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"jessica holland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"The last time I see a film that I want to cheer? And I want to say thank God someone made this. So tell us about mister. Well, mister Jones is, and yes, gahan. I've had the privilege of meeting her a number of times. She's a brilliant filmmaker. And grew up, I hope I'm getting this right in Poland. So understands understands communism from the inside. And she's made a number of good films. She made a glorious film around 1992, is her version of The Secret Garden. Some people remember the Francis Hodgson Burnett novel for kids, the secret card, beautiful story. But she made a beautiful film. Of The Secret Garden. This film, mister Jones, is disturbing, but it is not gratuitously disturbing. It's not like it's about how The New York Times covered up the Ukrainian genocide and reported that it wasn't happening. Because their reporter, who was a orgy loving satanist, a friend of stone. Don't put in the mirac filter. Like, no, no, no, no. John, you're being exactly literally correct. Walter tarantini. This is why it's such a great film, because it dares to tell the story. I mean, ladies and gentlemen, think about this. This is unfamiliar to you. The New York Times was reporting lies. It was being rewarded for reporting satanic lies about the murder of millions of Ukrainians. It was being rewarded with a Pulitzer Prize. Walter durante to this day has not had the Pulitzer Prize rescinded, so that tells you a little bit about the Pulitzer. How much is he a little bit about The New York Times? And in Jessica Holland's film, she tells the story and it is extremely well done. I mean, it's one of those films where you say, wow, this is a great film. And then I looked at the box office and other stuff, and I thought, it hardly, it didn't do very well. And I thought, this is bizarre because it's not like you can say, yeah, I understand why I didn't do well. It is a great film. And somehow, it just didn't make a lot of money. And I think part of that, and this is something that I talk about all the time, and you and I will talk about it later today. But I feel it's the distribution. We don't have people well, when we come back from the break, actually, I want to talk specifically about this issue, how great things get buried. We'll be right back. Oh man, look at my life. I'm a lot like you were. Folks, I'm talking to John mirac in the studio. John, we were just talking about the film mister Jones, directed by NES, Holland. It's a great film. It's disturbing, but it's not gratuitously disturbed. Mister Jones in the story is one of the few honest reporters willing to willing to come out of it. First of all, it's a true story and mister Jones is a heroic figure, a true journalist who dares to want to tell the story about how Stalin is murdering literally millions of Ukrainians. So when he's there, he bumps into in Moscow to Walter durante. This storied figure who is a reporter for the New York Times. And I think Malcolm is there too. He actually saw through this. And so it's fascinating and it's true. It tells the true story. And it tells you how it's possible for lies to be spread. I mean, The New York Times helped Stalin murder millions of people. That's a fact of history. That's right. And the Pulitzer Prize to this day belongs to Walter joining for his reporting from, I mean, it's so horrifying. It's very appropriate that it went to the 1619 project, too. Well, but that no kidding. That's exactly the point. You know what I call the 1619 Project? Yes, I do, but go ahead. The protocols of the elders of Jamestown. That is a play on the old anti semitic libel, the protocols of the elders of Zion, which says that all the evils in the modern world result from a conscious conspiracy of Jewish rabbis meeting in a Prague Prague cemetery at midnight and planning all the evils of the world. This was something that was cooked up by the Tsar's secret police and presented his true and widely believed Winston Churchill said, this must be investigated. We must find out if this is real. And then he said, of course, it's not. But this crackpot conspiracy theory helped lay the groundwork for the Holocaust. The 1619 Project is a crackpot conspiracy theory, which says the U.S. was founded as a secret conspiracy of slave owners to create a perfect haven for slavery, and that our founding fathers rebelled against king George the third because they were afraid he would free the slaves. This is the point that there's got to be just enough plausibility and truth for stupid people to believe it. It's now being taught in our schools across the country. Well, listen, folks. So obviously this kind of stuff has been going on since Adam and Eve were kicked out of Eden. The fact of the matter is we need to fight. We need to pray. Anybody who says, oh, there's nothing you can do. That's the voice of the devil. You need to do whatever God enables you to do and to pray and to fight at Etruscan with the results. But the reason I brought up the film, mister Jones, you had mentioned the film about de Gaulle, I said, what's the last time I saw a film that I thought was really wonderful? Mister Jones. Now, what amazed me is when I looked it up, I thought, this is a genuinely great film. I mean, it could have won best picture, like it's that great. And it did not do very big in the box office. And yes ca Holland is a great director. She's not some nobody. This is not some little conservative film, or it's not even a conservative film. It's a great film with, I can't remember the names of the principal actors, but these are big names. It's a big deal. And I thought it's because we live in a world where the left effectively controls pop culture and media. You don't know if you come out with a film. Where are you going to plug it? You got Colbert. You got Jimmy. Kimmel, you have Fallon, whatever that's what's left, right? But they're not going to have on something that's kind of cerebral and kind of anti New York Times. Oriente communists. They're not going to do that. So these films just come and go. So of course, we have to we are going to do what we can to get the word out about these kinds of things. And when my late night show comes out, which it will, I'll keep you apprised folks as these things, but it's actually happening. We have to we have to get the word out about good stuff. So that's why I wanted you to talk about the de Gaulle movie and that's why I talk about mister Jones because there aren't tons of films like this. There was a film on a completely different note, I'm sorry, I was going to say persuasion, no. It's the film. It was starring Bill Nye, and it came out. I don't know, two years ago, I'll look it up. Bill Nye Bill Nye, the science city. No, no, no, not Bill Nye the science guy. Bill and I GH Y the wonderful British actor, it's I'm forgetting which of her novels it was as Jane, one of Jane Austen's novels. It's not persuasion. Maybe it was sense and sensibility. But it just came out about two years ago. And it was so delightful, I thought, oh my goodness, when something really, really wonderful comes out, we've got to spread the word. You know, it's like I've always told people the greatest film ever made was zoolander. The second greatest film was the passion of Joan of Arc. Do you think that's true? That's kind of funny. The zoolander is pretty amazing. It's a silent film made in 1927..
"jessica holland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Okay, well, what is the conservative movement actually accomplished in the last 30 years? What are the three branches of government gotten you? Okay, some say we get some federal judges who article three judges who support the constitution. Right. But I think you need, I think you need different counterweights. I think you need information. I think you need to see what's happening inside these places because I don't know how you're going to how you're going to change things unless you actually get people to agree. This is going on. This is what you're saying is beautiful and true. And I want to underscore it or see if I can. Say what you're saying in a different way. Right now, we've always known that that government is best, which governs least. So we know that in the best world, government can only do so much. We know that. And you've got to get people's hearts and minds. It's really about the culture. And I always say that conservatives, traditional Americans, Christians have sort of abdicated the culture to the left, which is why they've been able to infiltrate universities and other places with anti American Marxist culturally Marxist thinking, which is kind of anti truth. And so we have to, as you're saying, make an appeal to people and to say that your voice in the culture counts. And unless you do something, it really doesn't matter who we elect. There are leaders will be cowards, most of them will power down to whoever is in charge of the culture. Right. And that's the irony. I mean, that's really interesting question. It's about the culture stupid. It's not about the economy. It's about the culture, stupid. There was a film that came out actually in 2019, but I only saw it recently called mister Jones. Have you seen this film? I did. You saw the film. Okay, I knew the director and Jessica Holland, she's just a brilliant, brilliant film director. And she grew up under communism. So she gets that story. And in mister Jones, not a family film. But she kind of tells a story about the 1930s. I thought, this is exactly what is happening right now. When we come back, I want to get into that, but it is just amazing the temptation that journalists face of getting in bed with power or telling the truth will be right back.
"jessica holland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Time. Okay, before we go, Alvin. Yeah, I just want to say to be a man today, it's either Eric or me, and that's about it. Yes. We're the only man that I know of. And Chris Hines, Chris Hines, as well. Yeah, sometimes sometimes. I don't even know about Chris. But no, but it is interesting though that some of those older films, they're just beautiful. And so Turner classic movies often, you know, you have to be a little careful, but they often are just fantastic. I spoke this past week about a film that I saw. I think it's on Hulu called mister Jones. Which is it's a dark film. It's not a film for kids, but I'll tell you, it's an amazing film by the director and Jessica Holland. And it really is about telling the truth and about courage and so there's some good stuff out there. And I think we want to patronize the good stuff when we can, where we can, I should mention folks if you haven't yet signed up for my newsletter. And if you haven't signed up your relatives and friends and neighbors, we don't get any money out of this, ladies and gentlemen. This is just a way to communicate with you since YouTube shut us down. I want to encourage you, go to Eric metaxas dot com, sign up your Friends, they can get off if they don't like it. But I think that they're going to, we just share a lot of great interviews like the ones we're doing today, the ones we do every week, we share them that way so that you can share them. So I want to encourage you to go to Eric metaxas dot com if you click on the speakers thing. It tells you where I'm going to be, I will be shortly in old, is it old river, New Jersey? I think it's old river in New Jersey. No, no, no. It's old river. Old river New Jersey, and then I'll be in Phoenix, Arizona all the way to Tacoma, Philadelphia, Atlanta, LA. Anyway, something like that. I'm getting around. I've been everywhere, man. I've been everywhere, man, crossed desert Chan man. I breathe mountain air, man. Something like that. Go to Eric metaxas.
"jessica holland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"York. I'd rather be in your neck of the Woods, but we'll see what happens. Thank you. Thank you. It rhythm. Wouldn't you get the blues? Come on, get rubber. Hey folks, welcome back before we go away. We just want to say, I want to say, Turner classic movies is not a sponsor on this program. But they usually have such good films on that that's almost the first place I go if I turn the TV on because a lot of the older films have biblical values. It's really astonishing how much you can learn about life simply from watching old movies. And the other night, it was the last night Susanna and I watched Red River oh my goodness. It is one of these signature films directed by Howard hawks starring the great John Wayne and it's a pretty dark role for John Wayne, and he, anyway, he plays somebody who is driving cattle all the way from Texas taking for the first time the Chisholm trail, the now famous Chisholm trail. But Walter Brennan is in it. Walter Brennan one of the great character actors who've ever existed. The whole film, though, I kept thinking, this is about character. This is about right and wrong. And this was a Hollywood film, a gigantic hit and I think it was 1947 when it came out. But just spectacular. And I want to encourage people in your spare time, feed your mind with good things. The Bible says to us, you know, whatsoever things are good. What's over things are noble. Whatsoever things are of good report, whatsoever things are. We're supposed to think on things that are good and true and beautiful. And I really do think that, listen, there's a lot of junk on Turner classic movies, but most of the time, there's some good stuff. And you can live in the past in a good way sometimes by watching Turner classic movies, but Red River was just so wonderful. I thought also what it talked about without talking about it is what does it mean to be a man? What does it mean to be a man? That's not the kind of thing we talk about much in this day and age. And so I was just, I just said I have to share that because there's certain older films that are well worth our time. Okay, before we go, Alvin. Yeah, I just want to say to be a man today, it's either Eric or me, and that's about it. So yes. We're the only man that I know of. And Chris Hines, Chris heims as well. Yeah, sometimes. I don't even know about Chris. But no, but it is interesting, though, that some of those older films, they're just beautiful. And so Turner classic movies often, you know, you have to be a little careful, but they often are just fantastic. I spoke this past week about a film that I saw. I think it's on Hulu called mister Jones, which is a dark film. It's not a film for kids, but I'll tell you it's an amazing film by the director and Jessica Holland and it really is about telling the truth and about courage and so there's some good stuff out there and I think we want to patronize the good stuff when we can, where we can, I should mention folks. If you haven't yet signed up for my newsletter and if you haven't signed up your relatives and friends and neighbors, we don't get any money out of this. Ladies and gentlemen, this is just a way to communicate with you since YouTube shut us down. I want to encourage you, go to Eric metaxas dot com, sign up your Friends. They can get off if they don't like it, but I think that they're going to we just share a lot of great interviews like the ones we're doing today, the ones we do every week, we share them that way so that you can share them. So I want to encourage you to go to Eric metaxas dot com if you click on the speakers thing. It tells you where I'm going to be, I will be shortly in old, is it old river, New Jersey? I think it's old river in New Jersey. No, no, it's old river. Old river New Jersey, and then I'll be in Phoenix, Arizona all the way to Tacoma, Philadelphia, Atlanta, LA. Anyway, something like that. I'm getting around. I've been everywhere, man. I've been everywhere man cross the desert Chan man. I breathe out in air, man. I've been something like that. Go to Eric metaxas dot.
"jessica holland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Meanwhile, Walter durante, who is mentioned in that film you just mentioned mister Jones, he received the Pulitzer Prize. And there's been numerous attempts by Ukrainians by many Americans of Ukrainian descent to try to get the New York Times to rescind that Pulitzer and they have refused to do so. I mean, think about that. Folks, again, I recommend the movie, I know, and Jessica Holland had the privilege of doing it. It's hard. It's a hard time. Yeah, it's hard to watch. But I had privilege of spending some time with Holland and look, she knows communism. She's I guess in her 70s now. Brilliant director, brilliant film. It is hard to watch, but it's so real because you think this actually happened. And it's not there's nothing gratuitous. In other words, there are certain films that are just, you know, there's gratuitous stuff. This was just brilliantly done. You have a real glimpse of what it was like. And here was Durant, like many in our media today, Durant was lying. The Soviets gave him. He was the I think the bureau chief for The New York Times in Moscow. And they were giving him women alcohol, a premium apartment. Access to anything that he wanted provided that he continued to carry on the stalinist narrative that everything was wonderful and he continued to lie. And so Durant he denounced Gareth Jones, who was murdered. And he denounced Malcolm muggeridge, both his liars. And a Garrett Jones died telling the truth and Malcolm munger would scream to the top of his lungs to the day that he died, but stalinism was with socialism was. It's a level of evil that most Americans are simply unfamiliar with, and it is why I would argue why the church in America is either dead or ineffective because we act as though this evil doesn't exist. If you don't confront that evil with your faith with the goodness of the God that lives inside you, your faith is largely theoretical. And when I saw the film, I thought to myself, this is, it's astonishing. You have campus crusade crew publishing blog posts about systematic racism and stuff. Not a word about the fact that the media today is suppressing the murder of Uyghur Muslims in China by communists just as they were suppressing news about the murder of the peasants in the Ukraine. Nothing new under the sun, same narrative. Our faith has to speak to that. It has to deal with that, or it's effectively meaningless. We're practically atheists. And so I was just so moved by that film. I thought I had to bring it up because I know you know about it. And of course, you have been to the Ukraine. Many times, I've been there no less than 7 times. I was spoken to many groups there. We adopted our daughter Sasha from there. Ukraine has traditionally been a doormat for invading armies from both the left. Excuse me, but from both the east and the west. And has been the breadbasket of Russia and yet but this is not our war. And this is an effort to try to wag the dog. You know, it's an effort to change the narrative to turn things away from what we now know and suspect it all along that the Clinton campaign and the Department of Justice and the Obama White House were doing. All of this is starting to come out. And so the effort is to shift the narrative away from that. But Eric Clinton, let me say something about our previous conversation that ties into this. The effort to portray people like your mom and dad, like my family members, my father in law. A quiet law abiding man who worked as a laborer for 40 years. These are not, these are not people the truckers, what we're seeing right now. Where's the data showing the truckers is a bunch of radicals a terrorist? Let's.
"jessica holland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Let's welcome back. I'm talking to my friend Larry Alex taunt in an hour or two. I believe we will have John Z mirac. Larry, I wanted to ask you, have you seen a film called mister Jones? And Jessica Holland was a director. I have. I saw it last night with Suzanne, and I thought, I didn't anticipate that it would be particularly good or interesting. I certainly didn't anticipate that it would speak to where we are today, it's not a film for the whole family. There's some nudity and stuff. But what a brilliant film and what an indictment of the left leaning non journalists at The New York Times and at other places, willing to promote a narrative that is nothing less than evil. I was astonished that I hadn't heard more of the film before because it really speaks to where we are today, how the journalists have the sacred role and if they abdicate millions die, let's just say it that way. Well, interestingly enough, Eric, one of the first articles I ever published was telling that particular story long before this film was made. A piece that is titled a famine of truth. And what the film doesn't tell you, some of the backstory, this deals with stalinist Russia for our listeners today and George Bernard Shaw, who was a radical communist. George Bernard Shaw was invited on a tour of stalinist Russia in 1931 and he came back and he said that Stalin had created the nearest thing to a society had Christ returned to earth. This was a kind of language that he was using. And when he was asked about the people that Stalin was killing the purges, collectivization, this kind of thing. He said, well, yes, but he's killing the right people. Well, another man went to Russia at the same time, and that was Malcolm munger ridge. Malcolm mugridge was, you know, had had roots to the Fabian society. He was a socialist. He was an atheist. He and his wife moved there free love all this kind of stuff. They bought into the socialist lie, the way many young people are in this country today. But it least mugger ridge was intellectually honest. And he began hearing stories of a great famine in the Ukraine. And they weren't allowed to go there, but mugger got away from his NKVD that is to say the KGB handlers of that era. And he went to Ukraine. And they're in Ukraine. He saw millions starving to death, cannibalizing one another. And this was, by the way, a state engineered famine. It was a false famine. It was one that was brought about deliberately by the state. And we're moving in that kind of direction. By the way. Wonderful thing, muggers began writing about it and he gave his life to Christ. But he was suppressed by many western media who said he was lying and meanwhile,.
Eric and Larry Taunton Discuss New Film 'Mr. Jones'
"To ask you, have you seen a film called mister Jones? And Jessica Holland was a director. I have. I saw it last night with Suzanne, and I thought, I didn't anticipate that it would be particularly good or interesting. I certainly didn't anticipate that it would speak to where we are today, it's not a film for the whole family. There's some nudity and stuff. But what a brilliant film and what an indictment of the left leaning non journalists at The New York Times and at other places, willing to promote a narrative that is nothing less than evil. I was astonished that I hadn't heard more of the film before because it really speaks to where we are today, how the journalists have the sacred role and if they abdicate millions die, let's just say it that way. Well, interestingly enough, Eric, one of the first articles I ever published was telling that particular story long before this film was made. A piece that is titled a famine of truth. And what the film doesn't tell you, some of the backstory, this deals with stalinist Russia for our listeners today and George Bernard Shaw, who was a radical communist. George Bernard Shaw was invited on a tour of stalinist Russia in 1931 and he came back and he said that Stalin had created the nearest thing to a society had Christ returned to earth. This was a kind of language that he was using. And when he was asked about the people that Stalin was killing the purges, collectivization, this kind of thing. He said, well, yes, but he's killing the right people. Well, another man went to Russia at the same time, and that was Malcolm munger ridge. Malcolm mugridge was, you know, had had roots to the Fabian society. He was a socialist. He was an atheist. He and his wife moved there free love all this kind of stuff. They bought into the socialist lie, the way many young people are in this country today. But it least mugger ridge was intellectually honest. And he began hearing stories of a great famine in the Ukraine. And they weren't allowed to go there, but mugger got away from his NKVD that is to say the KGB handlers of that era. And he went to Ukraine. And they're in Ukraine. He saw millions starving to death, cannibalizing one another. And this was, by the way, a state engineered famine. It was a false famine. It was one that was brought about deliberately by the state. And we're moving in that kind of direction. By the
"jessica holland" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Jessica Holland. This comes from Jessica Howard. Hey, Jessica Howard, by the way. Jessica Howard community best friend for a very long time and now she's working to gain spot. You love to see it. She is working against what? I am actively talking to her, helping her through. She's in like a day three of working for GameSpot. And she's already doing great. I'd love to see it. Following the announcement that a remake of 2002s iconic stealth shooter game splinter cell is currently in the works of ubisoft. It was after an old managing director istvan tandja, has taken to the studio's official block to clear up a few questions as well as shed greater light on the upcoming project. So according to tanger, you ever have to run or will be home in the project and they are excited to take undertake it with pride. And it also serves as a bit of a full circle moment for many of the stuff on that team because they were initially recruited to work on 2013 splinter cell blacklist, not the best printer cell, but a good cell. I think it was very good actually anyway. One of my favorite experimental moments is I can't remember which one it is. It's the one way or on that space and not the ship that's constantly in air and any time you go into like a part of the ship that you're not supposed to be in. There's a guy and MPC who's standing there, who goes Fisher, restricted area. Like he's like, what are you doing? So like, when me and my brother used to be at home and I'd walk into his room without knocking, he'd be like, Fisher. Restricted area. So. Let us sell is fully part of the studios DNA and the studios, roots, tantra said. We know how the high expectations of the fans are for us to modernize the brand while making absolutely sure we don't lose any of its essence. We want to make sure that's been itself fans really love it. So the other thing that they said was what it takes to ship games of the scope at this high quality, they've learned an incredible incredibly challenging to produce two games because they are also working on another title. Of that scope, but taking some lessons to it. So along with the importance of collaboration, resilience and trust, the team is taking that into the news from the cell remake. As for what we know about the game itself, it's going to be on the snowdrop engine, previously is on division and it's currently being used on the upcoming Star Wars and avatar frontier of frontiers of Pandora games. And it will feature dynamic lighting and shadows that will be incorporated into the game's level design, as well as a linear narrative that might subvert expectations fans had for another open world. Sandbox our game from the company. You said there would be some changes made to the game, particularly in terms of how protagonist Sam Fisher moves. Technical producer handrinos said that exploration and innovation will be key parts of this bento cell remake while producer Matt west added that this is all part of the company's plan to redefine delta action games and straddle the line between the spirit of all and the comfort of the new tangia is optimistic about a project saying, here you see a bright future for sprint and so that will satisfy its core audience. I want this to go to revive the splinter cell brand, tanja said to really satisfy its core audience that is very hungry for a new splinter cell and also broaden the horizons of the series when new players. I see a bright new future for spinner cell. There you have it. A lot of big talk about sprinters are happening right now. How do you feel about Tim? I mean, I think it's exciting that they're finally kind of speaking to the audiences have been waiting for this forever. It is a little disheartening that it's going to be so far out like obviously this is a very early project that doesn't fully exist yet. And with video games, we know that unlike movies, which things are announced and then once they're fully greenlit and in production, we know we're getting them within about two years. With this, it's like, it might not be, it might be a lot longer than that. It's an interesting thing because this is what a lot of people in the industry have been asking for for a while, which is just let us know what games are being worked on. It doesn't need to be this whole pomp and circumstance reveal and secrecy and all that stuff. I'm firmly on the other side of that. Like, I don't know, this isn't fun. This is lame. I want excitement. I want the hype, but I'm Tim gays. Everybody expects that from me. So I understand that there's like the two sides of the industry on that. But when it comes to trying to hire up and all that, this is the way you do it, especially when you're ubisoft in the situations they're in right now and things are really bad over there. So I feel like anything that they can kind of do to entice people, which is a problematic in its own right. But I think this is good news for splitter cell, it being a remake is interesting, it sounds like it's going to be a pretty dramatic remake more akin to a Resident Evil two, remake than something that's just like the exact same thing again. So I think this also potential to be something really cool. But we also need to remember that the last remake that ubisoft was working on was princess prince of Persia sands of time. And look where that's at right now. Yeah..
"jessica holland" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"But Something does have to be done because they they preselect older leaders around the world and then they roll them out from behind the curtain and then they said mockingly. Say well they run off now. Have you little election. And these are the people that you can vote for. So the people that end up voting for through pre-selected. Excuse me from behind the curtain anyway. So italia free inferior election. So just just how much power and manipulation they have. It's really quite wholesome and I've got a book that i i haven't read radio. It's called builders of impact but jessica holland jacobs and it's about freemasonry in british imperialism from seventeen seventeen to nineteen twenty seven and the not much has been written up about this in the history at an conventional sense You kind of ignore the the pal influence of freemasonry behind the british. Shame bob and i think one of the arguments in that in that book will beat. That was the gluten free nice. It was the glue that bonded together. And you know if you look at it that east india company and net that wealth that was being looted from the joel in the british crown was indira of course so the whole national security idea that Secrecy exists for the sake of national security. Because we're protecting you nonsense and we're doing some this row with the vaccines because we want to protect your public health When next radio to the ground and and rub your face into the concrete know full protection so this house secrecy thing How national security idea of you know. It goes back to nine eleven where When they live in the first thing they did was the the state of emergency the patriot. Act the the cynicism that they face in the cynicism from pre-selected candidates to vote upon being rolled out from behind the curtain to State of emergencies cynically called patriot. Acts then nothing but patriot so the the kabbalah behind the most definitely has to be exposed and they referred to the nameless one's.
"jessica holland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The ocean which should be really good it should be good grounds for S. of blue whales they should be food for them it should be a place where we see them and now we all so it shows us the oceans have got this incredible ability to heal themselves if we give them a chance if we stop wailing they are the anti bullying campaign more or less has ended this commercial study the commercial hunting waiting and we're seeing the effects of that and this is really really good news we can still make a difference and and help things to recover I'm Peter would you would have to play better offense in Hanover in Germany this weekend what's being said about fears over the growing threat posed by extreme right violent extremists what's your reading of not only what happened but what's being said about it subsequently Bob this is of course a German phenomenon and days of very polarized discourse in Germany that to some extent has enabled dot but it's also a global phenomenon it's it follows a taxing that Bassil taxes in Christchurch New Zealand in Germany again last year tax and synagogues in the United States of the couple past years and so it has both a domestic and global faucet and if you read the manifesto of the attack and it becomes very clear that he responds to international vans as well as two local events and the fact that one of the videos that he published was in English rather than German indicates that he was imagining that to be a global audience for what he was doing not purely a national audience so this is no no this is no longer a localized phenomenon this is a global firm and when commentators say that counter terror work has tended to concentrate for understandable reasons on the threat posed by Islamists more than it has on the threat posed by people like this man are they right to say that he's he's it's very difficult and there is a very very long discussion about precisely that question in Germany right now five years ago I'm in Germany for example take that example I think it was perfectly justified to concentrate very much on the threat by Islamic state I don't think it is an accident or coincidence that Germany as opposed to Britain or France for example has only had one significant jihadist attack that was a consequence of focusing very much on that particular threat and I also happen to believe with what's happened in Germany in two thousand and fifteen sixteen with nearly a million people coming to the country from place like Sierra gone is don a lot of people being very critical of chancellor Merkel being very fearful that there might be tears in the fact that not a single one of these refugees has actually carried out significant terrorist attack and that those who had become radicalized had been stopped by security agencies made a huge contribution to preserving social stability in Germany so it was not wrong to focus not particular threat but governments are like super tankers in the seat to stick with marine for a huge and it takes a long time to turn them around once they are in the right place they all really powerful but it takes a long time for for security agencies to stop focusing on something that is relatively new and as you had to eat it's not enough for one government to be to use your phrase at the right place it needs others as well absolutely and it it it it it is partly because a lot of the radicalization that happens in that area as well as in other areas happens online happens in virtual subcultures I've not controlled by one government exclusively you're listening to weekend from the BBC world service it's nineteen minutes past seven GMT a reminder of a million users with another shot rising cases of coronavirus in South Korea where a hospital for the elderly and mentally infirm is at the center of the outbreak and we'll be talking more about the corona virus in the next half hour version is getting in the way in a presidential election in Togo in a polar expected to give the NASA by family five more years in office to support column Harrison joins us let's start with boxing column the big heavyweight showdown between Deontay Wilder and Tyson fury the champion forty two pounds lighter the way in yeah just forty two pounds a world of course is the WBC champion Tyson fury the former champion and while the tip the scales two hundred and thirty one pounds at the way that's the heaviest she's ever been for a fight his professional career but as you say you still forty two pounds lighter than Tyson fury two hundred and seventy three pounds one nineteen seven seven if you prefer so both men much heavier than when they last met that was the controversial draw in Los Angeles fourteen months ago and of course that draw aside both men have won all their other fights so both of them go into this one unbeaten let's hear now from both fighters starting with the challenge of fury thanks for the last fifty years I've got his number because he put me down to come keep me down I'm not Mr Clinton is mine because everybody else is not tight pop from the gypsy king so you're hungry if you baby this is the moment in time that we all been waiting for the biggest fight of all both our lives unfinished business as I called it and I can't wait Wilder against fury due to start around nine PM local time in Las Vegas that's five hours GMT Sunday so you'll hear news of it on this program tomorrow to rugby union column after a week off the Six Nations championship resumes this weekend it does two games today because it's really against Scotland in running both sides looking for their first win some already rather secretly suggesting it could be the wooden spoon decider in run the softening Wells Agence France the other one French Open to make it three wins out of three they started very well in the championship they still got their sights on a grand slam following their victories over England and it's really the Welsh they're the defending champions cont for another slip up after losing to Ireland last time ash he's the head coach Wayne Pivac said those big hits buttons for us is to keep us alive in the championship and oversee France if he's gonna why so it'll be interesting to see about things approach the guy in the city for me up one of yours to keep yourselves alive and we looking for very good performance Indonesians on it on Sunday to cricket New Zealand on top in the first test against India in Wellington they are in danger India started the second day in a hundred and twenty two for five a wretched day yesterday and not too much better today they skittled out for just a hundred and sixty five in the end four we could see each for Carl Jamison of course is making his debut and the veteran Tim Safi and at stumps New Zealand with two hundred and sixteen for five in reply eighty nine that the Kane Williamson the captain so the black caps already lead by fifty one runs with five first innings wickets in hand elsewhere twenty cricket around the world including day two of the women's T. twenty World Cup in Australia two games today the first of them is already underway debutants Thailand apply in the former champions West Indies in Perth Thailand batting first at twenty two for two in the fifth over not going terribly well for them on the debut in coming up later New Zealand against ranked fifth column thank you Colin Harrison with the sport the new film covering one of the most controversial episodes of twentieth century Soviet history has reignited debates over the way the western press covered communist Russia Mr Jones directed by the renowned Polish filmmaker and Jessica Holland tells the story of Gareth Jones a British journalist who reported on famine in Ukraine in the early nineteen thirties which James Rogers himself a former BBC Moscow correspondent and the author of a forthcoming book on the western reporting of Russia has been to see it and this is his assessment for weekend truth and lies in Russia is the main themes of Mister Jones its main subject is mass starvation in Ukraine the opening shot golden corn under a blue sky is the kind of landscape that inspired you cranes national flag the film tells the story of Ukraine's nineteen thirties famine and of those who chose or refused to tell that story to the world record on the Soviet question mushrooms I don't have one the Kremlin is broke so how with the Soviets of non spending spree the film's central character of Gareth Jones died young murdered while traveling in Mongolia he didn't live long enough to secure himself a place in the history of journalism leaving his Soviet mind is behind he sets out on a forbidden journey on foot across Ukraine he witnessed the effects of the famine the Holodomor as it is now called in Ukraine that killed millions then reported what he had seen the exact number who died remains disputed to this day so does the conduct of the man who was then the king of Moscow's foreign correspondents Walter Duranty your anti met Jones in Moscow describing him later in the new York times as a man of keen and active mind which also declaring his judgment hasty in the film the two talk during a drug fuelled party of Gerontius apartments to rent is not tempted to try to cover the story of mass starvation far to the south of the Soviet capital having arrived in Moscow is a cynical reporter made all the more better by the loss of a leg in a train crash while he was covering the first World War Juran to became an admirer of the hawk system created by that Soviets man of steel Joseph Stalin it was Stalin's policies for service agriculture that history has come to blame for the whole of the more Jiran T. denied there was a famine instead and here the filmmakers Mister trick by emitting a line that showed the depths of his twisted logic he wrote but there is widespread mortality from diseases due to malnutrition I don't let's start doing some Soviet Union is no the workers promise it is not that great to experiment read about in the press for me who spent many years reporting from Russia and who has written about the history of western correspondents that Mister Jones was an engaging watch the filmmakers stress a journalist you tell the truth it's all themselves not above using some artistic license there is no evidence Jones was an unwitting cannibal none he ever met the right to jewel jewel well in making that work relevant to contemporary debates about disinformation the producers could have stuck more closely to the historical facts they were remarkable and shocking enough James Rogers and he's book assignment Moscow reporting on Russia from Lenin to Putin is due to be published in the UK and the US in July I'm ahead in this issue of disinformation very relevant in the present oh absolutely yeah I mean from my perspective as someone who mainly writes about science it's obviously squarely in my camp that says we are delivering information that people need to know about the world and how it's changing I'm so so that sort of where my thoughts breast particularly in terms of the journalistic impact we can have I'm in for example something like like climate with ten years down the line now from that and still there are debates about the actual effect it's high and own the if efforts to address climate change but don't just put people back in the picture that was when it was alleged that scientists were conspiring to create a consensus that human activity was responsible for climate change is that yeah that was there was some hacking of emails that's a major climate change research institute here in the U. K. Univest you stand there and and some of those emails were mis read to misrepresented to to make it look like the scientists were trying to cover up evidence contradicts to human induced climate change so M. it was leapt on by the time it when it was created really by the denies by the time it skeptics Atlantic coast with some people think quite a delay in action towards fixing climate change happened around the time of the two thousand and nine Copenhagen summit which did not really come to any sort of agreement we should've done but then I think the point I want to make is that also some people see that in fact what happened after that was that the science was put to such strong scrutiny amongst the rest of the journalistic community and it stood up so in the longer term actually made we came out stronger and disinformation and you'll feel pizza and so much in people's minds about thank you you can see the real life impact so if you take the terrorists attacked this week in in in Germany the attack left a twenty four page manifesto that was essentially I would say half of it was filled with conspiracy theories stuff that he picks up on the internet that was clearly wrong and it was meant to be disinformation but that actually created in his mind a narrative that legitimized and justified an attack on innocent people so it's not just about tweets on the internet the R. in inconsequential it has deadly consequences my guest today Helen scales Peter Norman more from them to.