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"julius malema" Discussed on KCRW

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03:25 min | 6 months ago

"julius malema" Discussed on KCRW

"Coming up on the daily from The New York Times. Live from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. Doctors in Germany say Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is out of a medically induced coma and responsive at a hospital in Berlin. NPR's Rob Schmitz has more. Last week, German doctors reported they found traces of the nerve agent Nova, choking of only system, leading them to believe Navalny had been poisoned. Russia has rejected the findings in a press release Berlin's chairs a hospital says Navalny has been removed from his medically induced coma and is being weaned off mechanical ventilation. He's reportedly responding to verbal stimuli, though the hospital says it is too early to gauge the potential long term effects of his poisoning. The UK is reporting a surgeon daily Corona virus infections, one of the biggest jump since May. A top British health officials says People need to start taking the pandemic seriously. Again. France and Spain are also seeing spikes. Cases in the US are climbing at a slightly lower rate. But now with autumn coming, NPR's Nell Greenfield voice reports scientists are trying to determine How the Corona virus will interact with seasonal flu. There have been some reports of people who got infected with both influenza and cove in 19. There's just not enough information yet to know much about how a co infection could change the course of a person's illness. Each virus can cause inflammation in the lungs. A simultaneous or sequential infection with both viruses might make people sicker than getting one disease alone. All the social distancing measures and masks used to prevent the spread of Corona virus should hopefully drive down the numbers of flu cases this year. That's what's been seen in the Southern Hemisphere where the flu season is just ending. It is autumn approaches in the north. Doctors say it's Maur important than ever to get vaccinated against flu. Nell Greenfield voice NPR NEWS. This is NPR. In South Africa and opposition party is recruiting picketers to protest a drugstore chain for what's widely considered a racist. Add Ishmael fund equal reports. The ad describes black hair as dry and damaged and white hair as fine and normal clicks The offending company has pulled at the Ed apologized and claims it has suspended the employees responsible. However, the economic freedom Fighters, Pff have vowed to shut the stores down this week. Julius Malema, the party leader, was outside. They closed the branch off takes in polo quietly on Monday. We will not be here. If the management here for meat that will open from such even they do not call me. We're going to come back here every day in 2018, the FF trashed branches off clothing chain etched and em after it featured the black boy modeling hoodie with coolest monkey in the jungle. Written on it for India news is my friend equal in a robbery. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange was in a London courtroom today for the start of his extradition hearing to the U. S. A sandwich is wanted for espionage in connection with the release of secret U. S military.

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"julius malema" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:55 min | 6 months ago

"julius malema" Discussed on KCRW

"Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko is ordering his military to be on high alert. He's accusing NATO of building up forces near the Belarusian border is Teri Schultz reports from Brussels. NATO is rejecting the allegation. President Lukashenko made his latest claims that NATO troops in Lithuania and Poland ER, stirring up the situation inside Belarus as he inspected troops near the Polish border. NATO spokesperson Wanna Land Guess who calls the allegations baseless. She says NATO poses no threat to Belarus or any other country and has no military buildup in the region. Lithuania and Poland have also rejected the claims. Lungescu says NATO calls on Minsk to demonstrate full respect for fundamental rights Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has criticized Belarussian authorities brutal crackdown on pro democracy protesters. Lukashenko Saturday ordered his defence minister to implement the most stringent measures to protect the country's borders and scheduled military drills for later this week. Russia has a defense pact with Belarus and has offered assistance for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. Hundreds of Republican delegates are meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina. Preparing for tomorrow's kickoff of the GOP's mostly virtual national convention. President Trump is expected to participate in all four nights on the eve of the political convocation. Several news organizations are releasing tapes of President Trump's sister, retired Judge Maryanne Trump, Barry. Calling him a liar and a phoney as NPR's Mara Liasson reports Maryanne Trump. Barry has never spoken publicly about her brother. The tapes were secretly recorded without Berries knowledge by Trump's niece, Mary Trump, who has written a scathingly critical book about her uncle. Much of the content and the tapes was reported in the book and the criticisms that Trump is cruel, a brat and a bully out only for himself, and that he had someone take his college entrance exams for him is consistent with what many others who knew and worked with Trump before he became president have said about him. Mara Liasson. NPR NEWS. This is NPR. The army says a soldier missing from Fort Hood in Texas had transferred units to ensure he was properly cared for and to prevent retaliation after he reported sexual abuse. 23 year old sergeant Elder Fernandez hasn't been seen since Monday. A search is underway. A South African research center is sounding the alarm about a social media network that's targeting black immigrants from other African countries ish meth and equal reports. The center says Posts are blaming Foreign Africans for crime, drug dealing and stealing jobs from locals. The research center note. Similar rhetoric has provoked violence against foreign Africans in the past. Earlier this year, many store finance pigeon boy and he said, employers shoot higher South Africans over foreigners. On the other hand, Julius Malema leader off the opposition economic Freedom Fighters, has consistently condemned xenophobia in South Africa. You are justifying crime and you give it nice names, old xenophobia, acrophobia. It's kind it must be dealt with. As such. The attacks have spread to other social media platforms for NPR news, am a smart friend equal in her daddy. In New Zealand. Sentencing gets under way in a few hours for the white supremacist who killed 51 worshippers at to Christ Church mosques last year. The 29 year old Australian has pleaded guilty in New Zealand's first terrorism conviction. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Eric and Windy Schmidt through.

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"julius malema" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:17 min | 1 year ago

"julius malema" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Case so I just want to make a call here I don't view tonight basically paraphrase what you've been saying is you've left the Democratic Alliance you step down as needed because it was basically to white and there was strong powerful elements within it that major life too difficult as the blocks it could it is not a century it in this even in the speech that I said when I was and I said I do not believe that the DA is the base vehicle suited to advance that vision because because because I fundamentally believe that there are some within the DA who believe that it ought to be a minority front and they were so powerful that you felt you had no choice but to step down it wasn't a fight with him I mean I mean having said that I want us to be kia that not everybody in the DA was racist the way a few elements of people who wanted to debate with us this vision of Monterey sellers and they wanted to deny the history of South Africa they wanted us to not focus on addressing historical injustices they equally so we're not committed in truth to a project of building everybody together and that became a consistent points of friction all the way throughout my leadership ten and as a black south Africans I could not bear in my own self betrayed the fact that I felt it was important if you want to build one south Africa that you must address those injustice it wasn't a comfortable position for you to be and you put your pro shop the situation in the election in may twenty nineteen and under your stewardship the party has lost thanks for the first time in its history you lost five seats in the National Assembly he seems to be the official position in south Africa's biggest province KwaZulu Natale this you said you don't suppose to the freedom fights at the economic freedom fighters on the left and also the freedom front plus an Afrikaans polity didn't do well no well firstly let me just verify that when we went on to be governed in Johannesburg that you had never seen growth to that level frankly there were more flexographic into promoting for the deer than it's ever happened so and also five C. let's let's place it in context in a global pond in a global situation where populists have risen on either end where elements of nationalism are starting to come on board and people out of the climate of fear with economic conditions of South Africa such that people are losing their jobs this massive fear it was going to be natural that parties who sits in the center that includes the DA and the ANC we're going to suffer losses so president trump also lost bigger folks than I ever did under the ANC leadership in fact was the biggest drop the ANC help pretty nicely have benefited from not dropping support for the ANC was what we were fighting against elements of populism and racial divisions and I think actually to have stood at the level that we did the weather losses when you five what one five seats is actually in my view a very important stake in the ground for the future of the DHEA I wouldn't quit I consider it actually had the right foundation for the deer to be able to go for after the election you commissioned a commission because you wanted to explore why the DA had performed so badly and this is what the report found this was closing it it is it is a bit long the overwhelming view of those who made submissions or with whom we had discussions is that the party leader you may see my money while immensely talented committed to the course hardworking and widely night can be indecisive inconsistent and conflicts of us is not can't be considered view that the single most important factor in shaping the DA's current circumstances is a failure of effective leadership I would not put the plane you'll still I argued strongly that I disagree with that proposal was because like the results note that reported a diagnosis that was seeking problems and the diagnosis was this they wanted to go back to the D. P. you **** would like to address the organization just causes of the democratic a lot is it well just because you disagree with the direction does not make it an indecision it just means you disagree they disagreed with the fact that the rest of the report makes it quite clear they didn't want us to govern in Johannesburg in partnership with the coalition of south Africans of different parties they didn't want us they want us to remain just in the Western Cape and because you disagreed does not make any decision it just means that it's not the decision you would have to say you don't think that you are basically out of your depth as leader of the Democratic Alliance this party that screen the official opposition in South Africa since the nineteen sixties leadership is in the nineteen sixties the party leadership is a hard job you are going to make mistakes I'm not saying that my record of the deal was perfect it cannot be he does make mistakes but you learn from your mistakes and you both I believe in the project I was working towards and I certainly believe that the deal was heading in the right direction and it's indicated even more so since my departure the tears out of government the D. is regressing backwards and more public representatives infecting other different sectors are starting to want to find other places which to me is a tragedy because ultimately we want to suffer because that works for all the people and if the DA had failed to become that vehicle it is important to set up another vehicle you say that you want to now move on correct and you've setup this movement for one South Africa not a political policy yet but they're already those of you who were head of the game Julius Malema for example the economic freedom fighters setup his party few years ago one eleven percent in the elections in may twenty nineteen the already policies complying the space that you want to occupy no it's a different space what is the F. fifteen of its essence the FF is just another version of the ANC would vigorously he can collect that check that that is how they disrupted a president serum opposer is one manifestation of twinkle's all they wanted to argue that it was about personal issues of old party matters it wasn't about the ideological direction of this country south Africans us fall formal tentative if the if it was not alternative it's basically a socialist leftist organization which is fundamentally just the militant version of the incident but he's tapping into a UT that is popular with many particularly young south Africans for example the president protests allows fees must fourteen twenty fifteen he is really who would want to have a focus right you know the north EFF over rated but he has kind of captured the mood that was you tried in October twenty fifteen to go to the university Cape Town to show solidarity with the students what happened there with the news and Chong super told leave leave leave this was but this was a bunch of people from a one of the unions in in in the university they were arguing a different case I want to reiterate what the starvation in South Africa is for a vision of a non racial South Africa was the effect is not and the NC have long forgotten if you it's a it's a view that says that used to be a social market system that allows an inclusive economy it's a view that says there must be an accountable government both NC and the do it and if if are facing serious allegations of corruption against them which they must answer for it requires a future focused orientation south Africans are asking and calling out for different alternatives the biggest party the Green Day elections in twenty nineteen was all of a sudden turn out to vote those already because we know millions expected to vote how are you going to appeal to them when when not sure what your platform or your vision is the platform is to fight in a movement that says we need to build some Africans who can qualify to get out on the values of my two connecting on racial future an inclusive economy like an accountable government a future focus and ultimately to be able to say there must be justice for the things that happened in the past in this country we boot on those values and bring society in the silent voices in this country I believe that will create an audience that is able to disrupt the current institutional politics that will see easy to say I have this vision but when you look at the nitty gritty of policies it's quite hard to implement this vision so for example let's take one eye catching policy of the ANC the black economic empowerment program and this is all about trying to redress sitting justices economically all apart Tate and the idea is to encourage black economic empowerment through ownership and you say that you are opposed to targets for black ownership yeah he was saying I think there should be an inclusive economy for all black south Africans to make it clear are you for blocking economic empowerment zones conforming to civic Konami I'm from a I I'm full and according to that recognizes that black south Africans I left out that the face of poverty still black largely young and therefore but that doesn't notify the fact that white south Africans have a role to be doubled he has simply benefited they leads in this country south Africa's economic infrastructure actually puts forty nine percent of citizens as the underclass the poor what depending on what fits so if we're going to address that triple B. W. has failed woefully to that default you must oppose that policy what I want to propose your opposed to be lacking only compound the progress not being opposed to black inclusion into they quit you just settle so that doesn't mean excluding the road of white south because they play a very crucial role then they will want to listen to because they are ninety percent of south Africa's population about fifty five million and they are the they may come up seventy percent of south Africa's high net worth individuals correct blatantly obvious they are playing key policy and they must contribute to building so we can be the beneficiaries of such inequalities in economy so let me propose a different model will let me propose a thank you to be beneficiaries of this inequality in the economy that nine percent myself on seven justices of the past they must continue to do that and my proposal is this just one industry the insurance industry in this country it's not only a for big companies that still control their insurance company yes I agree the majority of them all right but isn't it about time that I don't simply say let's talk about triple B. double EP that we establish our jobs and justice fund that will out the fund new entrants who the majority of which are black of course to set up more insurance companies all right so another field that you said affecting the ANC which I'm buying large of people accept is corruption but look serum opposer has only been in power for two years as president show he was vice president under Jacob Zuma but he himself has talked about the extensive looting by the state to the tune of about thirty eight billion dollars under the presidency of Jacob Zuma you've got to give them time to try to tackle about kinds of how much time they were going to do it what is anything profiteers well frankly what has happened is that he knows very clearly that he's not going to arrest any members of his own party would be having exactly the same conversation five years to come if you want to let the kid corruption you have to have a ticket agency he's appointed his own joke commission to look into the allegations of state capture tool appointed propping Gordon a highly respected former minister of finance as minister of public enterprises in almost any kind of anti corruption czar said he's taking the right steps you could just go and arrest people **** nilly the director of public prosecutions says they will be arrests high profile arrests it's his colleagues was sitting in parliament with him who west keep benefit because of state capture he himself has allowed them to continue to function in parliament you this is a very crucial role that the president had his hands tied as you will note by the pro Zuma factions in the ANC supporters of Cyril ramaposa issued a statement recently this year saying elements engaged in a long term project of state capture recalled the ram opposed the presidency is unnecessary interval before they are once more in power a very powerful statement his oppose us within the ANC yes so should the rest of South Africa B. audience to agencies into politics was people not doing their job give him time no lie to you I do not soften the case you disagree that if you want to fight corruption what do you think about other mechanisms he could have by two day introduces some form of blockchain technology that would allow us to in fact all the way from corruption so he would have been two day being able to never donned his cabinet so it's much more effective but he's not doing any of those because Mr I'm a plus size in NC president and continue to drive it into a general right so where do you go from him using my money because people want to know are you going to setup a new political party that's going.

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"julius malema" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

14:44 min | 1 year ago

"julius malema" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"From any good bookstore. I love listening to the briefing with me. Andrew Mullah the Communist Party of China has in common with all authoritarian regimes that it lacks any sense of humor and that consequently it is bewildered and enraged raged by mockery many Chinese satirists operate therefore either underground or in exile my next guest among them budget tile a prolific cartoonist and artist was born in Shanghai but now plies his trade from Australia and he joins me now first of all what does bring you to London. I'm coming for for a private screening of documentary. the name is China's awful dissident and location in tight and I'm also going to collaborating rating with the Hong Kong community based in London. We're going to do a kind of public. Performance Arts on in the afternoon the of December two PM on the Towel Bridge Okay so Saturday two PM Tower Bridge Yeah Okay People. I hope our writing that down. Hong Hong Kong seems a good place to to start the discussion because this is obviously appointed which right now the world is seeing that conflict between the Communist his party's authoritarianism and the people of Hong Kong when you look at this and think in terms of your response to it I thinking in terms of what what good it will do. How whatever you create mart contribute I mean actually art is quite essential for the protests at the moment I see our during this whole demonstration says to purpose one is art is helping people to con comforting their emotion because the atmosphere is quite suffocated. It's almost devastating. I'm saying this because this protest has going on more than one hundred days in the maybe I fifty days. I have common like yes. We like your work that Mocking Carolina who's a leader in Hong Kong but towards the the reason comment that I have from instagram on twitter one more people saying ooh heaven smile for days. Your work made my day. We bruins common. I really loved them but it also reflecting the very heavy reality that people people there are suffering both physically and mentally so the humor or the Brin Abrasiveness of the art work can generate people's can comfort people's mining in the way but also I mean art is essential to sustain the protest when we're just talking about non violent protests people are just marching on the streets. Maybe a couple of signs deform of it. It's quite boring. so that is the moment that are can generates new elements into that well currently it's not just yards parts but also music now. Hong Kong are using this song called glory to Hong Kong as their new identity ensign we call it. Hong Kong wins and the people seeing every night in a big group in the shopping mall on the street to express their feeling about this protest but also of yards makes a very important role in there as well like currently I designed New Hong Kong flag to to be symbolized the whole protests the name of it is called Lennon Wa- flag it is inspired by this kind of form of Street Art Hong Congress using inspired revelant in Prague -actly exactly but Hong Kong are moving the originals spring painting graffiti style into to just putting sticky notes on the war so those likes digging those we find now offers our working place they're colorful square ones when and they've been putting on the war it's quite brilliant scene with its vibrant color the protests in Hong Kong and you'll relationship to the more the relationship of your out out to them is I guess a a two way street in while what you've created has in many respects amplified the protests the protests have also drawn amount of attention to you personally now for for many years you operated as anonymously as he possibly could you sort of revealed yourself earlier Cassia but even commenting on this in creating art from as far away as Melbourne a you conscious in your day to day life of any interest that the Chinese Communist Party taking in you well to be honest. I have been experiencing all sorts of intimidation. Even I'm not really any territory of China in Melbourne. I've been followed by strength people I experiencing cars suspicious cars parking outside residents even a possible home invasion I received death threat in daily base from social media's also sometimes cyber attack that I have to using a VPN which which is software that faking my address so just I can get access to Internet in Melvin. Do you think about why they think that's it's worth their while because there is there is an element of this does seem ridiculous. They are the Chinese Communist Party. They are these enormously powerful apparatus in complete control of the world's most populous nation and you're a cartoonist in mobile well. I think the party in China afraid of anything that they can control troll art is definitely something testing the limitation in society for them are supposed to be the propaganda machine supposed to be their voice instead of a voice that can challenge them and me now not really under the control of Chinese government anymore. I mean Australia. I mean the free you won't that I can do my arts as my will but this is something that comes party is not coping well-wishers but so you see when a regime like that is seeing art as propaganda tour does see the power of art from the very beginning so explained their fear that when this tour was being to use against them. They're really afraid of well. I guess I guess you could argue that. The Chinese Communist Revolution certainly and the Cultural Revolution period very well understood the power revolt that was a huge part Ovitz. Its reach and it's it's it's propaganda outreach program a but for you now because as I understand that you you started drawing and cartooning after you arrived in Australia is it for you. Personally is any kind of expression of homesickness. They're still part of you that wants to connect with China. Of course that's why my art is about about the struggle of Chinese is about struggle of human rights issues in China. I am a Chinese that no matter where I am or or what kind of nationality I become like. This is my route and this is the people I grow up with. I care about them so that is why I dedicate my arts to to seeking changing China in the future budget. Oh thank you for joining in that was which bridge Saturday to the Taube Ray Charles Bridge Saturday two PM here in London Vegetarian. Thank you for coming in you are listening to the briefing on monocle twenty four You're listening to the briefing with me. Andrew Miller Uganda's President Yoweri Musevenei is no stranger himself if to suppressing opposition but he's moved to ban popstar turned opposition leader Bobby wine from wearing his trademark. Red Berry is one of the most inventive moves and yet so what should we know about the hip hop artist and his famous hat. Here is my current pace for this week's foreign desk explain the current experiences of the United States. Should you would think they'd all nations for all time from allowing celebrities usually entertainers or sports folk loose in the political sphere. It should of course be noted that the US is not presently unique in succumbing to this fully Ukraine's president is a comedian Liberia's of football Pakistan's prime minister is a cricketer dozens of lesser offices around the world are held by people who were helped into them by name recognition acquired in other fields. Well let me tell you something. The answer is clear for for the people to win. Politics as usual must lose things considered. It is not that read all surprising. I think that a Popstar should fancy himself. President of Uganda probably tape Robert True Golani Sentamu who performs under the name bobby wine was elected to Uganda's parliament in two thousand thousand and seventeen he stood as an independent in a by-election incher Dondo East and one big. I've come to parliament at a very sensitive take time I've just taken an oath to defend preserve and protect the constitution of the Republic of Uganda and that is going to be my major major right now. Since then wine has positioned himself for the next presidential election due in two thousand twenty one among the symbols identifying his movement is the Red Berry von by joint and his appearance it bears an emblem of a clenched fist over a map of Uganda under the motto People Power Our power but not for much longer if a new rule announced by Uganda's government is observed a a useful regulation has been discovered under which it is against the law for civilians to sport military clothing some units of the Ugandan Endon People's Defence Force notably its military police where Red Berries therefore the wearing of the Red Berry by non soldiers is henceforth punishable by up to five years in the clink. Bobi wine is among those skeptical that this decision is exclusively motivated by a desire to protect the integrity of the Ugandan army's insignia. It is wind line said a sham. It is a blatant attempt to suffocate a successful threat to the autocratic status quo this is pretty obviously correct and it also prompts the interesting question of exactly what Uganda's powers-that-be scared off at which point a recap of who Uganda's unders powers that be are or more accurately. Is this a peaceful nobody to start with the peace over Uganda Yoweri Musevenei now seventy five has been president of Uganda since Nineteen eighty-six and plans to run again in two thousand twenty one by the standards of Ugandan Presidents Musevenei hasn't done a bad job Bob but those standards were set by idiom mean and Milton boaty both mad and terrible men Mulvaney to his credit played a considerable double role in toppling both however as is invariably the case with overstaying and under challenged leaders. Musevenei has become complacent anti anti government corrupt Transparency International's global corruption index ranks Uganda slightly less bent than as a BA- John which is basically owned by one finally finally and slightly more so than the Central African Republic which is Bailey governed at all Uganda's population is young more than three quarters of its people have been born during Musevini's rule and did he is restless certainly sufficiently so to take its chances with a pop singer talk. Nine wine can claim reasonably that the leap from musician musician to politician is not in his case a long one. He has been keen campaigner on several issues and many of the songs he has recorded in his studio radio in Cam. What you're a disheveled neighborhood of Kampala have addressed social injustice to the extent that in August he was charged with intending to alarm annoy or ridicule President Savini free. This is not the only legal jeopardy presently hanging over wine he also faces charges of incitement to violence and treason and potentially a life sentence. If convicted D- wine claims that these charges are politically motivated and it would be very far from the first time that Musevini or people acting on his behalf have have attempted to arrest opponents into submission invoking article twenty nine of the Constitution. We've got on every citizen the right to I symbol on demonstrate. We're going to do this peacefully and unarmed come. The symbol welby wine says he and his supporters will continue to wear the red beret right. This is arguably a missed opportunity wine cooed by choosing something else just striking have highlighted the silliness of Musevini's of Amy's edict and jettison the baggage associated with this particular item of millenary in non-military circles. The Red Berry is an almost invariably variable choice of revolutionary posers and or populist scoundrels from Hugo Chavez in Venezuela to Julius Malema in South Africa wine would be within his rights admittedly to retort.

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"julius malema" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

12:49 min | 1 year ago

"julius malema" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"You can use fish fillets which you grill in the oven pan fry a bit of seasoning lots of live correct flipper and beat of crude oil and plenty of Spice Vice and then you cook it in caraway and seven spice as well as something sweet and you take a big pot Muskat for now and spinach into your at get on. Maybe even a little bit nuts. You take it out you top it with some pine nuts and you're good to go. It's a recipe that's guaranteed to impress. It's like the controversial but it's the one thing that has surprised but most people when they eat premiering live on monocle twenty four every Friday at twenty hundred London time midday in Los Angeles or downloadable wherever you get your podcasts xenophobic attacks in South Africa are on the rise again in two thousand and eight and two thousand fifteen nationals from other African countries came under attack. Talk and dozens were killed. The most recent round of violence has seen a thousand foreign-owned businesses targeted and at least twelve people killed Nigeria has begun repatriating some of its citizens and many Zimbabweans Malawians and Mozambicans a thought to have fled ought to be hiding will join me on the line is Ferrell half the South African journalist very thanks for coming on this is not a new phenomenon y all South Africans attacking foreigners you quite right that it's not not new. I've been tracking it for many years since two thousand fifteen. The latest round of looting on foreign own shops is it is in fact something that happens is almost every three months this time I guess because it gripped the two largest am countries in the two largest cities in the country. It quickly spread via early and it spread all over the world. I do think it's it is about unemployment is about the fact that really shop entrepreneurial. Migrant traders just have really take a really taken dominance of many parts of the of the inner cities of Johannesburg and Pretoria and I guess people people see that does opportunities they could have had of in various studies show that are not true in fact migrant traders often employ South Africans who might be unemployed employed but of course data and facts in the face of emotion and hardship don't really count so coupable politicians. Is there anyone in particular stirring this up. I think that the governing ANC it's spot is really turned a blind eye. It hasn't fermented violence. Many fingers are if a duke point at the the mayor of Johannesburg China's books run by an opposition Particle Democratic Alliance and that in turn is is run by a man called home and Masha. He is made many through the through the years through the two years. He's been in office. He campaigned against against on foreign people. Living in the city and many people believe that that has been affected in stoking the violence Julius Malema of the far-left economic freedom. Kim fighters is known for his fiery rhetoric. He's been speaking out on the saying that not even white people deserve such violence. How much support is he getting so he has been very ah principled on the issue he has said that is not as many other people that South Africa is a place of migrants Britain's since since it is for all of its history and that it's not the Greek community the Italian community it's not the Sir of Serbian community which gets attacked but it ease other African communities largely Zimbabwe Nigerian and Malawian communities which stack doc also Somalian people all through the country but specifically in the hinterland and he's made he's made that distinction also taken principle stand. Dan that this is not Ben African any shouldn't be happening now. Some people have said that foreigners make themselves targets by not making an effort to integrate into the South African society. I mean clearly that's not an excuse for violence but is it a valid criticism. I think not all hey I cover migrant communities unity's. I I love in one with twenty different migrant communities living and I think people integrated integrate well. They often this intermarriages between the Bangladeshis for example and African women I don't think that's a fair criticism. I do think that many people people are looking to our reformist. President of serum opposed to take a stronger stance in the latter part of this week. The party has come round to acknowledging the sees violence targeted at migrants before this is trying to say that this is just random violence and our foreign investments do not depend the state that you cannot judge account a country by mob. I do think however that that South Africa has Africa's reputation has been harmed this weekend specifically harmed in Nigeria which is a very important partner of ours on the on the continent finally fair. What does this mean for pan-africanism. I think it's taken a body a body blow. You'll remember that other under President Tag Mbeki Becky South Africa was very keen establishing a new African Union a more muscular African Union South Africa's recognition has an architect of the system really is wounded today because even the African Union has two very strong statement again what what has been happening happening Farrell. Thank you very much indeed. That's FERRIOL. is what else were keeping an eye on today new. He's Elands Prime Minister Justin to arden has introduced a new bill to parliament that aims to further tighten gun laws as the country six months since the mass shooting in Christchurch the new bill will include the creation of registry to monitor and track every firearm legally held in New Zealand. It also titans other rules for gun dealers and and for individuals to get and keep a firearm licence. US President Donald Trump says he does not believe Israel is spying on the United States after a published reports said Israel was very probably behind cellphone surveillance devices found near the White House. Israel has denied the report and American photojournalist journalist Charlie Cole famous the iconic photograph of the tank man the Chinese Office worker facing down a column of tanks during the nineteen thousand nine Tiananmen Square crackdown has died coal is one of four Camerman who took similar shots of the scene but it was his tight framing of the events. That's believed to have one in the one thousand nine hundred nine world press photo of the year old. He died in Bali at the age of sixty four. This is the globalist stay tuned. Let's continue no with today's newspapers a new newspaper review of my good old friend. Julia Hobsbawm her lovely to have you here. Julia is an entrepreneur and a writer. Hello hello well. Let's look at what's been going of. Course yellowhammer has been making the news here. This is the brexit no deal planning. It's also been making the news go abroad and let's have a look at a German take on this well both Frankfurter Allgemeine Well Carolina has had it on its front page and also back in in the UK the I news online which is actually looking at the Bird God. What is the yellowhammer bird because some rather wonderful lyrical metaphors around this this native Song Bird that migrates that's under threat. I mean you know you were having a field day but there is it's a very striking word and I think that in the fascinating drama that is brexit. It's you know all around the world and especially all around Europe there is just more and more angles and Yellowhammer which refers to a secret government planning document a very brilliant British journalists is called Rosamund Darwin secured access to it for the Sunday Times this caused absolute uproar because it said that there was very very insufficient efficient planning and preparation for no deal the government has then made strenuous efforts to both deny that the preparations preparations are inadequate and update yellowhammer but as Rosamund Doan tweeted yesterday after they were forced by I parliament and the court to release the latest yellowhammer. She said they've just changed the date and so you know I think that's one of the angles around Brexit but as we're going to come onto it is by no means the only one -solutely so DFT also has a piece now this is on on the Scottish decision as we know the Scottish court said that it was unlawful suit prorogue parliament so port of the psycho drama I mean I'm not a television producer but if I was a television producer you know you want to have tension between your main protagonists talking to you want to have a Yin and Yang and you know into this extraordinary epic story of identity and nationality in politics comes the courts what's so various legal attempts being made not just to change the law in parliament but to go to the courts outside of parliament to assist assist effectively blocking the possibility of annot deal brexit last week a london-based court an English caught in other words backed a ruling that said it is not unconstitutional if you like to have a constitution in the UK but it was it was okay for the government to prorogue parliament which is to delay parliamentarians returning turning until just before the vote that was overturned by squash court and so now you have the fairly unedifying spectacle of different politicians arguing with each other about whether law lords are biased or not in addition the F. T. has covered offered yet another twist in brexit which is the question about whether the European Commission Michelle Vanya are all going to play a fool on a no deal particularly over Ireland. I mean I don't know what you what you make of it Georgina but it's getting pretty pretty hard to follow. It's as you say it's absolutely fascinating there. For the first time in in many British for just politics is is is very very interesting. You know when I first came here from Zimbabwe. I couldn't believe how dull it wasn't. Nobody nobody wants to kill each other now. They certainly do not sure. It's a great thing. Let's move on to this climate activists. WHO's been arrested at Heathrow very well. I I was trying to leave my house yesterday afternoon. I live in in in leafy north London and it proved very difficult because it was a massive police operation and this massive police operation in both helicopters ground searches. I mean I've never ever ever seen anything like it. In all my life living in London especially in a residential area and I assumed that they were searching for terrorist I or a murderer that they weren't they were they were searching for and subsequently arresting climate activists. apparently a splinter splinter group of extinction rebellion. The grassroots climate activists caused that has really given new a new lease of life a new energy she to to the whole question about climate change. is is guessing too close for comfort to sources of business and the climate change activists were were apparently going to attempt to fly drones into an exclusion zone within. Heathrow toes to say that they'd come down hard on them is an understatement but it it makes me uncomfortable because you've got you've got also happening in Hong Kong..

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"julius malema" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"julius malema" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"It may be enough to fend off public panic for the next few weeks but when if if M._p.'s come back at the beginning of October and the U._k. Genuinely look set for a no deal brexit within weeks. That's when you will really see a test of those public information campaigns. That's when you could genuinely start the actual panic among the population Paul Osborne. Thank you for joining us. You're listening to the briefing. This is the briefing with me. Andrew <hes> this week a report in South Africa has recommended changing the constitution to allow the government to seize land without compensation but only in certain limited circumstances these changes aimed to help ease the huge inequalities in land ownership between white and black. South Africans took a closer look at the issue for this week's foreign desk explainer in in addressing inequality. It seems a straightforward indeed elegant policy. Take stuff off people who have a lot of it and give it to people who don't have any of it however anybody certainly any government proposing such a measure would do well to heed the immortal wisdom of H L Mencken who once observed that there is always a well known solution to every human problem neat plausible and wrong nevertheless the idea Uh of land expropriation has returned to the public discourse in South Africa a panel assembled by President Cyril Ramaphosa to look into the idea It has returned a proposal recommending in limited circumstances these seizure of land without compensating the owners we should no longer be afraid of this process of having to change the land ownership architecture in our country it is here and it is here to stay it is is going to happen land ownership has been a persistent issue in post apartheid South Africa and not without reason a quarter of a century after the racist monstrosity of apartheid was formerly dismantled white South Africans who comprise roughly nine percent of the population still own seventy two percent of the farmland possessed by individuals as an illustration of the lingering effects of systemic injustice. It's hard to beat by lament. has rare opportunity to address on this past wrongs allow the natives who have lost so much to re came the ad dignity back by kissing our land back. No no I shall be treated as in our own land Never Ramos's panel has proposed seizing land which is held for speculative purposes land which is occupied and worked by tenants. and land that has been abandoned it has also suggested taking inner city buildings owned by absentee landlords the A._n._C. Lakota reaffirmed its position that a comprehensive land reform program that enables equitable access to land will unlock economic growth by bringing more land in South Africa to fool us and enable the productive active participation of millions more South Africans in the economy for obvious and understandable reasons. These measures will go over well. l. with a significant proportion of South African voters especially those who have lately been tempted away from President Ramaphosa's African National Congress now very much the Party of South Africa's establishment and towards the radical firebreathers of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters Party who nearly doubled their parliamentary presence in last May's election the F. F. led by Julius Malema who might be charitably described as uncompromising in his general approach favors wholesale nationalization of South Africa's land you say I thought what colonialism we wanted decolonisation. He said yet your body Batas in Africa. What is being proposed by President. Ramaphosa's panel is significantly. less than that but it is nevertheless significant as it stands under section twenty five of South Africa's Constitution the government may expropriate appropriate land but is required to cough up just and equitable compensation there has long been chat about amending this close and or concocting getting some legal argument that in certain circumstances just and equitable compensation might amount to nothing they also a growing growing body of opinion in our country that the constitution as it stands does not impede expropriation Asian of land without compensation that expropriation will be popular in some electorally important demographics is beyond doubt and that is very usually usually the clinching argument in matters of politics although some polling in South Africa suggests widespread unease with the idea of no compensation facto less often subject to rigorous scrutiny is whether or not a given policy will actually work and where expropriation of land is concerned concerned there are some discouraging precedent and if you want to see.

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Can land expropriation help heal South Africa?

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:44 min | 1 year ago

Can land expropriation help heal South Africa?

"In in addressing inequality. It seems a straightforward indeed elegant policy. Take stuff off people who have a lot of it and give it to people who don't have any of it however anybody certainly any government proposing such a measure would do well to heed the immortal wisdom of H L Mencken who once observed that there is always a well known solution to every human problem neat plausible and wrong nevertheless the idea Uh of land expropriation has returned to the public discourse in South Africa a panel assembled by President Cyril Ramaphosa to look into the idea It has returned a proposal recommending in limited circumstances these seizure of land without compensating the owners we should no longer be afraid of this process of having to change the land ownership architecture in our country it is here and it is here to stay it is is going to happen land ownership has been a persistent issue in post apartheid South Africa and not without reason a quarter of a century after the racist monstrosity of apartheid was formerly dismantled white South Africans who comprise roughly nine percent of the population still own seventy two percent of the farmland possessed by individuals as an illustration of the lingering effects of systemic injustice. It's hard to beat by lament. has rare opportunity to address on this past wrongs allow the natives who have lost so much to re came the ad dignity back by kissing our land back. No no I shall be treated as in our own land Never Ramos's panel has proposed seizing land which is held for speculative purposes land which is occupied and worked by tenants. and land that has been abandoned it has also suggested taking inner city buildings owned by absentee landlords the A._n._C. Lakota reaffirmed its position that a comprehensive land reform program that enables equitable access to land will unlock economic growth by bringing more land in South Africa to fool us and enable the productive active participation of millions more South Africans in the economy for obvious and understandable reasons. These measures will go over well. l. with a significant proportion of South African voters especially those who have lately been tempted away from President Ramaphosa's African National Congress now very much the Party of South Africa's establishment and towards the radical firebreathers of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters Party who nearly doubled their parliamentary presence in last May's election the F. F. led by Julius Malema who might be charitably described as uncompromising in his general approach favors wholesale nationalization of South Africa's land you say I thought what colonialism we wanted decolonisation. He said yet your body Batas in Africa. What is being proposed by President. Ramaphosa's panel is significantly. less than that but it is nevertheless significant as it stands under section twenty five of South Africa's Constitution the government may expropriate appropriate land but is required to cough up just and equitable compensation there has long been chat about amending this close and or concocting getting some legal argument that in certain circumstances just and equitable compensation might amount to nothing they also a growing growing body of opinion in our country that the constitution as it stands does not impede expropriation Asian of land without compensation that expropriation will be popular in some electorally important demographics is beyond doubt and that is very usually usually the clinching argument in matters of politics although some polling in South Africa suggests widespread unease with the idea of no compensation facto less often subject to rigorous scrutiny is whether or not a given policy will actually work and where expropriation of land is concerned concerned there are some discouraging precedent and if you want to see

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"julius malema" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"julius malema" Discussed on World News Analysis

"So those issues are sym to have built a lot of some confidence among voters and people believe that Peres he is capable of building the country's economy, which is not looking so good right now. And maybe in the long term also maybe soon he will be able to create or put in place policies that will help the country create jobs that are much needed especially amongst the youth. Well, actually, more than twenty six million people registered to vote which has the highest number in South Africa's history. However, the local service suggest that six million people under the age of thirty are not actually on the actual role. Tell us about why. Yes, I mean, as I said unemployment is also. Other issue going to these elections. The country has an unemployment rate of about twenty seven percent and fifty percents of those unemployed young people. And so a lot of the young people have been disillusioned. They don't have jobs. So they feel that what is the use of them participating in the electoral system in the lecture process. And so that has been one of the main challenges in trying to get people to vote trying to get people to register first of all as L is then getting them out on on voting day to participate and cost their ballots. So I can say that a lot of the young people are very disillusioned. They don't have jobs, and they cannot excess higher education institutions because they do not have their parents are poor do not have money to support the education at a higher level. We've seen young people take to the streets protesting demanding that education at tertiary level free. So those are the issues that are driving some of the young people not to actually participate in the electoral process in South Africa tells more about the men challengers of the ruling ANC the Democratic Alliance and also the EFF what are their men policies as compared to the NC? Well, the Democratic Alliance has been campaigning for all. It says it wants to bring about policies that will attract investors in South Africa to try and create more jobs, and they also talking about the labor movement of the Union's damaging the economy. So they're trying to ease that and so those are some of the issues that they are campaigning on. And they also do not agree on the issue of. Land how especially on expiration without compensation land as as we know is one of the main issues in South Africa. And so what they are saying that they want to put in place policies that win show that some that's land is distributed to people that do not have land the majority of the land in South Africa is in the hands of the few white people or the manure to whites co population in the country. And so a lot of Africans to not have land ownership, and which has been very very. Critical issue going to these elections on the other hand the the f f which is a party that is led by Julius Malema who was an ANC youth league. President before he was expelled from the ANC ruling eight and see his may his party has been campaigning on the issue of economic freedom in shoring that South Africa the maturity of the poor black poor to get access to economic freedom. And so and they also want land to be redistributed that is private land as well as state owned land to be rid ritter's to rooted to the people that do not have a land. So that they can be able to use the land and participate in in the economy. So those are some of the issues that they are campaigning on and will be interesting to see how the voters have reacted. The F have has had a lot of appeal amongst young people. And so it'll be interesting to see how much of that section of our of Salafi cans have actually responded to their campaigns. And today our calls and voted for the F on the other hand what we are seeing from the results that have been coming in so far as that party's laxity have also although they gained some some crowned..

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"julius malema" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"julius malema" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's any. Any? Stephon gus. He was attacked by group of armed men when he was checking water pump early one Sunday morning in March twenty eighteen shot him dead the killers escaped the number of murders of white farmers, although stockpiling is low compared with the overall number of violent deaths here lucky do bay with mounted by men trying to steal his car while he was dropping off his children to visit their own call one typical statistic from April sixteen to April twenty seventeen there were nineteen thousand mothers in South Africa. That's included seventy four. The South African government believes that few Fum political that most often unintended outcome of attempting robbery of farm vehicles. Equipment. The African rights group after forum does not believe that the killings by rice, but a mostly white minority. Seven percent still owned seventy percent of the farms and Julius Malema of economic freedom fighters party is leading a campaign for expert creation of white farms without compensation. Overnights actions, like Africa, forum, representing Africa pharma's. And Africaans say that hostility towards them is turbocharged by some of the rhetoric of the leader of a hearing in twenty eleven he was charged with hate speech for chanting shoot. The bull at party rallies..

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"julius malema" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"julius malema" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Maybe not five start. Definitely that's where I wanna be from an frontlines fighting Booker. I'm Ben to Nigerian prison that sounds great. I spent a couple of nights in a jail cell in Djibouti with one of my fellow correspondents that we're tell Djibouti is in east Africa, kind of a city state close to Somalia. The big joke. Look there which got old really quick was like, Judy sucks. My booty. There's just no you dealing with the I guess you had the warlord running that area. Fiefdom? Yeah. I mean, like jail sucks in general. Right. Like, you don't want to Djibouti. That's that's booty. You really do not want to spend the night at the gray bar Hilton there. But so anyways with the Niger I was able to. Yeah. Because they assumed that I was one of the one of the white guys. I was dressed like all those guys that you are with refund book around Jonathan the African defense. They're all white actually they were mixed. There are mixed. There is about, you know, forty white guys. There's about one hundred twenty of us total. I think it was about like forty white guys in about eighty, you know, okay, eighty black guys, but they were South African Nigerian very different. It was also interesting for me to watch those those old Afrikaans guys, and like culturally, how they interact like other Dutch exactly for different. Yeah. And the. Hierarchy is alive and kicking like apartheid might be over. But like not in Mike's of those guys, right? It was it was fascinating to watch the next. I really wonder about South Africa. I don't know how I with what you've got Julius Malema the F F saying we're going to take all the land totally land without appropriate without compensation. So all the white. So why like ten percent of the population? Which is why owns eighty or ninety percent of the land. That's not going to be sustainable, and you've got these literal communists, actual Maoists. Who are like we're going to we're going to take all the land that worked so well in Venezuela, and it's worked so well and every other country. Let's see what happens Julius Malema was the head who's a communications major and his dumb. He's either. He's a he's a good statesman in speaker, but a complete fucking moron about that. Just has no experience in the in the world, and the ANC is totally fucked up, but we won't get into that. But that's all different thing. But but so so so I'm with all these dudes. And sidebar like a bunch of those dudes got killed like the first run. I went out on like, a we had a blue on blue with a Nigerian unit in Nigerian take opened fire on our convoy with with the white killed two of the white guys. Like just the shell just ripped through our convoy, just picking up pieces of them. So this is like as in harm's way as they missed took you guys for the enemy or what I mean. This was the Nigerian army that fired upon. Yeah. I like it's like classic. One thing that has been so it was so interesting about going there to embed with those guys is that the battlespace and the way we conduct warfare for us from the US special operations community has evolved so much in the last two decades of war like say what you want like we have sharpen the knife. Oh, yeah. Right. And the way we do it with like air assets overhead the way, the battlespace has evolved. The way the comms architecture has evolved is extraordinarily it is it is. I don't want to be a terrorist with an AK47., you know, fighting the J sock to eat. Yeah. Because the classic paradigm of ace symmetric wore fairly doesn't work anymore because we're practicing asymmetric warfare at scale in this like or G esque dance of violence, almost like, you know, we we have talion 's like an Italian J tack with a. You know, a NATO like see two platform overhead communicate command communications platform overhead with a predator drone being flown by guy at Fallon Uva. Right. You got like a polish Graham guys or Marine Corps Q f quick reaction force in the background in my platoon..

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"julius malema" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"julius malema" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bbc news with summum murray the british prime minister theresa may says her cabinet has agreed to collective position on future relations with the european union after a marathon day of talks she told reporters she believed it would be well received by european leaders i've been talking to european leaders over the last week or so and obviously i've been talking to them about the need for us to increase the pace on both sides of negotiations for the future this is a proposal that i believe will be good for the uk and good for the you and i look forward to it being received positively the do you proposes continued free trade between britain and the eu and shared rules on goods and agricultural products but not an services it also says free movement of people from the eu as it currently stands will end our political editor laura kuenssberg cast the details there is a proposal that the uk will stick to a common rulebook with the european union so when it comes to goods a big part of the economy british businesses will have to follow the same rules that are decided in brussels by brussels for businesses right around the continent alongside that is kind of shared customs area but for many voters in the uk the deal that she has got agreement for around the table tonight says there will be an end to unlimited european immigration as we know it michel barnier the chief negotiator said on twitter he would assess the proposals to determine whether they were workable and realistic the world's chemical weapons watchdog says that preliminary analysis shows that chlorine was used in an attack in the syrian town of duma in april the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons said there was no evidence of nerve agents in the samples taken from the town dozens of civilians were killed in the attack in the rebelheld town in the eastern gupta region prompting airstrikes by britain france and the united states the syrian government denies carrying out any chemical weapons attacks one goal is best known journalists rafael marquez has been acquitted of charges stemming from an article in which he accused the former attorney general of engaging in illegal property deals his attitude was also acquitted here's david bamford rafael marquez she's an angolan journalist and activist whose received international awards for his reporting on conflict diamonds and government corruption under angoras previous longtime ruler shows a add water to shanta he's been arrested before and spent time in prison but the new head of state gianlorenzo has spoken against corruption and in this new political climate the judge acknowledged at the property deals mr marquess revealed were indeed tainted with irregularities world news from the bbc the authorities in thailand saying air supply line has been successfully installed in the cave where twelve boys and their football coach have been trumped for two weeks there have been concerned about falling oxygen levels before a rescue operation could get underway the regional governors of the boys had enough strength to walk but could not yet swim to safety they're being taught to dive mexico has extradited to the united states a senior member of the sinoloa cartel drug gang formerly headed by l chapo guzman the man damaso lopez was a top official in the mexican prison administration system and is alleged to have been personally responsible for organizing guzman's escape from a high security jail in two thousand and one he then joined the cartel the radical south african opposition politician julius malema has insisted that south africa would avoid symboblic mistakes if it carried out his proposals to expropriate land without compensation mr malemba whose long campaign for the seizure of whiteowned lands to the bbc that in zimbabwe the land seizures have been violent disorderly and enforced without prior public debate the football world cup favorites brazil the knocked out they were beaten in their quarterfinal with belgium by two goals to one alex capstick reports after looking strong in the earlier rounds brazil's well cup came to a halt in a pulsating contest they were undone by a vibrant first half performance from belgium a funnel dino owngoal brilliant kevin dubrow strike opened up a two goal advantage after the break brazil poured forward searching for a way back eventually renato augusta scored to set up a frantic finale brazil's dramatic exit makes the rest of this tournament an old european affair and france versus belgium in.

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"julius malema" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"julius malema" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Petition for some reason this thing about two teams i've practiced their entire week here and they're ready and you ain't got shot mazing to me to have amazing yes but not great grading but its own suck joining us right now covers the lakers for espn thanks for coming on pre sheet it oh guys all right let's start right here we're talking earlier about julius randle and rob linka said that they're communicating that they're trying to figure something out and julius randle team said no not really we're we're we're not sure where we stand with the lakers what what's the latest where are they with each other well i mean i don't think really anything can if you're from the lakers standpoint nothing can really be determined until free agency again and laker see where they stand with region targets that they want of hebron james paul george those guys they gotta see i what happens with those four they can move on to julius randle as much as julius malema team probably doesn't want to hear that they know the reality of the situation to liaise knows reality situation i've had numerous conversations with julius the season what he knows exactly what's going to happen now from their standpoint there are few things that they they can control which is they can go find another team to make an offer for them and kind of may be forced to lakers hands perhaps before lebron james or paul george who whoever lakers chasing will make a decision and that point dan's then the lakers will have to decide how much of a priority julius randle is but until july comes about the there's really nothing that can be said on both sides of how much you lease the priority because surely we love to have him back but of course the lakers have to pursue to max region stars that they want and if that's possible to see what happens we don't know what's gonna happen with paul george and we don't know braun as of now who really quickly i i'm sure julius understands intellectually but what about emotionally being back bernard like that is that just part of professional sports and you get it you don't take it personally or does it hurt i think this is been a slow preparation for julius ever since he did not get his extension before the season i think sin.

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"julius malema" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"julius malema" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Petition for some reason this thing about two teams i've practiced their entire week here and they're ready and you ain't got shot mazing to me to have amazing yes but not great grading but its own suck joining us right now covers the lakers for espn thanks for coming on pre sheet it oh guys all right let's start right here we're talking earlier about julius randle and rob linka said that they're communicating that they're trying to figure something out and julius randle team said no not really we're we're we're not sure where we stand with the lakers what what's the latest where are they with each other well i mean i don't think really anything can if you're from the lakers standpoint nothing can really be determined until free agency again and laker see where they stand with region targets that they want of hebron james paul george those guys they gotta see i what happens with those four they can move on to julius randle as much as julius malema team probably doesn't want to hear that they know the reality of the situation to liaise knows reality situation i've had numerous conversations with julius the season what he knows exactly what's going to happen now from their standpoint there are few things that they they can control which is they can go find another team to make an offer for them and kind of may be forced to lakers hands perhaps before lebron james or paul george who whoever lakers chasing will make a decision and that point dan's then the lakers will have to decide how much of a priority julius randle is but until july comes about the there's really nothing that can be said on both sides of how much you lease the priority because surely we love to have him back but of course the lakers have to pursue to max region stars that they want and if that's possible to see what happens we don't know what's gonna happen with paul george and we don't know braun as of now who really quickly i i'm sure julius understands intellectually but what about emotionally being back bernard like that is that just part of professional sports and you get it you don't take it personally or does it hurt i think this is been a slow preparation for julius ever since he did not get his extension before the season i think sin.

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"julius malema" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"julius malema" Discussed on WLOB

"Racist south african political leader julius malima go after the white man we are cutting the throat of whiteness these are the folks who have now voted to confiscate the land of white folks white farmers are not paying for it in twenty eleven south african leader julius malema told his supporters that the white farmers land must be shared by all black africans he was arrested for playing kill the boar white man song at his rallies he later founded the economic freedom fighters south african political party they recently called for new laws to confiscate land from white farmers the south african parliament voted to confiscate land from white farmers without payment last week and on sunday night julius malima called on his followers to go after the white man and cut the throat of whiteness we are cutting the throat of whiteness he says i'm telling you there's going to be genocide over there we're sitting there watching what's going on it's getting bigger and bigger and boiling closer to boiling over and then when it does it's going to be rwanda all over again they're going to go around and literally cut the throats of all the white folks and he goes he genocide and we're going to stand by and his up just watch it happen we got the fbi asking an aussie retired police detective to provide information to them about multiple allegations of mishandling millions of dollars by the aussie government that was contributed to the clinton foundation michael smith told lifezette i've been asked to provide the fbi with further and better particulars about allegations regarding improper donations to the clinton foundation funded australian australian funded by australian taxpayers at the center of the complaints are former president bill clinton former secretary of state in two thousand sixteen democrat presidential nominee hillary clinton and also his sometimes wife and multiple australian government officials including senior democrat a diplomat alexander downer the government's high commissioner the united kingdom downer hit us headlines recently when he was reported to have told the fbi in may of two thousand sixteen that he had of a conversation he had with george popadopoulos then the campaign and to donald trump a campaign aide skews me he told us law enforcement officials the popadopoulos told him russia had dirt on hillary they were getting drunk at.

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