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"john abbott" Discussed on Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

02:24 min | 2 weeks ago

"john abbott" Discussed on Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

"Could you just introduce yourself to us, please? Yes, ma'am. I'm John Abbott. And what do you do? John is having trouble telling me about himself because of Jeffrey. That's the very un podcast friendly rooster who keeps interrupting him. Jeffrey the rooster and John live on a farm in milledgeville, Georgia, population 17,000. It's about two hours southeast of Atlanta. And we've tested them to talk about a farm staple. The tractor. Growing up, I was used to riding the older tractors that were just a straight shift, diesel engine trapdoor, really the only electrical wiring on it was from the battery to the starter and headlights. But that's not how tractors are now. Now, the trapdoors can basically control themselves, you're just up there in case something malfunctions. John climbs into the cab of a John Deere, 50 75 E this is our newest tractor that we've gotten. He puts the key in the ignition and starts it up. When I start up. And then once it's cranked once it's cranked up and running, well, it's more like a cell phone on wheels than the tractor he grew up with. In fact, as soon as he's a board, John pulls out his phone and fires up a nap to see how his tractor is doing. I can actually go on my app. And go to my live dashboard. And it will show me every time the trap nurse tell in the computer, the computer telling my book. It's telling him the outside temperature that is coolant is working. My field temperature, my fuel wobble, how much feel I'm consuming, how fast I'm going. Which on the one hand is kind of incredible to have all this information right there on your phone. But on the other hand, if all that is Bluetooth enabled and constantly connected to the Internet, well, someone can break into it. It's hackable. And if some bad actor got into the network, they all share. Well. If a hacker could come up with a

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"john abbott" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"john abbott" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Even former high tab and officials like Paul Craig Roberts Look him up and Ron Paul conservatism who had pointed out that we're being brainwashed by this boogeyman of Russia and China And there's an article So John John is it a boogeyman what Putin is doing in Ukraine That's a boogeyman huh Yeah And I think we're having a whitewash every day every and every way about the people like this Zelensky who's on a canonized into some kind of a saint There's an article called one less trader on the gray zone by action people in the seats All right John I'll let you get back Thank you John I'll let you get back to the bunker and the tinfoil hat is expired You got to put another one on My goodness thanks for listening though John Abbott that CIA game put me into this chair You know deep throat is my code name guys I messed up I went too far tonight Talking about China and Russia Russia and China both Ron Paul now Look I have respect for Ron Paul on some levels but the conspiracy stuff the craziness How much do you need to see All right Your eyes or stuff like John and some of those publications are telling us your brainwashed Think about that Don't think about China Don't think about Putin Don't check your teapot I had 8 6 6 50 Jimbo that gets you on the Jim bohannon show Research shows people remember radio ads that remind them of the past so to help you remember that Liberty Mutual Insurance company customizes your home insurance so you only pay for what you need Here's an ad that will really take you back Back in my day I heard a voice from the radio say liberty mutual customizes my home insurance so I only pay for what I need I'm getting on in years now but heavens to Betsy.

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"john abbott" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"john abbott" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Right guest cast. We have john abbott as vince. Hawkins colin douglas. As ruben and the rutan voice he's notable because he played a character. Donald bruce in the enemy of the world. Ralph watson plays ben travers. And he's been several doctor who projects if played an overseer in the underwater menace from the patrick trout era captain ben night a unit officer in the web of fear from the patrick trout era and also play the same character in a big finish diary of river song story. The web of time. You've played the character. Edis in the monster of pelivan from the jon pertwee era. We also had sean cavalry as lord henry. Lord henry palmdale. He's notable 'cause. I guess he was in the movie. The curse of the pink panther. Okay the one that was. I think it was After peter sellars death okay. So that one allen rope plays colonel james skin sale. He played Dr evans in the moon base from the patrick drought era edward a wessex in the time warrior. Which was the story. That introduced sarah jane smith anderson tar sands and he also played gareth in full circle. Which was the introduced. Patrick from the topic very nice. And lastly we also had an will it as adelaide the saggio and rio fanning as harker. And of course most of these characters if not all of them die in this story because this is one of the few stories where the entire supporting cast dies in the story this is. It does have a lot of feeling of agatha christie and then there were none you know a couple other her it does have that feel of. Everyone's getting slowly picked off ten little indians. I always prefer the kind of knockoff parody of that called murder by death. Yes ever seen that movie. I love that movie. I need to see it again. Because i've seen it a couple of times. I know the first time here fox in it. Yeah i i i was. I went in wanting a real mystery. And like you know like in the end where they go. Was there a killing. yes killed. Good weekend you know. I was like wait a minute. You didn't give it an. I need to rewatch this again. And just enjoy the whole irony of that nets that i should add that to my rewatch. Yeah that's one. That's kind of annoying because it's not nobody streaming it. Oh it isn't okay. Yeah yeah. I've trust me i've looked okay so If you know where murder by death is streaming let me know yeah place trivia. This is the only onscreen appearance to date of the ruins despite bench several times in various doctor who stories as the moral enemies of the centaur. And.

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"john abbott" Discussed on Everyday Talkies

Everyday Talkies

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"john abbott" Discussed on Everyday Talkies

"Linguine. It was one of the fourth episode so it gives him that she knows. What's jesse predicting and then towards the end you're there was this whole thing where she asked the minute block. Was that you've you the materials as you've been somewhere. It was never shown where she would like what happened with her. I want to know. Were like what my guess would be is Chee is kind of in in a very kind of abusive relationship of vividly with gang. Because she knows what the pen signifies that she knows she's obedient but she accepts the fact that You need to have the secret timeline. Stuff and the indian on this so that there can be ordered so she buys and good because wanting in the comic says they're not interested in the whole mix is Gangs loving yet so it would be like She knows of gang. She knows about the whole thing off. She may be doesn't know yet but she finds out streets she'll find a fall in love with them or she kind of By his ideology and kind of thing. I don't know pick mighty that Who knows what will happen was they. They do like chain characters. Have beaten Let's see again. This one thing. Bob up in the head. Look if you have accepted sacrifice a free will with the establishment of governments. Who cares about cigarette. That's what it is like. Even though the show operates on such a cosmic lebanon. It's like i think in just a little bit fall short on connecting with me a connecting with neon ought not emotional. Because i understand leaving that all the hard choices that you know the guy that does make invited making what their emotional status. It's just academy it's like somewhat hard to relate to any of them on a very low because it's it's sore lodge on most novi yet. Because i understand why you falcon break very close because must've almost by hours early then nate you. You just have a sense of. I would sit. Its spirit and all of that. It was different it was like a horrid john abbott spent on so was talking anchored actual real world issues a new and assimilated vanderberg those powers the entire base of the so. Just one does relationship with visit with liquor post-traumatic depression and All this sadness and grief. And all that and i'm the sleep this this is this is the show for me on any digital therapists but but But look at was magnum. And i think that is what i understand dominate. So you don't have the correct but then you exported units. That's a big limit and my wife is gonna win like all windows doors. Whatever course like it also it. This is the problem right. I don't know how. And i hope that they would accurate when you open the village to be such a garden. Okay i understood thomas but then you basically broke the speeders. Mike time late might be were says who is bigger than this was bigger than canada concord. Who's amateurs by like what happens. I mean we still haven't encountered celestial. You're like me encounter once celestial. That's what macaroni style lords. But we still haven't and garnered the next al-aswad seem very beacon for this guy. That guy your story is getting time limits. I ended up kind of what it's it's different because of at the end of the day can still human even though he can control the whole field of gang at the end of the news. There's only so much that he can do but celestial on the other hand always like very by more deal question of origin. It's it's more like This i've been reading a navy gave wants a the present pretty excited belief evans we It's it's revealed that the tunnels humans that leon was essentially created by the celestial and nobody knows why the senate bill Couple of thousand years and then check on this and then nobody really knows why they were created by dictator created. The owners and the deviance lead easing leaked leaving unsteady. You will and they documents. So why did this like what is the. What is the point of existence and missing. that took When you're going to let that might've been all would just Of by the downfield. Six eleven and might be Questioning all of life. Who knows maybe they'll will. And his existence autumn generally speaking little. I just wanted alcobar. The cinematography of the show put a few minutes First of all the lightning in all the scenes is what what it does. in fact. the little doesn't matter leopard. So now her name is arkam Autumn durell arkansas. And i looked it up. She's married and listen to my ruffalo and died guy. He is one of my favorites and writer. Up is actually. He's australian and his book on australian. Will he's one of the biggest worries that he looked on was it's it's deep lingual shakespeare that and it's like a greedy revealing michael and dipoto. You usually should watch it. It's optimus beautifully movies ever made. But that's a whole different wind but any that kind of experience in a way that those marry each other. And that's why it be kind of their workers so ann hanson away. That's why the show looks like it was made for Abutted that was twenty towards by budget was just marches lake. Gobi lighting wilkes the lead the likud keys to the lights. You know nick mendez like neon lighting. That there's For example when that guy growth mismanaged when she shows up onscreen does. She has little blue around that she has. The lighting around hud looks very prominent and the light. You can see that light on the thus thesis just to understand that kind of lighting. Just join the stan. How that will move on camera that does very technical very hard to do. And i appreciate the amount of effort that includes nocco mentioned although one thing those fancy shorts weather gamut is of orleans on Willing upside down and then dunning again and this and that all that stuff is amazing. Yeah on these things they use of kyle on these different colors the yellows greens the while these colors that you normally don't really seeing movies when we used to have like an orange blue kind of art paint and it'll be really inch munitions of that so all these different colors beliefs different but as makes it such a unique shoot. You know we know it really harkens back towards high find comic says when i wonder when david i understand all of this and appreciated in its shooting. I guess get into photographic this. Yeah a lot of. I don't seem to understand lawrenson right away but just because of the fact that Just because i do a lot of it's like there's just an aesthetic sense that you kind of get into like you. You can see look at stuff and you see what makes it different from nick. Modern stuff look on ended. Then just you know watching the office undecided and some level of the other them conforto guiding deepak. Because obviously you love something off automatically when you see you seniors over that we just put it in words but then that is where a un with this colors and honor dot com. But again i.

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"john abbott" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"john abbott" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Takeaway. I'm melissa harris. Perry for than six hundred thousand. Americans have lost their lives to the kobe. Nineteen alongside the pandemics. Massive illness and death toll is the economic devastation. wrought over nine million. Us workers lost their jobs. During the first three quarters of two thousand twenty faced with an impending poverty pandemic federal lawmakers acted swiftly. They sent out stimulus checks. The expanded unemployment insurance the increased food subsidies they implemented the eviction moratorium and they established cash payments for the child tax credits short. When they saw how many americans were in peril elected representatives worked together to expand social safety net and according to a recent urban institute. Report the result of these efforts was to lift nearly twenty million people in the us above the poverty line and reduce american poverty to its lowest rate on record. Now some of you told us about what unemployment insurance benefits meant to you and to your families during the pandemic and whether you're worrying about the end federal unemployment benefits in early september. Hi. my name is tania. I'm from tampa florida for the first time. In my twenty years of employment. I received unemployment benefits during the recent pandemic. After i was laid off from a scale position of fifteen years without those benefits. I would certainly be homeless and unable to see my kids. Because i don't have a lot of education and i had only fifteen years in jail not a lot of work background. I receive benefits than it was a lifesaver. Unfortunately i found out that my part-time assistantship job for grad school. That tape three hundred dollars. A week was too much to qualify for unemployment. Even though i had been let go by my other part time job and told to apply for unemployment as a result. I now have to pay back money. Nearly three thousand dollars in addition to not being able to receive the assistant that was helping make ends meet. I have no idea what i'm going to do because i can't go back to work full-time due to not being able to childcare. Because i have another little one on the way so yes. I've been extremely worried about it in being and i have no idea what's going to happen next. This is the lexus. And i'm calling from county. Hi this is john. Abbott hopewell new jersey as self employed music teacher and musician. The unemployment benefits are god set. I tried to bank as much as possible to prepare for the time when the benefits will stop in the meantime. I'm working to rebuild my teaching practice and get more performance work i've created the impact of the delta will be minimal but with a quadrupling of cases here in new jersey. I'm not counting on We're going to have more on the federal unemployment benefits a bit later in the hour. But first we're gonna talk about this. Recent decline in poverty rate. And what policymakers can learn from it with sarabeth gal research director at the southern economic advancement project. Welcome to the show sarabeth. Thanks so much for having me so i. How clear is that. The decline that we're seeing in poverty is caused by and due to the increased government spending. Well i mean it's it's very clear and the data already and We actually released a report last week. Pandemic prosperity southward tracking different indicators. And one of them that we're tracking is this monthly poverty. Estimate and you can really see month by month. How different assistance programs impact the poverty rate so stimulus checks arrive and the poverty rate plummets particularly for children. The federal unemployment expires in the poverty rate. Goes back up and so you can really see in real time how these assistance programs are impacting People who are living in poverty or near poverty so on the one hand this feels like good news. Like look here. We have empirical evidence that when we spend and we spend in these targeted ways to directly help americans in their families. We lift people out of poverty. Why would there be any bad news here. What are the critics of this. Well i mean i absolutely. It's great news and one thing i would say. Is you know. These are old programs Unemployment insurance has been around since the nineteen thirties. Earned income tax credit food assistance the sixties and seventies the child tax credit. The chinese and. These are bipartisan programs. They've been put in place and supported across party lines and so really what it showing us is that we have the programs and mechanisms in place to attack poverty. And we've just flex the muscle of those programs right now and so. I think that the question going forward is how much we want to flex that muscle outside of the pandemic and so i think that critics will come and say that it is too costly. But i think that it's just a budget question in the end. So what are we willing to spend if our goal is to reduce poverty and of course. There's an old saying that budgets are moral documents right if you if you want to know what you believe in. Look where you spend your money. So how do we move on this. Great pandemic news right. This is like the one great piece of news out of the pandemic. Is this idea that art. We've got the tools if we resource those tools. We can actually change the economic future of america's most vulnerable. How do we create the political will to do that. You know part of these programs were safety. Net programs like food assistance but others were really programs that were widespread universal like stimulus checks. And that was all about keeping the economy humming right and so this isn't just about anti-poverty programs but our economy depends on folks. Have confidence being out there spending and having enough money to spend and so i think that part of the conversation is not just the safety net and anti-poverty but really you know how we're going to bring the economy out of this pandemic really restore it and help it to grow and one of the ways to do that is to ensure that folks have enough money to spend so. I think that it's both the moral and the economic argument that needs to be made. And i think that's exactly the policy conversation. We will be in the next few months as a lot of these programs Reach their end. So on the one hand i want to jump rope and cheer lead and be excited on the other hand. How do i square these these graphs. These data points with the stories. I've been hearing from across the country About hunger during the pandemic about experiences of of homelessness the poverty line as a statistical measure is one thing but how are poor people actually humans experiencing this.

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"john abbott" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"john abbott" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Marco Woman, it's the world. It has been a tough week for Canada Heat and wildfires nearly 200 more unmarked graves of indigenous Children discovered at a former residential school. And this ongoing issue. Canada's indigenous communities want birth alerts to stop. That's when a newborn can be taken from apparent without consent. The practice is meant to protect babies, but advocates argue it disproportionately affects indigenous communities. As the world's Bianca Hillier reports. Most Canadian provinces are listening. Newfoundland and Labrador is the most recent example. It was Colonial. It was racist, and we recognize that John Abbott, minister of Children, Seniors and Social Development, said this week. The province will no longer issue birth alerts, The federal government and other provincial government recognized that chop checking policy has to change in this country. The announcement is welcome news to Krista Mugrage. She's a former child services social work. Or in the province. There's still a lot of inequality and services for indigenous people in Canada. Mugrage currently works for the new Nazi avid government's Department of Health and social Development. She says birth alerts have contributed to a deep sense of fear with an indigenous communities. Expectant parents often worry, she says that asking for help during pregnancy. Will be judged as being an unfit parent, which could lead to their child being taken away. The fear has could actually impact of moms or an expectant parents decision to leak out for support or prenatal care. And actually impact their decision to go through with the pregnancy were not. The government data to confirm these fears varies greatly by province in Saskatchewan, from 2015 to 2019, a reported 78% of newborns who came into government care were indigenous in British Columbia in 2018, indigenous parents made up 58% of people subjected to birth alerts. In Newfoundland and Labrador, though the numbers are unclear, But before the practice ended this week, community members there say they have seen a sharp decline in alerts in the past two years in the right direction. German Bennu in is the executive director of the A new Round Table Secretariat, an organization that works to provide support services before child welfare gets involved. Despite the decline, Benue in, says fear of the practice has lingered Just a couple of weeks ago. She got a late night call from someone at the hospital. A lady there the was giving birth. And asking me. Can somebody be here with me? I'm afraid the trouble will be coming in. And I said there probably won't. But if they do, give me a call, I can be there in 10 minutes because of this, the new one is glad to see birth alerts formally end in Newfoundland and Labrador. The province is one of the last in Canada to discontinue the practice. After a 2019 report from the national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls called it racist and discriminatory. But the policy remains on the books in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, where advocates are hoping to use this week's momentum to end the alerts hearing over special. We're not fulfilling that obligation that we have towards reconciliation, Martha Painter a nurse and advocate for ending the policy in Nova Scotia. Spoke to the CBC this week. It's certainly demonstrates that the provinces not prioritizing.

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"john abbott" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"john abbott" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"Recent reports say that care isn't adequate especially at shelters like fort. Bliss kids mostly from central. America told child welfare advocates. There served spoiled. Food trash is piling up and that the lights are kept on twenty four seven. There's also little access to mental health services. Fewer kids are in custody though. They're being reunited faster with relatives in the us and those still in custody are being moved to licensed shelters. Us officials are now closing several of the emergency shelters and so we are trying to see which facility the emergency and take sites we continue to be mobilized and still provide the care that we will be the government will keep fort bliss open now. It can house up to ten thousand kids beds. The government wants on hand but critics worry that relying on mega shelters like fort. Bliss risk bringing back those dangerous conditions for children. Let's work together to really revamp the system from start to finish so that we don't have to go back to this kind of triaging ad hoc moment that we found ourselves since the near the start of this year. Wendy young leads kids in needs of defense a nonprofit in dc. She was also concerned when the government sought volunteers from agencies like the social security administration and nassau to work at the shelters for stent people not trained to work with kids especially kids. Who don't speak english or are dealing with trauma we are calling for the deployment of child welfare experts at the border from the moment that children arrived to get that processing started from day. One other advocates would like the biden administration to take a wider. Look at the question of unaccompanied. Minors gladys molina runs the young center for immigrant. Children's rights in phoenix a comprehensive. Look at how they can stay out of. Government care allow shaves with an adult caregiver to present at the border and lease them as soon as possible after being processed by border control because many migrant children don't head to the us border alone. They travel with an adult a grandmother an older cousin they become unaccompanied one separated by. Us officials from that relative at the border since that adult isn't a parent or guardian. Molina doesn't think this should happen but not everyone agrees the us should keep the door open to unaccompanied children at all. Pete hermansen is a long time now retired border patrol agent. He lives near knoxville tennessee. Were to patrol agents often encounter unaccompanied children. I i think that we put the border patrol and we've put our immigration services in a position where they're stressed where they're not resource properly and we're not handling the situation properly. He believes the. Us should work more with mexico to return migrant children back to their home countries but for now the us is working to keep places like fort bliss in texas as an option and allow children arriving alone to the us to stay for the world. I'm monica campbell. A popular activist who fought corruption in ghana was killed this week. Ibrahim muhammed better known as kaka used social media to help launch a hashtag fix the country. Now a mob attack on monday young activists who protested his death were then shot at by police to more people. Were killed here to talk with us about this. Social movement and the events this week in ghana is journalists. Ridwan kareem dini osman. He joins us from the capital accra. It's first of all one. Who was the man who was killed. And what is movement was all about. Well fix the country now activists mohammed hopefully known as calcutta like you've already mentioned was attacked by weyrich any home on sunday as a juror. A farming community in the ashanti regional. Salving gone out now. Unconfirmed reports say the forty five year old was killed because of his rounds on social media which were believed to have made the government's on opium now caucus lee revealed that the deceased had received threats over his facebook tirade before the deadly attack. And it's a little confusing this mob. That showed up at his house. I've read that the police may have been involved or perhaps he's were citizens. Sent by the police. Have there been any arrests made in his death. And is there any further information on who this mob was. We have very little information. I think that police have been giving enough public information about i mean in terms of the profiling they have done on these suspects but we know that they have arrested three suspects on. If i speak to you now the i in colts are we are monitoring closely what the outcome of. Today's proceeding will be. But we know that the ebeen charged in connection with the incidents so regardless of who made up this mom that attacked kaka and ultimately led to his death caucus neighborhood. I gather went out to protest. Afterwards and now the news of his death has reverberated all over ghana. What kind of support does kaka and his movement actually have across the country now. Urine his burial on tuesday in Phase got bloody when a joint police and military team confronted rates. A youth school had taken to the streets to demand justice now the joint security falls shot and killed two suspects and less about four others critically. Injured eco-fee thea is one of the protesters. I ultra rushton insane. I went there and so had to follow up to the hospital. And lo and behold to date about six or eight or nine people also injured. ridwan. I'm kind of confused because ghana has enjoyed a really positive reputation in recent years for such a model nation. Should we be surprised that there is a movement called. Fix the country now in ghana. I mean what started that. Well in the lead to twenty twenty elections in ghana. The president's gave some release particularly on water on electricity's because of their general economic cash emanating from the coolant nineteen endemic however twenty twenty one as so many taxes were reimposed including on. What the end elecricity. Now this led to another. As many gideon's continue to struggle financially a many resulted to social media to express the frustration and that gave birth to the face of a country now movements and what happened in a drought. So what happens now in this kind of fraught week to the fix the country now movement. Where does it go from here but movement had been bought by the police from protesting because of colored elia. Now this was clenching courts the movements wander right to don't straits body. We're told they must wet with police. As so far however face the country now have yet to declare whether it will carry out so the ministrations time possibly will tell reporter ridwan kareem diaz mon- across the gone capital. Thank you very much. We'll be right back. Your with the world. I'm marco werman. It's the world. It has been a tough week for canada. Heat and wildfires nearly two hundred more unmarked graves of indigenous children discovered a former residential school and this ongoing issue canada's indigenous communities want birth alerts to stop. That's when a newborn can be taken from apparent without consent. The practice is meant to protect babies but advocates argue it. Disproportionately affects indigenous communities as the world's bianca hillier reports most canadian provinces are listening newfoundland and labrador is the most recent example colonial races and we recognize that john. Abbott minister of children seniors and social development said this week the province will no longer issue birth alerts.

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"john abbott" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"john abbott" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Here in the mountains outside the capital pulled Carita multi lane Expressway is lined with scaffolding. The Chinese construction company hasn't finished it yet, so cars are using the old road underneath it. It hasn't been paid for yet either. The first payment on the billion dollar loan is due in July, and it's unclear whether Montenegro will be able to pay China back. What's worse, says former Justice Minister Dragan Social. A once completed the road won't lead anywhere anyway. Not yet. At least we make a drug so it is from nothing to nothing. That's because the road Peters out in the middle of the mountains, a tiny 25 miles section of a proposed 270 mile highway that aims to connect Montenegro's port of Bari on the Adriatic Sea. With Belgrade, the capital of neighbouring Serbia. Montenegro's government says the first section alone put it in so much debt that it can no longer afford to build the rest of it. And I think that we will pay not maybe Generation but future generations, But I don't think that is the problem from China. That is our bad decision. He's not the only one blaming the previous government for catapulting the country into historic debt with this project, which was signed in 2014 with the Chinese state contractor and funded by a Chinese state Bank. Earlier this spring, Montenegrin Deputy Prime Minister Dr John Abbott, Soviet spoke to European media in an effort to appeal to the European Union to come to Montenegro's rescue. Montenegro aims to be an EU member. One day we are now victim. All the extremely bad decision of the former government. A copy of the loan contract reviewed by NPR shows that if Montenegro is not able to repay China's state owned Export Import Bank on time, The bank could seize land inside Montenegro as long as it doesn't belong to the military or is used for diplomatic purposes. In addition, Montenegro's former government signed off on allowing a Chinese government court to have the final say on the execution of the contract. Deputy Prime Minister Abbott Ceviche told Euronews and made these terms are incredible. And I don't understand what kind of persons are officials for the former government and which signed the agreement that if something happens, hypothetically, someone can take Your land. This is not normal. This is out of any kind of logic of national interests. Another source of confusion is why China was interested in this project in the first place. For years. Montenegro, which has poor infrastructure had plans to build this highway, says Milica Kovacevic. But European banks weren't interested because they didn't think they'd be paid back. Kovacevich, president of the Center for Democratic Transition in both Dorita has spent her career studying Russian investment and influence in Montenegro. We completely understand Russian policy or this region, and it didn't change for hundreds of years. It was never too occupied. It was to destabilize and to prevent from any Western integration. That was at.

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"john abbott" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"john abbott" Discussed on KQED Radio

"25 miles section of highway that threatens to tape Montenegro's economy starts here in the mountains outside the capital pulled Koryttseva multi Lane expressway. His line was scaffolding. The Chinese construction company hasn't finished it yet, so cars are using the old road underneath it. It hasn't been paid for yet either. The first payment on the billion dollar loan is due in July, and it's unclear whether Montenegro will be able to pay China back. What's worse, says former Justice Minister Dragan So she once completed the road won't lead anywhere anyway. Not yet. At least we make a drug. So it is a highway from nothing to nothing. That's because the road Peters out in the middle of the mountains, a tiny 25 mile section of a proposed 270 mile highway that aims to connect Montenegro's port of bar on the Adriatic Sea. With Belgrade, the capital of neighbouring Serbia. Montenegro's government says the first section alone put it in so much debt that it can no longer afford to build the rest of it. And I think that we will pay not maybe Your generation but future generations, But I don't think that is the problem from China. That is our bad decision. He's not the only one blaming the previous government for catapulting the country into historic debt with this project, which was signed in 2014 with the Chinese state contractor and funded by a Chinese state Bank. Earlier this spring, Montenegrin Deputy Prime Minister John Abbott, Soviet spoke to European media, in an effort to appeal to the European Union to come to Montenegro's rescue. Montenegro aims to be an EU member. One day we are now victim. All the extremely bad decision of the former government. A copy of the loan contract reviewed by NPR shows that if Montenegro is not able to repay China's state owned Export Import Bank on time, the bank could seize land inside Montenegro. As long as it doesn't belong to the military or is used for diplomatic purposes. In addition, Montenegro's former government signed off on allowing a Chinese government court to have the final say on the execution of the contract. Deputy Prime minister Abbott Soviet told Euronews in May. These terms are incredulous and I don't understand what kind of persons are officials for the former government, which signed the agreement that if something kept keep pathetically someone can take Your land. This is not normal. This is out of any kind of logic of national interest. Another source of confusion is why China was interested in this project in the first place. For years. Montenegro, which has poor infrastructure had plans to build this highway, says Milica Kovacevic. But European banks weren't interested because they didn't think they'd be paid back. Kovacevich, president of the Center for Democratic Transition in both Dorita has spent her career studying Russian investment and influence in Montenegro. We completely understand Russian policy or this region, and it didn't change for hundreds of years. It was never too occupied. But it was to destabilize and to prevent from any Western integration. That was at the time. Whether that was also you can get him empire or now EU or NATO. So we knew the goals. We could prepare for that for China. I don't think that anyone understands what is the final goal, But Stefan Vladislav Iev thinks he knows. For years the foreign policy analyst has kept track of Chinese funded projects in his home country of Serbia. And he sees broader political goals for Beijing, especially in the case of Montenegro, where, despite its pleased to the EU, Brussels refused to help repay its loan to China. This was a good chance for the Brussels to gain some ground in the region. It was a good chance for Brussels to show with dedication to the region, he says. By not helping Montenegro, the EU has seated potential influence to China, whose presence there underlies a broader political plan. The fact that the Western Balkan countries are not part of the European Union give them the opportunity to create their foreign policies and their national policies outside of the EU s framework. So it's uh easy way in to the European territory. It is the easy way in to establishing us influence in the immediate neighborhood of the European Union, and that's something he says China has been hard at work at in the region for years. Under its belt and road initiative, Beijing purchased the Greek port of Perez, turning it into the second largest part of the Mediterranean, and it's also constructing billions of dollars worth of highways and railways, including a planned high speed railway. Can I think Belgrade and Budapest China's embassy in Montenegro declined an NPR interview request and so did several members of Montenegro's government. Vladislav IV, believes the government's sudden silence after reaching out to the global press when it needed EU help earlier this year, is a sign that it's in talks with Beijing to restructure the terms of the loan. Meanwhile, Chinese construction crews are putting the finishing touches on a toll booth and tunnel of the new stretch of highway Latin Greek Itch and associate at the European Institute for Asian Studies says For all its problems, it is the nicest rode his country has ever seen for Montenegro to have such a highway. It's like buying a Ferrari with the average salary and then you you are thinking about I might not have money for the gas Greek, which is finishing his doctorate thesis on Chinese projects like this one in the Balkans, and he says, all of them have one thing in common. This kind of projects are always political, and it's basically how many things are done in the Balkans. You use the public money to redistribute them to your crony net for for companies and then use it in political purposes and so on. And now, he says, this is made easier with money from a rising superpower eager to wield its influence globally. Earlier this spring, Montenegrin Deputy Prime Minister Abbott Soviet told the press he was open to launching an investigation into alleged corruption among members of the previous government over the Chinese built highway. But that was before he stopped speaking to the international press before his government entered into talks with Beijing over how to repay the money it owes China and so.

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"john abbott" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"john abbott" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Theo station. It is 78 degrees at 11 o'clock. Good morning. I'm calling the Castro. Two people are dead, and at least four others are injured. After being shot Friday night in Jersey City. It happened around 10 45 in the area of Creston Avenue near Brinkerhoff Avenue. It's believed that at least six people were shot in a tweet early this morning, the Hudson County prosecutor's office said. Two of the victims have died. Police say they are looking for a gray SUV that drove away from the area the wrong way down a one way street. Cops also say that there were at least two shooters. Police are investigating after a hit and run left. One man dead last night in Brooklyn Cop said approximately 10 20. They received a call of a pedestrian being struck by a vehicle a 10 77 Bedford Avenue in Bed Stuy. When they arrived to the scene, they found a 52 year old man, unconscious and unresponsive. He later died after being transported to the hospital. No word on any suspects and no word on a description of the vehicle that fled the scene. It's possible the U. S. Could approach the end of the Corona virus pandemic as we know it in the next month or so. That from chief presidential medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci. Speaking with ABC News today, Fauci says it will happen after at least 70% of adults have at least one vaccine dose when we do get to that point The overwhelming proportion of the population vaccinated. You're going to see an even greater declined to the point where the case is on a daily basis are not of any concern, and we could really start getting back to the normality that we all crave and what we crave. Includes going to sporting events, the MBA is playoff ticket policies are promoting vaccinations. And ABC is tied and tells us that will be reflected tonight at Barclays Center and in other arenas around the league. Most of the seats of the Celtics nets match up in Brooklyn will be reserved for basketball fans who've received both doses of Madonna or five Sir, Covert 19 vaccines or the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine. The entire arena is going to be one Large vaccinated zone, Brooklyn that CEO John Abbott Mandy This is one small step we believe, but an important one, a symbolic one for New York City getting back and up on its feet. There will only be a couple of sections reserved for fans who are not vaccinated. Todd and ABC SPORTS New York Attorney General Leticia James is pushing a new bill that aims to spent to specify when cops are justified in the use of force. James says the proposed legislation is an effort to bring sweeping reforms to the way cops to there. Jobs, including making use of force by police. The last resort. These reforms will not only help us to hold police officers accountable for wrongdoing, but I believe will dissuade officers from using unnecessary force. In the first place, she adds. The current law doesn't require officers to try and use other methods such as de escalating the situation, giving verbal warnings or even using lower levels of force. I'm Lisa G w o R news, sports and weather Next WR News time is 11 03 present. Lyrics inspired by state farm. Surprisingly great rates, but my race like that great like that drive safe like that. I saved like that. Straight up fax. Great.

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"john abbott" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"john abbott" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"In one. Yes, you can say so Disgusted by it were the talk of the town. People just taken listen to what they want to hear. Louisville happens here. News radio. Wait, 40 w h A s sorry. I'm Trish. Good spirits. Thank you. I'm not disgusted. We have a weekend filled with sports on our menu E and give us an update. First off on Louisville Baseball. What's happening versus Miami? It is now the top of the second over there. Jim Paterson Stadium. Cain's already up to nothing. Didn't get to see the very beginning. They were finishing up the Wake Forest game on the A. C C network, And just as it switched over, a young man from Miami was rounding the bases after hitting a home run, so I don't know if it was a solo or a two run bomb, but No. The cards are down two nil. Louisville and Kentucky both in need of some wins, wins wins to get going here it regular seasons and that's for sure. All right. You heard the MBA theme and, of course, the MBA playoffs finally get underway. What do we get tonight? Tonight. We've got the last of the playing games. We just heard they're in the news. The commissioner trying to fight to keep the play in games, a lot of players. I don't think they're big fans. But I think the fans themselves seemed to like it so I'm going to get the Memphis Grizzlies at the Golden State Warriors tonight at nine o'clock winner will be the eighth seed in the Western Conference, and then we'll get to play Utah on Sunday night. Yeah, and they want revenue that Z what happens And they're just looking for ways to make sure they can keep making a living. That's how that works. Yeah, it's it's all about maw rise on the game. The essential idea is, you know We're used to the eight team playoff format. Well, if your team nine or team 10, and you're a couple of games out with a couple of games to go, you know you need a lot of help to get in the playoffs, so you may not be Trying to finish out that string in a positive manner. This keeps those teams involved keeps those teams fans involved and get you a couple more games on TV. So yes, it's all about making a little extra money. All right bunch of games Saturday. One of them is the Boston Celtics at Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Nets. That's the cool hot celebs magnet, but also the Madison Square Garden. Folks are gonna be delighted that there Knicks are actually in it. But first, this from ABC News reporter Dave Packer on vaccinations and fans in the stands. Listen to these numbers. Basketball in its fans back together for many of us the This pandemic really became real when the MBA suspended their season Brooklyn Nets CEO John Abbott Bundy the Nets to host a playoff game against the Boston Celtics. 90% of the seats for the match up reserved for fans who are fully vaccinated will have a limited number of non vaccinated sections. On those folks will be socially distance, They will be masked and they'll all be tested Unvaccinated minors under 16 consider the fully vaccinated section if they test negative and are accompanied by a vaccinated adult. Dave Packer, ABC News Thank you for that. Dave Packard, who in the world How do you police all this stuff that he just described? Well, I was interested here and there, they said. For all the people sitting in the non vaccinated area, everybody's got to go through the covert test. I guess they're gonna have rapid tests there on site and you got to do that before they let you in. That's a guess. Quite the expense. You said. You set up some kind of a bubble at one entrance. Non vaccinated heathens. You rabid dogs go through this entrance only and then everybody else is vaccinated and they're making it sound like Because of the way he used that Burbage in that report, 90% of the seats for the matchup reserved for fans are fully vaccinated. The other 10% for unvaccinated people. It's like, Oh, 100% well, but they're not full. And we don't really know what their capacity is of their doing 50% or what? Yeah. Trying to find a number there on the Barclays Center site. And it told you you know the process, but it never told you what the exact number Woz. I would guess New York. I know they've opened a few things. Just shot the dark. Probably 50%. Maybe 60. I don't know. So all of the rabid dogs will be in one section. Actually, the guy that was quoted saying one ruins and when when they were, there will be a limited number of non vaccinated sections. He said. Okay? So, but still they have to be close to each other. It's not like you're gonna have an unvaccinated section over there and then over all the way across the arena on the other side's moron, vaccinate people. They're they're gonna have him quarantine. I mean, in a sense. Roped off in some area of the arena, and that's that. I would bet that the the non vaccinated people kind of get that area behind one of the baskets, and it kind of works up the arena from there. That way. They can leave Ah, section or so on each side and then use the rest of the arena for the vaccinated people, and they don't want them. Going to concession stands the rabid dogs. So what they'll do is like the you know the old movie, Pappy on hose down where they just hose down all those guys all those prisoners. What they'll do is Is have, like a beer can in, and it'll just tell everybody beer. You know, all the people in the rabid dog section will just open their mouth and they'll just spray him and same thing. Then they'll make popcorn fall from the ceiling like Like confetti does during a celebration and then you just open your mouth with, but they don't want you going elsewhere. It's kind of their version of the all inclusive ticket there. They probably give you a diaper to until you do not use their restrooms. I mean, why did should they clean up for the unvaccinated all they're gonna have to after the game, no matter what somebody's gonna be cleaning those seats sprayed that liquid Clorox. Exactly. Okay. I go post them. All right. What's our MBA Slick slate for the weekend and, well, we already talked about tonight. We got the last of the playing games. Memphis against Golden State at nine o'clock tomorrow four games, flipping back and forth between the East and the Western Conference, starting off in Milwaukee, Greek freak. Is going to be taken on the Miami heat. That's a two p.m. on Saturday. And you got Dallas at the L. A Clippers, which actually was a really good Syriza in the post season last year, So I hope that one comes back Tombo, another good Syriza Saturday at 4, 30, Boston and the aforementioned Brooklyn Nets tomorrow night at eight, and we're gonna close out the Saturday night Slate Portland at Denver. That one's a late night start. 10:30 P.m. on the East Coast. Let's make our picks for the first half the weekend here at Memphis School State. I'm taking steps. During Golden State in tonight's game. I will take golden State as well. I like the Greek freak. I like the bucks. I will take I'm gonna take the Clippers and then I can't. I can't go against Brooklyn with that at all Star cast, Assuming they all show up, they only played what three games together. Is any road team going to win? I don't know. Okay, Portland, then report Endeavor. All right. Just give me Portland and just on a freak note that one road team wins. Okay. What's up for Sunday Sunday? We've got Washington at Philly starting off the slate. Of course, the Wizards coming off the big win in the last play in game last night that we've got the Lakers at Phoenix 3 30 on Sunday. Lakers, the favorite against the two seated, Sonny was possible. Well, because have you seen those two lineups? One of them is Devin Booker and Chris Paul. Nothing against that. But the other one is LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Yeah, 11 of those teams has two of the top five players in the league. The other ones, the Phoenix Suns. There you go, then we've got Atlanta and New York on Sunday night Big early two thousands match up there. Sunday seven and then closing it out. The Spider Mitchell led Utah J is going to host whoever wins tonight's game at 9 30..

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"john abbott" Discussed on Découvrir les Distilleries du Québec

Découvrir les Distilleries du Québec

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"john abbott" Discussed on Découvrir les Distilleries du Québec

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Was jetzt?

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"john abbott" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"john abbott" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"john abbott" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"john abbott" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

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"john abbott" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"john abbott" Discussed on WTVN

"The defense, the only lively It'll show of its kind in Columbus. The coffee will offer one of Ohio's leading criminal defense firms, your host on for the defense, Columbus attorney Brad Couple It's 11:06 A.m. trying to get the basement doctor studio came to work on Facebook Live. We are. We're going to get that up and running here in just a little bit. We'll let you know when that happens. This rented East German equipment. It's Marty General. Good morning to you, sir. You know, I voted for Obama, No. Eight. Obama and 12 Clinton and 16. And I've had a significant conversion over the last 3.5 years. I've watched his democratic platform and I wasn't a Democrat. You know, I was registered Republicans, but I didn't like what I saw the Republican Party. I was enthused to some extent by young Barack Obama and I wasn't a big fan of Donald Trump in 2016, and I just thought it was a befo NW, and I voted against him. By voting for Clinton. What's come out since those three plus years. Has led me through this show to study actually studied B a citizen. And study. What's happening to think to think to get through the noise? What we now call mainstream media. And actually get me to go to a trump rally. Goodness last night. Yesterday went into the evening yesterday I went down to Circleville three of us for guests of John Abbott, who put together the rally for the Trump campaign. Thank you, John. And we I get I get I got to get up. 23 South bound with the hillbilly highway, right, 23. That's America. And that's America for a hell of a lot of Americans. But let me tell you what I saw. And this is to this tall. The listeners want to talk to all the listeners that are tired of being looked down upon because I went into That rally. And The protesters disgusted me. We're going to connect the dots. A lot of those shows the past shows. We're gonna connect the dots here on this one. Well, like I don't know what I saw. The Democrats would say, why are you taking the risk going to a super spreader event like that? They don't get it. 17 76. Those same types of people refused to be dictated to and took risks. Alexander Hamilton. Great Broadway show. By the way, you haven't seen it have not fantastic. Raise the hair on your arms. Alexander Hamilton and 17 76 was 21 years old. James Madison and 17 76 was 25 years old. Thomas Jefferson was 33. You know who I saw down there? I saw a lot of founding father types. The people that the the loyalists to the government, we're looking down their nose. I'm not going to say these. I guess these are the deplorables and perhaps that's what the loyal is called. Our Founding fathers auras Joe Biden would call us chumps chumps. And then the Democrats. I had to go on last night, I had to watch the Trump Circle rally and see how NBC News was going to cover it. And some other Main Street media's Trump's version of reality is basically what some of these Democratic talking heads I've a feeling the loyalists 17 75 sound a lot like Democrats making fun of the hardworking columnist. That's who I saw yesterday were colonists. 10 days before the election months away from finding out who wins and probably One year away from the start of the second civil war. I'm going down 23 south with a couple of my very dear friends. And I'm in the middle of 1/4 of July Parade. But it's instead of the parade moving by you. I'm moving through the parade. Everyone else the so this. This is better than a ticker tape parade when the boys came home from World War two And if you look at the spectrum of parades and American Pride Americana. The heartbeat of America. You got the ticker tape parades afterward. Word too. You have a SEC tailgates. Then you have a trump rally..

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"john abbott" Discussed on Swarfcast

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04:21 min | 2 years ago

"john abbott" Discussed on Swarfcast

"K. E. R. T. dot com. I didn't think of this before, but I was you know I was GonNa. Ask about your people in manufacturing. It's every everybody's talking about all that my impression and this is another preconceived notion from an American of English. Society and European Society in general is that you have a a tradition of a caste system? My impression is if your family was a bricklayer father, you know bid son is not expected to. Be a doctor like you're just you. Sort of are what you are. Is that true or is that? Is that changed? Of course owner, no family businesses it if I. IF I had the machine job, Mike Kids would follow him steps, but I have a sixteen year old. Continue wants nothing to do with manufacturing. It's probably has been ever aggressive. Trying too hard to I'm not even talking about the trade I'm talking about like a class. A class of people like Oh, we're. We're working class. We don't yeah, we're we're we're? We're not one of them. You know and people say. Say Oh in Europe in Germany, and in Switzerland the people they go into the trades in value the trade so much or whatever and it's true, but at the same time. I wonder if that's just because while my dad was working in a factory, and that's what I know and that's what we do versus you know. They're well respected in society. How do you see that? In England I mean you must be around that all the time, so you see that. As a seaway again. Trees it's getting much better me. you mentioned Germany? You see a doctor. To Engineer Jim in. Is the top of the trying. And over here will always do my it friendship, the opposite of the Ryan friends will. Genia really united even at engineer, even engine that I was thinking more like a machine store whatever? Wasn't seen in a pulse. Leoncio Nancy show. Yeah. Ongoing back on! Old I look at. Again back twenty five years along. whereas. It's going full circle. Now think it's quite aspirational job. The appreciates looking for haughty quantifying people even school college. was once upon a time. That wasn't the case they want. They won't good good people. People Applied Apple's songs technology. Sh- mass a mess, so yeah, it's a good point. guy. States have engineer engineers. If you like going to university and get a an engineer degree. Oh, no, that's that's seen as pretty a very admirable profession. That's seemed like that for a long time I was just more considering thinking about you know somebody working in a shop now I go for engineering that's considered pre set glamorous, but I mean it's considered very respected you. It's not easy to get into an engineering school. Now if you if you take saying saying machine view, it's too good job. It's clean job than you would expect. imagine this can be at came over. The war is in the US, but it used to be to job. Note on wooded to jog. Money's good. Lot Money's saints machinist in the UK. Average machinists good money. Good machine estimates hostage by the. Do you think people put their nose up at it like? inside the governments. There was a time when they did not I believe it was slightly making Because of Brandon. With made netted. It is no no, I. I buy because the videos are cool yet. We young people clearly not wedding dates. He claims the manufacturing facilities to eight nine tonnes China a clean where in safe environments it, you know they look appealing. Survey, window is ten years. When you talk about without paying, say these noise clean working environments so with John Abbott clearly other people doing so it was wild through lesser extents, but yet it seems much bad once lost..

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