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France Could Announce Tougher Coronavirus Measures This Week

Newscast - Africa

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

France Could Announce Tougher Coronavirus Measures This Week

"Kingdom is insisting on probing the shooting of ensigns protesters in the lucky area of Lagos and similar incidents during the demonstrations the UK Kingdom High Commission in Algeria in a sweet and Monday evening equally explained that it is working with stakeholders to ensure Justice is served the high commission added that they remain concerned by acts of looting and violence and flag of Manchuria and urged Security Services. Use restraint. As order is restored wage doesn't he's out this time when Africa Business Radio, you can continue to listen live online and stop you. W w. Africa business radio.com or via our mobile app.

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Toyama Park

Haunted Places

04:39 min | 7 months ago

Toyama Park

"By Day Toyota Park is a popular tourist destination set in the heart of Tokyo's Shinjuku district. This urban oasis offers sports, fields, picnicking and playground areas as well as a forty four meter mini mountain called. Mount, Coney. In spring, the small hike to the top is one of the best ways to view the cherry blossoms in Tokyo. But visiting at night is another story. Visitors have reported strange lights flickering between the trees and the sounds of a man Sabi echoing through the eastern side the park. It seems odd. Until you learn what was there before? Toyoma park was built on top of medical research facilities that were dismantled after World War Two and damage skeletons of suspicious origin were found near the park. Their origins are far more frightening than any ghost story. Lay had been walking around for days on a wounded limb. With sky head exploded with Weeden Rice, she thought the Japanese forces were showing the mercy. Perhaps, they would be able to find a way toward peace. But it hasn't been an offering of goodwill. It took several hours for her to feel them the small black insects that jumped across your skin while she tried to chase them away her hands were never fast enough to swamp them lays mother told her not to worry fleas were Itchy, but they could be treated. She'd have a folk remedy ready by the time they came home. But her leg wasn't just itching soon, it started to hurt a tickle that turned into a boiling cauldron. She wanted to scratch the skin clear off then she would be free of the pain. Again her mother told her not to worry. Labo Cup to swollen yellow pustules they bulged but fluid she could hear it sloshing around with each step she took. She could barely walk across the yard. Not only were the source painful. They sapped her energy. Her leg became too weak to sustain her weight yellow pus burst from the stores and drip down her skin. She struggled to make our way through the village with the aid of crunch. The entire village was suffering from the same affliction. And Lay was one of the lucky ones. Other villagers had their limbs go into chronic liver tissue turn dark decaying while still on the bomb. She could feel hers as undulated with pain. Each movement was sheer agony. The Japanese occupiers had withdrawn a few weeks before the rice fell from the sky. But when they returned, they promised they would help. She didn't trust them. She'd always been taught to mistrust such men. When she was younger, she would take advantage of the differences between the two languages to turn a supposed- word of deference Japanese into a curse in her own. They could never tell the difference it was to be her only victory. In the end, she didn't have a choice on whether she would be saved or not. The Japanese. Occupiers loaded up the villagers who could still be moved and drove to the coast. She was blindfolded during the last part of the drive. She didn't understand what sort of hospital needed to hide its location. Manchuria had no ability to fight back. There was no one to tell. The truck stopped in the darkness. Large institutional buildings crept toward the wide open sky lay told herself. The area was remote to keep patients safe. They were already at risk for worse ailments isolation was wise. There were no signs on the building. No names just patrolling guards and three numbers seven, three one. They want lay to a small room she waited and waited tending to her wound as best she could on her on. Another pustule seemed ready to burst. She was bracing for another spike of pain when two orderly grabbed her carrying her toward the operating. She protested, but he didn't look at her. They didn't speak to her to them. She didn't exist.

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Ohio Supreme Court to hear kindergarten bullying case

Scott Sloan

10:48 min | 1 year ago

Ohio Supreme Court to hear kindergarten bullying case

"Before the Ohio Supreme Court the Ohio Supreme Court there's a bowling case and this is gonna impacts of hundred thirty thousand Ohio teachers and possibly your kids and grandkids and that is this if a kid is bullied at school in the past bands of obviously how the Ohio Supreme Court votes on this your your kids bulleted school a teacher and principal the teachers and principals could be sued legally if they if the kids are a belated injure what happened was this the story started back Anil while going to lead up and other to kindergartners indicator girls got the fight they were separated later on one of the two was stabbed by the other with a pencil on the cheek and the concern there as well okay with the teachers have to do something to prevent a student from being attacked if not they would be liable under the eyes of Ohio law does that seem like a fair law to you joining any key hearing centers dot com hotline is Jason fell upon our former Butler County prosecutor and now a defense attorneys about his mother the show could have unique hearing center second hotline our thanks for having me on yeah right on the sill the I I think in in the in the sense of fair play looking to go wait a minute teacher a principal should be responsible if a kid gets bullied assaulted like this little girl in Toledo did that they should be on the hook legally does that does that even pass the sniffer test well they are legally liable and what the state law all right now says is that educators and of course teachers and and principles fall under that category are immune from liability last may act with malicious or wanton or reckless manner so another words negligent actions are protected under the qualified immunity that and I think you know basically they want to make sure that there are lawsuits all over the state bankrupting school boards but if it's if a teacher or principal act maliciously in bad shape or reckless manner than they are liable for a lawsuit but again is that that's kind of difficult bar right what what does that mean exactly could you give me an example of what I tell people all the time and there's the three state of Manchuria as the lead lawyers call if there's negligence there's recklessness and then there's intention and you know if I'm walking around with a glass of the party and I bump into someone it spilled that negligent if I put it on my head my start doing a dance and all the sale but I'm reckless and of course if I throw it on the ground unintentional so that those are the three basic perception so in this particular case that you brought up is if a teacher you'll turn the back wheel left the room but wasn't doing something may be intentional or reckless but something happened as a result then they would be protected under the qualified immunity now if for whatever reason they were militias they were fifteen and the bowling or they you know do there were issues and just didn't care maybe even put them together to see what happens then of course that's where it would go beyond that of a qualified immunity and they could be sued and so what happened in this case and to lead okay is that originally with the finance because the qualified immunity but that the appellate court said wait a second you should have some hearings on whether not the teacher was was reckless of the pool to negligent yes all right so in this case I I think about it all right let's say there's a couple kindergarteners they get a little verbal altercation Roberts okay stop you can't do that to your friend you know talk to him and he settled down a little bit later the one kid grabs a pencil and stabbed the other one on the cheek in this is the key this is the case that is before the Ohio Supreme Court Jason fell upon so in that case said that the kindergarten teacher did she or he acted a certainly wasn't malicious another goes bad faith but was there all wanton disregard was recklessness here in this case I didn't see anything in the and the articles I read that would rise billable reckless but I don't know if there's something else that maybe they didn't know about or something that's not in the article but you know right now it's pulling of the big issue especially with fiber bowling and I think the biggest will be over reaching yeah issue in this case is whether or not they're going to expand the liabilities of teachers and and printable coming street in teachers are under appreciated underpaid another there have all these extra responsibility that hello Sir like a third panel does not not what a teacher supposed to be and so if you're now putting them responsible for other kids actions that are clearly inappropriate I think that is a very it's a slippery slope you know what interesting take about ten years ago that the Supreme Court actually code on the same type of issue a a special needs student on a box was sexually assaulted by another student and the statute that I mentioned about qualified immunity there's an exception drivers if you if the bus driver was negligent in the operation crash or something like that you can sue the school and so they tried to expand operation of the bus to actually supervision of the students and the Supreme Court rejected that said that the unity the plight so I think at least ten years ago the Supreme Court held we're not going to extend liability because you know if your start Maszewo bus drivers and to you or you know they're up there what they tried to do to fix the problem the end there were acting appropriately but maybe you disagree that your have all these people that are gonna be school bus drivers were teachers anymore and if you're in bankrupt the school boards yeah I mean I I don't know so you can be you can be personally liable for neglecting something happens in the classroom you're supposed to be paying attention certainly that there's a mall and sometimes teachers ask maliciously we saw a case recently ask a few cases where a teacher started pummeling a student who was sitting there may be giving her mouth but and I get why the teacher sat but you generally it's frowned upon the two was physically solve the face a student who's sitting at a desk regardless of what they're saying or other acting in your classroom but in that regard though to you can you can mention cyber bulling because do you think some like this there's an ex that there could be an extension there because that to me seems like a whole different area it's the even though the schools address and cyber bowling and we'll deal with those issues you can police what happens I think that's unreasonable to expect schools to be able to somehow stop cyber boy exactly and then where does the liability stop so what happened to fiber bowling obviously Kurds outside the school and then something happened then that tied the score with that now the responsibility for but started inside the school and then that night someone sends a message on social media and the student commit suicide which we've seen issue that happened you know the school responsible for that I think at some point the people have to be responsible for their own actions and you know a school teachers printable they should take all reasonable efforts to maintain their classroom but if you start suing them over everything that a child an appropriate you know that that create a whole host of issues but digestion syllabus on the show this morning at seven hundred W. very slowly back at it on the queuing centers dot com hotline as the high Supreme Court is going to get really interesting case here came out of Toledo where couple kindergartners got a spat the teacher broke it up later one of the students assaulted the other should stab her cheek with a pencil and this thing is Rachel hi for print court of appeal and the question is whether or not educators should be immune or liable for acts like this and saying Hey you know what if the teacher didn't separators and one of the kids to the principal's office for cure keep them apart some like this happens and someone is hurt subsequently after that the teacher or the principal the educator could be pulled personally liable in the eyes of law which is a which is a pretty dangerous standard if they can prove negligence are are malicious purpose or something along those lines do you think schools Jason somewhere to blame here for this because obviously this doesn't happen in a vacuum but it is since my kids were in school your kids you look at this and go all right back in the day it off with a bowling issue you may bring a parent into a friend you learn how to fight you take the bubbly bowling in getting laid back in life when they be working for you ready go to still get education you that kind of thing Marty McFly right right now we've kind of collapse okay well that the educators the schools they have to be more hands on after prevent pulling in every school says we have a zero tolerance policy we're going to stop and prevent bowling from happening they've tried about this absurd standard and I'm not saying this teacher should look the other way not at all but to to say that somehow their response or cyber bulling or what happens off campus or during the summer or in the halls of the school went went in the in the boys the girls rooms when teachers aren't around it is an absolute ridiculous standard that they set this up no I don't think so I think that what they're trying to do is react to society right now because the point is a big issue and with the bowling and social media polling it's becoming more prevalent and more known to everyone at the end of the day school teachers printable they are responsible for the classroom they are responsible for the safety of the children when they're there but at some point you can't put all responsibility on the teachers you know it's been and I think what's important about this case and what a lot of a lot of people are discussing is whether or not action by the teachers are gonna be second yeah than this particular case you know did someone just say something mean to someone else they call out a name and then the teacher move them across the room which seems appropriate but then at recess something happened should the school done something more I think what happened to your going to get into a lot of second guessing hindsight being twenty twenty and at some point I I perceived that the green court likely return of overturning death and and keeping us very strict standard on one of these two yeah if they're malicious if they're the ones doing the attacking act in bad faith or reckless manner obviously it's on the table but expanding that to say Hey if a kid gets you separate a couple kids and later on they get the fight and some could get seriously hurt that's on you man it and that means every time a kid gets a spatter verbal verbal altercation they're gonna get removed from the classroom that's that's not good for anybody right I think they're going to be fact based you know for example is going to have to be pretty egregious for a four lawsuits are are going

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"manchuria" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Country or good country. See, that's that's the question. We have to ask now. Is the western way of life. We're saving is it. Good. Is it nothing but a bunch of SIS SIS gender males white males white Europeans that have oppressed. People is that is that is that all it is. Can I ask you when do you think World War Two officially started? When did it really start start? So now our involvement in the not our involvement. God, I mean the data. I'm not going to get right? Just give me an event. That's a tough one. Would you say Germany invades Poland, or you know, breaks the three D with you know? Chamberlain or treaty. You're talking events that lead into other events. Send me you could go in for a million different places in there. I'll give you I'll give you one. How 'bout when Japan invaded China happened in thirty seven if you live on that side of the earth? You think World War Two started, then Japan invaded, China Manchuria? They said the only problem with Manchuria is all the Manchurian that sounds familiar, and so they invaded. And they started a mass slaughter mass slaughter all of the, you know, the bad bombings of civilians that happened years before we were doing it. Or the Germans were doing it at had it started in thirty seven in China with the Japanese where was the white, man? Now, you know, where the white man was you know, how history reflects this. Now America didn't say. Anything at the time. America didn't step up to the plate and stop the slaughter in China. So wait a minute hold. It just a second. So are we supposed to get involved in everything? Or are. We not supposed to be involved in everything when we get involved you blame us for getting involved in saying we're trying to jam our stuff down everybody's throat. When we don't show up you blame us for not showing up either way, according to you. We violated, quote our values. What our values? Well, our values used to be we are enemy of no one friend all. Now that gets a little dicey. Gets really dicey. Didn't get dicey. Apparently when the Japanese invaded China. Yeah. That's because they only care about Europe. No, actually, no. We couldn't fight on all of the fronts. We had to choose. We didn't even want to go. Save europe. America didn't even want to go into that war. Well, how could you? Oh my gosh..

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"manchuria" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Western way of life. We're saving is it. Good. Is it nothing but a bunch of SIS SIS gender males white males white Europeans that have oppressed. People is that is that all is that all it is. Can I ask you when do you think World War Two officially started? When did it really start start? So now our involvement in the. Yeah. Not our involvement. God, I mean the date. I'm not going to get right? Oh, give me an event. A tough one. Would you say Germany invades Poland, or you know, breaks the three D with you know? Chamberlain or treaty. So you're talking events that lead into other events sent me for a million different places in their air. I'll give you I'll give you one. How 'bout when Japan invaded China happened in thirty seven. If you live on that side of the earth, you think World War Two started, then Japan invaded, China Manchuria. They said the only problem with Manchuria has all the Manchurian that sounds familiar, and so they invaded. And they started a mass slaughter mass slaughter all of the, you know, the bad bombings of civilians that happened years before we were doing it. Or the Germans were doing it. It has it started in thirty seven in China with the Japanese where was the white, man? Now, you know, where the white man was you know, how history reflects this. Now America didn't say anything at the time. America didn't step up to the plate and stop the slaughter in China. So wait a minute hold on just a second. So are we supposed to get involved in everything? Or are. We not supposed to be involved in everything. When we get involved, you blame us for getting involved in saying we're trying to jam our stuff down everybody's throat. When we don't show up you blame us for not showing up either way, according to you. We violated, quote our values. What her values? Well, our values used to be we are enemy of no one friend all. Now that gets a little dicey. Gets really dicey didn't get dicey. Apparently when the Japanese invaded China. Yeah. That's because they only care about Europe. No, actually, no. We couldn't fight on all of the fronts. We had to choose. We didn't even want to go. Save europe. America didn't even want to go into that war. How could you? Oh my gosh. How.

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"manchuria" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Bad country or good country. That's that's the question. We have to ask now. Is the western way of life. We're saving is it. Good. Is it nothing but a bunch of SIS SIS gender, males, white males, white Europeans that have oppress people is that is that is that all it is. Can I ask you when do you think World War Two officially started? When did it really start start? So now our involvement in it. Yeah. Not our involvement. God, I mean the date. I'm not going to get right? Just give me an event. That's a tough one. Would you say Germany invades Poland, or you know, breaks the three D with? Chamberlain or I mean, religion trading. So you're talking events that lead into other events, send me you could go for a million different places in there. I'll give you I'll give you one. How about when Japan invaded China happened in thirty seven. If you live on that side of the earth, you think World War Two started, then Japan invaded, China Manchuria. They said the only problem with Manchuria has all the Manchurian sounds familiar, and so they invaded. And they started the mass slaughter mass slaughter all of the, you know, the bad bombings of civilians that happened years before we were doing it or the Germans were doing it. It had it started in thirty seven in China with the Japanese will where was the white, man. Now, you know, where the white man was you know, how history reflects this. Now America didn't say anything at the time. America didn't step up to the plate and stop the slaughter in China. So wait a minute hold. It just a second. So are we supposed to get involved in everything? Or are. We not supposed to be involved in everything. When we get involved, you blame us for getting involved in saying we're trying to jam our stuff down everybody's throat. When we don't show up you blame us for not showing up either way, according to you. We violated, quote our values. What her values? Well, our values used to be we are enemy of no one friend all. Now that gets a little dicey. Gets really dicey didn't get dicey. Apparently when the Japanese invaded China. Yeah. That's because they only care about Europe. No, actually, no. We couldn't fight on all of the fronts. We had to choose. We didn't even wanna go. Save europe. America didn't even want to go into that war. Well, how could you? Oh my gosh. How.

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"manchuria" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A the home of lightning hockey. Glenn beck. Bad country or good country. See, that's that's the question. We have to ask now is the western way of life were saving. Is it? Good. Is it nothing but a bunch of SIS SIS gender males white males white Europeans that have oppressed. People is that is that is that all it is. Can I ask you to Wendy? You think World War Two officially started. When did it really start start? So now our involvement in it. Yeah. Not our involvement. I mean the date. I'm not going to get right? Just give me an event. That's a tough one. Would you say Germany invades Poland, or you know, breaks the three D with you know? Chamberlain or trading. So you're talking events that lead into other events. I mean, you could go in for a million different places in there will give you I'll give you one. How about when Japan invaded China happened in thirty seven. If you live on that side of the earth, you think World War Two started, then Japan, invaded, China and sharia, they said, the only problem with Manchuria has all the Manchurian 's that sounds familiar, and so they invaded. And they started the mass slaughter mass slaughter all of the, you know, the bad bombings of civilians that happened years before we were doing it or the Germans were doing it. It started in thirty seven in China with the Japanese where was the white, man? Now, you know, where the white man was you know, how history reflects this. Now America didn't say anything at the time. America didn't step up to the plate and stop the slaughter in China. So wait a minute hold. It just a second. So are we supposed to get involved in everything? Or are. We not supposed to be involved in everything. When we get involved, you blame us for getting involved in saying we're trying to jam our stuff down everybody's throat. When we don't show up you blame us for not showing up either way, according to you. We violated, quote our values. What our values? Well, our values used to be we are enemy of no one friend all. Now that gets a little dicey. Gets really dicey. Didn't get dicey. Apparently when the Japanese invaded China. Yeah. That's because they only care about Europe. No, actually, no. We couldn't fight on all of the fronts. We had to choose. We didn't even want to go. Save europe. America didn't even want to go into that war. Well, how could you? Oh my gosh. How could you? It's europe. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. We're supposed to go. Save the white patriarchy where Rhys wait a minute. We're to blame for all of that. Because we didn't go in and save the white hierarchy. I thought you said that was bad should be destroyed. Is America batter? Good. Let's have that discussion. Mercury. Iheartradio nine seventy WFL. A good morning. I'm Steve hall..

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"manchuria" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on KTOK

"Bad country or good country. See, that's that's the question. We have to ask now. Is the western way of life were saving. Is it? Good. Is it nothing but a bunch of cyst SIS gender males white males white Europeans that have oppressed. People is that is that is that all it is. Can I ask you to Wendy? You think World War Two officially started. When did it really start start? So now our involvement in it. Yeah. Not our involvement. God, I mean the date. I'm not going to get right? Just give me an event. That's a tough one. Would you say Germany invades Poland, or you know, breaks the three D with? Chamberlain or trading. So you're talking vents that lead into other events sent me you could go in for a million different places in their air. I'll give you I'll give you one. How 'bout when Japan invaded China happened in thirty seven. If you live on that side of the earth, you think World War Two started, then Japan invaded, China Manchuria. They said the only problem with Manchuria has all the Manchurian 's that sounds familiar, and so they invaded. And they started a mass slaughter mass slaughter all of the, you know, the bad bombings of civilians that happened years before we were doing it or the Germans were doing it. It had it started in thirty seven in China with the Japanese where was the white, man. Now, you know, where the white man was you know, how history reflects this. Now America didn't say anything at the time. America didn't step up to the plate and stop the slaughter in China. So wait a minute hold. It just a second. So are we supposed to get involved in everything? Or are. We not supposed to be involved in everything. When we get involved, you blame us for getting involved in saying we're trying to jam our stuff down everybody's throat. When we don't show up you blame us for not showing up either way, according to you. We violated, quote our values. What our values? Well, our values used to be we are enemy of no one friend all. Now that gets a little dicey. Gets really dicey didn't get dicey. Apparently when the Japanese invaded China. Yeah. That's because they only care about Europe. No, actually, no. We couldn't fight on all of the fronts. We had to choose. We didn't even want to go. Save europe. America didn't even want to go into that war. How could you?.

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"manchuria" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A tough one. Would you say Germany invades Poland, or you know, breaks the three D with you know? Chamberlain or trading. You're talking events that lead into other events. I mean, you could go with a million different places in their air. I'll give you I'll give you one. How about when Japan invaded China happened in thirty seven. If you live on that side of the earth, you think World War Two started, then Japan invaded China. And they said the only problem with Manchuria has all the Manchurian that sounds familiar, and so they invaded. And they started the mass slaughter mass slaughter all of the, you know, the bad bombings of civilians that happened years before we were doing it. Or the Germans were doing it. It it started in thirty seven in China with the Japanese where was the white, man. Now, you know, where the white man was you know, how history reflects this. Now America didn't say anything at the time. America didn't step up to the plate and stop the slaughter in China. So wait a minute hold just a second. So are we supposed to get involved in everything? Or are. We not supposed to be involved in everything. When we get involved, you blame us for getting involved in saying we're trying to jam our stuff down everybody's throat. When we don't show up you blame us for not showing up either way, according to you. We violated, quote our values. What our values? Well, our values used to be we are enemy of no one friend all. Now that gets a little dicey. Gets really dicey didn't get dicey. Apparently when the Japanese invaded China. Yeah. That's because they only care about Europe. No, actually, no. We couldn't fight on all of the fronts. We had to choose. We didn't even want to go. Save europe. America didn't even want to go into that war. Well, how could you? Oh my gosh. How could.

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"manchuria" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"If you want something you gotta ask for something. Like this. Alexa, play twelve hundred w away. I on iheartradio. Just ask your smart speaker for us back. Bad country or good country. See, that's that's the question. We have to ask now. Is the western way of life. We're saving is it. Good. Is it nothing but a bunch of SIS SIS gender, males, white males, white Europeans that oppress people is that is that all is that all it is. Can I ask you to Wendy? You think World War Two officially started. When did it really start start our involvement in the not our involvement? God, I mean the date. I'm not going to get right? Oh, give me an event. That's a tough one. Would you say Germany invades Poland, or you know, breaks the three D with you know? Chamberlain or I mean, Lynn trading. So you're talking events that lead into other events sent me you could go in for a million different places in their give you I'll give you one. How about when Japan invaded China happened in thirty seven. If you live on that side of the earth. Yeah. You think World War Two started, then Japan invaded, China Manchuria? They said the only problem with Manchuria has all the Manchurian that sounds familiar, and so they invaded. And they started a mass slaughter mass slaughter all of the, you know, the bad bombings of civilians that happened years before we were doing it. Or the Germans were doing it. It had it started in thirty seven in China with the Japanese where was the white, man. Now, you know, where the white man was you know, how history reflects this. Now America didn't say anything at the time. America didn't step up to the plate and stop the slaughter in China. So wait a minute hold. It just a second. So are we supposed to get involved in everything? Or are. We not supposed to be involved in everything. When we get involved, you blame us for getting involved in saying we're trying to jam our stuff down everybody's throat. When we don't show up you blame us for not showing up either way, according to you. We violated, quote our values. What our values? Well, our values used to be we are enemy of no one friend all. Now that gets a little dicey. Gets really dicey didn't get dicey. Apparently when the Japanese invaded China. Yeah. That's because they only care about Europe. No, actually, no. We couldn't fight on all of the fronts. We had to choose. We didn't even want to go. Save europe. America didn't even want to go into that war. How could you? Oh my gosh. How.

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"manchuria" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Heavy burden. Each night, the guards were getting tougher. They were constantly pushing hitting men with the rifles. If a man fell behind, he was shot and pushed off the mountainside. Everyone was rapidly losing weight, lack of food wounds and disa- dysentery were taking their toll carrying the men on stretchers was becoming even more difficult. We look like skeletons, our uniforms hung off us like scarecrows, quote, coat each time we got topped each time we top one of the mountains. We faced another one ears, nose, fingers and toes would becoming numb at times. I felt like I was walking on my ankles. I was lucky that my legs had always been the strongest part of my body. Many of the wounded men who were strong enough to walk earlier were now in the need of stretchers. However, there were none and we found ourselves carrying them along between two of us. In some cases, we were practically dragging them. When I heard a single rifle shot back down the road. I knew another man struggle was over. My heart was aching for them. But at the same time, my mind kept telling me to move. We had two choices, March or die. My survival mode kicked in not allowing me to surrender to pain and fatigue. The guards shoved us into a cluster of hut. So after walking long time, they get big it to like a little village. We were jammed into the room so tightly that my legs rested on another soldier. The only thing good about sleeping this way was that we will warmer. A cold front from the plains of Manchuria came roaring down and slamming into the very mountains. We were struggling through. We were facing the coldest winter in fifty years. As we got ready to move out. The commander of the guards told us to leave the stretchers. The wounded were pleading with us to take them. I started to move toward one and got a rifle, but in the gut, others tried to grab the stretchers, but the guards pushed them away to. I started to move toward the helpless soldiers again, but couldn't risk another blow. I let my mind drift into his arm be state hoping to block out the screams of the wounded. Left foot right foot, left foot right foot. Over and over again. I repeat it. Until I couldn't hear their screams. Yeah. Absolutely horrible. Just absolutely horrible. After ten nights, we marched into a fairly good size town. And this is when he decides that he's going to try new scape pretty early on, and he's got a couple of buddies, and there's some confusion, and there's some chaos that that happens as they're trying to round up the prisoners, and he kinda jumps over with a couple of guys into a little ditch and they cover up with some branches. And they start talking. These three guys don't say, look what you know, can we make a move? Well, let's let's head south. And then finally, one of the guys says that would be suicide in our condition. We won't make it over those mountains. We don't have warm clothes and we will probably die of hypothermia. We knew he was right. It was smarter to wait until springtime. We needed to try and survive and hope. Our forces liberated us. Now they're starting to get into like a little bit of a routine. My goals bring back discipline to start acting like soldiers. Again, the scene the first night with the rice dropped on the ground was burned into my brain. The only way we could survive until spring was in a possible escape attempt was to start working together. The sick and wounded suffered the most are frostbitten feet. It turned trench foot in open wounds were infected or gangrene and said in for those guys, it was only a matter of time before they died since we had no medicine to treat them. In finding from his little group. He loses a guy who's last name as graves graves was the first to die. The valley had turned into one of death and suffering. Soon after graves death chaplain coupon came to the house. We were all surprised to see him. I had last seen Sean, but when he walked and I barely recognize him, the man I'd met on region poussant was gone. He lost a lot of weight and is uniform kind of hung on his frame. His tired and worn out is belied is warm, smile. The pawn told us who is dead or wounded before he left..

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"manchuria" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"It's a horror movie but so they're they're going through this process of breeding fleas breeding rats using the rats to feed the fleas and raise the fleece of they can put these fleas into containers and they're trying out all different kinds of containers and how to drop them and how to spread them and as they're figuring all that out it they're doing other things as well and it wasn't just rats and fleas there at unit seven thirty one back to the book hidden from the outside world at the center of unit seven thirty one's row block was issues secret of secrets so carefully was its existence kept secret that many junior members of unit seven thirty one had no knowledge that it was there at all for prisoners to pass through the tunnel entrance was to start a journey of no return only two things were certain agony and death three of the ishi brothers in including tackle mitsuo and of course the youngest shiro worked at ping fain tacky oh was the prison commander the prison's guards were second or third sons from the brothers village came oh they were called the special squad tied by bonds of peasant loyalty to their lord and master they worshiped him they called him the honorable itchy or sometimes in reverence war god itchy most were uneducated but all were unswervingly loyal to ensure legions easy paid them extra allowances for their terrible endangers duties the sort of money sent home for which would support whole families through difficult times to come even pay for their brothers and sisters educations no came oh villager has ever publicly spoken even today about their former life in manchuria the villages silent the family name is still revered for its kindness asked about unit seven thirty one older residents will apprehensively reply i have nothing to say because it concerns the secrets of the honorable shiro ishii ishi based his unit in remote northern manchuria so he could experiment on human beings they're in what was a police state he could be given an uninterrupted supply of human guinea pigs with the unique data gained from the human experiments ishi believe japan could outstrip the rest of the world and developing this new weapon of war no other country would have such accurate details about how eck epidemic spread or how to protect against them only japan would fully master the twin fields of biological warfare offense and defense from the earliest days itchy appears to have employed human guinea pigs it was performed on prisoners who were sentenced to death at harbin prison each prisoner was placed in a closely guarded cell while the experiments took place after death the bodies were burned in an electric furnace to leave no trace by nineteen thirty five motion pictures of human experiments were customarily being shown to senior staff officers occupied manchuria and harbin in particular was an ideal location for supply of human fodder and i should say that so it started off they would use prisoners that were sentenced to death that's that's where it started but the supply wasn't enough and it escalated from there just to just abnormal people here's where talks about that a little bit back to the book occupied manchuria in harbin in particular was an ideal location for supply of human fodder harbin a multiracial city of shifting minority groups was a nest of spies in addition japan's occupation had brought forth strong resistance from both chinese nationalist and chinese communists as well as indigenous manchurian and mongolians there was also a large white russian population caught in the middle between communist russia and expansionist japan to maintain control in these difficult circumstances was the job of this japanese secret service agency called the tokyo key khan and the ken tie they did so through brutal tactics of fear anyone who voiced opposition to the selfdeclared declared a paradise of manchukuo was liable to detention many never returned the.

"manchuria" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

Great Big History Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

"What they end up doing is corruption nationalize industries so the government the military dictatorship government owns industries and that's not exactly what they were promising in the twenties well that's fine as long as things don't nothing bad happens because the nationalist could now make some money they have the military win if communist ever come back to probably squash them it's not so hard as always something bad happens so what happens some bad in nineteen thirty one japan invades and takes over manchuria we're all the resources were all the mining all the medals all the the stuff that you need for those industries that the nationalist just industrialized and japan needs that stuff because it's industrializing over in over in japan so it needs all that coal and that iran copper in nineteen thirty four the commies fight again they're defeated again in what's called and then what happens is the long march and this is this is like the moment if you were this is this is this is china's vow this is the communist party's valley forge this is when the true believers were left there like three thousand four thousand communists left they end up in the middle of nowhere to get away from the government they have been defeated and now what matthau mayo mazi don decides is a civil war in the countryside he's not gonna try to take over all of china he's not gonna invade the cities he's not gonna go for that urban elites he can't win them he's gonna win the local small farmer who hates corruption who hates big business who is worried about the liberal the liberal liberalization of the cities.

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"manchuria" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The reasons was that they needed material are they needed dove resources and they were plenty of resources there that they could use also resources in indochina that they coveted in the dutch east indies and throughout asia they created the east asia coprosperity sphere which was basically going to be this new japanese empire were they saw themselves as the leaders uh the dominating force among asian peoples who would finally finally draw equal to and maybe ultimately superior to the europeans who had exploited asia and insulted asia so much for so many years and speaking of insults one of the reasons that japan needed manchuria was japan had a population of some seventy million that a lot of excess population they but there was only one place in the world that was at the time accepting japanese immigrants and that was in manchuria in most countries they had banned japanese emigrants as as we had in the united states a largely lien sporadically much to the in salt of the japanese people partially because japanese emigrants were so brighton hardworking intended to do so well and they had a culture that was considered to be very strange by the many places where they went in any event america's interest in the expansion of japanese power was primarily based upon our sympathy for china and that was based upon some three thousand missionaries christian missionaries who had met with some success in china and who were very involved in his advisors and sympathisers uneven propagandists four the new chinese republic that replaced the old empire the government of sun yat sen and changcai shack and the beginnings of a modern china we are very sympathetic to the chinese and so when the japanese invaded manchuria which was run by a warlord at wasn't really part of china that was looked on as worrisome but then japan got involved in a.

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"manchuria" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The leaders of the dominating force among asian peoples who would finally finally draw equal to and maybe ultimately superior to the europeans who had exploited asia and insulted asia so much for so many years and speaking of insults one of the reasons that japan needed manchuria was japan had a population of some seventy million that a lot of excess population they but there was only one place in the world that was at the time accepting japanese emigrants and that was in manchuria in most countries they had banned japanese emigrants as as we had in the united states a largely in sporadically much to the insult of the japanese people partially because japanese immigrants were so brighton hardworking intended to do so well and they had a culture that was considered to be very strange by the many places where they went in any event america's interest in the expansion of japanese power was primarily based upon our sympathy for china and that was based upon some three thousand missionaries christian missionaries who had met with some success in china and who are very involved in as advisors and sympathisers and even propagandists for the new chinese republic that replaced the old empire the government of sun yat sen and changcai shack and the beginnings of a modern china we are very sympathetic to the chinese and so when the japanese invaded manchuria which was run by a warlord at wasn't really part of china that was looked on as worrisome but then japan got involved in a.

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"manchuria" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Army and there was the uh diplomatic element and they kinda didn't talk to each other they were kind of opposed to each other and of the war for example world war 2 was launched with the japanese invasion of china in manchuria the army did that the navy kennedy and pearl harbor was the navy's laying the army kennedy didn't approve and of the navy was desperate to get oil now roosevelt knew that when he imposed the ban on oil exports to japan who was essentially cl in down the navy and that made japan desperate to get its hands on oil somewhere and the nearest place to get oil would be in the a what was then the dutch west indies which is now indonesia and philippines and that area uh and uh that was the place that they could get the oil that they did not have domestically now to do that you had to go to war with the united states because they can we owned the philippines back then you had to go to war to war with holland because of the west indies with dutch indonesian you had to go to war with britain cuts controlled singapore that was the military naval base the control the whole region so there was going to be a war like that and roosevelt was really bringing on the war by taking the step of this oil embargo now i don't think he anticipated and attack on pearl harbor that would wipe out are entitled battleship fleet uh and uh and i think maybe this malfeasance there in not warning in time there's all kinds of stuff in the movie tora tora tora the shows have negligent the navy was in handling met but it's important to understand this is one.

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"manchuria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That line the united states druid in august of 1945 a couple colonels in the white house late at night get out of national geographic map drew the line where they were worried that stalin and the the soviet army which was wellpositioned in manchuria would march down and take the entire career peninsula so hopefully they drew a line and said you can have the north will take the south and that's what happened and at present truman was visiting with friends and supporters in missouri his home state when he was e received a telephone call from secretary of state dean etcheson telling him that the north koreans had crossed the 30th parallel what was his reaction well he took it as a real insult to american greatness he was shocked he didn't know it was happening um and within a few days he said we've got to stop the sons of bitches and did he expect the un which head was created to some degree to end war uh or to avoid wars did he expect it to step in he did and they did in fact the un joined with the united states and south korea in fighting against north korea what's interesting to note is that the leader of north korea at the time kimilsung the great of the guy who basically invented north korea he begged stolen and three visit suit three secret visits to moscow before the invasion to uh to do to undertake the invasion an and saw and gave him lots of arms and tanks kim ilsung promised stalin that it would take three days and that the south korean people would welcome him with garlands and it would be a cakewalk basically i of course the war is still going on and a interestingly a truman fired general macarthur who suggested dropping an atomic bomb on north korea we're back to that kind of compensation today stru it's true there's there's the relevance of the korean war in understanding in the current conflict the current tension is is is extreme and that's why i wrote this new book it what it does it's a story about a spy that was sort of unknown to american history but whose story whose incredible involvement in fighting the war and is n a being close to.

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"manchuria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Line were they were worried that stalin and the the soviet army which was wellpositioned in manchuria would march down and take the entire career peninsula so hopefully they drew a line and said you can have the north will take the south and that's what happened and at present truman was visiting with french and supporters in missouri his home state when he was e received a telephone call from secretary say denied jason telling him that the north koreans had crossed the 30th parallel what was his reaction well he took it as a real insult to american greatness he was shocked he didn't know what was happening um and within a few days he said we've got to stop the sense of inches and did he expect the un which head a was created to some degree to end war or to avoid wars did he expect it to step in he did and they did in fact the un joined with the united states and south korea in fighting against north korea what's interesting to note is that uh the leader of north through at the time kimilsung the great leader the guy who basically invented north korea he begged stolen in three visit suit three secret visits to moscow before the invasion to uh to do to undertake the invasion an and solemn gave him lots of arms and tanks kim ilsung promised stalin that it would take three days and that south korean people would welcome him with garlands and it would be a cakewalk basically of course war is still going on and a interestingly truman fired general macarthur who suggested dropping an atomic bomb on north korea we're back to that kind of compensation today stru it's true there's there's the relevance of the korean war in understanding in the current conflict the.

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"manchuria" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"And one of those deals which was drawn up initially by a colonel dean rusk who later went on to become secretary of state under john kennedy was that the russians would occupy the korean peninsula up to the thirty eight th parallel it's a line on the map fairly arbitrary chosen by colonel rusk and the americans would get a chance to occupy the country south of the thirty eight th parallel and when at the very end of the war when the war was over in europe and when finally stolen belatedly after some us prodding did turn his attention against the japanese in their positions and manchuria sure enough the russian troops occupied the northern part of korea up to that line at amazingly they stop their stalin kept that agreement he didn't keep all as agreements he deeming keep that many of his agreements he kept that one and then the americans actually came in a later and eventually the americans had forty five thousand troops at their peak in in korea but the idea was that the two nations who had been allies in fighting of the germans and very briefly allies and fighting the japanese the idea was that these two nations would cooperate and would help to achieve a united korea the problem was that stalin's id of the korea that he wanted was very different from harry truman who had taken over the presidency after franklin roosevelt died in april ninety fortyfive truman's idea of the kind of korea he wanted and the cold war had already been launched in earnest primarily in europe there was struggle between the communists send between the free world over greece increasing struggles concerning iran which at the time even then people knew was going to be important for its oil supply there was a blockade of berlin and a berlin airlift uh the occupation of a whole number of eastern european countries by stalin and by the russians churchill gave his famous speech about an iron curtain descending across europe and uh then worst of all the soviets exploded madam bomb the united states had felt that we would be safe against any potential challenger because we had this amazing weapon and we are the only country.

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"manchuria" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"manchuria" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"And one of those deals which was drawn up initially by a colonel dean rusk who later went on to become secretary of state under john kennedy was that the russians would occupy the korean peninsula up to the thirty eight th parallel it's a line on the map fairly arbitrary chosen by colonel rusk and the americans would get a chance to occupy the country south of the thirty eight th parallel and when at the very end of the war when the war was over in europe and when finally stolen belatedly after some us prodding did turn his attention against the japanese and their positions and manchuria sure enough the russian troops occupied the northern part of korea up to that line at amazingly they stop their stalin kept that agreement he didn't keep all his agreement cdm and keep that many of his agreements he kept that one and then the americans actually came in a later and eventually the americans had forty five thousand troops at their peak in in korea but the idea was that the two nations who had been allies in fighting the germans and very briefly allies and fighting the japanese the idea was that these two nations would cooperate and would help to achieve a united korea the problem was that stalin's id of the korea that he wanted was very different from harry truman who had taken over the presidency after franklin roosevelt died in april ninety fortyfive truman's idea of the kind of korea he wanted and the cold war had already been launched in earnest primarily in europe there was struggle between the communists and between the free world over greece increasing struggles concerning iran which at the time even then people knew was going to be important for its oil supply there is a blockade of berlin and a berlin airlift uh the occupation of a whole number of eastern european countries by stalin and by the russians churchill gave his famous speech about an iron curtain descending across europe and uh then worst of all the soviets exploded madam bomb the united states had felt that we would be safe against any potential challenger because we have this amazing weapon and we are the only country.

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