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"hallo  germany" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

04:54 min | Last month

"hallo germany" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by Dr Stephen Nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past travel back in time as we look the people events and even the places that have shaped the story of Christianity. This is our story family history. Let's get started. Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history. On this episode, we're talking about a composer George, Frederic Handel and I resist the urge to have upon here and say that we going to get a handle on handle. But let's get a handle on hindle. He was born in sixteen, Eighty five in Hallo- Germany the importance of that year is it was the same year as the birth of Johann Sebastian Bach sixteen eighty five was a great year for the birth of composers apparently, and now Bach to handle and I promise. I'm done with punts. Well handle was originally set to be a lawyer but he loved music and he quickly showed his prowess as an organist and at composing, and so he said off to be a musician. He spent some time traveling around Italy and then he was musician for the elector of Hanover. Now, the importance of the elector of Hanover was that he was the heir to the throne of England and when Queen and died childless the elector of Hanover became King George the. First of England handle moved with him to London and the year was seventeen off and from then on hand spent the rest of his life in Britain, and he's while born in Germany and German descent is known as an English composer under George. The first t founded the Royal Academy of Music, which he directed for fifteen years early on in London Handel composed for King George the first his famous water music or as in handles beloved German Tongue vassar music. The first time it was performed for King George loved it so much. He ordered it played again and then he ordered it played again. So debuted three times in a row in seventeen seventeen. After. He finished his time handle finished his time at the Royal Academy of Music. He spent much of the Seventeenth Thirties writing operas, and then he said about to write what might be considered his magnum opus the Messiah. Handel. was by all accounts obsessed with work. We would say today a workaholic and he poured himself into his work as a composer as a musician. Sadly in seventeen fifty one he went blind and then in seventeen, fifty, nine, the age of seventy four he died in, London? He was buried in Westminster Abbey and of course, the grand organ of the Abbey and the choir played his beloved. Messiah. Handel one said I should be very sorry if I only entertained them referring to the people who listen to his music, he wanted people to not only be entertained but to beat moved by his music and that was certainly the case with the Messiah. The Messiah was first performed in Dublin on April thirteen, seventeen, forty two it was performed the next year in London and King George the second was in the audience attending and when he got to the chorus for part to the Hallelujah Chorus King George, the second was moved that he stood up, and of course, when the king stands everyone else stands in. So the whole theater stood alongside of the king and that started tradition of standing during the Hallelujah course. The Messiah is in three parts. Part one begins with prophecies of the. Coming Messiah from Isaiah and Psalms, and takes us right to the shepherds watching their flock at night on Bethlehem's hillsides. Then part two covers the passion, the suffering in-depth of Christ and ends with that Hallelujah course part three picks up with Christ's resurrection and continues with his ascension and what theologians call his present session in glory, and then it ends with the day of judgement to come as the Messiah the king comes in glory. Well, that is Handel's Messiah and when he was finished writing the musical score, he signed it s D. G. Solely Dale Gloria. I'm Steve Nichols, thanks for joining us for five minutes and Church history. For more information or to listen to past episodes, please visit five minutes in Church history.

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Who Was George Fredrick Handel

5 Minutes in Church History

04:20 min | Last month

Who Was George Fredrick Handel

"Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history. On this episode, we're talking about a composer George, Frederic Handel and I resist the urge to have upon here and say that we going to get a handle on handle. But let's get a handle on hindle. He was born in sixteen, Eighty five in Hallo- Germany the importance of that year is it was the same year as the birth of Johann Sebastian Bach sixteen eighty five was a great year for the birth of composers apparently, and now Bach to handle and I promise. I'm done with punts. Well handle was originally set to be a lawyer but he loved music and he quickly showed his prowess as an organist and at composing, and so he said off to be a musician. He spent some time traveling around Italy and then he was musician for the elector of Hanover. Now, the importance of the elector of Hanover was that he was the heir to the throne of England and when Queen and died childless the elector of Hanover became King George the. First of England handle moved with him to London and the year was seventeen off and from then on hand spent the rest of his life in Britain, and he's while born in Germany and German descent is known as an English composer under George. The first t founded the Royal Academy of Music, which he directed for fifteen years early on in London Handel composed for King George the first his famous water music or as in handles beloved German Tongue vassar music. The first time it was performed for King George loved it so much. He ordered it played again and then he ordered it played again. So debuted three times in a row in seventeen seventeen. After. He finished his time handle finished his time at the Royal Academy of Music. He spent much of the Seventeenth Thirties writing operas, and then he said about to write what might be considered his magnum opus the Messiah. Handel. was by all accounts obsessed with work. We would say today a workaholic and he poured himself into his work as a composer as a musician. Sadly in seventeen fifty one he went blind and then in seventeen, fifty, nine, the age of seventy four he died in, London? He was buried in Westminster Abbey and of course, the grand organ of the Abbey and the choir played his beloved. Messiah. Handel one said I should be very sorry if I only entertained them referring to the people who listen to his music, he wanted people to not only be entertained but to beat moved by his music and that was certainly the case with the Messiah. The Messiah was first performed in Dublin on April thirteen, seventeen, forty two it was performed the next year in London and King George the second was in the audience attending and when he got to the chorus for part to the Hallelujah Chorus King George, the second was moved that he stood up, and of course, when the king stands everyone else stands in. So the whole theater stood alongside of the king and that started tradition of standing during the Hallelujah course. The Messiah is in three parts. Part one begins with prophecies of the. Coming Messiah from Isaiah and Psalms, and takes us right to the shepherds watching their flock at night on Bethlehem's hillsides. Then part two covers the passion, the suffering in-depth of Christ and ends with that Hallelujah course part three picks up with Christ's resurrection and continues with his ascension and what theologians call his present session in glory, and then it ends with the day of judgement to come as the Messiah the king comes in glory. Well, that is Handel's Messiah and when he was finished writing the musical score, he signed it s D. G. Solely Dale Gloria.

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on World News This Week

World News This Week

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on World News This Week

"Doing some very strong things to Turkey so that they take it a little bit easy on really competition that is. I don't think it's big fairly treated in many ways. Okay we have a very good relationship. Zip with Kurtz at the rally. The president defended the troop withdrawal. We don't have any soldiers because we've left we won. We laughed. Take a victory United States eight. We laugh take a victory take during a Turkish artillery round landed near US special forces in Syria A. US official confirmed Friday Friday the official tells. ABC News the service members have been moved to a new position as Turkey pushes deeper into Syria. Military personnel also are unhappy about the president's sounds decision to pull troops from the Turkey Syria border. This is absolutely gut wrenching inside the special operations community to have to watch the men and women who they have partnered with in the fight against Isis be abandoned. There is real anger among these special operators who see as dishonorable and this. This is not because the military wants to stay in Syria forever. It is how this was done abruptly against the advice of senior people and with no no regard for consequences for those behind. ABC News Chief. Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz reporting from Washington the NBA finds itself caught in the middle of of an overseas conflict. This is Jim Ryan after seeing images of the pro democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong Houston Rockets. Gm Daryl Morey tweeted tweeted his support for the protesters angering some of the NBA's partners and sponsors in China the NBA itself issued a statement distancing itself from those comments even rockets star. James Harden says we love Tyler. We love new planner. Maury might not have realized that tweeting fight for freedom stand with Hong Kong would create a worldwide meltdown. American basketball is huge in China at NBA. Commissioner Adam Silver is walking a fine line supporting Moore. He's right to speak long held. The values of the NBA are to support freedom of expression by members of the NBA Community while he tries to put out two potentially multibillion dollar fire the controversy over the NBA's response has at least temporarily brought some political rivals together. Republican Senator Ted Cruz tweeted quote. I was proud to see more call out. The Chinese Communist Party's repressive treatment of protesters in Hong Kong Democratic presidential hopeful Beto O'Rourke agrees with cruise adding quote the only thing the NBA. I should be apologizing for is their blatant prioritization of prophets over human rights. Jim Ryan ABC News Staying Overseas German. Authorities are investigating a deadly attack on a synagogue during a Jewish holiday. ABC's James Longman is in Hallo- Germany a city in shock. After a suspected far-right extremists opened fire near a synagogue. In Germany he killed two people and injured more all this on the holiest day in the Jewish calendar Yom Kippur instruct locations targeting cynical during holiday services and attempting to storm inside where many taken shelter funding doors locked. He tried unsuccessfully to detonate a makeshift bomb. One Carter he wanted to throw like a hand. Grenade or a firecracker but it bounced off the door frame and exploded. This man says police say the shooter then left the scene killing his first victim nearby before striking a Kebab shop just a few blocks away where another person was shot and killed after fleeing police were able to traces getaway car the wrestling him some three hours later according to JEM in media reports the the suspect Stefan ballot was possibly motivated by far right extremism. The suspect live streaming the attack on twitch a social media platform used for gaming witnesses. Say he he made hateful comments about Jews moments before getting out of the car and approaching the synagogue in a statement. ABC News Twitch Says Twitch Zero Tolerance Policy against hateful conduct act and any act of violence is taken extremely seriously back home in Texas. The alleged gunman accused of killing twenty two people inside a Walmart. In El Paso appeared in court on Thursday. The man accused of murdering twenty two innocent people stoic being led into a pack El Paso Court Room wearing a sport coat and glasses. Patrick Crusius said little. Some of the families of his alleged victims watched review the Allen Texas native pleading not guilty not to capital murder charges August. Police say the twenty one year old droves six hundred miles to El Paso just minutes from the US Mexico border armed with an assault style. Weapon panicked shoppers. Diving under tables for cover after surrendering police say Crusius told told authorities. He drove to this border town because he wanted to kill as many Mexicans as he could. ABC's Marcus more reporting ABC News heard exclusively this week from and journalist Ronan Farrow in his new book Pharaoh accuses his former employer. NBC of killing a story about Harvey Weinstein the book also details new sexual misconduct conduct allegations against former NBC. Anchor Matt Lauer in Ronin Pharaohs Upcoming New Book Catch and kill the investigative reporter details. What he says were powerful all attempts to stifle the reporting that ultimately spark the explosive scandal? And the METOO movement in August of two thousand Seventeen Pharaoh says he thought he had enough of the story including secretly recorded audio of Weinstein provided by an alleged victim. Willing to be named Ombu. Gutierrez was a kind of aggressive. I I used to that. Pharaoh also says he had an accuser and shadow non corroborating witnesses and he believed he could convince in some accusers to go on the record. But instead of airing the story or encouraging more reporting Pharaoh rights he was told by NBC News Executives to pause on all reporting cancel cancel interviews and according to Pharaoh and we see news. President Noah Oppenheim questioned whether Harvey Weinstein's comments on the tape were even newsworthy. Reportedly saying I don't know. Would it proves he's trying to get rid of her people. Say a lot of things when they're trying to get rid of a girl like that Pharaoh kept going ultimately taking his reporter to the New Yorker magazine Pharaoh says is he was told by Noah Oppenheim that he could take elsewhere saying right now. We can't run this. Go with God. The story one Pulitzer Prize this week in a memo to NBC. AC News Steph chairman. Andy lack maintain that when Pharaoh presented his reporting NBC. He didn't have one victim or witness on the record saying Farrell simply didn't have a story worry that met our standard for broadcast then with the metoo movement in full swing another stunning fall breaking news overnight Matt Lauer fired for what. NBC said was sexual misconduct the former NBC employee behind the Complaint Brooke Nevels spoke out to Pharaoh for the first time accusing lower in graphic detail of raping her in a hotel room while at the two thousand fourteen Sochi Olympics on assignment as Meredith Vieira's producer in an open letter this week lower adamantly. Mitzi denies the allegation saying it was mutual and completely consensual and calling levels of fully enthusiastic and willing partner going on to have several more consensual Joel sexual encounters at his New York City apartment and his office at thirty rock until ending what he called an affair. Pharaoh says Neville's acknowledges the encounters and and this week she responded to lower saying statement was classic victim Shaming and saying the shame in. This story belongs to him that was. ABC's Linsey Davis in Los Angeles Angeles fast moving. Wildfires have destroyed dozens of structures officials ordered about one hundred thousand people to evacuate as the flames closed in on their neighborhoods hoods at least two deaths were confirmed as a Friday. ABC's Matt Gutman is near the fire. Line the scene apocalyptic firefighters rolling in many engulfed in curtains of smoke their hoses. Not enough to douse this infernal. Health escapes here. Fueled by winds gusting up to sixty miles per hour. The fires gridlock blocking rush hour traffic as thousands were forced to evacuate this family cutting. It close narrowly escaping the encroaching flames overnight overnight. We went into that trailer. Park was so many homes. Were still ablaze. Young going off those pops at ammunition inside the house firefighters here or after overwhelmed police later declaring it a crime scene children at a nearby school sheltering in place cowering. The windstorm brought the fire dangerously. Close Jackie Bradley. spiriting his daughters out of there I take off on foot basically around all of them. Because I'm not taking no for an answer I'm getting into the school. Got My daughter. got a couple of other kids our With that I know got them out of their massive destruction despite unprecedented precautions utilities companies shutting off the power to millions aliens in California ahead of that critical fire weather but that trailer park fire started when a trash truck caught fire a nationwide united auto workers. Strike is closing on the one month mark with little sign of progress between negotiators. WGM Vice President. Dennis revealing he met with General Motors. CEO Mary Barra this week to talk about the a strike in to try to end the nearly four week. Long stalemate he says bar requested all committees worked to resolve.

"hallo  germany" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on People of the Pod

People of the Pod

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on People of the Pod

"Of the pot brought to you by AJC mm-hmm Remco lean who's acting director of AJC Berlin joins us now from Berlin to discuss the anti Semitic attack on Yom Kippur afternoon against the synagogue in Hallo- Germany. REMCO thank you so much for joining us of course thank you renew now tell us what happened this week in Hallo- saw yesterday at around noon we got the first thoughts that was his shooting in which is a rather small city in the eastern part of Germany and immediately I messages we received so you know they were talking about there was a shooting at the synagogue on near the synagogue it wasn't like really clear from the beginning but you know if you hours in you know that AH story developed became pure and Kira that this terrorist tried to attack synagogue in other and it wasn't able doing that so he couldn't enter synagogue and because he wasn't like really sophisticated but sadly enough he was able to kill two random people in Holler and so that's like the short version of what happened yesterday it's interesting because when he didn't succeed to get into the synagogue thank God he shot someone if I understand correctly you shot someone on the street and then he drove to a Kebab restaurant which is kind of almost a a symbol of immigration and shot someone there you know it kind of speaks to the ways in which Jews and immigrants and Muslims uh-huh are kind of all targeted in certain situations by the same people of course yes but I guess I I really need to stress that I mean he obviously streamed his terror attack in the Internet and of course he's a racist and of course he hates Muslims but that's what I've learned from people who have seen the video and the livestream you put on the Internet and he immediately starts all this video denying the Holocaust and saying that behind all ills in society the Jews so you know it's main target and his main goal was to kill Jews from that's synogogue and you know after he failed of course he just passed by a Kebab shop and so again I haven't seen the video just you know I can only tell from you know whatever it in the news because I really don't need to see this bet she more or less really okay then you know I'd take the shop and so people there but again like you've gotta logical driven by hatred for Jews and Jews were his main targets and so I guess we really need to stress yeah we saw something similar last year in the shooting in Pittsburgh at the synagogue in Pittsburgh here in the US where the shooter was apparently driven of course by his hatred of Jews but specifically it was the fact that the synagogue had hosted like a a welcoming refugees event and he saw that as you know this kind of very classic Anti Semitic idea of the Jew as puppet master wielding all of the elements of society that you know he has a part of the so-called master race thinks of as savory so his way of pushing back against immigration was he basically felt that he was going to the source which to him was the Jews of course I mean the plays a problem you know guy who was an anti Semite very likely to be a racist and is very likely to hate Muslims so that all goes hand in hand but again like you was mainly driven by his tantric for his anti Semitism and so we ah we we just have to keep in mind and I mean again like you know these people that are always racist at the same time and I mean he he already in this video again I haven't seen it but just altruism some transcripts he also said like that you know feminism is the driving force behind declining birth rates investments ladies and you know that opened the gate you know for the refugees and you know by the Jews or letting all this migrant so of course you know there's always part of the apology of like people like him what did you think Remco of the response across Germany yesterday what happened both governmental and civil society Eddie and is it the right response so in terms of governmental responses security was a short up around Germany and this is still the case and all states as far as I know and we'll keep it this way for the foreseeable future and in terms of civil society Heidi I mean we had a few gatherings I mean we had to here in Berlin with a few hundred at these there were other gatherings and other cities and I attended the gathering here in Berlin and thankfully the chancellor showed up and express solidarity with the Jewish community but still I mean you know Berlin in the city ah like three and a half million people and you know three hundred people showing up that much I also have to stress that we had a case on Friday today I mean you know this week was very busy they could guy tried to enter to negotiate in Berlin with a knife and and AL sheltered slurs Israel so nobody wants their you know to so they're sort of a you know in this case so it's very sad that obviously people have to die people you know come out and shoulder so verity with the Jewish community I'm glad that you bring that up Remco because in just the past seven days there have been they've actually been to anti Semitic attacks or really attempted attacks in Germany of course the shooting and hollow which made international headlines but also this attempt to bring into a synagogue in central Berlin on Chabad by someone who if I understand correctly it was a Syrian refugee screaming Allah who are men the F. Israel he wasn't quite so polite as I was you know it really highlights for people the fact that anti Semitism is not something that only comes from the far right and it's not something that only comes from radicalized Muslims but it comes from both of those sources also comes from the far left do you think that in Germany there's an awareness in an appreciation for all the different sources of Anti Semitism today unfortunately not because as coming anti-semitism just thinking what PDF's and all this anti Zionism but we have also an anti Semitism mainstream society so it's coming I'm from all corners and you know people are very good at you know always like picking v. anti-semites their own ideology meeting like you know the Nafta's always pointing to the right the Conservatives always pointing to the left and I don't have the feeling that there's a deep understanding of how fundamental problem is that it's been political dishes are outlooks and this is a problem that we have like an all corners of society and not just in just one on one of my friends put out on twitter that a friend of his WHO's a rabbi in Hamburg Germany that he had requested police protection for Yom Kippur Synagogue and was re accused the police actually told him that they didn't understand why the synagogue would need protection do you think that this is a turning point is this going to be a seminal lament in Germany's understanding of the resurgence of antisemitism. Do we think that in the future police will recognize that Jews need to be protected I can only also but nowhere in talking about security you can say that we are talking about the bigger cities in Germany prank for Berlin Munich The the security is already good thought you know when you go to Jewish communities and spawners cities I mean as we've seen yesterday and you know there was not even police officer in front of this and I walk on poor and this is something that is just simply unacceptable and I've been in today and I would can you to be tomorrow and contact with authorities and officials and stressed that you know this right knowledge like the most important thing that you know security not the most important right on that every community every community every Jewish institution has to have proper protection in Germany and not only right in our you know the next three weeks but permanently because what happened yesterday can happen again and that you know a Jewish community doesn't have depiction is unacceptable and it's acceptable that's security and you know the life of Jews in Germany depend on you know how thicker doors because you know people didn't die yesterday in the synagogue you know thankfully didn't happen because the doors to the terrorist wasn't able to enter the synagogue and gave up for and again like right now the most important thing is that security is tightened in every community and for every Jewish institution in Germany so that's one thing you know what are we specific clearly looking for Germany to do and really we can broaden this to to all of Europe what needs to happen now to ensure that Ju- stay safe for all we have to recognize the problem very very cuny and we have to understand the problem the right Muslim in the mainstream we have to address it properly we have to make sure that this is after we've tested and analyze that there action taken and that you know civil society supported in their efforts to counter anti-semitism and you know there are a lot of great civil society league groups that we as AJC in Berlin work with and doing an awesome job and what they're doing and you know they have to have the proper funding because this is nuts the politicians have to look into to see you know where we can tighten the law and that these people are at a guy like the guy on Friday you know it's not released it almost immediately and because they said there were no grounds on holding him which is you know he obviously tried to murder juice so that's not a reason to hold somebody in custody you know what is well Remco we're glad to have you on the job we know that there is much.

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Two dead in German synagogue attack on Yom Kippur

People of the Pod

11:20 min | 1 year ago

Two dead in German synagogue attack on Yom Kippur

"Remco lean who's acting director of AJC Berlin joins us now from Berlin to discuss the anti Semitic attack on Yom Kippur afternoon against the synagogue in Hallo- Germany. REMCO thank you so much for joining us of course thank you renew now tell us what happened this week in Hallo- saw yesterday at around noon we got the first thoughts that was his shooting in which is a rather small city in the eastern part of Germany and immediately I messages we received so you know they were talking about there was a shooting at the synagogue on near the synagogue it wasn't like really clear from the beginning but you know if you hours in you know that AH story developed became pure and Kira that this terrorist tried to attack synagogue in other and it wasn't able doing that so he couldn't enter synagogue and because he wasn't like really sophisticated but sadly enough he was able to kill two random people in Holler and so that's like the short version of what happened yesterday it's interesting because when he didn't succeed to get into the synagogue thank God he shot someone if I understand correctly you shot someone on the street and then he drove to a Kebab restaurant which is kind of almost a a symbol of immigration and shot someone there you know it kind of speaks to the ways in which Jews and immigrants and Muslims uh-huh are kind of all targeted in certain situations by the same people of course yes but I guess I I really need to stress that I mean he obviously streamed his terror attack in the Internet and of course he's a racist and of course he hates Muslims but that's what I've learned from people who have seen the video and the livestream you put on the Internet and he immediately starts all this video denying the Holocaust and saying that behind all ills in society the Jews so you know it's main target and his main goal was to kill Jews from that's synogogue and you know after he failed of course he just passed by a Kebab shop and so again I haven't seen the video just you know I can only tell from you know whatever it in the news because I really don't need to see this bet she more or less really okay then you know I'd take the shop and so people there but again like you've gotta logical driven by hatred for Jews and Jews were his main targets and so I guess we really need to stress yeah we saw something similar last year in the shooting in Pittsburgh at the synagogue in Pittsburgh here in the US where the shooter was apparently driven of course by his hatred of Jews but specifically it was the fact that the synagogue had hosted like a a welcoming refugees event and he saw that as you know this kind of very classic Anti Semitic idea of the Jew as puppet master wielding all of the elements of society that you know he has a part of the so-called master race thinks of as savory so his way of pushing back against immigration was he basically felt that he was going to the source which to him was the Jews of course I mean the plays a problem you know guy who was an anti Semite very likely to be a racist and is very likely to hate Muslims so that all goes hand in hand but again like you was mainly driven by his tantric for his anti Semitism and so we ah we we just have to keep in mind and I mean again like you know these people that are always racist at the same time and I mean he he already in this video again I haven't seen it but just altruism some transcripts he also said like that you know feminism is the driving force behind declining birth rates investments ladies and you know that opened the gate you know for the refugees and you know by the Jews or letting all this migrant so of course you know there's always part of the apology of like people like him what did you think Remco of the response across Germany yesterday what happened both governmental and civil society Eddie and is it the right response so in terms of governmental responses security was a short up around Germany and this is still the case and all states as far as I know and we'll keep it this way for the foreseeable future and in terms of civil society Heidi I mean we had a few gatherings I mean we had to here in Berlin with a few hundred at these there were other gatherings and other cities and I attended the gathering here in Berlin and thankfully the chancellor showed up and express solidarity with the Jewish community but still I mean you know Berlin in the city ah like three and a half million people and you know three hundred people showing up that much I also have to stress that we had a case on Friday today I mean you know this week was very busy they could guy tried to enter to negotiate in Berlin with a knife and and AL sheltered slurs Israel so nobody wants their you know to so they're sort of a you know in this case so it's very sad that obviously people have to die people you know come out and shoulder so verity with the Jewish community I'm glad that you bring that up Remco because in just the past seven days there have been they've actually been to anti Semitic attacks or really attempted attacks in Germany of course the shooting and hollow which made international headlines but also this attempt to bring into a synagogue in central Berlin on Chabad by someone who if I understand correctly it was a Syrian refugee screaming Allah who are men the F. Israel he wasn't quite so polite as I was you know it really highlights for people the fact that anti Semitism is not something that only comes from the far right and it's not something that only comes from radicalized Muslims but it comes from both of those sources also comes from the far left do you think that in Germany there's an awareness in an appreciation for all the different sources of Anti Semitism today unfortunately not because as already right they said you know we have anti-semitism on the right that we have seen today although we are their Muslim anti-semitism which it's Friday here in Berlin we have the coming anti-semitism just thinking what PDF's and all this anti Zionism but we have also an anti Semitism mainstream society so it's coming I'm from all corners and you know people are very good at you know always like picking v. anti-semites their own ideology meeting like you know the Nafta's always pointing to the right the Conservatives always pointing to the left and I don't have the feeling that there's a deep understanding of how fundamental problem is that it's been political dishes are outlooks and this is a problem that we have like an all corners of society and not just in just one on one of my friends put out on twitter that a friend of his WHO's a rabbi in Hamburg Germany that he had requested police protection for Yom Kippur Synagogue and was re accused the police actually told him that they didn't understand why the synagogue would need protection do you think that this is a turning point is this going to be a seminal lament in Germany's understanding of the resurgence of antisemitism. Do we think that in the future police will recognize that Jews need to be protected I can only also but nowhere in talking about security you can say that we are talking about the bigger cities in Germany prank for Berlin Munich The the security is already good thought you know when you go to Jewish communities and spawners cities I mean as we've seen yesterday and you know there was not even police officer in front of this and I walk on poor and this is something that is just simply unacceptable and I've been in today and I would can you to be tomorrow and contact with authorities and officials and stressed that you know this right knowledge like the most important thing that you know security not the most important right on that every community every community every Jewish institution has to have proper protection in Germany and not only right in our you know the next three weeks but permanently because what happened yesterday can happen again and that you know a Jewish community doesn't have depiction is unacceptable and it's acceptable that's security and you know the life of Jews in Germany depend on you know how thicker doors because you know people didn't die yesterday in the synagogue you know thankfully didn't happen because the doors to the terrorist wasn't able to enter the synagogue and gave up for and again like right now the most important thing is that security is tightened in every community and for every Jewish institution in Germany so that's one thing you know what are we specific clearly looking for Germany to do and really we can broaden this to to all of Europe what needs to happen now to ensure that Ju- stay safe for all we have to recognize the problem very very cuny and we have to understand the problem we have to understand the problem is in you know we find this problem in every corner of society the leftist the right Muslim in the mainstream we have to address it properly we have to make sure that this is after we've tested and analyze that there action taken and that you know civil society supported in their efforts to counter anti-semitism and you know there are a lot of great civil society league groups that we as AJC in Berlin work with and doing an awesome job and what they're doing and you know they have to have the proper funding because this is nuts something that the state can just do so we need the support here and the civil society and yeah so that would be like the two immediate steps and certainly I mean just talking about Germany I mean we've talked about the case on Friday where this guy was tried to end I mean he was released Kathy even twenty four hours after that he tried to enter this and our goal with a knife and this is also not acceptable and there's also something you know the the politicians have to look into to see you know where we can tighten the law and that these people are at a guy like the guy on Friday you know it's not released it almost immediately and because they said there were no grounds on holding him which is you know he obviously tried to murder juice so that's not a reason to hold somebody in custody you know what is well Remco we're glad to have you on the job we know that there is much more work to be done thank you so much for updating us on this tragic an important development

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

15:00 min | 1 year ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It's still up coming I'm I'm waiting for my copy to arrive it's called evening draws near in the day as there are nearly over threatened by a cardinal Robert Serra who's the Vatican's prefect for the congregation for divine worship and the discipline of the sacraments get on with business card and he says the west will die he says that Islam will invade the world and completely change culture anthropology and moral vision any he pushes pretty much squarely on western culture and not on Islam he says that dumb and on your part of part of the preference for the book in this book I want to suggest to the western people that they're real because of this refusal to claim their inheritance another was a religious Americans and this refusal of fatherhood here's a rejection of god from him we receive our nature as men and women this is intolerable to modern minds gender I dot our gender ideology is a Luciferian refusal to receive a sexual nature from god does some rebel against god and closing usually themselves in order to change their sex but in reality they do not fundamentally change anything of this structure as a man or woman the west refuses to receive and will accept only what it considers and construction for itself transhumanist is the ultimate avatar of this movement because it is a gift from god human nature itself becomes unbearable for western ma'am he points out in essence for short that the radical left in this country and throughout western Europe are working to destroy exactly those things are made the west so successful and that's going to have rather dire consequences for everyone around the world because if indeed the at churches of Europe were full on Sundays which by and large they're not by the way if there was a strong religious tradition still alive there which is not anymore the case they would not be such easy pickings for people to walk around from the Islamic countries and invade their countries innocence and say we're here you can't do anything about it in US are warning your west women would not to walk around at night or we will write to them hello Germany you get the lesson yet so this conflict this mission card or other Roberts Shera says that we've murder god because we check with murder got if you've got the death more men need she would replace it with a prophetic Superman this collapses been a very western character Jennifer ticket are like to emphasize the rejection of fatherhood our contemporaries are convinced that in order to be free one must not depend on anybody but that in order to be free you can't depend on anybody you can't depend on on dog your neighbor you can't depend on your wife or your husband you have to be an island and as you said this is a tragic error western people arguments that receiving is contrary to the dignity of human persons a civilized man is fundamentally an error he receives a history he receives a cultural language and name of family this is what distinguishes us folks from the barbarian to refuse to be inscribed with a network of dependence heritage and filiation condemns us to go back to make it to the jungle of a competitive economic economy rather left to its own devices because he refuses to acknowledge himself as an heir man has come down for the hell of liberal globalization in which individual interests confront one another without any law to govern them besides profit at any price now here's the deal when the political left shoes religion pretty much and it says basically you know we want bludgeon out of town square we don't all that god talk around were you actually answers for possible of let's take in god we trust off our currency and this is a nation bottom of funded rather on documents that rather specifically mention god mention god in nature's god this is a continuing attempt to destroy family and the store religion and these are two of the most important killers of this particular society so in push comes to shove terms who's going to be more interested in pushing and shoving and who gets shoved pushed wheeled nudged directed in one fashion or another it will be they're radical Islamists fundamentally have views different from many in the Christian world many of the Jewish world and it will be western man who has said basically I'm really no interest in this it's okay I'm fine just you know by the male body was all right that will be the individual gets pushed because there be no support network they'll be no way of reaching out to one's contemporaries in a religious sense in saying women were under attack when we do about this that is the world of that the radical left wants to see without having consider the consequence of that world and the consequence of that world is if we cut our self off from any idea there there are a set of ground rules for behavior in this culture that there are absolutes if we cut ourselves off from that as a concept and we're gonna a very tough road to hoe as it were opening thoughts that's all I just came across peace again and I'm since I've checked Amazon to see my books I have a brother of mine again because I think there's something there that keys into everything we talk about everything now if your brain to the show by the way here's something you should know about Friday's free for all Friday is is after them we come in ready occurs in hours and I commend ready every single day to give you three hours a compelling radio every single day this is our mission we were very very hard to making that happen for you however Fridays are a bit different we realize along the road that we were just so focused on one topic or another that some are you you would not be able to talk about something you thought was important something you thought was key so we decided to open up on Fridays so anytime you want to drag us off topic in order something you find more interesting or as interesting boy if that is call us during the show right that's how it works every Friday for ten W. C. music city's telephone to call now this is a little inside baseball for you here all right thanks liberals out yesterday as you know a friend was with on the weather the morning show I had a chance record something early on the morning show goes through free show prep justice the shocked us and part of it is to have Sean and Frank kind of on the same page so they kind of you know hook up and begin all buddy buddy this kind of thing is so this is a bit of of their conversation a very early this morning okay we got the thermal cover close then whenever you two are in a good position you can start the body checks that was a that was check with her instructing Shawna Frank as to how they should behave in other got the the hatch closed and they began their body checks and then you have four hours of stellar radio or that could have been something from the international space station I'm not quite sure I think it was actually shown a friend as a result so that the I'm a small space missions all it was all done in a TV sets I don't know what to make of this guy the former CEO of overstock dot com gunning Patrick Byrne was on the story with Martha McCallum last night I watched most of the conversation no no here a couple of caveats on this I don't know if the guys a loom or not she seemed unfocused during the course of the conversation but at the same time this is a guy who built a rather significant company in a pretty short period of time he resigned from overstock yesterday now in the company's stock jumped eight percent so again I I don't know all the factors playing into this but burn out who was on with Martha McCallum in order to say that he worked with what he thought was federal law enforcement in order to spy on politicians twice in my life I hell I had the honor of helping them a friend of mine named Brian Williams was murdered seventeen years ago I help to them bring again the murder to justice I help them fight Wall Street about twelve years ago I was kind of a one man occupy Wall Street and five or six the fed showed up and it was my honor to help them take down a couple hundred people on Wall Street so that's that only jump to the bottom line and this I've learned is the quickest way to explain it and twenty fifteen twenty sixteen they got back in touch with me that for the third time and it was I was given some fishy orders and I carried them out thinking I in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen thing I was conducting law enforcement let me emphasize don't say the FBI the FBI was barely involved in this all the top of anyone on the list the number of prize from her work with the FBI struck it's a very odd a piece of video and I will almost never posted along or video if you take a look at this one might be worth taking a look at he rambles repeats himself but it it's remarkable now this is a guy who built a large successful company he cannot be a total flake this is some guy wearing an aluminum foil hat coming in off the streets in the stuff we would be fairly dismissive of it but it's not this is a big company he built from ground zero it is managed to re image itself as a something substantially different from what was originally overstock dot com initially they sold over stocks thus the name now they do all kinds of stuff the arm the interview burns said he went public on the advice of his close friend Warren Buffett okay now this is a guy a great famine credibility particularly among the political left but again it is a guy who was seen at least as a fairly straight shooter in the in the interview is on twice once years on fox business early in that kind of focused on the business the conversation with Martha McCallum focused on this whole hi spike kind of thing he mentions that he felt comfortable speaking only because William Barr is now running the justice department ninety disparage the tenure of just Jeff sessions now look there's a possibility this guy's alone there's a possibility he is an absolute madman but I think that's a pretty slim possibility again I don't think you get to where he is in business and have the ability to bring an entire corporation along with you and all those bodies along with you if you're out of your mind he went on to detail some of the things that went on including his relationship with this Russian spy gal right now the man in black back in in my life and I I was trying to encourage her to have a relationship and she wanted me back channel for peace and I couldn't open some doors but I didn't want to do that until I had Intel has a green light and after a couple months and I am I don't I was given the green light that turn romantic yeah it turns romantic this is Maria Bertino she is the one who is currently in prison for being an unregistered foreign agent for Russia and he said that he had an affair with her at the behest of the FBI okay look I'm I'm simply passing on what what you said last night if you happen to be folding socks at the time so he said the at behest of Peter struck in the guys in the F. B. R. he had an affair now use a single guy in the fifties and she's hot you know okay that happens but then after working with Peter struck you begin to think you know some of the things we've been asked to do he thought were just a little bit squirrely I didn't know who sent the orders but I did I'm glad they seem fishy last summer watching television and here's the punch line here's a fun site people last summer watching television and some congressional hearings I figured out where those orders came from him a guy named Peter straw yeah and the fifth wheel freestyle Carlin McCabe homemade that was who sent the orders and we're doing a bunch of FBI people there will lead me Peter shock and has been confirmed to me that my instructions came computer shot we don't know who confirmed look this again I'm a I'm a little bit mixed on this because they're all these things kind of tossed out there well it's been confirmed to me though is Peter struck okay by whom what's the name of the individual and how is that individual have knowledge that Peter struck was the individual who is giving you the information you should go have an affair with a Russian spy so there couple things not fully at up to me yet the ramble a good bit and repeat himself it's just second I'm well okay but that said I passes alone because in the case of all seven this guy burn yes Sir involved in a hit and run accident or he are commits suicide then I I think we have a little more grounds for concern about what's going on here as the rest of it I'm glad we see.

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"A whole churning of life around back okay but i don't know this dude and i'm not comfortable having a tobin stay with us like you can turn his life around somewhere else no but remember we it was it's for its for charity it said we're we're helping people to baid this is not charity this is just if i mean no that's just its no there's no question he he really needs a place to stay and maybe the i already told him that it was alright wait you already told him it was okay to stay calm kinda yeah we want our you've seen king why would you tell him before we had a conversation that it was all right to stay with us i mean why are you just hearing from him now he's then away for a couple of years away way where well that's the other thing i wanted to tell you out god are you serious there's another thing there's already been like three things this is this is a laugh this is the last thing i promise that better be he's spending two prison guards were river singh salman your voice there hello hey what's up jeremy how you doing this is jubal from brooke jubal in the morning there's another thing sorry grew revealed as you head from brooke and jubal in the morning radio show work hello yeah hello germany how you doing hey i'm yeah yet pen still there what can you i am someone please explain what the hell is going on yorkshire yeah this is a segment we do on our show called the awkward tuesday phone call and pam wanted to tell you that her exboyfriend sauce is getting out of jail soon and she already told him that he could stay your place he got remain right shooter told me that yeah yeah we were trying.

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Lands sweetie i never knew the someone weighed in on the way alleges kids were only not knowing wa an laws i will not gain and god in me fellow your body's a own and in your eyes oh man the and then saw that spain i the god as saying in the even so when you van man i wish moon ma'am done in you fair enough left found longer the nanny wanna know see says man seen sunday shift in the low chevy drove smith seeing dr hello germany's then oh.

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Replacement therapies niece allen happened landed dol via decided that they're going to cut back on on opioids for our that's what happen while there some blow back on that oh psalm well drug addicts yesterday they want driller of course eight hundred two two two five two two two is the phone number uh get some calls in here we'll see what uh who this has been handing out clean needles or they'd been handing oakland they have the annals of different than injection side this different steven go ahead even yeah hello germany uh yeah so i really appreciate the conversation i just wanted to say i i bet i'm fifty five years old and i used to start hanging out in berkeley when i was like eighteen sixteen seventeen years old though i've been in downtown berkeley san francisco the inner city most of my life i'm a marriage family terrapin sunday school counsellor so i've been working in mental health for the last twenty years i'm going to handle steely enough because i you're somebody i want to talk to so can you hang on a second could you got the miniature i we gotta have a laura conversation i was just going to hopefully get you make your comment but i want to dig into this with you because you've you've seen this the extent of the problem and never you and i steven rhetorical homelessness a little drug addiction before we do i'm talking about another uplifting topic that is the h three n two strain of flu that's going around if you're like me and peter children you're sick for weeks it is awful it's usually more severe course ended up restaurant faction of this year has been very difficult to tell the difference persistence fatigue muscle aches fever this is all been part of the syndrome you can do.

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on Final Games

Final Games

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on Final Games

"Working as a translator for the pokemon ademi an movie since two thousand three ivory credibly excited to say that joining me this week and by far the closest in distance guess i've ever had on the show with him partying up in he meiji just two hours away from me is famed game localised came look liza and translator mr jeremy lasting hello germany polio hey hey round it's great to have you on the show how you doing good with that was a little bit creepy i feel like i've got a stalker it's not the first time aford the i like to get even i'm trying to get even more and more indepth like to their the point of surprising guest at the boxer ruptures or briefs patrick right they're finding out the twenty questions the intimate personal questions then forming them together into an icy introduction we emma so great to have you on a thank you once a year for being on the same time zone as me which is become something i truly rally in johnston lot of podcast but i've never had an introduction quite as complete as that yes and was yes excellent that's good i'm very glad to hear that but as i said i mean your your history in the games industry in some of the gains you worked on a some of the most famous japanese games of all time some you know incredible standouts like my personal favorite being custom any sympathy of the night i mean silent health to the seacot then serious drank was seven and of course you know metal gear saw it as imagine the totality of half of times you've had to talk about that gear in your life but i think what is also recall about the stuff that you've been doing and we'll get its talking about how you should have gone into the industry in that can.

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"In the dark but also protecting from whizzing all of the bathroom hangs in the toilet bowl and the lights of the ball what do you think guys good bad you'll like it nobody goes we in the dark will the point of this bow hold on hold on home on the point of this is you you have to go in the middle of the night sometimes and when you go or if you like me almost every time every night as you start getting older and stars of the by doctor told me way that going to get used to it when i hit forty get that wonderful prostate exam boy that sucked it's a well whatever its fast brazil year who wants that but dominant you do it because you don't wanna have problems but a boy did want to talk about that but you you will you go to the bathroom once or twice in the dark sometimes and as you go in there you amid depends on where your bathroom is but i mean most of us have a of a master bathroom tests to the to the to the ah master bedroom and if i tournament i'm going to wake up my wife and i'm in the middle of sleeping i don't want the light on if i have this device i do not have a night light you have an led not lied you go to hound you die come at me bro it's in the ceiling it's in the fixture well see you all all god guy ouargla harry guides iowa scooters and i'm a hortatory you now we're all isla what do you mean what are you don't have the night light but he actual kate assault executive richard david says he has to is that part of the fixture opponent sums rat rich chandelier hanging from the right what is it it's a what yeah though it so what is it through brad limit ended the light out four of hello germany allowed okay so i should have says a good day savvy good nights there's so many things i want to say but i can't from parts movie scenes over the years like what's the one with arcenio hall and you know what's his name eddie murphy yet coming to america india must be nice.

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The listeners of kqed it's another spare lear day for the bay area today will also have a high surf advisory in effect beginning at six o'clock this evening were expecting the mostly cloudy skies to prevail throughout the day and others are slight chance of rain in the north by this afternoon you can expect daytime highs in the '60s along with west southwesterly winds from 10 to 20 miles per hour two from npr and wbur i'm robin young i'm jeremy hobson it's here and now today senate republicans are taking up a four trillion dollar nonbinding budget that sets the stage for gop tax cut legislation later this year this morning president trump tweeted republicans are going for the big budget approval today first step toward mask of tax cuts i think we have the votes but who knows joining us now npr senior washington editor and correspondent run elving high ron hello germany and again this budget is non binding so does it matter what's in it with the details are yes because it's a guideline to what the republicans are going to do when they come back with the actual spending bills is essentially the framework on which all of that will be held and it also matters because it's going to give special instructions for the voting that will take place on the tax overhaul that's coming up later was here so we'll it pass we know that one republican kentucky senator rand paul has come out against it he once more cuts and president trump says he doesn't know if he has the votes that's right too but rand paul zappa's isshin is pretty much a feature of the landscape on just about anything leadership once and the other votes that they worry about john mccain susan collins bob corker jeff flake all those people are on board or probably going to be on board and just holding out for one last concession and it certainly should pass because it pretty much has to pass for the senate republicans to be able to say that they're running the senate and it's going to come down to something pretty much just like.

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on Here & Now

"So let us right now top of these numbers any lipout is president of lippo oil so see its consulting firm and houston he says hurricane harvey forced about fifteen percent of us refineries to shut down where we saw the five refinery them at corpus christi area shut down that's going to impact supplies and to the corpus austin waco and dallas market and shutdowns in houston will impact southeastern states so how long will shortages be a problem he says in corpus it will be at least a couple of weeks before refineries get back to normal but really it all depends on the weather that's exactly right well shortages last you can expect higher prices and more of those no gas signs at least here in texas but lipout says people shouldn't panic and baghdad gas station in north austin they've kennedy had this to say well i think if this is our only problem in austin we're doing really well versus the people in houston with that he drove off find another place to fill up his truck for here now i most michelle in austin uber will no longer track your location after your ride is over the company confirmed its halted the controversial feature today in an interview with writers just one of many changes uber hopes will remake its image the other you may have heard is its choice of expedia as derek house for schalke to replace former ceo travis kalanick let's get to our weekly guide to the world of tech recode jason dole raised senior editor for recode he joins us from new york hi jason hello germany and let's start with the new leader of over we've heard a lot about uh derek costs were shot he but for those who have not been following reminded us who he is.

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on WLOB

"So it it works both ways of getting a lot of tweets about the media be in a problem also tweets from people that are christina i vases said wasn't trump the originator of fake news to influence us public opinion with the birther movement look in the mirror potus joe scarborough fourteen of this was joe scarborough sane president trump is he's one of the biggest liars i mean in the greatest irony mark alpern is that this lecture is coming from around the greatest lawyer that's ever sat in the white house the new york times highly lighted a thousand lives i mean a to compare nixon to this guy is absolutely ridiculous he lies every day while the times he lies every minute he forgets the lie that he told five minutes ago all right so if donald trump makes up stuff which i believe that he does from time to time he has probably decades this is like my mother told me well johnny jumped off the bridge would you so it's okay because because he does so so the new york times where we can do it too we can live we can yes either we lie do because he does it how childish talk to jeremy in an oral iowa hello germany hi tom our you man at qatar to talk thank you thank you what you've got our are warning a value you're paying it i got a question it our if if it'll all that they opt don't let the pratt fan that do the briefing every day every other day and no no why did a lot things wack jobs in the attic the questions before hat because you know from my view you know know who these people are what make up man weather be cnn or fox news.

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That have come in nine know that that particular missed ration wasn't very successful but i've never seen one quite like this that move so quickly most of the people going in there don't really know the agency they come in with that son of an objective to really take down our ability to do science well i just don't know who that benefits and i know there's been you know a lot of rhetoric during that trump campaign about ap a in somehow working contrary to the economic interests of this country i just would like to see where that data is comes from because in my world growing up in the sixties i brees a lot easier but i know we have my drinking water comes from you know i understand that my best interest in my family's best interest is being provided for as best we keenan well at the same time i know that we i'm one of the strongest economies in the world badge atp is tripled well we have reduced and pollution seventy percent we're east the damage where is the conflict you know right now the fastest going sceptre and our economy is the solar industry that's where jobs our right on the heels of that when does is really beginning to get so inexpensive that it's competing similar the solar against hosmer energy these that technologies in the future and the charms of the future i hate the idea that we are going to deny what is a robust science record in were also going to be sending a signal to i children that maybe that's not the place to go for a job so good american leadership hello germany and china well china has made that very clear and you know and dabo set the world economic forum when people started bemoaning the fact that the us government appeared to be back tracking on things like climate in the investments would need for the future china put up there he and in with that he and they but billions of dollars up for renewal balls and they took their he and down when it came to building significantly more cole you know next to generate electricity there so they sent an immediate signal that if there.

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Just take the day off this is a great interview and it's going to be up next here on kmox annoyed turn out to our callers yes who is the interviewing tonight well then we ought to take our first color of tony you are on kmox load tonight a was mentioned as their me hello germany what's the you've got to earn the cigar wirtz it's all about the merits system here him in the meantime other debate zach lee didn't talk about gun and i think i think killer he is this stupid thanks for the color journey checked in with the sherman determine your on kmox yes you know when all smacking get out cigar from kelly and hopefully get silly there's not serve in intel it is not have cigar does kelly kelly may be one of those little oranges what he calls things going on the load that arena really duda miguel had german right real quick and then you guys have a long line where do i get three just three comments real quick what does on saw the discipline and hillary she really this and let him take over where she really should adjust there and took him on point by point but he wouldn't i think it was closer to it and they are then the point one was just for that reason let him get away with a lot of stuff apps.

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"hallo  germany" Discussed on KFIR 720 AM

KFIR 720 AM

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"hallo germany" Discussed on KFIR 720 AM

"In modern nationalism minor nationalism let me tell you is exactly the same is old tiny nationalism modern nationalism and popular some what is populace him it was an is nothing but tear any of the majority modern nationalism and papa live populace him in america is just a re focusing on improving the lives and well being of americans we're being crashed under the weight of globalization which is rooted in social darwin as some ohl my gosh hello germany nineteen thirty american nationalism and popular some is a whole scale rejection of the body reyes lograr bowles of global is some leads leaves nole the trip wire please note national nationalism is suicide populace some is suicide that's it the trip wire of global listening doesn't mean that what you think means to them it and was anything other than america first and foremost and nothing else ok to prioritize america right it's fine prioritize yeah it there's not means a complete with a draw all and attending the outside in his place elite i salacious was the net protection este and no trade deals even are founders made trade deals and we protested terrance what do you think the t party was about it was a rejection of terrorists and that's what nationalism is doing and it is coming and it is coming they are under this election and it will only gaining strength after the selection no matter who wins because this is not about donald trump.

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