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"hundred years war" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Mean me Goodman Israel and the United Arab Emirates reached an agreement to fully normalize relations after years of. Secretly working together on countering Iran and other issues under the deal. Israel's agreed to temporarily suspend plans to annex the West Bank a move that appear to have already been on hold due to international condemnation. The UAE is the first Gulf Arab country to normalize relations with Israel and just the third country in the Arab world to do so after Egypt and Jordan president trump announced the UAE Israel deal on Thursday in an Oval Office event flanked by US Ambassador to Israel David Freedman has former bankruptcy lawyer Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and trump's son-in-law jared Kushner. Two of America's closest and most capable partners in the region something which could not be done. This deal is a significant step towards building a more peaceful secure and prosperous Middle East. Now that the ice has been broken I, expect more Arab and Muslim countries will follow the United Arab Emirates leave. The Palestinian Authority rejected and denounce the trilateral deal and recalled ambassador to the U A. E. Meanwhile Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu admitted Israel may still in the West Bank. shoop Shoo Lucia. There is no change in my plan to player sovereignty and Judea and Samaria in full coordination with the United States I am committed it has not changed I remind you that I'm the one who put the issue sovereignty in Judea and Samaria on the table this issue continues to remain on the table. Critics of the Israeli occupation decried the deal democratic congresswoman Rashida to leave the first female Palestinian congresswoman tweeted quote we won't be fooled by another trump Netanyahu deal. We won't celebrate Netanyahu for not stealing land. He already controls in exchange for sweetheart business deal. The heart of the issue has never been planned formal annexation but ongoing devastating partake. She said Meanwhile Code Pink Medina Benjamin warned the deal is aimed at bolstering the quote Israel US Gulf alliance against Iran we're joined now by shade holiday the Edwards Sayyed modern Arab. Studies at Columbia University author of several books including his latest the Hundred Years War on Palestine Professor Holiday. Thanks for joining us. Can you respond to the surprise announcement yesterday? Well. In a sense another campaign in the hundred, years war in Palestine. This is a great victory for Arab reaction. It's a great victory for the annexationist. Government in Israel. It's also a a boost for for president trump the trump regime, which is one of the most authoritarian. In American. History has now gotten diplomatic victory. So I don't see that it has anything to do with piece of course, the United Arab Emirates never at war with Israel on the contrary, it makes the chance of of just equitable and sustainable peace much much much harder. So were you surprised by this announcement? Can you explain how it came about and then respond to the Palestinian leaderships denunciation and rejection of the deal? Well it came partly because of the blowback against. The trump Netanyahu plan to overtly annexed territories, which as flip said already under Israeli control and as Netanyahu said. He still plans to annex. But the blowback was so severe that. Both trump in Netanya were forced to recalibrate. And this is something that has always been ongoing of the plan to bring. The, most reactionary, most most absolute monarchies in the world. into an open, a public alliance with Israel as part of the Netanyahu trump obsession. With Iran which is something that these regimes are also obsessed with given that they have. They do not depend on incentive the government. They do not have any kind of domestic legitimacy. They're they're anti-democratic. They are the forces that fight against democracy throughout the world. The United Arab Emirates is not a force for peace. It's at war with the people of Yemen. It's at war in Libya on it has never. been involved in war with Israel. So this is this is making overt a relationship that was already covert. This is making even more. Salient an alliance against Iran, which is the dream of both Netanyahu and trump to dangle Iran in front of people's eyes to distract them from the kinds of reactionary dictatorships or absolute monarchy's. Those monarchy's Are So reactionary that they make you know Henry the eighth and the fourteenth look like Tom Paine and Robespierre they are the most they are the most absolute monarchies in the world today the fact that the United States is supporting them as an absolute disgrace well on Thursday president trump which question about whether Israel may still annex the West Bank, this is what he said. was was pretty bigger today as operas conference that he considers this to be a temporary suspension and that the deal would still be open to him at some point in the future I'm asking you think he should do should all right now I can say it's off the table so I can't talk about some time into the future that's a big statement but right now it's off the table is that correct saving Mr? Best yes, the word suspended was chosen carefully party suspend by definition. Reads temporary halt. So that's the US ambassador to Israel on the sidelines of the press conference David Friedman the former bankruptcy lawyer for president trump. Rasheed Ecology of President Trump is I wanted it to be called the Donald. J. Trump accord the national security adviser Robert O'Brien said President trump should be the front runner for the Nobel peace. Prize. Well as I've said, the United Arab Emirates is never been engaged in war with Israel on the country United Arab Emirates air defenses it's missile defenses are. Manufactured in Israel and are probably controlled from Israel. So this is a at ally of Israel in practice, it always has been now mrs been made public. Whatever the president and his ambassador to Israel say I would I would take nothing now at his word, there is no change in his plants he said you you ran a clip. Speaking Hebrew. They will continue the. Colonization of the of the of the West Bank, they will continue to control. Absolutely, Israel will continue to be the only sovereign between the Mediterranean and the Jordan River and it will continue. Its discriminatory policies whereby Israelis have one set of laws and Palestinians under occupation basically have the law of the jungle I e military occupation military courts in which everybody is always guilty. And in which about twenty percent of the Palestinian population. Has got has been sent to prison. So we're talking about a jackboot regime which is going to be sustained and continued a by this deal that's not piece. That's continuation of colonization and occupation. The President says. Brian Hook the State Department's outgoing special envoy for run also spoke at the White House Thursday. Between the Arabs and the Israelis is Iran's worst nightmare. And no one has done more to intensify the conflict. Between the Arabs Israelis Iran in what we see today a new, Middle East, the trend lines are very different today. And we see the future is very much in the Gulf with Israel and the past is with the Iranian regime. Meanwhile, Code Pink Media Benjamin warned the deal is aimed at.
Andrew DeAngelo on Cannabis Activism
"Everybody. This is Jason Wilson with curious about Canvas podcast. Thanks much for tuning in once again So I am beyond delighted today to be able to sit down and talk with Andrew Dangelo at you. Know there's so many ways I could introduce you. Activists you know co founder of Harbourside. You're involved with the last prisoner project now. Which I know you've been bringing lot of tension to but welcome Andrew Dangelo. Thanks so much for being willing to come on the podcast today. Thank you Jason. It's great to be with your community today. Yeah totally. I'm really stoked to see where our conversation goes. I've been following a lot of your press over the past several months. Some of the interviews you've been doing and keeping up with some your work and there's a there are a lot of milestones to go through but then I know there's a lot you've been talking about lately that I don't WanNa make you regurgitate the same stuff that you've been staying over again someone to try to go in some unique directions here but there's all sorts of stuff for us to Go into right now. One of the kind of segue into a lot of things one of the first things I wanted to ask you about. Is you recently took a trip to Barcelona didn't you? I did I was there for. Icbc Barcelona and span of this. Yes yeah and you. You didn't make it out to the hashish and hemp museum. That's out there I did. I had a great time at the museum. That's Ben drunker zones and operates that museum. He also has one in Holland. Amsterdam and Ben's been old friend of the family for decades and so it was great vehicle able to see his newest outposts there in Barcelona. It's a beautiful building. He's done all this wonderful stained glass work and yeah and if you if you haven't been Barcelona the architecture Barcelona's just every single building every single doorway window archway. is just extraordinarily well-crafted. Beautiful beautiful work and the the hemp and Marijuana Museum. There is no exception and they've ban in his team just done a stellar job with that museum. I encourage everyone to make a pilgrimage to check it out. Yeah I saw some of the photos posted on social media and I was fascinated. How beautiful some of you know the way. Everything was presented the design architecture and everything and I wasn't even really familiar with that museum. Can you describe a little bit about what that museum is like? And kind of how things are presented. And what your experience. There was sure. The museum has multiple levels. So it's two or three stories. There's elevators and stairs that you navigate through it and it's part a history lesson of the plant and and specifically Ham You know the two. The two tracks museum really talks. Most about is is as cannabis as medicine and as an intoxicant and ham has a industrial raw material so so that those are the two focuses. I would say of the museum. And Ben's just got an incredible collection of ancient hemp materials and modern hemp wears also that are represented by some of the leading can't cannabis hemp companies of today. Of course UH sense. He seeds is right next door. Okay Marijuana Museum both in Barcelona Amsterdam and and you can purchase CBD products there and genetics and a whole bunch of really cool will art and culture and Swag from both the museum and since he seats and I was just thrilled to be in Barcelona and an experience that you know we we in the United States. We don't we have cannabis with sort of the first cannabis museum or installation in Las Vegas. There we'd maps just did a big installation in Los Angeles. That was a museum. But we don't have permanent cannabis ham. You know that I'm aware of that's that's as large in a serious As bans I'm sure we have lots of small Wonsan and probably millions of small ones in people's homes. I certainly is yeah I got. I got some in mind mile in my altar of course but you know so when it. It's not easy to have a museum. You know museums don't make money. They lose money and they are about building culture and about keeping something alive for future generations to learn about an and that's hard work to do in our movement in our industry is still in the embryonic stages and I look forward to the day and I hope Stephen I get to be a part of it Where there are something like that. The Hemp Museum here in the United States a- every city should have won. Every every community has cannabis story that goes back hundreds of years and and we can all tell our own version of what's happened over the last hundred years so it's part of the cultural work that I think we're moving into sort of a cultural renaissance canvas. We've had you know we had to legalize and that was just brutal. One hundred year war you know and now we have all these little battles to get legalisation right which we have not done and and of course you know. We have a lot of work to do to get legalisation rights. So that's going to be ten thousand battles that we're GONNA have to fight for that. The cultural work is really something that I think our community is going to have a lot more fun within the political work and I I really. Creativity and culture is been one of the strengths of the cannabis movement community for forever. Going back to the jazz age you know going back to the brothels of New Orleans going back to Jamaica going back to India Longtime in this plant has inspired the creativity of men and women all over the world and so we get to come out of the shadows culturally now and into the light and Where are colors loud and proud and and talk about the plant in ways like a museum? There's millions of ways to express cannabis culture but a museum certainly one of them and you know the there's a big wide open cultural world out there that I hope your listeners will will embrace. There's also I know you know. Science on this podcast. There's a big sign this world of cannabis scientists just like just like culture. It's in the embryonic stages in Gosh. I can't I can't I can't think of something more exciting right now. Then to be working with canvas science or cannabis culture.
"hundred years war" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Unexpected the unexpected. Now here's your host. Why talks evening. Friend Bob Bailey. Virginia Gregg in the West Coast Program. Let George Do. It was originally broadcast sixty nine years ago. Today may seventh nineteen fifty one be episodes entitled Spring Session and Spring is here on this Thursday the seventh day of. May The one hundred twenty seventh day of Twenty twenty? Make that hundred and twenty eight of twenty twenty two hundred thirty eight days remaining in the year back in fourteen twenty nine. Joan of ARC ended the siege of Orleans pulling an Arrow from her own shoulder and returning wounded to lead the final charge. This victory marked turning point in the Hundred Years War in Philadelphia on this date in eighteen. Forty seven the American Medical Association was founded. Germany signed an unconditional surrender at allied headquarters in France on this date in nineteen forty five to take back the following day ending the European conflict of World War. Two recording made three days earlier by General. Dwight Eisenhower Rap United Nations rejoicing battlefield for balanced life. I have to let the Nazis schedule and eliminated for the remaining enemy of Human China. Those bells is founding an imminent doom. Now the American people would formally celebrate the victory the following day though many started immediately in one thousand nine hundred eighty six Tokyo telecommunications engineering founded with about twenty employees the company still exists today. Renamed Sony Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev announced on this date in nineteen sixty. His nation was holding American Youtube pilot. Gary Powers in the U. Two Cold War incident was on this date. In one thousand nine sixty four the Pacific Airlines flight seven seventy-three Fairchild F twenty seven airliner crashed near San Ramon California all forty four aboard were killed the FBI later reported a cockpit recorder tape indicated the pilot and co-pilot had been shot by a suicidal passenger Michigan ratified two hundred three year old proposed amendment of the Constitution making the twenty seventh amendment law this woman at bars the US Congress from giving itself a term pay raise and that works both ways. You can't raise their pay midterm. You can't lowered their payment term. You can't cut off their payment term so the people who think that You Know Congress have their pay cut. I can't do it constitutional because it works both ways. Space Shuttle Endeavour launched on its maiden voyage on this date in Nineteen ninety-two mercedes-benz bought Chrysler on this date. In one thousand nine hundred ninety eight forty billion dollars form download Chrysler in the largest industrial merger in history in two thousand two scandal rocking the Catholic Church with the arrest Arraignment Reverend Paul. Shanley accused of sexually molesting a minor. It is over a period of six years between one thousand nine hundred. Eighty three thousand nine hundred ninety. The offense is alleged occurred on diverse dates on almost a weekly basis. The complainant has alleged that the defendant would take him out of A. Ccd Class at Saint Jean's Harish Newton and bring him to various places the rectory the confessional and in the bathroom of the rectory Deputy District Attorney Lynn Rooney of Middlesex County Massachusetts in February two thousand five Shanley found guilty of indecent assaults and the rape of a male minor and received a sentence of twelve to fifteen years in prison passing away on this date in History Guy Williams he was Zorro and he was The Dad in lost in space. Also musician Eddie Rabbit. You don't love me anymore or I low rainy night and actor. Douglas Fairbanks Junior all passing away on this date in history. This is the birth date composer. Trajkovski Gabby Hayes Gary Cooper ever either Perron Evita also Darren mcgavin and Baxter. The very very funny and underrated toady feels charity. Teresa brewer put another nickel in in the nickelodeon all I ever want was. Un Music Music Music and a professional wrestler Owen. Hart such a tragic death very very sad owen. Hart born on this date back in. Nineteen sixty five happy. Seventy four th birthday to Thelma. Houston and Kevin Owens in the WWe turns thirty six years old today. Though system. The people who celebrate the seventh day of May is their birthday in at. This happens to be your birthday. Happy to talk.
"hundred years war" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"From the Sundance Film Festival in Park City Utah that is democracy now. What trump and Netanyahu put forward is not a peace plan does not involve a Palestinian state by any possible people interpretation of the term? It's essentially a diktat imposed by the Israelis dictated to young jared Kushner and telling the Palestinians you must accept these humiliating terms essentially deprive you every single one of your national rights. President Trump unveils his Middle East plan standing with Israeli Prime Minister. Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House this just Steph. Mr Netanyahu was indicted for corruption in Israel. He says Israel will now move towards a next thing thirty percent of the occupied tide West. Bank we'll speak to Columbia University. Professor Rasheed Holiday Author of the new book the Hundred Years War on Palestine as well as the hassle of Al Jazeera then to the impeachment trial of president trump the trial of the leader of the free world world the duly elected president of the United States. It is not a game of leaks and unsourced manuscripts that's politics. Unfortunately and Hamilton put impeachment in the hands of this body the Senate and precisely specifically to be above that break. And then we go to South Dakota where the state eight legislature is debating a bill targeting transgender youth makers disregarding science disregarding the urgent needs of the the Trans Community and saying we do not care that you might die we are going to make your healthcare and and indeed your life crime all that and more coming.
Beautiful Minds: Christine de Pizan
"Today's beautiful mind was a genius. Moralist and political thinker. She lived at a time when women were often stereotyped as either virtue itself or immoral temptation and and she became one of the first people in history to take up the pen and defensive her gender. Let's talk about Christine. Christine design was born thirteen sixty four in Venice Italy. Her father was a doctor as well as the counselor and court astrologer for the republic public of Venice in thirteen sixty eight. He became the court astrologer for the French king and moved the whole family to Paris in thirteen. Seventy eighty nine Christine married the French royal secretary at Ti do Castel soon. After Christine took up writing as a career leading her to become the first first female professional writer of the Middle Ages at first Christine wrote love ballads letter poetry and advice for royalty which captured the interest interest of French patrons she even became the court writer for King Charles the Sixth of France in fourteen o two Christine published her first feminist book the tale of the Rose. The work was a rebuttal of a piece by John. Demon called Romance of the rose. An an allegorical poem that paints all women seductresses in the tail of the Rose Christine fires back by suggesting that demand is vulgar and misogynist in the subsequent three years. Christine wrote to more well known works called the Book of the city of Ladies and the Treasurer of the city of ladies in the book of the city of Ladies Christine featured three female allegorical figures named reason justice and rectitude who create create symbolic city that appreciates women inhabited by Female Saints Women from the Old Testament and women from Pagan history together publicly discussed women's Issues Christine stressed the importance of allowing women of voice in public conversation to dispel misconceptions and harmful handful stereotypes. Christine argued that both men and women are created in God's image so both have soles in the same sense of morality in the treasure pressure of the city of Ladies Christine stated that all women are capable of virtue. She used her own life as a guide for navigating French society in the middle. Oh agents and urged female readers to strive for greatness. Christine's writing in career changed course when the Hundred Years War broke out between France and England after France suffered a devastating loss of battle of Agean in court. Christine moved to a quiet convent for the rest of her life there. She wrote a piece praising. Joan of ARC which is the only French language work of its kind that came out during Jones. Lifetime Christine died a year after writing that work around fourteen. Thirty Christine to Pisa was. It's a prolific author. Her book sat in the court libraries of royals like Elizabeth. The first and some of her work remained in print for over a century. She's been studied Eddie by feminists and scholars. Ever since she wrote her first works she was one of the first female professional writers to demand that women be allowed to participate in discussions about society and morality centuries later. Her ideas are still relevant.
"hundred years war" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"And this is the Watergate baby generation and then behind the scenes the one of the first things they that that happened is the bankers nippy lated them into voting patents out of his committee assignment sharing the Banking Committee and so they got a bankers manage to find the in the end get rid of right pop in and then later a few few months later he ended up he died but that was the moment nineteen seventy five when they got rid of happen in which the Democratic Party adopted a new philosophy of operating with concentrated capital and that same Congress they got rid of the laws that were protecting the American independent retailer and manufacturer from chain stores and so in Nineteen Seventy Walmart has thirty million dollars forty million dollars of revenue by nineteen eighty it has a billion dollars of revenue and this is because the united seventy five congress the Democratic Congresses Watergate Baby Congress gets rid of some of the pricing rules that are constrained chain stores and then direct you know late in they start doing deregulation and this is the Democrats who are minute because they believe in it right in in Ralph Nader actually pushing deregulation are holding WANNA get into to Ralph Nader but I just want to love a plant a flag here in to say I think in the past I think we've talked to you about this about the Atari Democrats we've in a couple of interviews with Lily Guide smer This era there was a lot of things going on within the Democratic Party this was almost one feature of it but it was all sort of emanating a around this a similar push right where the the Democrats largely I mean a abandoned labor maybe that's or I should say unions in particular on some level to to make a sensibly the primary purpose the primaries more democratic in some ways and we also see this the adoption of we call social justice CBS emancipation movements or environmentalism other Other issues become to the four how much though we should say at this point the pattern is Jetson we should also say that that he was part of his coalition was built on a certain amount out of of of racism yes I mean is that fair to say yeah so so yes that's right he had votes so it has an interesting relationship with race visit very complicated but in the nineteen twenty he fought against the clan right in rural Texas he was the deep very opposed to the plan we should say this is the Klan had was basically I think there was six million card carrying members in nineteen twenty out of a popular action of one hundred million that's a lot of people to be proud clan members right I mean you know who who knows if there was any ashamed ones but that's a lot that's a huge portion of the population Yeah the Mayor of Portland Oregon in Portland Maine were both clan in nineteen twenty two I mean it was it was a mainstream movement that was based on you know it's fascinating the town was opposed to the clan and having also did a bunch of things that were like he he he made sure that economic power he tried to distribute economics our regardless of race he got the first black Member of of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve on the board in the nineteen sixties He ask the fair Credit Reporting Act which is Nancy discrimation statute in I guess sixty nine or seventy actually going around zone committee but he also I voted for segregation in the early fifties and was a signer of this of the southern manifesto and and he said very explicitly in the seventies why did that which is I would have lost my in rural Texas if I hadn't and he was also he was getting you know there were always primary candidates that the the far right was putting up against him saying he was insufficiently dedicated to the cause of segregation But what what had happened may nineteen seventy five not that there was like nobody in seventy five really pushed patent out because of of race so that wasn't the issue and he and he had defenders in Congress who were who were black and he had people in Congress who are black who opposed him you know the issue was just and I talked to a bunch of the Watergate baby members they were just like oh he was he was too old and the illiberal generation that emerged in one thousand nine hundred five it's not that they were like they were like racist actually what matters versus the the old the older generation who saying you know oh no actually race doesn't matter it's all about he car that's not what the debate was the debate what were two different visions of racial justice and one of the vision the racial justice which was also bad economic justice was we need to have a democracy and undo the undo the institution final concentrations of power that enabled discrimination of both against African Americans and women and small shopkeeper any other and this was the neoliberal framework was basically we need to have we need to allow discrimination against the small shopkeeper and against the little Guy but we need to make sure that you know in this kind of greed is good paradigm that nobody exploits gender or racial identity to advantage themselves they do other things they can take exploited fraud they can expect corruption but that that is a no no so now both of these visions of kind of multicultural oligarchy and a multicultural democracy have embedded in them a vision of social the justice any vision of racial justice but they are different I wouldn't say that the Potman vision which really comes back from Brandeis you go back and Douglas hated monopolies and there's a whole you know sort of interesting racial dynamic here that one is it's I don't think it's as simple as saying oh pattern was just in this new generation wasn't I think you know anyway so that's just I mean put aside different bishop put aside put aside whatever you know whatever patterns actual feelings were right I mean clearly he was constrained by a racist is consistent constituency and I guess really in terms of because ultimately what you're writing about is power right and at the end of the day like hey you know what was in his heart or even what you know what what was really relevant to what extent he could push the limits of his constituencies PA- patients and to what extent in thing I'm saying that that the laws that we don't think of as anti-discrimination measures like anti chain store laws or laws that prevent monopolization that that those are actually also very important civil rights laws that we I just don't think of as such and those are the laws that happened was protecting in that brandeis was protecting and that was the first laws that attacked and knows the laws that the water a baby generation got rid of so so that's what I'm saying it's not that that it's not that like pattern couldn't yeah I mean he he voted for segregation there's there's no six with a deal to entrench a different form and much more pernicious form of racism then the one that came out of the new deal I'm I'm yeah that's all this is about you destroy black banks you destroy you destroy black stores you destroy black economic power that'd be a form of racism that is extremely vicious it just happens through monopolization and predatory pricing and we don't sort of see it as kind of a civil rights problem but we should and that is an ideological flaw in the way that the civil rights movement has kind of thought about the world seems to nineteen seventy five or so I mean meal liberalism is everywhere is in the civil rights movement today it is in the way that we think about race today and that's a problem right right and I guess that's where I'm trying to get at is sort of examined like the difficulty it seems to be is that the in in an stipulating that I think you're right like this sort of the the the material implications in terms of how it impacts a race of neo liberal policies in many ways are are are more dramatic than you know long term at least in terms of like accruing power for these communities then the money put it let me put it in a more stark way Obama's a black president right oversaw the largest theft of blackwell in our lifetimes and maybe an eighty years okay we have no way to talk about that because Neil the neoliberal framework brace is designed to obscure power and it's a racist framework it is it is a it's not as bad as Jim Crow but he was a reactionary turn in nineteen zero eighty five thousand nine hundred seventy six so that we cannot honestly talk about race nobody can honestly talk about race because that is what happened that's what happened in two thousand and eight two to two thousand fourteen and I brought this up over and over and over and Democrat candidate come to grips with it they can't handle it because they are enthralled to than the neal liberal framer on power and money and business and raising everything else I wrote this book to explain what happened to explain why we're in this framework but I don't except I just the framing of the way that we talk about race is fundamentally dishonest today yeah I mean I think you know you and I had that conversation I think in the lead up to the twelve election actually but and I'm not I'm not disagreeing with with with that assessment but I'm but it's it doesn't events that pattern came from a background that you know in I'm not talking about him personally but his constituents he was also happen to be racist and and and you know you and I may may or may not not agree or disagree I don't know on on the implications of their racism as terms of how it materially impacts You know black people let's say and and I'm not even sure that you know you and I can assess like what's the most important thing there and it's not it's not really relevant sustain terrorist violence against against particular against black people it was not as bad against poor white people but it did disenfranchise for white people in a particularly singled out black people with economic power those are people who are often the targets of of lynchings those are the people burned down you know Black Wall Street in Tulsa this was a Jim Crow was a system that was designed to keep black people in servitude by attacking the economic traded northern capital which was an important part of Jim Crow by the way he was trying to say you know we're GonNa break from that and then the civil rights movement in the fifties and sixties he's built on top of the new deal and said no we're actually now that we've kind of shown that there can be an imperfect democracy we're going to try to let all people black and white and women and gay we're going to try to let them all into this democracy the whole point is did it in one thousand nine hundred ninety five the Watergate babies and then they got money do you can go back and say oh you know cabins constituents were racist absolutely and you can go back to the eighteen seventies and discover kind of why lowered by northern capital so the the fight here is complicated and always has to do with with political and economic power it manifest itself through racial terrorism but but to just.
"hundred years war" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
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"hundred years war" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
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"hundred years war" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Broadcasting live steps from the industrially ravaged Ghana's canal in the heartland of America downtown Brooklyn USS on the program today Matt stolen hello at the Open Market Institute author of Goliath the One hundred year war between monopoly power and Democracy also on the program today spy Donald Trump military kills the Isis leader al-Baghdadi meanwhile Bolton deputy slated to testify today instead ED seeks a court ruling which is either a slow walk tactic or could be big problems for other members of the trump administration meanwhile the E. U. Agrees to another Brexit extension a new English election in the offing just the rolling cluster ah of stuff two hundred thousand people evacuate and California fleeing wildfires aw people debate what to do with PG and E. Pacific Gas and energy company those black jewel coal miners in Kentucky they have won their fight for back pay after almost two months of literally putting their bodies in front of trains with Kohl's speaking of which massive protests in Chile force the President to replace his entire cabinet unlikely to be enough one million of the eighteen million Chilean wins hit the streets think this weekend seven eight percent of the entire country now the equivalent of that would be twenty five million people in one place in this country California Congresswoman Katie Hill to resign in the wake of a revenge porn play by ex husband she had to live endorses Bernie Sanders Exxon sued by the Massachusetts AG for hiding knowledge of climate change from consumers and investors rest in peace John Conyers the former Congressman House did because of sexual harassment claims dead at age ninety all this and more on Today's Program Ladies and Gentlemen Welcome back from Las Vegas I voice is almost recovered I tend to Dull Jr a little bit too much while I'm there and so that impacts my ability to speak let's meet up with the guys near the to a table go tear it up it's exactly right it is it is sort of like crazy the conversations I'll have at like one in the morning about going after this hotel chain regarding trafficking or you know sort of like the horrible stuff that this attorney found discovery about you know x y Ariz. drug or it is pretty stunning you just drink copious amounts of alcohol and then talk about the worst human beings in the world but it's fun to do a couple of times a year for me I hope you enjoyed those interviews that we we had this this go around sometimes you just don't know what you're GONNA get down there but I thought those into quite interesting some house cleaning we are several hundred people away from ten thousand followers on Instagram if you have an instagram account by by all means you should be following us and spreading it around to your friends because the stuff that are artificial intelligence bought is posting up there is fantastic so check it out I think the latest thing is a Andrew Yang Karaoke that really you really need to see to believe also our APPS are up we're going to be shooting a video in the next couple of days on how.
"hundred years war" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"Of the association that were upset about how this was causing making it more difficult for them to sell their property yeah. It doesn't do any good to have the sweet ass. Property can't sell it because of the restrictions although I think that there would be plenty of wasps out there who would be more than happy to buy that property. I don't know they're probably like Michigan. Do there's good stuff in Michigan. I'm sure they end is I have never Michigan. That's the Mitt right yeah. This is in the mid. I don't I'm not I know we have listeners in Michigan and I am I am sorry but my experience in that estate was horrible and the only remotely redeeming thing about it was that they had beaches yeah so isn't it pretty humid. Oh yeah because of the light switch lake is it in its between Michigan well. It's it's got like almost all of them Michigan Ontario and superior depending on what part of Lake Superior Doughnuts depending on which part of Michigan. I should look up the property. Let's Michigan like known for Isle Royale L. Like Agricultural Property really four troy with right there. We go formerly major automotive place. Yeah that's there we go. That's right. That's where you can find slag aggregates so four companies they would do you know paint paint tests and you end up with like three feet layer thick of all these different paints that they were testing and then that stuff eventually it was abandoned and erosion would grind down into little puzzles and you can find multicolored rainbow colored little pebbles actually really old paint cool with agriculture for that. They're really well known for their. I think is potatoes and apples else. I only say that because <hes> you know Wisconsin dairy which is not agr- no that is agriculture. That's the definition of agricultural also has Amish Erin Amish. I Guess Amish I always think Pennsylvania most people do but that's part of Dutch Amish for a little bit commish or like Oh the Pennsylvania Dutch Amish People Pennsylvania Dutch is a mispronunciation one of Deutsche Jewish. Okay Deutsche Jewish Americans can't pronounce foreign words and then it gets just had a kit chairman out of Deutsche. That's what the Germans call themselves I yeah I know I'm asking how did they always studied that came from French. Of course it did we loved to culturally appropriate language of no actually makes sense how it came from French because the Norman Court until the Hundred Years War spoke French so all of the diplomacy would have been done in French which would mean all of England's names for other countries trees came from French sucks for the Germans yeah which INS twitch Deutschland so anyway in February the housing in an urban development secretary ruled that Bayview was engaged quote engaged in unlawful discriminatory housing practices and retaliation against the complaints in quote retaliation case that Ooh if this then got the attorney general to file a complaint against them now odds are that it wasn't really Ben Carson or Jeff sessions that made these decisions but that's beside the point and that is their departments that did this like if it's bad enough for Jeff sessions and Ben Carson to say you're being way to Christian about this. That's got a problem yeah yeah you do. We're going to ruin it for everybody. <music> so then the lawyers advise them to subtle since going to court could result in them being ruled a town and then have their private club which would have have resulted in them having to stop all of the Plethora of religious programming that the association puts on right and turn it into a secular organization and then they wouldn't be tax exempt right. It'd be differently tax exempt so they were so they were advised to subtle and subtle. They did right for an undisclosed amount right well they have. I don't know if there's actually any money they have removed the requirement Ramos that members be Christian..
"hundred years war" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"An eight sixty eight AM the answer. And now, here's Larry elder. Lewis. You see none of what you here. We still have the same media. Now that we had the only difference that took place in Iraq. Doing the killing Saddam Bursch amendment. You didn't see it? Once again, you guys from the right? You know, I'm a patriot with the right to the Rumsfeld Pechiney. These guys were all Neo cons. We wanted one hundred year war. They wanted to protect the central Bank, Saddam and Qaddafi would sign get away from them. That's why we go to war within ten put backs control this right wing control, the democrat and may. Crocs out there. Approve opposition. Can you see? When it comes to international matters lockstep with you got to wake up you guys. Man. You are you mainstream your way to reality about you guys. Like Kennedy large. Oh, yeah. Just wave. Thrive in Houston. Hi. What S H E E triple eight nine seventy one seventy four larryelder. Relieffactor dot com studio. Check out my website. If you want to subscribe to our podcast, it's just.
"hundred years war" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Nikki Haley time is US ambassador to the United Nations the United States withdrew from the Paris climate accord, the UN Human Rights Council the Iran nuclear deal, unrelated, the UN agency that provides humanitarian aid Palestinians, and UNESCO. The UN educational and cultural agency the Trump administration also threatened to sanction judges on the international criminal court. If it went after Israel or the United States for war crimes and the US refused to sign the global compact on my Gration a set of non-binding rules for safe orderly and regular migration while Nikki Haley, did not say why she was. Resigning. She dismissed speculation. She'll be running for president in twenty twenty President Trump says he'll name a replacement in the coming weeks on Tuesday said his daughter, Ivanka Trump would be incredible at the job. If Trump later tweeted that she would not be replacing Haley, the person who does replace we'll have to go before a Senate confirmation. Donald Trump also said one possible candidate is Dina Powell and the gyp shin born, Goldman Sachs, executive and Trump's former deputy national security adviser Powell said to be close to the president as well as his daughter, Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner, while at the White House power focused part on US relations with Israel and Saudi Arabia. She attended President Trump's first meeting with the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammad bin Salman NBC reports. She was also involved with overseeing a two hundred billion dollar arms deal between the US and Saudi Arabia to talk about the significance of Nikki Haley departure and the role of the United States at the United Nations. We're joined now by Rashid holiday, the Edwards, professor of Arab studies at Columbia University author of several books. This most recent brokers of deceit. How the US has undermined peace in the Middle East has next book titled the hundred years war on Palestine will be out in may professor welcome back to democracy now. Thank you your first response. Was this a shock to you like to so many others? It was a surprise because she put such a. Nice face an articulate face on a policy that is horrific in many respects vis-a-vis Palestine vis-a-vis Iran on so many on so many fronts what she was putting forward while props red meat to the president's base is probably important to most Americans and has contrary to what she said made the United States much more isolated internationally. It's also interesting the timing. Many. She just said I mean, they were saying that they didn't want to look like after the midterm elections. But they say that last week the resignation letter was put in which was right after. Judge cavenaugh at the time testified enduring the FBI supposed- investigation. So to say, the least there was a lot of tension within the Trump administration around this. She didn't say anything about this at the time. But of course, if she ran in the future, she could refer back to this period of time that she actually resigned, and she distances herself from the president during the campaign by saying any allegations by women should should be heard and should be investigated. So she's a very unbalanced woman if she's planning a run should Trump not run again in two thousand twenty or in twenty twenty four the sets are perfectly it fits perfectly that the the MVP calculating nature that she's already shown at the UN and in South Carolina. I wanted to go back to. What? Nikki Haley said sitting next to President Trump's in the White House. About her relationship with both Trump's daughter, Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner during the news conference, she's single them out for praise. Jerry.
"hundred years war" Discussed on History On Fire
"Tiny bit of patients because the app is coming up next month than the one softer debt will be entirely about. So let's get the Boland. Would these warrant any mind? Let's gug going. He would be nice if something cold. The hundred years war actually lasted a hundred years, right? That would be logical enough but but that would also be tweeted technically we want to be sticklers for math the under the swore lasted a hundred in sixty years from thirteen thirty seven fourteen fifty three. But the handwritten sixteen years war dozen quite have the same thing. So the Honda DR Soir it is. Okay. So it's a handwritten sixteen years of continues war rights while no, even though I would be Tweety the reality is that what is known as the hundred years war was actually a series of at least four separate wars that later story group together for simplicity's sake. After all the wars feature, the main players, namely the English on French monarchies, along with their allies. But in the course of those one hundred and sixty nine ers Englishman franchisor may stoop several timeouts. Sometimes dime outs lasting for ears. At that time, for example, war was interrupted for a few years by the black plague in the thirteen fifties. Because you know our to keep throats multi to kill each other while they are getting beaten by fleas from hail causing them to have acute fever, vomit, blood and Geico covered bus field.
"hundred years war" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Richest women on the planet she's not just people wanna say oh she's a figurehead it's a tourist attraction guler net worth you know it's a lot it's up there and the fact that she is part of a of an unbroken chain of things that goes all the way back to you know the hundred years war i mean joan of arc and that think about as americans as matz and we're all fascinated by this me twentythree kits and ancestry dot com they don't have to do that they have plaques and pictures all over the wall of the dining room that goes all the way back nobody's got a scratch the inside of anybody's cheek they know exactly from whence they came for millennia and i think there's something fascinating about you know larger than life i think it's the ultimate lifestyles of the rich and famous but i don't think it's lifestyles of the rich and famous i think it's lifestyles of the of the blessed of the anointed of the other half of the of the thing because keep in mind that at the end of the day when you watch i i don't know if any of you've watched the crown there's a whole secret thing that believes that this is divine but it isn't just like oh you happen to be born in the right family when we come back there's a whole thing that goes into being royalty that has nothing to do with with the crown or the chair it's a belief that you have a higher calling than the commoners this is the monique marvez show tossing to the uncommon newsman michael should pay president trump is endorsing san diego businessman john cox for governor trump says a california fully deserves a great governor one who understands borders crime and lowering taxes cops hopes the endorsement will push impasse fellow republican travis allen of orange county to a second place finish in california's primary election june fifth that we'll give cox runoff spot in the november general election most likely against democratic lieutenant governor gavin newsom news brought to you by norm reeves honda superstore.
"hundred years war" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast
"But they get together they hook up why chris germany or she had a worse they like germany or shia worse the russians haiti or she and the french the germans and so they get together like dude man or shia sucks and the french like yeah you think orsha sucks russia germany really sucks and the russians like yeah they sucked too hey want wanna be friends we could talk about how much germany and austria sock the french like do that would be awesome and we get into a fight with them will totally have each other's back and virtually yeah we'll make an alliance and that whole thing where i wear polian trying to burn down moscow and then we starved drawl death will forget that man bygones boat drinks and so he let the past the past was you bake deal like this is a diplomatic revolution the british and the french who have fought they had two hundred year wars one in the twelve hundred thirteen hundreds and then again in the fifteen sixteen seventeen hundreds they that that the british and the french are always at war they hate each other and other like you know what yeah you know you're you're not so cool units bad determines worse and what this all means is that a small war a french german war on or shane russian war on austrian serbian war is going to be a huge war there are no more small wars.
"hundred years war" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Is in the orthodox had a problem with that or muslims this is before the schism in england so it was the english i think is it yeah yeah because queen because queen elizabeth i was the first queen after they broke and that was after quite a while after and what happened was this yeah so this is this is when england is staunchly catholic branson's staunchly catholic at a time that joan comes comes around basically france is england they have lost everything they are like decimated and the francis left are sort of like the democrats now they're infighting right so as opposed to trying to get rid of england there decided to know we're just gonna shoot coupon shooting at each other until we're dead and letting lynn take over the place so it was like joan was a breath of fresh air for them i think they needed something you know they needed like something to fight for because they were demoralized and is one hundred year war it's the hundred years war and it's so they've been fighting fighting and yada yada yada so finally it is the english who capture joan of arc and put her on trial and the ask her all these questions and the clergyman are whatever it was i don't know what they're called is a clergyman claire we're like dumbfounded because she totally maneuvered in the correct way which is not easy this is like a this is like a person who can't read or write grew up at a farm totally innocent girl i just thought it was interesting anyway totally not where the world news but yeah anyway it is you know if we're going to talk about moon landings and jfk killings i'll take us fall joan of arc so by the way so i'd like to know more your joan of arc some you think she's cool because she's a little fighter and she's french i talked to many people who've been who've been pardoned.
"hundred years war" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Back another hundred years you have the major you have two hundred years war break out if you go back another hundred years you have scotland declare independence against britain if you go back another hundred years june 15th 12 15 you have the magna carta so you can keep going back cuts weird isn't it and here's the thing i correlated defects events going all the way back to august 24th 410 when the visit costs sacked rome and the western empire collapsed i i correlated all these events historically that happened in the second decade of the first new century and i notice planetary correlations this year into now it's very difficult it could happen 2018 2019 but we don't know exactly we know the timeframe we don't know exactly the event but some exsoviet we are overdue for some extra event that key game change everything and set the narrative in cost for the twentyfirst century and you believe it's going to be big it's going to be big and people a fencing at george they have for some time william you're absolutely right i've been talking on this program for the last two years of sensing something that is impending it is a very strange feeling not a comfortable feeling at all but a lot of people feel it and you can see that with the attitude of so many people as well people are acting strange there whacked out i think they're in a state of power uplift the shock on a collective scale and i think these type of things fencing is very much analogous to what we call in aqaba.
"hundred years war" Discussed on Omnibus
"Didn't fall on a donkey they were saved by angels goal while they didn't have a very believable while alternative store to me that the great rhetorical twists on it indict well you know why he he is a for them up yes saint uh saint augustine or whatever was down there like the patron saint of window ac of home accidents so they didn't die and that precipitated that act the second defenestration of prague was very similar to the assassination of archduke franz ferdinand which as we know precipitated the beginning of world war one as a hypothetical listeners man i know it wants to massive global war which millions lost their lives right because it was uh it was symbolic of like the overthrow at the time of again austrian hegemony in the balkans so we've got the simmering thing presence in catholics two guys got a window they don't even die right but but not starts a war it precipitates the thirty years war wall which was again a war between catholics and protestants that thirty the ultimate outcome of thirty years war was eight million europeans dead eight million eight million dead that's like that's a twentiethcentury number like that crazy yeah i think uh still the deadliest religious warren european history i guess that's the secret is to last thirty years i mean if you keep fight that's insane yeah well and what's crazy is it's a it's called the thirty years war and it all lasted twenty nine years and eleven months and like sixteen days i mean if they'd gone like another week it could have literally been thirty years i like that because he know the thing about one hundred years war tell me about one hundred years for what it's it's it's actually a hundred and sixteen years at the huge ally the hundred years war they rounded down they didn't have they didn't have smaller numbers them but the thirty years war they've got so close and i think probably there were still messengers riding around going it's over its over like on the day so that's probably her back then you can send out of.
"hundred years war" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History
"Welcome to five minutes and churches dri hosted by dr stephen nicholson where we take a little break from the present to go exploring the past travel back in time as we look the people of ants and even the places that have shaped the story of christianity this is our story our family history let's get started welcome back to another episode of five minutes in church history on this episode we'll be returning to our trending series we have looked at a few of these trending series in the past taking a look at what would be the big events of a century if there was a social media buzz in the fourteenth century what would the busby all about well we have three honorable mentions and three of the top three items that were trending in the fourteenth century first under an honorable mention and i have to say i'm just throwing this and 'cause i think it's fascinating but we have as an honorable mention in the fourteenth century vladislav the first is the roar in poland for thirteen years now it's fascinating about vladislav the first is what he was called more popularly and he was called the elbow high now i'm not sure what that's all about it might have to do with his shortness of stature but there you go second as an honorable mention is to mention the hundred years war now one hundred years war was actually not a hundred years long it was one hundred in sixteen years long went from thirteen thirty seven all the way into the fifteenth century to 1450 three it was between england and france and i guess if you can have a winner after a hundred sixteen years the winner was france one of the things that the hundred years war led to were more wars in england and so the outcome for england of the hundred years war was the war of the roses of this was the house of lancaster symbolized by the red rose and the house of york symbolized by the white rose so there you have it the 14th than fifteenthcentury where centuries of wars the third honorable mention goes to what is known as your seen at pestis bacterium we might just call it the black plague one third.