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Should Abortion Be Allowed up to the Detection of a Hartbeat?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Should Abortion Be Allowed up to the Detection of a Hartbeat?

"So I can open up some more lines. So Daniel in Kentucky should abortions be okay up to when heartbeat is detectable. I would be willing to allow for that. I'm willing to compromise in the issue under the rubric of the guy guiding principle that I mentioned earlier that when you've grabbed everything you've grabbed too much. You end up with nothing. I want the society to make a statement to every one of its citizens. Like Belgium, like the Netherlands, like Denmark, like Sweden, like Finland, like Germany, like France, we actually believe that while you're carrying as a human.

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Prince Harry, Meghan make surprise visit to queen at Windsor

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Prince Harry, Meghan make surprise visit to queen at Windsor

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Russian diplomats told to leave Western Europe

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Russian diplomats told to leave Western Europe

"Russian diplomats in Europe have been told to leave the Dutch and Belgian governments have announced they are expelling a total of thirty eight Russian diplomats the latest European nations to announce such expulsions Putin last week expelled forty five whom the government identified as intelligence officers using their diplomatic status as cover to operate in the country while the Netherlands said it was expanding seventeen Russians accredited US diplomats but you were actually more intelligence offices Germany's foreign ministry says it's prepared for retaliation from Moscow I'm Charles that's my

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Missing In Action (MM #3996)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Missing In Action (MM #3996)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, our family trees are fascinating things. The other day my mom let me know that she'd been contacted by a representative of an organization that's helping the U.S. government, trying to track down the survivors of people listed missing in action from a previous wars. I had a great uncle who was missing in action in World War II in the Netherlands in 1945, nothing ever been found, nothing ever been heard of, and well, I heard the name years ago, but because he was gone long before I was born, it didn't mean anything. And of course, most of the people alive during his time in my family, they're all gone. My mother was almost 6 years old when he was listed as missing in action, but they've reached out to my mother and her sister to try to track down DNA information because they find from the female lineage of a family. You get better DNA matching results. What they hope if they ever find him or any of the other thousands of missing in action soldiers from World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam, they'll have a database being able to keep track of them. I haven't really thought about my great uncle clarence. He was gone long before I was here. But who knows? Maybe we'll find out what his final resting place was.

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Missing In Action (MM #3996)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Missing In Action (MM #3996)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, our family trees are fascinating things. The other day my mom let me know that she'd been contacted by a representative of an organization that's helping the U.S. government, trying to track down the survivors of people listed missing in action from a previous wars. I had a great uncle who was missing in action in World War II in the Netherlands in 1945, nothing ever been found, nothing ever been heard of, and well, I heard the name years ago, but because he was gone long before I was born, it didn't mean anything. And of course, most of the people alive during his time in my family, they're all gone. My mother was almost 6 years old when he was listed as missing in action, but they've reached out to my mother and her sister to try to track down DNA information because they find from the female lineage of a family. You get better DNA matching results. What they hope if they ever find him or any of the other thousands of missing in action soldiers from World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam, they'll have a database being able to keep track of them. I haven't really thought about my great uncle clarence. He was gone long before I was here. But who knows? Maybe we'll find out what his final resting place was.

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Missing In Action (MM #3996)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Missing In Action (MM #3996)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, our family trees are fascinating things. The other day my mom let me know that she'd been contacted by a representative of an organization that's helping the U.S. government, trying to track down the survivors of people listed missing in action from a previous wars. I had a great uncle who was missing in action in World War II in the Netherlands in 1945, nothing ever been found, nothing ever been heard of, and well, I heard the name years ago, but because he was gone long before I was born, it didn't mean anything. And of course, most of the people alive during his time in my family, they're all gone. My mother was almost 6 years old when he was listed as missing in action, but they've reached out to my mother and her sister to try to track down DNA information because they find from the female lineage of a family. You get better DNA matching results. What they hope if they ever find him or any of the other thousands of missing in action soldiers from World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam, they'll have a database being able to keep track of them. I haven't really thought about my great uncle clarence. He was gone long before I was here. But who knows? Maybe we'll find out what his final resting place was.

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Missing In Action (MM #3996)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Missing In Action (MM #3996)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, our family trees are fascinating things. The other day my mom let me know that she'd been contacted by a representative of an organization that's helping the U.S. government, trying to track down the survivors of people listed missing in action from a previous wars. I had a great uncle who was missing in action in World War II in the Netherlands in 1945, nothing ever been found, nothing ever been heard of, and well, I heard the name years ago, but because he was gone long before I was born, it didn't mean anything. And of course, most of the people alive during his time in my family, they're all gone. My mother was almost 6 years old when he was listed as missing in action, but they've reached out to my mother and her sister to try to track down DNA information because they find from the female lineage of a family. You get better DNA matching results. What they hope if they ever find him or any of the other thousands of missing in action soldiers from World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam, they'll have a database being able to keep track of them. I haven't really thought about my great uncle clarence. He was gone long before I was here. But who knows? Maybe we'll find out what his final resting place was.

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Police arrest protesters that remained at US-Canada bridge

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Police arrest protesters that remained at US-Canada bridge

"Canadian police clear an arrest the remaining protesters near the busiest border crossing to the U. S. early Sunday your occurs protest going on for a week against covert restrictions on vaccine mandates in Canada shutting down the ambassador bridge linking Detroit and Windsor Ontario to cargo and trade especially auto parts forcing US car manufacturers to shut down or reduce production many of the protesters and their trucks that blocked the bridge drove away over the weekend rather than face police who came out in force elsewhere in the country like auto or demonstrations continued and that sentiment against vaccine mandates in covert restrictions inspired convoys in France New Zealand and the Netherlands U. S. authorities warning it could happen here I'm

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The European Union and Their Disregard for Liberty

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

The European Union and Their Disregard for Liberty

"So it's really put the pressure on the European. Police states. Austria, the Netherlands, France now you know why Britain left the European Union? Because the European Union doesn't give a damn about liberty. That's why. The entire edifice of the European Union is led by Germany and France and remember my old saw I have a lot of rules of understanding life. Germany is always wrong. That's it. When you know that you understand 50% of what you need to know about European history and Europe today.

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Dr. Zelenko on the Latest Developments With Omicron

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Zelenko on the Latest Developments With Omicron

"Doctor zelenko is here back by popular demand in the Charlie Kirk show doctor. How are you doing? I'm doing great. How are you? Very good. Thank you, and thank you for joining us. There's so much I want to get into. Let's just start with since the last time we talked, amaran has come onto the scene. What are you seeing in your patients? What do you believe on Macron is? And do you think there's anything to the argument that this might have been developed in a lab as a form of a vaccine through natural transmission? Do you think there's any truth to that? So first of all, all Macron is unstoppable. It's more infectious than measles. Everyone will get it. And it's also not dangerous. It attacks the upper airway. In most cases, it doesn't touch a lower airway. And so you'll get a cold. So it really is in dangerous. Regarding the origin of variants, you have to look at it and three possibilities. One is that it's a natural process. Let's say God is causing it because viruses have a natural mutation rate. It helps them adapt and survive. Look man figure who won the Nobel Prize. Finally HIV in 2008, doctor suffered badly who is the most published imminent immunologist in the history of the field. And that the men involved one of the top immunologists from Netherlands. They all said the following that if you vaccinate people during active pandemic, you breathe

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As omicron spreads, Europe scrambles to shore up health care

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

As omicron spreads, Europe scrambles to shore up health care

"The the issues issues across across Europe Europe the the scrambling scrambling to to prop prop up up health health systems systems straight straight by by stock stock shortages shortages label label new new highly highly transmissible transmissible only only chrome chrome variant variant of of the the coronavirus coronavirus troops troops to to be be deployed deployed to to London London hospitals hospitals health health care care workers workers infected infected with with Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen a a treating treating patients patients in in France France the the Netherlands Netherlands is is on on to to a a lockdown lockdown and and ten ten to to two two field field hospitals hospitals have have gone gone up up in in Sicily Sicily the the medical medical director director of of Britain's Britain's National National Health Health Service Service says says the the wave wave of of infections infections crashing crashing over over the the continent continent as as overcome overcome spreads spreads means means more more patients patients to to treat treat the the fewest fewest off off to to treat treat them them the the head head of of a a hospital hospital doctors doctors association association in in Naples Naples Italy Italy says says the the situation situation is is critical critical much much worse worse than than what what it it appears appears I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor that's that's my my

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Dutch Told Not to Hug Grandchildren This Christmas

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:44 min | 5 months ago

Dutch Told Not to Hug Grandchildren This Christmas

"Christmas has been canceled in Netherlands with the Dutch prime minister telling the public they can not cuddle their grandchildren prime minister Mark rutte has told the Dutch public that there would be no cuddling the grandkids this Christmas. After the government effectively canceled Christmas. Lockdown restrictions in the country were extended by the government on Tuesday. And are now only set to expire after the holidays on January 14th. I should have Ava on the fantastic young Dutch woman I met in Hungary. Let's have her on next week. According to the telegraph, the extended measures include the so called avant avant lockdown, or evening lockdown. Oh, oven. It's opened in German, very similar languages. Which forces restaurants cafes and non-essential retail, to close between 5 p.m. and 5 a.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. how a restaurant is going to survive in the Netherlands. Wow. This reveals the decline of the west more. Vividly than anything in my lifetime. The wimps that have been made, the fools that governed. The weakness, the non concerned with liberty, the non concern with the little guy.

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Tucker Carlson Blames Fauci, McConnell, Age for Loss of Freedoms

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:15 min | 5 months ago

Tucker Carlson Blames Fauci, McConnell, Age for Loss of Freedoms

"To Tucker Carlson. And he was in vain against the lack of freedom and the acceptance of it in America and in the west. That you can't he reported I was going to say that you can't fly in Canada if you're not vaccinated. These are unprecedented deprivations of liberty, unprecedented. And in the Netherlands, military took a guy off or police took a guy off a plane. It wasn't clear to me, he didn't have COVID, but they saw that he might get COVID. And the amazing thing is I completely believe the story and anything is possible today, the Netherlands is locking down like Austria. But what I want to comment on is I disagree with Tucker who is a courageous thoughtful man. The fact that I listened to him regularly is about as high a recommendation as I can give. But he had an interesting take that it was the ages of these people running the country from a Fauci to Biden to McConnell that is a big part of the reason that they don't give a damn about young people. Who they are crushing with these policies. First of all, I don't know why McConnell was thrown in. I know he doesn't like it. Oh my God, hold it. I haven't heard senator McConnell endorsed lockdown. And children are wearing masks and sitting outside in The Rain, having lunch. But the whole thesis is incorrect. It has nothing to do with age. Nothing. I would be more than happy too much knowledge it, because I am happy to acknowledge truth. It has nothing to do with age. Is Gavin Newsom old? Are all these bears and governors old? They're all young to middle age.

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Omicron was in Netherlands days earlier than first thought

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Omicron was in Netherlands days earlier than first thought

"That's that's helpful helpful for for to to say say the the over over corn corn variant variant was was already already in in the the Netherlands Netherlands when when South South Africa Africa alerted alerted the the World World Health Health Organization Organization about about it it last last week week the the news news adds adds the the fear fear and and confusion confusion over over the the new new version version of of the the corona corona virus virus in in a a weary weary world world hoping hoping it it left left the the worst worst of of the the pandemic pandemic behind behind the the Netherlands Netherlands is is all all IBM IBM health health institute institute has has found found only only calm calm in in some some polls polls dating dating from from November November the the nineteenth nineteenth to to the the twenty twenty third third the the WHO's WHO's says says South South Africa Africa first first reported reported the the variant variant on on November November twenty twenty fourth fourth it it remains remains unclear unclear whether whether that that will will win win the the variant variant first first emerged emerged but but that that hasn't hasn't stopped stopped wary wary nations nations from from rushing rushing to to impose impose travel travel restrictions restrictions especially especially on on visitors visitors coming coming from from southern southern Africa Africa I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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'Orgy of violence': Dutch police open fire on rioters

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

'Orgy of violence': Dutch police open fire on rioters

"Bryant's have adopted in the Dutch city of Rotterdam around a demonstration of coronavirus restrictions policeman's came outs in fools in downtown brought to them in the Netherlands to try to break up with the city's man cool geo filings rights is cheered as they did hi isn't subtle fireworks at police police responded by opening fire on protesters injuring several people posted on man made up of Thailand told reporters the police drew their weapons to defend themselves a number of police officers were also injured in the violence is others arrested dozens of people the unrest comes at a time when officials want to restrict coronavirus passes to backs in eighty people only I'm Karen Thomas

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At COP26, over 100 countries pledge to end deforestation

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

At COP26, over 100 countries pledge to end deforestation

"A coalition of governments and private funders personals plans to invest one point seven billion dollars to aid indigenous communities are protected by a diverse tropical forests in the next four years governments from the US the UK Norway Germany and the Netherlands and seventeen other private phone does say the money will support activities to secure will strengthen and protect indigenous peoples and local communities land and resource rights I'm provide other kinds of aid including the group activities a spokesperson for the Ford Foundation one of the founders who told the AP the governments are providing approximately one billion while the rest will come from the philanthropies I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Trial to open of alleged killers of Dutch reporter De Vries

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Trial to open of alleged killers of Dutch reporter De Vries

"The trial of two men charged with murder in the killing of Dutch crime reporter Peter R. de Vries who was gunned down in the center of Amsterdam a brazen attack that sent shockwaves through the Netherlands has opened Dutch police say the suspected gunman is a twenty one year old Dutch man a thirty five year old Polish man is accused of being the getaway driver they both were arrested shortly after devries was shot in the sixth of July on an Amsterdam street after making one of his regular appearances on a Dutch television show he died nine days later the preliminary hearing out of Salem District Court will not evaluate evidence in the case but is expected to hear a summary of the investigation so far and possible request for further investigations from the suspects know where the shooting sparked an outpouring of grief and condemnation in the Netherlands I'm serious Shockley

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New plant in Germany aims to cut flying's carbon footprint

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

New plant in Germany aims to cut flying's carbon footprint

"German officials have unveiled what they say is the world's first commercial cloned for making some critical kerosene touted as a climate friendly fuel of the future the facility near Germany's northwestern border with the Netherlands will use water and electricity from fort nearby wind farms to produce hydrogen in a century old process the hydrogen is combined with carbon dioxide to make a crude oil which can then be refined into jet fuel the resulting synthetic kerosene releases only as much CO two into the atmosphere as was previously removed to produce the fuel making it carbon neutral aviation currently accounts for about two point five percent of worldwide emissions of carbon dioxide a greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming I'm Charles the last month

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"netherland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:59 min | 9 months ago

"netherland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"South of lima has launched several natural wines that vary in color from sort of clear reds and rose as to what they've called the sophia loren jr inspired by actress official and the rule free from pesticides. The wine that i'm yet to taste myself is actually served at central restaurant. The time mentioned but something really new for this part of the continent peruvian wine what next galapagos sharply but yes and then also looking to uruguay where i am in my come as a surprise to some listeners but uruguay is a real trailblazer when it comes to high quality wines argentina and chile of course are the ones would big scale production but vignon like got song along the eastern coast here which is entirely sustainable. And where chef francaise melman has. A restaurant have really helped to reposition the country internationally with award-winning bottles. And now actually. All eyes are on china. Uruguay already exports pretty much. Half of audits beef to china primarily very expensive cuts. And so they're now hoping that. Why might be another area to showcase near the chinese where aware in recent years have become big fans of cabin as of champagne as well as other western goods like olive oil. That uruguay produces locally. So so there's a real push from the government here and already on tuesday. The president the kaiapo announced a preliminary outline of a possible. Free trade agreement with china. So you can see the links between the two countries strengthening. It sounds like there is so much happening when it comes to the wine industry in latin america. What do you expect from the future then. Obviously as you mentioned we have the idea that argentina and chile are the countries where the wind comes from. But that's idea may be quite old fashioned soon. Yeah i mean. I think particularly uruguay with this possible. Free trade agreement with china it's really rattling neighbors. And the big wine producers like argentina who make up the medical suit trade block and they don't really like that little uruguay sort of make news outside the club and oversee argentina argentina's going through an extreme economic downturn and they've got a lot of restrictions in terms of what they can export so i think we could see a shift here and particularly in this sort of the tastes and what's on offer. What's interesting about uruguay is they produce wines like albany new. For example that i'm told is sold in all sorts of decent wine shops and in london in some power no and in bigger cities in the united states. These quite specialist wines and really raising the level of what's offered less likely chilean's particularly that have this quite sort of mass produced wine that we find in the knights of sainsbury's fernando about your country brazil. What do you think about the winds coming from there. You have white industry. We do we do. Have i mean it's growing of course doesn't compare to the chilean or the argentine one. But you know eighties grow in one. Interesting thing marcus. There's been a new study. Finally we're having this type of studies because finally we're having quite a lot of consumption of wine last year. Was i think the best year in terms of brazilian drinking wine ever. I don't know if it was the quarantine lockdowns but there. Every time i go back to some power. There's more and more wine bars. You just noticed that. In the past to be honest. Brazilian wine had a terrible reputation..

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"netherland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

04:57 min | 9 months ago

"netherland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"With the menu and monocle twenty four this week instead of the usual quick roundup of headlines from around the world we focus on what's happening in the food drink and hospitality sector in latin america and for this. I'm joined by a super duo. Monaco's lesson correspondent. Lucy into aliens is in montevideo and here at midori. House studio one. I'm joined by our senior. Culture correspondent felton onto our shaker. Who as you probably know by now hails from brazil. Welcome to the program. Let's start with you. We have some big news from latin america. The latest person to win the title of the world's best female chef hails from perreault yes. Fifty best restaurants has awarded their female rides to peruvian. Jack leon she runs lima's koya and is the co owner of central which she runs with her husband for at least a decade. Now that restaurants been recognized by all sorts of international foods and her first solo. Endeavor is what really got her. This year's award. It was three years ago in lima. The set menu. I'm told is all about seasonally. Gradients indigenous flavors foods specific to the andean and amazon regions. And the name. Koi itself is actually taken from a local orange flower that grows at very high altitudes and along with centrale. The restaurants are all about showcasing. Some of peru's lesser-known ingredients and not to what and under might go onto later in the program. How big news do think versus for the country for peru and say for its tourism industry. I think peru has always been a standout in latin america. It's really to lead the charge when it comes to promoting their cuisine. You know you go around now and things like severe so widely available. I understand through the pandemic. Obviously that peru something very badly that they've been restricted in terms of people. Actually going there but i feel that the prize to on really sort of his solidified that as i say for at least a decade now. The country has really stood out in latin america for the next stories from you. And it's funny. That's lucinda mentioned those ingredients. Because next i want to hear about this book you've been looking at. It's a new book about brazilian cooking and brazilian ingredients. It's a very interesting book by writer joyce ago vo and the interesting thing mark because she talks more about some brazilian ingredients that even many brazilians don't know and to be honest. While i was reading having a look at the book many of them i don't know mark 'cause then and so weird because there's a classic example here in the book before christmas brazilians. They go and buy chair is in the supermarket and they can be fairly expensive actually. They're not native but she was saying. You know what we do actually have our own type of sherry groom shurmur. I know it's it's quite taste. Many show i actually didn't know it existed and it is from brazil and and this happened so often there's another one co komatsu which is kind of a brazilian spice apparently tastes like vanilla. But i haven't tried. And i think what i hope for the president kuzina knifing joyce in my agree with me that hopefully those ingredients become a little bit more common nationwide because we even have some restaurants in some paul which they have preceding cuisine ingredients for the amazon. And it's quite expensive is not something. That is the day today kind of food for brazilian. So i think it's an excellent book with so many different things that i had no idea existed. Why do you think it is that people don't seem to know brazilian ingredients that well. Then i'm wondering you know thinking about scandinavia for example where i held from. I would imagine that. I pretty much know what that region has to offer in terms of ingredients..

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"netherland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:10 min | 9 months ago

"netherland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"U. for example. You could have gone to franz. You could have gone to germany. Yeah okay but it's the language it is because english. My english is not that well but for the most people and for me. I i understand almost everything so that's easy. France is a difficult language german. Okay that's also something. That's i have no connection to germany and to london. I've been many times in london and my son lives in london now and transport. Of course it's fifty minutes or to play in four hours to train so that's also really easy if there's no covert koby's let's not talk about co which but tell me about what is like to launch a restaurant in another country. Obviously you know you talk. About how important sustainability for you when you are sourcing seafood and also your want to offer great produce. So what's it like in terms of those logistics to find the right suppliers and the right partners to work with. Well you start at the beginning and go girl them and then you go to places and you ask them for a tour through their business. So i went to i think den wholesale and dr the owner or the managers and i asked him. Can you show me your place. And can we talk about sustainability. How are you working with this. And i started to be that in the end of april and so the off months. I found out who i like to go to work. So that's what we do now. We told them all volumes in atlanta similar restaurant. So i- opd ache and suppliers that but monday. Bank holiday chuck. That was a problem. Gross that's difficult but networks really. Well so i know the onus now from the companies where by from i know him personally yoenis. I'm doing this interview right before. You are about to launch these restaurants it is open. Nobody soft launch. So there's not maybe as many people at the moment that's there will be when you open for real. What kind of situation have yet with stuffing this Different problems rinus. Construction was six seven weeks late so we hyatt stuff for early july and then there was no work for them here. So dave find another job so we had to start over one problem and yet a providence. But we it's not easy to find good stuff here because i think because of brexit lots of dalliance spanish people are back home to get some support from home country. Next sunday some really experienced a chef is coming from saddam over here to train the kitchens to train the service and they stay for a couple of months. That's good it was one of two. Id's that was from before brexit to let them exchange people from london can go for a month or two or three months to them from you. We can bring them to london. But because of brexit again. But that's not the problem now so we fixed something. I don't know what we did. So just finally. What do you have for the future. So no that. You've opened this restaurant in london. What's next in the pipeline. Do you have morph going to other countries. Now that's not really at this moment in the picture. Because i we have to have this working really well and so maybe not on this coming in london but i think if we have a really nice place here we can have nice live ourselves. You can have everything. Organized became come over. We can have far. Elaine chair dinner. And i'm saddam. So i was very good so i have to us from you considering that you have almost thirty years of experience sufficient longer until you are in charge of restaurants when people come here for the first time. What should they order. I tried to find out. I i look young..

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"netherland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:50 min | 9 months ago

"netherland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Of ryan eat with the answer because you can actually not editor for so you have e-trade your aunt. That makes it feel at home like you said the homophobic trends on the table. Now tell me what kind of business lessons can you share with our listeners. Obviously there are many seafood restaurants and buzz around the world but what has made your business so successful. Well that's a question you ask. Shelf ultra many times. But i think to keep the prices good to have the love for the seafood dealer for your teams and be involved everywhere. That's why we have the possibility to open. Maybe ten or twenty because investors are lining up to give money but we do everything ourselves and we like to be involved with our team. I like to note names and we digitize themselves at the rest. I don't know love seafood. I think it's interesting when you mentioned that you want to be involved. Be involved in all aspects of the business. I think there are some people who might accuse you of micromanaging. Yes that's right. They do you totally right. But what do i have to go play golf for something and we have our back office. Who takes gaffe to contracts daycares after legal things and everything so this is hobby for me more. I like it right. Not fair enough. How important is it for you that this place fields starch. I think feel. Dutch is not necessary but the seafood bar feeling and vibe. That's important. That was what we will bring here. But if it's the degraded indus out of dutch. They're famous for their hospitality. And everything so we come from this outta violent near bordeaux of belgium so they know how to eat. They love food and so do we. And that's why we bring all to name. I'm steve i'm in it and the other thing is of course really really. A lot of people from london from uk have been in our restaurants. It's crazy how many people had already interested restaurant off last week. And then they comment. Yesterday there was a guy was walking by. He say see for bra and he asked them so yes. Great pictures sent to my wife. We've been an incident last night. Be at an all the couple. Dancing around seventy dare for the honeymoon or something. Like that day. Rare in i'm saddam have been three days and entry days industry food bar sitting over there and it was just a nice thinks and the recognize me so that was more like oh great. That's amazing. i wanted to watch that. One factor that you took into collins when making the decision where to launch this place. You could have gone somewhere. Maybe a bit easier within the e..

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"netherland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:49 min | 9 months ago

"netherland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Welcome to the menu and monocle. Twenty four am articles hippie in the next half an hour from the netherlands debris soon we visited the seafood bar in london. Soho the first four notes post for the much loved to dutch restaurants group to keep the prices good to have the love for the seafood dealer for your teams and be involved everywhere. That's why the possibility to open maybe ten or twenty also ahead. we have a long look at. What's making news in the latin american food and drink franz fernando. What can we expect today. Marcus oh give you a brief of some very rare brazilian ingredients and also a few news from wine in the region. Thank you for dough. And of course we'll hear edina zone through recommendation to that is all ahead on this edition of the menu here on monocle twenty four. The seafood bar is a dutch family operation with full restaurants across the netherlands. The company has just gone international by launching. Its first restaurant abroad. The new seafood bari's placed in london. Soho offering the same towering seafood pluses. That's brought to the company so much famous home i visited. The restaurants are bitterly to speak to the father of the family. Running the business phones to fisher. He began by explaining how we got into the restaurant. Game after almost thirty years. As a fishmonger well after twenty seven years children growing up and came from university started work themselves and irish fifty. Now you can do to tanks or just go on but that wasn't planned or find not arrive the car younger wife borsch or do something else so my idea was. Let's move to amsterdam. And so i told my wife. Let's move to amsterdam. She was throats. Okay nice so removed from helmet to amsterdam and we sold everything in this out. In months we lived in amsterdam then. But i didn't have enough money to stop working so at think about something else so it took me off year and then i thought okay seafood bar. That will be a nice. Id and then. I started looking for a venue and one in really debate. I think the best neighborhood offense to them outside and era. I started to see for the first one. I built myself totally together with my brother-in-law ducasse three months and then we had a seafood bar like this smaller but similar likeness and be open to restart see for my did go round the world because now here four in the netherlands and now these london restaurant fifth fearful. That's correct. it's fifty one. So i think run restaurant also asked to do because my children came in my daughter studying artificial intelligence and she was ready with that and then she had to wait three months for a new period on another university. She came to me and said. Can i stay with you for three months. Then i help you in. Dc for bar said it's fine. Go over she never left then. My son sold his it company and was going to travel and before he left..

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"netherland" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"netherland" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

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"netherland" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"netherland" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"All three of the islands rather arid succulent such as ella are grown on all the islands and our biggest cash crop the primary language spoken by most people in the abc. Is papa. minto pop. Memento is a creole language. That was derived from portuguese and spanish. But it also has elements of french dutch and english. This is what most people speak at home in everyday life. Most people in abc islands however will also speak dutch and english. Dutch is the administrative. Language and english is taught in schools at a very early age as their island are highly dependent on tourism from the united states about a third of the population. we'll also spanish given their close proximity to south america. I've actually been to all the islands and there are some of the most multi-lingual places on earth. The other three islands are about five to six hundred miles to the northeast of the abc. They are in the leeward islands in the northern part of the lesser antilles. Puppet minto usually isn't spoken on these islands the primary language is english and most people also know some chen. Maybe some french. The main island of saint martin. It makes up the southern half of the island of saint martin with northern part being controlled by france. The legend holds at the border between france. Another netherlands on the island was determined by two people walking from opposite points on the island in where they met. The border was made. Saba st. you status are two islands. That most people aren't as familiar with there aren't very big. They have small populations and they don't get many visitors. Both are located very close to saint martin. In fact on a clear day you can see the islands from each other. Saba is a volcanic island with a population of about one thousand nine hundred people. It's known for its creative names. Island has one main road which is known as the road be capital is at the bottom of a volcanic caldera. And it's called the bottom there's also a settlement on the windward side of the island called windward side. Saba is also the answer to the great trivia question. What point in the netherlands has the highest elevation and the answer is mount scenery. The highest point on saba it also has the shortest commercial airport runway in the world and the flight from saba to saint. Martin is only twelve minutes. Pilots have to be specially trained to fly there. So you stay. She has a great deal of history. It used to be the richest country in the caribbean back. In the eighteenth century it was the first place in the world to recognize independent united states and it was a huge supplier of arms during.

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"netherland" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:43 min | 11 months ago

"netherland" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Start by noting that i was very specific in my word usage in the introduction to this episode i spoke about the kingdom of the netherlands and not simply the netherlands. That's because the kingdom another lund's is a distinct entity from the country of the netherlands to be sure there's a great deal of overlap between the two but they are not technically the same thing. The kingdom of the netherlands is analogous to the united kingdom in so far as the kingdom is made up four different countries to explain how this came about. I i have to give a world wind history of the kingdom of the netherlands. The netherlands was actually a republic before was a kingdom. It gained its independence from spain in sixteen forty nine and declared itself a republic and this was the high period for the dutch trading empire. This was led by dutch east. India company which established small trading colonies all over the world this included trading posts in. What is today. india. Japan taiwan south africa malaysia and vietnam. There was also a dutch west. India company that operated in the americas. The netherlands was conquered by napoleon and he established the netherlands as kingdom with his brother. Louis bonaparte as king in eighteen fifteen after napoleon fell william. The prince of orange proclaimed himself king. Because you can do. That and the modern kingdom of the netherlands was born. The dutch certainly weren't the biggest colonial power in europe but they were colonial power in seventeen ninety nine. The dutch east india company was dissolved in the colony of the dutch. East indies was established by the time of world war two. The dutch empire consisted of the netherlands. The dutch east indies netherlands new guinea suriname and several assorted islands in the caribbean. The dutch east indies became independent in nineteen forty nine and is known today as indonesia. That's a story for another episode. But i will share this fun fact. The indonesian flag can be thought of as the flag of the netherlands with the blue stripe at the bottom ripped off. When the indonesia's were fighting for independence. They would often take down the dutch flag. Tear off the blue stripe and then raise the remaining red and white stripes. Which is their flake today. Indonesia also took control over dutch new guinea antedates..

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"netherland" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"netherland" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Him. Twenty-one we got the ball was false ridiculously soft anymore now. That was the first time i was going to say. I've actually first time eight years. I've be with you and i'm going to send you positions bruce grobbelaar liverpool yes. Goalkeeper would have a ball in his hand and it was a light switch about twenty. Whatever is on five yards away on volley the ball and trying to hit the light switch. And you wouldn't go. Antolin knocked the lights off right address. That was taking all times. Not for him but Hard scale the light. Switch off right homs. In this scenario where he doesn't relate you will because he'll stunned the fifteen minutes ten minutes before you go out and in the end you'll do ladies and gentlemen that brings us to the end of today's show. Thank you very much everyone who has been on. Thank you for your today carried us. Well i think you're been left. I don know he's the man. All right okay. Go valley when you talk about scottish player scoring scotland. I've done up syncing. Hey this bomani joe. Replace your favorite podcasts. Let me tell you why that'll be number two after you listen to three times a week. I'm going to challenge you. Keep up with me as i discuss. Topics from the latest in technology in music and people getting duct. also we'll get the very best analysis of the games and we watched it with the cyclopes level of store connection. Plus we have got a community of guests that you'll feel like are your closest friends in.

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"netherland" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"netherland" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Of women. Always thank you very much. How you feeling don. Yeah i wanna see a difference in We just yeah. Yeah i wanna see different difference in personnel. On the john mcginn plan up top right and adams in the side of i think i've got scott mcdonnell. They might plays a third center off. It's all dependent on whether teeny off. But i think he's gonna make some changes. I thought we were far too. Cautious looked a little bit nervy in the first guy which is understandable. I tournament in a long time. But they've got a gopher against england. They've got to start. Well steve clark said today said we've got to start well now as you're the last person scored the winner against england to them to win tomorrow or do you want him to lose so therefore you can keep the accolade and just continue to ride. That wave question. I want them to win. Yeah i do not being regulars luckily wheeled out every time every everytime scott news las player don get on. The telly be gone really absolutely. Yeah do you think we scotland. We'll get on. How many of those scotland players did you know. Not many that tells you how many in place in this room do. You know this greg looking at it as a tough ask i think the absolute best can get is a point right but i'm not. I'm not seeing the things you might do. Graphics team from so he might put me terminate united. Buckton half said listen anyway. We'll have to two quality players. One of them's not am i right. This is the and roberson liverpool. That's the difference with with scotland. Wales is to please way. Above the level of the others are are much right and romsey. A much warnings. Scotland's two players alive bucks wouldn't wouldn't wouldn't you prefer to see adams and john mccain talk on scotland because if you're trying to away where they can a against england the to sent in the box for quick not the best in the world remains and johnston's so if you mcginn shay addams us absolutely rapid ganga get yourself on johnstone's burn off the buck of him. What happened the last time. England and scotland in the european championships. Skim craig came on as a sub in that game the first game..

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"netherland" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"netherland" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The picci's very calm. Pablo calcutta breitbart law game was on care and i think the caucus probably affected more than the demo plaza lots of emotion on him. Rot so these these teammate. Intimate kushner erickson delay played the game. Houshold hudson fitness coming off the bench towards the end. But this is brilliant most players head down the checks peripheral vision to his left hand side two brothers then combined and this is a sweet strike no fault the goal. I thought might be when i seen it first time. I thought how smart will be beat from there but when you see the hits it's so pure it's so true later as well right in the same spot you know. The the yeah. Let's not but did you know that was in the same spot. Electric sharks and fell. Yes so whether we realized that the way went over that the broncos so very very common you exactly what he was doing. I think you know from belgians perspective. What did was so in the fall. You can agree. You can in the first. Half cocker was directly against balking in and it was a fight and he wasn't getting much support a half time because then don't normally play with a buck three nomenclature play with a bite before but he changed it and what he did was he took off mountains. Caracal waiting aleph lukaku during the right. And he brought the broin and then just played them a little deeper and he said well if you wanna step at impeccable debroy you can but then not leave a space so the brian was then able to get an all these possessions possessions in any wood floor about as well so credits say roberto martinez. He realized that wasn't working as normal. Three four three and he made some changes. And obviously if you can bring a few can bring on a half. The broin for eden is out and they complete the trouble of eligib- defensively. Jason is not the best player on the ball. He's he's the middle man the to either side of him quite slow for tongan and aldebaran so mullen exploited that they knew they didn't want to be pulled into wide positions. And i really struggled if i said to you. What's the brian. His best possession of this. He played what would you say because he just floats around the best part of this. Is that the brain can go anywhere you want and this is what is your value. No having lukaku was a first strike. You know fighting with the with the with the defense And given that freedom that it can join every situation that he wants the t- filled. This is the best for my point to you that you could put a depressing that position especially like him that he has the right timing on passing or shooting. He always take a right. Decision is a not at all selfish and we saw on the first opportunity. That badger has the first opportunity. This quarter one. That's that's the change that this kind of make for your team. And when i say that is not only the quality of the prayer. I'm talking to give to his teammates. Because all of the sudden you know everybody lukaku was fighting the first off but not winning any visits one and then after that. Just just take us through that assists and there aren't many places that you played with the dan. It's almost like that sort a vision and that sort of technique and that's a football brain. Isn't it to do it so quickly. Exactly the realizing what is going.

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"netherland" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"netherland" Discussed on ESPN FC

"In the world against belgium whether we agree or not fee for ranked number one. I don't think the best team but says the are and the belgium look pretty bad enough for half so get the victory but my god. I don't think that coach can ask any more of these players. That collective right from the kick was impressive they dominate literally the first tough in any position on the field Defensively give any chess budget to move forward. A midfielder they competing control and striker has an opportunity. That shouldn't probably thick enough advantage of that kind of momentum and scored the second goal. That was finished that. We've felt at some point because to consider that when you play against belgium and have funded the brewing lukaku and this guy can change the game in a moment. This is what's happened in the second half but they dominate the literally. Everything even shot on goal three times more than belgium. So that's kind of potential that this team had this today. This particular day was was a magical atmosphere for many reasons and they should take more at least a one point. This question marks about kevin de broin fitness going into this. Obviously after being forced off injured his face literally broken and champions league final. he answered that really rather quickly as just pure class. Everything about him. He sees different things on.

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"netherland" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"netherland" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Against belgium was always going to be an emotional gain. The i of course after christian erickson collapsed in opening match against of finland. Got the tone just right. It was so emotive at through. Our and denmark absolutely flew out the traps. Husson opening the scoring within two minutes. Google jason denial at the back was an awful ball in the midfield. I'm not even sure was on by the white didn't even play it safe side. But it was brilliant. See the emotion. The face is just a massive goal. Kushner ix hospital. What five hundred yards away and yeah. It was a fantastic start. And they were brilliant for the opening. Twenty minutes i played really well. And of course and in a pre planned moved in the ten minute mark kick the ball out and it was a minute's applause should result blunt and decided to the atmosphere and the energy that god little cocker and then after belgium been really poor in the first half kevin brian come on and the whole dynamic of the game changed. Really give it a show. Probably i mean the amazing what these guys can do. I mean the the momentum the elegance the right choice and it's credit would shoot from that one night most big chance you know this is what actually then like miss the last especially inside the goal that they need some assemble because of that i mean debris does. This is a great goal because the kaku white possession. He was begging strong and he kept hold of then. There was some one touch and just an amazing gold. Finish by the mazen flip but then belgian didn't kick on in fact deadlock opportunities. Heather heyer of cross so and look. I mean braithwaite. Greedy goes running powers. Excellent all about the emotion music and see the coach in the cauca. They're bracing after the guy finishes belgium to dennemont one. Let's get some reaction. shall we. off the game. We'll hear from revenue to calculate moment but first party briefly. Can you just describe what it was like emotion in the stadium at the beginning of that match. It was really really special days like this. Just shows you what kind of privilege you have to play football here and also shows you the support from the whole country today. It was just a mason. We really appreciate. We really grateful for all that within tonight. Was it difficult to keep your emotions and to go out and play with a tribute to christian and all the emotion that went into it. No actually not. I felt like this was just. It was like extra motivation to do even better today i felt like the voice really shopping for first second of the game the end so i felt living one day where they were ready and they would just when the game started. Congratulations from wasn't it can make up this game. Took game Took him into the months today to know what the today's media after what they've been through playing today all the credit to win but there was the biscuit a game changed the second half. Just what can you take that position The way how we play with kevin through the middle an update on the right side helps because we found the right spaces dominated. So yeah the basic ever. I want to thank for making your team. We.

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"netherland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"netherland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"But yeah, it's a know that because of That the royal family winning its independence for the Netherlands is how the whole world got orange carrots. That's just that's a cool little thing to have ya know for your country. You are worldwide. Now even if people don't know it. Yeah, even if people don't know it footprint exactly huge footprint man, cuz I guarantee you if I was to pull any off of American off the street, you know, where orange carrots come from they wouldn't they wouldn't know a thing Supermarket. Yeah, exactly the ground what do you mean guys? Like no, no, no, let me tell you something. I was also looking into strange laws or at least it's going to be strange compared to us, right cuz for you guys, were you born and raised in Netherlands? It's it's it's just the world you live in before me someone on the outside. It's going to be a very unique thing. They are everyone knows of Amsterdam. And the stuff you can do over there. I'm not going to get into that but there is a lot of stuff that yes, you can't do over there that probably some people think is legal. It's not I'm just going to say that right now. That's nothing like beer I don't do either of those anyway, so I'm not worried about that but one of the unique things and it says it's not really enforced but house share wage is illegal. Yes. Can you explain as to why cuz I'm reading three or more people is technically not allowed. Yes. It has to do both with safety package. So it depends on how big the house is and how many taxes you have all depends on if you own the house yes or no because the bank has a say in how many people can live in it and you cannot rent it out or share it with people that you asked money to share your house with so you can live obviously with your girlfriend or your boyfriend or your spouse and your children that regards you can share your house. There's actually the laws in place to prevent overcrowding and Back event you renting your house out.

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"netherland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"netherland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"In December celebrate on December 5th of our work if I recall right off but we as Americans we Coca-Cola changed it took inspiration from Santa Claus and his how we have today Santa Claus over here. So what is can you speak on a little bit about the origins and the difference is cuz I'm assuming, you know about Santa Clara no Santa Claus for this point right off the difference between Santa Claus and Santa Claus well originally and that's also where the discussion is over right now in the Netherlands, but originally I'm from Saint Nick. Yes, Nick was protection Saint and it had to do with slaves. And if you had been bad then they threatened to put you into a bag and if yep Been good. You would be rewarded. So it was a system to keep the slaves into place and make them do whatever you wanted to do. Basically, that's how it originally started. And that's also why same since our class is white and then yes, we call them black Petes. They are black obviously because those were slaves and that's also the discussion that's now going on break it racist but for us it has nothing to do anymore with slavery and racism is to tradition for children since the class is really a children fast facts about who's been naughty and who's been nice. So that's a very big parallel to Santa Claus. Yeah, and it's also the gifts that come into the bags and then that are presented from the bag and Since the class doesn't come to a chimney he comes through the door, but he takes a speech with him his helpers and they they they they may throw candy at the children. Okay, then presents. Yeah, and that's where it's originally from. So the differences are that he doesn't have a sleigh he writes a big white horse. Okay? Okay Thomas with a steamboat another flying sled really? Okay cool doesn't go through the chimney the door. All right. So, oh go ahead with children are being asked to put their shoe in front of the fireplace. So that's into class can put their gifts in the shoe and they also leave a carrot for his horse. I'm assuming that's how when America changed it into Santa Claus wear stockings and came from cuz you know, it's usually you hang stockings on the mantle of the fireplace off.

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"netherland" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"netherland" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Hi, I'm Rick Steves one of the few things certain about this corona virus pandemic is that this crisis will pass sooner or later it'll pass, and we'll be back to normal. And when that day comes, all of us will eagerly turn our pent up. Travel Dreams into smooth and bursting with fun reality. Let's continue to share. Our travel dreams together on travel with Rick Steves. Today on travel with Rick Steves are virtual travels. Bring us a millennials. Take on enjoying yourself in the Netherlands. Also stroll the sights on a guided walk around Edinburgh. Get a taste of that passionate atmosphere and end Lucia and go searching for Venus in the hour ahead. The. Netherlands seem to specialize in festivals. Fun Ways for the millennial generation to celebrate life to learn how we travelers of all ages can get it on the fun. We're joined in our studio by tour guide sisters, Yoda and Ruby Van Angles Dwarf who both happened to be millennials, Yoda and Ruby thanks for being here. For having us. You're actually twins. Ruby and Yoda and It's one of you older. Yes, maybe one minute older them a one minute older so Yoda. How do you to differ in your temperaments? Well I'm always told that Ruby, Nice. One Which is true? <hes> I am a little bit more direct assistance. Dutch people are think I'm <hes> a little bit more. Outspoken where we very patients and lovingly, and yeah, so you complement each other we do I think. Together the Dutch are famous for being direct. Yes, we are yeah. This is so fun to think about generational differences, and so on in America and what we call a baby boomer and you got in America people in their twenties and thirties or generate millennials do the Dutch <hes> look at generations in certain ways like that? Also? Yes, exactly the same we have baby. boomers are parents are a baby, boomers, and yeah, we're millennials, so millennials people in their twenties and thirties, gen-x people in their forties, baby boomers people in their fifties and sixties, baby boomers, being the most interesting and fun, loving and entertaining. Okay so tell me about the characteristics of millennials. In the Netherlands. Well, it's probably very similar. <hes> we are we millennials. Because we got handed everything to us right. We always learned where you're growing up. Everything is possible everything you wanted to do and instead of creating people who are very secure. What they WANNA do were all very insecure, and we're very well like I'm going to do and like every ten years. We changed jobs and <hes>. There's a lot of enterpreneurs so a lot of people who want to create their own little thing, but we're all sort of this known at were unhappy with everything because we can have everything we're unhappy. Little bit spoiled came easily old. Yes, and impatient. You want it now. Yes, and if you don't get it now, you'll go somewhere else. Yeah, we're own press. And we invented the burn out. Is! Still Alive and kicking. This is travel with Rick Steves. We're talking with Yoda angles store and her twin. WHO's one minute older? Ruby angles. Talking about millennials and when we think about having fun as tourists, we can learn a lot by having fun as millennials millennials love. It seems like in the Netherlands parties in vegetables. Yoda. What's what's an example of festival that a millennial looks forward to every year and Amsterdam? We Love, King's Day. That is one of our favorites. Once <hes>. It's not we do not have as many festivals in Amsterdam anymore more dough, so <hes> I'm stem because such a busy city <hes> day try to take people away from Amsterdam, so if you want to experience the holidays like King, stay or Liberation Day <hes>. It's better to go to one of the less bigger cities. Also. Just what what? What is it? You'd like to go to for one of these big. Go to Harlem, because the most I am from Harlem, so we always love Liberation Day that is in Harlem. It's known to have the biggest festival only ration- days that its fifth of May we got free from the Nazis and <hes> every year. We celebrate our freedom. It's just really fun with a lot of artists in music. Video of me. I remember the festival Yeah Amsterdam is getting so congested so touristy. I was there for a King's Day once and there's so many boats you could walk across the canal just from boat to boat. who was just solid votes in the canals, but people were certainly having a great time Ruby. Festival that you look forward to. What would it be every year? ooh I always look forward to the food festivals. There are many food festival also around to Amsterdam. And we have a shoeless that SURF SC fall in the neighborhood of Amsterdam <hes> where people go to, they have to take off their shoes and walk bare feet it. It's <hes> of course when festival Shula Festival. They have a lot of food everywhere. Fit of electro music seems okay. Let's me to one of these food festivals. Then okay. So, what kind of food would you be enjoying? You would be enjoying some Sushi macos, but also local foods like French fries. The real food festivals hundred stance. You can try a little bit of everything

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"netherland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

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"netherland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"Hello and welcome to the political history of the United States episode. Two point five new Netherland becomes New York throughout the course of this podcast. We have really spent very little time in new Netherland. We have mentioned it a few times spending some time there during swore plus when they went out and conquer the colony of new Sweden. We stopped by briefly when Ann Hutchinson was killed in the colony. However be on that it really has just been. On the periphery of our story. This week we are going to change. That new Netherland has always been a serious inconvenience for the English geographically. It is in the way driving a literal wedge between the New England colonies and the southern Chesapeake colonies. It also meant that. The Dutch had control over the Hudson as well as one of the better natural ports into colonial America. Control over the Hudson and the all important. Port gives the Dutch a distinct advantage over the English and the growing further trade. Beyond however the geographical challenges new Netherland also was a competitor. Much of North America was still open wilderness. Open wilderness that the English wanted to control the Dutch holding new Netherland gave them an opportunity to make their own land. Grabs land grabs that very well may come back to haunt the English as we had discussed back in episode one point twenty four new Netherland had despite its advantageous location. Never really been a huge financial success. The ditch by the later part of the sixteen twenty s had basically stopped pouring money into the colony and pretty much gave up on the place. That of course isn't to say that the Dutch just up and left. But they were also not interested in rearranging the deckchairs on what they perceive to be the titanic. Either New Netherland therefore was left for the most part to its own devices that is up until sixteen sixty four. Tensions had long been rising between the English and the Dutch in North America. The Dutch pose an obvious problem to English expansion as discussed just a moment ago. They were literally wedged in between the New England colonies and the chesapeake colonies for the Dutch. This position likely was also tenuous at best well. Acting as a physical barrier. In between the two quick growing English colonies was a hindrance for the English for the Dutch IMF that they were virtually surrounded by the English however that is simply the colonial aspect of the tensions between the two powers that edge had long growing more and more powerful especially in regard to their navy. Something that by this point was a direct threat to the English further. Souring relations was when Charles the second founded the Royal Africa Company. The Dutch had long become established as a leader in the slave trade. A position that they were happy to maintain suddenly however the English were involving themselves into that very trade. The wars between the English and the Dutch are much more layered and noice than this. However I could spend the next several episodes movie methodically through the Anglo Dutch wars. It would be a little end. Most of the war is going to have virtually no effect on the North American colonies. So for the sake of moving the story along we are going to spend our time. Only focused on the new Netherland aspect of that war. The final push for war was made by James. The Duke of York as the younger brother of King Charles. The second James Certainly had the ear of his brother interested in making his own mark in the World James turned to the new world and specifically new Netherland for a place where he could go to grow his own holdings Charles went ahead and made a land grant and gave the thumbs up for the mission. Now the big problem with this is pretty obvious you know. They're Linda was already a place where people lived and it was already being cleaned by the Dutch yet. This really doesn't seem to dissuade anybody on August. Eighteenth sixteen sixty four a force under the command of Richard Nichols arrived off the coast of new Amsterdam along with Nichols was approximately four hundred men as well as several ships to the north. The English were expecting help from Massachusetts. Now you may be thinking that this is the part of the podcast where I'd tell you about the gray battle that ensued to capture new Netherland. Truth be told however rather than a battle the Dutch. Just basically gave an exaggerated shrug and welcomed their new overlords. The fortifications around the colony were largely incomplete. The Dutch only had about one hundred and fifty fighting men and nobody was really super excited about being slaughtered by the English with no interest in a fight the Dutch just what ahead surrendered John. With junior was called in to help. Come up with the conditions of the surrender and for the most part he gave kind terms. Dutch property was given protections. The Dutch could leave unmolested. Should they choose to do so? And they were allowed to practice their own inheritance rights also importantly one of the conditions that existed. That is going to cost some future. Friction is that it was agreed that the English would not impress. The Dutch impressment is where a person is forced into military service and made to fight for a nation impressing that it can be thought of as a more brutal form of conscription whereas conscription has rules impressment generally was a simple we captured you and now you fight for us. We are going to spend a lot of time talking about policies of impressment in approximately one million episodes from now when we start talking about the war of eighteen twelve for now however the Dutch were on the surface toe that they were not going to be required to take up arms. The English with new Amsterdam now under his control nichols turned his attention to making sure that he had control of the rest of the Netherlands. Sending a smaller force captured Delaware from the Dutch. They found the same resigned acceptance to the English arrival for the remaining Swedish settlers in Delaware. It must have felt like some kind of cosmic retribution. If you recall just a decade before the Dutch had conquered the colony new Sweden and now they themselves were being pushed out with the Dutch. Having no interest in a fight nichols one ahead and named his new lands for the Duke who had given him his command in the first place. That will be the Duke of York from now on in our story. New Netherlands will be New York naturally after capturing the colony the next step in the process was going to be establishing local English government. The Duke of York early on made the decision that he wanted to sell off part of the territory. This was likely for a few reasons. First the land grant that James had received from the king was relatively large by cutting part of that off he would be more able to control a colony which may not be crazy about the new English incursion. Secondly it was a way that James can make a quick buck colonies were expensive and often ran deep in the red though shares were sold off to John Berkeley and Sir George Carteret would ultimately end up becoming the lands that make up modern day. New Jersey Nichols set out to install laws that would function in such a way that he would integrate happy with the existing Dutch law rather than simply replace it. The last thing that Nichols wanted to do something that would anger the Dutch well. English had an easy military advantage. They were also not looking to invite civil unrest where this really manifest itself in religious matters intelligently deciding that shoving everybody into the Anglican Church might be a bad idea. The colony was largely given the right to continue to worship as they pleased. Now this was always going to be within reason. Probably shouldn't be confused. As being religious freedom thought religious rights for example only really Pud as long as a religion being followed was Christianity beyond that what grew legally out of the colony largely followed the Massachusetts model which follows John Winthrop. Junior have been so involved in brokering the peace. The death penalty was liberally applied to a wide variety of charges including homosexuality adultery bestiality murder and conspiring against the colony. You're this way heather losses. I not only to protect against criminal acts but also managed the morality of colony. Where New York did differ from? The other colonies is that it was not given an assembly as had become the norm elsewhere in the North American English colonies. This would become a sticking point in the region especially for those in Long Island. Long Island had previously been part of Connecticut however had been ceded to New York during the transfer of power between the Dutch and the English. This means that the settlers long island had gone from being represented by an assembly to being denied representation. Something that did not exactly thrill them did make overtures. They wanted to return to the rule of Connecticut elevate. New York was not interested in letting them go. These problems would last well past the governorship of Nichols is. They would also affect his replacement Francis loveless. Well we call any was struggling along the outbreak of the third Anglo Dutch war with throw a serious wrench into the plans. The Dutch turn their attention towards New York and realize that they probably have plenty of Dutch settlers in the colony who would be more than happy to overthrow the oppressive English forces in sixteen seventy two the Dutch attacked English tobacco traders off the coast of New York they would make an actual landing in Delaware where they were able to quickly retake several of their prior holdings but the next two years. What emerged was a brief resurgence of Dutch rule. In New York and Delaware however when the dust settled adding pieces reached in sixteen seventy four. New York was officially ceded to the English. This is the final of the Dutch would challenge English. Hegemony in the region with New York down firmly. In the hands of the English attention wish shifted from securing the colony to figuring out how to govern it both Nichols and his successor Francis. Loveless struggled to get control a if not hostile population a population that was largely apathetic towards English. Rule for this job. The Duke of York turned to Edmund Andros Edmund Andros is going to become an absolute fixture in the late seventeenth century colonial wife. He is going to appear time and time again. All throughout the colonies by the time that he dies in seventeen fourteen he will have served as the governor of New York New England Virginia and Maryland. So yes spoiler alert. This guy is going to get around. I had given some thought to do in a biography episode four Andrews but ultimately decided against it however implies he is going to get a much more thorough introduction than most so without further delay. Let's bring Edmund Andros into our story in sixteen thirty seven. Andrew would injury world on the verge of the English civil wars as was the case for so many men of that era address was raised under the backdrop of that war and it would help shape his future prior to the war edmonds father had been appointed the master of ceremonies the result of this. Is that despite the family's home beat on the island of Guernsey eminent office was born and raised in London. Normally being born into a position such as being the son of the English master of ceremonies would have afforded a man like young Edmund Andros a privileged bringing. Of course we know that these are not normal. Times Andrews was still a child in the English wars broke out however as you know being loyal to how Stewart during the sixteen forty s was a dangerous proposition returning to their home island of Guernsey at the outbreak of the war the Andrews family found little reprieve. The island was mostly loyal to the parliamentary forces which meant that the address family stood as outcasts. The Anderson Lee would remain on currency for a time though. It was unclear exactly when they left. We know that his father was still on the island. Defending it for royal forces. Pass the time of Charles. The first death ultimately however it was to capture by Cromwell in sixteen fifty one by sixteen fifty one the Andrews family had pretty well go ahead and followed the stuarts exile and had settled near The Hague in the Netherlands. Now there are a couple of important things to note here. I the Andrews family as a whole remains staunchly in line with the stewarts following the former and future royal family into exile the relationship between Andrews and the future Charles. The second were strongly bound. Second for the young Edmund Address. His life had been shaped by the war more specifically however growing up in a family that was so strictly Marxist he undoubtedly would have you the parliament as being the proverbial bad guys. The first English civil war began when he was just five years old. The family finally went into exile in sixteen fifty one when anders would have been just fourteen years old. This means that for him his entire life his entire life from young childhood through his teen years would have been spent under the backdrop of war by years he would spend as an immigration as a result of those wars. This is something that was undoubtedly going to shape. Andrews's worldview and is something to keep in mind as we look at his relationship with the American settlers especially when we deal with those up in New England.

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