19 Burst results for "Jabotinsky"

Is a Two State Solution Possible in Israel/Palestine?

Jewish History Matters

02:00 min | 5 months ago

Is a Two State Solution Possible in Israel/Palestine?

"The idea that a two state resolution to the israel palestine conflict is no longer possible is not really a new one. It has been after all a quarter century. Since the oslo agreements and pessimism seems to rain but lustick offers too powerful but potentially controversial ideas about the failure of the two state solution. I he places the blame directly on israel's settlement project and its territorial maximalism which has its roots in the history of the entire twentieth century conflict. For instance he points to zev. Jabotinsky is notion of the iron wall. The idea that would only negotiate with jews after they had been defeated which has had the paradoxical outcome that the repeated israeli victories over the decades have emboldened the israeli leadership so they have been less likely to come to the negotiating table. He also emphasizes the collective memory of the holocaust as a profound factor in israeli society. And the pro israel lobby in the us both of which emboldened israel's hawkish parties and make the israelis less likely to negotiate a two state solution. And secondly lustick who once was a proponent of the two state solution now says that it's a distraction from reality. He argues that there is and has long been just one st between the jordan river and the mediterranean sea the pursuit of a two state solution. He posits is an unrealizable dream when the real need is to push for rights and citizenship for all people living in this territory which is effectively one. St

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"The idea that a two state resolution to the israel palestine conflict is no longer possible is not really a new one. It has been after all a quarter century. Since the oslo agreements and pessimism seems to rain but lustick offers too powerful but potentially controversial ideas about the failure of the two state solution. I he places the blame directly on israel's settlement project and its territorial maximalism which has its roots in the history of the entire twentieth century conflict. For instance he points to zev. Jabotinsky is notion of the iron wall. The idea that would only negotiate with jews after they had been defeated which has had the paradoxical outcome that the repeated israeli victories over the decades have emboldened the israeli leadership so they have been less likely to come to the negotiating table. He also emphasizes the collective memory of the holocaust as a profound factor in israeli society. And the pro israel lobby in the us both of which emboldened israel's hawkish parties and make the israelis less likely to negotiate a two state solution. And secondly lustick who once was a proponent of the two state solution now says that it's a distraction from reality. He argues that there is and has long been just one st between the jordan river and the mediterranean sea the pursuit of a two state solution. He posits is an unrealizable dream when the real need is to push for rights and citizenship for all people living in this territory which is effectively one. St

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Jon M. Chu - how the internet changed visibility for Asian Americans

Asian Enough

07:55 min | 1 year ago

Jon M. Chu - how the internet changed visibility for Asian Americans

"And if you could ever like yourself as the subject of a story it's like it almost takes a work of imagination to like you know. See that who you are can. Yes object store. I mean I basically grew up in. I think that's part of both my power and my weakness is like. I grew up in an environment in the Silicon Valley in the eighties and the nineties. And so I know that perspective because I grew up in the perspective of like Oh are Asians the other when you're surrounded by it. You are indoctrinated it and so you know what they're thinking and I grew up in a Chinese restaurant as well. So the fears of what people think of you are completely intertwined in your brain and in your heart. I think the Internet changed so much because when I watched youtube video and for instance and dance like I saw how fast the perspective of what Asians are as dancers in the dance world. When I started Asians were known as amazing hip hop dancers. But when I went to those tournaments and these these these conferences whereas they're six thousand Asia American dancers and their amazing hip hop dancers. And that's where they Kaba. Modern was job. Jabotinsky was there. Were all these amazing answers. And the world didn't know about it and in the span of like four or five years everybody knew about it and suddenly it's like. Oh Asians condense. When did you start going to these dance and I went? Let's see my cousin was going to San Diego State. And so she'd be like you have to come see this because you like dance and this is incredible and so. I want to say it was like two thousand six two thousand five. The collaboration or which dance competition was this They Will Aberration Star. Collaboration collaboration but there's also other ones but data for the first time. And that's when I did step up to I was like when I was creating sabotage like crews because I've seen these crews And Job Lock is like the. All Star like they weren't there was no ABC. At the time there was no nobody knew them they had never been filmed before so we got them very very early. But witnessing the shift of people seeing agents dancers and stink. Oh there can be the best. When you see these Korean dancers in those Uniqlo ads or in missy Elliott videos like it changed and I could see how fast that oh it just takes an example. I love that you have always seemed to love dance and music and sort of gravitated towards those areas in your work. Obviously I remember. I went to the set of your web series. You're super can't series the St shooting like a showdown seen in the town true we had. They're kicking us out in fifteen minutes so he just shoot like our whole last episode at fifteen minutes. It was insane. I was I was there. It was pretty great. And you really between that project and the step up movies and the Adam Chu dance crew. Which I'm GonNa make you explain to turn around and the Internet back then but you really seem to to be able to lean into these interests of yours but at the same time create company of talent like Harry Shum Junior. Got So many greats spotlights through your works with him and so many other dancers got on my rematch. Cast Nets smarr. All that stuff was crazy. It was crazy times. How did that like what? What kind of role did that project? First of all. How do you describe it now? Looking back I mean we were early and Youtube. There's two thousand seven two thousand eight. Maybe I don't know maybe two thousand eight nine somewhere around there and basically we had done step up to and Miley Cyrus had watched the movie and so she called our fourteen year old star of that movie atoms. Vanni who played Moose in the movie and left a message. He didn't answer he she him as I loved you in that movie congrats and didn't leave a number and so she's like fifteen or sixteen and he's fourteen. He calls me like. Oh my Gosh Miley Cyrus just called me. Can you get me her number? I'm like a I don't know how to get her now to call her age. He's like Yeah Asia. No I'm not going to do that but she was already had a youtube channel and we had already were thinking. Hey we should do some videos on youtube thing and so I was like she has her best friend. Mandy. Who's a dancer like? Let's challenge them to a dance battle and just challenger and maybe she'll answer because she knows who you are so we got our crew together and made this crazy video challenging her to a dance battle and two days later she answered and she had the biggest youtube channel at the time This is at the height of her sort of power. And when she answered us She got all her celebrity. Friends made it like music video and got included channing. Tatum and Jenna Dewan in their video. Which is kind of a slap in the face to us. We'll man dance battling real though we should. We should resolve more things. Thought those this was west side story digital like this real shit and people online like really got into it. People who hated Miley could be on our side and then people who love it could be on her side and we made another video. After and we pulled out our Rolodex we got like Sandler Lindsay Lohan. We got Chris Brown before the incidence of Diana. Ross Amanda bines before here incidents. We've got a lot of people. And then we got a huge amount of his we've got millions and millions of hits and at that time it was big and so then she answered again with like helicopters and Ryan secret and all these people about this whole thing which I remember it being just so huge but it's kind of an example of growing an Internet age community in a way very very like demonstrably has power. I mean you've also worked with Justin bieber twice and saw how how strong his phantom is. So it's kind of cool to see the Asian American community rally around Craze Rich Asians and that came out not that at all at all related to one another safe. You know all these I mean they are little bit though. That's that's what I wanted to ask about his Asian American dance crews and southern California's. Such a thing you know I went to Ucla. Watch them and it's so cool to kind of hear you talk about how. Yeah Yeah I mean I you know. And Jabber walkies like weren't they on like America's best dance crew or something like that but that was that was when like the world got to know them but before that they were in ACDC dance crew before they were actually as during while they were on there. They were in step up before they were ever On match you put you put the Jabber walkies on the map that you represented elsewhere. We film them for those for sure. I had already made my first studio movie and yet I still felt like when I would watch youtube. This is like energy and I reminded myself that. I didn't have to ask permission for anything like I could have a camera. I know how to edit and I ended all the. Are you to battle videos? I didn't have to answer to anybody. And that's an amazing confidence builder and powerful thing to know that you have at your fingertips and you can have millions of people watching it tomorrow. Not next week. When a marketing company goes not with the press release like just releasing it. There was a big lesson to me during that time knowing that I have no excuses not to make stuff at any moment that I wanna make

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on The Takeaway

"On the one hand and yet lines like we've seen lines of cars for food banks. Why is it so hard? Beca to to bridge the gap between producers who have product and people who need food so emergency food system is not equipped to deal with the number of people that we have access to get currently so you know one of the big bottlenecks has been storage capacity right especially for fresh produce like Joe's talking about right. You need to have refrigeration. Available places to store that product and With the quantities. Talked about right now. You know a lot of times. That's really challenging. I've been working with the national farm to school network They run and support many of the farm to school programs across the country and we talked to them about how the school was adapting to provide these meals to children. I mean many of the kids in our country are dependent on these these school meals. And what we heard is that as they're transitioning to these different types of emergency food programs. They're really shifting away from providing a fresher perishable product and towards on non perishable items. And that makes it more challenging to connect at producers directly to those types of networks and feeding systems. Joe Do you worry about the long term impact for your own operation and for other growers around you in California as this drags on yes. We're we're thinking of what what the future holds for us. The fresh fruit and vegetable industry is probably most impacted. Because we don't have as much flexibility as say the nonperishable foods you know if I grew beans or rice. You could just hold it in the silo right. But you can't hold my melons very long. We can hold them in the cold room for a few days or maybe even a week but eventually that cold them gets full and you have to make room for the new fruit coming in. This would be very difficult for us if this continues much longer. Joe Is the president of Dobrusky farms in central California and Becca Jabotinsky Professor at Colorado State University. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank.

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

"You're listening to Johnny Goudie students. You could leave a rating or even a year. That really helps discover the show. My question about that is. How much does your Judaism add to your? Oh coaching went to your drive. Your ambition to WHO's Zoom Roquebrune is today while otherwise being surrounded by Jewish humor back at home. It's like a competition about. He can make people can make each other lawfulness very cool but one of the I stand up events. I went to one of Jackie. Mason's lost standup comedy routines. And just. It's just hilarious. Thing is definitely influences by humor and presumably on the bench that went on in that synagogue as well. Oh yes that's that's the main reason I went like 'cause though just so funny and like you know they get told to stop talking for the service but you know you want them to keep talking. Just seventy nuggets white ready funny funny things that people I presume there was no full time. Rabbi there it was just the elders of the community will take full. Time was a rabbit out David Zoom Rochman. Thank you very much. Congratulations on this latest richest exhibition. And may you continue to thrive. I am a big fad. Thank you very much. Remember the name. How could you forget it? Zoom Zoom Rochman. Now Harry so Markham is an unapologetic Zionist. It's not an easy position to take in the UK. Indeed he feels at odds the country which brought him up from birth. This one he plans to live in Israel but I he's writing a book and spending his time addressing students on campus about the things things that most worry him complacency in his own Jewish community and the hate from outside it. Israel is being threatened from neighboring states dates whose very existence if Iran have it their way around Attain a nuclear off. Its existence in. My view is powerless Karlis. Thank you have a strong army but still even of Israel is facing even is always the oppressed state here to weld hype hype has been perceived as to be oppressed the the oppresses and we. So now you invest campuses today and the university campuses supposed to the intelligence here was my grandmother used to say the Intelligencia the next generation that are going to run this country Only am deeply concerned turned about educating my kids at University here I have always been skeptical of tertiary education. Not for things like being A. Don't tell her annoying or the dentist. Whatever that is but certainly many many other forms of tertiary education actually seems to me in the twenty first century to actually constraining lines range rover them actually being places of universal fool which is what university is supposed to a university should be a place where there is critical goosing king whether is intelligent discussion? I did a critically assessed Mike experience the universe is is is that universities. Now have come in a sense of quite a Wesleyan in the free speech is being extremely regulated You know I was in. I was in Leeds last week and I was on a panel discussing Zionism and I and I and I used the words. Our business terrorist describe harpist limits terrorists in pre state Israel manager Palestine who are attacking Jews. Them Lonzo honestly have gone attention. Nine in the hour brought to thirty six CETERA and owns described and I label them as Arab Islamic terrorists. I was basically The one of the SU offers the students union offices came in a stately muscle. Speaking indirectly said please mind your language and I was total so I any to moderate what I'm saying because it probably what I'm saying is offensive really interested in what's in PR fended on. I'm interested in fact act and the fact is these people. This is where the definition of Islamophobia splits from antisemitism because you might have been accused of his number phobia by An opponent actually what they were doing there was actually constraining your ability to describe what you you saw the truth correct or not you know I probably under this definition is not my favorite food but what I take us through that term. Because it's address that I can make a legitimate just criticism. Bislama killed taxes practices by the Anti Christ so that on Christ absorbing Zapping Pay Judas. My rabbi I I called my my rob is more hassle than than most others because I I am critical and I and I and I read texts critically but I feel that this policy of not being able to talk about Islam because we might offend is extremely dangerous dangerous and I think it's threatens the future of the democracy I know I've I've always I've always. I've always believed. We need to draw the the distinction between sort of blatant racism which of indiscriminate attacks Muslims. And making just Kristen Vishal Vishal I am opposed to much is dammit. Theologists says Los be says to route attacking Audrey Muslims. No do I believe we should absolutely absolutely not at I think women's Anti Semitism antisemitism is irrational. Irrationally believes choose the source of the world's ills is. I'm Libya I think is almost just. It's irrational to fit the threat of of fanatical Islam. I take take rational to fare such a serious threat to Western civilization. I think it's it's more so this is the definition of what might cool unapologetic Zik Zionism. you truly probably the first generation in two thousand years of Jews that can actually be improved because you have the state of Israel which is beginning to become a truly first world nation. Perhaps the credit crunch in two thousand and nine was the arrival of the country in the Premier League of Nations And that's not asper which coward actually under threat their lives for so long with you know weakened its round an American culture which wasn't quite as free as it was about assimilation in the first fifty or sixty years of these radi state in parallel. So so you can take. You'll one of those new Jewish. I wish people who've been the next generation I wished I troops on me. That's when I look. I wish I wish that were true but I look out Investi campuses today and I look at particularly our Jewish leaders on campus and are looking for example Union of Jewish students and that response to Israel apartheid week which was an attempt to against unstitched misers rebels to have a peace week. I saw students. On campuses holding Palestinian flags will cut. It's ready plaques. They believe that the best way I support Israel and the best way to pay respect to mel opponents to disrespect of so I oppose that wholeheartedly. I think it's essential show is when we'll supporting Israel. Our primary consent shouldn't be others. Think about such a primary concern should be to promote strong Israel and too shy to be on a public and take about how support for our collective civil rights but name designed as I at the same time. I don't know I just always about restricting freedom of speech for example group which is approaching state solution groupon on university. Campuses is awesome bre head-to-head debate. They refused to debate me Scattered and then bill but they did. They did say however they were. Debate me on a panel discussing dissipate view. Message on the noises. Of course. Of course they would discuss discuss Zionism with me on a panel where other speakers include. We had any leads they were meant to be on the panel to Fanta speaking. They pulled out so you know I want people to talk about. I don't mind people scrutinize our ideas terrorist apiece. I'm golden happy to do so. I'm more than happy to be subjected to to uprootal sort but what I will not accept. Is that students on University University. Campuses must feel they have to digitize false narratives in order to gain the oversize vitamin K. Quite frankly if we have no support on university campus. I don't care if anti Semitism is rather. I don't care juice. Think about us. I can we juice juice to antisemitism is always existed. It always will exist of a pessimist but I believe that we should be wide. What's outside the bus because we all and if we are people that disrespects ourselves accepts at free foods force narrative made against us and who always a people? And how do we fight this. How To be five hundred Smith back to the artists to to clarify define what you're is the organization that said Kaddish? The morning prayer had promoted a cut.

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

"Ala truck ram fifteen hundred our SUV the pace and now supercar of the year the asked him on DBS Sabella gavea. All right. What's left on the list the car of the year? This is kind of exciting. A lot of people have a hard time, which using car of the twenty vehicles eligible to be car of the year this year all had a good time with all of them car of the year is the Genesis g seventy and it's an easy win for Genesis. Because the competition is all really good Howdy. Six seven was in this bunch. But this kind of came out of nowhere didn't expect it to be as amazing when I first learned about it. But then you have to look at who's behind it. Album who came from BMW's 'em vehicles. Who is guy that tuned, the vehicle, and you look at the designer in the list of who's who is basically over at Genesis now building cars from Audi Lamborghini. They just got a who's who of caused us. I'd say, and so it was pretty much an O'Brien joining us on the phone. He's my friend. Jeff Jabotinsky, Jeff congratulations on winning the car of the year. It's will deserve by Genesis. Thank you neck. And you said it better than you better than I could we have such an incredible team working on the products at Genesis right now, and it really is an honor to be selected as your car of the year. And he's driving a lot of cars. So tell me was this like a major recruiting drive several years ago because I looked down at who's working re-genesis now, and it really is a cream of the crop from supercars and luxury cars across the world. Yeah. I mean, it's exactly that Genesis knew that to compete. With the best vehicles in the world. She needs to have the best team. So they went, and they recruited Luke Duncan Keith ahead up design, as you mentioned Albert Bearman who had a key role in developing the suspension and the handling for g seventy and and more people than I could list right now who came with an incredible background, and they're gonna be developing the products for Genesis going forward. So the the rumor is is a lot more coming from Genesis. A you have three vehicles g seventy eighty ninety right now. The the most significant probably is the g seventy it's the newest vehicle out of the fleet. There are very few people that didn't think g seventy wasn't one of the best 'cause to come out in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. And everything that you're saying I mean, it's something that that we know that when people drive the car, they they understand it g seventy you really have to drive to understand. I mean, it's it's good to look at. And and the numbers are impressive. But the second you get behind the wheel if you pre she ate driving or you appreciate us. You know? The complete luxury experience you're gonna find something you really like to. Let's talk about facts. I would expect a call. I start around the fifty thousand dollar is a premium vehicle, but it starts on the thirty five thirty four nine to get into the g seventy with with the two liter turbo engine. It's a really great price point. When when you look at the rest of the competition, the other vehicles that are coming out in that in that segment, you have to option them up a lot to get the content. You get even on a base g seventy when we went to the launch in New Hampshire. New england. We were we were at the launch with you, the the didn't want, you know, you guys didn't want us to be babies about it. You wanted us to get out and really push the car, in fact, so much so that you let us without a co driver do auto cross and do our drifting of the vehicle as would will. And that's probably the PA. The made me fall in love with it. The most you don't scared to let people play with it. Nick you and I have spent enough time in the car together. I wouldn't be scared. I think I think we we had we had absolutely no qualms. No, no reservations about that. I think one of the fun things is Genesis is really making itself into a brand that is competing heavily with the competition. More to come from Genesis, Jeff. Absolutely. You should be watching Genesis very closely as we get ready to unveil up more products, including the long-awaited sports, utility vehicle. All right. Breath. Jeff, thanks for joining us on ready out is this day and congratulations on.

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

"Now supercar of the year the asked him on a db s Sabella gavea. All right. What's left on the list that car of the year? This is kind of exciting. A lot of people have a hard time with choosing car of the year. Twenty vehicles are eligible to be car of the year this year driven all had a good time with all of them out car of the year is the Genesis g seventy and it's an easy win for Genesis. Because the competition is all really good county a six seven was in this bunch. But this kind of came out of nowhere didn't expect it to be as amazing when I first learned about it. But then you have to look at who's behind it Al who came from BMW's 'em vehicles. Who is guy that tuned, the vehicle, and you look at a designer the list of who's who is basically over at Genesis now building cars. From Audi Lamborghini. They just got a who's who have caused us. I'd say, and so it was pretty much a no brainer. Joining us on the phone is my friend. Jeff Jabotinsky, Jeff congratulations on winning the car of the year. It's deserve by Genesis. Thank you, Nick. And you've said it better than you better than I could. We have such an incredible team working on the products at Genesis right now, and it really is an honor to be selected as your car of the year. And he's driving a lot of cars. So tell me was this like a major recruiting drives several years ago because I looked down at who's working re-genesis now, and it really is a cream of the crop from supercars and luxury cars across the world. Yeah. I mean, it's exactly that Genesis knew that to compete with the best vehicles in the world you need to have the best team. So they went, and they recruited Luke Donka, bulky design, as you mentioned Albert Bearman who had a key role in developing the suspension and the handling for g seventy and and more people than I could list right now, you can with an incredible background. And they're gonna be developing. The products are Genesis going forward. So the the rumor is is a lot more coming from Genesis, you have three vehicles g seventy eighty ninety right now, the the most significant and probably. Is the g seventy it's the newest vehicle out of the fleet. There are very few people that didn't think would g seventy wasn't one of the best cars to come out in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. And you know, everything that you're saying, I mean, it's something that that we know that when people drive the car, they understand it g seventy you really have to drive to understand. I mean, it's to look at and the numbers are impressive. But the second you get behind the wheel driving or you appreciate you know. Complete luxury experience, you're gonna find something you really like to. Let's talk about facts. I would expect a call. I start around the fifty thousand dollar range is a premium vehicle, but it starts on the thirty five thirty four nine to get into the g seventy with with the two liter turbo engine. It's it's a really great price point. When you look at the rest of the competition and the other vehicles that are coming out in that in that segment, you have to option them up a lot to get the feature content. You get even on a base seventy when we went to launch in New Hampshire. New england. We were we were at the launch with you, the the didn't want, you know, you guys didn't want us to be babies about it. You wanted us to get out and really push the car, in fact, so much so that you let us without a co driver do auto cross and do our drifting of the vehicle as would will. And that's probably the poverty may be fall in love with it. The most you don't scared to let people play with it. Nick you and I have spent enough time in the car together. I wouldn't be scared. I think I think that we had we had absolutely no qualms. No, no reservations about that. I think one of the fun things is that Genesis is really making itself into a brand that is competing heavily with the competition. More to come from Genesis, Jeff. Absolutely. You should be watching Genesis very closely as we get ready to unveil a bunch more products, including the long-awaited sports, utility vehicle. All right. I'm holding my breath. Jeff, thanks for joining us on radio to this day..

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

"Ala truck ram fifteen hundred our SUV the Jaguar supercar of the year the asked him on DBS Sabella gather. All right. What's left on the list? The car of the year. This is kind of exciting. A lot of people have a hard time with choosing car of the twenty vehicles are eligible to be car of the year this year. Trouble all had a good time. With all of them are car of the year is the Genesis g seventy and it's an easy win for Genesis. Because the competition is all really good Audi a six seven was in this bunch. But this kind of came out of nowhere didn't expect it to be as amazing when I first learned about it. But then you have to look at who's behind it album who came from BMW's 'em vehicles. Who is the guy that tuned, the vehicle and you look at the designer the list of who's who is basically over at Genesis now building. Ause from Saudi to Lamborghini. They just got a who's who have caused us. I'd say, and so it was pretty much a no-brainer. Joining us on the phone is my friend. Jeff Jabotinsky, Jeff, congratulations on winning the car of the year will deserve by Genesis. Thank you, Nick. And you you said it better than you better than I could we have such an incredible team working on the products at Genesis right now, and it really is an honor to be selected as your car the year driving a lot of cars, tell me it was this like a major recruiting drives several years ago because I I looked down at who's working re-genesis now, and it really is a cream of the crop from supercars and luxury cars across the world. Yeah. I mean, it's exactly that Genesis knew that to compete with the best vehicles in the world you need to have the best team. So they went and they recruited Luke Donka, bulky design. I'm as you mentioned Albert Bearman who had a pretty key role. Role in developing the suspension and the handling Reggie seventy and and more people than I could list right now, you can with an incredible background. And they're gonna be developing. The products are Genesis going forward. So the the rumor is is a lot more coming from Genesis you have three vehicles g seventy eighty ninety right now. The the most significant probably is the g seventy the newest vehicle out of the fleet. There are very few people that didn't think would g seventy wasn't one of the best cars to come out in two thousand eighteen and you know, everything that you're saying I mean, it's something that that we know that when people drive the car, they they understand it g seventy you really have to drive to understand. I mean, it's good to look at. And and the numbers are impressive. But the second you get behind the wheel if you driving or you appreciate the complete luxury experience, you're gonna find something really like to. Let's talk about facts. I would expect a call. I start around the fifty thousand dollar range is a premium vehicle, but it starts on the thirty five thirty four nine to get into the g seventy with with the two liter turbo engine. It's a really great price point. When when you look at the rest of the competition and the other vehicles that are coming out in that in that segment, you have to option them up a lot to get the content. You get even on a base g seventy when we went to launch in New Hampshire. New england. We were the launch with you the the didn't want, you know, you guys didn't want us to be babies about it. He wanted us to get out and really push the car, in fact, so much so that you let us without a co driver do auto cross and do our drifting of the vehicle as would will. And that's probably the PA. The made me fall in love with it. The most you don't scared to let people play with it. Nick you and I have spent enough time in the car together. I wouldn't be scared. I think I think that we had we had absolutely no qualms. No reservations about that. I think one of the fun things is that Genesis is really making itself into a brand that is competing heavily with the competition. More to come from Genesis, Jeff. Absolutely. You should be watching Genesis very closely as we get ready to unveil a bunch more products, including the long-awaited sports, utility vehicle. All right. I'm onto my breath. Jeff, thanks for joining us on the radio is this day and congratulations.

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

"Named our truck the ram fifteen hundred our SUV the jagged, I pay supercar of the year the asked him on DBS Sabella again. All right. What's left on the list that car of the year? This is kind of exciting. A lot of people have a hard time with choosing twenty vehicles eligible to be car of the year this year German all had a good time with all of them are car of the year is the Genesis g seventy and it's an easy win for Genesis. Because the competition is all really good bounty. A six seven was in this bunch. But this kind of came out of nowhere didn't expect it to be as amazing when I first learned about it. But then you have to look at who's behind it album who came from BMW's 'em vehicles. Who is a guy that tuned, a vehicle, and you look at the design the list of who's who is basically over at Genesis now building cars. From Audi Lamborghini. They just got a who's who have caused ause. I'd say, and so it was pretty much a no brainer. Joining us on the phone is my friend. Jeff Jabotinsky, Jeff congratulations on winning the car of the year, we'll deserve. But genesis. Thank you, Nick. And you you said it better than you better than I could we have such an incredible team working on the products at Genesis right now, and it really is an honor to be selected as your car of the year driving a lot of cars. Tell me was this like a major recruiting drives several years ago because I look down at who's working re-genesis now, and it really is a cream of the crop from supercars and luxury cars across the world. Yeah. I mean, it's exactly that Genesis knew that to compete with the best vehicles in the world you need to have the best team. So they went and they recruited loop Duncan Keith ahead up design, as you mentioned Albert Bearman who had a pretty key role. In developing the the suspension and the handling for g seventy and and more people than I could list right now who came with an incredible background. And they're gonna be developing. The products are Genesis going forward. So the rumor is is a lot more coming from Genesis. A you have three vehicles g seventy eighty ninety right now. The the most significant probably is the seventy it's the newest vehicle out of the fleet. There are very few people that didn't think gee, seventy wasn't one of the best cars to come out in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. And you know, everything that you're saying, I mean, it's something that that we know that when people drive the car, they they understand it g seventy you really have to drive to understand. I mean, it's it's beautiful to look at the numbers are impressive. But the second you get behind the wheel if you driving or you appreciate, you know, complete luxury experience, you're gonna find something you really like to. Let's talk about facts. I would expect a call. I start around the fifty thousand dollar is a premium vehicle, but it starts on the thirty five. Yeah. Thirty four nine to get into the g seventy with with the two liter turbo engine. It's it's a really great price point. When when you look at the rest of the competition and the other vehicles that are coming out in that in that segment, you have to option them up a lot to get the feature content. You get even on a base g seventy when we went to the launch in New Hampshire. New england. We were we were at the launch with you, the the didn't want, you know, you guys didn't want us to be babies about it. He wanted us to get out and really push the car, in fact, so much so that you let us without a co driver do auto cross and do our drifting of the vehicle as would will. And that's probably the PA. The made me fall in love with it. The most you don't scared to let people play with it. Nick you, and I have spent enough time in the car together that I wouldn't be scared. I think I think we we had we had absolutely no qualms. No, no reservations about that. I think one of the fun things is that Genesis is really making itself into a brand that is competing heavily with the competition. More to come from Genesis, Jeff. Absolutely. You should be watching Genesis very closely as we get ready to unveil a bunch more products, including the long-awaited sports, utility vehicle amount of my breath. Jeff, thanks for joining us on ready out is this day and congratulations.

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

"Truck ram fifteen hundred our SUV the Jaguar supercar of the year the asked him on DBS Sabella gather. All right. What's left on the list that car of the year? This is kind of exciting. A lot of people have a hard time which using carbon at twenty vehicles or eligible to be car of the year. This year traveled all had a good time with all of them out of the year is the Genesis g seventy and it's an easy win for Genesis. Because the competition is all really good Howdy. A six seven was in this bunch. But this kinda came out of nowhere didn't expect it to be as amazing when I first learned about it. But then you have to look at who's behind it album who came from BMW's 'em vehicles. Who is a guy tuned, the vehicle, and you look at the designer the list of who's who is basically over at Genesis now building cars. From Audi Lamborghini. They just got a who's who of caused us. I'd say, and so it was pretty much a no brainer. Joining us on the phone is my friend. Jeff Jabotinsky, Jeff congratulations on winning the car of the year. It's deserve by Genesis. Thank you, Nick. And you said it better than you better than I could we have such an incredible team working on the products at Genesis right now, and it really is an honor to be selected as your car the year. Driving a lot of cars. Yeah. It's tell me it was this like a major recruiting drives several years ago because I I looked down at who's working re-genesis now, and it really is a cream of the crop from supercars and luxury cars across the world. Yeah. I mean, it's exactly that Genesis knew that to compete with the best vehicles in the world world's needs to have the best team. So they went and they recruited Luke Donka, bulky design. I'm as you mentioned Albert Bearman who had a pretty key role. In developing the suspension and the handling for g seventy and and more people than I could list right now who can with an incredible background. And they're going to be developing. The products are Genesis going forward. So the rumor is is a lot more coming from Genesis. A you have three vehicles g seventy eighty ninety right now. The most significant probably is the g seventy it's the newest vehicle out of the fleet. There are very few people that didn't think g seventy wasn't one of the best cars to come out in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. And you know, everything that you're saying, I mean, it's something that that we know that when people drive the car, they they understand it g seventy you really have to drive to understand. I mean, it's it's beautiful. Look at the numbers are impressive. But the second you get behind the wheel if you're driving or you appreciate just, you know. A complete luxury experience you're gonna find something you really like to. Let's talk about facts, I would expect this to start around the fifty thousand dollar range is a premium vehicle, but it starts on the thirty five thirty four nine to get into the g seventy with with the two liter turbo engine. It's a really degrade price point when when you look at the rest of the competition and the other vehicles that are coming out in that in that segment, you have to option them up a lot to get the future content. You get even on a base g seventy when we went to the launch in New Hampshire. New england. We were we were at the launch with you, the the didn't want, you know, you guys didn't want us to be babies about it. He wanted us to get out and really push the car, in fact, so much so that you let us without a co driver do auto cross and do our drifting of the vehicle as would will. And that's probably the part that made me fall in love with it. The most you don't scared to let people play with it. Nick you, and I have spent enough time in the car together that I wouldn't be scared. I think I think that we had we had absolutely no qualms. And no, no reservations about that. I think one of the fun things is Genesis has really making itself into a brand that is competing heavily with the competition. More to come from Genesis, Jeff. Absolutely. You should be watching Genesis very closely as we get ready to unveil a bunch more products, including the long-awaited sports vehicle. All right. I'm holding my breath. Jeff, thanks for joining us on radio to this day. And congratulations.

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

"All right. What's left on the list? The car of the year. This is kind of exciting. A lot of people have a hard time with choosing car of the other at twenty vehicles are eligible to be car of the year this year, German all good. A good time with all of them are car of the drum. Roll is the Genesis g seventy and it's it's an easy win for Genesis. Because the competition is all really good a six seven was in this bunch. But this cannot came out of nowhere didn't expect it to be as amazing when I first learned about it. But then you have to look at who's behind it album who came from the Mercedes been sorry the came from BMW's 'em vehicles. Who is guy that Choon the vehicle and you look at the designer? I'm the list of who's who is basically over at Genesis now building cars from. Audi lamborghini. They just got a who's who of caused? I'd say, and so it was pretty much a no brainer. Joining us on the phone. He's my friend. Jeff Jabotinsky, Jeff congratulations on winning the car of the year. It's a well-deserved by Genesis. Thank you neck. And you said it better better than I could. We have such an incredible team working on the products at Genesis right now, and it really is an honor to be selected as your car the year driving a lot of cars. So tell me it was this like a major recruiting drives several years ago because I looked down at who's working re-genesis now, and it really is a cream of the crop from supercars and luxury cars across the world. Yeah. I mean, it's exactly that Genesis knew that to compete with the best vehicles in the world you need to have the best team. So they went and they recruited Luke dunker, bulky ahead up design. I'm as you mentioned Albert Bearman who had a pretty interesting key role in developing the the suspension and the handling for g seventy and and more people than I could list right now, you can with an incredible background, and they're gonna be developing the products for Genesis going forward. So the the rumor is is a lot more coming from Genesis you have three vehicles g seventy eighty ninety right now. The most significant. Probably is the seventy it's the newest vehicle out of the fleet. There are very few people that didn't think gee, seventy wasn't one of the best cars to come out in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. And you know, everything that you're saying, I mean, it's something that that we know that when people drive the car, they they understand it g seventy you really have to drive to understand. I mean, it's it's good to look at. And the numbers are impressive. But the second you get behind the wheel driving or you appreciate, you know, complete luxury experience, you're gonna find something you really like to. Let's talk about facts, I would expect this to start around the fifty thousand dollar ages a premium vehicle, but it starts on the thirty five. Yeah. Thirty four nine to get into the g seventy with with the two liter turbo engine. It's a really great price point. When when you look at the rest of the competition and the other vehicles that are coming out in that in that segment, you have to option them up a lot to get the content. You get even on a base g seventy when we went to launch in New Hampshire. New england. We were we were at the launch with you, the the didn't want, you know, you guys didn't want us to be babies about it. You wanted us to get out and really push the car, in fact, so much so that you let us without a co driver do auto cross and do our drifting of the vehicle as would will. And that's probably the PA. The maybe fall in love with it. The most you don't scared to let people play with it. Nick you and I have spent enough time in the car together. I wouldn't be scared. I think I think that we had we had absolutely no qualms. No, no reservations about that. I think one of the fun things is that Genesis is really making itself into a brand that is competing heavily with the competition. More to come from Genesis, Jeff. Absolutely. You should be watching Genesis very closely as we get ready to unveil a bunch more products, including the long-awaited sport, utility vehicle breath. Jeff, thanks for joining us on radio this this day and congratulations.

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

"The year the asked him on a DBS Sabella gather. All right. What's left on the list that car of the year? This is kind of exciting. A lot of people have a hard time with choosing car of the twenty vehicles are eligible to be car of the year this year Jovan all had a good time with all of them are car of the drum. Roll is the Genesis g seventy and it's it's an easy win for Genesis. Because the competition is all really good the Howdy. A six seven was in this bunch. But this kinda came out of nowhere didn't expect it to be as amazing when I first learned about it. But then you have to look at who's behind it album on who came from the Mercedes been sorry, the came from BMW's 'em vehicles. Who is a guy that tuned, the vehicle, and you look at the designer the list of who's who is basically over at Genesis now building cars from Audi. Lamborghini. They just got a who's who have cost us. I'd say, and so it was pretty much a no brainer. Joining us on the phone is my friend. Jeff Jabotinsky, Jeff congratulations on winning the car of the year. Well deserve by Genesis. Thank you, Nick. And you've said it better than you better than I could we have such an incredible team working on the products at Genesis right now, and it really is an honor to be selected as your car of the year. I he's driving a lot of cars. Tell me was this like a major recruiting drives several years ago because I look down at who's working re-genesis now, and it really is a cream of the crop from supercars and luxury cars across the world. Yeah. I mean, it's exactly that Genesis knew that to compete with the best vehicles in the world you need to have the best team. So they went, and they recruited Luke Donka bulky up design as you mentioned Albert Bearman who had a pretty key role in developing the. The suspension and the handling for g seventy and and more people than I could list right now who can with an incredible background. And they're gonna be developing. The products are Genesis going forward. So the the rumor is is a lot more coming from Genesis you have three vehicles g seventy eighty ninety right now. The the most significant probably is the seventy it's the newest vehicle out of the fleet. There are very few people that didn't think g seventy wasn't one of the best cars to come out in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. And you know, everything that you're saying, I mean, it's something that that we know that when people drive the car, they understand it g seventy you really have to drive to understand. I mean, it's it's beautiful to look at. And and the numbers are impressive. But the second you get behind the wheel if you driving or you appreciate, you know, complete luxury experience, you're gonna find something you really like to. Let's talk about facts, I would expect a call like this to start around the fifty thousand dollar is a premium vehicle, but it starts on the thirty five. Yeah. Thirty four nine to get into the g seventy with with the two liter turbo engine. It's it's a really great price point. When when you look at the rest of the competition and the other vehicles that are coming out in that in that segment, you have to option them up a lot to get the feature content. You get even on a base seventy when we went to the launch in New Hampshire. New england. We were we were at the launch with you, the the didn't want, you know, you guys didn't want us to be babies about it. He wanted us to get out and really push the car, in fact, so much so that you let us without a co driver do auto cross and do our drifting of the vehicle as would will. And that's probably the PA. The made me fall in love with it. The most you don't scared to let people play with it. Nick you and I have spent enough time in the car together. I wouldn't be scared. I think I think that we had we had absolutely no qualms. No, no reservations about that. I think one of the fun things is that Genesis is really making itself into a brand that is competing heavily with the competition. More to come from Genesis, Jeff. Absolutely. You should be watching Genesis very closely as we get ready to unveil a bunch more products, including the long-awaited does sports utility vehicle. Breath. Jeff, thanks for joining us on radio this this day and congratulations on.

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

"Of the year the asked him on DBS Sabella gather. All right. What's left on the list? The car of the year. This is kind of exciting. A lot of people have a hard time, which using car of the twenty vehicles are eligible to be car of the year this year, all good. Had a good time with all of them are car of the drum. Roll is the Genesis g seventy and it's it's an easy win for Genesis. Because the competition is all really good a six seven was in this bunch. But this kind of came out of nowhere didn't expect it to be as amazing when I first learned about it. But then you have to look at who's behind it album who came from the Mercedes been sorry the came from BMW's 'em vehicles. Who is a guy that Choon vehicle, and you look at the design the list of who's who is basically over at Genesis now building cars from Audi Lamborghini. They just got a who's who have caused us. I'd say, and so it was pretty much a no brainer. Joining us on the phone is my friend. Jeff Jabotinsky, Jeff congratulations on winning the car of the year. It's will deserve by Genesis. Thank you, Nick. And you said it. Better than you better than I could we have such an incredible team working on the products at tremendous right now, and it really is an honor to be selected as your car the year driving a lot of cars. Tell me was this like a major recruiting drives several years ago because I I looked down at who's working over Genesis now, and it really is a cream of the crop from supercars and luxury cars across the world. Yeah. I mean, it's exactly that Genesis knew that to compete with the best vehicles in the world you need to have the best team. So they went and they recruited Luke Donka, bulky design. I'm as you mentioned Albert Bearman who had a pretty key role in developing the the suspension and the handling for g seventy and and more people than I could list right now who can with an incredible background, and they're gonna be developing the products Genesis going forward. So the the rumor is is a lot more coming from Genesis you have three vehicles g seventy eighty ninety. Right now. The most significant probably is the seventy the newest vehicle out of the fleet. There are very few people that didn't think g seventy wasn't one of the best cars to come out in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. And you know, everything that you're saying, I mean, it's something that that we know that when people drive the car, they understand it g seventy you really have to drive to understand. I mean, it's good to look out. And and the numbers are impressive. But the second you get behind the wheel driving or you. Appreciate you. Complete luxury experience, you're gonna find something you really like to. Let's talk about facts, I would expect a call like this to start around the fifty thousand dollar range is a premium vehicle, but it starts on the thirty five. Yeah. Thirty four nine to get into the g seventy with with the two liter turbo engine. It's it's a really great price point. When when you look at the rest of the competition and the other vehicles that are coming out in that in that segment, you have to option them up a lot to get the feature content. You get even on a base seventy when we went to launch in New Hampshire. New england. We were the launch with you the the didn't want, you know, you guys didn't want us to be babies about it. You wanted us to get out and really push the car, in fact, so much so that you let us without a co driver do auto cross and do our drifting of the vehicle as would will. And that's probably the pod made me fall in love with it. The most you don't scared to let people play with it. Nick you, and I have spent enough time in the car together that I wouldn't be scared. I think I think that we had we had absolutely no qualms. And no, no reservations about that. I think one of the fun things is Genesis is really making itself into a brand that is competing heavily with the competition. More to come from Genesis, Jeff. Absolutely. You should be watching Genesis very closely as we get ready to unveil a bunch more products, including the long-awaited sports, utility vehicle. All right. Breath. Jeff, thanks.

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

"The asked him on DBS Sabella gavea. All right. What's left on the list? The car of the year. This is kind of exciting. A lot of people have a hard time, which using car of the twenty vehicles eligible to be car of the year this year German all had a good time with all of them are car of the year drum roll is the Genesis g seventy and it's it's an easy win for Genesis. Because the competition is all really good, but Howdy, a six eight seven was in this bunch. But this kind of came out of nowhere didn't expect it to be as amazing when I first learned about it. But then you have to look at who's behind it album who came from the Mercedes Benz sorry the came from BMW's 'em vehicles. Who is a guy that Choon the vehicle and you. You look at the designer. I'm the list of who's who is basically over at Genesis now building cars from. Audi lamborghini. They just got a who's who of caused us. I'd say, and so it was pretty much a no brainer. Joining us on the phone. He's my friend. Jeff Jabotinsky, Jeff congratulations on winning the car of the year. It's well deserve by Genesis. Thank you neck. And you said it better than you better than I could we have such an incredible team working on the products at Genesis right now, and it really is an honor to be selected as your car the year driving a lot of cars. So tell me it was this like a major recruiting drive several years ago because I looked down at who's working re-genesis now, and it really is a cream of the crop from supercars and luxury cars across the world. Yeah. I mean, it's exactly that Genesis knew that to compete with the best vehicles in the world you need to have the best team. So they went, and they recruited Luke dunker bulky up design as you mentioned Albert Bearman who had a pretty key. Role in developing the suspension and the handling or g seventy and and more people than I could list right now who came with an incredible background. And they're gonna be developing. The products are Genesis going forward. So the the rumor is is a lot more coming from Genesis you have three vehicles g seventy GED ninety right now. The the most significant probably is the seventy it's the newest vehicle out of the fleet. There are very few people that didn't think g seventy wasn't one of the best cars to come out in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. And you know, everything that you're saying, I mean, it's something that that we know that when people drive the car, they they understand it g seventy you really have to drive understand. I mean, it's it's beautiful to look at. And and the numbers are impressive. But the second you get behind the wheel driving or you. Appreciate just, you know. Complete luxury experience, you're gonna find something you really like to. Let's talk about facts. I would expect a call this the start around the fifty thousand dollars premium vehicle, but it starts on the thirty five. Yeah. Thirty four nine to get into the g seventy with with the two liter turbo engine. It's it's a really degrade price point when when you look at the rest of the competition and the other vehicles that are coming out in that in that segment, you have to option them up a lot to get the feature content. You get even on a base seventy. When we went to launch in New Hampshire. New england. We were we were the launch with you, the the didn't want, you know, you guys didn't want us to be babies about it. You wanted us to get out and really push the car, in fact, so much so that you let us without a co driver do auto cross and do our drifting of the vehicle as would will. And that's probably the PA that made me fall in love with it. The most you don't scared to let people play with it. Nick you and I have spent enough time in the car together. I wouldn't be scared. I think I think we we had we had absolutely no qualms. No, no reservations about that. I think one of the things is that Genesis is really making itself into a brand that is competing heavily with the competition. More to come from Genesis, Jeff. Absolutely. You should be watching Genesis very closely as we get ready to unveil a bunch more products, including the long-awaited dot sport, utility vehicle breath. Jeff, thanks for joining us on radio this this day and congratulations on.

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on KOMO

"Of the year the asked him on a db s Sabella Ganda? All right. What's left on the list? The car of the year. This is kind of exciting. A lot of people have a hard time which using carbon at twenty vehicles who are eligible to be car of the year this year, all good. A good time with all of them are car of the drum. Roll is the Genesis g seventy and it's it's an easy win for Genesis. Because the competition is all really good Howdy. A six eight seven was in this bunch. But this kind of came out of nowhere didn't expect it to be as amazing when I first learned about it. But then you have to look at who's behind it album on who came from the Mercedes been sorry that came from BMW's 'em vehicles. Who is a guy that tuned, the vehicle and you look at the designer. I'm the list of who's who is basically over. Genesis now building cars from. Audi lamborghini. They just got a who's who have caused us. I'd say, and so it was pretty much a no brainer. Joining us on the phone. He's my friend. Jeff Jabotinsky, Jeff congratulations on winning the car of the year. It's will deserve by Genesis. Thank you, Nick. And you said it better than better than I could. We have such an incredible team working on the products at Genesis right now, and it really is an honor to be selected as your car the year driving a lot of cars. So tell me was this like a major recruiting drive several years ago because I I look down at who's working re-genesis now, and it really is a cream of the crop from supercars and luxury cars across the world. Yeah. I mean, it's exactly that Genesis knew that to compete with the best vehicles in the world you need to have the best team. So they went and they recruited Luke Donka, bulky head of design. I'm as you mentioned Albert Bearman who had a pretty key. Role in developing the the suspension and the handling for g seventy and and more people than I could list right now who can with an incredible background. And they're going to be developing out, the the products re-genesis going forward. So the rumor is is a lot more coming from Genesis you have three vehicles g seventy eighty ninety right now. The the most significant probably is the g seventy it's the newest vehicle out of the fleet. There are very few people that didn't think gee, seventy wasn't one of the best cars to come out in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. And you know, everything that you're saying, I mean, it's something that that we know that when people drive the car, they they understand it g seventy you really have to drive to understand. I mean, it's to look at and the numbers are impressive. But the second you get behind the wheel driving or you. Appreciate just, you know, complete luxury experienced you're gonna find something you really like to. Let's talk about facts, I would expect a call this start around the fifty thousand dollar range is a premium vehicle, but it starts on the thirty five. Yeah. Thirty four nine to get into the g seventy with with the two liter turbo engine. It's it's a really great price point. When when you look at the rest of the competition and the other vehicles that are coming out in that in that segment, you have to option them up a lot to get the feature content. You get even on a base seventy when we went to launch in New Hampshire. New england. We were we were at the launch with you, the the didn't want, you know, you guys didn't want us to be babies about it. You wanted us to get out and really push the car, in fact, so much so that you let us without a co driver do auto cross and do our drifting of the vehicle as would will. And that's probably the that made me fall in love with it. The most you don't scared to let people play with it. Nick you and I have spent enough time in the car together scared. I think I think we we had we had absolutely no qualms. And no, no reservations about that. I think one of the fun things is that Genesis is really making itself into a brand that is competing heavily with the competition. More to come from Genesis, Jeff. Absolutely. You should be watching Genesis very closely as we get ready Bill a bunch more products, including the long-awaited sports, utility vehicle. Breath. Jeff, thanks for joining us on radio this this day and congratulations on.

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"Or was it a predominantly Ashkenazi endeavor? Well, it's a good question. Because I think that in my book, I do speak about the process of Ashkenazis ation of of Arabic-language, especially because you know, when you speak about the massages. So when we look at the folks, the nine hundred forties is real anger of the Missouri Jewish community in the country that we're actually people who were born in the country who spoke out because the first language or new. You are very well. And who felt that the project the national project is being hijacked surge. Speak always being dominate led by kinetico Jusin, as we all know, it is also not a sector, the time vitamin Heltzel, and we'd been gone and Jabotinsky were not of Iraqi oil Syrian Iranian becoming the only person that was kind of showing move. Interesting data clang new be better is Marshall et. And even though he wasn't of Arab orgin. And in addition lines book the ion world, he actually focuses on the image of Masha. And he says how different he was from the other van Zionist affected his politics. And and it is also affected of politics. But then coming back to the Missouri community. And again, we need to speak about the way the big wave of immigration to the country nineteen fifties. And then again nine hundred sixty s from countries that actually Jews will very fluent in our language, folks. Iraqi Jews from nine hundred fifty one word so they are coming into a country in which the Jews are actually fighting the Arabs. And they all idea about the Jewish Arab identity elite who the lobby and slogans that were at the time popular, let's say in Iraq in the nineteen twenties and nineteen thirties. Pablo? Would we are before we'll even Jews? We're not even imaginable in Israel in the nineteen fifties. This idea that the Jew is also an Arab wasn't wasn't imaginable in this situation with Jews are actually fighting they're up and the two all on a on a on a zero sum game. And I think that it was then that there was also a distancing of the Arabic language, and our culture, not only by the Askin as Jews Israeli society, but also by misled communities themselves, there are few researchers have been conducted about this topics that shows that despite the fact that our because official anguish, and despite the big is lingua franca in Israel. And despite the fact that unlike other languages actually connected to the Jewish religion and Hebrew language knows the medically connected. The second generation and surgeon region of misery Jews did not want to have anything to do with our klenge, especially because they were suspected so. But what about the first generation say all the the immigrants from Iraq? And and other countries where they predominantly the corpus of. Arabic teachers in the fifties and sixties or were they marginalized because they didn't fit in with the establishment in the nineteen fifties. And sixties I would say that was a considerable part of the teacher in the Jewish education system will actually teach us from Iraq from Syria. I mean, Jewish Rockies and Jewish AGIP shins, but first they have to teach according to the quick lem. And if the curriculum focuses, for example, on literally other than stunned bec-, not on any active skills of the language already. You know, this is the boundaries in which they need to operate. Secondly, it was in a way, and especially when you look at the way that Arabic was taught in the nine hundred fifty nine hundred fifty was a big Phil of the IRA other of the enemy, and then there was a decision, for example, that Arabic should be taught in a Jewish in cliff or in Jewish so to speak protected space, and there is a few quotes that are quote in my book about how big should be taught as a sentiment free language. Which means we are fighting their ups. We cannot teach it as a language of culture language of education as the language of prosperty of the language of peace as the language of it is very much needed in order to preserve and in order to serve Israel national security. So that was the I I would say that was something that was even bigger than Jewish culture because I massage culture had to be adapted into a new society in which are ups were not celebrated an Arab culture was not celebrated and this kind of the creation of Israeli culture was very much also Ashkenazi nature, or at least rejected or disregarded. It's are ingredients. But more than this..

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"Or was it a predominantly Ashkenazi endeavor? Well, it's a good question. Because I think that in my book, I do speak about the process of Ashkenazis ation of of Arabic-language, especially because you know, when you speak about the massages. So when we look at the folks, the nine hundred forties is real anger of the Missouri Jewish community in the country that we're actually people who were born in the country who spoke out because the first language or new. You are very well. And who felt that the project the national project is being hijacked surge. Speak always being dominate led by kinetico Jusin, as we all know, it is also not a sector, the time vitamin Heltzel, and we'd been gone and Jabotinsky were not of Iraqi oil Syrian Iranian becoming the only person that was kind of showing move. Interesting data clang new be better is Marshall et. And even though he wasn't of Arab orgin. And in addition lines book the ion world, he actually focuses on the image of Masha. And he says how different he was from the other van Zionist affected his politics. And and it is also affected of politics. But then coming back to the Missouri community. And again, we need to speak about the way the big wave of immigration to the country nineteen fifties. And then again nine hundred sixty s from countries that actually Jews will very fluent in our language, folks. Iraqi Jews from nine hundred fifty one word so they are coming into a country in which the Jews are actually fighting the Arabs. And they all idea about the Jewish Arab identity elite who the lobby and slogans that were at the time popular, let's say in Iraq in the nineteen twenties and nineteen thirties. Pablo? Would we are before we'll even Jews? We're not even imaginable in Israel in the nineteen fifties. This idea that the Jew is also an Arab wasn't wasn't imaginable in this situation with Jews are actually fighting they're up and the two all on a on a on a zero sum game. And I think that it was then that there was also a distancing of the Arabic language, and our culture, not only by the Askin as Jews Israeli society, but also by misled communities themselves, there are few researchers have been conducted about this topics that shows that despite the fact that our because official anguish, and despite the big is lingua franca in Israel. And despite the fact that unlike other languages actually connected to the Jewish religion and Hebrew language knows the medically connected. The second generation and surgeon region of misery Jews did not want to have anything to do with our klenge, especially because they were suspected so. But what about the first generation say all the the immigrants from Iraq? And and other countries where they predominantly the corpus of. Arabic teachers in the fifties and sixties or were they marginalized because they didn't fit in with the establishment in the nineteen fifties. And sixties I would say that was a considerable part of the teacher in the Jewish education system will actually teach us from Iraq from Syria. I mean, Jewish Rockies and Jewish AGIP shins, but first they have to teach according to the quick lem. And if the curriculum focuses, for example, on literally other than stunned bec-, not on any active skills of the language already. You know, this is the boundaries in which they need to operate. Secondly, it was in a way, and especially when you look at the way that Arabic was taught in the nine hundred fifty nine hundred fifty was a big Phil of the IRA other of the enemy, and then there was a decision, for example, that Arabic should be taught in a Jewish in cliff or in Jewish so to speak protected space, and there is a few quotes that are quote in my book about how big should be taught as a sentiment free language. Which means we are fighting their ups. We cannot teach it as a language of culture language of education as the language of prosperty of the language of peace as the language of it is very much needed in order to preserve and in order to serve Israel national security. So that was the I I would say that was something that was even bigger than Jewish culture because I massage culture had to be adapted into a new society in which are ups were not celebrated an Arab culture was not celebrated and this kind of the creation of Israeli culture was very much also Ashkenazi nature, or at least rejected or disregarded. It's are ingredients. But more than this..

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"It's hard for me to see, you know, even if he appreciated the high tech aspect, and the you know, sort of global successive Israel, don't you think you'll be disturbed by the very different foundations of the state? I'm not trying to push this. Action. It just seems you know, this language really stands out from your book about the kinds of visions. He had. I mean, Israel is a state that deep within its DNA is depends primarily on military might in its own self consciousness, and hurts himself had a very unbuilt view about that. Because on the one hand here's a man who wanted so much to serve in the Austro-Hungarian military and was very upset when he was turned down twice. You went to the military physical twice because he really wanted to serve and he does right in his diaries early on in Zion career in a very positive way about the military. Why does he want to kill people as he violent, man? Not at all. It's about honor. It's about dignity, and which shot through the whole book really is masculinity. This is a man who desperately wants to prove himself to the world as a, ma'am. And in that sense, some of them achieve MO of the state of Israel and its militaristic ethos some of that might actually appeal to him. There was a I think unintentional justification for calling the. Movement of his remains from Vienna to Israel in nineteen forty nine. It was called operation Herzel, and it was done with military officiency in the actual interment ceremony on Mount Herzl. There were soldiers torches, he would've loved it. He would have loved the performance that in that way. He's in that way, the revisionists are not wrong when they claim him to be a kind of a ancestor of Jabotinsky leading Jabotinsky who was very much into the show of military power not for violence per se, but the kind of the honor and dignity that would Hertzel have wanted to state where young soldiers is Rayleigh soldiers are constantly, you know, in battle and where Palestinians are being killed in expropriate. No, he would have found that absolutely horrifying. And the question is though to what extent we can judge any of the founders had soul fights Mun Hotta, even Jabotinsky? Even been going on. We can ask what any of them would have thought. So it is quite striking that the if you look at the history of Israel over the last eight thousand ninety years, Israel and Zionism you'll see that the two main conditions of China's is in the fest phase would be Labour's line is very practical. And all that and the later stage in which we are in now, the more Ethno national chauvinistic type traditional these two would be completely foreign to old huts represented in Seoul in his project. Wouldn't they they would because he's a project again, he's middle class social reformer? He's not a socialist. He flirts with it. But he doesn't like socialism he likes private property. What he writes in the Jewish state in the Jewish state. We will have opera beer, you know, but nationalization of tobacco and alcohol industries. Yes. Because their source of revenue source. So he's a kind of a mom. Moderate state socialist. But they called in Germany at the time Katina's, O'Toole least, which meant socialists of the preface Oriel share, mild, social reformers, that's all he is. But he liked pretty much any mainstream political leader of the early. Twentieth. Century could not have possibly understood the extremes the polarizations that twentieth century twenty first century history of taking us, but raises the question. What can we learn from Hertzel? What can we gain from him today because he was so different? And what I see now is how a post modern take on Hertzel is actually using him to critique the Zionist project as a whole there's a t shirt that shows Seoul, overlooking Jerusalem. It says to to gain I think it was if you will it it is or dog off Hosh this group that was big in the two thousands, still big. Okay. Yeah. They have take on the oldest Rayleigh educational TV show called the Debbie which it taught English to Israel school children on that other visa can elite. They go back in time to children at cartoon that go back in time to eighteen ninety six and they see hurts only go back to the for sinus congress in ninety seven and they see those eyes those big wide is..

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"jabotinsky" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"jabotinsky" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"The ground with the flourishing of Tel-Aviv, for example, as as a turning point to what extent is thanks to the British empire of fostering Zionism ouster, occupied Palestine. Well, you know, the British played one. Group off the other for decades, the Arabs against the Jews Arabs. And so that while there was a one hand that was giving and supportive another hand was taking away and was frustrating these state-building efforts trying to maintain this odd status quo, which no one was happy was more or less the British policy. And you see British. If you go into the parliamentary records, which done you see people who are pro Jewish were were asked the British government to let in more Jews in the immediate prewar era, and the British government has having policy of saying now. Yet those plans to settle Tasmania and monta Gasco all during the same time outlay failed. It did utterly fail. I think they failed for number reasons. One, they failed because the people who are supporting them, these individuals, especially Steinberg, for example, even Zanga to extent they placed their faith in individuals within a governmental system. They didn't really understand perhaps or fully understand our pre sheet, the nature of bureaucracies, and of differences within a government itself of the pros and cons the p, the various opposing forces. So when they did get support from important people, they thought that support was going to necessarily lead to success with individuals. For example, with Chamberlain, let's say or win is acknowledged, Steinberg had two governors of territories in Australia states actually support his plan in Tasmania and Western Australia. But that didn't necessarily mean that they were going to. To actually have the funding, etc. To move this afford. There's also the sense of historical events would Rwanda. One interrupts to a large extent the plan to settle Angola. Once the Portuguese government had already approved it World War Two interrupts the plan to settle Western Australia, which only discussed to some extent my book and Tasmania is interrupted more or less by tragic death. By one of the principals who had a great deal of political connections in Tasmania, not Steinberg, man, whose Steinberg worked with so. And Thirdly, none of these places really caught the imagination of the Jewish masses. So maybe that's really the the bottom line here that you know, it's just the gravitational pool of of the promised land that thanks to the entire project of Jewish nationalism to cough. Maybe those places that you discuss those lands were just not promised enough. I think that there's that is absolutely a part of the story. Here, we just don't see the level of commitment to a religious or sentimental, emotional tach meant to the land of Israel. We just don't see that when it comes to say Madagascar or East African people tried in Zionist congress. They tried to make the case. For example, at the Rift Valley which begins in east Africa, which begins actually in the area where they plan Jewish settlement was just a continuation of greater Israel, which is even more maximalist position than Jabotinsky would would take, but but those sort of practical matters of trying to settle to get Jews out, sadly, perhaps in the sense of saving people's lives did not come to pass. One last question perhaps doto, but is this really an exhaustive study study of alternatives to sign? Because what one glaring absence is perhaps the most high profile example Baraga John that attempt to set up a Jewish as of yet Republican, the Russian far east. Why? Why didn't you not included in right and glad you bring this up always, let's say, first of all, no study is exhaustive. I I would not claim that for my own. I picked these six because I could see a historical connection between them each of these plans besides being actual plans. And besides being the object of commission of scientific study were all promoted by a literary figure, an editor journalist, a writer, fiction and intellectual man of letters..

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