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"isabel peron" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"isabel peron" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Interstates and you're going to double your travel time. Yeah, At least we get off the Interstate four a lot. Just When you've got time to take the back roads in 1972, the U. S. Supreme Court ruled in the case of Furman versus Georgia that arbitrary in inconsistent imposition of the death penalty violated the eighth and 14th amendments and constitutes Cruel and unusual punishment. That has been overturned since then, 1974 Vice President Isabel Peron, assume powers and duties as acting president of Argentina. While her husband, President Juan Peron, was terminally ill. She became the first president. Female president in the world 1970 form Mikhail Baryshnikov defected from the Soviet Union to Canada while on tour with the Kirov Ballet. 1975 Steve Wozniak tested his first prototype of the Apple One computer was probably as big as that window right there. Oh, you know, it was huge. 1995 space shuttle program STS 71 Mission Atlantis docked with the Russian space station mirror for the first time. And finally, I can pretty Well. Remember this in 2000 and seven Apple incorporated, released its first mobile phone the iPhone. I mean, that that changed everything, but certainly did. I mean, think about it. We used to before smartphones. We didn't have anything to look up. You know, we have information now. Right away if we need it, Yeah, I was watching a documentary on the O. J. Chase yesterday and people were lining the freeway lining it up because they were anticipating the Bronco. You know, the infamous white Bronco coming down the interstate, the freeway and people were lining up. Why? Because they didn't have social media. They didn't have Smartphones, their iPhones that you just talked about Where now? We wouldn't do that. Nobody would line the freeway. They're just going to let me watch it live on my phone. I know and and joy When we travel now, you know, she puts Gets down exact route and how to get there and all that stuff. Won't you put the address in his GPS are incredible. And nobody needs a paper map and a pencil anymore. You don't need that kind of stuff. When we used to travel. We had to make sure we were going anywhere. You had your map. You had your pencil. You had your backup map, just in case you lost your initial, Matt. And even then you didn't know You couldn't put the address on there and find it. You had to go around town and look for the street and look for the number and all that stuff. We're spoiled. Now. No longer it's 7 50. Let us check in now, with John Thomas and traffic for.

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"isabel peron" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

07:44 min | 2 months ago

"isabel peron" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"He's running against the center right party and he needs to win by ten percent to avoid a runoff to win the presidency again. Outright and governments already announced that there's going to be. You know an informal tally on the day of the election and then the counting will stop and we'll come back the next day you know. That's yeah twenty four hours later. This is already been announced as the time line is the counting also happening. As a is the counting. Also a government. Function i mean. Is this a situation where he's calling the governor of of georgia the secretary acting. You find a few more votes the i. I can't find a lot of doubts about the integrity of the bolivian electoral system before the election. But what happens on election day is when the informal. Tally closes that day. Morale is up seven point nine points so not enough to avoid a runoff and then twenty four hours later when the polls come back. He's at ten point two. Oh and he wins by ten point five and that was just overnight. It wasn't it was like whoa. How did this how did where did these votes come from. Yeah it was. It was more more counting. It happened but suddenly his his margin has become suspiciously convenient. I and the organization of american states who has observers on the ground. Start saying yeah. This is rigged is the organization of american states a nsa funded proxy. I wouldn't go that far but yeah let's say there is one american state that has a lot of influence over the and that is the us So despite the fact that you know what's not questioned here is that he had a big lead in the election but within twenty four hours. This crazy thing happens where the says this election is not and the army is able the army you know traditionally not a super leftist institution and not a big fan of all of Morales reforms and certainly a little worried about his increasingly illegitimate grasp on power steps in and says we're going to shepherd the transition of power and suddenly morales in is on a flight to mexico and the army is in power and they've installed an interim president from the center right party and the army did that kind of Justifying its actions. Based on the organization of american states call outside observers have called the election into question. We agree and we need to safeguard the integrity of the brazil bolivia democracy. And here's what we're going to get. Get the president out of here. I always wonder in a situation like that. If you're going to pack the supreme court of your country while you wouldn't also have only loyalists officers in the army. I guess you have to go all the way down to like the the mid level officers. Because it's always some lieutenant colonel that stages the coup right. Yeah that's right you you the the top guys loyalty you right but unfortunately there was a guy who could call in tanks who maybe the problem is the ambitious people. Don't end up on the supreme court. The ambitious ball kernels. Right right right. Who are like you know what. I see an opening here So anyway all of a sudden so suddenly suddenly the morale is political opponents much more. Us friendly party interim president named janine on yeahs is in is the president of bolivia. And she's saying things like You know we need to keep moralas party. The his movement toward socialism. Party out we've got or otherwise it'll return the savages to power using the kind of language that you would think you wouldn't use against the popular indigenous party. Bolivia's is like at least half indigenous now. How many female heads of state have there been in south american history. That's a good point. Argentina's had a couple. Obviously we've said isabel peron and argentine. Let's argentina again and then there was argentina. Who am i missing. Oh chile right Michelle basch away bushell. Let am i making that up. There've been a few but the point is is not much of a president. She's just somebody. The army dropped in and she. She's kind of like she. Looks like the exact kinds of of white elites that that morillas movement replaced. She's kind of she. Looks like a blonde bank teller right or flight attendant and no offense to bank tellers flight attendant. No you look like the president of bolivia. You should be encouraged about this now. What comes out of much sooner than the. Nsa admitted to overthrowing about perron within a year the l. a. times for prince story saying that it was actually the us ambassador to the oas the push them to the trump administration's ambassador to the push him to make this finding to find morales's lead suspicious and the washington post did a you know or some researchers in the washington post academics analyzing electoral numbers found that. They can't say what happened at the at the ballot. Box at the polling places but just on the basis of these numbers alone mathematically. There was nothing wrong with the election. This is one of these cases where it looked worse than it was because returns. Don't kim in uniform. If you've watched cnn election night you know that somebody seems to have the lead in florida. But that's because most of the uncounted vote is in miami dade county or whatever you know somebody drives up and opens. mailbag bag. Pours it on the table and the and the election changes. And it's not always illegitimate you know. This is the kind of the big lie that gets push now. Is that while. I was in the lead until three a m. What how could it have happened. Well here's what happened like you had the lead in rural areas account faster. Somebody else had the lead in urban areas. That don't know not to argue in on behalf of the the side of this story that you're setting up to be the the meddling. Nsa where you're going to argue. In favor of the american pumping gherman the briefly ramble of you. I'm not going to. I'm not going to both sides of this question. But we started off by by laying out that evil morales had defied the actual constitution country. Would himself it back Back in contention so you could make an argument that the election was invalid at its source at the source of the water. Sure and. I'm and i'm sure that's the way has never said. Hey it's okay for us to install the army and power here because morale is never should have been running anyway read their own constitutes your from a public relations standpoint. This is probably why i didn't. I didn't read as many articles about this as i probably should have. Also because it's bolivia kind of the myopia of the northern hemisphere. Press right. oh it's you know it's just one of those small countries we can't keep tell apart anyway And so the tide of but the you know. The tide of the facts turned quite abruptly in the year following morales's abrupt exile where he went from beloved president to you know sitting in a house in argentina just pretty much overnight through some phone calls and then how long How long did the initial fake government of bolivia The the the june stay in elections push back in two thousand twenty a few times due to covid and when new elections were called within a year. This even the the installed interim president said. You know we'll we'll take care of this. You know covid was used.

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"isabel peron" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:24 min | 4 months ago

"isabel peron" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Gun sold in the united states. President biden's tap vice-president come a- harris to oversee an effort to slow the high number of migrants crossing the us mexico border there are now over fifteen thousand unaccompanied migrant children in. Us custody harris spoke at the white house wednesday while we are clear that people should not come to the border. Now we also understand that we will enforce the law and that we also because we can chew gum and walk at the same time must address. The root causes that That caused people to make the trek as the president has described to come here president. Biden's holding his first news conference since taking office. Today is expected to face questions about the border. On wednesday the pentagon approved a plan to temporarily house unaccompanied migrant children at to texas military bases. The environmental protection agency has faulted the private prison company. Geo group for using a pesticide. As a corona virus disinfectant up to fifty times a day at the detention center in california immigrant. Prisoners reported nose bleeds fainting headaches and stomach pain after being exposed to the pesticide president. Biden's now deported. More haitians over the past two months and president trump did in the previous year. Even though the biden administration admits haitians quote may face harm after being deported. Haiti is in the midst of a political and economic crisis at least thirteen hundred haitians including hundreds of children and infants have been deported since february. First the most recent deportation flight took place wednesday. The covid nineteen death toll in brazil has topped three hundred thousand. The second highest in the world after the united states more than five thousand brazilians have died over the past. two days. brazil's hospital system is on the brink of collapse with widespread oxygen shortages. Here in the united states. The total number of cases has topped thirty million with the death toll. Now over five hundred forty six thousand. Meanwhile israel's become the first country to fully vaccinate more than half of its adult population but few palestinians living in the occupied territories have been vaccinated on wednesday doctorswithoutborders urged israel to immediately help. Slow the spread of covid in the occupied territories where cases are spiking. The senate has held its first hearing on the four. The people act the most sweeping voting rights spill in decades legislation has already been approved by the house. Senate democrats say it's needed to counter efforts at the state level by republicans to restrict the right to vote since the twenty twenty election republican state lawmakers have introduced over two hundred fifty bills in forty three states to limit voter access. This is senate majority leader. Chuck schumer instead of doing what you should be doing when you lose an election in a democracy attempting to win over those voters in the next election. Republicans instead are trying to disenfranchise those voters. Shame on them. Senate minority leader mitch. Mcconnell called the effort to protect voting rights a quote power grab. This is clearly an effort by one party to rewrite the rules of our political system and they're voting news lawmakers in washington state of passed a bill to automatically restore voting rights for people who are on parole and probation the united states and european countries have announced new plans to work together to counter china on wednesday secretary of state anti lincoln spoke at nato headquarters claimed china was a threat to other nato nations. There's no question that beijing's course behavior threatens our collective security and prosperity and that it is actively working to undercut the rules of the international system and the values we share earlier this week. United states the european union britain and canada imposed new sanctions on chinese officials over the mistreatment of muslim leaguers in xinjiang province china then accused western nations of having hypocritical stance on human rights citing. Us wars in the middle east systematic racism in the united states. The french slaughter of algerians during colonial rule and the holocaust. meanwhile facebook has removed group of suspected. China-based hackers accused of using the platform to help spy on wieger exiled as well as journalists and activists. Virginia has become the first state in the south to outlaw capital punishment democratic governor ralph northam sign legislation wednesday abolishing the death penalty. I can say that the death penalty is fundamentally flow. Most importantly we know that the system doesn't always get it right since one thousand nine hundred seventy six when the supreme court reinstated the death penalty. Virginia's carried out one hundred thirteen executions more than any state besides texas in argentina. Thousands marched wayside s wednesday to mark the forty fifth anniversary of the one thousand nine hundred seventy six coup. That ushered in a bloody us-backed dictatorship. Under which as many as thirty thousand people were killed and disappeared later by tanno is the president of families of disappeared and detained for political reasons. Kim though what i'm feeling is that i never felt my children's so close like this year. My children are part of the thirty thousand disappeared. They are part of the group that are never named or that are barely named the more than ten thousand political prisoners. The thousands killed by the genocidal dictatorship. Meanwhile the national security archive has revealed new details about how the us government was in direct contact with the coup plotters argentina. Prior to the overthrow of isabel peron's government march twenty fourth nineteen seventy-six declassified documents show then cia director. George h w bush briefed president gerald ford on a possible. Cool almost two weeks before it happened the. Us government also told the argentine military in advance. It would recognize the new regime at the time. The state department was privately. Acknowledging a coup would lead to quote military rule for an extended duration an unprecedented severity the us-backed dictatorship in argentina. We continue until nineteen eighty-three. Kim janey has been sworn in as mayor of boston making her the first woman and first person of color to hold the office. She replaces marty walsh the. Us labor secretary janey vowed to fight boston's wealth gap today in the city of boston. We have an enormous wealth gap. The median net worth for. Black families is just eight dollars. Eight dollars is not an accident. It is the product of discriminatory policies that we have all inherited. We need to call it out. And we need to implement new policies to address it while the median net worth of black families in boston is just eight dollars. The median net worth of white families in boston is nearly two hundred fifty thousand dollars nearly thirty one thousand times as much. A new report revealed the world's sixty largest banks lent more than three point. Eight billion dollars for fossil fuel projects since two thousand sixteen following the signing of the paris climate agreement top lenders included j. p. morgan chase wells fargo bank of america citibank and the bank of china. Nbc new york's reveal the new york. Police department's issued over two hundred seventeen thousand secret subpoenas to force internet providers and other companies to hand over personal information for tens of thousands of people for so called internal investigations targets of the subpoenas include journalists and officers. Who criticize the nypd. One target was philip and sardi who retired from the department in nineteen ninety three. He was alerted by microsoft after the nypd demanded access to all of his email setting a provision under the patriot. Act was created to go after retired. Cop who goes tuna-fishing puts not the patriot act absolutely shocking that they will abusing our abusing the.

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"isabel peron" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:43 min | 6 months ago

"isabel peron" Discussed on KCRW

"Grandparent's nearly all stuck with the series. You know, it's like a sort of great Victorian novel. The union people move half an inch a year, and you know it's the heroism of ordinary life. Apted was promoting 56 up in 2013 when he was interviewed on W. N. Y. C's on the media along with Tony. First. Well, kid who wanted to be a jockey host Brooke Gladstone asked How long acted expected The Syrians to go well, I know what I hope. I hope to do 84 out when I'll be 99. Yeah, And then we'll call it quits both kinds into the post office. Mike will join our pension books together, then I'm already doing Thea up Serious, has drawn criticism over its gender representation and the very class issues that intended to expose Adapted and upper middle class kid himself listened. He included his subjects criticism in the story they ultimately shared. Acted, has said, producer clear, Luis. Maybe his error. If 70 up comes out in 2026, it will be the project of a lifetime that honors its creator through living. Catahoula be NPR NEWS As Danielle Louisville rights there has been a cycle in Argentina of democracy. Dictatorship, protests democracy dictatorship protests And so by the time Hunter overthrew President Isabel Peron in 1976, those military officers resolved not to fall to protest and ushered in a dark and bloody period in Argentine history. That's where then your lawyer will set his new novel called Haiti's Argentina and he joins us now to talk about it. Thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you so much for having me. So dark and bloody barely begins to describe the lengths the hunter went to in order not to follow. I mean, they disappeared. Dissidents there was torture, the kidnapping of Children. It lasted nearly seven years. What about life in Argentina during that period made you want to set the novel there and then? In some ways, it wasn't really a choice at all in the sense that my half sister named Isabel was disappeared by this home to 1978 and she was engaged in fighting the dictatorship. On And wanting to understand her life as well as her death. The more I came to learn about this moment in time, the more I saw how complicated it Woz and how Easily. It was for very ordinary people, especially young people to get involved in this huge ethical morass. Why did you decide then to put it in a novel form because your main character Thomas is, you know it's it's a It's a different vehicle right for something like this. Yes, Definitely. Partly. That was because I never knew my sister. So in a way I was imagining her from even when I was a kid. I was creating her as much as I was being told what she was like. She was always sort of a fictionalization in some ways in my head. And I wanted to tell a story not only about what it was like to battle this dictatorship, but what it was like to survive it and To live with the very complicated Emotions that are born out by simply surviving and witnessing such horrible trauma, and Tomas was sort of my way into this experience. So he's just a student. He ends up working at a detention center called Autumn a Taurus. He tries to stay out of the politics of that era. What happens that autumn? A Taurus? So Thomas Falls in love with this woman named Isabel, who is in the resistance on DSI asked him to go undercover at this torture center. And more so really out of love for Isabel in the desire to get close to her than necessarily for his own. Feelings about the political cause he agrees to do so. On Be complicity in the torture itself, and he begins to lose his sense of self tol lose his understanding of which side Of good and evil. He is on. I want you to read a passage here. You give a remarkable passage to a priest in your book Baron with all his young women after Evita, died all those internal squabbles among the armed forces. Everything seemed so petty. But then he continued shifting tone with the practice Cadence oven or ITER with Castro and Cuba and agenda in Chile and the Communist, defeating the Americans in Vietnam and all these terrorists attacking offices. Suddenly, the fight felt so much larger to me. Argentina was threatened democracy was threatened Western values Christianity since the second World War. It's been in retreat. And well, here we are, he breathed deeply taking in the torture room with pride. It's important to keep the bigger picture in mind, my son, you're giving voice to Essentially the people who ended up killing your sister. What did you want to say with that? Yeah, I felt it was really important in telling this story to understand that While there are evil people in this world, the vast majority of evil in my opinion. Is done by people who really think themselves to be acting. In the service of some greater good We see that every day today in America, I would argue. I was about to ask how what happened in Argentina might hold lessons to what is happening here in the United States? Yeah. So for so long, even until I'd say very recently. People sort of have felt that things like political oppression. People in cages. Whatever belonged to the third world, but I have always felt I think because of being half Argentine having this family history doing this research for this book. That the appetite to seize power is not something behind just to the third world, just a Latin America, But two people everywhere and In Argentina. There were many cycles of attempted coups protests civil strife before the dictatorship really became its worst incarnation in the seventies. It was basically a You could argue a 30 or 50 year process. And in watching the way the last few years have unfolded. You know, I see the door opening a little bit here, and it's very scary on a political basis, but also on a personal basis for that reason. That's Danielle Louisville. His novel is Haiti's Argentina. Thank you very much. Thank you so much, Lou. The music of Aaron Fraser feels a bit like stepping into a time machine. It's.

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"isabel peron" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:10 min | 6 months ago

"isabel peron" Discussed on KCRW

"Project 1963 filmmaker Michael Apted. Started working on a black and white British documentary about a group of seven year old school kids seven up was inspired by an old Jesuit saying. Give me a child until he is seven. And I will give you the man more than 50. Years later, Michael Apted was still following. These will no longer Children in an epic longitudinal project known as the Up series every seven years, his team has made a new documentary following this group. Michael Apted died Thursday in Los Angeles. At the age of 79. NPR's NEDA Willoughby has our remembrance. Michael Apted's expensive vision range from seven up to double 07, Jake. He made a James Bond movie. The world is not enough and dramas like Gorky Park Gorillas in the Mist and Coal Miner's Daughter. They're earned a best actress Oscar for Starr says he space sick. The Apted's favorite child was Thea Up Serious, which found a massive international following. What can I say? I mean, it's the favorite thing I'd ever done. The thing I'm most proud off, acted on wh y Y is fresh air and 2013. Syria's was supposed to explore British classic equality through Children from Polish too poor to working class kids like seven year old Tony, Look, you wanna go? I wanna be a joke. It would blow up, but the up serious became something more. Only nine installments. The kids grew up married, Experienced homelessness became lawyers, teachers. Grandparent's nearly all stuck with the series. You know, it's like a sort of great Victorian novel that you need. People move half an inch a year, and you know it's the heroism of ordinary life. Apted was promoting 56 up in 2013 when he was interviewed on W. N. Y. C's on the media along with Tony. First. Well, kid who wanted to be a jockey host Brooke Gladstone asked how long Apted expected the Syrians to go. Well, I know what I hope. I hope to do 84 out when I'll be 99. Then we'll call it quits both kinds into the post office. Michael join our pension books together, then I'm already doing Thea up Serious, has drawn criticism over its gender representation and the very class issues that intended to expose Adapted in upper middle class Kid himself listened. He included his subjects criticism in the story they ultimately shared. Acted has, said producer Claire Lewis. Maybe his error. If 70 up comes out in 2026, it will be the project of a lifetime that honors its creator through living. NEDA you. Libby. NPR news As Danielle Louisville rights there has been a cycle in Argentina of democracy, dictatorship, protests, democracy dictatorship protests, and so by the time Mahanta overthrew President Isabel Peron in 1976, those military officers resolved not to fall to protest. And ushered in a dark and bloody period in Argentine history. That's where than your lawyer will sets his new novel called Haiti's Argentina, and he joins us now to talk about it. Thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you so much for having me. So dark and bloody barely begins to describe the lengths the hunter went to in order not to follow. I mean, they disappeared. Dissidents there was torture, the kidnapping of Children. It lasted nearly seven years. What about life in Argentina during that period made you want to set the novel there and then? In some ways, it wasn't really a choice at all in the sense that my half sister named Isabel was disappeared by this home to 1978 and she was engaged in fighting the dictatorship. On And wanting to understand her life as well as her death. The more I came to learn about this moment in time, the more I saw how complicated it Woz and how Easily. It was for very ordinary people, especially young people to get involved in this huge ethical morass. Why did you decide then to put it in a novel form because your main character Hamas is, you know, it's it's a It's a different vehicle right for something like this. Yes, Definitely. Partly. That was because I never knew my sister. So in a way I was imagining her from even when I was a kid. I was creating her as much as I was being told what she was like. She was always sort of a fictionalization in some ways in my head, and I wanted to tell a story not only about what it was like to battle this dictatorship, but what it was like to survive it and To live with the very complicated Emotions that are born out by simply surviving and witnessing such horrible trauma, and Tomas was sort of my way into this experience. So he's just a student. He ends up working at a detention center called Autumn a Taurus. He tries to stay out of the politics of that era. What happens that autumn? A Taurus? So Thomas Falls in love with this woman named Isabel, who is in the resistance on DSI asked him to go undercover at this torture center. And more so really out of love for Isabel in the desire to get close to her than necessarily for his own. Feelings about the political cause he agrees to do so. On Be complicity in the torture itself, and he begins to lose his sense of self tol lose his understanding of which side Of good and evil. He is on. I want you to read a passage here. You give a remarkable passage to a priest in your book their own with all his young women after Evita died all those internal squabbles among the armed forces. Everything seemed so petty. But then he continued shifting tone with the practice Cadence oven or ITER with Castro and Cuba and agenda in Chile and the Communist, defeating the Americans in Vietnam and all these terrorists attacking officers. Suddenly, the fight felt so much larger to me. Argentina was threatened democracy was threatened Western values Christianity since the second World War. It's been in retreat and well, here we are. He breathes deeply taking in the torture room with pride. It's important to keep the bigger picture in mind, my son. You're giving voice to Essentially the people who ended up killing your sister. What do you want to say with that? Yeah, I felt it was really important in telling this story to understand that While there are evil people in this world, the vast majority of evil in my opinion. Is done by people who really think themselves to be acting. In the service of some greater good We see that every day today in America, I would argue. I was about to ask how what happened in Argentina might hold lessons to what is happening here in the United States? Yeah. So for so long, even until I'd say very recently. People sort of have felt that things like political oppression. People in cages. Whatever belonged to the third world, but I have always felt I think because of being half Argentine having this family history doing this research for this book. That the appetite to seize power is not something behind just to the third world, just a Latin America, But two people everywhere and In Argentina. There were many cycles of attempted coups protests civil strife before the dictatorship really became its worst incarnation in the seventies. It was basically a You could argue a 30 or 50 year process. And in watching the way the last few years have unfolded. You know, I see the door opening a little bit here, and it's very scary on a political basis, but also on a personal basis for that reason. That's Danielle Louisville. His novel is Haiti's Argentina. Thank you very much. Thank you so much, Lou. The music of Aaron Fraser feels a bit like stepping into a time machine. It's.

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"isabel peron" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"isabel peron" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

"Opportunity to call a half inning of the SIRIUSXM, all star futures game live on, Sirius Xm. MOBILE RADIO GO TO SIRIUS XM DOT COM slash mobile fan call for a full set of contest rules, pricing details and more get in there people. There's an awesome contest. All Right let's start the countdown. Hey. Everybody I'm Brian Clark vp of content and gays for work in sports, DOT COM, and this is the work in sports podcast. Boyne Azeris the Paris of the south. For its architecture cuisine shopping history entertainment beaches. It is one of the top travel destinations in the world. But in the nineteen seventies when I was in the of the dirty war period when Argentina's military dictatorship turned against its own people. Quick, trip down history lane it was one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six when the Argentine military overthrew the government of Isabel. Peron the widow of populist president. Juan. Peron. It was a political coup called Operation Condor and it was sponsored and supported by the United States. The military took power by force and turned against Argentina's citizens taking away political dissidents and people suspected of being aligned with leftist socialist or social justice causes and incarcerating. Torturing and disappearing an estimated thirty thousand people. Still to this day every Thursday the mothers and grandmothers of the thirty thousand unaccounted for victims of the dirty war gather in one of Argentina's most famous public squares, the Plaza de Mayo wearing white scarves and holding signs covered with their names. Why am I bringing all this up why the trip down Argentinian history Today's guest is one of the most famous sports broadcasters in the world..

"isabel peron" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"isabel peron" Discussed on Dictators

"In nineteen, fifty-five Perron was deposed and sent into exile in Spain, but he continued to meddle in Argentina's politics in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, two, he orchestrated the election of puppet president, a military coup quickly intervened and band Peron's candidates from running for election, but that policy caused its own conflicts, and another who occurred in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six, then in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three perran returned to Argentina with the help of a new puppet administration, and after secretly the support of both far right and far left insurgents. He regained the presidency. Back in power he undertook a brutal regime that encouraged violence from his supporters on both the right and the left. This led to a confusing and violent period in Argentina. Bombings and assassinations were regularly carried out by While death was literally everywhere. Only one truly rocked the country, and it didn't come from an assassin's bullet. On July first nineteen, seventy-four, four, her own died suddenly of a heart attack. This left the presidency to his third wife e Savell, a former burlesque dancer, who served as both first lady and Vice President, President, Isabel Peron inherited the disarray of her husband's regime and she only succeeded in bringing it closer to civil war. Considered by many to be an unfit leader. She seemed to care more about fashion and Tarot cards than the welfare of Argentines. One of her main advisers named Jose. Lopez Rageh was obsessed with the occult and also. Controlled an anti-communist death squad called the triple A.. On Reagan's advice, Perrone ordered the military to be purged of any anti peronists throughout his career, Videla had remain politically neutral including during one Peron's power-grabs, so he assumed he was safe. He knew it was unwise to choose sides. As soon as the other side came to power, which seemed historically inevitable, the other party was pushed out or killed, but on July. Sixteenth, Nineteen seventy-five Videla arrived at the military academy and learned the shocking news. Isabelle Perrin was casting him out of the army. The daily learned from his colleagues that it was retaliation for an investigation. VIDELA had been assigned years before. As part of an army tribunal he investigated rigors triple, eight death-squad, one of the few seemingly partisan actions Videla, who was normally an tempered man exploded. The army was his home. He dedicated his life to it. And now he was being unceremoniously cut loose after thirty years of service, but he tried to look on the bright side. At least he wasn't killed like many people he knew. He would move his wife and seven children back to his home province of San Luis maybe he would run for local politics like.

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"isabel peron" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"isabel peron" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In March nineteen seventy six Isabel Peron was deposed in a coup as Argentina's sunk into a mire of bloody violence, the military moved either Peron's body to her family's mausoleum in Recoleta symmetry. She was buried five meters underground in a crypt reinforced with iron. No one would ever steal hurricane. Linda Presley with the story of Eva Peron, I'm Rebecca Kebbi with this BBC special on women in history, and we'll have more I witness accounts from the past after this short break. Welcome back to part two of this special edition of witness from the BBC World Service with me, Rebecca Kebbi where revisiting some important moments in history as told by the women who were there. Let's head now to the United States and the woman who came to prominence initially through her husband, but he went on to have a profound impact on American politics dubbed by president Harry Truman as the first lady of the world. Eleanor Roosevelt was the longest serving first lady in history, widely admired across the political divide in her later years. She did break the mold for what was expected of a first lady with some controversy at times Luisa Delgado has been speaking to her granddaughter. Am namesake Eleanor Roosevelt Seagraves who with a young brother lived for awhile with her grandparents in the White House. Franklin.

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"isabel peron" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"isabel peron" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In nineteen Seventy-three perran returned to Argentina was reelected. When he died suddenly Isabel became president but Evita remained in Madrid. The Montoneros guerilla had murdered general Adam Budo in nineteen seventy now they kidnapped the general's body from the mausoleum where it lay and demanded the repatriation of Evita this grisly stunt worked, and when his ideas art restorer Domingo, tell a chair found himself tasked with restoring the remains they needed a lot of work. We met this up. I it prostheses for her nose. Could feel. Undefeated worrying a very bad way. Because the corpse was hidden in a stunning position. She had one part where I couldn't say if it was made by your weapon, but he was caused by something with the restoration work complete. If vita was put on display and the parent is faithful cute to see their heroin photos show her resting peacefully, a rosary clasped loosely in her hands. In March nineteen Seventy-six Isabel Peron was deposed in a coup as Argentina's sunk into a mire of bloody violence, the military moved over Peron's body to her family's mausoleum in Recoleta cemetry. She was buried five meters underground in a crypt reinforced with iron. No one.

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"isabel peron" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"isabel peron" Discussed on WTMA

"One was the aarp which was a more of a cuba lay link rebel group and the other was called the month and arrows which were more of a home grown group they were both very left wing wanted to sort of turn argentina into another cuba and they used by one and there are more than equally more than a thousand probably well over a thousand people who were killed by the rebel group but they were also kidnapping they were robbing they were destroying property they were planting bombs and they were terrorizing the country and if you really look at the truth of ardent history that terror that went from the beginning of the seventies until nineteen seventy six was what provoked the military takeover of the civilian government the document thir there you can read about their debates in congress about they don't know what to do about this terrorism and of course one prone had died isabel peron was the president and she was incapable of governing well so they were really at their wit's end at a nineteen seventy six the military took over it now initially you can read this in argentine press many of the people in argentina where we leave the military took over because the chaos and the terrorism was so out of control but of course as we know the military abuse that power they disappeared people without due process and that's something that you know people who want the truth in argentina still wanna know who those people were okay so dashboard to when he came to power in two thousand and pay they were a couple dinky little province in the very south of the country and he only had about twenty two.

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