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"jamea" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo
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Netanyahu's war on Hamas [TEST]
"Hello and welcome to the may twenty twenty one podcast from the moment diplomatic. My name's joel. Miller and my guest. This month is shall end. Download a jerusalem based journalist. Who for five decades has been covering israel on the wider middle east. Charles's many publications include a biography of Jamea and most recently a book reflecting on his years as jerusalem correspondent and this month's edition of the paper he's written about the rise and rise of the israeli right. He argues that. The israeli left has consistently failed to understand the uncompromising nature of netanyahu's project despite growing evidence when i called charles in jerusalem a few days after a ceasefire between israel and hamas was announced. I began by asking him what had struck him passionately in the past two weeks. To tell you the truth sweat Rarely surprised me was getting phone. Calls from people in france including jewelries. Think what happened. Everything was quiet for years now. Suddenly everything blows up lays now a new war and what happened with palestinian. Ever seen what quiet. Nothing quite. The fire was ready to burn all the elements where here to have an explosion of violence. No basic problem was his. Netanyahu will for ten years had as his policies to make military agreement cease-fires under the conditions that he would let Qatar bring shoot cases of cash. Do gaza do finances hamas and on the other side in the west bank. No political agreement. Everything is stuck and Settlements are growing within sixty percent of the west bank so everything was just growing growing growing until it grew up so in a sense. You're saying it wasn't a surprise. Did it feel like a repetition or does it feel different this time. Listen i was expecting at some point in time this would happen. I was surprised with the rapidity with which It it became a full scale war between the gaza and israel. This when we're very fast. So this should worry. I believe the policy makers in israel ended order abroad. It dallas sense of deja. Netanyahu has been prime minister since two thousand nine and so i know you've studied the israeli right as part of part of your long career as a journalist. Is it possible to say what netanyahu's endgame is is that clear. Yes preventing the creation of a palestinian State Wrong side israel and to stay in power so vilo survival political survival netanyahu and his old firmly believe the only he has the ability to protect and save the jewish people in israel and abroad so he staying power is of the utmost importance. This is why also he believes and these fighting role judiciary processes that brings him to court for corruption. And so. how do you read. Netanyahu's personal position. Today after the last the events of the last ten days given what you've said about the legal charges that he's facing and the fact that he hasn't been able to form a government for the fourth time. First of all the round of violence between israel and hamas for the cinci came back to power in two thousand nine. Netanyahu has very coaches now to get into full-scale war nut with his better in journals. Not with us is about self Of violence in for example. The two thousand fourteen. This happened without the netanyahu.
"jamea" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown
"Gorka moment coming up full of so much intent not in full of all of the intensity from the christening. Okay you recall is questioned episode. Its it airs in two weeks but next week is very good at ends at a very intense point and then the following week. It's really. it's. I've watched it several times. Very you love jen too. I love jennifer eight nine. She's really ground. I think she's also what grounds her is. All of the stuff with her family which is really really touching to see what's going on with the parents and her sister is now. You know. I love these sister and they come in a little worse for wear and they're just like i'm not fucking non makeup and they're like what are we gonna do about mommy and daddy and thanh. I love it grew at. That's also like poor sister who i also love. Who's always like just. I love us to lower key. Energy lower keys sister. it's beautiful theresa. Is salt lake filming already. Are they starting back up filming. It is winter and salt lake and we are knee deep in snow. Wow okay and alaska question is the covert of it. All you have to have a laugh at atlanta because i'm mixed on occasionally you're like oh god it's covert but then i'll be honest. I hope this isn't receive badly. But sometimes it's like i don't wanna feel cove when i guess what i mean. This is what you also have to remember especially when you look at orange county which was filmed which was just really catching air. When cove it happened they are shut down so many times and also atlanta. You guys. don't see it but we had to shut down so many times this season on atlanta. We shut down after cynthia's wedding two weeks out here. Not that was a one piece. I didn't have as much sympathy for cynthia in the papa. John's it came out. I was like cynthia. You have to always cynthia will. If she's going brands herself descent. She will go to the max with whatever she's doing like she will not allow the maddest full of covid. Listen so i mean look. I know that we don't wanna see it and we don't want to see but there was would we rather have no shows at all. No no no. I'm saying i'm appreciative of it. It's like see but then sometimes it falls away in a way that i appreciate and then sometimes it's perfect when porsche and when porsche came when the face shield on and his lowering herself watching When randy took a shot and knocked into her face shield. Bank you well. I love that. She uses her face. Shield for comedic effect like the prop for porta. She's always like. I have my glasses in my hands. She's always like boy like taking the lowering. Jamea shows up in a bejewelled face shield cup. I'm like what is happening but you know again. I mean we're i think that what's great about jersey the season and then new york also we. We figured out ways to for them to go to say ramona's house and spend five days there and they're under one roof and so it's freeing and so when you see the jersey women in georgia that in new jersey shore. There are little able to feel like. It's normal the norm. That's what i was saying about watching jersey the last few weeks. Because we're still you know we're out in california. We're still so lockdown and to just see them out and about having a summer and order of cranberry. It felt so good. Yeah i was just enjoying it like not even just the drama but just being on vacation with my girls. I really need that right now. After a year locked down at such a nice feeling to be on vacation last question. Jackie where are you. Do you think that. Jackie was making an analogy. Initially or yeah. It was no question in my mind. Okay though is a tough one but theresa. Yeah i mean the thing that you can never make an. i mean. it's why she. I mean i can see that that triggers a mother like analogy are no come on it triggers. Any of us to be called something on a national platform that we're not or have us associated with something. And i i have been that has happened to me and it's upsetting and you know the truth and it's not i guess she could have said look to reset. This would be the same. As if i seemingly made up something about jia and drudge you would really have to. I think she would have still been mad. I think she got the words. Jia drugs cocaine and that's those are the words that flashed her little mind just miss and you think that it has been his bopping around those gyms and whatnot very attracted to him. I bob around my favorite is meredith. Marxist husband as we all know. I love a jewish man. He is so gorgeous. I mean you have a bull's eye on meredith marx's back on her husband that's of course that feels right as rain. That's of course what's Okay quick lightning round of questions. We will get you out of here in one minute if you if you will. I'm what is grow with gorka. Don't try to parse that. Al just wondering i'm going to get back to you. Kelly died where are you at. You know it's interesting. I don't think you guys saw the last season. There was a reunion at the reunion. I said to her You know. Kelly i have been getting. Dm's for months saying that you should be fired like all the way through. And so.
"jamea" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
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"jamea" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"jamea" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm missing some sheets of paper. Clearly she's received something with more information than I have. Okay. Wait. What am I missing? What is the point where she got her test forthe having test scores, But that's force. They're like. Look at the names. Look at the names. What kind of name's that These kids have Jamaar Jamea Julia Lynn could may at the Quanta Kwan. They had distinctively African American names, which apparently led the angry teacher who was wait. To surmise that they would be poor students and that they'd make her look bad. And that is the catalyst has started this research project that research project would eventually turn into a PhD dissertation. Its title, black names in White classroom's teacher behaviors and student perceptions and the author of this dissertation. Dr Marijuana Pepsi Van Dyke. If anyone could understand the friction caused by teachers expectations over a student's name, it might be a black woman who grew up with that marijuana Pepsi. In a previous episode of Economics radio, We asked How much does a name really matter? So the ultimate question we wanted to answer is? Does your name matter for the economic life that you end up leading? It's Steve Levitt, My Freakonomics friend and co author are people who are quote saddled with distinctively black names facing a burden when they enter.
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"jamea" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show
"A general strike. But in terms of the kind of level of connection organizing. That's happening among themselves. You know my nephew works at an Amazon warehouse in Queens. Actually because a few people there came down with the virus and there was lots going on and when I talked to him about these things. He's super aware of the strikes and of the discussion around striking. And he's not someone who's very political and who thinks these things outside of this context in normal life so the fact that workers are recognizing not just that the public is recognizing their important but they're recognizing their own importance that they're recognizing that in order for Americans to be able to live the lives that they wanna live. They need people packing their Amazon boxes and delivering their food and etc that self recognition of their importance I think is the first step towards continuing to build beyond this pandemic. So there's the question of do we think a strike can happen right now during all of this and I think that's that's a high calling and one that is probably not quite possible but then there's another question of do. We think that some foundation can be laid now in terms of altering the way that worker see themselves and altering the way that the public sees workers so that a year from now or two years from now after some work has been done some organizing his happen we might see something closer to a general strike. I think if we stretch the time horizon that way than than there is much more that it's possible. Is it too late though? Is it too late in two years when people have maybe even forgotten how grateful they were to their grocery store workers back in pandemic and in the spring of Twenty twenty? It may be. I mean if there if there's a real possibility now I wouldn't say way right but if it doesn't look like things are going to move in that direction now I. I don't know that I would say that. The moment will have passed two years from now. We're looking at a long road of economic struggle ahead of us and that doesn't go away even when the most intense part of this pandemic Wayne's and I think people are going to continue to have deep needs. I think people are going to continue to recognize you know that. They're not getting a lot from their employers that they're very insecure economically that their families are not cared for in the way that they should be given. How much work they're doing. And these issues are going to continue to like percolate and be a part of the public conversation whether or not it will be too late. Two years from now is going to depend on what happens between now and then you know. The strike in Seattle. Didn't bubble up just out of nowhere. There were people on the ground working for years beforehand to make something like that possible to connect different unions to each other to connect workers to each other who previously didn't understand their fates as linked. I think if this moment can spark that kind of activity then two years from now might exactly when those things have built up to the point that the capacity is there to really organize people to push back. Jamea Michener is a professor in the government department over Cornell University in Ithaca New York. She's got a book. It's called Fragmented Democracy Medicaid federalism and unequal politics. Maybe see if there's a way to find your local bookstore and tell your essential workers how much you appreciate them. And you know maybe ask if they're accepting tips if you can afford it in the immortal words of Kanye West if you admire somebody you should go ahead and tell them. People never get the flowers while they can still smell them. I'm Sean Ramos Forum. This is today explained.
"jamea" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
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"jamea" Discussed on KOMO
"But so Colt if they were damp and cold, imagine, how Santa Al Jamea felt she's from Bahrain. This weather is not something you're used to know. How do you feel about this excited? Yeah. I said that if a disappointment the weather, but no rain. Well, I mean, it's once in a lifetime. And of course, with the arrival of the new year comes hopes and aspirations for the future. I think the world I'd like to see no wars or way less than that. There's too much tragedy going on. So yeah piece is my wish this to be the best that I can be for myself and for others. I want my old family and friends to be healthy and happy. I hope we all start to realize at some point that we're more alike than we're different. Steve Kastenbaum in Times Square. It's ten past the hour. President Trump was not seen by reporters yesterday. But he was a constant presence on Twitter. Looking for ways to end, the partial government shutdown issue? Billions of dollars that president wants for a border wall. And correspondent Bob Costantini reports not wanting to wait until Thursday. President Trump tweeting on New Year's Eve day. I'm in the Oval Office. Democrats come back from vacation now and give. The votes necessary for border security, including the wall. You voted? Yes. In two thousand six and two thousand thirteen one more. Yes. But with me office, I'll get it built and fast. The president is referring to two thousand six voted look to spend money on border fencing, some of it actually was built including ways to prevent illegal vehicle or pedestrian crossings. But the idea died over time and failed to get adequate funding. He didn't interview with Fox News. The president doubling down on his willingness to have incoming speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. Join him for talks. Come over. Anytime. I spend Christmas in the White House. I spent New Year's Eve now in the White House. And you know, I'm here, I'm ready to go. It's very important. A lot of people are looking to get their paycheck. So I'm ready to go anytime they want. No, we are not giving up. We have to have security and the wall is a big part of border security. The biggest part democratic leaders out of town on holiday plans claimed there was never an invite from the president and the soonest w back in DC is Thursday. The installation of a new Congress Republican Senator Lindsey Graham had lunch with President Trump Sunday. And he took the liberty of dismissing the Democrats plan to fund all other government departments through the rest of the fiscal year while leaving the homeland security and wall appropriations up in the air. They're going to send over to Bill from the house. They'll have any money for a physical.
Does the First Amendment apply to Facebook?
"In the red chair is Jimmy will Jaffer the executive director of the night. I amendment institute it's a group at Columbia University that defends the freedoms of speech and press in the digital age. And just recently they've challenged the way Facebook deals with journalists and scholars and they also bothering Donald Trump Jamea, welcome to Rico deco. Thanks very much. All the things that are doing in. This the reason I went to have you on your there's some interesting stuff you're doing there. So let's talk about how you got there. How did you get there? And how did the night? Explain what the night first amendment institute is. But your first. Okay. Well, so I was a lawyer at the ACLU for fifteen years. I've heard of that. Yeah. Just down the street. When this when this building was Goldman Sachs. I was at the ACLU and. Was just until a couple of years ago man, but I worked at the starting in two thousand and two so soon after nine eleven and mainly at the beginning on national security related cases cases, involving immigration detainees cases involving Guantanamo and then cases involving the Patriot Act and government surveillance and first amendment related questions. And you know, that grew that practice grew it eventually became a formal project at the focused on national security issues, and I ran that project for a few years, and then when I left the ACLU a couple years ago, I was the director of something called the center for democracy, which covered the ACLU the national work on free speech privacy, national security, technology, and international human rights. Obviously, I was not doing all that work myself. A lot of people at the is working with on it. But I was doing that. And then the night first amendment was created at Columbia. It was really. The project lebeau Linder who's the president to Columbia and berto a bargain, who's the president of the knightfoundation, and they had had conversations over many years about the possibility of setting up something like this. And the main the main insight that they had was that the big supreme court precedents from the nineteen sixties and seventies involving free speech were precedence created in an era that looked very very different from the one. We're in right now where the threats to the first amendment were quite different from the ones we're facing right now, and all of the things that raise complicated free speech questions right now, like the privatization of the public square or new surveillance, g search engines, none of these things existed back when the supreme court decided, the Pentagon papers case, New York Times versus Sullivan, or the cases, you know, the big hits from from the sixties and seventies. So they thought we need an institute that will focus on the edge of technology and the edge of the law. These. Questions that new technology is presenting the first amendment. Why did you what interested you in the first amendment in doing this? As a as a lawyer, I became a first amendment lawyer almost incidentally, I was as I said, I kind of national security lawyer, but a lot of the national security cases, I worked on turned out to be first amendment cases. I worked on a lot of transparency cases. In fact, the the the case, I probably spend most time on at the was a freedom of information that case involving interrogation under the Bush administration in that case, we filed in two thousand four it's still rendering information. Yeah, we're trying to get documents about the treatment of prisoners in military CIA custody. And the case was as these kinds of cases, go very successful. One it resulted in the release of what are sometimes called the torture memos the Bush administration's, torture memos. A lot of information about maltreatment of prisoners at Guantanamo. Eventually this CIA. Inspector general report that led to a prosecution criminal investigation by the Obama administration. So it was a relatively successful case. That's the one I spent most of my time on, but I did a lot of other cases involving the exclusion of foreign scholars from the
"jamea" Discussed on African Tech Roundup
"To eye with with the central Bank in that country in. Mt. And in the meantime, has maintained that, you know, the central Bank of Nigeria doesn't have the power to sanction it, and you know, some reports claiming vet NTN suddenly maintains internally that you know, they're really being taken to task over nothing. They've done everything they can and should be doing in terms of keeping their house. Nice and tidy. Yeah. MTN and arena. This is sort of a follow up to. To to the story, which you touched on last time. We we knew less interesting times to be a large African multinational in Nigeria. Yeah. I agree. I think you know, obviously, empty N is is kind of held the Lom lot netra speak for all the wrong reasons, you know, the the recent past, but that being said is thank you know, as a business MTN is is a solid solid business. And, you know, the great leadership in enroll shooter in enough think, you know, but it is a problem that they need to resolve in it. And I think it does feel that there is a substantial amount of political influence and political sway and political pressure being applied on the business comes with the territory. Let's be honest fair enough. But I, you know, what is interesting is to say, you know, we all getting the impression from relatively influential stakeholders to say, you know, this cannot become a trained while the minister saying it will not become. A train. In fact, the minister saying it's getting annoying often. I'm asked about NTN as soon as I open my mouth about prospects in my country, you know, which is fair, and I'm pretty sure like you say because it's it's a robust business with oldest potential info infrastructure potential. They'll figure this out. I'm not too worried about that. Well, moving onto another large Nigerian giant, in fact, you know, the poster child full what a unicorn can look like Africa very first unicorn, of course, Jumia the ecommerce giant. Yeah. Look plans afoot to IPO that business said it's not quite clear way that might happen likely the US, you know, the to my mind playing into the into the global trend led by the US. I'd I'd have to say off non-profitable companies IPO in like crazy, albeit few accompanies, I p owing benefit before if I gave you a bus load of money right now and the peo- was happening tomorrow. How much of it? Would you be putting in a sinking into Jumia? Do you reckon given the fundamentals or the sadly lacking, you know, fundamentals that speak to like solid business value of a business like, Jim? Yeah. I think I'd struggle to to allocate significant chunk to it even as a play for the future for we Africa's going, but then, you know, the British polish mindset kids this market that has so much potential. Private equity, then it's not you don't IPO to to get because then you're getting liquidity. And you've got investors looking at shorter metrics and not investing for most investors wouldn't be investing on a listed equity for the ten year play some would make the question wise is happening. It's really interesting because I mean Grahn e you can say it is so much of money available to invest, so why wouldn't they go to private capital? Maybe IPO is cheaper debt is probably out of the question. Maybe we have investors who want to exit said without any value being realized when he substantial head you being realized and is that a problem. I'm sort of sneaking in a throw void to are discussing later. But I mean, some people argue that's business. It could be, but it kills just be a signaling effect where now Jamea is a listed company. And the comes along the halo effect on their business partners that they want to to deal with it. And that helps them respect. Maybe future capital raises all. Rights issues coming down line. Maybe they have long plans, I really struggled with ecommerce on on the African continent because of your last mile delivery, you'll you'll logistics throwing everything out. Yeah. And I suppose, you know, I've also heard it offered how good this might be in a sort of backhanded way. For Africa's take ecosystem if something like Jimmy got listed, basically, it would be a blueprint for. Hey, you know, the Silicon Valley brand of venture capital works on the continent. Look, you can put money in here and exits at IPO, and of course, this works hit too. Yeah. I mean, give me one way of looking at time..
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"I'm saying, like if that much change. No, not really. 'cause then it wouldn't be. Right. What did you, what did you think about the? What'd you think about this episode. No, no, no. Go ahead. Go, no, no, no, you go ahead. I ended up to do my bad. I think it's fantastic. I had actually flown to a DC for work, and I landed at about seven AM and I, I did before I went to sleep when I got to the hotel was I watched it then get to do my leg normal like Saturday night ritual. And I had seen spoiler last week looking at, we talked about this. Did they. Did they seen? Yeah. My cousin had like a snippet of it in her Instagram story, and I was like, yo light around. She was like fight me and I was like, now I might have to. So I was like, anticipating that moment. But it was a lot. It was a lot, but I also, you know, Angela might not be bid. She was still breathing when it ended. So it's kind of like, what's next? Did they really just off Angie? Does that it definitely. We gonna get. We're gonna get into that for sure. 'cause there's once again, like from stuff that I've read in what she said, we definitely gonna get into that Jamea. What did you think? Okay. So I just I want to touch on is power changing, which which I think that also kind kinda have to go through this evolution, right? Where we kinda dig deeper into Mike, whether it's character development or you know whether it is like major changes in like Raymond's death in in in a show. So like foot, for instance, the wire like the first season was so like action, packed, guts, notice characters, and people dying. Again, there is shot out Linda seconds. Season. A lot of people were upset about because it Infocus or encompass the same kind of things. So I feel like we shows sometimes instead of the action or you don't get a lot of action, but you get more cerebral, you get more to pick up on people's mannerisms, which I love. Because as I got an old off of gotten appreciate my character development like subtleties mayor, 'isms of how people move and start moving in in all kinds of thinking ahead with the characters, like what is somebody gonna do? So I appreciate that about power. What I thought about the last episode on in a spoiler alert..
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"Last. Political book stop mass hysteria a team savage has told me I called the Tommy Tommy Robinson Tommy Morrison I must've been thinking of rocky five so I stand. Corrected on that the activist Tommy Robinson, let's get to. The phones eight five five. Four hundred savage line. Five WABC my old stomping grounds Deborah welcome, to the Savage Nation with loop yes thank you two things first of all I I saw a cost a little Jamea Kosta at the rally and he got on a platform he wanted people to see him and you could see that he didn't like it that he wasn't in the limelight and they didn't do anything to hurt him they just gave him some verbal medicine so to speak he was he was never he was never endanger They're. Lying and the, media lies to the people every single day. Deborah that was my point I. Said, yesterday a Costacurta done his report from the. Floor and nobody. Would be the wiser but. No he wanted. To put. Himself up high so the crowd could see him and. More importantly. Deborah so that President Trump could see. Him he wanted to she wanted. President Trump. To say, his name he's such a. Narcissist that is, exactly what he what. He wanted but the point is. That, there are no threats against the press. Donald. Trump's harsh language is. Not putting anybody, in danger if anything the left's language you talk about celebrities threatening the president you talk about celebrities. Threatening the president's family you're talking about people like Stephen Colbert turning a blind eye to possible sexual abuse and then, the next night two nights later attacking the. President's daughter they don't know what suppression, is as I. Said the Chinese professor voice. Of America whisked away Tommy Robinson put in solitary confinement and the. List goes on if the. Media really. Cared about oppression of other people then they would follow. It, all around the world. CNN issues a statement a cost his life was was in jeopardy at rally this is the. Whole nation, watch this rally okay the ratings are. Huge and everybody saw that his life was never, in danger and as I said yesterday that. Makes a cost. Of the epitome of the everybody gets a. Trophy generation where you scream at him Debra you taunted him and. You do what we used to do on the street you know taunting your, friends and making fun of them and he. Gets all, bent out of shape and he runs home crying to. His mama in this case Jeff Zucker and. The rest of the media who I as I said yesterday bears worth repeating I. Think they really want something, to happen they want. Someone in the, media to get hurt so that. They can blame, it on Trump they turn a blind eye To the antifa riots and, Berkeley they turn a blind eye to all of the violence against Trump supporters that. Are going, on out there and they have always turned. A blind eye to the radical left attacking conservative news organizations as has been been done. In the past, there was one that was just released today so the, media's a bunch of, liars and they're. Not doing their job and it is a. Disservice and they are maybe not the enemy of the people they are the enemy to humanity. This is the Savage Nation Join the Savage Nation call now eight five five four..
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"Has told me I called the Tommy Tommy Robinson Tommy Morrison I must have been thinking of rocky five so I stand corrected on that the activist Tommy Robinson let's get to the phones eight five five four hundred savage line five WABC my old stomping grounds Deborah welcome to the Savage Nation with Lupane yes thank you Two things first of all I saw a Kosta little Jamea Kosta at the rally and. He got, on a platform he wanted people to. See him and you could see that he didn't, like it that he wasn't in the limelight. And they didn't. Do anything to hurt him they just gave. Him some verbal medicine so to speak he was he was never. He was never endanger their lying and the media lies to the people every, single day Deborah that was my point I, said yesterday Kosta down his report. From the floor and nobody would be the wiser. But no he. Wanted to put himself up. High so the crowd. Could see him and more importantly Deborah so that President. Trump could, see him he wanted to she wanted President. Trump to say his name he's. Such a. Narcissist that, is exactly what he what he wanted but, the point is that. There are no threats against the. Press, Donald Trump's harsh language is not putting. Anybody. In Dane Danger if. Anything the left's language you talk about celebrities threatening the president you talk about celebrities threatening the president's family you talk, about people like Stephen Colbert turning a blind. Eye to possible sexual abuse and then, the next night. Two nights, later attacking the. President's daughter they don't know what suppression is as I said the Chinese professor voice of. America, whisked away Tommy Robinson. Put in solitary confinement and the list goes on if the media really cared about oppression. Of other, people then they would follow it all. Around the world CNN issues a statement a cost, his life was was in jeopardy at rally. This is the. Whole nation watch this rally okay the ratings. For it are huge and everybody saw that his life was never. In danger and as I said yesterday that makes a cost of the epitome, of the everybody gets a trophy generation where You scream at him Deborah taunted him and you do what we used to do on the street you know taunting your friends and making fun. Of them and he gets all. Bent out of shape and. He runs home crying. To his. Mama in, this case Jeff Zucker and the rest of the media. Who I as I said yesterday at bears. Worth repeating I think they really want something to happen they want someone in the, media to get hurt so, that they can blame. It on Trump, they turn a blind eye to. The antifa riots, and Berkeley they turn a blind eye to. All of the violence against Trump, supporters that are going on. Out there and they have always turned a blind eye, to the radical left attacking conservative news organizations as. Has been been done, in the. Past that was one that was just released. Today so the media's a bunch of liars. And. They're not doing their job and it is a disservice and they are maybe not the. Enemy of the people they, are the enemy to humanity this is the Savage Nation join the Savage Nation call No eight five five four hundred..
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"Dr savage is last political book. Stop mass, hysteria a team savage has told the I. Call the Tommy Tommy Robinson Tommy. Morrison I. Must have, been thinking of rocky five so I stand, corrected on. That the activist Tommy Robinson let's get to. The, phones eight five five four hundred savage lying. Five. WABC my old stomping. Grounds Deborah welcome, to the Savage Nation with loop eight yes thank you two things first of all I. Saw a Kosta little Jamea Kosta at the rally and he got on a platform he wanted people to see him and you could see that he didn't like. It that he wasn't in the limelight, and they didn't. Do anything to hurt him. They just gave him some verbal medicine so to speak he was he was never he was never endangered They're. Lying and the, media lies to the people every single day. Deborah that was my point I. Said, yesterday a Costacurta done his report from the. Floor and nobody. Would be the wiser but. No he wanted. To put. Himself up high so the crowd could see him and. More importantly, Deborah so that President Trump could see him. He wanted to she wanted President. Trump to. Say his, name he's such a narcissist that is exactly, what he. What he wanted but the point is that. There, are no threats against the press Donald Trump's. Harsh. Language is not putting. Anybody in danger, if anything the left's language you talk about celebrities threatening the president you talk about celebrities. Threatening the president's family you're talking about people like Stephen Colbert turning a blind eye to possible sexual abuse and then the next night two nights later attacking the. President's daughter they don't know what suppression, is as I. Said the Chinese professor voice. Of America whisked away Tommy Robinson put in solitary confinement and. The list goes on if. The media. Really cared about oppression of other people then they would. Follow, it all around the. World CNN issues a statement a Costa's life was was in jeopardy at rally this is the. Whole nation, watch this rally okay the ratings it. Are huge and everybody saw that his life was, never in danger and as I said yesterday. That makes a. Cost of the epitome of the everybody gets. A trophy generation where you scream at him Deborah taunted him and. You do what we used to do on the street you know taunting your, friends and making fun of them and he. Gets all, bent out of shape and he runs home crying to. His mama in this case Jeff Zucker and. The rest of the media who I as I said yesterday bears worth repeating I. Think they really want something, to happen they want. Someone in the, media to get hurt so that. They can blame, it on Trump they turn a blind eye To the antifa riots in Berkeley, they turn a blind eye to all of the violence against Trump supporters that. Are going, on out there and they have always turned. A blind eye to the radical left attacking conservative news organizations as has been been done. In the past, there was one that was just released today so the, media's a bunch of, liars and they're. Not doing their job and it is a. Disservice and they are maybe not the enemy of the people they are the enemy to humanity. This is the Savage Nation Join the Savage Nation call now eight five five four..
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"The the Michigan man in me wants to just say. That's ridiculous and walk off. An end, this conversation you're not gonna parallel parking just to call me a parallel. Parking War, I mean I've got some. Athletic ability you not see the the logo of. This show do you not see the logo of? The Shimane I saw Schefter Ron second faster by the way by, the way by, the way by, the way T. w. Okay The number of times I got that sent to me and my Yeah I'm in his. Khakis and him adding Cole Haan in his in his video cat God bless him You know how I feel about? Adam Schefter, right you know the soft spot a half Rodham Adam Schefter since, sophomore? Year of, college I've known him that law There's. A huge but coming I can feel it all my goodness gracious is there there's? A difference running and khakis. Where. You can jump into a what beanbag at, the crash pad yeah and also when you've got sticky trigger finger Mike Mayock is doesn't have you got, twitchy trigger finger Mike Mayock on. The other end of the line not whatever timing. System. They had did. You. See his hand just forget the arm. Twitch forget the arm twitch Okay forget the arm, Twitter j. that did not cost. Him but the minute he, gets out to the. Minute. He jumps six. Seconds On and. On top of, it, six seconds and. On, top of it it's time you, could take a look at it it's on an. Iphone you could see Just saying hopefully you can respect that but maybe not you're saying the five zero to you know forget easy for Gezi that's that's an understatement in the same way that we're about to see Akbar Jamea be Amila, out here and to say that his first pitch. Accuracy makes Babu look. Like Walter Johnson That's an understatement that is his his ceremonial first pitch accuracy makes a whole Norman Lloyd do this Mariah Carey Look like Chris sale Okay That's an understatement to American ninja warrior Matt iseman and Akbar Bajour be. Coming out here shortly I can, go? On and on right Who else who else, first pitches the mayor. Of Cincinnati Cincinnati it was pretty. Terry the mayor, of Cincinnati, made the mayor of Cincinnati looked like vita. Blue Carl Lewis is is pretty bad Oh, yeah Jack Morris hall. Of Famer that's what it looks like that's how bad it was for bar we're going to have matter it'll be fun he just came actually back from raiders camp former Oakland. Raider himself Matt iseman was in. Chargers camp? Where our? First our guest Anthony Lynn joined, us. From as he said. That they're talking to Tonio gates that's going to, happen by the way. I think that's going to happen I. Think so too. Isn't it no reason not to did just, pushing deeper one more. One year deeper his eligibility for enshrinement pro football fame where we're going to be by the way at the end of the week we will be doing our show Friday from. The pro football hall of fame Do you have an future pro football hall of famers Sam. Darnold is in is in camp right here okay let's the way is that going to be your is that your, lead autumn and so we not I recall news update let's get to.
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"My guest is richard holt we're talking about comments made by a sports anchor jimmy hill hill uh essentially the donald trump she wrote is a white supremacists who has largely surrounded himself with other white supremacist jemil hill happens the africanamerican or black espn is fairly taken no action against her for these comments which is fine with me we have addressed this which a meal and she recognizes her actions were inappropriate she went on to say trump is the most ignorant offensive president in my lifetime his rise is a direct result of white supremacy period the height of white privilege as being able to ignore his white supremacy because it's of no threat to you well it's a threat to me and since jamea wanted to do some politics we we primarily richard holter a political show but let me just tell everyone that the cleveland indians have just defeated the kansas city royals three two two in the 10th any bug potentiating that extends the indians winning streak to twenty two games which arguably now is the longest winning streak in the history of major league baseball so a record was a broken tonight in cleveland in the indians managed by former red sox manager terry francona so we are very proud of very proud of that my guest richard holt member of project 21 he is a an american first the episode the africanamerican in these member project twenty one which is a conservative organization with emphasis on black and service let's go to the phones and i want to focus on jemil hill's comments i think they were totally inappropriate she has every right to express that point of view but does it does it cover your attitude impact your attitude towards watching espn in this the era of colin kaepernick and and the protest on the uh the football field let's go to a chris in beverley chris thank you very much you're.
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"Transaction fees will become a commodity or ethics will become a commodity and therefore transaction fees will come down dramatically um but a lot of the stuff were excited about is beyond instant payments ill we are also partnering with a company called bit bond which is partnering with jamea to basically issue credit to assamese across africa that are looking for credit to purchase goods from abroad say china to buy it cetera the base a bit bond is done doing that a credit scoring they send us bitcoin and we instantly converted into african currency so we're kinda like the the last mile distribution for dispersing even credit so we moved beyond the remittances that we focus on nationally two more interesting products so that said i mean we know india vets future which some people have a hard time imagining lewis the serb totally a latronica currency leads future where we are carried me is in fact somebody that i feel is not spoken of in of this reality that most of africa including east africa we emphasise such a big deal that most of africa's still functions on cash in the what are some of the fundamental macroeconomic issues that drive the perpetuation of in these economies in like pick a key me whip ripples operates in and use that as an example sure i having of the great point actually read my mind is that cash is still king in many of the african countries where we work i can think of the example of uh of those of you listeners who ira from kenya may have heard of that or no when i mean when i say boater border.