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"mike gration" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

08:00 min | 5 months ago

"mike gration" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Is that a summer that there is a summer on the other side of this right and i think i think almost like looking for summer is part of the problem. That summer is too much of a high for us to be seeking not that some. It doesn't come right but actually when we're in a winter we almost need to look for spring or autumn. You know these kind of intermediate stages that are manageable. Dark imaginations at the time. Yeah and i. I don't know if we if we ever really figure out how to think about how we want to be you know. I don't think we want summer that often. I think summer can be a bit too much in the way that winter can be a bit too. Extreme high yeah. You can't abide the vibe with them for too long but what we can abide with his sense of kind of and self-regulation expose. I'd say that's often what we're seeking on our way of a winter. You know how can i. How can i come back into an extra librium rather than keep bouncing between extremes. I'd love to hear you read a bit of your book. It really does read In places like like a meditation very very lovely Restful retreating experience. There's i see the passenger marked It's let's see. This is long. But i'd love i'd love to. I'd love to have you reading it. It's it starts on page thirteen. The the paragraph that at the bottom of that page and then going through to the end of that chapter them through rustling pages surprising. Cluster of novels and fairy tales are set in the snow. I'll knowledge of winter is a fragment of childhood almost innate. All the careful preparations. The animals make to ensure the code foodless months hibernation and mike gration deciduous trees dropping leaves. This is no accident. The changes that take place in winter or a kind of alchemy. An enchantment performed by ordinary creatures to survive dorm. I slang on fat to hibernate. Swallows navigating to south africa trees blazing out the final weeks of autumn. It is over very well to survive the abundant months of spring and summer but in winter witnessed the full glory of nature's flourishing in lean times plants. Animals don't fight the winter. They don't pretend it's not happening and attempt to carry on living the same lives. They lived in the summer. They prepare they adapt. They perform extraordinary. Acts of metamorphosis to get them through. Wintering is a time of withdrawing from the world maximizing scant resources carrying out tax with brutal efficiency and vanishing from sight but that's where the transformation occurs. Winter is not the death of the life cycle. but it's crucible once we stop wishing it with summer winter can be glorious season in which the world takes on a spa beauty and even the pavement sparkle. It's a time for reflection and recuperation for slow replenishment for putting your house in order doing these deeply. Unfashionable things slowing down letting your spare time expand getting enough sleep resting is a radical act now but it's essential. This is a crossroads. We all know a moment when you need to shed a skin. If you do you'll expose all those painful nerve endings and feel so rule that you'll need to take care of yourself for a while if you don't then that skin will harden around you. It's one of the most important choices you'll ever make thank you. There were some really difficult words in that. You did an excellent job. It was yeah wonderful. I mean you see you say you call these. The unfashionable thing. It's just like even when you look at these individual words. Some of those difficult words like recuperation. Slow replenishment even reflection. There's a sense in which Everything in our culture and our cultures both the culture that you live in and the one i live in a culture of the west i think and klein's us to resist this to resist these things And to see rest in the need for rest is shameful. Rest is something that you only ever got forced into or that it has to be commodified somehow to you know that rest qanoni be something that you've paid to do. You know a fancy retreat or a day spa. Whatever whatever is that you fancy doing and i. i think we've just got that all wrong. Rest to be part of the simple rhythm of our day and our week avow year. You know in different ways. I don't think we know rest even is anymore to be honest. I i think we've lost track of that. Yeah i i really. I really recognized myself. In some of the ways you described this self that you were reflecting on as you were forced right. You were forced to stop you. Were forced to go in words. You were forced to slow down and secret secret punishment as a as really as much survival as as anything that would feel luxurious as you say I you know and and to see. What's i recognize in what you describe. Also reflection i've been doing in this hard year of twenty twenty on the way i'd been living and would not have been forced would not have made forced myself to this kind of stop. Yes the pandemic force. But i don't want you know. I'm thinking i'm i'm trying to take this. This wintering moment Both the season and in our culture to to try to get really clear and myself kind of who am i. Do wanna be on the other side. How i wanna live on the other side. I mean you again you. I recognize myself so much you say people like mired me for much i got done. I lapped it up but felt secretly. That i was only trying to keep pace with everyone else and they seem to be coping better. I felt like that all the time for so many years of my life. I mean we just a big mesh of people but feel that way. I sometimes the best. We suspect everyone else is doing. We're hiding it riding in and we're all heading out from each other and so feeling more alone with than we are. I mean it's like the t secrets and you. Also you also describe how you were actually officially declared ill and you had to take a break from your doctor and he said and you said i. I was your pleased slyly. Secretly that you have you have actual pain to contend with rather than a more nebulous of my overwhelm see. I am not unable to manage my workload. I am legitimately ill Can that's so familiar. It's it's a way we've not only lived but actually respected and honored right. We have rewarded that way of living. We have a new. So we've set up a whole government system. The owners that to you know like.

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"mike gration" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"mike gration" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Which they display it as the Hanson brothers in the film and I was skating on the dashboard and fan leaned over and hit me with an Air Horn over. The head. Knocked me out. And My team came rushing off the bench and Jeff Jeff into the stands and of course Paul Newman's there and he's in the middle of it Jerry houser was in the middle of it and after they they're they're they're all button elbows with each other and saved. You see that to see that it was just like they were part of the act and I think we we give them the right initiation. Kickoff the filming one of the things that I do remember and every time. I've talked to a hockey player. I really enjoy interviewing them. Because they're Kinda the blue-collar athletes and I'm not quite sure why that is now. They're making big money. There's no doubt about it at one time. I think they probably played the sport. The pure love of it. I'm not saying that they don't now. But what is it that gives the hockey player that image of being a blue collar athlete? I think a lot of it. Is that hockey players. Get up in the morning early to go to the ranks they They get out on the ice. They have to put up with all the troubles of of getting the car started and The hanging their clothes on sale on the miners writing the buses and getting to wherever they have to be and the Mike gration up the ladder to get to the majors. He had to the Apple. And I think that there's a degree of humility in the dressing room and I think that that has a lot to do with just the fact that most of the people who play hockey really have to love it because the pins and needles from the call feet the called years The the PUCK hurts when it hits you. All of those things tend to be the way that Darwin weeded out Those those animals L. in the Galapagos and it's the same thing hockey the talk and the cool feet and the pins and needles and those are the things that weed out people who really shouldn't be hockey players and I think that that's why it's still a good of a blue collar sport. We only have forty five seconds left. Paula was it hard for you to skate off the ice for the last time both as a player or as a referee you. I had gone through a stage. Three cancer had had three operations. I had a lot of things that I had had to overcome physically. It was the cost of doing business. But I tell you when I laughed and I twelve people this I say it again. I gave you all head while I was there and I didn't have anything left and basically if I had stayed I would've been stealing.

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"mike gration" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"mike gration" Discussed on This Week in Science

"<hes> university of wyatt owning has a new piece of research looking at mule deer and they found that mule deer navigate in spring and fall mostly by using their knowledge of past asked mike gration roots and seasonal ranges so in this case <hes> this means that landscape memory is strong within a population nation in so a loss of migratory population numbers will destroy the herds collective mental map of where to go so the idea is here that if there's a reduction in the population size there's less collective knowledge of where to go for migration so it's kind of stored in the population as a whole. Which way do we go. I think we should go that way. <hes> the other side to this is that <hes> there is an expectation as climate shifts or as habitats changed from human impacts from deforestation of like that that animals will be able to figure out where to go next or that if if one area usually gets rain but another area got rain instead this year they'll go over there because that's where the food is but if they're moving based on a mental map within within the population they might not catch on so the more we know about what influences migration patterns the better we can <unk> anticipate associate needs to guide them elsewhere <hes> or what may or may not happen as a result of moving targets because one of the biggest problems that climate change brings immigrating species is a less predictable time and location of food right that predictability that off is yeah. I i love the concept of the community mental map in this situation i ev <hes> hadn't really considered that before but there is there is each individual has their own memory and may have experiences that that would be beneficial in situation or not in another but overall in the population they can all influence each other and end up. It's kind of the the wisdom of the heard the literally absolutely awesome that is awesome awesome well. I hope that the wisdom of the heard got you listening to twists in the first place. I hope that the wisdom of the herd has kept you listening in that you enjoyed loyd this episode. We've come to the end of another episode and it is time for me to say thank you to all the people paul. Are you saying thank you to you for watching you for listening. Thank you to fodder for helping with show notes and social media and our chat room gordon gordon mcleod. Thank you for helping make that web. Chat free node chat room a good place to be identity for thank you for recording the show and thank you to all our patriots sponsors..

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"mike gration" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"mike gration" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Climate scientists that swiss federal and state of technology and zurich and lead author of the new study even at at this regional scale over europe. We can see that these trends are much larger than we would expect from a natural variability. That's really really a signal from climate change says extreme hot days three times more of them than there was a nineteen fifty and and therefore point win four degrees fahrenheit or two point three celsius hotter days have warmed by three celsius five point point four degrees tonight on the averages. Those are on the averages the hottest days and coldest nights were even even more than their <hes> mean apertures so yeah. It's <hes> it's getting hot people and it yeah it is turning out. I'm getting confirmation information from the looks at my co hosts. Were giving me global. Warming is actually taking place everywhere in the world it is that it is around the world global warming the general term for panther climate change happening. Oh blair got the story. Yes it's actually related to climate changed some so glad that you brought that up <hes> migration animal migration <hes>. We've been studying it for a very long time. There's lots of question as to how the animals nowhere to go and when <hes> generally speaking there are two camps of thought one is that <hes> the animals use local hughes within their respective to determine where to migrate and the second is that they develop a memory of landscape where they live and then use that information to guide them so either <hes> the good foods over there. Let's go that way or that's grandma told me to go. So <hes> <hes> university of wyatt owning has a new piece of research looking at mule deer and they found that mule deer navigate in spring and fall mostly by using their knowledge of past asked mike gration roots and seasonal ranges so in this case <hes> this means that landscape memory is strong within a population.

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"mike gration" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"mike gration" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"So is in your idea of a toxic food culture. Does that have to do with the campaigns? We see about milk does a body. Good. And is there a difference between the marketing and the actual food culture? Oh, there's a huge difference. 'cause you know marketing is about selling stuff. It's not about educating us. There have been over ten thousand studies published in peer reviewed journals. Looking at food and health. Some of them have analyzed fifty thousand one hundred thousand people for twenty or thirty years or longer look at what they ate how they live and what their health outcomes were. So we have a lot of data. Now that shows us pretty clearly that we could reverse most of the major chronic illnesses of our times just by eating the right food. And yet if you look at the mainstream media, if you look at the marketing claims out there, you would think that we are completely confused. My friend. Yeah. Dr David Katz was the medical correspondent for good Morning America for several years and during his time there he was forbidden from ever covering the same story twice or offering the same advice twice. So he could only do one show in all of his ears. That said, you know, hopefully, plant our diet cancer, and heart disease and type two diabetes and obesity. And then anytime he wanted to say that again, they were like, Nope. Sorry. That's not news. It won't sell eyeballs to advertisers. It will just down boring, and how many times do people wanna hear it talked about some fat new diet that says the nothing but grapefruit before noon or pineapple twenty three hours a day or two live off nothing, but wild sardines, and that would be news, and they would be happy to cover that. But if you want to say, basic real. Wholesome food, then they're gonna not even run it. But what about the new research that comes out every year? I mean, it's even last year you said that a massive sunny that last year over lately, we are learning a lot about food and health. No question about it. But the basics the basic principles of human physiology have not fundamentally changed. And so most of the studies that we have seen tell us clearly that we could prevent or reverse massive illness, just by eating healthier food. And we have a pretty good idea. What that is most serious. Researchers recognized we need less sugar. We need to eat less processed junk there over two thousand chemicals in our food supply that have been added by food industry. They were made in laboratories and most of them have never been tested for their health impact on humans. We need to eat less of that stuff. We need to eat less pesticides and less GMO's. We need let. Animal products, especially when they come from factory farms when we apply these principles, and this is I think the wonderful news, we can radically improve our health outcomes. Not not that everybody will be healthy. No matter what but you can dramatically increase your odds of living, vibrant, long, healthy life. And this isn't just my opinion. This is the result of countless studies published in peer review journals. So the study you were just talking about from the institute of health metrics and evaluation on these researchers that analyze hundreds of causes of death in over one hundred countries, they looked at two hundred different diet and lifestyle factors. And these researchers spent years on this report was called the global burden of disease, and they did indeed conclude that the American diet killed more people in this country last year, then all the people all the Americans rather that died in the wars of World War One. World War to Iraq. Botha backwards, Afghanistan war Korean war, Vietnam war combined all in one year. But this time the enemy wasn't another country, our guns or bombs it with their own knives and forks, and what we were doing with them. You know, we are essentially digging our own graves with their knives and for the standard American diet. So that means dairy wheat meat sugar. Alcohol that's match it, and and and all that process chemicals that that any one of the things that okay with names that you and I can't even pronounce right? Yes. So you said over two thousand chemicals in our food supply. So this is in the US. But what about when these types of chemicals are carried into foods in now in Italy? Italy used to be genetically modified free GMO free, right? And fortunately that has now changed just by Mike Gration. And that is so sad. Yeah. Well, we live in a global food supply system where travel all over the world, and the beauty of that is of course, we can eat lots of different things, you know, and you can have buried in season. They're in season somewhere just about all the time. So you can enjoy food from all of the world. But the bad part of it is that toxin also spread around the globe. And a lot of the American produce is actually growing in China. Or Mexico where the standard maybe lower than what we're used to what we would expect from our farmers, and where there are pesticides that we wouldn't allow like DDT, but they're still being used to grow food in many other countries and ironically DDT, which has been banned in the United States is still produced in the United States American companies sold overseas to an and then it being used in agriculture, and then that produce, and and grains and lake are being shipped back to America. And he was a long long word. But what is it? It's a it's a pesticide. Right. ADT is a pesticide. And it's been a it's been proven to cause cancer, and you know, many other many other health problems. It kills burdens that was how Rachel Carson wrote the book silent spring which helped to popularize an awareness of how serious it was human symptoms can include it can cause vomiting. Tremors shaking. It features lab animals so effects on the liver and reproduction it's considered a human carcinogen, it can probably cause cancer. And and definitely kill birds. It's been banned in the US for over forty years, but it's still being used in other countries. And so if you're wondering, what do you do about all this because it can sound kind of scary and kind of depressing. One of the top things you can do is to go again. Because organically grown food by definition is not free, and it is tested. If it's local DDT, but other neuro toxic pesticides as well. So when you choose organic grown food, you're getting away from that stuff, and it's got to be organic in your local area. So that it's not it's US standards in terms of if you're eating it here in the US. Well, if you're in the US than anything certified organic that is sold in the US has to comply with the USDA standards. So there are farms, and even in China or Mexico or many other countries that are growing organically for the US markets, and when they do that then they have to comply with this specific of the law. Now, let me be clear that they will they will cut corners wherever they can. So we need to fight to keep that law meaningful. And right now, it is meaningful. But we've got to make sure that we're Jilin that it doesn't get diluted and. If you are have have the option to buy food, that's growing more locally, then that's better 'cause you can have more confidence farmer's markets community supported agriculture programs local food programs. He's really positive thing. They're good for a local economy. They help to reduce transportation costs to give you fresher food. And they also are a way of helping you to know what you're getting because you actually can know the farmers and no food comes from or you can grow it yourself. It's it is relatively easy with just a planter box to grow things like spinach, and kale and zucchini. But we'll talk about that in a second. Because. Absolutely. I love growing food. You are really good at it. I can't wait to hear about your tips. You're really amazing green. Thumb over there. And I can't wait to hear about your farm. But let's talk about water really quickly because water you say on page sixty seven of the thirty one day food revolution that water supplies. Of more than seventy five percent of all Americans are contaminated by chromium six. Yeah. Is that chromium six is a cancer causing chemical that was made famous in the movie. Erin brockovich. Julia Roberts played Erin Brockovich in that film. And it's contaminating the water of more than two hundred million Americans right now. We have tremendous tests showing us this. But it's still there. We've also got chlorine in almost all the water supplies in America. And lead levels are quite serious as well. You may have heard about place Cup Flint Michigan where lead levels were dangerously high and kids were put it serious risk. But it's not just in Flint turns out hurting to an investigation that was published in the Washington Post that we have lead in twenty percent of the water systems in the United States, unsafe levels. According to the US EPA unsafe levels daycare center, that's key. I didn't really we're having such a good time. We're we'll have two quick break here ocean. We will be right back to talking about more things fake fish, all sorts of different. Things are going to be talking about when we come back with ocean Robinson is thirty one day food revolution concept, and we'll take a quick break unleashed cigar. You're listening to coast to coast. I am. 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"mike gration" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"mike gration" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now, there's a very hot issue, of course, which is preoccupying a of people here in Italy as it does in other parts of Europe. And that's the issue with Mike Gration immigration asylum seekers refugees beat irregular migrants polls consistently show here initially that sixty to eighty percent of Italians put this is one of the top priorities. And yet you seem to be going gates public opinion by advocating a more open policy towards refugees and migrants justify that. In fact, I don't advocate for a more open policy. I just advocate for the respect of human rights. I think this is the basis where we have to agree what the league wanted me to be perceived. It's like the one of the open door policy. This is it costs them fake news. The put into debate. I always say that we have to get access. To the territory to those who are in need of protection because this is written our constitution, and our lows, I also say that those who don't have the permit to stay in order to enter so the migrants economic migrants they should be expelled. But respecting the rights because they are human beings. But I mean, you know, Mary aboard gaze of the league in two thousand thirteen set of you. Because of course, I should say that you were chief spokesperson for the United Nations High commission for refugees, fourteen years until twenty twelve so very steeped in this issue of refugees. And he said, you are a perfect example of the global lazy bleeding hearts that dispense advice left right and center without having a clue what's actually going on with immigration and asylum seat. I have no clue if I have no clue working fourteen fifteen years for the UNHCR. I don't see how there. To speak at this. Is this a Maria Borges? Here's your he's very well known. No. I think I know what I'm talking about. I'm talking about the respect of our constitution, and the respect of our lows basing, I touch with public opinion. But you know, it doesn't take a little out of touch with public opinion. And people say we don't want any more. And even now Naito Salvini, interior minister has said of these forty seven migrants all heading towards Sicily. They're not going to be allowed to descend. Yes. In italy. Because we have been was he sings it the dumping ground for all these regular migrants coming into your motto Salvini is everyday speaking about migrants is obsessed by migrants is not doing is. But. Fallen voters, and they voted him in we comment. He believe more and more popular, we entirely an electric of good strategy. But if you minister of interior you have to do something else. He's not doing his job as a minister of interior is not tackling. Mafia penetrating detailing economy is not focusing on. Exploited workers is not focusing on violence in the stadium is not working in so many issues with. Traded arteries with flex voters concerns, and he says in answer to your point about human rights. And so on he says, I am willing to host women and children who are escaping from war. But all the others. No. I mean, that's fair enough, isn't it? My phone's irregular migrants coming to Italy in Europe, economic reasons, they're very different from refugees. He's saying I won't turn away refugees fleeing persecution. That's all okay. Is very good in inventing inventing in emergency. Every time there is a boat with rescued people at sea, which has to land everytime is so good in creating an international crisis. But is it normal that eaten at continent of five hundred million people, you know, you have to spend two weeks in negotiating with the prime ministers ministers European institution in order to allow forty nine people to disembark, isn't this ridiculous? So we're losing the sense of reality. This is not a way to manage to give answers to migration. This is just the way to make propaganda, but you are failing to get your message for aren't you to the electric because public sympathy lies with the arguments espoused by Salvini, and for example, when you say Italy with his aging population needs migrant labor, we need Mike. Labor here to care for the elderly and Sony. Several tens of thousands every year we need to absorb that. People are not buying that argument. You know, they got the are. There are reasons why we are in the situation because I think people fear fear the future people fear those who come from far away. And so then he was very good to exploit that fear. You know, he's a raising fear every single day, despite the fact that the arrivals decrease of eighty percent every day is a putting aside anxiety. Invasion invasion during the election campaign. He promised to send out from me. That's it's warding to a spell six hundred thousand irregular migrants is said in front of me in a TV debate in few weeks. I will send six hundred thousand migrants. So none of them were expelled because it's very difficult. You ask divert the attention. The landing, but your immigrant population has doubled from two point five billion million to five million in the last ten years. So now immigrants former by eight point five percent of Italian population. Scipio people look around them and see. But nevertheless, the point I put to you is why you're losing the argument when you say look talion economy needs migrant labor, Peter not listening to you. Why not why not because what I try to say. It's I- reasons I give I tried to put this into the contest. So you need to think about it. While Salvini is just a, you know, making his Logan, very simplistic. Why are you gonna make a slogan? A simple slogan is your cousin when things go bad. You need is Cape Cod and Cape Cod. Savini is migrant. We are in a time when you know. We are in the period of the hate in politics. And the policy of hates the politics of aids. The politics of aid knits, escape got and escape. Good are migrants or European institutions. The fact is it's not only migration that you'll lose any argument center-left politicians such as you be the social Democrats in the Czech Republic. The social Democrats in Germany in the Netherlands, the socialists in France only losing ground to the anti-establishment parties populist parties, whatever you want to call them. And they are the ones who are really on the March. Why are you using the battle with the electric? Yeah. I think they are responsibilities here which can't be ignored inequality. Inequality is raising in various countries in Europe. And it was really under estimated impact of inequality into this aside. So. So I think that there was not a proper management of the globalization and the consequences of a globalization. So the markets were left alone to do whatever they thought it was fair, but they don't have to. They care of the social equality, this politician work. So I think the left wing forces really lost a lot of time before understanding that was need to react against the inequality, which you people are you? Yes and ineffective ineffective. So also Stanley directive. Your measures are saying when we were with the find two thousand and eight and the price is right in two thousand five hundred quite financial crisis. Okay. So the governments of the EU and institutions the European institution decided ECU this cure district. Ended up to kill the passion because thirty measures where they Terry. Because they blaming the traditional left because traditional left in in different countries. Griselda didn't protect them. You buy this as at public is spending when you cut public spending when you cap pensions when unemployment goes up do enough populists the anti established anti how this reform capitalism to make it more responsive to anybody's needs. They're taking your clothes. I'll tell you what. Dr Daniel potasium political. Scientist says there's a crisis of the left in Italy at the current coalition government has introduced the basic citizen's income for some of the poorest in Italian society an initiative, which will cost some ten billion euros introduced a basic payment of seven hundred eighty euros a month. That's the kind of thing that you would traditionally be doing, and we we had already kind of allowance of four people. But of course, more money was needed to cover the older needy people. So. We the previous government. I was not in government. I was the speaker. But the previous government the previous governments in the last legislature China to cope with this. But it was a too little and too late. So now, we have the European parliamentary elections in may. Yes. And more than seven hundred seats in the European parliament and the president the populist party's anti-subversion parties have about twenty percent of the seats looking at the polls that rejected to do a lot better. Now have twenty five percent or so they make it of the scene. So what do you think will happen now in this kind of debate that we're having abound inequality? Yes. Who's going to be mental Beira? Well, this elections are going to be crucial for the future of Europe. Because it's the first time where you have anti-european forces, which are quite popular in embarrassed countries. So I think. We can as a progressive forces be. Consider this election business as usual. We have to organize ourselves because I see these populist nationalist that they've tried to organize themselves at international level Salvini is very active. Auburn too often. Yes with others. So I think what at least as far as Italy is concerned. I made a proposal. We can we have to join forces all the left wing parties have to join forces. But. Oaken izing a new project so giving giving those who are disappointed those who were didn't coincidence have represented anymore. Yeah. A lot of segment of society is which abundant. Left wing parties. Okay. We have to put day issues at the center of our European agenda issues and keep them representation. So we have to do you think this will happen? The next I this realistic should happen. If we want to survive if we want to put a bit of hope because otherwise if we go each party for itself, we already know we have lost. We know that there is no hope so hope for the centre-left era eve, the centre-left doesn't understand the importance of this election. And if doesn't understand the importance it has to make a new project with new faces fresh faces fresh broad new issues and put at the centre tackle inequality. This is the core of the issue. We have to understand that. If we don't act to reduce the quality. There is no future for the left wing parties, lower Boldrini. Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you. Distribution of the BBC World.

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Italy’s Crackdown on Migrants Meets a Grassroots Resistance

BBC World Service

13:10 min | 2 years ago

Italy’s Crackdown on Migrants Meets a Grassroots Resistance

"There's a very hot issue, of course, which is preoccupying a of people here in Italy as it does in other parts of Europe. And that's the issue with Mike Gration immigration asylum seekers refugees beat irregular migrants polls consistently show here initially that sixty to eighty percent of Italians put this is one of the top priorities. And yet you seem to be going gates public opinion by advocating a more open policy towards refugees and migrants justify that. In fact, I don't advocate for a more open policy. I just advocate for the respect of human rights. I think this is the basis where we have to agree what the league wanted me to be perceived. It's like the one of the open door policy. This is it costs them fake news. The put into debate. I always say that we have to get access. To the territory to those who are in need of protection because this is written our constitution, and our lows, I also say that those who don't have the permit to stay in order to enter so the migrants economic migrants they should be expelled. But respecting the rights because they are human beings. But I mean, you know, Mary aboard gaze of the league in two thousand thirteen set of you. Because of course, I should say that you were chief spokesperson for the United Nations High commission for refugees, fourteen years until twenty twelve so very steeped in this issue of refugees. And he said, you are a perfect example of the global lazy bleeding hearts that dispense advice left right and center without having a clue what's actually going on with immigration and asylum seat. I have no clue if I have no clue working fourteen fifteen years for the UNHCR. I don't see how there. To speak at this. Is this a Maria Borges? Here's your he's very well known. No. I think I know what I'm talking about. I'm talking about the respect of our constitution, and the respect of our lows basing, I touch with public opinion. But you know, it doesn't take a little out of touch with public opinion. And people say we don't want any more. And even now Naito Salvini, interior minister has said of these forty seven migrants all heading towards Sicily. They're not going to be allowed to descend. Yes. In italy. Because we have been was he sings it the dumping ground for all these regular migrants coming into your motto Salvini is everyday speaking about migrants is obsessed by migrants is not doing is. But. Fallen voters, and they voted him in we comment. He believe more and more popular, we entirely an electric of good strategy. But if you minister of interior you have to do something else. He's not doing his job as a minister of interior is not tackling. Mafia penetrating detailing economy is not focusing on. Exploited workers is not focusing on violence in the stadium is not working in so many issues with. Traded arteries with flex voters concerns, and he says in answer to your point about human rights. And so on he says, I am willing to host women and children who are escaping from war. But all the others. No. I mean, that's fair enough, isn't it? My phone's irregular migrants coming to Italy in Europe, economic reasons, they're very different from refugees. He's saying I won't turn away refugees fleeing persecution. That's all okay. Is very good in inventing inventing in emergency. Every time there is a boat with rescued people at sea, which has to land everytime is so good in creating an international crisis. But is it normal that eaten at continent of five hundred million people, you know, you have to spend two weeks in negotiating with the prime ministers ministers European institution in order to allow forty nine people to disembark, isn't this ridiculous? So we're losing the sense of reality. This is not a way to manage to give answers to migration. This is just the way to make propaganda, but you are failing to get your message for aren't you to the electric because public sympathy lies with the arguments espoused by Salvini, and for example, when you say Italy with his aging population needs migrant labor, we need Mike. Labor here to care for the elderly and Sony. Several tens of thousands every year we need to absorb that. People are not buying that argument. You know, they got the are. There are reasons why we are in the situation because I think people fear fear the future people fear those who come from far away. And so then he was very good to exploit that fear. You know, he's a raising fear every single day, despite the fact that the arrivals decrease of eighty percent every day is a putting aside anxiety. Invasion invasion during the election campaign. He promised to send out from me. That's it's warding to a spell six hundred thousand irregular migrants is said in front of me in a TV debate in few weeks. I will send six hundred thousand migrants. So none of them were expelled because it's very difficult. You ask divert the attention. The landing, but your immigrant population has doubled from two point five billion million to five million in the last ten years. So now immigrants former by eight point five percent of Italian population. Scipio people look around them and see. But nevertheless, the point I put to you is why you're losing the argument when you say look talion economy needs migrant labor, Peter not listening to you. Why not why not because what I try to say. It's I- reasons I give I tried to put this into the contest. So you need to think about it. While Salvini is just a, you know, making his Logan, very simplistic. Why are you gonna make a slogan? A simple slogan is your cousin when things go bad. You need is Cape Cod and Cape Cod. Savini is migrant. We are in a time when you know. We are in the period of the hate in politics. And the policy of hates the politics of aids. The politics of aid knits, escape got and escape. Good are migrants or European institutions. The fact is it's not only migration that you'll lose any argument center-left politicians such as you be the social Democrats in the Czech Republic. The social Democrats in Germany in the Netherlands, the socialists in France only losing ground to the anti-establishment parties populist parties, whatever you want to call them. And they are the ones who are really on the March. Why are you using the battle with the electric? Yeah. I think they are responsibilities here which can't be ignored inequality. Inequality is raising in various countries in Europe. And it was really under estimated impact of inequality into this aside. So. So I think that there was not a proper management of the globalization and the consequences of a globalization. So the markets were left alone to do whatever they thought it was fair, but they don't have to. They care of the social equality, this politician work. So I think the left wing forces really lost a lot of time before understanding that was need to react against the inequality, which you people are you? Yes and ineffective ineffective. So also Stanley directive. Your measures are saying when we were with the find two thousand and eight and the price is right in two thousand five hundred quite financial crisis. Okay. So the governments of the EU and institutions the European institution decided ECU this cure district. Ended up to kill the passion because thirty measures where they Terry. Because they blaming the traditional left because traditional left in in different countries. Griselda didn't protect them. You buy this as at public is spending when you cut public spending when you cap pensions when unemployment goes up do enough populists the anti established anti how this reform capitalism to make it more responsive to anybody's needs. They're taking your clothes. I'll tell you what. Dr Daniel potasium political. Scientist says there's a crisis of the left in Italy at the current coalition government has introduced the basic citizen's income for some of the poorest in Italian society an initiative, which will cost some ten billion euros introduced a basic payment of seven hundred eighty euros a month. That's the kind of thing that you would traditionally be doing, and we we had already kind of allowance of four people. But of course, more money was needed to cover the older needy people. So. We the previous government. I was not in government. I was the speaker. But the previous government the previous governments in the last legislature China to cope with this. But it was a too little and too late. So now, we have the European parliamentary elections in may. Yes. And more than seven hundred seats in the European parliament and the president the populist party's anti-subversion parties have about twenty percent of the seats looking at the polls that rejected to do a lot better. Now have twenty five percent or so they make it of the scene. So what do you think will happen now in this kind of debate that we're having abound inequality? Yes. Who's going to be mental Beira? Well, this elections are going to be crucial for the future of Europe. Because it's the first time where you have anti-european forces, which are quite popular in embarrassed countries. So I think. We can as a progressive forces be. Consider this election business as usual. We have to organize ourselves because I see these populist nationalist that they've tried to organize themselves at international level Salvini is very active. Auburn too often. Yes with others. So I think what at least as far as Italy is concerned. I made a proposal. We can we have to join forces all the left wing parties have to join forces. But. Oaken izing a new project so giving giving those who are disappointed those who were didn't coincidence have represented anymore. Yeah. A lot of segment of society is which abundant. Left wing parties. Okay. We have to put day issues at the center of our European agenda issues and keep them representation. So we have to do you think this will happen? The next I this realistic should happen. If we want to survive if we want to put a bit of hope because otherwise if we go each party for itself, we already know we have lost. We know that there is no hope so hope for the centre-left era eve, the centre-left doesn't understand the importance of this election. And if doesn't understand the importance it has to make a new project with new faces fresh faces fresh broad new issues and put at the centre tackle inequality. This is the core of the issue. We have to understand that. If we don't act to reduce the quality. There is no future for the left wing

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"mike gration" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

15:22 min | 2 years ago

"mike gration" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"An Email elrushbo at eibnet dot US. Look there is no question that we're being invaded by immigration illegal immigration. Donald Trump ran for office, building a wall, and stopping it. That's the reason he was elected. And I I I'm telling ya everywhere. I I just sense that the natives are getting restless. That Republicans had the House Republicans have the Senate Republicans had the White House, and there isn't any wall. We know that the Republican House and Senate had many people in there too didn't wanna wall and not big fans of Trump Republican party not unified. But that didn't matter. That's why they elected Trump. Trump was going to get that done. Trump is going to be able to overcome that kind of opposition on the basis of being elected alone. These the is it look, this is another reason I hate to keep tying this back Muller. But and this investigation they're trying to nullify everything about that two thousand sixteen election, including the issues, Trump ran on FOX. He was clearly elected to stop illegal immigration to shore up the border to build a wall to stop it. That is the primary reason that people look the other way whenever there are questionable things about Trump's character personality things that might tend to upset people his tweeting the access Hollywood people look the other way because of the over arching importance. Of shoring up and securing the border, and the fact that there was nobody else in American politics that would get anywhere near talking about it like Trump did people believed him and elected. And they stand by him to this day. I am convinced because they still hold out hope, and they believe that he meant it that he was going to get a handle on this now along comes Muller and this manned band of Mary investigators. And then the rest of the Washington establishment never trying to nullify the twenty sixteen election. They're trying to overturn it. They refuse to accept the results. And everything Muller is doing is aimed at disqualifying Trump. They want to write a report automatically that would be subject to him being impeached. Not subject, it, would it would it would lead everybody to conclude that he should be. That's what they're setting up here. The whole thing is bogus. None of this is legal. None of this is Justice. It's all raw, politics and part and parcel of it. Do not doubt me is is disqualifying Trump as president while he is. All of this has been about raising questions regarding his fitness. His temperament his qualifications. And to the extent that they can have people start questioning that then it's not a big leap to questioning his. Opinions on policy his objectives on policy. So there isn't any overwhelmingly loud applause and support in Washington for this economic recovery quite the opposite is an attempt to ignore it. Their efforts to sabotage it. Nobody will convince me that General Motors closing plants is not political aimed at Trump. There's no reason for it. Other than they made some mistakes so Ming that everybody's going to be buying electric cars by now, and they retooled for that. And nobody's buying electric cars at least not enough to sustain General Motors, but they're not closing plants in may cord or China. So there is a lot of pressure on Trump. But at the. Number one. Policy reason Trump is opposed. And by the way. All of this. He's unfit. We don't like his tweets that guy's demeanor. He's embarrassing. He's got no class. It's all aimed at disqualifying Trump. On whatever issues he wants, including at the top of the list, illegal immigration. You must realize the entirety of the Washington establishment wants illegal immigration. They want as many people, flooding the borders. They don't think the country's crisis. They don't think that the country is gonna go as California does even if it does. So what there's still going to be in America? And these people are still going to have their ways of insulating themselves from whatever trash and garbage results from the collapse of American culture. They're not worried about it. They don't think the countries in crisis and all including much of the Republican leadership in the house and Senate. So Trump one we got a humorous game. We've got to make it look like we're on board. When he gets a judge appointed. We like we'll go all the way on that. But when it comes to immigration, he's still a lone wolf. And that's the reason. Nothing's happened. The reason there hasn't been a wall. Now, there is always an end of the year budget deal has to get done lame duck congress every year. Does it we've been dealing with continuing resolutions to fund the government for I don't know how many years now there is money in there? That could be allocated by way of executive order. Just get started on building a wall in five billion ten billion. You can get started. We've already got a prototype of the wall. That's been built out Sanders. She drove their the Mexican border that is proving impossible for the illegals to climb over its. Got a lot of potential. I a lot of people are getting nervous. And wondering why the president isn't moving especially. Ministration seems to be getting behind prison reform Bill which may in and of itself be okay? But it's not why he got elected, and it's not going to get him reelected. I mean, people are not gonna race to the polls in twenty twenty. Yeah. We gotta keep trumpeting. See what he did imprison Ri that's it's immigration and illegal immigration shoring up the border. I can't tell you why the delay. I I can only guess, but I do need to tell you that Trump is still a one man band on this. I mean, he's got some don't. There's some members of the Republican House and some members of the Republican Senate who are with Trump on this, but nowhere near a majority of and Trump doesn't have a big donors on his a bunch of big donors on your side who are with him on this. The big donors are opposed to him on this. And it could well be that the Trump people are strategic rising that it may be. To their benefit to have immigration as an issue in twenty twenty. That he tried any struggle lead everything, but he needs more support. I can I can see the campaign now got him elected. Once they may be thinking, it could get him elected a second time, and believe me, FOX do not discount. There's some people in politics, very cynical. If you have a problem that's being and you got elected to fix it. If you fix it too soon. It doesn't help you. I e. If you fix the border right now in the next year. Then what are you going to talk about in the final year leading up to reelection look at what I did. A lot of people's. Yeah. You fix this and roll? We'll reelect you for as long as you live. But in politics, it's what have you done for me lately? And there is this concept. Just like in football. You can score too soon. You're gonna leave the other team too much time to come back in a fourth quarter saving here. A lot of people in politics. Thank you can fix it too soon. Salvato soon. Taking issue away from yourself, even though it may be the number one thing you voters want. It's it's kind of luted along these lines. I have my little immigration stat today, and it's maddening it's infuriating. Here's one headline from Fox News one third of migrants in caravan are being treated for health issues. Tijuana health official says we're talking here about hepatitis HIV aids. We're talking multiple instances of skin infections. If these people succeed in this caravan getting into the country. Let me give it a number over one third of the so-called migrants. In Tijuana are being treated for diseases including two losses aids chickenpox. And there is a major concern about hepatitis due to the unsanitary conditions. They're living in shelters designed to hold one tenth of their numbers. And these disease people, you know, back in the old days if you showed up at Ellis Island in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds and you had any kind of disease you were sent back. There wasn't an ounce or shred of compassion. If you were sick cya. We were not in a subject the population of our country to an influx of infectious diseases. And we didn't the pressure. Here is the exact ops. We must show compassion. We must treat these people. We can't just ignore hepatitis. And aids we must let them in intrigued them. And of course, if you're a conservative and you oppose that, what are you your hard hearted, mean-spirited, inhuman jerk? MS thirteen gang member admits he hit the in caravan to reach the US border you by the way, you're not gonna see one word of any of these stories. I have here in the drive-by media today. If you do it's going to be in passing to finish up an hour, and it'll be like a little headline status report. But it won't be full-fledged news an active member, the MS thirteen gang admitted the border patrol officials that he joined a caravan of migrants in the hopes of reaching the border and crossing into the United States Jose via Lobos, Joe bell of Honduras was arrested over twenty four th after being spotted standing of a US side of the border east of the port of entry at collects Icho, California. Well, if if one guy has been caught admitting it the numbers are far greater than that US envoy ready for this you in I'm sorry. United Nations on void decries countries. Backing out of global compact for migration, do you know that there was a global compact for migration. The UN special Representative for international migration. What? International Mike Gration B U UN as a special Representative and a whole office for international migration. And this clown criticized the decision by several countries to withdraw from the global compact for migration, saying the measure has seriously affected the spirit of multilateral ISM. I think it reflects very poorly on those who participated in negotiations said the UN's Louise Arbour Tuesday, adding that it's very disappointing to see that kind of reversal. So shortly after a text was agreed upon so a bunch of nations agreed to this in principle, and then the results began to show, and they said, we don't want to be part of this. We didn't know where signing a massive influx of illegal migration into our countries with this. But the point is there is a movement at the UN to create a global compact for migration full name, the global compact for safe orderly and regular migration, that's the UN title. Claims to be a non-binding intergovernmental negotiated agreement prepared under the auspices of the United Nations that covers all dimensions of international migration in a holistic and comprehensive manner. And no doubt one of the reasons for it is climate change. There are people fleeing climate. Jane, we must be compassionate and understand the hell they're living in now trying to escape. U N conference to adopt. This compact is shed to be held in Morocco on the tenth and eleventh of December some nations getting cold feet and her backing out United Nations mad California assessing legal action against the use of force are on the Mexico border. Now leaders in California have routinely said that they think they are a separate nation in many ways legally, and that they are not bound by United States law. If they find themselves in conflict with it. And this is a position governor moonbeam has taken another's in that state. And this is a classic example, California, attorney general heavy Arbor, Sarah is assessing whether California can take a legal action over the Trump administration's use of force. Against a caravan of migrants or a decision and future threats to shut the border with Mexico and the words. If the federal government decides to take any action whatsoever to stem illegal immigration, including these caravans, the state of California say, well, you know, what we may not be bound by it. And we're going to sue them. Now, remember when the state of Arizona. Got frustrated because the Obama administration was not enforcing existing US immigration law. And so they passed their own version of it was almost a replica of federal immigration law. And the Obama administration sued them claiming you Arizona, you don't have the right? We the federal government we have total purview and control over immigration at Cisco in the constitution. And it's true. But here's the state of California say, screw you. Trump's screw you US government. We're not gonna let you use violence. We're not gonna let you stop the caravan. You think it's coincidental? The caravan chose to go to the California border rather than Texas. I guarantee you that there were people in California, sending signals the caravan come here. Your best. Odds of getting across the border are here in California. We in California wanna help. We attorney general California is a Trump hater. Avi..

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"mike gration" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

15:24 min | 2 years ago

"mike gration" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Eight two. An Email elrushbo eibnet dot US. Look there is no question that we're being invaded by immigration illegal immigration. Donald Trump ran for office building a wall at stopping it. It's the reason he was elected. And I I I'm telling ya everywhere. I I just sense that the natives are getting restless that Republicans had the House Republicans have the Senate Republicans had the White House, and there isn't any wall. We know that the Republican House and Senate had many people in there too. Didn't wanna wall not big fans at Trump Republican party not unified. But that didn't matter. That's why they elected Trump. Trump was going to get that done. Trump is going to be able to overcome that kind of opposition on the basis of being elected alone. These the this look, this is another reason I hate to keep tying this back the Muller. But and this investigation they're trying to nullify everything about that two thousand sixteen election, including the issues, Trump ran on FOX. He was clearly elected to stop illegal immigration to shore up the border to build a wall to stop it. That is the primary reason if people look the other way whenever there are questionable things about Trump's character personality things that might tend to upset people his tweeting the access Hollywood video people look the other way because of the over arching importance. Of shoring up and securing the border, and the fact that there was nobody else in American politics that would get anywhere near talking about it. Like Trump did people believed him and elected him. And they stand by him to this day. I am convinced because they still hold out hope, and they believe that he meant it that he was going to get a handle on this now along comes Muller and his Mamdouh band of Mary investigators. And then the rest of the Washington establishment never trying to nullify the twenty sixteen election. They're trying to overturn it. They refuse to accept the results. And everything Muller is doing is aimed at disqualifying Trump. They want to write a report ultimately that would be subject to him being impeached. Not subject, it, would it would it would lead everybody to conclude that he should be. That's what they're setting up here. The whole thing is bogus. None of this is legal. None of this is Justice. It's all raw, politics and part and parcel of it. Do not doubt me is is disqualifying Trump as president while he is. All of this has been about raising questions regarding his fitness. His temperament his qualifications. And to the extent that they can have people start questioning that then it's not a big leap to questioning his. Opinions on policy his objectives on policy. So there isn't any overwhelmingly loud applause and support in Washington for this economic recovery quite the opposite. There's an attempt to ignore it. Their efforts to sabotage it. Nobody will convince me that General Motors closing plants is not political aimed at Trump. There's no other reason for it. Other than they made some mistakes filming that everybody's going to be buying electric cars by now, and they re for that. And nobody's buying electric cars at least not enough to sustain General Motors, but they're not closing plants in may corn or China. So there is a lot of pressure on Trump. But at the. Number one. Policy reason Trump is opposed. And by the way. All of this. He's unfit. We don't like his tweets the guys demeanor. He's embarrassing. He's got no class. It's all aimed at disqualifying Trump. On whatever issues he wants, including at the top of the list, illegal immigration. You must realize the entirety of the Washington establishment wants illegal immigration. They want as many people, flooding the borders. They don't think the countries in crisis. They don't think that the country is gonna go as California does even if it does. So what they're still going to be in America. And these people are still going to have their ways of insulating themselves from whatever trash and garbage results from the collapse of American culture. They're not worried about it. They don't think the countries in crisis at all including much of the Republican leadership in the house and Senate. So Trump one we got a humorous name. We've got to make it look like we're on board. When he gets a judge appointed. We like we'll go all the way on that. But when it comes to immigration, he's still a lone wolf. And that's the reason. Nothing's happened. The reason there hasn't been a wall. Now, there is always an end of the year budget deal has to get done lame duck congress every year. Does it we've been dealing with continuing resolutions to fund the government for I don't know how many years now there is money in there? That could be allocated by way of executive order. Just get started on building a wall in five billion ten billion. You can get started. We've already got a prototype of the wall. That's been built out San Pedro their the Mexican border that is proving impossible for the illegals to climb over its. Got a lot of potential. I a lot of people are getting nervous. And wondering why the president isn't moving on, especially. The administration seems to be getting behind a prison reform Bill which may in and of itself be okay? But it's not why he got elected, and it's not going to get him reelected. I mean, people are not gonna race to the polls in twenty twenty. Yeah. We gotta keep trumpeting. See what he did a prison? That's it's immigration and illegal immigration shoring up the border. I can't tell you why the delay. I can only guess what I do need to tell you in that Trump is still a one man band on this. I mean, he's got some don't there's some members of the Republican House and some members of the Republican Senate who are with Trump on this. But nowhere near a majority of. And Trump doesn't have a big donors on his a bunch of big donors on your side who are with him on this. The big donors are opposed to him on this. And it could well be that the Trump people are strategic rising that it may be. To their benefit to have immigration is an issue in twenty twenty. That he tried any struggling and everything, but he needs more support. I can see the campaign now got him elected. Once they may be thinking, it could get him elected a second time, and believe me, FOX do not discount. There's some people in politics, very cynical. If you have a problem that's being and you got elected to fix it. If you fix it too soon. It doesn't help you. I e. If you fix the border right now in the next year. Then what are you going to talk about in the final year leading up to reelection look at what I did. A lot of people's. Yeah. You fix this and roll? We'll reelect you for as long as you live. But in politics, it's what have you done for me lately? And there is this concept. Just like in football. You can score too soon. You're gonna leave the other team too much time to come back in a fourth quarter saving here. A lot of people in politics. Thank you can fix it too soon Salvato suit take an issue away from yourself, even though it may be the number one thing you voters want. It's it's kind of blue along these lines. I have my little immigration stacked today, and it's maddening it's infuriating. Here's one headline from Fox News one third of migrants in caravan are being treated for health issues. Tijuana health official says we're talking here about hepatitis H I V aids, we're talking multiple instances of skin infections. If these people succeed in this caravan getting into the country. Let me give it a number over one third of the so-called migrants. In Tijuana are being treated for diseases, including two Burke, Yalo's aids chickenpox. And there is a major concern about hepatitis due to the unsanitary conditions. They're living in shelters designed to hold one tenth of their numbers. And these disease people, you know, when back in the old days if you showed up at Ellis Island in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds and you had any kind of disease you were sent back. There wasn't an ounce or shred of compassion. If you were sick cya. We were not in a subject the population of our country to an influx of infectious diseases. And we didn't the pressure. Here is the exact ops. We must show compassion. We must treat these people. We can't just ignore hepatitis age. We must let them in intrigued them. And of course, if you're a conservative and you oppose that, what are you? You're a hard hearted mean-spirited inhuman jerk. MS thirteen gang member admits he hid in caravan to reach the US border you by the way, you're not gonna see one word of any of these stories. I have here in the drive-by media today. If you do it's going to be in passing to finish up an hour, and it'll be like a little headline status report. But it won't be full-fledged news an active member, the MS thirteen gang admitted to border patrol officials that he joined a caravan of migrants in the hopes of reaching the border and crossing into the United States Jose. The Lobos Joe bell of Honduras was arrested over twenty four th after being spotted standing in the US side of the border east of the port of entry at collects sokaia, California. Well, if if one guy has been caught admitting it the numbers are far greater than that US envoy ready for this you in I'm sorry. United Nations on void decries countries. Backing out of global compact for migration, do you know that there was a global compact for migration. The UN special Representative for international migration. What? International Mike Gration, the UN as a special Representative and a whole office for international migration. And this clown criticized the decision by several countries to withdraw from the global compact for migration, saying the measure has seriously affected the spirit of multilateral ISM. I think it reflects very poorly on those who participated in negotiations said the UN's Louise Arbour Tuesday, adding that it's very disappointing to see that kind of reversal. So shortly after a text was agreed upon. So a bunch of nations agreed to this in principle, and then the results began to show, and they said we don't want to be part of this. We didn't know where signing a massive influx of legal migration into our countries with this. But the point is there is a movement at the UN to create a global compact for migration full name, the global compact for safe orderly and regular migration, that's the UN title. Claims to be a non-binding intergovernmental negotiated agreement prepared under the auspices of the United Nations that covers all dimensions of international migration in a holistic and comprehensive manner. And no doubt one of the reasons for it is climate change. There are people fleeing climate. Jane, we must be compassionate and understand the hell they're living in now trying to escape. The UN conference to adopt. This compact is sheduled to be held in Morocco on the tenth and eleventh of December some nations getting cold feet and her backing out United Nations mad California assessing legal action against the use of force on the Mexico border. Now leaders in California have routinely said that they think they are a separate nation in many ways legally, and that they are not bound by United States law. If they find themselves in conflict with it. And this is a position governor moonbeam is taken another's in that state. And this is a classic example, California. Attorney general heavy Arba Sarah is assessing whether California can take a legal action over the Trump administration's use of force. Against a caravan of migrants or a decision and future threats to shut the border with Mexico and the words. If the federal government decides to take any action whatsoever to stem illegal immigration, including these caravans, the state of California say, well, you know, what we may not be bound by it. And we're going to sue them. Now, remember when the state of Arizona. Got frustrated because the Obama administration was not enforcing existing US immigration law. And so they passed their own version of it was almost a replica of federal immigration law, and the Obama administration sued them claiming you era Zona, you don't have the right? We the federal government we have total purview and control over immigration at Cisco in the constitution. And it's true. But here's the state of California, saying, screw you. Trump's screw you US government. We're not gonna let you use violence. We're not gonna let you stop the caravan. You think it's coincidental? The caravan chose to go to the California border rather than Texas. I guarantee you that there were people in California sending singles the caravan come here. Your best. Odds of getting across the border are here in California. We in California wanna help. We attorney general California is Trump hater..

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"mike gration" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"mike gration" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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But when and it comes China to immigration, on he's Wall still Street a lone stocks wolf. are lower in part over And trade that's the reason. talks, Nothing's happened. anxiety, The reason the there Dow's hasn't been down a wall. forty points. This Now, is Fox News. there is always an end of the year budget deal has to get done lame duck congress every year. Does it we've been dealing with continuing resolutions to fund the government for I don't know how many years now there is money in there? That could be allocated by way of executive order. Just get started on building a wall. Five billion ten billion. You can get started. We've already got a prototype of the wall that's been built out to San Pedro their the Mexican border that is proving impossible for the illegals the climb over its. Got a lot of potential. I a lot of people are getting nervous. And wondering why the president isn't moving on especially the administration seems to be getting behind prison reform Bill which may in and of itself be okay? But it's not why he got elected, and it's not going to get him reelected. I mean, people are not going to raise to the polls in twenty twenty. Yeah. We gotta keep trumpeting. See what he did imprison? That's it's immigration and illegal immigration shoring up the border. I can't tell you why the delay. I I can only guess, but I do need to tell you that Trump is still a one man band on this. I mean, he's he's got some don't this some members of the Republican House and some members of the Republican Senate who are with Trump on this, but nowhere near majority of and Trump doesn't have a big donors on his a bunch of big donors on his side who are with him on this. The big donors are. Goes to him on this. And it could well be that the Trump people are strategic rising that it may be to their benefit to have immigration as an issue in twenty twenty. That he tried any struggling and everything, but he needs more support. I can I can see the campaign now got him elected. Once they may be thinking, it could get him elected a second time, and believe me, FOX do not discount this. There's some people in politics, very cynical. If you have a problem that's being and you got elected to fix it. If you fix it too soon. It doesn't help you. I e. If you fix the border right now in the next year. Then what are you going to talk about in the final year leading up to reelection look at what I did. A lot of people's. Yeah. You fix this and roll? We'll reelect you for as long as you live. But in politics, it's what have you done for me lately? And there is this concept. Just like in football. You can score too soon. You're gonna leave the other team too much time to come back in the fourth quarter saving thing here. A lot of people in politics. Thank you can fix it too soon. Salvato soon. Take an issue away from yourself, even though it may be the number one thing voters want. It's it's kind of luted along these lines. I have my little immigration stack today, and it's maddening it's infuriating. Here's one headline from Fox News one third of migrants in caravan are being treated for health issues. Tijuana health official says we're talking here about hepatitis H I V aids, we're talking multiple instances of skin infections. If these people succeed in this caravan getting into the country. Let me give you the number over one third of the so-called migrants. In Tijuana are being treated for diseases, including Burke, yellow says aids chickenpox. And there is a major concern about hepatitis due to the unsanitary conditions. They're living in shelters designed to hold one tenth of their numbers. And these disease people, you know, when back in the old days if you showed up at Ellis Island in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds and you had any kind of disease you were sent back. There wasn't an ounce or shred of compassion. If you were sick cya. We were not in a subject the population of our country to an influx of infectious diseases. And we didn't the pressure here is the exact opposite. We must show compassion. We must treat these people. We can't just ignore hepatitis in age. We must let them in intrigued them. And of course, if you're a conservative and you oppose that, what are you? You're a hard hearted mean-spirited inhuman jerk. MS thirteen gang member admits he hid the in caravan to reach the US border you by the way, you're not gonna see one word of any of these stories. I have here in the drive-by media today. If you do it's going to be in passing to finish up. Our and it'll be like a little headline status report. But it won't be full-fledged news an active member of the MS thirteen gang admitted the border patrol officials that he joined a caravan of migrants in the hopes of reaching the border crossing into the United States. Jose be Joe bell of Honduras was arrested over twenty four th after being spotted standing in the US side of the border east of the port of entry at collects sokaia, California. Well, if if one guy has been caught admitting it the numbers are far greater than that US on Voight ready for this you in I'm sorry. United Nations on void decries countries. Backing out of global compact for migration, do you know that there was a global compact for migration. The UN special Representative for international migration. What? International Mike Gration B U N as a special Representative gonna hold office for international migration. And this clown criticized the decision by several countries to withdraw from the global compact for migration, saying the measure has seriously affected the spirit of multilateral ISM. I think it reflects very poorly on those who participated in negotiations said the UN's Louise Arbour Tuesday, adding that it's very disappointing to see that kind of reversal. So shortly after a text was agreed upon so a bunch of nations agreed to this in principle, and then the results began to show, and they said, we don't want to be part of this. We didn't know where signing a massive influx of illegal migration into our countries with this. But the point is there is a movement at the UN to create a global compact for migration full name, the global compact for safe orderly and regular migration, that's the UN title. Claims to be a non-binding intergovernmental negotiated agreement prepared under the auspices of the United Nations that covers all dimensions of international migration in a holistic and comprehensive manner. And no doubt one of the reasons for it is climate change. There are people fleeing climate change. We must be compassionate and understand the hell they're living in now and trying to escape. U N conference to adopt. This compact is shed jewel to be held in Morocco on the tenth and eleventh of December some nations getting cold feet and her backing out United Nations mad California assessing legal action against the use of force on the Mexico border. Now leaders in California have routinely said that they think they are a separate nation in many ways legally, and that they are not bound by United States law. If they find themselves in conflict with it..

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"mike gration" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

14:17 min | 2 years ago

"mike gration" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Tear gas being fired on helpless, women and children and. Oh, yeah. The fifty some dudes who broke through a border fence threw rocks at border patrol agents and were promptly arrested. But it was the women and children only who had tear gas fired on that very very patiently. And we do appreciate it. David in Mechlin, you're on the Dan Donald show. Good morning. Dan. Guess who is in complete agreement with you, John Kerry, John Kerry was in Europe last week, and it was written that he stated in Europe as Ari crush under the transformation is taking place due to Mike Gration. And he said that in Germany Angela Merkel's weakened Italian politics is significantly impacted. So here they are. And I guess Hillary Clinton also said something similar big John Kerry is much more emphatic Spurs that Europe is being crushed by the transformation that is taking place due to immigration illegal immigration. I should say, and that's the thing legal immigration for Europe is the primary driver of the European Union. Like, the ideal was well economics, of course. But the idea was the free movement of peoples across national borders, if a German wanted to move to Italy for a job. If an Italian wanted to move to Spain they would be able to do. So the problem that was well, I think most people did anticipate, but didn't really address was migration from the Middle East because in Germany, Italy temporary. Recessions and financial mismanagement notwithstanding. The Greek crisis, the Italian debt crisis that sort of thing this standard of life in Europe is so much greater than its neighbors in the Middle East that a whole lot of migrant see all of that opportunity and see porous borders and say well me too the problem with this has been in Europe. There is not been cultural assimilation. There are distinct cultures in Germany in Italy in Great Britain that this new wave of primarily Muslim Middle Eastern migrants. Coming from. All over that region artists. Simulating an art adopting the policies and art adopting the practices of the broader culture. Now, no one is asking them to give up their identities as Muslims to give up their identities as say native born Syrians. But when you don't recognize anything about the broader culture when you don't embrace anything about the broader culture, all that is essentially Ben established within that broader culture is a little fiefdom. And you hear stories periodically about quote, unquote. No go zones where police in French cities, just leave the leave the entire neighborhood alone. And what even John Kerry is recognizing this, and I did actually get wind of that speech that he gave he was at some town-hall-type type meeting. This was according to the guardian the UK newspaper that our caller was David was referencing here. I would I would ask Mr. Kerrey. You our secretary of state. We have almost an identical situation coming not from the Middle East with Islamic culture attempting to supplant the dominant culture, but Central American Mexican culture setting up fiefdoms and not recognizing the broader American culture immigration is fantastic too. Enrich a country if immigrants embraced the broader American British German, whatever it is culture, and in fact, all of the problems associated with Brexit, the British exit from the European Union all of the most of the reasons I should say that Britain's voted for Brexit in the first place where immigration related because they saw what was going on in Germany. They saw what was going on in Sweden. Remember when President Trump was widely mocked for all of the issues going on in Sweden associated with illegal immigration from middle easterners typically, yes asylum seekers refugees, just coming kind of jumping into the border. There's nothing going on in Sweden and like two weeks later riots in Sweden. By migrants. We're seeing the exact same thing on America's southern border. That's why a sovereign nation in order to exist as a sovereign nation needs three fundamental things you need a border a clearly defined plot of land that delineates your country from your neighbor, you need a common language, you need a shared form of expression. There doesn't need to be an official language. But there needs to be one that the dominant culture in Germany, they speak German in Italy. They speak Italian. There are people who speak English. There are people. If there are people who quite simply refused to learn the dominant culture is language you have a problem because what's being established is a fiefdom. Where you have this new enclave of a disparate culture just sort of setting up shop in the middle of your country and refusing to assimilate in any way, including to learn the dominant language and demanding not requesting, but demanding that the dominant culture accede to its demands. And instead provide all manner of services in that language. That's a problem and the dominant culture is the big one we have an identified American culture that has been broadened and has been in large measure defined by immigration defined by all of the disparate peoples primarily from Europe. But also from Asia from south and Central America to all coming together in this sort of bully obeys of people in different cultures. The reason we have Italian restaurants. The reason we have. Any number of traditions that have been brought over from Europe that have been brought over from Asia sushi for goodness sakes. I had sushi for my brother's birthday last night. All you can eat. I am still feeling that, ladies and gentlemen, and we have a. We have a culture that has been built on immigration, but it's been premised on the notion since the founding of this country that when you come here, you don't renounce your ties to the old world. But you recognize that it was the old world the new world. The United States of America is your home. Now, you pledge fealty to its government, you adopt its customs, you make yourself open to acceptance of its culture, and you recognize that as someone who does not have a right to live in the United States, but rather leaves in the United States as a privilege that that is the very minor set of rules that the broader culture asks that we adopt. Well, you've got a political party. Now says you don't need to assimilate. We don't need to have a border. We're all citizens of the world. How dare? Trump wants to enforce border security. How dare he suggest that we need a wall. Well, I saw people coming illegally through an unfinished fence. So yeah, you'll have to pardon me. If I don't agree with that. Let's go to dean in new Berlin. You're on the dano Donald show. Hi, how you doing dean? Gene, gene. I'm sorry. My question is an I've heard. J you. Everybody's return. There's any here's fears coming up for immigration were close the border. Why aren't they coordinating everything he does? Whether it's. An executive order or anything says wiser neck coordinated with a conservative group who grabbed it right away and challenges it sticks it into a conservative court. Well, did gene. Did you not listen to chief Justice John Roberts? There are no conservative or liberal arts. We're just like, we're we're we're one world we are one federal court system. I'll try to get to that ridiculousness. The simple answer is because whenever there is an action by the Trump administration. That's challenged challenged by a liberal group. The need to be challenged by a conservative group, and they can coordinate that makes the decision the gravity district right off the bat, and well, not necessarily because a court is not required to take up a particular action. So typically, what will happen is as suit like the immigration order. The executive action on immigration was challenged by Obama or the Obama action was challenged by conservative groups, and they got it in the district court in Texas. It's because that that's where the challenge comes from. So you're saying a conservative group like a fair the immigration group, the conservative immigration group challenge, President Trump's actions. So that it can be a judicata in say the seventh circuit, which tends to be more conservative. Generally, do it generally doesn't work like that. Because you will get these instant challenges that are instantly. Picked up in the ninth circuit. So when there was the travel ban. It was immediately challenged in the ninth circuit. And there has to be an issue of jurisdiction the seventh circuit can't because it handles cases from Wisconsin, Illinois, and all this and the problems are very obviously happening on the southern border. So there could be a jurisdictional challenge to the court even taking the kiss. I don't wanna get too far into the weeds. I like where you're going with that. But the reality is the ninth circuit because it covers California, California southern border typically as we're all of this stuff happens. That's why those cases get sent there. Rich in Caledonia, you're on the Dan O'Donnell show. That the United Nations is opening these poor migrants, you know, migrate to our country. And to a person they're all seeing the same thing. They're coming here for economic for work up until they get coach when they get their appointment. Right. And then they say well, the drug cartels have marked me for death. So I need to stay here. Right. If they if they even show up, and this is the the fundamental problem rich, you've got people who will come. And this is what Trump wants to change. No, you should be forced to wait in Mexico because we obviously have a problem with people getting a court date. They're released then into the United States and expected to show up for the court date. Well, if I know I don't have a credible case for asylum. What's the likelihood that I'm going to show up in court only to be escorted right back to Mexico by the border patrol slim to none, right and slim just left. Right. And this is this is why we call a catch and release and this this is the fundamental problem. But you had another point you wanted to make the United Nations and the State Department giving George Soros with his open borders society. We're basically funding the invasion of our our southern border. These people are coming to take jobs that would go to the lower skilled workers were starting to see an increase interfaith. Finally because somebody's actually standing up for him. I'm in the industry, and to be honest. I mean, they come here to industry workers. They are rich hold on a second. What industry are you in construction and construction sure and do they bust in and they get your kid when people because they've done the right way legal immigrants. You're talking about right? Yes. Every every legal immigrants. I have ever known in my life. Is in various stages of anger and disbelief at people who come across the border illegally. Because for one thing there is a stereotype if you're a legal Mexican citizen, or if you have come to this country from Mexico legally, there is a stereotype and don't think that it only exists on the right on the left to that. You're an illegal immigrant. So they resent the holy heck out of that. They hate that. It takes years upon years upon years to be naturalized to become a United States citizen. And this is what I'm talking with the primary problem. I have is the economic impact that it has an it is crushing California. It is crushing Texas. It is crushing Arizona. New Mexico everywhere. There is a high concentration of illegal immigrants. You have got an economic imbalance because social service. And government aid is spent on people who simply aren't paying enough into the system to be able to counteract this imbalance will pick up on that. But I do want to get to Twitter banning a prominent conservative former Republican candidate for congress and talk show host seemingly without reason. Also, the single best suggestion I have seen for combating global warming. That's next here on the Dan Donald show. The proof is in the pudding advertisers that hire us stick with us for years and years because they trust us because.

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"mike gration" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"mike gration" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"But it's suggests in quivalent see that is really misleading. There aren't to America's the views that CNN and NBC news in CBS give America and the view that you get on FOX. They're not a quivalent one is journalistic information, it's the institutions the journalistic platforms best sense of what's true at that minute. And it's intended to give citizens information they can use to make decisions about their life. The information on Trump. On on the FOX platform, which was founded as a political platform by Roger Ailes. It was not founded as a journalistic institution. It's took promulgate a point of view in ideologue, and now FOX is found the great purse primetime personification of the current DDR allergy that it selling and Trump who is very good on TV, but it will lie to defend that political position. And one of the lies that it tells now it without any facts is that this caravan is filled with dangerous people, and they're going to storm the border that lie is okay. If you're a propaganda stir a PR person because you are selling the brand which is Donald Trump. We don't do that. So they're not equal views in citizens need understand. We are trying to tell them facts in what's true. They are selling you, a political view which will include lies if it serves there. Ends. And Karen, you spent a long time in the Washington Post newsroom before moving over as a columnist. Do you think newsrooms at the post kind of fell for the caravan narrative before election day is I think the coverage now has been much more has much much more. There's been a lot more scrutiny of what Trump is trying to do with the caravan. Well, I think that newsrooms I'm particularly our newsroom, I'm proud of because they are actually using this as an opportunity to sort of dig deeper into the forces that that put people on this treacherous path of Mike Gration. For instance, we had a pretty ground breaking story over the weekend the degree to which people are are sending their children in these caravans in a way, they never did before. So, you know, on the one hand, I think the sort of the alarmism is pretty much a function of cable news. But I think other media are actually using this as an opportunity to look at you know, what is driving people to commit the. Absolutely desperate act. No, let's hear oppression. What my impression is. I mean, look the whole thing is incredible. What you really see here is not just a ideological supporting of the president. We really see. Here's the merging of a TV store and a TV network. And I think you saw over the weekend. The other Friday news dump was that, you know, Bill shine the former head of or one of the top guys at Fox News is still being paid by Fox News on screen, not being paid being paid millions of dollars show. This I obtained by CNBC seven million dollars in bonuses after he was forced out of FOX three point five million being paid to this year. Why don't we works in the White House? It's incredible. Look if someone like that if someone on the CNN staff or the Daily Beast staff, the Washington Post f- if there was some kind of arrangement like that. There would be housed from the conservative media. How dare you have this conflict of interest? But in here, it appears to be business as usual and it runs both ways. Right. We had. Both Hannity appearing as a guest at the president's rallies. And you've got a former White House communications director hope Hicks now working for Fox News..

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"mike gration" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"mike gration" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"And when he was the vice president of ins poll, but before that when he was in suppose Representative of the most go bureau, he was noon to be using the orb widely believed to be using the red notice system to try to persuade other countries to detain people who were nuisance to the Kremlin. I mean, the Kremlin's political opponents and the most famous than the goal, of course, Bill Browder, the sort of the whistle blower on a lot of Putin corruption and Browder was detained for while in Spain on the basis an INTERPOL red notice now he was released again. But the the point about a red notice is that it is not in itself, an arrest warrant INTERPOL doesn't have the power to arrest anybody, but they can issue a red notice which invites the country that that person may be in to arrest them, pending some sort of extradition procedure. And so. It's it's it's like one step below formula arrest warrant, but under his leadership in Moscow for a couple of check seemed to be using the red notice system for very political purposes this election, we have now seen follows the disappearance off intervals former presidents Mang home way. Beijing later on confirmed that he had been detained Michael how important is the role of the president's off- interval how for example, INTERPOL functions without men at the helm. It doesn't make that much difference operation. They because as I was saying the secretary general, you know, you can stock. He's he's been sick Jensen's twenty fourteen. And so he's now done for years. He'll do another year. He steps down next year unless he's reappointed. So the secretary general has a big role. But but it's there's a big symbolic role. Re remember that INTERPOL doesn't have the power to arrest. Anybody it doesn't over override anyone else's policing service? But it is the international. Oil data sharing organization. They have a lot of material greenfield data, they also as it were pursue international crime. So they do a lot of terrorism on money laundering child pornography? People trafficking, drug trafficking narcotics. Those are international types of crime into Paul has very good databases on in some cases of big DNA base. So they serve the the purposes of police forces around the world the person who's president doesn't make that much difference to the upper ration-, but it makes a big difference to the credibility of the organization and the idea of having Mr. Procup joke as the president would actually diminish the credibility of INTERPOL in the eyes of the world. It would have been another blow to international organizations efforts to remain relevant at a time. When all international organizations are being undermined by current world leaders. Is there anything that escaping into Paul particularly busy at the moment? I'm wondering if the new president of the organization is going to have special some special challenge. Just ahead. Oh, indeed. I mean in general INTERPOL is fighting hard to stay up with the internationalization of most forms of crime. And so the the the biggest issues at the moment tend to be people trafficking narcotics and child pornography, which is inherently international news is aside the based crime because national police force is finding very difficult to keep track of those things, and at least INTERPOL based in Leon as it is is able to maintain quite a big star food can keep the databases alive on all these things and actors the as it were the front for integrating the work of police services around the world. So those are the particular things is trafficking child pornography and narcotics. Those are the things that really concern it they don't do as much as you might imagine on terrorism only because that's pretty well covered by other police forces and EuroPol, which is a European version of INTERPOL is very active. On counter-terrorism. And it's pretty effective. Thus was Michael Clark. Thank you very much for joining us here in the briefing here is what else is making news today. Members of the US cost Donald Trump to find out whether Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman played a role in the murder of Jamaica, Shoghi, Republican and democratic leaders have now since a lesser to the president's demanding a thorough investigation into the journalist's murder. Australia's governments. This is will not sign up to you and Mike Gration agreements because it would compromise the country's hardline immigration policy and endanger, national security, Australia, joins the United States, Israel and several eastern European countries in rich acting the pact..

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"mike gration" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"mike gration" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Hard lifting for us is Leonard. Donal freelance Jen listen the AP's Fulmer bureau chief in Afghanistan. Welcome back to the studio to see 'em. Right. Let us begin with the very difficult situation. The chairman of nisan Carlos Goan seems to find himself in he does. Indeed, it looks like he's going to lose his job at the top of one of the biggest auto companies in the world as of Thursday. He turned himself into police today in Tokyo, it seems after quite a long investigation into what's been billed as financial misconduct. And while officially Nissan isn't saying exactly what he's been doing. It's been reported in the Japan Times as you say that he's been under reporting his salary. He's income. By about five billion yen over five years and that comes to forty four million dollars. That's the amount by which he's been under reporting his income. Right. That does not go down well in countries like Japan, will no it doesn't. But he's one of the very rare foreign executives in Japan, and that's been criticized as well. And as has his income, and it looks like he may not be there anymore. But I mean, he he turned around Nissan Nissan was really struggling when he took it over about twenty years ago. So he's had a long along innings as well. He was at rano in France before the at any also dragged Renault out of bankruptcy. Then he merged the two glommed Mitsubishi measures onto the side. And it's been really quite a successful venture. Because. The. Ause that they sell than what does it Denise in Reno Mitsubishi conglomerate has become the world's largest auto seller and has been outselling Volkswagen, which is being nipping at its toes for the last couple of years. So as a result as you can imagine shares in Nissan dropped. And nobody knows what to expect next. The the the apology coming from Nissan or enormous as we cannot go into detail. We cannot go into details with confirm this mattress, totally unacceptable. Experts at this misconduct is grave enough to leave Michigan from his post with deeply sorry that then followed this enormous process by which the Japanese company must express incredible amounts of regret a ten second. Bow McCann's is how we do it. But then it needs to rebuild its reputation now can one person's greed and claims of mishmash mismanagement, actually. Do serious damage to a comic it the size of which you've just described. Well, it's very interesting. Because one of the reports that I read today. Well, it was in the Japan Times. Actually, they started talking to people about what they sort of Nissan, and they talked to an analyst, and they talked to somebody who is involved in testing the cause at the Nissan plant and both of these people said, I'm I'm really worried about Nissan's future now because I think what happens is that especially with the cast scandals that we've had in the last year, or so people are really worried about the standards that the world's biggest auto manufacturers are a Deering to we had the huge Volkswagen scandal over emission levels, and one of the chaps who's quoted in the Japan Times, even says if I if I were considering buying a Nissan car now, I'd probably have second thoughts. But what the leaders of the company had said is that? The management structure was so Paik that they weren't able to detect what Mr. gun and another one of the foreign executives at the company called Greg Kelly were up to we don't know exactly what they were up to other than the alleged under reporting of their incomes. But it sounds like another restructuring may be in order. So that everybody knows what everybody's doing right? Let's move on the Sydney Morning Herald, Australian Prime minister, not holding back in his very very anti Mike Gration rhetoric. The headline is enough enough enough. Scott Morrison says he will cut Australia's migration intake. Well, indeed..

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"mike gration" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"mike gration" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Tom to talk about business news. Now today with a focus on the Middle East, I'm joined on the line from Cairo by multiples contributed their Ruth Michelson, welcome to the program. We're talking first of all about Morocco, which is just got a nice lump sum of cash from the EU. Morocco has apparently just received two hundred seventy five million dollars from the u.. I'm afraid I don't have that is in euros off the top of my head. This is intended to. Assistant some basic services. And according to the, you create some jobs as a way of combating one of migration to Europe and Mike Gration from North Africa, particularly Morocco to Europe is up. And so this money from the u is designed to stem the flow of migrants who are mostly bound for Spain. So this as the the the Bloomberg article you've picked for a says, you know, we talk about the potential uses of this money, and you know, in this onto goes, suggesting it's it's designed to help improve fortunes overall Morocco and dissuade people from making that perilous journey in some cases across the across the water to Europe. That's right. So obviously it's, you know, if you can make people situations better in the country where they all, then that will disincentivize leaving also to say nothing if people that. Will come through Morocco from other parts of Africa, bound fear of it's probably worth pointing out at the same time that there have been some human rights concerns raised about Morocco. Have been human rights. Groups have said that the authorities are just simply bussing people who won't to cross away from potential departure points forcible removal of potentially hundreds of people bound for Europe to from the north of the country. And also, you know this money from the u incentivizes the authorities to do that because this is kind of part of the deal that we see with countries making with Europe, that if they enforce migration, where they all it keeps the you happy Costa home for you, Ruth and the former Egyptian leader whose Neubauer kids have got themselves into trouble. Yes. Well, ongoing trouble since two thousand twelve this particular trial. So Google Gamal and allow Barak hose knee, bark son's is he say, have been. On trial since two thousand twelve full stock market manipulation and alleged illegal trading of shares. And so in this case, you know, there are also as well as the Mubarak sons were also detained on Saturday. Off the one hearing of the trial. There is seven of those who are accused of these financial crimes. Some who were major figures in gyp, shin banks, including from citadel capital, and if de Hermes. And so this is also caused some Virga rations in the stock market. Actually the largest drop in the stock index since January twenty seventeen. Talking of stock markets and the potential for a flotation by Begum cosmetics firm in over there. Well, potential or not potential depending on whether you who you're talking to. Yes. So this is the social media influence who Caton who owns the 'cause medics firm who to BT, which is apparent one billion dollars, and she has been telling Arabian business publication based in the Middle East that she essentially is rejecting the idea that she would take the company public because public opinion can have too much over an influence on the fares of the how the company says and cited the recent debacle with Elon Musk tweeting about taking his company, tesla, private, and what that did to the company. As a result, I think most got more problems than shareholders really. Let's push on and finish off by talking about the ruler of Dubai who's headed all, or who's been in the United States and bid on a shopping spree. Oh yes, very, very expensive. Still shopping spree. Apparently shave, Mohammed bin Rashid MC tomb showed up at an auction of thoroughbred racehorses in Kentucky and spent eighteen point nine million dollars on racehorses twenty two thoroughbred racehorses to be exact. And this was after four days. He spent just six point nine million dollars in one day and apparently the the second biggest fire at the auction was his brother shake done. Been Rashida tomb who spent twelve point three million on nineteen horses, but there's still time because the thoroughbred race will sale is continuing. So they might record sales out of. For more flutters apparently. Very good. Okay. Ruth Michelson in Cairo. Thank you very much. Joining us today on the globalist..

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"mike gration" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"mike gration" Discussed on Wow In the World

"This is what i wanted to show you ten your fridge on the bridge garros dickey fingerprints oh are those postcards from reggie yep and those are all just from this past month or a really been clocking in the blind miles if you know what i made how look at this whole why the great wall of china hokkaido japan hokkaido that's what it was i knew it ended in a no does this every year yet does migration vacation his mike gration vacation yeah so here's the deal pigeons like reggie are nesting birds right which means that they like to stay in one spot their whole lives yeah but reggie is also a very popular bird can say that again but reggie is also a very pop so he has a lot of interspecies friends some golden clovers you canadian geese i think his roommate and bird college might have been a bald eagle and they are all migratory birds migratory meaning on the move so so he just joins up with them goes along for a ride yet pretty much it's like one big road trip in the sky heis and let me just check to make sure i've got my bird facts straight here hang on just get my level your level yeah see you can see if you got your back straight no no mini when when i said i wanted to get my bird facts straight i just meant i wanted to double check the meaning of migration oh well why didn't you say so okay migration is when birds move from one area to another for either the winter or the summer yes and the usually head south to warmer weather in winter and then back up north when it heats up again right exact torito's so for example most birds in north america moves south for the winter to get away from the cold injuries their baby that makes sense and then in the springtime just before summer they pack their bags and fly up north all you can eat buffet insects and bugs that have been hiding all winter so not only do birds migrate south in the winter to avoid the cold but also to find more food yet and according to reggie's postcards some of these birds are extreme endurance athletes just check out this postcard sent me from hawaii after traveling with his golden plover pows hot interesting but mini i can't read this it just looks like a bunch of bird footprints oh you don't read pigeon scratch do you that's cool i'll read it to you let's see here having a great time to a ukulele lesson did some whale watching some surfing and here we go it's a very nice way to relax after a three thousand mile one way flight thousand miles mindy that's farther than new york to los angeles i know and that's not even the crazy part tell me they rented the mediterranean tapa snack boxes no the crazy part is that they did all in one trip all in one trip yep four days straight humane without stopping with no rest breaks and no food nope nada wow that's incredible i mean don't you remember that one time you sit up from one whole night embroidering your grandma g forces wrestling rope you fell asleep in your cereal the next day nothing beats nice breakfast in the sunshine think mindy.

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"mike gration" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"mike gration" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is npr news in comments and in tweets trump is attacking mexico he says mexico does very little to keep latin american migrants out of the us lecture doors gotta help birkat before flow right through mexico the united states can't happen mexico says it already cooperates with the us on mike gration will hear more of the country's response this afternoon on all things considered from npr news and it's a program you will hear beginning at four thirty this afternoon good morning i'm steve inskeep a cigarette shop owner lost money but as a business plan to recover eric white cells native american cigarettes said he owed no taxes for business on a reservation but the government made him pay so the seneca man hired a construction crew he's building an exit ramp from the new york state through way to his big indian smoke shop his own exit a highway official says that's normally illegal but he's not sure since it's land on a reservation it's morning edition there are many types of algae found in bodies of water on the world sometimes the experience spurts of growth called algal blooms the effects can be devastating i'm jim metzner and this is the pulse of the planet the algae normally are in small numbers in the ocean and don't bother anybody but occasionally conditions get right where the algae will go from a few cells per milliliter to thousands or cells from nella leader and you can see this by the color of the water often it turns a reddish color under those conditions the algae produce enough toxin that they can really become a nuisance and an economic disaster ken yeltsin is a wrigley professor and the department of earth and biological sciences at the university of southern california that algal bloom will always crash because they run out of enough nutrients and that part of the ocean for a brief time all the bacteria won't eat the algae and use up all the oxygen and then the fish either have to move out or they'll die from lack of oxygen we don't really understand what causes algal bloom which nutrients still allow that to happen and how they build up and how you know that it's happening what would be really valuable would be to have an early warning system so that you could see if something was going on and if you.

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"mike gration" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"mike gration" Discussed on AP News

"The road for a goodwill trip to germany and poland later this month the duke and duchess of cambridge of course will also be there with prince george's three in princess charlotte whose two for a fiveday tour beginning july subtlety kensington palace those the trip is being seen as an effort to bolster britain's goodwill ties with europe permitted to go she asians to leave the european union the palaces the worlds are looking forward to a busy impactful tour and are happy as a family to meet such reporting friends of the united kingdom it's not the first time the kids will get the world treatment abroad the pair were also part of an official tour to canada last year a crisis meeting between the eu's mike gration chief france and germany was held sunday night to discuss libya and italy the meeting happened off to italy pleaded for european help to deal with the surge of migrant arrivals from africa some ten thousand migrants were rescued from the sea in recent days france and germany both promised additional money for training the libyan coast guard and to find ways to reinforce libya's largely lawless southern border the french interior ministry said in a statement that it will also work on a code of conduct for aid groups working in the mediterranean the promoter of the failed fire music festival in the bahamas and unveil as the peace julie walker reports dealing with furland was arrested friday unafraid charge the fire festival had promised that experience like no other ticket buyers said they got almost nothing billy macfarland is charged with scheming to defraud investors in his company fire media the charges stem from his promotion of that festival billed as an ultraluxurious event taking place on the isle lindh of eggs zuma with major acts performing but those performers backed out the show was cancelled prosecutors say macfarland used fake documents to trick investors he was freed on three hundred thousand dollars bail julie.

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