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Eddie Money's estate files lawsuit claiming medical negligence, wrongful death

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00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Eddie Money's estate files lawsuit claiming medical negligence, wrongful death

"Now. Eddie money His any money is the state is suing us sees Keck Hospital claiming medical negligence and wrongful death in any monies passing 2019. His estate has filed this lawsuit. Any money died at the age of 70 in 2019 in September, the estate for the baby hold on artists. Also named doctors Mark Cunningham, Leonard Claudio and John Anderson Anderson Dam in the suit. They say that he Their negligence led to his He was pretty sick. I mean, You know, Billy, they want to go back and do it all over. But they can e mean he was lying there saying, Please give me some water and I'm shaking. And, uh, he eventually got two tickets to paradise. Yes,

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John Anderson: Conversations

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"You're listening to John Anderson direct with Jay at the charter. These notes that John Anderson Direct is recorded live by our online streaming, which means that sometimes the audio quality is less than optimal. Jerry Better Jara. Is a professor of medicine at Stanford. University. He's research focuses on the economics of healthcare around the world. With a particular emphasis on the health and wellbeing of vulnerable populations. He, became a will non commentator on covid nineteen when Ikbal this year he showed that the vars is foulis deadly than the world. Health Organization initially stated. Giant. I'm really thankful for your time today. It's very good view. The US. Currently as I understand, it has a little I have a five million confirmed cases of COVID nineteen. Record something like one hundred and sixty, five, thousand deaths. It's emotionally and politically charged to the extent that I think it's hard to get a real handle on what's happening and what ought to be done now can you give us a feel for what is happening? In America. And why so hard To get the facts on the title. It says you said politically charged in a that I in my lifetime never seen a medical issue before and the other thing that's challenging the United States it's and we talk about the United States as a country. But in fact, it's it's lots of different regions that are experiencing the epidemic very, very differently. So creating a single national policies, a very challenging thing I suspect similar similars same as turned Australia's well, it's it's very. So it's it's a card, some parts of the country like New York New Jersey. In the northeast had their bit with the a massive pain of the epidemic in March April and they look like come out the other side that very few cases and very few deaths there. Now, the the South Sun belt up seems to have gone up now are starting to get on the other side have been through a very rough last few months, and then the rest countries waiting nervously to see what happens next cases of finally start to come down after a after the after the rise the it's that it's not one. Country it's multiple regions I think that is politically incredibly challenging. And you've been responsible for putting some very hard numbers on the table. As I understand it the World Health Organization initially estimated that. Around three percent of the people who contacted the covid nineteen would die. You put very different numbers on the table more. I think in line of one or two thousand. was proven so difficult to get a real handle..

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"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"Parliament for many years I saw racism directed against whites, but also racism directed against minority groups by the minority groups. It's an ugly aspect of human nature that. We will seek to correct, but you don't correct with hatred. And you don't correct scholley with denying. In this case. Some actual facts that in many ways must be many African Americans. For whom America's main a land of hope despite what has happened to they might have happened to the full forbe's I think there has some of the most eloquent critics of the black lives movement and this new racism have been shelby steele soul, all of mine who runs. As well as Senator Scott. and. John Order we have in the middle class as well and I think what's happening though is. For a lot of the African American middle class, they don't know which way this is going to end up. They don't know whether black lives will ultimately be successful and. and. Push this agenda down America's throat, and and. So they're like in some ways, the white middle class there they have their finger in the proverbial error just as the mob during the reign of terror and seventy, nine three, and they don't know whether Robespierres waiting to get all of them are he's going to get gigs in himself. So there's a waiting period, but they are privately I think most African. American. I live in an area. It's about ninety percent mexican-american. I can tell you that the vast majority of Mexican American people are appalled by this. And? So. The left says that there's a monolithic white and non white population and they say that because by the nineteen sixties and seventies, their agendas of our larger larger government, less less individual freedom more and more spending more and more therapeutic was not working and there was the Reagan Revolution. And so they they again saw that they needed new demography a new messaging to re constitute the demography of the United States while you're legal immigration and through new. Anti Martin. Luther. King Messaging Niane ration- intermarriage not assimilation, but separatism, and we as the White Liberal Atri Arc's will mentor you indoor medical and I think a lot of people don't like that and they're starting to rebel the problem is that in the Republican? Party. The official, a political. Organization this country that supposedly spouses and protects conservative traditional thought they were not sensitive to these issues. So traditionally, John McCain Mitt Romney supposedly our most progressive. They only got eight to ten percent of the African American bio if any major candidate were to get fifteen percent of the African American vote..

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"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"One of the problems we're having in the Western world is with the rise of progressive government. In. Its emphasis on race class gender issues. The Chinese are much more brilliant in terms of propaganda than we are. so by any measure of classical liberality Chinese, very reactionary, they have a million. As you know evil concentration camps I could use that to reeducation count. They've silenced Democracy Extinguished in Hong Kong they've destroyed indigenous culture are back. In terms of mercantilism there, an international trade outlaw they bullied their neighbors and I think we're GONNA learn that either out of laxity you're worse or responsible for a half million deaths. Cova and yet yet. When this crisis arose, when we had a travel ban, they were very effective in suggesting that we were races. This is a very diverse society saying that we are racist and every time that we try to make a concerted effort. To push back us that left wing you're racist you're insensitive. That's the yellow peril again, and they've really infiltrated the United States Entertainment Industry Hollywood and even the NBA the NBA is very vocal in their criticism of. Supposed-. Social Activism and things in the United States and yet. When China crush Hong Kong in a pretty much silence oliver players in fears, they would endanger that six billion dollar enrolling NBA market. China. So they're a very insidious rival. I don't think yet. We have any imagination of their potential in their capability in terms of Baba Ganda Message. That's very chilling perspective to come to the question of education to comments festival in relation to the stem subjects as an Australian movie in America we still see this remarkable capacity renovation Still Dominate the markets, a applications and what have you. The impression you had is that in the stem subjects American, very strong. You're saying that there's been a shortage of graduates in that area. That you haven't got the people you need to kick the technology. Age? I think what I was trying to say is that when we look at the quality of engineers that are being trained at Caltech, Samper Mit, they're the best in the world but. The next tier of people translate abstraction into operational efficacy we have about seventy percent are foreign students are necessary because we just. We've had a radical readjustment, fifty years in higher education and were not allowed were most talented people unfortunately have been going into wall. Street finance and law. And to a lesser degree in the humanities and we haven't we haven't for the ambitious programs we have for the sophisticated innovation that we develop were not utilizing in a way that self interested because we're so dependent. So when we say we want to become autonomous in China. A lot of are more informed scholars than other right something like that. In an op-ed, I get a call from a very distinguished person off the records as Victor. Or we only have twenty percent thirty percent of the HDZ electrical engineering or you know nanotechnology that we need and we're very defended on foreign students and we've got to be very careful that we. This divorce is done in such a way that we're not punished in the short term. So it's something that I think we're all aware of and. Kind of frightening how China does not is not competitive with a Western world and absol- in. Pure research is more than competitive in translating.

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"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"Years ago. Black people had one tenth the wealth. Of White people on on average, and that's still true today. so in their minds they'll say will actually no progress has happened because black people still have one tenth of wealth. That white people have. Of course. The math there can be read any number of ways it. Black people are enormously much much much wealthier. Than, we were. Fifty or one hundred years ago. So it it all matters whether what your benchmarking, so if you compare white Americans to Americans, you actually find White Americans on the losing end of that income disparity. And that incarceration disparity virtually any disparity so. The benchmark you choose. Ends up determining the. Attitude have towards whether progress has been made I'm I personally think that the benchmark matters that there's A. There's a proper benchmark to choose an improper bachelor choose. Ultimately what we care about. Is What we want to see is every generation doing better better than the last one? I think that is a realistic goal, and it's a goal that doesn't require this unhealthy. Comparing between groups that have completely different histories, and ought not be compared to each other reminds us. Why always compare blackout comes to white outcomes? If white people had several hundred years of have start? Only be if you're running a relay race and you inherited a ten yard. Disadvantage from the last runner. It's not a failure. If you don't recoup the ten yards necessarily, it's what you want. Make progress. That's how I view things that's. Somewhat controversial position in the American commentariat. But I think it makes sense. That's very valuable insight I think. Can we come into your very strong on data and facts? Which Seem Matt Lessen the age of identity politics on our ad, then emotions and feelings and tribalism, but what are the real numbers in terms of? Police killings in America and the if you like the racial background of those who who are shuttle. killed. As I understand it. They caught revealing, and in fact in a nation of what three, hundred, thirty, three, hundred, forty million. With the reputation America if I can be, frank, has now full full violence, the numbers of people, the men, and who, in mining, in any way, who shot surprisingly love, but can you give us a bit of a feel as to just how racially bro? They, they breakdown. Share. So Act Russell. This is on summarizing from the past five years of data. Roughly a thousand Americans are killed every year by a police firing a weapon..

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John Anderson: Conversations

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"This is John Anderson direct with Coleman Hughes, please note the John Anderson Direct is recorded live via online streaming, which means that sometimes the audio quality is less than optimum. Coleman, who's it's incredibly good of you to join us on a very sensitive been credibly important topic, black lives matters. You've recently here. You're jazz musician. No well established public intellectual in America you've written for the New York Times itself a very interesting. Entity these days you written for the Wall Street Journal for Quillet. You host your own podcasts. And I'd have to say your very brave and committed a data and rational argument. So. Thank you a gain for your time? We hear this term. Systemic racism bandied around a great deal now. What I'd like to do. That is to take a helicopter view all. If you like? The whole issue of racism as a horrific. Blight really on human nature, and then look at the way in which it's played up. The reality is that. The cruelty and the dreadful thing called slavery has. been a constant battle throughout human history. And when you stop and think of just how ugly the African slave trade walls! You can see the origins of some of the terrible tensions in America. That was systemic racism. That was the idea that one man could bind sill, another man or women and children, as they were goods and chattels. Gradually in particular America in Britain had with very courageous leadership from paper lot wilberforce himself Oh. That was wound back. On the tried itself was abolished and then slavery in the from. Seven hundred, thirty, three, then in America. You had a terrible civil war forever, nonetheless systemic racism. Mud vayne ended in the sense of slavery was stalled, but what happened than some America was appalling right until the civil rights movement of the nineteen sixties to what extent? Is Systemic Racism. A realistic term that means anything today. So yes systemic racism. Is a term. That is very confusing. And I'm I'm not sure it's necessarily. Uh..

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John Anderson: Conversations

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"If we respect women, we must challenge women to to have the same due process applied to them as to as to men if we protect women. Unduly in relation to the way we protect men. What we are really doing is saying women. We feel your children women. We don't expect you. Again fascinating insights tax me back to heights point about teaching our children that lodges a dividing line between good and evil. This tendency to set men against women that I. Think is so at Will only. Culture, we got into the very very difficult. died Be Resilient, strong at based. On fascinated by the compensation. I really must that you've got four, we do. I think one of the important points. Some that Andrea about Africa arises out of this. we come at it from different perspectives and it's important to I. Think recognize. That, something's are above party politics. A journalist I quite like and respect said the other day when not nights remarks about the so? Behind environment for the rise of, children? Alwaleed expecting, decide that because he comes from a political perspective, some things above politics you, I would have different perspectives on a lot of political issues And yet you would say I think with me. That human flushing depends entirely over willingly on the sort of environment which we. The next generation absolutely absolutely. Why minute span incredibly good of you to give his side generously reveal Tana, guide I can talk forever. That's my critics would be quick to point. But I think he'd get some fantastic thoughts. I'll look for very much diamond. We can heist you to visit to this country. I Guess Heist along Damn era. And in the meantime Olivieri Best, we not circle back win at the end of you've got some more material weakened. Simply permit for the value. Anybody WHO's prepared to? Engage very forward to visit you in in very doing work with Australians who care about communication and care about men and women, really understanding and having compassion for each other you only thing I, disagree with you about is that I don't think you're a Talker I. Think you're wonderful Talker, but you aren't talker your wonderful listener and a wonderful wonderful facilitator of of what I hope. Was a value to share. Well he was fantastic and I. Think you've gone. You've been listening to John Anderson Direct for further content visit John. Anderson Dot net dot you..

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John Anderson: Conversations

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"You're listening to John. Anderson Direct with Warren. Farrell, please note. That John Anderson direct is recorded live via online streaming, which means that sometimes the audio quality is less than optimum. FERAL! It's just terrific. Talk to your guide. We met in your hand on the West Coast of America some months ago and recorded a compensation which I feel very valuable, which many Now we find ourselves in vastly different circumstances, and on talking to from the living room of my home in northern New South Lyles on farm. Your time I'm sitting here with a copy of your book yours in John Gray. The boy crosses, and I'm going to give it another blog I decided. Not any of I founded valuable I think people should get themselves a copy and do an ID then get several copies and give it today, friends and anybody that I think might benefit from it i. think is incredibly valuable work. But I wanted to talk to you in the context of the impact of covid Nineteen Karen Avars. On families and individuals who suddenly found the world turned upside down. They thrown together. You recently published a very interesting. Pay solve a WICCAN. I was copied in. Talking. EVATT, how many people when they together find in family circumstances in fact, grownup hop on that's very difficult and shows off in the numbers and clothing and countries like China and Japan was to stick suggests that. The Vossen domestic, violence. Are OPPA known astride a domestic violence reporting has risen quite substantially. And you talk about the opportunities for families to be quite intentional, particularly in writing the boys and I'd love to explore these issues I. Thank you very much indeed for putting up with before seconds on or Totally a pleasure speaking with you, so this is not a putting up fish. Side could we begin? What what can you tell us you're? You're brilliant. Researcher keeps a finger on things. On what's happened? On intensive family relationships, what's happening? In lockdown. Around the world and your country perhaps I we know from some of the work that's being done in Australia that there's some good news people reporting more time with their children and cycles of quite a bit of bad news about the stresses of peddling thrown together. When perhaps they're not on the sideline in the why they will be. There's a huge difference between families where they are. The have live paycheck to paycheck, and you know the the. The covid experience of being unemployed Ed End where the father and mother are unemployed, and then suddenly that is really a key economic catastrophe and know there. If they don't have family that they can turn to for earning money that family. That has a little bit more than they have They're oftentimes quite in crisis and and there's also a there have been checks coming from the government to almost all these families and so that's taken a little bit of the crisis off so..

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John Anderson: Conversations

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"The second characters George Whitfield one of the most fascinating figures I've encountered in my life and evangelist. I would say is equal to George Washington in the role. He played in bringing about what we call. The United States of America absolutely stunning stunning story, so he's the second one, and then there are many others George Washington carver. I didn't really know his story. He was a black man of born during slavery times who rose through tremendous humiliations and difficulties to become one of the greatest scientists in the world, and a very humble Christian man worth the of knowing he, he's worthy of celebrating and The the second to last person in the book is Alexander Solzenitsyn another figure who? Many younger than we are might not know who he was and I think he was one of the greatest characters the twentieth century. If you want to know about freedom, if you WANNA know about totalitarian, oppression and communism read about needs, and so I think that you know they are. These are fascinating figures, and so I hope people will pick up a copy. While other to on Willison czar cannon, but tell me Martin Luther King Living Keaton as Smart Melissa. Is Zebra No, no, no no Martin Luther. King is not is not in my book, although I will tell you. It's good that you bring him up because right now. What is happening? Yeah, Floyd Situation I think to myself. There is no one who would be more horrified. No one who had been wrong it up. Then Martin Luther King Junior he was a Christian minister who went out of his way to do the Christian thing, he said we have to We have to behave with dignity. We have to be above. Reproach Rosa Parks was was the same and Jackie. Robinson was the same two great civil rights, heroes and leaders who also were profound Christians. They had a tremendous dignity and nobility that spoke volumes. What's happening now is a joke. People are using the excuse of what happened with George Floyd simply to loot to cause anarchy to burn down. Down the system to do what they can, they don't care about. George Lloyd a any more than a real racist. Would they are just using him? And he himself was a Christian. It's a grotesque thing when I think of how many African Americans I know who are profound Christians who believe in forgiveness not revenge, not vandalism and looting.

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"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"Of so much of today's political debate. Especially when it comes to the dictates of political correctness and identity politics. Yeah this is this is. There's a pattern in all of this as I say that chapter you. Can you can see the intellectual underpinnings and they come from this idea that if it's a it's a Marxist idea but it's just transferred to the modern era where instead of talking about society in cost structures you talk about minority interest groups structures and you lump people like this. What what is what is the primary aim of his Among other things it is a different interpretation of society which is therefore intended to segregate and pull apart societies as you and I might understand them so that people primary affiliation is not that. I'm an Australian but I'm British but I'm a member of the lgbt community in the greatest Sydney area for instance You can predict with one hundred percent accuracy. The people who encouraged this the people who will grab the latest claim by an interest group and run with it and it is always people always people who in the past had another way of trying to attack US societies had a radical Marxist view of the world for instance. We know this with the green issue. Where and again like like rights issues. I write about in this book. They succeed because they're not onto nothing. You know him. The green movement is onto something with the environment and with our planet but it has this hideous red interior which keeps exposing itself as desiring not not a better relationship between ourselves and our environment but for instance the end of capitalism. And it's the same with this. I expose in each of the chapters that the people who make repeatedly and desperately plane that they believe for instance that being a woman is should be merely the first step in a wider mission to bring down capitalists now. I don't think most women were on board with that. Most we'll be rather surprised to be utilized in this fashion but that is very clearly and explicitly and I quote the the various scholars and writers who've been pushing US for years. This is explicitly the aim. And it's why as I say you can always predict exactly who is going to latch onto the latest claim when when for instance the big bearded man with male Genitalia. Wins the women's weightlifting competition. You can predict with one hundred percent accuracy. Who is going to say yeah? What's the problem with that? And the people who are going to say. I'm not short climb. The big weightlifter should be winning the women's category. You can predicted and the people who say. Why have you got a problem with that? Bigot always the same people who believed in the past that our society's needed to be pulled apart in another fashion and now they'd like to do it in this fashion Claire. Liman is the founding editor of Australia's groundbreaking.

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John Anderson: Conversations

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"It has often been remarked on in this series of conversations with John Anderson. Did we are living through a time of great change and tumult as the world faces up to what is likely to be the most devastating global crisis in a generation? That observation is more true than ever like with so much. We usually take for granted? Our broadcast schedule has had to adjust to account for the new conditions. Were living through. In the meantime we have put together. This highlight show summarizing the series. So far it is now over two years since the former deputy prime minister of Australia launched his video podcast series conversations with John Anderson in that time our videos have been viewed millions of times and we have gained consistently growing subscriber numbers via YouTube podcast and the John Anderson Dot net dot. Edu website if you haven't already please subscribe. It costs nothing. The conversations project is a response to the poor quality of public debate and the lack of viewpoint diversity and much of the mainstream media identity politics and political correctness of stifled debate. Many views are not given a fair hearing. Careful reason and consideration of evidence.

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John Anderson: Conversations

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"Both places the the Cars down after the actions taken but the interesting thing is if you look at the actions in Hong Kong simple they different yet similar result so we have nothing to go on to say that this this will even work on. Its own just goes on question. I guess all the time. There's a fascinating article in tweeting in National Review on April the sixth sweet pointing out that. It's it's the it's the other countries which are engaging in the rash experiment While Sweden is actually behaving as a normal country would be expected to do in the propulsion as a matter well. I think that this wage isn't that I'd have a very strong understanding. That what they call a good society can only continue while you have a strong economy that identify what it is. I think this is a lot of this little reason behind it. I I find. It's it's slightly odd for me. As a as a as a social in northern subject to find myself standing up for basically a social democratic and politically liberal and secular country but nonetheless in this case of Sweden's educated at it seems to me to be being in a more rational tolerant and unwise other than that of my own country and I have to say to come into the pundit autism alluding to remember you'll see your guy and I think the riot Ross nationalism that can be it's well done and there's a degree of solidarity around principles globally nothing to be feed in fact in many ways it can be welcomed on the other hand. It could be very ugly so I'm proud on thinking that America's capacity to lead on my social issues has been anything evident in this crisis. Sadly what it's telling us about this such nationalists thing. I'm not sure whether wants the wants to nineteen dry. Subsided with a really will be a real on recrudescence of national sovereignty. That's a maybe of national sentiment. The two things at different I think some people in looks with a considerable distaste what's going on and the OBAMAS Hungary of used the abuse. The event is an occasion to make further tax on Lucian Navy blue. I countries nuts Some people confuse that with Nationalism I I tend to patriotism nationals myself anyway. I think the the the huge power of international organizations under international regulation and of International Trade will continue Entirely convinced that the this is going to change the United States is under very police ship and has been for some time and there isn't any argument that whether under a different president things would be any better. I'm not sure but that's just a fact in the United States is no never will be against as strong as was the floor of the great folly of the Iraq which I think was real which is national decline in really serious fashion of this is just a fact of life which those of us who who grew up with the United States bright stars go selection of of international town have got to get used to the United States is not what it was economically politically or indeed any other way and a as a result of his other dacas. Dawes begins to To donate the heavens and we will. The China may become increasingly. Don't which was converted to Kim sufficient while they as one of the aspects of this. Is that as we contemplate moving ahead when this is one of the things many nations. We'll be asking hot questions out at comes. Dependent upon eighty ninety cents in Australia's Christ America's respectively pharmaceuticals on China founded Outside we have to set these things up here. We've got to be able to produce. Maas we have to reduce risk Oxygen Machines and what have you. I'll think it will on running this. Buying set. Some limits on globalization on Roy's made in very much in favour wrapping up trying always believed that it builds understanding we always hoped that it'd be like as China advance liberal passing so you advances in its politics towards more democratic site. That hasn't happened. Let Zion. I think it's a very interesting question. Would require a lot of deafness. I think asus about yes. Well maybe I think that I think the real problem I is is always people will will take the trade policies which suited them at the time. When Britain was taught nation industrial honesty? Paphos was Favored free trade. Things got less successful less Australia I think has never been a major manufacturing in his has to have a different attitude to trade for one which which has been But I I can't see how the the the levels of global trade which have been established in the as what you might cool the Deng Xiaoping era Can now be going back upon a very easily. I didn't see any sign of any great national political. National sovereignty is increasing extremely difficult to exercise and often those countries which do exercise have sanctions and other things this gentleman. I want one country which would love. I think if it were allowed to be to be part of the international system the because it isn't the moment this uses sovereigntists position is Russia and Russia and Iran AH countries which Which calls the sanctions isolation and an impression of of the diplomatic and and Military type to be because they stand outside the the globalists' system and I didn't see any side about ending. Isla once this oldest subsided and the dresses is over. Will we again find ourselves within terrifying tensions in the Middle East between Iran Saudi Arabia? Which still seem to need to be in grave danger exploding into very very least the original war and perhaps one much widely not because of the the the way in which Iran Saudi Arabia have strong allies in elsewhere in the woods. I remain very frightened by that. Prospect will require extraordinary ladyship but to come back to you like guiding principles. One of Spain's saved a lot. More strident at the moment is a rating blew our relevant. We have to get through this together and I understand that that's important but you know we have normally normally conservative government. America doesn't surprise you could size wealth Does on and yet now Seeing these command economy these massive massive intervention in our lives winding. That back seems to me to be very important. It's GonNa be very difficult but it needs to be subject to some principals it saves. May that the the great strands of Western thinking of Lasi out mets. Lift a Swiss at Hawkesbury and with a great deal managerial. That isn't going to be enough. We'll have to have people who can articulate a vision. What sort of countries People we want to live in and how the global load of might work any thoughts on the sorts of Principles. That should under good thinking as we go forward. I'd say to me that principals matter is what I'm saying we we just think we're going to manage out way out of this. We got to get the one thing that I concluded of Living Abreu. It's slow several years and then travelling to live. I lost counted up as fifty seven countries. Sandwich exists was that the absolute basis that civilization is the rule of law bind with. Liberty. These are actually the principles of the government which I fundamentally scrounging Newell Lucy at the rest of it is stretching. Live and the problem with both of these things isn't they? Don't exist. Grow naturally grown touch consultation under security conditions and I think these conditions are rapidly cease to exist and one one of the things which allowed the particular full of Lohan Literacy which will country on mine have until recently enjoyed a was the the long period of islands government in the in the.

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John Anderson: Conversations

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"You're listening to John. Anderson direct with Peter hitchings. Please note that John Anderson Direct is recorded live via online streaming. Which means that sometimes the audio quality is less than optimum between it. It really is a genuine. Plays A to see you again. Have the opportunity to tool. Godfrey shouted hugely. The circumstances are extraordinary. You're in Oxford in England. I'm not no switched Yussef wiles on farm and yet we're able to communicate by means of mob technology and thankfully the sound and visual quality. Look very good not but I wanted to talk with you. Thank you so much for your time about Nineteen Colorado arse way known as much about it as we did tonight we might extraordinary decisions right across the what we do now is that it appears that it isn't as dangerous not to diminish the important so during brought as modest being on the other hand what he's now around is coming on the back. All the mess was never cleaned up after the financial crisis all ten or twelve years ago. This is going to reshape. The global economy asked the Saudis. The strategic architecture will will be very different day. Some came to talk to you about the very interesting things. You've paid sign on the disease but you really have an extraordinary and valuable generalists perspective. I think if I can put it that way of history all different sorts. All government regime societies around the winter. Establish Some Principles. I think in the wished particular as to how Margaret Establish how freedoms and some degree of economic tawny and future. So thank you again for joining us now. A touchstone. We know surprising to alignment has no sauce Just how little we seem to know even now about the epidemiology of tomatoes. It's non union making the point that some We have three essential problems a lack of knowledge of the necessary diners bars. The fact that many might get it which is nice symptoms and we learn more about that every day and the crucial distinction between as you put it so succinctly between dying with say nineteen and dying all can. I ask you just unpack the very interesting and I'm thinking Suspected you had on US tonight. It's a cool it's an. I should stress you but I make no claims to expertise in what I have done. Is I've started from the basic principles was old journalistic inquiry and indeed only In the modern world. Which is the great statement by telephone is not never believe anything until it's officially denied stops from a position that you don't know the authorities don't necessarily know either and ask questions and what I have found. Is that a number of prominent highly qualified. People and I will name them. In those cases here have serious doubts about what we're doing The thrust of them is professor. John Your needs of Stanford University in California who believe that the supposed mortality rates from Kevin Nineteen. Which you've been suggested a completely awesome misunderstood by the Ford based on statistics not working well-worked insulting secondly of this by name is the only person that's very prominent and distinguished professor of microbiology in the University of mine. Since one of the main seats learning jeopardy professor Bharati a has made two major interventions in the politics his country saying that the shutdown of the economy is is wrong and disastrous particularly. He argues that this disastrous for the very large number of healthy owed people in our societies. We rely very much on social contacts on an exercise to sustain the health. And who if this is prolong will will be severely and permanently damaged and he foresees a quite a large for deaths resulting from this. And so if we're trying to put this as a a some try suggest accrued question of life versus money. It isn't the the loss of life from his policies potentially considerable and you see also the experts from Sweden who continuing to insist that govern behaves like a normal government takes a muggeridge in proportion of action rather than precipitous extreme action. They also dot very considerably the extraordinary social economic and political experiment the engagement by so many major western countries while who are in truth the outlines the ECCENTRICS S of shutting. Down there economists of making a tax on personal liberty. I the At it seems to me of the intensifying economic crisis you mentioned earlier which is almost entirely dropped off front pages of newspapers. The major spite being an enormous and grave events in the history of Tumbling stock markets the the full sutton tarnishes. The general declines economic. Does what by to start with. But if you survey what's going on in my country the absolute devastation particularly small businesses service industry. Count them bills. The growing number of companies which have Sunni threatened themselves on the mercy of the Government. Which from somewhere. Other wet is proposing Something like that. He'll forty billion pounds sterling to pay people doing nothing of for several months with. I've never seen anything like it in my life. I think is is the world be run by teenagers? Does nobody know anything consideration and when I raise these issues because instinctively I felt when it began? That's that that some sort of questioning needs to take place. I thought the purpose of having a free society was that policies examined in public debates. It and it's always been my view that no government is is does not benefit from having serious informed. Opposition will.

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"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"Really enjoy Major but those are very below the other thing that I think you said it before it was a great challenge if what do we do just encourage the flow. Because he's back into a bag had wayne courage really good men and women we have. We have quite a few of them in Australia but we need to pay a hand up for the most notable of all public service positions is of Representatives. So the cried but someone believe me if we get this right as cynicism will become a self fulfilling prophecy him we is leading well. The is a two way process. The fast is the demands people to step forward themselves and the second is the imams the public to have if an attitude towards B. We agree the game a cash to the mountains and say and then pummel them or take one example the gaff in the gaff which people are found to be guilty of very often again Is saying something true which are not meant to said? Well how about? We just haven't agreement that when somebody says something true they are not be punished for it. That's a good place to start and the press and the public that in our hands you know. It's in our hands not look at another one. The U-TURN we've all seen this in recent days have been Thad self-appointed virologists who were previously just tax. You know who who say. Oh My Gosh. The government is you turn. When did the youth come in this? I if I can tell you Dr Village for an straight into a wall I stop and I do a u-turn. It's it's not it's again. It's not morally always determined move. It's perfectly reasonable maneuver. In the face of certain circumstances. It isn't government has so-called U-TURN. It isn't sign of imbecilities necessarily might be very wise. It might say these games as a played in the letter imposed on it. How about we you know. I have confidence in the British government. I have confidence in Australian government and I have. I have confidence that if they change their mind on something in a difficult area in unprecedentedly complex situation you know it isn't because eighth Turned or shown themselves to be in some way malign but simply that they're trying to do their best in a horrible situation and that we should have a degree of tolerance and say it is just the reciprocal thing between online and the politics On the wider issue. I think flip dedicated a time like this. This is this is a deep moment drawers reset at the very beginning on our reserves. I I think Something that Strand said his students Chicago I think it was on the death of Winston Churchill when the announcement came of the death Winston Churchill and I actually just pulled out the reference. I go to in front of me. He's Strauss said on the occasion of Churchill's death. He said he said we have no higher duty. And no more pressing duty Lynch remind ourselves and our students of political greatness of human greatness of the peaks of human excellence that we have the moment in our self isolation an opportunity to demoralize ourselves own opportunity to among other things re moralize ourselves. We have the opportunity to wallow in self pity all to dig deeper and to do better and You know I think that all of our countries have deep wells that we can draw upon Australia has an exception leagues extraordinarily deep. Well of people thinkers an incredibly rich tradition which it can drawer on a tradition in literature and art and much more. Maybe we could use these days meaningfully by reengaging with that. You know we've just been talking about Roger Scrutiny but another friend of mine who died since we last spoke a less New Pretty well. Taking in recent years with Clive. James and I adored clive and My life alone. A feast a library books and the mortgage and deep thinking as well as he's perhaps better known for which is his incomparable. Huma and ability to make life happier You know this is another great great person. Great figure and you know you can have a wail of time as well as a very very significant time in the coming days if you just reached the shelf and got some of. Clive's books off you know and then so many others around clean coal so I suppose what I think is less. Let's uses time. Well Andrew Drool well upon it. Well thank you very much for that. Because in Census. Sasha wanted to talk to you tonight we to use opportunity. The circumstances are provided with might be to do some hard thinking because they'll be be decisions to be night at the end of we're GONNA rock paper. Latest strove sincerely hope you do get to a strategy in an autism future sincerely plenty of people get the heat what you got the site including particularly those people have to lead us. Four out of the Car Malaya's an enormous pleasure inversely and to you John Take. Yeah you've been listening to John. Anderson Direct for further content visit John Anderson Dot net dot a U..

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"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

09:45 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"And thus the fringe it was formed and But that he was also one of those people who understood the deep importance. Not just all of a nurturing people in ideas and inspiring them but the practical things that often mean as much. If not even more you know he would. He would tell you that. He had struggled a lot in his life and struggled a lot particularly Three years and sort of political wilderness that he'd lived in when his thinking was deemed to be wholly unacceptable. And he had to find it very hard to to to you know. Basically A to to live. And so he was very encouraged. Clocking out come up had a small if you did this you could for that menu could use them on the book and then and that sort of guidance is you know that actually is sometimes. Illness is important as as the personal ideological inspiration some device. But that's just the pencil fell on. I mean he even think who he wrote Molin fifty books. I think the end he he wrote only aesthetics of music political philosophy lost at fee on a specific thing. 'cause you remark book. He was the full. Not just that philosophy but act in the world if all of cutting the beauty in the while we cannot do without yet we. We seem seemed to be willing to deprive ourselves off and he was a thinker. Who is our mutual friend Rabbi Jonathan Sacks once said to me I think in some ways seemed greater than the age And he was diagnosed with cancer sudden he'd been Other visibly ill had terrible. Sort of shocks last year He is very pleased as he when he came to my birthday. My fortieth birthday last July and I think it was the last time he went out. It was diagnosed the next day and he was very clearly he had something that was wrong and he had ignored it or being distracted by all the things and he was given a very bad diagnosis and he survived on the six months. It's enormous personal blow and a blow to an awful lot of people who looked to him as a source of guidance and as a rock in the midst of the turbulent not just of of politics of life because to great extent he not only fought about things but leave them as well and demonstrated to other people how to live them but I thought at his funeral. Mom's free in In January at what I think. Now which is there are lots of ways in which we we we think about can think about friends and loved ones you died and obviously the religious have their own very complex but consoling on to this which. I don't or in any way reject but the nonreligious can have their announces or lease not ons responses to this as well in a one which is on my mind. Some has something. Matinee miss the novelist to Raja wouldn't add very much to all that much admiration for love for pass on. My name is once read in his memoir experience which I think is best but he said you told the death of one of his relatives and he said that I don't have one. He said he said how much everyone was feeling. That positive friend rally even What he what he aim is said there is what I think. Roger Annoying along with people. I said that this is where we go when we die into the hawks of those who love us And I think that's the case. And everyone loved Roger and admired him and everyone who will go onto love and admire him and discover his work Part OF HIM. We'll go in them and They and we are all incredibly lucky people full that of course I wanted has been going on. It's very very good friend in. He was outrageously alive because he was a conservative misquoting his numbers. He lost a post which he was eminently suited as as a national architectural. A Conservative member cycle conservative governor before Doggedly shoes the real transcript of getting sick which completely exonerated him. And I would've would've night the person responsible for destroying these standing in that way because it hunting very deeply WanNa do very public mea culpa and some people are very snuck in this overanxiousness I mean I I didn't make any because In Raj white legacy down to hover over it but yes I mean in the law. Some of his friends feel very bitter about this Some people think that what the New Statesman did Toronto in last year of his life At the very least distracted from realizing what was happening to the body and others put the blame will clearly on that and I don't. I don't see anything about justice. That is something. A lot of people angry about the New Statesman under the editorship of Jason County. Yes they lied about Roger and because I love him and my at him and respect him and I wanted to defend him and I did and As you describe on manage to reverse the situation And I often worry of the number of people of paps. Less Eminence. Who similar things have happened to? You haven't had people to defend them in that way and the horrible injustice. They must feel having their lives. Ridden over in that way by dishonest. Disreputable Figueras I am. I don't like to sort of Morally Judge Watson someone so but I cannot understand how somebody could live with themselves. If they'd off to they done what. Those journalists tried to do to run an eye The editor of that magazine in particular who I have met and I thought to be about a decent man to how you could live with yourself to know that if it hadn't have been for somebody else exposing what you dom. Raja would have gone to his grave with his reputation in tatters and identify how they live with themselves. So that knowing that they had spread on truths and knowing that those untruths had an impact in the world at a deep impact on a man's and his family's life You know it's not for me to judge but I I cannot understand how somebody can live with themselves and not feel at the desire to deplete humbly and genuinely Beg forgiveness dishonest behaviour. Thank you because I think what you just said. Very Pathway Burger in Poland rule is to consider. You know we're all capable of doing the wrong thing. We all need to be all when we do. We need to learn up not run away but he in very generous with you talk. I sincerely do make a stride in when rule frame to move again and to funnel as Greg questions if you put up the ones related Described as a great thinker. I hope people reading more widely interviews. Talk to yourself having. He's thinking quite powerful very challenging and as little as put as a perfect gentleman police things courtesy consideration which is something will. I think he's actually crying. I.

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"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"Without issue of rising earlier device. We have options will be another way of looking at this with great aside presumably. Hopefully somebody will come up with an editor at soon solution within the country in which that happens I'm sure will be very keen on exploiting until they have enough for their own needs therein people. Yeah that's a little hardware is emerging as a clear acceptance globalization has limits. Yes I mean it is. That is one of the things that we have We've talked about in recent years and haven't been very willing to acknowledge You know some. It's it's very interesting. The way in which people talk about these injuries which globalization as a term is is one of those tricky ones. Isn't it because it's it can be? I would use it as a description of a demonstration a description of facts of the fact that we live in unprecedented connected while some people are used globalization it as meaning an ideological project. And it's it's worth making clear which one of those while means. I think that the globalization of fun only use it. The description of the interconnected world is which is a morally neutral point. I think in a way is to say that that is neither a good nor bad it means that it has good and potentials within it but like everything else in in life but it is is a description of a natural state will also have drawbacks full to that extent we are currently learning and seeing some of the doors by every single one of these things look at the advantages of technology. The advantage of technology that allows John Anderson me to be toll king literally on opposite sides of the planet is good but it is. It is the same technology that can be used. Terrible bad for the pumping out of of bad and untrue ideas and nation at two on a saying had we get the balance right. How do we ensure we see through as we move through this terrible crisis way? We WanNA guard the end of it because you talk about. Soviet saying China's framed now that he's going to be the subject of some very heated discussions because a one little piglets. Saying well Authoritarian very feisty concerned J. This trial in this is.

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The Murder of Heather Dawn Church

True Crime Garage

08:21 min | 2 years ago

The Murder of Heather Dawn Church

"It took almost two years to find the remains of Heather Church and the crime scene where the remains were found offered offered no clues as to who the perpetrator of this abduction and murder could be the daily sentinel ran an article with the headline girls remains pains found after two year search this from the Associated Press the article labeled Timothy Belbek. The man who found her skull and reported ended his findings as a transient camper and states the death was ruled a homicide and the coroner's report indicates. Heather suffered blunt force trauma trauma to the head. This article has some interesting pieces of information in here as well. It goes on to say heather was last seen wearing white cotton mm pajamas and no shoes she had laid out an outfit for school and her wedding was rumbled as if she was asleep until something Ed awaken her enter Lou Smit who is loose mic captain his detective that likes to climb in and out of windows. NDO is probably best known for his involvement in the Jon Benet Ramsey case. I think he's on the smaller side to captain that might make give him the the extra super ability of climbing in and out of windows you'd think so. I don't think he looks small to me. I didn't either but I read read some story where he decided. When he first became a police officer he needed to balk up because he was like I want to say he was like five have six to maybe five seven but like one hundred and fifty pounds when he first started on the force he got into some situation where he said a A large woman was attempting to drag him across the street and she was having some success and that's when he decided I got to start going to the gym. I got beef up if I'm going to be there. I think that was my mother. Well you know I like to use the term supercop loose-knit. It is certainly a super cop in his career. He worked on more than two hundred murder cases in which a suspect had been arrested and tried for for their crimes he was a detective with the Colorado Springs Police Department. He joined the force way back in nineteen sixty six and worked his way way all the way up to the rank of detective. Liu help to get the arrest and conviction of spree killer Freddie Glenn and his accomplice. This Michael Corbett Glenn was found guilty of murdering three people in Nineteen seventy five at one of them being a Karen grammer. That's correct correct this including the killing of Karen grammer younger sister of actor Kelsey grammer he was also involved in the arrest and conviction Shen of Michael Corbett. This was Freddie Glenn's accomplice so together we have. Glenn who was found guilty of murdering three people nineteen seventy five Glenn Corbett together were responsible for a total of five deaths in and around Colorado Springs back in nineteen seventy five so now I would like to introduce you to another man John Anderson now. I'm not talking about money in the bank in Seminole Wind John Anderson no I'm talking about the John Anderson who I will deem to be another supercop. Anderson was sworn in in January of Nineteen Ninety five have as El Paso County's new sheriff and with him came loose smit Anderson wanted two things one for Lou Smith to take over as captain of detectives in El Paso County and to to solve heather churches case which by this time nineteen ninety-five was looking like it would never be solved in the over three years of the case law enforcement really only developed per the evidence evidence in interviews a few suspects some of the members of Heather's Church at one point turned on one another heather's Sunday schoolteacher teacher and a family friend were questioned extensively as we're heather's parents everyone police in the FBI looked at either had an the iron clad alibi passed a polygraph test or both again this included heather's parents Diane and might definitely a lot of suspicion towards awards the parents. I think when you have a case like this where you have no leads no clues. That's Kinda where the direction that it just naturally takes on yeah now in nineteen ninety five loose-knit took over as captain of detectives and he took over the Heather Church investigation. Lou is pretty old school and he said that regardless of what other people thought that they knew about the case case Mike and Diane Church were not suspects. He said he knew very early on in his investigation that they together nor separate were involved loved in any way after meeting them both and speaking with them separately. Smith believed they were truly victims and far too good of people to do something so terrible is not clear whether or not they took polygraph test and passed or not right the information nation. I have that came from the sheriff's. Department states that they did okay now. Smith also offered up after speaking with the parents he offered up. Some of his expert opinions on the case to the parents have either. He told them he would catch the man that killed her. He said he he believed the perpetrator was an intelligent mail and that his name was already in the case file he also believed unlike the FBI that the motive behind why the PERP entered the church home may not have been sexual. Smith wanted to start his investigation at the very very beginning and reviewing the case he noted the recovery of fingerprints from the Crime Scene Captain Schmidt recognized that although the prince had been forwarded to both the FBI in the CBI he was aware that there were in fact ninety two separate automated fingerprint identification systems or Apis for short so here we are once more capped at the latent fingerprints left on the master bedroom window screen from from inside Heather Churches House. Yet seems like that's the biggest piece of evidence. We have forensics expert. Thomas Carney was is the man who educated smit on the trouble with the fingerprint systems in fact Carney he came from Miami. He worked in law enforcement and and Miami he was the first person to compile a list of the eighth systems in the United States Canada and Mexico and Short North America as said this number as of nineteen ninety five was ninety two of these systems. Carney Arne put together ninety two sets of black and white photographs of the prince that they found on the window screen and this was to be mailed off off to all ninety two automated finger printing identification systems in March of Nineteen ninety-five. They got the call they were waiting on for years so sound the trumpets Captain Burke where we're still working on the trumpets your occur at that was good taking lessons. That was good but I mean we. We need some actual real trumpets. They got a match and fact they got two matches one in California and one in Louisiana so ninety two of these different places they send off these photographs two of them. Call back and say hey we we gotta match for you on those fingerprints that you sent us

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"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"You're listening to conversations with John Anderson, featuring Jordan Peterson and Dave Rubin. Ladies and gentlemen. Please. Welcome John Anderson. We'll do it in and dive. Thank you so much for giving us your time. John Anderson dot net is basically dedicated to something that is very very dear to me as someone who is very wide about our country, and where we're going, and it's that you can it cannot get good public policy without a good public debate. And it seems that we have to bytes anymore. We just have abusive emotional mudslinging. So that's the sort of the background theme. But then we come to this incredible opportunity to die to engage with these two gentlemen. And I want to to get the ball rolling by talking about a number of issues firstly, personal responsibility. Then I'd like to move onto freedom. What is it because it's not licensed? It's not what many people think it is today. And how do we make it with our then want to talk about courage because we're going to need a lot of gang food, and you're gonna hear a lot or see demonstrated some real courage. I think he and what we're going to talk about and what you're going to hear what you're going to witness then a bit about social media and how we make it all work. And then it's over to you. We live in an ideal. When. It seems that. There's a crisis of trust in our culture. It seems that we are very uncertain of our institutions and the people who Mike them up and what they motivations might be. And indeed the research backs that up the strategy National University has been tracking strategies confidence in the politicians and the political process now for many decades, we are in Untited waters record numbers of strandings. No longer have confidence in the system record numbers of a strategy. Now, distrust, the political process and the players in it. Just more recently. We've had the lightest of a series of Royal commissions of inquiry into various institutions this times banking and the financial services, and we learned that we couldn't trust bankers. Now, there are many, trustworthy, bankers in cases or any here. But plainly people were deeply concerned by what emerged and you stop. And think about this. When people are in relationships of trust harmony and progress can be my when it breaks down. How many and progress are impaired and people flee for safety. If you don't feel safe with someone else you'll look for the rule book and you'll look for policing and you'll look for protection. So it's a good thing. We've had the Royal commission of inquiry. So we know what's been going on. It's a good thing. We've got the rich seventy eight recommendations new laws everywhere you surveillance new policing. But it's a tragedy that it was necessary in the first place people have not been doing what they've should have been doing without coercion. So now, we got a great big battles to how to resolve these things you say the law by surprise. But Jordan, you've said something quite different in the midst of all of us, what you've said is that the redemption of the world is not political. It happens at the level of the individual. That's what we hear on the million every not there's a new scandal. It's we need more rules. We need more policing. We need most violence. We need a different path in path. You're not saying that you'll sign it comes back to the individual. The first question is do you want that? Do do you want a more a state with more regulatory power? Do you want to state with more surveillance? I mean, first of all why would you think that that would be, trustworthy when all the evidence suggests in the past that as a state expanded surveillance power actually becomes less, trustworthy, rather than more? And why would you want you might think? Well, I certainly want someone looking into Europe fares. What I don't want anybody looking into mine. Well, good luck with that. Because you know to the degree that I have someone elect someone to look into Europe. There's there buddy well going to be looking into mind as well. And that just doesn't strike me as particularly positive development practically because I don't believe it will work. I don't think surveillance states do make people more honest. I think all the evidence is the opposite. And then I would say from the individual perspective. It's like I believe that the

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"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"john anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"You're listening to conversations with John Anderson during Peter Hitchens, so I paid the thank you very much for giving us some time. Can I begin by saying that in my country, and I think it's probably pretty much the same rod across the west. Now, the research and the data shows what the the sort of state of the pants assessment will tell you people are very distrustful of the system politics, the institutions of society that shirt and badly fractured as will the fragmenting into groups that so in very hostile to each other. How's it come to? This is cone to this. Because ultimately things have an effect long after they've happened when I was just moved child. I lived near the greats seaport supports within Southampton and would go down to the beach and watched the great ocean liners which still and went back. Who is the Atlantic? And this game you could play you could watch say the Queen Elizabeth Norma's ship poss- by about two miles out. And you then wait for the by wave come. Sometimes you wait so long forgotten. It was coming. It. Would you turn your back on track you in the back? So how'd it would not over? There was a huge distance in time between the event. And it's fact I think we see now the effect of the collapse of particularly of European unity, which I think BA guy and then fully on from the first World War where the is made the great mistake of supporting a war, which turned out quite patiently. Not to be a Christian actor to be great Warf civilization was it'd been portrayed as being. And so so she hid themselves with we on such a scale that they could never really recover them or a literacy and it began to drain away from from that point. But of course, people continue to act you suddenly get an audible click and people suddenly stop behaving, Christian fashion. The churches. Collapsing. The the cultural Christie is the general standing Christian rules. The general knowledge of the scriptures. The seven on the mount persisted in the population and still persists people have certain age, but has pretty much vanished. I was reading the other day that a thanks various films, and and children's fiction many English children now, no the Greek myths of far better than the gospels. They shouldn't be not taught the gospels versus not they don't know the parables which been a huge influence for some not know them. You can't expect this kind of cultural earthquake to happen. And for not town affect the amazing thing is that it's taken so long. But the wave has finally struck the beach and people are seeing due to great consequences to too great material consequences of Christianity for the societies in which it's been proven trust on which almost all serious exercises. Must be. Based on the rule of power. How can anyone accept that? Little should be more should be more sources than temporal unless they believe that it has some sort of divine origin, once that goes it goes so these things departing from amongst while we continue to live in highly advanced physically and technically advanced as well civilizations where there's advances are also be based on trust in the law in the end as they depart those societies we'll see store operate as they've done. I think it is an electoral process, which will lucky to be seeing the beginning of so to draw something out of that when trust breaks down in a democracy people flee for security. They democracy is another question. And I I'm not really a democrat. I don't think that universal. Suffrage democracy has been a success. I'm I believe Lucy under the laws great possession of the Anglosphere countries and universal suffrage democracy has tended to be. Inimical to indeed it is Michael to freedom as well as we've recently seen in Turkey Lee, universal suffrage democracy has been used to destroy the root of laws and destroy freedom speech thought an assembly freedom of the press and to create a very dangerous autocracy. There's another example of that. But under Godwin's law alums never mentioned the Nazis. But there is the it's not the only example with where democracy is destroyed freedom. But I don't I didn't rely particularly on democracy as a defense and things that I love so thing you just have to put up with. I think the point I was saying seeking drought though, is that given that you have a democracy, if people become if you like a fried, they flee full security, if I think people and institutions and all kind of do what they ought to do voluntarily life leave for the rulebook, and that starts to erode freedom. They also do is they flee to populists and the Trump phenomenon is as an example of this. And so there are many many reasons for the Trump I in some ways he behaves much as the left to which is why they didn't like him in terms. Semi literate intelligence of opponents oppose the post expense cells. No the restaurant, but the other thing is goes. Social liberals in western societies for many, many years imagined their opponents were all like, no Trump. And so they know them and pay no attention to them. Eventually they've got a real Donald Trump. And now they're angry. But if they listen to people like me twenty years ago, then they would never have got people. I don't Trump. They do populism is is is a great danger. I we have the structures of universal suffrage democracy and out of it all kinds of Munster's can be born. And I fear that comes. And especially if we get as I think, I'd know your country has different economic problems for mine. But if we get the crisis, which seems to be count be indefinitely postponed, given the level of particularly of personal debt that we have in this country, then then the structures go, then I think the tendencies was some kind of pretty savage populism. We'll be strong. It's hard to avoid that conclusion. I think actually, and they will be another recession. They're always he is most western countries have used the remaining shots in their lockers. They went beyond the Bronx. We know that it's the same. Things are being done is being done before the two thousand and eight and with no zone, and I remember some years ago, the quite clever, but failed film contagion I saw an airplane. Probably in the cinema's about two minutes before found which was about a third of swine flu at break. But for that break so suddenly spreading threatened survives countries. I think the reason it failed was because it was such a believable trail of what happens to advanced country when there's a general breakdown of authority in with things cease to exist. And if you get a situation, which I very much fear where money dies, then things of that kind might happen. I'm genuinely worried about the about the near future. I don't think it's good and particularly for for my own country, where we have especially strong problems one ridiculous overestimate our importance, and well, and are in Busey's trade and Secondly, a tremendous inbuilts crisis based upon unsustainable debt. So given the nature of these. Intractable problems. And given that the evidence is quite overwhelming that they are real not imaginary. They're not going to go. Why why is it then that we are unable to pull together enough for long enough to have a reason debate about any of this?

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Priest who fled U.S. in 1992 extradited to face sex abuse charges

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Priest who fled U.S. in 1992 extradited to face sex abuse charges

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Hawaii wins 2018 Little League World Series championship

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Hawaii wins 2018 Little League World Series championship

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Trump Warns NATO Allies to Spend More on Defense, or Else

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Trump Warns NATO Allies to Spend More on Defense, or Else

"Ktar h westside northside lexus weather center president trump reportedly telling nato countries they better spend more on their own defense or else as according to the new york times trump expressing irritation in letters to allies at what he sees disproportionate american spending he's threatening to alter us global military presence that is pull out our troops in places like germany and turkey if the other nations don't step up to their fair share secretary state mike pompeo's going to meet with north korean leader kim jong un this week to work out a plan for denuclearization there thailand says the soccer team stranded indicate could be stuck underground for months now rescue crews trying to figure out how to get them out through the flood waters and to get food and medical supplies to them now we go back to the michael berry show i'm chevra fryer and houston's news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty ktar h we've got john anderson coming up at the redneck country club we've got billy bob thornton and his band we've got tracy byrd coming up we've got steve wariner coming up hey man if you've never come and tried it come try send me an email say hey look i wanna come try this if i got some extra tickets i'll give you one if people come to the redneck country club they fall in love with it they have their birthday parties are anniversary parties are the company parties there it's incredible customer service to beautiful facility we got a great staff check out what we got coming up at the redneck country club dot com it's the.

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