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"mr mosque" Discussed on HASHR8
"You're going to be shamed by or you're gonna be taxed higher on your on your bitcoin mining earnings or some shit like. I wonder how they're gonna try to fuck in. They're is something to try to. They're going to try to get control. That's what they always do. Is everyone everyone that gets involved in. Bitcoin gains any kind of power. Any kind of value growth right which is mostly everybody that hangs around. It's like they all begin to try to control it and they they start to fight really hard when they no matter how powerful they get. They can't control bitcoin and so then they get to this point where they get together to get other people who think they're powerful and then all of us together then bit bitcoin to listen to bitcoin's not gonna them you know until the consensus until the entirety of the network gets together and says yeah this is worth having consensus on It's not gonna care. And so i think that they're just you know it's good to write a news story about. No likable billionaires are getting together and having you know talking about putting together. Bitcoin mining councils and i'm sure there's somebody out there. I talk about somebody. Dying to be like the first chairperson of that council like they just they just want it so bad like please. Mr mosque levy be the chairperson. But like it's just it's a frigate jared's fiat council avenue. Get rid of your chairs now. I definitely agree. There's a it's an interesting optics are rounded. I think at the end of the day. Everyone wants sustainable. Bitcoin mining But it can't come at the cost of destroying energy consumption energy leads to a lot of blessings in life and just like chopping on office. Like cutting off your own arm makes absolutely no sense to do it. It's yeah it's it's a chopping arm the holding the knife. Yeah yeah yeah. It was really strange But yet that's a wrap. I i think here so awesome. Thanks for coming on the show of really interesting where he hazarding upstream a. Where can people find your platform twitter or Were you right or upstream itself. Yeah it's definitely checkout upstream. Data dot ca on checkout. Data's website and then on twitter denver. Bitcoin and you can. I think i've got a link on there to some medium page..
"mr mosque" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"U. S government abusing the role of the dollar over using sanctions and make it very unattractive. That's when you start getting alternative speed put forward. Good morning, everyone Dr Pose and we are following. The Tesla's story would have to really good guests for you just flipped here. We're going to have those guests here at the 8 30 moment. I'm tested to inform you about this original transaction of Mr Mosque really, really getting a firestorm of interest across Twitter and across the Internet space. As well. Lisa. I look at what Adam Posen did yesterday, and it's truly a public good. His conversation with Vice Chairman Clarita and that's set of headlines from the vice chairman was illuminating. Yeah, talking about the potential down the line for yield curve control at the heart of the angst of the Fed. Is an aviation industry that may cut upto half a million jobs this year, an unemployment rate above 10% and a structural shift, Tom I don't know that we talked about this enough. A structural shift, where companies that have fewer employees relative to their intangible asset value are getting rewarded in equity markets. They're doing better. Humans are proving to be too costly to maintain. As we come up on Labor Day. In my tradition, folks. So you know, on Labor Day, as I always read a given chapter of Samuelson 1948 is Lisa. It's not like 1948. When Mr Samson Paul Samuelson wrote that seminal economics textbook more important, Lisa, it's not 2008. And that there's been a real change here, and you're right. The whole battle over labor share is something that's been folded into fed policy much more than the purists would want. Yeah, I was thinking about this yesterday, Amazon got FAA approval to start testing this autonomous drone. You know, one phone by last night, and I was thinking about that and you know it's going to lead to more jobs for the engineers. The people who can create some of these the sort of trajectories of where these drones go. But the actual driver who goes from house to house delivering that parcel is not going to be as needed. It is a different type of labor force and how well some of the people who are used to this sort of type of job get adopted into the new economy. What does the drone do? Hit Broadway at 72nd on the Upper West Side. I don't get I don't honestly, I was I was having images of drone wars of drones crashed into each other of people shaking their fists at the drones in the sky. I mean, look, they're clearly are some issues. But still, this is the future at least as Amazon season and we should say to be clear here, folks. We should say Amazon has been very forthcoming about that. It made clear they've got a lot of work to do on that new technology is well right now we're going to spend a moment again. We'll get to Tesler here in a bit. Thomas ConStor joins us with picked a wealth management. On looking at the U. S economics. Thomas let me cut to the chase. What do you see for Q for So before he's going to be difficult on, you know, wear seeing signs that the recovery is actually starting to plateau, of course, much really been on the fiscal stimulus that I think many businesses, especially Services driven businesses. Consumer facing businesses could still struggle so I would expect you know the GDP to be still down by around 5% versus last year and the unemployment rate to be around 9%. I mean to be very clear, even with a Q three about rebound in whatever nation You're assuming we're not going to get back to the level or the trajectory that we knew in February. Indeed, I think this is not a V shaped recovery and it will take until mid 2022 for GDP to recover the level off of December. 2019 before the coronavirus. Yeah. So within that are really jobs that are getting cut That may not come back. And I'm struck by this article on the terminal, talking about how the global aviation industry may cut nearly half a million jobs by year end. Can you talk a little bit about what happens with all of these people who are losing their jobs who may not have jobs to come back to because the economy Has changed. The world has moved on. And you know, the coronavirus eyes definitely amplified friends that were pre existing before the coronavirus. So now we're in this low touch economy with less contact. Let's travel probably less stories and as well, you make less people going to restaurant and so on. So the problem here is that you know right now, the good news in the US that you have fiscal stimulus when people are getting very generous Unemployment benefits well, until recently, actually, But incomes have been sustained. The problem right now is that many people will feel that what they felt was a temporary job loss is now becoming a permanent job loss. And you could have actually, income started to go down and consumer spending started to go down a CZ well. So I think that's the risk of a second round effect off. You know those those job losses, becoming a permanent Thomas. We were speaking last week with Mark Zandi of Moody's. And he said that if we do not get an additional fiscal support from Washington, D C. We could see double digit US unemployment through the end of next year. Do you agree? I think the consequences could be indeed, quite quite Sceviour. However, the good news is that the saving rate in the U. S is quite high. So we know consumers could still growing their savings. But I do think that he had more fiscal support is needed. And quite quite soon. I still bet on you know Congress pulling itself together and voting something before the end of September, But No time is short now. To's housing is remarkable..
"mr mosque" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"And now it's time to business with Louis Coupon. We have been doing this for years over the phone but for the first time ever. Lewis is in the studio. Welcome to Midori House. I love it. It's very lovely. It's quite glamorous. There's a darkened corridor. I feel like come coming into a warm and nurturing place you absolutely are and it's particularly warm. I think he found in our bathroom. Yes the toilet. Seat is heated which was a bit of a shock to me. I did like that. It was kind of. Yeah quickly toto for those lease Lewis. We've been talking about the cabinet reshuffle. And of course the fact that the chancellor resigned just before a budget what happened to the markets as a response so first of all losing chancellor a month before your first ever budget. This is the government's first. Budget is generally not a good idea on top of that. Boris Johnson. Our prime minister did promise that he would keep his his chancellor longer than a couple of months in the election campaign earlier in one thousand nine hundred eighteen. But now you know we already knew it was likely to be a spending budget. What this now indicates is potentially. It's even more for spending budget. Not Quite on the level of trump's one trillion of tax cuts. But frankly we don't know so. What happened was gilts. Uk Government debt sold off. So if you're GONNA finance a massive spending then you're gonNA be selling a load more government debt low more gilts and so the interest rate went up on that because you have to pay people more extra money to accept way. More government paper surfaced thing the UK government bond market weakened and then also sterling strengthened. Because if you're going to have a big fiscal stimulus taxation spending stimulus then the economy's likely to be do better little bit of inflation and therefore rates might need to go up so those were the reactions to the markets but it is quite chaotic. It's quite messy to change your chancellor a month before budget and with only a couple of months after winning an election doesn't bode well at a time when we're only a couple of weeks after brexit. What business wants is stability and now we have no idea what's coming in a month's time and we'll they postpone the budget then. I wouldn't have thought so he to get going if he wants to do. A fiscal spending and taxation spending budget to stimulate the economy. He needs that he needs to be happening way before we get a potential walkie end of the year with the long-term e relationship Let's techno and have look at facebook now. Mark Burg says he's more than happy to pay more tax. Okay so Georgina again. This is a great expression in English. I'm sure you're aware of it. Actions speak louder than words and I say this to friends of mine who getting together with a new boyfriend and they're complaining about the behavior and and nobody says he loves me and I'm like well. Does he make you a cup of tea in the morning? When you've got period pain and wanted hot water populist so actions speak louder than words. I'm afraid Mr Zuckerberg. It is true for bosses facebook. Just as much as it's true for my friends and that boyfriends has set up. He has deliberately set up like so many of these tech giants setup the corporate structure the holding companies the subsidiaries in in low tax locations. He is set up to minimize tax. So he's going to give this speech tomorrow. I won't do my Mark Zuckerberg impression but imagine Mark Zuckerberg in the speech tomorrow. Ins in Munich. He's going to say I understand this frustration about how tech companies attacks in Europe. Yes Mr Zuckerberg. We all frustrated. That's not the agitated I would use. I would use the word deeply irritated. We also want tax reform really Mr Cabrera and we accept that that may mean we pay more tax really you know again so what I would say great. He saying Great East paying lip service but actions speak louder than words out and we want that cup of tea dolls by the way makes me feel. Well let's go from Zuckerberg to Elon. Musk and he's got a new announcement yet. So so So with Mr Mosque I always feel. It's a good idea to use euphemisms okay and the euphemism I would use for. His style of leadership would be unusual so he announced yesterday. He's GONNA issue about two billion dollars worth of new shares as we've talked about before Georgina. The share price is about three fold in just the last few months. It's been soaring on the stock market when you are a CEO of a company and he owns by the way a lot of a lot of tesla a stock price currency. When it's high that's the moment when you issue shares okay that's good for existing shareholders. Clean up at great for new shareholders. Because they're paying for Tesla shares wide at the peak but for him as an existing. Shower is a great thing but what is interesting about this story is he said only on January the twenty nine th which is barely two weeks ago that he wasn't going to issue new shares. It doesn't make sense to raise new money. He said in an earnings call on January. The twenty ninth. So either you've got to say. What was he lying? January twenty nine. Hopefully that's not the case because that's not really what see Yoshikazu or he's changed his mind entirely in two weeks which you think well two billion dollars is quite a big change of mind so again like his unusual is a euphemism style of management. From illness it is extraordinary and he's got all sorts things in the pipeline and electric pickup truck a new generation of electric sports car. I mean it's all very exciting. It is and he said before he could fund it all with cash flow and in fact the last two quarters. He has been profitable and he has. He's got his Factory in China a lot faster than expected. He's got new. Cars to show is pretty fast and expected But remember this is a company that is well up to fairly recently was still burning through. Cash is something like thirteen. The half billion dollars with the debt and the only race new money lost may so this is kind of a cash hungry machine. Yeah now do you know what day is has today I do. I feel slightly guilty Georgina. I didn't bring you anything. Didn't you bought. I am more than willing to buy your coffee pastry after the show. Louise's Happy Valentine's Day now. If only this was television not radio you would see that John. Jay is presenting me with the newspaper. Rose. Oh It's very beautiful. I feel so much and I T- exactly yeah is is even better financial paper so so. I think we're GONNA talk about Valentine's Day so what is extraordinary. I've done reports on. This is that Halloween Easter Valentine's Day. It's the growth of what we spend on TAT. I think is the word not that my road. Not That my Valentines Davis that has just been you know huge growth. This is an opportunity for retailers to get us to part with their cash so it used to be like a Valentine Card or red rose or a chocolate now. It is the beauty of a newspaper rose. But it's also things like Valentine's cards for your cats which I'm somewhat surprised on marks and Spencer has brought in heart shaped love sausages. Which I think we should move away from really quite quickly is heart shaped around. I think we should move away from that one quite quickly. Then the discount retailer pound land. Which itself does not.
"mr mosque" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A South Carolina technology company and its leaders are used of fraudulently obtaining, numerical internet addresses worth a total of up to fourteen point four million. The post and courier reports Mike phone CEO old. I'm here goal. Then were indicted in federal court on charges of wire fraud. A US department of Justice released says Goldstein and Mike Foale create a channel partners, which claimed to consist of several businesses, it says the two then created fake executives and websites to get the American registry for internet numbers to release the rights to about seven hundred fifty eight thousand addresses, the indictment says goals, Dan, so two batches of one hundred thirty thousand addresses in two thousand seventeen in two thousand eighteen for a total of one point eight five million dollars. Jeremy house reporting at activists federal judge in California's blocked, President Trump from building sections of a border wall, with muddy secured under his declaration of a national emergency. This is townhall dot com. Spacex company has begun the rollout of its orbiting broadband system. There's a rush of companies looking to offer inexpensive, bro band, Voss, satellite, the role planning giant constellations in the sky can reach every corner of the globe. Elon Musk stolid projects is certainly the most, I'm vicious, but the solid project will be challenging, and not just technically it'll cost a lot of money, Mr. mosque, little so have to win over those who worry that overdose highways. We'll get to congested BBC's Jonathan Amos a security, lapse at a major real estate title comedy, exposed, the Bank account numbers at other sensitive information contained in eight hundred eighty five million files. First American financial confirmed the problem Friday after it was reported by a security blog a flawed and internet application without anyone with a web browser to see the confidential data until I American blocked all outside access..
"mr mosque" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Week we're in Bangladesh nation confronting an epidemic of drug use. Yeah. Doesn't mix of methamphetamine and caffeine, and it's found its way into communities across the country. The Bangladeshi government hopes zero tolerance approach detail users. But yeah is available almost everywhere. And it's very cheap. That's bangladesh. I this yadda after the news BBC news with Jerry Smith. So then could security forces say they found fifteen voters in burnt-out s- in a building. After earlier fighting a gun battle with isthmus militants in the east of the country. They say women six children were among those who died. The authorities say the militants sense of explosives is trip surrounded a house in Santa Maria do on Friday night. So anchor has been on high alert since the suicide attacks. The former Brazilian president Louis anoxia looted disover has said that the country has been governed by lunatics and the president Jaya both are may not be able to end his term in office in his first interview since he was jailed for corruption a year ago. Lewis said that Brazil's international reputation had been charted. Rescue teams are trying to reach remote villages in the north of Mozambique, which was hit by cyclone. Kenneth is caused widespread damage barely a month after another cyclone die killed hundreds of people in the region. The chief executive of tesla Elon Musk has reached an agreement with the US financial regulator aimed at settling disputes over financially sensitive comments that he made on social media under the new agreements, Mr. mosque, Mr. void any references in his tweets to the company's financial condition. Production plans or possible mergers and acquisitions. A US army veteran has appeared in court in California and charged with eight counts of attempted murder. Prosecutors say is air people's intentionally drove his car at high speed into a group of men women and children in Silicon Valley on Tuesday evening because he believed they were Muslim. And domestic and international flights with air. India have been heads software problems. Meaning it was unable to voting passes for several hours on Saturday morning at one point all flights were grounded BBC news. I was awaken for seven days. Eight days nine days. Ten days away. I'm taking in the morning and the afternoon and and again evening late at night and working all night and not went to bed. Muhammad was a drug addict JABA methamphetamine.
"mr mosque" Discussed on KGO 810
"His Kirby and such. We were talking about Tesla's, and we were running out of time. Unfortunately, it happens every week. But the tesla model y it was announced this week. Stacey let's finish off the conversation with autopilot again, not happy with that misnomer in terms of it's not completely capable of doing everything all the time. People have unfortunately died by trying to do that. It's saved a couple folks in in around the bay area that seemed to have fallen asleep in their car and a wandering down the street. Yeah. And so that's the thing that is is this is this double edged sword of auto-pilot. I mean, this is one of these eight assist. You know? It's a what is it's an advanced drivers this system, and it is it absolutely saves lives. Those things that that car is able to see react, you know, the the react time or the negligent drunk or asleep driver. And delivering them safely or the guy having a heart attack, and it drives to I mean, it's like, it's unbelievable. It's remarkable. But there are limitations. And I don't think everyone is following it and these YouTube videos or posting on Twitter of your antics or bragging about running a red light. There has to be some happy medium. You know? It's like I'm grateful for every step forward. But the, you know to me this shouldn't be, you know, unleashed to people who aren't responsible. If I were if I were tesla if I were Elon Musk, and I found out about these people, I would revoke their autopilot privileges. There's no way I would let somebody use my product that is doing it in an unsafe manner that is jeopardising lives, and you have that ability. You can go into every single vehicle and and give software and you can take software away. And I really wish tesla would do that for people that are posting online about this. We talked about in the last segment. This is terrible tragedy with the couple of the Boeing Maqueda. Some thirty seven Maxine dropping in again, it's a tragedy because it happens so infrequently in obviously a number of people involved switching forward to cars in using the term autopilot when and if there isn't autonomous accident, and or the Tessa it certainly makes news way more than all these saves. Yeah. And or any the other unfortunate people that may have passed and just some other kind of an accident on the Ford hit a Chevy or something like that or notices. So it it, obviously, I'm back in your your point that people are trying to understand you'd made mention that, you know, Lonzo goal to drive across the country. And you know, I it's kind of kind of possible if you're just getting on and off in staying on the highway you're staying in a single direction, you know, more of a controlled environment. It's when you try and mix and match with all of this dispirit size and end speed whether it's pedestrians or cyclists or cross traffic and again, just driving through San. Cisco paying full attention. I'm very frustrated by as you suggested this morning, Stacy people's just stopping it. Elaine. You know, we have certain streets in downtown San Francisco that for the commute or coming and going in the afternoon from four to sixty can't park and that creates an extra lane for people to travel. But now people are stopping in that whether you know, it's a lift or a delivery Aruba. It's like wait a second that that just took the whole thing away this is and this is the thing. That's well, first of all, I would outlaw street parking. I would only have I would only have pick up and drop off. And you know, no stopping that has to be in an area that everyone's gonna recognize it. Well, and the fact that this is what our cities need to do. They need to control the curbs. They need to say this is this is way way. We want to talk about that. But we're going to run out of time. And and I read my traffic because I promised everyone. We talk about the new model y tesla comes out many years ago with yes, it's a beautiful car. They make a little bit bigger and more off road ish one, and they call it the X, which is a proper name. They come out with a smaller sedan just recently, reduce the prices on that it's the three it was going to be the knee would have had an SE X at that point. Now, they've got the why so I said that goes backwards it, isn't he backwards. And that's why he said now, they're lineup is semi sexy. So anyway, that's why so and speaking of why so the reveal this past week actually rolled in the big red semi. It's got a Senator driver's seat of the very cool. I haven't seen personnel. So truck truck the why I've not seen in a person I was invited. How dare they? And i'm. I'm pretty impressed with it. So some people have said that they just kind of took a model three and put it on put an air hose to to kind of bulged out. So I'm excited to see that in person. I'm a little skeptical that it would hold seven people like the extras. Well, remember that the esta also s has that little you know, kind of challenge to the back row. I one time I was driving onto eighty and I saw an adult rear facing in that seat. And you know, he probably needed a month's worth a chiropractic adjustments. So it's gotta be functional. You can put him back in there. Just like two seats in the back of the nine eleven no one ever sits in them. So we want to just tell everyone that it's it's there we can talk about the stats. You know, the pricing is can be a little bit of bigger than the a little bit more than the three that the vehicles a little bit about ten percents larger. It's got you know, from a profile that looks more like an SUV or CV, and that just means sport, utility vehicle or crossover vehicle, which again is just a misnomer for what I would call a hatchback. But that's what we like to call. Once again, Mr. mosque distracted by many other things. His statements always evolve around this. We will build it. Let's build this wall. We're going to build it. I'd love it for him to be able to say we are building. If he spoke in the president, we are doing this. We are doing that. So it's supposed to come out in twenty twenty. And then obviously you have to wait for the cheaper ones. We will build the cheaper ones. Twenty twenty one good range zero to sixty in three point five seconds building the cheaper model threes now they are talking about for five years. So we're gonna talk about and have a little shorter delivery timeframe. Yeah. So it's it's basically going to be available over time and..
"mr mosque" Discussed on KGO 810
"Exactly. The grounding of the air maximum. We had this terrible accident in Ethiopia fall followed the one in Indonesia, several months ago, and as a pilot. I'm always obviously want to understand anytime something like that happens. It's very complex. Many a safety report after a longtime investigation. So in no way, are we able to make a comment, but some of the investigation is going towards the autopilot or how the the aircraft and pilot interact, and I just wanted to come at two two comments on the consumer side. It's like, oh my gosh. What are we thinking in terms of the machine trying to do too much? And then from the pilots point that communication is is Boeing. Leading the pilot do too much. So in other words, there's a balance between what the machine is doing what the the human the operator is doing and then who's responsible? Yeah. Have they designed a machine or system? That's so complex that you know, the the humans that are tasked with managing it and steering it. You know, get into these situations where bad things happen. Well, let's like level three autonomy. Well, that's what I wanted to finish off on the aircraft though, it is amazingly complex on my gosh. There's one hundred of us sitting in an aluminum or now some carbon fiber tubes racing across the sky and getting to a destination incredibly safely in terms of passenger mile transportation. So I wanna say that because if and when we have the flying car that is the benchmark that's the bar that's set by the FAA or by the world aviation institutions that say, you know, it is incredibly safe for the amount of travel that happens in the complexity involved with what you're you're trying to accomplish. In all kinds of weather. I mean when you talk about this iconic bomb. Yeah, they had to close the airport, but that's no on the ground these planes are flying through it. And that's the other thing when we're talking about some of the autonomous cars. They can't do it in weather yet. So amazingly complex some of them can some of them can. And some of them will be the term is autopilot. Stacey I'm turning to you because that is a term that tesla many years ago put two there. Chagrin? Yeah, they're they're ADS or advanced driver assist systems, and they're very capable particularly relative to a lot of the other ones around. But it's not an autopilot it isn't. And that's the thing. I know that he had a great intentions and allegedly by the end of twenty eight he who do you mean? Oh, dear Mr. mass. Okay. So he had wanted you to be able to drive coast to coast from New York to San Francisco without doing anything that it would just the car would just go you'd get it in charging. What's that other than charging, correct? Okay. Good point. Pullover to charge very long guard in terms of. Yeah. In terms of the drive, the car would have driven itself, and that did not happen at the end of two thousand seventeen nor did it happen at the end of twenty eighteen nor has it happened today. It is getting ever better. And the magic of tesla or one of the pieces of magic is that the car improves when the every car gets pushed an update to extend its capabilities and safety for the driver. The only problem is this little misnomer of of being an autopilot. And people misunderstanding what this car is able to do this does not relieve you of your responsibilities as a driver you need to if you sit in that seat, and you start that car. You're the driver your responsible. It's not appellate's fault. It's your fault. Well, again, it's a great term, and it's a great sell sales feature. And we, of course, got to be careful about what we're using to sell something. Versus what it's capabilities are Nissan. I think has a very appropriate named version of that. And that's called pro pilot assist. I mean. Yeah, they threw the the word pilots in there. But it is the main word there in the. If you read about it. The assistant then just preceded by their brand name. And then if you are the driver, or whatever, you should go and learn what their assist, can and cannot do the fact that people drive these cars off of lots after they've purchased them or rented them, whatever. And don't understand the full capabilities. It's a crime. And I think that I in fact, I would love a class action suit against automakers for allowing this to happen or the dealers or whatever whoever's responsible people need to know, what their car can do and be instructed or have a way to do that. That's not a freaking paper manual. So that other people don't suffer. And I thought I was the only litigious one at this table. So there's no that you had to put your litigious outside the guy for that. So one thing, you know, I want every car company to succeed. But you know, my my major gripe for Mr. mosque forever and never never is. He's quickly becoming the jack-of-all-trades master of none meeting is he building rockets today or flame throwers or tunnels are cars. And if you really think about this autopilot system, clearly non car companies, you have Waymo cetera et cetera. Are getting into that. I mean that although it's a feature in a car it's really an industry to itself like to be able to make your car drive, and yes, they're pushing the bleeding edge with their their their cars, and they have a perfect test platform to install the software on the the equipment on. But is that coming at the behest of the sacrifice of the actual assembly and selling of the actual car products? Like, if you separate if you wall the feature from the actual product is it is it helping or hindering obviously people by the cars before that feature. But the same time, you know, they're having a harder and harder time selling cars back around to one of the things that no one can take the shine off of this, man. And that is the fact that it is a fully electric car, and that and the way that they are improving electric, in fact, what they've done for the model three with this super charger three. I think it's called the ability to basically. In fi. It's it's making it like a gas car in five minutes, you can essentially fill up where no sorry, you can top it off in fifteen minutes. You've you've pretty much filled up your car, and that is this has been the holy grail. So we're talking to people who wanna put chargers in the streets, and everywhere and everything this will now enable electric cars, not all of them. But eventually all of them this breakthrough to function like we are used to and have become accustomed to of just filling up wherever and keep going. I'm going to throw throw a couple of things out there. And we're going to probably finish off the show talking about Tesla's because there's also the model was introduced this last week, but we'll get to that in a minute. But you know, as you say Stacey all electric cars, certainly built here locally in the bay area. This the car itself. You know, trying new manufacturing techniques are designed techniques, which again, my friends in the industry, would you know, squint there is you know, that was wasn't gonna work that was going to work. But also as you alluded to earlier a connected platform. And this is a vehicle that is almost a standalone it's its own app. It's a movie nap that you climb into that that huge screen that was shown there the asks when it first rolled out beautiful beautiful design, and now these new models coming in, and yeah, we can punch holes in again, the the delivery times the cost the manufacturing. But there's a lot of parts about that vehicle are in different even the distribution model galaxy beyond well. Votive industry has been able to do now in the bag, and that's great in some areas. But in safety, that's not what you wanna do. You don't wanna go too far assets. A lot more to talk about here on the flying car show. We're talking Tesla's. We're talking about transformations at transportation technology. What's words to begin with t come back and join.
"mr mosque" Discussed on KQED Radio
"After four o'clock and a quick reminder top story Britain and the EU have agreed on legally binding alterations to the backstop agreement or arrangement aimed at preventing heart border post between the Irish Republican Northern Ireland. When Britain leaves the EU and also schools and businesses in Venezuela of of in Australia Bank closed for day since widespread powercuts begun the letter sports news, calm Harrison, good morning. Call morning, Allan. Thank you very much. Then it ends a damn is back at Real Madrid. Just ten months after stepping down as head. Coach's son to three year contract with the Bellavia and becomes a third manager this season. The defending champion Namias sock is through to the fourth round of the Indian Wells open after beating Daniel Collins of the USA in straight-sets. But there was an upset in the men's singles number three seed Alexander's very out beaten in straight-sets by his fellow German Yanlin strove athletics. World governing body has announced plans to streamline. The diamond league grand prix series from next year. They'll be twelve meetings instead of fourteen and the number of events in each will be reduced from thirty two to twenty four twelve each for men and women and f one organizers have confirmed the reintroduction this season of a bonus point for the driver who clocked the fastest lap in each race, the plight of both the driver's and constructor's championships, but will only be awarded if the driver actually finishes in the top ten in the race has her out. Sharon, columnists get so mad business news now and talk about tesla and its founder, Elon Musk joining us. From Hong Kong is Andrew widow PCS, Andrew. Mr. Moore is fighting back against regulators attempts to punish him for for what? For sending a tweet that the regulators say he shouldn't have this was back in February the nineteenth Mr. mosque sent a tweet saying that the tesla would make about five hundred thousand cars in two thousand nineteen. The problem is the regulator said, no, you shouldn't send any tweets you degreed with us. Here last year as part of the settlement that you wouldn't send any tweets that senior people in tesla wouldn't send any tweets without prior approval from the stock market regulator that was because he may remember in August last year. Mr. musk sent a tweet that he said was a joke, which the regulators didn't find particularly funny because it offered to buy out existing shareholders and take the company off the stock market. And he said that he had got money he'd raised funds were access to funds to be able to do that. Well, the regulator said, then basically, this is this is you shouldn't be doing this sort of thing this misleads shareholders. And that there was a basically there was an agreement that he wouldn't do that again. And both he and tesla paid twenty million dollars twenty million dollars in fines. Now, let's say the regular says that this tweets that Mr. mosques central every the nineteenth did breakout agreement. Mr. Mosca said, no, it's not it doesn't break the agreement because it was his lawyers are saying that because basically the information was already out there. Okay. There's another big strategies funny to quickly go get you on Tesla's this, right? I am a u-turn. I guess you could call it. They were talking about thirty five thousand dollar car, and this is all predicated on the fact that closer all less shock showrooms instead online, but not to be prices were supposed to drop because about two weeks ago. Tesla said he would close it's showrooms you could save up to six percents of the cost of his cars. Now, it says he's saying is after reviewing it is going to keep a lot of this show rooms open, and it's going to raise prices by three percent because he's not going to be able to make those savings after. All. Okay. Well, thanks ever so much Andrew with there. In Hong Kong Friis doctors from the US government, universities, and hospitals, counterfeit and substance substandard. Medicines have become a public health emergency writing the American journal of Tropical Medicine and hygiene, they since the two hundred and fifty thousand children a year die from receiving bodily manufactured of fake drugs. One scientists involved in the study is Joe Brenneman from the US National Institute of health in Maryland. A few years back, we publish. Information on anti malaria drugs in which we found in seven countries in southeast Asia in twenty one in Africa. That about a third of all of the anti malaria drugs. Seven different classes were fake. Absolutely, no, active ingredient so way, massage those data, and we had country by country, and we computer that they're up to about one hundred and fifty five thousand African children less than five we're dying because of this very recently. WHO publication based on similar types of analysis showed that children with pneumonia. Mainly from low-income countries were receiving fake antibiotics. And the toll was an equal number. So just in the poor countries. These two figures of falsified pneumonia anti pneumonia. Treatments and falsified anti-malaria treatments. Total about a quarter of a million deaths. That's not counting so many other drugs that people receive both children and adults. Are you able to give me some examples some countries that might have been most affected? Well, the countries that are most effective, I mention low income, and of course, the episodes of these diseases I mentioned are in those with with high burden repeated infections who are talking about Nigeria. We're talking about Democratic Republic of Congo. We're talk but Ethiopia Uganda. So those are the ones that have the most episodes repeatedly where do the fake drugs come from? Well, the evidence is that India and China appeared to be the biggest offenders paradoxically. These countries also produce good products, the the west, particularly the US imports the active ingredients for eighty percent or more of. Of their drugs from outside in particular. India is an exporter of a good drugs. Yes. So you're calling for international action. What specifically would you like to see done? Yes. You hit it on the head. The there have to be of course, action in the individual countries. So they could do the things that we talked about which is detect prevent and then respond, but at the international level, we are proposing two major things here number one to have a sustainable development goal, which would quantify the amount of good product, particularly for essential drugs that each country should have which would mean that they would have to have technology. They would have to have legislation. They would have to have a lot of things. Sampling methods to check whether their drugs are adequate. The second thing at the international level, multilateral international treaty addressing medicine crime and drug crime. We don't have that as a result. It is very difficult to apprehend in extradite, these criminals, and I call them murderers who are producing one country, and then sending them to another country or even producing within a country now often the the crime is a slap on the hand in a very minimal type of punishment. Canadian court Joel Breman his from the US national institutes of health in Maryland varies very..
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"Is huge. It'll be over six hundred and fifty F one thirties that we built here. Now, all we gotta do is go win it project moves forward rolls. Royce would build a new plan offering one hundred and fifty manufacturing jobs at decision on that expected by twenty twenty meantime, a labor strike affecting a Ford Motor Company plant in Mexico that is restricted production of Ford's Mustang cars and explorer, SUV's reporter releases e the temporary work stoppage caused a part sort for four during the strike Ford had to send about thirty two hundred Detroit area workers home for two weeks and Monteria workers were sent home for three days. The labor strike was at the Mexican supply manufacturer that makes steering wheels for the automaker. It came after Mexico's new president promised dramatic pay increases and the workers walked off the job until that promise was made good the supply chain. Resumed Monday evening elisa's, e at another car company, there may be more charges facing tesla foundry Lon. Mosque the securities and Exchange Commission has already fined him twenty million dollars over a tweet. He said last year. Rich said he was taking test lawf- the stock exchange. She later admitted it was a joke. The SEC did not agree. Now. Bbc reporter will Bain says US regulators want him charged with contempt of court in New York say that a tweet last week. Mr. mosque wasn't signed off is Louis claiming that they would build five hundred thousand vehicles in two thousand nine hundred and something he likes revised down. So it could be that in conjunction with his public response. The settlement. That's got him in the crosshairs of the SEC musk has already stepped out as tesla chairman, and it has agreed. And he tweets that might have market. Moving information be signed off. I by a lawyer nearly two hundred people in Oregon safely back at a train station. That's after they spent the night camped out of Amtrak train which was stranded because of snow and a down tree reported Christel Cooma in Oregon says fortunately, the train got moving again trained. I was stuck in oakridge is currently making its way up to UT into this very station as we speak being pulled by Union Pacific locomotive. There are moving very slowly taking their time as we were slammed with all that snow and on the tracks. There is some snow remaining. And they say there are some debris or they're definitely taking their time. They can chew all the passengers and everyone gets your safely, nobody hurt. Passengers said though, there was a lack of food and water mostly. They were just frustrated because there was nowhere to go from the rails to the sky. Is the price of an airline ticket getting cheaper. But reporter Lisa Carter says there's a catch wanna get away. It may not feel like it. But it's a barely getting cheaper to fly the bureau transportation statistics reports the average ticket for domestic air travel was three hundred forty three dollars in two thousand eighteen that's the lowest since ticket prices where I tracked in nineteen ninety-five. However, the price does not include fees for a better seat on the plane or checking a bag airlines are getting a larger portion of their revenue from those fees as well as from deals with credit card providers, which in turn helps them remain profitable. And if you happen to be jetting off somewhere soon lucky you, but Clearwater beach in Florida once again being called the.
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"Liangyu tonight or talking about some of this new technology. Of course, Jane is giving her testimony as to her background in aerospace computers. Choose a whistle blower, and it landed her in a lot of trouble and gave her a lot of grief and pain. Because of the fact she became a person who was a targeted individual. And of course, technologies that she describes are the same technology that I was talking about in in the last two hours. You know, there've been throughout contemporary history. There'd been a lot of skeptics bunkers who said where they've tried to silence. The conspiracy theories they've tried to silence. Those who do fringe analytics, or at least talk about these technologies that certainly have not been revealed to the people outright. But there are plenty of physics and papers and documents that win you dig through them you find that there is something going on. There are a lot of theories remain mysteries. But those mysteries certainly are being revealed because everything is unraveling. Right now, there are times many many observers will not allow for this type of conversation happening people who cover up some of these stories that many people in the government of the United States, alphabet agencies, Wall Street, plenty of them in secret societies clandestine operations, all of these things that go on where there's experimentation and trauma and ritualistic trauma mind control experiments on people, especially it's sad. When it's our own people people here in the United States well for those that doubt conspiracy theories about targeting individuals, and and such I wanna reacquaint you with the American Central Intelligence Agency. And how for twenty years they were funding tests that they would conduct on human subjects both with or without their knowledge in an effort to control minds and personalities for the purposes of espionage and order to go back to this organiz conspiracy. We can go all the way back to the Nazis in World War. War, and how they were using things like LSD and other methods to manipulate and also control people by nineteen Fifty-three the CIA zone, massive notorious mind control experiments were in full swing. It was hypnosis drugs. All of those things produce the best results and the CIA was satisfied with the drug of choice was twenty five and the project, of course, became M K ultra the letters M K and the project referred to technical services division that oversaw the project in all. Tra was the security classification applied to top secret intelligence in the early days of ultra while using plausible deniability of the uses of the of these torture methods the CIA hid behind the science explanation. As to why they were giving their own agents the drug while they were just taking people in colleges and giving them to drugs giving them, you know, injecting them with many things in is the technology advance. We were seeing a nanotechnology being used as I reported earlier new technologies about voice to skull and many times. We've heard people saying I hear. Voices that tell me to do this. I hear voices tell me do that. And they've been dismissed as schizophrenia form type of activities, but researchers now have demonstrated that a laser making use a laser to transmit an audible message to a person without any type of receiver equipment. The ability to send a high targeted audio signals over the air could be used to communicate across noisy rooms, the notify people that there may be something going on this research was recently released by the optical society of America, also their journals, optics letters, researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of technology's Lincoln laboratory, they report using the two different laser based methods can and will transmit various tones music and recorded speech to a conversational volume creating sound from the air is just one more technology that of course tonight. My guests have talked about a lot of Freeland. Of course, you've heard her on the program before. And tonight also were very happy to have with us. Another special guest, a whistle blower. Her name is Jane Liang Liang. And she's a computer engineer. Having worked in the 'aeronautics industry. She is regarded as a targeting individual of mind control. She's written a book called 'em kilter. Never ended absolute mind, and so control and government, Wall Street and the secret space program. Welcome you to the program. It's good to have you both on the show. I wanted to ask Jane, how did you? How did you come to realize that you were a target? I mean, there's got to be the first indications. How did it begin for you? Well, the first indication is the. Derailing in my years. So I noticed that I always have this constant ruining my years. No matter where you go and the ruining change different. Tune different for consists. If I moved to different locations that implies it's not from own body. Not a physical condition is that it's something treated eight or something injected it to me. So from that point on I started using some devices myself to detect. The chips inside me. And I have professionals on me to confirm that nano chips implanted in my body. How do you think you had those those chips implanted in you without your knowledge? Because I've never been to any facility that Oscars flayed health class. I've remember they the first Chippewas injected visiting emergency room in the hospital just to treat a some other disease. So that was not intended to be. The intent intended to be implant a cheap. So that's how I find. Okay. I find is a Tarini my years. And then I figured out that I was implanted was cheap Saturday. I retrieved my memory and stink. That was the incident that I had my first cheaper implanted. And you heard you heard the reunion the ears. You realize you were implanted with chips. Were there any voices that you heard we were there any commands? And were there any triggers that you can recall that would bring you into another alter? Well, that's the tricky part for the slaves. They do not want us to know. Because the the all these programmings these were done in the subconscious level. So they don't want us to hear ways. Here's the triggers. So these wars will project it to my brain using the sub naming nag niche. So I got treated without even knowing without hearing a auditable choice like if they want to take me to sleep. They project to certain comments to me, I didn't even know and I fought to sleep. And if they want to bring up another project, another program say being laid to office or go somewhere to buy something these washes, these triggers will project it to me using this seventy now remotely, I didn't even know did you recognize any of the voices or the electronic or with a. So. What do we call ultra low frequencies? It was almost like your body was was out of control because I know of it us, extremely low frequencies. Those are the same frequencies that your brain uses to even get your fingers to move your legs to move. Sometimes I can figure out because they use the, and I think I it's not the normal voice, especially if I find some sudden change of mind like I suppose to be doing something on Sunday. I changed my mind to do something totally different. And I figured out. Yeah. It is a programming is not something. I I I wanted to to. So but for the physical symptoms not much. They do it very quickly. When you when you first met, Jane when people come and say, well, I've had this happen to me. And you know, and I've I've talked with doctors about this. And some doctors have said that immediately assume that some schizophrenic form type of activity, but then I read a little something about psychological integrity. And that is if there's some doctors that go beyond the idea of just immediately. Writing this opposite schizophrenic form actively and they look with their psychological, continuity, and integrity, and they say, well, obviously, something is happening. It's not a mental illness. I mean, I is it hard to differentiate between that and what would be mental illness. Well, I don't think so. But I have had the advantage of knowing I'd say over a dozen M K, ultra survivors, and each one has a different a different story. Some of them are the old MK ultras, and they have a certain way of acting and being depending on how far they've deprogrammed sometimes I can tell by the is that they have been programmed. In fact, I was recently watching a talk given by Elon Musk on a video, and I was watching him closely and his is did the M K ultra. I think. And and I checked with Elise whom you know, she has been on the show. And she agreed with me that it it appears that Mr. mosque is programmed. But you know, CLYDE, if you and I knew how many leaders and entertainment stars and all the people whose faces are plastered everywhere. How many of them are programmed? You know, like Bill Clinton take for example. I'm absolutely sure he was programmed. So we would be we would be shocked that so that this program has been so successful that when someone like Jane approaches me and starts telling me her story. Of course, I'm going to look for certain patterns, even if Jane is younger than the old MK alters. She's gonna follow certain patterns as well. I generally will believe just about anyone who comes to me, I'm called by targeted individuals every week who have a story that if you just listen and don't judge you will hear these patterns. The program..
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"Community is asking for help in finding her killer. I'm Evan Haning. You're listening to Bloomberg law. I'm June Grosso. The supreme court is not scheduled to hear oral arguments until Monday. But the justices did meet for a conference on Friday. Joining me to talk about what's coming up at the court this year, and what's not is Bloomberg news supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr. Greg. It seems as if the court has been trying to avoid contentious issues since the appointment of Justice Brett Kavanagh will that be difficult when they need to consider new cases for April, for example, Friday's meeting. It will junior right. The court seems to have been trying to take low-profile over the last few months, but there are a spate of cases are going to be right in front of them that are gonna make that very hard to keep keep up to the first ones that are going to be there are case involving partisan gerrymandering. That's the the issue of voting maps that are drawn to maximize the advantages of the party in power. It's very likely the court will take that up impossible the courts conservatives will say once and for all those sorts of maps cannot be. Challenged in court. And then there's the issue of the federal law that bars job discrimination and lower courts are divided as to whether people who are discriminated against on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity are protected under that law, and there's again, an excellent chance the court will agree to take those issues up. Do you see more of the conservative justices, including cavenaugh trying to tee up controversial cases that might might advance a conservative agenda, certainly with the three established conservatives on the court Thomas Alito and Gorsuch is a really interesting case because we're still seeing what kind of Justice he is going to be like up until a couple of weeks ago. I would have said to you. So far Justice Cavanaugh has seemed to be a little more like chief Justice Roberts in that. He wants the court to move slowly. But there was an emergency application filed by the Trump administration recently having to do with restrict. Eating where people could claim asylum along the Mexican border. The chief Justice John Roberts voted with the liberals to reject the administration's emergency application and Justice Kavanagh joined with the conservatives saying we would we would have voted to let the Trump administration require that any asylum. Applications be made at ports of entry. So we're we're seeing that Justice Cava may be starting to show some some different colors than we saw from him in the first few months, and at the conference on January eleventh, there are also some controversial cases coming. Yes. So this'll be the second private conference that they have in the new year too. Big issues there to have many significant issues, but the the two biggest ones highlight are one the Trump administration trying to let the president resend the DACA policy, that's the defer deportation policy for young immigrants who came here as children illegally and a second appeal that involve. The Trump administration's efforts to largely band transgender people from serving in the military, but those cases will be before the court in both cases, it's possible. The court will those fights and not take up the Trump administration appeals. But again, it's going to be hard for them to avoid them at particularly when you have the federal government saying, this is a really important issue. And we think you need to decide it now. Now, a new movie came out over the weekend holiday weekend about Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, what's her prognosis after undergoing lung surgery and the fall she had a few months ago, she's an eighty five year old woman. And so that that grain of salt, but it appears to be good. The all the information we received from the court is that there's no sign that the disease the masses that were found on on her lung. There's no sign that those have spread anywhere else. She was released from the hospital on Christmas day, and every indication is that she will be on the bench when the court returns next week. You wrote a story about. How her medical condition has led some to speculate on both sides? Yeah. This is the greatest nightmare for liberals and potentially an amazing opportunity for conservatives. If either she or some other liberal Justice, keep in mind, Stephen Briers, also eighty years old if either of them were to have to step down, we would potentially move away from this world where John Roberts is in the middle of the court and holding the court back and limiting what the court does to world where John roberts's vote might not matter because Donald Trump could appoint a fifth hardcore conservative to the court, and then we could see some real dramatic changes. In in American lock. Craig John Roberts is the chief. I know his vote counts just as much as the other justices or the other justices votes campus as much as his. But is there any more poll that he has or push because he's the chief can twist a few arms, certainly he can try there are subtle ways. He does have the power to assign opinions. He's in the majority, and that's potentially a very important power. Because if you have a Justice who wants to go further in a particular case and John Roberts wants to issue, a narrow ruling he can assign himself opinion and make sure that the language of it is pretty limited. So gets potentially important. But at the end of the day, he certainly is a conservative Justice. Now, there is a big argument coming up in February that we've been talking about regarding the census, okay? This is a a controversy over the addition of a citizenship question to the census and people who are opposed to it saves going to depress participation and make it less likely that heavily Hispanic and often democratic areas will be counted in the census, and the issue is what sort of evidence can be used in the trial to consider whether the administration can put that that question on the next census a supreme court has intervened. Couple incremental ways before this this argument. Now in late February they're going to hear arguments in a way that will potentially determine whether that that question can be on the next census. Thanks, greg. It sounds like it's going to be another big year at the court, and we may get some orders from the court and even opinions next week. That's bloomberg. News court reporter, Greg Stohr, turning now to other Legal News Tesla's trying to put an end to its problems with the SEC following the Commission's allegations. That CEO Elon Musk committed fraud by tweeting that he had the funding secure to take the company private in August. Tesla added Larry Ellison, the co founder of oracle and Kathleen Wilson Thomson, the global chief human resources officer of Walgreen's, boots alliance to its board. Joining me is Robert Hockett, professor at Cornell law school, Bob, let's go back to the SEC's giving tesla ninety days from a settlement in September to make some changes. What was the SEC looking for? Well, I think basically they were looking for Mr. mosque, basically kind of get it house in order, you might say or get his act together. You might recall the United had a few conversations about Mr. Musk's travails for the last few months, and you know, what are the shots? I think from our conversations before was that, you know, fundamentally the companies has a business what's going to work and fundamentally it had good CEO was quite visionary. But the problem was he was kind of multitasking taking on too much and maybe getting a little bit. You know, sort of hysterical. Keep up with with everything he was trying to keep up with the SEC seem to be looking for was basically for some kind of an orderliness to be restored around there. Kind of regularity in the way things are being done, including things like communications to the broader public about what's going on at the company in connection with things that bear on the companies value. I think these new board changes. Plus, of course, Mr. Musk's stepping down as chair in November or probably going to be quite helpful from the SEC's lengthened, the broader markets point of view. Let's talk a little bit about adding Larry Ellison who's another larger than life. Life tech titan to the board and friendly with mosque is he the kind of person that the SEC had in mind when they wanted board changes. I actually think that that he is. And here's here's what I need to points of view from which to look at this right one. It's been the point of view of optics and the other is from the point of view of substance, right optically. It's not the best looking move of all time, of course, because we know Mr. Ellison is on record as being a bit of a booster that Mr. muskrat, a supporter of Mr. moss. And so those were kind of looking to superficially at things thinking, oh, we need somebody to kind of rain, and Mr. mosque and kind of stand over him monitoring carefully are going to say, well, this is a bad choice. Because Mr. Allison isn't that distant from you stop at arm's length distance from Mr. nuts. But again, I I think that would be a mere matter of optics the substance that that's important here that really matters is weather, some kind of order can be brought to the way things are preceding over at tesla effect suffering. I think growing pains it's done much better than people expected. It's some remarkable things up, but it's grown sort of too fast for Mr. musk himself to keep up when it comes to running it in an orderly fashion. And I think Mr. Ellison is going to be very good at doing that. And in that case in this connection, I think his connections to Moscow are plus because it means he's actually empathetic with the company the company apathetic and believes in its alternate mission when it wants to do, and what do you know about? Kathleen Wilson Thompson. I think the significance of MS Wilson Thompson's appointment, it has to do with human resources background that you might recall that was another of the problems that sort of came up over the autumn, actually it's been festering the longer than but discussion of those human resources problems are or sort of employee relations at tesla had been sort of in the news again last month, and this is her specialty. So from that point of view, it might be a very good choice. Optically? Of course, there's again, a kind of a downside and some people are saying, well, she doesn't have a big sort of industrial sorts of experience. Right. She's a kind of a retail experience. She might not be quick for this purpose. But I frankly that we ought to give her a chance because it's not clear to me that the human resources, quote, unquote, or employee relations issues are going to be that different between the two sorts of circumstance, Bob how much can board members really control, Elon Musk. He controls enough of the voting stock that nothing can really be done without his say. So that's definitely a potential problem is the only time there's an. Outsized personality, so to speak that's identified really closely with particular company that person is likely to have a kind of an outsized influence on the weather or not here, she has huge shareholdings. And of course, in the semester has that too. So in that sense, right? You could imagine that he would continue to be kind of uncomfortable in a certain sense on the other hand, again, Mr. Ellison is another sort of outside personality. And when there's a great track record when it comes to imposing order on a company that has you know, sort of got into trouble, and even his friendship with Mr. moss. My guess would be able to kind of work this out in a way to actually worked. Well for the firm. Thanks, bob. That's Robert Hockett, a professor at Cornell law school, and that's it for this edition of Bloomberg law..
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"Supreme court is not scheduled to hear oral arguments until Monday. But the justices did meet for a conference on Friday. Joining me to talk about what's coming up at the court this year, and what's not is Bloomberg news premium court reporter, Greg Stohr. Greg. It seems as if the court has been trying to avoid contentious issues since the appointment of Justice. Brad Kavanagh will that be difficult when they need to consider new cases for April, for example, Friday's meeting. It will junior right. The court seems to have been trying to take a low profile of the last few months, but there are a spate of cases that are going to be right in front of them that are going to make that very hard to keep keep up two of the first ones that are going to be there are case involving partisan gerrymandering. That's the the issue of voting maps that are drawn to maximize the advantages of the party in power. It's very likely the court will take that up in pass the courts conservatives will say once and for all those sorts of maps cannot be. Challenged in court. And then there's the issue of the federal law that bars job discrimination and lower courts are divided as to whether people who are discriminated against on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity are protected under that law, and there's again, an excellent chance the court will agree to take those issues up. Do you see more of the conservative justices, including Cavanaugh trying to t up controversial cases that might might advance a conservative agenda, certainly with the three established conservatives on the court Thomas Alito and Gorsuch county is a really interesting case because we're still seeing what kind of Justice he is going to be like up until a couple of weeks ago. I would have said to you. So far Justice Cavanaugh has seemed to be a little more life. Chief Justice Roberts in that. He wants the court to move slowly. But there was an emergency application filed by the Trump administration recently having to do with restrict. Eating where people could claim asylum along the Mexican border. The chief Justice John Roberts voted with the liberals to reject the administration's emergency application and Justice Kavanagh joined with the conservatives saying we would we would have voted to let the Trump administration require that any asylum. Applications be made at ports of entry. So we're we're seeing that Justice Cava may be starting to show some some different colors than we saw from him in the first few months, and at the conference on January eleven there are also some controversial cases coming. Yes. So this'll be the second private conference that they have in the new year too. Big issues there to have many significant issues, but the two biggest ones I highlight are one the Trump administration trying to let the president resend the DACA policy, that's the defer deportation policy for young immigrants who came here as children illegally and a second appeal that involve. The Trump administration's efforts to largely band transgender people from serving in the military, but those cases will be before the court in both cases, it's possible. The court will duck those fights and not take up the Trump administration appeals. But again, it's going to be hard for them to avoid them, particularly when you have the federal government saying, this is a really important issue. And we think you need to decide it now. Now, a new movie came out over the weekend holiday weekend about Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, what's her prognosis after undergoing lung surgery and the fall she had a few months ago, she's an eighty five year old woman. And so that that grain of salt, but it appears to be good. The all the information we received from that court is that there's no sign that the disease the masses that were found on on her lung. There's no sign that those have spread anywhere else. She was released from the hospital on Christmas day, and every indication is that she will be on the bench when the court returns next week. You wrote a story about. How her medical condition has led some to speculate on both sides? Yeah. This is the greatest nightmare for liberals and potentially an amazing opportunity for conservatives. If either she or some other liberal Justice, keep in mind, Stephen Briers, also eighty years old if either of them were to have to step down, we would potentially move away from this world where John Roberts is in the middle of the court and holding the court back and limiting what the court does to a world where John roberts's vote might not matter because Donald Trump could appoint a fifth hardcore conservative to the court, and then we could see some real dramatic changes in American law. Craig John Roberts is the chief. I know his vote counts just as much as the other Justice is or the other justices votes Kansas as much as his. But is there any more pull that he has or push because he's the chief can twist a few arms, certainly he can try there are subtle ways. He does have the power to assign opinions. He's in the majority, and that's potentially a very important power. Because if you have a Justice who wants to go further in a particular case and John Roberts wants to issue, a narrow ruling he can assign himself opinion and make sure that the language of it is pretty limited. So gets potentially important. But at the end of the day, he certainly is a conservative Justice. Now, there is a big argument coming up in February that we've been talking about regarding the census, okay? This is a controversy over the addition of a citizenship question to the census and people who are opposed to it say, it's going to depress participation and make it less likely that heavily Hispanic and often democratic areas will be counted in the census, and the issue is what sort of evidence can be used in the trial to consider whether the administration can put that that question on the next census supreme court has intervened incremental ways before this this argument. Now in late February they're going to hear arguments in a way that will potentially determine whether that that question can be on the next census. Thanks, greg. It sounds like it's going to be another big year at the court, and we may get some orders from the court and even opinions next week. That's bloomberg. News court reporter, Greg Stohr turning out Legal News Tesla's trying to put an end to its problems with the SEC following the Commission's allegations. That CEO Elon Musk committed fraud by tweeting that he had the funding secure to take the company private in August. Tesla added Larry Ellison, the co founder of oracle and Kathleen Wilson Thomson, the global chief human resources officer, Walgreens, boots alliance to its board. Joining me is Robert Hockett, professor at Cornell law school, Bob, let's go back to the SEC's giving tesla ninety days from a settlement in September to make some changes. What was the SEC looking for? Well, I think basically they were looking for Mr. mosque. Basically kind of get it house in order, you might say or get his act together. You might recall the United had a few conversations about Mr. Musk's travails over the last few months, and you know, what are the shots? I think from our conversations before, you know, fundamentally companies has a business what's going to work and fundamentally it had good CEO was quite visionary. But the problem is he was kind of multitasking taking on too much and maybe getting a little bit. You know, sorta hysterical keep up with with everything he was trying to keep up with the SEC seem to be looking for was basically for some kind of an orderliness to be restored around there kind of regularity and the way things are being done, including things like communications to the broader public about what's going on at the company in connection with things that bear on the company's value. I think these new board changes. Plus, of course, Mr. Musk's stepping down chair in November are probably going to be quite helpful both from the SEC's point of view in from the broader markets view. Let's talk a little bit about adding Larry Ellison, who's another larger than life tech titan to the board and friendly with Moscow. Is he the kind of person that the SEC had in mind when they wanted board changes. I actually think that that he is. And here's two points of view from which to look at this right one. It's been the point of view of optic, and the other is from the point of view of substance, right optically. It's not the best looking move of all time, of course. Because as we know Mr. Ellison is on record as being a bit of a booster, Mr. muskrat, a supporter of Mr. moss. And so those were kind of looking to superficially at things they all we need somebody to kind of rain in Mr. mosque and kind of stand over him monitoring carefully. Argued and say, well, this is a bad choice because Mr. Ellison isn't really that distant from at arm's length distance from Mr.. But again, I I think that would be a mere matter of optics the substance that that's important here that really matters is weather, some kind of order can be brought to the way things preceding over at tesla affected suffering. I think growing pains it's done much better than people expected. It some remarkable things up, but it's grown sort of too fast for Mr. musk himself to keep up when it comes to running it in an orderly fashion. And I think Mr. Ellison is going to be very good at doing that. In that case in this connection. I think his connections to Moscow are plus because it means he's actually apathetic with the company company, Mr. musk and believes in its alternate mission when it wants to do, and what do you know about? Kathleen Wilson Thompson. I think the significance of MS Wilson Thompson's appointment, it has to do with human resources background that you might recall that was another of the problems that sort of came up over the autumn extra that's been festering for even longer than that. But discussion of those human resources problems, or or sort of employee relations at tesla had been sort of in the news again of the glass months, and this is her specialty. So from that point of view, it might be a very good choice. Optically? Of course, there's again, a kind of a downside and some people are saying, well, she doesn't have a big industrial sorts of experience. Right. She's a a kind of a retail experience. And so she might not be good for this purpose. But I frankly that we ought to give her a chance because it's not clear to me that the human resources, quote, unquote, or employee relations issues are going to be different between the two sorts of circumstance, Bob how much can board members really control, Elon Musk. He controls enough of the voting stock that nothing can really be done without his say. So that's definitely a potential problem is the only time there's an. Outsized personality, so to speak that's identified really closely with particular company that person is likely to have a kind of an outsized influence whether or not you're she has huge shareholdings. And of course, Mr. musk has that too. So in that sense, right? You could imagine that he would continue to be kind of uncomfortable in a certain sense on the other hand, again, Mr. Ellison is another sort of outsized personality. And when there's a great track record when it comes to imposing order on a company that has sort of gotten into trouble, and even his friendship with Mr. moss. My guess would be that the two of them will be able to kind of work this out in a way that actually works. Well for the firm. Thanks, bob. That's Robert Hockett, a professor at Cornell law school, and that's it for this edition of Bloomberg law..
"mr mosque" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is a Bloomberg business flash. And I'm John second Enberg newsroom with this. Bloomberg business flash. Stocks are turning higher the afternoon trading. The new York Stock Exchange. There's been a surge in the price of oil that his boosted sentiment as the year gets underway. Treasury prices also rising along with the price of gold. Now, the Dow Jones industrial average remembers down as much as four hundred points earlier today close to four hundred right now, it's up thirty up attempts at twenty three thousand three hundred fifty nine the S and P five hundred new session highs that's five points up two tenths of a percent at twenty five eleven composite index of thirty five points that's up half a percent at sixty six seventy one as for recruit NYMEX right now up a dollar eighty one a barrel up four percent at forty seven dollars twenty one cents a barrel. Comex gold up to seventy announce at twelve eighty four exactly now the ten year yield that is down to two point six six percent. There is a bid to treasuries right now peering all fits a earlier gains right now up four thirty seconds in the price again price up yield down. We check the markets every fifteen minutes during the treaty right here on Bloomberg radio. I'm John Tucker. That is a Bloomberg business flash. Thank you, John. We're live from the Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studio shares have tesla tumbled after the company reported disappointing model three deliveries and a price cut for its lineup of electric cars today. This happens as the is trying to put a book end on its problems with the SEC following the Commission's allegations. That CEO Elon Musk committed fraud by tweeting that he had the funding secured to take the company private in August. Tesla added Larry Ellison co-founder oracle. And Kathleen Wilson Thompson, the global chief human resources officer of Walgreen's boots alliance to its board. Joining me is Robert Hockett, professor at Cornell law school, Bob, let's go back to the SEC's giving tesla ninety days from a settlement in September to make some changes. What was the SEC looking for? Great to be with you happy new year. I think basically they were looking for Mr. Musk's basically kind of get it acted your house in order, you might say or get his act together. You might recall the United had a few conversations about Mr. Musk's prevails over the last few months over the last few months, and you know, what are the upshot? I think from our conversations before was that, you know, fundamentally, the company seems to be you know, has a business model it's going to work and fundamentally it had good CEO was quite visionary. But the problem was he was kind of multitasking taking on too much and maybe getting a little bit, you know, sort of hysterical, and maybe a little bit, you know, to Adderall say infused. Try just to keep up with with everything he was trying to keep up with the SEC seem to be looking for was basically for some kind of an orderliness to be restored around there and some kind of regularity in the way things were being done, including things like communications to the broader public about what's going on at the company in connection with things that have their companies value. I think these. A new board changes. Plus, of course, Mr. Musk's stepping down as chair in November probably going to be quite helpful both from the SEC's pointed you in from the broader markets point of view. Let's talk a little bit about adding Larry Ellison, who's another larger than life tech titan to the board and a friendly with mosque is that is he the kind of person that the SEC had in mind when they wanted board changes. I actually think that that he is. And here's here's your two points of view from which to look at this, right? One is for the point of view of optics and the other is from the point of view of substance, right optically. It's not the best looking move of all time, of course. Because as we know Mr. Ellison is on record as being a bit of a booster, Mr. Mr. muskrat, a supporter of Mr. moss. And so those were kind of looking just superficially things that they all we need somebody to kind of rain in Mr. mosque and kind of stand over him monitoring carefully are going to say, well, this is a bad choice because Mr. Allison is that distant from he stopped at arm's length distance from Mr. Ma. But again, I don't think I think that would be a mere matter of optics the substance. It's. That's important here that really matters is weather, some kind of order can be brought to the way things were preceding over at tesla. Unaffected suffering. I think growing pains it's done much better than people expected. It some remarkable things up, but it's growing sort of too fast for Mr. musk himself to keep up when it comes to running it in an orderly fashion. And I think Mr. Ellison is going to be very good at doing that. And in that case in this connection, I think his connections to Moscow are plus because it means he's actually apathetic with the company company apathetic with Mr. musk and believes in its alternate mission when it wants to do, and what do, you know about Kathleen Wilson Thompson, not as much of a known quantity commodity as Ellison? Yeah. So I think the real the thing about the significance of MS Wilson, Thompson appointment has to do with human resources background that you might recall that was another of the problems that sort of came up over the autumn exit. That's been festering pre the longer than that. But discussion of those human resources problems, or or sort of employee relations at tesla had been sort of in the news again over the last month. And this is her specialty from that point of view. It might be a very good choice. Optically? Of course, there's again, a kind of a downside. And that is some people saying, well, he doesn't have a big sort of industrial sorts of experience. Right. She's a kind of a retail experience. She might not be great for this purpose. But I frankly, did we ought to give her a chance because it's not clear to me that the human resources, quote, unquote, or employee relations issues are going to be different between the two sorts of circumstance, Bob how much can board members really control Elon Musk besides his his role there. He controls enough of the voting stock that nothing. Can really be done without his say. So. Well, I mean, that's that's definitely a potential problem is anytime a there's an outsized personality, so to speak identified really closely with particular company that person is likely to have a kind of an outside whether or not here, she has huge shareholdings. And of course, Mr. musk has that too. So in that sense, right? You could imagine that he would continue to be, you know, the kind of uncomfortable in a certain sense on the other hand, again, Mr. Ellison is another sort of outsized personality. And when there's a great track record when it comes to imposing order on a company that has sort of got into a bit of trouble, and it given his friendship with Mr. mosque my impression, my guess would be the two of them will be able to kind of work this out in a way to actually worked. Well for the firm. About a minute here. Do you see Elon Musk quieting down, and and as far as public statements this coming year, my guess is that he will continue. He seems to enjoy the limelight, or at least a sort of the impulsive about seeking the limelight or communicating with the public. So I'm sure we'll hear more from plenty. But my guess is that he'll be a little bit more teams when he does it right? He'll probably be a little bit more savvy about how the kinds of things that he does and says are apps to be read by the broader public. And of course, by regulators. All right. Thank you so much, Bob. It's always a pleasure. That's Robert Hockett. He's professor at Cornell law school and just reminded that musk relinquish the role of chairman in November. And both he and the company agreed to pay twenty million dollars in penalties. As part.
"mr mosque" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Tesla CEO. Elon Musk has been known to send out some pretty attention grabbing tweets among them the when he sent back in August. When he wrote quote 'em, considering taking tesla private at four hundred twenty dollars funding secured unquote. That one got the attention of US securities and Exchange Commission. And now the SEC has charged Mr. musk with securities fraud because of what it calls false and misleading tweets, and the commission is so unimpressed with Mr.. Mosque that it says it is seeking debare him from quote, serving as an officer or director of a public company. Mr. musk says the suit is an unjustified action. Michael lift ACC is a lawyer who used to work for the SEC. We reached Mr. lift tick in Washington, DC this elliptic. Why is this. Tweet from Elon Musk, such a big deal in the eyes of the. It's a big deal because anytime public company CEO speaks to the market, they have an obligation to speak truthfully and completely. And the issue with his tweet was particularly a couple of words. There that say, funding secured the SEC now, alleges that that was not the case, and he knew that it was not the case and lower the results of him putting up that tweet. Well, when you put up that tweet, people took it at face value that in fact, he had an intention to take tesla private that would have an effect on the stock price. And in fact, it did have an effect on the stock price. It went up dramatically that day. So investors clearly believed that that information tesla was potentially going private, who's incredibly important to them and they reacted to it by buying the stock and this this kind of pricey that what he had to say to Mr. mosque said he said that funding for the transaction had been secured and that the only remaining uncertainty was a shareholder vote was was any of this true? Well, according to the SEC complaint, virtually none of it was true. They walked through all of the ways in which that statement was false. What we what they allege is that while he may have had a thirty to forty five minute meeting with international sovereign wealth fund, they never discussed price. The conversation was very vague. There were other hurdles before any deal could take. Place. There were no terms. He had no advisors. They hadn't agreed on any kind of structure. He hadn't approached the board of directors, so not only to give a firm price for hundred, twenty dollars a share, but also to say the only barrier was the shareholder vote makes it sound like it's all done. Papered wrapped up and ready to go. And in fact, that was not the case. Any consideration for the fact that this is his kind of style, the unless is kind of a dramatic that he does make sweeping gestures of this kind. It's just part of his his sort of his MO his fiercer so and it's done him. Well, in many respects consideration, this is how he does business. Well, I think there's a line and while certain people may be more charismatic or aggressive in the way they use social media, this case sends a strong message that no matter who you are, how you use Twitter or other social media. If you speak to the market, you must be true. Awfully and here the SEC clearly believes that he was not speaking truthfully and in the public company arena, that's very serious obligation and your personality and your approach. It just isn't going to be an excuse the price, one hundred twenty dollars a share, come from. Do you know. Well, there was a lot of speculation when it first came out. I believe the SEC complaint alleges that he essentially made it up that he thought that it was that a twenty percent premium was standard for private equity deals. And so he simply.
"mr mosque" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Tesla CEO. Elon Musk has been in the news recently because of his tweets, rats and interviews regarding himself in the company. It comes as Tesla's struggles with cash problems and its attempts to ramp up production of the model, three electric powered sedan, but Wall Street Journal hurt on the street columnist. Charlie grant says, Tesla's troubles are tied not to more recent developments, but to two decisions. Musk made back in two thousand sixteen Charlie joins us in our studio. Charlie, a lot has happened with tesla in two years. You point out in your article at wsj.com that tesla was on solid footing financially back in two thousand sixteen. Yeah. I mean they didn't make any money making their cars, but their balance sheet. I what you owe long-term to your suppliers. Bondholders and other stakeholders was much clear than what we see today and tesla had its financing much in much better control back. Then you say that to moves musk made led to financial. Problems and the current investigations by the securities and Exchange Commission. What did he do? Well, we know one aspect of the investigation is looking into Tesla's communications around the model three. And when you go back and read the shareholder letters that are official, a k filings with the SEC, they're pretty extraordinary Alon. Mosques told investors in the first quarter results of twenty sixteen. This came out back in may of that year that the model three was set to be the biggest consumer launch ever consumer product of any sort and a few months later and the next shareholder letter we learned that they have finally completed the design of this car, right? So the car coming before the horse in a big way here. So you know the excitement around that certainly helps the stock. It did wonders for their valuation, but now those issues are coming back to roost because the model three launch has been much more problematic than the company had communicated back then. And they are hitting production numbers that are good and improving, but nowhere close to what investors had been promised. But they seem to have been wildly optimistic. Mr.. Mosque said back, then he expected tesla according to what you write would make one hundred thousand two hundred thousand model threes in the second half of two thousand seventeen sending tesla shares up in the following year and how many floor four thousand. And so there is a safe harbor for communicating about the future because no one knows for sure what the future holds, but you don't see a company missed by this much in terms of what they're going to do in not that long term of a timeframe. So the miss was always very shocking to me. And then recently we've learned that regulators are looking into that and didn't Musk's tesla production forecasts end up saddling the company with a lot of debt because they took out two point or one point, eight billion dollars back in August twenty seventeen to finance this thing, and those bonds trade less than ninety cents on the dollar a year into issuance. And the same thing happened. With the move to absorb solar city, which was the solar panel, making company that tesla acquired, and the move was made to absorb solar city into the rest of the company. That's right. Elon Musk was the chairman still is, was the chairman of solar city and the largest shareholder and full. Of course, the chairman of tesla and the largest shareholder.
A look at Tesla's nine-member board
"Little bit more now about the car company. That's really a technology company who CEO is looking for conservatively tens of billions of. Dollars to take it. Private, you'll on musk is the CEO. Tesla, of course, is the company. In the question we've been tossing around here marketplace world headquarters is where the heck has Tesla's board been on this whole thing from Mr.. Mosque drew Harwell covers technology for the Washington Post drew. Welcome the program. Thank you. What do you suppose an I? I understand this calls for some conjecture on your part. What do you suppose the conversations among tesla board members right now are like, I think there's some frustration that they're always having to clean up Ilan Musk's mess. It's always been Alon has driven the car of tesla. He's always been sort of visionary and often that works out really well. I mean they make great cars, but you know, when you're a board member, you wanna have some predictability in the operation, especially when it comes to something that'll cost a couple tens of billions of dollars. It's hard to do that when you don't know what sort of information is going to be tweeted out in the middle of the night. Well, and and they have hired, I think, to law firms at last report to assist in in whatever happens. From here. This is not normal board. CO behavior. Is it? No, everything in this process has gone exactly backwards of what you would expect. You would expect there to be a lot of due diligence, a lot of lawyers and financial advisers behind the scenes getting the steel underway. And then at the end of this whole process, the CEO goes out on Twitter and says, hey, look, what we've done Alon went out. I made a huge show of having funding secured and the board was quiet for about, I think, thirty hours or so before they put out there statement in this situation, we have Ilan maybe talking. I am thinking second and we have the company's racing scrambling to catch up and you know that's clearly become a big issue for some investors in. I think it's becoming an issue for the directors to, well, what does it say? Even that he came out with that four hundred and twenty dollars share price. And all of us me included thought knows making some pot joke. Here we the. Yeah. I mean, we haven't gotten any. Sort of thinking behind the calculation of why four twenty. And clearly the joke is there Alon loves these kinds of jokes. By the way he named the cars of tesla s. three x and y, which spells out sexy. So. These, is that what you want a companies trying to change the world man. He's clearly got a huge army of fans because he does jokes like this. But yeah, I back on the four twenty thing. I mean, the Saudi money that Alon says will swing in and save the day. None of them have said anything about how the four twenty number came to be. So spitball this for me right with reports today. So far, an anonymous sources, but reports today that the SEC has issued subpoenas with the board, having hired a couple of law firms with no real idea of where the money's actually gonna come from. Now, what happens? What happens is a lot more people in suits, get involved. Goldman Sachs is now financially advising tesla. There's going to be lawyers and financial advisers for EON for the board for the special committee.
"mr mosque" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"And therefore if we get the broader support, that's what the SMP and with the ten year now to three percent or give or take right there, which people are very comfortable at the financials an overall. They've had a very good month and obviously started off with earnings, but you're talking about six percent for the XL f- in the last month. Or so that's pretty impressive. To me. The biggest risk is market had we're all thinking, oh, the workout trade, they'll work it out. Won't be a problem. Doesn't matter that the rhetoric keeps getting ratcheted up. That's the biggest risk because they don't work it out. There's a lot of downside. I think to a lot of different industries. I think there's some upside if they do work it out, assuming it's all going to be fine snorting sort of making that assumption. But with the Vicks here, think it's good to own some puts at your portfolio. I think that that makes a ton of sense this morning, though we get an announcement that China slapped another sixteen billion dollars worth of sixteen billion in tariff as a group and the market yawned. I mean, because drink fairly get out. I think you think everyone's just accepted. These tariffs are really going to happen, and that's going to be the new way the world trade works Joan. I, I'm not sure. And I would agree that ultimately the inflationary implications of a ten percent tariff on the global economy is got a ten percent hit on equity valuations. I don't think people are thinking about that, but I think people are looking at the reality, especially if consume. Discretionary and banks and transports. And I don't think they're terribly concerned about tariffs once they've truly done their work. I think a lot of these sectors actually are more. More impervious and are going to be defensive in the environment are coming up, tesla CEO, Elon Musk reportedly under fire. Now from the SEC is it looks into his surprising tweets about the company day who Twitter and being the kryptonite for Mr. mosque plus retail stocks, staging, a stealth rally ahead of their earnings reports. Next week. We're just talking about that guy. Adama says, there's one name he thinks could be the big winner there. We are live from time square in New York City tonight, and there is much more fast money after this..
Snapchat lost three million users in Q2 2018
"Cova Boris Johnson to be suspended from the parliamentary party because of his criticism of Muslim face fails to leading companies are being broken rules about advertising, junk food to children, and a service of commemoration is taking place in northern France to Mark the centenary of the battle of annual which proved a turning point at the end of the first World War. The BBC news is read this morning, but Chris Aldridge there's mounting pressure from within the conservative party for Boris Johnson to apologize for his comments about berkers cobs in a newspaper column, the former foreign secretary wrote that Muslim women who wore the full face veil, looked like letterboxes or Bank robbers. Theresa May said Mr. Johnson should say, sorry, but others have gone further. The founder of the conservative Muslim forum has said he should lose the whip meaning he would no longer represent the party at Westminster, our political correspondent. Jonathan Blake reports in his Daily Telegraph column. Boris Johnson argued against public ban on the burqa. And kneecap as has been introduced in Denmark but the language used his prompted criticism from opposition MP's groups representing the Muslim community and some senior members of his own party speaking on this, program the culture secretary, Jeremy Wright said it was reasonable to have a robust debate about the burqa but mister Johnson's language hadn't been helpful advice to Boris would be tough this conversation by all means and. To give his point of view in, a robust way but to make sure as a public figure the language he's using doesn't cause offence if it doesn't have to the conservative peer, Lord shake went further saying Boris Johnson should be thrown out of the parliamentary, party for what he said a. Source close to Mr. Johnson said he, would, not be apologizing and it. Was ridiculous to attack his views in this way nearly a month since he quit his foreign secretary over the prime minister's Brexit strategy, Boris Johnson's comments. On this topic have again demonstrated his capacity. To prompt debate and division within the conservative party And. Beyond the advertising standards, authority is up held. Complaints against KFC and Kellogg's for advertising junk food to children new rules, banning adverts of foods high in fat. Sugar and salt to under sixteen came into force last summer KFC apologize saying it's advert had been mistakenly place near school, catalogue says it has reduced the sugar in, it cereals the president of the Royal. College of pediatrics and child health professor Russell Vajna told us more needed to be done to address the rules as I stand only applied to children's. Programming which is a pretty small amount of the television that children watch so the real issue is family television viewing it's the way children watch TV with their families before the nine o'clock watershed when they watch. The big programs the x factor Britain's got talent and that's where we need to get new restrictions in place The I recall petition for British MP opens later this morning. Voters in north Antrim are being asked whether the DUP's Ian Paisley should face a, by election, after he failed to, declare family holidays, paid for by the Sri Lankan government is currently suspended from. Westminster on. The legislation introduced two years ago constituents. Can sign a petition to unseat their MP if they've committed misdemeanors, more details from our correspondent Emma Vardi paisley went on three luxury holidays at the expense of the Sri Lankan government in two thousand thirteen. He later lobby David Cameron then prime minister, on the country's behalf after this came to light last year the. Parliamentary standards committee concluded Mr. paisley was guilty. Of serious misconduct the recall petitions open at nine o'clock this morning and Mr. Paisley's north Antrim constituency if over, the next six weeks that signed, by ten percent of constituents it will lead to a by-election The rules allow for petitions to. Be opened up to ten locations and there's been criticism of the electoral office by Xinfei over the. Decision to open just three Mr. paisley has insisted he will fight any by election to save his Westminster seat. In Indonesia a. Hundred and, fifty people are now believed to have. Died as a result of the two, strong earthquakes on the island of Lomborg an estimated seventy thousand people have been left homeless rescue teams are still searching for survivors one Red Cross worker. Said that in some villages on the island every house had collapsed and, roads and bridges have been destroyed Elon Musk has said. He's considering taking the electric car company tesla back into private ownership the billionaire said he'd secured the more than seventy billion dollars needed to buy back the. Shares trading and tesla was briefly halted on. The new York Stock Exchange after the announcement the chairs eventually ended, the day eleven percent up Kim Gittleson reports from New York Elon Musk has had a difficult. Relationship with stock market investors he's been particularly angered by the so-called shortsellers who've made record bats on the ultimate collapse of tesla Mr., Musk's tweet that he was, considering taking the electric carmaker off the market and back. Into private ownership caused an immediate spike in, its share price before trading was halted and it threatened no same. Shortsellers with big losses Mr. mosque followed up his tweets with a letter. To the company in which he said that while no. Final decision has been made he believes taking the company private would create the environment for tesla to operate. Best if tesla has taken private at the price Mr. musk suggests it would be the. Biggest buyout in US history the latest financial results for the photo and video sharing. App Snapchat show it's lost three million users in the last three months Snapchat. Had one hundred. Thousand eight million daily users in, the last quarter, down from one hundred and nine Ninety one million. In the three months before analysts say Snapchat is facing strong challenges from rival such as Facebook and Instagram Argentina's Senate will vote, later on whether to legalize abortion in the first fourteen weeks. Of pregnancy currently is only allowed. In the case of rape or if the woman's life is endangered or South America. Correspondent Katie Watson reports from Buenos Aires the fact that this vote is, even taking place is a big moment for Argentina campaigners have been fighting, to legalize abortion for more than a decade here introducing bills to congress on seven separate occasions until now they've got nowhere but. The, growing strength of the women's rights movement has. Had a big influence in pushing the issue of, abortion the, political agenda however Catholicism still holds a powerful place in Argentina it's the birthplace of the current pope after all since June when the lower house narrowly voted in favor of allowing abortion religious groups have. Been campaigning hard to ensure the Bill doesn't become no, hundreds of thousands of people are expected to hold a vigil outside congress Throughout the debate to people have been rescued after yacht collided. With a cargo vessel off the coast of Dungeness in Kent the coastguard. Received a mayday call from the York just after four o'clock this morning, crew members both thought to be uninjured a project is beginning to locate all of the public defibrillators in England, Scotland it's known. That, there are tens of thousands of the machines. In stations public buildings offices and shops but ambulance, crews and, nine nine nine operators often don't know where they are the British heart foundation is creating a database of all the sites so that when people collapsed they can be offered potentially life-saving help for more quickly Theresa May and Prince William will be among two thousand guests attending a ceremony in northern France to Mark the centenary of the battle of annual the battle marked the start of the final major offensive of the first World War helping to bring about the. Honest in November nineteen eighteen correspondent Daniela Daniela Ralph is there the battle of Amazon was the beginning of the end of World War One not as well known. As the battles of the song more passion Dale it did the start started the, hundred day offensive toward the armistice it gave the is physical and psychological superiority over Germany today's commemoration will tell, the, story of Amazon through diary extracts letters and poems that you could Cambridge, will give the opening reading, at the ceremony and meet, the, descendants of those who fought the event will. Recognize the importance of all the allied nations who made such significant gains on the eighth of, August nineteen eighteen it will also remember the brutal impact The battle had on German. Forces described by one general as the blackest day for the German.
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