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"john berlin" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Washington. And for Bill being for the next few days tomorrow and Wednesday as well as exciting to be back talking with you on this year morning, Jennifer is right in front of me here. What's another way? I don't want to keep saying the prison glass is there. Is there another way of saying where you are, anyway? I can do this blast. I referred to it affectionately as the news closet news closet that's much better than present. Yeah. You know, maybe I watch too much television through the looking glass. All of these things. I like that. Either way, I do. Enjoy looking at you, Jennifer. It's great to see you being here with you as well. Now, this is look I can turn around through the window here and literally. We see nothing but studios, right? There's a bunch of studios around here in Burbank. We already know that we're in l. A. We're in Hollywood. So that's just have a Hollywood conversation here for a moment. Okay. Disney wants Scarlett Johansson her case to be arbitrated and her team wanted to be an open court. If you are not quite understanding what's going on. Essentially the Marvel movie Black widow, which came out maybe a few weeks ago. Not even a month or so, Uh, I came out and then it had to go to the streaming Disney. Plus, while the film was also still in theaters and Scarlett Johansson and her team are upset because a large portion of her compensation was going to be through ticket sales, which has been historically how it's done. So they felt undercut by Disney. Who would just drop the film in an immediately or not immediately, but just thereafter, then to make it available on Disney. Plus now, keep in mind through the pandemic we've been seeing that happened a lot. We've been seeing that happen to just about every film. Uh, and some films were slated to go to theaters immediately. Just say they scrapped it. Whatever the company is and said we're going to put in our streaming Plus is, by the way there's 195 streaming. Plus, I mean, I mean, remember, remember, remember when everybody was cutting cable, and they thought they were cool. And the only thing you really had to go to is Netflix and who live there you go, right? Oh, no, I don't. I don't have cable. I I cut the cord. The cord. Yeah. Okay. You pay more than cable Now, Then you devote those who I mean, you have. Who'd Netflix Peacock. Uh, you know, Spotify Disney. Plus, we just mentioned I mean, there's there's so many who also, man there's so many, uh, Apple plus Yeah, It's insane. Pick a plus. At this point. Can I record kidnap cut the cord and record I recorded and I went back to you. Calvin went back to spectrum. You know what? Listen, they're going to think I paid you to say that, but no, We appreciate that. You know, because at least you know what? It's the old. It's the old boyfriend or girlfriend. You know what you got? All right. New crazy. You don't know what new crazy is, but you, you know, you stick with all crazy now continuing with this, Um her team essentially wants this to be an open court because they want to get all of it out there right. Get all the information kind of put Disney on blast or re kind of a quote here. This is coming from her team, they said after initially responding to this litigation with the misogynistic attack against Scarlett Johansson, Disney is not predictably trying to hide its mix conduct in a confidential arbitration. That is from her attorney, John Berlin. Ski, uh, he went on to say, Why is Disney so afraid of litigating this case in public? Uh And then Disney responded, Uh, she had previously agreed to claims connected to join her portrayal of Natasha Romanoff in black widow and that they will be submitted confidential binding arbitration in New York. So I find this to be Interesting because I think this is going to be something where my my wife's in law in law school. And obviously, anyone who knows this is something where maybe this will become the new president. Right. This will become the new president for all of those actors who said, Hey, wait my film. They're going to do this because we're in a covid world That may not be going anywhere right? This could be what we're dealing with for the next two years, five years or at least some semblance of it. So How are you going to handle my new film? That's coming out. You know, maybe I don't have to just agree to whatever you say you're going to do Let's have in the conversation. Let's negotiate, and this involves a talent agencies, the actors as well as the studios, right? And it reminded me Jennifer of where we were 10 15 years ago with regard to the record industry, remember this thing called Napster? Oh, yes, I was in college when Napster was was was the biggest thing going? And I mean it was so it was, like, Wait a minute. You mean to tell me the new fill in the blank album? I can just get it for free. And at the time we didn't know we were pirates and then leaving instilling we just got. I don't know There's new technology. I'm using it. And then once you realized it was dealing, let's be honest. Most of those kids who were doing it didn't care. I would be kid at the time, right? You didn't know your 18 9. This is the coolest thing ever. I can make an album here in seven minutes, you know, let it download burn on this memory burning CDs. You young folks don't know anything about burning CDs. Um, so I think the film industry television history with all these streaming apps with how the way in Gone are the days of traditional ratings. Gone are the days of traditional box offices. They are now going to have to adjust and have to adjust on the fly, especially in the day and age in which we are now with Covid. Because they're having to make decisions quickly. This was going to be a blockbuster summer film We had. Well now it's gonna be a blockbuster and it becomes cinema or sofa, right. Do I want to go to the cinema? Stay home. And if you're an actor, Well, how does that affect me? Because they didn't buy a ticket. They paid 7 99 for a monthly subscription. So it's gonna be interesting to see how they panel the South. How folks are paid because it does matter how to royalties were living in L. A where so many people Not only the actors, writers producers, you know, uh people who make the music, the sound the scores. You know, how am I going to get paid on this so something? They keep an eye on? Basically, it's kind of how people feel when they see team owners and athletes argue. Millionaires and billionaires argue while the rest of us 1000 100 Ares got to watch. You guys argue about that. So, uh, we'll keep an update on that and where that may be headed and coming up to half Steve Gregory Kft news report is going to give us the latest on Sheriff Alex being a wave in a private meeting with the residents of an NBC. I definitely wanna hear that. That's been a big topic right now, Of course. Jennifer Jones Lee The Taliban say they.
"john berlin" Discussed on 600 WREC
"First Fox News covers the World News A million move. President Biden makes a push for a sweeping economic planning his first joint address telling Congress come to talk about Just an opportunity, making the case that investments are needed to move ahead. He's urging Congress to pass major spending proposals to provide universal pre K In two years of tuition free community College. I will not impose any tax increase on people making less than $400,000 President Biden also set a new deadline for police reform, telling Congress he wants to see a measure passed. The one year anniversary of George Floyd's death next month. Thoughts is shared Halpern Senator Tim Scott in the GOP rebuttal warning. Biden's agenda is further dividing the country and jobs numbers out this morning expected to show first time unemployment claims for last week hitting a new pandemic Low. America's listening to Fox News A war Your man has been indicted on federal charges connected to the riots in downtown Birmingham last June. 50 year old Brian best accused of threatening to assassinate Mayor Randall Woodfin and claiming to have placed a bomb and Lynn Park. If convicted, he'll be sentenced to up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine Governor K. I be signed a bill into law that revise is sex education curriculum in Alabama and also remove certain anti LGBT Q language, and it's that time. The year more construction zones appearing on Alabama highways, Al Doc's Brantley, Kirk is asking drivers to take it slow. Every life is important and anything that we can do to warn the traveling public with our sign Ege Torto, you know, having safety light. It's national work Zone Awareness Week. I believe Brandon and this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. All right, Leah. Thank you very much. It is 6 30 for Alabama's Morning news coming up here in just about seven minutes or so. Congressman Mo Brooks will join us. We'll talk about a number of things, including his Senate run and his reaction to last night. I'm not sure he had much time to watch all of it. He is busy guy. But we will certainly get his thoughts on how things went last name. I have to mention this. That's that's hilarious. I just got a text message from Captain Karl, he says. My wife had me duct taped to a chair in front of the television. I still couldn't watch it. After five minutes, I was able to chew through the duct tape and changed the channel with my nose. Well, at least you were able to change the channel. I'm not sure how long you lasted. Captain Carl, But, Yeah, I was good for about seven or eight minutes last night. It was just a We'll talk more about it. Just been you your thoughts. Welcome on Last night's speech By Joe Biden 88891. Oh 51. Oh, five. John has a son and clear this morning, John. Good morning here in Alabama's Morning news. What's going on? On J T. My name is John Berlin. I live in clearance. Everyday. Biden destroys this country more Just it's hard to keep up with it. The latest well, one of things is he's absolutely destroying a military. If we're not careful. China and ran an older esta me taking over the United States. We need to be very careful about that. But Biden and his son are so close to China. I wonder, but I'm 88 years old JT, I don't have many years left. My kids and grandkids and great grandkids hopefully have a lot I worry about them. No country has gotten so evil. We have so many evil people this country. Including button. Well, you know, Joe, No, No. Look, I appreciate you listening. Thank you for the call. And, yeah, you're right. What's happening with the military now? I don't know if you saw this, John, but they're trying to take it into the green direction, you know, And I don't know how you put what electric tanks is that where we're going with this. I mean, some of the agenda's You just scratch your head and go. Where is the common sense in any of this? And you're right last night. I mean, when You know when he talks about how America is on the move again? I mean, we were on a great direction and moving in the right direction with President Trump. What happened here with Joe Bynes administration in the 1st 100 days. Brought this country to a screeching halt as far as moving in the right direction. Then he talks about how successful he's been in rolling out the covert vaccines and You know, taking steps toe really get the country back on track. Well, thank you, Mr President Trump for handing Joe Biden that nice package gift wrapped form to take the covert vaccine story across the goal line. Also, who's paying for all of this stuff here? America's jobs plan. Giant $2 Trillion infrastructure package. Where is all this money coming from? We know where it's coming from. It's all taxes, but I'm with you, John. I think the mid terms cannot get here. Soon enough. We'll have some more discussion on this with Congressman Mo Brooks coming up. Also in just a little bit here another chance for you to win some money..
"john berlin" Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"That i would slip in an mixes to do like ambient music for a roleplaying games and usually people would nowhere came from no idea as matthew miller who's born on september thirtieth is an american actor. They start as kevin in the drama. We need to talk about kevin and co starred in the perks of being a wallflower in two thousand. Fifteen miller co stars in the drama the stanford prison experiment and the comedy train wreck other films in their career included. The fantastic beasts films miller also portrays the flash in the dc extended universe. They also reprised the role of berry alanon. Tv in the cwc crisis on infinite crossover and twenty twenty and are featured on invincible on amazon prime. Currently where start indeed. He's also in the fantastic beasts movies to buy did say that did you Must have faded out there for movies released this week included pure country reservoir dogs jennifer eight an passenger fifty seven not related package. Forty six train. Thirty two i jennifer as. What was that always bet on black. The megan fox thriller slash horror jennifer's body. Oh that's right. what would you say. Ninety two would be a little early for megan fox. Yeah i don't know if you well know for eight. Oh andy garcia bouma thurman. Oh crap i may have actually seen that The murder mystery after discovering his wife's adultery. Los angeles detective john berlin relocates to recover and work alongside old friends. Freddie ross in the peaceful small town of eureka california where several or severed hand is found in a garbage dump. This goes on but all right Sky mccoll bartusick vernon september. Twenty eighth was an american child. Actress and child model. She appeared in the patriot. Don't say a word as rose wilder and beyond the prairie the true story of laura ingalls wilder thank you for not making that the acronym four boogeyman and kill your darlings. Partic- died at the age of twenty one in her apartment behind her parents. Home her death was ruled the result of an accidental drug overdose. Mother stated her daughter suffered epileptic. Seizures is a baby and believe that that had a role in her death. Wow that's so young man and said all right so tv top shows in the land. At this time we're sixty minutes. Roseanne ome improvement and murphy brown. That sounded nothing like murphy brown right candice. Bergen was much more elegant. She was a rough rough rough. Also one of the most controversial moments in federate live. History occurred on october third when a musical guests to nato connor in her second musical set tore up a picture of the pope while shouting. Fight the real enemy scripted nor rehearsed and lorne michaels not only banned her from the show..
"john berlin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Aren't Children. They are adults. China used to deny that hundreds of thousands of Muslims were being placed into giant secure facilities like this one. Now, though, it's giving us a tour guide and even And this is what we've been brought here to see a room full of Muslims dancing, broad smiles set on their faces. Seen offered uppers proof that they are not prisoners. But students willingly being guided away from extremism in the art room. I asked the principal Morrow Muti. What would happen if someone said they didn't want to come here? It's a girl. We'll move come down. I have never had such a case. But if we did, we would proactively guide them. It doesn't sound much like a choice. Like drug oceans of dance is just this is a training center. They come voluntarily. The claims of brutal, inhuman treatment in these camps have grown louder. Last week, the BBC reported allegations from a number of sources of weaker women being systematically raped, hears the testimony of Tess. Any zero wouldn't day and it's a story some listeners may find distressing. Which of them too. They were three men to not one, but three. They did whatever evil their mind could think off, and they didn't spare any part off my body. Spiking it to the extent that it was disgusting to look at. Okay? A lot of that cut. They didn't just break. They were barbaric. They had beaten all over my body. To send easy a wooden the Chinese government's called that reporting false waiting them. There is no so called systemic sexual assault and abuse against women. China is a country by law, Our constitution guarantees and protects human rights, and it is embodied in our legal system and the government's work. That's Wang when bin from China's Foreign Ministry will hear more of the view from Beijing later in the program. Shown with China's majority Han population, be aware of what's going on. I think most of it is not aware of what's happening. There's very little information on the news about it. If there is information on the news, it's very positive. There are probably some people in the region who are aware of what's happening. Most recently, there was a phenomenon where a new Social media. APP called clubhouse suddenly attracted significant number of Han citizens and we Gore's who began talking about what was happening, Of course. Subsequently, the Chinese government shut it down, but I think for your average Chinese citizen They're going to believe what they hear from the Chinese government that any information about people doing in Xinjiang is merely American propaganda and that in fact, the weak words are very happy inside China. Let's hold on them, too. What we've just heard and understood And let's just understand a bit more about the weakest. There's a sort of journalistic shorthand, which I'm is guilty office the next person when covering this story, and that describes as the mainly Muslim leaders who live in the far western Chinese region of Xin Jiang. What does that actually mean? Rahima, Where is Xin Jiang and tell us a bit about the week of people? What's your language and your tradition? Yeah, it is in the heart of Central Asia and the hard off the Silk Road. We are Turkic we speak. Our language is the closest Turkic languages this bag so cultural tradition, linguistic and religion Islam off Sunni Islam. This is almost same as respect people. Therefore, I say often we actually more closer to Istanbul than Beijing. If you also look at the geographical location, the Gobi Desert separated the mainland China on did they will region I refused to call it. Xin Jiang is the Colonial name. We prefer use Eastern Turkistan the Frommer name before the CCP took over in 1949. Isabel. If I could bring you in, then we've already begun to hear a little bit about this from Rahima. How significant was 1949. When did Xinjiang become part of China as we understand it today. It's been a long process of conquest and colonization. And, and the significant moments are the late 19th century under the Manchu empire, which launched military conquest against Xinjiang, and and finally subdued ID Xinjiang, you should know means new frontier, which is how the man she regarded it. This is territory beyond the great Wall not ruled in under previous dynasties by Chinese dynasties by Han Chinese imperial reach in, You know, as we've heard, it was a separate place with a separate culture and recognized as such curiously enough by the Chinese Communist Party in its early years. If you look at the first constitution off the Chinese Communist Party, which dates from 1931 article, 14 recognizes the right of self determination. Of what they call the national minorities in China, the right to complete separation from China and to form independent states. They all have full rights to self determination under that constitution, But come 1949 mounted on was reluctant to honor that early constitution. And instead we had a system which was loosely modeled on the Soviet approach to minorities, which was of notional autonomy. So that in Theories. Areas where there were a large population off minority peoples were allowed self government under the general umbrella of the state. But this was always very compromised. And depending on the political mood of China, for example, things like the anti rightist movement in the fifties, the great leap forward the Cultural Revolution. But all of those moments of intense political strife in China, none of these regions escaped. So there were attacks on religion. Attacks on language attacks on way of life, nevertheless, until the collapse of the Soviet Union on the emergence off the independent Republics, which had bean Soviet Central Asia, essentially a policy of autonomy held up, But China became very worried at that point. That the desire for autonomy might also, you know, reach its own minorities. And lately, just in the last, maybe eight or nine years that policy off compromise self government has greedy given way to full blown assimilation, and that's part of what we're seeing now. And I want to bring up the question of terror because that is always the accusation leveled by the Chinese government that there are terrorists there is Islamic terrorism, extremism within Xin Jiang Showing the Chinese Communist Party wanted to Foshan Jang into its myth of the continuous Chinese state. But by the time he gets to even the 19 nineties, there is friction isn't there And how does that escalate up to that point of 9 11 so in the 19 nineties eyes, Isabel said. There was a lot of anxiety with the Chinese Communist Party in terms of the possibility of independence movements in Xinjiang in Tibet in Inner Mongolia, and in the week or region. It was articulated through anti separatism campaigns that attacked we. Gore's For any signs of disloyalty. It also began even at that early time period to identify Islamic piety is a reflection of separatism. And so I think when 9 11 happened, the Chinese government saw an opportunity to change that narrative from one of separatism to one of terrorism. Six weeks after 9 11, the Chinese government put out a white paper that said that all we were resistance to the state had actually been international terrorist conspiracy funded by Al Qaeda, and it named numerous week were organizations around the world. As being part of that conspiracy. Initially, nobody really paid attention to that. But in the summer of 2002, Suddenly, the United States recognized one organization called the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement. That no experts had really heard of before. And the Chinese government had not spoken about before and recognize them as a terrorist organization are gonna bring in John Berlin today. You were there with the U. S..
Coronavirus: Germany shuts down borders, halts public life
"We begin today's broker In Germany where people are being urged to stay at home because go with nineteen infection rates are rising. The country hasn't been as badly affected US off European power hoisted hoses like the UK France and Italy but there are fears that could change if lockdown measures lifted too quickly. Let's get more on this with on Rosenberg who is head of Europe and the UK at the political consultancy. Cigna M- Global an-and. Choice me on the line from the black forest in. South West and Germany good afternoon. How much has changed in? Germany changed since we spoke to you last week. Actually there's a lot of ambiguity about the fact if it has changed at all. There was a bit of noise yesterday because new data was released that showed that the infection rate has gone up somewhat marginally to one which is a measure that using here to see if it's going up or down and one or one point one is considered a dangerous state that could overwhelm the healthcare systems. But since the data was released yesterday there have been conflicting news coming out showing other numbers that actually show that it hasn't increased much. And that's just a normal fluctuations so all in all. I would say it has not changed dramatically yet so it is normal fluctuation when you look at those numbers until they they are not the same one all the time we see different reports. That's right that's how it seems at the moment however you have to keep in mind that the lockdown measures would just released a few days ago last week so in a way it takes at the minimum ten to fourteen days to see changes in infection rates because people have been stepping out more going more to shops etc. I would expect and a slight increase once the the numbers actually show the reality because just walking about over here at considered me say that there's much more activity on the streets. People are now going into shops more frequently. You even see kids playing with each other which they shouldn't be doing but you certainly see. That behavior has changed. Germans have been advised to stay at home as much as opposable is there. John's Berlin will still needs to rethink its next steps when it comes to easing restrictions. Yes there is a chance. I think that's not just the case in Germany. That said likely going to happen at one point throughout Europe. However the key thing about Jimmy's that these decisions are not taken on a on a national level for the most part Gemini is a Federal Country. Where with sixteen states where each state is pretty much responsible? For the lockdown measures it wants to implement and as a result you have very different measures and also some states. Favoring script lockdown measures over others for example. Bavaria has been on the forefront of very strict lockdown measures versus not invest fine which have been much Keno on prioritizing. The economy over health concerns. If you will so much disagreement. Has there been in Germany. Then over the speed in which. The lockdown measures should be east so over. There's an interesting shift in rhetoric occurring at the moment. Initially there was very strong support towards keeping the lockdown measures very strict. Everyone was in favor of that. I would say since the beginning of the week since the weekend that has been a clear shift in rhetoric towards the critics of lockdown measures becoming much vocal and everyone's starting to criticize the drastic measures and the impact on the economy arguing. That the deaths that we have currently seen do not justify the crippling of the economy. And we're hearing more and more prominent politicians make that point so even if you see an increase in infection rates. I think it's going to become politically more difficult for individual states and for for merckel overall to reimpose stricter lockdown measures simply because the the rhetoric and the discourse has moved on from where it was at the beginning Goodison. Could you tell us more about the situation? Merck finding herself in at the moment. So she has had an interesting few months obviously. She was a prior to the Kobe. Crisis in a very difficult spot with her party going through severe scandals and with the governing coalition being really close to collapse that was even talks about early elections. She has benefited tremendously from this crisis. Simply because this has happened across Europe by the way in times of crisis people want strong leaders. They do not want arguments between the opposition and ruling parties. So she has benefited from that. She has seen a surge in popularity whereas other parties especially the Greens and the IRA has seen quite a huge loss of popularity. And so she's been doing quite well but I do expect that we are now at the beginning of that popularity being eroded again and you can see that by the opposition voices becoming louder. Angela Merkel is due to discuss own thirsty as a matter of fact the next steps folded easing off lockdown restrictions with the state's premier's. What do you expect? We'll be destroyed them. Yeah so I don't think that. So many groundbreaking things are going to be decided. Some of the things. That aren't the agenda is to try and increase testing capacity further and also include new meshes in into that those testing results for example. They want to start to collect the people getting getting well again in in national figure something that they haven't been focusing so so much on they want to provide more financial support to 'em to care workers to healthcare workers. They want to increase a shorter works schemes. Germany has been quite helpful in providing salary support schemes for companies. They want to step that up and they're also going to increase the the ban on foreign travel. If you will so I think borders are going to remain closed for a little bit longer by the sounds of it Rosenberg. Thank you very much for joining us. Anna joins us from the black forest in southwest