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Hong Kong Teachers Union Decides to Shut Down

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Hong Kong Teachers Union Decides to Shut Down

"The security law imposed in hong kong last summer has been the force behind change. After troubling change in the city in nebulous turns. The law says police can arrest people for any conduct. That seriously endangers national security i. They came for the protesters and activists who ground hong kong to a halt in two thousand nineteen. Then they came for the media outlets such as the pro-democracy newspaper apple daily and its outspoken owner. Jimmy lai now. It seems the authorities have their sights set on the city's storied organized labor outfits a few weeks ago chinese state media called the city's largest teacher's union a poisonous huma that had to be eliminated and hours later. We sold the hong kong education bureau. Say it would no longer recognize the union of around one hundred thousand members or about eighty percent of the city's teaches swollen wong as a china correspondent for the economist. So then the union tried to mollify the government it cut ties with several pro democracy organizations in hong kong as well as education international which is a global group of teachers unions it also announced it would form and you working group to try to promote chinese history and culture among teachers and students but despite these compromises the union still declared it was disbanding on august tenth and it sounds as if that's not the only union that's been targeted no in july we saw five liters of speech therapists union also arrested so they had published three allegorical picture books for children about sheep protecting the village from wolves and the police accused them of writing stories that incited hatred of the government on top of this over the past euro. So we've seen three of the city's top trade union leaders arrested and that really has been deeply chilling to the labor movement. More broadly this is all part of a broader crushing of civil society in hong kong.

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"mollified" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

02:27 min | 5 months ago

"mollified" Discussed on The Nocturnists

"It again. Cappuccino bridget and patty any gonna this little light of mine. I enjoyed the show this little. Why don't they said a shot. That's our show. The nocturnes is produced by director of story development adelaide proposal. Oh associate producers. Molly rose williams and isabel ostra and me or student production assistants or heading emini ricky pies and see song. Original theme was composed by yosef monroe or audio engineer. Is john oliver north illustrations by zeal. Mollified thank you to pediatric hospitalised bridget. Wild and her son theodore cornfeld for the performance of this little light of mine. Thanks also to alexander puzzle and david apple for their original music. Heard in this episode or executive producer is allie block or chief operating officers. Rebecca groves are administ- in his departure. Soja and our social media entered is yuki schwab. An artist is made possible by the california medical association of physician led organization that works tirelessly to make sure that the doctor patient relationship remains at the center of medicine to learn more about the visit. Cma docs dot org support for the nocturne is also comes from the patrick j mcgovern foundation. The california healthcare foundation and people like you who have contributed through our website and patriot page. Thank you for supporting our work. In storytelling join us next week as we take a deep dive into healthcare workers. Pandemic dreams and nightmares. I'm your host. Emily silverman see you then fine show..

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"mollified" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"mollified" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Think he drives to work and everything so He knows a lot about it, but I got I gotta take it before I get t that, however. I just want to get out of this. You know, the Nobel Prize goes to Barack Obama for nothing and doesn't go to President Trump nominated four times for peace deals on duh mollifying the Korean Peninsula. And taking on the Communist Chinese and the Nobel Prize Committee is a joke. It's a joke, All right, and I grew up thinking of the Nobel Prize, the Nobel Peace Prize in particular, while well The Nobel Prize for economics they gave to Paul Krugman at The New York Times for writing anti Bush articles. They pretended it was for some economic thing he had written many, many years earlier, which was a fig leaf, but it was really about heating President George W. Bush. And so the Nobel Prize for Economics became a joke. At that point, they should ask for it back. The Nobel Peace Prize is a complete joke. And honestly, the Pulitzer Prize between Walter Durante in the Washington Post, getting two of them for reporting on the fake story of Russian collusion. The Pulitzer Prize is a joke the Peabody given to The New York Times for their story about the fake terrorist Who didn't do any of the things that, he said for their podcast. You're a newspaper doing podcast with a couple of fake reporters, and they admit that they fell in love with the story like they fell in love with the Russian collusion story. So they put it out there all over the place, and they won awards for it because the people that give a words are generally former journalist, so they're all fellow travelers, and it's a centipede, and they're all they all think exactly The same thing about every subject. There is no deviation there like space aliens that come here and you know you scratch the surface and see that they're liberals underneath. It's insane, but the reality is, um You know, the Pulitzer Prize is is a joke. And if I see somebody with a Pulitzer Prize on their shelf because the Pulitzer Prize doesn't the committee doesn't ask for the Walter Durante Prize back won't ask for The Washington Post Post prizes back about the fake story of Russian collusion. The Peabody People won't ask for their Peabody back from The New York Times for their fake story, and the Nobel Committee won't take back Barack Obama's and Paul Krugman's prizes and give the peace prize to Donald Trump with all the peace deals. Um, And that means honestly, that you know, boys aren't girls and girls aren't boys And words don't mean what words mean and and the Nobel Prize. It doesn't mean anything. And the Peabody doesn't mean anything. And the Pulitzer doesn't mean anything. They're a disgrace there a joke. They've They've taken away their own credibility. And if I see somebody with a Peabody or Ah, Pulitzer, I mean, is he well, load? Really? That's so congratulations. You know what your reported. Was it true? Because that doesn't matter. That's what we know about the Peabody and that's what we know about the Pulitzer and unless the Pulitzer Committee and the Peabody Peabody Committee get into the practice of asking for their prizes back. If later the journalists have proved to be frauds, fakes, then the prizes are a joke. They don't mean anything at all. So take your Peabody and your Pulitzer and your everything else, but it's the committees that have destroyed any value in the prizes. And it's really an embarrassment. But these people are unembarrassed herbal. UN embarrass a bowl. Yes, they are. But I started on that Pete Boot at Judge the Peat Buddha. Just because I was talking about Pete Boot edge edge yesterday and the National Panhandler Radio story I was reading from suckling on the taxpayer Teach To lie to Americans and told the Democrat Party line all day every day on hundreds of stations across the country being funded by the middle class by American middle class. So that Judy Driftwood can buy another beach house and another golden Mercedes station wagon. That's what she is to drive around the neighborhood. You know Judy Driftwood? Um and they're all these and they just they don't care what the truth is. They're not truth people. They have contempt for the truth. But the NPR National panhandler radio story. Explained why Pete boot edge edge will make an excellent secretary of the Department of Transportation, having been the mayor of the fourth largest city in Indiana, with a population smaller than that of the villages retirement community in Florida. He's going to take over If Joe Biden has his way, the Department of Transportation and NPR explained that he used in this. I'm not making this up that he used to ride the train in college. And that is transportation and that he proposed to his then boyfriend, now husband at Chicago's O'Hare Airport, and he said, um, you know, never underestimate or never tell me that O'Hare Airport isn't romantic O'Hare Airport O'Hare Airport is not romantic. I'm here to tell you that O'Hare Airport is not romantic, having grown up in Chicago, although it is named O'Hare. Most people in Chicago don't even know this for a Navy fighter pilot in World War two Medal of honor recipient in the Pacific. But never mind that. Let's get back to Pete Boot at Judge because he's the hero of the Revolution. And, um, Here's the Here's The Washington Post because it's Ma Kable, remarkable that his qualifications for being secretary of transportation are that he took the train in college. And that he proposed who is now husband at Chicago's O'Hare Airport. And that's what NPR actually had theirs and they're no other qualifications. None. None. All right, So the Washington Post, not a newspaper. Jumped in, and they got a woman there named Lisa Bono's B O. N. O s Uh huh. Lisa Bono's Typed up the story on behalf of the Biden campaign and the Democratic Party, and the headline is Heat boot edge edge is right Airports are.

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"mollified" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"mollified" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hi, everybody. You're listening to the Dennis Prager show. So that you see the video of pulling out ballots at a Georgia polling station. So we weigh now. I think they've identified the individual. Let's ask what was What suitcases? Yeah. So what? What could the innocents exploit? You have to you know a person is innocents old till found guilty. Were they pulling out? Thanksgiving day cards. Ha! You didn't think of that, did you? You know, having a man on the street with you. Is incredibly helpful because I feel he, you know, In all seriousness, you represent half the country. Right. It's I have half the country in my studio. It's a zoo. Welcome. Welcome thing. Look at that beautiful reflection. You guys got to really appreciate the aesthetics of this moronic shield in front of me. Moronic is actually understating the case. Does the, uh I have seen more panic and more idiocy. In the last eight months in the United States. Then I have in all of my lifetime. Anyway. Why don't one of thing going toe? What is it? Innocents? Explanation for what happened? Look. If If you deny that there was there was cheating. Then you will have no interest in truth. That doesn't mean that the election was determined by cheating. That one could be agnostic on but you cannot deny widespread cheating. Right. That's the most honest way of looking at this. You. Hewitt, who was about as a civil and UN bomb, throwing a conservative as anyone. That's why you know, they actually have had a mall Was MSNBC at a mom, right? And the man is mollified Conservatives one of the few times that the left has a bona fide conservative on On. He wrote the book, he wrote a book. If it isn't close, they can't cheat, and he wasn't talking about Republicans he was talking about Democrats..

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"mollified" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"mollified" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Have found mollifying Sacramento's number one for breaking news. Local news, traffic and weather News 93.1 from ABC News. I'm Daria holding her. Joe Biden's been given the go ahead to officially begin his transition. The president elect got the letter he'd been waiting for from general Services Administrator. Emily Murphy, ABC. Sandy Fielden Washington Unusual letter and it never says the government has ascertained. Joe Biden won the election instead. Yes. The administrator, Emily Murphy, wrote that the transition act gives her the power to make certain post election resource is and services available, and because of recent legal and certification developments. She's doing that for President Elect Biden. She also writes that she was never pressured by any Trump administration official to do that, administrator Murphy, saying she has always strived to do what's right. Maybe she's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl says the letter was delivered as President. Trump's legal challenge has been don't more setbacks. Michigan made it official. Certifying Joe Biden is the state's winner, slamming the door shut on President Trump's frantic efforts, including summoning Republican state legislatures to the White House on Friday to reverse an election in a state that Biden won by over 150,000 votes Georgia had already certified Biden is the winner. And Pennsylvania today moved closer to doing the same recount in Georgia. The Trump campaign requested will begin tomorrow morning. HHS Secretary Alex A czar says there will be no changes to the Trump administration's covert vaccine.

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"mollified" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"mollified" Discussed on KGO 810

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"mollified" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"mollified" Discussed on KGO 810

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"mollified" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"mollified" Discussed on KGO 810

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"mollified" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"mollified" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"So the story is that Oracle edged out Microsoft in negotiating for the US operations of China owned tiktok, , which is the subsidiary of fight dance. . But professor you explain to us exactly what kind of a quote unquote deal this is. . remained slightly unclear how Nicole partnership is GONNA be with all recording Tiktok what has been clear right now is <hes> Microsoft historically all over the past few days when thinking about acquiring talk and make say for us user and possibly they need to open the Al Gore Software Code and make it much more transparent going forward and in the end is dance to own of Tiktok say no to Microsoft and you know way that the panicle partnerships probably. . Keep, , paying what alcohol? ? I'll go behind stay intact and trying to appease to government at the same time. . So, , professor what was the political? ? Overhang of this deal or the political influence of this deal from your perspective. . I mean, , this is a big major development in the sense that for the first time Guffman are really adding on acting on an ad hoc basis. . So starting from the trump administration, , all of these executive orders, , there was no industry consultation. . There is no independent inquiry, , per se and then after all the Chinese. . Guffman, , at the same time, , we're basically saying you know by dance, , you cannot export any software code in the name off you know national security I'm the ramifications, the , following that businesses find it really really difficult going forward to plan ahead WHAT IS LONGTIME R&D or product sales and marketing given all of these becomes much more of an ad hoc basis. . In, , your estimation is oracle the right kind of company to be doing this. . In, , the world is kind of strange because if you think of all records historically really be to become Canadian sales database services, , it doesn't really have a large B. Two C. market as a result of know how they have would be audibly much less than Microsoft ways running xboxes or these game, , and of course, , the to see market is huge and sort. . Of the technical ability around is also amazing to however have you thinking about Tiktok probably one of the biggest worry is one's a gone through. . You potentially go through with they completely lose their independence from that angle and Oracle potentially becomes much more attractive than smaller than know how round to market is much less and quite frankly they are not very strong imbuing. . So from that angle, , it's not surprising that tiktok would actually prefer a week up partner in this case Oracle. .

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Is history at a turning point? How can we meet the moment?

The Big Story

07:44 min | 1 year ago

Is history at a turning point? How can we meet the moment?

"Now is the covid nineteen pandemic continues to grow, so are the parallels being drawn between it and another deadly virus that struck the globe more than a century ago, talking about the Spanish flu. Guys. We've been taking a look at some of the video from nineteen sixty eight. There's a lot of pieces of video that look very similar to what we're seeing today. Implementing the images and emotions coming out of Minneapolis too familiar to what happened right here in Ferguson Missouri in two thousand fourteen George Floyd arrest on a Minneapolis street corner, and his frantic pleas for help have given rise to one of the most turbulent periods in recent American history. The question that I can't stop asking myself. How does this all and You may have heard. At various points this year that we are living history right now. The truth is we're always living history. It's just that some of us can afford to ignore it until it boils over. But when racism and police brutality, and the rage that comes in response to that are laid bare for the world to see. In the middle of a pandemic and martial law is threatened. And nobody gets to look away. Everyone wants to know what happens next. Do, we even have a historical precedent for what's happening in America and around the world right now. What is the larger context of how we arrived at this moment? What are we missing when we watch people discuss it on. Cable News. And what needs to happen now? But does each of US need to do? For this to be a moment that changes the world for the better. That's still possible. I'm Jordan Rawlings, and this is the big story. Andre Demise is a writer and journalist, a contributing editor at Maclean's and a Nathanson fellow in history at York University. He is one of the smartest guests. We ever have on this podcast hi Andre. How's it going toward? It's going about as well as it can more importantly, how are you? doing my best I'm trying to reduce stress as much as I can by hanging out with my children and you know. Occasionally occasionally seeing partner but we're both in school. We've both got tons of homework were both busy plus jobs and everything else so yeah, we're even busier than before. The whole lockdown happened. Figure that and now you're spending this week with white people like me, asking you to please explain the historical context of this well I mean yeah, yeah, I am spending a lot of time explaining shift away, people. I mean I all. I can say I sincerely. Thank you for it. you know I? Just I find you incredibly smart and able to help me. learn some stuff from this. Thanks for taking the time Oh. Stop stuttered. Stop your flattery. I'm about to Leeann as I can plan. Why don't you just start by telling me while you watch everything? That's been happening this past week. What's going through your head? People say things like we've been through worse or we've been here before, and I have to ask the question. When when when of we've been here before we've been here before. Quote Unquote in nine eighteen during the Spanish flu pandemic. We've been here. Nine, hundred nineteen during the May Day riots and during red summer. We've been here before in nineteen sixty eight. But. My question is when when is all this happened at the same time? This is not this is unprecedented. My. Question is what is supposed to look like when when it's all over when the dust settles. Because at some point, there's going to be a change of some kind. Throughout history what happens in the course of a popular uprising that moves to straight up volt. The two methods that the ruling class can use. To try and tamp it down. One is use of force. This is where the Jimmy breaks down. This is where the state has to reveal as violence. And come out against the people with arms, or can try placating the people you can try it for example, the Civil Rights Act. It can try the declaration of the rights. It can try any number of mechanisms. To make that, the populace still has some faith in the state, but what? This looks like I don't know that there's anything to placate like there's I. Don't know that there's any mechanism. The state can try to convince people that social contract is worth upholding. That's the thing that keeps going through my head. Is You know what kind of concession can be made universally across? You know the entire United States that would actually mollify the anger I do know some of the answers to those questions I do know. That and this is something that I've been talking about over the last few years. That capitalism depends on racism to be able to reproduce and propagate itself. It's just plain fact If you beat Donald Harassed, who is a former economist Stanford also happens to be the father of Kamla Harris the former presidential candidate. But apparently they didn't. They didn't really have much of a relationship, but throughout American history. The the use of Racist promises the promising of white rages. what's been described as racial republicanism by scholars like David. What that does is incentivize the white working class against their black peers. It has the white working class essentially the. Generates like we are the only people that deserve to have. Rights. Everybody else is a on a cast below us. And until that cycle is abolished until we move away from a system of capital that accumulates the value of people's Labor and the crews it to a few select people. And then spreads out the rewards among certain other people, and then makes promises to certain people. Until that cycle is broken. I'm afraid we're going to be seeing this for the rest of our lives. I mean you're a fellow in history what? have. We seen that even close to like this in the past that ended with concessions. You have to go back very far. I mean you can. You can look at for example I mean not. Bolivia has been taken over in ashes coup. But if you look at Bolivia for example, the the presidency of evil, Morales and the Movement for socialism in Bolivia, lifted thousands upon thousands upon thousands of people out of out of poverty. It increased literacy rates incorporated indigenous eighty into the broader society. You had the the coca farmers. The the coca does I their their practices and their agricultural methods were incorporated into the broader nation. So that you didn't have eight of. The United States rating forms and burning crops. You headed that this is this is a a plants, but this is also a way of life that is valid, and the fact that it's been twisted into a normal trade has nothing to do with the people that originated the practice, so look at Bolivia for example like that. That was up until very recently and experiments in creating a broader. Social Democracy that was more inclusive and helped marginalized people, so

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"mollified" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"mollified" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This past Sunday after we spoke the federal reserve cut its rates to nearly zero it also announced it would buy at least seven hundred billion dollars in government bonds move known as quantitative easing to try to keep markets from locking up the stock markets were not mollified they fell another twelve percent on Monday let's face it if we're not transacting with each other for some long period of time that will take a toll on me think about the airlines if the airlines aren't making any money for a while and can't run their routes that's gonna affect lots of businesses and all of that's going to go down for a while now the thought is of course that assumes everything jumps back up the airlines can kick start and start flying again if that takes some time it may take a little bit longer to recover but I'm hopeful that won't be the case the last time we saw the stock market meltdown like this was after the the financial crisis began to really gather steam and what we saw was a lot of investors institutional but a lot of individual investors really panicked when the markets ended up falling and many people sold low and then as the recovery started they ended up buying high I think we all understand the emotional component of that especially for people who were little bit older and they just want to preserve the capital as a finance person who's seen a few of these rises and falls now over the past few decades do you have any general advice for people yes a very specific advice don't touch it one of the basic findings from economics as UConn out think the market anytime people try to time the market they end up doing far more damage than they help themselves it's very difficult to do as one example I had many colleagues these are famous economists who said last week I'm buying a buying like crazy this'll be a blip they're all sorry they did here's one of the shocks because the other side of that trade is causing more street that you know eat for lunch retail investors like us they don't really know what we're doing so I have always done and I'm not the only financial economist will tell you this many of us would is you have a long term strategy you stick to it and you can't be blind sided or emotional about the short term blips because you can't really do much about them so the best advice is actually not.

"mollified" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mollified" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Will mollify you we're live from the rocket mortgage by quicken loans studios millions of Americans find it's the homes of their dreams of their help and they can help you to rocket mortgage push button get mortgage just before I go back to your calls most importantly Ryan Newman is in a hospital at Halifax Medical Center near Daytona his injuries are not considered life threatening which is a huge relief now we don't know the extent of his injuries yet because nothing else has been released only this one statement that we're getting from NASCAR for Roush racing which is this team as well as from his official Twitter account but Halifax Medical Center he's still being treated he's listed in serious condition he's stable doctors have said his injuries are not life threatening and that's all we know they could be very serious injuries and they could be extensive injuries but at this point there's no reason to speculate will wait until we get more but the good news is that he's going to survive this as brutal and scary at the crash looked on that final turn at Daytona Ryan Newman was able to get out of that car and he will survive his injuries are not life threatening eight five five two one two four two two seven tad is in Alabama welcome to after hours CBS sports radio you say ten I did welcome to the show Hey are what will help me I've been listening to your.

"mollified" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"mollified" Discussed on WTOP

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"mollified" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mollified" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Houston your family putting consult I want to tell you how disappointed I was in the Astros and also mentioned I happen to be the nephew of the original astronaut Alan Shepard who went to the moon is a golf ball okay well you're disappointed in the Astros because of the the the the cheating scandal it's it's a talk our will very disappointed I'm somewhat mollified by the fact that they did it last year but it's it's just terrible it's been about a week and I just read your website that the audience network is going to leave my A. T. and T. so that's making this another badly well David I appreciate the call right there and you were referring to audience network I guess changing its scope by the end of February and in terms of our show we will be letting you know we're out where to find us on the dial and you know is it wrong that when he said they this is you're putting expert and then he sends I'm really disappointed in and I felt really yeah I really was Astros this is wrong I was relieved that more disappointed in the cheating scandal your name's on the mark I was like wow please tell me that made the judgment yeah we're back with more of your phone calls is set up the rest of our fun week right here on the rich Eisen show there's a range I sports.

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"mollified" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"mollified" Discussed on WCPT 820

"No I am minimum mollified because of you patient zero was over here quite often feel sick and he's that good we didn't have to come in we could call and then it would be the very sad version Ahmad I she did when no one would come to work with our Walter why is there no one else in separately yeah so yeah yeah you had a choice there Travis here's what's making me sick currently trump more than unusual amount of new impeachable offenses that have happened since Friday so he was making plans to kill somebody seven months ago so that we the imminent threat yes and on the floor and to see the threat that I don't we didn't because of defense secretary saw no evidence of that so okay I believe I'll look of Mormon more evidence of the woman pay off thing yeah I know that this is to me the most clearly impeachable think it's one guy sorry for done the same thing that the guy okay did I miss anything is this can we just do a rolling impeachment could we just please use on TV yesterday so the fantastic yeah so she only two tweets in live time I just I can't we're gonna look back on this era so this is a journalist have to do Donald Trump to its crazy Nancy maybe a bit and then she has to write speaker of the most powerful woman in the United States government has to respond right okay okay so yea it's a week we're here we mean a treasonous douche bag however can great we do you know what we try to be.

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Leaked documents reveal details of China's Xinjiang detention camps for Muslims

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Leaked documents reveal details of China's Xinjiang detention camps for Muslims

"A leak of Chinese government documents reveals Beijing has carried out a mass campaign of rounding up Uighurs another Muslim minorities in western China sending more than a million to detention camps in pairs Emily Fang reports the four hundred and three pages of documents were obtained and published by The New York Times the detail of president xi Jinping himself ordered a crackdown on Islamic cross the western region of Xinjiang after a series of rudimentary attacks by Uighur militants kill dozens among the documents leaked were speeches by sheet leader used by regional officials to justify a sweeping detention campaign up to one point five we are Muslims and other Muslim ethnic groups though the exact number remains a state secret other documents instructed Fishel's how to mollify distraught weaker students discover their parents have been disappeared they were told the relatives have been quote infected by the virus of Islamic radicalism and Lee Fang and pure news

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"mollified" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"mollified" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The Democrats are going to get together and have a meeting about impeachment I don't know what they're gonna meet about they're going to do it. called it. and I've I've had some interesting people responding to me on this subject. of impeachment. and that I I'm. I can't tell if they're arguing with me or if they're just. mad at me or or maybe Tony I'm thinking that your continued belief is an email I got that Congress one fact impeach president trump is not so much based on the current realities of this Congress is more a result of your continued statement of you heard it here first. wow all right now tell me what I've been wrong about son. Hey we can now. that's something else you see I say it and then if it happens again here first. how often and we discussed the fact that the reason that we're able to on the show all of us be so good with the predictions is because we don't lie to ourselves about what's going on the only people who don't think that the Democrats want to impeach our people have their heads in the sand or up there you know what's Tony Katz Tony Katz today eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine I have been wrong about things before I am. happy to admit that when it happens if only because I don't think you get anywhere by not admitting. the Democrats want to impeach. for the same reason we just discussed about why Biden or Bernie will not be the nominee. Bernie is certainly progressive enough you don't need Bernie when you have a Lizabeth Warren put a judge in poker or not radical enough in the style and that's not working for that base the base must be mollified. and the bass is actually the highly partisan progressive. if you want to argue that a moderate Democrats still exist you're.

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"mollified" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"mollified" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Accountable for shooting down our drone and accountable with military counterstrike but i also think that the president's restraint and the follow cyber strike and sanctions the probably mollified those who disagreed with the the lack of kinetic response for now pretty clear that we have i think that much more strength behind a connecticut response if and when we do get there what's the worst case scenario in your mind we're speaking daniel hoffman everybody's former senior c._i._a. officer and also fox news contributor daniel what's worse case scenario if the iranians decide to really push really push it with us i mean how far do you think they'd be willing to go with were they sank in oil-tanker where they actually go for it well look there's a couple of red lines here that i think we need to be called the first one is if it run enriches uranium to weapons grade levels less concerned about them stockpiling lobe regu- raynham they've done that i think they've reached the limit established at j._c._p. away but enriching uranium to weapons grade levels of great concern to us as well as our allies starting with israel not to mention saudi arabia among others secondly would be as you point out a connecticut strike against the u._s. tanker where servicemen and women are not what it risks but maybe killed then there's gonna be a response and the president has been clear and general david portraying outside observer who knows quite a lot about war fighting has said to the iranians amongst tall of said look don't take this administration the trump administration lending when they say they the president said respond respond until i think concern for me neither country wants war that wouldn't be an inch we're going back and forth over leverage trying to seek out and gain leverage in advance patient negotiations in that process is at times but we need at all costs i think to avoid war but the iranians are in a tough way for and we've got a boost on their growth even more than we ever had in the obama administration and i felt we took our office for then precipitously we should've waited if they enrich the uranium up to go from the three to the twenty percent that we know it's pretty fast jump to get up to ninety if they go beyond the parameters of the deal which now we're not still in but we know what the parameters are that are acceptable to us regardless of whether we're in the the you know j. j._c._p. l._a. Should we strike the reactors? Is that the move? we need to do before that is have serious discussions with our ally and agree on that as red line and then discuss if a righty of options we would want to take with our allies i think it's important that we bring in your p._i._n. ally russia was a trojan horse in j._c._p. away we're involved but my goodness they don't have our best interests at heart at the very least we need to be locked up with our european allies you in particular on that and we also need to get back channel message to the iranians rules of engagement warn them if you enrich uranium to weapons grade levels we will respond accordingly we don't have to tell them how we're going to respond but we need to let them know that we're going to respond and we could be very public about that in other words administration could tell the audience and then could as their baby administration has been known to do inform our media that this is what has been said this is what has transpired so the world knows that does they're gonna face the response and not gonna be a cyber attack on stack you know it might be something quite different daniel often everybody daniel thank you so much for joining us appreciate your expertise pleasure look for the next time All right team. A quick break. We'll be back with role. Call all your thoughts, all things all the good things can just a moment. news radio k._l._b._j. i'm eric like trump campaign manager paul manafort formerly charged in.

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"mollified" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mollified" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Isn't it? I think so on top of that he's posting stories on his website going after the Ecuadorian stay protecting him. Well, that's not very smart. Can't be that break guest. If you're an international fugitive. The morning drive with John Phillips and Jillian barberie morning. Six to ten AM seven hundred K ABC, and I'm offended. We've got all these calls and all these people. We can't say how dare you say Christopher Plummer will replace him on empire. Yeah. He's gonna play the sun with the singing career and just because he's a British old British white guy. He's like the new Darren bewitch, and he'll be back because he's a star on that show. And he'll go to rehab for something to be determined at a future date and get out and be remorseful. And do the whole then they'll get a second hit on this. Then you get the remorse tour. Will you come out? And it starts I'm here to start a conversation. Why when I was kid I got into trouble. I never started a conversation about something. Hey, hey, mom, dad. Isn't this a teachable moment? Let's use this as an uplifting moment. Yeah. I don't think. So this was this was pretty agreed. This was this was bad. And also, look what look at the. Hey, look, how it. Ramped up eight on both sides and the rhetoric and again, I hate it. When people jump in right off the bat, and they're talking out of there. You know, what they drop trial, and they don't apologize now. They've ramped it up. They've taken to another level. And then, of course, the other side is going you always say, we're racist. Where this look what you did. And that's Regis. So it's it's really it's sad. It's sad that he did this. But you know, he will again he'll pay. I don't know how long he'll go in for. If it all. Go interferes, lawyers will keep them out. Like, Jessica said, he'll do public service or do do something that we'll we'll we'll teach him a lesson and mollify the public possibly.

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"mollified" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"mollified" Discussed on WTVN

"Line on NewsRadio six ten WTVN these super blood wolf moon edition of over the line. I had to write that down. Because I couldn't get what it was super blood wolf move. I can't mixing up the words WM what they'll say like everybody like everybody. Now, I forgot to ask tasks Jason call it a wolf moon. Well, I looked at. So I looked it up. We'll we'll from what I got from him. Was that a saloon in January? I thought is there a reason why a full moon in January is called a wolf moon. The answer is native Americans CIs, I assumed it was gonna be like just what did that's just what they called it. And so that's what we call it. I'll be honest. I sort of thought it was there's no I thought it was going to be something along those lines like dances with wolves. Yeah. There's no science behind it. It's just they called it the wolf moon. And so we call it the Wolfman. What's a February full moon called the sa- Valentine Valentine? I have no idea. It's a I forgot to buy chocolates moon. The doghouse moon. You don't know. I don't care. Can it's fine tells about German company Germany's biggest train company, they're commuter. Rail service has been under fire for quite a while for being not on time for being unpunctual, but they've been leading plates and people complain constantly that they can't seem to to get their trains running on time, which is bad when you are a train service. So it's trying to to let says mollify one disgruntled commuter by buying her delay scarf. The company Deutsche Bahn Thursday last Thursday announced plans to hire twenty two thousand more staff to help with their, you know, timing issues, and it also bought the Handmaid's scarf in an online auction for eight thousand dollars about seven thousand euro by a woman who was from eunuch, and she knitted a gray pink and red scarf last year with each color reflecting the. Amount of time. Her journey had been delayed. Oh, she was delayed. And so she said, okay. Well, I want to delay. So I'm going to grab the pink yarn. And I'll keep knitting until the the train gets here trains. You're okay. She put her knitting away. And then when she was delayed again cow grab the the the black yard. And so each length of color on the scarf was how long it took her to knit during the delays. I didn't know what though I thought maybe it was like a scarf autographed by Tom DeLay. No. And no one was real nicely. But Tom DeLay. That's really nice. They bought that scarf. Did they do anything about fixing the trains and how they said they hired twenty two thousand more staff that fix a problem? I don't know they just hired. They got to train them the train them for the train. So short answer. So her social media posts about the new scarf, drew widespread attention, and so Deutsche Bahn cited, well, we're by it and try to you know, so he gave her eight thousand dollars for. I mean, that's a pretty I mean, my wife knits. She makes a really nice scarfs. I'd love for it to be able to sell one of. Dollar thousand is seems like an odd numbers at eight thousand US that's already been converted was seven thousand five hundred fifty euro, which is about eight thousand six hundred dollars. Now that seems very strange incidents, and that's a that's a that's an autumn mount. That sounds like a negotiated will. Okay. An online auction. Okay. The price may have been driven up by her friends. Okay. But anyway, Deutsche Bahn's long distant trains arrived on time less than three quarters last year. So seventy five percent of the time they were late. Seventy five percent of the time. Good as the US airlines, whether.

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Canada, Justin Trudeau And Beijing discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:25 min | 3 years ago

Canada, Justin Trudeau And Beijing discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Let's look now at Canada, which has been presented with a possible diplomatic pickle by the diligence of its police Mang run jail chief financial officer of mobile fund, coons Phob mobile phone concern who runs this way and daughter of the company's founder walls detained at Vancouver airport on Saturday on an extradition request issued by the United States who want to word on charges as yet unknown. Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has today insisted that his government had no involvement in the arrest though. It's difficult to imagine Beijing replying along the lines of. Well, that's okay. Then Thomas in Toronto. How big thing has this been in Canada? She was arrested on Saturday. The story came out on Wednesday. It's been a huge story here. I'm in Canada wa way has been at the center of a lot of media coverage here for some time. Now. In terms of its ambitions and nefarious or otherwise, frankly about what's it kind of once from having this kind of big presence logically and economically in Canada. I think the relationship between China and Canada has also been a raw the big topic for Justin Trudeau for some time as well. He has risen tire premiership pretty much being trying to forge a trade deal directly with Beijing, which is hit several hurdles from Beijing sites. So this whole recent stories the arrest on Saturday, as you say is really a pretty complicated situation for Justin Trudeau it was revealed yesterday in a press conference that he was made aware that this arrest is imminent. I'm he has been forced to to make pretty clear. However, there was no political involvement from Canada in anything to do with. We are of course, looking at the US Canada relationship in a kind of new. Era phebus. Well, we saw G twenty summit Aries recently, the signing of the the new NAFTA trade deal, and that was such a fraught process that it really did sort of take US Canada relations to something of the brink as well. So there's really a lot at play here. And the Canadian media is doing his best. I think it's fair to say to try and pick as unpick any of those as many as those strands as possible Thomas, do you think Beijing or does it seem like Beijing is going to be much mollified? Boy, Justin Trudeau's Ernest invocations of the separation between the executive and the judiciary. I don't think. So actually, I think, you know, Beijing, of course, I think you're seeing this as a as a fight with the US predominantly, and whether it wants to characterize Canada's involvement in this is kind of being a bit the puppet as opposed in some ways to the US demands, given the fight between the US and China is so. Cute right now, I think that will do no favours Canada. Really if it wants to pursue a closer relationship in terms of trade, given the especially we're looking at economic forecast for Canada. And it's expected to slows the national economy in the year to come at the moment. It is the second fastest growing economy in the g seven, but it's been hit pretty hard by I'm oil prices and ongoing economic insurgency in outburts, which is the oil and gas straighter are producing heartland here in Canada.

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IMF: Trade tensions threaten strong global growth

24 Hour News

02:08 min | 3 years ago

IMF: Trade tensions threaten strong global growth

"Us and global economies is being predicted by the international monetary fund the imf predicts the us economy will grow two point nine percent this year up from the two point seven percent it had forecast in january and up from twenty seventeen two point three percent growth the lending agencies says the us academy will enjoy a boost through twenty twenty from tax cuts president trump signed into law in january it's keeping its forecast for worldwide growth this year at three point nine percent which would be the fastest pace since twenty eleven the imf chief economist warns though that the prospect of an escalating trade conflict threatens to undermine confidence and derail global growth prematurely meteorite fragments are compelling evidence of a lost planet from our solar system according to a study published tuesday a meteorite crashed in sudan's nubian desert in october two thousand eight researchers from switzerland france and germany examined diamonds found incited and concluded that they were most likely formed by proto planet at least four and a half billion years ago scientists have long theorized that the early solar system once contained many more planets a meteorite expert at the university of muenster germany said the methods used for the study were sound and the conclusion was plausible but further evidence of sustained high pressure would be expected to be found in the minerals surrounding the diamonds china says it will allow full foreign ownership in the auto industry as ap correspondent charlesdale desma reports the move ends restrictions that helped to fuel its escalating dispute with president trump and strained relations with other trading partners the change would scrap rules that require global automakers to work through local state owned partners an arrangement the forces them to share technology with potential competitors his unclear whether that might help to mollify trump who threatened hike tariffs on as much as one hundred and fifty billion dollars worth of chinese goods in response to complaints beijing pressures foreign companies to hand over technology i'm charlesetta desma i don't have.

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Trump to roll out plan to combat opioids with no clear funding plan

Seattle Kitchen

01:52 min | 4 years ago

Trump to roll out plan to combat opioids with no clear funding plan

"Wild wings i'm pam coulter president trump plans to unveil his plan to curb the nation's opioid epidemic tomorrow it includes the death penalty for drug dealers and a goal of cutting opioid prescriptions by a third in three years brandeis university dr andrew kalani says any plan needs funding what we didn't hear from the administration and perhaps we'll hear tomorrow is some specifics on how they intend to achieve these goals and what we still haven't had from the administration is a request for real funding to tackle this problem there's renewed concern that mr trump plans to get rid of russia's special counsel robert muller i'm tom foty the latest presidential tweets renewed speculation and apprehension about what mr trump might have in mind for an investigator investigating him retiring republican senator jeff flake don't go there we have confidence in muller i certainly do and and i think my colleagues do as well so i hope that the pushback is now to keep the president from going there and what if he does once he goes after muller then we'll take action i think that people see that as a massive red line senator flake was on cnn state of the union tom foty cbs news washington after winning another term as russia's president president vladimir putin told reporters he'd cooperate with britain's investigation into the poisoning of a former russian spy but denied any russian involvement russia does not have those weapons russia's most all its chemical weapons some believe president trump will pull out of the iran nuclear deal in may ploughshares fund president joseph kony says it would have to be salvaged by european nations in western europeans can find some way to mollify the president i think the president will leave the deal and this will be a disaster for american national security the family of a dog that died on.

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