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"lithuanian government" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

01:38 min | 14 hrs ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"Us. Everyone cannot go out. You cannot see. We just ask for a freedom and we didn't have the answer. What will happen to us. What's our feature roy. We are seeking here at this place. Asylum-seekers here also told me that a recent visit by a luthuania and member of parliament just made things worse off. The parliamentarian can be heard angrily venting at some of the men being for you. You have dangerous yet but the well of sympathy has not run dry in thuwaini ena ever chiller is a project manager for the catholic aid organisation caritas in a storeroom next to an imposing white church near the belorussian border. She sought through piles of banks of full of donated clothes of my country. Really sometimes i want to ask some questions because you know for us for three million is. It's not difficult to take about. Four thousand it's one school not not not not once. Maybe just you what's happened. The lithuanian government has announced. It will complete the wire fence on. Its border with belarus. Next year laws have been passed to allow mass detention rapid processing asylum and claims an expedited deportation agreements. Meanwhile for the young guy from somalia is far from shore. What comes next for him. When i asked him about the political spat between the three new in belarus. And how he feels caught in the middle is what.

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

05:14 min | 2 months ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on PRI's The World

"The future for a major obama era immigration policy is now endowed daca deferred action for childhood arrivals protect certain undocumented immigrants from deportation people who came to the us children it also provides them with a work permit but last week a federal judge in texas rule that the program is unconstitutional. The world's monica campbell's here to tell us what this means for people in the program and what this means for the administration of joe biden meeting his immigration campaign promises. Monica first of all. Who does this ruling effect and not effect at least for now. This ruling affects anybody who wants to be a part of the program and that's tens of thousands of people who have applied to be in the daca program since the start of the year more or less and it does not affect immediately at least people who are currently in the program or her looking to renew their status within the program. So you can turn in your application but immigration officials are blocked from moving forward on it. Who exactly wants to end the daca program. Monica people who are against offering any sort of path citizenship offering a larger reform to the millions of undocumented people in the united states that they see this as kind of opening the door and not just two people here in the us but perhaps to the world that this will signal that more people can come into the united states and eventually get papers. This is seen as kind of a slippery slope test. Daca has long been that the support for that remain strong and powerful especially in places like texas and a lot of other republican led states. That support this court ruling so the administration is expected to appeal but after that. What are the possible scenarios. I mean could this go to the supreme court has daca has in the past. It absolutely could and i spoke to people who have been defending daca at the supreme court out the table. They are offering some blunt truth. They're saying that. This judge in texas the district court. Judge texas's is ruling. Could very well pass all the way up to the supreme court and that we know that the supreme court is a more conservative. One right now. I spoke with louis. Cortes romero he is one of the immigration lawyers. Who's been right up in front defending daca. He's in seattle. He said that he is now really looking for a more permanent. Fix hoping that congress can step in and try and rescue the program. We know that collectively we can move mountains and make things happen and we've done it in the past and we just need to make sure that we stick together so that we can do it now and what they're banking on right now is that congress will step and perhaps through the budget reconciliation process. And that you may see a pathway to citizenship in a more permanent fix for dhaka and perhaps other undocumented immigrants rolled into that process and we'll see very unsure uncertain process. Ed right as you said that may happen. So what have you heard from. People most affected by the latest news. People who want in the daca program are they expressing concern about what this could suggest more widely about how biden will deal with what many see as a broken immigration system. There's a ton of concern. We spoke with one young woman in virginia. She's nineteen years old carla margallo dorado and she applied for the daca program about six months ago. She's originally from. Bolivia came to the united states when she was two years old now. Her future in the us is uncertain. The florist dropping out with a chance for papers the chance to work to be eligible for in state tuition loans in a country that she's been in for most of her life. Try to step into our shoes because we are really hired emotionally from from working so hard all the time and having to justify our existence having just by our livelihood. It's hard yeah. I also spoke with people hoping for dhaka who have. Us citizen children. Many of the people were talking about are in their twenties and well into their thirties. They want change. So there'll be a lot of organizing around this especially considering it was part of biden's campaign promise the world's immigration editor monica campbell. Thanks very much for this. Update you're welcome. Lithuania one of the baltic states is seen sudden increase of migrants from iraq. The lithuanian government wants baghdad. To do something about this. But it's not as simple as iraq changing its migration policies. The influx of iraqi migrants has a lot to do with a dispute between. Lithuania is next door neighbour. Belarus and the european union. Bellarusse is accused of sending iraqi migrants into europe as a form of political payback reporter. Rebecca callard report from northern iraq about the people caught in the middle of a political spat in europe in his barber shop in the sem camp in northern iraq. Suba dune has a steady stream of customers. He trims beards and cuts hair for the displaced. Disease live here but in the past two months. He's been hearing about something new from his clientele of mostly young men tomorrow but a rooster. They've been talking about belarus. The eastern european country now eu sanctions over human rights abuses yet puska. But then in.

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 4 months ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on WTOP

"6 12 now on double D. T o P international outrage after a passenger plane was forced to land in Belarus. To arrest a journalist who's critical of that government. It's part of a growing movement by the country's authoritarian leader to round up those opposed to his rule. His rules lasted more than 25 years Now, European Union leaders have agreed on new sanctions against Belarus, and they're demanding the immediate release of the journalists. A little earlier. We spoke with W T o p national security correspondent J. J Green to get all the details. This is an extraordinarily complicated situation, but it's also just Shocking to people that essentially this aircraft was hijacked. The Belarusian authorities essentially told the pilots of this plane there was a bomb on board. There was no bomb. They then escorted to this plane to the ground with the military jet, And then they took a passenger off the plane along with his entourage, girlfriend and family. His name is Roman pro, too savage. And he was essentially jailed. He's detained and this is a situation where authorities are saying, Hey, you broke the law. This is illegal, and this is something that you can't not be allowed to do. And so they've asked for help in preventing this, And by the way, this may be a situation where Alexander Lukashenko, who is the leader of Belarus, may have overstepped and gotten the attention of the world that could end up having him removed some way one way or the other from power. Well, In fact, a number of countries you're calling for NATO to take action. Here. It changes What authority does NATO have and what kind of action could it possibly take their 30? NATO countries. Greece and Lithuania are both members of that alliance. NATO has something that's called Article five. And that is if one country is attacked by a foreign power or foreign entity or an enemy. They all are attacked. And they all follow through to help that country in this particular case that request runs right through Washington and every other NATO country. And so this wouldn't essentially mean that NATO could attack Belarus. Not likely that they would do that, but they certainly be within the NATO charter to do that, Considering that Lithuania is calling this the hijacking. Some are calling it terrorism in the Lithuanian government, so there is a mandate. Here for NATO to take some kind of action. That's nobody. T OBY national security correspondent J. J Green.

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:21 min | 6 months ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on KCRW

"Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But officials across the country have reported issues with both pieces of software. For NPR news. I'm English. Chen. In Texas, A massive natural gas fire north of Houston has injured seven utility workers, one of them critically. A nearby residents says she heard the explosion by kept hearing kind of a low boom sound. So we went out back and looked down and saw the flames and I got nervous. So I told my husband let's get in the car and leave, officials say a cable company working in the area struck a natural gas line, and a utility crew called in to repair it hit another line and both exploded. This is NPR. Security forces in me and Mart fired tear gas and stun grenades at Auntie Khoo protesters in several cities today more than 50 demonstrators have been killed over the past week. Turning to Eastern Europe, where the Lithuanian government has firmly rejected a request by Belarus to extradite exiled opposition leaders Yet Lana Tikhonov, ska Teri Schultz reports the Belarus Ian regime wants to put her on trial. We would rather see hell freeze over, Foreign Minister Gabrielli Aslan's burgers, told the Belarussian prosecutor's office. Then think about the demands that speech at Lana's sick enough ski up. He sent back to Belarus to face charges of committing crimes against the state and disrupting public order. Seeking Husky fled to Lithuania last year in the wake of Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko's harsh crackdown on opposition activists. Following disputed government elections. Lukashenko imprisoned her husband ahead of the vote, so she took his place to challenge the hardline ruler on the ballot. Saganowski as supporters say she won the vote. But the situation became too dangerous for her and her Children to stay in Belarus for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz. Iraq's prime minister has declared March 6th a national day of tolerance and co existence after Pope Francis met with Iraq's top Shiite cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali al has Sistani. In the job today, The pontiff also joined a gathering at the traditional birthplace of Abraham, revered by Christians, Muslims and Jews. I'm Barbara Klein..

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:56 min | 6 months ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"$150,000 or less. Annually under the bill. Now Democrats face a daunting deadline to approve Biden's $1.9 trillion plan before additional benefits expire on March 14. Clotting. De salis. NPR NEWS Washington The president's code relief plan also includes money for vaccines the military is helping with efforts to get Americans vaccinated. Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby says the Department of Defense has sent 35 teams to community vaccination centers in several locations. Currently we're supporting 15 state led federally supported community vaccination centers in six states. California, Texas, New York. Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the U. S Virgin Islands, he says. In the coming weeks, teams will also be sent to Illinois, North Carolina, Ohio and Georgia. Researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta say that mask mandates can slow covert 19 case and death rates well. Restaurant dining can speed them up from member station W. Abie Sam Whitehead reports. CDC researchers found Mask mandates started to slow covert 19 case and death rates within 20 days of implementation, opening up on site dining, sped up those rates in his little as 41 days. Dr Rochelle Wolinsky leads the CDC. This report is a critical reminder that with the current levels of covert 19 in communities and the continued spread of more transmissible virus variants. Strictly followed prevention measures remains essential for putting an end to this pandemic. This week, President Biden criticized states like Texas for its plans to roll back covert restrictions, even as U. S viral transmission levels remain high. For NPR News. I'm Sam Whitehead in Atlanta. This is NPR news. The Justice Department said Friday that anti virus software entrepreneur John McAfee has been indicted on fraud charges. He's accused along with an advisor of lying to investors about the emerging crypto currency market, collecting more than $13 million. The charges were brought in Manhattan Federal court. McAfee is being detained in Spain on tax evasion charges. Lithuanian government has firmly rejected a request by the regime in Belarus to return opposition leaders fit Lonny Tikhonov ska who has been living in exile. Teri Schultz reports. We would rather see hell freeze over, Foreign Minister Gabrielli. Aslan's burgers, told the Belarussian prosecutor's office. Then think about the demands that spirit wanna see Karnowski up. He sent back to Belarus to face charges of committing crimes against the state and disrupting public order. Seeking Husky fled to Lithuania last year in the wake of Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko's harsh crackdown on opposition activists. Following disputed government elections. Lukashenko imprisoned her husband ahead of the vote, so she took his place to challenge the hardline ruler on the ballot. Saganowski as supporters say she won the vote. But the situation became too dangerous for her and her Children to stay in Belarus for NPR News. I'm Teri Schultz, ma'am are special envoy to the United Nations urged the Security Council Friday. To take action against the military leaders that seize control of the country. February 1st the U. N estimates that at least 50 people have been killed in protests against the coup. I'm nor Iran NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Lang Law Foundation, supporting justice, Equity and Opportunity for all people to foster and sustains safe and healthy communities. Learn more at lingua, the data work and the listeners who support this NPR station. Thank you. This is forum. I mean, it came. You may not be thinking much about your clothes these days. But Elizabeth see grin. A senior staff writer at fast Company says the fashion industry certainly is Will the work from home said ditch their sweat pants when the pandemic is over, for example, and will people really want to dress up again or has fashioned permanently shifted, as it often does in response? Two Extraordinary times. Elizabeth Stephen, Welcome to Forum. Thank you so much for having me. I want to start by sharing a tweet we got when we asked listeners yesterday what item of clothing has been getting them through the pandemic? This is from Brendan, who tweets. I have informal and formal sweat pants now for staying in or going to the grocery store, respectively. The formal ones are black. That's the difference is certainly I like the street because certainly sales and searches For sweat pants spike this year whether you were lucky enough to work from home or even reported regularly to a job because days off were often spent at home and people were craving comfort, right? Absolutely. There were two Big Texas a categories of clothes that people tended to invest in. Ah lot of lounge wear sweat pants. I'm sort of on the other side of this. I was really into wearing very comfortable, glorified versions of of nightgowns. Basically, there's a whole trend now. Around address called the Nap dress so comfortable that you're you're able to do a zoom calling and immediately go into your afternoon nap on DSA. Really? It seems like comfort is he regardless of what aesthetic you're going for, And it makes sense, because as you right, it's not the first time that during moments of crisis fashion pivots To meet the needs of the moment. Absolutely. I mean in more broadly over the last 100 years, the story of fashion has been a story of casualization. As a society. We've sort of made the collective decision that we're done with a formal, uncomfortable clothes, and we're form or interested in wearing clothes that allow us to do what we need to do and and feel comfortable in on. But interesting is that moments of crisis have accelerated this ship's two words. More casual clothing. So in World War one, for instance, women previously had been wearing gowns that they would change in and out of throughout the day, and during World War one. They decided that that was too complicated. They were just going to stick to one dress on their dress started to have pockets in it, which was a big development in women's fashion. Then after World War, two women started wearing trousers, which was another shift in casualization on De so moments of crisis tend to propel us further into this this casual aesthetic, and I think we're seeing the same thing happened now with this this pandemic. So then, does that mean that this pandemic will make us even more casual afterward, meaning sweat pants will become what genes were, for example, in the before times I think that that is is going to happen. But I do have a caveat, though, which is that during moments of crisis, we tend to wear clothes, uh, to meet the moment. As you said on day. I think that what generally happens is that after that period, people start, um wanting T O do something very different, right? So after, um in the 19 twenties after the first World War and the previous pandemic There was the roaring twenties. And there were these flapper dresses on Ben after World War two where women in particular were wearing very sort of masculine eyes. Clothing. There was this new look that came out developed by Christian Dior were which was very feminized. And so I think after the crisis, there's this brief period where people are just really sick of being forced to wear a particular type of garment, and they go in the opposite direction. But that's not the whole story..

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Democrats face a daunting deadline to approve. Biden's one point nine trillion dollar plan before additional benefits expire on march. Fourteen claudia decided this. Npr news washington. The president's co would relief plan also includes money for vaccines. The military is helping with efforts to get americans vaccinated pentagon press secretary. John kirby says the department of defense has sent thirty five teams to community vaccination centers in several locations. Currently we are supporting fifteen. State-led federally supported community vaccination centers in six states california texas new york florida pennsylvania new jersey. And the us virgin islands. He says in the coming weeks teams will also be sent to carolina ohio and georgia researchers at the centers for disease control and prevention in atlanta. Say that mask. Mandates can slow cove nineteen case and death rates. Well restaurant dining can speed them up from member station w. a. b. same whitehead reports. Cdc researchers found mask mandates started to slow covid nineteen case and death rates within twenty days of implementation opening up onsite dining sped up those rates in as little as forty one days doctorate. Rochelle will linski leads. The cdc report of the critical reminder with the current levels of ovid nineteen in communities and the continued spread of more transmissible virus variance. Strictly followed prevention measures remains essential for putting an end to this pandemic this week. President biden criticized states like texas for its plans to roll back covid restrictions even as us viral transmission levels remain high for npr news. I'm sam whitehead in atlanta. This is npr news. The justice department said friday. That antivirus software entrepreneur. John mcafee has been indicted on fraud charges. He's accused along with an adviser of lying to investors about the emerging crypto currency market. Collect a more than thirteen million dollars. The charges were brought in manhattan. Federal court mcafee is being detained in spain on tax evasion charges. The lithuanian government has firmly rejected a request by the regime in belarus to opposition leaders. Felt lonnie tika ska. Who's been living in exile teri schultz reports. We would rather see hell freeze over foreign minister. Gabrieli s lens burgers told the belorussian prosecutor's office. Then think about the demands that lana economics kia be sent back to belarus to face charges of committing crimes against the state and disrupting public order seeking ski a fled to lithuania less year. In the wake of belarusian president alexander lukashenko's harsh crackdown on opposition activists following disputed government elections. The kushenko imprisoned her husband ahead of the vote so she took his place to challenge the hardline. Ruler on the ballot soukhanov has supporter say. She won the vote but the situation became too dangerous for her and her children to stay in belarus for npr news. I'm teri schultz myanmar's special envoy. The united nations urged the security council. Friday to take action against the military leaders that seize control of the country february i the estimates that at least fifty people have been killed in protests against the coup. I'm nora raum npr news..

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

03:49 min | 11 months ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

"They haven't matured much from the Soviet ideology that they lived under because their tactics are not that dissimilar. So so the latest went now to my mind the the the item that way it is is going to be the best for the Holocaust Museum to display is this Grand medal given by the Lithuanian government to offer he service and he service to the stage included murdering. 14,500 Jews one at a time. Men women children babies the elderly the sick the disabled the the mentally disabled the doctors the scientists the the mothers grandmothers noreika murdered one 14,500. Of his own citizens simply because they were Jews and this was part of the service to the state and his awards were for the service to the state home. So You know fundamental to a maturing Society is an education about the history and the mistakes of a state wage. It's clear that the stage doesn't believe that murdering. 14,500 Jews was an error because despite all of the evidence. We've provided to them they continue to honor him and just revise the facts and then they go on at the UN and the Embassy in Washington DC and all their other embassies to complain that other countries Tulsa fi history. You know, this is an object lesson for the rest of the world in how a country song has escaped Soviet mentality. But then reinforced it and built upon it even further. Well, I mean maybe a better way of putting it as they've they've escaped Soviet occupation but embraced Soviet mentality. Yes, that's a very good way of putting that that seems to make sense to me. Well, that's that's extraordinary. So if you are interested in learning more about this as Grant had and we have a release on our website, which is available at Israel USA and you can learn more about the story and of course as always if you need to learn more about our efforts to combat Holocaust Distortion and denial in Europe, you can visit Israel usa.org.

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

03:44 min | 11 months ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

"Wage history policy is but for those that believe it This is all well Ian propaganda. and this is how a current government manipulates a current population and yes, so I was going to say so last week. We spoke about America and how it was his birthday and that the Lithuanian government had put out a some sort of document or pamphlet celebrating his uh actions saving the Jews and I think this is why the announcement from last night was so important because I'm actually reference to this archived which was given by Noriko Zone granddaughter Sylvia foti and tell us off. I don't want to speak for for you. But tell us why is archived is so important what what was in it? And what does the archive indicate and why is it value? Well the archive the archive contains so many of his so much of his own writing sure. But but before we even get into what the archive contains let's talk about why the archive had to be conveyed to the US federal government for protection wife. Sylvia didn't feel safe in keeping possession of it and why I wouldn't have felt safe in keeping possession of it. So it wasn't just bought a Goodwill donation, you know for altruistic reasons. There was some other reason behind it. Can you tell us about that? Yes, so along with the kind of government that spews falsehoods and propaganda. They also had to enforce their policy. So for example, the I have submitted multiple historical studies to the Lithuanian government months of pointing out their falsehoods and they turned around and try to intimidate me by threatening me with criminal charges right now. This is standard practice in Lithuania where people are intimidated. Now one could say that random death threats from Individual populate from Individual members of the Lithuanian Community dead. Inspired by the government, but when the government themselves put out these messages that these people are slandering. They're Heroes and there by 6 during the nation and thereby are anti-nationalist and siding With the Enemy, you know, there's lots of crackpots out there right away and these are dog whistles to the very worst elements of society. And unfortunately, I'm accustomed to with threats against me. I'm accustomed to hate mail, but Sylvia only went public two.

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

"Well, it was a complete absurdity and three of the top academics in Lithuania lambaste it with the government and said it's offensive. It's dishonest. It's absurd and the geology came out with a statement that said, oh people shouldn't take it too. Seriously. It was just his opinion. However, it was submitted as a finding of fact for the Lithuanian government and entered into the formal record as a finding effect now. Yeah, so so I sued the government twice just over that false finding effect and there was no possibility of having anybody review the facts in the case. So just just real quick for for listeners who may not be entirely familiar with the story. Can you just give a quick you know thirty seconds? Who is Jonas norika? Yes, you understand. Rekha was a mass genocide on off of juice. He was the one that wrote the mine come from Lithuania. He Signed the orders to get reduced to plunder their property to to wear the yellow star. He was a truly evil man, and he's been elevated to one of Lithuania is greatest national heroes, and he's honored and you know, they they have marches and sing anthems to him on his birthday much took like some Nazis do on Hitler's birthday. And how do you find how did you find out about this guy? Because he was the one that murdered my relatives think it's important for people to know God, right? So so in Iraq is responsible for the murder of approximately 100 of my own relatives. So we've identified him and exposed him and the government has engaged in in in wholesale Holocaust revisionism and fraud and there is no accountability. The a no path to truth within Lithuania. So in Dublin down on on their fraud this geologist rights as false report and when did this report come out? Oh just some time last year. Okay, the birthday was last week. The birthday was last week in the report was probably about a year old.

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

"Hello everyone, and thank you for listening to never again Talk podcast for Holocaust and genocide Justice produced by I can't israeli-american Civic Action Network. I'm your host Dylan Hozier and with me as always is Grant caution. Hello Great Wok. Hello Dylan. How are you? I'm doing well. How are you? I'm good. Thank you. Great great. So so last well we missed last week, but the week before we we discussed some some kind of basic 101 ugh Holocaust misinformation disinformation perpetuated by choice and frankly Holocaust Distortion perpetuated by the Lithuanian government today. I wanted to talk about Holocaust Education and job Um, the new claims conference survey that just came out I guess about a month ago, but I thought it would be interesting to discuss that and then I guess you'll you'll surprise me with a story. This is how are podcasts. We'll go. We'll we'll come up, you know most we have scheduled guests will share stories with our listeners that that we think are important and we will discuss them in the broader context sounds good to me. Perfect Perfect. All right. So so like I said, I'd like to talk to you and can I get your sense of the the claims conference survey on Millennials and gen Z. Are you familiar with the survey? I am I am and it was very upsetting to read that. We're off the failing to educate the youth on a critically important subject. So it's interesting. The headline says new survey by claims conference finds significant lack of Holocaust knowledge dead. And States, so it says there there's this one fact, I didn't know it says there were over forty thousand over 40,000 camps and ghettos during the Holocaust 49% of Millennials. Cannot name a single one. That's awful because it was so many Americans were Rescuers and went in to liberate those labor camps and death camps Americans were were heroes in the war and we are ostensibly be the Guardians of the world against the next genocide and if Americans don't know about previous ones, especially be the biggest one what hope do we have of a preventing or be stopping the next genocide that happens wage well, and and that brings us to one of the other findings of the survey. It says seven out of ten Americans obviously at 70% Say fewer people seem to care about the Holocaust than they used to. In the majority of Americans This is 58% believe that something like the Holocaust could happen again. To your point. Absolutely the Holocaust could happen again. It's it's the the veneer of civilization in humanity is so thin and all we need do is let the genie out the box and and it will happen again. So it's never far off and it's a constant effort to prevent the next one. So if the youth don't know about the last one and don't know about the signs of to look for and the Soul precious to guard against.

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

"Others to say, look let's away. Nia is lying. Everybody knows that they're lying, but they getting away with it. Right? So if we want to murder of a minority in our country, we could do that and we could follow the Lithuanian model absolutely and we can get away with it. It facilitates the next genocide and that's why it needs to be stopped. Now, you know is Lithuania the only one in the world that's doing it. No, they're not dead. But you know what? It's the most obvious. Yeah. It's the I mean everybody knows every Lithuania knows that the government is lying about this the Lithuanian government itself. They know that members are lying about it. The courts know that the government is lying about and the courts are home. Lithuania is facilitating the next genocide because the next perpetrator is going to say look, let's near got away with it. And so can we I mean Hitler said nobody remembers what was done to the Armenians right off. So Hitler used the the Amnesia about the slaughter of the Armenians in order to undertake a thought of the Jews and It it it's just an obvious example. So if we want to protect the next victim group, we have no we have no possibility of not focusing on lithuanians Holocaust revisionism. Because if we don't we will be facilitating. The the next genocide and we will be partially responsible because we didn't stand up and object. I completely agree. And I mean, think that's what my I mean if we step back and just take the high-level view of what we've been discussing two things come to my mind and that is again, I'm just to reiterate somebody who had basic knowledge of the Holocaust the story that you're describing the story that you're telling the history that you're sharing. It's Crystal for people to understand because it's important to understand how Society can be twisted and activated against another segment of society and not and I think it's important for people to understand that happened. But I also think it's important for people to understand that a government today is actively trying to hide and mask that history and distort that history and in a civil society that should not be permitted and like you say we can't be silent because we're we would be complicit if we're if silent and so those two things that that neighbor neighbor and that and that truth something that is so basic and obvious..

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

"Others to say, look let's away. Nia is lying. Everybody knows that they're lying, but they getting away with it. Right? So if we want to murder of a minority in our country, we could do that and we could follow the Lithuanian model absolutely and we can get away with it. It facilitates the next genocide and that's why it needs to be stopped. Now, you know is Lithuania the only one in the world that's doing it. No, they're not dead. But you know what? It's the most obvious. Yeah. It's the I mean everybody knows every Lithuania knows that the government is lying about this the Lithuanian government itself. They know that members are lying about it. The courts know that the government is lying about and the courts are home. Lithuania is facilitating the next genocide because the next perpetrator is going to say look, let's near got away with it. And so can we I mean Hitler said nobody remembers what was done to the Armenians right off. So Hitler used the the Amnesia about the slaughter of the Armenians in order to undertake a thought of the Jews and It it it's just an obvious example. So if we want to protect the next victim group, we have no we have no possibility of not focusing on lithuanians Holocaust revisionism. Because if we don't we will be facilitating. The the the next genocide and we will be partially responsible because we didn't stand up and object. I completely agree. And I mean, I think that's what my I mean if we step back and just take the high-level view of what we've been discussing two things come to my mind and that is again, I'm just just to reiterate somebody who had basic knowledge of of the Holocaust the story that you're describing the story that you're telling the history that you're sharing. It's Crystal for people to understand because it's important to understand how Society can be twisted and activated against another segment of society and not and I think it's important for people to understand that that happened. But I also think it's important for people to understand that a government today is actively trying to hide and mask that history and.

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

"Hello, and thank you for listening to never again a podcast for Holocaust and genocide Justice from I can walk the israeli-american Civic Action Network. I'm your host Dylan Hozier. And with me is Grant Gustin Grant. This is our first podcast together. So let's talk a little bit about who we are what your go ahead and go. Hey Dylan, thank you so much. It's good to do this podcast with you. There's a lot to discuss is a lot to learn. There's a lot to teach there's a lot of people should know I just introduce myself. I'm husband our businesses wealth management. And in my spare time. I am a holocaust activists, which means that I'm an activist for a Justice on Holocaust issues that have not been addressed and Dylan there are many there are a great number of issues that still need to be explored rectified and Truth told and it is my mission in life to tell these truths so that the perpetrators are known and the victims are at least identified and given truth about who murdered them and To let them rest easier so that people know what happened to them how it happened and that future Generations will be sure that this will never happen a game great. So for those who don't know I am a government Relations Specialist, which is kind of a fancy way of saying I'm a lobbyist. I've worked for the Israeli government. I do a lot of Israel advocacy and advocacy for the Jewish communities and other visual communities here the United States and you know Grant used an interesting term Holocaust activist and I now count my myself also as a holocaust activist off and that's a term that just probably a year ago or so. I would not recognize or even really comprehend what that term means dead. And so Grant you and I over the past I guess about a year or so have have been engaged in a campaign, which I think is focused on truth and justice for Holocaust victims and but also survivors and I thought you know, we in more recently over the past few months. We've done several broadcasts that have dealt very deeply and intimately into this issue of Holocaust Distortion perpetuated by a Lithuanian government and sponsored by the Lithuanian government. And I think that you know from from my standpoint of somebody who is new to this issue. And who had a very basic knowledge of the Holocaust before I met you. I kind of wanted to walk through that journey and not all that story for others who may also be where I was just a year or so ago and and maybe not have as much knowledge about the Holocaust and so that they're aware of what's happening today. And so that they can get active and take action today and support of Holocaust and genocide justice. So can we can we dive in fact that issue its time in Dublin? All right..

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

Museum Archipelago

16:51 min | 1 year ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

"Yet fail to engage with what is really at stake, namely identifying acknowledging and removing endemic structural problems of racism in repair to form a suggestion. By more than a few people is museums wind up? The statues of problematic people in museums is the bottom of the harbour, really the right place for Statue of Colston. Of course, these questions tend to ignore that the bottom of the ocean is the final resting place for hundreds of actual. Thrown overboard from Colston's chips because they were deemed a poor investment for Colston's company on the Zeke Appel go. We've investigated what various Eastern European countries are doing with old statues of dictators like Lenin and Stalin. Monica, notice interviewed on episode. Five of this show describes how her family's native Lithuania removed. It's ubiquitous Soviet statues from city squares all across the country. The removals were events that helped build the young nation, but once the statues were removed from their original locations. No one knew quite what to do with them. Many of them ended up at something called Curtis Park a kind of half theme park that includes a massive statue garden. The statues are presented simply and somewhat randomly each has a little description of the city and square where the statue used to stand many Lithuanians and the Lithuanian government have criticized the uncritical approach to the parks laughed. Visitors are free to do whatever they want. I guess like once you got into the actual dash you. It's Kinda funny because you can do whatever you want. So like planning on top of London installing, picking their nose Tottenham on the head. Doing whatever you want but I like to think that I have some sort of connection. Some sort of understanding that spews images might have been both sterry inspirational different times. Somebody's life for me. They've always been images. That were bad like no like I. Feel like throwing I always do that. Lenin Stalin phase like these are the faces of terror that drove my grandparents out of. Yeah but. Interact with them on this like humorous level is really interesting. The situation at Bulgaria's Museum of Socialist Art in Sofia is somewhat similar. The outdoor sculpture garden is littered with statues. Commemorating Soviet power placed wherever there's room I visited many times, and I'm never quite sure how to react. There's a lot of power in deliberately taking these statues out of the context they were made for what once may have been in imposing statue, underscoring who's in charge in the public square is now just two key, leading impotently outer Rosebush in Eastern Europe the statues of. Of Lenin and Stalin and others were erected during the communist times and were swiftly removed when the system fell in the West statues erected more than one hundred years ago. Still stand without context Washington's next. Because the money he made from owning working in selling people isn't a footnote. It's the reason he was the first president. Even at the museums of Bristol Website Colston is identified as a revered philanthropist slash reviled slave trader in that order. As if the money he gave away to the city of Bristol wasn't violently extracted from the people he enslaved. It's not a sufficient answer to simply put these statues in the museum I. Don't know if there's enough museum space for all the confederate monuments in the American south or enough museum space for all the statues of King. Leopold in Belgium, but more importantly political exercise in selective remembrance neatly packaged as an unbiased archive. That statues represent is the same exercise that museums represent. Represent museums and statues are bridged together. Many of these statues are right in front of museum entrances, priming visitor for what they can expect to find inside statutes, museums share centuries long history of supporting white supremacist colonialist, racist ideologies, helping them flourish providing the evidence for them, and under girding them through their placement through their air of authority and through their supposed neutrality. The statues of American football players at American universities helps me think about this because the stakes are so low, the rivalry is so clear. Our football team has heroes and the long legacy, and it's telling that the two tools that were employed to make that point are statues and museums. This has been museum archipelago. Haven't checked out club archipelago. Now is a great time. My favorite episode of Our museum movie. Review Series archipelago at the movies is now completely free joining Rebecca. 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"lithuanian government" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

Museum Archipelago

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

"Yet fail to engage with what is really at stake, namely identifying acknowledging and removing endemic structural problems of racism in repair to form a suggestion. By more than a few people is museums wind up? The statues of problematic people in museums is the bottom of the harbour, really the right place for Statue of Colston. Of course, these questions tend to ignore that the bottom of the ocean is the final resting place for hundreds of actual. Thrown overboard from Colston's chips because they were deemed a poor investment for Colston's company on the Zeke Appel go. We've investigated what various Eastern European countries are doing with old statues of dictators like Lenin and Stalin. Monica, notice interviewed on episode. Five of this show describes how her family's native Lithuania removed. It's ubiquitous Soviet statues from city squares all across the country. The removals were events that helped build the young nation, but once the statues were removed from their original locations. No one knew quite what to do with them. Many of them ended up at something called Curtis Park a kind of half theme park that includes a massive statue garden. The statues are presented simply and somewhat randomly each has a little description of the city and square where the statue used to stand many Lithuanians and the Lithuanian government have criticized the uncritical approach to the parks laughed. Visitors are free to do whatever they want. I guess like once you got into the actual dash you. It's Kinda funny because you can do whatever you want. So like planning on top of London installing, picking their nose Tottenham on the head. Doing whatever you want but I like to think that I have some sort of connection. Some sort of understanding that spews images might have been both sterry inspirational different times. Somebody's life for me. They've always been images. That were bad like no like I. Feel like throwing I always do that. Lenin Stalin phase like these are the faces of terror that drove my grandparents out of. Yeah but. Interact with them on this like humorous level is really interesting. The situation at Bulgaria's Museum of Socialist Art in Sofia is somewhat similar. The outdoor sculpture garden is littered with statues. Commemorating Soviet power placed wherever there's room I visited many times, and I'm never quite sure how to react. There's a lot of power in deliberately taking these statues out of the context they were made for what once may have been in imposing statue, underscoring who's in charge in the public square is now just two key, leading impotently outer Rosebush in Eastern Europe the statues of. Of Lenin and Stalin and others were erected during the communist times and were swiftly removed when the system fell in the West statues erected more than one hundred years ago. Still stand without context Washington's next. Because the money he made from owning working in selling people isn't a footnote. It's the reason he was the first president. Even at the museums of Bristol Website Colston is identified as a revered philanthropist slash reviled slave trader in that order. As if the money he gave away to the city of Bristol wasn't violently extracted from the people he enslaved. It's not a sufficient answer to simply put these statues in the museum I. Don't know if there's enough museum space for all the confederate monuments in the American south or enough museum space for all the statues of King. Leopold in Belgium, but more importantly political exercise in selective remembrance neatly packaged as an unbiased archive. That statues represent is the same exercise that museums represent. Represent museums and statues are bridged together. Many of these statues are right in front of museum entrances, priming visitor for what they can expect to find inside statutes, museums share centuries long history of supporting white supremacist colonialist, racist ideologies, helping them flourish providing the evidence for them, and under girding them through their placement through their air of authority and through their supposed neutrality. The statues of American football players at American universities helps me think about this because the stakes are so low, the rivalry is so clear. Our football team has heroes and the long legacy, and it's telling that the two tools that were employed to make that point are statues and museums. This has been museum archipelago. Haven't checked out club archipelago. Now is a great time. My favorite episode of Our museum movie. Review Series archipelago at the movies is now completely free joining Rebecca. We've deny as we break breakdown two thousand four's national treasure, discussing the tropes of museum films. Now Museum Exhibit Design is reflected back.

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"lithuanian government" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on The CyberWire

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And we thank no before for sponsoring our show funding for this cyber wire. PODCAST is made possible in part by McAfee security built by the power of harnessing one billion threat sensors from device to cloud intelligence eligible that enables you to respond to your environment and insights that empower you to change it McAfee. The device to cloud cybersecurity company go to McAfee DOT dot com slash insights from the cyber wires studios at data tribe. I'm Dave Bittner with your cyber wire summary. For Friday December six twenty nineteen facebook filed a lawsuit yesterday against a Chinese advertising company that allegedly violated the social media platforms add policies over the course of three years. Facebook says the company used malware to compromise facebook users accounts and then use those accounts to host ads for counterfeit products. The company was able to continue the scheme for so long by using a technique known as cloaking which hit the destination of the ADS from facebook systems. Threat posed says says facebook paid four million dollars to reimburse victims whose accounts were abused in this fashion. Researchers at the University of New Mexico have discovered a flaw in Unix base systems that could allow an attacker on the local network to inject packets into a network adjacent users encrypted. VPN connection the vulnerability affects Lennox Lennox Freebie SD Open BSD MAC OS IOS and android an attacker can find the targets virtual ip address by sending packets that span the entire virtual ip space and seeing which address responds with a reset packet the attacker can then determine precise TCP sequence and acknowledgement eligible numbers by spoofing packets at the targeted connection until they trigger a TCP challenged packet. The vulnerability is fairly complex to exploit and observers including the register. Don't believe we'll see it exploited in the wild anytime soon. The researchers are refraining from publishing technical paper on the subject until they've determined a suitable mitigation for the bug. Russian trolls have been active against public opinion. In Lithuania with an uptick an activity noticeable since early September the target is NATO and the messaging trades on Second World War fears of Germany and Cold War fears of the US. And there are the now familiar class of memes teams that portray local authorities as untrustworthy Lithuania's government is working against the disinformation. But it's being tight lipped about specifics. On upset grounds next got reports. The fake news feeds generally represent. NATO troops barbarian threat to the peace and safety of the locals and the Lithuanian government as a collection action of tools and stumbled bums. Who couldn't find their own fourth point of contact with both hands and the Hubble Space Telescope? NOPE nope but if you say it enough there will be someone who swallow it. The disinformation campaign is instructive in that it probably foreshadows themes and tactics that will appear in other places particularly during election. Election Seasons Apple offered an explanation. For why it's iphone eleven frequently show the location services icon. Even when all location services have have been switched off in settings the company told Krebs on security that the icon's presence is related to the phones Short Range Ultra wideband technology which allows. How's the device to share files with other phones? Nearby Ultra wideband is prohibited in a small number of countries including Argentina Paraguay Indonesia and Russia. The iphone eleven uses location services to verify that the device isn't in one of those countries and the location data doesn't leave the user's phone apple said it will include an option to switch off ultra wideband in a future. IOS release an international team of researchers led by the National Institute for Computer Shooter. Science and Applied Mathematics in France have broken the record for the largest encrypted key ever cracked the researchers used clusters of computers across several countries these two factor and RSA to forty key which is seven hundred and ninety five bits. Long the total amount of computations required would have taken just under four thousand years running on a single computer so the calculation doesn't mean modern encryption keys are at risk especially. Since most current implementations use two thousand is an forty eight bit keys rather as the University of California San Diego noted in a statement. 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"lithuanian government" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"lithuanian government" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Interpol such that when they issued a diffusion it would be reasonable for the government of Spain to pick up Bill Browder in a hotel. Well, I guess what? I would need to see is is me. And in the fifty other people, I know who are not criminals who are on the red notice system to have those red notice all deleted, not not by INTERPOL. But Russia, so that we don't I constant flow people coming to my office who have INTERPOL red notice from Russia who are activists and agitators and political opponents. Who shouldn't be having to come to my office to talk to me about this stuff and Russia will abuse whatever system they have access to to its maximum possible advantage. And so j goes points are all beautiful in theory. And and Jayco deserves huge credit for for this for the rule of refugees. Asylum-seekers not being under blinding. That's his singular accomplishment. But well that's been done. I'm still fighting the seventh red notice from Russia. The seventh. I'm communicating with the commission for the control of files where Misra Dov who has been my pursuer is on the commission. It's just I mean, what what whatever the theory is. I'm right at the coalface at ain't workin. So both of you have alluded to this leadership election that happened last year in which a Russian law enforcement official was almost but wasn't a named to head INTERPOL that actually strikes me as sort of major vote of no confidence in the institution that that could have even come close to happening under the circumstances. And so Bill how pad was it? It was it was it was shocking story in an involve most me and Jay go. So Jake was the one who's who was who knew about it. I, and it was I think the election was going to be happening on Wednesday. And I I got an Email from Jay go on the Friday before the Wednesday thing Bill you wear that that a a Russian is the front runner for the presidency of INTERPOL and had no idea in north of the rest of the world have any idea, and it was and so it was one of these things where whatever's going on inner poll as Jagos there's no there's no transparency at all. And so I started calling around some journalists started calling around some other Russian dissidents and everybody was in shock, and and the way I imagined this, and I can't say for sure because I wasn't there. But, but this was how Russia was dealing the INTERPOL the same way as they deal with the with fee for the Football Association with the International Olympic Committee, which is they were going around with the lips of cash giving the guy from the Central African Republic, or you know, were Angola, you know, five thousand bucks to vote with with Russia and with Jay go in myself, and I got Mikhail Khodorkovsky involved we held a big press conference. We all started to alert the world in different policymakers in politicians got involved. They said interpose gonna be run by Russian. Lithuanian government, our parliaments if if if intervals can be run by Russian than we don't want to be members of INTERPOL anymore. And I think that that there was so much outrage around the western world. That over the course of five days Russia, which had I think locked it up lost their lockup. And thank God. The South Korean candidate was elected. But had Russia. I mean, I don't think INTERPOL would have survived that as an institution. If a Russian was was the president of INTERPOL Jada, go was was was it less bad than that in any way? I mean, if you're somebody who is going to be who is trying as you are to make the case for the non-exclusion of countries like Russia, and sort of keep them in the tent. This must have been like the worst case scenario for you. Right. Yeah. But I mean, we were hugely concerned because into pull has been making some changes that have been support for the continued reform. So the idea of having a Russian delegate leading the organization was a huge concern too. So well, then we wouldn't advocate for suspension of Russia's a country..

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