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"mr hamid" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"What's your one that you deserve? One of prosperity at home in harmony with the nations of the world. The United States is ready to embrace raced peace seeking but let's get into the first storey outside of Donald trump lying to you about everything that happened and this is in regard to the contractor menace. Probably some of the tags we have in this video today. which is exactly why they don't want you seeing this stuff because this doesn't look very good for them? This is coming from zero. US military contractor contractor whose death led to solemn on strike finally identified finally finally identified after a week. Gee I wonder why that it might be. I wonder why they would drag their feet on something like this after saying well. We don't reveal that and then finally here a week later. We'll yes we will now. Because that's not suspicious at all so last night. The Sacramento Bee finally identified the US contractor who's alleged death was used to justify action against a group they never ever proved in any way was behind the attack or that the group was in any way controlled by Iran but what is facts in evidence matter in today's world so even if all all they say about this man is true that in that in no way changes their actions following it that were at every possible possible way illegal in every sense of the word regardless of what this person was or where if he was killed or anything about what. They're saying everything that followed were still legal nonetheless which is probably why they're really really afraid of people like us talking about this because it shows that their fraudulent rogue corrupt dishonest people that we should not be following an actual patriots who actually understand the constitution and care about this country should be screaming that from the rooftops to these people are are not representing you and in fact they're lying to you about pretty much damn near everything today in order to kill people in your name and call it freedom now an Iraqi American. Interestingly I find that very review revelled relevant in this whole topic so he's an Iraqi American thirty-three-year-old now res- will lead amid now. He served as a translator for Virginia. Based Company security firm valiant which contracts with the the army intelligence and security command and guess what according to its website they assist with operations ranging from counter intelligence to support the special operations personnel. So he was a spy I wonder why they wouldn't want us to know that this is just. It's just so obvious but of course tweeted out and Iraqi American which they said serve the translator for security for valiant than that. They're involved in operations counterintelligence of course he worked in counterintelligence of course he did and I wonder why they wouldn't want us to see that which you know just just so happens happens to this whole part about the counterintelligence the place other than the place that he worked being called valiant. Guess what that this whole thing just so happens is to be the one part that was left out by the Washington Post article about this man which was of course stressing the article that he was only an interpreter. I wonder why why they do that. I guess they just missed that incredibly relevant part of the story where he was an interpreter for counterintelligence outfit that worked in Iraq and he's a former Iraqi that just scream some kind of intelligence operation so he's a spy ladies and gentlemen immediately after his death the US had taken the unprecedented action of conducting a major bombing on Khattab Hezbollah a popular mobilization unit group part of the Iraqi military they attack act them in Iraq and Syria killing over thirty people. Most of which as I said a moment ago were you but of course if you're watching that in the first part of the future you you're probably confused because because youtube just censored this show and split it into because that's what they do to honest people giving you the truth but they killed over twenty people that were Iraqi. Jackie police military innocent people. But we don't talk about that ask yourself why that's irrelevant to the story when we're talking about people who are doing bad things and killing people right around that guy they killed civilians but then we did the same thing but we don't care about that because it was for freedom and that fund how that works out now oddly. The Pentagon refused for over a week to discuss the identity of the counterintelligence translator that was reportedly killed claiming they quote. Don't divulge the the identity of contractors. But I guess they just woke up today and thought Nah it just let him know or they finally had enough time to sell L.. They're manufactured narrative in the way that they want to do. Because that's always what this comes down to control the narrative and manipulating the situation. Making sure that you see things the way you they want you to always. What's happening here now valiant? The company confirmed his death yesterday. They said quote. We are deeply deeply saddened by the tragic death of of a made valiant said this in their statement they said Mr Hamid was a consummate professional and highly committed member or of the valiant team who was cherished and valued by his colleagues sure fury was right and by the way I'm not trying to diminish this person or his life or his family or you know I I don't know the first thing about this personal life of this man but that's not what's best not what we're talking about here. I'm not even suggesting what he was doing was illegal or wrong or anything. I'm just talking about the fact that this is a person who was working with counterintelligence with the US government and that's probably why they didn't want us to know about this because probably probably what he was doing. was spying on people manipulating things like they always always do now. The security firm didn't release any further details of course as the up to a- As to the precise nature of his work I wonder why because that is what you get when talking about counter intelligence operations absolutely nothing now amid became a naturalized citizen only in two thousand seventeen after he and his family. I came to the United States in two thousand eleven from Iraq. Mind you so. This was likely Iraqi turned and recruited for counter intelligence. That's my guess but nonetheless. It's funny how we're talking about someone that was in two thousand seventeen became a US citizen from Iraq from the group that place that they were invading a person then decided to work for counterintelligence for the government against his home country. And they called this a you UNAMERICAN contract now he is an American but we have to admit that that's a little deceiving so little misleading. Wouldn't you say and that's probably why they don't want you know in this now. Half of the story is being left out. When you read the mainstream media information again ask yourself why that would b but they'll keep referring to as linguists and that's it but then we need to ask ourselves? Why would they hide who he was for in Tyre Week? If that's all he was and I doubt that there's a shortage of translators in Iraq. So we have to see how this probably turned out and the highly suspicious. Timing of this release as he's buried in Sacramento is yet another. I don't know Jeffrey Epstein Style Red Flag here in this highly highly suspect series of events. Were absolutely nothing has been proven claim after claim after claim of trust me as their green caught for lying about things like Duba and they still do it anyway and sadly people still choose to trust them. I guess it's just easier weak weak willed but it's easier I guess now let's follow up with yesterday's events and the possibility that there was some sort of coordination between Ron's attack and the US military being basically sold its could happen without casualties and they de-escalate right so this or so. Oh the reporting. But here's the thing is. I don't think this was something that was done from. The I think this was individually done and this is my take on. I'm looking at here but I truly think that what we're looking at is donald trump or someone in that situation making. This happened because they knew that they that people were trying to start a war like the always have been. That's something we have to consider and that I think is a very positive way to look at this that there are in fact people maybe trump himself that are pulling back from the neo con agenda despite the fact that trump is just as much a part of it right now as everybody else whether that's because he's being manipulated cowed by the advisors or or he's happy to do it in some cases but nonetheless however it is to pull back from the situation was a positive thing absolutely this next article coming from Alabama this entitled Iran's missile launch against to US bases in Iraq calls trump's bluff. Yeah we got a good amount tune back in but understand again. So we're at seven hundred now where we had fourteen hundred before. That's what you that's why they do that right. This is to suppress the information. I hope you guys you can see that now. Honestly I said before I. It's really irrelevant to me that it. I'm GonNa do this no matter what I'm GonNa Continue to bring you the truth always always but nonetheless when we don't reach New People that's the goal. The goal is to make sure that we're only speaking to each other that we never find the new people and help wake up people you know. Often I get emails and comments and letters from people saying that I was lost until we had information from independent media. Not just me by the way but independent media media or telling me that because of your show specifically that I ultimately was able to see through this. That's what they're trying to avoid. That's what scares them. And that's why they're suppressing us very openly today understand now yesterday as you mentioned as you know if if you watch the show or any other independent media a ron fired seventeen. Km to type missiles and five solid fueled talk three thirteen missiles now these were towards two different US bases in Iraq now between one forty five to fifteen local time twenty two hundred ut C. Seventeen missiles hit the on Asad airbase west of Ramadi Mahdi now then five missiles were aimed at a bill airport in the northern Kurdish region of Iraq. There were reportedly no casualties which seems aims today to be confirmed by both the US in Iran but not always recognized that these things we question everything as always. It's possible because of the way that I feel. This went down on that. If there were casualties one way or the other that they would have sort of agreed to not talk about it now the Swiss Embassy in Tehran which represents the United States was apparently warned at least one hour before the attack happened. Which is pretty interesting? which kind of makes this seem? Not the Wade's being presented. Wouldn't and you agree now around twelve. Am Ut see the US Federal Aviation Administration issued a notice to airmen The which prohibited weird. I think we actually reported this while we were on the live. Show the other day yesterday but they prohibited civil. US flights over Iraq Iraq Iran and Persian Gulf and the Gulf Oman and and this is because they were warned understand and it seems at least according to Iran's foreign minister that they also reached out out and warned Iraq's government and possibly even the US government themselves now from brief Iran informed Iraqi Iraqi government of missile attack on US base. This is coming from Iran's foreign minister. Vodka he is saying that he told Rack. Now understand that that just simply means is because he you know he actually respect their sovereignty but I find it next to impossible to believe that he would not know or assume that the US would get wind of that that that they would hear about it that they will get word from somebody..
"mr hamid" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Big shout out to Paul hammer. Who's joining us up in the press box tonight. His son John is the gophers video coach and also director of hockey operations. So Mr. Hamid good to have you here. Always good to see the hammer on the road. Dress. He's been listening all night. You think he's still fans? The money here yet, I guess not. All right. What's going to happen here, boys? Gophers are going to wake up they're going to blow these guys right off the pond. When the period when the game when the period when the game, that's it. God, you guys are just really is. You know, I know where my never heard that one before. Yeah. Your wife's morning, I think. Yeah. Okay. Third period has just begun in your dreams. Those door breaks off. Second right back the other direction come the badgers or the shot blocked by rob some followup from a sharp pain. Nothing going. Okay memory. I always talk about no the score. No the time of the game. And you know, you try to make a play like that in turn the puck over. And it almost goes in the back of your net. Do that. Badgers cannot clear there's all Minnesota keeping it in. But the lines were saying it did squeeze out. You'll learn that in bantams. Okay. Thank you. Threw me off the tracks here. No matter where the road leaves you. There's meaning in the miles. Yes. There are. Yeah. Stop by your neighborhood marathon station. Marathon, fueling the American spirit. Read that first part again the now. Now. Absolves Dorf in the neutral zone. Dump the puck in instead of trying to beat two guys and have a two on one. Go the other way. Gotcha. Thank you. For straightening us off. Once again proving these Brigham. You know, it's just it gets. This is what drives coaches crazy. Is there a simple place to be made? Just make a simple point. Then you're out of harm's way. And in your plan. Gophers duly three.
"mr hamid" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Is making an official visit to sabia security will be tight in the capital jets will escort his plane and seven thousand police are being deployed residents are being urged not to go onto their balconies to watch. Mr Putin being driven through Belgrade the BBC's day and Anastas pitch joins us now from Belgrade. Welcome to the program. Dan, just done us before we get into the main purpose of Mr Putin's. Visit why are people being not to go onto their balconies? Apparently for security reasons, the security is going to be very tough and apart for the Serbian police protecting the Russian President Putin and bring bringing some fifteen hundreds of his own bodyguards with him. And that seems to be plenty of security, then they seven thousand police also being deployed just tell us what's the main Pappas of Mr Putin's visit then well, that's not entirely clear to seen as put support to service. President Alexander woodridge who is now. He may go for early elections because. Here at home, which is a challenge by. Continuing protest against his autocratic rule. Yes today, they were as to make eight hundred thousand nine hundred thousand people. Protesting the in the central about rate against the government and. And something which wasn't out much earlier was postponed. Several times it was supposed to happen in October last year, and it's coming out. So that's something for which Mr Putin. I think Belgrade is the westernmost point in Europe can come. Can visit to receive a hero's. Welcome. And he didn't because they were a protests. It's also this is Mr Putin described Serbia as Russia's strategic partner is this how Serbia sees relationship. Well, this is how some people in Serbia seats the. And the Serbian government is. Sitting on chairs as they sometimes even openly debate on one wants to join the EU it's a candidate country. Opening negotiating chapter and so on so forth on the other hand, the Serbia does rely on Russia over the issue of Kosovo. Which independence are we have those recognized and Russia is one of two countries from tiring the UN Security Council, which is stopping crossover from being admitted as a member of the UN, right? And you mentioned the European Union union there, Dan because Serbia is the frontrunner to become the next men member of the EU, it's coming under increased pressure, isn't it to align its foreign policy with Brussels. Do you think then this the other puppets of the visit is to discomfit Westin? Palace by emphasizing Moscow's close ties with Belgrade. That is correct. Serbia has refrained from imposing you conomic sanctions against Russia over Ukraine, and frankly Serbia cannot afford to align itself because surveys congress percents dependent on Russian guests, and it's a reminder suppose for Brussels as well not to take Belgrade's loyalty for granted. That is also true and surveys also used support. Putting has parts of the population to show that he's popular even outside the fresh. He has used this. Visit already in an interview he gave yesterday to couple of upgrade newspapers to accuse west of this type of allies in the region by supporting. Oh, sorry. The region by as pushing. HR explanation as you probably know, they must've Donets about to join NATO negro has already joined last year. BBC's day on a nasty, David. Thank you very much for joining us from Belgrade listening to Newsday on the BBC World Service. Six sixteen in the morning here in London five sixteen in the afternoon in Melbourne Australia. Massey canyons keeping an eye on what's happening tennis Stanislav. I've Rinker against me Las round inches. Top top entertainment at the Australian Open at the moment round. The sixteenth Sade five Rinker. Former champion really threatening second round clash at the moment. Two sets to one to round it. But all three sets have gone to tie breaks and the fourth is into a tiebreakers. Well, I'm favoring has the mini break. He's up three one in the fourth set tiebreak. So if he wins that we're going to a fifth. We'll be live in Melbourne in half an hour coming later at Melbourne. Second round action for Serena Williams, Simona Halep and Novak Djokovic you football headlines. Frank Lampard's Darby county came back from two goals down to beat Southampton on penalties and go to the fourth round of the English FA Cup in their replay last night realm. Madrid will be. Eaten by the Ganesh, but still go through in the Coppa del Rey, but Athletico Madrid are out on away goals to Girona and another fifty points in the NBA for James harden. But this time in a losing cause as the Houston Rockets went down to the Brooklyn nets after the time. Thank you very much for the sport. Now back to exit and it seems like the British finance minister is trying to once again reassure businesses about the UK's plan to leave the European Union. Matt Davis is here. So Matt what's sad? The chancellor Philip Hammond been saying well after Prime Minister Theresa May's plan was voted down in parliament on Tuesday. Mr. Hammond had a conference call with some of the UK's senior business leaders, and according to the confederation of British industry, the CBI he hinted that annot deal. Brexit could be avoided. The CBI says he was more relaxed about the possibility of spawning the date of the twenty ninth of March. But this seems to go against one. Other conservative MP's thinking, the leader of the house of Commons. Andrea led some says will be no delaying article fifty which as far as they concern means the UK, we'll be leaving at the end of March deal. No deal. What the CBI took away from their chat with Mr. Hamid was that if a no deal Brexit seemed the most likely outcome moves would be made in parliament to extend the leaving date. So that a deal can be made. And then we'll find out a bit more about this match about the health of the euro-zone economy later on as well, we're going to we're going to definitely find out about that. Yes, we go. Some inflation figures out in Arizona and with the global economy slowing down trade tensions between China and the United States. And of course, Brexit itself. The euro-zone economy is taking a bit of a battering at the moment, the Europeans biggest economy, Germany as just narrowly dodged falling into recession and the European central. Bank says Moore. Stimulus is needed on top of the more than two and a half trillion euros. It's pumped into the system over the last four years, and that means incredibly low interest rates will remain for some time to come. Crystal Arendal, hassle is chief economist at Mitsuro, our baseline scenario does not envisage your heart Brexit. We do think that the trade dispute will continue being more parked and bite and on the back of that for Europe. I still have growth around potential, but the risks are plenty there's very dark clouds on the horizon, and if any of these risks materialize a need to go back to the drawing board and take a European growth down substantially. That's crystal Aranda hassle at Mizuho, Matt Davis. Thank you very much. This is dynamic going to spend some time next in the Democratic Republic of Congo because the United Nations says it has credible evidence. Nine hundred people were killed in that. Country during three days, Vincent communal violence last month. These reports come from full villages in territory, it's in the western province of my Indombank. The UN said it was crucial that such violence investigated thoroughly. These are the clashes that led the Congolese government to cancel voting in the presidential election in that particular region that speak live to reveal Shamba Sahni who's the UN spokesperson in Geneva, Ravina. Thanks very much. Indeed for your time on this story. What is the evidence that the UN has this violence? So we have received very credible reports that at least eight hundred ninety people were actually buried between the sixteenth at the eighteenth of December in UB territory. Now, the actual death toll could be considerably higher because we understand that there were hundreds of houses buildings that were also burnt down or pillaged people may have died inside them. And we also understand that there may be bodies that were dumped the Congo river right by these villages. Do you have this information for your own people? Or if you receive reports from the area from others, we have done some preliminary investigations, the US did visit and see you know, that the burn down houses and buildings on the actual death toll. We are continuing investigations. To to to acetate the exact numbers, and we're also trying to verify various reports about what exactly sparked these killings at what was behind them and just to help people place this area on a map. It's north of the Congo river from the capital Kinshasa. Now, tell us about any link to the election people might assume that it's something to do with the contentious presidential election that has been recently. Is there any evidence for that? Well, it's hard to know at the moment as I said, we do need to continue our investigations to see exactly what's behind this Ahmed, rather state officials were involved or whether it really just was a dispute between two communities. One of the buildings that was burnt down was the office of the commission the electoral commission, which is called sevi-. And this did lead to the election being postponed in this territory until March, but but it's still unclear whether there's a direct link to the election, or whether this is a tenuous link at the moment is this an area where the history of intercommunal violence in area where the UN has needed to keep the peace in the past. There are quite a few dormant intercommunal issues at this is why in fact, we are calling for very prompt investigation that leads to Justice said prosecutions for these for this violence because otherwise what ends up happening is that this leads to a lot of feelings of gross injustice and anger, which can eventually lead to attacks against entire communities with top which I tired with the same brush. If people are individually held responsible for the violence. This can help prevent new episodes of violence between communities are you confident in the political situation in the institutions of the DRC at the moment to deliver Justice to these people a national investigation has been initiated. But we are also conducting our own investigation, and we have offered our advice and support to the government to be able to carry out judicial investigations to be able to prevent the recurrence of such violence. And what about how for those? People display sixteen thousand nine to stunned. That's right. I mean, the population of this area was actually eighteen thousand to begin with sixteen thousand of these people have fled across the Congo river into the Republic of Congo. And we are hoping to be able to provide humanitarian assistance to them Ravina Shumba Sanni off the UN. Thanks very much. Indeed for your time explaining that story to us. Yes, now where the government.
"mr hamid" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"He, but the man had a grunted and then showed his wing wing to another passenger. This is a weird behavior. Well, I can just tell you when people have been disappointed in my behaviors, it's never been my first move to take my privates and put them on display. Just generally speaking. It's not something it's under the impulse. What I love is. That the article was like he said, Mr. Hamid refused to put his perver- away and responded by grunting before exposing it to another passenger also what did he do that? Like what how what why did the slaps happened in the first place? You know, not that there's a reason for any of this. But it just that's no. Yeah. I will say escorted him to another part of the plane. Apparently, there's a part of the plane where you put people who expose themselves because it's probably not the first time. That's happened. I think people drink too much on flights can often happen. Yeah. People drink too much on flights. It's true period. Period. Let's go to Wales. Let's go all the way to Wales. So we're going to stay on the others. Yeah. We're not in flight were in. We're actually in Wales. This guy in Wales Twenty-four-year-old, Robert Shirke. His he okay. How I don't even know where to start with this. His neighbor died. Oh, lady died. I know it was very sad. He didn't know right away, though, her male was piling up. And that's when he thought well, I should probably check on. You know, the neighbor. Okay. So he he broke her door in and found that she was dead dark real quick is dead inside the how things were she was like melting into the couch or anything, right? I don't know. I was not there. They don't know what the experience was for him. But she was dead. And he didn't call the authorities to report that she was dead. Well, he thought that if he called the cops he would get caught for some other things that he had done that he was sort of on like a watchlist for already. So he was like I'm just not gonna call this one in. But however seeing an opportunity he opted instead to take her credit card, and then memory, the number and then for the next two years he used hard for two years to order a medium pizza with anchovies from Domino's every single day. He did this. He ordered a pizza with an show vs on her debit card, and it got delivered to his home. Every day. I have a question two years. Okay. Nobody noticed she was dead for two years. Well, no, I think that they noticed she was dead. I think eventually they noticed she was dead, but he had memorized her debit card number, and he was just using that over and over again, and probably they weren't, you know, maybe they hadn't settled the affairs. Maybe the family hadn't settled the affairs. So the Bank account was still take over their next door. So we could eat pizza. No, he just wanted to use her debit card number. So that he I mean, I maybe I don't know. Maybe I'm not gonna say it. Anyway, he was ordering pizzas for two solid years on her debit cards for you. There you go after two years of this. He ended up having stolen fifteen thousand dollars. What happened with anchovies? Hot. He got busted. And he's been convicted of eleven counts of fraud. He'll be next month. They only charged him with eleven of those pizzas. Apparently. Got off kinda easy. Who also anchovies? Like, really? Yeah, switch it up a bit. You know, listening AFC. Also, you would think can I just be really honest. You would think that having ordered a full medium pizza with anchovies every single day for two solid years. That would somebody would catch on that this guy might look like he'd been eating pizza every single day. I have extreme flatulence. No, look at this guy. He's scrawny as all get out. I mean, he does not look like maybe that was all he was eating. It could be could be. Can we go somewhere else? Sure. Wow. He is kind of skimming his ties. He's.
"mr hamid" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A bloomberg business flash now here's michael barr with more on what's going on around the world good morning michael good morning karen voters in pennsylvania's eighteenth district go to the polls today for a special us congressional election republican rick is up against democrat connor lamb president trump won the district by twenty points on the twenty sixteen election british prime minister theresa may publicly accused russia of a chemical weapon attack on uk soil and warned of retaliatory measures that will further strain relations between the west and the kremlin may announced that russian double agent sergei scruple and his daughter had been poisoned last week with the military great nerve agent that was developed by russia in sports in the nhl the rangers won along with the capitals global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg john michael thank you we get economic update today from the british finance minister will the less spring in the step of philip hammond simon franchise chief economist at penn mark gordon joins us from london this morning well what are you supposed to the most interesting aspect of this this update the spring update will be from mr hamid good morning joe him huge pleasure to join you look those two things slow for this morning here in the uk first of all you have probably an upgrading growth and the government's independent forecaster suspected that croton uk would just be one point four percent in twenty eight hundred and that probably going to have to take that higher to about one point six percent now that sounds good news but this is still with slowest growth rates in the t seven is the country deals with the potential fallout from brexit the other thing which is better news philip hammond is the government deficit the fiscal deficit is gonna fall to a ten year low probably just forty billion pounds in fiscal year twenty seventeen eighteen now it still sounds like a lot of money it is a lot of money though given where we were since the financial crisis it's probably be good news for the government that it's starting to spend at least in turn spending less than it's receiving in texas it's the brexit divorce bill did we get an idea of what that's going to be yeah we do.
"mr hamid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Rutherford and off to the news we'll be trying to solve your every day signs mysterious the things you've always wondered about co curious cases today way tackling questions of planet tree proportion first what will happen when the earth's magnetic poles flip will all will turn upside down and then we ask why apply sweden and discover how things would be we spun the other way join us for the curious cases of rather than fry off to the news bbc news with jerry smit more than one hundred thousand people have been totally their homes on the indonesian island of bali where a volcano he's close to erupting the national disaster agency says lava molten rock have been detected close to the surface of mount a going and the popular tourist island has been put on the highest state of alert pakistani islamists who clashed with police at the weekend's have cooled off their protests after the resignation of the low ministers are he'd have meet the demonstrators had been blocking a main road in the capital for weeks demanding the sacking of mr hamid whom they accused of blasphemy pope francis is beginning a visit to me i'm bob a country that has been widely accused of ethnic cleansing the words the pope uses to describe the country's muslim minority will be examined closely knit fouls in me i'ma object hidden j referring to the community has been goalies he migrated illegally from bangladesh the decomposing remains of eight people have been found on a wooden boats off japan's east coast to coast the sea from north korea the japanese authorities had the bodies could not be identified dozens of poliet quits north korean fishing boats encounter problems in the waters near japan every year oughta venturing far out to sea in order to fulfill governmentissue quotas the australian parliament's has begun considering a bill to legalize samesex marriage the results this month of a nonbinding referendum showed more than sixty percent of voters were in favor of the move the prime minister malcolm turnbull says he wants the new lauren place by late december scientists have warned thirds overfishing and pollution are seriously threatening africa's largest body of freshwater lake victoria they say fish stocks in the lake which borders uganda kenya and tanzania have been severely damaged threatening the livelihoods of millions of people bbc news welcome to the.
"mr hamid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Low minister to meet the demonstrators accused mr hamid of blasphemy for emitting a reference to the prophet muhammad and a new version of the electoral low the minister named tara clerical error joe maturing reports too many these disruptive protests seemed a clear challenge to the authority of the weeks civilian government tied the islamists the seemed to have the support of the country's military there's little doubt who's one the government has lost its minister and been forced to agree to other demands including releasing arrested protesters and paying for the clean up the governing party's leader former prime minister nawaz sharif is already on trial for corruption this latest defeat us his further questions about the health of his party and about the country's civilian democracy pope francis is beginning a visit to myanmar a country that has been widely accused of ethnic cleansing the world's the pope uses to describe the country's muslim minority will be examined closely miyama's governments usually refers to the hindu community as than goal is who migrated illegally from bangladesh jonathan head has more this is among the most delicate papal visits by this pope he's already spoken out over the plight of muslim are hinges who fled in huge numbers to bangladesh from a harsh military operation in miyama's were kind state but there is little sympathy for the hinge is here among the buddhist majority government doesn't recognize them as citizens even the term hinge is considered unacceptable and the pope is being advised not to use it scientists have warned the lake victoria africa's largest party of freshwater bordering uganda kenya and tanzania is under serious threat they say that overfishing and pollution has severely damaged fish stocks threatening the livelihoods of millions of fishermen untreated waste water is said to be pouring into the.
"mr hamid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Capital demanding the sacking of mr hamid whom they accused of blasphemy scientists have warned that lake victoria bordering uganda kenya and tanzania is under serious threat of dying they say that overfishing and pollution has severely damaged fish stocks threatening the livelihood of millions of fishermen pope francis is beginning a visit to men mar a country that has been widely accused of ethnic cleansing the words the pope uses to describe the country's muslim minority will be examined closely officials in myanmar warned that if he uses the temblor hinder to described the conscious was the minority violent protests may result the australian parliament has begun considering a bill to legalize samesex marriage following a nonbinding referendum in which the move was supported by over sixty percent of voters the prime minister malcolm turnbull said he wanted the new law to be in place by late december and the president of honduras han orlando hernandez has declared himself the winner in sunday's election if confirmed it will be the first time the country's modern history for a sitting president to be reelected but his strongest rival salvador nasrallah told his supporters that he had been elected president the national electoral council has not announced the official result abc news welcome back to the art sarah until on the bbc world service i'm nikki beatty happy to be home and on stage at the royal opera house in mumbai the only surviving opera house in india newly reopened after major and glorious restoration just one of the marvellous happenings in a year of cultural innovation in the city and we have a live audience.
"mr hamid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The britain's economy has the potential to outperform gloomy forecast for growth these acknowledge that uncertainties about brexit a benefactor dozens of people have been moved from their homes in lancashire and cumbria because of rising flood waters an raf plane has joined efforts to find a missing argentine submarine in the southern atlantic and broadband providers are being warned not to make misleading claims about the speed of their services bbc and eases red by susan ray uh the chancellor philip pennant has said he's confident that the measures he set out in yesterday's budget will help britain overcome gloomy expected forecast for economic growth mr hamid announced a series of spending and tax plans amounting to twenty five billion pounds including extra money for the nhs has building and brexit conservative mps have rallied behind the chance calling his budgets solid and common sense but critics say mr hamid failed to address the squeeze household income are assistant political editor norman smith reports the slow today sought to dispel the gloomy picture painted by the office for budget responsibility of a slowing economy and a prolonged period of continuing pressure on living standards mr hammond said the obiang assessment was based on a revision of productivity figures over the past eight years the challenge facing the british people now he said was to prove the four costa's wrong mr hammond also suggested that the hit two business and consumer confidence was temporary prompted by brexit uncertainty and that both would revive once the uk moved on from the brexit negotiations how however this morning labor attacked the government's response to the economic slowdown as a nothing has changed budget and speaking on this program the shadow chancellor john mcdonnell blamed the fooling growth on the government's failure to invest in something we've been pointing out for a number of years now if you don't invest in your konomi inevitably that will impact upon productivity and that will impact upon growth and importantly of impact on people's wages last night tory mps even normally critical ones gave mr hammond's budget a cautious welcome compounding a sense that mr hammond has eased the pressure on his own position and may have bought the government some political breathing space public sector unions however have warned that there is no end in sight to the squeeze on wages part of the chancellor's plan to tackle the housing shortage is a commitment to.
"mr hamid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Budget how relatively lowly backbenches feel quite free to in effect slagged off the chancellor antisaddam seems to be open season on mr hamid and yes of course part of that is brexit a view that he's not really signed up to it he's in this sort of damage limitation game part of it is member his of the last budgets in the bottle over a national insurance contributions but part of it is is that it's just a view gang mentality everyone is free to criticise the chancellor no one seems to be standing around him and he seems almost to be a marked man let's look at the policies now what should we be looking l ford we already night will i think the big headline announcement is going to be around housing mrs maes said she wants that to be her personal mission philip hammond has already said he wants to increase housebuilding to three hundred thousand homes a year we've had some of the measures to bring that about so they'll be a crackdown on land banking more help for small smaller billed as there might be a reduction in stamp duty for a younger buzz but it seems to me house buildings interesting because it it points to what is it to heart mr hammond's difficulties he seems to be coming forward with incremental modest measures meant the sort of big bang agenda which many in his party wants on housebuilding he has rejected the idea of for example building on the green belt and similarly rejected such a javed's idea of a big sort of borrow in builds barring potentially 50 billion pounds dragged danger you end up with a low of technocratic changes rather than sort of turning point changes which is party want norman smith thank you it's now 24 minutes to.
"mr hamid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Do the 10yearly this as the point so it is absolutely crucial that as part of the the budgets but much beyond that budget this is something that we want the uh the whole nation to to join together in and how here in burma today will be making announcements at eight as i say but the link trying to do this sort of thing for the last eight years and failing that this by point you've acknowledge that you fail is just rather odd to see how mr hamid is going to be able to stand up on wednesday and say look good all this money to do all these extra things because we know he has no this is what we're going to be sitting up first in the budget which but then following up next week is a serious longterm plan to build up the level of productivity in this country is going to involve skills training you're absolutely right we are level of technical education was has improved in recent years is not as good as many of our competitors we want to build on our strengths in research and development our infrastructure europe's absolutely right needs to improve we have made some big steps the decision to invest in a highspeed it was very important what's been invested in cross crossrun in london in the northern powerhouse that is very important but there's more to do or i seems to me that you need to do it in a longterm sustained way and build a national consensus around that gregg clark many facts it is now twenty warm may search caught governor look at vase papers news websites the guardians as president mugabe speech the people of zimbabwe last night was meant to be the seal of a week of chaos excitement and fear state television went live to his residence where is expected to offer a humble resignation the times as balls in aurora what packed as crowds awaited the broadcast but he never quite got around to announcing that resignation instead the mail and gold in in south african says he simply provided an update of meetings that have taken place since the army took control they end up in websites of the president is now in direct confrontation with poland's as well as the military that zimbabwe male reports of the streets were deserted as people stayed indoors to watch the speech but adds is this.
"mr hamid" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"More or less got to be one at the most and so it's a much better soon audio that than what we expected now before we go mr hamid you live in miami and you had to make a game day decision about whether or not to lease would you end up deciding while i was prepared to go to orlando but then i realized that the american my tits orlando so i've decided to move to a shelter but when i saw the uh stormtracker in west we decided to simply board up and stay home i'm a veteran of hurricane andrew and i went to hurricane andrew in the bathroom with a under a mattress so i was prepared to sort of evacuated but uh fortunately the nafta and you have cell phone service got power in your house uh you have power went out and came back but i don't have a land line i do have the cell phone service don't have the internet all right listen thanks on this busy day i really appreciated side hamad's is a professor of finance at an insurance expert at florida international university professor thank you thank you now i hesitate to bring this up but you should know with high water in texas and beyond and now the caribbean florida and beyond come mosquitoes that carry among other things zeka from our health desk at whyy in philadelphia marketplace's dan gorenstein reports on some constraints for public health officials after a hurricane mosquitoes can be biblical professor sarah vaughan and tung amani at the university of texas medical branch says the problem is all the standing water audit prion for rain copter crash on tire wheelbarrow delivered finger i hold water there's a lot of talk about zico but actually more people are susceptible to the west nile virus right now in texas work is under way to control mosquitos houston public health officials are assessing whether aerial spray is needed dr peter hotel has at the baylor college of medicine says there was a spike in west nile cases after katrina and he expects that to happen again more funding would help he says but it won't come easy.
"mr hamid" Discussed on KELO
"And how your policies will impact your financial future changed greatly 8020 those milestone and jiffy the general rule of thumb it's good to take a look at merdeka your policies every two years or so oh mortality tables change and you may be able to get the same insurance for less of a price so all those things way into it i life insurance always good question about the term insurance versus whole life insurance is that a legitimate question do be asking julio legitimate question and i i think it is most people went when i started out my wife and i were twenty five years old and we bought term policies as we got older and and we've been very fortunate and and done well then we want to look at policies more rounded estate planning and for those you may use more of the permanent permanent powell he's as an option but term term is always a good off for people all right so under the circumstances let's take howard hammond and his family how did you decide before you got in have you ever been a life insurance business all your life or were you a young novice and somebody came to you and said i mr hamid of i gotta deal for you and then you get i'm gonna have to admit i'm one of those nerd who'd been interested in financial services probably since i was in my teams so i laid out in plan through graduate school in them when we uh my wife and i got married and had kids we we did today by the book plan an and and it was fairly easy so i would always pretty activated on that tom that nerd you are so have life insurance does it include the disability portions though is it a lot of people think life insurance is only going to pay off when you die by their plot pockets of it did can be used for other things and and you hit on one it's critical for a lot of people that disability um over the course of your working life at some point in time you may become disabled and then you're sick time it used up and it disability policy can be a great gap filler four so they may different needs and that's why we really recommend that you sit down review your policies and beat.
"mr hamid" Discussed on Fast Talk
"We we had great strategy fast car in it which is all just worked out in the end i was hoping it would otherwise up you know where to look pretty silly after the race trying to explain more we lost our denny's been here before he's been close to winning a title before it didn't work out like it should uh anything different plan for this time around mr hamid we've been at this point before where we've had wins going into the playoffs luck is kept us from championships in the pass and mistakes have kept us from championships in the past not many times has it been performance so uh i think you just got to put all those two things together and prepare for anything that can get thrown to you all right herman what do you think about what he had to say well is easy today after what he di last night to jump on the dini hamlin main wagon but those of you that heard pre and fast talk last monday night heard me say before he did all this that i believe that he would be the fourth contender race in for a championship at home state it it's that the sexy picks or you know the forty two in the seventy eight probably the eighteen and i say dini hammond eta's has a little bit of a a a look about him this year it is is he's kind of been quiet canada been under the rare all a little bit in anna he just been going to work in in in slowly getting better and in my opinion peaking at the right time so certainly with the momentum of last night uh that gives that team you know that much more pep in your step in and let's not forget.
"mr hamid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Give it's twenty minutes eight let's have some of the news chris aldridge many people are still missing following the huge fire which engulfed towerblock in north kensington early yesterday morning twelve people were known to have died ho firm is said to be unaccounted for firefighters worked through the night tackling pockets safar which was still burning latest report so they've reached the top floor of the twenty story building but have endured managed to search the whole block the most vulnerable residents will give an emergency accommodation overnight while others shelter the church holes and sports and community centres to resume able made political parties from northern ireland today a downing street shall discuss plans to restore power sharing at stormont and try to allay growing concerns about her attempt to secure the backing of democratic unionist mps in parliament the chancellor philip hammond will set out his vision for business friendly brexit when he delivers his annual mansion house speech in london tonight it's mr hamid desserts theresa may to change her approach to the negotiations on britain's departure after she lost her parliamentary majority he'll also guarantee funding for infrastructure the projects which currently bankrolled by european agencies president donald trump is reported to have become the subject of a criminal investigation into whether he sought to obstruct justice the special counsel robert muller is already investigating alleged russian interference in last year's us election us newspapers site sources saying mr mulder has expanded his inquiry to examine mr trump an eu abolishing roaming charges for people using mobile phones abroad comes into force today the new rules mean that citizens travelling within the eu will be able to call text and access the internet on mobile devices at the same price they.
"mr hamid" Discussed on FT Politics
"To give the labour party's campaign time to breathe to put it politely let the tours the toward press gathered teeth stuck in into labour north think george makes the key crucial point theresa may looks as if he's heading for huge personal mandate but what is the plan that she's going to implement and of course in the manifesto we might have a bit more detail on the domestic policy side of that plan but on the big question of the day brexit noone really seemed to now there was this wonderful moment yesterday when david cameron may have let the cat out of the bag unintentionally all maliciously we don't know by saying you have to vote conservative to allow tereza may to ditch the lunatic hard brexit says inside the tory party and that certainly not going to become clear whether that's the real game plan when they published the manifesto so a mandate yes but to do what we're not sure is quite bizarre seeing david coming back on the campaign trail with the old pullover and leaflets it was like the passive llosa how happen suss thing on may george is that the spit of falling out with philip hamon this has been womb it ever since the national insurance contributions to balco i'm ju in the budget but is been loss of luna swelling on westminster of big falling on over the manifesto with philip walton to take a more cautious restrained approach not wanting to tweak too much on spending and not have constraints on taxes whereas trees may chief stephanie timothy wants to go bowed and this is increased talk had after the election mr hamid might find himself out for job yup there's plenty of speculation about that nothing that is the defining in audie logical struggle with manifesto.
"mr hamid" Discussed on This American Life
"Back in england rachel's brother gunning steven call it was negotiating with pirates he spent eight months trying to work out a deal musset with pirate caught ali the final came to an agreement four hundred forty thousand dollars for rachel impulse freedom a contract was written up and signed and facts to always office in somalia supporters have offices and fax machines and then the day before rachel poet was scheduled to be released the pirates let steven talk directly to paul what we have right for rain poll to deliver money to the parts by train to a town show tomorrow at eleven o'clock here yes yes now claim they can't collect you then you will stay with mr hamid even tomorrow night in does yes he does now you're not hamid hayden is the district governor who lives in that go and he he's not a part i repeat is not apart well he's working on our side he's a good man and you can trust him i'm an added steve mentions who's the governor region in somalia were rachel held is actually american somali american he was born in mogadishu but spent half his life in minneapolis most people calling by his nickname t i mean steven says he is not a park i repeat please knock apart that's actually the question of the story t i took a public stand against piracy work to end piracy in his area right now he's locked up in a belgian prison he was arrested for piracy and for criminal organization.