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The Falklands War Explained
"This episode is on the Falcons will and so we get straight into the Falklands war was a ten week. Undeclared war which we Argentina and the United Kingdom in one thousand nine hundred ninety two over two different territories in the south Atlanta the focus on islands territorial dependency which is south Georgia and South Sandwich Islands. The conflict guy on the second of I pro. When Argentine forces invaded occupied the focus ORLANDS? This was followed by invasion of south Georgia the next day in an attempt to establish the sovereignty claim them over on the fifth of April. The British government dispatched a naval task force to engage each week the Argentine navy and Air Force before making them in February so come the island. This conflict lasted seventy four days and ended with the Argentine surrender on the fourteenth for June. Were turning the islands to British control in total six forty nine auditorium military personnel. It's now on two hundred and fifty richest personnel and three folklore owners died during the hostilities. The conflict was a major episode. In the protracted dispute over the territory's sovereignty Argentina selected our maintains that they were Argentine find territory and Argentine government. That's characterizes military action as the reclamation of its territory the British government regard the action As an invasion of in crime colony since eighteen forty one the folkman islanders who had inhabited the island since the early nineteenth century with predominantly descendants of British cyclists and strongly favored which is shocking Leave estate officially declared war. Although both the government declared the islands of warzone hostilities was almost exclusively limited to the territories UNDIS- disputes and the area South Atlantic where Louis the conflict had a strong effect in both cultures and has been the subject various books articles films on songs uh-huh patriotic sentiment ran high in Argentina. But the outcome prompted large protests against the military government hastened its downfall in the United Kingdom the conservative government boasted by the successful outcome was reelected increased majority the following year the the cultural and political effects of the conflict have been less than the UK done in Argentina where it remains a common topic for discussion. Diplomatic diplomats relations between the United Kingdom and Argentina were restored in one thousand nine hundred nine fallen meeting Madrid a which the two governments issued the joint statement. No change in either country's position regarding the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands were made explicit in Nineteen ninety-four Argentina's in times claim to the territory was added to its constitution in the period leading up to the wall in particular perform transfer of power between the military dictators. General Jorge Raphael Videla and General Roberto Eduardo Viola late in March nineteen eighty see what Argentina have been in the midst of a devastating economic stagnation and large scale civil unrest against the military Giunta that been governor the country since nineteen seventy six in December. One thousand nine hundred what there was a change in the audit time military regime bringing to office. It's a new GENTA headed by General Leopoldo Galtieri Acting President and Averick Adele Lameta an admiral. George Weah was the main architect and supporter of military solution for the long standing claim over the islands calculating and that the United Kingdom would never respond militarily by opt-in for military action the Galateri government hoped to mobilized choice along standard patriotic feelings of Argentines towards the islands. Their star the public attention from the country's current economic problems on the regime's James Ongoing Human rights violations of the dirty war such actions would also boast a dwindling legitimacy the new space last preceding speculated on a step-by-step plan beginning with cutting off supplies to the island and direct actions slate to nine thousand nine hundred two if the UN talks were fruitless ongoing tension between the couteau countries over islands increased the online from March where Military Group of Argentine scrap metal merchants. They actually infiltrated by Argentine Marines raised as the Argentine flag at South Georgia Island. A not that would like to be seen as the first offensive action in the war. The blow navy ice patrol vessel H- H must endure. It was dispatched from standing to South Georgia on the twentieth in response the Argentine Ministry Genta suspect in the UK would reinforce his Atlantic forces ordered the invasion of the fulcrum islands to be brought forward to the second-ranked The UK was initially taken by surprise by the Argentine attack on the South Atlantic islands. Despite repeated wouldn't wooden royal naval captain Nicholas Barker it commanded. They're enjoying anivers- Balka believed that the Defense Secretary John Not Nineteen Nineteen eighty-one review in which knots described plans to rejoin the joins. The Yolk case only naval presence in the in the South Atlantic at center signal not Argentines that UK was unwilling would soon be unable to defend his territories subjects in the Falkland Islands on the Second Night Nineteen eight thousand nine hundred. The Argentine forces mounted on Fabius London's known as Operation Rosario on the Falkland Islands the invasion was met with nominal defense organized by full. Didn't governor Sir. Rex Hunt giving command to Major. Might Norman of the Royal Marines brings the events invasion included end of life. Talent commander Admiral Sanchez supply. Thomas I'm fabulous commanders. Group the attack on Moody Brook Barracks. The engagement between troops of Hugo Santelli on bill trip at Stanley on the final engagement and surrender government. Government has worthy invasion. I reach the U. K.. From auditing solstice. A minister defense operative in London had a short tally tax. Conversation with Governor. Hunt's telex operation confirmed that Argentines on the island and in control later that day BBC journalists Lorrimore Golez spoke with an Orlando at goose green via average rage of who confirmed the presence of a large oftentimes entire fleet and the Argentine forces had taken control of the island richest military operations in the Fulcrum Wolf were given the code thing Operation Culpa and the commander of the Task Force was Melissa. John fieldhouse operations lasted from first of all April nineteen thousand nine hundred to the twentieth of June nineteen ninety two. The British undertook a series of military operations as a means of recapturing the fortunes from Argentine Argentine occupation the British royalty taken prior in second April invasion in response to the events on South Georgia the submarines henchman splendid and H- H Mess Fox and was ordered to South to south on twenty nine March whereas the store ship Royal Flea Cle- exonerate for Austin was dispatched from the western Mediterranean H Messengers North Carrington. I wish to send a third submarine but his decision with deferred due to concerns about the impact on operational commitments coincidentally on the second of March suckering suckering hikmet superb after broke up and it was just seemed was in the press to be heading south that has been since been speculation. The effect effect these reports were panic. The Argentine Genta into invading the Falkland Islands before nuclear powered submarines could be deployed the following day. Join a crisis. Meeting headed by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. The Chief of Naval Staff at Henry Leach advise that quote written could send Taskforce Skip. The islands were invaded and on the first April sent orders to a royal naval force. CARRINA LENA exercises in the Mediterranean to provide south-south Phony invasion on the second of April after emergency meeting of the cabinet approval was given to form a task force to retake the islands. This was backed in an emergency session of the House of Commons. The next day on the six by the British government set up a war cabinet to provide today political oversight the campaign this was the CRISCO instrument crisis-management to the British with his remittance to keep under review political or military development relating to the South Atlantic and to report as necessary to Defense Overseas Policy Committee. The Wall Cabinet Matt at least daily until it was dissolved on the twelfth of August although Margaret Thatcher is described as dominating the wool cabinet Lawrence Friedman notes in the official history of the Falkland Islands Campaign that she did not know opposition without concern of however wants a decision was reached. She did not look back and quote on the evening of April. The United Kingdom's nation's ambassador possums for a drop. The president of the United Nations Gertie Council the resolution which condemned hostilities in the media. Argentine ritual from the island was adopted by the council the following day as United Nations. WHO's not council resolution five? Oh two which passed with ten votes in simple when against ends up stations. China the Soviet Union potent UK receive fervor political support from members members countries the Commonwealth of Nations and the European Economic Community Australia Canada New Zealand withdrew that diplomats from bodice Ariz the e say also provided economic support by imposing economic sanctions on Argentina. Auden itself was politically literally backed by a majority of countries in Latin America of crucially knocked chilly and also some members of the Non Aligned Movement. The New Zealand government expelled the Argentine ambassador following the invasion Prime Minister Rob Dune was in London. When will grow finding an opinion piece published in science? He said quote the military rulers of Argentina must not be appeased. New Zealand will back Britain all the way and unquote will cost in on BBC World Service. He told the focus islands. This quote this robot mode do we all think Commu Given our full support total to the British government isn't this endeavors to rectify the situation. Get rid of the people invaded your Country Country Unquote on the twenty for May nine hundred eighty two. He announced that New Zealand would make H. M. S.. Concentrate prey lead. The class frigate valuable to use when the British were could fit to release royal. Navy vessels from the Falcons in the House of Commons almonds. Afterwards Margaret Thatcher said quote the New Zealand government and people have absolutely magnificent in support of this country and the Falkland Islanders just for the rule of liberty of law and quote the French president. Francois Mitterrand declared embargo home. Frenchamn sows thousand assistance to Argentina. In addition from allowed UK act craft warships use of his poor field facilities. That car in Senegal Frans provided dismisal aircraft training. So that Harry pilots could be trained against the French aircraft used by Argentina Intelligence also cooperated with Britain to prevent Argentina from containing more exit missiles on the international market. Kim a two thousand two interview in reference to the support John Not then defense secretary at disquiet France. At Britain's quote greatest tally in two thousand twelve. He came to light that wall. This poll was taken place. A French technical team employed by docile and already in Argentina remained death throughout the world. Despite presidential decree the team had provided material support to the Argentines identify and fixing faults in exit missile launchers. John Not set the unknown. The French team was that beset. It's what was thought. Be Not of any the important and advised that French government denied any knowledge the time that the tech teams that in contrast French intelligence officer maintained a team was that it was in intelligence gathering capacity. Joel not that asked if he regretted his surly praised. The French said he's the French. were quote the excess and always have been an quote. The Sierra Leone government allowed task for ships to refuel preterm. BBC Ten transport aircraft landed on Joel in the Gambia Umbria flight between the UK and Ascension Islands. The United States was concerned. A protracted conflict with the Soviet Union Argentina's Argentina's side and initially tried to meet yet then to the conflict through shuttle diplomats however when Argentina refused the US peace over rituals US Secretary of State Alexander. Hey announced that. The United States would prohibit sale arms to Argentina and provide material support richest operations rations both houses the US Congress passed resolutions supporting us. Parchin sided with the United Kingdom. The into and you S. provided United Kingdom with Sidewinder missiles for use by the Harrier jets President Ronald Reagan approved Royal Navy's Request to borrow the sea curry capable amphibious assault ship. US Awad Jima. If the British lost aircraft carrier the United States Navy developed a plan to help the richest man that Shit with American military contractors likely retired sailors with knowledge of a Jima Systems
The impact of gratitude
"This is Dr Michael Wilks. With a second opinion. ernestine is a seventeen year old homeless woman who came to see me yesterday morning just a few hours after she was discharged from the hospital emergency department. Her arm was in a sling and was wrapped from her fingers. All all the way up to her shoulders in white dressing her other arm also had a white dressing with a large spot of dried blood in the center when when I saw her all wrapped up in bandages. My first comment was holy cow. What happened Ernestine? Her first comment to me was I am so lucky and I have so much to be thankful for. She told me how the previous night. She was viciously attacked and stabbed by her former boyfriend. Friend just two days before she and I talked about her need to get a restraining order. After she explained the details of the assault she again and spoke of how thankful she was to put this in context. For at least six months she had been homeless. She had been living on the street After being kicked out of her home by her mother she had to drop out of school. She lost contact with her brothers and sisters and she usually could only afford board to eat one meal a day and now she was brutally assaulted and she was grateful. Gratitude is a positive emotion. Felt one one one realizes that someone else has given you. Something of value. Psychologists have suggested that gratitude plays a pivotal role in promoting positive social relationships which are essential in a well-functioning society gratitude signals a kindness and and motivates the grateful individual often a relative stranger to reciprocate the pro social behavior studies show that experiencing ingratitude directly facilitates repayment of the favor with a kind act in return. This is a sort of cycle of kindness. Among among a highly social species. Human Beings Ernestine explained that she had so much to be thankful for the medical care she received at the hospital all the woman who found her after the attack and drove her to the hospital and the few people in her life. Who really cared about her? I was silent. How how could this woman practice gratitude at a moment like this in her life? As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday it seems appropriate to consider how how the practice of gratitude supports our own well-being research in the area of positive. Psychology provides evidence demonstrating that practicing. Gratitude has enormous impact on our physical and Army National Health. It turns out that gratitude causes the release of the neurotransmitter Mitterrand dopamine in key areas of the brain the health effects of gratitude range from increasing happiness too focusing less on material objects to reducing burnout to sleeping better being tired and being more resilient as Ernestine discovered if there is one thing a person can can do to increase their health and happiness expressing gratitude. Might be it so happy Thanksgiving and remember how fortunate you are. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion.
Fire in the heart of France
"We're looking at the five that so nearly destroyed the cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris and implications for world heritage. And for France. Joining me in the studio is the F FTC architectures correspondent, Edwin Heskitt and from Paris across Banovic demands, Victor it's a couple of days since the shock. It's still standing essentially unaltered. I'm how rave is the damage. Well, I think now the the fire is being put out the damage is very very severe to the roof, but it was mainly to the wooden roof and that spot that was on top of that roof, which plunged through the volt of the cathedral into the middle of the cathedral. But the damage to the treasures and artworks inside it's surprisingly minor. It seems in most cases. So I think given the extent of the fire, and that's a horrendous blaze that we saw on that Monday night really things are better than people might have expected. Nevertheless, I mean, there is sort of question about the stability of certain parts of the stonework. Called the stone towers, the bell ties a largely intact. And of course, rebuilding the roof will itself be a very very major project and even the amazing stained glass window survived. Apparently. Yes, not all of them. I mean, you can see that some of the smaller windows, especially high up clearly broken shattered on the disappeared. But the great rose windows for which no pa- them is famous. I still there. There was sort of three major rose windows on the west and the north and the south, and they still seemed to be entitled whether almost certainly smoke damaged, but they're not broken and people are rushing forward to volunteer money to rebuild it. We seem to be up to two billion euros and a few days. That's right. Even when the father was still raging the Pino family offered one hundred million euros, and since then the promises have been rolling in lousy from tycoons big companies in France. But also some foreign companies apple that it would donate some money, and then also sort of French government institutions that does not as public subscription that's going to take place in France. And. People will get tax breaks for donating small amounts of money. So yes, very large sum of money has already been promised. I think we're up to about eight hundred million years at the moment. Now, president mackerel has already said that the whole thing will be rebuilt, but Edwin new wrote in the paper that restoration will take more than just money. It requires a meticulous forensic examination and deep thought about what exactly is to be restored. What do you mean by them? Well, I think there were two questions first there's the situation as it is. I mean, suddenly this becomes a kind of mix of a crime scene and the disaster area. But it's not like an earthquake where you can just bring a bulldozer shovel everything up. Everything has to be mapped out for Ensley because every piece of stonework every piece of gloss is a valuable antique, it might be something hand-carved from thirteen hundred. So the first very long very meticulous arduous exercise is just going through all the damaged stuff on the flaws as collapsed in from the roof woods, the timbers the bits of glass metal the gargoyles. Collapsed in and cataloging all that that's an incredible amount of work before we even get to start reconstruct. And then of course, there's the second issue, which is what exactly it is. You're going to reconstruct isn't a meticulous copy of the church exactly as it was the moment before the fiber account, or do you take it back to state in around nine thousand nine hundred or in eighteen hundred do you strip out some of the worst of the Victorian nineteenth century excessive restorations in additions? What are you building? What is not your damn? You know, what does the base and the French have a record of actually adding modern bits two ancient buildings. I'm thinking of the famous gloss permit in the middle of the Louvre. Do you think they'll take similar opportunity to do something modern with not damore as it to sacred to do that kind of thing with either leave? They just announced before we came on air that there will be a global call for designs for new spa. The spy that fell in so dramatically was actually nineteenth century addition. And it looks like there's going to be a contemporary replacement for that. And. Mean restoration as well as being very difficult technical task. And the task of reimagined nation seems to be a very dangerous thing in itself because actually as far as we can see this fire was set off by restoration efforts. And that's not an isolated incident as it absolutely isn't. I mean here we had the Glasgow school of art which burned down twice during restoration projects. Almost unbelievably. But we'll wait. There have been examples of this happening. And it's a very dangerous and very delicate moment in the life of a building. Because everything is exposed there naked flames there the conditions of building sign, which are always unpredictable. So you're right restoration is necessary. So the building doesn't fall down and remain safe. But it's also arguably the most vulnerable moment the buildings life when it's going to strip naked. And I don't want to turn the focus away from Paris too much. But I'm in here in Britain, people are very worried about the restoration the palace and Westminster including the virus. Yeah. That's right. And the amazing even though that's only one hundred fifty years old one hundred forty as as on by fire. Wasn't it? It was it was originally. But it's a far more complex. Building the church effective is a bond. That's one big space, but parliament is a warrant of rooms and sellers, and it's very heavily used in a way that the church is one big space used by congregation and tourists, but it's much more simple. Use in a way, so Victor turning back to France. I mean, what's the current mood in Paris? Because on the night, it seemed like an almost incredible blow was going to happen to this most celebrated of cities is it now a kind of relief or shock. I think people are already starting to move on to sort of daily politics after twenty four hour break that was declared by the main political parties to grieve as it were not them. I think you know, there's also a financial impact on the city because I think it's the most visited tourist site in Europe and possibly the world something like twelve million people year, go to see no predom-. So obviously, there will be an impact on tourism in the city and people are concerned about that. But yeah, people have already slowly begun to move on. And you've got some of the anti-government protest is Alasia in protest is. Complaining that these big French companies and tycoons able to four large sums of money overnight for not done, which they're not able to do to help the poor. You know, it's very return. If you like, no, more, French politics, but just on the business of restoration. I mean, I think the French have quite a good record of interesting restorations and not necessarily wanting to be totally conservative and just put back. What was already there? I was talking to Jack Lang yesterday. The former culture minister who was one of the people in charge on the fronts from Mitterrand of that Louvre restoration which did have an ineffective short time. I think within five years like the proposed rebuilding of Notre dumb, and he was sort of raising the question that. Yeah. You could use new materials, even if you recreated the spa as that. We were saying it's the nineteenth century structure, you could recreate it, but it wouldn't have to necessarily be in the same materials. So I think you could have a situation where you might not have Aspira tool. You might have something else. You know? I'm quite impressed by the the people are not necessarily talking about totally copying. What was that the main pieces that were lost were? Actually wouldn't beams that they call the forest up in the roof, the huge number of very large oak beams that we used to hold up this leadin roof, and you know, I imagine they'll be looking for some imaginative solutions to replace that. And on the politics of it. I mean, these kinds of vents can take on. I'm fortunate simple IQ import and president Macron was already trying to recover from the relation thing. Had a big speech. Shut your for the very night that as it turned out not dumb. Almost burned down. Do we get have a sense of how this is playing for the president to be hard to say but early to say, you know, he immediately sort of caught the popular mood. I mean, he had cancel counselor speech with any half an hour to go on and brew house to the speech, apparently, the speech was actually prerecorded. So he didn't make that speech. It didn't make those announcements any very much focused on the issue of no predom-, and how to save it. And so on which I'm sure at the time was absolutely the right thing to do both from personal point of view, ethical bundle view from a political point of view. And I think everyone. Appreciated that the questions, you know, how long that will lost. And as I said already a day or so later couple of days later, we've got people sort of wanting to move on and get onto day-to-day politics, and attacking the rich and attacking the government and so on. So I think the moment the effect is pretty much neutral for Matt grant, you know, he did what any president would. I think have done which is to not continue with his normal business politics for a short time. He's getting to resume that probably next week. And you know, that's what people would want him to do. But I I think they would have been surprised if he had done anything else. The one thing where the government and micro might benefit is that this might not be the moment for the Asia. No, all the sort of Cassar the records who appear with them on these much is to lay waste to central Paris, which they threatened to do this coming Saturday. And this might be considered. You know, I think by the people who Paris as a particularly provocative and unpleasant thing to do when the symbol of French culture and religion has just been laid waste by fire. And then let's send by thinking about that. I mean victims said that Notre Dame was possibly the most visited tourist site in the world. I suddenly think Paris is said to be the most visited city in the world. I mean, I guess Paris's a number of symbols the Eiffel tower and so on, but this for it share ancient nece must be almost unique nurses in French. But in European culture, I think so because there isn't an equivalent over here in London, for instance. Because here we have the split between some Paul's and Westminster and Canterbury cathedrals world as the kind of the head of the church the mothership. So it embodies all of these things. So there's a sense that this building is France, we have nothing really to compare that to there's no building of similar significance. Maybe the pulse of Westminster that you mentioned. And then there's the residual kind of animosity towards politicians that goes with that. Which isn't there according to them and architecturally is it fair to say that it's unique because I guess FRANZ has these grand cathedrals as well on things of shots were ruling and so on, but I suppose it's the combination of its ancient is and it's. Centrality to Paris. I think necessarily what its position on the diversity in that site with the public square in front of it makes it it is century FRANZ. It's the place from which distances are measured. It's very consciously the heart it's going to physical and metaphysical heart of the country. So yes, absolutely. Is there?
"mitterrand" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Never heard idea. Yeah. And you know in in line with that when you cut you're you're you're gonna cut blowing the grass away from the condensing unit away from the buddy does that all blows up on the air conditioner. Yup. I would do that. Because I'd always cut down the side of the house with the mower against the house. I wanted to get a good close cut. So I'd have to edge less. You know, kind of air conditioner hits a drain line is I went by break it, of course. And then keep going on down here. But you're right. So many dirty at one of the biggest causes of energy usage of an air conditioner is the dirty outdoor unit because there's no filter on the outer inner unit has a filter that coil lasts a lot longer. But on our annual tune-ups, one of the big things, we do is we wash out this calls, and it's amazing the amount of dirt and gunk that comes out of those. Yep. You're right. I know my mind what I do is. I shut it off. Yeah. That's a great idea. That is a brilliant. My idea, but she had a lawn service. You're not home if you had a sensor that was no shut it off eight heard of a more. I like it. But don't do when you live by the airport. Hamming tried to help heard of that ever this interesting. The idea is a potential Mitterrand nursing unifed it for the noise level. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, San simple. Simple came in number five. Them does make a lot of noise. But yet with the media, you could set it as you got your neighbor oral unit. They may more noise than anybody else. So you can run in a race in there too. That makes sense it makes sense definitely different especially when the when the blower electricity people blowing the units low, right? This. Yeah. Yeah. Or blowing the United thought about? Yeah. One of the reasons why we use the train unit piece. Oh, tom. Why do you guys? Use trainer so up on train because it's got a full cabinet outside full cabinet and the louvers face the correct direction. Some people put deliver sideways on these years where they got this from but the trains go up and down. So the rain stays out more debris. Stay out more. The other thing the other cabins Tomba's the weed whacker as we see it all the time where people just whack the bottom of their units out because they buy an inexpensive unit that doesn't have a full cabinet on it. And it's a lot worse effect. The train cabinet is powder paint applied is actually thicker near the edges. Not that the other parts of thick, but the paints actually thicker near the edges these ceramic coated type screws, the screws don't rust, so it's amazing. And then the Aussies a polymer base the on these units. So there's no metal touching the ground to wear through into rust. So a lot more goes into it the meets the, but that's why you won't protect to do your system. That's what I to train system. And I I recommend the XP twenty because it's the most energy-efficient around, and if I were to pay the electric Bill every month for the next ten years the best electric like in Jordan. But there's so much. It goes into an air conditioner that people don't realize that. Yes. Just about another symbolics another symbolic says, they stylishly where did the key attorney keeping I always say the customer when you buy your conditioner furnace on was you buying a little bit piece of the company. Yeah. Because I want to be when do for the next twenty years when the retired promise you guys get tired. I'll come to your retirement party. I mean, I heard somebody whenever I a fifty five. Hello..
"mitterrand" Discussed on WGN Radio
"So saying we cancel certain people a certain kind of way we will start other people just like taking away livelihood completely. You know, he's still making money watch how they're still making money. A lot of money. So what have you experienced a Hollywood? 'cause I mean, I see your face every time. I bring it up. You're like, oh my goodness. No. Somebody said I I came. If we all just need to to start over. Title. People have done a lot of stuff. I missed the second night even though much and this is up comedians. Man. How do you navigate show business as a woman? How can you tell the difference between what someone wants to give you an opportunity generally network with you and help you out versus someone who's using as an opportunity to get right to it. They usually get right to it really worked with anybody who then let me know that they were interested or that they wanted to be something a little more. And usually people wanted to work would you do that they were going about their business. But in between people they shy people doing this. So you've gotta know who. Trying to get something out of it. This is normal for being a woman. Yeah. Normal. Yeah. That's just normal. I've never and the people I guess they've been really good like the guy who was just going to wait it out and be like buying. I'm just going to work with an and I'll see where that goes. And then maybe try some, but the most part they in the dole it, but the hard the hard part about show business, though, is then how do you turn down this person who I'm amazing? I've never had to like do stuff for you know, like I've been really been able to work off my talent. And I didn't have to do anything extra. I'm not I'm not hurting nobody show like I've been blessed enough to not have to do or even deal with because if somebody coming to Mitterrand way, I don't have to be bothered with them for whatever opportunity. They might be able to give me. I got so many other opportunities is like, I don't have to take this from you. I mean, you know. And I read you don't have to rely on and. You already built some strong relationships industry. I've been really blessed out. So I'm grateful 'cause there's a lot of. Females who who are who are in? They need those opportunities. And when I presented with them. They will you know. Deal with stuff. They don't want to deal with. So they can be on the show or just go to what do you think would need to happen? For more women to be in positions of power, though. I mean, you you have the Easter raise abor d'auvergne as you have you have some people who aren't position of power. But by and large, even as you talked about the list of people who have given you opportunities from Russell Simmons to Kevin Hart. You name it. I mean, it's all men who happen to be the gatekeepers. What would it take for that to switch a little bit? So that the power structure is so lopsided, keep working ladies. A lady right now. I mean, a lot of black girl magic on on. It's a lot of ladies don't they gotta do do, you know, you just have to keep working for what you're trying to get through. And it's happening. So I don't really see. I don't get. No worse. I just getting better. I got a topic that the ladies are man 'specially just to go to break. You're just a minute. But. I want to know, and especially you, you can empathize with this, brother. Apollo because we are too artsy hustling trying to make it happen. There's this article his has that's been going around and inspired an article about what it would take for me to be financially stable. And if he's broke whatever you call broke does that mean that a woman has to date them this article in ebony says, dear broke man, don't punish a woman for not wanting to date, you really wanted to get it didn't get on this topic. With with me, we've got to go to break. And then we got to go to news. But we're going to jump on that in a minute. It's WGN nightside..
"mitterrand" Discussed on The Persistence Factor
"So you really understand like fuss, full must power of mental main having coach. It's it's it's so important right now. Is like asking to go through life justify right now. I would prefer absolute turn the lights on, you know, nor love it. Love that. Jonathan. Now this probably many people that are going to be listened to this show and thinking, you know what I wanna follow Jonathan's laid on wanna do what he's doing and have the same success as he's having. Now, let's say this person is going through like you probably went from your first year that gone for a lot of ups and downs, gone tremendous struggles guard for a lot of adversity as low trials and tribulations NFS. She has an example maybe or maybe they're a big box gym in thinking of transition. And let's say you had two minutes, three minutes this individual that what would you say to them if they're on the verge of giving up, they're going to quit. You know, that sort of come into the episodes testee fit as old as no way. They, you know, see the road ahead that makes sense. Won't decide to them if you had two minutes with them while people are still, you know, stuck training box. Jim Mitterrand unhappy goal is to him when the own company. I would say number one issue ducks are in order, make sure you got good credit, you know. 'cause you don't wanna take out a loan sheep on and mixture. You're fully aware of the amount of things that need to go right for visit sessile. I can't sugar coat it. I can't. You know. I can't tell someone that's could be all sunshine rainbows. It's not, you know, if they're already struggling mentally working for a company that supports them gives them clients might not be the right thing for them to go and try to do on their own. Because you know, I would probably say the person who's the most successful in that environment probably more likely to succeed on their own because you know the work ethic again is extraordinarily important. So I can't lie those people by as far as the people who are outside in they're doing on their own. You know, they. Jump in, they're working towards opening a gym or they've just opened up the gym. It's not on the first few months and trying to find out how the businesses in ago patients is important because most businesses when they first begin their business models change within the first year because they realized that the business model, they have theoretically made sense. But as -application goes, it's not going to work. So that's really important to understand that you're probably going to have to change a few things and you have to analyze constantly what's working, what's not so much man to put it in two to three minutes is quite challenging. I wouldn't be able to do Justice, but you know if I could say a few things that I would really recommend some doing is making it easy for yourself. No, find a good location. Trust.
Health officials: Condoms are not meant to be reused
"Here's the story that both you and I heard early this morning on Steve Cochran show Steve Grzanich the first to. Report this I assume that Steve Bruce? Was making it up but it turns out it sounded like a. Story that like what does that Set of Atlanta health. Officials are relying is in Atlanta Georgia and the, the headquarters for Coca Cola and Walking Dead and Weather Channel Atlanta Braves stadium Health officials are reminding people that condoms, are, not reusable The centers for disease control nicely done. Wendy and prevention tweeted on its sexually. Transmitted disease site that's a, site about sexually transmitted diseases you don't get sexually transmitted but don't follow it, on Twitter because then people think you have all right good point that condoms are for single use officials say that they needed to tweet. The message because people are. Washing or re using condoms instead of. Throwing them away we live, in a very thrifty society Wendi it says on there there are. Like da, instructions, on things like, on? A frozen. Pizza it. Says cook cook this pizza right no kidding it's frozen what am. I gonna just bite into, it some serious, recycling there and this is I mean even Judy pilot the goodbye girl, will tell you because she she, loves to reuse things but even she will tell you and I've seen her, speak, at schools there for one use. In one use so but it says it on there It does I know it does and I mean we just, assume well everyone knows this don't, waste your Inc we know that it's just for one years and yet there. Are, some people who don't know that And I will list. Their names now reduced names the. Agency also says the condoms have expiration, dates yeah. Because a. Lot of my friends. In high school, learned that the, hard, way that's not. True I've had this. For five years I got to get rid, of it can another one now five years poor thing The. CDC I said Mitterrand's the, CDC breaks, down yeah It does I. Know. I know there's an expiration date and balloons to? Yes so, does vulcanized rubber mister spock's. Condom Generated by. Here's that was logical the CDC says correctly using condoms can reduce but. Not eliminate, the risk of sexually transmitted diseases. They can. Also protect. Against other diseases that may be transmitted through sex. Of. Course I'm referring to the Zico virus Were you I don't know when. To believe what it's it's it's from the CDC it's from Atlanta time. In one, time only one day that's it A. Bill, left. With condoms? Story I don't know how to take it I, said friends of mine. Didn't say me no no no just you reading this. Oh yeah Yeah well. It's important. Announcement the kids are coming. Downtown for the LaLa wanna know you can't reuse. One one and? Out and they're. Not transfer bright wanna know like Jay. Cutler all right we'll. Take a quick. Break then some news and then. Dean is at lollapalooza is he performing. We don't know we'll find out that's coming. Up, next, it's, Bill and Wendy WGN. This, afternoon Heading into a big afternoon in. Chicago a very controversial afternoon in Chicago Dr protest and we'll have live reports plus with. Europa reviews the spy who dumped me and the new Christopher Robin movie that's the White Sox and seven twenty AM and here are show live on the stream of the.
"mitterrand" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"That's the part that mitterrand so it's but the domain in the photo bucket account are now well now in government control and inoperable respectively is that correct met our understanding you know our understanding is that that part of justice compelled foot a bucket to delete those accounts and then sees that demane and are redirecting traffic i think to if i understood reading the doj announcement to shadow server though stage two stage two has a lot of the standard functionality that you would you would you would expect a any kind of backdoor you know root kit to have you can run an arbitrary command on the system you can download files upload files many stage twos have a kill command president as we discussed earlier and so does nothing there's a surprise the nice thing or the interesting thing about states to is that it has to download stage three or what what what are parts call states three was some people plug in stage to these these capabilities and very early on we understood that one of the state's three plug ins was a packet sniffer which is pretty interesting all by itself but the way the package differ was written is it only really grabbed a couple of things one at grabbed hiv basic off information so if you were to log into a website and captured the credentials and the fact where that website was and in log that so that it can be extra extracted later but wait also did was monitor specific kinds of mud bus traffic and then logged the fact that mud bus traffic existed in some.
Japan, Andrew Bowden and Middle East discussed on The Bryan Crabtree Show
"And latin america's largest economy the firm has lost thirty four billion dollars market value since the strike began last week and shortages of food and fuel have shut airports schools and businesses shares in japan display and sharp have fallen after a report saying apple once oh led screens for all its new iphone models next year south korea's electronic times sites unidentified industry officials sports report samsung display has so far been the sole supplier of lead for use in iphones the bank of england is denying a rift with the uk treasury that's after the financial times said deputy governor for financial stability john cunliffe have fallen out with the treasury over concerns it would give away regulatory control after the european union rejected the uk's original proposal how however a spokesman says there's no truth in the idea of a policy split billionaire french businessman serge dessel has died at the age of ninety three he inherited an aviation empire from his father marcel who designed planes in world war one and expanded into real estate auction houses and the media staunchly conservative does so rebuffed efforts by president mitterrand to nationalize the company in the nineteen eighties and fought off restructuring efforts by president chirac ten years later global news twenty four hours a day on air and tech talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm deborah mao this is bloomberg thank you a cost cutting economists nicknamed miss scissors is the latest to be asked to form a government in italy carlo culturally says his only aim is to pass a budget and move the country towards new elections early next year the italian economy is still growing public finances remain under control can i can absolutely assure you that a government guided by myself guarantee caution in the handling of public finances calling people richie at least populous leaders however are pushing for a vote in the summer let's get more than managing editor for international and government i in europe the middle east and africa andrew bowden andrew good to see you this morning welcome back from russia here we are elections impeachment calls protests in.
Malaysia's Najib Takes to Social Media to Defend Record
"Latin america's largest economy the firm has lost thirty four billion dollars market value since the strike began last week and shortages of food and fuel have shut airports schools and businesses the bank of england is denying a rift with the uk treasury that's after the financial times said deputy governor for financial stability john condliffe had fallen out with the treasury over concerns it would give away regulatory control after the european union rejected the uk's original proposal however a b o e spokesman says there's no truth in the idea of a policy split malaysia is scrapping the plan kuala lumpur singapore high speed rail line to help revive the country's financial health new prime minister mahathir mohamad says he's canceling the projects that was signed under the administration of his predecessor now geographic mahadzir says his decision is final and accepts that malaysia will have to pay contractual penalties for axing the deal and billionaire french businessman surged esau has died at the age of ninety three he inherited an aviation empire from his father marcel who designed planes in world war one and expanded into real estate auction houses and the media now staunchly conservative docile rebuffed efforts by president mitterrand's to nationalize.
"mitterrand" Discussed on WLOB
"Between iran and israel between jerusalem mitterrand how's that yes thank you to the caller i met tel aviv it didn't feel right when i said taran but i just sort of moved on from it i meant telaviv anyhow three thousand year old capital of israel there has never been a palestinian state there is no history for that despite all these maps that have been created by all of our friends on the other side who some reason fell in love with yasser arafat and his boys yasser arafat a man who never slept in the same bed two nights in a row because he was such a bad guy he had to be on the move at all time so nobody could track him down anyhow so i'm thrilled that the president's done this i'm thrilled for israel as you know i'm a great supporter of israel you know you gotta do is we ought to check in with our friend sasha kaplan we check in with her because she is known on the internet is captain israel who is sasha kaplan she's been in studio like bunch of times she's she's do you actually liked her you told her you thought she was courageous in her words did you did wow well we it's okay because we've had thirteen thousand guests here did you know that by the way that many thirteen thousand guests here it's extraordinary it's absolutely crazy and we're thankful to all of them for showing up but thirteen thousand guests so it's you know but anyhow we should call her we should call her wake her up duty caller and say hey look we want you to be on this morning and share your thoughts because she's incredible and she's a warrior for israel let me tell you and but she's a bright young woman and.
"mitterrand" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"It was i mean also kennedy when he starts saying he'd been ein berliner in embarrassing himself but i think my favorite in terms of sort of what is meant to be a gift and that's rejected is when margaret thatcher goes off with two hundred over three of the french revolution to see francois mitterrand with a mutual with the first addition of a tale of two cities as her gift which in which the revolutionaries were all kind of bloodthirsty cruel knows the individuals and somebody clearly just hadn't read the book or all we're delivering a very subtle message deliberate you see every what about what about that famous occasion when leading mir putin brought he's great dog to meeting with angela merkel it was killing also faux pas it was deliberately dumb to try and scare because he knew she was scared of dogs but the i mentioned boris johnson what about that extraordinary occasion last year when he went to me on to burma went to a buddhist shrine and there was heard to be quoting the road to mandalay but the great god booed riches a mud statutes and the british ambassador had to say rather loudly appropriate no he's what i think he can have his own whole book book of them can only he kind of gets away with it but there's something about the shoe incident which i don't think it should be forgiven it looks like something from the very tory bush tv show but rather entertaining come dine with me it looks like a serving suggestion from that but that was the netanyahu's us and that brings us to the end of the show enjoy the deco and quentin pills thank you so much joining us on midori house today's show was produced by marcus hippie is research by phenomenal costa pacheco and also by amber roberts an suv manager was david stevens there's more music next than nineteen hundred hours it's monocle on design with josh and we'll have more on the day's main stories on the data which is at twenty two hundred hours london time midori houses back at the same time.
"mitterrand" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Students there's bumper in our school every so often nobody at that schools ever been shot or killed on promise us at least uh and uh it seems to me that we should be guarding our kids became way that we got our banks all of this stuff assume should get wide agreement across the spectrum because it's relatively uncontroversial that we should be protecting our schools uh in a better way but the left doesn't want to discuss any of those things which demonstrates that there really is an agenda here at the agenda has a lot less to do with descending schools in defending kid and it has to do with the generalized guncontrol push that the left likes to engage it and more importantly the the moral push that you are a bad human being if you disagree with that because again this is what the the the obama administration in the early years sixty votes in the senate they had the house and they did nothing on gun control nothing because they knew the american people didn't want it and then as soon as the republicans took back the house suddenly turned into well let's talk about gun control every single day and why republicans are obstructionist which says to me that this is a lot more about politics than it is about protection is it about me is their motivation to essentially get their base fired up and get into your coming up to an election they went all this new money coming in and they don't necessarily want this problem solved because if it solved then they don't have the argument any more to take to their base yeah i think there's definitely secret that i'm not gonna say that their motives are awful they don't care about kids any alone and thank you that it was bad but i but i will say that they are that in the same way that the left did not resolve the illegal immigration issue and they had the power to do so because a day valuable local tool for them i think big don't actually wanted you gun control stuff because if they do number one it's not gonna stop initiative that's just not going to not a single element proposed just going to mitterrand's or stop mastered into other than total gun confiscation which they proclaimed they don't want uh and so they rather ginned up the base for for.
"mitterrand" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"He had been say a french politician do you think able to the cat as true and actually when we talked about it the westralian generally stunned not just don't do this by nature it does remind your franz of that idea that only after mitterrand died did you find out about the string of mistresses and the children all over the place it just was not something that was discuss and when it did come out frost us gave a greek gutted struggle said yes well neil that's men what you do a life went on now finding the the the kim young on lookalike whose showed up at the winter olympics another australian howard exnhl strain living hong kong who help us look a bit flight kim jongun and with a certain amount of capital clipping of the hair and the dawning of the correct to tire looks required a convincing lookalike made his way into the film trying olympics quantitive wanted me to be bought a ticket walked up to the north korean cheerleaders and dressed as kim's alone did little dawn's in front of them it must have been a wonderful moment to behold particularly uh what king the reaction of the cheerleaders hook of course we can lead to confuse some tried very hard pretend that nothing is going on others actually loft until he started dance a which point three north korean heavies virtually jumped on him dragged him away kicking him which is poor little unfair and he was detained for his own safety said the south korean police because they explained to him certain concerted elements were concerned about his attire for his own safety as he was in the press is being given a kicking by north korean every i think those implication yes but a wonderful moment a he has not broken any laws has no suggestion have been arrested i wonder whether he'll be back along with his friend who does donald trump.
"mitterrand" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Uh it just you just get used to it yeah expand upon that what advice would you give an entrepreneur who is in one of those places of scaling very fearful and maybe wanting to give out because of the huge highs and then lows others uh to stood another quote that uh there is a great book about nike uh that was worth reading and uh and in the quote they talk about uh the uh the scared never started on the weekend of up along the way and that just leaves us and and that was a that's something that sort resonated with me because i realize that you know getting through all of these items what happens is the reason a lot of companies don't succeed as people people give up and it's not because it's easy and like you fight all the way and then at some point something forces you to give up or you might just quit on your own but it is uh you know the honest truth is and i think entrepreneurs we are trained to tell people it is great tell me what a typical week looks like new how many hours a working are you working weekends uh how many hours in my working i think an entrepreneur is just kind of always always on there's i this is my not my first rhody i've been around um and wave realizes that you know part of part of working is making sure that i prepared for work so i'm a little the different than other entrepreneurs in that way which is i am always working uh if you will always thinking about work um but i also trying to be very present with the folks at him with of the time so there could be my team on one i'm with them and i'm not on email um and it could be with friends and i try to really be with them and be present with them but we're going to take a quick break but we come back we're going to talk about building here pence nafta we are the biggest entrepreneur platform hamad planning mitterrand's time and winter will sure as a medal athletes she's.
"mitterrand" Discussed on WCHS
"Mitterrand hicks back out there again at been hicks returns a quarterback he'll have what back it is commod freeman three receivers right what are the left hand side first out of 10 looking right expires at out caught by quin acquittal ticket across a 20yard line mac delighted scrimmage you'll get and adam spout way yeah try to get out there and quickly who is santa checked whose closing it him the ball be careful with that throw there sucking down had died clock rods he did not get out of hand to receivers to the left or the right side cuevas wide right what back yet it is free bring a man of both should across the formation handed offering roenick to his right across the twenty five thirty and up to the thirty one yard long that's a pickup of eight on the second down kerry or nice run it right there little counter order nice job decker with an ice block whiteside third held out third at war machines abhu faces offensively now for esab you what back break west stands behind the quarterback direct snap to him at west is gonna get close to the first down marker in a penalty barker comes in as well as the quarterback bid hicks johny i think this is going to be the call i think he slammed his hands for the ball to be snap that he walked away had turned to his left there is no valve why are we seeking that he might a step forward they were going to call of it both in motion but he gets the first them all the direct snap tight a break west ticket to the thirty two guard line i'll tell you what would what brayton west shown us attempts and i am savior gels i'm not sure i wouldn't go to that formation a lot more callous johnson is a at a running back right now tied at to the right here for hicks snap back to it they'll give to jobs and ruddock to his right they'll get it across thirty five thirty secure life colic scott while the tax law to the.
"mitterrand" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Was all very impressed with olefin it just very entertaining was very entertainer that's went on what what will get into a little bit more like um i'm being some publicity will show every single morning now uh but i'm also exposed would i'm here watching it if you never hear that would be very very entertaining yet who was entertain for me and i've i'm around it all the time i walked in there i again and there were asked anybody with about had no idea what was going to that's the best way 'cause you're you have no expectation yet but i was just i was throwing press it was just it was well done and probably the person that the that needs to get more credit than they do is is joseph pat pat oh yeah a lot of that is hidden eyes a play all that stuff together yes a lot of that is him um you know i am mike smart enough to have pap out there to make him look good mitterrand's himself with the best people's smart it's a smart features door and but i won hustle and bustle myself and i'm trying to get something done yes i mean every nobody here one be involved with it yolk o'cuiv tom trying to get a music festival ongoing yes already have a location at show ball at the a driving rain which wouldn't think but year or two drinks with perfect massive amounts massive in is not an unfair we could park on the driving rain gm had the okay yep so nobody has to walk far note we have all that room so now it's about putting all our at he's this together i sat down yesterday with my boyd bk member bk yes the saxophonist a came gin noble crossed out of opium three that's talent load okay towns i i'm the where he's beyond owing insane okay okay dow certain things you could say to yourself various her like a suddenly says the work of football player almost like i don't know but i blockage white cut a it accounted jeffey the nfl that fellow legal thank you justifies he played with prince yup up the sinister duck of sector nice job done on moving a.
"mitterrand" Discussed on WJR 760
"Friend thanks for your call let's continue mark try cities washington the great k f l d go mark levin great to talk with you thank you hey i might your perked up when you were talking about arlen specter and pat terming i remember those days well and mitterrand mcconnell and their republican guard i mean they would not renew senator specter when you were like voting barely what fifty point five percent with the republican forty nine point five percent with the democrat record calling to himself a republican and you're you had terming corriere early conservative republican all the way and make your curtain come over and then in the spectre ended up keynesian pardon neither democrat that's right i like guard and and who they blame i went back and read it the same republicans who attacked conservatives today they blamed the club for growth uh eight blamed they blame to me yeah i poor my hair out weaker factor i mean you can't let clim let me do it this way i want encourage everyone in the audience to google mitch mcconnell and arlen specter and pat toomey mitch mcconnell charlie chryst and marco rubio the truth is the truth all right my brother thank you for your call all right we talking about the fact that mcconnell one on his show sunday in light through his teeth about who he supported in those uh republican primaries just light through his teeth jim oh claire wisconsin sirius satellite go hey i i i gotta disagree arena i'm getting frustrated that everything that shot down we learned nothing from the progressives um nothing's ever good enough for the conservative here it makes some progress creek any progress yeah yeah that's the conservative you sound like mcconnell you know it's the it's the conservatives guys who are screwing up every make some progress any progress while adding additional tax rate or is that republicans wanted to do and i guess you supported killing basically the 401 k system yet doing all these thing anything tests do anything to see the difference between you and me jim is this to me is in the.
"mitterrand" Discussed on WDRC
"Bless hey matt thanks for your call i got scott hang in on the line matt as always thanks for the call dopey estranged you would you please call in milan appreciated scott welcome to the jamaa he's been entry show good afternoon our mitterrand rowan oreo off on a healthier hair could have could be corrected on a happy old i'm pretty happy they are not a court what happen to walk rages on a happy you know stopped patriots walk padilla lots of the apparent perk randolph cook all they lost of the campus the yacht shoot hopefully i'll be on a losing streak i tell you that you do not like to patriots scott i ate them and i'll tell you why there are running out without the quantity you are a funny guy scott so you don't leg day kids did we lose them cam rash sky you welcome the back if you want to try to lead eight seven one seven thousand sorry about that scott we apologise pupil callback met uh came up with it right through five the seven one seven thousand gary column people down by homes because of the mortgage deduction i would do they y'all i saw gary cohn whose trump's uh on trump's obviously his leading guy it's said trump's chief economist advise at scott logan back i had the sky you got the mic i had scott you there or guys came can you get the rebound added if you could i appreciate it within his sorry about that scott you welcome the call back i don't know why we have a difficulty sowa call us back bible each have one seven thousand so it said trump chief again executive excuse me economic adviser has initiated a debate about the economic a fact of the mortgage interest deduction on hold and vying this two deductions you're allowed to have in reason called opportunity monday is because in the last week i've seen more opportunities out there and there's a couple of things i wanted to mention in the recently called opportunity monday because it's an opportunity for you in the next two years will try he's on this fall a scott one which i am which i go ahead guys got still don't have him i skied well really sorry about that something must be wrong with the phones but give us a call college fiber lead eight seven one seven thousand hopefully it won't happen.
"mitterrand" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Guy like when the mitterrand this station and ernie or any produce we call up jay horowitz and ask for a met alex coral not jays go right after j got on laughing right given us thirty seven read y you could have anybody on okay then we get outs alex core values more alex who's literally ran amok at all we get it bought sold interview so i like it i think that's the way to get the truth is when it comes to the manager with a silly manager whatever manager give me the place we're not going to be able to evaluate any of these managers but so we start rip it all know that pitching they made in the middle of may no we're not but again but let's let's now busan what they're gonna be this it's more important now the pitch jg makes how does he relate to the teat the v have you have the lack of the respect of that lock ruled to be that's the biggest what are you talking about a man you're you're right and we have no idea of how to measure that we know so but you're right at the end of the day you need that you do we'll see where they go though but certainly deserves another opportunity he wants to be certainly on ice curley coach so he used the wants device block ernie patch on already faye ira don't wait overnight i'll go back and will not sorry in other cadre with your new york giant for the following reasons one let's go to pigs lee who bore you get the office of why we're should be a by dad calling you live batting don added we started with a rookie quarterback at a vote wants to win a championship uh in the nfl doc it'd be wicked guards widows read admiral yang tell doesn't want to sign the extension not that the giants correct the got to walk too much fun luanda linked sign up now john mair will never pay that kind of money grow dealt back yulia a budget all right lasting witness winning you've been out would book wargames especially i if he wants to hear trip super bowl trophy it could we would another it's not going to happen with.
"mitterrand" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Tent when she heard the shots thousands of people came running through the first of our bar and immediately they were still were screaming and shouting shooter shooter guidon guy and what does it look like in the town it looks like a war zone she helps 23yearold canadian jordan you'll do who was shot in the stomach and his fingers were kind of raps on my and his hand like kind of squeezed a little bit and then just like wet loose miguel do and had been at the concert with his girlfriend amber goose spoke to her by phone she said as he okay and i said now and she said to be honest with me like what's going on you know he didn't make it she stayed with his body for more than four hours but says she's not a hero the here to me you're the what they were running it to go get the people out i did what i would hope that anybody would have done for me that they would inmates lorde in a statement make held his parents said their only son loved mountainbiking country music and was rarely seen without as kabwe booze he would have turned 24 this friday anthony mitterrand ideas thank you address by one estimate paddock fired off as many as 9 rounds per second carter evans looks at how we might have turned.
"mitterrand" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The excess daybreak every morning a 530 london time you do so by typing d a weibring on the bloomberg yes indeed aides say lots of breaking news alerts also get the latest in global news headlines his south to kill half the money could morning caroline at least one hundred people have died in unrest in venezuela amid growing violence between government supporters and the opposition this as president mitterrand looks to rewrite the constitution and sundays controversial vote cipriani is an opposition lawmaker the government has not withdrawn the national constituent assembly by tomorrow morning at six a m then we move forward with the taking of caracas to create more pressure for the withdrawal of the national constituent assembly and we are not going to allow nicholas would narrow to institutionalise of dictatorship in venezuela russia has had a swift response to new us sanctions saying retaliation will happen in bags anthony health and reports president vladimir putin warned that russia will retaliate against us sanctions saying it's impossible to tolerate or toward our concrete forever putin goal sanctions illegal under international law and so it was very regrettable that usrussia relations will be used to solve what he said were domestic political struggles in wash hinson tony helping bloomberg daybreak europe must be meanwhile tune you studies have added to concerns about the impact of breaks it on the british economy came dikes alex marlies has more these fiscal studies wound the uk firmly struggling with stuck in wage growth mesa further is food price inflation kicks in a separate state yvonne academics at the london school of economics found the every close to the country will suffer to economic output because of increased trade self the brexit the scottish use it was the worst hit with london placing seventh at sixty two in the event of a hard brexit alex moralist daybreak london and japan's defense ministers has quit following a string of gaffes and scandals i mean a had little expansive security issues when she was appointed last year but prime minister ave has stuck by her despite polls suggesting she hut his approval ratings in recent months and felt that the question on my responsibility as defense minister over the scandal is unavoidable the prime minister has been aware of my feelings on on the matter any he has now accepted my resignation global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm time to.
"mitterrand" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Then probably there's nothing in this emails which will cause you to change your mind about him you hate hillary clinton as much as he does you regard her still hate don't you still hate the the the russian threat is national a legacy of downright highs yalta languague what you say to yourself is what if the russians had come to me and said i got some doubt on hillary clinton sure i'd want to know what they got because we didn't want her to be elected so i think they would put themselves into the trump people shoes and say yeah ecorse they went along to a meeting to see what they had that's what politicians do that's what any candy business person would do see what is available on your rivals and if necessary uh you you make use of it to me the interesting thing we'll be at what point if foot tall republicans in congress decide that they can no longer afford to be associated with the trump team so far the answer is relatively few as the mid terms begin to approach that may or may not change changing of course each congress man and woman will be looking very closely at his own constituency and trying to gauge what the views of those otosan meanwhile mitterrand's though quite away a waste also there's a lot of scope for for tales that i i mean i think people will but i think rubbings right and i think people will also judge him as a family man and mean his core supporters they'll say well you know you you saw how he is he you know when ivanka uh took meeting from g twenty.