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"london united kingdom" Discussed on Bad On Paper

Bad On Paper

14:26 min | 5 months ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on Bad On Paper

"A different experience. My partner and I have been together. I think this is week. Eleven for us because we were actually on vacations at the two weeks and then we got back on how to start self quarantining because we went Thailand so everyone was like you need scorn team And so we now are in this very weird state of play and this week. I'm cleaning great. Last week was an interesting. Turbulent Week Ordinal old good. I think anyone who works from home will sympathize with the fact that not much about my working day today has changed But my more my customer life is is very different. But you know we're all in this together. I work from home usually but I feel like it feels different. Like somebody telling you that you can't leave versus just not leaving because you're working it. It feels different. I feel sturt crazier. Yeah agreed way tools for the audience. Where are you quarantining? I am in London United Kingdom. When are things like in the UK? Right now I mean we have had all sorts of ups and downs our Prime Minister Corona which was really tense Obviously lead you like our was going to happen my brother I'm old sidewalks for the NHS idea a lot more about what it's like in the healthcare system at the moment morale definitely. I mean in a big city. It's hard and I'm show you guys find this in New York as well. Light does not loads of outdoor space it. It's it's hard but when really pulling together in trying to help each other out as we have this thing. He I if you know about in in the states every Thursday night at eight PM as everybody has to stunned outside the houses and clap on Chia and banged drums and buying umbrians and everything and you can hear it all across the country. And it's just symbolized that we're all uniting together to Chia on our health workers on the windows of everyone's houses children of tainted rainbows and the rainbows symbolize happiness. And hope and so when you walk around the cities and when you walk around villages you can see rainbows in all the windows and it means that we're all together. Monroe uniting his lawn. I love that here. We have seven o'clock every single night. There's clapping and pots and pans on for the health. Care workers to every single night and English people away too introverted. Yeah I don't think everyone does it but it's it's definitely like you can hear like seven o'clock it starts yup so good so good so we are you getting dressed every day. Yes I'm that is something that I learned as years ago about working from. Hey I went from a job where I was always in studios on always working on. Tv sets in and out of celebrity homes on aeroplanes during cockpit tons of my clients to then having to find a space to do laptop work and to do business. What when we were working on Alla Paradise and when we started hard is so I had. Why am I live shining moment where I realized actually getting dressed every morning? Make such a huge difference to your day. Just because you're working from home doesn't mean that you stop like stop that day to day living and I realized that if I stayed in my PJ's all day. I was not reducted so I now have this whole routine where I wake up. I have to make the bed. I have to have a shower and a half on a look in order to be productive. Some of these looks. I used the word. Look Larry loosely. Some of them like I'll get to the end of the day but a what are you wearing and be as if you own this like these. Are My clothes like? Hey you in on C. Dress I wanted this and I'm like no no no I own this. I'm on my other. Hav is actually learn. And you know you've got to get dressed in order to be productive so seem that also means you're keeping up on your Tan. I literally ton I timed yesterday because I was having a day where I just wasn't feeling great and so on Hilarious last night. Still statements today to me on anybody else. I actually don't really care what anybody thinks about me. That's me I have two ton in order for the voices the little voice in my head. That guy's Today in order for that to get away I make sure time because it makes me feel so much more confident in my sow and love that What ten products do you personally use? I'm always curious. So my buddy are use olive paradise Ultra I leave on for one hour. Forty five minutes. It is just the optimum time my stand and I realized that that may sound very anal in. I'm but I'm a virgo precise and I'm so my face. Eitan with The Greek will. I don't like having a really dog face. The greenwalds yeah is it hides redness and it gives my complexion this really. Nice Golo. Yeah had to ask. And it'll you're in good company here a virgo and I'm a libra but I'm very custody. Libro with Virgo tendencies. Libra is a good crowd. Lever and Virgo. Libra are the best people. I I read about Burgos where I was like. You know I'm I'm usually right. And then some of us like that is a classic logo traits to televise. That you are right I was well. I am right though I feel so we? We're both so curious about your career and how you started Isla Paradise. Can you like walk us through how you got where you are today from high school or College graduation to now so? I had a very unconventional schooling for somebody who works in my job as a creative. With in the cosmetic industry I went to bury regimented. Oldboy school Semi teenage as well actually quite lost in. I didn't really realize that. Corinne beauty even existed until my early Wednesdays as I studied fashion at University. It was the closest thing to the area of working in. I could get to then in that magazines. I worked in PR agencies. I did the rounds. And then I met Willie rump delay. I met a celebrity faceless could Nikola jaws now Mikkola has clients like Meghan Markle Julia Roberts. Tape Blanchett's Mugabe as she does the law and we met on a shoots and I was instantly just in or of her. She just has this incredible presence. She really believes we shot. I believe sexually like bt is not necessarily about the end finish. It's about the process and about the feeling that it brings to a client and so I said I'm feeling a little bit lost in my career. I don't really know what I'm doing. And she said why. Don't you just train with me? And shontae May and eventually she said I think you would be a really really good spice on a and I was like Bitch Walt as like. Are you kidding? Many of us. I've been the best I can write magazine close. I I said No. No no tonight. Listen you got what it takes to make other people feel Naked you just have this warm about on the at the time. I've I've just was not finding anything that sticks. I really learned valuable lesson that you know when you're trying to find a career that's right to you. You shouldn't think about the voices of the sense in your head that think success looks like Xyz ads because that doesn't exist. All I did was fully something that felt good and I was like. This is making me happy on if I'm going to keep doing this and I'm gonNA keep being happy sweet and so I saw its humming a couple of clients haven there. I'd Thomson of Niklas Clients Eitan. A couple of people here in about an stayed in scholley like people passed on my name and I started Jane towns three months after I started that I actually had a bit of A. I like to think that the universe collided in Chuck's me. A favor and I was timing. Make Apologize Natalia. Now and she after the time said you know that you are really really good at tiny and I was. I know I know that I mean I've seen many complaints but I thought it was. Stunning is like no you. Just don't mess it up. And she said listen. I am the head. Makeup artists on the x factor. And I would love it if you would think about coming in joining my team. I've been telling three months. I Need Jack Shit about working in TV about working with any of that for okay. Yes now. I was still holding down a Monday to Friday job. I was telling my bad times some extra cash and so I worked seven days a week festival months and in the in the weekdays in like really boring meetings about stuff. I didn't care about the weekends I was looking lady Gaga in studios on meeting By none so much on that job. I made a lot of mistakes but I learn about in about TV about lights about Kate's about working. The so many different types of people once worked a job like that. You meet a lot of people and your name gets passed around somebody who doesn't gossip. He's pretty easy. Going does a great job. I'm so then. I started working with most celebrities and picking up big clients and picking up. You know people like Kate. Moss and Shannon Miller I was. I'm lacking backstays. Nikola on Fashion Week Milan Tyrez New York London and then had a call from dancing with the stars in the UK. And they said this time we hear you all the person to give amazing spray tons. That don't look orange and we've got this real problem here in England where I'll show is known are in space hunts. We don't want to be named to that and I was. I okay so I signed with them and I am not shaved. Three is on when you're on a show like that you work with stem types of every type so you have got light skin-tight dots. Intense body shapes all sizes dry skin hydrated skin sometimes pregnant skin. You've got the law on once you've done that you learn everything there is to possibly know about town so them from that show I caps work a little bit more a little bit more my kids by this time you have to imagine as a virgo. My markets were massive. I was so obsessed with getting that texture and the final finish up the color of the skin. But my I was driving my friend. She's take the conclusively a out. Because I was driving a market and I had a huge like Cau- look like and I would welcome to these days. They'll be suitcases an assistance and I was like I literally. I looked like a maniac. I've got so many products. Why using this many products. That has to be a simpler way. I'm Bennett. I realized that if I didn't make a of brands that people at home we're going to be timing with the only products that was available to them say products that were going to be orange. Streaky patchy smelly and I was working backstage mixing makeup with Thanh to create amazing final. Finish on I had that light bulb moment and I realized that it was my juicy. Ask somebody who has been profiled within the industry as a global leading tanning expert. I literally step up and step forward and make it easier for everyone across the world to apply ton to feel the benefits and not to. Oh God it's this process. This is going to be the one big Old Bowl light sedan. Olive Paradise started. Its journey. What GEARED AT ISLA PARADISE? Start so I'll paradise is a. It's just turned two years old. Okay oh I feel like it's been around for much longer. I don't know why I guess I've been using your products. Since you launch. We announced what seventy people say. Because it's been around for so long like you're it's easy to find exactly and the thing is you know olive paradise yes show. It came from a just a ahead overnight but honestly my whole career might ten years of working with every single type of body is in that bottle say reason those products are so good is because. I've made all the mistakes before when I've been working on sat on jobs I've seen it all. I've loved Nice mistakes. And that's why I partly as so fuss-free nonsense free and gives great results lead. How did you come up with the name? So I'm when you create a brand. I'm show is a bit like when you have a baby. I haven't had a baby at so I don't know when you're picking a name. You literally go through everything. So you'll like could it be called and you start looking at inanimate objects and you're like a grinder. Anything is there anything that? Oh you look at like solid solitaire. Cut Fabric calmly. And you go through these things in your head and I thought you know I need to think about I won this Brown to really cross and what I want to call beliefs today and I thought about how makes me feel.

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"london united kingdom" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:39 min | 8 months ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Com the Supreme Court of the United States heard arguments last week in the first big abortion case since the confirmation of justice is Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch the case is known as June medical services V. Russo it comes from a Louisiana state law passed in two thousand fourteen requiring abortion clinics to have physicians who are recognized with admitting privileges at local hospitals pro abortion advocates are using the case to argue that if a woman has a constitutional right to abortion then she must have a constitutional right to access to abortion it's a very deadly logic pro life Americans seem not yet to understand what's at stake in this case but tellingly the pro abortion side understands it full well the issues at stake are enormous I'm Albert Mohler considering a career in politics consider pepper dines graduate school of public policy America's unique graduate program for leaders learn more at public policy dot property dot EDU this is a life issues with Brad mathas president of life issues institute Heidi crabbers comments were heartbreaking currently London United Kingdom allow supporting babies with down syndrome throughout pregnancy Heidi who has the conditions set the law makes her feel unloved and unwanted and that it's deeply offensive Heidi added her life was just as valuable as anyone else's she's engaged to a young man named James and they're planning a wedding later this year a British abortion advocate actually responded to the debate saying there's no contradiction between defending the rights of people with disabilities waterboarding others Heidi has some advice for parents facing a prenatal diagnosis of down syndrome don't be scared see that there's a person behind the extra chromosome and we wish Heidi and James I'm very happy wedding in life together follow us on Twitter at life issues USA and stay informed more informed than you've ever been portions of America first are brought to you by food for the poor having your vacation so late in the year when everything is settled down we'll use the the top of the list should be the trip of a lifetime to the holy land stand with Israel twenty twenty two I'll be going along with my good buddy guest host Mike Lindell of MyPillow fame join us for an incredible journey through the sights and sounds one of the most important place in the Judeo Christian world.

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"london united kingdom" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

CNN 10 (video)

03:12 min | 11 months ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

"Off The music you know. What time is up? Cordless Zeus and get ready to cross the Atlantic because today's show starts in London United Kingdom..

"london united kingdom" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on KOMO

"Rest of the game with twenty caster call ready to take that call tomorrow at eight o'clock as the dogs take on Arizona on the home of the Huskies thank you both it's now seven twenty morning news in our propellant urine's money update president trump is claiming this for the good things are happening in trade talks with China he tweeted about what he called warmer feelings than in recent past in order that he will be meeting with China's vice premier at the White House this afternoon to quote trump again all it would like to see something significant happened with an exclamation point uncertainty about the ongoing trade war between the US and China has prop to growing concerns in the financial sector what time is running out but there may still be a path to a brexit deal cautiously optimistic may be that's despite the looming deadline following private discussions the leaders of Britain and Ireland now say they spotted a possible route to a deal Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar but those are the Britain want there to be an agreement that's in the interests of our London United Kingdom and the European Union as a whole do you see a pathway that towards an agreement in the coming weeks do a great three plug further on their talks which concentrated on the challenges of customs arrangements timers ABC news London and positive numbers on Wall Street this morning really positive the Dow Jones industrial average is up almost four hundred points that's a gain of about one and a half percent the S. and P. is up forty five points of similar margin and the nasdaq is up one and three quarters percent that's a gain of a hundred thirty eight points coming up in just a moment we'll share a weekend cocktail recipe featuring figs that will make you feel as smart as Newton traffic and weather straight ahead and this morning's Daily News trivia contest the.

"london united kingdom" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Camera released a new TV spot saying he believes is upon a Greg Stumbo had a role in that lawsuit Greg Stumbo even sue to throw me off the ballot and I beat him like a drum in court you think a career politician like Greg Stumbo would have known a little more about the law but then again when you threaten Frankfort swante creatures they do weird things the suit brought on by Joseph Jackson needs the vice president of local five seventy six which has endorsed dumbo Stumbo issued a statement saying that he had nothing to do with the lawsuit and he was not a party to it it's seven oh two it news radio eight forty WHAS we had to South Carolina now that's where the body of a Kentucky woman has been found burned in a ditch the body later identified as thirty one year old Melissa quietness of Frankford was discovered September twentieth in Chester County South Carolina why this had previously been seen in Davie county North Carolina on September seventeenth the Chester County sheriff's office is continuing an investigation into why this is death authorities haven't released any information on a possible suspect in the case anyone with information on why this or her travels to the north and South Carolina area is asked to contact authorities Suzanne Duval these radio eight forty WHAS we go across the country now to Los Angeles where wildfires are kicking up causing major traffic problems in and around the city of angels Alex stone is there LA is crippled right now the flames making a run tens of thousands of people are being impacted by the fire itself then there are many others who are stuck here on the freeways around LA major freeways interstate five part of the four oh five the one eighteen the two ten to fourteen all big freeways that are shut down right now they are parking lots big rigs bumper to bumper no where for them to go it is almost impossible to get in the LA from the northern end of the city we go from California to Britain where they're up against it as well trying to nail in the blue save brexit deal before time runs out consciously optimistic maybe that's despite the looming deadline following private discussions the leaders of Britain and Ireland now say they spotted a possible route to a deal I wish prime minister Leo Varadkar I am now convinced that both are the Britain want there to be an agreement that's in the interests of our London United Kingdom and the European Union as a whole I'd like to see a pathway towards an agreement in the coming weeks do a great reflect further on their talks which concentrated on the challenges of customs arrangements Tom rivers ABC news London and the.

"london united kingdom" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on KNSS

"Warning. FBI warrant you can see Roger dodger air a little bit behind that door. And yes, you know, standard operating procedure for the FBI to show up heavily armed in riot gear like this. So how exactly how exactly did the know about this? Apparently, there was a CNN reporter staking out the grand jury in Washington DC. It wasn't any sort of conspiracy. Which is what Trump sort of implied. They're the best part of this is after Roger stone is actually arrested. He then emerges from the courthouse on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bail giving the Nixon victories. And holds the polish and he's holding his hands up so high they can actually his belly. It's pretty it's pretty fantastic. So it's you know, we live in a wonderful country. What can you say stone is now speaking out he says, he's not going to become a rat. He was on Infowars your source for all great information. If you are a conspiracy theorist, and here's Roger stone, a friend of info wars explaining that. He is not going to rat out. The president. Absurdity? They tried to hurt my position there. It info wars they paid false allegations regarding your compensation to Jerry Coursey. None of that is reflected in the charges. Brought day. These charges are starting to say the least, but they seek to destroy me. Now, he's not wrong. And the chargers are thin. Hey, so here's the part. Roger stone is correct. I think that Roger stone is a sleazeball of the highest magnitude that does not change. The fact the Roger stone is not totally wrong about the thinness of the charges. Here is what the charges say they I review the fact that in may two thousand sixteen the DNC and the D C C C, the democratic congressional campaign committee became aware that they'd been hacked, and that in May June the DNC announced it had been hacked, and then WikiLeaks started releasing all sorts of trenches of emails from the DNC and from John Podesta. So what exactly are the allegations? So the allegations are that by in around June and July of two thousand sixteen Roger stone informed, senior from campaign officials that he had information indicating that WikiLeaks had documents who's released would be damaging to the Clinton campaign. The head. Of WikiLeaks was located at all relevant times at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. United kingdom. After the July twenty seconds two thousand sixteen release stolen DNC emails, by leaks. A senior Trump campaign official was directed to contact stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information WikiLeaks had regarding the Clinton campaign. This is the key sentence of the entire indictments it has political ramifications, but not necessarily legal ramifications. It also suggests that Steve Bannon ratted out Roger stone. That's really what it suggests. Bannon is the senior campaign official who is named in the sentence. It says in the sentence that he was directed to contact stone about any additional releases and other damaging information WikiLeaks had so the implication that is being drawn that Trump may have told Steve Bannon to talk to Roger stone about material that he had gotten from Randy credit card from WikiLeaks. So you can follow all of that. Then that means that there's basically a chain of custody of WikiLeaks material that may have traveled WikiLeaks to to rent credit cards to Roger stone to Steve Bannon to Donald Trump now, they have not proved the link between Trump and Bannon if not proved the link between credit co and WikiLeaks yet have improved any of these of these, and none of that's none of that's actually criminal by the way, you gene, valid law professor at UCLA had an entire piece a couple of years ago in the Washington Post about being given information by foreign sources for use in a campaign, not clear that's illegal. But it does go to the overall political charge that Trump was colluding with Russia and only through working with Russia. Did he win the election? Now again, I don't think that's true. I think that WikiLeaks releases all this material anyway, but it looks. Like generic collusion, if non-criminal collusion, and may implicate Trump's so that's that's the charge that people, and it's not criminal charge. That is the allegation that people are focusing in on stone afterward told the Trump campaign about potential future releases of damaging material by WikiLeaks stone also corresponded with his associates about contacting WikiLeaks in order to obtain additional emails damaging to the Clinton campaign, according to the indictment. So apparently he sends an Email to Randy credit go with the subject line get to Julian Assange and go talk to him. And he emailed him repeatedly about the exchange of information. Apparently, he made public statements repeatedly about how he communicated with Julian Assange and about how he was communicating with WikiLeaks. He also exchanged written communications, including by text message and Email with a person who is probably Jerome Corsi about WikiLeaks. What the head of WikiLeaks plan to do? Again, informing him that he had sort of inside information. Now get none of this is actually criminal right? Knowing what WikiLeaks is going to release and then talking about it is not actually criminal activity, the part that is allegedly criminal activity is twofold, one him lying to law enforcement officials in to him directing others to lie to law enforcement officials, and it is pretty clear, you know, from the actual emails and texts that that at least stone was proclaiming along with Jerome Corsi and others that they had inside knowledge what was happening at WikiLeaks. So for example, the indictment suggests that on or about October first twenty sixteen which was a Saturday persons who that'd be Coursey, San Roger stone. Text messages that stated big news Wednesday. Now pretend you don't know me Hillary's campaign will die this week. So obviously, they thought they had inside information at the very least. And then there was another reference. There is another reference to Steve Bannon, and and other members of the Trump campaign now does this mean necessarily that there's anything criminal happening with campaign know, what it means is that he supposedly lied about a couple of things what are you live out? Well, he caused a letter to be submitted to the house intelligence committee, stating that Roger stone has no documents records or electrically stored information, regardless of form other than those widely available that reasonably could lead to the discovery of facts within the investigations publicly announced parameters. And in other words, he said, I don't have any documents. He did have documents indict him if that's all this comes down to. That's not really all that. That damning frankly, also, well, we'll get we'll get to the other elements of the indictment a second. I want you to have the full flavor of what the indictment says because the media are playing. This is the end of the road for President Trump. And it certainly is not I we need to talk about congress congress. Is obviously out of control Nancy Pelosi is going to blow out the spending proposed the wildest programs. You've ever heard of they're on a mission to thwart our freedom. But to many representatives don't understand how to preserve liberty. And of course, some especially so-called progresses actually wants to diminish it. Now, I'm not expecting folks on the left actually bothered. Learn these things, but that's why you need to know them..

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"london united kingdom" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on KNSS

"Another warning. FBI warrant you can see Roger share a little bit behind that door. And yes, you know, standard operating procedure for the FBI to show up heavily armed in riot gear like this. So how exactly how exactly did Sienna know about this? Apparently, there was a CNN reporter staking out the grand jury in Washington DC. It wasn't any sort of conspiracy. Which is what Trump sort of implied. They're the best part of this is after Roger stone is actually arrested. He then emerges from the courthouse on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bail giving the Nixon victories. And hold that. He's running the polo shirt, and he's holding his hands up so high they can actually seize pretty it's pretty fantastic. So it's you know, we live in a wonderful country. What can you say stone is now speaking out he says, he's not gonna become a rat. He was on info wars your source for all great information. If you are a conspiracy theorist, and here's Roger stone, a friend of info wars explaining that. He is not going to rat out. The president. Uncertainty. They've tried to hurt my position narrative for awards they paid false allegations regarding your compensation to Jerry Coursey. None of that is reflected in the charges. Brought day. These charges are starting to say the least, but they seek to destroy me. Now, he's not wrong. And the chargers are thin. Hey, so here's the part. Roger stone is correct. So I think that Roger stone is a sleazeball of the highest magnitude that does not change. The fact the Roger stone is not totally wrong about the thinness of the charges. Here is what the charges say they I review the fact that in may two thousand sixteen the DNC and the D C C C, the democratic congressional campaign committee became aware that they'd been hacked, and that in May June DNC announced it had been hacked, and then WikiLeaks started releasing all sorts of trenches of emails from the DNC and from John Podesta. So what exactly are the allegations? So the allegations are that by June. July twenty sixteen. Roger stone informed senior from campaign officials that he had information indicating that WikiLeaks documents who's released would be damaging to the Clinton campaign. The head of WikiLeaks was located at all relevant times at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. United kingdom. Says after the July twenty seconds two thousand sixteen release have stolen GNC emails by WikiLeaks. A senior Trump campaign official was directed to contact stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information WikiLeaks had regarding the Clinton campaign. This is the key sentence of the entire indictments it has political ramifications, but not necessarily legal ramifications. It also suggests that Steve Bannon ratted out Roger stone, really what it suggests that Steve Bannon is the senior campaign official who is named in the sentence. It says in the sentence that he was directed to contact stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information WikiLeaks had. So the implication that is being drawn is that Trump may have told Steve Bannon to talk to Roger stone about material that he had gotten from Randy credit co from WikiLeaks. So you can follow all of that. Then that means that there's basically a chain of custody of WikiLeaks material that may have traveled WikiLeaks to to the credit cards Roger stone, Steve Bannon to Donald Trump now they have not proved the link between Trump and Bannon, they have not proved. Link between credit co WikiLeaks, yet, they haven't proved any of these of these none of that's none of that's actually criminal by the way, you, gene. Law professor at UCLA had an entire piece a couple of years ago in the Washington Post about being given information by foreign sources for use in a campaign, not clear that's illegal. But it does go to the overall political charge that Trump was colluding with Russia and only through working with Russia. Did he win the election? Now again, I don't think that's true. I think that WikiLeaks releases all this material anyway, but it looks like generic collusion if non-criminal collusion end may implicate Trump's, and that's that's the charge that people, and it's not criminal charge. That is the allegation that people are focusing in on stone afterward told the Trump campaign about potential future releases of damaging material by WikiLeaks stone also corresponded with his associates about contacting WikiLeaks in order to obtain additional emails damaging to the Clinton campaign, according to the indictment. So apparently he sends an Email to Randy credit go with the subject line get to Julian Assange and go talk to him. And he emailed him repeatedly about the exchange of information. Apparently he made. Statements repeatedly about how he communicated with Julian Assange about how he was communicating with WikiLeaks. He also exchanged written communications, including by text message in Email with a person who's probably Jerome Corsi about WikiLeaks. And what the head of WikiLeaks plan to do. Again, informing him that he had sort of inside information. Now, get none of this is actually criminal right knowing what WikiLeaks is going to release and then talking about it is not actually criminal activity, the part that is allegedly criminal activity is twofold, one him lying to law enforcement officials in to him directing others to lie to law enforcement officials, and it is pretty clear, you know, from the actual emails and texts that that at least stone was proclaiming along with Jerome Corsi others that they had inside knowledge what was happening at WikiLeaks. So for example, the indictment suggests that on or about October first two thousand sixteen which was a Saturday person to be Coursey sent Roger stone. Text messages that stated big news Wednesday. Now pretend you don't know me. Hillary's campaign will die this week. Hey, so obviously, they thought they had inside information at the very least. And then there was another reference. There is another reference to to Steve Bannon, and and other members of the Trump campaign now does this mean necessarily that there's anything criminal happening with campaign know, what it means is that he supposedly lied about a couple of things what are you live out? Well, he caused a letter to be submitted to the house intelligence committee, stating that Roger stone has no documents records or electrically stored information, regardless of form other than those widely available that reasonably could lead to the discovery of facts within the investigations publicly announced parameters. And in other words, he said, I don't have any documents. He did have documents indict him if that's all this comes down to. That's not really all that. That damning. Frankly, also, we'll we'll get we'll get to the other elements of the indictment a second. I want you to have the full flavor of what the indictment says because the media are playing. This is the end of the road for President Trump. And it certainly is not I we need to talk about congress congress. Is obviously out of control Nancy Pelosi is going to blow out the spending proposed the wildest programs. You've ever heard of they're on a mission to thwart our freedom. But to many representatives don't understand how to preserve liberty. And of course, some especially so-called progresses actually wants to diminish it. Now, I'm not expecting folks on the left actually bothered. Learn these things, but that's why you need to know them..

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"london united kingdom" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Now they're about to say another warning. I want you can see Rogers a little bit behind that door. And yes, you know, standard operating procedure for the FBI to show up heavily armed right here like this. So how exactly how exactly did see in the know about this? Apparently, there was a CNN reporter staking out the grand jury in Washington DC. It wasn't any sort of conspiracy. Which is what Trump sort of implied. They're the best part of the zephyr. Roger stone is actually arrested. He then emerges from the courthouse on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bail giving the Nixon victories. And holds the polo shirt. And he's holding his hands up so high they can actually pretty it's pretty fantastic. So it's you know, we live in a wonderful country. What can you say stone is now speaking out he says, he's not going to become a rat. He was on info wars your source for all great information. If you are a conspiracy theorist, and here's Roger stone, a friend of info wars explaining that. He is not going to rat out. The president. Absurdity? They tried to hurt my position narrative for wars. They allegations regarding your compensation to Jerry. None of that is reflected in the charges. Brought day. These charges are starting to say the least. But they destroy me. Now, he's not wrong. And the chargers are thin k so here's the part. Roger stone is correct. I think that Roger stone is a sleazeball of the highest magnitude. That's not change. The fact the Roger stone is not totally wrong about the thinness of the charges. Here is what the charges say they I review the fact that in may two thousand sixteen the DNC and the D C C C, the democratic congressional campaign committee became aware that they'd been hacked and that in mid June, the GNC announced it had been hacked, and then WikiLeaks started releasing all sorts of trenches of emails from the DNC and from John Podesta. So what exactly are the allegations? So the allegations are that by in around June, July of two thousand sixteen Roger stone informed seniors from campaign officials that he had information indicating that WikiLeaks documents whose released would be damaging to the Clinton campaign the head of WikiLeaks was located at all relevant times at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. United kingdom. After the July twenty seconds two thousand sixteen release have stolen GNC emails by WikiLeaks. A senior Trump campaign official was directed to contact stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information with had regarding the Clinton campaign. This is the key sentence of the entire indictments it has political ramifications, but not necessarily legal ramifications. It also suggests that Steve Bannon ratted out Roger stone. That's really what it suggests that Steve Bannon is the senior campaign official who is named in the sentence. It says in the sentence that he was directed to contact stone about any additional releases. And what other damaging information WikiLeaks had? So the implication that is being drawn is that Trump may have told Steve Bannon to talk to Roger stone about material that he had gotten from Randy credit call from WikiLeaks. So you can follow all of that. Then that means that there's basically a chain of custody of WikiLeaks material that may have traveled WikiLeaks to to win credit cards Roger stone to Steve Bannon to Donald Trump now they've not proved the link between Trump and Bannon they've not proved the link between credit co and WikiLeaks yet Evan proved any of these of these none of that's none of us actually criminal by the way, you gene, valid law professor at UCLA had an entire piece a couple of years ago in the Washington Post about being given information by foreign sources for use in a campaign. Not clear that's illegal. But it does go to the overall political charge that Trump was colluding with Russia and only through working with Russia. Did he win the election? Now again, I don't think that's true. I think that WikiLeaks releases all his material anyway, but it looks like generic collusion if non-criminal collusion end may implicate Trump's. So that's that's the. Charge that people, and it's not criminal charge. That is the allegation that people are focusing in on stone afterward told the Trump campaign about potential future releases of damaging material by WikiLeaks stone also corresponded with his associates about contacting Wicky leaks in order to obtain additional emails damaging to the Clinton campaign according to the indictment, so apparently he sent an Email to random credit go with the subject line get to Julian Assange and go talk to him. And he emailed him repeatedly about the exchange of information. Apparently, he made public statements repeatedly about how he communicated with Julian Assange about how he was communicating with WikiLeaks. He also exchanged written communications, including by text message and Email with a person who's probably Jerome Corsi about WikiLeaks. What the head of WikiLeaks plan to do? Again, informing him that he had sort of inside information. Now, get none of this is actually criminal right knowing what WikiLeaks is going to release and then talking about it is not actually criminal activity. The part that is allegedly criminal activity is twofold, one him lying to law enforcement officials to directing others to lie to law enforcement officials. And it is pretty clear, you know, from the actual emails and texts that that at least stone was proclaiming along with Jerome Corsi and others that they had inside knowledge what was happening at WikiLeaks. So for example, the indictment suggests that on or about I've Tober I twenty sixteen which was a Saturday persons who that'd be Coursey, San Roger stone. Text messages that stated big news Wednesday. Now pretend you don't know me Hillary's campaign will die this week. Obviously, they thought they had inside information at the very least. And then there was another reference. There is another reference to to Steve Bannon, and and other members of the Trump campaign. Now, does this mean necessarily that there's anything criminal happening with campaign know, what it means is that he supposedly lied about a couple of things what are you live out? Well, he caused a letter to be submitted to the house intelligence committee, stating that Roger stone has no documents records or electronically stored information, regardless of form other than those widely available that reasonably could lead to the discovery of facts within the investigations publicly announced parameters. In other words, he said, I don't have any documents. He did have documents indict him if that's all this comes down to. That's not really all that damning. Frankly, also, well, we'll get we'll get to the other elements of the incitement a second. I want you to have full flavor of what the indictment says because the media are playing. This is the end of the road for President Trump. And it certainly is not I we need to talk about congress congress. Is obviously out of control Nancy Pelosi is going to blow out the spending propose the wildest programs. You've ever heard of they're on a mission to thwart our freedom. But to many representatives don't understand how to preserve liberty. And of course, some especially so-called progresses actually wants to diminish it. Now, I'm not expecting folks on the left actually bothered. Learn these things, but that's why you need to know them..

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"london united kingdom" Discussed on 790 KABC

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06:39 min | 1 year ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Warning. FBI warrant you can see Roger don't share a little bit behind that door. And yes, you know, standard operating procedure for the FBI to show up heavily armed in riot gear like this. So how exactly how exactly did see in the know about this? Apparently there a CNN reporter staking out the grand jury in Washington DC. It wasn't any sort of conspiracy. Which is what Trump sort of implied. They're the best part of the zephyr. Roger stone is actually arrested. He then emerges from the courthouse on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bail giving Nixon victory. And hold that. He's running the polo shirt, and he's holding his hands up so high that you can actually see his belly. It's pretty it's pretty fantastic. So it's you know, we live in a wonderful country. What can you say stone is now speaking out he says, he's not going to become a rat. He was on Infowars your source for all great information. If you are a conspiracy theorist, and here's Roger stone, a friend of info wars explaining that. He is not going to rat out. The president. Absurdity? They tried to hurt my position narrative for wars. They paid false allegations regarding your compensation to Jerry. None of that is reflected in the charges. Brought today these charges are student to say the least, but they say to destroy me. Now, he's not wrong. And the chargers are thin. Hey, so here's the part. Roger stone is correct. I think that Roger stone is a sleazeball of the highest magnitude. That's not change. The fact the Roger stone is not totally wrong about the thinness of the charges. Here is what the charges say they I review the fact that in may two thousand sixteen the DNC and the D C C C, the democratic congressional campaign committee became aware that they'd been hacked and that in mid June, the DNC announced it had been hacked, and then WikiLeaks started releasing all sorts of trenches of emails from the DNC and from John Podesta. So what exactly are the allegations? So the allegations are that by June and July twenty sixteen Roger stone informed senior from campaign officials that he had information indicating the WikiLeaks documents released would be damaging to the Clinton campaign. The head of what leaks was located at all relevant times at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. United Kingdom after the July. Twenty seconds two thousand sixteen release have stolen GNC emails by WikiLeaks. A senior Trump campaign official was directed to contact stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information WikiLeaks had regarding the Clinton campaign. This is the key sentence of the entire indictment. It has political ramifications, but not necessarily legal ramifications. It also suggests that Steve Bannon ratted out Roger stone. What it suggests Steve Bannon is the senior campaign official who is named in the sentence. It says in the sentence that he was directed to contact stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information WikiLeaks had. So the implication that is being drawn is that Trump may have told Steve Bannon to talk to Roger stone about material that he had gotten from Randy credit co from WikiLeaks. So you can follow all of that. Then that means that there's basically a chain of custody of WikiLeaks material that may have traveled WikiLeaks to to ran credit card. Roger stone to Steve Bannon to Donald Trump now if not proved the link between Trump and Bannon, they've not proved the link between credit co WikiLeaks, yet Evan proved any of these of these none of that's none of that's actually criminal by the way, you gene law professor at UCLA had an entire piece a couple of years ago in the Washington Post about being given information by foreign sources for use in a campaign, not clear that's illegal. But it does go to the overall political charge that Trump was colluding with Russia and only through working with Russia. Did he win the election? Now again, I don't think that's true. I think that WikiLeaks releases all this material anyway, but it looks like generic collusion if non-criminal collusion end may implicate Trump's, and that's that's the charge that people are not criminal charge. That is the allegation that people are focusing in on stone afterward told the Trump campaign about potential future releases of damaging material by WikiLeaks stone also corresponded with his associates about contacting WikiLeaks in order to obtain additional emails damaging to the Clinton campaign. According to the indictment. So apparently, he sent an Email to Randy credit go with the subject line get to Julian Assange can go talk to him. And he emailed him repeatedly about the exchange of information. Apparently, he made public statements repeatedly about how he communicated with Julian Assange about how he was communicating with WikiLeaks. He also exchanged written communications, including by text message and Email with a person who's probably Jerome Corsi about WikiLeaks. And what the head of WikiLeaks plan to do. Again, informing him that he had sort of inside information. Now, again, none of this is actually criminal right knowing what WikiLeaks is going through lease and then talking about it is not actually criminal activity. The part that is allegedly criminal activity is twofold, one him lying to law enforcement officials in to him directing others to lie to enforcement officials. And it is pretty clear, you know, from the actual emails and texts that that at least stone was proclaiming along with Jerome Corsi and others that they had inside knowledge what was happening at WikiLeaks. So for example, the indictment suggests that on or about October first twenty sixteen which was a Saturday persons who that'd be Coursey, San Roger stone. Text messages that stated big news Wednesday. Now pretend you don't know me Hillary's campaign will die this week. Obviously, they thought they had inside information at the very least. And then there was another reference. There is another reference to to Steve Bannon and other members of the Trump campaign. Now, does this mean necessarily that there's anything criminal happening with campaign know, what it means is that he supposedly lied about a couple of things what did he live out? Well, he caused a letter to be submitted to the house intelligence committee, stating that Roger has no documents records or electronically stored information, regardless of form other than those widely available that reasonably could lead to the discovery of facts within the investigations publicly announced parameters. And in other words, he said, I don't have any documents. He did have documents indict him if that's all this comes down to. That's not really all that. That damning. Frankly, also, we'll we'll get we'll get to the other elements of the indictment a second. I want you to have the full flavor of what the incitement says because the media are playing. This is the end of the road for President Trump. And it certainly is not I we need to talk about congress congress. Is obviously out of control Nancy Pelosi is going to blow out the spending proposed the wildest programs. You've ever heard of they're on a mission to thwart our freedom. But to many representatives don't understand how to preserve liberty. And of course, some especially so-called progresses actually wants to diminish it. Now, I'm not expecting folks on the left actually bothered. Learn these things, but that's why you need to know them..

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"london united kingdom" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

14:57 min | 1 year ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That's elder. Joanna Shenandoah with harpist Bambi Niles. She is one wonderful lady. And you can follow for comments on her and others at Twitter and F B. Welcome back to twenty-first-century radio. I'm Dr Bob, and or are executive producer and research assistant coordinator, and our engineer is Anita. Brockton in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight seventy nine eighty my wife doctors a HARA and I traveled to Egypt to establish assist. Sister city relationship with Luke's or and Alexandria Egypt. At the request of our mayor later Governor William Donald Schaefer with the support of Egypt's president Anwar, El Sadat. Dan, Shafer was a great admirer of the pyramids and sphinx later visited Egypt himself where our focus tonight both hours. We'll be Dr Robert shock and Robert devolves book origins of the sphinx published by international international traditions. Now. Robert Duvall who's not going to be with us tonight is a construction engineer earned his higher national diploma at the university of south Bank, London. United Kingdom he worked in many countries in the Middle East and Africa and began studying Egyptology in one thousand nine hundred eighty three the author of numerous bestsellers, including the Orion mystery and black Genesis he lives in Spain. Our guest tonight is of course, Dr Robert Chuck PHD. Dr shock is a full time. Faculty member at Boston University since nineteen Eighty-four he earned his doctorate in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and geology and geophysics at Yale University. In addition to his teaching duties shock serves as the director of the newly established as established institute for the study of the origins of civilization at Boston university's college of general studies now in the early nineteen ninety shock stunned the world with his geological analysis of the great sphinx of Egypt demonstrating that monument. As well as the walls of its enclosure bears, the scars of extreme water weathering and erosion as. Egypt. Egypt has known hyper arid climactic conditions for the past five millennia shock concluded that the monument traces its origins to an earlier pre Sahara ethic and a previously unidentified civilization, thus throwing a monkey wrench into the orthodox view of the rise of civilization back in one thousand nine hundred ninety two brother Robert broke that story here on twenty first century radio. And the last time Robert joined us was to discuss his book forgotten civilization the role of solar outbursts in the in our past and future. Also future. He also published by that by the internet entered national international tradition. Jesus was tonight. Inner traditions friends. I gotta tell you this. We have for the last couple of months, we have been working overtime day and night finishing another book on the yellow submarine and working on the Woodstock bus, which is actually taken on enormous amount of our time right now. Well, that book was dedicated to his beloved wife, by the way forgotten civilization. His beloved wife, Catherine or Katie Ulysses as being the inspiration and driving force behind that book, which could not have been written without her. Now, this is an exaggeration, Bob. And Katie are an extraordinary team, which I admire greatly. Welcome back. Robert. Thank you. Thank you very much for that wonderful introduction. Well, would you please share with us? Just why that book could not be written without Katie. Well, she's not only inspiration, but we discussed everything and actually one of the elements. One of the key element is the solar outburst. They ended the last ice age. And really I would say in many ways we discovered that together. And one of the pieces of the puzzle was that we went to Easter Island. We were actually married on Easter Island. So that's a personal thing. But something that Easter Island has is known as the wrong. Go wrong script and the wrong. Go wrong script has puzzled people for decades actually over a century that it's been known. No one's been able to figure it out. What I have been looking at for much of my career is the end of the last ice age what caused the dramatic catastrophe at the end of the last ice age. What wiped out the civilizations at that time? And we now know in this ties in with the strengths that. There was a cycle of civilization. Mission and high culture at the end of the last ice age. Plasma physicist at Los Alamos National laboratory, Dr Anthony Anthony pirata had started to put together really put together that hat-trick lifts engravings around the world. Record it what people saw in the sky during a major solar outbursts. What's coronal, mass rejections solar flares that type of thing which caused a dramatic changes? The warming at the end of the last ice age in something Katie figure it out and put together was that the not only the petroglyphs petroglyphs on Easter on. But the wrong go wrong. Go script itself reflects this is a record of this. And since then I have to say that colleagues at boss Alamos have confirmed that this is the case. So this all build shop the picture of what was happening twelve thousand approximately twelve thousand years ago because with my rich no work on the Spinks that pushed the date of civilization or earlier cycle of civilization back. I think we'll probably talk about that more. But what is really incredible? And I think also we need to learn from it is that this early cycle civilization was decimated twelve thousand years ago. And we now know the answer to it which was a major solar outburst, which you know, Katie was instrumental in. Putting all the pieces together. And I could say a lot about it. But I mentioned this is not just sort of hold. That was interesting back. Then this could happen again. Well, I'm a geologist things that happened in the past to happen. Come around again. In cycles, repeat? Well, we want to award her a PHD from bull winkles. What's the matter? You have you ever heard of Boeing cO rocking the? Rocking booming chorus. Of course Iraqi and they're good friends of ours. Great. Are. So we'll send her PHD from what's the matter? You with all the other stuff we're going to be sending. She will appreciate this. So now, she can be docked another doctor resumes. The Seahawks for Katie. Yeah. Dr Katie and and nineteen what is this two thousand eighteen I'm telling you sleeping, two and three hours a night and writing all the time is really something. Oh, I mean, I'm in another world right now. I'm so glad I'm so glad to talk to you. Again, this stuff. Important. What was that? I'm sorry. What were you gonna say? Robert, I was going to say the pleasure is mine. No, it's back. That was only a few years ago. I remember there was a time when it went on the air over thirty some years, and there was a time when we haven't heard from you for like ten years or something. Well, well, before we start I want to personally, welcome any new internet listeners that we have attracted tonight and hope you come back for more every week and check out our free archives on I tunes there. It's wonderful to have absolutely free that anyone in the world can finally afford them. And there's a lot of terrific shows over the last thirty one years. Well, Robert briefly, tell us about your new book co authored with Robert Duvall, Robert Bavaro, and I have known each other for we were trying to figure this out. Let's say just around over twenty five years. I would sit I would say and in many ways, you know, we've sort of gone parallel paths. We didn't know each other. When we did our initial. Uh-huh. Work very early work within we met shortly after that probably about ninety to ninety three. And I think I heard was I I on your show ninety two. Yup. With that before the internet leased before the internet was big. That's right. That's the world has changed so much. It's changed terribly much. I'll tell you. Yeah. Hey, really has. But Robert von I have known each other since the early nineties because he independent by an independent him. We're working Egypt. He, of course, is known for the Orion correlation theory, which states in very brief summary, and you can read more about this. The listeners can read more about this in our joint book origin says the sphinx, but the Orion correlation is essentially three great pyramids on the Giza plateau correlate with the belt stars of Orion in the sky, which was ah Cyrus representation for Shiraz, according to Incheon dynastic AGIP, but not only do they correlate. With the belt stars in the sky, but their position relative to the Nile reflects the position of the belt stars of Ryan relative to the Milky Way in the sky, not an old kingdom time circa twenty five hundred BC, but more on the order of ten thousand ten thousand five hundred BC, and this suggested that the ancient Egyptians were thinking about that early period. It caused a lot of ruffles among the Egyptologist and other academics. So he was working on that in at the same time are actually got involved in it shortly after he did I was working on the thinks, I'm a geologist. I'm not doing initially archea astronomy what he was doing was archea, astronomy and astronomical correlations. Looking back in time at these correlations. I have been working on the ground geology. Look at weathering looking at erosion on the sphinx on the keesa plateau. I came to the conclusion before I ever met. Really even knew anything about him that this Finks had been weathered not by wind. But by rain by water this had to put it back into earlier period before the, hyper Eric conditions that we see on the. Sahara today. The Giza plateau is on the edge of the Sahara desert. So this was pushing the sphinx fact, thousands of years just as through archea strana me, he was pushing at least something on the Giza plateau thousands of years, and he couldn't say physically was was, but he could see the correlations, and I was working in Saint physically the sphinx goes back to this earlier period. It turns out based on the geology and other analysis that some of the temples associated with the sphinx go back to this earlier period. So we've been working in parallel we serve in interacting. We were in Bulgaria a few years ago. Spending a week plus together in Bulgaria looking at ancient sites. We had been invited by group fair to lend our expertise his argue astronaut expertise my geological expertise, we're sitting in Bulgaria having dinner just chatting, and we serve don's on us. And he brought up I that. Why don't we do book together on the sphinx on the Giza plateau putting our data together? And has as he's always said to me, you know, it's one thing to have astronomical correlations that go back in time, but you really need physical evidence. So we thought put together my physical evidence with his astronomical correlations to really make the case. I hope for once and for all that no one can deny the origin says this things go back to this much earlier, very remote period. And if to begin to put real dates on it, we're talking ten thousand ten thousand five hundred BC at least. Well, you know that when you were reflecting or discussing the the what was going on above in the heavens. And then what was going on down on earth as well? Wonderful demonstration of as above so below you know, it's it's another form another level of alchemy that was going on, of course, Egypt was famous for that. But it's not usually discussed that way. No, in fact, at least one derivation are one one. And I'm not. I'm not saying this is my expertise, but alchemy comes from outcome. It comes from the Egypt. Right. The name each. I mean, that's where alchemy originated alchemy, whether it's a chemical transformation or spiritual transformation, which of course, both aspects classic dynastic. Earlier Egyptians were very interested in. I mean, not only interested really the transformations is was her prime concern. Indeed. Well, it should be our prime concern ourselves. You know are transforming ourselves from just the physical to the higher levels of consciousness, which I think is a good idea you,.

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08:59 min | 2 years ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Russian state, it's important to state clearly what these campaigns are not about what they're not about is a particular attachment to US domestic political causes for. Not about right or laugh not, about American political philosophy as, the recent Facebook purges reveal the Russian. State has promoted fringe voices on the political left and right Including groups, who advocate, violence the. Storming of federal buildings and the overthrow of the US. Government assistant secretary of state west Mitchell and then foments and finds the causes opposed to those causes Putin's thesis is that the American constitution is an experiment that will fail if it. Is challenged the right way, from within Putin wants. To break apart the American Republic not by influencing elections or two but by systematically inflaming the fault lines within our society accepting as fact is. Absolutely essential for developing a long term response the problem the most dangerous thing in the world we could do is politicize the challenge which in itself would be a gift to. Putin what Russian efforts are about this geopolitics the Putinist systems permanent and self justifying struggle for international dominance as stated by a handbook of the Russian armed forces the. Goal is to quote carry. Out mass psychological campaigns against the, population of a state in order to destabilize society and the government and That state to make decisions in the interests of its opponents doing so involves vaults, toolkit of, subversive statecraft I employed by the Bolshevik and later the Soviet. State upgraded for the digital age the State Department takes this threat very seriously countering it in both over and covert form is among the highest priorities of the bureau, of European and Eurasian affairs as, a co chair of the Russian influence group I work, with general Scaparrotti to bring the combined resources of ER and you. Come to, bear against this problem under leadership all forty nine US missions located. In Europe and Eurasia are required to develop coordinate and execute tailored action plans for rebuffing Russian influence operations in their, host countries within the bureau we recruited one. Of the architects of the global engagement center legislation from. The staff of a member, of this committee we formed a new position the senior adviser for Russia malign activities and trans or Sar Mont A develop cross-regional strategies across offices created a dedicated team to. Take the offensive in publicly exposing Russian malign activities which since January of this year has. Called out the Kremlin on one hundred twelve occasions where now working with our ally the UK to form an international coalition for coordinating efforts in this field and have requested over three hundred and eighty million dollars. In security and economic assistance counts and the president's two thousand nineteen budget we recognize that congress has an important role to. Play in, providing the tools and resources needed to deal with the Russian problem set as secretary Pompeo made clear in his recent testimony we're committed to working with. All of you to make headway against this problem and align our efforts in support of the president's Russia's strategy Mr Chairman thank you. Again for inviting me today, I look forward to your, questions thank, you mister secretary sector, Billingsley Chairman quarter ranking member Menendez and distinguished members of the, committee first of all it's great to. Be back I got my start in Washington sitting on the bench back there some twenty odd years ago and it's fantastic to appear before this committee and thank you for the opportunity. At the outset I will say that those of us in the treasury department share the views that you and the ranking member and many. In the, Senate have expressed regarding the significant and. Continuing national security threat posed the. United States by the Russian federation Continuing occupation, of Crimea per military operations in Ukraine human rights abuses militias cyber attacks on US and allied infrastructure in companies illicit procurement of restricted. US technologies violation of crucial arms control treaties support to the Assad. Regime's barbarism assassination of dissidents and defectors including the unconscionable use of the Nova, shock nerve agent in, London, United Kingdom and ongoing efforts to. Interfere in our, sacrosanct election processes and those. Of our allies are just some of the unacceptable behaviours of the Putin regime countering Russian aggression, is a top priority for the treasury department and consequently the net effect of. Our actions over, the past year and a half is an unprecedented level of financial pressure mounted against the Kremlin it's all dark proxies and key sectors of the Russian economy sedate this administration has applied sanctions on two hundred and twenty three Russia related entities Individuals ranging from you have any promotion and the internet research agencies social media. Troll farms, FSBA and Jerry, you cyber actors to Russia's state owned defense conglomerate Rosoboronexport, which has been supplying billions of, dollars worth of weaponry to the Assad regime additionally treasury has issued findings pursuant to the Patriot, Act to section three eleven against a major Latvian Bank that was, laundering money for listening activities based out of Russia and we have. Engaged globally with partner nations to apply their anti money laundering regimes to target financial flows directly associated with both Russian organized crime and the maligned behavior. Of the, Kremlin Russian aggression is ongoing but the treasury department has demonstrated to Putin and his inner circle that their behaviors will not be tolerated. And they will incur significant costs on April six two thousand eighteen. We sanctioned seven Russian oligarchs who are part of the innermost circle along with Companies that they own or control this included. Oliveira pasta and Victor, vessel Berg as well as Putin's son-in-law Carel Shamanov unlike the previous administration was shied away from targeting these actors we've gone after the big fish rissole controlled, by Darrow pasta. Is the second, largest producer of aluminum and supplier of aluminum in the world As a result of sanctions, Darrow pastas estimated net worth his personal net worth has dropped by more than half. The share price of the holding company that controls resolve was cut likewise by more than half on the London stock exchange on the day we took our actions similarly Victor vessel Berg's personal. Network has dropped by an estimated three billion and his company has now been forced to divest from ventures in Switzerland and, Italy when treasury acted Moscow. Traded stocks experience their biggest. Plunge in years and the ruble slid to its weakest position, since two thousand sixteen and it. Still has not recovered from that in all our measures are. Taking a direct toll on the wealth of the elites who serve as proxies and on, the Russian economy the growth is nearly stagnant foreign direct investment is down there's limited willingness to invest further in their willing gas sector which is fundamental to their economy the cost of borrowing for the. Russian government is way up and the central Bank is increasingly forced to step in and prop up Russian financial institutions nor will we see To ease up we will not ease up for, as long as maligned behavior persists. As an example over the past two weeks we've imposed additional. Costs Russian entities namely we sanctioned a Russian Bank which is facilitated millions of dollars in, transactions from North Korea And we designated a major Russian port operator maritime port operator for providing services to, North Korean flagged vessels and helping to. Evade sanctions this morning about thirty minutes ago we took further. Measures we're designating to Russia's shipping Russia based shipping companies who have been conducting ship to ship transfers of oil. And circumvention of the UN Security Council resolutions and we're blocking six Russian flagged vessels second as part of our ongoing efforts, combat Russian cyber activities we're designating two more individuals and two. Additional companies for, their ongoing support to the Russian FSB for cyber behavior so I think it is clear that the treasury has been given a straightforward mandate to combat Russian aggression at every turn and I sure. The committee that we will continue to do so Mr Chairman I appreciate the. Opportunity to testify before this committee and to answer additional questions on. This matter which. I think we all agree. Is of the utmost importance to, our national security with your permission, I asked that my longer prepared remarks together with a copy Of the concerts section two forty-three report on Russian, illicit financial behavior be submitted for the record and again I. Look forward to, answering questions thank Treasury Secretary Marshall Billingsley of questions and then reserved the rest of my time I I think that the vast majority of this committee and listening to the testimony of the two. Of you would say that this was a very fact based Realistic view of, what is happening and presented by two very sober individuals who understand. Russia, and their actions to be as they are I would ask the question is your testimony today Representative of the mainstream of the administration from top to bottom Yes Senator I believe it is it's also, it also reflects the.

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"london united kingdom" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

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02:49 min | 2 years ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"You're listening to executive leaders radio this your host herb cohen we'd like to introduce market we're partnered hurts back and company mark what is hertz back in company packing company is a cpa and consulting firm and tell me a little bit how large or how small this firmness is we're about one hundred and eighty people with offices just outside baltimore maryland rockville maryland and arlington virginia wow nice nice firm and and where are you from originally originally from london united kingdom you london okay from england how young were you when you came to the united states thirty six and you mentioned when you came to the united states there is a couple of reasons why what were some of those reasons why apart from my wife encouraging us to make the move she's a local girl it was a time in my career where we decided that it's time to make a change what what was the reason for that what was the benefit of the change that you mentioned you were like reinventing yourself i reached a point where yes i want to to get that up by a longtime family business with my father and i wanted to branch out on my own and to really take what i learnt to work yeah you had mentioned earlier that you felt like you and as a kid you were like a hopeless introvert didn't you didn't you mentioned that earlier i still am but i hide it well who had stephanie so mark what are you doing eight to fourteen what's your what's your day to day look like well i was very focused on on the school was a bit of a bookworm read a lot of comics i also part time workers in as i was able to at the age of thirteen what was that part time work in how is it taking that bookworm creativity into your first job it was retail jewelry store so not at all trying to describe some pieces of journey to people you lent to be a little creative tell me how that creativity from your first job that introversion from your first job is showing up in the work of of you're doing today today one of my roles is overseeing all marketing department so that gives me opportunities there but also working with my clients thinking laterally how to present things in financial information is what is business excellent corinna montvale growing up my mom she was a homemaker for much of the early years but she went back to work after my youngest brother was in school doing controlling an old term for a bookkeeper and your dad what did he do my father i was the worker hollick he was involved with manufacturing with selling and buying of china and glass in the years and costume jewelry and lacey is do you.

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"london united kingdom" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Mark what is hertz back and company packing company is a cpa and consulting firm and tell me a little bit about how large or how small firm this is where about one hundred and eighty people with offices just outside baltimore maryland rockville maryland in arlington virginia wow what's a nice size firm and and where are you from originally originally from london united kingdom london okay from england how young were you when you came to the united states thirty six and you mentioned when you came to the united states there is a couple of reasons why what we're reasons why apart from my wife encouraging us to make the move she's a local girl it was a time in my career where we decided it was time to make a change what what was the reason for the benefit of the change you mentioned you were like reinventing yourself i reached a point where yes i wanted to to develop by longtime in family business with my father and i wanted to branch out on my own and to really take what i learnt down to work yeah you had mentioned earlier that you felt like you and as a kid you were like a hopeless infra vert didn't you didn't you mentioned that earlier i still am but i hide it well who had missed stephanie so mark what are you doing eight to fourteen what's your what's your day to day look like i was very focused on on school bit of a bookworm comics i also part time workers in as i was able to at the age of thirteen what was that part time work in how is it taking that bookworm creativity into your first job it was retail the jewelry store to not at all trying to describe some pieces of jewelry people you learned to be a little creative tell me how that creativity from your first job that introversion from your first job is showing up in the work of of you're doing today to today one of my roles is overseeing all marketing department so that gives me opportunities there but also working with my clients thinking laterally how to present things financial information is what is business excellent corinna mongo growing up my mom she was a homemaker for much of the early years but she went back to work after my youngest brother was in school doing controlling an old term for a bookkeeper and your dad what did he do my thought i was the worker hollick he was involved with manufacturing with selling and buying of china and glass in the years and costume jewelry in later years charles where do you.

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"london united kingdom" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The second is celebrating her ninety second birthday this weekend abc's jennifer eccleston is in london united kingdom is marking queen elizabeth's ninety second birthday with gun salutes across london the world's oldest and longest reigning monarch will celebrate the big day at a celebrity packed concert at the royal albert hall on saturday evening queen elizabeth wrapped up a meeting of commonwealth leaders this week where she asked that her son prince charles succeed her as head of the fifty three nation block and they obliged after a vote jennifer eccleston abc news london wbz sports a baseball player in the charlotte knights last year is in critical condition this morning after collapsing during during a major league baseball game why white sox reliever danny farquhar suffered a brain hemorrhage during friday's game against the astros barkor passed out during the dugout during the sixth inning was helped by team medical personnel and onsite emt's sox pitcher hector santiago jerry very were situation farquaad gain consciousness before he was taken to hospital by ambulance the team says the hemorrhage was caused by a ruptured aneurysm and minor league action the nights fell to the indianapolis indians seven two kyle busch won at richmond yesterday his third consecutive nascar cup race and zach johnson and andrew landry are the co leaders heading into the final round of the pta valero texas open at tpc san antonio it's forty eight degrees in charlotte we check weather and five minutes i'm geoff atkinson news talk eleven ten ninety nine three wbz chris farrell show morning charlotte.

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Danny Farquhar, Chicago White Sox pitcher, has brain hemorrhage during game

Charlotte's Morning News with Don Russell

01:46 min | 2 years ago

Danny Farquhar, Chicago White Sox pitcher, has brain hemorrhage during game

"The second is celebrating her ninety second birthday this weekend abc's jennifer eccleston is in london united kingdom is marking queen elizabeth's ninety second birthday with gun salutes across london the world's oldest and longest reigning monarch will celebrate the big day at a celebrity packed concert at the royal albert hall on saturday evening queen elizabeth wrapped up a meeting of commonwealth leaders this week where she asked that her son prince charles succeed her as head of the fifty three nation block and they obliged after a vote jennifer eccleston abc news london wbz sports a baseball player in the charlotte knights last year is in critical condition this morning after collapsing during during a major league baseball game why white sox reliever danny farquhar suffered a brain hemorrhage during friday's game against the astros barkor passed out during the dugout during the sixth inning was helped by team medical personnel and onsite emt's sox pitcher hector santiago jerry very were situation farquaad gain consciousness before he was taken to hospital by ambulance the team says the hemorrhage was caused by a ruptured aneurysm and minor league action the nights fell to the indianapolis indians seven two kyle busch won at richmond yesterday his third consecutive nascar cup race and zach johnson and andrew landry are the co leaders heading into the final round of the pta valero texas open at tpc san antonio it's forty eight degrees in charlotte we check weather and five minutes i'm geoff atkinson news talk eleven ten ninety nine three wbz chris farrell show morning charlotte.

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"london united kingdom" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Nineteen seventy eight seventy nine eighty my wife doctors hara and i travelled to egypt to establish assist sister city relationship with luke sure and alexandria egypt at the request of our mayor later governor william donald schaefer with the support of egypt's president anwar el sadat dan shafer was a great admirer of the pyramids and sphinx him later visited egypt himself where are focused tonight both hours will be dr robert shock and robert walls book origins of the sphinx published by international international traditions now robert of all who's not going to be with us tonight is a construction engineer earned his higher national diploma at the university of south bank london united kingdom he worked in many countries in the middle east and africa and began studying egyptology and 1983 the author of numerous bestsellers included india ryan mystery and black genesis he lives in spain our guest tonight is of course dr robert schoch phd dr shock is a fulltime faculty member at boston university since nineteen eightyfour he earned his doctorate nineteen 83 in geology and geophysics at yale university in addition to his teaching duties shock serves as the director of the newly establishes established institute for the study of the origins of civilization at boston university's college of general we'll studies now in the early 1990s shock stunned the world with his geological analysis of the great sphinx of egypt demonstrating that monument as well as the walls of its enclosure bears the scars of extreme water weathering and erosion as geagea eddie egypt as egypt has known hyper arad climactic conditions for the past five millennia shock concluded that the monument traces its origins to an earlier pre sahara epic and a previously unidentified civilization thus throwing a monkey wrench into the orthodox view of the rise of civilization will back in 1992 brother robert broke that story here on 21st century radio and the last time robert joined us was to discuss his book forgotten civilization the role of solar outburst in the in our past and future on also future he also published by that by the internet and renew entered national toward international tradition gsa wisdom i inner traditions friends i gotta tell you this we have for the last couple of.

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"london united kingdom" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"All right the juice out of the woods have somebody called back four zero two do as evil drag atlanta since the go ahead bob there would magnitude what i wanted to talk about monitored bag new uh uh what are they are they were greg about their poked out area yet but nobody nobody paid rather but i'll be would you go body argued it without telugu i row where i wanted the bbc leaving you see how waterboarding rondo odd trapped on our minds the figure bow um all right here on the i'll ride through institute guy it called documentary all book club their bangor our southern at the bbc put together how they don't wateringdown things you know they keep it pretty accurate london united kingdom i do not know in debt now in dad knew about riders but not indepth i didn't know it a row grew up in made a master incarceration come on modern slavery how long and dry will listener but anyway they'd say now they would do under documentary on how they are communist flow move programmes upcoming it could there that acquired foods that the lip the environment's tom what will route were jailed in the country it romp correct how man we listen to to you i mean you know here right do i know rikers yes ragged israel's done through a bigger peru but by man of the new york somewhere anyway they are now turning uh it is starting to shouted down hello run in the proper lurenzo had they have a dam violated the civil rights of many many many me every growl rim math lay bow rumba at latham conrad come out modern thrown in jail robbing a garden program there the day of the become i rates carded the and they have reports takes care of our count the area of the prison that they put in who i'd be in danger from the gangs in an appraiser here though they were so amazing from me that may be a big deal the people who've heard about it i hadn't asked under thirty deaths about the more active perkins but that it was a massive drainage armed gangs there but they also beldsoe i'm bringing this raptors caroline added in georgia in in their heart goal but it has a lot of more many it and then some of these this out here.

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"london united kingdom" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"london united kingdom" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Was devastated by her he and he was there on site they all head down in his wine cellar which had to be delightful um i guess it was there with a bunch of people and they have hundreds of animals it's like an animal sanctuary almost like a zoo really although i think that everything roams free but they had sixty leamer is a flock of two hundred fifty flamingos um but they did say that they had some animals that didn't make it they didn't go through the whole list or anything but that's not part of this book though it's not will that is just happened righty somehow gets it in there in the upcoming book finding virginity he talks about the time that kate moss that's his friend kate moss the beautiful model nah was on necker island and he says that she can usually be seen on top of the great house table dancing away day and night day and night and night flooded the s and pavin she loves to dance apparently i've rarely seen anyone work so hard and played and harder uh in the myanmar he says he wants received a call from a reporter informing him that quote they were running a frontpage splash that i had a cocainefuelled threesome with kate moss and keith richards my first thought was what a great story do i really have to set them straight branson said the story was not true and then nothing ever ran i said it wouldn't helped cates image although it might help mining keith cooper so good reads is a if you love reading books uh look at good reads its people talking about the books that they've redden almost like an online book club in a way they collected a bunch of his quotes from various books and i thought some of these were for interesting richard branson quotes somebody offers you an amazing opportunity is he english he's an english yet yep this is something i know i always think he's australian but i think he's actually english and like yeah he is girls didn't like australia well let's look it up he was born in london united kingdom in an area called black heath are lackey's these worth five billion dollars it's got to be good to be him he's married to joan temple mendon marytr for a while to slow crazy money salty ours the.

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