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GOP's McCarthy Warns Tech Companies Not to Accept Records Request From Jan. 6 Committee
"Committee. That is investigating the insurrection attack on the capital on january. Sixth wants the phone records from some pro. Insurrectionist republicans from that day and now minority leader. Kevin mccarthy and fellow republicans are lashing out earlier. This week bipartisan. select committee. Told thirty five. Private tech companies including apple facebook google and major cellphone carriers to preserve phone records which may be relevant to its investigation. Response mccarthy issued a pretty transparent threat to punish those same companies warning quote. A republican majority will not forget. And so we're left with scenario. Republicans don't seem willing to argue the merits of the case sort of brushing aside instead relying on this. Frankly thuggish rhetoric throwing out even the pretense of reasonable discourse order debate about the law in favor of just sheer intimidation. Politics and served as associate counsel during president barack obama's first term. He's the co founder and executive director of the nonprofit protect democracy which is working to combat the country's slide towards torturing him and he joins me. Now i have to say. I was even by the standards of our era i was. I was pretty shocked by that. Threat that just explicit threat in that kevin mccarthy statement. There's lots of folks saying that itself should trigger some kind of ethics investigation that it itself violate certain codes of conduct reaction to seeing. I think it's worse an ethics violation Mccarthy essentially did is something that i've been calling autocratic capture which is when authoritarian government actors. Us government power to bully private businesses and being their political allies. In this that political lackeys. It's something the mubarak regime did an egypt for decades. It's what vladimir. Putin doesn't russia. It's what talk carlson's hero Doesn't hungry it's not a dynamic that any american ceo should want to take hold here and if they give into this behavior. they're going to embolden. So i think what american private sector needs to be talking about is forming a lehto article five like mutual defense that if autocratic politicians gonna come after one come after all of them led mccarthy take on the entire american private sector.
How to Day Trade Crypto Successfully in 2021 - Regardless of Your Background or Experience
"Hey guys mubarak have in penny stock copier doing well in this episode. I wanna talk to you guys about how today. Trade crypto currency right. You've seen a lot of people make a lot of money from it. And to be honest it's one of the only methods left in the kind of Financial market world where you can actually still win all right. The reason for that is because all of the other markets and exchanges you know stocks commodities gold silver forks foreign exchange options. They've pretty much been taken over by billion dollar institutions. That have too much money in software built in right. There's algorithm ick trading. There's other people's money involved than there is. Phd's from harvard wall street and pretty much. It's almost too competitive to kinda win. The markets if you're trying to compete on anything other outside of cryptocurrency right whereas with cryptocurrency. There's always these types of different cryptos and coins that are popping off. And you know the good thing is that they're open twenty four seven so if you just know the right strategies then you'll be able to get ahead all right so consider this as an intro to day trading cryptocurrency. And i'm gonna go over the pros the cons and at the end. I'm going to go over some very strategic pretty much strategies and methods for how you can succeed and where you should start as a beginner intermediate and kind of delve into it further. All right so you know day trading first of all what is it right and it's basically a strategy where people you know. The technical terminology means that you'll enter our trade and sell the same trade in the same day right so it's the opposite of the kind of warren buffett principle of buying holding. All right. now you can do that. With certain crypto currencies and certain stocks. But the thing with the buy and hold method is that it's a very passive type of
Next Billion Dollar Crypto?! FLOW Crypto Explained
"To Hey guys mubarak care in penny stock hopi to him well in this episode of one. Talk you guys today about flow ny. It's one of the fastest growing highest kind of gaining crypto currencies. Out there right now depending on when you're watching this but it's just been shooting up recently over the last Pretty short timeframe and even in the last week so Has kind of a little bit of a round dip here but you can see that. In the last three months you can just tell by the volume spike that something is going on so i wanna kinda talk about how important volume is in this video. And also just in general my thoughts about flow So i start off talking about why they're shooting up so high even as you're watching this going up Essentially what they are is. They're a very well. Back out. Crypto currency so the same. people that made crypto kitties top shah working with lot of big companies. They basically or growing pretty quickly and have the right type of funding behind them. All right so one of the secrets that i teach over at in penny stock is how just on a fundamental basis right to. That's not looking at the technicals. That's just purely looking at You know the actual data in terms of looking at the what. The crypto currency even is or stock or whatever it is You definitely want to know where it stands so because of the background and because of the team behind it crypto katie's dapper wallet. Nba top shot. You know that this crypto currency is going to be around for a little bit. At least you know so It was founded by dapper. Labs dapper labs is I want to talk about this. To dapper labs is one of the biggest type of kinda cryptocurrency companies blockchain based tech companies and. They're in it for the long run. So what they're focusing on doing is you can see. They're raising money at over seven point five billion dollar valuation but they're essentially trying to build a better blockchain with With this here with
How to Trade Crypto in 2021
"Hey guys mubarak hear of in penny stock. Hope you're doing well in this video. I wanna be able to provide a intro video for anybody. Who is just finding out about cryptocurrency. Don't worry and i've heard a lot about it or even if you've heard it and have some experience with this is just a over all cap of what exactly crypto currency is all right so it's all in the news you've heard about probably bitcoin and some of these different Crypto currencies blockchain. All that so. I wanna provide this as an opportunity for you guys to kind of understand what it is all right so this we're gonna get into a minute. This website is called coin market cap and it goes over the different crypto currencies out there. There's a lot of them right now. You know just a few years ago. There was only a handful of them now. Over ten thousand different crypto currencies and more and more come out Every day but what exactly is crypto currency Essentially you should just think about it as a type of current just like the us dollar or whatever country you're from whatever currency they use its money but it's a digital version of it all right so there's no government associated with it. There is no type of regulatory body Even these crypto currencies for example blockchain not blockchain. That's the technology But basically the know the different coins like the ones you see here. Bitcoin at theory m tether some of them have companies associated with them but a lot of them are what they call a decentralized all right
What Is OXT Coin?
"Hey guys mubarak here. In penny stock and crypto theory. Hope you're doing well in this episode. I wanna talk to you guys about orkid or o x t and y. It's popping off what it does. Add kind of the reasoning behind. Why this should potentially be on your watchlist. Alright you're listening. You've probably seen that. It's popping off right now. In general you know what we do here. At crypto theory is trying to make a focus on understanding and getting a grasp as to which projects and which crypto currencies are actually successful. Or i because there's a lot of different kinds. There's a lot of one's coming up almost on a daily basis and it's important to know where and how you should utilize them whether it's something you want to just us for the fun because of the blockchain or more specifically i bet if you're listening to this it's more so because you're interested in trading them. They're seeing the amount of prophets that can be made. And you wanna kinda take advantage of that. So this is on the orchid website. Right will we want to talk about here is what even is orchid. Alright so essentially what it is you can see is that it's a vpn. Now that's a virtual private network. Essentially at its crypto power till the purpose of it is essentially you know virtual private networks have been used by people around the world for while in order to kind of mask their ip address so they can Engage in behavior that they don't want tracked are because nowadays with everything with cookies with the ability for people to kind of just pick up information and everything is tracked by google facebook social media every think or get allows you to kind of go through on a decentralised. Vpn because at the end of the day even the virtual private networks. You're still working with that company specifically wherever it has providing you that virtual private network so there are still some traceability and so oh t orchid basically use is What's referred to as your twenty staking token so that's off of the ethereal chain But it's still more contract concept
Chad Rebels Threaten to Depose Slain President's Son
"Half father with the repercussions of the death in combat of Chad's President Idriss Deby struck down, the army says as he fought rebels. He's being succeeded by his son, Mohammed. He just did. He came to power by the gun in 1990 ruled the country ever since. With the help of allies like France, his death will have huge consequences in the saddle, where he was at the heart of the fight against jihadist groups. And in Sudan. Debbie was from there's a gala ethnic group, which straddles Chad's border with Sudan's western region of Darfur. Four. The Debbie's years in power, Heart human Ndjamena were by turns allies and enemies at various points supporting each other's rebel groups. So I called up the former Sudanese minister Mubarak and federal mufti. Started by asking for his personal recollections of interest, Debbie I was the one who received him when he came with the refugees with that, so my relationship with him was direct and personal. Since 1989 on Dhere was able to forge an alliance between the exact hour the Arabs and the Sarah on keep Chad to stable for a very long time. Chad is very important for that. Foreign, therefore, is very important for the stability of chat. So what that does the demise of interest. Debbie Mean for Darfur all mean for Sudan. Well, it reads was very much involved in the tuba court, with their foreign military movements were our most please of our on Greece was going to be instrumental in helping to reach social and political settlement between The Arabs in therefore on the African tribes. Because you needed that for his own stability in chat, because if there is no worry conciliation in, therefore, that may transmit into shot on dad ups made support their fellow Arabs in chat, so He was very concerned to have peace in their four and to have social and political reconciliation between the tribes off Therefore,
Egypt and the Arab Winter
"Arab spring. Well who doesn't love a democratic revolution. Who's not moved by. Brave protests is calling for the downfall of a brutal regime well a decade ago. That's precisely what happened in the streets of cairo and alexandria a wall of sound as egypt's vice president. I'm sulaiman announces that president hosni mubarak will step down the merciful. The compassionate seasons mahamat house entrusting mubarak has decided a month as president of the republic might have seconds after the announcement. Cairo erupted in celebrations. We are extremely happy. We are all aspiring future for egypt. We are not depending on the government anymore. This is the egyptian people. And this is the base of the new constitution now. The worldwide far the greater the egyptian uprising that culminated in the downfall of mubarak. This is ten years ago so february. Twenty eleven all. That was entirely understandable. Wasn't it after all all revolutions at least in the first few days they blissful and remember every tarn across the water arab world trembled. We already had president ali. Fleeing tunisia albany mubarak of course was toppled. Gaddafi was killed by fellow libyans. Assad of course. Vice the syrian sunni rebellion however. The egyptian uprising did not deliver a democratic outcome. Nor did the cycled arab spring really amount to a more liberal future for the region. Why noah feldman is professor of law at harvard law school. He's author of the arab winter. Tragedy noah welcome to. Abc's radio national. Thank you for having me take us back a decade ago so to the wave of popular protests that swept the middle east. There was something profoundly moving for anybody who cares about freedom in watching large numbers of people say enough is enough. We want to have a say in how things are done in our country and we want dignity and we want social justice and we want freedom. And that i think was the reason that all over the world people responded so positively to the arab spring. It's also the reason that the impulse to have these kinds of protests and change spread across the arabic speaking world to so many countries and so there was a sense of optimism but also a sense of gee what will come next and i think in some countries more than others a worry that what might come next might not be as positive as the protesters hoped what comes next. I mean for generations. It was widely believed that arabs. As opposed to site asians europeans africans latin americans. The widespread view was that arabs. Were uniquely allergic to democracy and of course the arab spring challenged narrative yet use site new book quote. It brought little good. The arab spring ultimately made many people's lives worse than they were before house are. That's a painful realization to reach especially for someone like me who believes very fundamentally that there is no country no culture no group of people organized by region or religion or language who have less in the way of aspiration to self government and freedom than any other but ultimately the reason i can conclude that it brought more harm than good. Is that in egypt. The process that began with democratization and experiment ended in a new dictatorship is bad and in many ways worse than the one that came before in syria the process of arab spring ultimate gave way to a vicious improve civil war. The gun to be sure by the syrian regime in its own defense that left almost half the population displaced either internally or externally and killed hundreds of thousands of people and pretty much the place in the arab world where things are measurably better as a result of the arab. Spring is the tiny country of tunisia. Which has actually the odds to build a functioning constitutional democracy. They still a lot of other problems. But that's just a tiny tiny piece of the much bigger picture in which things are either no better or in some cases much worse
"mubarak" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And North Africa became known as the Arab spring. It's a 2011 protest in Cairo, Egypt, which is where the BBC Selena Beale is now she's on Skype. Sally remind us how this personal protest set off the Arab spring. Um Mohammed bars Easy Woz, a street vendor. He woz suffering from very dire economic conditions, and he set himself alive out of despair and then The Arab world was shaken like never before. Demonstrations and coals for freedom and democracy started in Tunisia, but but they swept across many countries, including Egypt, Syria, Libya and Yemen. And the big question now, 10 years on after the Arab spring. Are these countries better off Because there is this big debate? Is it better to have a chaotic country that is free or a stable country that suffers repression? So use Egypt than where you are now is a case in point. I think a lot of people will remember Cairo as the center of the Arab spring, the longtime authoritarian leader, Hosni Mubarak was forced out. That happened in February of 2011. So when when you look at the oppression that existed then and as you say, the chaotic freedom that might exist right now, what does that look like? Over the past few days I've been talking to human rights lawyers and journalists and A number of people who took part in the revolution back and 2011, and many of them agree that perhaps the days of work are far better than what we have now, many off those who took part in the revolution, whether they are Islamists or liberals. Many of them are either behind bars or living in a self imposed exile. Or they are in Jane the dream they once pursued the dream for a democracy. A Democratic free state is now very far. It's maybe a story from the past. But they were political prisoners kept certainly under Hosni Mubarak and people are afraid to speak out, even say his name on the street. I mean, are things really not better compared to what we have? Nowadays, A lot of people would say human rights lawyers that have been talking to recently they say, yes. Mubarak, Woz and Autocratic ruler. He was a corrupt president, but he's still allowed some space for freedom of expression. I mean some books. Some movies could criticize the authorities. We don't have any of that. Now you cannot have a movie, for example, or a song that criticizes the government. We know that the Middle East is not one big swath, but but where have There have been improvements, if any in countries that experience the Arab spring. And where have things gotten worse? Tunisia It's always the answer to that question. Tunisia is the biggest success story in the Arab spring. But Tunisians still complain as well about not having a very bright future for Young men and women who over throw bin Ali 10 years ago. But despite that a lot of Arabs and be the Tunisians for the margin of freedom of expression they enjoy and that we deeply miss in countries like Egypt, for example. Tunisia, where it all began 10 years ago today, the BBC Sally Nobile in Cairo, Egypt. Thank you very much. Thank you. This is here and now. In rural parts of the United States. Coronavirus concerns have schools closing and opening and closing again. I think if you had to sum it up in one word, it would be unpredictable. So why are parents in some communities resisting safety measures like masks? I don't make him wear him. I'm just not scared of the virus, I guess. Seems like it's just a another string of flu on the next morning edition from NPR News. Join us tomorrow morning for all the latest while you've been sleeping on morning edition starting 2 A.m. tomorrow. I'm sure I'm Brody The European Union's top officials said today that substantial progress on many issues.
About Modest Mussorgsky
"Hello I'm Naomi Lewin welcome to classics for. Kids. Modeste. MAZUROWKSI was born in eighteen, thirty nine in the village of Carnival. In Russian his name is pronounced Moose key which sounds like it has something to do with cows but it doesn't. Muzar is the Russian word for garbage. Even though his family was descended from nobility, the story goes that one of Zorzi or Muzar excuse ancestors had quite a potty mouth. So people started referring to him by the sort of language he used Mazaar ski didn't have a very common first name either Modeste in Russian means the same thing as when you pronounce it in English modest. resort Steve got his first piano lessons from his mother and it was clear early on that he was a very good pianist but back, then the oldest son inherited the family house and land and the second son went into the army. Was the second son. So after he graduated from Military Boarding School, he became an army officer but not for long when he was eighteen was ski met Russian composer, Mealy Bella, Kiev, and started studying with him. The next year was ski left the army to become a composer. pollock was only a couple of years older than me. And he was very passionate about developing a Russian style of classical music for years. He and four other Russian composers met every Saturday night to study music together. Bollock didn't actually know that much about music but that didn't stop him from dissecting and criticizing the other's throat. He complained so much about one piece of Zork Skis that Missouri Ski finally stopped working with him. was. Exceed thought the composition he called his witches was pretty good. Then he was right we know those which is as a night on bald, mountain? The story behind a night on bald mountain may well be one of the Russian folk tales resort ski learned from his nanny while he was growing up quite a few of those legends turned up later on in his music. When Muzar oxy was twenty four. There were political changes in Russia and his family lost most of its land and money since McKee wasn't making any money composing he had to get a job. He went to work for the government, but he kept on composing was arc ski loved writing for the voice. Lots of songs including one about a very pesky insect a league. uh-huh. And Ski also wrote several operas. His masterpiece is a Russian czar or ruler who lived in the fifteen hundreds Boris enough. A. No Moose and Squirrel Boris good enough is not related to buddies bad enough. But now you know where the folks who wrote the rocky and full winco cartoons came up with the name. One of Mubarak's Ke's best known pieces. Pictures at an exhibition was written in memory of an artist friend of his who died unexpectedly. More about pictures at an exhibition in a few weeks, I told you that resort ski was one of a group of five Russian composers interested in promoting Russian classical music next week more about the other members of the group.
Social media censorship in Egypt targets women on TikTok
"Has its sights on tick talk. It's cracking down on users arresting and charging a group of women with a range of tic tac enabled crimes from harming family values to inciting prostitution. Reporter Jod reporter Dad, Kaleel has our story. At least nine women have been arrested for their tic tac videos. But if you look through their accounts, it's hard to see why. And focus most ofit here. There's Henning has, um, talking about the story of Venus and Adonis and Adela doing what social Media influencers do Giveaway iPhones life living room doing, But mostly the accounts of the Egyptian women who's been arrested and jailed are full of dancing to Arabic pop songs in that tic tac style feet, planted emoting with your eyebrows and gesticulating. What they're doing is basically what everyone as 1000 social media, just singing and dancing and Andi thing and nothing as if you would dance. In Egyptian wedding. For example, some of Husaini is with the International Service for Human Rights based in Geneva, Switzerland. She says. What distinguishes this group of Egyptians is that they're from working class or middle class backgrounds and that their women or girls, you have social media influencers who come for a teeth, backgrounds or upper middle class or rich classes and injured who would post the same type of content. But would not be targeted because that is sort of permitted within their social class. But why these women are working class women they and they have stepped out of what is permitted for them because they were dancing and singing on tech talk. They were charged under a cyber crime law passed in 2018 Yes, Mean Omar, A researcher at the top here Institute for Middle East Policy in Washington, says that the law is vague when it comes to defining what's legal. And what isn't. It was written using very broad terms that could be very widely interpreted and criminalizing a lot of acts that are Originally considered as personal freedom. Looking at it. You would see that anything you might post on social media. Anything that you may use, the Internet could be criminalized under this very wide umbrella. Egypt cybercrime laws, part of a larger effort by the government to increase surveillance of online activities as Tic TAC became more popular during the pandemic. Prosecutors started looking there too, says Omar. The state is simply arresting whoever says anything that criticizes its policy its laws. It's practices, even if it's just joking. It's not even allowed. But this isn't just about political dissent. Yes, mean Omar points. In the case of mental Abdel Aziz, a 17 year old. One day men made a live video on Facebook. She had her face awfully bruised, and she was stating that she was raped. And she was asking for help. The police asked me to come in. When she did, Omar says they looked at her tech talk account and decided she was inciting debauchery and harming family values in Egypt. Over the summer, There was a series of rape and sexual assault accusations by Egyptian women. They got a lot of attention. One case was against a group of well connected men. Women in Egypt were shocked but not surprised by what they were seeing online, says someone who's Amy in Egypt. Sexual violence on violence in this woman is systematic is part ofthe daily life off of women and to be sexually harass women are often discouraged from reporting sexual harassment in Egypt. So when prosecutors started investigating the accused in that high profile case, it looked like a real progress. The state run National Council for Women even encourage victims and witnesses to come forward. Oh, yes mean, Omar says it did not go well. Somehow, the prosecution decided to a charge the witnesses once again. Egyptian authorities looked at women's social media accounts and then investigated the women for promoting homosexuality, drug use, inciting debauchery and publishing false news. Omar says one of the witnesses who was arrested is an American citizen. All these information were used against them and then pro state media how let's wait in. Husseini says that when they profile the women in the TIC tac case, the message was clear. You have the Egyptian me they're basically, you know, really sensational headlines, Putting the photos off the women Not not not blurred using, you know, focus that have sex it Ian, for example, while using their names, publishing the investigations that are supposed to be confidential. Social media has played an important role in Egyptian politics. In 2011 crowds toppled the regime of military dictator Hosni Mubarak. That uprising was in part organized online with Twitter and Facebook. In 2018, the former Army general and current President, Abdel Fattah el Sisi swore he would maintain stability in Egypt must You said whatever happened in 2011 is never going to happen again. Samir Shehadeh of the University of Oklahoma, says Egypt's military backed regime is wary of the implications of anything posted online, even if its just dancing I think there has been heightened paranoia as a result of hysteria, in fact, by subsequent regimes, particularly the current regime, the Sisi regime About the possible political consequences of social media. And there's a tremendous amount of policing a Facebook and other types of social media and now tic tac. Although this is not apparently an overtly political, I think that they certainly have those kinds of concerns in the back of their mind as well. Of the nine women, Four have been convicted and three have appeals in October. Menon Abdelaziz, the 17 year old, who called for help online was just released from detainment Wednesday and is being dismissed with no charges. For the world. I'm Jagga Khalil.
Biohacking India: Sleep, Jet Lag, Hidden Environmental Killers, Air Pollution, Antiviral Tips, Eating For Longevity & Much More!
"In today's episode. I want to instead focus on what I got up to during my recent trip to India where fortunately I came back safely and managed to get back into the US before any of the travel was quarantined. And I was able to take part in some fantastic. Qna's and panels over there and the one that you're going to hear today is one of the better ones so we spent over two hours not only replying to really educated and informed questions from the audience about biohacking sleep fitness beauty symmetry jetlag etc. But then we also did a panel and the two gentlemen who you will hear along with me on this panel are Jag Chima and Kris. Gethin two guys who actually toward India with and we did a panel in both Delhi. Which you're about to hear and then also panel in Mubarak and was recovered. A bunch of extra information and I'll also be releasing that episode for you soon But jag himself is an entrepreneur. He's investor. He's a big health and fitness personality. Who has done a lot in the health and fitness space particularly in Asia? Although he's based out of London and then Kris Gethin who you'll also here on this podcast. A new friend new acquaintance of mine former bodybuilder and editor of bodybuilding DOT com. Who was one of the best natural pro bodybuilders in existence and now he does a lot of personal training with Bollywood celebrities and billionaire businessmen and a lot of athletes. He has a whole chain of gyms as well over in India and so between Me and these two guys. We covered a ton of stuff. Everything that you're about to hear is going to be over at Ben. Greenfield finished dot com slash Delhi. Qa that's in case. You don't know how to spell that famous city in India de L. H. I. Qa so if you go to bed angry dot com slash Delhi Qa. You'll be able to get the robust show notes for everything that we discuss in today's show all right so in addition to that I have a very very cool announcement. We just launched at kion one of the most well researched proven supplements in existence for enhancing the health of your brain staving off muscle decline increasing testosterone boosting performance boosting power boosting muscle mass increasing heart health the list of benefits from this particular product. That we just launched. Its it's staggering. I've been using it for twenty years since my bodybuilding days and have been waiting for the perfect purist version of it to finally be available and it is now available and we've managed to get our hands on it and packages for you at kion so the supplement in case you haven't guessed it is creating but we have gone way beyond creating we've taken a special form of creatine monohydrate in a form called CRAP. Heure which has stringent manufacturing standards and very precise analytical control and use that to create the most efficacious creating. You're ever going to get your hands on. There's no loading necessary. There's no cycling necessary. You just launch right into this. You start taking five grams per day and it is amazing. It's the gold standard for creating. And if you combine this with Arcane economy knows especially if you're going after this from a performance and a recovery standpoint totally gangbusters total game changer. I don't think I can throw any other descriptive terms out there without a exhausting my
"mubarak" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge
"The reason is the Palestinians haven't achieved stated that's why Jordan and Egypt have a cold peace with us. Oh I didn't mean that I mean saying that. I'm saying that that's what they're saying. That's what they're saying but that's not the real reason. Oh No I think the real I don't know I mean the real reason is because it's harder again to convince Your Street. Yup Right that of of of change and especially this is the point again especially when you are a country that has kept the status quo in your infrastructure development of your economy right because we have to remember. We can't separate it from that. These are countries that have absolutely no industry. They don't create anything right. Jordan at all doesn't even have resources. Egypt is resources are based on oil Big Picture and now we know what's happened in the last quarter of a century is that there's been a a large population explosion with no jobs for the youth and as they are of course more connected to world and they're having more of also education and health and all of those things are increasing but yet they have no future in terms of economy in growing. And so there's a tremendous amount of tension in these countries and that is a real big problem. So what's hard to keep? The things down is two point two common problem Israel and Palestinians. And we are helping you know. We are holding the gate against the enemy. It's a common authoritarian dictators. Trick of luck you know. Things are tough but we have to have this danger outside that we have to maintain. How do you do that while having a peace treaty with those people? Well that's a bit of a of a balancing act and that sort of what Mubarak did right and and and and and as we see. Now you know Jordan's King Is Not nearly as detective of those? As his as his father was King Sane right well Hussein played it rather openly about Although Times have changed also is it. That Abdullah isn't as creative as Hussein or that. The the tensions have risen including in Jordan. Nobody talks about back with David. With Hussein was an open right but in the age of Isis like the world is not the world part of it. I'm sure the person and part of it has to do with the game. Board has changed again but the game board has changed. I would argue. Mostly because of the policies in those Arab countries in terms of development in terms of economy democracy. All those trial part of the problem of having leader Mubarak who kept the status quo for thirty years and managed to clamp down on resistance. As you had you you you created a pressure cooker that ultimately exploded. Yeah you know you know. After the first decade of the Twenty First Century so status quo is not a great form of leadership in a world. That's involved in rapid change in a region of the world which is constantly undergoing rapid change. And it's always in the leaders interest to keep a certain degree of status quo but for their own self interest. But then you're not really looking ahead for the people and how to build a stable for them and you see Saudi Arabia struggling with that right. My Gosh if that right I mean that's the Middle Eastern dilemma of we like things the they are but we don't know how to maintain it. So how do we keep things the way they are and yet deal with change and exactly? And that's why I would point back how this connects to the Palestinian problem because the Palestinians issue is. They don't even have like a state to play with. Yeah right so. There's they don't have their status. Quo Is not viable meaning that saying that the Egyptians has viable either but at least from the leader's perspective. It is right from the people's per day in pal in the Palestinian territories in Palestinian Authority. Status quo is not really viable. They don't have a state but I would say it's more viable than to them than a two state solution. Because Estate imparcial Stein would be harder for them to do then to be the outsiders complaining that they don't have freedom and so you can't hold them accountable for not taking care of the people in other words. They're they're so dysfunctional. They're leaders that there that that the blaming the enemy thing is so basic because they can't do the basic things that government needs to do so this status quo is better for them than taking state which which from the outset from the West people say well. Why don't they just take a state? Park estate is better than no state. And you know you have their leaders saying all the time like we're not we're not selling anything. We're going to have all of Palestine back Monday and you know just you know. Help us to get there. And they're leading their people down meaning they'd rather be complaining about a bad status quo because that is more stable than changing the status quo in a way that we think would make things better for their people. Okay so you said it in a way okay agreed okay differently and that's fine yeah A and so now we go to. How like how does the trump plan was after ten democrats because right now first of all we saw last night tonight was last night or debates. Less debate. Last night was debate so there there was lots of commenting on the Palestinian right on the Palestinian Israeli also in the town halls sanders positions are extreme bringing them up so what is and what our sanders positions Well the first Brouhaha was when he said you know. I Israeli have a right to exist but so two Palestinians. I won't go to APEC because bigotry. Now this was surprising to nobody who pays attention. Cassandra's never goes to APEC because he's Sanders but people were like Wa- could you say that well that's just sanders being sanders and it was just entering the news cycle and people being you could be. You could be angry at it but don't be surprised right And of course the Democrat Front runner for a lot of Jews. That's Oh my goodness that's that's most Jews who don't want to the majority of American Jews who don't want to vote for trump. Now have a problem. Because most of those Americans who support Israel and don't like a person who is anti APEC as a haven of Bigotry. Because they won't talk to people and you know here's Bernie Sanders saying you know. I won't speak at a pack because they host people I disagree with Really Bernie Sanders like you'll go on Fox News and speak at Liberty University and and and say you know what Castro did some very good things but you want a pure APEC. So He's a weird double standard who he's willing to compromise with you know his value so he he's a troubling figure because he's he's more of a social he he's he's coming from a socialist utopia idea where nation national identity is an important so the Jewish state is not going to ultimately speak to him at some of the other What was the other Well he also said he'd think of moving the embassy out of Jerusalem right which was bunkers. Because by bonkers. It's pretty Barker's I mean American law says that's where the executive orders that's where we're working on the voters say it's a bit since a threat to the whatever. I don't debate now. So what are some of the other some of the other? Do you remember some of the other candidates like Pretty Standard Netanyahu? This week said You know Joe Biden's running for office. He's a good friend of mine and a true friend of Israel which I don. I still can't wrap my head around what Beebe was making that comment for I don't know what his political I mean. I think that's fair. But why is he meddling in American politics for Joe Biden and it was weird But like no other than that you know it depends on where you are on the line up the more to the right you are in the Democratic Party the more. But what's the what's the standard into Israel has to you know The the question of trump's trump's peace plan or don't plan because it's trump's and also because it it is totally one sided on Israel in any peace plan has to look at both sides fairly. It's the D democratic approach to Israel at the core is the Israeli left and the Republican approach. Israel is the Israeli right not surprisingly right traditionally. Both parties have been Very Pro Israel but in the Democratic Party you have a growing group on the left who are anti Israel and they are making inroads into the party. You know sanders who you know. Well he won't go to APEC because it supports bigotry openly a appreciate Linda Sarsour support. Who is I? Don't think free of accusations of Absolute Antisemitic Anti Semitism and bigotry. So so that wing of the Democratic Party is is troubling to many Jews especially when sanders is a front runner. Right so I would. I kind of noticed again. Which is the typical thing. Which is we've pointed out many times it's been pointed out we've go back to that article in the tablet that so my mind. Who wrote it about the the journalist about how the world sees Israeli Palestinian Amati Freed Multi Freeman? Thank you my premiums which is again. The paradigm is Israel has to solve this. So we're sanders and others are willing to call out. Israel's government and also they're willing to call out the trump plan whether you like trump planner. Not right there. The whole focus is on what Israel has to do and is without calling out the Palestinian by without saying okay when what to say okay like sand works with Mubarak Sanders is willing to say. Bb is a bit. Well what about? What about the Palestinian leaders right so you have all these Palestinian hours? Israel is committed to two million Arab citizens in this country about says no Jew should be allowed to live in Palestine and right okay at very senior. Very senior Palestinian figures call very racist things but destruction of Israel. And we're not just the right so whereas Palestinian television has preachers saying that you know Jews are evil and rotten and yeah and so whereas the Democrats who are willing to see are calling Israel. Maybe who calling out rightfully sewn is those bigotry are fun racists in the government and and he's Railly's complain about the government exactly. There's no equal call out on on that side and to me that is the continuing status quo. That was set up by far. And those other right daters far accuser proof that when his leader wants peace peace and also. What's the PC makes if you go back to again? Go back to the roots of why the Israel Egyptian peace process happened was because that Sadat wanted to switch from a USSR based to United States based support and that was very easy to do and that was a that was a bone and it helped and it worked and all of a sudden through the eighty S. Until today in the United States props up the government with tremendous amounts of money and support and almost no building of economic infrastructure. Right so that and and promotion of democracy And they're not promoting democracy in any way. So what you have is a government that is continuing to support the status quo where you're keeping a Middle East that is stuck in pre pottery types that the American approach farm policy in the Middle East was. Let's work with the dysfunctional Dictatorship stat keep things stable because we also like stability and and and and the chickens are coming home to roost to like that that that the chaos in the Middle East is years of not moving ahead is is. There's a price tag to that eventually that you'll have to pay and that's a huge migration because obviously I don't blame them people in the Middle East one a better life and better life is in the West Right. So why wouldn't they move right? Rats Elise Jews. Did we moved to places that are better right right you know. What would you say by the way to a defender Bernie Sanders? Who says look? The trump administration has weighed the scale so clearly on the Israeli side and blaming them for anything. They're just blaming the Palestinians for everything so Bernie has to speak up for the Palestinians and blame the Israelis for everything. I mean look I I I. My general thing is is you gotta call both if you want a real negotiate. If you won't be playing you've got club both sides to me. Why would you not ever? Of course the Palestinian sorry. The Palestinians are saying one thing to the West and another thing in Arabic in the Palestinians which has been since the Oslo..
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"Has sealed off a hotel with around a thousand gas that's often Italian tourist and his wife tested positive for conveying a virus the ticket number of cases worldwide is now nearing eighty one thousand former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak has died he was ninety one Mubarak rule for thirty years before being forced out of office by the Arab spring uprising in twenty eleven he went on trial for the killing of more than eight hundred fifty protesters by security forces but in the end he was any found guilty of Ford and virgin galactic has received taking deposits for future trips into space Richard Branson's companies trying to maintain momentum towards a commercial service that's despite growing losses virgin isn't saying how many seats will offer walks they will cost global news twenty four hours a day on adequate take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol the one hundred and twenty countries I'm Jack Evans this is pulling back informed perspectives and expert data driven commentary on breaking news it is nine twenty in the cities on to check in with bring back opinion would join my opinion columnist Andreas please we've been writing about the tussle for the leadership position of Gemini's CD you policy and address we we talked about the the most recent developments in the in the in a in a in a regional vote in Germany which through the CD you into chaos turn the CD you was a centrist policy than in Germany kind of hold that centrist position do you think I think what's happening is a centrism is such that all the centrist parties are under pressure and not just in Germany but across Europe the social Democrats and the center left have are in a sort of secular and possibly terminal decline and the CD you that's the party of chancellor Angela Merkel thought it could resist that to defend the middle ground and it's getting harder to do that and so that little region you mention in eastern Germany could be a harbinger of things to come and and and that informs the race for the next party leader and which is indirectly race for the next chancellor which is now as of yesterday really got underway okay and so this of course after the departure of undergrad Kramp Karrenbauer we now have well we had three people in the running for the C. D. U. leadership but now two of them seem to have teamed up so you you know it is not completely knock out the third man M. E. officially we have more than that in the race but what happened is of the three leading candidates just for the C. D. U. that's the party of angle Americal of the three leading ones M. the two two of them have ganged up against the third and not that of course gives the one in the lead of that pair of that do he's now the front runner his name is I mean like **** he's a front runner for other reasons as well he is the premier of north Rhine Westphalia last most populous state the one with the biggest party delegation and he's a moderate and represents continuity with Merkel but he's teamed up with the young up and coming health minister as it happens because of corona viruses in the news a lot you're cutting a fine figure he's considered very conservative together they make a pretty good team which puts the third one under pressure unfortunately gets even more complicated than that yes it does it does in in in in what is a complex field in German politics if we look at competition for the CD use and Andreas and when they see it coming from Katie there's concern about the rights and and and at the AFT at the on the release of of them in gender politics on the left as they have very strong performances over the greens in the Hamburg election that's not representative of Jenny as a whole but he's a bit of a trend isn't it do we see the CD you trying to branch out and keep on the grounds that he's being taken out by either well by the greens is is that's an option for them well then if you put your finger on it and by the way the hamburger is not representative of of the country but ease it happens to be that the result the greens got is representative of the country they are really the strongest gainers since the last last election in two thousand seventeen because they represent not just the consciousness about climate change and environmentalism but also an open society as opposed to a close one with respect to migration and the CD you as you just said is has sort of been different races around the country has been losing roughly equally to the greens on one side and the AFT on the other and that's the way they're being squeezed in that center in that middle ground and if the of the candidates unless let's mention one of the other ones so Armin Laschet wood is considered one to go for votes in that on that last center left center ground and the former coalition with the greens to become chancellor his main rival fleet of these maths is is it what what was out of politics for a long time is really figure from the nineteen nineties and would you try to get votes back from the A. F. T. on the right I'm very complex a picture who will end up leading the CDU Angela Merkel's policy and then potentially what does that mean for the chocolate chip itself thank you so much for joining us that's revoked opinion columnists and dress group that you can read more on this and other stories from Brubeck opinion everybody dot com slash opinion and on the town with typing I. P. I. N. final thoughts very bad TV surveillance that is is cooling on the skin that does all the work that I leave I leave but right if he Caroline thank you this is the bag with the Bloomberg business.
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"With the rejection protests participants campaigned explicitly against Mubarak for the first time shouting to fire the Arabic word for enough nevertheless Mubarak at age seventy seven ran for a fifth term with the slick an expensive political campaign organized by his powerful younger son Gamal fielder Mubarak is heard here through a translator I would never ever let each other down and for the state all right and now owns that I am determined to be nominating myself in the coming presidential elections despite earlier promises of more openness observers say the election was marred by widespread fraud and intimidation not surprisingly Mobarak cruised to an easy victory and pledged economic and social reforms it analyst Muhammad Saeed says by this point Egyptians didn't expect any follow through we have a rampant corruption we have a society that these totally alienated well unfortunately was never easy effortless off but she was not even they can fly his mind that he could have been if she continued the way he started and this festival office corruption rage during the barks latter years in office his allies in government and business became wealthy from graft and shady deals and many lower ranking civil servants demanded bribes from Egyptian seeking services joblessness was also a growing problem the most popular jobs for young Egyptian men who didn't emigrate or with the security forces which operated with impunity in a two thousand eight documentary aired by the altar zero channel analysts or some a harp noted that in a country of seventeen million people there was a policeman for roughly every forty Egyptians Hey Tom fifty thousand officers and soldiers four hundred and fifty thousand state security forces four hundred thousand secret police this is a president who is relying on an internal army in addition to the army itself weeks after the revolution in nearby Tunisia in January two thousand eleven Egyptians took their frustrations to the streets and confronted the security forces nearly nine hundred protesters were killed before the police fled their posts the dreaded state security force that was pivotal in the barks campaign to quash his enemies was ultimately disbanded will bark tried offering concessions he appointed intelligence chief Omar solely minuses first ever vice president he also promised not to stand for re election or to promote his son the mall for the office but the protesters wouldn't relent they wanted a board gone in under pressure from them in the military from which he came he resigned in February two thousand eleven in June two thousand twelve he was convicted for having a role in those deaths and sentenced to life in prison analyst and author Hugh Roberts believes Mubarak will be remembered most for spearheading Egypt's long and slow atrophy so that in some ways had a quite a certain charisma precisely because he he did have big ideas and I think that in a way if more if the Mubarak drew a lesson from the set that's experience it was that it's safer not to have big ambitions in terms of shaking things up the protester nicely Hussein special also remember the former leader for uniting Egyptians to fight for their rights had it not been for health and what its presence would not have been United and by the end of the day was really obvious that these people are not going to go home until they bring him down psoriasis are heading Elson NPR news Cairo and here's Peter Kenyon contributed to this report this is NPR news.
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"Campaigned explicitly against Mubarak for the first time shouting to fire the Arabic word for enough nevertheless Mubarak at age seventy seven ran for a fifth term with the slick an expensive political campaign organized by his powerful younger son Gamal fielder Mubarak is heard here through a translator I would never admit let each other down and for the same and now owns that I am determined to be nominating myself in the coming presidential elections despite earlier promises of more openness observers say the election was marred by widespread fraud and intimidation not surprisingly Mobarak cruised to an easy victory and pledged economic and social reforms it analyst Muhammad Saeed says by this point Egyptians didn't expect any follow through we have a rampant corruption we have a society that these totally eliminated well unfortunately was never easy effortless off but she was not even they can fly his mind that he could have been if she continued the way he started and this festival office corruption rage during Mubarak's latter years in office his allies in government and business became wealthy through graft and shady deals and many lower ranking civil servants demanded bribes from Egyptian seeking services joblessness was also a growing problem the most popular jobs for young Egyptian men who didn't emigrate or with the security forces which operated with impunity in a two thousand eight documentary aired by the other zero channel analyst with some a harp noted that in a country of seventeen million people there was a policeman for roughly every forty Egyptians Hey Tom fifty thousand officers and soldiers four hundred and fifty thousand state security forces four hundred thousand secret police this is a president who is relying on an internal army in addition to the army itself weeks after the revolution in nearby Tunisia in January two thousand eleven Egyptians took their frustrations to the streets and confronted the security forces nearly nine hundred protesters were killed before the police fled their posts the dreaded state security force that was pivotal in the barks campaign to quash his enemies was ultimately disbanded well mark tried offering concessions he appointed intelligence chief Omar solely minuses first ever vice president he also promised not to stand for re election or to promote his son the mall for the office but the protesters wouldn't relent they wanted a board gone in under pressure from them in the military from which he came he resigned in February two thousand eleven in June two thousand twelve he was convicted for having a role in those deaths and sentenced to life in prison analyst and author Hugh Roberts believes Mubarak will be remembered most for spearheading Egypt's long and slow atrophy so that in some ways have a quite a certain charisma precisely because he he did have big ideas and I think that in a way if more if the Mubarak drew a lesson from sept that's experience it was that it's safer not to have big ambitions in terms of shaking things up the protester nicely Hussein special also remember the former leader for uniting Egyptians to fight for their rights had it not been for health and what its presence would not have been United and by the end of the day was really obvious that these people are not going to go home until they bring him down psoriasis Sir how do Nelson NPR news Cairo and here's Peter Kenyon contributed to this report this is NPR news in for John McConnell it's six nineteen it's Peter French reporting traffic.
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"Campaigned explicitly against Mubarak for the first time shouting to fire the Arabic word for enough nevertheless Mubarak at age seventy seven ran for a fifth term with the slick an expensive political campaign organized by his powerful younger son Gamal fielder Mubarak is heard here through a translator I would never ever let each other down and for the state buy an ounce that I am determined to be nominating myself in the coming presidential elections despite earlier promises of more openness observers say the election was marred by widespread fraud and intimidation not surprisingly Mobarak cruised to an easy victory and pledged economic and social reforms it analyst Muhammad Saeed says by this point Egyptians didn't expect any follow through we have a rampant corruption we have a society that these totally eliminated well unfortunately was never easy effortless off but she was not even the can of wise man that he could have been if she continued the way he started and this festival office corruption rage during Mubarak's latter years in office his allies in government and business became wealthy through graft and shady deals and many lower ranking civil servants demanded bribes from Egyptian seeking services joblessness was also a growing problem the most popular jobs for young Egyptian men who didn't emigrate or with the security forces which operated with impunity in a two thousand eight documentary aired by the altar zero channel analysts or some a harp noted that in a country of seventeen million people there was a policeman for roughly every forty Egyptians ate some fifty thousand officers and soldiers four hundred and fifty thousand state security forces four hundred thousand secret police this is a president who is relying on an internal army in addition to the army itself weeks after the revolution in nearby Tunisia in January two thousand eleven Egyptians took their frustrations to the streets and confronted the security forces nearly nine hundred protesters were killed before the police fled their posts the dreaded state security force that was pivotal Mubarak's campaign to quash his enemies was ultimately disbanded will bark tried offering concessions he appointed intelligence chief Omar solely minuses first ever vice president he also promised not to stand for re election or to promote his son Gamal for the office but the protesters wouldn't relent they wanted a board gone in under pressure from them in the military from which he came he resigned in February two thousand eleven in June two thousand twelve he was convicted for having a role in those deaths and sentenced to life in prison analyst and author Hugh Roberts believes Mubarak will be remembered most for spearheading Egypt's long and slow atrophy so that in some ways had a quite a certain charisma precisely because he he did have big ideas and I think that in a way if more if the Mubarak drew a lesson from set that's experience it was that it's safer not to have big ambitions in terms of shaking things up the protester nicely Hussein special also remember the former leader for uniting Egyptians to fight for their rights had it not been for health what its presence would not have been United and by the end of the day was really obvious that these people are not going to go home until they bring him down psoriasis are heading Elson NPR news Cairo and here's Peter Kenyon contributed to this report this is NPR news you're listening to KCRW KCRW's.
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"Next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman president trump is wrapping up a two day trip to India there were indications that a potential trade deal between the two nations could be announced but none was president trump says if any U. S. trade accord happens with India it won't come for a few months a lot of a lot of very good deals are being made and they'll be kicking in toward the end of the year I would say of the deal happens with India it will be toward the end of the deal and if it doesn't happen we'll do something else it'll be very satisfactory to be very good separately trump announced that India is going to bite more than three billion dollars worth of U. S. military equipment including helicopters the Egyptian government says former president Hosni Mubarak has died at the age of ninety one you'll be given a military funeral although details have not yet been announced Mubarak ruled Egypt from nineteen eighty one through early twenty eleven that's when he was toppled in a popular uprising during the Arab spring Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has expressed sorrow on behalf of his nation over Mubarak's death seven presidential candidates will face off tonight in a democratic debate in Charleston South Carolina NPR's Juana summers reports the state's primary election is in four days black voters make up roughly two thirds of the democratic primary electorate in South Carolina recent polls show former vice president Joe Biden is the favorite to win the state but after Vermont senator Bernie Sanders won the popular vote in Iowa plus contests in New Hampshire in Nevada he is on the rise Biden is hoping that a win in South Carolina we'll give him momentum in the southern states with large black populations the vote on super Tuesday Sanders supporters say that if the Vermont senator wins the primary here that his path to the nomination would be essentially unstoppable Juana summers NPR news Charleston South Carolina Wall Street looks to rebound this morning from yesterday's steep losses sparked by worries about the spread of the corona virus the Dow lost more than a thousand points or more than three and a half percent NPR's Jim zarroli has more until now investors have largely been shrugging off the viruses impact but that seemed to change over the weekend after reports of new clusters of cases in Italy South Korea and Iran on Monday stocks opened lower and stay down all day travel related companies such as airlines were down significantly so where technology companies which rely heavily on the Asian markets the epidemic has already slowed manufacturing in China and many investors are worried the same thing could happen in other parts of the world Jim zarroli NPR news New York Wall Street opens in half an hour Dow Jones futures suggest that the blue chips will open slightly higher at the opening bell the same is true for the nasdaq you're listening to NPR news from the David Barnett foundation news from here at KCRW on cherry Glazer a heartfelt tribute to Kobe Bryant thousands of people filled staples center in downtown Los Angeles yesterday to say goodbye to the Lakers star and his daughter Chiana Kobe was the MVP of crawdads or MDD Vanessa Brian's tribute to her husband Kobe and her daughter Gigi makes deep sadness with reflection and humor twenty thousand people inside joined her to celebrate them and the seven others who died in a helicopter crash in January you take care of R. G. G. and I got ninety billion coco we're still the best team we love and miss you Bebo in teaching may you both rest in peace and have fun and have an until we meet again one day Jimmy Kimmel hosted the ceremony dance they performed her songs XO and halo and some former Lakers colleagues paid tribute as well including Shaquille o'neal today's game I was reckless because the complainant Chicago was not passing the ball also don't talk to does not and covers our mobile there's a million a month.
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"Egyptian state TV has announced ex president Hosni Mubarak has died aged 91 with our company 30 years been a fixture in Mideast politics before being forced by the ministry to resign after nationwide protests the part of the Arab world's 2011 pro democracy up evil throughout his rule he was a stalwart U. S. ally a ball walked against Islamic militancy I'm gonna June of Egypt's peace with Israel but the tens of thousands of young Egyptians who voted for 18 days of unprecedented street protests in Cairo central Takia square the bird was a relic well a lot of the pharaoh the motion here at Lida I'm Charles de Ledesma
Egyptian state TV says ex-President Mubarak has died at 91
"Egyptian state TV has announced ex president Hosni Mubarak has died aged ninety one with our company thirty years been a fixture in Mideast politics before being forced by the ministry to resign after nationwide protests the part of the Arab world's twenty eleven pro democracy up evil throughout his rule he was a stalwart U. S. ally a ball walked against Islamic militancy I'm gonna June of Egypt's peace with Israel but the tens of thousands of young Egyptians who voted for eighteen days of unprecedented street protests in Cairo central Takia square the bird was a relic well a lot of the pharaoh the motion here at Lida I'm Charles de Ledesma
"mubarak" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Explicitly against Mubarak for the first time shouting to fire the Arabic word for enough nevertheless Mubarak at age seventy seven ran for a fifth term with the slick an expensive political campaign organized by his powerful younger son Gamal fielder Mubarak is heard here through a translator I would never ever let each other down and for the same Lionel's death I am determined to be nominating myself in the coming presidential elections despite earlier promises of more openness observers say the election was marred by widespread fraud and intimidation not surprisingly Mobarak cruised to an easy victory and pledged economic and social reforms it analyst Muhammad Saeed said by this point Egyptians didn't expect any follow through we have a rampant corruption we have a society that is totally alienated well unfortunately was never easy effortless so but she was not even they can fly his mind that he could have been if she continued the way he started in this festival office corruption rage during Mubarak's latter years in office his allies in government and business became wealthy through graft and shady deals and many lower ranking civil servants demanded bribes from Egyptian seeking services joblessness was also a growing problem the most popular jobs for young Egyptian men who didn't emigrate or with the security forces which operated with impunity in a two thousand eight documentary aired by the altar zero channel analysts or some a harp noted that in a country of seventeen million people there was a policeman for roughly every forty Egyptians eight hundred and fifty thousand officers and soldiers four hundred and fifty thousand state security forces four hundred thousand secret police this is a president who is relying on an internal army in addition to the army itself weeks after the revolution in nearby Tunisia in January two thousand eleven Egyptians took their frustrations to the streets and confronted the security forces nearly nine hundred protesters were killed before the police fled their posts the dreaded state security force that was pivotal in the barks campaign to quash his enemies was ultimately disbanded will bark tried offering concessions he appointed intelligence chief Omar solely minuses first ever vice president he also promised not to stand for re election or to promote his son the mall for the office but the protesters wouldn't relent they wanted a board gone in under pressure from them in the military from which he came he resigned in February two thousand eleven in June two thousand twelve he was convicted for having a role in those deaths and sentenced to life in prison analyst and author Hugh Roberts believes Mubarak will be remembered most for spearheading Egypt's long and slow atrophy so that in some ways I had a quite a certain charisma precisely because he he did have big ideas and I think that in a way if more if the Mubarak drew a lesson from the set at six parents it was that it's safer not to have big ambitions in terms of shaking things up the protester nicely Hussein special also remember the former leader for uniting Egyptians to fight for their rights had not been for health and what its presence would not have been United and by the end of the day was really obvious if these people are not going to go home until they bring him down psoriasis are heading Elson NPR news Cairo and here's Peter Kenyon contributed to this report this is NPR news support for NPR comes from member stations and from autism speaks their goal is to make twenty twenty the year of kindness for people with autism.
"mubarak" Discussed on KQED Radio
"With more rejection protest participants campaigned explicitly against Mubarak for the first time shouting to fire the Arabic word for enough nevertheless Mubarak at age seventy seven ran for a fifth term with the slick an expensive political campaign organized by his powerful younger son Gamal fielder Mubarak is heard here through a translator I would never ever let each other down and for the same and now owns that I am determined to be nominating myself in the coming presidential elections despite earlier promises of more openness observers say the election was marred by widespread fraud and intimidation not surprisingly Mobarak cruised to an easy victory and pledged economic and social reforms it analyst Muhammad Saeed says by this point Egyptians didn't expect any follow through we have a rampant corruption we have a society that these totally eliminated well unfortunately was never easy effortless off but he was not even they can fly his mind that he could have been if she continued the way he started and this festival office corruption rage during the barks latter years in office his allies in government and business became wealthy through graft and shady deals and many lower ranking civil servants demanded bribes from Egyptian seeking services joblessness was also a growing problem the most popular jobs for young Egyptian men who didn't emigrate or with the security forces which operated with impunity in a two thousand eight documentary everybody all zero channel analyst Asama harp noted that in a country of seventeen million people there was a policeman for roughly every forty objections Hey Tom fifty thousand officers and soldiers four hundred and fifty thousand state security forces four hundred thousand secret police this is a president who is relying on an internal army in addition to the army itself weeks after the revolution in nearby Tunisia in January two thousand eleven Egypt since took their frustrations to the streets and confronted the security forces nearly nine hundred protesters were killed before the police fled their posts the dreaded state security force that was pivotal Mubarak's campaign to quash his enemies was ultimately disbanded the board tried offering concessions he appointed intelligence chief Omar solely minuses first ever vice president he also promised not to stand for re election or to promote his son the mall for the office but the protesters wouldn't relent they wanted a board gone in under pressure from them in the military from which he came he resigned in February two thousand eleven in June two thousand twelve he was convicted for having a role in those deaths and sentenced to life in prison analyst and author Hugh Roberts believes Mubarak will be remembered most for spearheading Egypt's long and slow atrophy so that in some ways had a quite a certain charisma precisely because he he did have big ideas and I think that in a way if more if the Mubarak drew a lesson from you said that's experience it was that it's safer not to have big ambitions in terms of shaking things up the protester nicely Hussein special also remember the former leader for uniting Egyptians to fight for their rights had it not been for health and what its presence would not have been United and by the end of the day was really obvious that these people are not going to go home until they bring him down psoriasis are heading Elson NPR news Cairo and here's Peter Kenyon contributed to this report this is NPR news and this is KQ.
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Okay so that's why marketing orders you don't WanNA use when you're you WANNA use limit and I'll go into these about that but I do want to tell about you sell when you sell. You WanNA use a market order because it will allow you to exit position in the best way possible and usually when looking to sell you've reached your desire to selling point and now you WANNA lock in those cash prophets okay. So that's why that's the point where you onto end up actually selling and so that's why the market or is useful now living on the detail about the limit order when you do limit order it. Lets you said what exact price a you're looking to either buy or sell the stock all right so if you put it it's gotta an ask you exactly one incremental. So when do you want to buy along dollars? Were Alright endzone order at a dollar forty so unlike market orders that might fill you in order to one forty three one forty five. It'll basically just trying to find the quickest buyers and assortment of stocks out there and kind of failure. Wardrobes audible so market orders are all speed a limit. Orders are all about Acuras when people ask me okay went to not use them once added differentiation and had been penny stock. We figured out a very simple or mula for them to use okay. And that's where arcade orders are used when you wanNA sell and that limit orders you WANNA use when you're so when you're putting into by or games as I mentioned earlier winning before you actually buy the Stock. You have some freedoms you have availability. Obviously you WANNA try to get it on the saw but you wanNA control you enter all right. You should have executed the IBS trading Three-step plan of planning your trade sitting in executing in projecting the That you're GONNA get hopefully hitting that amount depending on the level two and where the stock price go but if you do the limit order would you buy you get to control a price that you enter our I? So that's how you WANNA think about marketing. Orders limit orders so it's not too complicated. That how you want. He's now interesting. Understand is something known as the Stop Border and stops again can go into either market or southland usually stop lament Hint because essentially what you're doing is you're actually. I don't even believe Used as sensually. What you're sending there is a city. This happened after you enter the trick. All right so after you already Donna trade meaning of ball in this you do before and then finally with the market order is when you set aright orders. Are you live after you bought position? And now you're looking for his safety. You're trying to control your wrist. You're trying to mitigate any potential high losses especially if you're trading on the go you're not washing between all the time you know maybe a long-term trade so you're not gonNa have your eyes on the exact stock price at times and so would you do the US stop limit order as kind of safety. So what will happen? Execute in place is order. So that lost so one will do is an only Goes down to this value or whatever value. Choose to set so in this scenario doing dollar ninety with that means to say about the stock a two dollars an hour on a trip or flight. I can't watch the saw and I'm worried that I don't WanNa lose money right. My money's a rich so I knew that put a stop loss usually a maximum ten percent of your physician. I wouldn't go any higher than that of that because I if anything you want to lower if you WANNA protect your risks but in general there's the amount that you can put so that way to not does end up going to that low price at that point it will sell okay because that way you can protect your risk so all these orders are super important for you you lines and these are the best methodologies that we found in penny stock that were for these types of orders all right so finally. He's a limit order when you're buying. Us Market Order. When you're selling in order to get out of your position as fast as possible and then you utilize setup. The stopped limit order as a risk protection or hedge Hedge were incorrectly. Use It as risk safety net for you to where God forbid. The stock goes as that low. You can exit out your position. Take your losses and minimized as quickly. Okay so that was the core of what I wanted to discuss today. We also have about three questions from users that we're going to address so that was the personal. How do you feel about trading appeals when they come out okay so great question had you traded are feeling edgy trading at Ios when they come okay so just to clarify An initial public offering. And you probably have seen this on the news but basically this happens when his knockers. I long of called initial public offering in essentially. What's happening or new ideals is that when it's basically that's simply stopped going public and being listed on the markets for the first time so for example the Uber Ip on alleged IPO. Any company adjusted going public and is just being listed on the public stock markets that was referred to as
What Are The Best Industry Stocks To Trade In 2020
"In this episode ongoing to cover. What are the best industries and stocks to trade in twenty twenty? And how you you can find your best market niche or I'd had you find the strategy to trade the stocks that will end up allowing you to profit the most or is it. That's what we go into in this episode. So essentially you know first of all just to break down so you understand what I'm referring to. There's there's a enormous amount of stocks out there right. There's over three thousand and that's just on the United States United States exchanges are so if you're trading being outside of the country there's even more right but a lot of times you know there's earn filters in criteria that we discussed any stock of you should only trade share chair stops with share the shares of at least a hundred thousand day In different criterias that we try to set forth in order to limit which stocks trade right in order to get the best chance of success. But even after that you're still going to be left with a handful of different stocks and it's important for you to start also as you're developing yourself as a trader to hone in and understand some of the semantics and some of the different verticals that are involved and I'm going to be going over that in this episode so by Vertical Industries Industries like insurance real estate financial services technology gas and oil mining. You know these are all different types of industries and all of them. Have you know upset now and so what usually happens. Is that if you're able to stay in tune with the overall industry that you're trading as well sometimes times you can help us to advantage and improve your odds of success. Okay because that's what this is all about this. Stop tweeting game. It was all about just improving your odds of success and increasing the probability upon which you can probably benefit and profit from a stock trade great. Okay because like I said before you'll never be able to win one hundred percent of your trades but the game is have a high seventy eighty percent ratio. ACO where winning and winning and profit right unfortunately even have some set of losses. But if you can just cut those short and minimize those trades as much as possible. You can still very easily be a profitable trader so i WanNa talk about the three best industries in twenty twenty and why. I feel that they're the most interesting to look. At all. Right and started off the first one is the biotech market or biotech or Pharma Mullahs Pharmaceuticals is such an industry interesting. Stop Trading Opportunity because of the way that that industry works and we we have specific hardcore videos back penny stock but generally speaking for biotech stocks. The reason they're so interesting is because they require her. FDA The usually companies that are researching some type of disease or some type of you know human issue and or pet issue or just issue right medical issue you work on researching and developing a certain cure for that. So usually that involves creating some sort of draw or pill for that Solution Lucia and in the United States at least that requires a very lengthy process with the FDA. I believe the Drug Administration. Which is the government agency that controls those types of products right? They have to approve it. So that way insurance that companies are not just selling whatever toxins and poisons or things that aren't tested to the human and pet population so biotech is crazy because those are usually stops offset if you were to look at the year probably more than fifty percent of the crazy runners. Hundred two hundred. Three hundred percent games in one day in stock market happened happened because of biotech stocks. And the whole reason is because FDA approval right so as scientists are developing these drugs. What's happening opening is out? They're going to have to submit their work and their research to the governmental agency the FDA and what happens is I believe around trial to around around three three There's a certain step. Where if they pass it essentially means that they're able to now finally take their product to be commercially viable and essentially it's the major step that wants the FDA approves it they're now able to go forward with all the chemical or indeed they've spent years and millions of dollars trying to develop so during those times you know if you look at the stock ticker symbol am or an? That's one that the students very recently profited off of By holding it from a while ago because that stock was they developed a cancer the drug and the FDA approved it so now they're able to start going to believe that there's another route. I think it's trial to around three. But in general you know that's a the various specific semantic related to that industry. And you might be. If you're new to this believe me it might sound intimidating. Like Waldo Solman Industries. How can come up with each one and I promise you? There's not that many right. That's why I'm telling you the three best ones for this year. Are the ones like the Pharma Biotech. I attack one. That's always a good niche. Always something that you should try to understand. Get into okay then after that what you have is you. I would say. Probably the second best industry to get into is rates or real estate investment trusts okay reits. are amazing dividend stop plays because basically what a retail is just a fancy real estate company. So it's basically weekly group of people who put together a company and took it public in order to raise financing from the entire stock market and in return turn. The government allows them to do that. But they're required to return and give as a dividend to all shareholders ninety percent of total taxable income so basically reads ends up reits are unsuccessfully and being very great dividend. Stop or and and so. That's why I place that as a great hold because you know the interesting thing of our real estate is that it's always kind of lagging indicator meaning God forbid have been the stock market crashes tomorrow real estate usually follow six months later after a recession because it takes a while for the trickle down effect. Let's our recession or a depression to hit the real estate market so reits even though they're technically included in the stock market the actual profits and losses. Also of that real estate will not be hit until a few months down the line so as a personal thing again. This is not investment advice at all this. This is just purely educational but at least from what I knew the hedge myself as I utilize these reeds as a great dividend stock burner and then finally the third her one April twenty twenty is put to in here because they kind of fit in the same general area and the little grey is blockchain and cannabis kind of. It's okay. Those are two really hot stocks or stock industries that people have and are paying a lot of attention to that. I think are worth looking at. Because it's going to be enough volatility. Where if you follow the different rules that we teach and you traded properly that you'll be able all to profit off of that volatility you'll be able to get and lock in those profits? Okay right now. I'm the recording. At the end of Twenty nineteen beginning of twenty twenty years. I would say catechism blockchain are pretty decent. You know average low for what they're usually so what I've been doing. His hedging myself in certain cashflow ready to look in adding more of those to my watch. List more blockchain companies and candidates companies to keep an eye on them for any and he's sort of pop because they're very volatile right now in the market has a lot of attention and press on that so they change.
"mubarak" Discussed on InPennyStock | Penny Stock Trader
"Let's get to the show. Hey guys Mubarak Kevin within pennies hope. You're doing well in this episode. I WanNa talk about lift stopped versus Oberstar. All right. I'm GonNa talk about how you guys should view them whether they're interesting investment and kind of my general analysis on them or because they're the two big ridesharing apps too big in the industry and in the space space so I wanna kind of use this as a teaching lesson for you guys to be able to absorb how you should look at competing companies What people do right and what some people do wrong? So let's get right into it. The major thing people do wrong right away with actually all stocks and I want to talk about is they. They think that the stock price itself determines the value of the company. And you might be thinking well Mubarak what what are you talking about right. That's obviously what it means. Because when I multiplied the stock price by the amount of shares I get the total market capitalization right and so yeah in that fashion fashioning.
Explainer 189: Why are Ethiopia and Egypt fighting about water?
"The weeds Nobil Committee has decided to award the Nobel Peace Prize for twenty nine hundred to Ethiopia Prime Minister I'll be off mid Arlene Nabil Prize for peace is a considerable Accolade It bestows not mealy immense Gravitas but a fortune in political capital upon its recipient this is especially useful the recipient is as two thousand nineteen recipient Ethiopian Prime Minister Ahmed is an ambitious reform seeking to forge progress in different Colt and unstable environment will discussing how to change the political landscape and how mixed upcoming election democratic free and the battle of the previous well there is however a downside to life as a freshly ennobled Nobel Peace laureate which is that it somewhat circumscribes your options visa the wielding of military force releasing doves whilst rattling your Saber is an unwieldy maneuver to accomplish simultaneously such is the conundrum currently contemplated by rb Ahmed in between polishing his acceptance speech prior to flying to Oslo collect fees Nobel Gong in December Ahmed has been hissing increasingly thinly-veiled menaces towards Egypt at issue is a dam which Ethiopia is building across the Nile and which Egypt would prefer if you didn't being on the project known as the Grand Ethiopian Danz damn has been a dream of Ethiopia's since long before amid became prime minister in April last year it would be Africa's largest hydro Electric plants work began on the site in two thousand and eleven is currently scheduled for completion in two thousand and twenty one and would be potentially transfer formative for Ethiopia development it is costing the thick end or five billion US dollars and is being built by the Italian firm Cellini Impregillo the gypped however is less enthused Egypt is down river of Ethiopia and depends on the Nile for roughly ninety percent of its fresh water and even on current form is anticipating serious water shortages by two thousand and twenty five. Cairo fears that the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Could Sir if it's a boot heel on the hose which irrigates it Egypt's two previous regimes under Mohammed Mossy and Hosni Mubarak both muttered military sounding threats the dumbs direction Egypt's current tyrant Abdel Fattah El Sisi has sounded content to tread a diplomatic path so far appear has not seemed especially interested in Egypt's concerns no force mid has sullenly warned can stop Ethiopia from building a Dam them if there is a need to go to war we could get millions readied this was pretty bracing chat from someone recently garlanded by the Nabil Committee his efforts to achieve peace and International Corporation panic is not the proper response just yet however it is really not the case that war between Ethiopia and Egypt is likely nor is it clear how war between Ethiopia and Egypt would even work geography enthuse I will be aware that these antagonists are separated by the not inconsequential buffer of Sudan and geopolitics buffs will know that Sudan is hopefully in the process of transition from government quite like Egypt's to one more like Ethiopia's Cairo may be struggling for an ally on this one even Sudan recently overthrown dictatorship was broadly supportive of the Damn egypt-us spent several years negotiating with Ethiopia and Sudan attempting to rowing at a resolution of the grand chief European Relations Damn conundrum with which everyone can live but no such compromise has been reached and as is the usual way of such impasses everyone insists that this is everyone else's fault Egypt has suggested inviting a fourth party intermediary and the United States has invited the foreign ministers of the three countries concerned to a summit in Washington DC as we go to air only Cairo has ours. repeat in the affirmative even if no blows are exchanged over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Events will merit close observation it would be a great boon worthy of another Nobel prize indeed if a framework for negotiating water disputes between countries could be assembled on a he Ching Drawing Planet. This will not be the last such conflict monocle twenty four. antisemitic.
Rare protests in Egypt call for president to step down
"It's been a second night of rare protests in Egypt against president Abdel Fattah el CC about two hundred demonstrators took to the streets of the city of service demanding his resignation Sally Neville reports for testers took to the streets last night in the northern city of sway scrolling on presidency six to resign we have gathered for a second night in a row police fired tear gas and dozens of arrests have been reported so ways was one of the key cities the trolls up against former president Hosni Mubarak in twenty eleven although there were only a couple of hundred protesters last night it is significant because people are back out on the streets again since president CC came to power in twenty fourteen Egyptians have barely been able to protest due to a heavy security
"mubarak" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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Stop Parking on our Property (feat. Randa Jarrar)
"People who don't know who you are. How would you describe yourself? I could describe myself like the way that people who hate me describe me or I can. Like some of my favorite hate mail things, I've been called a camel Kant, which I would love to be like, the name of my memoir, but I don't think my editor would be into it, 'cause name, I'm a fiction writer primarily. I also write non fiction. I've written a novel and a collection of short stories I teach creative writing at Fresno state, and I am also someone who likes to talk shit and cause problems on. Our favorite kind longtime listeners of good Muslim, bad Muslim, you know that we've given run a good Muslim award in the past. And then we that was a really beautiful day when I found that out, and then we stocked, you, and then I found on Instagram like renders, L, A, I'm needed maker, my friend, totally metoo was like, oh my God. And then we chase rundown favor. Yeah. In the same neighborhood. I love that. And then we became friends, and now she's on our podcast, which is how I feel like I want all of the good Muslim awards to happen like some awards, then I want them to become my friends. Absolutely. I would be so naughty. I would I would be giving them to like people. I thought were sexy. Oh, yeah. We haven't really done that. We've been giving mostly the good Muslim awards to women because I feel like women don't get enough platform. But women can also be sexy. What's that doing? The by one. Yeah. Yeah. They're totally just honorable reason I'm giving these awards. I love the idea of giving awards to Muslim people who usually don't get or words because I don't know. I feel like let's necessary. I agree that I'm so glad that you're on our show. And we've been having a lot of fun since you came to LA, which I'm really excited to jump into talk about. Yes. Either Mubarak aide Movado. We just finished the month of Ramadan. I've been really stressed trying to get back into things post Ramadan. Yeah, I got really sick the week after I'm done, then I was just like okay. I need to get back into being healthy and whatever's. Yeah. And I got like really upset by my family who spending time with over eat. Yeah. Boys happens. But how is your eve? My hate was really interesting because I was in Kuwait. So I went to Kuwait, the last four days of dawn, five days of done. Yeah. It was really interesting. We're the stores open all night. Yes. Stores were open mostly are only at night at one point, I was not fasting. I was on my period and driving with my mom and I started drinking water in the car.
Explainer 170: Will Mohamed Morsis presidency be remembered?
"In a parallel universe. Muhammed Morsi is heading towards the end of his second term as the first elected head of state in a long history of Egypt in the actual universe. He has been buried in our Alam all cemetry in Cairo following funeral prayers in the mosque of Cairo's Tora, prison and news, the gyp Shen state television is reporting that the foam of president Hamid Morsi has died. He died on Monday, aged sixty seven after collapsing in court. Morsi had been a prisoner since his presidency was ended roughly year after it began by a coup d'etat in two thousand thirteen. Nothing about what happened to. Muhammed Morsi is much of an advertisement for the people who have been running Egypt since removing him from power. Back at the city, I there was the removal itself, whatever is available. One might reasonably have had about the prospect of Egypt being governed by the Islamist movement. The Muslim Brotherhood in which Mosey was a senior figure, Morsi and the brothers were the people's choice in two thousand and twelve year after a revolution ended the long dictatorship of house, new Mubarak. It was more see who won Egypt's first meaningfully democratic presidential election. Second. The has been more treatment, subsequent to being ousted from office and imprisoned on charges, including espionage, terrorism and others claimed by his supporters to be political put ups Morsi was held substantially in solitary confinement. And according to Amnesty International denied access to medical treatment for conditions including diabetes and liver and kidney complaints. Again, one does not need to be in accordance with the aims, and I'm Bishen of the Muslim Brotherhood to think this is no kind of way to treat a prisoner. The Christian now. Well a question. Now is what effect if any the passing of Egypt's first properly elected president will have on Egypt and or the wider Middle East. The regime now in place in Cairo will work very hard to ensure that the answer to that question is none. None whatsoever. The haste with which Morsi was buried was not in itself. Sinister under Islamic tradition. Funerals should be held within twenty four hours of death, but it was telling that requests that Moore sees funeral be held in his hometown. Sharqiya province were refused. And that reporters were not granted access coverage in Egypt's state-owned newspapers was less than extensive as we go to air. No large-scale demonstrations have responded to more sees death. Those that more see may have gotten the message by now that the best of doing it in private, or they may be saving themselves until after prayers this Friday, expect a large security operation around Muslim Brotherhood, sympathizing mosques in Cairo and Alexandria, especially in the Middle Eastern region, and indeed, the wider world. There has been very little. In the way of official response to Moses passing most national leaders seem to have calculated that annoying country as important as Egypt by paying tribute to a dead enemy of its present government makes little diplomatic sense. Among the few to have spoken up president, Richard type one of Turkey who described Mosey as a martyr, and his successes as tyrants, in mea, shake tummy, m- bin Hamad, Al tiny of cata made a pointed statement of condolence to more cease family and to the gypsum, people Egypt is among those Arab countries which seven diplomatic relations with cata in two thousand seventeen citing cutters support for the Muslim Brotherhood. In the short term. At least if Egypt's rulers have anything to do with it. Mohammed more sees presidency will barely be remembered at all. It will be interesting to see what the longer view looks like more sees presidency was far from a success. The manner of its ending rather a clued the fact that Moore sees time in office was one of almost perpetual crisis. Not all of which was his fault, but all of which was his responsibility, because that's the deal with being president and more. Wasn't very good at being president. He was dreary dog Matic. Un-imaginative uninspiring and appeared to regard his election as the end rather than the beginning of a new political dialogue with Egypt's people. Muhammad MO walls president. Chosen as such by his fellow citizens. And this makes him absurdly a unique figure in Egypt's history. He may not have done it. Well, but he did it and proved that it was doable. That may yet be a significant legacy. Twenty four. I'm Andrew millet.
Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi dies; was imprisoned since 2013
"And this just into the WBZ newsroom. Breaking news out of the Middle East. Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has died in court supporting to state TV there. No details available at this point. Marcy, of course, taking over after Hosni Mubarak was deposed during the Arab spring, and Morsi himself was ousted by the current President Abdel el-sisi in a military coup back in twenty four to twenty thirteen. Again, former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi died in
"mubarak" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Well, they have the big statue of liberty, there seemed like okay? This is the next thing, you know, earlier it had been Marcos in the Philippines was deposed, and it just seems like changing time. But man when they cracked down on that, that was that there was some cold water. That was that. That was a lesson. Brutal lesson on TV and it was probably the first time people around the world side, I live. Yeah, what your point is? Exactly right. I think you're right. I forgot about Marcos and but there was others. Of course you know, as you said, the tide seem to be going in that, and they really made. Sure it stopped there. Yeah. And whether they're going to happen there. Right. And then we've had similar times in part of the us diplomacy has been to decide whether or not in win to jump in these things. So, so yes, we did. We were supportive of Mubarak, Mubarak's ouster, but then, when, when there was, like, ten years or eight years. Ago when there was progress in Iran, or it looked like there was some kind of social uprising in Iran. We kind of backed off. It's a tricky thing. Yet a point the other thing about that, too, you know, and you say China crack that in this sort of the trend in the year, China really wasn't the economic or military world power thirty years ago that is today. So they decided this is what they had to do. And they have followed that script, you know closely. Yeah. In wisely. Unlike a lot of eastern bloc countries, which were culturally influenced by the west, you know, yesterday to western music underground, and they're reading western for Ben books etcetera, the Chinese have duplicated a lot of our culture in their own stolen and made it their own so they got their own Google. They get their own internet. They've stolen it made their own, but they can throw it right? From Beijing oppose it being a worldwide web is China Wide Web, for example, having reported from China early last year when I was with secretary Mattis, it's very difficult to use the internet over there. Customs that he's of it here in other countries. It's, it's a whole different world. So. The other thing I wanted to quickly chat with you about shoot. We gotta let you go soon. But I just in terms of the Mexico, situation Republicans are already pushing back on that Nexico is targeting places dice. I guess that they're hoping will make Republicans think twice. Do you think that McConnell or Graham or any of those folks would actually, you know push back on the president? Well, I think that you're already getting pushback from people like Senator coin and affects US Border states, and states that have a huge day-to-day today business with Mexican enterprises. They've already were questioning the wisdom of dealing with Mexican either a second or third largest trading partner, depending on the month. Okay. It's different situation than China, will well Lindsey Graham, switch because they talk products in South Carolina. Who knows? He may think it's just a bad idea about Mexico. Anyway. We'll Mitch McConnell fall because they're going to put stiff taxes on Kentucky bourbon, I think what that'll give Mitch McConnell, the incentive to do is realize that other Republican senators like Senator coin complaining about the concern about the tariffs, and as their leader, he would help them organize a campaign in talk, you know, can to convince the White House, not to do it. That's part of a Republican gathering. There is compared to the China terrorist, for example. There's a lot of Republicans ready voicing unease about the Mexican terrorists, and how they're going to be applied Mexico's approaching in a very savvy manner. They're very, very nice publicly. They have people here in Washington now trying to meet with the Commerce Department. Others offend Donald Trump. They keep saying they're not being attacking the president at all. But they're ready to retaliate. All right. Tom's criteria of talk media news. Thank you so much. You're welcome. Remember, don't worry about this afternoon. Okay. Right. I had a break a course second hour. We'll talk a little bit more. Maybe we will tackle this sort of non story just sort of funny to hear. Housing CNN is reporting one thing and how the actual media in England reports it keeping here on Boston Herald radio with.
"mubarak" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Yeah. The Jews the whole never again never again because we have a retarded governor and retarded mayor and retarded city council, and you know, we'd nor the needs of civilizations. Alright order we're going I'll die with them all dive bonnet plague and and and not only this country, but in future, countries and galaxies. They will look at Los Angeles. And they will see what happened in Los Angeles own my God that was one of the greatest cities in the world, and it completely fucking fell apart. And everyone died of the plague let's not they'll cite us. Yes. And they'll save their civilization. We'll save do it for us. For us for other civilizations. I mean shot. Yeah. We'll we'll we'll get Mubarak plague die in the streets. And we'll do it. So that other civilizations. Don't make the same state because we're going to jump on that grenade. I hope so. Yeah, I pry well, something jinx. It it's going. All right. That was my article anyway, remarkable Gary someone's running for mayor of Los Angeles. Kevin markle. How you doing good? Kevin drew, drew. I read your article it was to say, it's so many problems instead of just housing crisis. Like you said it's almost insulting not almost insulting. It is disgustingly resulting. I was thinking about voting for you. But now I wanna stall perish with the plagues. Give me one shock before. We all perish to switch. Switch subjects slightly. But still to kind of stay on Eric are SETI since era the city announced his vision zero which was to eliminate pedestrian deaths. excuse me. But that's Rian deficit actually risen eighty percents. Right L. Right. That no. That tells you the here's what vision zero actually was about zero cars. You can't you're not allowed to drive your because your criminal if you drive a car, so we'll pretend it's about the size saving productions, but clearly clue that didn't work out. And we're not saying anything about that. But we've made driving more miserable. So mission accomplished. Yes. So what I've actually five list, it will actually prevent protesting ministry, death and traffic. So number one, you talk about estrin responsibility without being victim shaming town. But while pedestrian have to have as as much interest in getting across the street.
"mubarak" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"He's actually their chief political figure he had previously been a member of parliament from two thousand two thousand five and he's therefore the chief enforcer within this deeply, secretive and hierarchical and insular organization. This is an organization in which every member has taken an oath to listen and obey their leaders and in the run up to the January twenty fifth twenty eleven protests against Mubarak regime. The Muslim Brotherhood had told it younger members that if they were to participate they should only participate as individuals they should not carry brotherhood insignias tried to dissuade Muslim brothers for participating because the Muslim Brotherhood was very concerned. That would be the first target of any crackdown after the protests, and it was also afraid that if Muslim brothers participated alongside non-islamic the leftists socialist, in some cases, liberals that rose up against Mubarak that the Muslim Brotherhood was essentially sacrifice is Lamaism to work with these other non is the Muslim Brotherhood was very wary of the protests when they started on January twenty twenty eleven brotherhood leaders were encouraging their youth not participate or to only participate as individuals and win many motherhood use therefore participated in defiance of the brotherhood. They not only angered the brotherhood leadership because you know, it was in defiance. They angered the brother leadership because of how central obedience and listening to your leaders is to this particular type of organization, there's great turmoil in Egypt. This time, and we're going to follow that, however, Eric has just identified inside, the Muslim brothers, its strength and its weakness..
"mubarak" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Zero five four six two six as we are talking with our guest this portion of the program, we have borne he is a former US diplomat and global risk advisor. And one other thing that I would I would note here about develops Waylon before we move on to a few other troubled areas of the world. And that is that nNcholas Maduro the. Interim leader if you will the disputed leader of Venezuela is now seeking help against US sanctions from the OPEC nations. I wondering how far you think that will go OPEC, of course, has become in recent years, the cartel that couldn't price fixed rate. Well for OPEC. They didn't do they didn't pay attention to Iran when they ask for help with the sanctions at the US post, and we have Saudi Arabia, basically in our back pocket. So I don't really see OPEC coin out of its way to try and help Venezuela. They see Medeiros is somebody that's on his way out. And they see Cueto is this chance of making a lot more money than they are now, whereas Madero is not going to be able to make that money and so forth financial decision. And for an ally decision. I think their money is more ongoing with Guido and going for what the US and European nations are warning as opposed to what Russia and Iran and Venezuela would prefer now it doesn't sound as though Madero plans to go quietly into the night. So I wondering what you see happening here. I mean, if if it is it possible that the Venezuela military. Might just suddenly say, okay? Enough of this. We'll just shake things up and get rid of Madero. And and put this other guy and hope for the best. Well, that's the key question that everybody is waiting to see what will the military do if they start to go over to quiet. Oh, Medeiros done. He can't hold onto power in any way, shape or form. We've seen one Colonel go over to quiet aside. We're seeing more of the rank and file the lower level mid tier officers going over these talking about and much more sketchy about going over to quiet. Oh because Madero is trying to get money. Anyway, he can pay those high ranking generals to make sure that they stay with their troops. But these other guys they're not getting paid so quiet. I was trying to make every single thing. Look like, okay. The US has said as soon as I'm installed, you all get paid. And we've seen that Maduro. He doesn't care about the humanitarian aid sitting at our border. Wants to hold it up. He doesn't care about your family that is starving. It doesn't care about your kid that can't get medical aid. Where are you going to go to make sure that you can take care of your family? It's not Madero. He hasn't cared about you. It's quiet out. So that's the appeal that quiet. So is making to the military members. And if they start to flow over it's all over from Durham, I wrote a piece that was designed to be satirical at this network. A few years back, and I called the old dictators home. This was back when we were saying the Ceaucescu's and Saddam Hussein's and a host of other people suddenly out of work sometimes out of life as well. And I just put forward the suggestion again partially tongue in cheek that that we needed a place for them in old dictators home as I put it to place where they can rave and rant and torture. The occasional house plant and does internationally do we need to make it a smoother transition for people who shouldn't be in power to leave? Without nets was much. Let's say bloodshed and disruption. As is. Usually the case, you know, I love that idea of an old dictator rest on that would be absolutely fantastic. If we could find some island to Saint Helena had done that. Saint helena. That'd be a great place to shove them. All you know, you look at Mubarak Mubarak was forced out by the people of Egypt. But the US was intervening with Mubarak to make it. Good for him to leave. Now, you had Qaddafi. He refused to leave because he saw it as his country, and he wasn't going to leave it, and it turned out that he was the richest man alive. Now, I think there are other people richer, we just don't have them on the Forbes scale, but all things considered he had more assets than anybody they'd ever seen. Why didn't he leave? Why didn't he just go to Paris or as it was his country, and he couldn't get over that idea? I gradu- the ultimate scheme of things. Maybe it would be just a piece people face some kind of punishment. But of course, they're hanging around with the the residue of their power leads to a lot of bloodshed. I'd be happy to let to live comfortably and isolated somewhere. Anyway, enough of that more to come with our guest, William Osborne in a moment. News talk eight twenty WB AP. Hey, this with some special news from my friends at the end, leasing even though the feds are raising interest rates. I gave DNA McCall and got them to do something special for the listeners DNA is lowering interest rates.
"mubarak" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Mubarak says that his comments made to the LA times were never intended to provoke any threats of violence against montvale initiative, nor does he condone that kind of behavior. He also tells me that it's not too late for official with Monica villa initiative to work with his organization as well as other homeless advocacy groups to help those in need reporting live in montville, Marsha Martinez. Fox full-bore again if you Can Tho of that there. There's this this group, which is trying to clean up the neighborhood and get all the vagrants out. And this got a homeless advocate upset this Abraham Mubarak. And he made these wild claims saying the monta villa neighborhood. Members are running havoc on house Louis people house Louis people willing running havoc. Not a good English. He claimed they were slashing their tents throwing cold water on them following them around Rasim. The LA times prince this charge. And then it says Roberta later acknowledged he'd not witnessed any of these incidents at no proof. They were committed by the neighborhood initiative. Well, this is happening in the neighborhood. But we don't know for sure that it's the monta villa initiative. So the LA times prince fake news or unproved news. And then. The normal citizens. We're trying to clean up the neighborhood start getting all kinds of death threats and harassment. And have their private information publicized because the LA times published unproved and possibly false accusations against the group. This is the world has to deal with God forbid, you cannot complain about homeless encampments. Because then you get false accusations from some nut job. Vagrant advocate, and the El Segundo times jumps right in and publishes, the charges with no proof. If the LA times did real journalism writer is bachelor Schmid. You would write down what the advocate saying? Okay. All right. Slashing tense throwing cold water. That's what you say. The neighborhood. Group is doing. And if you can't substantiate those charges, you can't prove them if you don't have corroboration, you don't print the story. Now, the people trying to clean up their neighborhood. They're on the ride. They're the ones who are getting scared. Why does anybody have to? What does anybody have to put up with a needle exchange program? The claim is that people who were exchanging needles were getting harassed. It exchanges millions of syringes annually. This this program. Oh, Chase's millions of syringes. And where do they end up on the ground all over the park? Look, you're not going to enforce the law. You're not gonna force basic decency and hygiene, you're going to get bad reactions. You're gonna get vigilante groups you're gonna get craziness. That's what the government is supposed to do is supposed to keep things in order. If you don't keep things in order. You're going to end up with a lot lot less. Order your it's not just going to be the vagrants, defecating and urinating. Now, you're gonna get the normal people screaming and yelling, and that's people aren't going to put this stuff forever. There's a limit. And once they reached their limit. Who knows what the hell's going to happen? And it's the mayor spot for allowing it affect the. There's a quote here the Portland police association. President Darryl Turner called Portland assess pool. He says Portland police are catastrophically understaffed. I used to be a nice place. It looks like we got a car chase. We do. CHP pursuit. The guy was on the sixty looks like he just got off the sixty in chino. And we're hearing that he could be wanted for assault with a deadly weapon. And he's looks like he's in a big SUV. Yeah. It's a big gray color SUV. He was going really fast on the sixty. And it looks like he's on Wilson street near Ramona avenue in chino. According to the crawl looking at it swerved into oncoming traffic narrowly missed a head on collision. Now, he's speeding down the middle of this road Ramona avenue. In chino near riverside drive. Stopped is come to a stop in the left hand turn lane. So if you're on Ramona avenue. Now almost a uey. Yeah. Now, he almost did. A you any went into the parking lot. Of some business. And now he's gone completely around the building in the center of the parking lot. And he's making a right turn. And he's going to go the other way. All right. We're going to take a break. John and Ken KFI. Debra Mark has and we.