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Fresh update on "italy" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:07 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "italy" discussed on ESPN FC

"Am I going to feel sorry if Germany had knocked out? Are you getting that shark gap Italian German shirt that we're getting human made? No. No, but you know the reality is if Japan Costa Rica earlier in the day. Which will happen. Which is entirely entirely feasible. If fella means right, if Germany lose to Spain, they're out of the World Cup. After two games. Now, I don't believe that can happen. It doesn't happen in my universe, the one composed of three dimensions. I can't think and I can't conceive of something like that. Germany out of the World Cup after a 180 minutes. So I think they just don't beat them right. If Japan win, then Germany would be if they don't beat Spain in the last game. So it would have to be. Even if it's a draw, right? Yeah? Yeah, no, they have to win. Yeah. So I can conceive that. You think that Germany is winning this game? I've got to tell you another reason why. And look, I'll tell you for a while. I'm a huge fan of Luis Enrique. One of the people I admire emotion football Franco baldini said, Luis Enrique is the man that every everybody would want to be if they were a man. But don't have the courage to say that they want to be the exhibit. I mean, the man is a genius. It's so cool. I want to be. However. But go ahead. No, we didn't have for the calling for it. Anyway, I agree with your point. It's fantastic. Go ahead. That said, and we love how speed play and free flowing and whatever and Gabby's a genius. But man, think back to the Euros, how many of those games in the Euros did they actually stuff the opposition? I would say the Italy game, no doubt, and they probably deserve to be Italy, although we know how that one turned out. But so many of these other games. And I think I don't know if he's trying to be too clever or whatever. I go back to the lineup that he puts out. Like, you don't have to play old busquets in midfield. You don't have to play. I mean, it's possible that you see something that nobody else does. And that's fine. But, you know, you have all this really quick, though, can't get a game for Chelsea. You know, you have, you have Jordi Alba, and his way out a Barcelona is this. He doesn't care guy. He doesn't care what any player any special guy does for their club. Until Bush kids can even walk my Friends. It's going to happen. I love it when you do stuff that's counterintuitive. And so on. And you're a genius, as long as you get it right. And my only thing is with him and we saw this at the Euros as well, there were so many games and look, it looks so clever and whatever, and then this one can't finish, and that one falls over. And then it comes down to when you need penalty kicks against Switzerland or even in the group stage when they kept dropping points. Now, Germany can punish that. They just need to pretend they're buying in their heads and that it's Barcelona that they're playing in their heads and things might be okay. Yeah, and then maybe they go and win 8 two or whatever the scoreline was. You know, like Germany are not I'm just thinking of the physical mismatches, right? Because he's like, oh look, I'm clever. Yeah, fine. And then, you know, what if he does something crazy like start Eric Garcia and then sue the columns in time. There's so many things that can go wrong for Spain. And the only thing that I'll just echo gap here K is a support gaps argument is that that Costa Rica game was very deceiving. We pretty much learned of nothing aside from the fact that Spain obviously loves to keep people. But also to say, though, Gabe, you're saying how many teams did they ever blow out against in the Euros? But what did they still manage to do? That's the other way of looking at it as well. They still managed to get to where they did. When nobody expected them to, they just seem to have so what do you have K in this game? I don't know. You're going to get so God thinks it's a Germany win. Yes? Well, it well. It has to be, right? I don't know. I know. I know it has to be, but is that what you predict? A Germany win. Silence. Now what do you have to draw? I've got Spain and Germany going through. I think Spain are going to win this game. Yeah, I think so too. Well, then Germany aren't going through. They didn't expect it to go this way in the opening. Yeah, which, again, well, it's going to be interesting. That's for sure. We'll see who's right, because we definitely weren't right with our predictions on this Argentina Mexico game. Were we? Canada are in action again. They might be the darling so far of the group stages it has to be said, but we'll be back tomorrow after the Belgian Morocco game and then after the big one, Spain against Germany. So thanks so much for being with us on ESPN FC daily. We'll see you again tomorrow. We'll find out who's right as well. Spain, Germany.

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Landslide leaves up to a dozen missing on Italian island

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 18 hrs ago

Landslide leaves up to a dozen missing on Italian island

"Heavy rainfall has triggered landslides on the southern Italian island of ischia, the powerful landslides collapsed buildings and left many people missing. Videos showed red cars wedged in mud as heavy rain poured down. The coast guard posted a video of buses and other debris floating in the sea on land, rescue workers trudged through the thick mud as Italy's interior minister insisted no deaths had been confirmed, despite earlier conflicting reports, the cleanup continued as residents shoveled away mud from their doorsteps, the news agency and Sara reported that at least ten buildings had collapsed, reinforcements were being sent from nearby Naples, but were encountering difficulties in reaching the island, either by motorboat or helicopter due to the weather. I'm Karen Chammas.

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Paul Kengor on Bella Dodd's Struggle Against Communism

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:49 min | 4 d ago

Paul Kengor on Bella Dodd's Struggle Against Communism

"In the 1930s, many, many people thought communism was the wave of the future. It was a good thing. It made tremendous inroads. People were we have apologists for Stalin, you know, getting Pulitzer prizes in The New York Times. It was a time before much of the world knew the satanic evil of the Soviet Union. And so you had a lot of these folks that were, they really believed somehow that communism was a good thing. Obviously, bellad was one. So what was it that they saw or that they believed communism could bring about? And when did they, when did she begin to see that this wasn't the case that this crusade that she was on had not been a good thing? Well, kind of the final thing, I'll hit that first that pulled her in was fascism. And there's a quote from her in the book. She said, I joined the devil himself, but that's what it took to fight fascism. Now, of course, you don't have to be a communist to fight to fight fascism, right? But the party was really good at creating groups with front groups with names like the American League against Warren fascism. But in her case, she came to America, she was born in Italy in 1904. So Eric she had this beautiful Italian Catholic name, right? Mary asante Isabella of the stono, which means like the assumption of the blessed mother, right? And she comes to America and she came to New York, her family brought her here for a better life. And she immediately fell in with radical elements in her grade school in her high school at hunter college in New York. College was a hotbed of the dish. That's a fact.

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The Total Incompetence of President Joe Biden

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:02 min | Last week

The Total Incompetence of President Joe Biden

"I want to talk about the mental incompetence, well, there's also physical and competence. The overall incompetence of our dear leader, Joe Biden. Now, interestingly, when Trump was president, they were all over him for the slightest misstep, or the slightest mispronunciation. You remember the big controversy over Trump using the pronunciation thigh land, not instead of Thailand. Thailand. People would, this was outrageous. He doesn't even know how to say Thailand. And now this is a complex matter and I kind of got involved in that contour. I pointed out, first of all, that virtually everybody on the entire continent of South Asia pronounces it by land. They pronounce it the way it's spelled. They pronounce the H now, interestingly, in the Thai language, there is no real H and so they say Thailand. But that is simply an anomaly of the Thai language. Let's remember that the names of different places are pronounced differently around the world. The French say Paris, we say Paris. And so it goes same with Italy venezia and we say Venice. And so you would think that all of this is like a triviality. Why are you getting on Trump? But this just shows you how they were like, let's get them on that. Now with Biden, what's increasingly obvious is that this guy is a mental infant. Or at least he has to be treated like a mental infant. You might remember some months ago, a notecard surface. Biden sort of clumsily held it where you could see it. And it was reproduced on social media and on TV and I did a segment on it and it said things like take your seat. As opposed to going and sitting in someone else's seat and the kind of instructions you'd give to Debbie Todd elementary school to kind of the kind of instructions you would give to like a 5 year old. Listen, take your seat. Don't speak unless spoken to. Things like this. And Benny Johnson on social media had something yesterday where the same thing happened to second time. Biden had a notecard. Apparently turned in a certain way so you can actually read the note card and the note card has it's like an all caps. Again, it has that notion that we're talking to somebody who's really not all there. We have to treat this person. So here are a few of the instructions, one, you will take a photo. And the U is all caps, as if to say Biden might be confused about who's you will take a photo. You will sit. You is all caps. Again, you will deliver opening remarks. So this is a, this is an embarrassment.

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Joe Madison Highlights the Parallels Between Trump and Hitler

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Joe Madison Highlights the Parallels Between Trump and Hitler

"The way you speak about certain issues, I just, you know, you're so one of a kind. You tweeted black men don't let the media or anyone else use you as a scapegoat vote. You just said get souls to the polls and mobilize because our democracy is on the ballot. I feel like that's been said so much. The people don't understand. It is literally the truth that our democracy is on the ballot, period. That's what this election is about. And who was that Clyburn? We played a clip today. Clyburn, who was a history teacher who was a historian. He said, look, I know that there is a comparison between what Hitler and the Nazis did in the 30s in Germany. There is there are parallels to this history, and he is absolutely 100% correct. Today's brown shirts are the oath keepers. The Proud Boys. And there is no question about it. Because the Brown church did what the black shirts did in Italy. Hitler admired Mussolini and the black shirts. He was a big fan. And then along comes the brown shirts. And what did they do? They beat up people. They went after Jewish people. They went after anybody who wasn't a potential or a Nazi. Yeah. And the set and the sad thing is, and one third, he got elected by just one third because most people didn't take Adolf Hitler and the Nazis seriously. And also, go ahead. Yeah, I'm sorry, Joel. Also, he got away with the coup. And this is what it is so critical that Donald Trump be prosecuted. I mean, people like if you read a history book, Hitler came back. I mean, and do we hear we hear November 14th? Trump's going to declare. To try to presumably stay out of prison. I mean, that's right. And by the way, you know, and I learned this from, again, from your group. I mean, you get some really good lawyers on and I learn and listen. So he can also use that campaign money. He is in that campaign money. Check with an attorney, but I think he's using that campaign. Money to defend himself.

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Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni sworn in as Italian premier

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni sworn in as Italian premier

"Ministers in Italy's new cabinet have reacted to the job at hand after being sworn in to form the country's new government Who swollen at the kiwi now palace as the nation's first far right premiere since the end of World War II and the first woman to lead the government Guido prosto Italy's defense minister says he feels a sense of responsibility a sense of the moment and the awareness of the difficulty that awaits those who represent the country Milone's brothers of Italy party was the top vote getter in last month's national election Hope coalition allies include the far right league of Matteo salvini and the conservative Forza Italy party headed by former premier Silvio Berlusconi I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Italian Americans celebrate Columbus Day at the annual parade through New York

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Italian Americans celebrate Columbus Day at the annual parade through New York

"Italian Americans celebrate Columbus day at the annual parade in New York City The sites and sounds of Italy on display along Fifth Avenue green white and red flag spline People cheering bands playing endowed those zupic pacini marching Tremendous mojo on a beautiful sunny day New York or Christina T says it's her first time attending the parade But people are really friendly Meanwhile elsewhere like at Columbia University indigenous peoples day was celebrated honoring the past present and future of native peoples throughout the U.S. Julie Walker New York

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Zupic Pacini, Christina T And Columbus discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Zupic Pacini, Christina T And Columbus discussed on AP News Radio

"Italian Americans celebrate Columbus day at the annual parade in New York City The sites and sounds of Italy on display along Fifth Avenue green white and red flag spline People cheering bands playing endowed those zupic pacini marching Tremendous mojo on a beautiful sunny day New York or Christina T says it's her first time attending the parade But people are really friendly Meanwhile elsewhere like at Columbia University indigenous peoples day was celebrated honoring the past present and future of native peoples throughout the U.S. Julie Walker New York

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"italy" Discussed on What's the 311

What's the 311

07:49 min | Last month

"italy" Discussed on What's the 311

"To Italy child Italy can mean hello and goodbye. So we're going around Italy because Italy is a huge place. So where is this going to take a tour around Italy period? We're going to go to Rome. Italy, we're going to go to far and we're going to go to the sea. Let me think of some other parts of Italy. Because there are so many places in Italy itself as so gorgeous. Like, there are it's just like really, really gorgeous. You have to just take a whole a whole, just go all around Italy. That's how gorgeous Italy is. So Milan. Where else where else? Bologna. Venice. Where else so can you go? I say just if you can just go all over it. 'cause like I said, Italy como. San Giovanni. Like, there are so many places to go in Italy. I love Italy like I have never been, but I want to go. And from what I see, and from people I know that are from Italy and clueless some of my family members. Have Italian in them. They're cold one. So yeah, yeah. So you will go to the coliseum and Italy, you will go to the khadija Santa Maria, you will go to the leaning tower of Pisa. Go to the Spanish steps. Y'all know I always post, but I'm gonna actually be posting like just different pictures of Italy. It's like the different places of Italy that I'm telling you about. I'm gonna show you different pictures of it. It's just really, really beautiful. I know a lot of people, they always did Grand Canyon. I mean, the grand cam, so I would a Grand Canal, excuse me. It's just like Italy is just beautiful. I'm sorry, is beautiful. The Tuscan hill town. It's just gorgeous. When you be seeing it, you just be like, oh, this is where I want to go. This is a place I do really want to go. I truly really want to go to this to Italy. I guess one of the places I really want to go. I love Italian food. So I just say eat all the time for unless you worried about your weight. If you worried about your weight, then I don't suggest that you eat. So much higher focusing on a lot of people get where all time will make you fat, but if it's on, if it's all thick. I feel it tastes really good. I feel like it tastes really, really good. Not if they add in stuff to it, that's not supposed to be added. Like, you know, some people when they be trying like Americans when they try to make a tie in food, they ask certain things that when you taste real Italian food, you be like, oh, this is just not it. This is just not it at all. But yeah, really high in food is oh my God. It tastes so so good. Real Italian food is really, really good. So yeah, I'll be posting everyone. I say gold, go, go, go. I know a lot of people, you know, a lot of you asked me, so these places you've just can everybody go. And I know what they mean by that. I want to say, this is just what I want to say. Is that when you travel anywhere, I don't care anywhere in the world, you just need to know where you're going. You need to know where to go and where not to go. You know, for me, most cities places I go, I'm okay. I have fun in like I said, some is good. Some places is good and some places is just who the people are, you know, like I said, I know for fact not to go in Atlantic City in nighttime I know that. I know for a fact not to be in Vegas too late gambling either. I know that. See, I know what to not to do. And that's what when you travel, you just had to know where you should go and where you should not be. That's anywhere in this world. Go, I said travel wherever you want to go, just know where you can go and where you can not go. And then have fun. Have fun. That's my whole thing in life is that life is short, very short. And we see people dying every day. Every day you turn on a new someone is dying. So I said just go have a ball if you can. Or, you know, just have a great time. And that's just how I feel. And I like to thank you for listening to my podcast. Please give it a 5 star review on speaker Spotify. I already will see you podcast. Please share football me out. I am 9 7 9 5 Instagram, so you send out the Facebook YouTube. You can leave a comment here at SV 7 6 6 7 5 two Gmail dot com. Please go listen to my son's album. He just made a new song is on Apple and Spotify. Follow him sounds on Instagram. The young lady TJ villain, please read her book orange and black girl in orange, follow her on Instagram. Follow me on Instagram too. She also have a podcast called affirmations. You can listen to it. Female reform, I'm trying to think, oh, yeah, follow them on Instagram. It feels like vintage clothes. They are always posting on Instagram. They actually have a story in New York. Cute little vintage boutique. Go to my website HTTP dot broadcast that WordPress dot com. Use promo code Sonya, WWE AVL use one WWE phone call Sonya. WWS to call my physics like to buy me a coffee, you can buy me a coffee thinking have a blessed night.

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Lord Conrad Black on the Media's Lambasting of Italy's Giorgia Meloni

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:28 min | 2 months ago

Lord Conrad Black on the Media's Lambasting of Italy's Giorgia Meloni

"Let's focus at the recent events in Europe. This was Giorgio maloney, the incoming prime minister speaking earlier this year, at cpac. And I think we've ascertained why it is they hate her so much. This is cut 12. The successful political candidate, the conservative, Georgia meloni. People understand that in this age, the only way of being rebels is to preserve what we are. The only way of being rebels is to be conservatives. Is the same all over the world. So called progressive. Use the power and the arrogance of their mainstream media to force their political opponents to change, to be allowed into their inner circles, except that once the right wing men and women are admitted into progressive inner circles, they will have changed so much that conservative people will no longer recognize them and will stop supporting them. And that's exactly what they want. A right wing on a leash. That's what they want a right wing on a leash. When you look at the censorship of the Hunter Biden story, the raid of Mar-a-Lago on and on et Al. Perhaps these are the reasons that she has been so lambasted by the left wing media because of statements like that one, lord black. Yeah, I think that is very likely right. And actually, I thought what she said was a skillful adapt analysis. And this attempt to describe her as fascist is just the reflex that we have in almost all of these countries. I mean, in fairness, the British and Canadians being relatively more moderate than vandy that we're in so much. But and you Americans are overachievers. But from fascist Nazi, which is, of course, even more odious as it connotes genocide. But this is the shorthand we're in. Anyone who is not supposedly progressive, although we now see from the floundering of the Biden administration that progressive policies lead to economic regression and procession. Anyone who is not on the progressive bandwagon, it won't do to call them a conservative. That's not defamatory enough. You have to call them the fascist.

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Are the Good Guys Winning Again? Lord Conrad Black Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Are the Good Guys Winning Again? Lord Conrad Black Explains

"As if we've had an intermezzo a little hiatus in conservative successes, especially with what happened in 2020 with the elections here in America. But it looks as if given Sweden given Italy that the good guys are winning again. Is it too early to say that? I don't think so. I don't think so. The 2020 election obviously is a special case. I mean, despite the frenzied and it must be said, somewhat successful efforts of a unanimous national political media to maintain the pretense. There's no possible question about that election. It is clear as we get close to the midterms that approximately half the people suspect that it was a cooked result. At least in part. And so we will never know. You can't change presidents now, but that was just a very unusual election in a pandemic with a lot of new and easily abused rules of voting and vote counting. So it doesn't really stand there as a turning point in ideological or policy terms. But the rest of the trend, I think, is fairly clear. You have a movement to the right within the Conservative Party of the United Kingdom. Gains for the right and the recent French elections and the incumbent reelected government of president Macron moving somewhat to the right within the spectrum to accommodate that. The election in Italy, the election of a distinctly more conservative leader of the opposition in Canada. And as far as we can tell, you don't want to be premature, but the polls on balance coming up to the midterms do show a trend somewhat towards the Republicans. So

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John Zmirak Shares His Thoughts on Italy's New Prime Minister

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:33 min | 2 months ago

John Zmirak Shares His Thoughts on Italy's New Prime Minister

"There's a new prime minister in Italy and she speaks clearly and firmly about the importance of borders of national sovereignty of answering to the will of the voters, not globalist elites. She is pro family, pro life as far as I think. I think she inherits a difficult situation, we should not get our hopes too high about what she'll be able to do in office because Italy like so many of the European countries is run from afar by the European Union. It pulls the strings controls the budget if Italy tries to rebel too much against the European Union's policy of managed decline and the gradual replacement of Europeans by immigrants mostly from the Muslim world. If she rebels against that policy too much, German bankers will pull strings and bankrupt Italy. Look what they did to Greece. You remember what the European you don't think there's something like a Brexit could happen? I don't know what they would call it. They would call it Feng wool or something. What would it be, what would you call it, but you don't think the Italians could conceivably. It would have to. They would have to pull out any country that wants to actually be sovereign. Has to get out of the suicide pact that is the European Union. And eventually get out of NATO, which is a nuclear suicide pact. Now,

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I Thought Fascists Hate Women...

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 2 months ago

I Thought Fascists Hate Women...

"Fascist hate women. I'm a little bit confused. They've elected a women, a woman premiere for Italy, from a party with fascist roots. Nobody better tell them what the roots of the Democrat party are. Let's talk about all that and much more. In fact, real fascism in America with somebody who is, well, he's a professional troublemaker and that's why we invite him to guest host here on America first. Uncle Jimbo Jim Hansen, welcome in studio one on one. I get to be with you, Seb. Did I hear you say that you're moving to Sweden next week? Not moving, but we'll move across the pond or visiting relatives. I have relatives in Sweden and barbarian. Are they fascist barbarian Vikings? Barbarian Vikings they carry axes and they put the banners up and everything. Yeah. I can't wait because Sweden, as he also said, we're all talking about Italy, but before that Sweden elected a very extreme right neo fascist party. Because they believe in God, it was other problems. I think there was pretty much they believed that crime and uncontrolled immigration and all of the woke politics that were destroying their country were probably a good thing to stop. Do they believe Sweden is good? Do they believe in the country? Is that the issue? Is that why they're fascist? Because they believe in Sweden? You know, this nationalist thing. I think is wonderful to watch because it's okay to love your country. It's okay to believe that your country has something special. We do, and we have good reason to Sweden, can again, and they want to. So does Italy. Good on them. So maybe they should have, let's do a bit of consulting for them. They could come up with some kind of political catch phrase like make sweet and great again. Something like that. I make Italy great again. That's catchy. I think it's going to work because they've already started. That's the good thing. The people saw that life under woke rule life under social Democrat or whatever you want to call their version of socialism was destroying their country. And they said, maybe we should stop. I mean,

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The Left Compares Giorgia Meloni to Benito Mussolini

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 2 months ago

The Left Compares Giorgia Meloni to Benito Mussolini

"Because that's not necessarily a popular thing with the democratic socialist crowd by the way a nonsensical term but that's for another day Over in Europe She won And the coalition of conservative parties won a majority which I believe about 44% of the vote Georgia maloney spoke proudly about God family and country ideas the left hates Antithetical to the less existence family Plus the family down the toilet bowl We don't care about the damn family The country country only matters if it benefits our power structure God They don't do God your God's the state shut your mouth So here's playbook this morning I want you to listen to the end of this They're talking about how maloney's campaign headquarters A bunch of shocked young activists embraced in disbelief of what they had accomplished in electing Italy's most right-wing government since Benito Mussolini Had tipped great Rush Limbaugh paper flip What You're telling me a woman right And momentous moment in Italian politics electing a woman as prime minister right Whose entire central guiding ideological bedrock she built her house on is God family country and distributed power network tax cuts giving citizens back more of their economic power and government less You're comparing her to Benito Mussolini lizza and Daniels at playbook Are you guys really this freaking stupid Or do you just take stupid pills on Tuesday morning

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Dinesh Highlights Giorgia Meloni’s Rhetorical Subtlety

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Dinesh Highlights Giorgia Meloni’s Rhetorical Subtlety

"Listening to the newly elected Italian prime minister Georgia maloney talk. What you have, first of all, is a certain type of rhetorical subtlety. She, they say yes, but we say no. And so as this lilt builds, you begin to see that there is an agenda here. She knows how to lay out her vision. She knows how to contrast it. So she is in her own way. You know, we sometimes say the left is a dividing force. She's a dividing force, but she's dividing against the left. She's trying to put it differently. She's unifying Italy against the left. And what a contrast with so many of the kind of conservatives and Republicans in this country who are just such lifeless duds. I mean, I think of just think of someone like McConnell of McCarthy, who have heartedly put out now that we're just two months from the election here is our agenda we're going to be doing this and we're going to be doing that. First of all, it's not even clear that you can believe them. Second of all, this agenda is nothing more. All they've done is go back to recycled papers from the last election or perhaps even from 25 years ago. And this is kind of a warmed over agenda. Yeah, this time we're really going to be serious. Look, we don't have an alternative. We have the Republican Party. We have to work through the Republican Party. But all I'm saying is that we could sure use some more Georgia maloneys over here.

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The Significance of Giorgia Meloni’s Big Win in Italy

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:02 min | 2 months ago

The Significance of Giorgia Meloni’s Big Win in Italy

"Italy has had a free and fair election and the result is a big win for the right-wing or Conservative Party. And it's actually a coalition party. But the leading member of that coalition is a group called Friends of the fraternal order of Italy or Friends of Italy. And fraternal brothers of Italy and its leader is Georgia maloney, who will become the next Italian prime minister. Now, there might have been some leftists in this country. I mean, they were, they were warning against this result, and they might have been hoping that it just as here in 2020 you'd get like later results that would pivot away from maloney and give the election to the left. But unfortunately for these leftists here in America, Italy has voter ID. And also the only mules that you find in Italy are four legged ones. They eat grass. So this wasn't honest election. And now the left is dismayed at the outcome, and there's also a lot of screaming about the outcome at the EU. Why? Because at the European Union, they can see that this is a trend that is beginning to sweep across Europe. In the beginning, the trend was only in Eastern Europe and you may say at the periphery of Europe. So Hungary, for example, pivoted in a right wing direction Victor Orban, Latvia, Poland, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia. And so the EU said, well, the mainstream countries in Europe aren't going that way. France is okay. Even though we've got le pen, Germany is okay. England is okay. And Italy is okay in Spain is okay, but now Italy, one of one of the countries, in fact, sometimes described as the beating heart of Europe. Italy has decided to also pivot sharply to the right.

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Charlie Reads Viral Speech From Soon-To-Be PM of Italy, Giorgia Meloni

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Charlie Reads Viral Speech From Soon-To-Be PM of Italy, Giorgia Meloni

"There have been some massive excesses of the global regime, and it's all being rebalanced. Donald Trump played a role in that. Brexit played a role in that, but it is just starting. You see the globalists, they moved way too fast. The gang of Davos, if you will. They imposed their viewpoint and their philosophy on the western world, not ever thinking that there might be an electoral or populist backlash. So let me play this tape. Let me not play the tape. Let me actually read the speech. From Georgia maloney, the soon to be prime minister of Italy. Here's what she says. She says, please answer me these questions. This is about where we are today. Why is the family an enemy? Why is the family so frightening? There is a single answer to all these questions because it defines us. Because it is our identity because everything that defines us is now an enemy. For those of us who no longer like us to have an identity and simply be perfect, consumer slaves. So they attack our national identity. They attack our religious identity. They attack our gender identity. They attack our family identity. I can't define myself as an Italian Christian woman, mother, no. They tell me I must be citizen X, gender X, parent one, parent two. I must be a number, because when I'm only a number, when I no longer have any identity or roots, then I become a perfect slave at the mercy of financial speculators. That's the reason why our movement inspires so much fear. That's why this event inspires so much fear because we don't want to be numbers. We will defend the value of the human being because each of us has a unique genetic code that is unrepeatable. Can she run for office here? And like it or not, that is sacred, we will defend it, Georgia maloney says we will defend God, we will defend country. We will defend family, those things that disgust people so much.

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What Is the Driving Force of the Global Red Wave?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 2 months ago

What Is the Driving Force of the Global Red Wave?

"Idea that the everyday man has power against the great reset is popular in Sweden. It's popular in France. It's popular in Italy. What is the driving force of this though? Well, you see Europe even more so than America. Europe has been a Petri dish. It has been a mass open air experiment of neoliberalism of open borders of social liberalism and the intentional deterioration of language, borders, and culture. Europe has been for the last decade at really two decades. A nonstop. Living example of what happens when you allow unfettered Middle Eastern mass migration, the punishment of small business and the consolidation of decisions in the Brussels, the destruction of traditional family values, such as going to church and raising children properly, know all of that has been put on the chopping block. And now there is a reaction to it. And Europe is not just feeling the excesses of what happens when you say there's no such thing as a man or a woman or what happens when you bring in tens of millions of people from the Middle East when your own citizens can't eat and can't find functioning flourishing jobs. But also inflation proxy war is abroad in Ukraine. The borders continue to be wide open. Italy has been more so than almost any other country, a mass recipient of illegal migration from North Africa, from Tunisia, coming onto the shores of Italy. You see, at the top levels right now, we are seeing a challenging of the international world order. The international world order that is pushing transhumanism, the merging of man and machine, the destruction of western currencies, the fail safe is the people. Is you.

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The Global Red Wave Is Coming

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 2 months ago

The Global Red Wave Is Coming

"Some good news to share. There is a global red wave that is brewing first that happened in Sweden, and that happened in some of the parliamentary elections in France. And now it is manifested in the beautiful and the wonderful country of Italy. There's something happening that is broad and that is far reaching. That is a direct threat to the great reset. That Klaus Schwab in the World Economic Forum, the masters of the universe from Davos have been trying to dictate upon the American people. You see, what's happening here is very profound. A global awakening is spreading across continents against the very people that have been inflicting so much pain on every day citizens across the west. And we're going to see again in Brazil, whether or not this theme continues. Hopefully Brazil reelects Bolsonaro. What we saw this last weekend is what many people in the media are saying is a shocking victory for a party, a parliamentary coalition, a woman by the name of Georgia, maloney. She runs a party that is now being smeared and maligned by the entire western press as fascist and as right wing. In fact, front page of The Wall Street Journal, Italy's right wing coalition on track to win election, front page of The Wall Street Journal. Many people in the media are comparing her to Benito Mussolini. They say, this is Mussolini's party, which I always find to be hilarious. Because the left and the media, they're such big fans of democracy, whatever that word means, totally misrepresented. We're not a democracy. We are a republic, but Italy is truly a democracy much more than we are. But they're big fans of democracy until the people elect the right wing government that is fascist. We have to shut them down they're not actually fans of consent to the governed or representative government. No, instead, they're fans of top down control of totalitarianism of despotism and the shrinking of the voice of the commoner of the everyday man of the

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Giorgia Meloni's Values Are Similar to Donald Trump's Values

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:13 min | 2 months ago

Giorgia Meloni's Values Are Similar to Donald Trump's Values

"One president who did not get us involved in another war. Donald Trump went out there and he was preaching the gospel of freedom and the American way of life and what's happening. People are embracing it. Look at what just happened in Sweden and then yesterday in Italy with the election of Jorge maloney, who, by the way, they want you to think that she's some sort of a female Mussolini. I mean, even some of the conservative news networks are buying into the language, calling her a far right extremist. Well, I want you to hear, this is what she said earlier today, she is preparing to be the first female premier in the country's history. Here's what she had to say in Italy. Quote we defend God country and family. Built on opposition to gender ideology and the LGBT lobby alongside support for strong borders and an end to limitless mass migration. Well, who does that sound like ladies and gentlemen? All she needed to do was come down a golden escalator and talk about how you, your platform once.

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"italy" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:02 min | 4 months ago

"italy" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"Because he's tied within the European system. The European system. The European Union is not really, but kind of the United States of Europe, with its own parliament and laws, and this institution, the EU is Draghi's ally to try and shore up the Italian government's finances. The EU imposes budget rules. Italy starts paying down its debt, and then Italy joins the Euro currency. Basically meaning Italy's monetary policy is determined in Frankfurt, far away from Italy. But then 2008, the global financial crisis. Countries around Europe, Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, and Italy slip into foreign debt crises. And one of the big problems here is that because these countries share a common currency with Europe, they can not devalue their currencies, which if they could would be good for their exporters and provide a bit of stimulus. Also, the European Union and the International Monetary Fund are essentially demanding austerity. Could be hurting now instead of helping. It's like the straight jacket when you're stuck in a hole in the ground. It's not very helpful for pulling yourself back up out. Right, and you had to like have to be Houdini to basically figure a way out. Yeah, and Mario Draghi understood this when he's appointed to lead at the belly of the external constraint itself the European Central Bank or the ECB. It's not by accident that he's the man on the scene in 2012. At that point, the Italian political class desperately need one of theirs who understands what the stakes are, investors were increasingly convinced that Italy and its peer countries wouldn't be able to pay their debts. And as this moment, when Draghi loosens the strings of the straitjacket over Europe. It's at this talk to investors in London. A lot of whom are skeptical of the entire European project. You should see his eyes at the moment that he gives this speech. The ECB is ready to do whatever it takes to preserve the Euro. Draghi is saying to the struggling countries like Italy and Greece that the European Central Bank has your back. Essentially, we will buy your government debt if needed. And he's sending a very direct message to those financiers in London. Just like you bet against me and you will rude the day. That you bet against the ECB. Because I can tell you, we're serious. We've done the necessary work, and there are these people in London who just don't get it. Don't understand how significant the European project is and the historic significance of this project, but here's the entire generation of Europeans is so committed to. Druggies speech immediately sobers up the financial markets. The interest rates on the debts of countries like Italy start to drop. And investors stop betting on a default or a fragmentation of the Euro. Drug is dubbed Super Mario Draghi. And with the help of all the policy makers behind the scenes, he's seen as having saved the Euro currency. In Italy does not default. But it's growth over the next decade is really disappointing. Overall, the economy does not grow richer and its youth unemployment rate is super high. I mean, we're talking about in the 30% range. Then the pandemic hits, and Italy is once again in crisis. So that's why in 2021, Draghi is invited by the president of Italy to lead a bunch of political parties as prime minister. That brings us back to the package of reforms needed to get that €200 billion worth of pandemic funding from the EU. Is back. This time with some carrots and not just sticks. Carrot sticks? Yeah, it's both.

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"italy" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:53 min | 9 months ago

"italy" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Film to watch if you want to get her feel for the countryside in the scenery of abuse. It's a lovely place to see. Another few words about transport. I think in Italy, if you hire a car, you can really get into all the nooks and crannies of the region. But public transport is good in Italy and train connection from Rome also bus connections from Rome. And little bus connections around the local towns as well. So that's really helpful. And they have a wonderful train ride that I'm yet to do. It's on my list of things that I want to do. It's called the trans Siberian train, and it starts from sumana, and it heads up into the mountains. And apparently they serve you local food and you have local musicians who entertain you on the way. So it's definitely a tourist train. And you can do it as a day trip. So that's something that your listeners might like to have a little search out, and it runs especially during the summer, but I think it might be through probably from May through to October be worth having a look at. The only thing I would say about renting a car is if you are going to see Rome first. And you want to rent a car and drive, driving in Italy, I think is fairly easy, but not in Rome. Exactly. I would hire your if you could rent it out at the airport and avoid the city that's not a problem, but if you we have done this, we have rented a car at the main train station in Rome and then trying to drive out of the city and I wouldn't I'm very glad that you're still here to tell the tale. But yes, exactly. Hire your car from the airport because it is much easier to get out of the airport than out of Rome itself. Or take the train in the bus someplace and then rent a car when you're there. But yes, I wouldn't, whatever you do. Don't run it in the city and try and drive home. Exactly. Our roads lead to Rome. Excellent. Anything else we want to cover before we get to some of our wrap up questions. Well, I think I've given a fairly good overview of a brutal. I always get very enthusiastic at this many, many things I could tell you made me want to go. So we've got that on. It's a fabulous. It's a fabulous region. Obviously, I introduce it and I talk about it with enthusiasm from a hikers perspective. But if you're not a hiker, but if you like the idea of exploring a lesson in region in Italy, you would still enjoy abroad so you don't have to hike. You can drive as well. So there are other ways to get around. But if you do like hiking, there are some amazing trails to explore. And then you walk off some of the amazing foods that you've had. Some of the amazing food. There is that advantage. You are standing in the prettiest spot in a bruzzo. Where are you standing and what are you looking at? Well, I've just mentioned it. I would be standing. I would be, it would be late May, early June. I would be surrounded by a wild flowers all around, and it would be quite cloudy because you can get inclement weather, but to wind would blow away.

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"italy" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

02:47 min | 9 months ago

"italy" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"And I got my bags back on the road. I'm heading out there and I'm ready to go look at real good in my passport oh no. 15 amateur traveler episode 791. Today the amateur traveler talks about castles and confetti. Hikes and sheep Mussolini and the trans Siberian train. Not that one. As we go to bruzzo, in Italy. Welcome to the amateur traveler. I'm your host, Chris Christensen. Let's talk about abruzzo. I'd like to welcome to the show Jackie Parsons from hedonistic hiking dot com and Jackie has come to talk to us about the region of abruzzo in Italy, welcome to the show..

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"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You what. Make it fair. I'll give them 50 years. Okay, I'm gonna stick with you because you had some nice things to say about this team. It's Switzerland, one of the most underrated teams at the moment, knocking out France, qualifying over Italy and so on and so on. They've been doing this for a while, right? They've got these players who are kind of sneakily good. I mean, you look at again switch football, you look at and again, we can all laugh at young boys burn, for example, but hey, they're there. They're in they're in the group stages of the Champions League. It's a big deal for Switzerland. I think they have some really interesting exciting young players coming through Okafor from Salzburg. I mean he's scared the life out of me when he played against it elite did well against this weekend as well. Against Bulgaria. They have a great goalkeeper. And they've got a bunch of injured guys who are gonna come back. So yeah, I think they're good. And there's sweetheart earlier. You know, this is a team that knocked out friends at the Euros nearly knocked out Spain. I think you sleep on murat yakin's Switzerland at your peril. Okay, Frank, who's a more likely to miss out on the World Cup Portugal or Italy. Well, I don't know, I don't know. I think that would be a shame for any one of them. And hopefully they're gonna both be qualified. But I think I will give more chance to Italy. They are the European champion and you know, like always or almost always, you know, Italy managed to get qualified. So I will go for Italy, but now I think both of them will go through with.

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"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Honest discussion with him. Because he's a great parent teacher. He missed some of them. This is really poor and bad penalty. I was a little baby slept with a left foot. I don't know, because, you know, missing the goalie is very bad. But it's quite good and it's part of the motion of the game. And I think tonight, Italy wasn't completing completely on the game. We saw a lot of mistakes sometimes also naive situation where not that much energy generally. And we woke up when we got the goal against when we score a goal. And that's this kind of thing that you build into the week that you are together. So it's not only because of the entirety for your genome. But it's a very key player. So I will have a conversation on honest with him and see what could be the option and how he feel about it. Sorry. But the worst, the worst on that is not, it's not georginio. The worst chance meest is really theory. The last action because you don't have the goalkeeper anymore in the goal, you know, it gets the ball back and completely misses the just to finish it. I mean, that was awful. It's even worse than the Georgian penalty. Could have won that game, you know, if the guy would have been more tuned in. I'm sure he's glad you brought that up. Right gap. Percentage chance of Italy qualifying top of this group. I still gotta believe, so I'm gonna go, I'm gonna go 60%. This is a different Italy. They do create a lot more chances than Italy teams in the past. They don't always convert them, but their backs are up against the wall. 60% Alessandro. Where are you going? Well, everything from 51.

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"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Take a look at some of the key instances starting off with the opening goal for Switzerland Frank. Donna rumor, could he have done better here? It's a good shot, you know, it's a strong shot. I think it tries to react. It touches the ball, but well, you know, the pace of the ball is amazing. So the shot is fantastic. And he touched the wall. I don't know, maybe yes, he could, you know, he could, of course, but no blaming whatsoever for me. That's a fantastic goal. Alessandro, what do you think it's hit hard, isn't it? Yeah, I was reaction time. It wasn't enough to Donald to take the ball. And by all the action, it's something that missing part all the time. Even when they throw these long ball Italy should defend a little bit much better. And get in position. Don't have a so much space for Switzerland players, because especially in the first 30 minutes, they seem very dangerous all the time that they come down. Alessandro, you look really sad. You won the Euros in the summer, don't worry. You want your revision? The Olympics. It's okay. You won the U.S. again, England. Don't forget. Shut up, Frank. And you cheated. I remember quite well about that. It's just that we love drama. You know, Italians love drama. So everything was perfect. Now we know. No, we like to put ourselves in a little bit of exciting, you know? And it's a history of Italy. By the way, it's not the first time that happened. You know, penalties is not something that we get very much lucky to be honest we want again, England, the Euro is that we want to work up against. But most of the time, we lost in the penalties shoot out. And we missed a lot of important penalties during qualification on the World Cup during the World Cup and the final USA the 1994, for example. And again and again, so it's something that I think Italy kind of surgery now that we need to be in the dramatic position. So but this okay. You mentioned the penalty shootout against England Ali. Obviously, within that shootout, georginio missed his penalty. He's missed penalties as well since then in this qualifying campaign. If you're in charge, if you're a Mancini, do you take him off penalties completely now? Honest discussion with him. Because he's a great parent.

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"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Welcome into late edition of ESPN FC. I'm Dan Thomas joining the studio by Halle Moreno. We kick things off in Europe, Italy, taking on Switzerland. Both of these sides know going into this man's head finished first or second, but this result would go a long way to decide in which order and it would be Switzerland who would open the scoring early on with a great goal knocking it past at Donna rumor. We then saw the Lorenzo with the equalizer ten minutes before the break and it would be one one right up until the 87th minute, but then a controversial penalty be awarded after Garcia brought down at bharati. Georginio steps up and puts this thing high above the bar and later on, Switzerland almost won it a poor first touch from Donna rumor as it gearing with the opportunity one that he couldn't take in front of an ear open goal, so it finishes Italy won Switzerland one, which means it all goes down to the final round of matches and it's all about gold difference. Let's not forget in these groups as it stands, Italy's is too better than Switzerland, so they go away against Northern Ireland. Meanwhile, Switzerland take on Bulgaria. Italy should be fine, but for example, if Italy, beat Northern Ireland one nil and Switzerland defeat Bulgaria by three goals for now, it would be Switzerland that advanced automatically top of the group, Italy would have to go via the playoffs and we know how that went last time. Well, let's welcome in, shall we? Look at this. Gabon counties at Franklin perf and Alessandro del Piero. Ali let's start with you. What you're general emotions after that game..

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"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Attitude issue. No i don't think it was employed by the way he also didn't play for roma kinda not believe enrollment kind of have a thing there so i'm sure roma fans appreciate you. Save that No i think the reality of rebecca joe is chief much more for the national team. Then weirdly he achieved certainly a big clubs in italy I argue that. Probably after his the end of the second season at you've when you've made the shift towards by jomo's kind of became a problem because italian managers looked at him and especially back then. They're like well. How much running does he do off the wall. How you work. oh you know. He's not as good an athlete as as the he's not as strong. You know he's not as smart or whatever and so you know when you moved from there to To me line. It was almost like we're doing you favor to bring them on board. And i know i know it sounds crazy And then you know very tactical managers. Oh no you. you don't fit into my schemes. Gawky saying oh what are you doing. This guy cappella. Doing what i do is hit me. Does it was competitive. Time you know. And so then he goes to bologna. Scores a billion goals moves back to journ. It's all grey. Oh look By joviality or whatever and then it doesn't work out for him because you can't have many talking players on the pitch of the same time and the other guys are younger and better paid or whatever so that's kind of being the ark of his career and then obviously then he moves on goes to benicia and scores a taught goals until he's very very old but he's the weirdest thing we dodge and why he resonates with italy is that he seen first and foremost.

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"italy" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"italy" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Italy beats England to win the championship NBA finals last night It was Game three and Milwaukee is on the board. Jonah said. 41 points. The Bucks beat the Suns. But Phoenix leads that series. Two games to one. Baseball has hit the All Star break. The Yankees lost to Houston yesterday. Jays beat Tampa The Mets lost to Pittsburgh. Joe Matt, from Williams East High School was taken in the first round of the MLB draft yesterday. 31st overall by the Miami Marlins, the home run Derby is tonight. At Coors Field in Colorado will have that here on W. G. R by the way. The All Star Game is tomorrow night. Also on W. G. R the Bisons in Rochester were postponed. Novak Djokovic won at Wimbledon, his 20th major championship that moves him into a tie with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal that seems appropriate. Lucas Glover won his first PGA Tournament in 10 years, picking up the John Deere Classic title. And the Sabres. Will have no increase in season ticket prices for the upcoming season. Paul has an article with all of that information at W g r 5 50 dot com. Those are your paddock. Chevrolet Headlines. Paddock Chevrolet with you for the extra Mile Next update at eight o'clock. Help put him at number one on their list, and then they'll say, Well, he's not going to score a ton of points. He has work to do defensively, but he could be this and I'm sitting there going well, okay, but you're picking this kid. First, you're.

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"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Finish. I should have been in the bucket when he shouldn't see a lazy and he should know what where it's common across he gets behind. It's been it's all he just doesn't get any contact on gets a contact on the but you see it's quite scruffy doesn't go through spin. It's all his legs comes right to the phones and then he can't convert that one. That's he's wrong food. Picky me and this one here. I mean it's that simple well. People he either doesn't quite see the flight of our propelled sale up slightly behind him. He scores goals. But for those that are not huge funds overman. Stevie necker was. We noise probably watching is not. That's fuel to the fire for people. Say yeah but on the real bag that was the one to opportunities. And that's the difference. If i think goes wherever you go but there are still about say. Well that's fine bagging x. Sarah wherever against some of the teams every where you want to see it but then avant boston aura. Ashir tehran rear tragedy. Back of the net rights. And that's the thing that someone it's not surprising to see remained lukaku making those kind of mris where we saw that throughout his career. We saw that that capable of doing crazy stuff fantastic stuff and missing the simplest thing and that's who he is showing us some clumsiness is when we'd be we don't consider him as a top top top player renaldo like like you mention van bastin and some others. He's a great striker but he's capable of clumsiness. And that's that's his game gap. How big a disappointment is this from belgium perspective. You know what i think. It is a disappointment because once france went out you know felt like the momentum. Was there on that side. I think people are gonna have some questions about about obama and some of the choices that he made. I think there were warning signs in the portugal game. When it felt like the game should have been put away. They had the lead And then at the end it felt like anything could happen. I think there's positives you know. We talk about gold generation ending. I saw this kid. Jeremy juku obviously was reading last year at france and chimed in the second half. He looked to me to be a little bit unplayable. I'll tell you what he steered the. He's the bejesus out of that italian defense. So you know there are players. I don't think it's over for this group by this. Was the one with france. Getting knocked out with germany getting knocked out. I think this is the one that's going to feel like the one that got away. I think once again. Let's tune them. And i might be wrong but i think once again roberto martinez the one criticism you could have as he neglects the defensive aspect of the game too much right i think because the as tournament and have been pretty much open against every team and we're open against the danes away with the we're open. I'm trying to think there's been so many holding on against portugal says mentioned portugal. Still go for the second goal in the last twenty minutes when they should just have been wrapping the game up and the almost paid the penalty and not game. The were open again in game against. That's silly at times and they left themselves exposed and got punished. And when you've got the center box of experience in not age you you walk how you're going to give them a bit more protection and just feel and that's been one criticism of all martinez is teams. Play good football. Good going forward but suspect defensively. And you're not gonna win this competition if you don't have four. That's knows and italy belgium than as you say italy now very much when you take a look at the teams remaining. You put a very strong. And they're the best team left gab. What's the buzz like in italy now around this same in the excitement. Look i think everybody's going to be very excited. I think pre-game the goal the objective was get to the semifinal. I'm play good. Football show progress. There's no question that they've showed tremendous progress and now seventy five. I don't wanna say the pressures lifted a little bit but the look at this bay that look at some of the issues louisa. He had and.

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"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Something that there are. The can't give you. And i think and if he doesn't you've come far earlier than the minute however works in the end and things are thought what was really interesting tonight. These collectively struggled sorts of how they found the answer and they don't have a special player giving the kind of guys to make the decision when things. I really going your way however you see on. The first board from look at zola think wreck six different players from austria. But that was allowed because of the swiss beacons zola and in senior senior taking the wider position. Spinach comedian side very much. And then diagnosing from spinner dot jessica and again. You can do that. Because he's a right. Who plays as left back position. And i think that that's enough place. Something that they work a training that we've seen so far in these zeros and collectively with a move like that you found the answer in a game were. Are you from start to to answer that i. What did we learn shack then from that because there had been a thinking that perhaps italy in the group's hadn't been fully tested yet. This was a true test for them. Today it was from from the team that you didn't expect to give kind of fright did coming into this competition as much as we look at everybody on pros and cons to who the weather's the aging defense for belgium or anybody else. The only thing you could find. Italy is that despite their good run despite the records that they continue to to break. How'd against teams that you can expect that. They hadn't really been tested during not running. Pulpwood.

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"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"italy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Case by i right now is that you know depending who the opponent is more likely to keep this starting trio that we saw before so georgina look at that and and maybe somebody you bring in if you need. If you need that. I think mancini's very conscious of the fact that really all three of the teams that italy face so far we're teams look to sit back and defend rather than keep the ball and attack them. I think it would be a different story against opponents like that. Italy might face importers from mancini's point of view. Don how you learn from the matches. It's it's a professional performance and it was good management as well. You make eight changes to keep the whole squad hoppy somewhere like belotti who got ninety minutes today. Got his belt. The support and costs played well very professional. Control the game. But i think from mancini's point of view he will learn a lot. I think you learn a lot in terms of what games maybe might be coming out. Which route going to take. But i grew up. I think when you try to pick that best. Eleven o'clock italia has to score from open. Play office goals office runs from deep. He's got great legs box to box. But it's a talented squad if you're mancini now with eight changes in another win under your belt. Yeah you've got some serious options and it's nice to have the momentum those options tv. Obviously yeah absolutely. I think from from mancini's point of view he'll be pleased. The avoi- made eight changes. This team played and certainly tried to play exactly the same as the previous two games for a koi session session stay because if somebody goes down he doesn't even have to think twice. Am i going..

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"italy" Discussed on AoS Coach

AoS Coach

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"italy" Discussed on AoS Coach

"Whether you hold onto your. I know the people do new. You obvious starting a new army based on on parade. I jumped onto goggles when they came out. And there's nothing wrong with buying new armies just fascinating to see what people are doing. And why and i think maybe that will have a fantasy connection and that might be a way to reconnect with the old god and then bringing you plays as well as possible. Stone cost is still popular here. I'm saying twenty five people. I'm seeing some of the new omni's like i've not king five as as you mentioned earlier beyond clearly has a really strong representation so you do have not balanced with meta he. And if i slide across what am i looking at now is so. This is the podium of distribution across the year so basically a. Yeah you want from. I think at the end of go up to your the the end of february because after that the covid break happened. So all the united stopped So what you can see is the distribution of first place second place chirp places from oil different armies and you can see for example the first space we twice storm caused Sorry records we had twice five layers. We had to core to will be our to escape ins and deals lash For example the second place against see four time Fresh courts so you can see that they are kind of really a good good constant army that podium salat over year at the same time is twice the first base which kinda kinda surprising because cord is not relax the kind of top matter armies kind of anonymous army that can have its way but also struggled sometime in saying that it can con- which was The world's lodged event was previously one. Not the year. The he prefers are not not twenty. Twenty twenty nineteen was one by corn. So it does show you the player. Ken still odgen love that hammer. By the way skill a skill player can take most armies to the top and just for anyone who was wondering what we would just looking at We are looking at some of the meta representation in italy not to say. This is the true metal. It's not exactly what's happening today. But it's just an example of what is happening in italy to show you how differences outrageous or how similar outrages are i know sidney australia for example night haunt is becoming even more popular. The motel rooms magazine has come out which is made knighthood stone cost affordable and. I'm seeing some armies with like hundred chain ross. So expect them on the table soon. Oh yeah Yeah i i will give you a more recent more recent on the meta sold about for example. This is really reason. Because that's the tober this these specific draft here but for example eight hundred the finals in september and we were all gearing up to face a shooting matter like It was happening pretty much. All over the world But i the day it was won by an much rights army The bisco raiders. Just and the thing was that Game five was a mirror match between almost the same exactly..

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"italy" Discussed on AoS Coach

AoS Coach

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"italy" Discussed on AoS Coach

"I mean it's it's okay leaving wrong. Which is avondale. And the biggest. Cd can be stressful. Because it's a. It's a utd with lots of traffic jams. Lots of people going around. I m l. tourists coming on all ancient rome. Yeah definitely definitely so yeah. It can be stressful. Sometimes because can really make you you tired. Sometimes but overall i i would say. It's okay to live here Not not to go too much into political softener but we have kind of a. I wouldn't say like not really honest kind of political word because it's wouldn't be maybe too much. Politics can be mccann. Be heavy and life of also depends on who was on government was Who's not but very very similar to probably a lot of countries a very stressful time. Right now i think every country has their own challenges. Whatever it might look like And we went to that. Obviously we're here to talk about. You know the fun things. Things like eating amazing food. I read an article recently about actually written article literally overnight. Those talking about rum tried to explain the train lines. And it's taken forty years to try to expand. The train lies because everytime expand the train line they find an ecological d.c of some description. So i find some ancient artifacts tried to expand the train line wa humble brag like aw come get an extra train line but i happen to find some secret wisdoms of the ancient days like damn so said. It's the happens all the time for the subway in room because whatever you you will find some old stuff. It's because you always have to to protect the the the findings you so between line Digging and your fun and ancient sore you find a spear hop alike. Find terra cotta. I imagine he just have ancient artefacts with all over the place. You walk down to its break from the bakery and a whole bunch. I just imagined there is just you know 'cause sean's and people eating gripe said that's that's my view of italy. I'm sure it's not correct. That's that's the cd center over on. But we i mean that's lots of people living on the oscars of the like me for example and it's just like any european cd or your fox..

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"italy" Discussed on AoS Coach

AoS Coach

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"italy" Discussed on AoS Coach

"Our favorite pasta. It is the torch cellini shar now when it is a community. Spotlight looking at In italy i really enjoyed. They series having to chance to chat to a lot of different community members across the world understanding. What's different. what's the same. And how out wells. Just interesting francesco. You are You have your youtube channel. You've got your iowa's crusaders. I know you listen to podcasts. In australia in would talking about that We recently just had an episode talking about a event that happened to strangle. And you'll also listening to mortally wounded. And i'm show as you go through some contain. It's lovely united. What's the same. What's different and i think this is by opportunity to learn. What is we'll hammer agency. Meyer like in but francesco lawyer. Welcome jonah among other. Try to stop. It's been a long time. Hello welcome thanks for having me antony is supposed to be to be back here in the our favorite hobby you are definitely baxter for anyone who hasn't seen it weighty to pretty cool show around psychology. We talked to. That was a very very interesting show. Talking about psychology and war gaming and lot of comments about that show. Yeah yeah love you love it. Yeah so we are going to talk about. We'll have our in italy. And i'm sure that chat is going to have a whole bunch of questions. Hello welcome to everyone who has joined us. We've got john yang jan Good all the stralia accent coming from poland. So i think. I'm just trying to learn so much about finland about spain about all these wonderful countries do under multi does have an agency community but about to. I'm wondering if you're ever gonna do a spotlight about martha. That would be awesome for anyone who doesn't know. I am a half multi semi. My father's side came over to australia on a boat took the three months to get here. So i'm first generation born australian so i can't imagine i can hardly handle a flight. We not any entertainment learn. What three three months would have looked like back in the sixties. Sailing from malta. To australia but francesco. I'd love to sing the scene for me. Tell me what is it like believing easily. Like i haven't been to italy yet. I've done a lot of asia in very is you're so close to australia. It's very easy to go. Go check it out for multi. i've been to scotland. I've been to some some other countries like france and things like that that have around but everybody decrease but i've never come over to the boot so set the scene for all of us who haven't been to italy yet. What's it like a okay so There are lots of good things that lots of things i would say. depends a lot on where in italy. You're leaving a actually something that really happens in every country but overall The weather is nice. General in the house because i for example my sister lives in england and she really misses the sun and the light rain. So here actually this on the The weather's pretty good.

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"italy" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"italy" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Let's start the hour with a look at the other side of the coin has a couple of americans explain how they reinvented themselves when they moved to italy. Have you ever liked what you saw in italy so much that you dreamed of actually moving there. I have to admit i've been tempted myself. We're joined now on travel. With rick steves by two people who gave into that temptation and now they're living their dreams and rod left her job and twenty fourteen and moved to cnn and long so for him. To medallion settled down within near sorrento above the coffee. Coast anna an and join us now to tell us their story. Thanks for joining us. Thanks so anna. How did you end up in sienna. I studied italian in college. Fell love with it. Decided to move to italy after college. Move to to rin then ended up doing graduate work in manchester became professor and then realized that i needed to get to sienna because i did my thesis on saint catherine of sienna and every summer i went every summer. Got harder to come back to the states. So i eventually just decided to move there. And that was a few years ago and <hes>. You must like it. Because you're still there i do. I love it by the way big industrial city in the north. No nonsense fantastic city. Though the best food real interim people think about that but you ended up in sort of the fairytale medieval tower not an end lung. What's your story. I changed my major twice in university and so decided to take months break to go to italy to try to learn the language. Because i'd been there on vacation before and then after six months decided to stay in ended up marrying an italian and been thirty eight years living in sorrento thirty eight years in beautiful lemon cellos cream. Lemon cellos with those nothing. Better i can't think of a more dolce rental so now you've been there thirty eight years in a small town a small community in community above surrender. You always the foreigner <hes>. You don't look italian. I'm a foreigner. I definitely have strange ways the way i do things <hes>. It's foreign but i've been absorbed into the community. They think of me as a local. Because i've withstood thirty eight and you respect the do respect them and there's a lot of my friends that were foreigners that have left sense and they get no respect. I can respect accepted in the community. Are you taken seriously at community meetings or parent teacher meetings. Whatever you might be into you sit there at the table and and you're part of the community and they'll ask me about my opinion about local ideas and things and i'm raising family in the community as well so it touches my life. Now anna i always think of who settled in. Europe is experts. Yes but you're also just flat out. Immigrants immigrants exactly it which my friends in santa always remind me of ohio the immigrants. What's the difference between an ex pattern and immigrant. Well if we're going to be blunt the color of your skin. Isn't that something. I know in italy relationships seem to be really important to get things done personally and in your in your work life. Talk about the importance of relationships. In italy the hugely important and i think that had i not found myself in a contrada in sienna. I don't think i would have stayed because it's so important to be a part of a community. And i am the american in the she wolf so you really identify with the she wolf district. Yes loo- i know that because you guys won the palio two times in one year. Yes we did. And cnn has this passion for the neighborhood. yes. I mean famously. With these contrada. Yes and think that. Cnn is very much a walled city in in both senses of the word because it has the walls that are still there from medieval times. But there's this wall mentality as well where it's hard to enter and to become a part of the community. So i feel very lucky that i found myself in the contrada and they accepted me eventually but like and said it took awhile. Oh she's still coming back so she is she

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