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"mary anastasia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

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06:36 min | Last week

"mary anastasia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Thank you. You can credit our dear friend. Kamala. Or as I said Kamala. Do you have any plans to visit the border? At some point, you know? We are going to the border. We've been to the border. So this whole this whole this whole thing about the border? We've been to the border. We've been to the board. You haven't been to the border. And I haven't been to Europe. I don't I don't understand the point that you're making. I'm not discounting the importance of the border. This is so amazing. I love this something I don't even have to sing. Let's play it and you're like Holy crap. That's horrible. If you're a Democrat If you're us, you're like, yes. Ha ha! She's our secret weapon. Or not so secret weapon. One of the questions I asked on Twitter was, Where do you think she'll visit First Europe or the Southern border? Actually think she's going to visit the to Europe and she's going to visit Our northern border before she ever goes to the southern border. This is so fun. Uh, as promised, I wanted to get to The common columnist for the Americas, including Central and South America, Obviously For the Wall Street Journal. Marianne Marianne, Mary Anastasia Grady and what she says about She says Kamala's showed her hands the administration show their hands when they Had Kamala meeting with officials recently from Guatemala. Former Guatemalan officials like former attorney general Guatemala and former top like a. It was like their equivalent of their Supreme Court justice, a former one And they both are corrupt and or are wanted. For crimes. That's who Kamal's visiting with, and that's who she says is going to help is going to help us. Find the right class. Of corruption. I mean of, uh, illegal migration. Here we go. Miss Harris, One of Miss Harris Goals is to trump investment to the region. This is so funny. Now we're killing jobs in this country. And to add to killing the jobs. Joe and I She was my vice president. Joanna. Want to outsource jobs from America. Two. The triangle countries. And so we're asking our American businesses To invest. And and to send jobs to send their money out of the country. Like the illegal migrants are going to do and do For example, the number two I'm sorry, 20%. Guatemala's economy. Remittances from the illegals. So we're trying to get that up to like 50%. We want our country to give them all our money and still let their people invade. That's why we destroy that country Adults. Do I have a question? I'm sure my impersonation of her socks have just you know, it's that nasal e so much fun to pick on her because she's too easy. I should She is so bad that I almost it's almost like Cannot pick on. I would be more fun. Almost okay, let's continue on Yeah. For Guatemala. As far as she says her drama soon, But her job is to drum up investment for the region again, not for America, not for American jobs jobs, killing those. Her job is to kill more jobs by exporting them to Guatemala. And, uh, Grady, right? For Guatemala. That's big numbers of small and medium sized investors. Foreign and domestic or necessary for development, but are not on board with Ms Harris because they distrust her agenda. By the way, they know all this. It's all we all know. And they they, um they know all this and she by administration, almost all it is is a Kabuki theater. It's a show. To pretend like they're doing something clear. Most of the idiots out there who don't know or don't pay attention and for the useful idiots. But Grady writes. Miss Harris showed her hand or show her cards in Washington last month when she met with Guatemala's former attorney general, Thelma Adana. Despite myself done is to outstanding Guatemalan arrest warrants. On charges of corruption. By the way, it's like it's like Hunter Hunter is one of our diplomatic emissaries for China, the Ukraine, Russia. And we don't Arrest hunter or charge him. Well, in this case we have the former attorney general for Guatemala has two outstanding warrants. For her. And instead of bringing her to justice, or at least ignoring her Kamala's meeting with her. Mm. So this is where Kamala wants to send our money and jobs to corrupt officials and have them point the way. The former attorney general who's got two arrest warrants out for her arrest in Guatemala WHO column met with last month. The Guam. Guatemala Lady says that on Twitter, she said, she's the victim of dark forces who Conspiratorial tinfoil hat. That's who, Uh, tomorrow's meeting with her. Also, former Guatemalan High Court Judge, Gloria Porous was at the same meeting. Though there are scores of legal complaints against her at home for allegedly refusing to obey the constitution. These include complaints from a qualified majority of the Association of Representatives who drafted the Constitution of the mid 18 19 eighties. Majority of the people that drafted the Guatemalan constitutions say That the other person commandos meeting with from Guatemala. Is, uh Corrupt it was violating the Constitution is a former top judge for the country. Miss Porter's claims She was denied a third five year term as the justice and spend your You know who's Asia? Or should we say, Who is this? The other, Jonathan don't say capacities. You know? Possibly a..

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"mary anastasia" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:21 min | 2 months ago

"mary anastasia" Discussed on KGO 810

"On the roads a lot more 18 wheelers on the highways because you cannot use the waterways the way he should be able to use them if the ships could be built somewhere else and brought in and used to transport cargo, But you know, going back to the way the world has changed. I would say the one thing that hasn't changed. Is, you know, greed and power, and the politicians want the donations that these special interests give the minute you know a politician who says I'm going to fight. These guys will basically be defeated in the next round because they will give so much money to their opponents. So would have to be somebody or a group of politicians for willing to go down and you know, there's a lot of log rolling. That goes on. Also, I mean, John McCain was a famous staunch opponent of the job. In fact, he gave speeches and speeches and speeches on the Senate floor. But he was from Arizona. You know, you might notice there's no water well, the Arizona so these guys know that they can pick their spots places where there's water places where their shipbuilding and they get control of the politicians in those markets and meantime, with 30 seconds to go. It is a foreign trip to go from Washington. Stayed Yusa to Alaska State Yusa. If the Senate has its way, is that correct? That's a forest. That's the proposal that senators Macau scan Sullivan are putting up to actually temporarily identify this route as a foreign route, so that temporarily those ships can go to Alaska this summer. I mean, I think that a better path would be just too. Repeal the 135 year old law, but something tells me that's not gonna happen. Mary Anastasia O'Grady, She's the America's columnist for the Wall Street Journal editorial Board as well as the Americas editor. And if you think it's foreign travel to go from Washington to Alaska, you get a 100 on your grade right now. I'm John Bachelor. This is the new John Bachelor shell. CBS Audio Never My name is raising Lucy I'm a retired teacher. I'm 91 years old, and this is how I live United, I say retired, but not really. Once a.

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"mary anastasia" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:54 min | 2 months ago

"mary anastasia" Discussed on KGO 810

"Visit Rick adelman dot com. I'm John Match. This is the new John Baxter Shows TVs Audio Network. I welcome Mary Anastasia O'Grady, the Americas editor and columnist for The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board. Introducing me to protectionism, but not Current protectionism, not tariffs. Between the U. S in China. That's been in the news these last years. No, this is protectionism left over from the 19th and early 20th century that right now the unintended consequences during the pandemic. Is that is costing states money costing US states money. One in particular Alaska, marry a very good evening to you. Protectionism always has a winner and lots of losers. In this case, it appears That the losers include Alaska what protectionism is preventing cruise ships from visiting Alaska. And how is this part of the larger story of shipping protectionism in America? Good evening to you? Well, good evening, John. The problem that Alaska is having right now is that a majority of the tourists that visit Alaska in the summertime which, of course, is the time to go to Alaska arrived by ship? And, um there's an action and to created law in the United States passed in 18 86 that's called the Passenger Vessel Services Act. And that law says that a ship that's sailing from a U. S port to another U. S port must be a U. S. Flagged US owned us built and U. S crude OK, and it's very hard to get a U. S ship built today at a price. That you can afford to buy and run cruises. It's just out of the question. So what the cruise ships do is that they buy the ships from other countries or built in other countries. They docked them or they put them at the pier in Seattle and on their cruises to or from the last day they're going up to Alaska are coming back. They stop in Canada. And so this allows them to fulfill this idea that they need to stop in a foreign port in order not to fall under a violation of the passenger services vessel be sorry Passenger Vessel Services Act so they can't go from Seattle to Anchorage. They have to go from Seattle to a foreign country and then to Anchorage. The problem is that for the second summer in a row, Canada has closed its ports. So last summer, Alaskan tourism really suffered a lot, but to have to back to back years of no tourists coming from the lower 48 is a real as I said in my column, gut punch for the Alaskans because they make like a lot of tourist places. They make the bulk of their income for the whole year during the summer season, And if these cruise ships don't sell, they are not going to get the tours they need. They're not gonna have the money. They're really having an economic crunch, so that's the problem. Um, for you know the Americans who normally are harmed by this act, But they found this carve out around it by stopping in Canada. Now that's been eliminated, and they're really suffering from this law. That's 135 years old. You mentioned, however, that the two senators Mrs Sullivan and Miss Murkowski of Alaska Are not just concentrating on the cruise vessels that are not arriving because the ports in Canada are closed because of the pathetic they're also recipients of generosity from the maritime lobbies. I imagine other senators are as well. What is it that the maritime lobbies believe they're achieving by being generous towards politicians? This far field is the last gun is near at hand. Is Florida. What do they want? Well, the lobby is preserving the passenger vessel Services active 18 86. They're also working 86. They're under 35 years 135 years old and the and the Jones Act, which is 1920, which says something similar in cabotage and bringing cargo from one port to another. But sticking with the passenger act. This lobby is like all special interests lobby whether they're sugar producers or what have you They spent 24 7 and all the excess wealth that they generate by their protectionism in supporting politicians that will protect the existing law, which prohibits These cruise ships that From going from one U. S port to another. The idea is that it would force ships to be built in the US, For example, on the Mississippi River. You do have ships that go up and down the Mississippi River carrying passengers. Those ships have to be built in the U. S. So the shipbuilding industry, which is not competitive with the rest of the world, wants that law to stay in place because that way they can, you know, not have to compete on prices and wages and all the rest. S So what they do is that they make sure they give a lots of money by partisan by the way, lots of money to senators in Hawaii, Alaska. On book and in places like the Gulf of Mississippi, where they build ships. Trent Lott was a very You remember Senator Trent Lott of Mississippi leader for many years? Yes, in the Senate was a very big recipient of money from the maritime lobby s O, This is ah. You know, it's a business on its being exposed right now, because of the suffering of the people in Alaska. I no marry that it's a business, but this is before aircraft. Before the highways before the gasoline engine overtook everything in terms of transport in the United States before pipelines before fracking, they're reaching back to 18 86. Everything's changed since 18 86 and everything's changed this 19 twenties. Well, what they're protecting no longer exists, except I guess of course, they're prohibiting competition. Global competition. They're keeping out. Opportunity for other carriers who would very well be, uh, enjoy the investments of the American investor class if they were allowed to compete in the U. S. We're keeping out Yeah, I would say it's even worse than that in some way because you point out highways. There's a lot of cargo that might be carried taking some pressure off our highways. You know, because the Jones act prohibits the introduction of all these ships that might be bringing of cargo from point A to point B. Ah lot more of it ends up traveling. On the roads a lot more 18 wheelers on the highways because you cannot use the waterways the way he should be able to use them if the ships could be built somewhere.

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"mary anastasia" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:45 min | 5 months ago

"mary anastasia" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"I'm John Got, Sir. This is the John Buster show. Welcome. My colleague Mary Anastasia O'Grady. Remember the editorial board of The Wall Street Journal. She is the America's columnist and editor at the Journal. Editorial board, riding most recently of the events of January 6th in Washington, from the point of view of people who have observed this happening to their capital or their country. Especially in Latin America. The term of art that turns my attention right now is participatory democracy, said a K a people taking to direct action in order to influence political decision. Mary guides me in her excellent column to a document from 2013. This is participatory democracy versus deliberative democracy elements for a possible theoretical genealogy. Two histories and some intersections by the scholar Antonio, Florida and the part that dominates my thinking is the history part of it. This is the definition of participatory democracy in this scholarly paper. By Jane Mansbridge. Participatory Democracy came into widespread use after 1962 when students for a Democratic society as C S gave it a central place and its founding Port Huron statement. What The term meant then was unclear, and it became less clear afterwards as it was applied to virtually every form of organization that brought more people into the decision making process. In the actual organizations of the new left, However, my youth the term came to be associated quite quickly with the combination of equality, consensus and face to face assembly. Marry a very good evening to you and thank you for guiding me to this paper. It's quite long and has many moving parts. But right now, participatory democracy appears to describe what we witnessed in Washington on January 6 from both ends of the mall. Is that fair minded right now, Mary Good evening to you. Well, Good evening, John and thank you for having me. I wrote this column because when I saw the violence on Wednesday, and I thought back to the summer time when we had lots of violence in the street people taking their grievances to the streets And I had a conversation with a Latin American friend of mine, which, as I mentioned in the column he looked at what happened in Washington said looked like home. Um Telling people never mind. Those people you elected in the Legislature who are deliberating the best policies and given take and consensus building inside the Legislature. Don't Don't pay attention to that. Go to the streets and get what you want, And that's a long time tradition In many of these countries in Latin America, I'm surprised in a little bit dismissed and very dismayed to see that it seems to be happening more and more in this country, and it's often described as participatory democracy. Now, a lot of people who believe in this concept of put participatory democracy will say no, no, no, no, That's not what it is. It's just You know, people organizing, But in the end, of course, everybody can organize this with special interests are all about And what what happens with the breakdown comes is when those people are then directed To use physical intimidation as part of their organization process, and I think that's what we're seeing in a lot of these instances in the US where we're seeing greater political violence. In contrast to the word deliberative democracy, this again is miss as Professor Floridians paper. How is that understood as a contrast to participatory Mary Well deliberative democracy is normally it's sort of more of the traditional what we think traditionally, particularly the 20th century in the United States, where you know elected representatives go to a special place the Legislature and they use reason. On, Do they debate and they make compromises? And they draft a policy that is, you know, agreed upon and you know, they accept ideas like pluralism, You know, just because you have 51% of the votes, you don't just mow down the other side. Um, that would be a Very majoritarian way of looking at government. But we believe in they say this idea of using reason and making some compromises in order to find common ground and so forth and participatory democracy. Says. Okay, get your groups together..

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"mary anastasia" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

08:46 min | 8 months ago

"mary anastasia" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"I'm John Baxter. This is the John Baxter Show. I welcome Mary Anastasia O'Grady, The Americas editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal Editorial board, pointing us to an election in the new world within these next hours on Sunday, an election in Bolivia, you will remember That color flee the president of Bolivia, Longtime Evo Morales fled the country after challenged by the his voters about fixing the last presidential election. He now lives in exile in Argentina after making stops in Mexico, among other places. However. Marry a very good evening to you. Louis Arcee is a presidential candidate Within these next days for the first round of voting, he represents the movement towards Socialism Party. In your column. You identify Louis Arcee as a stand in a surrogate and avatar for morale is his morale is coming back. Good evening to you, Mayor. Well. Good evening, John. I don't think Morales is coming back as president. I could be wrong about that. But there's no doubt that he's kind of the power behind the throne that whoever gets in there is president more. Alice is going to be calling the shock. And one reason for that is that morality is the secretary general. Of Bolivia's Federation of Coca Growers, which is now one of the biggest distribute producers and distributors of cocaine in the region. And you know that's where all the money is. That's where all the power is, and he has had that job since 1996. He did not give that job up during his 14 years. As president of Bolivia, and he remains the you know the dawn of that organised crime group. So that's really where the powers and whoever you know becomes president. If it is Luis Arce, who is the candidate for more Alice's party. Will basically take orders from ore Alice. There had interim presidents they've had other actors come forward to run for the presidency. But if I recall you're reporting on Morales over the years, his strength is in Ah, the popular will of the poor people. Does that continue? Does he have the support of the what? Let's say the the the the the Disadvantaged. Well, the party again. Louise Arcee is the candidate more Alice. Is that the figurehead of the party? The party? Yes, it's the populist left wing party. So it's everything you and you know, Think of when you think of the party with those politics. Claims to be a defender of the poor in Bolivia. There's also a heavy racial, um, component to politics because The indigenous population is significant and has become a very meaningful political force in the country. But what's interesting is that Despite all that the party doesn't have a majority of the voters. They're polling at about 35% when you adjust the total number of votes because it's mandatory voting in in Bolivia, so many people go To meet their mandatory requirement, but they spoiled about They either vote blank or they do something to the ballot. So when they count up how many votes went for any one candidate, they had just a denominator according to the valid votes. And when you calculate what the expectation is for Luis Arce, it's expected that so he's polling at about 35%. He will probably get around 44% of the valid votes because a lot of the votes will be no annulled. And but But still, that's Less than half of the population backing these ideas, and that's significant, I think. I mean, it shows that despite all the headline to read about how popular more Alice was, you know, really a majority of the country does not support him or his ideas. Morales represents not just the growers Association identify but also he's a protege of Fidel Castro these many years later, that sounds sentimental. But there's a growing opinion in Latin America that many of these states are fragile and that fragility is being taken advantage of by Morales and his colleagues. Not the least of which is Maduro of Venezuela. Now is that old news auras. Morale is working in some fashion with Maduro and other actors like Iran, Russia I mentioned to mention two or Hezbollah, too, to destabilize all the countries of Latin America. What can you say about that? General opinion, Mary for sure, the Mask Party, which is the movement towards socialism. That's the name of more Alice Party, which is goes by must and they ask That party is still very closely allied with The Venezuela, Nicaragua, Cuba axis. If you will in the region and yes, they they have close relation with Iran. And they are friendly to Russia. Because you know Russia sees that is a way to get there. But, you know, get a foothold in the Western Hemisphere. Eso. Yeah, All of those all of the above. I mean, they still have the ideals of Cuba. They want to promote these ideas of basically anti American anti progress, anti democratic ideals and one of the things that morality did When he was a power was he did not abide by any of the norms that you and I think of with modern liberal democracy, including things like term limits and so forth. He He was elected that he changed the Constitution and the new constitution, said he could run twice. So then he had three and then he said, Well, my first term doesn't count because the Constitution is new. So he put three terms under his belt. And then of course he was, he decided he wanted to run for 1/4 term. He held a referendum. The voters said, No, you cannot have 1/4 term. Then he went to the Supreme Court, which was his in his pocket. And they said, Yes, you can. You can rule indefinitely, And so then he ran. And then of course, as you mentioned he ran into problems last year when he was accused of fraud, and he had to flee the country. But the fact of the matter is he saw no problem with staying indefinitely in that office. Which is, you know, goes really against the idea that most people have of democracy where you limit the power of the executive. And the ability of them just to, you know, sort of dig in and hang around for decades. That's a very human I'd help but it's not very consistent with as they say, Modern liberal democracy. Married the election. The first round the election coming up Louis Arcee, should we regard him as just a tool, or is it possible he could develop independence? On rescue Bolivia. We just have 30 seconds. Well, I mean, it's always possible you had that happened in Ecuador, where the vice president ran and he ended up turning on. Ah, Cordelia. Oh, and it's possible, but I feel like it's low probability, and the reason is because the coca business in the cocaine business is so powerful financially that it It plays a huge role in politics. And in Bolivia. Mariana Sage O'Grady, the Americas editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board. I'm John Bachelor. This is the John Baxter. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world. One life at a.

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"mary anastasia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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02:18 min | 1 year ago

"mary anastasia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"mary anastasia" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"mary anastasia" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm John that sure this is the John Batchelor show I welcome my colleagues senator Maria Fernandez kebab she's a member of the legislature in Bogota Colombia and Joseph Meyer the executive director of secure free society he's in North America Maria is in South America and was speaking out of the case now dealing with the virus as the world turns and it is fall below the equator while it is spring above the equator there is an addict to suggest that the virus certainly it is an act of the suggested flew follows temperature and humidity so we watch now as the virus takes hold in south of the equator it really from Central America all the way to the south and the nation that everybody's eyes are a is a Brazil because it's the most populous state because is led by an extremely colorful sometimes called populist president ball so narrow and because its death rate and its report of viruses have been climbing for separatist lay in these last days just five begin with you because I as I learn from our colleague Mary Anastasia o'grady who writes for the Wall Street journal editorial page there's a contest in all of the south American states that are challenged by the virus between poverty and the virus lockdown is seen as impractical impossible because people need to work we saw this in Peru last week where people were evacuating Lima where there were many desks to go to the countryside where they can work and escape the lockdown I'm told this is the same thing in Brazil is that accurate Joseph good evening to John yeah that's that is very active I think that's a great way to characterize the challenge not just in Latin America but globally I think every country including United States world wrestling with the challenge of how to implement the new mitigate mitigation measures to be able to cover the growth of the spread of the virus but at the same time we don't want to shoot ourselves in the foot you don't want to just destroy our economy so that other kind of illnesses grow grow including mental health illnesses and and other things that happen when you have over ten fifteen twenty percent unemployment exactly that's exactly that little was happening in Brazil but the challenge if you like that president bill from our house in Brazil isn't just edge and challenge how to react and and what actions to take and I think nominally meet you might find out after the end of the day that maybe his measures weren't the worst that he he had a four minutes on some social distancing guidelines but you haven't been the harshest in terms of having a national lock and maybe that that is the way to cook learning more more about different approaches of government that haven't been as strict on that however he's big challenges communications because that's where I think he's being hit the most if if President Bush and I were able to communicate better the reasoning behind why he's either the debating with the vocal governors why he's resorting to focus more on the economy I think that would when I go a lot farther in between the policy of the Brazilian government because his challenge primarily right now if the put up of a logical explanation and by the Brazilian people the state is that we have we have those buyers today we were in the world but we have to deal with our economy as well and that's a big concern for Brazil who was a month ago can you let America is also facing a potential recession senator I note that the United States president trump's administration is talked about a ban on travel from Brazil the question is will this be effective is Brazil's such a threat to the United States how was this scene in the rest of Latin America does this make sense or does it seem discriminatory we in fact we're we are frightened all residents trump taking that kind of decision we understand that because breast deal now it is there in the second the biggest a amount of top three hundred seventy eight thousand people come in with the whole bit nineteen and they have the twenty three thousand that I could see the want to prevent a another it is the you know the contagious how contagious it should be if you currently are are you know dropping now the curve dropping the numbers soldier flattening the curve with with better numbers a I think somebody has hi they told president trump that he would be a good idea because always airport where the main net points so grabbing a virus but we feel we feel Hey I'm comfortable with that decision because it could be taken against any of us any of our country and of course we have a very close relationship with the U. S. no dirt no just during the first commercially very close we are three hours Melissa's Miami we have business going back and forth so I hope the decision from president trump would be for a short time Mexico Mexico also struggles with poverty versus the virus and there's irony here because the report from Bloomberg and others is that Mexico fears the virus spreading from the U. S. to Mexico Bloomberg reports that Mexico city's desks are four times the official virus count but Joseph I come to you again AMLO is not so well off his economy is not so vibrant that he can tolerate a shut down for very long he's been urging the mangy major manufacturers to go back to work I could see however that the U. S. could ban travel from Mexico if the virus continues to climb the way Bloomberg is reporting what do you hear from Mexico City is it talking to US about about reviving the U. S. economy we do a lot of cross border trade this profound to the GDP of both countries yes correct particularly the the economy of Texas in Texas is about eighty percent of that trade so that's that's the major hit on taxes that they would shut the border in terms of trade not not just in terms of other passengers across border traffic but you know you're right John Mexico is one of the countries that at its highest at risk not just in terms of the virus but in terms of their economy being as sensually spun into a recession because of the version because of the things that happened before that Mexico is already a burgeoning economic crises before the pandemic did a call me stagnated at a little bit above the percentage zero point two percent growth in twenty nineteen the IMF had projected a contraction of point five percent and it for twenty twenty so this was before the virus it's after the virus now we're looking at those numbers will be getting worse according to the economic commission for Latin America the group that analyzes the economic trends back because I'm a trend in the region they say there's three countries in the region hello well have great increases in extreme poverty those are Mexico Nicaragua and Ecuador and so that's all that's in the context of what the the the current government in Mexico needs to wrestle with how much was it other countries but it's hitting them harder in terms of the economy so I think right now about you know give a take about a quarter of the population is below the poverty line and and I think for that for for Mexico is going to be a major challenge for them to deal with the months to come the senator I come to you with the policy debate here about Paula poverty versus the virus is there a general opinion of of the fact that people can go back to work and live with the virus that that is the case in Africa have reported on the virus in Africa which is just beginning to spread in the south tempered so like it is beginning to spread and a Latin America do people speak of working with the virus or is the general opinion that lockdown is a critical no not any more log down is that the solution people understand now are both feared that they need to work if we don't open our economy it will be a in a very critical way our economy has never seen the Argentinian economy or US other countries like they do in the past a light came sailing to pay your you know we have never had it how bad did the dropping of the the value of our currency our economy has been very conservative Hey we have many problems to face of course the user I. D. K. all the drug trafficking however I think that the president has done it you will but he needs to move forward to openness and he needs to give more money into the economy not just for free you can give credit today we were just talking with former president to needy in our party that the government should immediately release credits directly not through the back specially to those business the the that the current they have that four days he produced allowed out of service desk they hire a lot of people now they have their up through the closing the hotels and tourism restaurant but soon two three months they could open again so we I think we're all we are more conscious today that is not held versus a condom quickly Joseph Argentina the default then go she Asians under way they've defaulted on on sovereign debt but the negotiations continue is this separate from the virus or is it an integrated into the story well it's it's it's separate in the sense that Argentina already had a major issue before the virus that has about three hundred twenty two billion dollars in debt but the coolants about eighty eight percent of the GDP such a tremendous amount of that's one of the most indebted countries in the world as a matter of fact so in that sense it's separate but it also obviously plays within the conversation of the virus because it is a new a government of Argentina commended government had any hopes of having a recovery this year those hopes are diminishing by the day because as most countries are learning of most countries in America are going to head into a recession and the lessons that you just don't know different so I think right now that there would be on the strategies that underpin government is doing to buy time and looking to restructure some of that that delay payment to buy time so but he called on the last payment recently I think about half a million dollar payment but they're negotiating builders structure the debt so that we can pay it next year and and I think they want to put it used to cope with that the reason for for the extension Jessica Meyer the secure free society senator Maria Fernando Cabral of the legislature in Bogota when we come back you remember those mysterious Iranian freighters five or six of them headed to the Caribbean well there's more to the.

John Batchelor Colombia Joseph Meyer executive director South America senator Maria Fernandez Bogota North America
"mary anastasia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"mary anastasia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In South America and was speaking out the ace now dealing with the virus as the world turns and it is fall below the equator while it is spring above the equator there is an anecdote to suggest that the virus certainly it is an act of the suggested flew follows temperature and humidity so we watch now as the virus takes hold in south of the equator it really from Central America all the way to the south and the nation that everybody's eyes are a is a Brazil because it's the most populous state because is led by an extremely colorful sometimes called populist president boasts an Arab and because its death rate and its report of viruses have been climbing for separatist Lee in these last days just about begin with you because I as I learn from our colleague Mary Anastasia o'grady who writes for the Wall Street journal editorial page there's a contest in all of the south American states that are challenged by the virus between poverty and the virus lockdown is seen as impractical impossible because people need to work we saw this in Peru last week where people were evacuating Lima where there were many desks to go to the countryside where they can work and escape the lockdown I'm told this is the same thing in Brazil is that accurate Joseph good evening to good evening John yeah that's that that's very accurate I think that the guy a great way to characterize the challenges in Latin America but globally I think every country including United States world wrestling with the challenge of how to implement the new mitigate mitigation measures to be able to cover the growth of the spread of the virus but at the same time we don't want to shoot ourselves in the foot we don't want to just destroy our common to that other kind of illness kids grow grow including mental health illnesses and and other things that happen when you have over ten fifteen twenty percent unemployment insisted that's exactly the little what's happening in Brazil but if you don't if you like that President Bush tomorrow has been busy L. isn't just a challenge how to react and and what actions to take lady nominally wheat you might find out after the end of the day that maybe his measures weren't the worst that he he had an appointment at some some social distancing guidelines but he had been the harshest in terms of having a national lock and maybe that that is the way to cook learning more more about the privileges of government that haven't been as strict on that however I think he's big challenges communications because that's where I think he'd be hit the most it it principles and I were able to communicate better the reasoning behind why he's either debating with his local governors why he's resorting to focus more on the economy I think that would when I go a lot farther in between the policy of the Brazilian government because his challenge primarily right now is to put logical explanation in by the Brazilian people to say look this good we have we have this virus to get you in the world but we have to deal with our economy as well and that's a big concern for Brazil who is as much legal can you let America is also facing a potential recession senator I note that the United States president trump's administration is talked about a ban on travel from Brazil the question is will this be effective is Brazil such a threat to the United States how was this scene in the rest of Latin America does this make sense or does it seem discriminatory we in fact we're we are frightened all residents trump taking that kind of decision we understand that because breast deal now he is there in the background the the biggest a amount of top three hundred seventy eight thousand people come in with with nineteen on the how of the twenty three thousand that I could see president trump wants to prevent a another is in the you know the contagious so contagious it should be if you currently are are you know dropping now the curve dropping the numbers soldier flattening the curve with with better numbers a I think somebody has hi they told president trump that he would be a good idea because always airport where did main nav coin still spreading and the virus but we feel we feel okay I'm comfortable with that decision because it could be taken against any of us any of our country and of course we have a very close relationship with the U. S. no dirt just three because commercially very close we are three hours Melissa to Miami we have business going back and forth so I hope the decision from president trump would be for a short time Mexico Mexico also struggles with poverty versus the virus and there's irony here because the report from Bloomberg and others is that Mexico fears the virus spreading from the U. S. to Mexico Bloomberg reports that Mexico city's desks are four times the official virus count but Joseph I come to you again AMLO is not so well off his economy is not so vibrant that he can tolerate a shut down for very long he's been urging the mangy major manufacturers to go back to work I could see however that the U. S. could ban travel from Mexico if the virus continues to climb the way Bloomberg is reporting what do you hear from Mexico City is it talking to US about about reviving the U. S. economy we do a lot of cross border trade this profound to the GDP of both countries yes correct particularly the the economy of Texas are detected in about eighty percent of the trade so that's that's the major hit on taxes that they would shut the border in terms of trade not not just in terms of other passengers across border traffic but you know you're right John Mexico is one of the countries that at its highest at risk not just in terms of the virus but in terms of their economy being as essentially spun into a recession because of the rising because of the things that happened before that Mexico is already the verge of an economic crisis before the pandemic with a clammy stagnated at a little bit of both the percentage zero point two percent growth in twenty nineteen the IMF had projected a contraction of point five percent and it for twenty twenty so this is for the virus exactly the virus now we're looking at those numbers will be getting worse according to the economic commission for Latin America the group that analyzes the economic trends back because of a change in the region they say there's three countries in the region I love that will have great increases in extreme poverty those are Mexico Nicaragua and Ecuador and so that's the old act in the context of what the the the current government in Mexico needs to wrestle with how much was it other countries but it's hitting them harder in terms of their time so I think right now about you know give a take about a quarter of the population is below the poverty line and and I think for that for for Mexico is going to be a major challenge for them to deal with them months to come senator I come to you with the policy debate here about Paul and poverty versus the virus is there a general opinion of of the fact that people can go back to work and live with the virus that that is the case in Africa have reported on the virus in Africa which is just beginning to spread in the south temperate zone like it is beginning to spread and a Latin America do people speak of working with the virus or is the general opinion that lockdown is a critical no not any more you're logged down is that the solution people understand now are both feared that they need to work if we don't open our economy it will be a in a very critical way our economy has never seen the Argentinian economy or up other countries like they do in the past a light came sailing to pay your you know we have never had it have that it is dropping all the the value of our currency our economy has been very conservative Hey we have many problems to face of course the right K. all the drug trafficking however I think that the president has done it pretty well but he needs to move forward to open it and he needs to give more money into the economy not just for free you can give credit today we were just talking with former presidents routinely in our party that the government should immediately release Grady directly not through the vast specially to those business dots the dots they they have that day he produced a lot of service says they hire a lot of people now they have their up through the closing the hotels and tourism restaurants but soon two three months they could open again so we I think for us we are more conscious today that is not hailed versus a condom quickly Joseph Argentina the default then go she Asians under way they've defaulted on on sovereign debt but the negotiations continue is this separate from the virus or is it an integrated into the story well it's it's it's separate innocent that Argentina already had a major update issue before the virus that has about thirty to twenty two billion dollars a day but the coolants about eighty percent of the GDP such a tremendous amount of that's one of the most indebted countries in the world as a matter of fact so in that sense it's separate but it also obviously plays within the conversation of the virus because it is a new a government of Argentina commended government had any hopes of having a recovery this year those hopes are diminishing by the day because as most countries are learning of most countries in America are going to head into a recession and unless and until Mr no different so I think right now the the what the how does the strategy that the only thing government is going to buy time and looking to restructure some of the debt delay payments and by time so but he called on the last payment recently I've been thinking about a half a million dollar payment within the Goshen builders structure the debt so that we can pay it next year and and I think they want to put to use the code is that the reason for for the extension Jessica Meyer the secure free society senator Maria Fernanda cabal of the legislature in Bogota when we come back you remember those mysterious Iranian freighters five or six of them headed to the Caribbean well there's more to the mystery I'm John Batchelor this is the John Batchelor show make.

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06:52 min | 1 year ago

"mary anastasia" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm not sure this is the John Batchelor show just FOR of secure free societies the executive director and my guide on Latin American mysteries these many years is here with me at C. pack twenty twenty we're in the midst of a celebration and the beginning of a reelection campaign for president trump however one of the foreign policy disappointments of the first trump administration is Venezuela Jos mentions Venezuela the quick background on this is Google Chavez has joined his maker and left Venice well in the hands of a man who is inadequate in all instances of communicating to a communicating his name is majora since then the Venezuelan economy has collapsed so that it looks like a failed state millions or hundreds of thousands of prominent people have fled to neighboring countries and and here's the mystery Joseph this portion brought to you by scholars dot com the mystery is the currency is no good yeah I have a door introduced something called the Petro yeah there is something called the Boulevard and I'm told by our close colleague Mary Anastasia o'grady there's dollarization yeah so how does it work in Venezuela and is this sustainable from Adora so first of all this a little back on the economic situation so Venezuela has the highest inflation in the world we're talking over a million percent that means that every day the dollar the the blueberry and currency the Bolivar it's just depreciates by the minute it's no longer worthless it's did no longer using any kind of affect the payment system so that's one of the reasons that most of the individuals are moving towards the informal economy and within that they're using dollars they're finding dollars in the black market some actually cross the border into Colombia grabbed dollars in Colombia then come back in the Venezuelan trade I'm in the informal markets inside the country the second thing is Venezuela because of this cult you know economic calamity has X. now the number the second largest refugee crisis in the world we're now heading at five point five million refugees around the world most of that's in South America but there's plenty of refugees in Europe there's actually a lot of refugees now in the United States and this is a situation has created for the United States probably the biggest challenge in the western hemisphere in this era that we live a great power competition with Russia China and Iran Venezuela is that challenge on this side of the world the challenge though is to the whole region right now just a failed state because the region is burdened by the population fleeing in addition there's no reason to believe that my door is quiet in his dictatorship I know that Cuba has lent soldiers and secret police as enforcers I know that Caracas is said to be a stopping place for his beloved cation ours yes we can presume that Russia and Iran are welcome in Caracas is this staple no this is absolutely not stable he is one of the interesting things there's just turn that machine Kaleb had made famous he wrote a book about a call anti fragile and it's a term they think aptly describes Venezuela the anti fragility because it is something that's fragile is easily broken if you punch you break it the opposite of fragile would be robust you punch it you break your hand but anti fragile is something when you punch it you make it stronger and I think that's the problem and the complexity of what we see in seven as well the more we hit it the more we pressured the more we try to stop it the more expands almost like a like a fungus or like a like a cancer just metastasize and spread throughout the region because I think the way that they've established their network of the strategy that they have is a strategy that encompasses illicit networks encompasses nonstate actors and it doesn't just depend on Caracas it doesn't depend on me to Florida isn't present in our region leader Nicolas Maduro it depends on all the drug cartels on Hezbollah on the FARC and ELN in they don't respect borders and boundaries I mean they'll move easily in and out all the way up into the United States and out when it whenever they need to I think that's the part complexity of the problem that we have in Venezuela it's an anti fragile system that traditional strategies a maximum pressure don't seem to be working the man who was chosen to leave Venezuela and exile is not in exile is in Venice well there has been no way to correct and he was at the state of the union address in the gallery however nothing mmhm there was the expectation he is the hero he has the assembly behind him supporting him the Americans are behind him supporting a Mike Pompeo speaks seven and yet nothing now is this because there's no interests inside Venezuela because the military turns their back on him why no I think part of it the complexity of what I'm describing you it's not a challenge like we've seen any any time in the history of the modern history of Latin America it's one of the most complex places in the world right up there with Ukraine in Syria the South China Sea it's one of those places is that it's very hard to contain I don't think it's for lack of attention both from the Venezuelans much less the neighborhood Colombians in Brazil I think even president trump and I have to say this president trump is the first president of the United States in the last thirty years price since president Reagan to truly give Latin America more attention on the national security scaled them to provide assistance and support to the region to help on the national security situation of the region so I got a great give president trump credit now but the problem is he's having a hard time because this is a a challenge that I think it's well beyond anything we've experienced before is greater the right man to leave Venezuela he's the man is the constitutional president so it is not because we selected him is not because anyone decided just walk up and say we want this guy one way though he was the president of the National Assembly because per the constitution if you don't recognize the current person because he committed electoral fraud because he's a dictator then he's the right man for the job now the question is does he have the fortitude to go all the way he's been criticized heavily for his decision so there's been a lot of mistakes over the last year but right now I think he is the man he is the man in this part of the constitution of Escuela but we're getting into a situation where we have been trying to realize that the solution to the crisis in Venezuela isn't just with one way inside Venezuela is with all the countries in Latin America they have to get on the same page and the truth is John there not a lot of countries in Latin America don't know or don't believe that we should escalate further against Maduro and Minnesota because they think that and they think it'll it'll escalate to a full on war all right thirty seconds is majora sustained by the neighborhood is that what you're saying Columbia and the other border states are saying the door is better than a No so very quickly the best way to understand it because Maduro is a look at the Charlotte side in Syria all right what do we learn what pressure either side after years week official aside is it easy bushel is said to be controlled by external actors we can Maduro eager person controlled tests of Omar of.

executive director John Batchelor president
"mary anastasia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"mary anastasia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Executive director and my guide on Latin American mysteries these many years is here with me at C. pack twenty twenty we're in the midst of a celebration and the beginning of a reelection campaign for president trump however one of the foreign policy disappointments of the first trump administration is Venezuela Jos mentions that as well the quick background on this is Google Chavez has joined his maker and left Venezuela in the hands of a man who is inadequate in all instances of communicating to the communicating his name is majora since then the Venezuelan economy has collapsed so that it looks like a failed state millions or hundreds of thousands of prominent people have fled to neighboring countries and and here's the mystery Joseph this portion brought to you by scholars outcome the mystery is the currency is no good yeah and the door introduced something called the Petro yeah there is something called the Boulevard and I'm told by our close colleague Mary Anastasia o'grady there's dollarization yeah so how does it work in Venezuela and is this sustainable from a door so first of all this a little back on the economic situation so Venezuela has the highest inflation in the world we're talking over a million percent that means that every day the dollar the the blueberry and currency the Bolivar it is depreciates by the minute it's no longer worthless it's did no longer using any kind of affect the payment system so that's one of the reasons that most of the individuals are moving towards the informal economy and within that they're using dollars they're finding dollars in the black market some actually cross the border into Colombia grabbed dollars in Colombia then come back in the Venezuelan trade him in the informal markets inside the country the second thing is Venezuela because of this cult you know economic calamity has X. now the number the second largest refugee crisis in the world we're now heading at five point five million refugees around the world most of that's in South America but there's been the refugees in Europe there's actually a lot of refugees now in United States and this is a situation has created for the United States probably the biggest challenge in the western hemisphere in this era that we live a great power competition with Russia China and Iran Venezuela is that challenge on this side of the world the challenge though is to the whole region right now I'm just in a failed state because the region is burdened by the population fleeing in addition there's no reason to believe that the door is quiet in his dictatorship I know that Cuba has lent soldiers and secret police as enforcers I know that Caracas is said to be a stopping place for his beloved cation yes we can presume that Russia and Iran are welcome in Caracas is this staple no this is absolutely not stable he is one of the interesting things is just turn that machine Pelham had made famous he wrote a book about a call anti fragile it is a term they think aptly describes Venezuela the anti fragility because it is something that's fragile is easily broken if you punch you break it the opposite of fragile would be robust you punch it you break your hand but anti fragile is something when you punch it you make it stronger and I think that's the problem and the complexity of what we see in seven as well the more we hit it the more we pressured the more we try to stop it the more expands almost like a like a fungus or like a like a cancer just metastasize and spread throughout the region because I think the way that they've established their network the the strategy that they have is a strategy that encompasses illicit networks encompasses nonstate actors and it doesn't just depend on Caracas it doesn't depend on me to Florida isn't present regime leader Nicolas Maduro it depends on all the drug cartels on Hezbollah on the far than the elan and they don't respect borders and boundaries I mean they'll move easily in and out all the way up into the United States and out when it whenever they need to I think that's the point complexity of the problem that we have in Venezuela it's an anti fragile system that traditional strategies a maximum pressure don't seem to be working the man who was chosen to leave Venezuela in exile is not in exile he said that as well has been waiting for it and he was at the state of the union address in the gallery however nothing mmhm there was the expectation here the hero he has the assembly behind him supporting him the Americans are behind him supporting a Mike Pompeii speak seven and yet nothing new is this because there's no interests inside Venezuela because the military turns their back on him why no I think part of it the complexity of what I'm describing you it's not a challenge like we've seen any any time in the history of the modern history of Latin America is one of the most complex places in the world right up there with Ukraine in Syria the South China Sea it's one of those places it is very hard to contain I don't think it's for lack of attention both from the Venezuelans much less the neighborhood Colombians in Brazil I think even president trump and I have to say this president trump is the first president of the United States in the last thirty years price since president Reagan to truly give Latin America more attention on the national security scaled them to provide assistance and support to the region can help on the national security situation of the region so I got a great give president trump credit now but the problem is he's having a hard time because this is a a challenge that I think is well beyond anything we've experienced before is greater the right man to leave Venezuela he's the man is the constitutional president so it is not because we selected him is not because anyone decided just walk up and say we want this guy one way though he was the president of the National Assembly because per the constitution if you don't recognize the current prison because he committed electoral fraud because he's a dictator then he's the right man for the job now the question is does he have the fortitude to go all the way he's been criticized heavily for his decisions it is been a lot of mistakes over the last year but right now I think he is the man he is the man in this part of the constitution of Escuela but we're getting into a situation where we had was trying to realize that the solution to the crisis in Venezuela isn't just with one way inside as well as with all the countries in Latin America they have to get on the same page and the truth is John there not a lot of countries in Latin America don't know or don't believe that we should escalate further against Maduro and Minnesota because they think the I think they think it'll it'll escalate to a full on war all right thirty seconds is majora sustained by the neighborhood is that what you're saying Columbia and other border states are saying the door is better than a No so very quickly the best way to understand it because Maduro is a look at bush hall aside in Syria all right what do we learn with Bashar al Assad after eight years the week official aside is it easier bushel is said to be controlled by external actors.

Executive director president
"mary anastasia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"mary anastasia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"So I trump said the world is watching well one well I mean it's true but and then look at when Barack Obama as president in the two thousand nine green movement to the Iranian uprise the spring rains spring a Brack Obama did not overtly publicly support people who were protesting and rising up instead he sided with the terrorist Islamist government city could appease them and put together a nuclear deal how much is your would it be to put together a nuclear deal if the mullahs rover thrown how much easier would it be to put together nuclear deal if the sixty percent of the people that are in Iran being oppressed of that like us don't hate us we're the ones doing the deal I I don't think you'd have to threaten cajole them because their **** are peas and that he just cut a deal with them because they're not a hard liner Islamist extremists who want to kill tell us and they want freedom and I I can't believe how simple and poignant is that what trump's doing now after you took the bold move of taking on school money and when I watch things today with Nancy Pelosi yesterday on the ABC news this week with George Stephanopoulos saying it whatever on the protest is another just students and and whatever and and now the religious mad that they kill the friends of students and she's she's suppressing their what's happening there dismissing it which is basically suppressing it by not giving a credibility like try an inmate Trumbull giving credibility and she literally is if the mullahs could it have Nancy Pelosi the Democrats handle it in a way that would work for them that would be it that would be it yeah you know I understand whether the preventive they're not protest because of what we did us not on a is gonna isn't that there's nothing to see here move along with storage or not the Georgia looking for and it enough that deeply saddens me and moves me and angers me that she can't see through her to stain or dislike her her her want of taking trump out to just see all my gosh you this is good I don't agree with the present day but this is good she can't because then it makes the president look good with what he did but don't you see that politics is not as important as this because this is something we're all supposed to agree on that's what that's what kills me on this because it's like this what we're all supposed to support freaking freedom I don't think the average person who has a idea of what's going on I would disagree with me and I think they can see this and what's crazy is the Democrats Nancy plus you can't it's just crazy what trump said against two will sentences just two tiny little parts on a share from his tweets that in that I read to them you can see him on my Twitter feed at Chris crocks others at crisscross Joe C. H. R. I. S. care okay I'm thought we are following your protest your courage is inspiring don't you wish Barack Obama did something like that when he was the president leader of the free world don't you if you one of these people getting shot and killed in the streets are getting jailed and tortured wouldn't you love to hear the leader of the free world do it trump just did stand up and say and do a trump Justin wouldn't that be something that would help a lot of fire help keep the fire going every little thing counts when you're in a war and I'll in a war like there and if you will for freedom I'm more stuff coming out our number by the way is eight hundred two eight eight W. B. A. P. eight hundred two eight eight nine two two seven more stuff today that just blows me away about how bad my soul money was and how bad Iran is and how it's all over it's not just in one or two Latin American countries like I've told you it's like it a whole bunch including Mexico and I want to share some stuff with you now that you got to you got here okay this is from a column by Mary Anastasia o'grady today in the Wall Street journal salon is Latin America and Latin America terror listen to this drug trafficking terrorist group revolutionary armed forces of Colombia which I think is far from not mistaken I could be wrong but I believe that's far was mourning the death of soul money members of the Venezuelan dictatorship the Venezuelan government right now that the dictated dictator in charge Maduro they are morning soul monies death and Iranian proxy networks in Brazil are are mourning his death this is overt stuff not like speculation grew the mourning his death Argentina El Salvador and Mexico you wonder what I'll bet member all they go all the illegal shows saying they're like coming here for when he called the not amnesty what's the word asylum from want one of three countries is L. settled well Iran is there in outside the door and some of the leaders were mourning the death of soul money you go what what well he just listen you're smart mission the nineteen ninety two bombing and I told you about this a few days ago our actually while few week days ago on the show the nineteen ninety two bombing of the Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires Argentina was done by soul money and Iran killing twenty nine people in the Jewish embassy Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires these are the soft targets they go after in nineteen ninety four two years later they also bombed Iran bomb the Jewish cultural center known by its Spanish initials A. I. A. M. I. A. also in Buenos Aires and they killed eighty five people so two different acts of terrorism within two years blowing up in killing Jews in softer target areas this is I ran this is still a mind this is a trump check out there so many more things that she says here's another thing in two thousand fifteen is believe the soul money ordered the murder of an Argentine federal prosecutor Alberto Nisman because on the day before he was gonna unveiling report to the Argentinian Congress any was gonna he was going to deliver his findings of an investigation on who it is that killed are killed these people a a in their country he had a whole thing proving it was Iranian backed Iranian backed operation blowing up and killing people in in one size on the eve that he was posted of the congressional hearing he was schedule delivers finding he was found dead in his apartment town that is apartment and the then president Cristina Kirschner who covered it up will they believe covered it up quickly called it a suicide changed it in two thousand seven there was a bombing attempt on us listen closely in two thousand seven they tried to Iran try to blow up in bomb New York Jets are JFK airport in New York it was an Iranian planned operation run from Guyana Iran was running out of Guyana in using guy on as its base in Guyana ends to kill us at JFK a frighteningly similar to the attack on the A. am I a witch I just told you about they were to do the same kind of a thing and blow up JFK through Guyana which is in Africa if you don't know that I happened of Bob come by friends with that with the guy who works and stuff in my house was from guy and a real sweet guy he cut I kind of thought it was Indian but that the guy and as I think it's very southern tip of Africa of a mistake at all the report on that suggested similar terrorist cells are operating across the region this Argentinian fell prosecutor who they took out they are also in Nicaragua Olivia Iran has been getting closer to Mexico it says in the Wall Street journal today since president listen to this Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took office thirteen months ago the new president who is a leftist is get in good with with I read the Iranians now go to another source I have here from UC the Clarion project which is a a solid terrorism investigative of network I hear you Iran and Hezbollah use Mexican drug cartels to infiltrate the United States their financing drug cartels are smuggling people and and recruiting them into America to pave them as sleepers jihadist cells in before you start thinking this is B. S. you laughing at this is exactly what they try to do in two thousand seven at JFK's JFK airport to Guyana ends okay because they can't just calm the Iranians income do this to us because we'll stop I'm leaving for more details on this but this is how bad these folks are in C. we wouldn't know all this until something like this happen with the taken also money we wouldn't all this until the next nine eleven happened at the hands of the Iranians crazy stuff all gave some details on that they were going to shift gears and it's amazing the Dallas city council and mayor are saying exactly what I've been saying for two weeks about this pathetic fake crime plan from the are up at the police chief of Dallas don't miss that next this is what's happening in the image of the get the very latest Massinger general down by an Iranian missile calling out the Ayatollah Shinji and also a on please use talking twenty WB eighty W. Hey that's right that's rich.

Barack Obama president
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08:11 min | 1 year ago

"mary anastasia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"And they want freedom and I I can't believe how simple and poignant it is that what trump's doing now after you took the bold move of taking on school money and when I watch things today with Nancy Pelosi yesterday on ABC news this week with George Stephanopoulos saying it whatever on the protesters another just students and yeah whatever and and now the religious mad that they kill the friends of students and she's she's suppressing their what's happening there dismissing it which is basically suppressing it by not giving a credibility like trim and the trumpets giving credibility and she literally is if the mullahs could it have Nancy Pelosi the Democrats handle it in a way that would work for them that would be it that would be it yeah you know I understand whether the product that they're not protest because of what we did arrest Nanda is gonna isn't that there's nothing to see here move along these droids are not the droids you're looking for and it enough that deeply saddens me and moves me and angers me that she can't see through her disdain or dislike her her her one of taking trump out to just see all my gosh you this is good I don't agree with the present day but this is good she can't because then it makes the president look good with what he did but don't you see that politics is not as important as this because this is something we're all supposed to agree on that's what that's what kills me on this because it's like this what we're all supposed to support freaking freedom I don't think the average person who has idea of what's going on I would disagree with me and I think they can see this and what's crazy is the Democrats in Nancy plus you can't what trump said against a two wheel senses I just two tiny little parts on a share from his tweets that I in that I read to them you can see him on my Twitter feed at crisscrossed Phillips at crisscross Joe C. H. R. I. S. care okay I'm thought we are following your protest your courage is inspiring don't you wish Barack Obama did something like that when he was a president a leader of the free world don't you if you one of these people getting shot and killed in the streets of getting jailed of tortured wouldn't you love to hear the leader of the free world do it trump just did and stand up and say and do a trump Justin wouldn't that be something that would help lead a fire help keep the fire going every little thing counts when you're in a war and I'll in a war like there and if you will for freedom more stuff coming out our number by the way is eight hundred two eight eight W. B. A. P. eight hundred two eight eight nine two two seven more stuff today that just blows me away about how bad one soul mine was and how bad Iran is and how it's all over it's not just in one or two Latin American countries like I've told you it's like it a whole bunch including Mexico and I want to share some stuff with you now that you got to you got here okay this is from a column by Mary Anastasia o'grady today in the Wall Street journal Celanese Latin America and Latin America terror listen to this drug trafficking terrorist group revolutionary armed forces of Colombia which I think is fark for not mistaken I could be wrong but I believe that's far was mourning the death of Slimani members of the Venezuelan dictatorship the Venezuelan government right now that the dictated dictator in charge Maduro they are morning soul monies death and Iranian proxy networks in Brazil are are mourning his death this is overt stuff not like speculation grew the mourning his death Argentina El Salvador and Mexico but you wonder well met member all they go all the illegal shows saying they're like coming here for we call it that not amnesty what's the word asylum from want one of three countries is El Salvador well Iran is there in El Salvador and some of the leaders were mourning the death of soul money you go what what we'll hear just listen you're smart mission the nineteen ninety two bombing and I told you about this a few days ago our actually while few week days ago on the show the nineteen ninety two bombing of the Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires Argentina was done by soul money and Iran killing twenty nine people in the Jewish embassy Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires these are the soft targets they go after in nineteen ninety four two years later they also bombed Iran bomb the Jewish cultural center known by its Spanish initials A. R. A. M. I. A. also and once addicts and they killed eighty five people so two different acts of terrorism within two years blowing up in killing Jews in softer target areas this is I ran this is still a mind this is a trump check out there so many more things that she says here's another thing in two thousand fifteen this is Billy the sole money ordered the murder of an Argentine federal prosecutor Alberto Nisman because on the day before he was gonna unveiling report to the Argentinian Congress and he was gonna he was going to deliver his findings of an investigation on who it is that killed are killed these people a a in their country he had a whole thing proving it was Iranian backed at Iranian backed operation blowing up and killing people in in one size on the eve that he was posting of the congressional hearing he was schedule delivers finding he was found dead in his apartment pound at his apartment and the then president Cristina Kirschner covered it up will they believe covered it up quickly call the suicide changed it in two thousand seven there was a bombing attempt on us listen closely in two thousand seven they tried to Iran try to blow up in bomb New York Jets are JFK airport in New York it was an Iranian planned operation run from Guyana Iran was running out of Guyana in using guy on as its base in Guyana ends to kill us at JFK a frighteningly similar to the attack on the A. M. I. A. which I just told you about that we do the same kind of a thing and blow up JFK through Guyana which is in Africa if you don't know that I happen to have Bob come by friends with that with the guy who works on stuff in my house was from guy and a real sweet guy he cut I kind of thought it was in the end but that the guy and as I think it's very southern tip of Africa of a mistake at all the report on that suggested similar terrorist cells are operating across the region this Argentinian for a prosecutor who they took out they are also in Nicaragua Olivia Iran has been getting closer to Mexico it says in the Wall Street journal today since president listen to this Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took office there two months ago the new president who is a leftist is get in good with with I read the Iranians now go to another source I have here from UC the Clarion project which is a a solid terrorism investigative of network I hear you Iran and Hezbollah use Mexican drug cartels to infiltrate the United States their financing drug cartels are smuggling people and and recruiting them into America to pave them as sleepers G. how to cells and before you start to give this is B. S. and you're laughing at this is exactly what they try to do in two thousand seven at JFK's JFK airport to Guyana ends okay because they can't just come out and be Iranians income do this to us because.

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"mary anastasia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"mary anastasia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Words when when people realize and this was the actual study that was done that I wanna make sure I go through with you because it's so important fact I've got the actual study here we go Goldman Sachs even reported Democrats plan to raise taxes dangerous for stock market fox news forty eight percent payroll tax needed to fund warrants big proposals tax policy expert reveals more than a dozen people are vying for the democratic nomination but most of them share the same talking points the narrative goes something like this Americans are not all economically equal and we will fix that this otherwise known as socialism Wall Street journal columnist and fox host Mary Anastasia o'grady said let's take a listen with warm she's promising forty to fifty trillion in new spending over the next ten years and this is by Brian right out an economic policy expert and senior fellow at the map Manhattan institute let's assume thirty trillion instead of forty or fifty right will come from the rich according to the Congressional Budget Office in order to raise thirty trillion you would need to either have a payroll tax of thirty three percent added on top of the fifteen percent tax so basically you're looking at a forty eight percent total payroll tax or you could do a value added tax which is essentially a national sales tax which is the other way Europe funds their welfare states you would need a seventy eight percent national sales tax to fund a thirty trillion dollar agenda and the question is are you saying that the government would take almost half of the income that the employer gives you they would they would take that out even before they would take that out even before you see the paycheck right any answers that's correct it would go from fifteen point three percent today to nearly fifty percent for a payroll tax that means nearly half of your paycheck will be taken out in the payroll tax in the remaining half you're still paying the income tax and when you go shopping you're gonna pay a sales tax in if that value added tax that you're that you're being proposed to pay the killing of a fact of these taxes will absolutely be enormous books I've even got into the change of the capital gains tax senator Wyden out of Oregon is calling for a growth tax we have a financial tax a transaction tax a wealth tax agree new deal tax now that national sales value added tax being kicked around a universal income where we just want to give people money we want to pay off everybody student loan debt I mean do you see this I mean with a tidal wave of taxes is putting it mildly and when you do this and and you you take half of somebody's paycheck how much of that I have to say how much it'll be able to put back in the market so if you've got over ten thousand four hundred baby boomers retiring a day as of twenty twenty right in there pulling money out of the market and now you can have a lot fewer people feeling money into the market because half of their paychecks going to the tidal wave of taxation you tell me what's going to happen to the stock market that's why so many people are making a mass exit out of the market right now looking for alternatives and I've been teaching people that if you take the the the two largest collagen down much in this country over sixty percent of that isn't in the market it's outside of Wall Street opportunities but again not everybody's going to qualify and that's where it's all about getting a retirement road map that prevents major market correction by presenting some protection and if not an underlying layer of actual protection but also protection from a tidal wave of higher coming taxes there are a matter of this matter of land when somebody that wants all these taxes eventually gets into office I mean come on that's why it much of what I want to talk about I've I've I'm not gonna talk about because of just meeting a client just this week I'll finish with that had no idea that you know she said look I did everything I was supposed to do I did exactly the council to deal and I'm just getting absolutely destroyed on taxes it's just like you talk about and I'm really trying to help my grand kids I'm trying to help my kids with their kids being my grand kids with college tuition and obviously things are easy and every dollar I have other than a small amount of money is all trapped tax deferred and I have so much with held because of how much more tax ever my so security how much indirect tax I get socked with for Medicare part B. and D. and and I I I I I don't want to hold the government so I over pay tax and that way I'm not stuck with the tax bill because I got stuck with the tax bill I have to go back to my higher raised to pay the tax bill and then we get taxed again folks we see this weekly here's the good news there are things that you can't do it it's not too late whether you're seventy seven years old like this particular client or whether you're forty seven years old he's getting I I've talked about if somebody could be talking to their older self for their younger self they would say be careful use outside of Wall Street opportunities in alternate retirement accounts that are they sometimes referred to as a rich man's Roth which I'll teach you about those this coming Tuesday for those that want to learn more where you can grow your money without tax where it will be taxed again there won't be a growth tax by senator Wyden approved there will be a capital gain tax of forty percent the bidens calling for there will be a seventy percent federal tax rate because you what chose to work hard harder and save harder than your neighbor and it won't be a tax to the Max on your kids your grandkids what is important times are changing the try changing quickly and it's not enough time a fortune to go into it but here's the thing we're living longer right traditional pensions are now left up to us and clearly taxes are low now but they are gonna stay low forever so the time to address these things for market protection and tactile way the taxation prevention yeah a right now fuel over the last twenty four years of my career I've designed hundreds of strategies for clients that help them shift from taxable income to tax free income.

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"mary anastasia" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"mary anastasia" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Socialism has failed in front of the faces of a new generation of people. Joe Joe you and I both in our in our adult teen years on you're a little older than me. Both watched the collapse of socialism in the Soviet Union in front of our faces and fully understood the damage this system causes the destitution that depravity starvation economic destruction. We watched it. It was clear to us. Socialism became a sick tragic tragic joke on humankind after the Soviet Union collapsed and only idiots yet believed in it after that now. Now because socialism, unlike say fascism has its apologists out there to Bernie Sanders of the world and this new generation of Democrats as well led by Cossio Cortez, rep Cortez and others. Socialism is managed to escape the historical stain of death and destruction. That fascism has frankly, I don't understand why. Because the Democrats are obsessed with government power. But I mean, really fascism is no different. Socialism may be some have economic organizing principles where the government controls the means of production, but its affect on people's lives in the death, and destruction is absolutely no different. None. Watching it. Now, this new generation of people is going to live through with Joe. And I and my wife live through watching in live time, the destruction of an entire country due to socialism, every democrat just like Norton's comments about abortion needs to be on the record every one of them about what's going on in Venezuela right now, you either stand up and speak out against socialism in the death and destruction it causes right now firmly and on the record or you will be considered an accomplice to the death and destruction it brings about because you did not have the guts the nerve or the Kahane's to stand up when it mattered. It's disgusting every democrat on the record. And I'm not just talking about the presidential candidates. I'm talking about congressman city council. People everyone at a town all everyone should post on their Facebook page should tweet to them. You want an on the record comment where do you stand on Venezuela? Social. And the destruction. This thing causes I want a yes or no is socialism. The disaster. It appears to be in Venezuela right now or not. Get them on the record. Because when when when the left leaning media thought capitalism failed the housing market show and the recession brought them out by the housing crisis, which was not a failure of capitalism. It was a failure of government trying to intervene and capitalism. But of course, the left-leaning is just the death of capitalism, as we know even add rhino Republicans that people on Bush Steve Bush himself at one point we had an interfere capitalism. Save capitalism that wasn't capitalism. But now that we've seen the unquestioned death of hard socialism in Venezuela. The torture the depravity the Durose death squads going into poor villages rustling people out of their homes, torturing them and killing them read the up in the Wall Street Journal today by Mary Anastasia. Anastasiou grady. Read the op-ed about what is death squads are doing get them all on the record. Just like with the abortion comments do not give them a pass. All right. I got a lot more to get you, folks..

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