19 Burst results for "Kayem"

"kayem" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

02:38 min | 3 months ago

"kayem" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Then you may want to actually select the county come love. So that's when it comes to bioprosthetic vessel mechanica now ross. Procedure in good heads is a very good choice. And i'm not saying it's over the over the years. I've had some criticism of replacing two valves instead of one valve. You know in the arctic position and we have seen a series of complications. But if you look at the experts and some patriots. Recently coming from canada down by dr farrow within looking at the world expert on russell. Cj it can be done very very well. The advantages are hemodialysis. Profile is excellent nor need for the coronation. Dallas is the complexity of operation has to be a center of excellence and even even more concerned about the complexity of the rio curation because many of these patients will need to bureau reappropriated either because of the money or the arctic var. So i think it's a good choice. Look question about that. But if you understand the limitation of this option that that was super helpful to review all of our options at this point. And i think it is really important that anticoagulant at this point is something that is really a shared decision that needs to occur between the patient and the physician and will be including another episode later on about anticoagulant with dr katie broker. Kind of emphasizing a lot of these discussions and patient preference at that point great discussion so far. Thank you for all the great points. Third carrier elect bring it back to a patient like you said earlier when a patient presents with ace thematic no severe lesions. You have to really make sure that there have good functional capacity and remained ease into with higher level of activity she overtime over the years had been decreasing her physical activity and she had become more sedentary in. She used to play sports but has not done any kind of exertion Over the basket three years so she did have a stress test and did not do well with distress this ultimately she elected to undergo a balloon bible plastic prior to conception and she was planning to potentially get a surgical repair mechanic obama after pregnancy. So the doctor kayem. How'd you manage for now during pregnancy after she's had a balloon Last week can monitor..

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"kayem" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

05:55 min | 3 months ago

"kayem" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"Now let's get to the news. This is a sensitive story. Okay this top story. Evidence is coming out that an israeli defence force officer should have been dismissed long ago for sexual offenses and was only delta's true punishment now. He's been behind bars since two thousand seventeen for multiple sexual offenses including raping a palestinian woman. But he was protected by the force his name not revealed and he was not officially dismissed from his role until now why not. I broke the story of the men's sexual offenses reporting two incidents in which he allegedly sexually harassed to female soldiers. He was disciplined in the military but was able to convince his superiors that he should maintain his position in the force. He showed off letters of recommendation from his officers. In addition to certificates of excellence that he received during his service both of which greatly helped his case and kept him as a soldier. The committee found he had slapped a female soldier. Propositions another and brought together a group of soldiers to watch pornography the military court allowed as of yesterday the release of the details of this case to the media after years of ordering to keep the details. Quiet the man was imprisoned for raping a palestinian woman and extorted her and other women plus a man for sexual favors. I twenty four news reports that he'd been issuing permits for palestinians to enter and work in israel in exchange for sexual favors and threatened to take away their permits. If the victims ever told anyone about the assaults he was forced to pay out eighteen thousand chuckles or five thousand six hundred dollars in damages to multiple women that he raped plus nine thousand chuckles or two thousand eight hundred dollars to a one woman that he sexually exploited. If any more details come out on this we will let you know next week. Tel aviv's new light rail finished its first set of test runs along the red line late wednesday night. The light rail conducted its test between pitts- tika in the north and butts yom in the south with a stop on jerusalem boulevard which is in jaffa or ufo. The twenty four kilometer route took two hours and thirty minutes to complete from north to south. The idea is to connect israel via train so from south of his so from south of tel-aviv to the north of tel aviv. Using an easy commuter like rail system that would eliminate people taking buses or driving their cars through the city centre. Police prevented residents from getting too close to the train. But many still gathered around the tracks to take pictures and videos of the exciting moment as the train went by the ceo of the transit organization. Operating this kayem glick says we made history. Today we practically traveled from. Pets tikva to yom for the first time we opened the line from end to end with a perfect system in terms of electricity cars and tracks in the coming weeks. The organization is going to run more tests. In dot com and java the line is projected to be in full operation in about a year from now with one train passing every three and a half minutes. That's pretty good. A new delta variants of the corona virus has been detected in israel just as the infection rate in the country has begun to decline the new variant dubbed a y. Four point two was identified in an eleven year old boy who recently returned to israel from moldova and is the only detected case of the variant here in israel however the a y four point two variant is ten to fifteen percent more transmissible than its delta ancestor. So it's likely that other cases already exists in israel and have yet to be discovered the head of the immunology lab at bar. Ilan university says quote a. y. Four point two is a descendant of a y for a grandson of the delta variant adding that there are currently fifty six descendants of the delta variants around the world. The doctor says we need to be aware of what is going on in israel but when it comes to stopping the entry of new variants short of shutting the airport again. There's not much that we can do. If you are getting caught up on your israel daily news we would like you to consider sending a monthly contribution at anchor dot. Fm slash israel daily news slash support. The financial support that we get from subscribers helps us maintain our show. It helps us continue to grow and try to reach new audiences subscribers. We'll get a handwritten. Thank you note and a little poem that i come up with myself to let you know how thrilled we are to have your support. Thank you for your interest in being up to date on israeli affairs. Israeli politics are world politics. 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"kayem" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:37 min | 4 months ago

"kayem" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Know dangling modifier. did you into the participles. Isn't that the word. Partisan still an independent later take care much superintendent brethren celia superintendent of the boston public schools and she did passer test with flying colors and she's in great shape and we appreciate her joining us coming up with a small turnout. The justice for j j six rally a sign of trump's dwindling influence our national security expert. Juliet kayem joyce's for that more. Keep it down. Eighty nine seven h. Boston public radio boston public radio on a couple of minutes. Juliette cayenne join discussing notions. That last week's rally. Dc is trump losing his swag then at the un. Some focus on global foods with a new report from the un spotlight broken. They are in large part. Thanks to global farm. Subsidies are food policy as corby. Kummer will join us. Talk through this and technological triumph. In the form of boston's first digital only dunkin resident journalists and natural sign montgomery joyce's for another dispatch on afternoon zoo including the story of wally. The wandering woolworth's note across europe for jumping on bozen damaging them in italy. They even built him his own pontoon plus a viral new study about the ways. Female octopus handle their sexually harassing suction cup grabbing male counterparts and more that had on boston public radio eighty nine seven. Gp h much digging. You're listening to our number two boston. Public radio eighty nine seven. Gp h logan. Jim hello again marjorie. So join us along over the latest national security headlines national security expert chilly at kind julia former assistant secretary -partment of homeland security. She's a faculty chair of the homeland security program at harvard. University's kennedy school of government and an analyst for cnn. Hello juliette cayenne. Good afternoon to you. Hello juliet well. Let's start with this january six committee investigating the riots at the capital Panel's going to start. Subpoenas issuing subpoenas within the week is going to mean for a fell. Congress people who allegedly were involved. Yes for the liz cheney's of the world who opposed president trump who voted for president trump's impeachment et cetera. A lot. this is a serious investigation. I think finally it's more strategic than the than the hand-to-hand combat so to speak..

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"kayem" Discussed on ChupaCast

ChupaCast

06:43 min | 4 months ago

"kayem" Discussed on ChupaCast

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"kayem" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

06:15 min | 5 months ago

"kayem" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"Had the right to choose win inside your body. At least that's what you claim back. Dr bronner's i ask maria ramos. If she's worried about the shops a little bit I think about it. She'll think about it. The thousand dollar bonuses have not gone out yet that will start next month. Npr's andrea shoot for some businesses trying to encourage vaccination a carrot. Seems like the best option for others. Stick delta airlines announced wednesday that employees on the company health plan who failed to meet its vaccine. Requirement by november will face a surcharge. Each month of two hundred dollars airline said in a statement that on average employees who wind up in hospital with cove in nineteen costs the company forty thousand dollars. Each delta said the monthly surcharge quote will be necessary to address the financial risk. The decision to not vaccinate is creating for our company. There's an emerging argument for airlines to go even further on vaccine mandates not for employees but for customers and the reason why is because we have to begin to assert burdens on those who are choosing not to be vaccinated juliet kayem at harvard's kennedy school of government served as assistant secretary for homeland security under president obama. Recently she wrote a piece for the atlantic arguing vaccine mandates for anyone who wants to fly a mandate impose not by airlines but by the federal government. Which has the power to regulate air travel and already uses that power to require masks on flights kaime spoke to know l. king on. Npr's morning edition. Sometimes industries actually want government to act so that they don't have to make the decision. I think they see the politics of what's going on. And they just they don't wanna play in it but certainly this is something that the federal government could do. There is a large group. That says the government telling me what i have to do with my body before i can get on a flight that i can pay for is big government at its worst. Yeah yeah well. We'll welcome to reality the other times that you went on an airplane. I mean come on you giving up your name your number. You're giving up your birthday. You're having x-rays go through your system. You can't drink your water. You can't smoke if you if you're still doing that. We already live in that world. And this is just an additional requirement for vaccination for the privilege. Because that's what it is of flying or getting from point. Eight point b. is consistent with all sorts of other safety floors that the federal government has done across almost every aspect of your life. And i gather you'd make that same argument to someone who says i don't want to have to carry a vaccine passport for example. It's my personal medical history. I think there's this notion of freedom that is animated the unvaccinated or at least the defense of the unvaccinated. And so i wanna be clear. People are still free to say. No this is not someone grabbing you on the corner and sticking a needle in your arm you can still have those freedoms that people are talking about but the unvaccinated now must know there is a cost a cost that can't just be born by the vaccinated. All right. let me ask you about alaska. Last group of people. I can imagine airline ceos and executives and some of their thousands and thousands of employees thinking if we do this if we make this demand it will mean fewer people flying and we are having enough problems in this economy. This is bad for american businesses. Right so the proposal would be put. Put that deadline out far enough in advance so october november with the with the holidays coming up. Put the proposal to have vaccination requirements. And why why can the federal government do this. So first of all is just start from the facts. We're about twenty percent down on domestic airline travel right now so the industry is not back up to normal. How do you fill that void. We'll part of it is to get people more comfortable about moving around. So the business decision now is will i benefit more from more people being vaccinated in in terms of the bottom line rather than try to plow my way through another wave. And maybe it's good. That i'm not a doctor right. I mean in the sense that we've been hearing for for months and months you'll follow the science follow the science and i get that and i followed the science but at some stage. We just have to look and go. Look we're sort of done with pretty please. And people's feelings and how they feel about freedom and how they feel about liberty the vaccinated have feelings too right. The health professionals facing another now. Avoidable breakdown of our healthcare capacity. Have feelings are kids. Who can't get the vaccine have feelings too. All i know is that the virus has no feelings and it could care less about ours. Juliet qaim a former assistant secretary for homeland security under president barack obama. She's the faculty chair of the homeland security program at harvard's kennedy school of government. It's considered this from npr. I'm audie cornish and jonathan wilson with wmu. And i'm rachel. Courteous eight of the thirteen members of the dc council are calling for tighter corona virus vaccine requirements for teachers childcare providers and local government employees. The council members wrote a letter to mayor. Muriel bowser on tuesday urging her to instate a cova d- vaccine mandate without the weekly testing option. They say requiring vaccines is inappropriate policy given the food and drug administration's decision to fully authorized. The pfizer vaccine this week. Dc public schools will return to full-time in-person learning on august thirtieth even the washington region hits cove in nineteen case levels not seen since april. It's consider this from.

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"kayem" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"kayem" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"So jason shared a quick link over on cocky dot org yesterday. That really got me thinking. It's a piece in the atlantic by juliet. Kayem former assistant secretary for homeland security. During the obama administration basically arguing that the us federal government should make it a requirement for people to be vaccinated in order to travel on airplanes now while she cops that most airplanes filtration systems make transmission on the plane itself fairly rare. The bigger concern she says is transmission in airports and then wherever people are traveling to pointing out that the whole reason for international travel bans is to reduce spreads so is in our huge country with disparate state governments at similar risk and according to a recent new york times and kaiser family foundation pull that she shared forty one percent of people who said they were waiting to see about getting a vaccine would get one if they had to do so to travel even eleven percent of respondents who were entirely opposed to getting. The vaccine said they'd be swayed by travel ban quoting. I am the public debate. Making vaccination a precondition for travel employment and other activities as described this approach as vaccine mandates a term that to critics suggests that unvaccinated people are being ordered around arbitrarily. What is actually going on. Mostly is that institutions are shifting burdens to unvaccinated people denying them access to certain spaces requiring them to take regular cove in nineteen tests charging them for the cost of that testing rather than imposing greater burdens on everyone americans still have a choice to go unvaccinated but that means giving up on certain societal benefits. Nobody has a constitutional right to attend the lion. King on broadway or work at disney or walmart employers and entertainment venues are realizing that they can operate more easily without the hassle of planning around unvaccinated employees and customers

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Call For US Federal Government To Make Vaccination Mandatory for Air Travel

Kottke Ride Home

01:56 min | 6 months ago

Call For US Federal Government To Make Vaccination Mandatory for Air Travel

"A quick link over on cocky dot org yesterday. That really got me thinking. It's a piece in the atlantic by juliet. Kayem former assistant secretary for homeland security. During the obama administration basically arguing that the us federal government should make it a requirement for people to be vaccinated in order to travel on airplanes now while she cops that most airplanes filtration systems make transmission on the plane itself fairly rare. The bigger concern she says is transmission in airports and then wherever people are traveling to pointing out that the whole reason for international travel bans is to reduce spreads so is in our huge country with disparate state governments at similar risk and according to a recent new york times and kaiser family foundation pull that she shared forty one percent of people who said they were waiting to see about getting a vaccine would get one if they had to do so to travel even eleven percent of respondents who were entirely opposed to getting. The vaccine said they'd be swayed by travel ban quoting. I am the public debate. Making vaccination a precondition for travel employment and other activities as described this approach as vaccine mandates a term that to critics suggests that unvaccinated people are being ordered around arbitrarily. What is actually going on. Mostly is that institutions are shifting burdens to unvaccinated people denying them access to certain spaces requiring them to take regular cove in nineteen tests charging them for the cost of that testing rather than imposing greater burdens on everyone americans still have a choice to go unvaccinated but that means giving up on certain societal benefits. Nobody has a constitutional right to attend the lion. King on broadway or work at disney or walmart employers and entertainment venues are realizing that they can operate more easily without the hassle of planning around unvaccinated employees and customers

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"kayem" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"kayem" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"He'll do anything to hold onto power juliette kind joins us for that conversation and more keep you john. Gbh boston public radio. I had them boston. Public radio juliette. Kayem join us on the fourth death by suicide of law enforcement. People protecting capital in january. Sixth then the bing is the ultimate flat rate so versatile in chinese cooking it can be consumed as a casual lunch or dressed up for formal dinner and now james beard award. Winning shopping side has made a vegan or so the coal plant based on the james beard award. Winning chef will join us at his justice for as big in cooking with maine's baynes born of the desire to help his wife yield healthy food. Having trouble of reading your gaze screens during the pandemic economists are working on it. mit economist. John gruber will join us to discuss. How economists are running control experiments on what incentives might compel people to look away then with the biden administration temporarily extending the moore tornado fiction. We asked the pine streets linda downing if this offers for a breather that more in boston public radio eighty nine seven. Gp h your egan. He is rowdy. Welcome to our number. Two of pasta radio eighty nine seven. Gp h logan. Jim and you know.

"kayem" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:45 min | 7 months ago

"kayem" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"And so you're you're you're working in a condition that you just have to to protect what you're exactly right. And not just about anderson cooper which i agree with you. He is magic at these moments spent. But also about how slow and painstaking the the the the rescue will be People can survive if survive for four or five six days and situations like that. It shouldn't take that long. The weather is clear enough. It's not like the whole city is down. You know in some instances like an on both sites is a singular site and so i'm hopeful that this number one fifty nine that we seem to be working with does go down as people either learn that their family member wasn't there overnight or you can find some of the living and you are hearing you know who knows you are hearing Testimonials about their hearing. They're hearing noise. That's just going to take a little time. That people can survive at thankfully. Why building think. So it's a great question so there's a number of reasons why buildings things. So what is the genesis reason announced. That goes back to the point that you made marjorie about. This was building for twenty. Years has been assist. Ss lose the height over time. So the genesis meaning. The way was originally built was not satisfactory. Somehow it got through building regulations. It was going through our building inspections it was going through a building inspection now so who knows what what might have happened because of that or it was going through some process now so one is. This was never a building that should have been lived in and some somebody knew that right. So i'm going to get to the criminal side of this in a second. The the other is erosion of the bed that that the building was built on so and that could be either for external reasons. Something happened next door that bet that that impacted the support or long-term reasons because the nature of soil and ground changes in florida because of changes to weather. Which you're seen. This is not the only time this has happened. The seeing this is essentially what a sinkhole is just happens to be that. The sinkhole had an apartment building or condo building above it. what. I'm very focused on in terms of investigation. As i said there's no federal next is yet but who knew and and what we're residents told c. This is that just kills me. Is you know if you had been told that the building was difficult so to speak you know. Are you staying there. You know what is going on there so that is going to be part of the investigation. We're talking julia kayem so juliet. Major mom in american jurisprudence this afternoon at two thirty eastern time off sentencing hearing dervish derek. Chauvin the man who murdered a george floyd. My understanding is looking for thirty years. The defense is looking for probation. Have to say as i often say. I wasn't much of a lawyer but it seems to me that both is a matter of morality and strategy..

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"kayem" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:40 min | 7 months ago

"kayem" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"A condo building collapsed near miami has killed at least four people but nearly one hundred remain unaccounted accounted for. The search crews continue to file through the rubble emergency crews of said they can hear banging noises for women the collapsed building but no voices national security analyst. Juliette cayenne will join us discuss this and the first sentence handed down to a january six capital insurrectionist democrats who run the state. Legislature are fighting over. How best to spend the state money whether it be five point. Three billion in american rescue plan funds or baker's proposed two month tax free holiday to handle an unexpected surplus president karen spilka with join us at the legislature's agenda for the federal funds. And how she thinks. The state revenue surplus should be better. Spent all that ahead. Boston public radio eighty nine seven. Gp h march. You're listening to boston. Public radio eighty nine seven. Gbh good morning. Jim either merger you by how are you good so you heard on the npr news. A couple of minutes ago There now one hundred fifty nine people unaccounted for in the partial condo collapse and surf side florida. The number of confirmed fatalities is for the cause of the collapse is still unknown. Janis the line for her. Take on this to explain it. A bit to talk through the possible outcomes of derek chauvin sentencing hearing which is happening this afternoon and other national security headlines Kayem julia a former assistant secretary of the department of homeland security. She's faculty chair of the homeland security program at harvard. University's kennedy school of government and of course analysts for cnn. Good morning juliet guy. I'm good morning to friday. Can't juliet so let's start with this tragedy in florida. There was some report of of people building with sinking. The report was quite old at this point. But we don't really know what happened or what's latest yeah so well we have..

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"kayem" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"kayem" Discussed on Harvard Classics

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"kayem" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"kayem" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"You can also refer this show to friends or leave a review of it on apple podcasts. That will be great now. Let's get back to the news. Let's talk politics now. The israeli government is broken up and the house of cards is falling down yesterday. The mayor of tel aviv announced. He'll be running with his own. New center left political party called the israelis party and today foreign minister gobash kazi says he's leaving politics completely. He's going to give up his seat in the blue and white party headed by bennie. Guns and says he's taking a break from the political sphere justice minister and corn also blue and white party announced his resignation as well. Member of knesset mikhail collar launched coo. We had a special interview with some weeks ago. Says she'll be running as a candidate with blue and white either sunday. A sophism ear and mickey kimovitch. Two members of parliament with blue and white were disinvited from participating in the next round of elections with the party. That's because they chose not to vote on extending the budget so basically they voted to break up the government. The science and technology minister is leaving as well. So that's quite a few resignations and people who are being pushed out elections will be held on march twenty third. Three christmas trees in an arab israeli town were burned down this week. The most recent was last night. The words only the prophet mohammad. We're spray painted on the wall of the catholic church where the tree was erected in front of two other trees in front of other churches in the town of sakhalin were burned saturday. Towns in the north. The mayor abu raya says the town stands united against any acts that could harm the social fabric and the special relationship between fates in the city. He says this act does not represent his residence and finally is rare and is really. Airline has a new daddy. It's the owners of rami levy which is a prominent supermarket chain in israel. It costs fifty million dollars between cash and shares that rami levy and his partner. Shalom kayem have taken on. Seventy percent of the investors voted. Yes for these to take over. But the deal isn't done until a lawyer and a judge take a good look. At how the current parent company development corporation will come undone and transfer power. There's talk that the supermarket a loyalty program to offer those who wanna fly and of course the points earned while shopping would go toward airline miles all right well. That's it for today's news. Today is wednesday. December thirtieth twenty twenty tel aviv has a low of twelve degrees celsius and a high of twenty two degrees. That's fifty three degrees fahrenheit for the low going up to seventy two degrees for the high. Subscribe to the israel daily news podcast on spotify or apple podcasts. Or wherever you're hearing it from. I am everywhere. Thank you can't just go in and orient For their contributions to the research and writing. Tomorrow we'll have a live facebook interview with jessica. manville. She's the director of foreign relations at the geneva initiative which is an ngo that hopes to end the palestinian israeli conflict. That'll be twelve pm tomorrow. Eastern standard time and seven pm. Israel time you can find the links on my social media pages. I'll be live on my reporter page by personal page and you will be able to continue in the mini series that. I've been running for the past two weeks on impressive women around israel in different careers who have made strides and.

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Trump fires top cybersecurity official Chris Krebs

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

Trump fires top cybersecurity official Chris Krebs

"So when it comes to election security it turns out. There's no job security. Trump's purges continue his. Latest is the ousting of chris. Cribs krebs was dhs security cyber security official. Who lost his job for contradicting trump's claims of a fraudulent and stolen election. In fact krebs said. It was the most secure election in american history. Join us a line for on this and other headlines is national security expert juliette kayem. She's an analyst at cnn forces secretary of the department of homeland security yourself in faculty chair the homeland security program at harvard. University's kennedy school of government. Hello juliet our you. We're great to talk to you. Great to talk to you both on zoom this time so we shouldn't have problems like we did last time. Good fingers crossed. So i'm heartened by. Chris crabs even though he just got fired by the press because he's he's was speaking truth to power in the classic sense saying that the there's not widespread fraud in this election. He did fire but his republican but at least he stood up to the president. Yes exactly and i think that's the way to view it. I know everyone so nervous. And you know we have a right to be. This is no way to treat a democracy or a peaceful transition of power but nonetheless The president is now just wildly searching for a narrative of how he how he loses which he's already lost and so that's every lawsuit he can bring. She's losing about thirty of them at a time. It is questioning the voting process and questioning the voting results and so Firing chris crabs who ran an office that was not only did heroic work in terms of supporting election and the election from foreign interference But also one. That was pushing back against disinformation That was coming out of the white house so that is a good thing. So chris i know chris is. Chris knew he was going to get fired. There's no one's crying here. This was this was someone who believed that. His role was for the united states and not for president. He did his job. The president is petty. chris's deputy quit Chris's the third in line. Who's running the office with someone who can't be fired easily. 'cause he's career and has been part of cybersecurity for while the president will soon discover how How hard it is to. You know to undermine the truth which was that. They did a successful job. So let me just say. This guy's unbelie not only speaking of truth to power around election day. Listen to this guy in october. It's almost like he knew what his boss. Donald trump is gonna say. Here is a krebs in october Talking about what might happen. Post november third patient. That's a lot of opportunity space for the bad guys. Whoever they are to come in and try to so chaos so doubt in the integrity of the process and remember attempts to de-legitimize. The election aren't going to stop on election day. How perfect is that. I mean described to a tee. Exactly what his boston right. So trump had one. Then you know then then no one would. No one be thinking about chris. Christopherson -ticipant either. That it was closed or the biden would win. And so here's the thing so trump's not sophisticated. I mean he's a bullet in china shop. You everyone wonders. If there's some master chess game going on. There's not. I mean he he he he only cares about himself and he's he's bringing us closer bringing us to on unreasonable ledges or cliffs than than need be but in the end. You know this is. Chris was ten steps ahead of him as well as the department in terms of the side in terms of defending the election and ultimately of course trump

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"kayem" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"kayem" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"That's eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one. So as I was saying, I our, you know, some people writing in some markets, I was preempted for the debates. And I said, okay, whatever. I you know, I saw a little bit of debates last night. The DNC. Debates. And I felt the same way I feel about every debate, whether it's DNC or RNC or whoever nobody talks about the future no-one. They always think about the. agendas of the day they never they never jumped forward and say well this is what i'm gonna do about this the only thing they're thinking about this futures climate change that's it And because there's a lot of money to be made with that. And it just seems to me that. People in positions that you, you gotta wonder why twenty or twenty some odd people want to run for president the democrat ticket. It's because they have that on the resume ran for president. Do they have any friends that tell them? Hey. you know maybe you shouldn't do this it's a stupid idea no they don't have any friends that's why the running for president because no one's there to tell him don't do this village your money we go have a beer with me no i want to run for president Not really. Like they don't have friends like that to talk them out of it. You understand that, right? Have friends. elizabeth warren she has no friends you know your husband can't even tell her to you know hey you know what you look like a fool back what you're making these statements about being an american indian why don't you just give up And what about that Bedell? What what's his name? Betted beetle juice. But. booty call what what bene- bitty bought a better baby better baby better that dude that douche why somebody tell him you got a stupid name when are you change into something like alice cooper didn't alice cooper changes name his name was vincent furniture or something gene simmons used to be like issue its kibble or something what was his jewish dan kayem wits you imagine and now the hottest band of the world com wits bass player Yeah. Jews bethlehem. The van Jews. No. I. Judge Bennett judge right Buddha? Judge booth Jitka, and then Castro what, what, what's, what's that? julian castro you know what's going to happen julian castro's give you president the united states you don't i know because it's gonna be hilarious we fight a war against islam we elected president has an islamic name or a star wars name osama bin on sorry i blew that barack obama think about all the people that were running for president barack obama that is a star wars name did you think obi-wan-kenobi barack obama you know what i'm saying newt romney's also star wars name newt gingrich star wars day what are these people figure it out they'll run for president stupid name jit ditch That they'll run for president. got ensley if he's from washington it his whole platform is on climate change you'll probably have alexandria of cortez be is like like he's vice president like like like like like like like like Canadian buddy, please give me out of this three ring circus that I'm in right now. Anyway. But it's true. Those who rule this country such an advantage over us because we don't pay attention. We don't we live in attention deficit democracy. The history were completely Burr, most people anyway. In the rest of the world's population has a lot on us. I mean, they know everything about our politics. What do we know about theirs? but we know about their about canada there's this up the way you have be my candidate with you but mexico just we don't want those guys coming into this country The rapists murderers drug dealers get them away from us. Yeah. Okay. Here's the deal. You know, you look at the foreign press American American views from the foreign press, and people say, why do we care? What foreigners think? Well, you should care because, you know, we, we share the same planet with the Furniture's. We share the same planet with him. So if they think we're laughing stock. We have to do something about that, you know, you don't want to walk out of the bathroom. You've got toilet paper on your shoe. Do you want to you want to wear that all day long? Let's say. Paper on your show. Oh, really? Well, thank God. You're not so damn paranoid that you told me I have toilet issue. Thank you so much. Most people to sit there and look at you and they'll go. Shoot douche. You like a total deep? You know. But see this is the way we are in America right now in in, you know. This is the way we're perceived. says we don't want the united states to end up like us we don't want to the united states to end up like a bunch of people are saying cape they want us to be that shining spot on the hill not that little brown spot you know they don't want us to be that i know a lot of people have been grove ages all hate us no they really don't they hate us so bad disneyland would be out of business universal studios would be out of business hollywood would be out of business because they hate us no i don't think they hate us maybe they're jealous up is a lot of respects but what they don't like is a backdoor ending up just like anybody else running up any third world country and why because we are believing the crap We don't we as Americans, we should have a little bit of integrity. But, you know, it's killing the integrity, the identity were I talk about. Yeah. It kills the integrity of everything. identified as a clown what what do you identify identify as a clown but identifies a clown who writes a unicycle wi fi floppy shoes we'll good for you i is a cloud with red does and i wear it on my little you know what what you see that's that's that's how we are we go right for that i have pride because i wear my nose on my little knew what you know what This is insanity. Okay. and i'm beginning to see a pattern again this is beginning into my patterns i'm in my patterns again guys we are now in a time where we see everything as a target we see everything is an enemy we see everything as a mark meaning that if we can just get them alone for fifteen minutes we can convince them of anything we can convince them to do the cap and trade thing we can convince them to give up meat to be a vegan we can convince you know it's the idea of taking philosophies and with emotional tirades ram it down people's throats and just hit them over the head like a cudgel until they say please please stop you know you you get to the point where just nauseous of everything you're nauseous if everybody's saying you know i need to be paid attention to because i'm this way no you don't we don't care well get a group of people that feel the same way i do and we're going to try to take over your community and we're going to do what we want and we're going to force you to do what we want to because we're doing a good thing and you're all bad people tired of the stuff i get tired of it all the time doing this you know having to go through this dance every time we have debates or politics or whatever going on I mean, I hope people understand. The government, no matter who is in charge. They always want to coerce you. Into believing that everything is under control in America and. They are pretty much the very criminal element behind the Taryn corruption that we wish to blame on other people. And so the biggest casually right now in this Cold War. We have in this country is truth. And there are other evils of war. Ignorance and denial. long before the attacks of nine eleven americans in the world in general through an ethos of blind faith made themselves vulnerable to orchestrate deceit and it was easily done americans have been lured into following philosophies that have brought them into a maelstrom of problems and they continue to make the wrong choices and believe in consensus myth miss and lies spun all the time and they are created by government they're created by think tanks within government like the council on foreign relations and the trilateral commission the bilderberg group all these guys and the media they don't want to tell you well here here's some choices for you this this is the way it is and they don't want to challenge government anymore in fact many of them speak for government many of them have positions at the c._i._a. and they're they're telling you exactly what the pentagon with deep state want you to hear And so we're in the midst of something called, experimental politics and even used on the American people. And these types of experiments have been successful in creating a cold political war in the United States. A spiritual war also. We've seen social cohesion die. And this is why we see the left and the right wing fighting. and this is open the dialogue for we'll both sides can agree i know one thing we agree on that is leveling the playing field is socialism what do you think Okay. If you don't believe socialist. Let's do something called a citizen security system. If you see something say you see something? I see something. I see messes. I see crap I see fighting I mean we are here to sustain ourselves. But the solution they have for sustaining is less equal rights or less rights for Americans, let's civil rights for Americans and war. And these are the things that they always give us a solution to a problem, but they're not part of the Hegelian dialectic..

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"kayem" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

11:11 min | 2 years ago

"kayem" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"That's eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one. So as I was saying, I our, you know, some people writing in some markets, I was preempted for the debates. And I said, okay, whatever. I you know, I saw a little bit of debates last night. The DNC. Debates. and i felt the same way i feel about every debate whether it's d._n._c. or r._n._c. or whoever nobody talks about the future no-one they always think about the Agendas of the day they never they never jumped forward and say, well, this is what I'm gonna do about this. The only thing they're thinking about its futures climate change. That's it. And because there's a lot of money to be made with that. And it just seems to me that. people in positions that you you to wonder why twenty or twenty some odd people want to run for president a democrat ticket it's because they have that on the resume ran for president do they have any friends that tell them hey you know maybe it shouldn't do this it's a stupid idea no they don't have any friends that's why they're running for president because no one's there to tell them don't do this Your money back. Go have a beer with me. No, I want to run for president. Come on. Really? Like they don't have friends like that to talk them out of it. That, right. You know, have friends. elizabeth warren g has no friends you know your husband can't even tell her to you know hey you know what you look like a fool back what you're making these statements about being an american indian why don't you just give up And what about that? What's his name? Bedded beetlejuice. What? booty call what what ben a bitty badeah batter baby batter baby batter that dude that douche why somebody tell him you got a stupid name when are you change it to something like alice cooper didn't alice cooper change his name is name was vincent furniture or something gene seven's used to be like issue its kibble or something what was his jewish dan kayem wits imagine and now the hottest of the world com wits bass player yeah jews bethany van jews no i guess bente judge is it bennett judge right buddha judge booed judd jitka and then castro what what what's what's that julian castro you know it's going to happen julian castro's give you president united states i know because it's hilarious we fight a war against islam we elected president has an islamic name or star wars name osama bin on sorry i blew that barack obama think about all the people that were running for president barack obama that is a star wars name did you think obi-wan-kenobi barack obama you know what i'm saying newt romney's also star wars name newt gingrich that's star wars name what are these people figure it out they'll run for president you stupid name jig That don't run for president. Got Ensley if he's from Washington, it his whole platform is on climate change. You'll probably have Alexandra Causey of Cortez be is like, like, vice president like like like like like like like. Canadian buddy, please give me out of this three ring circus that I'm in right now. Anyway. but it's true those who rule this country such an advantage over us because we don't pay attention we don't we live in a tension deficit democracy The history where completely Bor most people anyway. the rest of the world's population has a lot on us i mean they know everything about our politics what we know about theirs but we know about about canada there's this up the way my candidate with mexico just we don't want those guys coming into this country The rapists murderers drug dealers get them away from off. Yeah. Okay. Here's the deal. you look at the foreign press american american views from the foreign press and why do we care what foreigners think well you should care because you know we we share the same planet with furniture's we share the same planet with him so he think we're laughing stock we to do something about that you know you don't want to walk out of the bathroom and got on your shoe do you want to you want to wear that all day long you say Paper on your show. Oh, really? Thank God, you're not so damn paranoid that you told me I toil. Thank you so much. Most people to sit there and they're look at you and they'll go. What? You walk around like total deep, you know. But see this is the way we are in America right now. We are in. This is the way we're perceived. i mean you're says we don't want the united states to end up like us we don't want to end up like a bunch of people are saying cape they want us to be that shining spot on the hill not that little brown spot you know they don't want us to be that i know a lot of people grove ages don't hate us no they really don't they hate us so bad disneyland would be out of business universal studios will be out of business hollywood out of business because they hate us i don't think they hate us maybe they're jealous a lot of respects but what they don't like the fact we're ending up just like anybody else running any third world country and why because we are believing the crap We don't as Americans, we should have a little bit of integrity. But, you know, it's killing the integrity, the identity where I talk about it kills the integrity of everything. identified as a clown what do you identify as a clown but i is a clown rides a unicycle i ended up is a cloudy poppy shows we'll good for you i the cloud with red nose and i wear it on my little you know what what you see that's that's that's how we are we go right for that I pry because I wear my nose on my little Neo what you know what this is insanity. Okay. and i'm beginning to see a pattern again this is beginning into my patterns i'm in my patterns again guys We are now in a time where we see everything as a target. We see everything is me. We see everything as a Mark, meaning that if we can just get them alone for fifteen minutes, we could convince them of anything. we can convince them to do the cap and trade thing we can convince them to give up meat to be a vegan we can convince you know it's the idea of taking philosophies and with emotional tirades ram it down people's throats and just hit them over the head like a cudgel until they say please please stop you know you get to the point where just nauseous of everything you're not everybody's saying you know i need to be paid attention to because i'm this way no you don't we don't care well get group of people that feel the same way i do and we're gonna try to take over your community and we're going to do what we want and we're going to force you to do it we want to we're doing a good thing and you're all bad people tired of the stuff i get tired of all the time doing this you know having to go through this dance every time we have debates or politics or whatever going on I mean, I hope people understand. government no matter who is in charge they always want to coerce you Into believing that everything is under control in America and. they are pretty much the very criminal element behind the taryn corruption that we wish to blame on other people and so the biggest casualty right now in this cold war we have in this country is truth And there are other evils of war. Ignorance and denial. law before the attacks of nine eleven americans of the world in general through an ethos of blind faith made themselves vulnerable to orchestrate deceit and it was easily done americans have been lured to falling philosophies that have brought them into a maelstrom of problems and they continue to make the wrong choices and believe in consensus myth miss and lies spun all the time and they are created by government they're created by think tanks within government lay the council on foreign relations and the trilateral commission the bilderberg group all these guys and the media they don't wanna tell you well here's some choices for you know this this is the way it is and they don't want to challenge government anymore in fact many of them speak for government many of them have positions of the c._i._a. they're telling you exactly what the pentagon with deep state want you to hear so we're in the midst of something called experimental politics and even use on the american people and these types of experiments have been successful in creating a cold political war in the united states a spiritual war also We've seen social cohesion die. And this is why we see the left and the right wing fighting. And this is open the dialogue for we'll both sides. Can't agree? I know one thing we agree on. That is leveling the playing field with socialism. What do you think? okay if you don't believe socialist let's do something a citizen security system if you see something say you see something i see something i see messes i see crap i see fighting i mean we are here to sustain ourselves but the solution they have for sustaining is less equal rights or less rights for americans let's civil rights americans and war and these are the things that they always give us a solution to a problem but they're not part of the galleon dialectic eight seven seven seven three three one zero one that's eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one a whole lot of.

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"kayem" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"kayem" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A very, very kind on this glorious day for not just me and my wife Danielle when my son Gabriel in my dad Hornby, but for all of New York City, they showed up in droves yesterday between fifty seventh and seventy four on Fifth Avenue to celebrate his on this beautiful parade, my monetize hospital and amazing job by audio friend hetchy, Oregon bomb, and his son, Josh who actually decorated the convertible, with might pay soul over it. And the sit sports Sunday logo and the Bernie and sit logo and actually drove Gabi in the air conditioned car all seventeen blocks while Danielle walked on one side of the car, and I walked on the other greeting the crowd, spoke to a couple of radio stations along. All the way until I finally got to sixty eight and fifth and that's what fought five and channel nine did their telecast from and how to chance to to talk to. But Moses, who made sure that when the convertible, got to that spot that the cost stopped so we can get me and gave waving to the crowd on television and thanked me my son in my diet. And it was an amazing day for us. Wanna thank Cory Zelenik again for showing up early lending his love. And support as he always does for me, but a really big banks to Robert Moses, Moses, I should say, and the fine folks at channel nine and that fixer was priceless. I mean I took a picture and send it to you of you with the doorbell Charuek, little Gabi, Rosenberg. He really is. So cute, thank. And it had a graphic underneath said, sid Rosenberg, honorary honorary grand marshal. You know if you go in my office right now, Bernie given may at times so eight by ten beautiful color. Eight by ten have been framed all over my walls. There's a great shot of you. And I standing in front of the patriots and Rams logo radio row, which at the Super Bowl, a great shot of you and I sitting on the Bill O'Reilly television show. Great shot of, of you. And I also with from South Carolina, Lindsey, Lindsey Graham ovi-, Oval Office, and got a lot of families. Stop Danielle Evo, specifically the shot of me and Gabi twain Wade, his last game ever in New York at Madison Square Garden. But that shot you're talking about with Gabe waving and would be the reading at the bottom of the screen. Sid Rosenberg on Oregon Marshall that'll be on the wall tomorrow. It's gotta be amongst the tops. I can only imagine the feeling that Harvey. Yeah. And your mom Naomi had while we were watching this on channel nine it's just just call a highlight for them here is after all these years. Yeah, there's my son and my grandson on TV and it was really cool. I was very proud of myself tell you, thank you. I know you sent me some beautiful pictures. Some beautiful tags and it was a wonderful morning. We got there about say about ten thirty and waited there somewhere, I think it was on fifty fourth and six is what we waited eventually, we got the go-ahead to go behind me. Goes Ali is really MMA fighter in behind Kayem was heavy and the monitor's float, which was beautiful, and the, the fans would just amazing Bernie every single block, even Daniel was shop every single block people yelling and screaming way to go sit because a lot of whiz. Bernie was Bernie, but a lot of way to go sit way to go sid. We love you send it was great. My son my wife, putting amazing well attended. Yeah. Well, let's attended now what happened was early in the paredo is a bit sparse for my fifty seven I'd say about sixty second, but the last twelve thirteen blocks it was packed right to the very end on seventy four th street, and.

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"kayem" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"kayem" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Israeli because bad point eight. It could be my train on your in Brooklyn or a gal living in the five pounds. But sitting to my left is a real bad has fact he's going to be back, right? Second time planning at Madison Square Garden coming up on June. The fourteenth in Belot twenty two twenty two. He's a pride of Tel Aviv LA by millions all over the world over one hundred thousand Instagram, bottlers, ladies and gentlemen, say Hello to the only Israeli fighter in the NFL. A and a guy once again, that has had great success, Kayem goes on Lee. Good morning. How are you moaning? Good. Good. Nice to have you here. First of all, we want to thank has she organ bomb, the fine people at my monitors medical center for setting this thing up how she's a big fan of yours. You told me during the break that it was really hetchy who just two years ago when you fought for the first time that Madison Square Garden, also got you back then to do what I'm doing this Sunday, which is the Marshall on the day parade. Yeah. When Masha s she's support me for like two years already. Yeah. And how did the grand marshal thing, go? Yeah. It was. It was cool. Yeah. Like t shirts for the cloud. No. So listen. I'm how did you your Isreaeli? Obviously, you actually an Israeli soldier back in the day. And but how'd you get into this, in Israel? How did you pick up on the MMA fighting? I studied Russia lousy like six. All right. So I saw this movie ninja, and I stuck van, and I was a kid. And after that, I went to the army, I was in the border patrol after the army, I start competing it was damaged may wasn't made by then he was. No, but with the gloves and stuff like that. Yeah. It's still good when he was like that. Yeah. And after that, he become like a sports, your degree black belt to let me for the blood on the hands of racists around the corner, is that Jim that's the most decorated you can beat with that. It's for the grids said like you twin more than like twenty s while just to get to the full degrees, like right? So now, so, like Bernie, you became familiar with the sport in Israel, you started fighting, and then I believe you actually setup like your own league right? Like you started. You won't lead there over the didn't have nothing. So we have to we've been everything, I'd bring the digital toys. Well. Because nobody know what it is. Right. And the same day me. I did the first major event in Israel. And after a couple of his belt, oh, came to us with. So now we have these every show like nine thousand people come so village, or by the way competes with the UFC. It's eh may have UFC Bella to. And they're both leagues. Sort of them as the sport. And better, Tony big and you, you are welterweight you fight at one hundred seventy pounds. But you walk around probably to a five tool, tool five you see, these guys cut wait. Like you wouldn't believe before two thousand two hundred five pounds and you cut down twenty five pounds or what am I talking about? To get to one hundred seventy. Wow. Yeah. But what do you do? What is besides taking Trumbull in, which is an illegal stuff? What else do you do to get drink diet? Yeah. You. I've thought what else did that with the professional have people that at me? I'm meeting like by grams grams them, but everything is like by odor by by hours. But nothing about how long like a month, two months, three months before the bites and then the last week of the fight. I'm like cutting like between fifteen to ten. Got a lot of it is stopped drinking water, right? A lot of water. Yeah. He drink drinking, like two gallon a day. But just before the way before the way, like one day, stop the buddy because he'd drink a lot sweating a lot, the riot to the bathroom a lot. Here's what we need to do. I go back to rocky four. Am Iraqi four Stallone for long with it was America versus Russia. There's gotta be some Palestinian who can fight and we put you up against him, Israel versus the Palestinian. This would be the biggest thing in the Middle East ever. And you'd have extra motivation to kill right? Is there any company Jim that can fight? Not that I know. But maybe we can do that. November fourteen won't be the Israeli show Tel-Aviv Vivian. You feel like you have the weight of the whole nation, on your shoulders when you fight you representing Israel, or do you represent Israel all the time every fight them coming into the flag every I've coming with my hat style? David. These these rarely and McCoy nowadays nationalism is a bad word, they say, but I agree with you represent your country. And you're proud of it. Now, let's speaking of you're gonna fight this guy Gustavo world litter. Do you trash talk Conor McGregor style? You guys you know you a little bit. They start because the days many Bedminster, postal beach, you bet of the like he's the joker. And I'm the Batman and Vietnamese. So I start to do that. Also had fun though. Yeah. But it's like funny. It's not like. Not single the antisemitic like cursing and stuff like McGregor. It's nice. It's pussy or anything like what is this? This obsession with Batman your whole life. When did that start? Like when I was sixteen years old was to live in New York, and then eighty nine Kim to move in was fifty nine thousand sixteen so it's a movie, not the TV show. No. Did this show was like? Sixty. So I saw the movie in stacked like that. Then I have a big collection that I'm collect on my life, and one of the fight with ask me like you asked me, why would Beckmann? I have another the to a bit. So when it came to the fight my goal, but said the Israeli Bateman and then it's very cold. Higham gazali. He's a welterweight in the m a Belot or league. He's gonna fight this guy. Gustavo worlds at Madison Square Garden on June fourteenth. Now you're very tough guy. Obviously, at one point, you were a bouncer in a bar in Israel. I believe Tel Aviv. And he got stabbed like six times or something right in my face in my hand. I did like a five surgery in my hand God to fix the him. I don't feel the him today but. Oh, is that right? I don't feel like I don't feel that really. Maybe that's a good thing this way you can hit somebody as hard as you want. And I don't feel it is going to feel it. So what is your is your specialty? Striking or wrestling punching Istat with karate when I met the jitsu. So you want to educate, all on my life digits, learn the, the system, and I forgot about the standing. But now coming back, what is coming back like ten ISM? Right. Coming back to this it. 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"kayem" Discussed on PRI's The World

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"kayem" Discussed on PRI's The World

"So though department is formed as counterterrorism department in two thousand two in two thousand five the department itself had a major course correction after the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina when we realize those of us in the field realized that federal apparatus to focused on stopping nineteen terrorists from getting on four airplanes. Again, a noble effort could not save an American city from drowning. And so we pivoted and we people like me who happ who were counterterrorism experts began to dry describe ourselves as homeland security experts. We we began to understand that and take what's called an all hazards approach. Trump has reversed that course, Perec Shen and he looks at homeland security. Through solely through the end of unlawful migration, which is such a limited end. So meanwhile, you've got climate change within ministration denies you've got a you've got a measles outbreak. As if it's eighteen sixty and you've got leadership in the White House, including the president somewhat skeptical of vaccination, you have cyber attacks and cyber vulnerabilities which have not been addressed in time for twenty twenty and you still have terrorism, but a different kind of terrorism, and including and especially right wing terrorism that we're seeing rear its head which is not being condemned by the president himself. So we've got a lot of issues that are not that are not being addressed by the department because of it's focused on unlawful immigration, but are actually in some ways being made worse because of the president's sort of lack of fact-based policy making when it comes to the climate to vaccinations to right, wind tear. Resum and to the Russians attempts to undermine us in our elections. A pretty hopefully list say Juliette Kayem assistant secretary of the department of homeland security under President Obama. Thank you. Thank you, so much Marco, disarray and big changes at the department of homeland security people heads of families deported in the Trump era, one symbol captures all of that a wall. The powerful symbolism of a structure that's meant to divide to keep people apart. People get it have gotten it since Trump. I hit the campaign trail and talked about build a wall little surprise at the wall would eventually lead to a song by three Latin rock bands that let's just say keep it pretty real. This is from the new album by Grupo Fantasma, featuring their friends from LA ozo- motley. And.

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"kayem" Discussed on Far Side Chats

Far Side Chats

28:02 min | 3 years ago

"kayem" Discussed on Far Side Chats

"Hey, liz. Hey, Keira were back again for our next episode. It's so crazy where on episode. I know I'm so excited. I can't believe it last week was spring break, and I know trip I took a trip everything was crazy or both exhausted so exhausted. But here we are recording just for our farside IRS. So tell me a little bit about way you did last week. We both like you said we both were traveling. So okay. So I went on an adventure to Oklahoma along laces. That's fun. It was took my grandparents my mom to visit my aunt and her husband, and it was a pilgrimage to be honest. The wifi was super shoddy everything was twenty minutes or more away a while. So I'm definitely glad to be home with internet back in civilization. But it was great. I'm glad to get to see them. Yeah. But yeah, definitely exhausting spending time with families. Always fun. No matter the pilgrimage. You're exactly credit you go. I know you to like a work trip. Oh, yeah. So with my job, I took ten students to where we go. I forgot. Okay. How tired? Ten students to New Orleans. We did service the holy spring break who that's gonna cool. Yeah. It was a lot of fine are living conditions were you know, subpar subpar at best. Maybe saw some pictures. Let's just say twelve people in one bathroom do not mix. Well, oh my God. Aathroom in Cajun food. I'm. But it was a lot of fun. We had a great time. We learned a lot got dirty. I got to pet puppies. Always fun. Always fun. And I got to hold on alligator. Yes. I saw that picture leave it. Yeah. I was very excited about the more. So than I needed to be. But it's gator. How often do you get the one? I couldn't Rascic one. So. So baby one, let's probably more where my strengths lie, but a little more realistic. Yeah. But it was a lot of fun. I slept so much yesterday. 'cause we got back yesterday around three from the land of do. Yeah. Ooh. I wanted to come back as voodoo priestess. But but here we are unit like years of training or whatever for that rail here back, and you're not a voodoo priest. He'll still on the bucket list reality sinks in fine. Oh my goodness. So anyway, far ciders we have got a doozy of case today. So how about we just jump right in? On December first nineteen forty eight. The body of the man was found on Somerton beach in Adelaide Australia at first this case received very little media attention in the police lead. It was fairly straightforward case. They just needed to the body in that was that to this day knows who this man was where he came from or how he died. Welcome to case for the Somerton, man. On Wednesday, December I might teen forty eight the body of the man was found on Somerton beach in Adelaide, Australia, the unknown man would soon be called the Somerton, man. He would become one of Australia's. Most perplexing cases. This man was found laying in the sand with his back down and his head propped on the seawall the way he was positioned was pretty awkward and looked uncomfortable. We will make sure to post this photo and others to our website. So if you guys want to see it, please go out there. Again to this day is identity and cause of death remain a mystery. There are many theories and ten of speculation around this case. So here's where the details. Get interesting. Somerton man arrived at the Adelaide train station the day before he was found on the beach. So November thirtieth. Upon his arrival. He checked us suitcase in at the station. I think probably just a hold his bag until he came back to the train station that makes sense. Yeah. The Somerton man arrived at the Adelaide train station the day before it was found on the beach, which would be November thirtieth upon his arrival. He checked his suitcase in at the station guessing the whole bag until he came back to the train station. That makes sense. Yeah. He then purchased another train ticket to a destination of Henley beach. He was given time stamp ticket for checking his suitcase, which was tagged sometime around eleven AM as well as his trained to ticket to Henley beach. Just when we thought things were weird enough. He does something very unexplainable instead of boarding the train. He crossed the street and bought a ticket for a bus to Glen L beach. The bus departed at eleven fifteen a m and dropped him off at about a twenty minute walk from where he would later be found dead on Somerton beach. Henley beach from where he had the unused trained to get was seven kilometers or about four and a half miles away from where he was found the thought is he probably bought the train ticket because it was the closest where he wanted to be originally. But then he found out that the buzz would take him closer. So we just rode the bus instead that makes sense. I could see people doing that. Yeah. I've done that stuff before. So whatever he arrived at Glen around noon. And there was no record of what he was up to between noon and seven PM at about seven fifteen pm, a local businessman, John Lyons and his wife went on a walk on Somerton beach to watch the sunset. Here. They saw the Somerton man on the beach with his head propped up on the seawall looking just as he had when he was found dead. Although at this time, he was not dead. They saw him raise his arm and flop back down. They didn't think too much amiss as they just chopped it up to another drunk man who needed to sleep it off. So they continued on their wall without giving him a second. Remember, we'll have pictures bailable on our website for reference. It should be noted. This is a fairly popular spot for area. Locals the location where he was ultimately found was right next to the beach entered stairs and people were walking up and down the stairs quite frequently. So basically tons of activity in this area. Eggs. Exactly. So I find it kind of hard to believe that only three people noticed him. Yeah questionable. That's all. We've got. About forty five minutes later at eight pm that night right at dusk. Another young couple was going for a walk. They sat down on a bench right next to the staircase or the summer man was found while enjoying their evening. They noticed an unknown man in a hat standing at the top of the steps nearer. They were sitting looking down at the Somerton, man. The man in the hat was never identified and was never seen or heard from again, probably ghost. No one knows if he's related to the case or not the young couple looked down like the man in the hat had done, and they could see the legs of the Somerton man, but his top half was covered from their vantage point. They didn't see a move. But in the reports to authorities. They said by the time, they left the benches position had changed. They commented that they thought it was strange. She wasn't moving because the mosquitoes were bad that night. But the couple didn't investigate further. They also said. Said that since they thought his position had changed. They thought everything was fine. The couple got up to leave. And in see anyone else as they were leaving. About six AM the next morning. So December first two jockeys were riding their horses down the beach. They rode past summer too, man. But like John Lyons in his wife. They thought he was drunk sleeping off of bender. So they didn't think too much about it. However when they wrote back by a little later, they realize he hadn't moved. So they got closer to see if he was all right? Spoiler alert. He was not Quinton only at this time. John Lyons was actually back at the beach. He was with some friends for morning surf the jockeys and commotion caught his eye, and he immediately recognized the Somerton man as the man he and his wife had seen the evening before when they were taking a stroll down beach. He rush over to the scene and called the police. The first police officer arrived around six forty five AM examined the scene and found a half smoked cigarette that had fallen between the man's cheek and caller that there were no burns or blister marks on his body. The scene surrounding him wasn't disturbed as close weren't ruffled. Or shoveled basically, the officer determined there was no sign of violence at all address, urging the Somerton man's pockets. They found the unused train ticket with a destination of Henley beach. The bus ticket to Glynn hill to combs one made of aluminum in one of plastic a packet of juicy fruit to Ingram and a packet of cigarettes filled with the different brand of cigarettes than the container. That's interesting. Yeah. So basically, it was it was pretty typical for people back then to buy a box of expensive cigarettes keep the box and fill it with cheaper brand of cigarettes. However weirdly in this case heated. The exact opposite. He had a cheap box of cigarettes filled with more expensive brand. This was probably a sign of him trying to keep a low profile or maybe even trying to hide his wealth who okay, that's very interesting, y'all. The coroner ruled the time of the estimated around two m December. I that is considered a very rough estimate. Postmortem autopsy was done the following day. So December second interestingly, the Somerton man was considered to be a prime specimen by the corner. He was in peak physical condition. Berry strong any had smooth hands indicating he did not do much physical labor. His hands were also described as being enormous for his body size and has nails feet were described as being well cared for along with the great upper body yellow had unusually well developed calf muscles with a bulge near the knee the corners, this mitt he was a dancer of some sore most likely ballet, dancer, he was estimated to be about forty five years old one hundred seventy six pounds or eighty kilos. He was a Caucasian male and was missing eighteen teat, which wasn't uncommon at this time and other unusual thing about the Somerton man was that his spleen was about three times the size of a normal spleen. Now, this indicates a pre existing illness that would progressed over time at the time of debt. He was probably at a weakened state. There was no evidence of foul play. So they initially concluded it wasn't actual death. The police were not treating this as a murder at the beginning of this case on the tenth of December a decision was made to bomb the body because no one was coming for to identify him. Pretty soon the medical community or deviating from the natural death path of this case and looking into the possibility of an unnatural death. So basically murder exactly he had a healthy heart. So there was nothing suggesting his heart will just stop working the staff then bought it might be poison. So they sent off samples to get tested for poison. But the tests came back negative there. Still the possibility that are rare poison could have been used as it would have become undetectable from his body by the time. The doctors thought to check for this is still just speculation to this day is still. I'll never been proven or disproven that poison was used in his death. You may remember from earlier all the identifying markers on his clothing were removed. It was unclear if it was removed by the Somerton man or by someone else. The investigators went to the train station to see if they could find a clue there, which is how they found the suitcase that the Somerton man checked inside the bag. There was nothing of interest. However, the detectives could not find the ticket that showed the Somerton man had chick the bag as we've established. None of the clothes had any identifying markers except for three pieces of clothes found in the suitcase. One had keen K E eight in e another said keen K E A N and the third red t period. Keen K E A N E. What? Dr. Yeah, they're not very sure why all of these things have different names on them. However, it could be second hand, it could be he likes to spill his name different or you don't really know. So confusing. Yeah. It's very possible. Keen isn't even the name of the Somerton man at all. And that most believe it's not gleese think this was a false lead. The suitcase situation is strange because when police found his bag it was annot oct-, investigators conclude that whoever took the ticket went into the checked bag area and rummaged around inside the bag then placed it back for police to find at this point police have absolutely no clue what's going on for only know crucial evidence could have been lost during the time. They thought it was a natural death. As the vestich in continued the body started to decay. So a decision was made to create a cast of the body which is still around today. So what good would creating a caste of the body do like, why would you even do that? So the reason they would make a cast people were still coming in trying to identify this body. But there was no definitive answer on who. This man was however, the body was decaying it was going to look different anyways. So they created a caste. So that people could come in and identify the body, and it would still look the same does. Yeah. That makes a lot of sense. So there's really no reason besides identification. Yeah. During the casting process and April of nineteen forty nine a whole four and a half months after they've found the body. A crumpled piece of paper was found in his pants, which is where Tom should comes in this lanes back to a book of poetry Rubia of Oman Kayem with led to believe this was used for some sort of code. This book contains a translation of poems from Persian into English by Edward FitzGerald. The ruby. I was very much in vogue during this time at this time. The investigators began searching for the exact copy of the book that this piece of paper came from. So wait a second. Again. How did investigators miss this piece of paper the first time, and they searched his body. How come they're just now finding it. Yeah. I was wondering the exact same thing. So apparently his pants had like almost hidden pocket. Like what they used to put there. Pocket watches in back in the day. It was like it was in there. So far that the coroner had to have tweezers just to get it out. So honestly, I've no clue how he founded this time. That's crazy. He even put it back in and was like surging after he already knew or the pocket was and it took him a little while to find the pocket again. That's crazy. That makes me wonder if they would have gotten any farther with this case if they had found it earlier, or if it would still be pretty stale today. That's a good point. I don't know. Honestly. In July, nineteen forty nine a chemist by the name of John Freeman read about the search for this book. He remembered that his brother in law had left a copy of the ruby hot in the glove box of his car. A few months prior the car was a small Hillman minx for those who are interested Freeman found that the book was still in the quote box. And notice that the last page of the book had a quasi rectangular tear where the words Tom should should have been. The brother-in-law had some months ago found the robot on the floor in front of the back seat of the car and assumed it belonged to Freeman the car. The time was parked on jetty road Glen near the Pierre hotel Freeman and his brother-in-law recalled that the date. They initially found the book coincided approximately with the para field air display. This was a large event held on the outskirts of Adelaide on the twentieth of November nineteen forty eight only eleven days prior to the Somerton man being found dead upon receiving Freeman's copy of the Rubio what the authorities forensically analysed the paper in interior and determine the book as the exact source of the torn out Tomen should paper found in the Somerton man's pocket. Upon examining the book an officer noticed the back page contained faint writing this writing has been labelled as both indentations and faint pencil marks. It's still unclear which type of writing was used using ultraviolet light and array of seemingly nonsensical letters were seen on the back page of the book these nonsensical letters were thought of as a code many cryptographer have tried to crack this code. But it is yet to be broken. This is what leads most people to believe this cases related to spies or espionage. Ooh, your average day JAMES BOND. Exactly. So exciting. Another strange thing to note here is that a few weeks prior to the Somerton man being found another body turned up. What makes this interesting is that he had the Rubio ATT laying on his chest that this be a connection. Maybe another spy where they both blacklisted. And this was an assassin's calling card. These are some real tough questions. I know. And I wish we getting of the. Along with this code. There were two phone numbers. One belong to a Bank and one belong to just Thompson Thomson was a local nursing student who lived very close to where the Somerton man was found egging it seen like there was a different reason for the Somerton man to be there. The investigators went to her house to ask a few questions. She denied knowing the Somerton man, the when detectives asked about the book of poetry. She stated that it was her favourite book of poems, which surprised the investigators they asked if she owned a copy, and she said she did. But she gave it away turns out, she gave it to a military, man. She met in Sydney about four months back. His name was Alf Boxall the police lot perfect. Great this cases, basically solved outbox, Liz Somerton, man. But you guessed it. They were wrong. Alf was found alive and living in Sydney and still had a copy of the poetry book. They took Jessica to see the cast of the Somerton man after taking a look at it. She stared at the floor and only gave brief answers to the police when they asked questions she looked like she was about to faint showing all the signs of knowing exactly who the Somerton man was this case just keeps getting more interesting. I know there's just so much out there that goes along with it is almost crazy. Jessica was married and she had two children, a son, Robin and a daughter Kate now Robin was born I and just because has been was not the father. It's unknown who the father of Robin actually was, but some sped the father was the unidentified summer to man. Later, Kate just because youngest child would go on to say that her mother had a dark side. She would even go on record stating that her mother may have been a Russian spy just canoe Russian. But she would never tell Kate where she learned it just cut even once told Kate that the Somerton man was known by people much larger than the Australian government further continuing the spy theory. Just was probably the only person who could help solve this case. And she definitely knew more than she let on but she would never help out with the investigation. And basically that's where the investigation has remained. There's really no other governmental entity looking into the case any further. That's crazy. There's so much evidence in so many clues. But it never ties back to anything always leads to dead end. Which is crazy. However, they're still people out there and busting. Okay. There's one man in particular who's continued to investigate. And in fact, he's devoted his entire life. To this case doctor Derrick Abbott, a professor at the university of Adelaide has been continually requesting to dig up the Somerton man to get DNA. He believes that DNA is the key to cracking this case. And here's the crazy thing. Are you ready? He is currently married to Robin Thompson's granddaughter. Why that isn't twist? I was expect. It's so insane. They have eight children together they met because he was working on this case. And he followed Robbins bloodline down and found her, and she was helping him. But then they met in person and fell in love. Oh, gosh. That is love story. I think I've ever heard I know Dacia zone to each's own love it. We love love. But yet together they have h Sheldon. He believes that the Somerton man, and Jessica Thomson had a relationship together. And that Robyn was child which would make his wife. His great granddaughter. He believes that the enlarged spleen was a sign of a health issue. And that the Somerton man went to Adelaide to reconnect with Jessica before his death. Dr Abbott believes it was a natural death seems like a pretty plausible theory. If you asked me, it could be I'm still team spy but team spies fun. It is it could be a possibility though because he did have a really large spleen. So I could see it working out either way right team spy versus team natural death. Yeah. Interesting. Tell us what you are on our social media channels. As if you all weren't confused enough by this. They're even more details that didn't really fit into the story. So we're throwing them in right now for starters the coat that the summer to man was wearing when his body was found had a type of feather stitching within it. That was only done in America, this alone suggests that the Somerton man had either purchased the coat in America or bought it second hand off someone who had been to America. Okay. That's interesting. Yeah. Another auditable that we did mention in the story is that the Somerton man at carried to combs on his body. And one of these was an aluminum comb that would have been typically carried by Americans, not a stray liens. Additionally, his neckties have thrown people off for years the ties the Somerton man was wearing had shrimps running from the wears top right shoulder to lift hip. American ties post nineteen twenties were made the opposite way to British ties. And thus the stripes run in different directions the tie the Somerton man was wearing head stripes running in a typical American direction contrastingly out of the four ties in the suitcase to were striped and both in the British direction. The summer to man also has a curious die that seemed to be white in color. This was labeled t keen and was therefore probably second hand. Seeing people wear a white tie is fairly rare. And it is thus been speculated that the Somerton man was a member of an organization of some sort despite the Thai likely being second hand. Finally found on the Somerton man's body was Wrigley's juicy fruit flavored chewing gum. This flavor. Would have normally been chewed by American adults. A chewing gum habit was also more quintessentially an American adult convention and not an ustralian adult heaven. So what do you guys think murder? Natural death spy, you decide. All right, folks. That's it for this week as always if you wanna know more about this week's episode. Visit our website at WWW dot farside checks dot com. Also, we are on Facebook Instagram and Twitter at farside chats Mosey on over give us a like follow share in give us some inspiration for future episodes. And we'll catch you on the far side.

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