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Kim Jong-un Vows to Boost North Korea’s Nuclear Capability as Leverage With Biden
"Leader Kim Jong UN has threatened to expand his nuclear arsenal in response to what he calls hostile American policy. North Korea has managed to significantly advance its arsenal despite being subject to strict economic sanctions. Mr Kim City summits with Donald Trump have also failed to lead to any significant deal. These remarks are likely aimed at applying pressure on President elect Joe Biden.
Kim Jong-un Opens Party Congress With Admission of Failures
"Jong Eun, has acknowledged his country's economic difficulties in a speech opening the ruling Workers Party Congress. Mr Kim said the most recent five year plan fell extremely short of the party's goals. With the latest for US Laura Becker. Reports from Seoul, Kim Jong until delegates that his economic goals had gone unfulfilled on the country's mistakes had to be boldly admitted. He emphasized the state message of self reliance, but it's unclear how he will overcome one of the country's bleakest years in decades. North Korea has kept its borders closed to prevent the spread of covert 19. The blockade has caused trade with me and ally and neighbor China to plummet by our own 80% devastating typhoons and floods have damaged homes and crops on the country remains under strict international sanctions. World needs from
Trump now says he does not know who Proud Boys are
"President trump's refusal during last night's debate to condemn white supremacists who backed his campaign is drawing rebukes from Joe Biden and GOP lawmakers asked if you'd specifically call out one white supremacist group known as the proud boys this was the president last night give me a name give me a white supremacist you can die problem SS and right product stand back instead bye bye didn't use different words today cease and desist on Capitol Hill I think in this specific music record because it directly because he did Mr Kim Scott the Senate's only black Republican the president later said he did not misspeak I don't know who the proud boys RB you ought to give me a definition because I really don't know who they are Sager mag ani Washington
North Korean leader thankful typhoon damage wasn't worse
"The North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN's has visited an area hit by typhoon body and called on farmers to minimize damage to this year's rice harvest. There were affairs, the storm would destroy crops, leading millions to go hungry. Mr Kim said The typhoon had caused less damage than
North Korean leader thankful typhoon damage wasn't worse
"The North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN, has visited area here to buy typhoon body and called on farmers to minimize damage to this year's rice office. There were affairs the storm were destroyed crops, leading millions to go hungry. Mr Kim said the typhoon had caused less damage than expected.
Kim Jong-un's absence from public life may be due to fear of contracting coronavirus, South Korean official says
"News south Korea's minister for north Korean affairs says Kim Jong moon may be missing from the public eye not because he's dead but beat because of fears of covert nineteen A. B. C.'s two he troll has more from Seoul south Korean top officials say north Korean leader Kim jong-un's absence from the public view may be in line with fears of the novel coronavirus in fact Pyongyang has scaled down major events and the south is confident that there are no unusual signs regarding Mr Kim's
"mr kim" Discussed on The CyberWire
"And joining me. Once again. Is Ben Yellen. He is from the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security. Also my co host on the caveat podcast Ben Great to have you back interesting Article Came by from Mash -able And this is something you and I have been talking about quite a bit over on caveat and that is the earned act which is Something making its way through Congress but It's gotten a response from the folks who make the signal APP which is end to end encryption Communications APP allows you to text and have audio conversations and video and so forth They're saying they may pull out of the US market. If this earn it act goes through a help us understand what's going on here. Sure so the earned act was introduced in the United States Senate. And you know you and I love Legislative acronyms eliminating abusive and rampant neglect of interactive technologies. Act of Twenty Twenty. They even included the word. It the acronym so that high praise absolutely. The bill has a bipartisan sponsors. And it basically is a way to make companies comply with best practices in terms of encryption based on the recommendations of a government-appointed commission. Now the way they will try to enforce these best practices is to remove the protections under section two thirty of the communications decency. Act as your listeners. Know and we've talked about the caveat that act as shields companies from liability based on what the users post on those applications or services if the earn it acts were to be an accidental law and the commission put together regulations that were critical of end to end. Encryption services like signal then signal could be subject to a number of lawsuits under section two thirty of the Communications Decency Act and what signal is saying is it would not be worth it for us to do business within the United States if we were subject to those lawsuits I think their fear is certainly a legitimate one. The commission is largely going to be at the direction of the attorney. General the Attorney General of the United States. William bar is a foremost One of the foremost critics of end to end encryption encryption generally he supports a back door for the government to access information he has his legitimate reasons behind it. This bill is intended to curb child abuse. Child pornography those types of things But he is very hostile to the concept of encryption and if he has his hand in putting these regulations together you know this is likely going to be something that signal will choose not to comply with because it would go against the mission of their messaging service and if they fail to comply they would be subjecting themselves to legal liability and would have to leave the market And they let their their users know about this In a long blog post basically said. Look if you enjoy our application you better start making some calls to your senators Right now this. Has BIPARTISAN SUPPORT? There is a lot of opposition among privacy groups. And we need you are users to make your voice heard to tell your members of Congress that you value our service value end to end encryption and you think earn it act is gonNA undermine that surface well in a lot of folks Make the point which which I think is correct. That encryption is is not exotic so if we're trying to protect ourselves from bad guys there's nothing keeping a bad guy from going off. Shore of the United States and finding some encryption some end to end encrypted APP. That's available somewhere else and making use of it right. And in that sense the sort of introduced a perverse incentive for people to use overseas applications applications. That you know aren't headquartered in the United States because as you say this. This encryption is going to excess. It's just whether you know. The commission rights into regulation that this type of encryption doesn't comply with the Commission's best practices and thus companies are going to be subjected to this flood of lawsuits. So I think you're right that any bad guy could find encrypted application. There are a lot of them out there especially those that originate outside of the United States. I think that's a large purpose for such widespread opposition to this piece of legislation in Congress. And I actually just commenting on that. Opposition it's interesting because for people who don't know a lot about digital privacy when you read the Plain Language of this act. It seems like a no brainer. You know we're trying to protect against child exploitation. Let's put best practices in place to ensure that you know the government can get bad guys if it needs to. So it's good that the that these privacy groups And you know some of these applications like signal that have a loyal user. Base are are getting their voices heard on this matter. I isn't it sort of That phrase best practices. Isn't that a bit loaded in this case it? Is You know. Best Practices as consultant. Speak so you know I'm always. I'm always wary of fat term. They're using best practices but when you're threatening to remove a liability shield not really best practices. It's more like do this year. Get sued so that's company Nice Company. You've got here abuse. Shame if anything were to happen to it exactly. Yeah like this is a good idea for you. It will be good idea for engage in these practices. Not You're going to be sued at business if you don't comply so yeah definitely is a loaded term all right. We'll bend yell and thanks for joining us. Thank you dave. And that's the cyber wire links to all of today's stories. Check out our daily briefing at the cyber wire dot com and for professionals in cybersecurity leaders. Who WANT TO STAY. 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"mr kim" Discussed on The CyberWire
Kim Jong Un may be trying to avoid coronavirus, South Korea says
"On so where in the world is Kim Jong moon questions continue all over the planet as south Korea's minister for north Korean affairs says Kim may be missing over fears of covert nineteen south Korean top officials say north Korean leader Kim jong-un's absence from the public view may be in line with fears of the novel coronavirus in fact Pyongyang has scaled down major events and the south is confident that there are no unusual size regarding Mr Kim's health officials here in Seoul also point out that north Korean state media continues to report news that suggests Kim
China's Leader To Meet Kim Jong Un In North Korea
"Till China's president Xi Jinping will embark on a state visit to North Korea at the invitation of Kim Jong UN the visit to take place, this Thursday and Friday correspondent Steven Jong has more. This is actually a long anticipated trip. Mr. she because remember, Mr Kim has. Visited China four times since becoming the supreme leader of North Korea. He had always invited Mr. Xi to return, visit Mr. she had always agreed to do so earlier on Monday when Chinese officials gave domestic media, a briefing on this trip, they were trying to frame this as an important milestone between Beijing, Pyongyang say, this is happening at a time when both sides are celebrating seventy years of formal relations, and it would enable both sides to strengthen strategic communication and defy traditional friendship. Now, they also mentioned North Korea's nuclear issue will be on the agenda between the two leaders discussions without giving much detail. Now the one country Chinese officials did nomination was the United States, Mr Kim, Mr. sheep, probably similar grievances against Donald Trump US president remember, Mr. Trump famously walked out on mister kin backing February. Doing there, some eight Hanoi because Mr. Trump didn't thing North Koreans were giving. Enough concessions to make a deal worthwhile. And from Mr. she's perspective. Mr. Trump's unreasonable demands had also caused a breakdown between the two countries ongoing trade negotiations. So they probably have both thinking they are dealing with the consequences of fickle US, president relations with the two communist allies continue to deteriorate, Stephen Jones,
North Korea Pulls Staff From Liaison Office, Sending South a Message
"North Korea has withdrawn from the enter Korean light liaison office, which was opened amid a warning of ties last year unification ministry in Seoul, said it regretted the decision and is urging south from the north to return as soon as possible it is a huge setback for South Korea's president moon. He hoped to act as an intermediary between Donald Trump and Kim Jong in to try to get denuclearization talks back on track after the field summit in Hanoi. The office was also a key part of the agreement reached between Mr Kim, Mr. at their first meeting in April last year. It's possible closure could indicate that Pyongyang is currently unwilling to talk to Seoul. And at the South Korean president may not have the diplomatic influence. He needs to get the US and North Korea back to
"mr kim" Discussed on Trumpcast
"After the fall of the Soviet Union. But we're now back at a point where all the Cold War rhetoric has returned all of these countries with nuclear weapons have modernization programs. Ours is gonna cost over a trillion dollars. And you know, Mr. Trump, and Mr Kim or doing this dangerous dance. Yeah. Close to the edge of the cliff. And you know, meanwhile, all of the stuff is happening with climate change. And it seems like no one is paying attention. And so the power of the doomsday clock is it's a very simple mechanism to draw. Attention. We are basically saying, hey, wake up their stuff happening that, you know, apart from all the scandal that we hear on a day-to-day basis. There are real developments long-term developments with. Nuclear weapons that are pretty troubling. It was interesting to me to learn that the doomsday clock is non quantitative in nature. It's a way of illustrating the relative safety or danger that the world finds itself in an starting conversations about those things that said that are things that factor into the setting of the doomsday clock. I should tell listeners it's two minutes to midnight let that sink in. And some of those things are treaties or meetings and expressions of openings of would be dialogue. There almost seemed to be a case to be made that Trump in wanting to form a friendship with Vladimir Putin. And with Kim might be moving the clock away from midnight that those things could be read as hideous as they are as dangerous seeming as they are at least the assumption of the clock on the bulletin was decades ago that a meeting is better than no meeting. I think you're right. I can't reveal exactly what goes into. Setting the clock or have to kill you with that physio material. Exactly we in addition to the nuclear portion, we're looking at climate change. We're looking at the risk of emerging technologies..
Two for the show: Trump meets Kim
"Starting tomorrow in Vietnam. North Korea's leader Kim Jong Hoon will meet with President Donald Trump for a second time. We're going to have a very interesting two and a half days in Vietnam. And we have a chance for the total de nuclearization of an area of the world that was very dangerous that may sound like a grand and concrete ambition, but there's some confusion as to what total denuclearisation really means. It seems that since the pair I met in Singapore last June. Mr. Trump has lowered his sights of it yesterday. He said he was not in a rush to denuclearization as long as North Korea. Does no more weapons testing. How much diplomatic progress has been made since that Singapore summit, and what the two sides expect to achieve this time around Kim to Donald Trump pledge to establish a PanAm peace regime on the Korean peninsula and to leave the fold you. Nuclearization of the peninsula, but they didn't really agree on what that meant for the past few months progress on any of those goals has been hampered by the fact that they haven't been able to agree on definitions of any of those things are sold bureau chief, Lena Schipper is in Vietnam ahead of the summit. Lena. What's the mood like in Vietnam? Well from what I could see on the road and from the airport. Everybody is extremely excited. This Vietnamese government we should say extremely excited. There are lots of American North Korean flags lining the road. They're all sorts of LED displays saying Hello. Welcome to noise such peace. So that can effort even though they didn't have very much time to Pat, what about your sort of home bureau, what what has the feeling in in Seoul. And so the mood is much less excited than it was before the Singapore. Some of the before Singaple you had the the to inter-korean summits that people very moved buying South Korea because you had. Kim's shaking hands across the dividing line in the demilitarized in the board of between North Korean South Korean people was very brilliant and hopeful and this time the mood was in is a lot more subdued. I think people have much lower expectations than they did in the run-up syncopal. Not very much as happened for few months there. The it's more wait-and-see. I think than it was. Some big promises were made at the last meeting, but since then not much as happened to fulfil them. What should the world expect this time around? I didn't think we should expect too much. Edward car is the economists deputy editor, but we have to see more than we saw from Singapore, which is really just a sort of handshake and a smile, so their various things that people are talking about one is an opening of liaison offices at the moment. There's no formal diplomatic contacts. There could be an opening of liaison offices in each other's capitals. It may be that North Korea is willing to shutdown temporarily or permanently its Yongbyon react to where a lot of immunity materials being created. It may be that they'll allow the inspection of its test site, which it said it's closing descend like significant Justice, but they're really less significant than they they see one high profile North Korean Coldham, like painting an old car for resale. These are really. Decrepit places 'institutions at all particularly useful to the north again on the other side in old even to get that far the United States may have to relax some sanctions. Now, this is a long way from eliminating the North Korean nuclear threat. But it is a movement of of some sort that is the the pointed question, do you believe that Mr Kim would ever completely denuclearize? I think it's unlikely, but he doesn't really have to listen to me, both America's intelligence services and more recently senior military commander in Asia. Have both said they think it's unlikely that North Korea will give up all its nuclear weapons. Their assessments is much more likely that careers willing to give up some weapons in exchange for a relaxation of sanctions, a recognition by the United States of the Kim regime, but Trump doesn't agree with that. And he called his security services naive and told them that they were totally wrong. And. There's a great deal to be had with North Korea, which he thinks has the opportunity become one of the fastest growing economies in the world. If only they tried so the discussion of denuclearization that came about during the Singapore meeting. What exactly does that mean? Well, I think that's a big problem because each side means different things by complete DeLuca is Asian the Americans made getting rid of all North Korea's nuclear weapons in a verifiable fashion. The North Koreans. We think mean getting rid of American troops as well as their own weapon. So it means getting rid of the entire threat to both career, which they would argue is the result of having US troops in South Korea protected by the US nuclear umbrella. So both sides in Singapore were able to agree on this formula because it meant fundamentally different things to each of them that at some points going to have to be resolved. This seems like a repeat of a situation the world seen before diplomatic attempts that result in North Korea getting concessions, but the west not getting the security that. Angling for that's possible. Certainly it's what many people think, but there is a difference. This time Kim Jong relatively young man around thirty would hope to have many decades in power. He has to think about what's what's the future? How can he survive for decades in power in lessee has economic growth? That's Mr. Kim's guarantee of maintaining power over decades. Yes. I mean, the economy is small and not doing terribly. Well, it'd be a long time before the economy can finance huge weapons expenditure. Even now devotes a massive show GDP to buy weapons, but it's clear that it's the technological level is conventional weapons is pretty rudimentary. So it depends to defend itself against the highly sophisticated weapons of his enemies all who thinks is enemies in in the region and the United States the way it defends itself against those visted weapons is with the nuclear deterrent will quite I mean, how do we escape the feeling that North Korea is? Getting more and more of it what it wants. But never any moves on on denuclearization. I think that's a hard question to answer. One thing that has been gained is that the haven't been more tests. So there's some feeling that for as long as north doesn't test than it's becoming slightly less dangerous is not completing the miniaturization of the warhead one hopes. And so there's a there's a feeling that perhaps. It's less dangerous if it's not testing, that's that's kind of some gain that the rest of the world is getting. But you're right. They have to think quite hard about how much they're willing to relax sanctions without seeing really concrete steps towards denuclearization. And the thing that's really key. I think some point the north is going to have to come up with a complete inventory of everything that it has. And we, you know, you'll know that it serious when the north has come out with his infantry Tillett does with just dancing around. Really? I mean, there is some sense that perhaps this is perhaps a bit of theater on. On both parts right on on Mr Kim, looking to to be seen to be getting concessions from the west Mr. Trump being seen to be a, you know tackling extremely thorny longstanding problem of diplomacy as it just the what is he's to make fun of some bits of it. The Trumpian tweets and of Trump's Egan's to be nominated for the Nobel peace prize. But I think there's something very serious at St. to the first of these is the north Trump was warned was a growing threat when he was coming into office. I and we've seen the cessation of tests. And that's something that's really worth having the second is that it's unacceptable to have North Korea able to hit the United States with a nuclear armed ICBM. No, president can stand for that. And so this something deadly serious here as well as the kind of grandstanding and the style in which Trump does. That's very Trumpian. But he is grappling with a fundamentally important issue for the security, nited states and for the security of the entire part of Asia.
Kim Jong Un leaves on train for Vietnam summit
"Thirty nine North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon is heading to Hanoi. Vietnam for a second summit with President Trump beginning this Wednesday, BBC news. Correspondent Laura bicker. Says Kim is currently on route was made just hours after Kim Dong in distinctive green and yellow armor train crossed over the border into China. The journey. Vietnam is expected to take up to sixty hours. He's thought to be traveling with his sister and one of his key negotiators the former general Kim Young toll there speculation that Mr Kim Wiltshire. Some key business sites in Vietnam ahead of the summit. The departure confirmed by North Korean state media is the first official acknowledgement that the talks are taking
S. Korean leader urges bolder steps from N. Korea and US
"South Korean president moon. Jae in has urged North Korea to take bolder disarmament measures that the United States should then reward suggesting Thursday, he wants harsh sanctions lifted so soul can eventually restart dormant on economic cooperation projects with its neighbor ABC. Correspondent Laura bicker has more president moon acknowledged that the agreement signed between the North Korean leader and President Trump in Singapore. Last year was some pot Vig. He also said there was skepticism that Kim Jong is concept of denuclearization is different to that demanded by the United States. But he said that Mr Kim had assured many foreign leaders that has definition is no different in any way. From what the international community demands. Mr. men told reporters he expected there which soon be news of high level talks to the pier for a second summit between Mr
"mr kim" Discussed on KCRW
"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm David Greene. The third season of the sitcom Kim's convenience debuted last night on the CBC in Canada. The first two seasons are available in the US on Netflix. Now, the show focuses on the Kim's a Korean immigrant family that owns a convenience store in downtown Toronto. It is Canada's first ever show with an all Asian lead. Cast NPR's actually western has more on this one of a kind sitcom Kim's convenience is not your typical show about Asian immigrants. Mr Kim, are you homophobic? Roger what what are you doing in? The first episode Mr Kim played by Paulson who has been accused by a customer of being homophobic for refusing to put up a gay pride parade poster in a store, but Mr Kim, honestly, just thinks the poster is ugly and that parades are knowing and to prove it. He comes up with a clever ploy on the fly. I'm not a homo homo Pettit. You I'm a homo. Then why why do I keep a discount the episode takes off from there into a humorous look at stereotyping the first two seasons of Kim's convenience take on everything. From running a convenience store to class issues in Korean church to generational differences between immigrant parents and their children at the start of season three daughters. Janet, an aspiring photographer. Played by Andrea bang wants to change her name these websites to Kim Jong. Yes. Me you Kim Jan net too. That's my English name. This is my new unique Korean name. It means Justice treasurer who keeps you name it. I need it to stand out because my parents gave me a super boring English name came in with an idea. Right. What you know, that's ins Choi who had adopted his play Kim's convenience into the show. My father is a pastor. He used to be a pastor of a immigrant church in downtown Toronto all my friends growing up in the eighties nineties their parents own convenience stores. And I wanted it to be funny. My family's funny Paul soon. Humanly has played Mr Kim or oppa meaning father and Korean both on stage and on TV and no he doesn't really have a Korean accent. I read the first two scenes, and my heart it exploded. Because that was my upper, and I'd I'd never heard him represented that way before and it was like a key turning my head and his voice just started coming out used to be spared. See all e danger.
"mr kim" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"But that we actually protect their retirement. I tend not to be an education governor, but the public education governor, and we can pay for this in part by repealing the private vouchers that are currently draining one hundred million dollars from our budget. Thank you so much with two minutes left in this. Debate quickly. Give me your views twenty seconds each of you on criminal Justice reform mister met. I think my of being the governor would be to issue a proclamation to stop police and law enforcement from arresting people for possession of small amounts of cannabis for personal consumption that would clog the court system, it would reduce the fear and the youth that would cause them to shoot a police officer for fear of being arrested. Furthermore, we also need to go through and teach our jurors how to be a good juror by acquitting people of a crime. That has no victim we can unclog the court system. And and that's a great. Thank you. Thank you, Mr. met, Mr Kim twenty certainly support the good work of of governor deal in the legislature on criminal Justice reform. I think in the future, though, our next step is to have robust public safety reform, which includes my two plans to stop and dismantle. Gangs and to go after drug cartels. There's is not a more important issue to myself for my wife Marty in the father of three teenage daughters and to keep our family safe. And that is exactly what I will do is your governor. Thank you, so much, Mr. Kemp, miss Abrahams, twenty seconds, please we have done great work under governor Nathan deal and criminal Justice reform, but we're not done yet. We need to decriminalize being poor in the state of Georgia. That means decriminalizing certain traffic offenses, we need to make certain that we lowered the age at which juvenile can be treated agrees and agent, which do and I'll be can be treated as an adult. But we also have to do the work of transition. Those were coming out of our prisons and going back into our communities needs the support of housing and access to jobs, and we have to have stronger public safety and community safety. That's why I wanna make certain there are local law enforcement those county sheriff's. The funding today. In fairness, I have to interrupt one. Final question tonight from Mr. Bill. This is a yes, no question because we're short on time governor deal just today announced a special session after the election designer ROY Moore hurricane relief. But lawmakers will also get the chance to make permanent jet fuel tax break for delta and other air carriers. Yes, or no. Would you support that tax break mismatch you? I know. Yes. Yes. Now time come for closing statements from each of our candidates Stacey Abrams. You get the first closing statement this evening. I wanna thank Jordan's for tuning in and listening to this conversation. There's a lot of disagreement about who we are. But there is no disagreement in my mind about where we need to go. This is a state that needs to move forward. The needs to recognize that we all deserve to live in a place where everyone has the freedom and the opportunity to thrive and the only candidate not only with a strong record a bipartisan leadership, but with clear comprehensive specific plans about what we do next educating our children from cradle to career investing in our small businesses, especially those that can't access Bank loans, making sure that we are creating new jobs through advanced energy. There were strengthening our agricultural sector and hospitality sector. But that we're bringing new jobs that we are supporting our LOC local law enforcement by making sure that those who are protecting as their lives can put food on their tables, and we have to expand, Medicaid, that's creating five hundred thousand new jobs. It's putting money into communities. I learned the values of family, faith, service and responsibility for my parents, and those are the values I will take when eilly Georgia and humbly ask for your vote miss Abrams. Thank you so much. Ted Mets, please give us your closing statements. Thank you. I am here before you to ask for your vote. This is going to be a runoff anyway. If you're tired of the two party system and the two party tyranny of the oligarchs running the planet than a vote for me as a protest vote to show them that you're sick and tired of the same old stuff. Basically being libertarian is leave me alone. Don't tell me what to do. And don't steal my stuff. I'm running to end corruption. Also to hold government accountable and to lower taxes. There's lots of ways to do that by stuffing government back inside of his constitutional constraints. Many people forgotten that the constitution is about holding government accountable to a small group of functions which include an equal playing field. Making sure that everyone has equal protection under the law as well as providing protection for our property and for our happiness, and we don't get that out of the government anymore. Government is in everything that we do and everything that we do has to have permission for government as time to stop Mr. Mets. Thank you. Brian Kip in his your turn this. This election is a fight for our future. My opponent is run. The most dishonest campaign Jordan's have ever seen. And here's why she's lying about my record to hide her extreme agenda. She wants higher taxes bigger government a single payer radical government takeover of health care and those are her moderate positions. She also wants to get taxpayer benefits, welfare and free college tuition to those here illegally, and she's even asking illegals to vote for her in this rice, not even California is that liberal, but with your vote you can end this. Craziness and as governor I'll invest in public education and give teachers race I'll cut taxes and lower healthcare costs, and I'll continue to streamline government fight for our conservative values, including our second amendment. Protect the hope scholarship and keep our classroom safe for our children. This race is about the soul of our future. And I'd be honored to have your thank you to all of you. You can exhale. Now, we got through the our everyone, give yourself a round of applause. That concludes our debate we like to remind voters at election day is Tuesday November six and early voting has begun. Our thanks to the candidates and to the panel of journalists who took part tonight when thank you..
Bono Loses His Voice During U2 Concert in Berlin and Ends Show Early
"Hello I'm Eileen. McCue with the BBC news the defense department has said it seeking to divert three hundred million dollars in aid destined for Pakistan to other urgent priority areas after his Lama bad failed. To act against militant groups Islamabad denies that it. Provides safe havens. Two militants his nourish cautious United States has been very frustrated Pakistan's inability to take. Any action against militant groups some of these groups are supported United, States alleges by. The Pakistan's powerful military intelligence if you remember at the start of two thousand eighteen President Trump accused Pakistan
Mr Kim, BBC and Minister Avigdor Lieberman discussed on BBC World Service
"York Hello welcome back to the thought. Show on the BBC World Service with me Beth psycho Vinson and me I'm a Bishop coming up what's the. Correlation between, the size of a man's testicles and how he sounds, plus female friendships why do some just dissolve and how can social media helps strengthen. These bonds that's coming up in a moment but first the news BBC. News with Neil newness supporters of Zimbabwe's presidential rivals are being urged to wait in. Peace for the election results appeals come after deadly streets? Crashes, involving protesters who alleged Monday's vote is being rigged President Trump has thanked, the, North Korean leader Kim. Jong for allowing the presumed. Remains of American soldiers killed in the Korean war to be returned to the United States Mr.. Trump said he had thank Mr Kim for what he called his nice letter and so do you look forward. To seeing, him soon The Congolese ex militia. Leader and former vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba is expected to find his candidacy for December's presidential elections. Mr. Banda was acquitted in June of war crimes charges at the international criminal court the health ministry in. The Democratic Republic of Congo says a team, of twelve experts will arrive in Beni today to send up a mobile laboratory to help deal with the latest outbreak in. The northeast of the country the World Health Organization has already started moving personnel and. Supplies to the area which is an active conflict zone The Israeli defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman has ordered another halt in fuel and gas shipments to. Gaza he said the decision had been taken in view of what he called the continued Tara of incendiary balloons A Japanese newspaper alleges that the Tokyo Medical University altered test results of female, applicants to restrict the number of women students it's adjusted the discrimination aimed to keep the percentage to. About thirty on the basis that after qualifying any female doctors quit when they married and had children study has. Suggested a link between abstinence from alcohol in middle age and developing dementia in later life the. Researchers found that people who drink over the recommended limits are also at an increased risk BBC world news Hello you're listening to the thought show on the BBC World Service with me Beth sake offense, I'm with me I'm a Bishop coming up how does social media affect female friendships some people think. Is a blessing and others that it's a curse but why is this and could it all down to miscommunication But first how do you make statistics, more accessible we're. Used to hearing. Politicians the media quite various. Figures and percentages but are these relatable? And do they actually let us visualize the situation the more or,.
Reports: Israeli court suspends razing Bedouin hamlet
"Bbc world service hello this is the bbc news a few mcdonald one of the rescuers in thailand helping twelve young footballers and their coach who are trapped in a flooded cave has died the man lost consciousness on his way back from delivering supplies jonathan head has the details the first person to die during this operation was a former navy diver who volunteered to support the effort to rescue the boys the authorities say petty officer summoned gounon was making the difficult five hour journey back from supplying the cave with the boys and their coach have been trapped for the past two weeks when he became unconscious and could not be revived the navy says it's divers will continue their mission today they will try to take a communication line and a pipe carrying oxygen into the cave where the oxygen levels have dropped the united states is due to impose tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of imports from china as the world's two biggest economies move towards a food blown trade war levies of twenty five percent would be imposed on goods including aircraft parts and semiconductors china has warned that it will immediately take retaliatory measures british wherever swannee reports at the heart of this trade war is us president donald trump's insistence that china has been unfed in its trade practices and he wants to reset the balance beijing says that's not true and with these actions it says the us is opening fire on the entire world including itself what china means is that these tariffs will effectively make goods for consumers everywhere more expensive economists say global trade and global growth could be affected if hostilities between both sides continue japanese media say seven members of a doomsday cult which carry data deadly nerve gas attack on the tokyo subway in one thousand nine hundred five have been executed shukor sahara the leader of the ocean rescue group was among those hanged after years on death row thirteen people died in the attack and thousands were hurt the us secretary of state mike pompeo was flown to north korea for the first time since its leader kim jong un president trump last month mister pompeo is under pressure to produce evidence that pyongyang is taking steps towards denuclearization this report from morocco roy at the singapore summit last month that kim gentleman set to president trump that he's committed to denuclearization of the korean peninsula but that doesn't necessarily mean that he's ready to give up his nuclear weapons and according to us intelligence officials they have evidence that he's still upgrading the infrastructure for its nuclear missile programs the declaration in singapore was so vague that this may know violate anything mr kim committed to but it adds to speculation about his sincerity in peace talks bbc news the controversial head of the us environmental protection agency scott pruitt has blamed what he calls unrelenting attacks against him and his family for his decision to resign mr pruitt is the subject of about a dozen official inquiries into allegations of lavish spending and conflicts of interest chris butler sent this report from washington president trump has promised to drain the swamp and clean up washington but a series of stories about one of his own senior officials real concerns about how government money and staff were being used scott pruitt had become a hit figure for campaigners because of his removal of regulations for manufacturing and energy companies however the new temporary head of the environmental protection agency is himself well for former co lobbyist and the white house will be looking for a permanent successor who also prioritizes business a series of explosions the fireworks steppuhn near mexico city is killed at least twenty four people and injured about forty others video on social media issues a huge cloud of smoke over the site in to check the biggest blast places police and firefighters arrived at the scene emergency workers are among the casualties the israeli supreme court suspended the planned demolition of a bedouin village in the occupied west bank the court's decision came after a lawyer acting for the villagers launched an appeal the israeli government was given sixties to respond on wednesday more than thirty people were injured when palestinian protestors clashed with israel's really security forces after they moved in bulldozers to destroy the villagers makeshift homes japan's meteorological agency has warned that it expects more torrential rain to batter central and western areas of the country over the weekend the rainfall described by the agency as historic has caused widespread flooding and landslides at least.
"mr kim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"United states in north korea to work towards the denuclearization of the korean peninsula there is no mention of the words verifiable or it advisable nor are there signs of the bold steps promised by the us secretary of state mike pompeo the two sides have promised to hold followup talks and work on efforts to build lasting and stable peace regime that is also not the peace treaty mr kim was hoping for bought this is at least a start the image will be of usually at a cliff north korean leader shaking the hand of the united states president the summit was how to define star hotel in singapore before the meeting both men appeared together smiling in front of a display of american and north korean flags they then went on to hold onetoone discussions with only their interpreters present it was the first meeting between a sitting us president and the leader of north korea less than a year ago the two men were exchanging insults and threatening each other's countries with annihilation mr trump branded mr kim little rock ban on a suicide mission the north korean leader had described the us president as a mentally deranged otani now washington hopes the summit will kick start a process that will eventually lead to the denuclearization of north korea campaigners are worried the north rights violations are being glossed over you're listening to world news from the bbc a charity shape which rescued more than six hundred migrants in the mediterranean has yet to begin its journey to spain the aquarius has been stranded after italian and maltese authorities refused to allow the migrants to come ashore in their territories the people on board have been supplied with fresh provisions by the maltese navy and the italian authorities all always vermont who's the medicine song frontier coordinator on the aquarius told the bbc what was happening maybe she maybe she won coastguards italian coast guard ships coming now from dow both to to to arrive on unseen and then we their intention is all three ships so these two sheep and our would say to to spain house of the uk parliament the house of commons is about to begin two days of debate on the withdrawal dell the.
"mr kim" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Kunar more american than a tim hortons double double who the hell's tim cure in kunar country i feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point and by the way i'm hoping for it because i think one way you get rid of trump is crashing economy so please bring on the recession sorry if that hurts people but it's either roofer recession or you lose your democracy now they're openly rooting many on the left for an economic recession crash because they want trump to be defeated this is how desperate they are to bring this president down six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight let me throw one more quick log on the fire so we are now seven and a half hours approximately seven and a half hours away from the historic summit between president trump and little rocket man little rock at the man has now been driving around singapore kidding he's looking for a mcdonald's he's heard about mcdonalds he wants to stuff his face with mcdonald's so i don't know what he finally found the mcdonald's i don't know what he ate but you know probably at least three big macs and a large french fry okay knowing him but anyway after he stuffed his face at mcdonalds what is to me incredible is he's now taking a late night jaunt around singapore and he's going to all the top part tourist attractions and destinations everywhere he's going he is being greeted like a rockstar thousands of people are lining up taking pictures of him chanting mr kim mr cam mr kim you have people taking selfies with him i i don't know like he's i don't know like he's the second coming of elvis presley or something i and i'm thinking is he's a mass murderer he's one of the most brutal ruthless dictators in the world who systematically starves half his population to death and you're cheering this guy on you want to take pictures with him has the world gone nuts i in other words he's being faded and celebrated as he's walking around the streets of singapore and you have the liberal left in this country that's rooting for the summit to fail in many ways they are siding with cam over trump they prefer rocket man to trump that's how extreme there trump derangement syndrome is their hatred for this president is but you know i'm just asking myself a very simple question.
"mr kim" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Reason for that was just so that it wasn't clear which one kim turned himself would be on perhaps that's what's happening on the way back as well so i believe that it's a it's a twelve hour time difference between the east coast in the us and singapore which means the meeting starts tonight right eastern time technically tomorrow that's rising nine pm eastern and then the whole issue here obviously centers on denuclearization but the us wants kind of an all at once approach verifiable irreversible denuclearization in north korea is saying this needs to be a phased approach is is that still what we know going in yeah i think those are the basic tuitions and whether or not there's been any in bridging that gap is something that we still don't know yet simply because actually didn't sitting in a conference room at the ritz carlton hotel all day today these are senior officials from both sides about trump and kim themselves of course but there presumably trying to hash out final details here all right so mr trump seems to have watered down expectations well seven weeks ago the us isn't going to be satisfied if you've been a complete nicaragua's asian but just a few days ago he seemed to suggest that look this is i get to know you meeting which is a process that we're starting and if that is the lowering expectations and yeah that that that does appear to be wouldn't thought about for mr kim has has he said his own expectations well north korea has not been terribly forthcoming about exactly what they're aiming for but most experts think that what they want is they want recognition as a nuclear state that is to say we have nuclear weapons we've completed our program and we don't expect to give them up we expect you to come to grips with the reality of our status and they can do that potentially by finding a peace treaty with the us that preserves their nuclear weapons and i think for many people that that that is a potential fear those who don't want north korea to be acknowledged as a nuclear state speaking live this morning with the wall street journal's jonathan chang who is in singapore for the trump kim summit how about best case and worst case scenarios well the worst case scenario is probably pretty pretty clear that.
Trump retracts his endorsement of G7 final statement
"Plus the ukrainian asked to kill a russian i finished my soup called a taxi and wants to kill by chengkuo well that's all coming up here on this edition of weekend i the world news i'm stewart macintosh with the bbc news hello the g seven summit in quebec has ended in disarray after president trump retracted his endorsement of the final communique mr trump tweeted to say he was reacting to comments made by the canadian prime minister his james robbins this is an astonishing reversal by president trump i he reluctantly agreed to accept a joint closing statement on trade negotiated word by word the apparent consensus was announced by the g seven summit host the canadian prime minister justin trudeau he said he was happy with the outcome but mr true also said canada would go ahead with retaliatory measures next month in response to the terrorist the americans had unjustly applied canadians he said we're polite we are reasonable but we also will not be pushed around mr trudeau called the tariffs insulting that infuriated donald trump in a series of tweets from air force one he accused mister trudeau of making false statements president trump is now heading to singapore for a summit on tuesday with the north korean leader kim jong un reports said mr kim is also on his way laura bicker reports on his way to singapore donald trump described the summit as a mission of peace but he admitted that the two leaders were in unknown territory this will be the first time a sitting us president has met enorthfield ian leader and a summit usually comes at the end of a long diplomatic process rather than at the start of one the on both sides of the border hope this new approach me at least have a chance of persuading mr kim to disarm on that the two sides can work towards the peace treaty that has alluded them for nearly seventy years the man who was asked to murder the russian journalists are cardi bob chingkuo in kiev has defended his role in the subsequent fate to murder in an exclusive interview with the.
Mr Kim, European Union and Trump discussed on The Troubleshooter
"Singapore the meeting comes after two days of negotiations between mr kim and secretary of state mike pompeo who reported good progress has been made in talks revived the on again off again nuclear summit rich rachel the european union reacting to new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum you trade commissioner cecilia malmstrom says the terrorists must be opposed by the world trade organization and is calling on e u nations to tax us exports can do so we have the right to do so i think we we we must do so as well to show that we cannot just take these tariffs and standard silent and we do not accept these kind of of of of post illegal tariffs president trump implemented the tariffs against the european union canada and mexico president trump is short time ago touting numbers from today's jobs report with three point eight percent unemployment just announced and another all time record low african american unemployment hispanic unemployment at an all time low oh in history the president was speaking at a coastguard change of command ceremony in washington a two day manhunt in tennessee for a suspect in the shooting death of a deputy is over stephen wiggins has taken into custody this morning dickson county sheriff's sergeant daniel baker was shot and killed wednesday while investigating report of a suspicious car officials say wiggins was found lying on the side of the road not far from where that shooting occurred fox news.
"mr kim" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"About a country which appears to have procured after thousands unlikely over ten thousand centrifuges or their parts so the scales if totally different and this'll only about centrifuge h e u highly enriched uranium program we have plutonium we have who arranged bus missiles chemical weapons programme biological weapons programs we have no credible information but they had the capabilities so we took out i'll leave you a model that rewards ask her the socalled the cpi complete verifiable erie irreversible disarmament we were just talking about the scale of nine months intensive part lebron disarmament process to only nine months from january through september two thousand but in the case of north korea i'm not aware of any experts who expecting to see their intensive parts of the summit to be completed in less than five years they're diesel imperial may takes over more than five years maybe prison trump may not be there and i'm sure primis how they will not be there so how do you assure mr kim jong that we're going to reward you after all disarming process and i'm sure that my successors and by the way youth congress fisher golfer carry on this commitment i think it's a very big pill for mr jones to swallow once in a people completely forget about is i hear so many concerns about north korea our proposal will step by step approach enabling this creating gauging salami slice cutting negotiation techniques and we should be killed about that i understand that but there is a significant difference about the situation in north korea north korea today and ten years ago today those career is wrapped literally by layers of sanctuary james sanction regimes us sanctuary james you sanctuary james and other regimes we have solve any sanctuary james surrounding north korea but now currently we have only discussion about whether we do nothing until the total definitive completed or everything up after the total disarmament so this this advantage which didn't the goal we have we only basically talking to this.
Paris conference seeks political roadmap for lawless Libya
"Development of existentialist thinking and feminism her views advanced considerably towards group solidarity and action after france was occupied in world war two she was still selling revolutionary newspapers on street corners in her sixties and politically active till she died and then remained controversial afterwards i'll be joined by a biographer of simone de beauvoir a close friend of hers and a leading philosopher to examine this fascinating enigmatic character so please join us after the news bbc news hello i'm gary spano a close aide of the north korean leader kim jong un is reported to be on his way to the united states kim yong shows visit could be another sign that preparations for a summit between north korea and the united states are moving ahead laura bicker is in so kim yang chow was seen boarding a flight to the us according to the news agency yonhap although his exact destination isn't yet clear he's really far from kim jong inside he was on both of his trips to china and during his meetings with the south korean president moon jaein mr kim has also met the us secretary of state mike pompeo in pyongyang he is the regime's former spy chief and a key strategist if north korea and the us are to reach any deal on denuclearization he will have a major part to play a conference aimed at agreeing a roadmap to reunify libya is being held in paris today fronts hopes the two sides will will commit themselves to hold nationwide elections roger walker has more details under president emmanuel mccall has tried to expand its role as a peacemaker in libya nastier mr mac hall convene rare talks between fires suraj who heads the un backed unity government in western libya and the militia leader holly hunter whose forces dominate the east of the country the two men will feature prominently at the paris conference but there has been criticism of the format the international crisis group an ngo which works to prevent and resolve conflicts said negotiating through individual personalities without ensuring a broader consensus was likely to be counterproductive the hungarian government is placing a new set of laws before parliament today targeting civil rights groups which help silom secrets the legislation could make printing leaflets with information for asylum seekers and offering them food or legal advice.
"mr kim" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"Mr trump and to shift the burden of the summit back to mr kim whose deputies surprised the white house last week with aggressive language that suggested unilateral nuclear disarmament was a dealbreaker for the high level talks despite the doubts that president kept the door open for the summit and sure enough he pulls out of the deal and now he's still open to it of course but it says you know you gotta you gotta just simply agree to my terms again i ain't gonna meet you unless you agree to my terms which is exactly the right response and now the price surprise the north koreans have expressed a newfound interest in the meeting again you know mr kim you cannot play donald trump you cannot fool him you thought you could but it just didn't work and this is what you can expect this is the greatness of donald trump you don't you don't have to like his brashness you can pick his tweets are a little off color whatever that's fine you're entitled to your opinion but you know what that same brashness is the very thing that allows him to understand the difference between good and evil and how to deal with evil at the same time i want donald trump in my camp there are many times i work with co counsel for example and they are tough tough tough and i find myself saying boy i'd hate to be on the other side of litigation with you i'm glad you're on my side right we we have that many times in life i'm glad you're on my side and i'm glad that donald trump is on my side and if you if you hate north korea and what it does and if you hit iran for what it does and you he evil generally speaking you should be really damn well pleased donald trump is your president how about that.
"mr kim" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"And the weather is looking bit overcast above the above norfolk here at the moment it is going to be cloudy with rain in the south there will be some spot sunny spells around but with scattered heavy showers two you're listening to you today i'm ready forward ceremony nate robinson at twenty five to nine neal's liters a summary of the news the north korean leader kim jong un has met the chinese president xi jinping in beijing on his first known foreign trip since he assumed power seven years ago china's mr kim told president xi jinping that he was committed to denuclearization the government wants to introduce a deposit return scheme in england on drink containers later this year people would get their money back when they recycle their cans or bottles theresa may has had the government must adopt two more coordinated response to counter threats to britain's security she said the uk's enemies needed to know that all resources available would be used to deal with them the high court will give ruling today on a legal challenge against the parole board's decision to groups the release of the serial sex offender john wall boys two of his victims have said the decision was floored new research suggests that a third of car owners in britain would never buy an electric vehicle the survey was carried out by the motor industry body the im i the government aims to ban the sale of all new diesel and petrol vehicles by twenty forty thank you now it is now twenty four and has denied since becoming leader of north korea seven years ago kim jong un has never traveled abroad until now that is just being revealed by the.
"mr kim" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Is especially in the kim jongun and communist tradition is that the top hass to agree and then send the message clearly that the underlings must follow so the key is if mr kim jongun feels he can work with mr trump we may actually have more progress than if the junior middle late middle niddle and junior staff alexei mid level senior staff were to be negotiating for years and years um also when we had it's also a um misleading for mr trump to claim that he's come the closest because president bill clinton came very close to a peaceful recognition peaceful reconciliation with north korea and what they did also was used top level people including secretary of state albright and the north korean send their vice marshal to'mild knock to the united states and met who met with bill clinton in the white house in his north korean military uniform it's much easier for north koreans to get direction from the top yeah so in that sense i think we are overplaying this summit as a reward concept okay ethan f seen mood chime in here because i i hear what catherine moon saying but i'm also still interested in this idea in this notion or idea or question i should say of whether or not we can get actual concrete steps or promises in to lay the groundwork before uh this you know the the summit between trump and kim jongun watches assume there is all sorts of furious of back and forth going on now i would i would i would hope so especially it's kind of interesting that north korea officially of course has remained completely mom on this i mean the the only way we know publicly about this invitation is purely through south korea of nor three hasn't said anything but assuming that it is going forward.
"mr kim" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"The exclusive provider of all the prescriptions for the members of congress mike kim is the owner of grubbs pharmacy he appreciates the uniqueness of what he gets to do he gets to fill the pill bottles of all of the revered lawmakers and he's used to knowing all the nittygritty details about the medicinal needs of these schumer's and pelosi's in the mcconnell's of congress no big deal he told a reporter this week at first it's cool now think why would this guy say this why would he say this to a reporter knowing that there will be consequences to his business at first first it's cool and then you realize i'm filling drugs that have some pretty serious health problems attached to them and these are the people running the country and quote what kind of problems are we talking about according to kim just your run of the mill serious health problem lim's like quote diabetes and alzheimer's well all alls alzheimer's quote it makes you kind of sit back and say while they're making the highest laws in the land and they might not even remember what happened yesterday and quote kim took some flak for his russian that he fills alzheimer's medicine prescriptions for some members of congress later he did do some backtracking say that the illness the would that he listed was meant his a hypothetical i am not aware of any member that actually has alzheimer's and it would certainly not disclose any information if i did know except he just basically did that as their employer we have a right to know about the people who are running our country why would mr kim say these things why it's sad that some may have actual health problems but we have a right to know if any member of congress or the senate doesn't exactly remember what might have happened yesterday mm you are listening to the glen how man so i had a friend right to me uh just this morning and he said i was listening your show yesterday and he said who see if i have this i'm paraphrasing here you talk about a killing a soul i know that so go to line a lotta tech people take with a but the.
"mr kim" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The only things that can potentially force kim jong un is to rethink is if the chinese are willing to cut off the economic lifeline used to north korea and kim undestands knees political system and parore tease and at the moment diplospeak is that the chinese government will not do so you suggesting that china has the potential to cut up everthing including crude oil its food supplies it's it's it's lifeline but if the chinese government would like to do that they can do so china is accountable was eletrical ninety percent also important export for north korea but the north korean trade is a very small percentage of chinese as a whole to the chinese can't take the heat at relatively low paint and could that backfire well we never know what mr kim will do it is a regime that twenty years ago was path to stop off a significant percentage of his population and so they can do it again but then it will make the whole a commitment to nuclear and missile program that much more difficult very high stakes indeed mr saying thank you you're welcome steve saying is the director of the university of london's china institute we reach him in london in the next half hour we will speak to a seismologist who tells us why north korea's latest test of what does appear to be a hydrogen bomb is a gamechanger the strict keys have lived in their house and found a third nova scotia four ten years now abruptly the family of four is homeless because of an unexpected event early sunday morning we reach heather's tricky in windsor nova scotia.
"mr kim" Discussed on The Economist Radio
"America's armed forces for all their might cannot reliably neutralize the north korean nuclear threat before mr kim has a chance to retaliate the task would be difficult even if the pentagon had good intelligence about north korea it does not it is better to contain them provoke and president trump should act accordingly he should affirm that a nuclear attack by north korea on america or one of its allies will immediately be matched mr kim cares about his own skin he enjoys the life of a dissolute deputy living in a palace and with the power to kill all bed any of his subjects if he were to unleash a nuclear weapon he would lose his luxury isn't his life so what his cronies that means they can be deterred from one sordid situation we move onto another but this time the topic is rubbish china is one of the world's most fervent importers of recycled waste but it seems who have lost its taste for foreign trash this could disrupt a global trade worth billions of dollars as an article in our china section explained china dominates international trade in many goods that few more than waste for recycling it sucked in more than half the world's exports of scrap copper and waste paper in 2016 and half of its used plastic all in all china spent over eighteen billion dollars on imports of rubbish last year and while china likes to take it all in other countries like america have a lot to dish out in 2016 nydia quota of america's biggest exporters by volume where recyclers of paper plastic or metal.
"mr kim" Discussed on KOIL
"See that border the biggest problems well you know nuclear war we're always worried about nuclear war because we always hear about north korea we always hear about problems with north korean problems with china and problems with russia and the as yet let me know that's always on our minds on whether or not you know kim he i'm laughing because mr kim out there in north korea so he was going to bomb us today he said he's got fire a missile in hit us today didn't happen and that could have told you would have no but i wouldn't i had my fingers crossed in a one of those things but yeah he said he was going to do that to us today didn't happen though but see one of the things though that tom i think is being used more so than than gets the spotlight is biological warfare or at least chemical warfare we hear about a lot in syria uh you know and you know between that in the biological gui engineering that happens with release of mosquitoes into the environment in releasing moths littered the you know and and flies that are genetically modified this is an issue that the borders on he aid mortars on biological warfare it really does because we don't know that he would know oversight we don't know what's happening we did the show back on was the 20second we do show called franken bugs in a it was back when they were talking about dumping all these genetically modified mosquitoes into fresno fresno california and i think the camp trail thing that gmo thing you're chemicals that i mean the talks city and the fog the we are in right now i mean the general conspiracy theorist will say that became trail problem has been created by our own government visit us and there's a reason why the conspiracy theorists say this is because the history will indicate that our own military conducted poison cloud experiments similar to what we have seen in the places like syria and and other places where we've seen weapons turned on their people there are more documents that are being released that openly talked about operation sea spray a top secret aerosol biological experiment that's what that was he was a it was conducted by.
"mr kim" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"We see that what are the biggest problems well it out nuclear war were always worried about nuclear war because we always your about north korea we always hear about problems with north korean problems with china and problems with russia it's yeah and we know that's always arm i do whether or not you know kim he i'm laughing because mm mr kim out there in north korea said he was going to bomb us today he said he's got fire a missile in hit us today didn't happen america told you an avid yoga but i wouldn't you know i had my fingers crossed in one of those things but yeah he said he was going to do that to us today didn't happen though but see one of things though oh that dumb i think is being used more so than event than gets the spotlight is biological warfare or at least chemical warfare we hear about a lot in syria uh you know i and the you know between that in the biological geo engineering that happens with releasing mosquitoes into the environment in releasing moths that are you know and and flies that are genetically modified this is an issue that the borders on it borders on biological warfare it really does because we don't know with any would know oversight we don't know what's happening we did the show back on moving was a 20second would you show called franken bugs in a it was back when they were talking about dumping all these genetically modified mosquitoes into fresno fresno california and i think that kim trailed thing that gmo thing you're chemicals that i mean the talks city and the fog the we are in right now i mean the general conspiracy theorist will say that the kim trail problem has been created by our own government to poisoner does it is a reason why the conspiracy theorists say this is because he history will indicate that our own military conducted poison cloud experiments similar to what we have seen in the places like syria and and other places where we've seen weapons turned on their people there are more documents that are.