big hole and because the volcanoes it's just inactive it. It's not dormant yet so it's inactive meat it's got a hot core and The last went office. Nineteen seventy six And actually if you watch the video it's on our facebook page if you watch the video of of the volcano cooked it we did. There's another volcano right next to it. It's actually active. And he goes off between fifty two hundred times a day. It's just constantly going on. Wow Big puffs and if you can imagine like The original atom bomb imagine that one of these volcanic eruptions fifty to two hundred times of Day as about three times the size of whether that ables so these are big eruptions that are going off right next to us like right by mile from US everything to see and hear it through a here you can feel it you can feel the heat coming off of it by as this thing just does all his act another up into the air and is beautiful. It's incredible experience. And so you know because the book as we were on to Okinawa next to each other we were on the one that's just inactive so so the hot core and it'll it'll go off again someday soon maybe and a still hot barbecue hot. Yeah it's cool. I've been meaning a lot of guys from Mexico who are learning to barbecue. And we've been talking about the COD. Cina which is like a cooking in a box or burying old barbecue elegant. The cow had gray and bearing in the ground. So it's interesting to see how even though it's turned into metal tubes that idea of like creating a hot kind of hole and then burying things is still alive. I mean even. I interviewed a Daniel Brown Brown's barbecue a little place actually in Boulder Creek. Like off of a corner bar is. I don't know if you you've been in that area that he He is a descendant of one of the first free black colonies in Texas and they learned from the guys from Mexico to bury it and that turned into stone pits like Wayne Millers and so. I've been kind of hunting down these ideas. We who knows where barbecue started. Or if it's just a cycle where everyone just kinda cooked with fire but it's interesting that the digging the hole in the ground is still kind of you see it in in Hawaii all over the world and you're doing it with a volcano. Yeah that's exactly right. I mean we're using kind of internal core instead of putting stuff on top. Yeah but that's that's interesting You know going back to the roots. I think is what we're all trying to do. You know there's some new modern cooking techniques but really like to get that texture and get that real science meat science the more back to the roots. You go the more you're GONNA achieve the results you want. I think that's so cool. You See said it. Just kidding get into it like that one. I'm sure you learn a lot of history of Guatemala. Just being there people probably tell you all kinds of stories. Yeah The big thing. Guatemala's the banana leaf wrapping in reading things in a banana leaf heard so they've got tamales and they've got certain things erupted banana leaves and cook. And what's cool about a banana leaf? Is it so resilient you can throw in Italy right at a fire? And the protect whatever's inside of it. Let's cooking with that so we can play without a little bit here and there one of the things that I become a real big fan of his What they call a caveman steak or the cowboy steak or they're cooking it right on the cold sear it as one of the things that if you go online and look at some of our videos at some of the things that I really like doing getting right on the coals. Have you ever raptor brisket on banana leaves? And so the foil Having your might be a little genius man. Yeah I mean it's probably more expensive than the foil. I'M GONNA. I need to write that down. That's that's an interesting idea because it makes a lot of sense what you want in a foil which I think could achieve is. You don't want there to be an air gap between the foil and the meat that dries the exterior part of the meat out right. You do want a little bit of crunch The you know the Exterior Bark and you wanted to be a little bit dry. But you can achieve that in other ways so maybe wrapping An entire brisket in a banana leaf. That's you may go man when you make it You'll have to let me know on the plan. A trip do it is so cheap and easy to get to Guatemala right. Now you're in Texas you fly to Houston returned a half hours from Houston by plane. It's it's so easy to get their sounds like the shows. Go Damola you better. You better come to mind spot you know one of the best barbecue on the world is one. I've heard this whole package is so it. Is You know your hat on humidor calling? Lena yes what can you tell us about that smoked with would okay? Yeah so we use White Oak. It's a white oak is one of those rare things men that if you if you can get a good treating a good dry it a good density good moisture content in your would you can just make some beautiful barbecue and Arwood provider Guatemalan nailed. It absolutely nailed it. I work with him on how to get the exact moisture content that we want the right color that we want we get the right density and we actually get to would see one that's a drier and one that's a wetter for longer For the rest of the day and we never have to touch gas. We never have to touch Schiller. Trysofi never have to touch charcoal We are a hundred.

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"guatemala g." Discussed on Best BBQ Show

Best BBQ Show

08:48 min | 2 years ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on Best BBQ Show

"And I think he really scared the crap. Outta me when he was showing me the fire damage that he had had and even the entryway at still have fired. An Emmy and the walls are black. Soot in there. It's a pretty amazing building high in so I just got super shared and you know when I learned about how reversal offset. You can still decide. No fat can Ralph decide and you can do the same drain for the exhaust Mister Designing my own smokers and they're all reversible upset except one near did yeah and You know army of Ev Maze. He makes reverse lows as well also is not that common in Texas but you know they're not unheard of behind it. It's a it's a cool design because you are giving the smoke low more time you are almost slowing it down through the chamber. Exactly and biggest thing for us is direct flow versus reverse flow is weakened pressurize the chamber. That's the biggest thing for us. We're at about five thousand or just a little over five thousand feet. So there's the we get a Lotta leaky meet. If you don't pressure chamber and we pressure as the chamber in two ways first we use water pans. And then the second restrict restrict airflow on the store. You like actually like locking the doors down and xactly so you. It's like a pressure cooker. Almost new were just over ATM. So we're just over one bar at the Just over one atmosphere yeah one atmosphere so it's just a little bit of pressure obviously can't really pressure is like a pressure cooker right. We don't do that. We're being a little bit of the exhaust. Not obviously not like a pressure is an insane device right. But you don't you don't want to risk like an explosion. Yeah no they would never. That's not how it works. Yeah But it's cool that you you you do that much work. I mean it's a lot of people. Just get a bunch of wood and could do and make it work. Well I am not a chef. I can tell you right now. I'm the high chef. I'm engineer right so for me. The cooking is a science. And that's about what it boils down to for me and it's funny because whatever. I'm running around talking to other pit bosses unlike it. How do you do that and I always like? Oh you know the the spices in the this that I'm like me honey. Do that is. It always comes down to texture. You know that's what moisture and accomplish the flavor if do barbecue right the flavors and the meat you don't need a bunch of fancy stuff on the outside we do we do. Franklin's Oh my Gosh I should say on podcast but The Michael Jackson's the half black half white S- something pepper makes and that's it right and It's such a big deal when you can especially being here. It's sort of beef. You know when you can appreciate the quality of beef so much that you want to keep spices and seasoning off of it. You really want to accentuate the meat. You WanNA focus on that. That's a big deal for me. It own any any cook. Any pit boss. And he chef that wants to focus on the raw materials versus dawn. A bunch of stop and methods on it. That's just so much passion right there as the real deal right. Yeah and and I think from my own experiments as well when you put something into a smoker. There's only so much of that. Can you even transfer through? Almost everything is just to become part of the bark may not really gonNA get the garlic flavor out of it and write it might have a subtle texture or something to it. But you really. It's just going to be dark and on the outside unless you start you know then you start talking about competition where they inject and some of that is just crazy Pastrami. That's not a bad idea. But when he like shelvin needles in a in a brisket and I feel like you're you're getting away from a spell again. I really think doing to protect. I'd say most of those texture little bit a little bit of slavery but it's really accentuate that texture. So you you have more than one restaurant in Guatemala. Only as well to to under under under my ownership and going to franchise going well so Franchiser. Trying to go international with the franchise. We're looking at El Salvador this year. I'm going to Columbia this year in Mexico maybe Honduras maybe chilly We'll get some interesting interesting plans for the future. Actually what we're going right now is our beef jerky is a new beef jerky chip Baghdad tonight. Holly Basher each of that Jerky scale. I'll tell you Turkey. I mean I almost bought some. We were at the market earlier when I was like a hint by any I bought like a pastry. Because I knew he wouldn't pay any salad for a week planning on coming here in new Albany Meet this time. We had a bunch of steak last night. And they're like. Can we get you anything else? It was like a little. Sal would be nice the air as budgie ahead of Broccoli Broccoli. Also obviously you have a great brand certified as beef supplying you is it. Is it hard as someone cooking textile to to get other things or are you pretty? Well supplied down there as far as an ingredients meets. It's been super extremely difficult. It is not easy doing overdoing. It is not easy and I wish more people would understand that they don't it's okay. Tell them blame him. It is not easy doing what we do down. Guatemala a lot of people have this weird understanding of where Guatemala is what it is It's just south of Mexico right. It's between Mexico and Honduras Police it's a beautiful country miner. Mine origin which about water mal APP which is also the worst thing for barbecue. Restaurant is it's very culture rich. You've got a lot of indigenous cultures still living in the same way that they've lived for the past few hundred years. You know not much change now. Maybe they got a cell phone so you can imagine a country of like seventeen million people you know. Millions millions sixteen point. Nine million. People are just not interested in barbecue. Yeah so we've been real really Good at targeting are very specific market. We have three hundred thousand people in the country that we target too. And we're very lucky that the that the people that we do have become loyal we own about eighty five ninety five percent of the market for Barbecue. we've taken some steps to register the brand bbq to make sure that we own space and They were just waiting for the day that we central market but yet getting materials We don't get backs paper Everybody should have waxed paper right. We'll get it. We'll get what your paper down there. It's really us We were cooking and aluminum wrapping up. An aluminum still textile. Still Take the style in the right part of Texas Nagri. I agree yeah But Yeah so. There's just you know we we didn't originally get brisket down there for a long time and Luckily she came down and Endless brisket and we started bouncing and from then on with beautiful beautiful piece of me. We'll have been learning a lot about never example. Heb In Texas doesn't necessarily have a brisket from Cab but in Mexico by all the beef at HP in Mexico it's gap so it's It's it's pretty interesting to seek out of the ways things work Did you have a challenge? You know I. I've interviewed People California In New York at in places where they don't get you know a tray they don't understand like eating off the paper though. Did you have to kind of adapt to what people expected of you? I'm sure that I cook people like what are you doing this. Oh definitely definitely so. Educating the market is one of the things that we were doing a lot of in the beginning and we pretty much stopped right Understanding how marketing works in Barbecue. You know you just. It's best to just go after Let let your clients tell the story to their friends right. So what we focus on as we focus on was called. Oto Online to offline so we create the story that people tell other people so when they come into a restaurant and they have an experience you know for example or waiter would go to a table and go. Hey look the puppies barbecue vespers. Getting one Ma right and then that person leaves or store and they go and they sell. Their friend is an advocate..

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"guatemala g." Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala g." Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Guatemala, Honduras, Adele, Salvador, or no money goes there anymore. We we giving them five hundred million dollars were giving him. Tremendous aid. We stopped payment. President says sealing the border would have the added benefit of slowing down drugs flowing into the country threatened with a congressional subpoena for a full clean copy of the Muller reports. Attorney general William bar has written congressional leaders to say that report would subsections blacked out will be handed over to them by mid April. If not sooner Barr says he's required to redact, national security and grand jury matters and information about third parties, not charged the White House Barr says will not get an advanced copy the president's attorney Rudy Giuliani telling FOX's Sean Hannity. He's not concerned if they had a few nasty faction there. I'm ready to slam it down their throat because we have an eighty seven page report, which we will use. And there are some things that the special counsel did that I don't think they're gonna want people to hear a spokesman for former vice president Joe Biden. Responding to a claim by former state candidate in Nevada that Biden put his hands on her and gave her an unwanted kiss during a two thousand fourteen campaign events saying in a statement that neither then or in the years since it by the staff with him at the time have any inkling that mrfloor is had been uncomfortable at any time, nor do they recall the incident. She describes former Lieutenant governor candidate Lucy floor is an op Ed for New York magazine's the cut website says she's getting up now because with Biden considering a presidential run. She couldn't keep it. Bottled up any longer..

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