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Interview With Author, Jesse Q. Sutanto
"And we're here with jesse. Qc who tanto the author of dial a for aunties as well as the obsession. Welcome jesse were so excited to have you here on the show. I thank you so much for having me your full disclosure. We've been trying to make this interview happen for months. I feel like to who calling in from. Are you in singapore. No or carter. Indonesia jakarta so time zones are thing. Yeah well So just starting off. Jesse can you tell us a little bit about when you wanted to become a writer like was writing always something that was part of your life. i heard that it took you like eight manuscripts to get published like it was very long journey for you so if you could expand a little bit on that on my never ending saga yeah i mean i i. I've always loved and bucks. And i think it was around like ten years ago now actually longer than that I was like okay. I'm gonna get a master's in creative righty and my parents were like. Oh you should go to business school and outright ending yet right But they supported me anyway that they're wonderful and and so i did that and then it's a heck of a long time After graduating to even get like one book published so that was that was a really long and twist the during with lots and lots of rejections and for the longest time. I was kinda trying to find my voice. And i think around At that time we didn't really have like that diverse You know push for more diverse city. And so i was writing. I didn't think that you know publishing. Would once stories from people like me. And so for the longest time i was just kinda writing occasion characters and stuff like that. So i'm very grateful for all the authors who you-know-who kind of paved. The way for us
Myanmar Coup Leader Arrives in Indonesia for Asean Summit
"Who led the military coup in Myanmar in February, has arrived in Indonesia to discuss the turmoil in his country with regional leaders. It's men and fangs first trip abroad since seizing power, but it has been widely condemned. As Jonathan Head in Jakarta, explains. Mamma's Remember. Question is is general men online? The coup leader recognized as the leader of the country. He's there, and that has caused outrage among opposition groups in Myanmar. Many human rights groups who say this is giving him to factor recognition. What officials here say in Thailand. Other countries is we've got to talk to the person who actually holds power in Yama. You have to talk to him. It's notable that some of the statements from some of the individual states are very careful not to give a sense that they recognize men online as the legal leader of Mama.
Hundreds evacuated from fire at Indonesian oil refinery
"To try and retake this town. Indonesia State Energy company is trying to control a huge fire at an oil refinery. This injured and number of people videos on social media showed an explosion and towering flames. Jerome, We're around reports from Jakarta. A massive effort to extinguish watch fire at the balloon and oil refinery operated by state owned oil and gas company Tamina is underway. At least 20 people are injured and have been brought to a nearby hospital. More victims are expected. In its statement, but I mean, I said the fire broke out shortly after midnight on Monday early morning. The cause of the fire is unknown, but it began during a lightning storm. Nearly 1000 people have been evacuated from their
Stranded residents rescued as floods hit Jakarta
"More than 1000 people across the Indonesian capital of Jakarta were forced to evacuate Saturday as monsoon flooding ravaged the city. According to Reuters. Flooding caused residents in the capital, which is home to 10 million people to walk through shoulder high waters, with emergency personnel working to evacuate elderly residents. In total about 1380 residents were ordered to leave the southern and eastern areas of the city as floodwaters rose. Indonesia's meteorology agency B M K G, warned that more rain could cause even or is flooding in the coming days.
What Made the Indonesian Plane Crash? New Report Sheds Light
"Let's start with an update a preliminary report on the The indonesian airline crash Boeing seven thirty seven five hundred at jakarta on the ninth of january. Twenty twenty one. You'll remember last height. The impact of the java sea and so on the february twenty twenty one indonesia's k and k t released their preliminary report. They reported at the time of issuing this preliminary report. The memory unit of the cockpit voice recorder has not been recovered and the search is continuing. So they're still looking for that darn thing. The cayenne katie reported. The sequence of events on board of the aircraft has known so far. Let's see on the ninth of january boeing's seven five hundred aircraft registration peak. Ac l. c. was being operated by Pt swabia err on us scheduled passenger flight from Soekarno-hatta international airport jakarta to so by the international airport in pontianak pontianak. I don't know. I guess this alaska. No the flight number was S j y one eight two. According to the flight plan filed the fuel endurance was three hours and fifty minutes at seven. Thirty six Ut see which fourteen thirty six local time in daylight conditions flight one eighty two part to five right of jakarta there are two pilots four flight attendants and fifty six passengers on board the aircraft at fourteen thirty six forty six local time. The one eighty two flight pilot contacted terminal. East controller was instructed I want eight flight. One eight two identified on departure. The the standard instrument departure unrestricted climb level to nine. Oh the instrument instruction was read back by the pilot at fourteen. Thirty six fifty one. The flight data recorder recorded that or flight data recorder reported that the auto pilot system engaged and at an altitude of nineteen hundred and eighty feet was engaged. I guess at fourteen thirty eight forty to the flight data recorder recorded that as the aircraft climbed past eight thousand one hundred and fifty feet. The thrust lever of the left engine started reducing while thrust lever position to the right engine in didn't move. The fdr also recorded the left engine and one was decreasing. The right engine and one remained the same at fourteen. Thirty eight fifty one. The flight one eighty two pilot requested to the terminal east controller for a heading changed two zero seven five degrees to avoid weather and the controller approved the request at fourteen. Thirty nine fifty. Four the controller instructed the flight to climb to an altitude of thirteen thousand feet and the instruction was read back by one of the one eighty two flight one eighty two pilots. This was the last known recorded audio radio transmission by the flight. The flight data recorder flight data recorded recorded. The aircraft altitude was about ten thousand nine hundred feet which was the highest altitude recorded. In the flight. Data recorder before the aircraft started. Its descent the autopilot system then disengaged at that point on heading of zero one six degrees the pitch angle was about four and a half degrees nose up and the aircraft rolled to the left to more than forty five degrees. The thrust lever position. The left engine continued decreasing while the right engine. Thrust lever remained at the same position. At fourteen forty local time the flight data recorder the throttle system disengaged and the pitch angle was more than ten cents. X knows down. No it must be ten degrees download little little Translation issue with the text. I think what we use to snag. These articles
Investigators: Throttle problem suspected in Indonesia crash
"Investigators say the suspect a throttle problem to be key in general is Indonesia plane crash experts say a malfunctioning automatic throttle may have cooled the pilots to lose control leading to the Boeing planes plunged into the Java sea just minutes after taking off from Jakarta on January nine killing all sixty two people on board lead investigator says the left engines throttle lever could move back put on its own well altered pundits was engaged would you sing the power output of the engine just before the plunge the experts have issued a preliminary report providing details of the pundits struggle to fly the plane almost as soon as it became airborne I'm Charles de Ledesma
Indonesia Plane Crash Probe Centers on Engine Control Problems
"Okay. The first item in our news segment is from wall. Street journal dot com indonesia plane crash probe centers on engine control. Problems the dad. The data indicates the data indicates the so-called auto throttle system which automatically adjusts feel flow and thrust to maintain the paths at. My pilots wasn't operating properly on one engine. At some point during the boeing seven. Thirty seven five hundred. Climb away from the nation's capital jakarta on january nine according to some of the people familiar with the matter instead of shutting off the system. They said the flight data recorder indicates pilots tried to get the stuck throttle to function such engine control. Malfunctions can create significant differences in power between engines making a twin engine jet harder to control and it kapit potentially distract pilots from maintaining a safe flight. Okay twin engine aircraft such as the seven thirty seven are designed to fly safely on a single engine. I don't know why they're talking about now. Single engine because we're talking about an auto throttle anyway. I'm sorry i should read the wall street. Journal article twin engine aircraft such as the seven thirty seven are designed to fly safely on single engine and pilots are trained to do that in various situations but large differences in thrust between engines according to pilots and safety experts require swift pilot recognition of the problem. Which would ideally be followed by quick responses and manual commands. Harjo sought meco deputy head of indonesia indonesia's national transportation safety committee confirmed the probe is looking into an auto throttle problem. He said investigators may obtain specific information about the pilots handling of the auto throttle after listening to the cockpit voice recorder which authorities are trying to retrieve from the crash. Site that device. The plane's second black box could shed more light on what pilots were saying on the flight. Deck as they responded to the malfunction Let's see those familiar with the details of the probe. Along with safety experts tracking. It said it was too early to draw definitive conclusions about why two experienced pilots lost control. The jet or what other factors may have contributed to the crash information from the flight. Data recorder is under further analysis while pilot records and maintenance files are being examined. Investigators haven't detailed the primary focus of the probe. Though they they say that both engines were putting out power when the jet hit the water killing all sixty two onboard they also have said the location of debris indicates the plane was intact when it hit the water so it goes on in this article a talk about the flights and information. I think that we've already discussed on the show that so apparently there was on previous flights. There were a couple of write ups individual write ups on different flights About the auto throttle system and if that is indeed what happened. Here i i. Don't it's hard for me to mel again. I i hate to say anything because it's all speculation but if the bottles don't work properly than shot the auto throttles off the airplane flies. Just fine without a throttles. There are a lot of airplanes out there today. Blind without auto throttle system. So i hope they didn't get so distracted or focused on the system. They let the airplane. Get away from them and Crash but they tend to be pointing in that direction. I think yeah. I wish i knew more about the seven. Thirty sevens systems but If if i'm guessing correctly The throttles would move In response to the auto throttle which would generate the correct response in the The fayed echo the macula. Whatever feel control system there is On the and these engines So i'm just a bit bemused as to why particularly when you have got You can see the throttled move in response to what the throttle is doing. You can detect the problem. I would be very surprised. That they if they got uncommanded or throttle movement that they wasn't an essay shaded warning with it a bit surprised that the oldest shuttle didn't attorney itself because normally what all throttle does something unusual it's detected by whatever full system there is in the system mandate will turn itself off So yeah. I think you're probably right jeff I think they may have got Over very interested in trying to solve a problem on weren't paying enough attention to what their plane was doing In this situation. It's very important for the pond flying to concentrate on his job and who was trying to find the issue It just to Do their thing almost independently both get involved in trying to fix. What is effectively is just at part throttle full. As you said is relatively minor pro.
Runway Rodents, Flipping Snakes, and other Foreign Object Damage!
"Okay we're gonna start off with one crash that is seems to be in the news Quite a bit lately was a tragedy. It was a seven thirty seven not a seven thirty seven. Max thank you very much Journalists take note. Don't mention seven. Thirty seven max in the same article as this crash please. Because this airplane was a seven. Thirty seven dash five to four registration. Papa kilo charleena. Charlie at fluids first flight on the thirteenth may nineteen ninety-four being delivered to continental airlines. And then how do you pronounce this airlines three swaggie. A- that's pretty good. That's about as we gye sweet swiss regime. Oh i think Our translator staff will be able to tell us exactly. that's this'll be the official pronunciation. Go ahead stuff. This is the language that i unfortunately do not speak. No sorry. I cannot help okay. Well we're going to say this indonesian giant. I like i like mine the best. What do you think okay sounds. Good jeff always okay. Liz was gone with. She's voted for me Took over the aircraft. May of twenty twelve Let's see on the only instance that this airframe has had were bird strikes in nineteen ninety. Four two thousand four two thousand five In march of twenty twenty at the start of the pandemic was parked at soraya for storage in november of last year the aircraft was inspected for an extension of its aircraft operating certificate aoc To december twenty twenty one and a few weeks later it passed inspection. As part of the airline's return to service procedures the boeing seven thirty-seven resume service on the nineteenth of december twenty twenty with his first passenger flight on the twenty second. Now you fast forward to january ninth ninth. Yeah january ninth of so. Let me find the actual narrative here a Seven thirty seven five hundred flight. One eighty two from jakarta to pontianak indonesia with fifty six passengers and six crew had been cleared declined to flight level. Two nine zero was climbing through about ten thousand eight hundred feet. Mfl out of jakarta about eleven nautical miles north of jakarta's Soekarno hatta international airport was over jobs. See when radar and radio contact was lost with the aircraft. The aircraft has so far not turned up anywhere else. Okay this is the original reporting. Of course they did find the wreckage debris And body parts were located in waters of about fifteen meters depth near lung kong island no survivors so we have a few updates here. They did find the flight. Data recorder and it has been successfully downloaded and all three hundred and thirty parameters are recorded recorded are in good condition and currently being analyzed. They also found the just recently. I think on the fifteenth found the vr But they are still looking for the memory unit of the assembly so So far not good with the cockpit voice recorder recovery. Unless there's been recent news that i didn't see i did check this this morning though So yeah. I kind of interesting They don't really have any other. Data will of course the flight data recorder data that. We hasn't been released yet. So i would imagine that maybe the investigators have some idea of what happened to the airplane but we don't know anything about it yet except that it crashed system where i i saw a little bit of Flight right on twenty four all made it looked like it was on a relatively straight climb out that it began a unexpected turn and then it sort of compared to spiral downwards on so. Yeah the dwell nba. There is another. There's another one that we're going to talk about a citation Jet citation five over oregon. That did that but this one was flying a heading. That was not The assigned heading. I think they gave him a zero seven five heading but it continued to the northwest. And that's when they first realized that there was something going on with The flight. I may be confusing. The two don't worry amount me. Okay was that i'm sorry i guess. Was that heading zero five. Some they requested or or something that was assigned atc. I think that that was something that was. I think that was assigned by abc. And i don't think it was a part of the departure procedure. I think they gave them that vector. I think i'm remembering that correctly But yeah it It didn't Fly that heading. I guess that was or maybe it was supposed to fly that general heading and they noticed the controllers noticed that they were not that we're continuing To the north west
Indonesian searchers hunt for crashed plane’s voice recorder
"Looking for a crashed plane's cockpit voice recorder have been searching and mud and plane debris on the seabed between Indonesian islands toe Find out why jet crashed into the water over the weekend. Navy divers yesterday recovered the flight data recorder from the jet that disappeared Saturday, minutes after taking off from Jakarta with 62 aboard. Finding the voice recorder would be a big help in the probe of the 26 year old Boeing 7 37 500 resumed commercial flights last month after almost nine months out of service because of flight cutbacks caused By the Corona virus pandemic. Indonesia's top aviation official says the plane was inspected December 2nd, including checks for engine corrosion and was declared airworthy.
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Indonesian searchers hunt for crashed plane's voice recorder
"The flight data recorder from a plane that went down off the coast of Indonesia has been recovered by divers. The plane crashed Saturday after taking off from Jakarta in heavy rain. Investigators believe it won't be long before the second black box. The cockpit voice recorder
Black box from Indonesian jet recovered from ocean floor
"Indonesia, says Navy divers have recovered the flight data recorder from a passenger jet that crashed into the Java Sea last Saturday. The BBC's Jonathan head reports. The plane fell into the ocean after taking off from Jakarta. Two days after they first detected signals underwater, Indonesian divers were able to retrieve the Boeing 73 sevens flight data recorder, one of the two so called black box recorders carried on most passenger aircraft. This will indicate what was happening to the controls and engines in the last minute of flight when the airliner suddenly veered off its assigned route and then plunged almost vertically into the sea, the BBC's Jonathan head
Divers recover 'black box' from crashed Indonesia plane
"Indonesian navy divers searching the ocean floor have recovered a black box Hey Jeff the crash into the Java sea over the weekend with sixty two people on board but given up but now I'm on I'm back at the cabin among other local TV stations will cost footage of divers on an inflatable vessel with a large container holding the device heading to the Jakarta port it's not immediately clear if the device was of the plane's flight data or cockpit voice recorder recovery is expected to help investigators determine what caused the Boeing seven forty seven five hundred plane to nose dive into the ocean in heavy rain shortly after takeoff from Jakarta on Saturday I'm Charles the last month
Divers recover crashed Indonesian plane's data recorder
"The ocean floor have recovered the flight data recorder from the jetliner that crashed into the Java Sea Saturday with 62 people on board. The device expected to help investigators determine what caused the Boeing 7 37 500 plane to nose dive into the ocean and heavy rain shortly after takeoff from Jakarta Video shows divers on an inflatable vessel with a large white container containing the device heading to a port in Jakarta. Military official says planes other black box. The cockpit voice recorder will likely be found soon because a radio signal from its locator beacon has been detected in the same general area. More than 3600 rescue personnel. 13 helicopters, 54 large ships and 20 small boats are searching the area just north of Jakarta, where flight 1 82 Crashed into the sea. News and
Black box from Indonesian jet recovered from ocean floor
"Shifting our focus overseas. Now divers and Indonesia say they've located the black box from a commercial jet that crashed over the weekend. Authorities there say all 62 people on board were killed. It was an older model of the Boeing 7 37, not a 7 37 Max. NPR's David Schaper has more The plane took off from Jakarta's international airport Saturday afternoon and a heavy rainstorm, according to the tracking service flight radar 24 climbed to just under 11,000 ft and four minutes But then suddenly went into a steep descent plummeting more than 10,000 ft in less than 30 seconds. Well, that is definitely abnormal. Anthony Brickhouse is a former plane crash investigator for the NTSB and now a professor of aviation safety at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. So the fact that they dove that at that clip is obviously concerning Then there's something that investigators will focus in on. Todd Curtis is a former Boeing safety engineer and now runs They don't have the maneuverability of Let's say a fighter aircraft. If you start going in a very, very high velocity toward the ocean, you can't pull the aircraft out of the dive, and Curtis says What's left of the plane will hold important clues. Debris has been recovered from the ocean surface and from the floor of the ocean. That debris could indicate what the sequence of events was when it came to the airplane breaking out. This particular Boeing plane was 27 years old. But Curtis says that might not matter for large airliners like 2737. Age is not really a consideration. What is the thing that determines whether not an aircraft can be flown at low risk is whether knots properly maintained warmer crash investigator Anthony Brickhouse says the flight data and cockpit voice recorders will also hold vital clues. They give us information. As to what was happening on a specific aircraft in the minutes before that shouldn't happen and actually during the accident, well investigators we released preliminary findings on what may have caused the plane to crash in the coming days and weeks, it could take them a year or longer to reach any final conclusions.
Investigators locate black box from Indonesia air crash
"In Indonesia have located but not yet retrieved the black boxes of a Boeing 7 37 that crashed into the ocean Saturday. 62 people were on board. It was a 7 37 500 that vanished from radar during a flight from Jakarta to Borneo, aircraft parts and some human remains have been found. Coming
Human remains and debris from Indonesian jet found in sea
"Continue to search for victims and debris following a plane crash and Indonesia on Saturday. Correspondent Kitty Logan Believers have been searching on the water. They've already found pieces of wreckage. Bits of the plains, fusing large and tail. Some human remains also good visibility, helping that search Now the aircraft was a Boeing 737 500 operated by three where Gioia Air it was flying from the capital, Jakarta to Borneo island on Saturday. The departure was delayed by an hour because of bad weather and the plane lost contact around four minutes or so. After takeoff. 62 people were onboard the craft. There were no survivors. Authorities say they know the location of the black boxes of the jet. From the
Indonesian divers find parts of plane wreckage in Java Sea
"Now to news from overseas about that deadly indonesian plane crash. We're getting our first look at the wreckage scattered under the sea and we have an important update involving the plane's black boxes. That bradley has more. The first ghostly images have saturdays mysterious crash of indonesia's coast as navy divers hunt for clues scattered on the ocean floor others working late into the night to recover debris like airplane parts luggage clothing and corpses. This is not a rescue mission. All sixty two people. On board the boeing seven thirty-seven five hundred including ten children were killed their families. Devastated this man said. He laughed with his wife on the phone just before takeoff joking by saying when she arrives satay together. He said she replied. That will eat my favorite meal. Tofu to the flight was flying over the java sea from the indonesian capital jakarta but only four minutes after takeoff and amid heavy rains. It suddenly plunged. The plane's black boxes have been located but not yet recovered. Investigators hope they'll offer clues about what went wrong. It's still too early to tell something. Dramatic happened perhaps intentional or perhaps yet another pilot. A confusion issue with inadequate instrumentation questions. Whose answers for now are likely sitting at the bottom of the java. See my probably. Nbc news
"jakarta" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Steps and steps and steps. From the industrial industrially ravaged Ghana's canal in the heartland of America. Downtown Brooklyn. On the program today. Vincent Bevan's. His. Book The Jakarta Method Washington's Anti Communist Crusade. The mass murderer program shaped our world. Not We take a little. Escapism. To, go back into history. From our. Current situation. But also on the program, Fourteen states in Puerto Rico hit record new CO VID infections. Arizona. In A. Medical State of emergency as they get close. To running out of ICU beds. Go Biden in DC Democrats reject the funding the police. For Now! Speaking of which the Minneapolis Police Department admits proactively slash the tires of cars. PUBLICAN SENATE SAYS NO CORONA BILLS. Until July as food banks have yet to receive their promised funds. Meanwhile in the White House trump is freaking out over polls. Threatening to dump jared. That function about Tucker Carlson Clip. We played recently. Meanwhile the New York Times concedes. That the? Organization of American States study regarding Bolivia. Did in fact, not support election fraud charges. which ultimately led. To a coup. The army in the US reverses may rename confederate named faces after all. Jobs. And lastly? You're headed to a national park this year. The trump administration has made it much easier for you to kill bear and wolf clubs cuts. All this and more. On today's majority report. Yes!.
"jakarta" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"In a western part of Indonesia where they're telling people in speeches. You have to help us get the or else. We're going to get you. And then they started arresting. People in mass and people are arrested. Because they don't think anything's GONNA happen to them so a lot of the people that I met. That were victims of this violence survivor. Had their friends killed. They were like hey. I'll go down like an interview at the station like you know I'm just like in. The Teacher's Union are. I'm you know I'm a farmer like whatever but they take them in and they never come out so over the next three or four months they have one million people that stay in concentration camps and another five hundred thousand to a million that are taken out in the middle of the night interest thrown in the river killed and this dynamic is very hard for people to stand up to because nobody knows what happened to the relatives right like we know about like disappearances in Latin America may be the case that disappearances Latin America were sort of a copy of this really effective strategy and at every step of the way the US State Department got reports encouraged more killings by making it very clear that in order for them to receive international recognition at the peak peak. I need to be crushed and handing lists of people to be killed over to the army and then waiting to see if they'd been checked off properly and this is all stuff we didn't know for a very long time. It's only like work like academics and activists that have been going at this for decades and decades. We finally put this picture together but now it's very clear that the US was an active participant in the in the massacre profile. One woman at your book who was seventeen years old. Who had just moved to Jakarta to make money working in a textile factory and he was a trade union to get that job. It was a pretty good job and she would send money home and then she goes home to visit her family. When this all happens and the cops come to our house and arrested for be just being a member of a trade union and she wasn't like a political person for the most part. She was a seventeen year old girl and they arrests her and then like. That's the beginning of a years. Long ordeal like a nightmare. No it's not over for her to her name is Magdalena and her life is still very very difficult. It's it's never like unlike Latin America. These victims were never given in like a big. I'm sorry you didn't do anything wrong. And they still sort of live as outcasts and being told that they were they were guilty but yeah I mean like you said that really is kind of the point of this atrocity was to like to both like ten still such a sense of fear and silence in the entire country that like no one would ever like that to remind you that the people who did it are the victors we won and part of our victory is making sure that like the shame of what we did will never be discussed like not only happened like it's shameful to have been a victim of of this or have a family member who was Murdered and taken away from you and without any official recourse or acknowledgement of that. Yeah and I mean it was extraordinarily effective and I think the reason that people like me could get swept up in this. Is that right before the massacre started about twenty five to thirty percent of the country was somehow an affiliate with the Communist Party. So like you wouldn't be able to just take power and say a worthy government now like you needed this kinda very brutal horrible mass demonstration of as you said. Who's really the boss? If you're going to take over a country where the party that would have won. The elections was the Communist Party right and this was extraordinarily effective. Everyone in Washington understood affected. This was New York Times columnist James. Rest in re wrote a very. You know you for a column about this. This huge success in anticommunist around the world and this is where the book takes its name. They understood how hugely effective this was. And they start talking about this this truecar method or this truecard a plan or Operation Jakarta as they could do in their own country because obviously Suharto got away with it right so if you if you could kill a million innocent people and nothing happens to you you become best friends with with with the White House. People in Latin America people in Southeast Asia. They realize Oh. We could do really anything as long as we say. Anti-communism is the reason and they started coming up with copycat programs all around the world and found like in total the entire Cold War from nineteen forty-five to nineteen ninety five or so over. Twenty countries backed by the United States rallied with the United States. Carried out some kind of mass murder of civilians. Intentional exterminates extermination programs to get rid of either leftist or people. They claim that were left us. I mean so the final sort of thing that I think becomes clear after looking at all. These horrible stories is that the mass murder of innocent civilians was a fundamental part of the way that the United States won. The Cold War ended affected the way that the Cold War shaped the order that followed it. I mean I want to get into this connection to other countries and particularly Brazil and how living and working there lead you to this story but just what you just said you right. I fear that the truth of what happened contradicts so forcefully. Our our idea of what the Cold War was of what it means to be an American or how globalization has taken place that it has simply been easier to ignore it and when I read that like I I thought about how so much of our American national identity is tied up in World War. Two and the idea that we were the good guys in World War. Two and you know we intervene. We stopped a genocidal dictator. And that if we hadn't intervened like he would have got away with it and we might never have even known about it like we stopped we. We're the good guys and there is an unambiguous bad guy and then like to know about something like this. So violently up ends that like stories like this because we like the people in Internet like the people who carried out those atrocities were the victors and they were victorious because they were on our side and not only that they're pretending they're the real victims in all of this and it's just like to win the Cold War essentially. We had to become the thing that we are also proud of ourselves for defeating in world. War Two yeah and I think Not only did they get. Did they win because they were on our side? The reason that they never got punished at all because they're on their side right so we all know about sort of Pol Pot right. We all know about any time. A Communist in the twentieth century committed a crime. And we we have. It's very easy for us to make these connections like Oh that was the international communist movement and whenever a communist in this country does something that everyone's guilty but it's equally true. If not more true that in the twentieth century there was an international anticommunist movement that learn from each other traded officials traded. They had these big meetings several an NC communist International organizations and we don't hear about that side of it. I mean it's only speculation but my best guess is that it's just too. It's not nice to think about right. It's your if you run the world which we do and you you know. The three of us are all sort of beneficiaries indirectly whether or not the United States is does a good job of distributing those benefits to its people. We are sort of indirectly the beneficiaries of that victory. And it's just like it's easier to talk about World War Two. This is why you know that is the big historical thing that always happens..
"jakarta" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The mountains behind Jakarta have been deforested so they can no longer absorb the annual monsoon rain which then calms drain into the sea because the city's canals and rivers are either built over all clogged with rubbish with sea levels rising due to climate change the Indonesian government has now taken the drastic decision to move the capital to another island however that project could also prove environmentally harmful and Jakarta is unrivaled economic opportunities are likely to continue putting in migrants from the rest of the country for many more years for more than a week people in the U. S. states of Colorado and Nebraska have reported seeing a mysterious drones flying their homes newsroom's Pedic often reports residents have said the drones arrive after dark sometimes as many as thirty flight together at a time each with a wing span of nearly two meters the drugs have been frightening paths and farm animals and making people very nervous and while local police and the federal aviation authority you're looking into it they've said they still don't know who's flying the drones or why there's plenty of speculation on social media pointing the finger at everyone from practical jokers to land surveyors to the U. S. Air Force there are more than a hundred and fifty thousand registered drone pilots in the U. S. using more than a million drums the government has already suggested a law that would make it easier to identify drowns making it mandatory for each craft to give off a unique signal in the meantime one Nebraska sheriff is given locals a piece of advice don't try to shoot the drums down it's kind of a joke said sheriff James Brugman but you have to remember the part of the country we live in here don't like their privacy to be invaded he took off and we return now to our top story Iran's most senior at minute truly that general Qassam Silvani has been killed in a rocket attack by the U. S. shortly after arriving in Baghdad as the Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif has described the killing of general so the money as an extremely dangerous foolish escalation chief international correspondent lease do says has this assessment of the way general cinema on is death will affect the region ever since the United States president trump put pulled out to be you Ron at nuclear deal in two thousand and eighteen at the region has been on a number on an arc of escalating tension all of last year month after month many were asking will there be a war in the Persian Gulf will there be a proxy conflict between Iran and America in one of the regional powers out but there was a sense in which nobody wanted war every leader in the region president trump himself said we do not want a war and there were a number of times when people pulled back from the brink but the killing of custom city Monte marks a major turning point I think it's too soon to say just what the Iranians will do but is certain they will have to do something it will be a matter of honor there will be huge fury inside the wrong on that that the United States is now taking responsibility for killing costing city money of course for the United States it's a totally different situation the statement from the Pentagon as we've been reporting said that they hold him responsible for the attacks on American soldiers they hold him responsible for the death of hundreds of American soldiers are in all of the years are since two thousand and three in the US led invasion of Iraq our chief international correspondent least two cents more on this story as it develops in the hours ahead thanks for listening to the news from the BBC world service connects audiences to the world from international news to science sports arts and culture programming BBC world service offers listeners a global perspective distribution of the BBC world service.
"jakarta" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"On the daily to take a look at the Asian newspapers. Joined once again by Ben Murtaugh lecturer in Indonesia and Malaysia at so as Ben we start with the Jakarta globe. Well, as as the opening on says, December second is a historic date for opponents of president Joko Jacoby would odu because this was this day two years ago, which we deficit of success here. But it says successfully mobilized thousands of his limit fundamentalist and conservatives in the streets of Jakarta, demand, the arrest of then governor on blasphemy charges. That's an idea of success. I guess sedately. Yes. This was two years ago to go yesterday. And what happened I it seen as sort of like, the the peak of the sort of Islam Michael position. And there was this huge demonstration which time the little bit violent two years ago. And then following on from that we had the. Charges against Hawkins ended up in prison. And so on. Reminder that this is the twenty th they have had a reunion wingding. Yes. So that was yesterday. So they had this reunions head of bread and to you since an and this is also about the run up to the the presidential elections in Indonesia, which are going to be next next April so five months away. Now says electioneering and for boa who's one of the key candidates sort of against the incumbent, Joey he was there but say he wasn't that speed because of you election laws, but nonetheless, he was speaking and a bunch of other people, but nonetheless, people saying, well, this demonstration wasn't nearly as big as it might have been it showing the eighties pretty big. Yeah. I mean, it takes takes the whole century as an impressive pitching looks pretty crowded all the way up to the the central Mona's. But nonetheless, I guess it showing that your co he's still doing okay in the POS and these op. Position which looks strong two years ago is a little bit fractured jacuzzis taken on some people would say surprise running mate in this in this upcoming election as God like seventy five year old Islam cleric as his running mate as a way to try and counter the Islamic opposition. And so on so I is one of these stories that, you know, we're just kind of stories like this every day now right up to the elections, as you know, is basically some cause for optimism though, that this this might of burned out a little bit this sort of this strange fundamentalist craziness which which saw somebody locked up for bless me. Not I think so I think is a ecause rope to mizzen that may be co is going to win the election and propose not going to. But I don't think is a cause for for elation about the state of the Islamic revivalism that we've got an Indonesia, and is fundamentalism is strong. And it's there is completely change politics. Maintaining the seam of some. What regressive sounding stories emanating from Indonesia. This is the post. Well, the headline sums it up quite nicely as the rest of the world quits, Indonesia wants lax rules tobacco investment does Indonesia see pulse ability here as as the the rest of the world tries to win it so forth tobacco. Yeah. I guess. I mean, Indonesia, obviously grows tobacco and Indonesians smoked tobacco. Yeah. I mean, I it's a weird one. They've got some many tobacco and all the health problems associated with it such a well-known problem, Indonesia, clearly is taking another track, and what was happening is liberalizing the tobacco industry to allow foreign investment coming which has been yes. Quite a coma. One for choline terms of developing infrastructures, always a here is she the tobacco infrastructure. I guess you say with this idea that there's also going to be trickled down to the the small and medium sized companies associated with tobacco. But you know, when the same time the government has this plan to reduce smoking amongst the under eighteen population. So and so forth as just working case and the predictions here actually that numbs of Andrei again and contain gonna rise and so on and this is just storing up enormous problem in into the decades ahead as you know, in disease. Which is still has really quite a young population. And this young male population of smokers gets older is just going to be an enormous crisis for the health system. Hopeful contrast, also from the Jakarta, Jakarta Post, this is a story about cleaning things up as opposed to the other things, although an incredibly depressing photograph..
"jakarta" Discussed on The Working Experience
"Pullin leads targeted leads for their businesses in Craig is in crater you in Australia on the New Zealand living in Jakarta, Indonesia. Excellent Jakarta, Indonesia, and so what what brought you to Jakarta interesting story. We actually came over here for two year adventure on the teacher as my background and watching night created rowing businesses. But we took a bit of a bright come over here for two years. So I could run an international school, and what we really here in the two years. We were we go to make some people make people in community await found that it was quite a need in Indonesia because if human trafficking and woman being forced into prostitution that we would sit up. Health and an employment service and training. And so we actually we've been here for five and a half years. Instead it out two years that we planned all. So we go to bed another year to go here in Indonesia will be hitting back to New Zealand parliament, they will continue traveling around the world so just a two year danger, which is You later. later. Wow. It's funny that you find that you mentioned it sexually horrific human trafficking. But I worked on a TV show for AMC called MC, mafia and part of the research, the show is basically about the modern day mafia base all around the world, but kind of central to Russia, and the the research that had to be done chill wanted to be as realistic as possible. So the research was done on the human trafficking rings of moving women in unfortunately, children through through Europe, Israel, Africa, eastern, Europe, Russia Asia. And it was it was horrifying actually learning. The details. Of you know, this dark business, you know, this this dark web of you know, people actually treating human beings for profit. It's just it's unbelievable. Yeah. Yeah. The research sites that even teach sales people every year in Asia alone. Wow. Wow. That's that's insane. Okay. So we kinda started out on a dark note. But so you've you're you're there for a year, you're there with your wife. So what does your wife do? We would give on for physician basement funds when we were in New Zealand, and I mean, the heat she really spoke on making sure we see that. Well, but in the last year and a half she's written a book, she hit her very very challenging background into her upbringing. And so she's wicked through that and real transformation into who. She is. And what she believes him has. She lives. They live in the book about a Jimmy Greis brought here which has been released on Amazon and paperback as well. So she's bathing also been doing promotions thing doing a life Facebook show, cool the rid the paint chip. And so she's just list for New Zealand this last weekend to be over New Zealand for wit for six weeks, and she's mulching book the deer in New Zealand, and she's also doing a fundraiser for the women's refuge 'cause women they on. And women's refuges a house for women that have been domestically abused need to escape she's combining of the woman's refuge. She's an amazing woman terribly. She'd anything going full day. Well, that's that's quite it's quite a story. And I wish her all the luck. So in New Zealand, it's. It's summer there. Right or start the start of summer, you said we'd be opposite. Because if it's the southern hemisphere so now is autumn quite a beautiful season. You know leaves changing color code, she's telling meals freezing cold raining. So it also we have a sunny Christmas. Even though we see pictures of Christmas with snow and the snowman and Christmas trees snow. It's actually a funny Christmas at the beach in New Zealand Australia. I see I see. Okay..
"jakarta" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Alliance air seven thirty seven with one hundred eighty nine people on board crashed minutes after takeoff after trying to return to Jakarta, according to what is known so far through flight data the plane made a sudden dive into the water Rebecca Hinchey is the BBC's Indonesia editor we reached MS Henchi in Jakarta Becca, first of all can you describe the scene at Jakarta airport when the families of these loved ones found out that there are no survivors from this crash. Well, when we will with the families end still now, they are holding out hope he pulled the very much in a white teen mode. They're all praying full somewhat say a miracle. Oh to happen all the families that I spoke with was still waiting. I mean, search and rescue teams as still working through the nights around the area where the plane crashed and they ask searching still full survivors. But they say the chances of finding anyone alive is definitely fading, and they have been recovering today has been Bodey said Bodey pots that they've been taking away in bodybags and asking family members to come and try and identify them, and they're also recovering with the count from the surface of the water a bit of people's things identification understand pair of baby shoes. That's right. They've been recovering pot. So all the baggage of the missing that does include identity cards. They was two babies on board one child they have been floating around the area where the plane crash is also quite a lot of the plane that they've been able to recover as well as life jackets, and and various other things from the plane that haven't found the Mejia structure of the play in the continuing to do another dog tomorrow when it's light have defy into the war to find the cockpit. You spoke with one amend whose wife was on the plane. What did he tell you this, right? It was very hot breaking story. He his wife that they only newly married and his wife still works in Bunka island and comes back to see her husband. Every weekend equity said that Stony jobs that she can get at the moment. So they spend the weekend together. And then he put her on that moaning play. He said the last words that he said to her was be castle. And every time she does that Joe knee. He said it does make him feel very anxious. And then he was watching television. He said, and when the news came through he's whole body to became wake. And he was talking about her. He was breaking down in tee is a saying that she was his best friend that he dearly loved to and was really struggling to comprehend living without the poor man any news yet any what of these saying about how the plane went down. Why it went down the forties being cautious? They say full investigation will need to take place, but an earlier press conference. Today, the director of lion air did admit under questioning that. There had been a problem with the plane on the previous flight a technical issue. He said that had been dealt with. I mean lie in the air that is at a budget airline at his growing rapidly in Indonesia, providing much-needed cheap flights across the Accu hell ago, and it does have a checkered safety record for ten years up to two thousand and sixteen. It was banned from flying into the European Union. But it safety record has recently significantly improved. And I mean, just last set Kim by was given a high safety ranking by international aviation officials that given the plane crashed in daylight in good weather shortly after taking off all those things indicate to. Something wrong with the plane at self and just to on that flight that that on the same aircraft that had taken place just on Sunday between Bali into Carta. So people on that flight said, it was just frightening that they're the electrical wasn't working properly. The engine seem to die. If you times the floor was almost impossible to stand. It was hot to the touch. Have. You heard stories of that nature about this craft definitely many questions about what they mean..
"jakarta" Discussed on Travelogue
"So, but actually I write about basically my initiation into this whole other worlds of the city in which I lived, which was sparked by Nessie going fried rice. And it was kind of part of general night of rebellion. It happened to coincide literally the exact same time with the first cigarette I ever smoked as well with three friends we had. We had been drinking at some party or something, and we're hungry and we're like, let's get some nasty, glorying. Let's you know, do the Jakarta thing. And let's also by feel like that, like a moment of rebellion. Yeah, absolutely. And it felt the whole thing kind of felt like this was our night of rebellion, you know? So we literally were just like smoking cigarettes wrong because it's for cigarettes of while like, no, we didn't. We didn't get sick. Shoveling, you know, orders of Nasi going into our face, but then I, that kind of, I don't remember the exact trajectory of how it happened, but that kind of ramped up became something that just became part of my weekly or every other week experience of going out with friends, alter my teenage years. And it was like an entry into this whole other part of the city that like I had called home, but wasn't really home. And suddenly it started feeling a little bit more like home because I'd be sitting next to like the local punk rock kids and like the local salarymen who are just getting off work at eleven o'clock, and it felt felt good. If I was learning the language better, I was making more Indonesian friends, and it became kind of a rite of passage into feeling like I was part of Jakarta, and sort of capstone of that is a very local variety of ESI Goering which is called Nasi grand gala, which literally translates to crazy fried rice. And this is going back to my kind of out of necessity thing and. The forebears of it was invented in Jakarta else far as people know. And it basically involves frying rice and throwing literally whatever you have on you into it. So that's usually various types of sausage. Maybe some awful. I've had it with like chicken heart before, you know, other random scraps of meat and then like to mask everything, you just put in it like a fucking barrel of chilly. So it just blows your face off as well of chopped chilis and and some hot sauce. So you need both. It's just it's fire, but it became like the that was like the one to work up to once we did that. It was like Nessie Goering Gallo where we're getting tonight and not only is it from just a card. It's from specific neighborhood in Jakarta, which fun fact happens to also be the neighborhood where Obama went to school when he was in Jakarta to the point that now one of the most famous little of Nasi going galas stands because most of these are just makeshift stands that pop up overnight is known as nasty going gala. Obama people still go see because it's right next to the school where you went as a kid. So you're saying you're, you're friends with him. I'm saying, yeah, we all know each other, you know. But so the point is like that for me was very formative in making me feel even if I was still a little bit cyber because I'm not Indonesia, and I was living in Asia for five years in a very privileged environment within Jakarta. It did make me feel like I was part of the city had kind of crossed that barrier. And you know, even. If as a teenager, I was like an idiot in every other respects, it like felt like I was at least participating some form of cultural exchange with the environment around me. You know, says it's at, I loved it. Now. It's like it's one of my fondest memories, and I just got back from Jakarta on a work trip. And one of the first things I did will you know, after midnight was like to my friends who are still there, it was like cool where we getting going dealer and we went out and we found a spot and it was like it felt really to do it again, you found in Jakarta, there. Okay. So this is like a thread came right of passage, it unified you food..
"jakarta" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible
"Design was encoded in thick cardboard cards. Each hole or position of the whole represents a hook on the loom. A hole in the card told the loom? Yes, lift this thread. So whether the hook is raised or lowered, depends on whether there's a whole or not a hole in the jet card control cards, which were tied together into a loop and fed automatically into the loom in one card represented, just one pass of thread. So there will be lots of cards so together and the loop of cards went around and around and around to create a repeating pattern just like the music encoded in the music box. This didn't mean the machine was weaving, the cloth automatically. It's still required a master Weaver and a pattern designer and a punch card maker. But it did mean the draw boys were out of a job. Once you have a Jakarta mechanism, you don't need the draw boy half of your. Your workforce can be eliminated for manufacturers who wanted to make the most beautiful. The most intricate patterns what was increasingly more important than labor was intellectual property. The designs in Jakarta, Stein. People stole these control cards because they represented patterns that if they the patterns were popular, could be very lucrative to keep fashion goes in styles. And everybody comes out with the same stuff every year, like they're all copying each other on Wall Street, the same trends. So I like to think of this as the first instance of software piracy on the people are stealing these these card loom cards, and the jacquard loom cards would lead to the development of an entire new industry that would change the world in eighteen ninety German American inventor named Sherman, hollering, devised a solution to the United States census bureau's problem of counting all the new immigrants to the country and citizens tabby. The census used to take about ten years. So that means by the time the census was finished. It was already time to start taking the next one whole earth came up with a system where if each individual's information was punched on cards, it could be processed more quickly. Herman hollering specifically quoted the Jakarta Lynn, as his influence his influence for coming up with computer punch cards. Once you have patterns of holes in a card, it's now machine readable, and that's how the census was done in three years instead of ten, the eighteen ninety census was a huge advance in the history of computing. Now, just to wrap up the story, hollering. Punch-card patents were actually the foundation for a small company. You may have heard of called International Business Machines or IBM, which in some ways owes its existence to the loom and that rising demand for beautiful ornate patterns and fashion, because fashion fashion is just another word for the constant inevitable shifts in. Popular taste garments just like buildings.
"jakarta" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I don't know i never talked to him after that he he was in special forces and listed and was a crew chief on a on a huey and shot down and down and he was missing for about six six six months or so but his name's also on there with the same way if you look up richard crosby it's amazing the way they designed that wall so that they can actually fit another name they find somebody that likes nonetheless story that's most interesting as i lived in jakarta indonesia for six years on and off and was about four years ago i was down at the wall and one of our members is talking to bill and he looked over and he said who's that guy me lancet i know him he was in jakarta when i so yeah we've been we just hadn't seen bill and what forty years yeah so the wall is a great healing place in flanders fields the poppies blow between the crosses row on row that mark our place and in the sky the larks still bravely singing fly scarce heard amid the guns below we are the dead short days ago we lived felt dawn saw sunset glow loved and were loved and now we lie in flanders fields.
"jakarta" Discussed on WTRH
"Egged because you would like to jakarta's uh uh arafat if you don't do if with that they're gonna have you do it over and over again and i don't know what they do when people fail a cut at is is it kind of birdie and y you just dr uh i'm dr neil unfair on name i never heard of that either i think what happens is you just it it's repeatedly over and over again but that's true with learning anything isn't it when do when you were a kid in you rode a bicycle did you just immediately get on a bike and you were just proficient and you could do we lease no not noteworthy no no you jogged it was not it was wasn't normal until you did it again and again and then it became almost second nature right for a bottle bicycle okay now uh we're going to talk about the target talk about if you did target practicing what would it looks like and i'm i'm gonna tell you why am i'm one of you to focus on a target i feel stuck art and thank you for helping me nature stan pattern but what had an uncle who um was uh and he was handsome qianjiang but then i uh i never forget when i learned that his wife had run off with his business partner with the money i of the business he lost his wife he lost his business and ultimately he lost his life because he committed suicide you used the word hopeless yeah gene that is the state a person has if they really feel hopeless they feel their hopeful there is no way out i can't see anything else.
"jakarta" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"So various commitment is rookie so stars costumes go as far as kashing's go we don't have anything plant however everybody knows me knows me huge ghostbusters fan and they release an inflatable actor one law and decorations so very excited to get that up next to my state of marche lowland also bathing two in one of those projection things out a window with a slima or so that the kids in my neighborhood around these scared and no ghost because they're they're going to be in for a goes bust in good time gordon didn't you have a legendary stay puff marshmallow man cost him as a kid i did i was really young i lived in jakarta indonesia and in 1984 we gotta bootleg of version of the movie ghostbusters i told my mom i wanted to be the state of march fellow man and you don't go sugar treating and indonesia go to the american embassy where they have like a parade and like awards and when it came to my age group of the winner was the the pillsbury doboy of which i was furious about until they push me up on stage assuming i was the coast berjaud hoyer so i i did take the five dollars gift certificate to the snack bar but i was furious that indonesia wasn't going to stay process yet yeah go spicer's i hadn't really hit jakarta at this point not yet rob what are you going as for how in this year i think that i am roped into my family's a toy stories stuff and i think i have a mr potato head shirt like i i'm not a costume guy but i think i i'm blake part of the i'm part of a a toy story group i think if you really committed to the part you could be a fairly legendary woody mmhmm yeah but that would either to take in in the toy story draft woody and buzz lightyear worthy actually bud light your was actually picked twice by mike is under a tubas light years would talk one into a woody i feel you guys are really missing a golden opportunity for you in a older goes slinky dog chow carpet.
"jakarta" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The capital jakarta a police spokesman says more than one hundred people worked at the factory this is npr police in kenya have clashed with protesters opposed to today's presidential election hospital officials say one protester has been shot and killed in the western city of kisumu today is the second presidential election in two months the first was overturned by kenya's supreme court for irregularities kenya's op position leader is boycotting today's vote alleging fraud he's urging his supporters to stay away from the polls to a report from democrats on the senate homeland security and governmental affairs committee suggests conflicts of interest created by president trump's businesses are likely to spread to federal agencies npr's peter overby explains the report says trump's conflict of interest put quote an enormous burden on the treasury department the justice department and other agencies that's because president trump and his businesses have extensive dealings with foreign companies sometimes the kinds of transactions that federal agencies regulate the democrat on the committee point trump's business and personal debt held by foreign lenders they say treasury department officials told committee staff the department won't examined the extent of that foreignheld debt the white house and treasury department didn't respond to requests for comment peter overby npr news washington the houston astros one game two of the world last last night in los angeles beating the la dodgers seven to six a game lasted for eleven innings and players from both teams combined to hit eight home runs that's a world series record game three of the world series goes to houston friday night i'm.
"jakarta" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Well the turks he always makes extreme remarks on whatever the taufik he is he as i mean he's been called the philippine with trump in more than one occasion maybe he does a little bit a job at press conferences that after by uh it could be just braggadocio it could be that actually he's a he's making a bet remains to be seen really want to move finally alarm to the jakarta post mrs a story that are no that a colleague of here up monocled who's just visited jakarta would regard with considerable joy and relief a which is perfect for jakarta is going to build eighty kilometers of sidewalks i have not beaten to jakarta but i am reliably informed that it is not the most pedestrianfriendly of major cities i have an it's a struggle to get back and forth i was at a hotel in a central area of jakarta and it's uh it was it's a nightmare to get to the to the was a nightmare to get to the historical centre which by bus or by a private transport is about uh i don't know a few kilometres away well this is not that much of an ambitious plan just to build at kilometers of sidewalks in a city of of over ten million people as the article notices it says with merck traumatises jakarta has four hundred kilometers of side works at present that doesn't sound like a lot no it doesn't in many of these sidewalks to make matters worst are either in extremely poor condition are completely down written or else there are taken over by by vendors by street vendors so it's very effective life can be very hard for a pedestrian as i was saying i mean the fact that i walked along this this guy in jakarta when i told the hope from where i go on to wear i've i i went.
"jakarta" Discussed on Material
"Snack good for both of you are often zinzan's lucas late the duke of similar thing here in australia all the odds for the pixel from one of mi jakarta's telstra which as far as i can figure is your equivalent to into just as evoke just is just as bad but we look at the they're all the terrible but other asians they're not a heap all i think that this is always interesting every year there's like a joke about the name of do it on stage doing a lot of developer events and then my properties once wants i name gets an answer well that's the name now knew what would ever that's not the the only thing ever by the way to know how to say that just yes it's not it's not good no got if he has maine's listening it's not know got snooka that the one thing i look forward to though is whenever you plug into a fund is a developer tony arcand at the top the comes up and says hey you're in usb debunking mode or whatever and i will never forget the tamboli pop came out and it was an it look like an android hit on a stick it's like the pie we do that and then there was a polio walks as a warning to other operating systems of what happens to those who do not follow the true word jess thinking anyway we should move on any eu having only here in the serrano about term backup and sink i will tell you quick story by this super quickly every year i do my annual like google tiger thing where about how many people nobody if you if you google tiger will take you to take a page where you can take your stuff elegant who and what that means is that so you've got contacts or photos in my case that you want to get out of there.
"jakarta" Discussed on GroundTruth
"So victor says promising wealthy developer is a payday may be the only way to pay for public flood project look around i mean if you if you are able to protect his area uh then you protecting one hundred thousand people of a very poor community look around i mean these in the rich people and if you want to develop this wish limited public funds you have to look at more high end developers jakarta's dealing with an extreme level of flooding but conan's says there's something other coastal cities could learn from i think the the the lesson learned here is that if you don't act in time then you are forced to take these mega engineering solutions jakarta managed to get into a situation where smallscale or building was nature is not an option anymore so the lesson for other cities uh ex wife still can and then you can avoid is mega engineering solutions there's an attractive optimism to the notion that cities around the world can build their way out of flooding and sea level rise maybe it's even true in theory from an engineering standpoint but look at the river of actions which are happening right now these extreme measures to adapt maybe as damaging and disruptive as climate change itself eight thousand families were addicted last year and tens of thousands more are bracing for victims that could come any day.
"jakarta" Discussed on GroundTruth
"In homes built on top of one another with rickety construction and many camping residents use jakarta's rivers as landfill or a toilet i don't know why they don't say satisfied because i think it's better to live in their in their healthy housing so the government says these addictions are not only necessary to help with flood control it's better for residents to but a local journalist named eddy maryanne doesn't buy it sure flood control is badly needed but it's also a convenient excuse to sanitize jakarta to make it more upscale tourists the like singapore she says clean up the slums the garbage the rivers hide poor people away and high rises nijaz being coal league illegals and dirty and agreed unwashed of jet had been a says there's no question that developers have more clout with the government than camp on dwellers so jakarta's poor which is end up paying the price last year alone more than eight thousand families are affected most of the families become poorer after the evictions the gone always rellocation his pre word but not really force fiction a city just move to these social housing which is designed not taking into account their needs and they got harder life there every doesn't doubt the need for flood control projects but she says it's the way the government is going about it bulldozing whole neighbourhoods on short notice with no discussion i mean if you need to dredge or something and they need do you you need to relocate people little k i mean talk to them and plan all new housing with them jakarta needs more affordable housing.
"jakarta" Discussed on GroundTruth
"Before imams neighborhood was demolished it was one of jakarta's many kampong sometimes people take that to mean slums because most of the residents built their homes without permits on land they don't out but the word kimpong actually means village through little communities with local leaders economies in a heritage going back generations millions of jakartans living neighborhoods like this long unpaved pats bustling with people selling food and other necessities the government tolerated these informal villages for years but now under the premise of flood control the clamping down it's not just about widening rivers in building flood barriers it's also about what the government calls revitalization these villages are becoming hotels malls parks a new office blocks the old jakarta is being demolished to make room for the new jakarta ema safi is not part of that new jakarta but he's not going quietly the neighborhood is suing the government over the objections the government offered housing to all four hundred families in the neighborhood in new highrise public housing projects but most turned it down instead they moved on fishing boats or moved in with relatives or friends or into a tense leggy mount so what so bad about moving to a brand new apartment to answer that question and that a housing project called resumed jatinegara the cluster of eight boxy concrete high rises tower over jakarta's main river the chilly what the river bank here has been reinforced concrete to help control flooding mean up with another interpreter named gaby patina surani we walk through a gateway into a courtyard where vendors are tending food stalls and carts and kids are running around buying street snacks fried bananas we need a woman vendor wearing a chestnutcolored his job in a pink floral dress what's your name as henman safi that any she says she's fifty nine years old he shares to small apartments here with nine other family members she and her brother a barrel chested guy wearing shorts in a tshirt are standing next to her stall where she sells packages of chips and nuts.