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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"Death stats for covert nineteen around the world. Well jerry significant and let me give you a fact in march of twenty twenty. The cdc here in the united states change the way death certificates were going to be filled out and the change that cdc made in march twenty twenty produced higher death rates due to colon. Because he's the truth. A lot of people lots of people die with cove it in their funny not from kovin. Okay so covet. They stay test people here in the united states to see whether they have cohen. That doesn't mean dying directly strictly alone from kovin when she did a study of how many people died solely from kovin. I think the number was six percent saw. Yes these deaths. Fatality numbers are blown up and they are financially driven. Us hospitals do get a lot more money when they declare it this as a in a covert column by the way the word that's being used officially in the united states this they don't use the word holy by kovin may use the word related. That's the key word. Deaths related to kovin. That's what counted here as cova deaths in the next show guys is not misleading. The public thinking you know twenty percent of my town of died of covert when public. Free percent died of covent differ. Seventeen percent died because it was something that was in the hospital with cancer or bokan that got infected got septicemia because kevin was on the war in the seventeen percent of different cases you know so they basically near play in the figures on the On that one after be reason. There's a reason why they did it here. In the united states the reason forgetting high numbers for cova deaths and by the way in my daily newspaper. I can tell you. Two thousand americans are still dying every day from covert according to the government right. The reason forgiving high numbers for deaths cove. It is to create. Cheer the word fear in the public because more fearful frightened. The public is the more acceptable or authoritarian actions by the government non-democratic actions by the government. That's what we've been seeing. You've gotta have the public afraid of the pandemic in order for them to accept vaccine. Mandates lockdown sco closing masking mandates. All the father -tarian things that the government is doing here. Okay you gotta have a public that is fearful frightened of the virus. Got a question. For andy now. Boris johnson city to see the buddies pileup then have locked down. now i even lost At least two hundred forty thousand people in the uk. So how does he get away with that. How.

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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"And naturally signed on right away. So how many families around the world have been put in the position and therefore naturally elevating falsely the death stats for cove. Nineteen around the world in wellington jerry significant. And let me give you a fact. In march of twenty twenty the cdc here in the united states change the way death certificates. We're going to be filled out. And the change that cdc made in march twenty twenty produced higher. Death rates do kovin. Because he's the truth. A lot of people lots of people die with covert in their funny but not from covet. Okay so covet. They do test people here in the united states to see whether they have cohen. That doesn't mean the dying directly strictly alone from cove it when cdc study of how many people died solely from kovin. I think the number was six percent so but yes these deaths. Fatality numbers are blown up and they are financially driven. Us hospitals do get a lot more money when they declare this as a in the covert column by the way the word that's being used officially in the united states is not that these coca this they don't use the word coys by kovin may use toward related. That's the key word. Death related to kovin. That's what counted here as cova deaths in the next show guys is that not misleading. The public thinking the twenty percent of my town of died of curved when public free percent died of covent differ. Seventeen percent died because it was something that was in the hospital would cancel birkin like the guy infected got septicemia and because cave. It was on the war in the seventeen percent of different cases. So they basically manipulating the figures on the On that one asks to be well the reason. There's a reason why they did it here. In the united states the region forgetting high numbers for cova deaths and by the way in my daily newspaper. I can tell you. Two thousand americans are still dying everyday from covert according to the government or the reason for giving high numbers for deaths from cove it is to create here the word fear in the public. Because the more fearful find. The public is the more acceptable or 'authoritarian actions by the government non-democratic actions by the government. That's what we've been seeing. You've got to have the public frayne of the pandemic in order for them to accept vaccine. Mandates lockdown sco closing masking mandates all the authoritarian. Things that the government is doing here. Okay you gotta have a public that is fearful frightened of the virus. I pushing for andy. Now boris johnson said. He'd rather see the buddies pile up then. Have another lockdown. Now i even lost at least one hundred forty thousand people in the uk. So how does he get away with that. How does he get away with staying in power and making comments like that to be honest. I find them a deduction. Might that statement and i think it was pushed under the cap with mainstream media but we did see evidence. The actually made that statement It was twisted to him and his em organisation how we can get away with him. I don't have a clue mission. And that's why the these organizations the blocking them twenty five daily 'em because of that white can you get away. I can go by to ons. A think people in the uk will let him do it not sign. He'll stay in powerful longer because gun bites. You mentioned that. Point gun by to joe said.

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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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

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Biden slips into political quicksand amid Haitian migrant buildup

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:46 min | 1 year ago

Biden slips into political quicksand amid Haitian migrant buildup

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

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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

UK Column Podcasts

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"Receives a letter receives an invitation a piece to take it up and become part of this world. I trial so we couldn't get into a hospital actually be treated. We can't have normal tests in hospitals but we now go to a retail park in order to get these new blood tests What's going on. We'll have to look at this tweet. Froma she says the nhs has a successful track record of leading the way on innovations in cancer diagnosis and treatment and this quick and simple blood tests could malt the beginning of the revolution in cancer detection and treatment here in the world so around the world so this is all to do with the uk leading medical technology. How did the public replied to this. well it was fascinating to see what they said. The first one was this people coming to the troy. Love elizabeth homes. This is the threat us trials so this is a biotech company. That was looking at this sort of test which up the lady made billions but now is suddenly become. An enemy of the state is facing a trial. Overhaul about what she said she could do. So that was the first reply to amanda. And then we had this. You'll find cancer earlier if reception install subjective went to prevent patient seen gp's and gp's didn't dismiss patients reporting cancer symptoms and saying stuff like probably announcer or a sore throat so very down to earth response and this sort of went on this this gentleman if we take it at face value asif quiz inside early detection of cancer. Not equate saving. Lives not much. Good when you'll surgery phones you to delay or blood tests for six weeks because of the shortage of sample bottles and only goes more on the shortage of glass tubes so people absolutely picking up on the reality. nhs's about started large scale trial of covert vaccines for children that have no long term safety data very questionable short term safety data so this is starting to mix it vaccines and the foam ceuta goals. We spoke about earlier What is what is target can be called the blood tests. Where is the evidence base. What happens to people with positive results. How specific is it. Sounds like a gimmick so the public very very astute in picking up what the new chief executive is talking about abbott. We all this is the mirror and hfs trailing while is now the holy grail of blood tests apparently spot fifty cancers before symptoms appear but once it's produced a result what happens because there is no treatment in the nhl at the moment. And of course we win this sometime ago. This is by february. Twenty nine teen. Could we soon be able to detect cancer in ten minutes This is part of the all tickle about seven years ago researchers at the us dna sequencing company alumina started to notice something odds they were looking expectant mothers and then they realized that in some cases they were seeing soins of cancer in those Mothers to be But as we go into this article we get into it in twenty. Sixteen luminaires created silicon valley based spin off company. Grail with Era venice as chief scientific officer by act more than by more than one point. Five billion in funding including money from microsoft co founder bill gates and amazon founder. jeff bezos. The very man sat with the authority at the start of the news. So what we've actually got here is a test which is going to point us where well let's come onto it because if we look looked grail in pursuit of innovation to solve healthcare's most important challenges over a glossy that full of engineers apparently but it says they're working with the nhs in the gallery study investigating the clinical economic performance of the gallery test in the uk's and chest. The study will initially enroll Hundred forty thousand people aged fifty to seventy seven in the united kingdom. Now these are people who have gone any soins cancer. I'm got a history of cancer They gonna be trial to tell them that they've got cancer and presumably then to site now. You've got cancer. We don't do anything because the nhs's shutdown i'm This is one of the big men in grail. So it's hopeful kumhal. He's the president of grail europe. But interestingly enough he spent fifteen years with cancer research uk. And that's one of the organizations that we've already seen is working behind the scenes in these sort of coalitions in order to form government policy. So david there's a revolving door going on here. Just giving you twenty seconds. We don't know who is running the nhs at the moment. Is it the government or is it a behind the scenes control network with Who's basil simonsen isn't it. Who's actually running the nhs a lot of questions to be all stuffing well. Absolutely an unfair to two cents. What set of priorities. Because it's it's not the set of priorities of the patients of the customers of nhtsa. They don't really have a view. It's essentially blonde centrally managed The people are not listened to on a number of levels not listen an policy level. Often not listen to. Inside the doctor's surgery us those tweets or highlighting On that fundamental problem with the hfs no-one's addressing nobody's addressing a tool. Well the interaction between the nhl and big profit making former is very deep This is a quote from sir. So hopewell kumo here. President grail europe. He said we're delighted to with the nhs to support the chest long-term plan for early a cancer diagnosis and inventions gillet. Retest on how wonderful it is But of course at the moment the nhs is not able to provide and a thing to deal with this but the solution is around the corner because What we now see is proposals. That they're going to deal with cancer. Boy vaccination so here we've got the first patient dosed with bio in tech face to troll of the m are in a cancer vaccine so it seems that behind the scenes the nhs database as it were just being used to absolutely drive more profit for the vaccine industry. But at the same time we've got the government saying well the uk population over medicated and the soy defects. Much of that medication is very dangerous. Except where it's a vaccine when the government refuses to talk about vaccine adverse effects so one other area that the nhs's very came to get vaulted instead of actually treating patients of course is Advertising and pr because That's what drives people's opinions of the So here is talent talks This is the uk's leading casting agency and will they have advertised a job coming up which nhs of film shoot people aged. It takes eddie for general roles This is taking place on saturday. The twenty fifth september. It is paid so they are shooting for the ehich s between thursday. The twenty thousand saturday the twenty fifth september out of a variety of requirements. So if you want to take part in and ehich us Pr exercise That that's the place to go for that but That's much more important than Getting appointments to gp's image spin peel hype but not treating people who are sick more priority now last week We mentioned this petition. Law discrimination against those who do not get a covert nineteen vaccination The petition was closed. This is one of two petitions. This particular one got three hundred forty seven thousand five hundred fourteen signatures of the one hundred thousand required in order to get a parliamentary debate. So as i say that was this what other petition which were being debated on the twentieth Which is monday afternoon. And so the parliament debating this on the twentieth. Let's have a look. david I'm sure that you'll have seen this image. For the first time you'll be highly impressed with the number of members of parliament who turned up to debate this petition There you can see it. How many are there one. Two three four five six six of them And the minister of state was there to answer questions as well It wasn't so much a bit as more a statement series of statements explaining high each of these. Mp's thought that the government's vaccine role. I program absolutely fantastic That they thought that the disinformation misinformation that was on the internet about vaccines was disgraced And really they were looking for they very much urging people that if they had any vaccine any hesitant as isn't it all about vaccines that they should speak to their. Gp's about well. That's a bit unfortunate because people can't speak to their g. piece At the moment so there seems to be a complete lack of any awareness or any reality amongst this lot but six hundred fifty. Mp's six seem to have turned up for this debate Say it wasn't a debate because there was no contra argument here These were all this was. You couldn't use a word other than echo chamber here david to describe what was going on there. These people are disgrace. That's that's absolutely appalling. Three hundred thousand people ask for debate. Those there's a million people watching london.

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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

09:49 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"Around sixty three percent of its population has now completed full kovac. Kobe vaccination cycle which is just one point behind the united kingdom and between july and august. The share of french having received at least one job hears about curve. Kids about seventy three percent overtook. Those those people single jobs in the us. Germany italy israel and the uk and in the coming days. It's expected that the milestone of fifty million people out of a population of sixty seven million people in france jew to be had at least one vaccine and as progressed and as back back donation program has continued soap new paths nations have slowed down as being in the case in many countries but they also remains so if some of the highest new vaccination still happening within europe. So we're seeing this really big increase in people in france who are getting the kovac scenes at least getting the first job in starting that process and over the same time period that that vaccination rate has shot up. France introduced its vaccine passport. Also known as the health pass and this means that you need prefects nation to do certain things in the country. Do we know what effect this had. How much is this played into this. Really changing vaccination rate. Yeah so the piece that we have a published. This week is looking a little bit of the impact of the vaccine passports as well and it does appear. It has had so pre significant difference in terms of people getting the vaccine so the acceleration. His vaccination campaign is largely believed to be due to the controversial health past policy between late july and early august showing proof of immunization or negative. Kobe test has become mandatory for people entering cinema museums restaurants bars. And for those using long distance public transport and that sort of incentive to do to get the vaccine to be able to do these types of things To take part social in largely social ways of life and seeing other people have been linked back to sort of the overall vaccination drive and the move to introduce these vaccine. Passports was introduced by emmanuel macron on july. The twelve and it took a lot of people by surprise at that time but over the week that followed his televised address wearing made this announcement free point. Seven million people booked their shots on one of the vaccination websites and in this piece. We were speaking to a meteorologist. Elaine fisher. Who's one of the top advisors to the french vaccine campaign and he said that the health past its job and the estimates that up to four to five million people got jabbed as a result of the health passed being introduced of those people that were getting vaccinated after the after health pass was introduced people within the eighteen to twenty four bracket rose from less than fifty percents having at least one vaccination to over eighty six percent. In some of the most recent pickers that we have and fisher said that he was expecting to help pass to impact but maybe not as big as we they actually saw and in other good news for the government not only did. The french people respond to the health passed by getting the vaccine. Now apparently sixty or seventy percent also appears to have the people pay to generally approve of the policy according to some of the most latest polls so the health passes obviously played a big role in boosting vaccination rates in france. It can't be the only factor because this is really quite a turnaround from a country that was known for quite low take-up vaccines suddenly being up there. With some of the countries that have the highest take-up of course. Yeah i don't think you can ever really have one factor being the only sort influencing thing here and there's been a bit of an evidence in a shift in some people's attitudes towards vaccines in general so back in two thousand eight hundred and one survey carried out looking at vaccine hesitancy in one hundred forty four different countries. France emerge as one of the most as the most skeptical with affirmative responded saying that they considered vaccines in general as and save even though obviously evidence shows that they are not and with of like widespread spread distrust in mind. The french authorities originally devised a pre causes vaccination process which in first-phase phase only targeted care homes for the elderly. As i think we've also seen around the world and as a result so of of this cautious approach within the first couple of weeks of the year that was only one hundred thousand people in france that had the vaccine which was at the time seven times fewer than germany but this this campaign in this overly cautious approached. It came under a lot of political pressure within the country. And then that led to this of speeding up of the vaccination program. As i mean i think is also true elsewhere around the world. There was an issue lag in terms of supply which is of like sped up as production increased everywhere and generally experts say that so the overall months long matt mass vaccination program which has had extensive media coverage when france and has and has the data shown has had a clear impact hospitalizations. These all of these effects have generally made public less worried than it used to be which has also helped people to accept kobe passports. As well and in july ahead of macron's an issue kovic possible announcement the share people who still refuse to get vaccinated against copay was down to around fifteen to twenty percent which is a huge drop compared to the beginning of the so essentially. There's a lot of different factors at play in terms of timescales media coverage a public information campaigns etc. The have sort of slowly convince people wouldn't promised be less skeptical of the vaccines and you said earlier. Matt obviously now. A majority of people in france seemed to support the vaccine passport policy. There but vaccine passports have been a subject of a lot of heated debate in the uk and around the world. The civil civil liberties groups have warned that vaccine passports can exacerbate inequalities and maybe decrease trust in governments. And they've won that mandating people to get vaccines to participate in social life. Risks creating two-tier societies. Where you know you have one tariff people who are able to go about and live life in one way and others who are not able to do that because they are not vaccinated. So what have we seen happening. In france around this presumably the has been a bit of control definitely has been widespread and quite regular protests Taking place in france so in early august the number of protesters protesting every week was hit. It's peak of two hundred forty thousand people so we've seen big marches in the streets in protests against the the vaccine palace political issues as well but these peaked in early august and remained so within some political camps of the some sort of fears or concerns that there may be another season also protracted attentions in the streets just like we saw in late two thousand eighteen in two thousand nine hundred with the yellow vest movement in france. And there's some of that sort of residual anger that still very much em- place but the crowds marching every week at the moment. Include a wide range of different people in different motivations so there are hardline anti vaccines. There are conspiracy theorist thera people who still support the yellow vest movement and had added issue of vaccine passports till there to too so long list of grievances against the political system. There are people are an marching because they have their own ends of the political spectrum but also moderates who don't want the fundamental choices about the health to be dictated to them as a one of the people that we spoke to who was protesting on this in the middle of area. they're not necessarily against vaccinations. But the obligation against getting the vaccine and another academic study published in june. This year shows the in france of headed towards the vaccines including of covert nineteen. Vaccinations is higher. Among those with lower incomes or lower education levels and among emigrants so. There's a various different of levels of concern. Different areas of people are posted these but at the same time there's also being reports emerging across france of a flourishing black market in fake health passes which typically acosta few hundred years each and can be worked around the system in a few different ways essentially so there are multiple ways. Some people are looking to avoid the obligation of the health pass as well and what about the businesses that had to make sure health passes were in place the bars and restaurants that suddenly were compelled to to be checking these things and making sure they have the infrastructure in place to make sure that people were showing the covert passport when they needed to what. What did they make a policy. It was quite a surprising to many people when this was initially announced and then implemented so the health pass has taken a toll on many of the businesses where is required since it became mandatory on. August the ninth and so cinemas lost reported seven million ticket sales in the month due to kobe passports..

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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"Last. They're not dying knuckle the hospital but they're getting cold the vaccinated people as we know we see it every weekend athletes and and then politicians and media people getting had it. It's mild is not. It's not killing them but they're getting it and it's not just because the unvaccinated that speech was disturbing i know we don't expect much from joe but was he was angry. He was scolding people again. This is a guy who said he wouldn't trust the vaccine less than It'd be about eight months ago. Wouldn't trust it and now if you don't trust it if you just want a little more time if you want a little more data you're a bad person and he will fire you. He's like one of those lords in scotland in braveheart. It will kick you off you land and starve your family. If you don't submit that's the declaration from the oval office. And i don't know did you watch the whole thing. Because he was angry. I didn't watch all angry. He was scolding people had that old angry man face and it was disturbing of course took no questions because he never does and made stuff up about how Oh it was all the fault of the unvaccinated. As we talked about on thursday with turtle boy they have taken a group pitted against a bit in another group against them. It's the majority against the minority. And if you're wondering why Turtle boy tweeted this Re tweeted this poll and they took polls in all the swing states like pennsylvania arizona and they do you support a vaccine mandate or not and the yes support the mandate won overwhelmingly in all these swing states. Which is kind of scary. I think people still scared by probably a bitch of the numbers. Among women are are really high but people who want a vaccine mandate they liked joe biden. They don't care about freedom they don't care about freedom of choice not my choice my body. No they want everyone to get the job in the numbers and this is what binds looking at. This is why he gave this speech. This is why came down so strongly on in favor of a mandate when a couple of months ago hell was like a month ago. Jen psaki said they'd be no mandate now. There is because they stuck their fingers to the wind and they took polls in all these swing states and they decided it works politically. That's the only reason you saw the grumpy. Oh man there on thursday to threatening everybody's livelihood who works for a big company immediately. You saw the hypocrisy post office is exempt six hundred forty thousand people who work for the post office and i guess i could see why because they don't have a lot of interaction with the outside most of the time they're touching people they exempted or you're saying oh they are. Oh yeah i guess they do. I was thinking more their go toward a door. i suppose. Yeah just. I know but you could say that about there. Are lots of federal poison. Interact with anyone to sit in a little cubicle or whatever work from a federal employees who work like the ground crew parks and recreation. Yeah yeah it'll maintaining parks they have to vaccinate or they're fired but the post offices exempt and you know who else is exempt congress. Congress is exempt so they make this rule they they say it's for public health. They say it's all about keeping you healthy and alive. And then they say we don't want to follow that dumb role because as we know have gone over this before when you look at the breakdown of people the level vaccination. It's very high in the Unvaccinated very high in the african american community. And you know who else is elected again. Phd's education level the one with the biggest disparity between vaccinated and unvaccinated are phd's. There are smart people who are waiting who reluctant or young healthy. Don't want this. And the biden regime is threatening with their jobs. There's going to be a lot of people get the injection just to keep their job. But there's gonna be a lot of people who don't and we've already heard this one hospital I forget where in the mid west where the they can't deliver babies. They're closing their Maternity ward or whatever because so many nurses have left because they don't want the vaccination and they just said i guess i'll find something else to do our work somewhere else where they allow unvaccinated people to work as nurses and most a lot of the nurse slama frontline. They've already had it had covert. They've had the test. They know their immunity stronger than it would be if vaccinated. They don't see the need that the most amazing thing about biden speech on thursday and the own suing coverage from all his supporters in the media is how little they mentioned the natural immunity and effects having cove has on u- protects. You know it's a fact and they don't wanna talk about it. They don't want to mention natural immunity. That should tell you something. That's that's a hospital in new york state. By the way i've yeah but i'm no phd jerry. But to me about. I'm not. I'm reasonably smart guy to me like the administration is just not made. No one has made the case yet of why someone who is under say sixty years old needs to get the vaccine realize that case i i would say anyone in any vulnerable any high risk. Getting older folks crawl beast. People people who've had illnesses have compromised immunity. J. should be the front line. In fact they are for the most part is see. Charlie baker tweeted this the other day massachusetts. Seniors are ninety nine percent vaccinate. There you go. That's a good thing first time. I've said something good about charlie baker longtime good. You should take a bow. That's what's all about. That's what rhonda santa's did early on. That is not what andrew cuomo did or phil murphy did. They left the vulnerable elderly population. 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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on This is Today

This is Today

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on This is Today

"This day unique. It's thursday september ninth twenty twenty one. I'm russ and here's what you need to know about today. Yeah those school photos you know. Yeah i've got a got the mullet going on today. I've got the sweater with multiple weird patterns on it. I'm all set for school picture day. Today why is it today. We'll actually this only goes back to twenty nine thousand nine. This is rather new one of those Yearbook school photo companies. That said. hey let's make this a day and so it's today the point of the day. Actually i guess share those high school or even the elementary school photos of yourself in social media so that people can really have a laugh. No you were cute really yeah. It's also international box wine day today and before you share those photos or look at other people's photos you might wanna grab some wine. Just 'cause there's going to be some comments just say it's national weiner schnitzel day today as well now. I'm not talking about the food place. Now that's the us food chain right now. No no not talking about that. I am talking about the thin breaded. Pan-fried veal cutlet is primarily from switzerland and austria and germany. It is actually the national dish of austria. Which means arnold schwarzenegger probably loves this. So if you eat a lot of weiner schnitzel. You'll probably look like arnold schwarzenegger. I'm just putting two and two together here and i think that's likely the largest schnitzel way two thousand six hundred sixty three pounds and it was made it a festival in germany back in september of twenty nineteen So there you go. Oh by the way it goes back to eighteen thirty one i. It's also national teddy bear day today but instead of talking about teddy bears i can tell you. They're named after teddy roosevelt or theodore roosevelt and the whole hunting story. And all that stuff. But no i i. I'm talking about very specific. Bears today specifically care bears. Yeah because it's care. Bears share your care day. Yeah that's an actual thing. Believe it or not yes so this is actually from the care. Bears website Care bears and that's a trademark. So i could get in trouble for this. Maybe i don't know share your care. Day is celebrated annually on september ninth care. Bears are on a mission to spread carrying and sharing around the world and encouraged fans to spread carrying sharing. Love friendship acceptance. Fun happiness to those that you love everyday so it's got a good thing behind it. I i should note and went to the care. Bears website to go. Look all of this stuff up right and what's interesting about it. Is they have a kid section and they have an adult section now the adult section before you get frightened there. It's it's just so that you can buy care bears for your kids. But when i saw that. I kinda took it the wrong way you know. I thought maybe they're going to check my age or something. make sure i'm eighteen Before i access the special care bears don't know anyway. Yeah they they started out as a greeting cards right they. They basically were little characters inside of greeting cards and as with everything in the eighties. They were super commercialized. They each have their own personality. There was also books and candy and stickers close. I remember somebody coming to. School is probably in their school photo. with a care bear on there. I don't know why. I remember that but sweatshirt of a care bear. I think i remember 'cause i might have been laughing a little bit back. Then i don't know anyway They were basically repping their own. Little personas count like seven wars. And they were small. I guess kind of like the seven dwarfs. Maybe that's where they got the idea. I don't know why they did. Do movies The interesting one about their movies was the care. Bears movie to it featured a young girl who sold her soul to a shape shifting demon. That's a kids movie She did that so that she could be better at sports. And by the way. I should mention she was killed in the movie by the demon slayer bear. Okay i made that last part but that would have been a cool ending right. Yeah okay after the adult section remark and the demon bear thing. I don't think the care bears are going to be happy that i'm talking about today. Let's move on shall we. Let's move on to our historic events of the day and we start in seventeen ninety one washington. Dc the capital got its name. Yeah now okay. So washington dc actually would love to become a state by the way. Why well okay. Let's get into that. There's first of all. They're several hurdles that they're going to have to jump through before they can become a state now last year the house actually voted to allow dc to become a state. But that's as far as the got the okay the real question here is why do they want to become a state. Will currently congress essentially controls the local budget for them they also Give them very little say in just about anything and they have very little say in what the country does because yes they've got a congressional rep but that rep can't vote. Yeah it's a nonvoting rep. She can introduce bills and things like abbott. that's it. She can't actually vote on anything so their license plate there. They say taxation without representation so really. It's small area right. it's a city. How're you gonna turn the city into a state but if you think about this state would actually have more people in it than vermont and wyoming. So it's got about seven hundred thousand people and actually alaska only has seven hundred forty thousand people so it would be a pretty decent size as far as population goes. So what's the big deal. Why can't it just become a state will see they would get two senate seats Voting rights would happen in the house and that would perhaps shift control of both the house and the senate because dc is a blue area so it would be a blue state so therefore republicans are very happy about this whole thing. So the chances of this happening. I think it's pretty slim at least right now but if things change then perhaps we will see a difference in some point. Maybe they will get the statehood that they have been asking for for a really really long time. Speaking of statehood will california was admitted as a state on this day in eighteen fifty. Yeah california became the thirty first. Us state now. Let's you know whenever. I talk about a state becoming a state. I always like to give details about that particular state and this one. I actually live it. So i can tell you firsthand. What's going on here in california. Well there's forty million people in california and sometimes all of those people are on the freeway the same freeway in los angeles. Yeah we have five hundred faultlines here in california and that's why we're known for earthquakes. Four thousand seven hundred wineries and that's why we're known for wine. We've got movie studios national parks national forests out. I should say that many of those national forests are closed. Actually all of them are right. Now because of fire concerns so yeah. There's some bad things here in california. Like for instance. We're a big state which might give us political power. We've got that political power but.

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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"Into all of this stuff is to simply be aware of it Right so if. I watch the news which is rare in moments that i do watch the news. I am aware of okay. This is the news. I'm watching cnn. Or i'm watching foster. I'm watching that right i know. They'll they slant this way okay and this one slants this way and there is some form of narrative or agenda here on my my watching the straight down the line news newsroom at listening to an opinion right if you're listening to You know rachel mary. Mad our sean hannity or tucker carlson or don lemon right. They're giving their opinions and get some facts but gave giving you opinion so keep that in mind right. Don't just take it as gospel in fact if they both say something it don lemon says something and tucker. Carlson says you can probably take it as effect right well. I don't even think you need to do that. We all know what a fact is it does not. It doesn't even matter who saying who isn't it. A fact is fact. Everybody knows the definition of a fact. This is what happened. Xyz now your perception of it is different. But we all know that you'd hope so. I don't know if everybody's does man we're living in an era where there's your and mitra dad's that's truth in her church so i don't know also the media a lot of the bias isn't in what they say it's in what they don't say or how they say it. Yeah wisdom yappy late it but the most effective is what is not said. How do you mean what i mean is. It's easier to pick out bias based on what somebody says than what they don't say. Okay so if. I want to. Okay so i could say on september eleven. Two thousand one. The twin towers fell due to gravity on my line. No you're not lying well mission. I'm omitting storm. Okay quite quite important. Yes right i mean it's true. This gravity is what pulled the building down. There is an admission there. That's kind of important. Yes right exactly right. If i say that One hundred forty thousand people in the uk Have died Their deaths have been linked to cova de there've been hundred forty thousand covert related deaths right. That's true that's different from saying one hundred forty thousand people died of collide directly. But you can do these little sleights of hand right. You can admit things whatever. And that's a lot harder to detect than what somebody does say so. Oftentimes in the media the bias is in what they don't say Okay here's another example. The january six situation january six capitol hill capitol hill riots. Okay they they call that You know they'll say. It was a deadly insurrection. Da da and they'll say six maybe they five or six deaths were linked to it. Okay only one person. I believe ashley babbitt the woman who was shot by the kelly police. She's the only person who was shot and killed. Direct directly found that there were other people who have someone who had a stroke and believe. There's some suicide suicide after another person. I think had heart right. So if you're saying six people your emitting six people died in relation six deaths were linked to the capitol hill riots so therefore it was a deadly insurrection. That paints a very that. That's different that suggests that somebody that people were in there with guns having a shootout and you know six people that that's how you're you're right that's how you would interpret that that's how the brain works. You're right but actually omitted some important details there and the time they've done that the damage has to lane. It's too late. You still now got people who believe that whole bunch of people died and were killed or were beaten or whatever as a result of that and they're now past the stage of looking at the facts so that that's what i mean by the by the mission and how well that can. Oh here's an le. Let me tell you an amazing one. Because even i fell for this. Do you remember the covington catholic kids remember. That kid was it. Nick sandman wearing the mega hat and there was the native american guy. And you smiling and you. You saw that photo and a little clip of video and made it look like these young maga- kids. These young mega white kids were gathering around an intimidating This this Native american older older gentleman use zoom out. And you watch the longer footage see. They're they're steny. He approaches them right feeding his drum and they're just kind of they're looking a little bit bewildered to what is going on right. So if you see that first clip. I saw myself and i was like man that does not look good. It looked like they just kind of ganged up on this guy and they're there and it creates this visceral reaction and then the narrative kind of goes with that right. Oh man look at these look at these racist maga- kids who are the people put their little spin on it and whatever and they don't tell you they didn't even approached the guy a key came into them and then more info comes out and you're like whoa like that was totally different. The bias was by emission. So i mean they also kinda lied when they said that they surround nippy lots and the day..

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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Washington news hurricane. Ida's destruction raising the pressure. On congress to pass an infrastructure bill illinois joins us right now with the full story on that good morning. Good morning becky oh. President biden had pointed to new orleans as the poster child for the need for infrastructure investment even before hurricane ida hit since then residents were told they had to boil their water. More than eight hundred forty thousand. People were still without electricity. As of last night and officials said it could take weeks to turn all the lights back on. So that is ramping up the pressure on local lawmakers to pass a bipartisan infrastructure bill which could send billions of dollars to the big easy and across the gulf coast now. They're seventeen billion dollars for the army corps of engineers priority projects including two point. Six billion that's targeted at states like louisiana that repeatedly get hit by hurricanes. A twelve point. Five billion dollar federal funds dedicated to improving the reliability of transmission. Lines as over sixteen hundred. Miles were still out of service in louisiana and mississippi yesterday the lone democrat louisiana's congressional delegation congressman troy carter. He wants to use the infrastructure bill to rebuild the power grid the same way. The state rebuilt the levy system after hurricane katrina. Gop senator bill cassidy has also been urging his republican colleagues to support this bill. In the aftermath of ida but most of louisiana's congressional delegation has opposed it at least up till now now president biden will visit the state tomorrow to view the damage himself. And so guys we will see if he's able or if the hurricane is able to change any minds of the process back to you becky you on thank you. For more. on how president biden's infrastructure plan could help cities like new orleans in the face of natural disasters. Let's bring in walter isaacson. He's a resident of new orleans where he's a history professor at tulane university. He's also a cnbc. Contributor wears a lot of other hats to walter. It's great to see it this morning. Ready to be with you becky so let let's just start with what he was talking about it. What do you think about where infrastructure stands. you know. there's been a lot of over dramatization of what happened in the storm. In new orleans the levees whole held that was of great federal infrastructure project. After thousand eight hundred people got killed into trina here. You didn't have anybody killed by raging floodwaters. I think there was one auto death in new orleans for this whole thing. Why because there was no flooding. The federal levees held likewise. There hasn't been much property damage. I know it looks bad on. Tv but in the city itself electricity is now coming back on. And i think that what we've just talked about is right that you have to protect the electricity grid. That's next infrastructure project we have and that's not just for hurricanes that's when those storms at the northeast. That's when you have major snowstorms. We have a fragile electricity grid. I've been traveling around looking at tesla energy for something. I'm doing on ilan mosque. And i'm looking at how these power pack walls and decentralized electricity grids are coming online..

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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Will visit new orleans. Tomorrow for a briefing groups opposed to abortion rights are celebrating after the. Us supreme court handed them victory overnight. In a five to four decision the court says a texas law banning most abortions can remain in effect at least for now. Npr serra mckinnon has more sba is the most restrictive abortion law to take effect since the roe v. Wade decision legalized abortion. Nationwide in nineteen seventy-three. It prohibits the procedure after about six weeks of pregnancy and empowers individuals to sue. Anyone who helps the woman get an illegal abortion with penalties. Starting at ten thousand dollars in a statement texas right to life called the decision a quote massive victory for the pro-life movement and said the organization hopes to replicate it success across the country in. Its majority opinion. The supreme court denied an emergency request from abortion rights groups to block the law but left the door open to future litigation over the constitutional questions. It raises sarah mccamman. Npr news stocks opened higher this morning as the labor department reported another drop in unemployment claims. Npr's scott horsely reports. The dow jones industrial average jumped about one hundred points in early trading. Three hundred forty thousand people applied for state unemployment benefits last week. A drop of fourteen thousand from the week before as of mid august more than twelve million americans were receiving some form of jobless aid that includes more than nine million enrolled in pandemic air programs that are set to expire next week opec and its allies are sticking with their plan for a gradual increase in oil production despite calls from the biden administration for faster pumping aaa says the average price of regular gasoline in the us has risen about four cents a gallon in the last week hurricane ida shuttered about fourteen percent of the nation's oil refining capacity but most of that's expected to be restored within three weeks scott horsely. Npr news washington on wall street. The dow is up ninety four points this is npr. Numerous wildfires. Continue to burn california. Thousands of people are still out of their homes in the resort city of south lake. Tahoe some people across the border in douglas. County nevada have also been told to flee despite flash flood emergencies from the remnants of hurricane ida broadway plans to reopen tonight with two musicals haiti's town and waitress other shows will follow at jeff london reports there are concerns about the delta variant of the corona virus. Funny into who enter. Broadway theaters must show proof of vaccination and wear a mask production. Safety protocols are stringent all people from actors to stay chance to usher's must be vaccinated wear masks and get tested on a regular basis. Dr blyth adamson epidemiologist. Who's consulting with broadway.

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U.S. Unemployment Claims Fall to 340,000

NPR News Now

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Unemployment Claims Fall to 340,000

"Three hundred forty thousand people applied for state unemployment benefits last week. A drop of fourteen thousand from the week before as of mid august more than twelve million americans were receiving some form of jobless aid that includes more than nine million enrolled in pandemic air programs that are set to expire next

Ida's sweltering aftermath: No power, no water, no gasoline

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Ida's sweltering aftermath: No power, no water, no gasoline

"Tens of thousands of utility repair people are trying to get the lights back on in New Orleans hurricane ida wrecked most of the power system providing electricity to New Orleans and its surrounding parishes Elgin green berry says he's worried about the meat that's in the freezer we got more and you know we could cook so they they're bad I gotta go get some ice to some you know what is this meeting yet because we have to figure it out but it needed to allow quick more than a million homes and businesses in Louisiana and Mississippi are without electricity and many could be so for many more days FEMA administrator D. N. Chris well please listen to your local officials please listen to when they tell you it's safe to come back home some four hundred forty thousand people in seventeen parishes are without water nearly three hundred twenty thousand are under boil water advisories I timid wire

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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Approval the biden administration extended the pandemic related freeze on federal student loan repayments through january. Twenty twenty two. It was set to expire at the end of september. Some democrats renewed kohl's on biden use executive authority to cancel fifteen thousand dollars of individual student at on capitol hill. Senators voted sunday evening to end debate over one point two trillion dollar infrastructure package clearing the way for a final vote. Early this week. The bipartisan bill would see the largest ever federal investments in public transit. Clean water and green energy. But critics say it's far short of what's needed to tackle the climate crisis. The package is barely half of what president biden proposed and far short of the ten trillion. Dollar thrive act favored by progressives senate. Democrats are expected to turn to a three point. Five trillion dollar budget resolution that could pass without republican support covering additional infrastructure needs democrats in the texas house of representatives. Refused to return to the state capital. In austin saturday denying corum to republicans who hope to pass draconian ward voter suppression bills in a special legislative session. Called by governor abbot. It was the third time. Democrats have blocked the republican governors attempts to pass new election laws following their flight to washington. Dc last month in other news from texas cbs news reports at least three dozen holding facilities for unaccompanied migrant. Children may lose their state licenses next month but will likely continue to operate without being subject to inspections or os state oversight. Republican governor greg. Abbott ordered state officials in may to stop issuing licenses to facilities for migrant children in more immigration news the biden administrations but gun flying deported central american asylum seekers into mexico instead of their home countries as an attempt to deter them from seeking refuge at the us mexico border. Spanish humanitarian aid workers reporting at least forty two refugees including eight. Children are feared dead. After their boat capsized off the coast of western sahara last week only ten people survived so far this year over eleven hundred refugees have perished crossing through dangerous routes says they attempt to reach europe in related news. A ship carrying at least two hundred fifty seven refugees has docked in the italian port trapani a week after the german humanitarian organization. See watch rescued the refugees off the coast of tunisia in argentina tens of thousands of people held demonstrations and why no side as sin throughout argentina. This weekend is anger mounted over skyrocketing unemployment and a worsening economic crisis triggered by the pandemic. This is a protest during byner saidest. My brother's unemployed. Many of my neighbors are without a job. We see a lot of people are suffering around the country due to a lack of work politicians should get their act together. People are tired of lines in thailand. Protesters took to the streets of bangkok saturday demanding the resignation of prime minister prior trent ocho and denouncing the government's mishandling of the pandemic and economic crisis police assaulted protesters with tear gas and rubber bullets. It was the latest in a series of anti-government anti-monarchy demonstrations demanding democratic reforms. This comes as thailand reported nearly twenty two thousand new cove at nineteen case saturday and at least two hundred twelve deaths. Both new records former acting attorney general. Jeffrey rosen has testified. That one of his deputies tried to help donald trump's avert the results of the two thousand twenty election in the waning days of the presidency. That's according to the new york. Times which reports. Rosen testified to justice department and senate investigators over the weekend. That is deputy. Jeffrey clark pressure justice department officials to publicly assert false claims about election fraud in order to cast doubt on the electoral college. Results clark's promotion of conspiracy. Theories was reportedly welcomed by trump. Who considered replacing rosen with clark as acting attorney general. A woman who last week filed a criminal complaint against new york governor andrew. Cuomo for sexual misconduct has come forward to share her story brittany. So who appeared as executive assistant one. In the new york attorney general's report on cuomo said. The governor groped her kissed her against her will and verbally harassed her she spoke to. Cbs news. jericho dunkin. Why did you file that criminal complaint with the sheriff's office. What was the right thing to do. The governor needs to be held accountable. And just so. I'm clear again. Being held accountable to you mean. Seeing the governor charged with a crime what he did to me was a crime. He broke the law. The judiciary committee is meeting this morning to discuss potential impeachment proceedings. Meanwhile cuomo's top aide and fierce defender. Melissa derosa resigned sunday evening amidst the mounting scandal and today marc seventy six years since the. Us dropped an atomic bomb on the japanese city of nagasaki. Killing at least seventy four thousand people just three days after the world's first tomic bomb killed some one hundred forty thousand people and a shema. The treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons came into force earlier this year but neither japan nor the united states have signed and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warrant piece report. I'm amy goodman in. Its first major report. And nearly a decade the intergovernmental panel on climate change has warned the earth could face runaway global warming. Less drastic efforts are made to eliminate greenhouse gases. The ipc pcc said humans are quote unequivocally to blame for the climate crisis which has already caused widespread and rapid changes. Scientists concluded average global temperatures will likely rise to one point five degrees celsius or two point seven degrees fahrenheit above pre industrial levels by twenty forty based on carbon emissions. Already in the atmosphere the report also warns temperatures will continue to rapidly warm after twenty forty and less. Drastic action is taken now. Un secretary general antonio gutierrez called the report a code red for humanity. He said quote if we combine forces. Now we can avert climate catastrophe. But it's today's report makes clear. There is no time for delay. A no room for excuses. He said the ipcc held a news conference this morning to release the three thousand page report which is worked on by over two hundred scientists in grandeson executive director of the united nations environment programme address the scientists involved in the project. You've been telling us for over three decades of the dangers of allowing the candidates warm. The will listen but didn't hear the will listen but it did not act strongly enough and as a result. Climate change is a problem. That is here now. Nobody's saying and it's getting worse foster. We understand that climate change exacerbates already grave risks to buy diversity and natural managed habitats ecosystem degradation damages nature's ability reduce the force of climate change and as the ipcc One report reminds us. Reducing greenhouse gases will not only slow climate change but will improve air quality..

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08:26 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Approval the biden administration extended the pandemic related freeze on federal student loan repayments through january. Twenty twenty two. It was set to expire at the end of september. Some democrats renewed kohl's on biden use executive authority to cancel fifteen thousand dollars of individual student at on capitol hill. Senators voted sunday evening to end debate over one point two trillion dollar infrastructure package clearing the way for a final vote. Early this week. The bipartisan bill would see the largest ever federal investments in public transit. Clean water and green energy. But critics say it's far short of what's needed to tackle the climate crisis. The package is barely half of what president biden proposed and far short of the ten trillion. Dollar thrive act favored by progressives senate. Democrats are expected to turn to a three point. Five trillion dollar budget resolution that could pass without republican support covering additional infrastructure needs democrats in the texas house of representatives. Refused to return to the state capital. In austin saturday denying corum to republicans who hope to pass draconian ward voter suppression bills in a special legislative session. Called by governor abbot. It was the third time. Democrats have blocked the republican governors attempts to pass new election laws following their flight to washington. Dc last month in other news from texas cbs news reports at least three dozen holding facilities for unaccompanied migrant. Children may lose their state licenses next month but will likely continue to operate without being subject to inspections or os state oversight. Republican governor greg. Abbott ordered state officials in may to stop issuing licenses to facilities for migrant children in more immigration news the biden administrations but gun flying deported central american asylum seekers into mexico instead of their home countries as an attempt to deter them from seeking refuge at the us mexico border. Spanish humanitarian aid workers reporting at least forty two refugees including eight. Children are feared dead. After their boat capsized off the coast of western sahara last week only ten people survived so far this year over eleven hundred refugees have perished crossing through dangerous routes says they attempt to reach europe in related news. A ship carrying at least two hundred fifty seven refugees has docked in the italian port trapani a week after the german humanitarian organization. See watch rescued the refugees off the coast of tunisia in argentina tens of thousands of people held demonstrations and why no side as sin throughout argentina. This weekend is anger mounted over skyrocketing unemployment and a worsening economic crisis triggered by the pandemic. This is a protest during byner saidest. My brother's unemployed. Many of my neighbors are without a job. We see a lot of people are suffering around the country due to a lack of work politicians should get their act together. People are tired of lines in thailand. Protesters took to the streets of bangkok saturday demanding the resignation of prime minister prior trent ocho and denouncing the government's mishandling of the pandemic and economic crisis police assaulted protesters with tear gas and rubber bullets. It was the latest in a series of anti-government anti-monarchy demonstrations demanding democratic reforms. This comes as thailand reported nearly twenty two thousand new cove at nineteen thousand cases. Saturday and at least two hundred twelve deaths. Both new records former acting attorney general. Jeffrey rosen has testified. That one of his deputies tried to help donald trump's avert the results of the two thousand twenty election in the waning days of the presidency. That's according to the new york. Times which reports. Rosen testified to justice department and senate investigators over the weekend. That is deputy. Jeffrey clark pressure justice department officials to publicly assert false claims about election fraud in order to cast doubt on the electoral college. Results clark's promotion of conspiracy. Theories was reportedly welcomed by trump. Who considered replacing rosen with clark as acting attorney general. A woman who last week filed a criminal complaint against new york governor andrew. Cuomo for sexual misconduct has come forward to share her story brittany. So who appeared as executive assistant one. In the new york attorney general's report on cuomo said. The governor groped her kissed her against her will and verbally harassed her she spoke to. Cbs news. jericho dunkin. Why did you file that criminal complaint with the sheriff's office. What was the right thing to do. The governor needs to be held accountable. And just so. I'm clear again. Being held accountable to you mean. Seeing the governor charged with a crime what he did to me was a crime. He broke the law. The judiciary committee is meeting this morning to discuss potential impeachment proceedings. Meanwhile cuomo's top aide and fierce defender. Melissa derosa resigned sunday evening amidst the mounting scandal and today marc seventy six years since the. Us dropped an atomic bomb on the japanese city of nagasaki. Killing at least seventy four thousand people just three days after the world's first tomic bomb killed some one hundred forty thousand people and harris shema the treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons came into force earlier this year but neither japan nor the united states have signed and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warrant piece report. I'm amy goodman in. Its first major report. And nearly a decade the intergovernmental panel on climate change has warned the earth could face runaway global warming. Less drastic efforts are made to eliminate greenhouse gases. The ipc pcc said humans are quote unequivocally to blame for the climate crisis which has already caused widespread and rapid changes. Scientists concluded average global temperatures will likely rise to one point five degrees celsius or two point seven degrees fahrenheit above pre industrial levels by twenty forty based on carbon emissions. Already in the atmosphere the report also warns temperatures will continue to rapidly warm after twenty forty and less. Drastic action is taken now. Un secretary general antonio gutierrez called the report a code red for humanity. He said quote if we combine forces. Now we can avert climate catastrophe. But it's today's report makes clear. There is no time for delay. A no room for excuses. He said the ipcc held a news conference this morning to release the three thousand page report which is worked on by over two hundred scientists in granderson executive director of the united nations environment programme address the scientists involved in the project. You've been telling us for with three decades of the dangers of allowing the candidates warm. The will listen but didn't hear the will listen but it did not act strongly enough and as a result. Climate change is a problem. That is here now. Nobody's saying and it's getting worse foster. We understand that climate change exacerbates already grave risks to buy diversity and natural managed habitats ecosystem degradation damages nature's ability reduce the force of climate change and as the ipcc One report reminds us. Reducing greenhouse gases will not only slow climate change but will improve air quality..

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Canada, First Nations Reach $8B Settlement Agreement Over Drinking Water Advisories

Native America Calling

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Canada, First Nations Reach $8B Settlement Agreement Over Drinking Water Advisories

"The canadian government has reached an agreement in principle with the first nations to settle to class action lawsuits over drinking water advisories as dan carpenter reports. More than one hundred forty thousand people could be compensated. If the court approves the settlement. The proposed agreement is worth nearly eight billion dollars. One and a half billion would be direct compensation to people who have not had access to clean drinking water. There would also be money for the creation of a four hundred million dollar first nations economic and cultural restoration fund to first nations launched. A class action lawsuits against wall over the lack of safe drinking water in their communities. Mark miller is canada's indigenous services minister as well as forward commitment to support reliable access to safe drinking water on razor with six billion dollars in targeted supports including capital at operations and maintenance and finally the modernization of canada's first nations drinking water legislation the canadian government of prime minister justin trudeau had pledged in two thousand and fifteen to lift all drinking water advisories in first nations communities by march of this year. One hundred and eight advisories have been lifted. Fifty-one remain in effect. Most of them in ontario miller says the agreement in principle brings the parties. a step. Closer to reconciling a long history and it can be celebrated as a step in the right direction toward achieving the goal of clean water for all for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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04:37 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Speeds up to a geic restrictions apply actual speeds are not guaranteed live from npr news. I'm janine herbst. Employers added more than nine hundred forty thousand jobs last month. More than economists were expecting. Npr's amy held reports. It's a sign of ongoing economic rebound and a modest uptick from june. The pace of hiring exceeds expectations as consumers venture out to dine or travel after staying home in the pandemic but the corona virus is throwing another curve ball as delta driven cases hospitalizations and deaths rise sharply. Jj callahan chief. Market strategist for td. Ameritrade says it doesn't necessarily mean a slowdown karma. At least what. I think you're gonna see our companies not necessarily pushing hiring but rather pushing bag dates back to work. We saw a loss of jobs. Hospitality added the most though in some cases. Employers are still struggling to hire workers may be reluctant for health reasons benefit provided financial cushion or lack of childcare. The economy is still some six million jobs. Short of pre pandemic levels. Amy held npr news in kabul taliban gunmen have killed the head of the afghan government's information media center. Who had also served as a spokesman for president ashraf ghani the bbc's on virus. On eddie rajon has more up sending out to a really clear message to the afghan government that that they can strike at will in the capital itself. Even though the conflict is going on in several parts of the country for example they have launched simultaneous attacks on three major provincial capitals. Have the west lashkargah on the heart in the south. Even as fighting is continuing in other parts of the country now convent nepal. He was apparently reading a mosque. After friday prayers in the west of kabul when he was targeted and people have expressed shock because he was quite well known among journalistic circle in kabul the bbc's on bar. Eddie on reporting the sturgis motorcycle. Rally kicks off. Today in south dakota about seven hundred thousand people are expected to show up making fury with south dakota public broadcasting reports. The rally is raising concerns about spreading the corona virus with many attendees mask. Massa's in two thousand twenty some researchers say it was a super spreader. Many worry. the same thing will happen this year over fifty. Four percent of south dakota and twelve and older are fully vaccinated. But it's unknown. How many out of state rally goers will be vaccinated sturgis mayor mark karston says the city is not coordinating vaccine opportunities or requiring masks. He says a new city ordinance allowing people to carry alcohol outside may help with social distancing wander around and pick in the crowd and the motorcycles and while sitting outside to help create more social distance. These sturgis motorcycle. Rally does until august fifteenth for npr news. I'm megan fury in rapid city. All street is trading and mixed territory at this hour this is. Npr news the us dropped the bomb on hiroshima in japan. And today is they are marking the seventy six. Th anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing mayor kazumi matsui urged global leaders to unite to eliminate nuclear weapons. Us did drop the bomb on hiroshima destroying the city and killing one hundred forty thousand people in three days later. Dropped another one a nagasaki. Killing seventy thousand. Japan formally signed surrender paper separate september second nineteen forty-five ending world war two when us beach volleyball players. Alex kleinman and april ross one. Their olympic gold medal match embraced in the sand climate repeating. Oh my god into ross's ear. And here's leyla fato reports from tokyo. That four years ago climbing wasn't even a beach volleyball player. Sweat poured down the backs of the players under the searing sun. As ross and kleinman doug set and spike their way to victory over australia. The american team the a team as they're called said it was a fairytale ending kleinman. I know how hard it has been working. And she knows what i put into it and so it was such a special moment for us to be up there on the podium together giving other metal who's particularly sweet for kleinman who moved to beach volleyball after playing internationally as an indoor player ross saw her potential and took a chance it's russia's first olympic gold medal. She now has the box set with her silver medal from london and bronze in rio leyla folded. Npr news tokyo in canada won the olympic gold medal in women's soccer beating sweden..

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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Cameras. Immigrant justice advocates have long demanded the practice to improve accountability after dozens of fatal shootings involving border agents and mounting allegations of abuse against migrants asylum seekers and others and today marc seventy six years since the united states dropped the world's first atomic bomb on the japanese city of hiroshima killing an estimated. One hundred forty thousand people during a ceremony today at the site of the blast the japanese prime minister. Your shahida shuba vow. Japan will work with other nations to promote nuclear disarmament. But he did not mention the treaty. On the prohibition of nuclear weapons which japan has not signed democracy now visited the hiroshima peace memorial two thousand fourteen and spoke to a survivor of the bombing to see our coverage democracy now dot org and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I'm amy goodman. We begin today's show looking at the life. And legacy of afl ceo president richard trumka who died of a heart attack. Thursday at the age of seventy two. He'd lead the nation's largest labor federation since two thousand nine senate majority leader chuck schumer announced trumka's death thursday by rise today with some said some horrible news about the passing of a great friend. Rich trumka who left us this morning. The working people of america have lost a fierce warrior at a time when we needed him most just yesterday. Rich was lending his support to the striking miners in alabama following. In his father's footsteps. He worked in the mines. He went to penn state earned his law degree in practiced in go to some fancy place went right to work for the united mine workers which he led for so many years and then he became head for secretary treasurer and afl cio. He had in his veins in every atom of his body. The heart the thoughts the needs of the working people of america. The reverend william barber of the poor people's campaign pay tribute to richard trumka by saying quote. We've lost a dear friend and brother in the struggle. For justice he never separated the fight for economic and labor rights from the fight for voting rights and civil rights. He knew they are simultaneous fights. Barber said richard trumka was third generation coalminer from pennsylvania. At the age of thirty three. He became the youngest president of the united mine workers of america where he helped organize strikes against peabody coal and the piston coal company. He also led union efforts to oppose participate in south africa and back to boycott of royal dutch shell which had been called by the national union of mineworkers in south africa. Richard trumka would go on to serve as secretary treasurer of the afl cio in july. Two thousand eight. He made headlines when he denounced racism within organized labor and called on all workers to vote for barack obama. There's of single good reason for any worker especially any union member voted against barack obama. And there's only wine really really bad reason. Brock bomb nasty not white. In two thousand nine. Richard trumka was elected president of the afl cio. After the retirement of john sweeny this is trump is speaking in two thousand eighteen. After the supreme court issued a major anti-union ruling eviscerating the power of public sector unions in the case janice versus asmi all over our country. Right now workers are organizing and they're striking guys. We haven't seen in years. Fifteen thousand workers in april in one week joined the union and that's on top of the two hundred sixty two thousand new members who joined our ranked flash year and the optimistic to be even more optimistic. Seventy five percent of them were under the age of thirty five are turns coming and despite the fact that too many of our labor laws have been written to undermine the freedom to organize now new research from mit shows a fifty percent increase in the number of nine union workers. Who would vote to join a union tomorrow. If given the opportunity tens of millions of workers are ready to experience the transformational power of collective bargaining and in many cases. All that stands in the way is a rig system. Let me be clear. The supreme court is on the wrong side of history. What they did flies in the face of where america's headed where workers wanna go and where workers need to go and it shows exactly how out of touch they are with the real america. That's out there. Janice or no. Janice workers are demanding. Voice were standing up. Were speaking out for a better life or demanding. A fair share of the wealth that we help create. We're marching and we're organizing and we're bargaining and we simply will not allow a corporate controlled supreme court to stop us from doing our job. Cio president richard trumka. Speaking in two thousand eighteen he died thursday at the age of seventy two to talk more about the life and legacy. We're joined by two guests. Arlene holt baker served as executive vice president for the afl cio from two thousand nine. Two thousand thirteen. She was the first african american to ever serve as an executive officer in the afl cio. History we're also joined by. Jose luis a veteran labor. Organizer campaigner an educator. He's been worker's rights activists for decades. We welcome you both democracy now. Arlene holt baker. You work side by side with. We're true trump trumka for years. Can you talk first about the reaction to his death and what you feel. It's important for people to understand about richer trump legacy. Well good morning amy. I am happy to be here to talk about my brother. Richard trumka so happy doll. So be here with my brother. Salem news the reaction and it as been devastating for us. I think you heard it in.

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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Cameras. Immigrant justice advocates have long demanded the practice to improve accountability after dozens of fatal shootings involving border agents and mounting allegations of abuse against migrants asylum seekers and others and today marc seventy six years since the united states dropped the world's first atomic bomb on the japanese city of hiroshima killing an estimated. One hundred forty thousand people during a ceremony today at the site of the blast the japanese prime minister. Your shahida shuba vow. Japan will work with other nations to promote nuclear disarmament. But he did not mention the treaty. On the prohibition of nuclear weapons which japan has not signed democracy now visited the hiroshima peace memorial two thousand fourteen and spoke to a survivor of the bombing to see our coverage democracy now dot org and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I'm amy goodman. We begin today's show. Looking at the life and legacy of afl cio president richard trumka who died of a heart attack thursday. At the age of seventy two he'd lead the nation's largest labor federation since two thousand nine senate majority leader chuck schumer announced. Trumka's death thursday by rise today with some sad some horrible news about the passing of a great friend. Rich trumka who left us this morning. The working people of america have lost a fierce warrior at a time when we needed him most just yesterday. Rich was lending his support to the striking miners in alabama following. His father's footsteps he worked in the mines. He went to penn state earned his law degree in practiced in go to some fancy place. Went right to work for the united mine workers which he led for so many years and then he became head for secretary treasurer and afl cio. He had in his veins in every atom of his body. The heart the thoughts the needs of the working people of america. The reverend william barber of the poor people's campaign pay tribute to richard trumka by saying quote. We've lost a dear friend and brother in the struggle. For justice he never separated the fight for economic and labor rights from the fight for voting rights and civil rights. He knew they are simultaneous fights. Barber said richard trumka was third generation coalminer from pennsylvania. At the age of thirty three. He became the youngest president of the united mine workers of america where he helped organize strikes against peabody coal and the piston coal company. He also led union efforts to oppose participate in south africa and back to boycott of royal dutch shell which had been called by the national union of mineworkers in south africa. Richard trumka would go on to serve as secretary treasurer of the afl cio in july. Two thousand eight. He made headlines when he denounced racism within organized labor and called on all workers to vote for barack obama. There's of single good reason for any worker especially any union member voted against barack obama. And there's only one really really bad reason brock bomb nasty in two thousand nine. Richard trumka was elected president of the afl cio. After the retirement of john sweeny this is trump is speaking in two thousand eighteen. After the supreme court issued a major anti-union ruling eviscerating the power of public sector unions in the case janice versus asmi all over our country. Right now workers are organizing and they're striking guys. We haven't seen in years. Fifteen thousand workers in april in one week joined the union and that's on top of the two hundred sixty two thousand new members who joined our ranked flash year and the optimistic to be even more optimistic. Seventy five percent of them were under the age of thirty five are turns coming and despite the fact that too many of our labor laws have been written to undermine the freedom to organize now new research from mit shows a fifty percent increase in the number of nine union workers. Who would vote to join a union tomorrow. If given the opportunity tens of millions of workers are ready to experience the transformational power of collective bargaining and in many cases. All that stands in the way is a rig system. Let me be clear. The supreme court is on the wrong side of history. What they did flies in the face of where america's headed where workers wanna go and where workers need to go and it shows exactly how out of touch they are with the real america. That's out there. Janice or no. Janice workers are demanding. Voice were standing up. Were speaking out for a better life or demanding. A fair share of the wealth that we help create. We're marching and we're organizing and we're bargaining and we simply will not allow a corporate controlled supreme court to stop us from doing our job. Cio president richard trumka. Speaking in two thousand eighteen he died thursday at the age of seventy two to talk more about the life and legacy. We're joined by two guests. Arlene holt baker served as executive vice president for the afl cio from two thousand nine. Two thousand thirteen. She was the first african american to ever serve as an executive officer in the afl cio. History we're also joined by. Jose luis a veteran labor. Organizer campaigner an educator. He's been worker's rights activists for decades. We welcome you both democracy now. Arlene holt baker. You work side by side with. We're true trump trumka for years. Can you talk first about the reaction to his death and what you feel. It's important for people to understand about richer trump legacy. Well good morning amy. I am happy to be here to talk about my brother. Richard trumka so happy doll. So be here with my brother. Salem lose the action and it as been devastating for us. I think you heard it in.

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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"That's the big question is what and what does the business want. Also making trade offs. That aren't ideally not going to constrain them in a future sense. But let's talk about that specific to the honeycomb scenario you were at google for eleven years and then you left and went to honeycomb the fairly early days where they were on. Aws and years later. Honeycomb is still on aws. Was there a temptation on your side too. well day one. We're moving you to g- if for no other reason than you understood the platform at a deeper level there were method. Some technically compelling reasons. Why did you see you might have been better for parts of the workload but there also was going to be the risk involved in the amount of re doing all the work that would have needed to happen. Had we decided to ask cloud migration. There was a circumstance in which we were unpleasantly surprised by the way never build within. Aws where there was a real possibility that we might take our toys and go home and illiteracy rate but without a kick in cancelling that or. Let's say that. The painting eric thing thing was a little bit worse than taking the chance up without a kick in the pants like that. We're not going to move clouds break. Aws was basically what we needed to do. And there is this inertia. So i think if we had had like you know some of significant machine learning workload or if we have been able to solve the issue of the networking costs Factors that might have listened reducing recognizing that both tcp Phenomenal job at. Providing of table stakes. These days right and instead the differentiation is things like were your other customers. Were your customers located or do you need advanced machine learning technology and to do so efficiently enniskillen that much. Those are all factors that may push towards one side or another but i think the honeycomb relic you swear right and there are. Three tokens unveiling putting and you. Can't you can only say when i was at google dot dot three times that your company so far i think i'd only two of them and none of them was on the cloud generation. They were higher priority. Things that i needed to burn mice. When will we be good things this way. Therefore we should probably this way it honey break. It's not a universal recipe to say like google's ways always railway and. Let's be very clear. Google at the current time is one hundred and forty thousand employees up. How many employees does these were out semi final place at the time. We work twenty five employees now so yes very small. That is significant as far as a company growth goes. Let's be very clear. That's not nothing but the things that also work for a company with one hundred forty thousand people and a trillion dollar market cap look very different than the things that are appropriate at a much smaller company and that is context that i think often gets lost. I'm not a big fan of the narrative about. Oh well we're we have founders. Who came out of google great. How much does the company. You're founding look like google because some of the things that help you thrive in an environment like that. Make you socket very small-scale. It's both that remake helvetica company are building in. Who are you selling your product. You right and i think that if i love the differentiation in go to market strategy between honeycomb and our competitors lights who indeed were founded by two staplers right like you can see that lights that went all out early on selling the companies like lift right like selling these kind of uniform companies with with thousands or tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of employs rate like that that was their chosen sales strategy. Because they knew that even though they themselves are necessarily going to need all the engineering elements of building a dual. they're going to need to build for an audience. That was very much like audience. You're building developer tools. Oh absolutely i think that having the right conversations of who it is that you're trying to talk to and where they are along various journeys incredibly important if you start talking to. Cfo's like their engineers. It's gonna go well or vice versa. Yeah helps you walk in the shoes to really have this idea of. What's it like doing this person's job where the pinpoints how to make them easier. And yeah it's just really autumn bizarre thing i think about kind of a number of missed opportunities and one of the things that i think about is casey. We had a hard time articulating. Its value proposition to anyone. Who hadn't worked at google for right like anyone who has worked at devote will tell you that like google's lindsay sensitive user facing network is incredible right like that you cannot get better network performance anywhere anywhere else. Lake that would loads release napoli no matter yard. And there's a reason for that if you want that level performance for your customers in you recognize that every most in blatancy is going cost you. Customers clouds network is perfect. For you and amazon referring gary very very long time it was in dc but Also cheaper but for by writing their claims with all these trade offs. If you don't know who you're talking to how you can explain the value of what you're selling is you're not to do that and you're going to win people over on that particular advantage. It's a matter meeting folks where they are. I would be remiss. If i didn't bring this one up and i would get letters and lord knows when you appear on a podcast particularly one. That isn't yours. You don't really wanna get letters for what you say. So there's been a significant mean that will not die. Let's put it that way around. People at google are going to get bored with running google cloud and turn it off because it started with reader more or less people love google reader and google took it away from us and they since become this recurring pattern. Where services that aren't working out. From whatever internal metrics they have wind up getting the acts as opposed to aws turns anything off ever in some cases to our chagrin. Do you think that that is a viable concern for folks to have if you look at google's business strategy google cloud is a cannot fail effort for for alphabet inc the deal with also in that they have realized that the advertising cash cow business is slowly nine and that they need to in order to preserve their growth. They need to have several tens of billions of dollars per year. runway businesses. in go cloud is a very important one of those businesses that need to be able to pick up the crown once. Advertising starts to falter. so i think that's the position active yes. Google can will cancel individual products. That are that are not feeling well right. But they're not going to cancel the bread and butter compute. They're they're not going to cancel. Be a differentiating features. Like cloud spanner make. That are the reason why they're able to attract people away from other Microsoft in its none of the other clogged cancelled features to write like microsoft. Having this week announced they were canceling their blockchain risk. Right like i think that know. Force these niche applications. It's reasonable that. I come from cancel on things. But you want a history of google's enterprise agreements in what has done for advertisers or places where people are paying real money right Like millions of dollars hasn't really walked away from those kinds of things. Rarely if you have a contract rates you have a decent contract. You have aplomb. if you're big advocates. Google was not going to cancel the plot manager. So i think that's the way to look at it is you're deciding whether to adopt a service you may need to do a little bit of calculus inside your head of hell. Dad would look for google. They cancel this and the answer for rear was. It doesn't look that bad for google except for in terms of people getting out on the internet. But i think that it's very very different one. Google stands to lose billions of dollars if they back out of this market but by that theory. Then how do you square that position. With their killing of google plus i think the less ways never fully advertised as an enterprise feature guca plus was always marketed as a consumer competitor to facebook. And in fact to this day there is still under active development for google and his customers. An internal version of that is four designed for companies in workgroups to able to collaborate on google plus like internal system that were still sold as they did not cancel their part they cancel be publicly visible comments right. A lot of the pushback gotten against that is oh well fool. It's clear that they will cancel consumer products all the time but not enterprise.

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"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"hundred forty thousand people" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Don't have to prince rogers nelson worn on this day in minneapolis. Minnesota in nineteen fifty eight is named after his father's jazz combo the prince. Rogers trio i five years ago. Hard to believe it's been that long sinead o'connor in a desperate desperate attempt to get some attention for herself is now written a book wherein she claims that the man who discovered her and i produced her prints held her captive one evening. It's a rather strange sorted twisted tale. I'm not here to say she's lying. But i don't know exactly. How many people. She has accused of abusing her in the course of her life with you can't fit it in one chapter. Apparently her mother did a lot of other people. I don't think she's entirely stable. There's nothing you could say about prints. I wouldn't believe but it kind of seems chicken after the man's dead to write a book. Besmirching him when he can't do anything to to defend himself. Is there a realignment in south. Texas due to the trump effect. Well you don't wanna make too much out of this amount out of mcallen but republicans have scored a huge victory in the almost eighty five percent hispanic town of macallan. Twenty twenty election saw a major realignment of hispanic voters in south texas. As the rio grande valley the rg v. in general shifted decisively toward trump in. Either that'll go county. Where mcgowan sits. Hillary won by forty one percent points back in two thousand sixteen beta one by thirty eight in twenty eighteen in twenty twenty biden won by seventeen points which makes saturday's may oral victory by republican air villalobos mind-blowing via lobos defeated democrat veronica whittaker in the june five runoff with fifty one point one percent of the vote four thousand seven hundred forty four two four thousand five hundred thirty eight trump twenty twenty campaign. Senior adviser steve. Cortez points out mcallen. Texas is a major border town of one hundred forty thousand people eighty five percent hispanic and just elected a republican mayor. The macro realignment accelerates in south texas and elsewhere as hispanics rallied to america first strong borders economic nationalism pro-police the washington examiner's carly ortiz. Lytle points out that a realignment appears to be a foot former president. Donald trump flip flipped five hispanic majority texas counties last november in zapata county which is ninety four percent hispanic trump doubled. The number of votes he received the county had not been won by republican presidential candidates since the nineteen twenty election trump also flipped kennedy county where he lost by eight points in two thousand. Sixteen trump won the county by thirty two points for years later trump's success with engaging hispanic voters who was also seen in counties that he lost hillary clinton won star county by sixty votes sixty per sixty points in Twenty sixteen in the twenty twenty election trump lost by only five points which represents a fifty five point two percent swing fifty five point. Two point swing. The former president may double digit gains in maverick county which is ninety five point one percent hispanic compared to two thousand sixteen vote total. The difference is between first generation voters and second generation or more. They're two very different individuals an individual. Who comes here from nigeria or ethiopia. Drives a taxi saves a works nights at a convenience store and days driving taxis or limo saves up and starts their own business might look like a person who grew up in the third here in houston but they have very different mindsets values. Family structures educational desires work ethics. If we're going to stereotype. Broadly which were doing for the purpose of this conversation. An individual who is second generation or more living in oregon v versa person who came here illegally very different voter. The problem is republicans have never been able to appeal to them. Because the mitt romney republicans john mccain republicans the george bush jeb bush republicans. Think the way you do that. Is you pander to them. You find somebody named high made gutierrez or air Ramirez and you stick them in a high position and you send out press conferences or press releases and you know what the average hispanic voters says. That's pandering to. I looked at stupid. You plucked that guy and you see these individuals. There are individuals who have been endorsed by the republican party and they run and run and run and when they lose they run again. They're actually recruited to run again and again and again. Because they're a hispanic republican. We've gotta get us some of them. We got to have us some as well that is cynical sinister and obvious and people don't like it. It's disrespectful it's not honest. it's not truthful it is beneath good government. Trump didn't apologize trump. said these border. This border is a problem. We've got stop it. People living on the border know that there is a problem. People living on the border. Don't want narcotrafficking coming through their community. They don't want sex trafficking coming through their community if they live out in the country. They don't want illegal aliens tracking across their property leaving behind their trash breaking into their cabin that they use on the backs out of their property when they're out there stealing their guns. They don't wanna have to confront these people. that's not. That's not what they're out for. But when the republican party showed no difference in the democrats then they voted on other issues. Hispanics were by and large catholic. And when they're they're Evangelical they are extremely evangelical. These are individuals that are pro family pro military pro law enforcement. These are not individuals. Who subscribe to the abortion agenda of the democrat party and the fact that we've lost their votes and are now winning back.

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Memorial Hermann CEO discusses COVID-19 vaccination efforts in the Houston area

Houston Matters

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Memorial Hermann CEO discusses COVID-19 vaccination efforts in the Houston area

"We start today with vaccination efforts across houston as of this morning techs sixteen and up can register for a covid nineteen vaccine one of the three vaccines approved for emergency. Use visors is for ages. Sixteen and up and johnson and johnson's vaccines are approved for ages. Eighteen and up anyone over eighty or over rather can jump to the front of the line without an appointment and supplies continue to increase though there are limits to how many people can be vaccinated each day to discuss vaccination efforts here in houston. We are joined now by. Dr david. Calendar president and ceo of the memorial hermann health system. Dr calendar good morning. good morning. What numbers can you share with us about memorial hermann vaccination efforts to date. Well we continue to see an increase supply of vaccine coming into the greater houston area as a two day. Memorial hermann is vaccinated over five hundred forty thousand people that means they're fully vaccinated and we've delivered about one point one five billion doses and total. So she's me. That's those are the tmc numbers memorial hermann to that uh about About a quarter of that twenty five percent so about two hundred and seventy thousand doses and one hundred sixty seven thousand individuals. Okay so those larger numbers you mentioned are what all the hospitals across. The texas medical center combined have been able to accomplish. And then that's then combined with what public health a facilities houston health system harris county health other county health systems in the region and then whatever area drugstores and so forth all vaccine distributors of combined. All that together where we stand. I do not know the total But you know again. We're very pleased that the supply is increasing. And we'll be able to get more people vaccinated over coming weeks.

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Building A Kinder And Braver World

Mentally Yours

05:29 min | 2 years ago

Building A Kinder And Braver World

"Born this way foundation, we recently celebrated our eighth birthday. So we've been around for eight years and some change, and our mission is to build a kinder braver world we were founded by Lady Gaga and her mom's Cynthia Germany. And we were born out of the personal experiences that Lady Gaga had growing up. She was a unique creative APP, spirited person that you see today from a very early age. and. oftentimes for young people when they're different and unique that's viewed as a liability instead of an asset and Lady Gaga like so many young people faced cruel of cruelty and meanness and bullying, and she was clear from a very early age that she wanted to dedicate her treasure her time in her talent to making sure that kinder braver world is possible that young people not only survived but that they were able to thrive. So our work at born this way foundation is really about the wellness of young people we work with them to foster healthy conversations about mental house, connecting young people to the resources that they need around their mental health and creating opportunities for people to recognize, prioritize, and practice kindness towards themselves and others the the work has three main goals that I spend time on every day with the incredible team. The first is to make kindness. Cool. The second is to validate the emotions of young people around. The world and the third is to eliminate the stigma that surrounds mental health. So brilliant and congratulations on your birthday that that's really great. Thank you. So what kind of age range is it that you're working with because you said young people? Yeah. That's a great question. So I, the majority of the young people that the foundation works with fall between the thirteen to thirty five age ridge we believe young people. This generation are real uniquely positioned to solve problems for themselves and for society as a whole lady Gaga. Of Our team, actually also fit within that age range. So we're part of this. Diverse inclusive collaborative, hopeful generation. But because of WHO Lady Gaga is in the world, we are fortunate enough to have community members ranging from my five year old daughter to grandma Gaga who is an incredible older lady who's just a huge fan and supporter of our work. We've a really diverse community at the foundation and we're very proud of that. We're kind of. The foundation do in terms of you mentioned in that signposting young people, tools, resources how does it go about doing that? That's a great question. Thank you so much. So they're the the work that the foundation does fall in two buckets that I is the work that we do around kindness in. So we're gearing up right now for one of my favorite campaigns every year it's called be kind twenty one and you can join us and follow it. Hashtag be kind twenty one we know from science than if you do something for twenty one days in a row at the, there's a higher likelihood of it becoming a habit and with kindness kindness isn't this transactional one time event or offering. It's really habit a muscle that we need to us over and over again. So this campaign was built three years ago by the the sadness and unease of a young mom who s boileau spoiler alert was me. Whose son was starting kindergarten I, you would've thought my son was going off to college the way that I was emotionally preparing for him to be in kindergarten and I met with his principal and she asked if I would be interested in volunteering in the school and I made a joke. That unless it had something to do with kindness, which was the work that I focused on at the foundation I. Wouldn't be able to do it since I spent so much time traveling, and so she was smart enough at to sign me a role with an elementary school that focused on kindness and that's how kind twenty one was born initially built it for my son's kindergarten class. The first year we had four, hundred, forty, thousand people sign up a resulting over one point of kindness. Last year, we had a little bit over one point eight million people sign up resulting in forty, two, million unique acts of kindness. So that's one of my favorite. Very, personal campaigns that we do around kindness in the bucket of mental health. Really Proud of the partnership that we have with the National Council on Behavioral Health we've worked with them to pilot a program called Keen Mental Health First Aid, which teaches ten through twelfth graders, the vocabulary, the resources, the knowledge around their mental health I'm I'm thirty six years old than I when when I was in high school and when I was in college I was never. taught about mental health I was never. In in class or after class talked about talk to about how to seek resources had to get help how to talk to a friend that struggling and partnership with the National Council. We want to change that and we want to embed conversations around mental health into the curriculum. So we were really proud to host that program in eighty three school walls this past year, and we're looking at expanding in in the fall.

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Coronavirus task force presents a bleak landscape with 100K deaths as best-case scenario

Morning Edition

01:13 min | 3 years ago

Coronavirus task force presents a bleak landscape with 100K deaths as best-case scenario

"There are more than two hundred sixteen thousand diagnosed coronavirus cases in the U. S. according to researchers from Johns Hopkins University more than five thousand people have died the White House has a bleak picture of the virus is spread in coming weeks as NPR's Windsor Johnston reports president trump and the nation's top health officials say the country should brace for a very painful few weeks as the corona virus outbreak intensifies in the US speaking at his daily briefing at the White House on Wednesday trump was asked about his reluctance to issue and national stay at home order you have to give a little bit of flexibility we have a state in the Midwest or if Alaska as an example doesn't have a problem it's awfully tough to say close it down members of the White House coronavirus task force say the death toll could top one hundred thousand in the US even of social distancing guidelines are strictly followed Windsor Johnston NPR news Washington worldwide Johns Hopkins researchers say about nine hundred forty thousand people have been infected more than forty seven thousand people have died the greatest number of code nineteen deaths are in Italy and

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Coronavirus pandemic could kill as many as 200,000 in U.S.

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Coronavirus pandemic could kill as many as 200,000 in U.S.

"Is the number of coronavirus deaths continues to surge in the U. S. officials are warning that disease could kill between one hundred thousand two hundred forty thousand people even if people continue to stay home and limit their contact with others Deborah Berke says the White House coronavirus task force response coordinator there's no magic bullet there's no magic vaccine or therapy it's just behaviors each of our behavior is translating into something that changes the course of this viral pandemic number two the pandemic has killed more than thirty thousand people in Europe for more than three quarters of the deaths registered in Italy and Spain the death toll in the U. S. has risen to four thousand seventy

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Coronavirus Roils Every Segment of US Child Welfare System

WBZ Afternoon News

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Coronavirus Roils Every Segment of US Child Welfare System

"The latest numbers from the state department of public health show a jump of a thousand new cases in a twenty four hour period bringing the totals in the Commonwealth of more than forty two hundred positive cases and forty four deaths health officials and the governor tribute the high jump in cases partially to the state ramping up testing the governor says that while these numbers have exploded over the last four or five days the goal is to get to the point where we can turn our capacity to test into a strategic opportunity to trace track and isolate and president trump has approved a disaster declaration for Massachusetts ordering federal assistance to help with recovery in areas that are impacted by the corona virus crisis and the U. S. passing a grim milestone when it comes to the pandemic data from Johns Hopkins University shows that we passed the one hundred twenty four thousand mark in confirmed cases and there have now been at least twenty one hundred ninety deaths nationwide there have been more than five hundred thousand cases across the globe with more than a hundred forty thousand people fully recovering from the virus president trump says the U. S. naval ship will be arriving in New York City Monday to assist in the fight against the corona virus comfort will arrive at pier ninety in Manhattan on Monday three weeks ahead of schedule it's cruel begin treating patients on Tuesday he also says that the ship is designed to treat people they do not have the virus so that more beds are available in hospitals for those who are infected child welfare agencies across the U. S. are scrambling to confront new challenges that are rising because of the pandemic for case workers there are physical risks as well as an emotional toll child will fail welfare workers in several states including here in Massachusetts also in New York and Washington have tested positive for the virus many agencies have cut back on in person inspections at homes of children considered at risk of abuse and neglect instead visits are now often done through video conferencing parents of children already in foster care are losing their chances for weekly visits and slowdowns that family courts are causing agonizing delays for parents who are re unifying with their

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New York density control measures apparently working: governor

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

New York density control measures apparently working: governor

"Governor Andrew Cuomo saying over the past three days the rate of hospitalizations is swallowing but quickly cautioning that the peak of the crisis could still be twenty days away the evidence suggests that the density control measures may be working the governor saying while only fifteen percent of cases so far have required hospitalization the state is anticipating one hundred forty thousand people will be hospitalized warning he still doesn't have enough beds or lifesaving

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Hand Sanitizer Doesnt Prevent Disease, and the FDA wants Purell to Stop Saying it Does

Business Wars Daily

03:54 min | 3 years ago

Hand Sanitizer Doesnt Prevent Disease, and the FDA wants Purell to Stop Saying it Does

"From wondering I'm David Brown in this business wars daily on this Thursday February. Sixth did it ever occur to you that the hand sanitizer you've been using to stay healthy possibly isn't doing anything that could be the case the F. D. A. isn't too happy about manufacturers claiming otherwise late last month the agency agency told go Joe Industries the Akron Ohio company that makes Purell Hand Sanitizer to stop claiming that it's popular product can prevent the flu norovirus or a virus. The Mercer Bug and Bola none of which is true. The agency sent a letter to go joe warning it to remove the claims from its website and blog posts among the claims that rubbed the FDA the wrong way that Burell could reduce absenteeism by fifty one percent and that it could reduce mercer and another bug VR e by one hundred percent in German festival athletic environments according to The Washington Post it also skirted the issue of whether it could prevent a bola. There have been no oh studies on that by saying that organizations like the CDC recommends using alcohol during outbreaks of a bullet and by the way pure l.. Is Alcohol based see the logic the FDA said. Oh no you don't by making the unproven claims. The company violated the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act Act the agency said until it scolded. Go Joe the FDA had categorized Burell as an innocent over the counter product when issued the warning the agency also reclassified. Pirellis a so-called uncategorized drug. The company has since removed the claims from its website. So what's the deal. Don't we by hand sanitizer to protect district catching whatever horrible illness. Our colleagues bring to the office or that small children leave on shopping carts. Well seems like it. But in fact there's no scientific evidence that pure Hurrell. One of the country's most well known hand sanitizers does protect against the flu and it's a particularly virulent flu season according to CNN by January eighteenth more than eight thousand Americans died from the flu and one hundred. Forty thousand people had been hospitalized. According to the Centers for Disease Control Moreover there are no oh scientific studies yet of the efficacy of any hand sanitizer protecting against corona virus by last week more than eighty two hundred people worldwide. Eddie been diagnosed with corona virus and more than one hundred seventy at died. The World Health Organization declared the bug a global health. Emergency the irony of course is that sales of the hand sanitizers along with other protective products like surgical masks and rubber gloves are up. Because of the corona virus in fact an investment analysts last week predicted bath and body works will sell a lot more of its hand sanitizers as a result of the epidemic that according to CNBC. The analyst predicted higher profits for L. Brands L. Brands owns bath and body works but is better known as the owner of Victoria's secret furthermore we're relying more and more often on these gels lotions and hand rubs according to Marketwatch hand sanitizer sales hit two and a half billion dollars worldwide in two thousand seventeen and they're expected to double by twenty twenty four but that growing market could be a good case of marketing over substance. If burell doesn't protect against the Flu Mersa and so on is there any real point to using hand. SANITIZERS will public health authorities. Say the best way to prevent catching the flue is by washing your hands a lot by getting a flu vaccine bite light. Not touching your eyes nose

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Appeals court keeps block of Trump immigration rule in place

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Appeals court keeps block of Trump immigration rule in place

"The trump administration announced a new rule for last October it would have connected the use of public benefits like Medicaid or food stamps with the decision on whether immigrants could become permanent US residents several lawsuits were filed to block the rule and several injunctions of already been lifted but the second US circuit court of appeals has denied a motion to lift the ban imposed by in New York District Court about five hundred forty thousand people apply for green cards every year nearly four hundred thousand could be subject to a review to determine if they'd be a burden to the nation's benefits system I'm Jackie Quinn

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Global measles cases surge amid stagnating vaccinations

Democracy Now! Audio

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Global measles cases surge amid stagnating vaccinations

"Where the one hundred forty thousand people around the world died from measles last year amidst to surge in the number of cases of the preventable disease partially caused by misinformation mation about vaccines? The vast majority of the victims were children under the age of five. The new figures come as the Pacific island nation of Samoa has arrested an anti vaccination campaigner amidst a massive outbreak of measles. That's already killed over. Sixty people mostly young children

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More than 140,000 people worldwide died from measles last year, most of them younger than 5

Sean Hannity

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

More than 140,000 people worldwide died from measles last year, most of them younger than 5

"Surge in measles cases causing major concern and it's especially concerned for very young children more than one hundred forty thousand people worldwide die from measles last year most of them younger than five years old the CDC's Dr Robert Lincoln says for those who think measles is not that serious think again when a person is infected with measles the measles virus actually wipes out a broad part of their music system and that leaves survivors vulnerable to other potentially deadly diseases he says the best protection against measles is vaccination Sabrina Cupid ninety five point five

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News in Brief 25 October  2019

UN News

03:26 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 25 October 2019

"This is the news. In brief from the United Nations renewed violence in Nigeria's north-eastern state of Borno has displaced more than one hundred forty thousand people this year alone and with many farmers having missed planting seasons three million people are now food and secure U N relief chief and emergency relief annual number of malignant Mesothelioma deaths remains substantial Natalie Hutchinson U._N. News

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News in Brief 25 April 2019

UN News

03:17 min | 4 years ago

News in Brief 25 April 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations on world malaria day marked on Thursday, the World Health Organization or WHO launched a grassroots campaign to emphasize country ownership and community empowerment to improve malaria prevention and care after more than a decade of steady advances in fighting the disease progress has leveled off every two minutes a child dies from this preventable and treatable disease said W H O director general Ted gross at Hanane KEB rhesus, according to the UN health agencies latest world malaria report, the estimated number of malaria cases, remained virtually unchanged from twenty fifteen to twenty seventeen. There are approximately two hundred nineteen million cases globally and an estimated four hundred thirty five thousand deaths. The WHO chief said the campaign zero malaria starts with me. Calls on political leaders, the private sector and affected communities to take action to improve prevention diagnosis and treatment saying we all have a role to play the food and Agriculture Organization and European Union announced on Thursday, a new project to strengthen the resilience of agro-pastoral communities, which course, national boundaries in the Suhel targeting several priorities zones, including Senegal, but Keno Foucault, Molly and Nazir. The aim is to improve food security country level investments and building resilient livelihoods and policies to support communities. Major investments in rural development and agriculture must be integral to peace building efforts. FAO director general Jose Graziano to silver said while visiting Senegal the Suhel remains affected by conflict, malnutrition and population displacement, rendering million. In need of urgency assistance each year the project which will benefit one hundred forty thousand people many of whom are vulnerable pastoralists will help to address these crises at their roots. According to FAO, UN human rights experts said on Thursday that the refusal of Myanmar's top court to consider a final appeal by two jailed Reuters journalists represented a dark day for media freedoms and democracy in the country incarcerated for seven years in connection with their twenty seventeen investigation into the massacre of Rohan, gay men and boys at Indian village in rocking state. The supreme court on Tuesday rejected the appeal by wa loan and quavo. The experts underscored that neither committed a crime saying they were doing their job as investigative journalists. Reporting on issues of the utmost concern to the people of Myanmar and performing an. Essential democratic function the special rapid tour on the situation of human rights in me and more Yang. He Lee and special rapid tour on freedom of expression David Kay called the upholding of their convictions a grave injustice last week. Both journalists

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Trump visits Alabama communities devastated by tornadoes

Up First

02:25 min | 4 years ago

Trump visits Alabama communities devastated by tornadoes

"Those folks there are are starting to do the grieving process and really terrible scenario. One of the one of the families there lost ten family members if you can imagine. So they're going through a lot. And as Doug Jones said in in somebody had earlier, you have to really be there to to understand the devastation, right? What did it look like to you? Well, I'll tell you. I saw from the air, and I saw from the ground both incredibly devastating an impressive. You know? This is a county about one hundred forty thousand people it is rural. It's on the the border of Georgia and Alabama, and it is soi that went a half mile wide and twenty four miles long the track that tornado, so you can imagine all the different homes and the various communities that were ripped up by this. And when you see it in person, it never does Justice, no photograph or no video ever show. Exactly the way it really is. So as we noted President Trump is heading there today. And you know, I imagine the federal government is going to is going to have to come in and step up and healthy people rebuild. What's what's most urgent right now? I mean, what do what he's communities need most. Well, you know immediately. Well, let me just say this first of all the communities are take are taking care of themselves. I mean, these folks are giving themselves food water shelter. They're doing all they can to be all that they can be as as people on the ground as far as what they need from the federal government. Yes, they need funds that navy funds to try and rebuild the homes and the businesses that are there. Trump will be there today, we'd know his relationship with governor Kay Ivey is good. You know, she's requested a major disaster declaration, which President Trump has approved for Lee county. And certainly, you know, I think that according to the people that I've talked to on the ground. His presence will be well thought of remember back in twenty eleven during the tusk of Tuscaloosa tornado, President Obama showed showed up then. And so, you know, people in Alabama they want that that sort of. Leadership on the ground.

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Saudi Arabia expels Canadian ambassador over criticism of arrests

On The Media

04:18 min | 4 years ago

Saudi Arabia expels Canadian ambassador over criticism of arrests

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk the second week of testimony in the Paul. Manafort trial begins today NPR's Windsor Johnston reports the former Trump campaign chairman is facing more than a dozen tax and Bank fraud charges that trial will resume today with the defense team's cross examination of manafort's former accountants, Cindy LaPorta, who was granted immunity in exchange for her cooperation. She testified last week that she went along with falsifying manafort's tax records. The court is also expected to hear from manafort's, longtime business partner, Rick gates, this week, gates pleaded guilty in February two, lying to investigators and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors as part of his plea deal. Manafort is facing eighteen counts of Bank and tax fraud and could spend the rest of his life in prison. If convicted Windsor Johnston, NPR news, Washington, a sharp diplomatic. Squabble between. Canada and Saudi Arabia as. Dan carpenter reports the Saudis have accused Canada of interfering. In their internal affairs and have ordered the Canadian ambassador to leave the country Saudi Arabia says. It is also suspending any new trade with Canada behind the. Diplomatic quarrel is Ottawa's insistence at the Saudis release jailed civil rights activists the kingdom has already recalled its own ambassador in Ottawa and given the Canadian diplomat twenty four hours to leave Saudi Arabia Canada's department of global, affairs had, said it was gravely concerned about the arrests in. The kingdom including the detention of activist and blogger rift Badawi his wife. And children live in Quebec in a statement the, Saudi foreign ministry, said it, will not, accept any form of interfering in, the country's internal affairs and sees Ottawa's position as an attack which requires a firm. Response for NPR news I'm Dan carpenter talking Toronto the US ambassador to Bangladesh has escaped unharmed after her convoy. Came under attack in, the capital, Dhaka, NPR's Mara Kennedy Reports the US embassies has. Armed men attacked the ambassadors convoyed some of the assailants were on motorcycles all diplomatic personnel are safe the, embassy says though two of the cars were damaged this happened at the same time as. Ten student protests, in Dhaka after two young people were mowed down and killed by bus last week the demonstrators are pushing for safer roads and tighter traffic, regulations the government is trying to convince the. Students to go home and. Over the weekend police fired tear gas at the crowd. Dozens of students have been reported injured Mary Kennedy NPR news A powerful earthquake struck the. Indonesian tourist island of Lombok on Sunday killing at least eighty two people and shaking neighboring Bali one week after another quake on. Lombard killed, more than a dozen people hundreds of others were reported injured. In the magnitude seven point o. quake which struck Sunday evening Lombok island was already working to recover from the magnitude six. Point four quake on July twenty ninth, this is, NPR news In Japan the city of Hiroshima has marked the seventy third anniversary of the nineteen forty five atomic bombing the US. Attack killed one hundred forty thousand people in Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombing killed seventy thousand three days. Later the anniversary comes amid hopes to denuclearize North Korea after its pledge to do so at the. Singapore summit in June Cincinnati high school teacher has set a, record for rowing across the North Atlantic Ocean alone in the shortest amount of time Larry Miller reports Bryce Carlson is also the first American to complete the journey. Biology teacher Bryce Carlson landed in the isles of silly. Off the southwest English coast thirty. Eight days six hours and forty nine minutes after setting off from Saint John's Newfoundland Carlson beat the previous record by around fifteen, days Carlson's, twenty foot boat was. Filled with technology that kept him on a straight course and informed about weather conditions but he. Says a capsized more. Than a dozen times Carlson also says he survived hurricane Chris feel like I had a lot of luck along the way and a lot of help a lot of help from friends my family the community From some higher power. I dunno Carlson says is focused now is to be a more mentally and emotionally attentive teacher and coach for NPR news I'm, Larry Miller, in London With a..

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