18 Burst results for "Kim philby"

"kim philby" Discussed on Spies of London

Spies of London

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"kim philby" Discussed on Spies of London

"It worth it for this small amount of money that they're offering because if you get in the wrong case the wrong project your life could be turned upside down. So that's my review of the book A Game of moles by Desmond Bristow and his son bill and I do recommend it. I thought That the material in here the people he knew are so fascinating and so well-covered everywhere else, but this was some genuinely New Perspectives for me, and I think it's definitely worth a read grab a hold of second-hand paperback if you can but don't expect a riveting read of the kind you would get from the professional. It's not in the league of Ben McIntire book. For example strongly recommended full facts about Tommy house and Kim philby that I hadn't seen anywhere else. So go to and we'll see you next time. Next episode will be back to a normal Spies of London episode. No more walks four thousand and no more book reviews for a few weeks. Thanks for listening. Please go to our website Spies of London, and sign up for news and read.

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The Necessity Of Working With Saudi Arabia

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:32 min | 1 year ago

The Necessity Of Working With Saudi Arabia

"Joy I want to come back to that thing about the necessity of doing business with Saudi Arabia. And yes I understand how the world works and the you need oil to make things go and so forth but put things changed dramatically in Saudi Arabia. If it reached a point at which the world the world would have its reasons decided to regard Saudi Arabia maybe now much is regarded South Africa in one thousand nine hundred eighty s and basically just said to lure unless you people get with the program. We're done with you well. That's very interesting. Theoretical question and that because of the sort of various Saudis playing golf with Off against the Qataris at the moment we do in fact have options as to what we do with Saudi Arabia and one of the reasons. The U K has got such deep relationship with Saudi Arabia is because the queen loves their horses and they love hers and so there is historic historic kind of relationship at the top that cannot be broken the other relationship offices with the US and Saudi Arabia because the first person to basic by up the we'll reserves and sell the rights that the US was Kim Philby's father Jack Philby. I think his name was so they've got this deep historic connection to this country. And so these these kind of friendships have been built up over very long time. And how do you upset them and they have the military firepower in that particular region if we ostracized them Well you know I think the oil price might just ostracize them. The coming of electricity as the alternative to oil might ostracize may just happen through economic terms. If we don't politically take are just have the ideas. It's up to other people to make them

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"kim philby" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"kim philby" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Our happy cartoon faces at the top of the homepage and you will see all the places where you can hear that podcast subscribe right is a little review while you're at it we were absolutely delighted to be able to snag the one and only Sebastian Cork I for one of our podcast here is a snippet of that interview check it out delighted to have with us on the phone today for this program Dr Sebastian Cork out welcome to our show thank you for being with us Lou Lou thank you for having a we wanted to start if we if you wouldn't mind because you have such a unique background in that your parents fled hungry after the anti Soviet uprising became citizens of the U. K. and then you eventually moved back to hungry wanted to know what prompted that move and then ultimately you're moved to the United States so just a little bit of background if you wouldn't mind you also might want to children will go through the soft on lots of your page go hungry when the communists took over my father tried tried to reduce the com if you are usually you know he was a bit fried by Kim Philby double agents in the U. K. he was arrested put in prison to life at the age of twenty and then as you said he was liberated from a communist political proven in the revolution by three fifty six with the seventeen year old daughter of a fellow prison might the escape across the mine fields into the west they became refugees we ended up in the UK but young girl became his wife and my mother would be for the right I was very much a Hungarian in the in the U. K. my folks like with tools will talk area then of course the war well at the end of the Cold War I spoke Hungarian English the company while the languages by the background in the the British military reserve so I decided to move to hungry to help former communist country that was now free find its way back into the west into NATO I work for the first three hundred elected conservative government in Hungary spent fifteen years that many Americans go at a conference we fell in love and we got married she gave me twelve years of her life and hungry we started a family but that.

"kim philby" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on Here & Now

"But I was also just, you know, also devastated, I was really we've been laughing. Yeah. But it's somebody who was forcing you to live ally. If you carry this through these aren't relations, you're having this became sexual assault. It's interesting you say that because there is a woman. Her name is Joyce short. And her whole mission is to get laws passed for sexual assault by deception or what's called rape by fraud. If you do not know what you're dealing with that's akin to some kind of sexual assault. You know, it's not a forcible rape. But it's. Some kind of brutality talk about the emotional. You know, the place where the heart lives the whole time. We feel this tug to until it's really too much to overlook because you had loved him. I did I did love him. Look, I was forty two years old. You know, I had run around the world. I had done what I needed to do. I thought. Okay. I've never really wanted to be married, but it's time. So I met this person. And he was this. Nice doctor. And I thought he's good. He's decent. He's kind. He's funny. He's charming, and he adored me that's all very enticing. And so when everything's spell apart. It was you know, unpleasant. The other thing is that I beat myself up because I didn't know which way was up. I was gas lit. I mean that is the term when someone tells you the sky is yellow and makes you think there's something wrong with you. Because you think it's blue. Yeah. You were incredibly gasoline at as were the people who knew some famous duper that you research the bridge. Intelligence. Asian Kim Philby. Who was a Russian spy deceived. His own family, Lance Armstrong who you've met who insisted. He wasn't doping far Lindbergh Charles Lindbergh had three families one here when the states two in Germany, and then a third mistress in Germany, but also people not well known you meet a man who fell in love with the woman at the office thought she was going to be leaving her husband. They went on vacations together with their combined families their children and was lying. The whole time seven years used recordings to play behind her. So that he would think that she was traveling for work or whatever when she wasn't. She was actually with her husband who she very much loved. What are we conclude here? Because at one point you are asking about the commander you in others are wondering is he bipolar. Is it psychopath is it sociopath? Narcissistic, you determine that there are these grand liars some of whom are sociopath. They don't care. Some who aren't they? They do kinda feel bad about what they're doing. What is it some people? Yes, they are psychopaths, and they don't have any empathy, and they don't care, and they just spend hails other people are just bored. And they're really smart. They want to see what they can get away with well that brings us to another chapter in your life because you have to start dating again. And as you say, you know, you meet a man, and you tell people everybody knows the commander story, and you meet a man at one point you say, well who would mess with me after hearing that well, he would you get duped again. I got I felt like an idiot. I'm not an idiot. It's it's not that. This was somebody else who I met who was sort of well known in New York, and I adored him. He told me he was separated from his wife, and and that they couldn't get divorced because of their daughter. I mean, we went away together with friends again, it was the same kind of thing. I mean, it didn't make sense. But that lasted a few months than I was out. I mean, I'm not I didn't need to stick around. I wanted to scream back at you as. I was reading. Bobby moron. No, no. I wanted to scream new. It's them. You talk about that. Why is it that we blame the wife Ruth made off? She wasn't the con, man. Her husband was we think of these people who do this make movies about them. And we exalt them. We say, wow, what a rascal. How funny look at catch me..

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"kim philby" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Amazon dot com and bookstores everywhere there are people like you and me and the public, you know, we're very similar. You don't care what people say about you. I don't I don't give a flying rip. What people say about me? It's all been set. There's nothing that hasn't been set. Well, let's because you stand up to them, right? Well, I have the ability to fight back. But I don't even waste my time. Half the time fighting back because there's too many other important issues to deal with you are driven with a passion to defend this country of passion, a love of a maga- making America, great, you, you know, since the first day, I knew you knew there was something different about you. That's very kind. There's a reason. And it's the first chapter of my book. It's my family background. My parents lived on the wrong side of the iron curtain, my parents as children lived through a fascist Nazi dictatorship. And then suffered through what the communist takeover of their country. Not only that my father the age of eighteen created a secret Christian student underground organization to to to resist the communists taker of his over of his country what happened he was betrayed from the west. A guy called Kim Philby. Look him up. One of the biggest traders of the twentieth century as a result. He was at the age of twenty arrested tortured by the secret police and then give. Given a life sentence two years in solitary two years in a prison coal mine. Only later to be liberated from a political prison by the Hungarian revolution. He made it to the west with a seventeen year old daughter of a fellow prison made through the minefield into a refugee camp. They were married, and those my parents, this is in my gene, people asking you. When did you become a conservative when when your parents have lived through that it's in your blood and as a result? I don't care what they say about me because as we said in the White House when when the worst attacks were coming we we had a motto you only take flack when you're over the target. Well, we're over the target. Taking all ton of flak. I'd spent an honor of mine over the last couple of years to get to know you and become your the book is so well written, and I gotta be honest. You won't put it down. And there's a lot that I'm learning about it. And I cover this stuff every day. And I appreciate that. You took the time to write it. I hope everyone will go to bookstores Amazon dot com. It's now in bookstores everywhere Hannity dot com. We have a big display on our website. It's called why we fight and defeating America's enemies with no apologies..

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"kim philby" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Amazon dot com and bookstores everywhere there are people like you and me and the public. I, you know, we're very similar. You don't care what people say about you. I don't I don't give a flying rip. What people say about me? It's all been set. There's nothing that hasn't been set. Well, that's because you stand up to them. Right. Well, then I have the ability to fight back. But I don't even waste my time. Half the time fighting back because there's too many other important issues to deal with you are driven with a passion to defend this country. A passion a love of mega making America. Great. You, you know, since the first day, I knew you, I knew there was something different about you. That's very kind. There's a reason. And it's the first chapter of my book. It's my family background. My parents lived on the wrong side of the curtain. My parents is children lived through a fascist Nazi dictatorship and then suffered through the communist takeover of their country. Not only that my father the age of eighteen created a secret Christian student underground organization to to resist the communist takeover his overs of his country. What happened he was betrayed from the west? A guy called Kim Philby. Look him up. One of the biggest traders of the twentieth century as a result. He was at the age of twenty. Arrested tortured by the secret police and given a life sentence two years in solitary two years than a prison coal mine. Only later to be liberated from a political prison by the Hungarian revolution. He made it to the west with a seventeen year old daughter of a fellow prison mate through the minefield into a refugee camp. They were married, and those are my parents, this is in my Jean people ask you when did you become a conservative when your parents have lived through that it's in your blood and as a result. I don't care what they say about me because as we said in the White House when it when the worst attacks were coming. We we had a motto you only take flack when you're over the target. Well, we're over the target all ton of flak. It's been an honor of mine over the last couple of years to get to know you and become your friend, the book is so well written, and I gotta be honest. You won't put it down. And there's a lot that I'm learning about it. And I cover this stuff every day. And I appreciate that. You took the time to write it. I hope. Everyone will go to bookstores Amazon dot com. It's now in bookstores everywhere Hannity dot com. We have a big display on our website. It's called why we fight and defeating America's enemies with no apologies. Dr. Sebastian Gorka, your good, man, sir. God bless you. The book is phenomenal. Thanks for being with us. God bless you. And your listeners show take a quick break. We'll come back at the top of the hour Carter page is going to be massive breaking news this week. There is a top ranking FBI official that is admitting the truth about what they were trying to do to Donald Trump. That'll be breaking this week. We'll get.

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"kim philby" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Amazon dot com and bookstores everywhere there are people like you and me in the public eye. You know, we're very similar. You don't care what people say about you. I don't I don't give a flying rip. What people say about? It's all been said, there's nothing that hasn't been said. Well, that's because up to them, right? I have the ability to fight back. But I don't even waste my time. Half the time fighting back because there's too many other important issues to deal with you are driven with a passion to defend this country. A passion a love of a mega making America. Great. You. Since the first day. I knew you I knew there was something different about you. That's very kind. There's a reason. And it's the first chapter of my book. It's my family background. My parents lived on the wrong side of the island. Couldn't my parents as children lived through a fascist Nazi dictatorship. And then suffered through what the communist takeover of their country. Not only that my father the age of eighteen created a secret Christian student underground organization to to to resist the communist takeover over over his country. What happened he was betrayed from the west? A guy called Kim Philby. Look him up. One of the biggest traders of the twentieth century as a result. He was at the age of twenty arrested tortured by the secret police and given a life sentence two years in solitary two years down a prison coal mine. Only later to be liberated from a political prison by the Hungarian revolution. He made it to the west with a seventeen year old daughter of a fellow prison mate through the mind. Field into a refugee camp. They were married and those on my parents visited my Jean people ask me when did you become a conservative when your parents have lived through that it's in your blood and as a result. I don't care what they say about me because as we said in the White House when it when the worst attacks coming we we had a Malta you only take flack when you're over the target. Well, we're over the target a lot all ton of flak. I'd spent an honor of mine over the last couple of years to get to know you and become your fun. The book is so written. And I gotta be honest. You won't put it down. And there's a lot that I'm learning about it. And I cover this stuff every day. And I appreciate that. You took the time.

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"kim philby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Father of kim philby who by that time was no longer a colonial agent and kim philby was one of the cambridge fives pass yes was his son and so the father converted to islam became one of king abdulaziz even the king at the time the king of saudi arabia he became one of these advisers oh wow so they had a man in the top honey was pretty much in favor of exploration he's the man who basically you know midwifed the the agreement so what was the economy pre oil tourism i guess to go to mecca and that's one of the key features of saudi arabia comes to influence in the air in the middle east is that mecca is there right that's a that was one of the main sources of revenue yes taxiing the taxing the pilgrims taxi pilgrimage was was one of the main was the main source of revenue of the saudi kingdom before nineteen thirtythree and and they were try to grow things desert agriculture anymore husbandry arabia was renowned for its horses for instance eight partying on the coast the pearl industry collapsed pearl industry yeah the pearl industry collapsed in the nineteen thirties when the when the japanese invented cultured pearls and so right before oil that was convenient so what happened oil shows up and how did they deal with it how did that affect the culture i read that the saudis got wasteful and extravagant reddaway well a handful of them might have become wasteful and extravagant and that that's the you know the the rule elite most of saudi arabia experienced arlene a very different manner and i would say they experienced are through their relationship with infrastructure in bachelor huge sort of us like suburbs were built a little bit everywhere massive highways and the whole country went on a consumption drive that basically you know favored an all car economy or all car urbanism to organize the space right on down the line of joy riders i mean they fit in very nice joy writers feature in saudi experience cars and drive him to death in the desert in the cities in the city driving the city's because you have massive highways four lane by four lane that basically allow you to drive you know two hundred and forty kilometers per hour that is one hundred and sixty miles per hour we need a movie about that starring tom tom cruise i guess i'd be fun to see all right i don't want to ask you another question before the break because it's only forty five seconds and we're going to get some news we're gonna get some weather and we're going to bring you know get more modern as we take a look at the place in the middle east of saudi arabia the influence it exerts and we're we're kind of post discovery of oil now that was an event in nineteen seventythree and a boycott that was the seventy nine islamic revolution which was huge and there's the iran iraq war which affected him a lot we'll get into all that oh yes the grand mosque seizure in mecca by some extremists was a big event as well good for you to know all this stuff by the way if you're a watcher of tv there's this pbs special two parts i recommend it is called saudi arabia and iran bitter rivals i watch it a bunch busy cbs news update former massachusetts governor mitt romney has won the republican senate primary in utah we believe the government to live within its means like we do here in utah we also welcome immigrants and refugees who come here legally tally of our great country in south carolina governor henry mcmaster is one the gop runoff and we'll be up for reelection in november he'd been in a tight race until president trump rallied supporters to get out the vote for mcmaster cbs's leonard steinhorn donald trump is basically saying to republicans the following if you support me if you stand by my side i will go all out on your behalf but the many across me that's not gonna target you're being new york congressman joseph crowley widely expected to be the next democratic leader in the house loss to political newcomer alexandria cossio cortez cbs news.

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"kim philby" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on WTMA

"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show it's a great pleasure to welcome my colleague lisa smith writing most recently at real clear investigations asking how much do you know about joseph myths sued the maltese professor the name strikes abell mif suv just have masud is said to be the professor who's conversation with george popadopoulos in the winter of twenty sixteen lead to the intelligence counterintelligence investigation by the fbi and perhaps other assets into the possibility that the trump campaign was colluding with the kremlin or was a target of kremlin agents or in some fashion was being enticed to come within the kremlin orbit during the summer of sixteen so goes the allegation the kremlin could do it's bad acting and corrupt democracy and change the fate of the united states by making donald trump and not hillary clin entin president that's the grand scheme but we're going to concentrate on joseph miss sued because lee smith introduces us in a new investigation with lots of loose threats that's the excitement of doing intelligence and counterintelligence you don't tie it up years go by you learn things such as the cambridge five from the nineteen thirties forties and fifties we're still learning about donald maclean and kim philby so this will go on for decades but right now we have loose threads to lay.

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"kim philby" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"A couple of close shaves i mean moments when his suitcase with documents opened an apartment a policeman help i enjoyed that scene a lot andrew and another time where he was arrested because he was suspected of being a a thief burglar and let off when they realised ruining documents in his suitcase not not to tools so he he lived pretty close to the edge but that's what gave him a cake i mean i think it was it was adrenaline junkie and you know he loved this living on the edge y you know he was so flamboyant about his homosexuality is a time when many people like john gielgud were being sent to prison the activity in nineteen forty eight is about the far east department in other words burgess is right at the center of when a great britain forms it's policy towards the nascent people's republic of china then we plunge into the matter well andrew mentioned phenomena that is a detailed way of saying that signals intelligence had broken a soviet code from nine hundred forty four and allowed them to see a couple of codenames and they could work backward words as to who they were pointing chiefly donald mclean but the cambridge five or all now at risk we need to go to a couple of nervous breakdowns that are happening not only to burgess but donald maclean they're all cracking up at this point and philby kim philby who is outside of a lot of this because he's now six having been recruited out of the times kim philby acts like a big brother to burgess i suppose he does to mclean is well did burgess resent philby i couldn't tell about their relationship andrew no they were very close we're great friends and philby needed to keep it on burgess.

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"kim philby" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on WGTK

"That's a great question thank you john so yeah you you summarized my book defeating jihad very well defeating jihad the winnable bought war from regulatory a check it out it's a new york times bestseller the thanks to the good lord and i have a very simple message in that i grew up the child of people who live under dictatorship my my parents with children when the nazis took over hungary then they live through the communist takeover of that beautiful country my father was betrayed as an anticommunist by none other than kim philby and then was given a life sentence at the age of twenty four his resistance to the communists only to be liberated from political prison six years later and that family background gave me a take on the jihadi threat jihadis are just a new type totalitarian they there's a connective tissue between the nazis of world war two between the communist of the cold war and the groups we have suffered from such as alqaeda an isis in recent years and my argument is it's just another form of totalitarianism we need to delegitimize them message as just how the great ronald reagan margaret thatcher and blessed saint john paul the second undermined the ideology of jihad at the end of the cold war now how does that apply domestically john you've raised a superb question yeah it's about the truth of the same kind of concepts apply the left are out of control the radical left that that says a man and a woman that's just a subjective opinion and your teenage son can take showers with your teenage daughter at school that's the insanity of modern multicultural and post modern relativism and.

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"kim philby" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Bucks the show is called coach down solvable i tell you what our team name is but that will get me kicked off the radio said that side uh it's an impressive show based on the iraqi horror pictures uh shell um so uh where do i had to get uh call i'm not even gonna steps to south africa things because un no no y whatever whatever happens i backed africanamerican 100 in kansas up these are in african americans still dragging exactly exactly max come on okay is is coming a you know we keep hannett right here so come out yeah now i got two things to say as i have no no no no i got to say about the number one number one while our american so kim philby why what does that have to do with south africa he's run the bushmeat eleven feel i'm gonna talk about what i've really calls the fox uh what are you good yeah that has used oh oh i could ever fifty for poland i still want to touch it no here's why i riddick called though in in all states those guys um i love this show i do but there's something that is said every week on this show that i have to disagree with others the context is something that i have to disagree with every week when somebody brings up uh hair twit later um eric decided to say but he's still fit and we're all becoming more stupid talking about the still visible or something to that effect here's the thing yes he's stupid but yes he's oh damn country now weekends look at that idea that the man is just stupid and ignore that's one way of handling things but i'd rather not have an idiot run wild in the house seconds holes this country i'd rather be able to do something about it or get out in protest or do some sitting then sit on my hands and feet and hands and traders and sit on my to us and just say well he's stupid oh well this is a dangerous dangerous man he wants to dangerous dangerous thing for this country and if we bill rise and do something about it what's done vase stated yesterday no they said earlier this week yes we lose this upcoming election you can say goodbye to our normal american way.

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"kim philby" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Dot dodgy dossier one must commend this attempt for the to account for the aguiae agonizing paradoxes of the stalinist state one of which was building a legal structure yet torturing and executing innocent civilians guess that's quite a paradox isn't it you set up a legal structure and at the same time you torture and execute innocent civilians to introduce students to the stalin era can be frustrating task to convey the terror and excitement of the period uh what the excitement the excitement i made was it would i guess it was exciting if you were torturing some body it might have been if you like into that or if you're walter durante yep such accounts however she writes fail to explain the excesses of the stalin era x it's also known as genocide heat stalin killed more people than adolf hitler which he talk about the excesses of the nazi era in germany by the way around the time that she was hired by fusion gps to work on the dossier in may of 2016 no your applied for a ham radio operators license huh i am rate how very cold war of her paging kim philby the 80s called and they want their foreign policy back nelly your we had a tweet this story out we'll do it i'm.

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"kim philby" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on WLOB

"The manuscript because i'm going through i'm finding out what i'm what i'm saying stuff you know i'm actually doing the audio books i'm doing all the audio book myself with all the characters and everything was pretty cool um not good example right now i might with his gustav gustaf looked like this loosed off his german and gustav to others but he's a bigger big girl figure in the book but that's that's one of the characters there uh i need the i need kim johnnie kim so hot you know maybe i can go in and reedit maybe she'll be in the next one because the next when i don't wanna give you the going with the next one is about china so maybe we'll have to bring in kim so anyway was going with us you'll be available for aliens maybe she'll be voting in anyway so i'm i'm still into this in this spy modes i'm learning everthing again about s the spy business so i'm watching this documentary last night i think it was done in 2013 on kim philby kim philby worked for mi five which is arc willing to the fbi and then he got transferred over the mi six which is our quibble the cia that's james bond is a my six and this guy from the get go i mean before he ever got in the air from like nineteen thirty nine he eventually defected to the soviet union 1963 but for all of that time and they suspected them to even brought him and interrogated them that's what was going to tell you about the lying thing they suspect of being a soviet agent and so oh they never they never got him a end up when they were closing in on him when he was the.

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"kim philby" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Both one levin really the queen wearing new by near eighty being pain jerian late soon in late two route paying says dumbbell came film mine new thirdly truth koa i guess liam payne katie been pain late soon in only suit donald gravel god pain god can scarcely kim philby lumped klein new big joe i guess through gun go mobile my right leg goods go of your man hold and punching people say cartilage but up guarded we deserved represents the path painters are they impostors lobby boehner where my friday comedies this is the middle hold was been.

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"kim philby" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"In england so my my parents grew up in budapest in hungary uh i must have lived through the nazi occupation of hungary at the end of two uh and the communist takeover my father resisted the company stake of that as a result of being betrayed by kim philby the british double agent he was arrested tortured and at the age of twenty given a life sentence in a communist prison a father with trade by kim philby yes that's amazing i can't believe i haven't heard that before he created a secret uh catholic students organization that on the ground organization to to resist the company's takeover uh unfortunately uh the reports from that organisation grouping center mi six on the person at the end of the reporting shane was not out of some kim philby one of the greatest traders of western civilization of the law century so question out out he didn't allow my father to run his uh sell for about six months and then betrayed them through the secret police and uh he uh we'll see prison torture and then uh liberated by the freedom fighters in my in fifty six major doubts of the west with the seventeen year old daughter the federal prison inmates they ended up in the uk uh what married and uh i'm i'm the result of uh well not union on day grew up in the west london speaking i'm gary that is so i'm so glad i asked you that i love it's important when people here it's important to hear people stories you not just a person with this point of view witted you where will you shaped the fact that you're that you're father suffered horribly under communism you know what these ideologies are my parents suffered as well in the crucible of world war two my mother grew up in east germany and left in nineteen fifty one because she was in high school and they were they were forcing this horrible soviet propaganda on her and it's it's it's one of the main reasons that she left he escaped she was 17 years old my father had has his own story but it's important to know that people have lived through these things and it shapes them and you have earned the right to be heard you have grown up with people who understand that there is real evil in the world and that to me is the.

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"kim philby" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"We'll get the story is that india's foreign minister is due to meet with her today to discuss delivering humanitarian aid in this is of course in the context of as you mentioned her office saw her government actually blaming foreign injia workers four fermenting the violence which it which is it's one of the first news of a regime doing something disreputable de blamed foreign ngos the next move if i haven't dumdum readies of course to blame the foreign media and then my blame local journalistic petritz at cheriton vicky them axime bad new led exactly blame fund media but that fan restricted access to the reckless that to them said that steps payments amounting to that this is being pretty critical of them and and not letting them in and the fact that the indonesian premise there is also a is going to be going to bangladesh after and one of the issues he as well as myanmar's attitude of course but also bangladesh at growing reluctance to lettering as in because over the last week any weak only and about ninety thousand got have fled from across the border moving finally and briefly along to the south china morning post this is an interesting story which which takes a while to get a point daytona it did tell me a lot i did not know about kim philby and his father had lung united nickerson which is a side plot that possibly doesn't really help us all that much though i'm now glad i know that but but this is a suggestion that the saudi arabia and its relationship with the united states at the not it's not sitting concrete and that saudi could perhaps uh and for your obese enough reasons find it so tilting toward china long acclaimed switch allegiance to and the rising power of its time which his time at the moment this three arguments that the author and columnist tom holland puts forward which his they've had going twice in a lead of economic atm promises investment promises of a depess here and they have uh been talking about china buying up some of the countries very big.

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"kim philby" Discussed on The Morning Breath

The Morning Breath

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"kim philby" Discussed on The Morning Breath

"Kim philby just be outside of address fit enough how long does it last who are going to want to say so what's your guys plan for us what's everyone was until four what's everyone on plenty do how should i experienced this without hurting my eyes are it starts at one seventeen pm and ends a 404 peak is 245 okay good so at a very high blackout that's pretty gravy that's very cool tech crunch is going to be live streaming it so you have to cover up the because he won't know not to look okay marcos dogs sitting i don't know if she's responsible enough she's watching so get salvage you're not supposed to be outside you can get severe burns burns we i'm literally scheduled to be outside i'd like to forty five the peak i'm just gonna be running into a cab i don't think in new york is going to live stream it so you could do that ravaged by one experience it everyone's talking about it okay i'm gonna sarah that can make your own safety glasses with like oh god giving me jobs at dasa okay everyone the time has come at game of thrones recap vicious so it's so exciting but i mean jackie we agree like it was an amazing episode i really refused to see passed a lot of the inconsistencies who first thing we talking about the episode in italy's okay starting it off with the magnificent seven catching up on alltimes beyond the wall was just so cute yeah the only conversation that i wish that they had also had was between john and the hound talking about aria because he took care of her for like two years yeah that's true so like but fuck ari i'm done with her seriously area out of control who's out of control with the knife no like either killers his or her joan but also you know what's interesting before we went into the episode i was actually thinking about can argue take the face of anyone or do they have to be dead already and then we learned tonight that she literally has the skin and that's what she was learning washing the body's member in bravo's yeah like that's where the skin them alive so here's what i was also always you she had to kill while defraying honored.

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