35 Burst results for "Honduras"

'Tony Bobulinski Proves It: Our Elites Corrupted America'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | Last month

'Tony Bobulinski Proves It: Our Elites Corrupted America'

"Okay, so we were going to talk about one more piece. Tony, Tony bob olinsky. You have an article about this is one of the principal business partners of Hunter Biden, go ahead. So the piece is called Tony Bobbie proves it. Our elites corrupt in America be perhaps beyond redemption and the image is a whale rotting on the beach, which I propose as the new American flag for Joe Biden's America should be a dead whale decaying on the beach because that corruption is what we what we heard when Tucker Carlson interviewed Tony bob olinsky. We heard all sorts of details about the Biden crime family and engagement with communist Chinese businesses, controlled by the Chinese government, their secret deals, influence peddling, just really squalid stuff you would expect from like Honduras in the 1950s. The United fruit company giving an envelope full of $20 bills to a guy with a really bad mustache. But the worst part of this that I could see Tucker cuts to footage of Mark Zuckerberg testifying before Congress. Admitting that the FBI came to him ten days before the 2020 election. And told him to censor all information about the Hunter Biden laptop. And so he did it. The secret police goes to the media, tells them not to not report any information that would help the opposition against the regime so they don't. So they obey. This is what happens in Belarus. This is what happens in the Venezuela and in communist Nicaragua. We are living under a secret police that act like the East German Stasi

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The Rise of the Radical Gen Xer & Their Children

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 3 months ago

The Rise of the Radical Gen Xer & Their Children

"Number one, it is the rise of the radical gen xer. This is something that is not talked about a lot. Gen X is a generation that has and this is something they tell social scientists. They say this in surveys. They say this in opinion articles. They feel kind of glossed over that they've been waiting their turn, but for promotions and for business startups, it just seems as if they've lived in the shadow of baby boomers. Well, now gen X, you are front and center. It is the rise it is the center right. It is a hard right turn with gen X in a very, very serious way. That's number one. Number two, the children of gen X are now getting more conservative education and exposure than ever before. And you're seeing this reflected in polls. Now the children of baby boomers, that's my generation. And I am on the younger end of that generation millennials, very liberal. The children of baby boomers turned out to be very liberal. The children of gen X are turning out to be more moderate, more fair minded, center right. I would like to say conservative, but the data doesn't quite show that yet. But there is some movement. So number one is I believe the radicalization of gen X. Where they are now seeing their kids indoctrinated by this nonsense. They're seeing the southern border completely wide open. They're seeing their infrastructure be overrun by third world infiltrators in their country from Nicaragua Honduras and even Tajikistan. Gen X is now going to send a massive political message to Washington D.C. and to the entire country that we now want political representation and we're going to vote more Republican than Democrat. I guarantee it we're going to see it in major states. It's going to surprise people. We saw that in Virginia. Virginia was a gen X election. Now for

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

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:05 min | 4 months 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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What's New With Mike Lindell? Coffee!

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 4 months ago

What's New With Mike Lindell? Coffee!

"Welcome back out of the frying pan that is John's mirac into the fire that is our dear friend, Mike lindell, Mike. It's been too long. We love you. What's new in your life? We want to hear everything. Well, you want the lighter side of the heavier side. And the lighter side we have. We have my coffee now. We can get that at my store. We've launched my store, which is for entrepreneurs. We went completely separated. Now it's on its own for entrepreneurs and or their products. And now we have my story had one of my coffee. I'd want to see all of my books are at my store dot com. The bond Hoff or posters at my store, but Donald Donald caveman books. So my audience should be familiar with it, but you're telling me now you're selling coffee. It's the best coffee I did find your diligence. I tried the coffee, it was about it's in my office a couple of four or 5 months ago and I go, do we change coffee this is the best coffee I've ever had. As you know Eric, I travel everywhere in this country every day, try and rot and copies it hotel, some good, some bad, but it's an endless stream of horrific copies. Well, this one, no, I have to take what's the best best copy I've ever had in my life. So I went and got a hold of the entrepreneurs. I went and met their family. They have their in part up. They have fields in Honduras and they've been doing this for 15 years. So I said, you know what, how about if we partner up and I'll take you guys to levels if you can make this many or make this much and so it's so good that you went after them and you went after them, put you on my store dot com. Obviously folks, I want you to go to my store dot com and use the code Eric. Get as much my coffee as you like,

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Addressing the Urgent Border Crisis With Todd Bensman

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 6 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 | 6 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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Rep. Andy Biggs and Charlie Discuss the Cartel's Role Along the Border

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 6 months ago

Rep. Andy Biggs and Charlie Discuss the Cartel's Role Along the Border

"The cartel's role in this? So the cartel, they prey on these poor people in Nicaragua and in Honduras. And they take all their money and they trafficked them. Right up to the border and they make money on the human smuggling part of it and sometimes they'll have them bring drugs across. Can you talk about how sophisticated this is though? Because the impression a lot of Americans have is that these are just people and mountain and village towns and they kind of, they build themselves up by the bootstraps to go to a better life. It's not like that. This is a kidnapping operation. A pseudo kidnapping operation where there's a business model where the cartels know what they're doing and in fact their profit motive is getting as many people as possible across the southern border. Please expand on that. Yeah, that's exactly right. So cartel effectively controls every inch of the southern border where I'm standing today. They tend to let migrants come through. Why? Because they don't want the disruption. But in other places, whether it's humor or Tucson or Rio Grande valley, they're controlling everybody. So let's say you go to in Del Rio, they're going to let a bunch of people come through and then they're going to send in that would cause an distraction and they'll be hundreds of miles without any patrols. So that's going on. And while that's going on, you've got people that are coming through. They don't have any money. We talked to some folks from Peru, just this morning. And you know what? They had to pay some money when they got here. They said they didn't have to pay any money in this place. That's why they come to Eagle Pass. But everywhere else on the border, you have to pay money. And if you don't pay the money, the cartel is going to kill you. If you try to get through or they're going to stop you, they're going to repeatedly violate the women. We always hear about the women being violent. That's true. They get raped a lot.

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What Rep. Andy Biggs Is Seeing on the Front Lines of the Border

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 6 months ago

What Rep. Andy Biggs Is Seeing on the Front Lines of the Border

"More. So with us right now is Andy Biggs live from the southern border to give us an update of what's happening with the continued invasion of America representative Biggs. Welcome back to the program. Charlie, good to be with you. Thanks for having me. And thank you for your leadership. It was great seeing you Sunday at the 2000 meals. Airing with dinesh d'souza. So tell us, what are you seeing on the front lines on the border that people need to be made aware of? Well, worse than any time I've ever seen it. So I was in Yuma a couple of days ago. That's as bad or worse than I've ever seen it. Now I'm an Eagle Pass Texas and an Eagle Pass. They're overwhelmed here as also. So we've seen Nicaraguans come across. We've seen people from Peru, people from Honduras, just in the short time we've been here this morning. And quite frankly, it's overwhelming. I edit on over to check out south side of the facility where the detention facility that they have here. The one in Yuma has probably four or 5 times many people is supposed to have in it and guess what, most of these people are going to be released into the United

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Why President Trump Is a Bad-Ass With Tom Homan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:34 min | 9 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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"honduras" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"honduras" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Podcast. Okay, women's national team roster is in for the 2022 she believes cop, there are a number of veterans missing. No, Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan, no Tobin heath, no Kristen press, all low, black coal and do not ski has said that he's left off these players to make room for the new players, the new up and coming players to prove themselves. So look out for the likes of Sofia Smith and Ashley Sanchez, this she believes cop running from February 17th to the 23rd. And look out for the erling harland interview special. Wait a minute. It's now streaming on ESPN+. Absolutely title. It is absolutely unmissable. Erling Harlan's special streaming now on ESPN+. Thanks so much for being with us. Stick around because the crew will all be back to Antioch questions on extra time. Welcoming to the latest edition of extra time we have Frank Labeouf and Jules Laurent joining us. We also have Ali Moreno and Shaka his sloth here with us in the studio. Shaq has got his phone out. He's been fucking flights today. Stress, what happened, Shaq. Tell us. Who's you're going to Trinidad? My flight got canceled. And then and there was no flights. Uh huh. So I've been trying to get the captain of your yacht. Did you manage in the end to get the flight that you wanted? I got a flight that is going to get you to turn that win. Tomorrow. So no issues in. No, there is, but you're going to be Internet tomorrow. I got to get to New York. I don't know.

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"honduras" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:11 min | 10 months ago

"honduras" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Question? I don't know. Both teams attend 11 to go through. It's got to match up, right? Okay. So Jules has given Real Madrid just a slight edge here. It sounds to me like Frank Labeouf was giving PSG the edge when he started talking about this clash earlier, would that be right, Frank? Yes, definitely Kate. I don't think those two teams will be the next champion of the Champions League. I think all the teams are much better. But in those special and that special concentration that we are talking about, you know, I think we are undermining possibilities to go through where patients are beat Manchester City atom. Maybe they don't deserve it. It may be, they should have won, but it did it. And in terms of individuals, I think the much better than Real Madrid. We can see that it's possible for us to mention a game if somebody is missing. Let's say Messi or Neymar may be less if it's Mbappé, we realize today that without Benzema, a Real Madrid is not the same team. So I really think, I don't know, it's just a feeling, but everything are pretending to be a team we can go far in the Champions League, where I think they don't have the tools for that. And I said that in the beginning of the season, the surprise everybody, well, I don't know what we where we can stand La Liga, because we all know, we made a statement about Paris and Jamaica is too easy for them. One is bad. So it's easy for them and it's widely not consistent. But we don't know what's going to happen where we can stand La Liga. What they can do against big teams in Europe, we're going to see that against Paris. But yes, for me personally, it's slightly the favorite here. At Jules, is there uncertainty about pochettino's future actually affecting the team? Could that be said? And what's the latest.

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"honduras" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"honduras" Discussed on ESPN FC

"This one? I am a dread. Oh, I think nothing rumma would have to be. Favorite even if it's a slight favorite, but they have to be favorite, not that they play better. We saw that today, piaget wear as bad against news at home, at least at least they were away today run Madrid piaget were home, had the loft players missing. Of course, on Monday night against news, but they were painful to watch. It was really pathetic. Robert, we're not good tonight. And I think there's a lot of things that academic Bilbao did in the game tonight that if you want to beat remedy the two legs, they will have to do with so the pressing we saw the counter pressing that leads to the goal from berenger not once but twice they recovered the ball really high after pressing round Madrid and that's how they create a chance and the goal. So there's a lot of thing to take away from Portugal and PhD of that game to try to do themselves to run Madrid. But Benzema, I think we'll be back fellow mendele let's not forget he's a big loss too for around Madrid and we saw it means alaba has to go to left bag, but it's always not really the same when Alabama is not next to him as the payoff center back. So Mende is a big loss to. I don't know how fit it will be for the PSG game if you will be same for Kareem and I don't know in terms of match fitness, how Benzema will be for the first leg in only 12 days now, but it's certainly not the same thing with those two but I think remorse would have to be slight favorite. I don't understand. I don't understand the bookies. Can we see those odds again? It's ten to 11. So both teams are 2011 to go through, right? So was I one 11 that nobody goes through? Is that how this works? Don't ask me. Is.

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"honduras" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"honduras" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Celebrating minute 82nd. The 82nd minute excuse me before the game even in taking pictures with fans, that's just bush league. It's very unprofessional. It's a lack of respect for the fans in attendance of Honduras. It's a lack of respect for the opponent. It's a lack of respect for the fans who demand more out of him in this U.S. men's national team. Would he have been taking this picture in Canada? After the U.S. was, wow, the U.S. men's national was dominating Canada, losing to Canada to zero. Would that have happened? It's unprofessional and for then the U.S. men's national team social media accounts to celebrate it is even more bush league. I don't understand. It's all of a sudden in U.S. soccer were more worried about where the venues played, where Greg bear holder is wearing as far as shoes. How cold it'll be for our advantage, or taking pictures, selfies with fans before the game ends. What did he get right then, Greg? Greg berhad, we saw that Christian politician didn't start was at the right decision. I suppose, given what the result was, I just don't know that long-term what message you are sending. Chris and Paul is, in my opinion, should be the flag bear for this team. The leader for this team, whether he wants it or not, given who he is in the game where he plays what he means to this national team, he should be a no doubter. No matter what the circumstances he should be on the field,.

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"honduras" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

08:39 min | 10 months ago

"honduras" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Of opportunities in front of net. What you didn't expect maybe was set pieces to be a factor. Finally, World Cup contention set pieces are now factor again. What you didn't expect is that it got a little pep not to get on the score sheet. What you did expect is somebody to step up and there was Weston McKinney. And herky did mention policy, and we'll get to him in a minute, but Shaka I do want to stick with these cold conditions because it's a three nil win, but it does feel as though that's what everybody's still talking about two Honduras players had to come off due to hyperthermia. Have they actually put players at risk here? Absolutely they have. Absolutely they have. Those conditions are not conditions for any professional game of football. And regardless of how we try to break this down and make it about U.S. and a response and everything else, we're talking about the team that currently sitting bottom of the group. You are talking about conditions that are desperately unsafe. That are putting players at risk. And now, here's here's the thing. You talk about players having to come off. If somebody does go down with a serious boat of hypothermia, if somebody is that badly affected by the weather for whatever reason, who is that fort and who's responsible here? And that for me is the overarching aspect to this. That there has to be a low point. There has to be a bottom as to how these games are scheduled. And the conditions in which they're scheduled that. At some point, it has to be too cool to play a football game. We've already established a few years ago that apparently there is not there's no such thing as too much snow for a football game. But this is taking it to this is taking beyond even beyond that that ridiculous level that we saw a few years ago. And as a neutral, as somebody coming from a temperate country and having to endure some of these kinds of decisions, either Concacaf or FIFA has to say something has to put some kind of guidelines to what is safe and playable conditions for a football match. And you're talking about obviously phone doors place having to come there as well. But for the U.S. players here, LA, what do they thinking of their coach, picking a place like this a venue to play the football game in? You know, I've wrestled with this conversation because where I come from and particularly my country, when we have the opportunity to take advantage of whatever weather conditions that would allow us to have a better chance to compete against some of the Giants of combat, whether that's Brazil, Argentina, well, we've taken full advantage of that. So we take them to the hottest places possible. And we grow the grass as high as we possibly can. So that we slow down the pace of the game and oh by the way so that we bridge the gap and close the gap in terms of talent between Argentina Brazil and us. That's a recognition of the lesser team in Venezuela and saying, we're not as good as this guys. We're not as talented as this guy. So we need to somehow shorten that gap. And while I was having this conversation with myself, I'm thinking, well, wait a minute. In Concacaf, the United States are the equivalent of Brasil and Argentina. That's the sort of level that they're in in Concacaf as compared to combat. So they're not the lesser team. They're not Bolivia, taking somebody to altitude because otherwise they can not compete. What's the common denominator between teams like Bolivia and Venezuela and Commodore? For the most part, we are the lesser team against whatever team we play. And so therefore, we have to take advantage of this element. The United States should not be in a position in which they feel like they have to take advantage of the elements to this extreme. Particularly when you think about who they are playing and you just mentioned a second. This team in Honduras I have to tell you, I've seen undo that's played for years. I played against a lot of four years. This version of Honduras had no business being on the field. They wanted no part of being on the field because they know full well that they have been out of this for a long time. They were not even competing on this very stadium on this very field. There were two call to compete. Even before the game started, they were already saying, yeah, I don't know about this, man. So I go back to the contrast and the comparison would come of all and Argentina and Brazil. And that's what the United States are in Concacaf. Do you think when Argentina over Brazil plays against Venezuela over Olivia? They're concerned about home field advantage. They're concerned about making it too cold or too hot. They're concerned about field conditions. No, they're not concerned about us. They concerned about themselves because that's how much better they are than the other teams. And they prove it on the field. With the performances, not only just with the talent, but with the performances. And that's what the United States needs to do. Just prove it with the performances. Given the talent level that you have available, and how superior that talent is to everybody else, or most other teams in Concacaf. That's the part that the United States should concern about, not free and teams to death. The other aspect of this is we are four and a half years removed from the U.S. crying bloody murder. For a water wet pitch and trying to beagle. Yep. In the middle of rainy season. Everybody went into total meltdown because the pitch was wet. I know here we are. We're carrying people. We are through puddles. Over the track to get onto the pitch. And yet, here we are talking about the U.S. giants of Concacaf. Doing doing this, putting players health at risk. And it leaves you been used. It's not about us. But not only Honduras players. Also American people. Exactly. To the point where Christian policy comes from the field and whatever you may think of Isaac beam bench or not, he comes on the field. The first he's trying to do is to cover his ears. Those are freezing. He's like, my God. It's cold. It is all but butt hole to seem to be absolutely fine her. He was posing with fans in the stands during the game. It was all smiles at that end. Yeah, let me get to really quickly how laughable this is. Per U.S. soccer's own guidelines. They recommend that activities be canceled or moved indoors when the windshield factors below 0°F. That's their own guidelines. That's what they recommend you do if it's that cold. They clearly didn't care to Ali's point about this. If I'm a U.S. player and the coach who has a majority of say of where this game gets played, feels he needs the environment that the client to gain an advantage over your opponent and concave this opponent, this version of Honduras, I'm thinking to myself, wait a second. You don't trust us with players from Chelsea, Barcelona, man city, Leipzig, Dortmund, Leo, the greatest generation of U.S. men's national team players on paper. You don't trust us to play against this Honduras. You want to take it somewhere where you think we can dirty the field where you think we can get an upper hand? If that's leveling the plane field for Honduras, if you really think about it, you're giving them somewhat of an opportunity. I don't understand it and Greg for a halter. And U.S. soccer could say, well, the distance in the travel. Well, we wanted to take it somewhere where it's a pro U.S. national crowd. While this and that, the reality is, they didn't trust their players enough to think they can be don't do this anywhere in the United States. Anywhere in the continental United States they took it where they thought they could gain an advantage and it was dangerous. It was dangerous for Honduras. It was dangerous for the U.S. men's national players and it was dangerous for the fans in attendance. For everybody, it was dangerous. They were weather warnings by the city. By the twin cities, if you're going to be outdoors, please take precaution. Frostbite onsite within ten minutes, please be careful. It's unnecessary. Just super unnecessary for a game to be played there. Now, Greg berhalter celebrating minute 82nd. The 82nd minute excuse me before the game even in taking pictures with fans, that's just bush league. It's.

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"honduras" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"honduras" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

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"honduras" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"honduras" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"And it's not over Julio. This is the beginning of a larger process. Hopefully the liber party will prepare other leaders, right? And see if this is, again, you know, we know that an armed revolution is no longer something that people are willing to engage with in Central America because, you know, there were 80,000 murders and in Salvador, they were 200,000 people mostly Mayan who Paris and what the mother. Nobody wants to go back to that. And that's not something that could be on the table for Honduras either. For a lot of reasons, historical and contemporaries. But so I think that that's where people embrace this. I think that the hope here is she has promised and open dialog. So like a permanent open dialog with the people of Honduras. Again, she's not afraid of the people. I mean, she marched with them for 12 years and protested. Yeah, yeah. So the last question I have is, do you think, and is he going to step aside? You know what I'm saying? If this happens, our institutions in Honduras, democratic. I mean, I'm using it. Compare it to the frig United States where we had like an insurrection attack on January 6th. So I'm not trying to put the United States was listed as a backsliding democracy from a recent report, but the institutions in Honduras to maintain a transition of power. Do you feel confident? The institutions are broken. So the Supreme Court is broken and needs to be reelected. All the institutions, the public institutions have been dried out by this party and by Juan Orlando, this is a challenge that she's going to have to face to rebuild institutionality and constitutional line that country. I think that that's second number one challenge right there. The other issue I think is so we think a lot about migration. But the institutional the public industry, like water, electricity. This is what hondurans care about, right? Can she subsidize for the working poor some of these services? Can there be a race in the minimum wage? Can there be. So I think that that's kind of the economic questions that are going to be number one and pressing in her agenda. And then will honor Orlando accept this? Well, let me save this. If there was going to be a coup it would have happened that night or the night. Oh, good point. You see, this is where we bring you on. Because he's like, you know, it hasn't happened. So it would have already happened. I got to do it already. It would have already happened, and I think that the U.S. would have had to confront that again, right? So because her lead is she was like over a 100,000 over invoked. And again, hunt dance, we don't have an Electoral College, similar to the United States, so it's like a simple majority. It's like a majority vote. So when Orlando right now is probably trying to get himself exiled in another country. You know, I don't know. He's looking at countries like where should I go? Where there's no extradition, because remember, there's extradition laws and undoes because of narco trafficking in the 90s. The matavai status case. And it was kind of executed during the nationalist party. So the same nationalist party that now they've extradited the people that were condemned in the so the laws exist for him to be excited. But you know, I don't know if the nationalist party is going to negotiate. I don't know what's going on. So that's the question. That's a $1 million question, everybody has including Honduras and the Diaspora. All right, well, we'll continue this conversation some other time. First of all, so you have upward the duo. Thank you so much for being on Latino rebels radio. It's such a pleasure. It's one of my favorite outlets. I just want to say that's probably one of the only conversations about Honduras that actually gets into so much realness and complexity that I'm sure I'm just going to venture out to guess this. You haven't heard that type of conversation. Maybe on democracy now, which is a friend of the show, but definitely not on American corporate media, so just want to thank Suga for being on and if you like what you heard, please rate and review us, share this podcast. Like us at Latino rebels, tweet at me who lethal 77 tweet at Latino rebels tweeted Latino media collective produced by Oscar Fernandez, who was also the producer of Latino rebels radio. And we will be back next week. We have a little teaser about next week. And you know I'm Puerto Rican and you know west side stories coming out on December 10th and we're going to do a show about the remake of west side story. We have some really good guests. So stay tuned for that. And like we always do, we always close out with la pleve and sulfuric aloha Latino.

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"honduras" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"honduras" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"For hondurans. No, so let's talk about the reaction, right? Because I think the way you frame that, I don't think there's a lot of people in American media who would even understand what you just said there. That this is a dynamic shift. It's definitely tied to the children of the coup, which would make a lot of sense. That it's 11 years 12 years from now, and those 6 and 7 year olds are now in 1819 and then they're older 20. And they're participating. But talk to me about the reaction from the nationalist party and the whole of Juan Orlando Hernandez administration against this specific election because there were right. There were, even though young people voted in large numbers, obviously the ruling party, you know, you said this is a different type of essential America, but the ruling party was like, well, we didn't get the memo yet. We're still old school Central America. So what have they been trying to do to stop this? Yeah, thank you for asking actually their attacks on somata were extremely anti communist. They short of called her a child eater. They attacked her womanhood. They called her a communist that they linked her to Chavez. Chavez, who is long gone and dead, right? They linked her to the old communism. This is kind of reminded me of 1980s reaganomics. Yeah, no, I got you there. Reagan operated in the United States in the region. It was almost comical, but really offensive, right? And what they were attacking were her leftist views, her social ideas for social programs. And they were also attacking her connection to women's rights. There is not one thing that really bugs and destroys the right in Latin America is women. And women's rights. And so. The right wing and Latin America is very Christian. It's very connected to this idea. And again, in the United States, too, right? They're very influenced by the Republican Party. So the idea that she would support a woman's rights agenda, women's rights to choose or LGBT folks. What's extremely dangerous for them? They really began to see a woman being elected seemed extremely dangerous for them. In fact, some of the sexist things that have come out are saying things like mental illness influencing his wife or right, because she just so people, she's a former First Lady, right? It's like she was just a farmer First Lady. Yeah, right. So I just want to make sure. So prominence emerges because her husband was kidnapped and taken out of the country in 2009, so she begins to go with the people on these protests. I mean, this incredibly dangerous protest where people were getting shot, people were getting tear gassed. People were getting killed. And out there in the front, marching. As a First Lady, that's when her leadership emerges. So she's not afraid to be around the people, talk to people and engage with el Pueblo. And for her, it was sort of the only way she could address the coup. And, you know, what's interesting about it is that she has grown so much. In fact, she's the most voted president in the history of Honduras, number one, right? And number two, she is the only president that has been able to bring different sectors together in a coalitional effort on an election. She's been able to dialog with people and has been able to make alliances. And I think that that's a hopeful moment that we haven't seen in Honduras before in the region of Central America. Yeah, and you were saying that I didn't mean to cut you off because I wanted to make the point about Zelda being a former president and how she was a former First Lady, but were they using the nationalist party what were they saying about salai the husband was he was like this is influencing her and you know he's going to be in power, but she's just going to be a puppet and he's a puppet of yeah, because it was machos and no woman could ever be a leader blah, blah, blah. And the sexist, the sexist analysis of her. I mean, has carried on to the press, right? I don't even answer questions when they ask me, oh, does celaya influence her? Because, you know, her name on her ID card. Doesn't even have the names that I wanted. She has been made a name. She never changed her name when she got married. You know? And so it's the public that imposes that on her. So, you know, she's definitely an interesting leader that has grown incredibly right from that First Lady to someone that can negotiate can engage. You know, it's listening to people. And I think that she's going to she's prepared for this leadership role. So speaking of talking about the U.S. and its role, has there been reaction from the U.S. at all? Or are they I mean, they kind of were complicit to joke. Yeah, they haven't been like yeah. Hernandez is brother is a drug trafficker. Big frigging, you know, like they kind of let him stay in power. But has there been any reaction from the United States? I just haven't been following it as closely. There have been some not from the Biden administration or the State Department. There have been some other local leaders. I know Google Jordan's who was U.S. ambassador in Honduras during the pool, tweeted the OAS Almagro tweeted as well. So over Twitter, there's been some reactions, but nothing. I think until the positive for her or positive for her or positive reactions like congratulations. I mean, I thought your congratulatory message was toy and taste because he said what's good takes a long time or something like that. And I was like, there's been 12 years of years of murder. But let me yeah, exactly. So talk to me because I do think when you're making the connections a bit that gos that is sort of the post whole movement and people tend to forget that there were demonstrations that were pretty historic over the recent years in Honduras, but then also there was political violence against candidates in terms of the country the last couple of years and you did talk about this new wave are we talking like this is a true political movement that literally came out. You know what I mean? You know, is this something that's going to be foundational for anyone who does and potentially for Central America like in a lot of ways? Yeah, you know, it's interesting because I'm doing this didn't have the same history. Well, umbrella says similar to other countries in Central America long history of U.S. intervention, but it didn't have the same history of successful and liberation movements that you saw in Nicaragua and south order Guatemala. But do that on the other hand, had served as sort of the U.S. airport, right? We had the largest air base. You know, where the Americans could land a stealth bomber, for instance, and keep track of the region. There were torture centers that have not been investigated that the contrast ran on Buddha's against the FMN and the FS 11. So do this didn't have this history. So the coup actually really kind of led to these emergence of the resistance movement. Not to say that hondurans didn't have neck this movement. It did, right? And I mean, I wrote about one of them in the mid 20th century in my book roots of assistance. But it just seemed like the consolidation of a national liberation agenda just never took off. So this was the moment for Honduras and I think that other countries noticed that this was a great moment of polarization, a moment..

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"honduras" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"honduras" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"We're back. And there's news coming out of Honduras, recent elections. And as we were thinking about how we would want to cover this and have this conversation, I was like, I know who can talk about this. A fabulous guess who has written for Latino rebels in the past has been on the show in the past, has contributed a lot to what is going on in Honduras. Fabulous guests from Claremont, California, can you present yourself and what you do? Hi, I'm so portillo and I'm an associate Professor of chicken legs LatinX transactional studies that puts her college and also a member of the intercalated department of chicken X LatinX studies at the clermont colleges. Welcome. It's really good to reconnect. So tell us for people that haven't been following what happened in Honduras earlier this week. What in terms of the election, what should people take away? What happened in undo us this week? Well, thank you so much for having me and Latino rebels for covering this issue so important to the Central American community. Yeah, so on Sunday, November 28th, so America Zelaya was selected president of Honduras. They're still a vote going on right now, so we don't know the official result yet, but she has over half the lead in the country. The libre party was created if you'll remember in 2011 as a result of the 2009 coup d'etat, which was sponsored by the U.S., the U.S. backed coup d'etat. That's a fact. Do you buy? By the United States, exactly. Sponsored by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was implicated and during the Barack Obama administration. So the coup d'etat brought the country into deep hole, economically politically and socially, the rule of law was broken, and for 12 years, the nationalist party has ruled since 2014 when a lander landes was the nationalist party leader. And he basically ruled the country through authoritarianism. He's linked to narco trafficking his brother was convicted in a New York federal court of bringing into the United States, cocaine, the corruption scandals are a balance, right? The stealing from the social security administration, ceiling from public agencies. And the latest this year was approving laws that were without dialog Congress without proper voting, brought in the law, for example, what they call this zones of economic development, which would make public land sellable to U.S. investors, where they could create private model cities, you know, kind of like Elon Musk could go to homun and develop a private city. In the middle of I didn't know that they see this is why I wanted to I had no idea that was happening. Wow. And the other thing is they've also abortion with illegal Nintendo's gay marriage with illegal, but they wanted to make it extra illegal. And so they enshrined it into the constitution in January 2021. Again, without discussion without proper forum in Congress. And so now to change these laws like the laws and land and abortion and gay marriage, the Congress would have to vote, you would need 75% of the vote because it's actually changing the constitution. Yeah, so this is a big deal. So this is what and let me just read some comments you made on democracy now just on November 30th talking about show Madagascar. He said this win for Honduras is a testament to bottom up organizing to people without money without any resources facing exodus, facing migration, facing great violence, took to the streets peacefully to say enough is enough, we are voting for the dead for those who perish since the coup d'etat. Those are pretty historic words coming from what you were saying. So what's the mood? What are people saying? You know, what are you, you know, I'm sure you're in contact with people around us and in the community here in California, what's the mood in terms of if this result holds? I think it's people are ecstatic. They wanted to change. You know, this was a vote for the Liberal Party, but also it was a vote for against the nationalist party in winterland. It was a vote against corruption. You know, the majority of the people that voted on this election were young people under 30. Again, we won't have an analysis until a couple of weeks from now. But, you know, the majority of people who turned out are young people. And so you would think that those are the people that want to come to the United States, but no, they want to change their country. They want to stay. They want to their tired of corruption. I think also the children of the coup. That's who you got to remember because in 2009, 12 years ago, these were the children who saw all that suffering. And now they can vote. And so I think that the coup has been not just a coup, but the resistance movement that formed after the coup has been such a training moment for young people. I have seen so much incredible movement come out of young people, young feminists, not just on abortion, but are my trans right, black trans rights on land and water defenders. People who were politicized by Berta caceres and by Berta cassettes murder, even though the case was one for beta acid, is there still no conviction on The Killers? The intellectual and so all of this politicized people, right? They saw such great injustice because young people are connected through social media, not just with hondurans, but throughout the world, right? And so they learn about justice movements and Argentina and Espana and Mexico and they see what's in that happening in Honduras. And they begin to develop an agenda. So I think that when people talk about Honduras, sometimes in the United States, we only focus on the exodus of course. It's so magnificent. And notice that the exodus started in 2018 right after the 2017 fragile and elections, which is when I think I spoke to you last. Right, right. Exactly. And so that exodus was tied to that great injustice of the fraudulent election. So I think this is an interesting moment because it really breaks all the paradigms of the old ways we used to think about Central America. We used to think about Central America in the context of Reagan in the context of and to communism and the Cold War, right? And we used to think about devastation, right? And migration, but now we're seeing a young electorate with a voice. And so I'm excited to see what the next four ten years brings..

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"honduras" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

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"honduras" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"honduras" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

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CREATE with Katrina Julia

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"honduras" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

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07:34 min | 1 year ago

"honduras" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

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03:58 min | 1 year ago

"honduras" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

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"honduras" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

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02:12 min | 1 year ago

"honduras" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

"Well shoe fit each all teams on marketing business and try to slice and business. You love i've been there. I've walked from fierce aid. Self love calling on a long transformation and bright walking so you a wife travel to honduras and white. You want to know while honduras may have a rocky history. Does it mean travels off limits when you travel with caution and common sense traveled honduras. Maybe beyond what you ever imagined. El salvador isn't the only country in central america. That surprised me. Honduras means great depths in spanish named after the deep waters along the coast by christopher columbus honduras offers the jewel of the caribbean the largest hieroglyphic in the world and rich biodiversity with over seven hundred species of birds and plants. I didn't plan on travel to honduras in twenty twenty one. But i stayed open to it when a digital marketing project and press trip to honduras presented itself with hotel sandoval and tori centro waterpark sandoval. I immediately said yes. Hotel sandoval is rated consistently with five stars on google reviews. A great way to travel to honduras is to start with whoever oklahoma pekka honduras after traveling to el salvador..

Liberals Continue to Push Everyday Racism Against White People

Mark Levin

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Liberals Continue to Push Everyday Racism Against White People

"I'm really getting sick and tired Of the racism that is being pushed every single day in the media by the Democrat party at school board meetings by members of Congress I am sick of it And by racism I mean you can say anything you want Anything About a white person or white people Joy Reid is a bigot and she's a homophobe and she's disgusting And I'll get back to her in a minute And she's not alone We've critical race theory being pushed throughout our society including our schools with little kids which is a racist ideology trashing white people Look how they dehumanize individuals You're a white person Doesn't matter what you do how you do it where you do your white Now you can be white and be from Switzerland and you can be white and be from Bolivia But apparently all white people have everything in common Just like all black people are all the same And all Latinos are all the same whether you're from Honduras or Mexico These convenient racist categories they stick us and started with the federal government And the Democrat party pursues them in their own interests And the American Marxist just love it Love it And they have these low IQ Hateful people all over cable and network television all races and if they don't have enough they bring them in from the outside So called professors and experts and authors and all the rest I am sick of it

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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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Is Taiwan About to Lose Another Long-Term Ally to Beijing?

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Is Taiwan About to Lose Another Long-Term Ally to Beijing?

"Is the upcoming election in honduras in central america causing a storm over fourteen thousand kilometers away in east asia. The answer is the country's longstanding relationship with taiwan which china claims as its own territory and allegations that beijing is trying to undermine the historical ties between taipei and all seagull palm. Well some some ellis bloomberg's taipei bureau chief. And he's on the line with more something. Can you begin by filling us in on that relationship between taiwan and honduras. Well hundreds is one of taiwan's last few remaining official diplomatic allies so one of the last few countries anywhere in the world. The officially view taiwan as a country so photon The importance of maintaining as many of these last fifteen allies as possible is huge. Like it is Really crucial to maintaining. It's the tight covered. Taipei governments claimed that. Taiwan is a sovereign independent country separate from the people's republic china. Now of course the relations that These last few allies have with taiwan officially the republic of china taiwan the state. And taiwan's official name. You know a legacy. Leftover from the government that used to rule china before the people's republic had sleds to taiwan during the civil war. And so you know over the last eight years. More and more countries have been switching recognition to beijing. As the people's republic of china is the official government of china. So y- taiwan is is very much invested in maintaining these last few allies as as possible Because it really does. Maintain this claim that taiwan suffered sovereign independent

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USMNT’s Comeback After a Horrible Start in Honduras Sets Important Marker

ESPN FC

01:10 min | 1 year ago

USMNT’s Comeback After a Horrible Start in Honduras Sets Important Marker

"The us men's win over honduras for one finished but it really was a tale of two halves. I'll start with you again. How worried we were in the first half it looked as was going to be a disaster was a little bit. Nervous at halftime really beyond. It didn't look so good. But then obviously the second half was to remain as they kind of the equalizer. They've threw themselves into that game day. They're really fought for every single ball. Every engine the field of a feisty there but going into that one against one battle adjusted to the circumstances day zula and then one day. They got their goal. The equalizer they really then controlling a game and dominating greg to meet the right adjustments for the second half that brought you brought in the right people as well you know it worked out just perfectly and a ended up in a tremendous big win and i think that calms everybody down. Now it was well-deserved. They really can enjoy that moment because to win in honduras in such a place. Some beatles. Zula is very rare. So so you've got to take that all in and congratulations to them was awesome

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USMNT Survive Qualifier Scare, Defeating Honduras 4-1

ESPN FC

01:21 min | 1 year ago

USMNT Survive Qualifier Scare, Defeating Honduras 4-1

"Hello come into espn. F c k murray and ali marino. Here with you in the studio we are also joined by jurgen klinsmann. Casey keller and ian darke to to look back on the us men's win over honduras for one finished but it really was a tale of two halves. I'll start with you again. How worried we were in the first half it looked as was going to be a disaster was a little bit. Nervous at halftime really beyond. It didn't look so good. But then obviously the second half was to remain as they kind of the equalizer. They've threw themselves into that game day. They're really fought for every single ball. Every engine the field of a feisty there but going into that one against one battle adjusted to the circumstances day zula and then one day. They got their goal. The equalizer they really then controlling a game and dominating greg to meet the right adjustments for the second half that brought you brought in the right people as well you know it worked out just perfectly and a ended up in a tremendous big win and i think that calms everybody down. Now it was well-deserved. They really can enjoy that moment because to win in honduras in such a place. Some beatles. Zula is very rare. So so you've got to take that all in and congratulations to them was awesome

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"honduras" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"honduras" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Know what i mean but i can't even describe how important it was to get that goal. Three minutes end immediately. Be back on level terms. You know we'll talk about the first half. Of course i don't want to gloss over it but that was that second half was needed and it it it did at least tell me something about those guys who were out there last night with the change in formation worked to substitutes worked and i think the intensity was all. I'm one of the things that you can't get away from using. Show me all the stat sheets. You want heat maps ex g everything that the modern manager and coach has to influence decision making. But you've got to compete for the ball you've got to win second balls and and you've got hold of ball if you if you look at the d goal that was scored with With ricardo peppy involved. I think it was the first school where he holds off the defender flicks it round the corner. Pulitzer drives the ball is is spinal. Wide goes into the box on a goal is scored. Eventually a goal is scored but true anthony robbins. It's just there was intensity speed of play. there was also grit and determination in the first half it. would it be nice sergeant or peppy. Who was just shoved off the ball by d. honduran players. There was an there was more grit in the second. Half joy dot that's stuff matters and the particularly matters when you lost every single fifty fifty every single second ball in the first half was important that the us came out straight out of the gate with with the new purpose in intensity. And they did do that. I know look this. This is the kind of stuff that For years commentators have used in lieu of talking about actual tactics the tactics. The formation changes did work for three much better than three than the three centre-half's which wasn't working. I think Signs in the center of the park was was clearly a problem as well in the first half honduras. Hiring did help in the second half to they weren't able to keep things open and the game stretched which suited the us put. The attitude was much better in the second half. Talk about the first half now. I mean we're we're going to do a lot more good stuff when when jeff joins and a couple other things. I want to mention before we get on. But we'll talk about the first half. Because i truly don't want to gloss over i know you don't i know you don't. I was only being facetious for comic effect. The point about it is Was was not the right time to play a team that had never played to get together for a formation. That was clearly alien to them and that they didn't know how to to to us or to utilize no i know why san started in midfield. I know it's a curiosity having seen. How poorly he played. He was just chasing shadows. It was terrible and even when he was on the ball he was in possession but the idea of playing him there was to try and have a measure of passing penetration because he is a good passer of the ball and that's why he played in their mistake to play him in there. A not. have tyler adams in the centre one hundred percent for me a true mistake there are. There are things that that bear halter couldn't control like talked about intensity winning tacos first touches with. How bad was some of our control. How many times did we cough the ball up. I mean that is stuff. bear hall. Can't control another thing. He can't control. that is beyond him. Is john brooks issue. John brooks on that goal. Just shooting out like i often talk about. You know when you've got the wrong player circled when you're playing playstation shows are long it is since i pay playstation port and you hit the. You're the guy you want and control to make the move is not the guy and suddenly you see a player to shoot out. That's what happened with him. He goes chasing the ball too much trying to involve in front of the defense when holding and maintaining shape is much more important. I i don't know what to do with him right now. I don't know either. But surely like this preconceived notion that he is the best defender on this team and look cuddled that notion to i mean i see i seen him play in the champions league and and for his club team in like i do know that he's capable being a great defender but we we're not seeing that version of him often for this team and right now. Like two miles robinson's the best. He's the best center back on this team. I don't care where he's what league he's playing. How many games. He's actually played for this team. Ages experience that none of that matters right now. The got to qualify and your best players need to be out there playing for you and right now john brooks he ain't it. I'm not saying right. I'm off now would never say that. But i mean like you gotta go with the hot hand and like i don't know right now. He's he's not helping them. So it's it'll be interesting to see in october what they do but even people i like. I've seen this problem with brooks combing a long long way down the back. I didn't think he was pretty good in the national league in in that game. I just don't like some of the way he defense. Sometimes the act of defending andrew maintaining shape and doing nothing don't give gaps don't give spaces holder position. Hold your shape. Mike goodman who we respect a lot. I really didn't have john brooks having to terrible matches as the number one reason the. Us are in serious trouble. But here we are. I mean most people didn't even me with all my reservations about brooks didn't see that as a problem but that was just from soup to nuts in that first half that was just a terrible performance like from technical execution to the position to players were playing in just everything was wrong and and required the second half that it that it had to turn it around a lot of good stories also last night ricardo peppy. First and foremost i mean can commit hate her andrew. First of all he initiates the move That's sorry when he sets up. Okay i'll get to the aronson. Gold the calmness where he he does the one thing we talked about that the. Us can't do.

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"honduras" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"honduras" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Know what i mean but i can't even describe how important it was to get that goal. Three minutes end immediately. Be back on level terms. You know we'll talk about the first half. Of course i don't want to gloss over it but that was that second half was needed and it it it did at least tell me something about those guys who were out there last night with the change in formation worked to substitutes worked and i think the intensity was all. I'm one of the things that you can't get away from using. Show me all the stat sheets. You want heat maps ex g everything that the modern manager and coach has to influence decision making. But you've got to compete for the ball you've got to win second balls and and you've got hold of ball if you if you look at the d goal that was scored with With ricardo peppy involved. I think it was the first school where he holds off the defender flicks it round the corner. Pulitzer drives the ball is is spinal. Wide goes into the box on a goal is scored. Eventually a goal is scored but true anthony robbins. It's just there was intensity speed of play. there was also grit and determination in the first half it. would it be nice sergeant or peppy. Who was just shoved off the ball by d. honduran players. There was an there was more grit in the second half joint dot that's stuff matters and the particularly matters when you lost every single fifty fifty every single second ball in the first half it was important that the us came out straight out of the gate with with the new purpose in intensity and they did do that. I know look this. This is the kind of stuff that For years commentators have used in lieu of talking about actual tactics the tactics. The formation changes did work for three much better than three than the three centre-half's which wasn't working. I think Signs in the center of the park was was clearly a problem as well in the first half honduras. Hiring did help in the second half to they weren't able to keep things open and the game stretched which suited the us put. The attitude was much better in the second half. Talk about the first half now. I mean we're we're going to do a lot more good stuff when when jeff joins and a couple other things. I want to mention before we get on. But we'll talk about the first half. Because i truly don't gloss over i know you don't i know you don't. I was only being facetious for comic effect. The point about it is Was was not the right time to play a team that had never played to get together for a formation. That was clearly alien to them and that they didn't know how to to to us or to utilize no i know why san started in midfield. I know it's a curiosity having seen. How poorly he played. He was just chasing shadows. It was terrible and even when he was on the ball he was in possession but the idea of playing him there was to try and have a measure of passing penetration because he is a good passer of the ball and that's why he played in their mistake to play him in there. A not. have tyler adams in the centre one hundred percent for me a true mistake there are. There are things that that bear halter couldn't control like talked about intensity winning tacos first touches with. How bad was some of our control. How many times did we cough the ball up. I mean that is stuff. bear hall. Can't control another thing. He can't control. that is beyond him. Is john brooks issue. John brooks on that goal. Just shooting out like i often talk about. You know when you've got the wrong player circled when you're playing playstation shows are long it is since i pay playstation port and you hit the. You're the guy you want and control to make the move is not the guy and suddenly you see a player to shoot out. That's what happened with him. He goes chasing the ball too much trying to involve in front of the defense when holding and maintaining shape is much more important. I i don't know what to do with him right now. I don't know either. But surely like this preconceived notion that he is the best defender on this team and look cuddled that notion to i mean i see i seen him play in the champions league and and for his club team in like i do know that he's capable being a great defender but we we're not seeing that version of him often for this team and right now. Like two miles robinson's the best. He's the best center back on this team. I don't care where he's what league he's playing. How many games. He's actually played for this team. Ages experience that none of that matters right now. The got to qualify and your best players need to be out there playing for you and right now john brooks he ain't it. I'm not saying right. I'm off now would never say that. But i mean like you gotta go with the hot hand and like i don't know right now. He's he's not helping them. So it's it'll be interesting to see in october what they do but even people i like. I've seen this problem with brooks combing a long long way down the back. I didn't think he was pretty good in the national league in in that game. I just don't like some of the way he defense. Sometimes the act of defending andrew maintaining shape and doing nothing don't give gaps don't give spaces holder position. Hold your shape. Mike goodman who we respect a lot. I really didn't have john brooks having to terrible matches as the number one reason the. Us are in serious trouble. But here we are. I mean most people didn't even me with all my reservations about brooks didn't see that as a problem but that was just from soup to nuts in that first half that was just a terrible performance like from technical execution to the position to players were playing in just everything was wrong and and required the second half that it that it had to turn it around a lot of good stories also last night ricardo peppy. First and foremost i mean can commit hater andrew first of all he initiates the move That's sorry when he sets up. Okay i'll get to the aronson. Gold the calmness where he he does the one thing we talked about that the. Us can't do.

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US Men Defeat Honduras, 4-1

Caught Offside

01:49 min | 1 year ago

US Men Defeat Honduras, 4-1

"Much up for about an hour last night and then we stop staring into it and we scored a few goals and all of a sudden. I think that everything is going to be absolutely perfect forever forever and ever it got bleak last night it got dark. It's amazing it's almost like. Us soccer twitter jayjay. It's of all like the twitter spaces. I think it's the most manic roller coaster ride. It's crazy is for for people who don't follow a lot of us soccer accounts or whatever like it's a crazy place. And i think last night we actually at halftime had a manager. Change greg bear halter. He was fired on. Us soccer twitter at the end of the first half. Then after the subs anthony robinson's go. We played three minutes without a manager. But after robinson's goal bear halter was actually rehired and finish the game out as manager. So he's now back in his second stint with us soccer and it was very interesting as well for an hour and starting mls players. Terrible idea what are you doing. Joe bed better terrible. We smelled and then for the last twenty minutes. It was like land. That i love stand beside. Mls son guide its players to the national team. Like you just don't know what you're what you're gonna get oscillating wildly you you. It's a crazy place and you cannot allow yourself to get sucked into the one hundred percent absolutes. That are run out that this guy sucks. Why is he. I don't ever want to see him again. But now it's just a funny place. But anyway i don't know how deeply want to go into that. It was just a funny

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Democrats Panic As Hispanic Voters Leave the Party

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Democrats Panic As Hispanic Voters Leave the Party

"Democrats panic asian voters. Leave the party. What are the trends that we are seeing. And why does it matter. Why is it so important okay. So you've got newt. Gingrich trending on twitter. Because he's he's spouting off about replacement ideology which is sprint. Conspiracy theorist for for far right trolls on the internet. No actually democrats admitted that they are pro demographic replacement. Why does any of this surprise us when we have things like. Crt raging throughout our institutions especially our schools that are essentially anti white racialist marxism. Why should be. Why should we be surprised that there's such a strong anti white sentiment within the democrat community. That they are cheering and they have been for years by the way. We're just sort of finally. it's week we call it the great awakening of america to the weakness so we are becoming awake to the wo- kness so we're not not replacement some fringe thing. I mean they're just really proud about it but this is the great irony of it now. I am very anti illegal immigration. I'm actually very in favor of decreasing legal immigration. I think one point two million legals is far too much. So let's take that down by like half if not three chords. I'm not even kidding. I think they're good immigrants. And then there are not so good immigrants and i think illegal immigration is an absolute travesty. Nevertheless sweet irony of all of this and we saw this recently with the cuban crisis that has erupted that the democrats are very happy to take future democrat. Voters or who they think are going to be democrat voters from the northern triangle nicaragua salvador honduras guatemala for mexico. They're very happy to take those immigrants and they're very happy to basically make claims that the border is totally under control. But it's not because actually they're playing along gay. They call that replacement theory or ideology. It's total garbage. It's actually just calling a spate of spayed. We know what they're up to. We know what it is and yet look at these headlights. Is there from today. Folks biden tries to stem the alarming flow of minority voters away from democrats ahead of midterm elections. That's from the washington examiner. Pj media democrats panic as latinos and asian voters. Leave the party. How about the atlantic voters who could turn california read the state. Gop comeback runs through latino communities.

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Tearful Reunion After Mom Saw Photo of Daughter at Border

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Tearful Reunion After Mom Saw Photo of Daughter at Border

"It was a tearful reunion for a mom who saw a photo of her daughter crossing the Mexican border alone six years ago Glenda Valdez kissed her toddler Emily good bye and left Honduras for the United States Valdez saw an AP photo a family trying to cross the border into the U. S. they reunited at the airport in Austin Texas yeah Emily is now nine at the border she said she was thirsty and didn't have anything to drink she didn't like it and didn't know where she was going once mom saw the picture she started making calls the complex I don't tell this is she now feels complete children are typically released with instructions to appear in immigration court where a judge rules on their asylum claims decisions can take years I'm at Donahue

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