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Is America's Sovereignty in Jeopardy?
"Now what if I told you right now this question of sovereignty and who is in charge very well might be put in permanent jeopardy using an international health apparatus. Now there's lots of fail safes built into the constitution. The constitution is a domestic political document. It's the greatest political document ever written. The United States Constitution was not written for the times, was written to stand the test of time. Understanding human nature's predisposition towards greed. Selfishness, lying and cheating and stealing a diffuses power over space and time. There's so many layers of checks and balances in the U.S. Constitution almost as if the founding fathers were inherently distrustful of people with power and they were. Now, it spreads over space and time by it requires a lot of geographic land mass to be able to make decisions and time where it's intentionally long to be able to do something bold and dramatic. This is why the CDC and the FDA swooping in and taking away individual sovereignty. And states rights was something that was deemed unconstitutional was always kind of left to the states and by the way, most European countries do not have that model. I know some Europeans and they were perplexed when they learned about America's response to COVID that it was a state by state model. You see, in Germany, if Berlin wants to do something, it impacts Bavaria as it does um, as it does Munich, one size fits all governing model. In Austria, if Vienna wants to do something, it impacts Salzburg just as much as Vienna. In Europe, the power comes from the top in America the power comes from the bottom.
Ukraine President Zelenskyy proposes meeting with Putin after increased violence - NPR
"As tensions soar over possible Russian invasion of Ukraine Ukrainian president follow to be incidents he called for Russian president Vladimir Putin to meet him in Seacrest's addition to the crisis John is nice I don't know what the president of the Russian federation one so I'm proposing eliminating these Lansky made the proposal during a speech at the Munich security conference the president who had earlier met with US vice president Khama Harris also said Russia could pick the location for the talks he also added that Ukraine will continue to strive for a diplomatic resolution to the crisis there was no immediate response from the Kremlin the
EU chief: Russia could be cut off from markets, tech goods
"Russia will have limited access to financial markets and take kids if it decides to invade Ukraine according to a top European Union official the Kremlin strangers sinking which comes straight out of a dark past may cost Russia a prosperous future ahead of the E. U.'s executive commission was set up on the land spoke at the opening of the annual Munich security conference in her opening remarks he also said the E. U.'s executive mom has developed a robust and comprehensive package of financial sanctions with the U. S. U. K. and Canada something vice president Harris compounded in late to speech if Russia further invades Ukraine the United States together with our allies and partners will impose significant and unprecedented economic costs Wonderland sets out some of the consequences of a Russian invasion we have a lot of high tech goods where we have a global dominance and that are absolutely necessary for Russia and cannot be replaced easily with Cindy to so far have not specified what precise Russian action would trigger sanctions however an unnamed French officials suggested sanctions would come with an invasion of territory currently under the control of the government in Kiev on Karen Thomas
Sullivan Says Russia Could Launch Ukraine Invasion Soon
"Josh, it went unnoticed largely because of the Super Bowl, but Jake Sullivan, the national security adviser, reintroduced the major minor incursion distinction yesterday. Yeah, you know, I didn't notice it when I watched the interview the first time. And I didn't make too much of it when I heard about it, but look, when you talk to national security experts, it does seem like for the Biden administration lately has been a little more on the ball, certainly doesn't think we're with Afghanistan and even compared to some of the NATO allies. And trying to get native on board in terms of taking serious potential Russian invasion. So I didn't read it as closely as you did, but it certainly sounds like there are parts in their words and then using very diplomatic language there. It's appeasement. They do not want Putin to go off on key. They'll give him the Don boss. It's just Munich again.
Retired Pope Benedict seeks forgiveness over sex abuse handling, admits no wrongdoing
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Former pope was at meeting where pedophile priest discussed
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Retired pope faulted over abuse cases when he was in Germany
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"munich" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"I didn't even think about it. It's kind of a little bit like an Arnold Palmer. A little bit in the U.S.. But yeah, excellent. And one thing that makes you laugh and say only in Munich. I'm going to give you the same answer, a leader is the acceptable measure for a beer. I'll tell you one thing. I'll answer my own question here. Okay. What do you find in the Munich airport that you won't find in other airports? I don't know. A brewery. You could have guessed that, don't you think? Okay, yeah. I could have. All I could think of was me running through it. Excellent. And Dan, if I asked you to summarize Munich in just three words what three words are you going to use? I'm going to use fun. I'm going to use efficient. Okay. And I'm going to use beer. Excellent. And our guest again has been Dan from the zipping around the world podcast. It's zipping around the world dot com and Dan have people went over to your podcast or they're going to find more information about Germany or about Munich. They certainly will have a series of podcasts out on my shenanigans during this trip. So it'll be a little bit more in depth and some of the things that I've done. So yes, they will have that. Excellent. So we'll put a link to Dan's series in the show notes. For this podcast, which you can also find in the lyrics of this episode, Dan, thanks so much for coming on back on amateur traveler and sharing with us your love for Munich. All right. Thanks so much, Chris. I'd like to take the opportunity to thank the patrons of the show who help support amateur traveler financially. I'm particularly appreciated on weeks when we don't have any ads, and I'm not making any revenue to offset all the time that I put into the show. But thanks to those who do participate and special thanks this week to Alexander punch,.
"munich" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"You mentioned that there was a submarine not just a submarine, the first German submarine is in the duchess museum, U one. Oh, wow. Okay, that I did not realize. They really have some nice machinery and exhibits in there. There's no doubt. So a great place for nerds like me is what you're saying. I would think so. Yes. Then Chris, I would say, you got to go to the English garden. That is Munich's Central Park, if you will. It is just north of the old town. You can take the metro, the U Bond up there and you're probably going to have to walk 15 or 20 minutes to kind of get you into the heart of the park. And one of the places that I really like going I went there at the time before is there is the beer garden at the Chinese pagoda. You know, Dan, I am sensing a theme here. I told you I was at home. This is a 7000 seat beer garden. So it doesn't hit the 8000 seat. It's pretty hard to miss because you're going to hear the German band playing. They actually have their setup in the Chinese pagoda. It's an open air pagoda. And they were kind of on tier one. So it really echoes throughout the park. So this place even in October was absolutely packed. It was a nice day and I bet 6000 people were there for the lunchtime and I bet 6000 people were there for lunch time. So everybody was enjoying it because it was in the COVID time frame. This was Germans. This was locals. There were not a lot of tourists like myself there. And they were just having a good time, lots of families out. And it's pretty impressive to watch the gentlemen carrying the steins of beer, the leaders of beer. I think they could carry like 9 or ten of them at a time. I don't know how they were quite that strong. So it was pretty impressive, but they moved some serious beer. And Chris and all these beer gardens, they all have restaurants associated with them. Okay. So you can always get something to eat. You can get roasted chicken, a variety of pork type products. Pork knuckles, sausages, French fries, all kinds of good German type food, special, which is a German noodle. So all of these are associated with a restaurant. Well, in the signature sausage, as I mentioned earlier for Munich tends to be the vice versa, the white sausage. Yes, I saw that..
"munich" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"There's also gondola rides in the summer and the central canal and that is behind the palace. Excellent. One thing you talked about before you talked about the alt Pinnacle. Panna cotta, I think it probably that germ transition. I didn't know that word, and I was wondering why so old I knew alt is old. And the reason why it's the alt Pinnacle tick is there's also the new and then there's also the modern and that it's coming from a Greek word for a picture gallery. Didn't seem like a very German word, but I just wasn't sure about it. So it's just the old gallery, the new gallery and the modern gallery and the old, I wondered if it was older in terms of the building or in terms of the collection and the answer is yes. Both. It's the oldest building and the oldest collection. Well, that makes sense. It makes sense that it's a Greek word versus a German word. So Chris, there are other things on the palace grounds. There is actually the museum of carriages and slaves. It is in the former writing stables of the palace. And it spans more than three centuries of carriages from the royals. A lot of the carriages are from king Ludwig the second around 1880..
"munich" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"I did not know that, okay. And that's the one with the devil's footstep in the church. A black mark. Yes, that is part of its aura. Traditionally where the devil stood to make a deal with the builder to finance construction of the church. That is what I've heard. All right, next stop, the hofbrau house. And I think most people probably have heard of this. I hope they have. They heard anything about Jeremy. This is the most famous beer hall in Munich. Originally built in 15 89 by Maximilian the first, but at that point in time, it was only for nobility. The general public was admitted to the king's beer. It was the king's beer. So the general public was only admitted in 1828 by Ludwig the first. So I'm sure he was trying to make the general public happy. The building was remodeled in 1890 7s, so 120 years ago. Out of the surrounding rooms were also destroyed in World War II, but the beer hall itself was not. I sit there one night Chris. It is the most common place in town that I solved kind of night in and night out one night. I couldn't even get in. Well, I got in, but there was no place to sit. So I left another night I got there a little bit earlier and got to sit until the reservation started happening. So you need to get there early, or you need to learn how to put in a reservation into a German restaurant. I did not try that or figure that out. Well, when you say you did that you were there one of the three trips during October fest, I'm assuming this is the trip when it was an October fest that you still couldn't get in. This was this trip. Actually, during October 1st, we did get in. I think everybody was in October. Interesting. It is a very busy place, both with Germans and absolutely with Taurus. It.
"munich" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"So the next stop would be and this is going to be a word that's hard to say, but truly in market. And that is a very busy open air market that is just around the corner from Saint Peter's church. And there's lots of restaurants that surround it as well. There's about a 140 stalls there with everything from my soul. Dried mushrooms, do produce, cheese, to meat, to flowers. Just everything. And it's in some of the most expensive real estate in Munich itself, but the townspeople have one of their and is basically protected. And that's, I mean, basically, the word itself says that it's we have a word in English that is victuals. We don't use it that much. Except I don't think the C is pronounced, but edible thing. So it's an edible market. It's there in the name. It's just that we don't use that English word very often. So it doesn't sound obvious. Yes, I agree. Also, there is a beer garden in the middle of this market. And that's, in my opinion, the most important thing and I did sit and enjoy a lunch and a beer in that beer garden. Very busy, but it does have a nice public bathroom for you. Should you need it? Well, you saved your garden and we talked a little bit, we've hinted a little bit about beers. If I am going to Munich and drinking beers traditionally, I'd be having something closer to I want to say to a pilsner, is that what I would expect there? And then how has that changed recently? Yeah. So you could expect the pilsner, a lot of it is what they call Munich. Hellas, which is even a little bit of a lighter beer. When you're drinking it by the leader. Here's our super alcohol. It's not an American IPA that would put you on your back after a leader. There's also Munich uncle. So that's their dark beer..
"munich" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"So that seems fair enough. That's correct. As a matter of fact, they do have 6 breweries that people should be aware of. Hacker shore, plotter. Hough brow. Spotton and lo and brow. Those are the 6 big breweries that people should know about in Munich. Okay. But Chris, let's start day one. This is kind of how I did my trip, so you're going to hear a little bit about kind of how I set it up. They won the best thing to do, the easiest thing to do is just go to the old town of Munich and do an old town walk. And I got some highlights here to hit for us. But the place to start is in Marion plots. So that is the central square and that is where really it's the happening spot of town. It's full of Taurus. It's full of locals. There's a major subway connection there. You bond and S bond connection. So it's also a real hub. And we've talked about this before, ubon is under the city, so the subway and S bahn strassa bonds so above the city. So trams and subways. Correct. And besides people watching in Marion plots, what are we going to do there? Yeah, so in my plots, when you get out of the subway or the metro, you come out of the subway to the new town hall and also the old town hall is there as well. And it's a very large square. That's plots. And the new town hall is actually built in a medieval style, but it was in the late 1800s and it has the Glock and spill in it. It is a 280 foot spire. And that really has the ambiance and gives the impression of the old city in downtown Munich. People are watching that Glock and spill. It goes off three times a day and does. Please. Rein counts a wedding ceremony. Okay. From an old noble family. Well, and I was joking a little bit with please clocking, but I'm glad and spiel literally means bells and play is the two words that we're putting together there. Clock and is the word for bells, or at least the particular type of bells we'd find in a glocken spiel. There you go. And also, again, the spires, 280 feet, you can go up in an elevator and get an excellent view of the city in the spires. So that's something you can do as well. The old town hall looks brand new, actually. When you look at it and it actually is pretty new as it was flattened in World War II due to the allied bombing..
"munich" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Welcome to the amateur traveler. I'm your host Chris Kristen. Let's talk about Munich. I'd like to welcome back to the show Dan from the zipping around the world podcast, zipping around the world dot com. Dan has been on before talking about Samos Greece, and this time we're talking about Munich, den, welcome back to amateur traveler..
VW Debuts the ID Buzz Autonomous Van
"Volkswagen debuted its. Id buzz autonomous e van. The twenty twenty one. I a mobility event in munich. This features autonomous systems developed by argot. Ai vw plans to use. Id buzz as the platform for its full-scale commercial. Ride hailing and delivery operations plans launch germany. In twenty twenty-five
The International Ramifications of the U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan
"Black In in that case in you just said that we cannot compare The events of the last few days either to saigon. Oh even to. Jimmy carter as somebody who is a. Pm of the of the british opera house is somebody who is a canadian as well. What are the international ramifications of what we have just seen when you'll blaming our allies our partners in the country prior administrations went already. The media organs of the chinese communist state are saying quote unquote headlines. Bidoon will surrender taiwan. Next how how can send a you. As an observer of presidential politics that there will be very very serious ramifications. I'm very concerned. And i think the parallel there is with the bay of pigs President kennedy was fearful of fiasco at the bay of pigs few months after he was inaugurated in nineteen sixty one would embolden the soviet union. That's precisely what happened. And they you know they. We now know that the head short range. Nuclear missiles already deployed on the launcher before it was discovered by. Us intelligence that four hundred thousand two old divisions a soviet armed forces in cuba in-country and they've been there for some months before american intelligence defected. This right under the nose. Eight minutes away in a jet aircraft from for miami and and And then he was afraid that it would embolden the russian su something impetuous which is what happened. He and we of course will settled very. I would say we didn't quite statesmanlike manner but but that sort of thing does encourage those who have an appetite to be aggressive. And if they think they're facing a vacuum or facing a completely irresolute opponent than it is extremely dangerous. And i mean you know. We got all kinds of historical parallels for this as hitler himself said after he saw chamberlain and della at munich. He thought he could do anything he
RIP to America's Prestige
"Walter. Russell made in the wall. Street journal begins his column. You were given the choice between war and dishonor. You chose this honor and you will have war. Winston churchill's words to neville chamberlain following the munich agreement echo grimly across washington. This week as the by administration reckons with the consequences of the worst handled foreign policy crisis since the bay of pigs and the most devastating blow to american prestige. Since the fall of saigon american prestige is very important not for ego reasons but because american prestige is the guardian of liberty in the world. Joe biden believe three things about afghanistan. I that he could stage dignified an orderly withdrawal from america's longest war. By the way you know we had. I believe twenty five hundred soldiers. We had no no not one soldier died then one american military person this past year. What what was the necessity of leaving. Everything that is happening is was completely predicted predictable. I predicted it. That's in print. And i'm i'm not a prophet. I'm just not a leftist
Sean Feucht's Talks About His 'Let Us Worship' Event on the National Mall for 9/11
"I wanna talk about nine eleven. Because you and i have been talking. I mean this was your idea. And you got the national mall in dc for the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. And you and i were talking about. Wow it's twenty years and we're going to be on the national mall and I came up with this idea. Twenty years one nation twenty years and suddenly now afghanistan has happened. And do you d-. Do you have an idea of what what is going to be happening on september eleventh on the mauling. I will bite and even allow along haired to to play his guitar. What's gonna happen well. Thankfully we have a permit From the national park service which controls that property. It might be the only permit. Eric of its kind. That's been issued this year. This is a really big deal Especially in this day especially now especially with the fall of afghanistan especially now that we're coming up on the twenty year anniversary munich so meaningful. It feels what god we. We didn't actually request these dates. These are the only ones they gave us. And so i feel like this is a total divine thing from god that we're supposed to do this. I feel like that you know we have two nights. We have the eleventh and the twelfth on the twelfth. We're gonna do our our our normal blowout lettuce worship going after revival but on the eleventh. I feel that we're called to really steward this moment. You know twenty years since nine eleven the event that changed all of our lives forever The the the the event that launched the war on terror. Obviously we're sitting here. Twenty years after that in afghanistan philly like was failure But yet at the same time so many people have given their lives have laid down their lives for for against terror in america to keep us safe and so we want to honor them. We want honor first responders a but we also wanna pray for the persecuted church. We also want to lift up our prayer for people all around the world. That are in distress right
Podcast Excerpt from Led Zeppelin - "Achilles Last Stand"
"So in september of nineteen seventy five robert plant still in a wheelchair joined jimmy page in southern california to write some new songs bass player john. Paul jones and drummer. John bonham would join them not long after once. They finished rehearsing most of the material in california. The band then relocated to music land studios in munich germany to record the album in november. The challenge was that the rolling stones had already booked the same studio for december. Which left led zeppelin with about two weeks to record the whole album. Jimmy page who not only played all of the guitar parts but also wrote virtually all of the music and produced. The album was working eighteen to twenty hours a day on it in the end they ran out of time. And jimmy had to ask mick jagger for two more days. In the studio to finish up jagger gave him the two days and jimmy page almost by himself recorded all of the overdubbed seven songs worth in one single night. And then jimmy. An engineer keith. Harwood mixed the whole album. The next day the album would be named presence and it was released in march of nineteen. Seventy six robert plant described this struggle to make the presence album as our stand against everything our stand against the elements against chance. We were literally fighting against existence itself. Unlike every other led zeppelin album. There are almost no acoustic instruments on presence at all. No keyboards no mandolins or recorders. No acoustic ballads. This is an album dominated by jimmy page's electric guitar wizardry and achilles last stand may be the pinnacle of his guitar playing and arranging genius achilles. Last stand is the first track on the album opening the record with a slow fade in on jimmy. Page's guitar played on his legendary gibson. Les paul nicknamed number one. The part is doubled and then panned left and right almost imperceptibly in the background there. You can hear john. Bonham hit a few notes on a symbol and with one hit of a snare drum into the song.
Adolf Hitler's Rise to Power
"The situation in one thousand nine hundred ninety s germany was dire. the country had lost world war one. Their economy was tatters. German rule over its global colonies was no longer and many of their citizens had lost loved ones in the war. The desperate conditions pave the way for young and hungry political figure named adolf hitler in nineteen twenty one. He became the leader of a fringe group. Known as the nationalist socialist german workers party better known as the nazis. They wanted to rebuild germany and make it the superpower at once was regardless of the cost on november eighth nineteen twenty. Three hitler organized a rally of thousands of people outside. Munich's largest beer hall. He gave a rousing speech about his plans to save their fatherland. He urged his followers to start a revolution invade a political rally. Going on inside the hall then. He ordered them to take over political buildings around the city. The crowd was so moved by his message that they followed his instructions immediately. People began marching through the streets of munich. They tried breaking into various government buildings but were stopped by the police. Sixteen of hitler's early followers were killed during the riots. Hitler was later tried for high treason and eventually jailed for the uprising. The event made national headlines and it was coined the beer hall putsch. It gave hitler the attention he needed to spread his ideas to a wider audience. In when he was released less than nine months later he leveraged this new following. Maybe he couldn't sees political office but his followers could certainly vote him.
Star Strikers on the Move?
"Thought would be in the show part discussing the possibility of robert. Lemon dos key going to manchester city whether this come from. That's a good question down. I mean let's be delivered of decide if you want you know that. Two years ago he changed agents to pinza harvey because he wanted. I think a move especially to madrid to go. Roads think he be felt that he had done everything that you could buy. Munich won't everything since then he's don't even more by munich including between the incredible record from moolah last season these seasons are just finished. And maybe there's a feeling for he's done or really with violence or maybe with two years left on his contract. A thirty two years of this is a good time to maybe get moved. There's a long way to go. Because i don't think by then go and if your city we know that looking for a trucker we know that on their very amazing shortlist hurricane of course probably earning hauling and rubella von dusky guada- together before by munich and maybe pep would love to be reunited with him
Bragi CEO Nikolaj Hviid on the Next Frontier in Personalization
"Looking back at the time fifteen twenty years ago when we had newspapers of radio and and the way that we consumed if nation was absolutely not personal like dissociation. Boss have fast. I'm flipping through the newspaper at the age of of nokia of having a single app. That does everything like snake. Was the only game you ever needed. So it's a logical process in the missiles space. You have created personal station. You go to google you search for something you'd be presented with outcome you're being presented with us -ment with things might like and the same process what happened for audio obviously so rather than just having snake of course people to have more games more services more steaming soon as more information and they also want to have information. It's always talk radio. They want the information that they really want to hear. I want to hear about by munich. But i'm not the only one wants to hear about by munich. But it's very limited in the predation wants to about by munich. Someone wants the about chelsea. Someone wants to out american football. And which i don't particularly fancy because i just don't get it and i think that's very mutual football sarah south ables bass anyways but but having a personalized information just means that that it becomes more useful to me and and the same same step from newspaper to personalized information on smartphone will happen from talk radio to order bruce implying. Tom
Automatically Generate Your Unit Tests From Scratch With Pynguin
"I'm stefan i'm phd. Student university of pulse. Also small town like two hundred kilometers east of munich. Germany between germany australia the czech republic. I used to do my studies. Their computer science a bachelor master's degree in Doing a phd and the project we are talking about. Tingling is my main research project here. Do you remember how you first got introduced a python. I thought about that actually. I cannot really narrow that down. I played around with it before i started my studies. Which around like twenty ten or something. But i really got introduced it during my bachelor studies usa quite lot. Although our programming experience basically many java background from this talton study curriculum but used pies pizon their lot of finesse started my phd. I focused a lot on and shifted my main focus basically In that area and there's no in terms of the penguin project you mentioned that some of the focus of your current research with your hd program. I'm wondering if you can just give a description about what it is that you're building and some of the story behind how you came on this particular problem space to work through and some of the interesting areas of research that it's uncovering as you go through your program one of the things to note here. Is that my supervisor. Professor gordon fraser. He's an expert in testing software and developed a tool for job of unitas generation. Called every sweet. Some of you might have heard that name somewhere around when you're interested in testing and so we were discussing a lot of opportunities.
Harry Kane Tells Tottenham Hotspur He Wants to Leave
"The news breaking in the uk skysports reporting. Joel's harry kane has told spurs. He wants to leave in the summer. Don he's been confirmed now by by people at the club. The hurricane is now officially handed transfer request but made donna. Livia where he wanted to leave. The cemetery was hoping that the club will go. There could be a quick transfer. Hopefully being all done before the start of the euros which is obviously very ambitious and very optimistic but we intend signs before in what hurricane. We're seeing certain interview saying let's see where i am next season. Let's hear the end of the season. One gonna do next. Those kinds of signs are maybe before i think. He's lost patients in in in waiting for trophies spurs maybe not fitting for everything that is given to the club. The club has giving him back teams around him that could go and win and challenge trophy china's premier league titles and others. He came very close. Many times lost all those finals. And maybe now he felt it was better fame to move away from spurs and continuous carrier. Some words let's money. Let's talk contract yours. How much is he going costs. And who can afford him so hurricanes got three years left on his current contract. Uh spurs he turns. Twenty eight at the end of july and the price is pretty straightforward. I think he's one hundred and fifty million pounds. This is why it is the problem our weekend and his agent with harvey's right don't want to send to any other english clubs no rival clubs the only idea for them if they were to go and it's someone could pay. That fee will be only to a foreign club and again abrode. There's not many clubs right now. We can afford became the g. Probably one of them. I guess by an munich you really wanted to. But now we live on skiing team run madrid if they can get the money together maybe one. Oh wait for erling haaland for example. Don't have the money for sure right now. So options are limited outside of the uk and in the uk. We know that she made contacts with hurricanes agent. But it could be. A problem is i. Don't want to sent to them.
Germany Commemorates Icon of Resistance to Nazism
"Germany is commemorating the hundredth birthday of Sophie Scholl a young woman who became an icon for her role in the anti fascist White Rose resistance group show on all the group members were arrested in nineteen forty three off to scattering leaflets critical of Adolf Hitler's regime and the wall from a balcony at the university of Munich she and her brother Heinz well executed four days later after refusing to apologize the group's story including the shoals siblings gradual awareness and then rejection of the horrors of national socialist ideology and militarism has become a staple of history lessons in German schools is being vaguely dramatizing films plays and even an Instagram account I'm Charles the past month
"munich" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"munich" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"munich" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time
"PSG. Lokomotiv Moscow. Istanbul. Shaquir I always Bush's name Savia. Liverpool. Event is. Bruce Dortmund. Marseille. Porto. I ex. Real Madrid. Man City. Inter Milan. Rb Leipzig. Ren. Clipper Ruge. Barcelona. Interest United. ATLANTA. Bruce Minton, Gladbach Zenit, Saint Petersburg, and Chuck Todd uunet. Now, all the teams that are going to qualifying right now eventually, they will make it to the group stage as well. So this list will be expanded. Right now, the draw for the group stage is going to be on October first. Which I think is a little bit later than normal last year it was in. The twenty third or something of September. But now everything's pushback with covid. So The draw for that will be on October first and not just last year I will do a special episode for the draw for the Champions League. All right. So moving onto the other European competition, the CIA or excuse me that you wrote a League group stage. So we got the teams that have qualified for that. We got Villarreal. Napoli Lille. Antwerp Wolfsburg A, C., Real Sociedad. Brahma. Niece. Zoya Luhansk. Sparta Prague. Arsenal by liberals and. CSKA. Moscow. CBA Spore Lesser City. Often Heim. Braga and Feyenoord, and it's the same thing you know teams will be Qualifying. Through the playoffs to get into the group stage and just like last year just like with the Champions League I will do a special episode just about the rope group stage after the draw. Up. The draws on. October. Second. So I'll probably do both shows combined into one. Maybe. Not each individually. Yeah. I'll do each individual like I did last year. So WanNa be on the I want to be on the second. So I think that we got to hear me three times. Yeah. But one thing that's crazy is. The champions. League. Final today, but also earlier today. League. The French league had their first match day. Of the season. So actually had some other European football for the twenty, twenty, twenty, twenty, one season, which is really hard to say twenty, twenty, twenty, twenty, one season..
"munich" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time
"Happy Sunday. Rob Yes I'm recording this date earlier the normal. But mainly only because of the. The Champions League final. Figured I'd do today while the game was still fresh in my head. I watched the entire game. Wasn't the best game in the world. It wasn't terrible but it wasn't Wasn't as good as I thought, it would be. First of all I hope everybody you know had to save weekend hoping guys doing well. Hopefully, to watch games I know. And then get to watch any like San Antonio was like the local team here they played the US L. didn't get to watch any of their games but I did like I said, watch the entire Champions League final today. Between PSG and Byron You know I've talked on the podcast many times about how I must to guard supporter. And I do not I don't like Biron at all. The Post to many of our players, they do to a lot of teams but The. Players plus you know. I'm just as dugard support can't support anything with Byron But yeah. So the first for the Championship final, the first twenty minutes that game was boring, you could just tell they're both teams are kind of figuring out see how the other team was gonNA play. You know Bobby. had. A couple of decent chances. So the Dowse Ski. He actually had one early I. Think it was like twenty minutes from something where he hit the post and I thought right than thought the game was over. They both had some pretty decent chances in the first half and then. Second Half Kings Komen. you know he scores a goal ended up being winner only goal the match. He scored against his former team. PSG So. Yeah was a decent match not going to say it wasn't good. You know. PSG, didn't have a they didn't do too well like I'm possession seem like they couldn't really get a hold of the ball or maintain possession the ball..
"munich" Discussed on The Lead
"Surfer Thomas Miller has been at the heart of this buyer Munich team and really the heart of the club for more than a decade now I could you just describe what he's like as a person? ? Is Very funny or anything all I have time I have time and then me the road runner they have to by roadrunner cancer had the steal ball doesn't always come across in English, because , it's very difficult for humans to translate well but he is very funny in minutes I ever show with A. . TV team, , I say completed. . No Fun. . Is. Very . intelligent straightforward I think he has good sense of what it is. . That makes a team successful. . Thank you for the mets trophy. . But I think we have <hes>. . Maybe twelve or fifteen players. . That deserves the trophy as well. . We worked so hard. . We work with and I think on top of that. . He personifies what it means to be a bavarian. . You know buying is the German word for that area just very wealthy very beautiful. . It is the stereotypical. . Germany for most foreigners who we think of deer think of people lederhosen people sometimes look down on these guys lederhosen their beer as being slightly simpleton maybe a little bit argument and and Brash Ovens. . But for for Bavarians, , it is a sense of pride after the training session the stars took part in the traditional power Lana Lederhosen photo shoot. . And when you combine that with buying as a football institution who play on that heightened sense of Bavarian, , he think represents those contradictions but also the the bland and the combination of these things in a way that no other bind player does at the moment. . And in terms of soccer. . I have to say Thomas. . Miller is one of the strangest players I've ever seen. . Can you explain what makes him so unusual he is strange because he holds a really important position for one of the best teams in the world without being necessary obviously a gifted player. . Because of his spindly legs and this upright running frame and this, , he looks like a middle distance runner than a footballer I try not to be that muscular than my teammates because <hes>. . Less weight on my bones, , his less injury, , and that's my secret. . It just don't see the the beauty elegance to so even the power the most played at this level brain and there's always something ungainly love it awkward about the way he and controls the ball he likes to Shin The ball router. . Hindi cleanly speak about jumped all the time. . Is Elite. . I think once said that he's the best worst player in the world. . I once thought that you know he was playing with a white t-shirt underneath his shirt poking out as some kind of wife beater show underneath and maybe I was imagine it almost got the sense that he was doing it on purpose to just give the impression that this is just this random guys just walked onto the pitch and he can't possibly be any good and opponents look thinking. . Who is this guy and then twenty minutes later he's got two goals against them. . So I think he's perfected that sleight of hand and is quite happy that people still think he's somehow know a good player and I think it takes you quite a bit of time and and different viewpoint to understand what it is yet she brings to the team and I tried to explain that my my biggest quality is maybe. . The game without ball because in this time we had his game is all based on on movement on ideas on the interpretation of space as he wants himself, , put it. . So eloquently than my qualities to do to get in the right space to the right time. . Maybe. . Space Interpreter. . But what does is so incredibly effective it's much easier to understand why successive bind coaches have founded absolutely necessary to make him keep playing a key position and also why successive coaches who haven't been able to see the beauty of mirrors game. . F-. . Often found themselves fired will speaking of that last season under Niko Kovac Thomas Miller spent a lot of time on the bench way is that I think you could call it just didn't understand what was the devil was doing for. . Him <hes> Kovachev, , slightly more reactive systems more defensive system. . He often played with three midfielders and three attackers. . So middle often found themselves very far away from goal. . So you really losing the best attributes familiar plane in that position and eventually <unk> almost but I have of applies knows wide positions and if anything I will use them as a backup for the doc- through the middle is mistake was to say that to Miller you you're my backup option which didn't go down well. . And because the results were bad because you know unhappy million addressing is not not a good thing. . It all add it to the reasons he coach was eventually fired many. . He mishandled Muna mishandled the team N.. . Misunderstood I think the the real importance of murder which now has become apparent when small. .
"munich" Discussed on KTOK
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"munich" Discussed on World News Analysis
"End up culpable where this treaty advance instead of parts off the national nuclear disarmament and anti laze in now, the United States that usually the athletes. If your pretend to been good into the rush is nice. But we know this part of the national new there. Jimmy claps becomes member of very quickly fat. It's actually. The of Russia and declaring playing ounce and can well Cho's escalation of international you're on strike. Yes. Then they just have to cough, any activity, binding obligation. Then where party there live here. Misao saying h checked that also well China spot is some sort of a very very profitable. So then I see. What y'all in front of this is valley? A pot house national just all. Thanks. We're gonna take short break here in the next segment. We'll continue our discussions about this year's Munich security conference. You're listening to today. Stay with us. I am on Koch idea. I teach at the university in today has organized its programs, and it says on bringing in a lot of views from all over. It is an extremely good platform for information and analysis, and I wish should all success in the future. What come back? You're listening to today where discussing this year's Munich security conference. Join us is to funk professor with Nanjing university. And Joe high a research fellow with the Chinese Academy of social sciences. So Dr John turning back to you. Let's pick up from the before the break talking about this treaty. We heard a tendency that bringing China into the discussion like the United States says one reason of it quitting the IMF treaty. Is that they believe China should be part of it. And also this year, we heard German Chancellor Anglo Mirko at the conference. Also talk about this and Ayn return to Chinese side says a supposed to the multilateralisation of the IMF treaty. So doctor always affair to drag China into the treaty. And also what kind of role has China been playing in the realm of non-proliferation? Well, of course, it's fair to bring China into this whole vast. But. Before we talk about that. I think the current policy coming out exactly one year ago when you look at the report published by the department of defense of the United States the nuclear posturing, so in that report, basically states says because the Soviet the Russia government is breaking the NF therefore giving them an excuse to withdraw from NF, and because China is developing is strategic weapons in a very rapid speed. The US also need to counter China's rice. So basically, the US is trying to find excuses to break away from the current arrangement that is basically establish the during the Cold War still until today, if you look at the world only the United States and Russia, these two countries have the overwhelming nuclear capacity that can destroy the world they have thousands of nuclear warheads, and they have thousands of missiles. And the I n f is designed specifically to safeguard the security of Europe Europe continent to stop the the former Soviet Union today Russia from threatening western eastern and western European countries..
"munich" Discussed on Hostage
"The Munich hostage crisis and massacre had reverberations for decades to follow the Germans abject failure in both hostage negotiations and anti-terrorism served as a harsh wake-up call for the rest of the world. Alright vaguer dentures aide decamp promptly founded Germany's elite anti-terror unit learning from the lessons of September fifth nineteen seventy-two the lessons he and others. Learn showed how the Bavarian officials did almost everything wrong from the beginning of the negotiation process from not securing the area to not having a designated gauche eater to making the hostage-takers feel isolated and intake the violent outcome. Also said a standard to avoid for hostage negotiations around the world. Now, the use of force is avoided at almost all costs. As experts recognized the high likelihood that the hostages will become collateral damage the world. Also realized that ideological terrorists needed to be handled in a different way from other terrorist and hostage hostage-takers the Israeli government chose to respond by spending the next few decades chasing down the surviving terrorists. And anyone else involved with Black September who could have had a hand. In planning. The raid, though, it's worth noting that they didn't entirely succeed and seem to have assassinated a few people who had nothing to do with the incident or Black September Israel also came down even harder on the Palestinian Arabs, believing that if the people were punished that would discourage others from joining black September's fight these attacks from the Israelis had the opposite effect instead of discouraging Palestinian Arabs from fighting against the Israelis, the retribution actually radicalized more young people, but Black September itself petered out within a few years of the Munich massacre despite devastating loss of life blacks. Member achieved its goal of making the world aware of the Palestinians plight now that people were paying attention. The Black September leaders felt there was far less need for dramatic attacks. And the PLO would be better served through dialogue and diplomacy. As for the families of both the murdered Isreaeli athletes and the slain terrorists, they all just want peace. They feel there's been enough bloodshed. And while forgiveness is hard for the children of some of the Israeli athletes. They all want to be able to move forward to a less violent more understanding future for Israel and Palestine..
"munich" Discussed on Hostage
"The scariest monsters are those hiding inside our own minds. Now back to the story. While Andre Spitzer was hurrying back to Munich to meet his teammates, the Black September commandos were finally putting their plan into action two weeks prior to members of the organization had landed at Cologne airport posing as an Arabic businessman and his wife. They were traveling with four bulging suitcases when a customs officer stopped them and asked them to open their bags the man proclaimed his outrage at the insult finally he agreed the suitcase that the officer asked him to open was full of women's lingerie. The couple was allowed into Germany had the officer asked the man to open any other bag. He would have found all the weapons for the attack eight machine guns, ten grenades and a veritable armory of bullets the couple then met up with Black September leader, Ali and the. Three of them trove to Munich, they stash the suitcases in lockers at the Munich central train station, then dropped the keys at a nearby hotel. Where the leaders of the mission could pick them up you saw. And Tony the two leaders of the mission had been in Germany for some time. He saw had managed to get a job as an engineer at the Olympic village while Tony had gotten a job there as a cook this meant they were able to explore pretty freely and copy any necessary keys by the time. They were ready to carry out the attack the two of them knew the villages lay out traffic patterns and security protocols like the back of their hands, and what they discovered what the world discovered was that the Munich Olympics were different. It was nineteen seventy two less than thirty years after the end of World War Two and thirty six years after the nineteen thirty six Olympics in Berlin which hit. Hitler had used as a terrifying celebration of Nazi Germany, the capitalist democratic west Germans were determined to prove that the horrific past was behind them. And that west Germany was a welcoming peaceful happy place they declared the nineteen seventy two Olympics. The games of peace enjoy and they threw open their doors to the world. And for the most part it worked all kinds of people from all around the world flock to Munich in friendliness was on overdrive. Athletic records were set that lasted for decades and athletes were able to bridge the divides and stereotypes that were haunting the world through the Cold War, Vietnam war, and others, one of the most important things to the Germans was that all traces of Nazi militarism and authoritarianism erased from the world's view of Germany, this meant, no guns. Imagine how it would've looked. To have thousands of uniformed guards carrying machine guns standing at attention throughout Munich, just decades after the Nazis had invaded large swaths of Europe and murdered millions of people. So the German Olympic committee decided it would be better to cut down on armed security. They dressed the security officers in stylish, light blue uniforms and took away their weapons the guards would be a constant presence. But a friendly one there to keep an eye on things and enforce the rules. But in the Olympic village, even the rules were barely enforced just as Andre Spitzer's wife could come and go from the teams apartments without a problem. Most of the athletes regularly stayed out way past the villages curfew in order to make the most of Munich's famous beer halls clamoring over the villages fences with fellow athletes while the security guards looked the other way became a popular pastime. Once ISA and Tony had scoped out the Olympic village and finalize preparations for the attack..
"munich" Discussed on Hostage
"This is our first episode on the kidnapping of eleven members of the Israeli Olympic team by Black September at the nineteen seventy two Munich Olympics. An event known as the Munich massacre in the early hours of September fifth nineteen seventy-two eleven Israeli. Athletes coaches and Olympic officials were held hostage by eight commandos from the Palestinian terrorist group known as Black September the standoff lasted for nearly twenty four hours. It brought the Olympics to a halt and focused the world's attention both on the capital of the German state of Bavaria and on the Palestinian Revolutionary Movement. One of the first modern ideological terrorist attacks the kidnapping and response had repercussions for the next half century this week will look at the Israeli Olympic team Black September in the Palestine Liberation Organization and the dramatic events surrounding the initial kidnapping next week in part to we'll track the negotiations that took place between the hostage takers and the Munich police along with the Bavarian west German and Isreaeli governments will also Dell. Well into the psychology of a long sleepless hostage situation and will explore how a delicate political situation was partially responsible for the mistakes that ultimately led to a tragic ending. The Israeli Olympic delegation new from the moment their attackers opened the door that the men were Arabic, but the athletes weren't political men. So they may not have realized just what being taken hostage by Black September meant shadowy organisation, Black September burst onto the international scene less than a year prior to the Munich Olympics in that time the group had perpetrated a number of attacks designed to raise the profile of the plight of the Palestinian Arabs. And take revenge on those deemed enemies of the Palestinian people. The group was able to be so effective so quickly because blacks timber didn't just appear out of thin air. It was in fact, an unofficial branch of fought Tom Yasser Arafat's Palestinian revolutionary group, which was itself under the umbrella of the Palestine Liberation Organization or the P L O. Yes. The politics of the Palestinian Liberation groups were complicated in the nineteen sixties and seventies. But their history went back to the origins of the modern Israel Palestine conflict. The modern Isreaeli Palestinian conflict didn't start with Israel's founding as a country in nineteen forty eight. It started in the late eighteen hundreds with the influx of European Jewish nationalists known as nests who dreamed of founding.