35 Burst results for "Lockdowns"

Michele Bachmann Explains the Extreme Dangers to America's Sovereignty

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | 3 d ago

Michele Bachmann Explains the Extreme Dangers to America's Sovereignty

"Now. The dean of the Robertson school of government for regent university and she is my guest. Michelle bachmann, welcome. Thank you so much and also a longtime friend to Eric my taxes. Honored to think so. I have to say, you have been in public life for a long time. You get in the weeds on this stuff. I just, I can't bear sometimes to look at it. What I have been hearing from you and others regarding this issue, it seems like a kind of madness. Somebody must be making it up. It can't be true. Tell us what is going on. Well, that is the biggest problem right now because people can't believe that this could be possible. But then just say to yourself, what have we lived through for the last two and a half years where Congress didn't vote on mask mandate. Congress did vote on lockdowns. Conference Congress didn't vote on suspending rent for rent control issues. They didn't vote mandate vaccines. None of those votes were taken. It was all under the auspices of emergency powers that the Biden administration, whether it was Rachel walensky at the Centers for Disease Control or Doctor Fauci or doctor burps. Pronouncements were made. It was just a press release or a press conference, and we were all told, oh, this is law. We were told that we had to comply as though it was law. When it wasn't long, it was emergency action. So what's happening? I set that up because what's happening is that level of rising authoritarianism and a denial of our civil liberties, the last two years in America by American health officials, that level of authoritarianism, decision making, under the Biden amendments, if they pass a Geneva Switzerland May 22nd to 28th, would transfer American sovereignty and the sovereignty all nations over the world over our healthcare decisions from our nation over to the director general of the World Health Organization. That's

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Beijing locks down more people in China's 'zero-COVID' fight

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 d ago

Beijing locks down more people in China's 'zero-COVID' fight

"Authorities authorities authorities authorities in in in in Beijing Beijing Beijing Beijing restricting restricting restricting restricting more more more more residents residents residents residents to to to to their their their their homes homes homes homes in in in in analysis analysis analysis analysis three three three three week week week week long long long long effort effort effort effort to to to to control control control control a a a a small small small small but but but but persistent persistent persistent persistent could could could could nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen up up up up break break break break in in in in the the the the Chinese Chinese Chinese Chinese capital capital capital capital seven seven seven adjoining adjoining adjoining areas areas areas in in in the the the cities cities cities thank thank thank K. K. K. district district district could could could be be be designated designated designated lockdowns lockdowns lockdowns ovens ovens ovens for for for at at at least least least one one one week week week the the the areas areas areas near near near a a a wholesale wholesale wholesale food food food market market market that that that was was was closed closed closed indefinitely indefinitely indefinitely on on on Saturday Saturday Saturday following following following the the the discovery discovery discovery of of of a a a curve curve curve in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen cost cost cost of of of that that that he he he added added added restrictions restrictions restrictions come come come as as as Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai slowly slowly slowly starts starts starts to to to ease ease ease a a a city city city wide wide wide lockdown lockdown lockdown that's that's that's trapped trapped trapped most most most of of of its its its population population population for for for more more more than than than six six six weeks weeks weeks between between between breaks breaks breaks in in in Beijing Beijing Beijing and and and Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai the the the focused focused focused attention attention attention on on on whether whether whether China China China consisting consisting consisting it's it's it's strict strict strict zero zero zero covert covert covert approach approach approach I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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The Whitmer Kidnapping Defendant Who Was Trapped by the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:23 min | 6 d ago

The Whitmer Kidnapping Defendant Who Was Trapped by the FBI

"The indefatigable Julie Kelly has tracked down one of the Whitmer kidnapping defendants. This is the guy who got off. He was exonerated because the jury realized that he had been entrapped by the FBI and Julie has an exclusive interview with this guy. His name is Brandon casar down. But and he's gone through a horrible two year ordeal. Involving losing his job involving incarceration. Of course, the familiar FBI raid, the kind of massive demonstration of power almost a shock and awe type of campaign. So Julie gives a little bit of background. She says that this fellow Brandon cassata was charged along with other defendants, 5 defendants, Adam Fox, Thai garden, Caleb Franks Barry Croft, and a guy named Daniel Harris. These are the people who were charged. Now, what the interview reveals is the sort of naivete of these guys and how they were targets of the FBI from the beginning. And by the beginning, I mean, before the plot was even hatched. That's what's so telling about it. So here's talking now to Julie. And he says, you know, I was kind of locked down under a COVID court. I was stuck in my apartment with most of my family out of state. I was just trying to find people to network with. So this is the COVID frustration and the anger, by the way, at the left and imposing these lockdowns, interestingly, that was a factor here in what got these guys to demonize Whitmer and think, oh yeah, it'd be kind of cool if we so these are big talkers, these are guys who buy and large have difficult lives with not a whole lot going on and they're looking for other like minded people who give them a sense of camaraderie. So what happens is this fellow brand in Casa goes online and in June, a leader of a group called the Wolverine Watchmen, a self styled kind of militia group, basically tells casar that they are inviting him to firearms training in Michigan. Firearm streams. This guy's like, yeah, in lockdown, I wanna get out of the house. Little does he know that this being organized by not a guy named quote big Dan. And guess who big Dan is? An FBI informant. He is in a sense cooking up the plot.

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Shanghai will try to ease 7-week virus lockdown in few days

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Shanghai will try to ease 7-week virus lockdown in few days

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Amber Athey on the Baby Formula Shortage Happening in Biden's America

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | Last week

Amber Athey on the Baby Formula Shortage Happening in Biden's America

"I am so excited to bring our next guest on to the show. She's been a longtime friend of mine. She does tremendous work. Amber athlete, she's the Washington editor, the spectator, and she is the host of the unfit to print podcast amber. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you so much for having me. It's great to be here. It's great to have you. Now, amber, you are unfortunately living in the swamp. So I can't remember really not what to talk. I live in California, the people's republic. So, you know, here we are. We're slumming it in blue ville. But nevertheless, you have been doing some tremendous work, I mean, really for since you became the Washington editor of the spectator. I've been paying really close attention. You were obviously at the daily caller before that. But you've been doing tremendous work. Tell us about this baby formula shortage, all right? So this is now something we are hearing about like little whispers about for a little while. And now it seems like it's exploding onto the scene. What's going on? What's behind it? Tell us what's happening here. Yeah, just until a couple of days ago, this was a really undercover story. No one was really paying attention outside of the parents who were, of course, scrambling to find food for their babies. And now it seems to really have exploded onto the media scene. Thanks to the work of a few moms out there who are really just very vocal about this on social media. And what's happening is there's a massive shortage about 40% of the normal market for baby formula is basically nonexistent right now. And that's due to a couple of reasons. Some of it is the leftover supply chain issues from the pandemic and the lockdown. But there was also a major recall of one of the largest domestic manufacturers products that are called Abbott. They're based out of Michigan. And the FDA had this investigation a couple of months ago and pulled most of their product off the market, but oddly enough, Abbott says, you know, we fixed the issues with our formula and yet the FDA has not given us approval to start producing product again. And so that's contributing to this shortage and

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US overdose deaths hit record 107,000 last year, CDC says

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

US overdose deaths hit record 107,000 last year, CDC says

"Drug drug drug drug overdose overdose overdose overdose deaths deaths deaths deaths reached reached reached reached a a a a record record record record last last last last year year year year the the the the CDC CDC CDC CDC estimate estimate estimate estimate is is is is more more more more than than than than one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred seven seven seven seven thousand thousand thousand thousand Americans Americans Americans Americans died died died died of of of of drug drug drug drug overdoses overdoses overdoses overdoses it it it it translates translates translates translates to to to to roughly roughly roughly roughly one one one one overdose overdose overdose overdose death death death death every every every every five five five five minutes minutes minutes minutes the the the the previous previous previous previous record record record record number number number number of of of of deaths deaths deaths deaths was was was was set set set set in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty the the the the director director director director of of of of the the the the National National National National Institute Institute Institute Institute on on on on drug drug drug drug abuse abuse abuse abuse called called called called the the the the latest latest latest latest numbers numbers numbers numbers truly truly truly truly staggering staggering staggering staggering the the the the White White White White House House House House says says says says it's it's it's it's unacceptable unacceptable unacceptable unacceptable and and and and called called called called for for for for measures measures measures measures like like like like connecting connecting connecting connecting more more more more people people people people to to to to treatment treatment treatment treatment disrupting disrupting disrupting disrupting drug drug drug drug trafficking trafficking trafficking trafficking and and and and expanding expanding expanding expanding access access access access to to to to the the the the overdose overdose overdose overdose reversing reversing reversing reversing medication medication medication medication naloxone naloxone naloxone naloxone experts experts experts experts say say say say the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic has has has has been been been been very very very very difficult difficult difficult difficult for for for for people people people people with with with with drug drug drug drug addictions addictions addictions addictions as as as as lockdowns lockdowns lockdowns lockdowns and and and and other other other other restrictions restrictions restrictions restrictions isolated isolated isolated isolated them them them them and and and and made made made made treatment treatment treatment treatment harder harder harder harder to to to to get get get get I'm I'm I'm I'm at at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue

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Shanghai tightens lockdown despite falling COVID cases

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Shanghai tightens lockdown despite falling COVID cases

"Shanghainese Shanghainese Shanghainese Shanghainese disinfecting disinfecting disinfecting disinfecting homes homes homes homes undisclosed undisclosed undisclosed undisclosed all all all all subways subways subways subways in in in in China's China's China's China's covert covert covert covert fight fight fight fight teams teams teams teams in in in in watch watch watch watch protective protective protective protective suits suits suits suits again again again again into into into into the the the the homes homes homes homes of of of of coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus infected infected infected infected people people people people to to to to spray spray spray spray disinfectant disinfectant disinfectant disinfectant as as as as Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai tries tries tries tries to to to to root root root root out out out out all all all all macron macron macron macron outbreak outbreak outbreak outbreak under under under under China's China's China's China's strict strict strict strict zero zero zero zero code code code code strategy strategy strategy strategy Shanghai's Shanghai's Shanghai's Shanghai's also also also also suspended suspended suspended suspended service service service service on on on on the the the the lost lost lost lost two two two two subway subway subway subway lines lines lines lines operating operating operating operating marking marking marking marking the the the the first first first first time time time time the the the the citizen citizen citizen citizen times times times times system system system system has has has has been been been been shut shut shut shut down down down down the the the the latest latest latest latest measures measures measures measures come come come come as as as as Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai has has has has ordered ordered ordered ordered people people people people in in in in some some some some districts districts districts districts to to to to stay stay stay stay in in in in the the the the homes homes homes homes again again again again steps steps steps steps that that that that have have have have frustrated frustrated frustrated frustrated residents residents residents residents who who who who were were were were hoping hoping hoping hoping a a a a more more more more than than than than a a a a month month month month long long long long lockdown lockdown lockdown lockdown was was was was finally finally finally finally easing easing easing easing as as as as the the the the number number number number of of of of new new new new cases cases cases cases in in in in the the the the city city city city has has has has fallen fallen fallen fallen I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles de de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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Producer Andrew and Dr. Keith Rose Discuss Bill Gates' COVID Response

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | Last week

Producer Andrew and Dr. Keith Rose Discuss Bill Gates' COVID Response

"I want to play another clip for a Bill Gates here from that same talk he was giving. That's just cut one. Let's go ahead and play it and we'll react to it after that. Cut one. It wasn't until early February when I was in a meeting that experts at the foundation said, there's no way, you know, this there's been too much travel without diagnosis for us to contain this. And then at that point, we didn't really understand the fatality rate. We didn't understand that it's a fairly low fatality rate. And that it's a deceased mainly of the elderly kind of like flu yeah, so glad we didn't overreact, right? Doctor Rhodes. Well, I just appreciate the fact that Bill Gates and his experts as soon as they realize that there was no way to quote contain this came out and said that lockdowns weren't effective in that, let's not crush the economy. Let's not cause an increase in drug use and suicides. Let's not destroy jobs. Let's do something different. It's interesting. He talks about it. And if you're watching talk, he's just kind of rattling off the top of the head like there were no consequences to this. No, it was his group that funded the IHME that gave us these bogus projections in the beginning that forced all the lockdowns that said there were going to be millions and millions of deaths. So Amelia culpa two years later, I mean, it's not even to me a culprit's like, oh, I guess we got it wrong.

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Will We Ever Get Justice for Enduring the Lockdowns?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | Last week

Will We Ever Get Justice for Enduring the Lockdowns?

"Ramona from North Carolina, Charlie, are we ever going to get justice? For what they did during the lockdowns. She has some pretty, let's say aggressive four letter words in there, some swear words. So I'm not going to continue that. So I'm just going to summarize her question like that. There's a new story out that pairs nicely with Ramona's question. Remote learning according to freebie dot com had an even worse effect on U.S. students education than was previously known. K through 12 students who attended school from home in the 2021 school year lost 50% of their typical math curriculum learning, according to a Harvard study. Quote Emily oster from Brown university said it's pretty clear that remote school was not good for learning. Oh, who would have possibly been able to predict this? Anthony Fauci and all these people, Deborah birx, the scarf woman, did so much damage to our country. Children are at a low risk of severe illness of death from COVID-19 in school transmissions is also extremely rare. Quote, in places where schools reopened that summer and fall, the spread of COVID was not noticeably worse than in places where schools remain closed. Schools also reopen in parts of Europe without seeming to spark outbreaks. This is intergenerational abuse. While grandparents were able to still go, golf outside and see their property values increase their grandkids had masks on being abused in schools. Now, I'm not blaming the grandparents. I'm not. But there were plenty of people that recept the generis and octogenarians that were perfectly fine with locking down the country. While their kids and their grandkids and grandkids in particular have been totally and completely and permanently damaged by the lockdown agenda.

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If You Think the US Is Conservative Now, Imagine a Free Speech Twitter

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

If You Think the US Is Conservative Now, Imagine a Free Speech Twitter

"If you think this country is somewhat conservative now, imagine if we'll be able to speak freely online. I want you to imagine something. So a lot of us were really upset about how unfree America has become the last couple of years. Lockdowns, mask mandates, vaccine mandates. Imagine if Twitter would have allowed a robust discussion, an Ivermectin hydroxychloroquine, azithromycin, early interventions. I want you to imagine that. Imagine if Elon will allow that, according to his own position. In fact, he said that. That means the next time a tyrant rears his head and tries to do something irrational, Twitter can now be an open market for ideas to compete, and guess what? We're okay with that because our ideas are going to win. We know that. That's why we're unafraid. To them, they know their ideas do not win when they are cross examined. They know their ideas fall apart, so they must be able to shut us up, which is why they're reacting the way they are, but also this is the greatest show on earth what you're seeing happen with Elon. And people say Charlie does it even, does he even realize what he's doing and all this? Maybe not. If you know anything, he's admitted he has Asperger's. He admitted he's like, he just focuses on something and he doesn't get off of it. And I only say that because I don't think he cares.

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'Fiery but Mostly Peaceful' Author Julio Rosas on Frontline Journalism

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

'Fiery but Mostly Peaceful' Author Julio Rosas on Frontline Journalism

"We have a really good guess with us right now. Fiery but mostly peaceful is the name of the book by Julio rosas and he's doing a wonderful job and again it's called fiery but mostly peaceful one of the best frontline journalists in the country a legitimate journalist unlike the people at The New York Times The Washington Post. Julio, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, thanks for having me. So Julio, tell us about your book. Tell us about kind of being on the front lines and being an actual journalist. And we'll go from there. Yeah, so I mean, I started covering the riots in 2020 when everything popped off in late May. And it initially my thought was, okay, I'm just going to cover Minneapolis and then that'll be it. But then I went to Seattle to cover chaz that whole little experiment that happened in Seattle. I went to Atlanta, Washington D.C. where I'm based out of and it just kept happening. And then it shifted from, oh, so this is going to stop to. What is it going to stop? And it reaches a point to where not only was I obviously seeing the devastation and destruction that BLM and Nancy varieties were bringing to American cities. But then at the other half of it was, well, the media was really downplaying or trying to excuse or trying to justify what was happening because of who was committing the violent acts and it was kind of well the ends justified the means or you're not really you're focusing on the wrong things by focusing on business owners who have their places destroyed. You know, this is what really matters. And for me, it's really, I take really big offense to that because like I said, I was seeing this firsthand and the city after city. And more importantly, people were innocent people who had nothing to do with, for example, a George Floyd or Jacob Blake in Kenosha. They were suffering. These were just ordinary Americans. A lot of them were already struggling with the effects of the COVID-19 lockdowns. And now this was being thrown on top of it, and then the people in power, both within the media class and political class saying, well, it doesn't really

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Shanghai Residents Endure Brutal Covid Lockdown Restrictions

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | 3 weeks ago

Shanghai Residents Endure Brutal Covid Lockdown Restrictions

"Should we talk about today for the audience? Well, one recent piece I have up at stream dot org. It's space on a very sad reality. It's the kind of thing that you regret having to be the one to break this bad news. I regret to inform you that 25 million people are locked in their homes in the city of Shanghai, China. 25 million people not able to leave their homes to get food to get medicine. Forbidden to use hot water or to shower their pets are being taken away from them and beaten to death because they're supposedly a vector of contagion. Their children are being confiscated. But back up here, because it's hard to believe we know that China is a brutal communist regime, we know that many American corporations make a good amount of money partnering with this satanic, brutal, communist, anti human, murderous, regime. So right now, I've been reading a little bit in the news what you're talking about, the entire city of Shanghai, 25 million people, which is hard to believe. Is locked down. So the question is, why, I mean, look, we know lockdowns are wrong. They're stupid, but why is China at this point doing this? What is happening in China that would give the communist monsters an excuse to do this? I don't really understand the larger context. I will give the context, but we have to first give the details because there's lockdowns and then there's lockdowns. I mean, New York City was locked down. You weren't locked in your home. You weren't padlocked in your home to starve for three weeks. That's what's happening in China. People are locked in their high rise buildings in their own apartments. And if they leave, they get attacked on the street by thugs in white hazmat suits. So people are locked in their apartments with no food, no medicine. No access to the outside world. And what they're doing is they're taking their empty refrigerators and putting them out on the balcony. So people can see that they're slowly starving to death.

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Suspect found dead after shooting 4, causing DC lockdowns

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Suspect found dead after shooting 4, causing DC lockdowns

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Caller: The New Rules of Working From Home, Avoiding Woke Folks

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Caller: The New Rules of Working From Home, Avoiding Woke Folks

"I got three quick ones, and I'll bounce them off yet. First, I work out of my home now and the other day, I blocked insurance for the house and car in my underwear and I talked to the insurance lady. She was in her bathrobe and her home office. So these are called Zoom camps. Now where we live, you don't have to commute, you don't have to pay the gas with a big car price, but you don't have to deal with a woke people at work. They're constantly, you've got to walk on eggshells every time you get around. And if you really good at what you do, you could go anywhere. Second thing is I'm finding that they seem to this three new rules. Number one is that you can't martyr enough for the woke. You just can't. That's right. The second one is you can not negotiate with them. They won't go for anything. And they'll try to get you off your spot and call your name. So why not? And number three, eventually you have to abandon them. It's just like poison ivy in your yard. Eventually you're going to figure out, you've got to just get rid of it. Dig it up and throw it in the trash. Chuck, I think you're absolutely right. And I thank you for that. And I like your way of analyzing it. I have to say, I have a small concern that's getting a little bit larger over this issue of everyone working from home. Look, I work from home an awful lot as an author as a radio host as a speechwriter and that sort of thing. I work from home a lot. I've been doing it for a long, long time, but it doesn't work out great for everybody. If you think about what a lot of us were warning early on with the COVID lockdowns and the COVID mitigation strategies, march, April, two years ago, a lot of us were very concerned about isolating people that were not used to isolation. There is a need for human interaction, social interaction for lots and lots of people.

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Great News! US Judge Overturns Mask Mandate on Planes, Trains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:53 min | Last month

Great News! US Judge Overturns Mask Mandate on Planes, Trains

"Great news, everybody. We mentioned this yesterday. The federal mask mandate. On airplanes has been overturned. Catherine Kimball mizelle, a 35 year old former clarence Thomas clerk, appointed by Trump and confirmed by the Senate before the lame duck session ended has come in and has overturned and repealed the mask mandate. Now, the mask mandate on planes and on trains could be best described as almost like a hangover effect, if you will. A hangover effect from tyranny. Some restrictions have been lifted, but for whatever reason, the Biden regime was still very focused that they need to have mask mandates on travel between New York and Los Angeles. This has always been the great hypocrisy has been within airlines. It started with a different type of hypocrisy actually. And not just the hypocrisy, but a double standard and an inexplicable rule that was put forward and it was very simple. It was that why could I fly from Boston to Phoenix and sit next to somebody and remove my mask and be able to have a snack next to that somebody, but the restaurants are closed in Boston and Phoenix, the two places I'm flying from. It started in that sense, and now it's kind of changed to something even worse. Why is it that Boston and Phoenix has in rune dining? And you can eat in these places without a mask on. You have to wear a mask on the airplane between going those two places. And so the airplane has always kind of been a place of controversy throughout this entire saga if you will. The lockdown vaccine mandate mask mandate the entire kind of Fauci virus Chinese coronavirus saga, the airplane is a place where a lot of people have let's say gotten very heated fights and they do so probably for good reason because of the double standard of enforcement of the mask mandates. And I do have to say, I had a couple of pretty angry flight attendants throughout the last two years, but generally I have to say, flight attendants were so sweet, they were so understanding, they were very forgiving of even kind of jerks that were trying to defy the rule. And I'm not saying that to find the rule makes you a jerk. But it's a dumb rule, okay, but if you're now going to create a set of circumstances where, you know, you're going to, what's the best way I put this? Where you're going to try to make the entire plane have to land because of your own decision. That's very selfish. That's not looking out for other people. I don't like it. That almost happened on a plane that I was in and thankfully it got fixed and it got kind of sorted out. So the plane didn't have to get rescheduled. Mask mandate went on for far too long and never should have happened in the first place and this is not just a win for passengers. This is also a win for flight attendants as well.

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The Left Is Keeping Quiet About Shanghai's Lockdowns

The Dan Bongino Show

01:22 min | Last month

The Left Is Keeping Quiet About Shanghai's Lockdowns

"Leftist adore the surveillance state And that's why they are so quiet about the ongoing horror right now in Shanghai where 26 million people are locked in their homes starving to death under a COVID quarantine impose by the Chinese Communist Party totalitarians The left loves this stuff but they're awfully quiet They're not quiet I want you to be very careful here too because I don't want you to misconstrue what I'm saying The leftist totalitarian wig nuts in the United States who admire the Chinese Communist Party are not being quiet about the horrors in Shanghai the animal torture videos people locked in their homes people screaming at night because they're starving They're not keeping quiet about it Because they don't because this is what they want They want a totalitarian state They're being quiet about it because the imagery is horrible and they know it's bared PR bad PR for the totalitarian state They want That's why they're being quiet In other words it should be on the front page of every leftist newspaper in America that the Chinese Communist Party like the Soviet Union and the North Koreans are really nothing more than a bunch of two bit totalitarian murdering thugs abusing their people Why doesn't the left report on that Because they love totalitarianism That's their thing It's no more complicated than that

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Mike Gallagher's Prediction Was Right

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | Last month

Mike Gallagher's Prediction Was Right

"Do you remember when I said this, if you were listening yesterday to the Mike Gallagher show, you heard me share this opinion. You mark my words by the end of the day, some prominent Democrat will do what Democrats always do after a mass shooting and they'll blame the gun rather than the evil person who pulled the trigger. So we had an office pool. I think Derek won because he was the one who said it probably will be the mayor. I'll bet you it'll be mayor Eric Adams, who's of course locked down in COVID quarantine. He's got a flag in his bedroom and he's sitting there on Skype because he's got COVID, although he seems to be functioning just great. So thankfully, mild symptoms or no symptoms, but he is in lockdown, unable to lead the city in person because of COVID. Now we can argue about that. In a moment. But I want you to hear what Eric Adams said. Fulfilling my prediction that the left that people on the left love to vilify and inanimate object, but they are reluctant to say bad things about the actual person who uses. The inanimate

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WHO: COVID cases and deaths fall for 3rd consecutive week

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

WHO: COVID cases and deaths fall for 3rd consecutive week

"The the the the number number number number of of of of new new new new coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus cases cases cases cases and and and and deaths deaths deaths deaths reported reported reported reported to to to to the the the the World World World World Health Health Health Health Organization Organization Organization Organization who who who who stolen stolen stolen stolen full full full full of of of of third third third third consecutive consecutive consecutive consecutive week week week week in in in in its its its its latest latest latest latest weekly weekly weekly weekly report report report report on on on on the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic the the the the U. U. U. U. N. N. N. N. health health health health agency agency agency agency says says says says that that that that the the the the more more more more than than than than seven seven seven seven million million million million new new new new cases cases cases cases reported reported reported reported last last last last week week week week represents represents represents represents a a a a twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four percent percent percent percent decline decline decline decline from from from from a a a a week week week week earlier earlier earlier earlier the the the the report report report report issued issued issued issued late late late late on on on on Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday says says says says the the the the weekly weekly weekly weekly number number number number of of of of because because because because you you you you dont dont dont dont teen teen teen teen deaths deaths deaths deaths was was was was down down down down eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen percent percent percent percent at at at at over over over over twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand WHO's WHO's WHO's WHO's says says says says the the the the decreases decreases decreases decreases should should should should be be be be interpreted interpreted interpreted interpreted with with with with caution caution caution caution since since since since far far far far fewer fewer fewer fewer cases cases cases cases are are are are being being being being identified identified identified identified as as as as countries countries countries countries scaled scaled scaled scaled back back back back their their their their testing testing testing testing strategies strategies strategies strategies reported reported reported reported cases cases cases cases and and and and deaths deaths deaths deaths fell fell fell fell worldwide worldwide worldwide worldwide including including including including in in in in the the the the western western western western Pacific Pacific Pacific Pacific where where where where infections infections infections infections surge surge surge surge this this this this triggered triggered triggered triggered lockdown lockdown lockdown lockdown measures measures measures measures in in in in China China China China I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles the the the the last last last last month month month month

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"lockdowns" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

05:24 min | 4 months ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"And this was known in October of 2020 when we wrote it. So the UN was founding alarms that there would be tens of millions of people who would starve as a consequence of the economic dislocation caused by the lockdowns. And that's come to pass. Hundreds of thousands of children in places like South Asia dead from starvation. As a consequence of lockdowns. Priorities like the treatment of patients with tuberculosis in poor countries stopped because of lockdowns. Childhood vaccinations of measles most rubella DPT diphtheria so on pertussis tetanus, all those standard vaccination campaigns. Stopped. Tens of millions of children skipping these doses for diseases that are actually deadly for them. Is there just on a small tangent? Is it well understood to you? What are the mechanisms that stop all those things? Because the lockdowns is that some aspect of supply chain is just literally because hospital doors are closed. Is it because there's a disincentive to go outside by people even when they deeply need help? All of the above. But a lot of those efforts especially those like vaccination efforts are funded and run by western efforts like gavi is a, I think if the Gates funded thing actually that provides vaccines for millions of kids worldwide. And those efforts were scaled back. Malaria prevention efforts. So in the developing world, it was a devastating effect, these lockdowns. There's also direct effects, like in India, the lockdowns, when they first instituted there was an order that 10 million migrant workers who live in big cities and they live hand to mouth. They buy coconuts, they sell the coconuts with the money they buy food from themselves and coconuts for the next day to sell. Walk back to their villages or get back to their villages overnight. So 10 million people walking back to their villages or taking a train back, a thousand died en route. Overcrowded trains, dying, essentially on the side of the road. It was absolutely inhumane policy. And the lockdowns there, it's actually it's kind of like what's happened to the west as well, but it was so severe. There was a sero prevalence study done in Mumbai by a friend of mine at the University of Chicago. What he found was that in the slums of Mumbai, there were 70% seroprevalence in July or August of 2020, whereas in the rest of Mumbai's 20%. So it was incredibly unequal. The lockdowns protected the relatively well off and spread the disease among the poor. So that's in the developing world. In the developed world, the health effects of lockdowns were also quite bad. So we talked already about isolation and depression. There was a study done in July of 2020 that found that one in four young adults.

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"lockdowns" Discussed on Hack

Hack

04:55 min | 9 months ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on Hack

"Functioning next year. I've got a bit of a different viewpoint in some people in my industry on that i believe it's again it's up to the government. It's not up to individual businesses to demand the people coming and being customer of that business or an employee of that business must be fully vaccinated. It's up to the government. Has the government given you any indication on what the sort of measures will be for you to keep going. No they haven't given me any. But i do believe there are discussions taking place but i'm not privy to that. I wish i knew more is certainly become an issue in the last week since the mandy mandy best that you've got to be vaccinated to go there. I'm waiting on government. Once we hit seventy to eighty percents level to tell us how we're going to move forward not only for my industry but for stray as autonomy paid. We do day to move on in a second. But i'm came to know what is the future of of the festival's industry at this stage without the support you're getting from the government will without any plan for the future. I would find it very difficult to put on. An event was that some levels of support. I'm also prepared to take the risk. When i have that level of support when you incentivize and that's it's critical. That government listened to the guys that put on the big events and actually talk to us. I mean i spent days last week trying to get the appropriate minister to talk to me down to be fun finally. He's not available. That's not dry you know. We're not the enemy of these people. Where the people that they represent. Sean payton i really appreciate you chatting to us about it on a lot of people getting in touch warning you and every other festival to get back on track so thank you so much and good luck with the future of loose fest. That's paid a noble who earns the festival. And let's talk now to julia robinson who's from the australian festival association. Have you heard anything from the government about you. Know what the future of your industries going bait. I'll look and thanks for having me. Look the future is looking pretty grim at the moment from the festival. Secta wearing a great deal of crosses than we were lost you. That's for sure we doubt joke. Kepa supports in place for for national industry. It's really looking pretty blake. We need some support and it needs to be national where we're national industry. It is the wfan queensland and south australia etc open but al. Our industry just operates across all states and territories. So that's what we're looking for at the moment. Have you been in these chats with government. Have they given you any indication about actually offering more support in this regard has been great support for a company like support act. That's doing excellent work new space. We've as paid a mentioned. There is the rise funding. But that really is full when events can operate so we're hopeful that discussions around things like wage. Subsidies lack job kepa but again sort of from a national perspective as well as an insurance policy like what was mentioned as well before we paid a noble so looking towards the future so that we can. You know you can provide your listeners. With great lineups and gripe pipelines events. Coming up in the future we really need to be able to ensure against losses. you know that pay described. It's around seventy percent of costs the song at the time of gates open soy if a show gets shot down because of one two three cases you know it's really devastating not just for the festival industry so the supplies inquiry but also for the fans that sat on not sure chill and just quickly julia pages saying he wants the government to say what this would have future festivals will be you whether that means we have to show vaccine possible that the gate a you in talks with the government or trying to create that kind of plan for the future going forward. Now we're working with our industry partners on on plans that That how we can move forward. So looking at the international context. We've seen lollapalooza go through with you. Know three hundred thousand people over a couple of days and And largely you know it was a success. Only two hundred people came out of that We've we've covered sorry now. We thought as you know probably would scare the australian context. But it's really good to say That the northern hemisphere is going to pay the way and We will look at look at what's happening over there without partners and And work towards solutions that are equitable for everyone at weren't just about vaccines It will may also be about negative test result so that it's fair and equitable for those. Who can't actually get vaccinated but the main message message right now is just you know as soon as the eligible is to go out and get vaccinated so that you can return to a festival and go see friends and And and hang out and watch some great rock music. i think we're all cain for that. Julia robinson from these trillion festival association. Thanks for you time. We've got a time full on this episode. i'll catch you on the next one..

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"lockdowns" Discussed on Hack

Hack

07:22 min | 9 months ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on Hack

"We actually don't know when it's going to happen. Melbourne oddest. alex. Lahey has been super vocal about the need for more support for the music industry. She told hubbard and hang last week. That the slow vaccine rowlatt has put the industry even further behind and because al industry functions on pay upon completion model. It means that no one's getting paid so the money's sort of innovative holding patented promoters who are waiting to put on these events but they can't happen so in the main time these contractors not getting any money and there is no trickle down back in june last year the government announced two hundred fifty million dollars support the odds and indices. Budget boosted a stimulus. Package cold the rise fund to be worth two hundred million dollars. But alex says the way. The government has allocated money to the sector is deeply flawed. Instead of what. I think they should be providing which is a support package. Which is what i'm suggesting. In terms of an insurance game and wage subsidies they provided the stimulus which can only happen when things are open again people in the sector a pivoting to change how they operate. Lock the vans who are doing more stuff online and on social media though. Jimmy says it's not really what they wanna do arrive out. We're just trying to find solutions for anything right now. Showing says artists are having to make change capacity reductions. Having a play two shows in a night to hit the same audience that they did. I didn't months ago and he's had to change to produce vince. Council streamed online geeks. These kind of things that you just have to start adding to your business to be able to subodh one. It's quite dire. now sean. says there are silver linings. Win fiscal's can happen. They're looking more opportunities for strategists artists. Hack on triple jack. She'll elementary someone's exit. One hundred percent a live music and the'd industries day to be a priority. Let's talk to pay to noble who earns blues fest. Blues fest was cancelled or rescheduled for the second time in a row this year paid. Thanks for coming on triple j. We've just been talking about the government. Reopening seventy percent vaccinated potentially mole a- festivals and live music being factored into the government's plans to to leave post covert. I wish i could fully say yes. I was at a credible position. Last easter having blues cancelled person. Twenty four hours for the event we were fully set up everybody. Every worker was on side. Two thousand people with camping. The abbotsford wrote or a tree in the area. When that occurred there was a media firestorm as to whether they should or should not have occurred. There was no coded of anybody on their site. There was one case. Kobe with somebody lived about a forty minute. Drive away and the sort of precaution that was used was not exercise in other major events occurring on the easter weekend such as the royal easter show but people were shoulder to shoulder tens of thousands. It was a traumatic thing to go through as a presenter of music festival quickly as we'd had more than a hundred covert safety marshals for the covert safety plan that we believe would have been leading our industry okay. We i believe that one could have happened but in a different position now right there is is a whole different bowl guy so many politicians from the premiere on down went on tv during the normal interview periods and answered questions about blues fest because it was such an issue and they what they said was yes they rescehduling many ms number going to said that the treasurer on saturday. I was third it. Tv interview saying we are creating an events fund for the industry as a result of what happened to blue's fate. Which is what. I feel as was my event that precipitates that that i want to into the air and say today. We're still waiting for that fun. When i agreed to do the residual and that was in discussion with major ministers. I believe that front would be in existence. I had every right to believe it would be in existence because my government told me and obviously now monzon. We're not saying that money coming to fruition but now the sort of months in the future you know we're saying hundreds of cases in new south wales and all the states is the government saying to you. Hey weaken let you function as a festival next year. If you do this this and this are there any talks about how you can continue in the future if that have been with reality as we as we were to led to believe it would be leaders. Then i would be saying to you how thankful i was for the fact that we have trusted them. We'd put on vance and we'd invested in them and because they'd incentivize us and as a result yes it couldn't happen because of delta but at least part of san cost guide to be returned and we go and have because we need to be incentive. Where the guys who put the events on. He spent ten fifteen million dollars for major events. And that's what a major event 'cause but that is that we create blues fest. Two thousand nine hundred three hundred and fifty million dollars in revenue for state and we and we created yeah. There's a lot of a lot coming back to the economy from the festival industry. It's huge profits. You guys mike. Has there been anything about sort of money. Oh you recouping that lost money from blues fest. A few months ago which was cancelled so abruptly for easter that we were somewhat help say anymore due to Nondisclosure data son but we were also told that going forward there would be assistance. And i'm concerned at any point when that doesn't occur because the trickle down effect by putting a major events ends up in the pockets of not only the detainment where because it ends up in the region that you're working in it produces wealth its wealth creation. It's not ended. And it's it's not digging holes in the ground like mining any holes. We digs to put up a tent. Fada cain and i totally understand that you you know you guys are waiting for that recoup costs but i am cain for what the next steps are in the future. Will you be able to function next year. Has the government said okay. Here's what you need to do in order to keep going as a festival. Go on about this to say that my kohl's government last week where all rebuffed meeting alone. I have been fortunate enough to have received a grant from the federal government and that will be applied to next year's blues fist. Because they want a one him major events to occur which is great. Because that's what we wanna do. I'm an event scar. That's what i've been doing this to thirty years. Old i wanna do is be part of bringing back live music at those levels for the public. When it's safe data we all came to sort of get your thoughts on what the sort of next steps off of the industry. So do you feel like it will be vaccine possible. It's what will it be to actually have festivals.

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"lockdowns" Discussed on Hack

Hack

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on Hack

"That still a good measure to go by. Look the the national plan that was built on the dorothy modeling is a good plan. But it's just a plan and lucky. Hey jacomet before from sky most saying that we have to keep going. Because there's a plan. When i flying a plane and another playing came across my course even though i played my trip two weeks ago. I'm still trying to cool off. And i think that's a problem. We have without prime minister at the moment. So do we need. We need to. I think in my view treat what we would have done seventy seen a month ago. More what we'd do eighty percent because we're learning a lot more about the forest and it's even sneakier. unfortunately then we expect so back to New south wales. I'm hoping i'm hoping that they gotta tune this couve and not actually get up to a thousand cases per day. Might they might go over one or two days. But maybe they'll get the five day average tuna because they really are in a tough luck and now five too late. We all know that. But i think the tuning when they tune up. We've we've just Don't research today. We looked at new south wales and we looked at what would happen under a hard. Look down soft lockdown way halfway in between and even for a high lock down for one august when the case two hundred today were taken till the end of october beginning of get back to elimination and for soft account will take to february. And that's even affecting factoring and increasing vaccination rates so we can tell from that with Yussef wiles with that clearly not going to eliminate full they hit eighty percent vaccination coverage so they are pioneering to put a positive spin on pioneering. Looney to the vars victoria. Victoria is another situation. It looks like with tipping. Unfortunately to being new south wales and that we probably don't go to eliminate from because we just go too many mystery cases through many cases and fix out in the community to spot in an already hot down and the second of september which is when we see it. The dates real hard locked down to go to. I can't see the population. You're tolerating hard lockdowns too much longer and we may have out hand forced. 'cause you know the elimination strategy always head of the idea that at some point you would put it to living with the virus and now hand may be forced here in victoria. Three three months ahead of what we would've liked 'cause i'm came to get your thoughts on this text. How will we ever been up to the world if we don't accept leaving with covert. We need to do it as safely as we can. But this isn't going away and we need to change our mindset get vaccinated. What do you think about that idea. Because as we've been thinking zero zero cases day in in some of the premise is still pushing for that. Do we need to shift in our thinking is the prime minister says to be able to leave with cova cases going forward absolutely and here. I agree with the prime minister and the elimination strategy always head as part of its strategy. That from zero to saying with safe enough. Now we'll like to not but the trick is to open up when you really and places like. Wi stuff. australia. Tasmania both places with novartis. At the moment they should really try to keep it zero until they get. In my view to eighty percent of adults and briefly obscene children also vaccinated and then imperfect because once you have those high vaccination rates it's much easier to pivot we pivot and we open up the borders. It's going to be bumpy using the plane metaphor game but it'd be like if we tubulence and we will see up right 'cause vaccinated but you still pick the people will come in. They'll call outbreaks here in the and we we'll see case numbers much higher than what we're used to. But because most of the elderly and the vulnerable vaccinated the mortality morbidity won't be too bad but it is going to be bumpy turbulence. But i'm sure that's what we have to do with it and we get to the destination. Eventually professor appreciate you chatting to us does useful. Yeah wasn't i guess you know the big news that yeah we will have to get vaccinated to get this. Someone says all its sites did what they could to ensure numbers will low or zero scott and then failed as we all vaccinated when you south is out of control and someone else way lagging behind compared to the rest of the world. Pack the law music industry in particular nation is on its knees and on foul on all right. This triple giant avenue dies pot of opening up what we've just been talking about maine's maybe getting back to live music investable. 's but the timeline for that is not being factored into any governments plans and vegetables like blues fest and splendour in the grass a canceling for a second year in a row. The live music industry and musicians have been begging to support throughout the pandemic. We've spoken about it so much on hack. They're worried without the support. We can actually lose people from the music industry as shalala madore reports night pulled. The the vance from woolen gong had just released this banger and had planned a national tour to promote it to just kept expanding it. Was you know it was getting really exciting. It's like wow. We're playing some of the biggest shows in our whole career is a band as lead singer and guitarist jimi explains things are looking really good. I think we got in like six or seven shows and then come to a complete halt again and you know that was twelve months in making the bid for matt tonight yet. Now we're back to square one again so pretty hot breaking. It's not the first time. Covert messed with. The band's touring schedule tomorrow as well the rescheduled. Today's does so much the goes into getting to prepared and for us we've rescheduled loss to elect six or seven times. I don't know about you. But i really miss live music. I miss the crowds and the energy. I even miss the guy who stands a little too close to you in spills beer on your shoes but nearly eighteen months into a global pandemic and we're not even remotely close to being able to experience national tours all lodge festivals again. Go down and there's no doubt that we're going to be the lost. Wants to come back. You know when we start seeing some normality again. Where you know. It's like oh you can have five people out of your house you can. You can stand up at the pump again or whatever it's like. We're still nothing to be playing gigs. Jimmy's worried that might mean up and coming artists. Leave the industry or we're going to say all of us come out of the other side precluded. The music industry was worth nearly two billion dollars a year. A survey of the industry called. I lost my gig. Estimates over sixty four million bucks has been lost in canceled events since july these yup. That's on top of the two hundred million dollars lost in twenty twenty and it's not just musa's themselves who is suffering every facet of whether you be booking agent venue artist rhody merchandise seller thousands and thousands of people out of jobs getting any money. Sean simmons is a booking agent at press play presents. He says the music industry is different from other industries diced business. But i'm affected by every look and that happens around the country in every restriction every capacity reduction in venue that happens Foreclosures that stocks mildest screens moving around the country. And that means the support. The industry needs is different to some really different from someone who owns a store on the corner shop. In victorian they look down for a couple of weeks contract as bad as that ease where just constantly stopping and starting from the only other lockdowns that are happening around the country with sifi beyond a tipping point the industry get back on its fate as quickly as maybe lead anticipated to the point that.

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"lockdowns" Discussed on Hack

Hack

08:03 min | 9 months ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on Hack

"This is an abc podcast. The million dollar question at the moment is when it will curve lockdown stott easing or even stop and governments have been like. Yeah when we get to seventy or eighty percent of the country vaccinated but at. What point will that actually happen. Hello albany dic- we're going to talk about that in a second and we're going to talk to oddest and the festival industry about what support that you need to keep functioning as more live events get cancelled once you get to seventy percent and eighty percent. The plan sits out that we have to move forward on triple jazz. As cases grow in new south. Wales and victoria. The dream of heating zero cases is slowly fading away. According to the prime minister he said because this delta variant is so contagious. It's highly unlikely we'll get back there. As a country and scott morrison's pushing for the states to start relaxing restrictions when we hit seventy percent of eligible people vaccinated but some site leaders are now like norway cases. Adjust to high in places like new south wales for that to work without having dia consequences. I'd love to know what you think. Komi how you feeling about opening up at that stage. Even if they're curved cases around maybe you came to get back to work or travel. Or maybe a worried. because you'll ina vulnerable population one. Three hundred triple five. Three six commute coal. So geneva's has the story the national plan we've developed and grade is a pathway to living with this farce. That is how to live with this virus not to live in fear of it. That's prime minister scott morrison this morning. The plan sits out that we have to move forward. We cannot hold back and we must adjust ammo. Cases will not be the issue. Once we get above seventy percent you south wales where there are now record cases of covert every day has been talking about living with covert for a while now and has continued to back the pam sentiment. Once you get to seventy percent double vaccinations you start to transition and treat code as you would the flu in terms of how you record hospitalizations. Last month all states and territories agreed to begin reopening the country into n lodge scout lockdowns one eighty percent of the population so anyone ever sixteen was vaccinated even if that means we have as numbers but the issue is now creating a bit of a divide between the states. Here's w. i. premium on mcgowan. His state hasn't recorded any carbon cases for ages and he wants to keep it that way. That's not the plan that is not the plan. That is the real threat that that's what they do. That is a real threat to the people of new south wales and the entire country. If they do that there will be. I've run and people will die in large numbers. Po kelly the chief medical officer reckons. That's not the case this is Is something we've been planning for months exactly this sort of situation And we know that our hospitals particularly our intensive care Are ready for this. The critical factor in all of the vaccination because even if we do see high case numbers the chief medical officer says vaccines main hospital rights and deaths will be much lower. We know that one vaccination in itself can protect very strongly against the severe end of the spectrum of disease hospitalization as you admission and unfortunately death we know that the majority of debts and the majority of see icu admissions have been in unvaccinated. It'll passionate vaccinated people and so full. Vaccination is what we're aiming for. So what the youngest raelians think about zero covert versus. Living with covert willis from south australia. And he really isn't sure about the plan. I think we can't afford to live with covert at this point and maybe never which means we have to push zero cases which has been done before and can be done again. He's concerned about how living with covert will impact vulnerable communities opening up right now like gladys for julian wants puts all of those people in danger at least wait until their plans in place to ensure the safety of all the unvaccinated before we let from the in house you swells doesn't exist in a vacuum every day cases rise there other states be putting greater danger. Claudia who leaves. Nwea reckons the hash. Lockdowns and border controls applied their pop and that we now need to start thinking about things differently. I think we are going to have to live with covet. I very see a way out besides vaccination or it will just have to be like a regular flu shot every year. I'm not sure she says look. Downs and border. Controls have had a massive impact on everyone. It can be incredibly isolating because a lot of us have family leave east. My dad's over queens been three occasions this year that he's tried to come visit h time days before he slots there's been an outbreak and he's had to cancel. It doesn't have the luxury of taking two weeks off to corinthian either hero when he goes back to point san. We'll on the other hand things to be a bit more cautious. I appreciate the lockdowns difficult. More difficult. Some than others and others australian states approving delta can be pulled down with lockdowns new south wales being absolutely hurling. Vaccinations into people's arms over the last few weeks. The set has one of the fossils vaccination rates in the world and claudia thinks that vaccination rights really should dictate what happens. I'm really hoping that the country will start to open. Once that seventy to eighty percent vaccination. I went and got my first esters zenica short a few weeks ago and the reason i was so quick to jump on getting vaccinated was because i hope that we are allowed some privileges in that things. Do start to open up when we start heating. Those high of explanation rigs To me i. It's the only way that i see us getting out of this. And we can see it now in europe and in america that they're starting to open up again because they're getting a lot of vaccination on triple j so naked with that story and so many people are getting in touch jessica from newcastle. I'm a dietitian waking in aged can lucky to have had two doses of biza elliott this year. I would love to get back to normal and be able to travel again. But not at the expense of other. People's safety sean. From bendigo feeling a bit more chewed out about it. If the government is satisfied with the efficacy of the vaccines and can guarantee community safety once we reach seventy percent then. That's good enough for me. So professor. tony blankley is an epidemiologist. He's actually been crunching numbers to say when we can get to this stage. Thanks for joining us on hack professor. So if we start opening up as ing lockdowns when seventy to eighty percent of the eligible population of vaccinated. He'll what will actually happen in terms of the spread of the virus and things like hospitalizations and deaths depends on where we're at so for example if we were in a state like w i and they had serious cases and they got the semi seen vaccination coverage of just adults and they opened up. Probably be fine. But if you're a new south wales and you get to see many scenes of just adults and you open up and the daddy case numbers two thousand or side. It would be pretty bad. So the context matters here. The next thing is that seventy percent of adults is only about fifty. Five percent will saw of war australians. 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"lockdowns" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:32 min | 11 months ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Lockdowns ease the baking industry doesn't want to lose your interest as restaurants reopened, so it's pulling out all the stops more from this morning's Jennifer Cash Enka. So you started cooking during the pandemic. Food companies want to make sure you keep it up. More from Ellen Byron of the Wall Street Journal. Ellen Do we know how much cooking specifically baking increased since last spring? We saw shelves of flour be cleared. Millions of people. New bakers hunted online for recipes. And basically this surge, um, reversed years of full sales in the baking aisle. Um, according to a January survey by one market researcher, nearly one third of U. S adults. So that they're baking more often this year than last year, and they plan to continue doing so. Is it dropping off at all of recently? Yeah, it's expected this year. Sales are expected to decline a 6%. These are sales of baking ingredients. Um They're expected. The declined slightly, but that's off of a huge scene in 2020, and it's still expected to be about 17% higher than sales in 2019 white. It was baking more popular than cooking in general, Do we know there's a lot of fun? Theories about why Okay, So first of all, the end result is sweet and delicious, so people like that. But more than that, people reported that baking gave them a sense of relaxation and a fun activity to do with their Children. A lot of people told me that the satisfaction of just Precisely following ingredients, measurements and another directions and a recipe yields usually this predictable result of doing well. An online on social media. There's this flourishing community of support. If something goes wrong, people have fun posting that if something goes right, of course, people love posting that. And so, um, there has been this world, um, of baking that has really thrived over the last year. And, of course, there's so many choices. There's something for everybody if you want to bake and maybe you don't have a sweet tooth. Bread, bread baking surged also during the pandemic. Um but in general, people are able to find something that matches their skill level and their taste. We're speaking with Ellen Byron of the Wall Street Journal. Ellen in your story. I just love the line that cookies are the gateway category. Is that a way to hook kids? Yeah. I mean, companies throughout the baking aisle are really excited about how not only Children but also young adults have, really, um, been drawn to baking, and of course they are working. These companies are working very hard right now to try to hook these new bakers. Into a lifelong habit. Um, but cookies seem to be the area where people are comfortable starting from scratch and following a recipe and then what they what many companies reported that they saw was that the skills progressed, and they could watch that through the types of online less abuse that did very well and as the months went by. More and more sophisticated recipes became more popular. Ellen What are companies doing to whip up interest and keep us speaking and cooking? Well, they have a lot of plans so it mostly centers around new products and new projects. So. Betty Crocker, for example, is rolling out new kits. Um, they're hitting stores right now, and it's all about giving you everything you need in one box. So if you want to make cupcakes with your Children, you've got the cupcake liners. The mix the topping, Um and you can Open the box and have an activity to do. And then there's a lot of new projects. They're hitting, Um, online sites as well. And so, for example, there was an extraordinary bread. Um Project that King Arthur speaking company, which makes the flower put out and that was the way to help bakers just have a project to sink their teeth into was a collection of 12 recipes, and what they found is a lot of people who tried one recipe, then went on to do the other recipes and have that sense of accomplishment. Your story also mentions the fact that people bought a lot of bakeware and things to bake with, so companies are hoping that they will keep using them and not to put him in the back of the cupboard. Yes, that's another big theory that companies are really banking on that this new habit will stick around. Because people invested money in bakeware, and so since they bought it, Hopefully they will keep using it. And another thing that I heard over and over again and talking to Companies is that they point out because the pandemic was 12 months. Even longer. Some of these new habits really became ingrained in people's weeks. And so they're hoping that you know this wasn't just a hack. The people did to pass some time, but rather it became a skill that people are confident doing and be, and it's just part of their weekly routine. That's Wall Street Journal reporter Ellen Byron with this morning's Jennifer Cash Enka 30 minutes now, after the hour on this morning, America's first news.

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"lockdowns" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Lockdowns. You're right. There's one in Sydney through July 9th and then Darwin is in the middle of a 48 hour lockdown. New South Wales Premier. Lot of Burj Achillion says more cases are expected. I also do want to foreshadow that. Given how contagious this strain of the virus is, we do anticipate that in the next few days Case numbers are likely to increase even beyond what we've seen, and Bloomberg's James Thornhill says. This will hurt the count the economy focusing on the on the economic impact numbers around two billion, at least just for that, for the two weeks this is going to this is going to take an economic toll on the country. The case count is relatively low, but the concern is a highly contagious manner of the delta variant. And the still low vaccination roll out the second local Covid 19 Delta cases put Hong Kong officials on heightened alert, with one health experts saying a shopping center in Typo could become a super spreader US. The delta variant is spreading in pockets, Dr Scott Gottlieb on CBS has heard here on, Bloomberg says it appears to be a localized delta variant both geographic and social compartments where you have under vaccination. They don't have a lot of immunity in the population is particularly rural parts in the South. Particularly you're seeing what's happening in Missouri. Right now. We're about 60% of the infections are the delta variant. Yes. So Gottlieb says it will be up to local governments to try and get people vaccinated and or fight the health problems associated with not having the shop and I'm just reading Los Angeles at times story that came up on the Bloomberg That the report now out of California. Here is a delta variant. A variant is spreading fast. They're now saying it makes up 14.5% of the cases in June, up from 4.7. So that's what about a triple. The last, and only foreign scientists who work at the Wuhan lab says the barbs that are being launched about the lab are not what she saw. Daniel Anderson, Australia, virologist worked in the lab from 2016 to 2019 and exclusive Bloomberg interview says Wuhan worked as just a regular lab. There was no chatter of anything. Um scientists of gossipy, um and excited so Here. Nothing strange from my point of view going on at that point that would make you think something's going on here. Yeah, Anderson says what people are saying. It's just not how she saw it. Pentagon says U. S forces have conducted airstrikes against Iranian backed militia groups blamed for drone attacks on U. S personnel and facilities in Iraq. The Pentagon says militia bases in Iraq and Syria are being hit and India's redirected at least 50,000 additional troops to its border with China in an historic shift toward an offensive military posture. Authorities at the Surfside, Florida high rise collapse still classifying the effort there is search and rescue, saying they have world class rescue team will exhaust every possibility to find survivors who were buried, But an emerging concern is a twin building to the one that collapsed. Mayor Charles Burkett says they need to do. An immediate study of that building resolution of that was to Tell the residents what we do give them the option to relocate if they wanted to, and basically get in there and do a top to bottom forensic study of the Mayor Burke, it says nine people are.

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"lockdowns" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Let's go to that tweet for a second and i hesitate to do this and the person who made this. This twitter feed hesitated to do it. But let's put up that. I that i i hesitate posting this harsh reality and one. That's western whispered about but never really put front and center. We're here into this horrible disease. We are making any decision to preserve life in the disease. But we've forgotten about other illnesses and this is a thread of young people who have committed suicide. They have experienced depression and other things that happen particularly with young teens when chemicals and things are getting through their bodies. And what have you after being locked down this. Scroll quickly because we don't want to focus on individual people but just on the sheer number in this thread goes on and on and on and on of young people when the descriptions of what happened to them and how they broke down mentally and emotionally and ended up killing themselves as young as eleven years old. It is just heart wrenching. And in fact let's stop scrolling because it is too much but this is just an example to show you. These are the invisible victims that the media doesn't wanna talk about them. They don't wanna talk about the side effects of what they've done. Unprecedented way and something that even she says not going to have a big effect but we need to talk about it because now as kobe is down over seventy seven percent or the last few weeks it's time to start laying the smoke clear and looking at what they've done yes and talk a little bit more about the medicine..

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"lockdowns" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Are co host annual. Good to see you. How are you this morning. Dr paul doing quite well. Thank you going to start off today with a sad story. Hopefully we can Call attention to a problem. That people will might be motivated to help but we want to talk about a story. Read just last week of a of a girl. Eight years old. That was doing school you know remotely and she was in middle class and she was having a problem and it turned out that The girl was very very disturbed and she When she was asked to describe what the problem the problem turned out that she flat out admitted in tears as she was hungry and had no food to eat. And that's just a tragic story but when you look into it becomes more tragic because is it's a Says it's an incident. That is preventable. It's manmade problem here so We we looked into that. But then we got to talk about this She's a victim. And we're gonna talk about why. She's a victim of the lockdown And all the nonsense going on with with the virus and sort of thing so that's That's that's what we wanted to talk about And and the how many people are invisible until that moment when people described her. Now i think people want to help but but she she was an invisible person. How many others are there. I started making a list. I thought well i'll get. I'll find six or seven examples to make this point that the real damage by lockdown. There's there's been people talking about it. But that isn't what's generally on the mainstream media. They're talking about The people who might suggest that They should obey the government and the lockdown and make sure your Six or eight feet apart and wearing a mask and all that stuff. That's what you hear about but When i started the list. I figure you know. Maybe we'll hear. Six people are six Six incidents as we can talk about But you know what we can't go over. What i what i ended up doing up two pages written of different things that i think is a consequence. A people suffering. You know from from the lockdown. Of course we have been talking about from from the very beginning because it was. It was The furthest thing from a libertarian. Answer to a significant health problem. You know A lot of times more complicated and more serious problem is the more freedom you need to get more opinions and more choices But when it gets near down to a few people or a government to solve all the problems allies. Everything going on. That is bad in when it gets down to about Two people politicians and bureaucrats making all the decisions i. We shouldn't expect things to be solved easily..

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"lockdowns" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"In and talk. Live here on the airwaves, the telephone numbers 632836160632836160 mark with you, Nikolas Mom here and Melanie. And we've been talking quite a bit about the comparisons between the capital siege. The BLM protests, you know, just sort of all around that particular topic, but I really do want to move on, and I think there's some important stuff that we've got to get to so peak, Liss Lockdowns. Newsweek says lockdowns aren't doing anything. What lockdowns aren't doing anything. You mean we went through all of this? The suicides, the spousal abuse that renewed addiction. Oh, Oh, here it is. Newsweek Cove ID lockdowns may have no clear benefit versus other voluntary measures. International study shows, okay. So, Yeah. What are these other measures? One would when what it would ask. I guess we're talking masks and standing 6 ft apart. Well, so, uh, before we get into it, what I what I have heard about this is that they compared you know some of the major, you know, us and mentally and all of that to Sweden and South Korea, which, while all of all of the major countries were saying, this must happen. You have to do this. It's imposed from on high, Sweden said. Yeah, We think it's a good idea. You should. You should probably do some social distancing and all of that. And didn't do you it like, Don't say. Put people in jail or France. Social distancing isn't enforced anywhere that I know off right? Like there's some stickers on the floor of the grocery store. But other than that, I mean, you know you don't you can get close to people. I know. I crossed the street in the jogger didn't like it. So he crossed the street. Um, you know some time ago, and I was like This guy strange so that I crossed the street again, and he ran over the other side made a huffing noise who's really kind of amusing. You know, this guy was nowhere near me. But they didn't call the snitch line to call the cops on you. At least 25 ft from must have been an anarchist and in front of me, I guess he didn't want to kill me. I don't know. Very strange. It was all very strange. I've never seen anything like it. But, um, yeah, Go ahead, please. With you all right. A study Evaluating Cove in 19 responses around the world found that mandatory lockdown. Orders early in the pandemic may not provide significantly more benefits to slowing the spread of the disease than other voluntary measures measures such a social distancing or travel reduction. So this one is specifically about the lockdowns. Which I mean the obvious harm s O, I I do think that the masks are harmful. I do think that encouraging people to stay away from each other is is less harmful but still harmful. But the lockdowns air really, really obvious. I mean, if you look at the increase in suicide rate The increase in the other forms of deaths by despair, Thean crease in insanity. I mean, just across the board lots of real problems. I think the worst part of lockdowns was the early sort of Jabber on the Internet about Don't go outside. If you jog, you will put a swap of death behind you 40 yards long, right like that. Is ridiculous. You know, Like what? It whether or not people get together and cubbies in office buildings all around America. That does not concern me in the least. And in fact, I would say that schools do seem like a place where I don't know every other virus and bacteria gets spread around. You know, I get that maybe we wanna have less of this sort of institutionalization of small group primates. I might be for that. But the very idea that anybody missed one single exercise session. Because of The fear that they might infect somebody else. That was nonsense and ludicrous. What we in fact do need is sunlight and exercise right? And anybody who says anything otherwise is out of their mind. Absolutely true. Uh, And just before I go on to this, I want people to keep in mind that there are tens of millions of people who are facing literal starvation throughout the world now because of these international lockdowns Right. It's not happening in the United States. But you know the food pipeline was slowed down because of these, You know the lockdowns and you know all this mandatory stuff and it's the people on the very ends of it. The people who can least afford a change. We couldn't find food in the store, and some of the prices went up significantly. We kind of get it first. Not necessarily the us specifically with the U. S. And I would imagine parts of Europe rich countries get it first, because we're paying more for it. So if we had trouble getting it Yeah, There's a lot of people that had what they call food insecurity. As a direct result, these things it's I don't know how many are in the United States. I'm curious about those sorts of things. But please go on The peer reviewed study was published in the European Journal of Clinical Investigation on January 5th. And analyzed coronavirus case growth in 10 countries in early 2020. Study compared that's January 5th this year, by the way, okay. This study compared cases in England, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and the U. S. All countries that implemented mandatory lockdown orders and business closures to South Korea and Sweden, which instituted less severe voluntary responses. Named to analyze the effect that less restrictive and more restrictive measures had on changing individual behavior and curbing the transmission of the virus. The researchers used a mathematical model to compare countries that didn't did not enact more restrictive lockdown orders and determined that there was quote no clear, significant beneficial effect of the more restrictive measures on case growth in any country, Unquote Yeah, I, um, first off, I've said over and over again here..

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"lockdowns" Discussed on Political Analytical

Political Analytical

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on Political Analytical

"And we are back from break. Everybody and i think we still have a james tubes who still out and rick. Warren is on the phone line with us. So he's having some technical difficulties with his computer system. But what. I wanna do real quick before we get started. I want to catch up on some of the comments that have been going on while we're on break. Basically let's see. Darren says so that means you have champ aren a in your system and danielle says that's what i'm understanding during says that there's no way i'm getting it and i don't blame you. Danielle says agreed. Guess i need to do some research on that. I want to confirm. I understand exactly what it is. Diana says i got to take off to eat. But i'll follow you all. We appreciate it there. Diana this is on my one of my top subjects. I've said since day one. This whole thing is in regards to mandatory vaccines. I've been following mandates and what's going on with vaccines for the past years. They ran a couple of campaign last year. One of them was real. I d two thousand twenty and vaccinate all twenty twenty where they were planning on vaccinating. All adults biometric records and free education camps for vaccine. Hesitancy while darren says You sound pretty clear now. Warned her name. Rick we got. Diana mccoy says sheds through bodily fluids for up to twenty twenty eight days every type of bodily fluid including urine. So yeah so they'll be able to tell whether you had that or not for sure. Rick what your thoughts and all this. I don't know. I tell you what future what we're looking at. We have governments that. Want to control the wanna telephone l. And how many actually. I never thought in my life that i ever seen something like this transpire. It's a pretty scary situation. James go ahead. i didn't make would recuse say man on this end but So you know before the vaccination You know the you know if you feel like you have symptoms and all this other stuff. I go through this every day. There's pretty much four different tests. You can take To to see if you are active or see if you have been active in a lot of these things that you know. I'll call nurse and they they haven't even heard of a pr the war they don't even know what a pcr stands for. His prowlers chain-reaction woods would is is people need to understand that. When his virus attached any virus attached to sell there's receptors on the cell in virus. Will it has this that attached to your receptors and receptor. See it as a. It's kind of like a firewall on a computer. It says okay. Yeah you're you're good to go the virus into the cell. Okay what a pcr does what is is the most effective Test you can get right because days. The comeback of the fact that it has to show a chain reaction of the virus spreading it s. A show to show that reaction k antigens a so the one thing a pcr is the most effective. If you take an antigen tests What is is is is almost the same thing. But it's non so antigen tests is pretty much a fifty fifty. There's a high rate of failure in a high rate of these things and it's one out of two That show either or so antigen tests out the no. I don't turn in. Anti bodies has a blood sample. they'd take a little poker me finger and it shows if you have antibodies in your system As your body's gonna naturally build antibodies to covid or any other virus After a while and it just shows if you've had it for and then there's an and aa. At naacp okay. That's a quick test. You can get those at walgreens molecular tests it's in the senate gory as a pcr. It's pretty accurate. It's more accurate than antigen tests Highly recommend if you go do any kind of test like i do in order if you for you to come back to my site require a pcr or nwa t test okay. Anything else is not is not good enough. A this is the things people need to look at and and people need to go and research because you you go to your doctor and they say okay well here. Here's an antigens s enough. It really is not good enough because that's one into chance. That test is going to be a false negative or false positive. In the event it is a false positive treated as you are positive. Okay but if you have a false negative you also have a fifty percent chance that you don't like you don't have an accurate test like you say you are positive and I've seen a lot of cases where i work at that. People are asymptomatic bid. They showed no symptoms. Bestest scary part people catch this thing. just like kayleigh mcenany would no symptoms in. You know they can spread this thing. And it's a spreadable fortify day after you or And that's a big problem so if you don't have any symptoms you don't know you're sick. You're walking around coffin. You know and if you're smoking you don't know you talk to smoker's cough somebody's sitting next to you can catch this thing The virus as far as the the vaccine goes. I don't trust in upset it. I said it on here tonight. I don't trusted And i mean. I've never say know faith. Not once unless i was was a little baby and my mom would take on but never signaled flu shop for it gets back. Get drunk and putting them on you and everything else Now yeah i'm much vaccine goes especially seeing all this other stuff coming out.

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"lockdowns" Discussed on Political Analytical

Political Analytical

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on Political Analytical

"Yeah it's the part of your dna strands and she also says a lot of the vaccine. Manufacturers are using a chimpanzee flu virus ninety four to ninety or ninety four point five percent and ninety percent also astrazeneca and pfizer and diana pfizer also. Yup i have my son. I have my son vaccine exempt of physiology philosophically because he added severe reaction fifteen months. There's no way they're vaccinating. Nah i would say not especially with something like that going and also we're going to be mixing it with a chimpanzee in the up here we go so if i can if i were up against the break but there's there's a few things that people need to know that they're not it might take a minute man. We might need a hang onto the next for the next seven because this is something was with this virus bullshit but it has to do with the The the cova tests. And all this other stuff. There's a lot of things people don't know that they're taking a test for and they don't even know what the test is. They just they see and they they said they assume they're okay but they're not So we may need to save that for the next segment. But there's an important people need to know already our coming up on break right now. Excuse me while we're on break. Rick kogan you can do with that are you kidding. See what you can do with your cam cameron phone. We'll we'll be back here. Offense secretions possessively. mr releases. The settings east ninety percents do be.

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"lockdowns" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on PRI's The World

"And brought back a difficult complicated hard memories of hard times. The German government has agreed to give survivors an extra half billion dollars over the next two years the funds will. Go to survivors who aren't already getting pensions from the German government people who have mostly been left out of reparations agreements, people who fled and escaped from the Nazis often just before the Nazis came many of them went to the east of the former Soviet Union and many of them are had what we call double victims, victims of the Nazis and then after the war victims of communism and some of them still in the Soviet Union, many of them, but also in the United States. Most people don't know this but the German government and the claims conference meet every year even when there's not a pandemic to increase reparations and expand the circle of survivors who qualify for them. Gideon Taylor says both sides come to the negotiating table with pretty much the same goal to help as many survivors as they can while they're still alive even despite all the distance and time from the Holocaust, even despite the political changes in Europe generally politically, they're still that core understanding that this is a responsibility, it's not a sentiment that's lost on Holocaust survivors. The German government does voluntarily this survivor is close to my heart. It's my grandfather Jack Rosenthal, the doing an independent country enjoyment it's called Vita. Tonight to. Delight sort of and Jack appreciates it but it's complicated. He gets to payments from the German government reparation for his time in Auschwitz and bulk involved concentration camps and to social security pension for work he did in the ghetto or his family was forced to live but he sees it sort of like blood money I put in for a job at the I don't want to touch that money. I asked him about the new payments. If he thinks the German government should be helping survivors affected by Cova adulting corona virus anything to do it a Holocaust. But on the other hand on the other hand I think. People are responsible for all the survivors for developing Gideon Taylor says, it's not just about the money. It's about honoring the people who help us find strength. Those Hanako survivors are the heroes for us today and we have living among US people who went through the. Then came back and rebuilt it is they remind us that resilience is possible a reminder we always need but especially in a pandemic for the world I'm Sarah Birnbaum. That's our show today. The world comes to you from an and Bill Harris. Studio at G. B. H. in Boston I'm Marco Werman will see you back here.

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"lockdowns" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Livestream. This kid one. There you can hear Gabon's at dislodging the funeral poll from its stand in the museum. He's saying we are leaving with what belongs to us. I've come to recuperate from the Music Lee and I am taking to my house. It is a treasure that belongs to us we're joined now by do bonzes lawyer Hakim Shaggy, he's on the line from Paris hiking. What was your reaction to the verdict? Your client received a fine but no jail time is this a victory Nelson it pass Nipping Victoria Oscar lose use multilated owned you know it's not it's not a victory because the verdict has given poses a problem. Because it considers that an act of simulated theft is essentially an attempted theft. To move say. Everyone knows that the activists entered the museum to create happening so that they would be noticed they paid to go into the museum. Did it in bright daylight the acted in front of the security officers and before the cameras the acted with their faces uncovered. Personae nearly as a staged event so that the entire world would grasp the importance of the issues of the theft and restitution of African Cultural Property. So what message do you think this trial the verdict sense to the world about how we should reckon with past colonialism and racism and injustice. Charged something to present cosmic to me. It seems that the most important message to communicate is that in order to put a stop to a rather repair the inequalities of the past, well, we must first repair the inequalities of the past in order to right the wrongs of the. Pool. Scene Talk you crystal. Let's tell typically keeps poll that was stolen, which comes from Chad. For the inhabitants of Chad, it holds the soul of a deceased person. And as long as it doesn't rest in the earth, the dead one soul inside the statuette cannot rest in peace. For the French exhibit, this statuette and charge for the visit. Thereby financially exploiting the visit for them. It's just a piece of wood that is a cultural item that comes from far away. Before Africans it's the soul of a human that is between heaven and earth. Does Yang New Year old cop. So there's a different understanding that poses a problem and that is truly the continuation of. That people suffer from today. And I believe that the primary message is that we should all of us Africans, Europeans Westerners look at our history together and look right in the face. There have been crimes committed, there have been abuses there have been rapes, there have been thefts everything's been done. We can repair this and move on. Menu. Portfolio. Hitachi slow episode Today France doesn't WanNa do it. I'm curious this incident at the music only had happened twenty years ago. How do you think the French justice system French society would have reacted issue messy destroyed plus Kinky for that question because it's extremely pertinent. If this were twenty years ago, he would have gone to prison. Very. Simply, twenty years ago. The dominant class in France that was in charge of the institutions that was in power was of an age had generally been familiar with decolonization, and notably, this is very important to understand for the French the Jerry more. The ALGIERIAN were up until today is a national cultural trauma and that's all the more true because there's a very strong Algerian communion. France. Community of. India volatile. Years, ago, the mentality was such that you have never found a judge and even less president of the court who would have said as the president did. That there's no problem talking about France Africa. There's no problem talking about colonialism. Twenty years ago they could never said that don't. Don't Nibiru, show them thirty. So there is an evolution in our mentality on such questions. We aren't there yet but it will come. But today's generation has decided not to wait any longer, and that's fundamentally why they take actions that may appear shocking such as a statuette in a museum. So, parents, triples music is she to during their crossing limits today simply to express the fact that they won't wait any longer. Kim Shaggy is a lawyer who represented Congolese. Activist was Zulu. Deanza. Who stood trial for attempting to steal an African artifacts from a Paris Museum at came. Thank you very much for your time and for explaining this to us, you'll wake up. In the race to develop vaccines and treatments for covid nineteen, there have been some recent hiccups on Monday, Johnson and Johnson announced it had halted a large scale trial of its covid vaccine candidate US testing. A vaccine being developed by Astra Zeneca is still on hold after that trial was pause last month for more on what all these pauses mean let me turn to polly Roy. She's a professor and chair of variety at the London School of Hygiene and tropical medicine. She joins us from London a Professor Roy let's take the announcement this week from Johnson and Johnson which concerned vaccine trial what's your reading of what happened there? Any vaccines for any vaccine large-scale some people will react. It is actually normal and it should show the vaccine he's working and it is good that deposit trying to find out exactly what is the reason and it could be for. So he's not necessarily direct fall to backsitting itself. What about Astra's? Issue is the same issue because they they did a large scale also very carefully step by step a very transparent. And exactly same thing happened. So I don't find that Israeli issue early. So there is still a lot of vaccine skepticism out there. How do you get over that? While all these hiccups are happening along the way which you say are totally normal. It's totally normal if you did not have any hiccup that miss you. May. Not. Be Really that good. It's not very walking. It'll have a different reaction to different people men thing is the. Probably, the majority people will not have any reaction. Professor, Roy as a scientist what you want the public to better understand when it comes to these vaccine trials, you have to convince them that how we got the vaccine so good in small part, for example, or yellow fever of course, initially was a problem to convince people. have to understand this fundamental issues. Vaccine is the key for stock in infectious disease, and this is the time we can make save vaccine defiantly because the sciences. So advance at that's the key message every heard they should understand. But this better to go step by step. Transparent knowledge for everybody at the state. What's great? To educate people why did vaccine properly? If you can explain each vaccine what type there what danger they could be people who understand not everybody to be signed precise these to make others undestood. Each vaccines working and whether they do any calming their body or not whether they have any feature affect of not by the main goal is old is vaccines are trying to make strong antibody. We dot making too much side effect that is the idea that we have but you kind of Josh this other thing you have to many people as far as a timeline for vaccine. Do you see perhaps a strong candidate is release and then maybe gets adjusted along the way perhaps leading to a a a better vaccine or maybe a booster Yes because that's the case for most of the vaccine, they started a think about do the same way polio vaccine because you started the what is the best available that time and then improve with a different design because learning every day once they do the oldest triumph no there what's happening side than what should we avoid polly Roy is a professor and chair of variety at the London School of Hygiene and tropical medicine she's been speaking with us from London Professor Roy. Thank you very much. Very welcome. We've seen how the pandemic has been especially cruel older people that includes a group that's already lived through extraordinary suffering Ho cost survivors, Germany says it will now pay more than six hundred, million dollars to them aid specifically for Holocaust survivors on the poverty line who are now trying to cope with a deadly disease. The world. Sarah Birnbaum has our story. Germany has been paying reparations to Holocaust survivors for nearly seventy years. It's paid out more than eighty billion dollars, and that amount is about to get higher Gideon Taylor of the claims conference which negotiates with Germany on behalf of survivors says, the Corona virus poses unique challenges to Holocaust survivors. Suddenly this global pandemic came.

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"Roy Do you see this economic slowdown affecting the State Budget in Michigan? So we anticipate will probably have a three billion dollar wall in the current fiscal year. That's a big deal. And that's not unique to Michigan at is something that my colleagues across the country and I spent a lot of energy on trying to get the feds to give us the flexibility. We need and to give states additional support in the upcoming supplemental. Every one of us is going to have to make tough decisions in this moment. And the more flexibility assistance. We can get them the federal government the better because Colbert nineteen has wreaked havoc on all of our economies. What kind of tough decisions as it relates to the state budget? Are you having to face now or you think you have to make soon? While we've already done some belt-tightening I've got my cabinet starting to assess their individual budgets. I am working with our state employees. We've had some furlough happening already. We know that the three billion dollar price tag if that's truly what are shortfall and and we don't get the assistance we need from. The federal government will be devastating. We've got five months left in this budget year in which to make that up in and so that's additional pressures and so there are a lot of unknowns in I'm hopeful to have some assurances from the Federal Government Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell had suggested that stage should be able to declare bankruptcy. What do you think of that? I think that's dangerous. I can that it's not particularly. Well thought out that my friend and colleague Governor. Cuomo put it better than anyone else could about. You know what that would mean for the future of our country what it would mean for people. The strength of American eyes of the world to let states go bankrupt. I mean it may be. It was an off the cuff remark. I certainly hope that it's not a strategy because it would be devastating presses. The Asian. What do you think the federal government should be doing to help states? You mentioned giving them the flexibility. But what do you think exactly would be helpful? I think that there's a lot of things that the federal government could do a national strategy around the supply chain. Something that's really important. A national strategy around manufacturing the fact that slobs or manufactured in Italy and that and ninety five masks are manufactured in China by and large we need to make sure that we are focused on rebuilding manufacturing in our country. We also I think would benefit from a national policy strategy. Instead of having states have a patchwork of policies based on who the governor's and think these were all shortcomings but I would just recognize that now we're going to need a lot of assistance as individual states and it is really incumbent on the federal government to be there for US especially in in times like these one. We've paid a dear price for. I think what could have been a lot more planning on the on the National Vice President Mike Pence said that the White House is considering winding down the krona virus. Task Force. Do you think that now's the right time? No I mean the crow viruses here for for the future. I mean this is going to be here for a long time till we have a vaccine until we have got immunity built up till we get serological tests that can tell us whether or not the same unity lasts for a period of time. And who hasn't and there's so many unknowns and to start talking about wrapping up this task force says it's premature and I think it flies in the face a lot. The experts have told us in terms of how long are we going to be dealing with Kobe? Nineteen what do you think it'll mean for your state if there's not a centralized group at the White House. Helping coordinate the nationwide response. Well I think as difficult as it's spend to get access to all of these implements that are critical component of attesting. It'll be even harder. I think that it's been good to have a primary point of contact once we need help from FEMA or the Army Corps of Engineers etc and so to wrap it up prematurely I think would be declaring victory too early. We have to get through the fall at the very least and that would be my hope that they keep intact through them this morning. President Trump said the task force wasn't being dismantled. But that is focused would be changing more toward reopening the economy and developing a vaccine. Meanwhile in Michigan the economic damage is becoming more clear on Tuesday. Detroit Carmaker Fiat. Chrysler said lost almost two billion dollars last quarter and Ford projected. It would lose five billion dollars in the coming.

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10:39 min | 2 years ago

"lockdowns" Discussed on The Journal.

"Are You WANNA closet? I am I mean my wife's closet. Yeah she has a fabulous look. We'll tell her you said that the best thing about it is that the acoustics are great. I must say Nice. Well Yeah I mean yeah it doesn't it doesn't reverberate with all the clothes exactly where where are you. I am in the library of the governor's residence okay. Have you been working from home most days? Yes Governor Whitmer. State has the third highest turnovers deaths in the country. It's also been suffering economically it's auto sector has been hit especially hard after a slow recovery from the two thousand eight crash. I think that we've made more announcements in terms of auto jobs in the first fifteen months of me being an office and we had in decades and now of course all of that is in jeopardy and I think about the Auto Sector. We know that the whole world was moving toward connected shared vehicles. Now we still move toward shared vehicles after our experiences. Cova nineteen thing. That's a big unknown. It may or may not be good for the auto industry and I think that's something that we will be grappling with as a globe but certainly here in Michigan. That's something that will impact where we are headed a lot of people in the United States and around the world right now talk about the trade offs between public health and economic health. I think Michigan. Right now has somewhere in the ballpark of forty thousand confirmed corona virus cases in four thousand deaths. But at the same time. There's roughly I think. A quarter of Michigan's workforce that is without jobs right. Now how do you view the trade off between those two things? I get very uncomfortable even talking about it as a trade off. I think that it's really incumbent. On leaders to make decisions with the best science and the best data we know that prematurely reengaging will create a second wave that will have greater economic devastation associated with it on top of course the paramount concern of loss of life in so as we are navigating these next steps. I think it's really important that we stay tethered to the epidemiology. The science the building out of our public health systems to ensure that as Cova nineteen presents were able to keep it from community spread. That overtakes our state where we would have to go back into a stay home order. That's what we want to avoid at all costs and I think regardless of how you feel about the decisions that have made to. This date am hopeful everyone can be unified around the physician that none of us wants to do this again later. This year looking at the science is something. Governor Whitman talks about nearly every time someone asks her about reopening but businesses are wondering how Michigan uses that science to determine what can open or not. The governor has said. There's a list of things. She considers asking the questions of you know what was the nature of the work is indoors or outdoors. Does the interface directly with the public or not Is there are there implements associated with the work where people are using the same machinery or tools? These are all important questions that go into assessing the level of risk associated with different aspects of our economy. The lower risk ones are the things that come online. I but the work that we're doing his hand in hand with industry leaders and public health experts are. Is there anything that your public health advisers have recommended that the state does that? You have decided not to do because you worried that the economic impact would be to significant well. There's I think that there's always tension between the public health experts and industry experts who are of course eager to get back to work and there's so much that we don't know about this fire. Sorry My dog concern was your dog's name Kevin Kevin. I like that. Yeah so happens when you're teenagers. Name your dog. I mean the nature of this virus is that it's novel we know so much more about it and our ability to combat it. We've learned so much in the last month. Between now and the next month that passes or knowledge will have grown so much. I mean. We're now in the moment where Pfizer's starting to produce vaccines here in Michigan. They're testing them on on people. They've got the first trials started. We're learning at such a rapid pace and I think the epidemiologists naturally say there are so many unknowns that it's hard to set dates and know that we're going to be able to meet them and yet industry wants to see what the path looks like and so there is that tension I wouldn't say that they're mutually exclusive. But that's always the tension and and that's what we're trying to navigate. I think the public health experts would say. Let's just stay in a stay at home posture for the time. Being with an end date and my judgment was that that would be too much for people to accept that the psychology of being in this moment is that is a moment and that eventually life will resume and so to have it unending. I thought it would be harder to take than if we had to do. Some short extensions but even with an dates which is currently set for May Fifteenth. Some in Michigan are having a hard time with the state home mortars people have expressed anger at the government. I by creating a giant traffic jam and then by rallying on foot around the capital with some protesters even carrying firearms into the State House. An argument that many of the protesters made was that Governor. Whitman's orders had gone too far and violated their individual liberties the viruses here. It's going to be here so we need to get out and live our lives in quit taking. Our economy deepened to socialism. It's time to let people go back to a dance. All there is to. Did you anticipate when you made some of the state home orders and when you did close some of the businesses which I think were more intense than some other states. Did you anticipate that people in Michigan would protest and push back in the way that they have so we had to be more aggressive because our experience with covert nineteen was worse? Michigan is the tenth most populous state in the nation and we have the third highest number of deaths and so it was important for us to be more aggressive. I knew also. There was an organized effort to start riling people up and organizing a protest with the representation of different advocacy groups there. It was clearly a very political action that was taken. It is along the traditional partisan lines and it wasn't a surprise to me that it felt more like a rally than Statement of people who are unhappy about the state home order when it was unfortunate. Because it's congregating like that without wearing masks or protective equipment and getting close to one another and touching one another is precisely how Cova nineteen spreads and so the rally in and of itself might be the one thing that keeps us in a need to have a stay home order which is a sad irony. How does that factor into your decisions going forward? Because obviously the success of any of these measures depends on whether or not people follow them or not and what we're seeing from some of these protesters as you say some of them are not following. So how can you connect with those groups to get them to go along with the suggestions that you're making well? The vast majority of people are doing the right thing. I mean or a state of almost ten million people. We've seen you know hundreds. Maybe a thousand people show up at the. Capitol. They're loud. They are making a statement and they got a lot of coverage but it's a fraction of the number of people in the state when people stay home. You see the curve flatten mess precisely what's happened in Michigan. We're at a plant Ho. We are at a fraction of where we thought we would be in terms of culpa nineteen and that demonstration was a slim minority of people in the state. The real story here is that most people are doing what we need to do. And it's making a difference in saving lives. It does not just protesters. Though there are Republican lawmakers that are saying that these measures are effectively killing the economy and the the state is lifting the restrictions. Too slowly. How do you respond to that? Why I've been sharing the data. I think that it's really important that we we not give into political agendas and we follow the public out. We follow the science and we crunch the data. We have a strategy going forward to mitigate risk. It's easy to say let's just reopened. People are tired of this. The hard work is understanding where we can safely re-engage measuring it along the way and making sure that it's safe to turn the dial a little bit more. We know that a second wave can be more deadly and more economically devastating. And the first and so we've got to be really smart about it and I'm not gonNA listen to polls and politicians and tweets to make decisions. I'm going to be listening to our epidemiologists working with our business community and making sure that we've got smart reengagement agenda so that we avoid a second wave and start to reengage sectors of our economy where there's lower risk far. The state has allowed some non essential things to reopen. Like can start selling flowers again and people can start. Motor-boating engulfing Michigan residents will also be allowed to travel to their second homes and Construction. Projects can start backup. But this slow. Reopening could impact the long term future of the state's finances things like pension funds social programs in school budgets are all now under threat that threat after the break.

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