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World stocks advance on optimism over pandemic recovery

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

World stocks advance on optimism over pandemic recovery

"World stocks have advanced on optimism over a pandemic recovery she is also stronger in Europe all of the gains in Asia driven by hopes for a strong recovery from of the corona virus pandemic Paris London and Tokyo it belongs and U. S. futures also will hire investors appear to be shrugging off a resurgence all cases in many areas and focusing on signs the economy is on the mend and use little portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley investment management says there's a good chance the recovery could be surprisingly strong with little interference from the federal reserve I'm Charles Taylor this month

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"paris london" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"paris london" Discussed on Today in Focus

"So high I mean what do we know about those types of conversations. I would be very surprised if anybody was thinking about. Just letting this epidemic rage because frankly that is going to lead to deaths far more deaths than on necessary I think and the hospitals will be overwhelmed and everybody will be in a panic so any mitigation measures that we can take half to be a good idea. I suppose people could have those sorts of conversations in closed rooms just in a on the basis of sort of what if we tried. That would be the consequence. But I'd be very very surprised if anybody went down that route but it is a huge economic t carry out some of these meshes yes but the entire world is suffering the huge economic hit the moment as talk of the Chinese economy dropping by two percent in the first quarter of this year as a result of what they've done and I'm sure it won't be any different friend for anywhere else. These are the pictures coming in and the statistics to it was trading more than three percent down in the closing minutes earlier Paris London and Frankfurt all ended the day around two percent lower. Let's carry health in the twenty lies. Us covers a lot of outbreaks including pandemics. You've traveled to the heart of them to see what is happening. I mean two things here. How how does this compare? And what as we sit here in? March two thousand and twenty of the best and worst CASE SCENARIOS FOR CORONA VIRUS. This is really scary because of all the unknowns. We just don't have enough information yet about how it's going to spread and how will affect people in countries like the UK and the USA in other words outside China really all the information? We've got his from these thousands and thousands of people who've been infected and many of whom have died in China so it's a very different scenario. Our hospitals are probably in a better position. Certainly than those in Wuhan when the whole thing took off yes it is alarming. Certainly because it's a respiratory disease that we know is going to be mild and most people you know as in four out of five people. It's less worrying for those of us who are healthy but we do really really have to worry about all the fragile people in all society and so the measures that we take personally. I think have to be with them in mind. And we have to protect them as much as we possibly can so the worry about contracting corona virus is really about the worry of allowing it to spread but if as you say the symptoms can be so mild that you wouldn't even think to get medical help. How can they container it? And if they fail to contain it. What's the next step? I don't honestly think anybody thinks it can be contained anymore. There was a phase when they thought maybe we can contain it. Maybe it'll just spread to a handful of countries. Maybe it'll just be a handful of cases. In each of those countries we can trace all the contacts and somehow stamp it out but this virus because it spreads through droplets and apparently really much easier. The most viruses is really quite problematic. Eventually it's going to burn out because there won't be enough people left. You haven't had it for the virus to carry on passing from person to person because people will be immune and we should have a vaccine. Hopefully how long? It's going to take eighteen months. So That's how long we've got to contain this. Fourth is how long we got to protect our people for Sarah. Thank you very much.

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Shares take hit as virus outbreak slams profits, events

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Shares take hit as virus outbreak slams profits, events

"Google shares all falling as the impact from the virus outbreak deepens and events are affected to show us a fallen in Paris London Tokyo Seoul and Hong Kong with tech giant apple announcing it will fail to meet its profit target in this quarter as fifth process bringing you travel advisories and disrupting trade travel and supply chains the virus is costing a ball shadow over the Asian regional economy China has moved to postpone all counsel major events including the Beijing Auto Show I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"paris london" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"paris london" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"One of the the most important pillar for us is shifting can into location before we started to sell anything we create the concept of hot great mindshift matter is the founder ever of the Slovenian rental company asked car he started Avante to go in time for Lubiana stint as European Green capital. Three years ago I read about. I mean you should be for both the green capital this is somehow we can participate to the city in the right moment with the right product and on the door and I could say that we got the great support and all the dialogues ahead. Were in the way hall to make Mobility Cleaner and smarter author within the city. Other cities can learn from the two guy experience parents. Obviously you'll hoping to expand regionally but I guess somewhere like you know Paris London nuts. That's maybe what you feel you won't today or on. BISHEN or vision is not to be biggest or to make billions but to change the world here in smarter to enjoy it a so first step is Lake gracious also integrate internationally. I in the region. Uganda Selena Gracia. Is Our laboratory very learn how you can provide the mobility deserves SORTA smaller cities and even maybe rural areas in order to be sustainable. So once we reach this point the film ever able to each other part of the world body passionate not so long ago driving an electric car. All was the sole preserve of a certain kind of nerd..

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"paris london" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"paris london" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Day event but it's all part of one step into a long term goal of ending folks and in New York actor will Smith addressed shivering people in sleeping bags in Times Square to not have a place to go away to be able to lay your head down with your children at night there is a horrendous tragedy the world's big sleep out organized by a Scottish advocate also took place in cities like Paris London and Edinburgh with the goal of raising fifty million dollars for the homeless owner of Iraq ABC news New York another big week on the way on Wall Street after a bang up job number out by the labor department on Friday Dow settled up more than three hundred points to close last week and it's a bit of a struggle out of the gates this week Dow futures are down about thirty points on the way this week an update from the federal reserve and could be another move on interest rates experts do expected that to the fed this time gonna leave rates alone they have been dropping them the past several times in an effort to keep the economy humming but the economy seems to be doing quite well also later on this week we'll get a peek at how retailers to doing retail sales report is out on Friday morning more details on both of those reports coming up in just a couple of minutes in western Massachusetts this morning police in Agawam are looking for those who stole donation jars from the counters of two different stores it happened at a Sam's food store and a macho taco after reviewing surveillance video police believe they are looking for two people responsible in the staff from the auction begins today for some very famous lyrics of Sir Elton they are some of the most recognizable songs.

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Ex-British Consulate staff says Chinese police tortured him

Morning Edition

03:32 min | 1 year ago

Ex-British Consulate staff says Chinese police tortured him

"A citizen of Hong Kong who used to work for the British consulate there is making some very serious accusations against Chinese authorities he says Chinese secret police accused him of being a spy for the U. K. and that they tortured him earlier this year Simon Chang told the BBC he was detained blindfolded and be in after you join protests in Hong Kong the British government says it is outraged by this and it has some in Chinese ambassador to the U. K. to answer questions about what went on in Paris London correspondent Franklin fit is on the line a Frank Hey good morning vehicle everyone does it one day so that is ready this channel yes it has been this gentleman Simon Chang was detained earlier this year can you give us some background on his skin he was returning from a business trip to the mainland he was detained by Chinese police at a rail station in Hong Kong and then taken back to mainland China now initially he was accused of soliciting prostitution he disappeared into China's detention system of Ashley was released now as you mentioned he's coming for for the first time talking to the BBC also writing extensively on Facebook saying Chinese secret police tortured him they tried to get him to implicate the U. K. in helping to incite violent protests he says and of course this is the Chinese Communist Party narrative that in fact shadow we foreign forces have been driving the protests really not about democracy but trying to weaken China Mister Chang has been very specific and detailed in his accusations of what he said was done to him can you just build out on this a little bit more yeah he was talking to the B. B. C.'s Jon side worth and he said he was shackled forced the squad and stand for hours without any sleep in the to be stopped he either be beaten with batons are punished or four door forced to sing the Chinese national anthem now they said they he said that they wanted him to confess to trying to incite the protest he also says he believes that other people who had had attended Hong Kong protests were also held with them now as part of Simon Chang's role at the British consulate in this is very important I understand that he was collecting information on the protests what was he doing an end to the Chinese authorities have a right to be suspicious well he admits that he supported and attended the democracy protests and he was paid overtime rather concert to collect info about the status of the protest he also says that he did sign up for social media groups where protesters were coordinating their actions but he insists he was merely observing which is something that diplomats do around the world however this could provide the Chinese government's of evidence that at a minimum his role was blurred it also helps and perhaps make the case and provide an example of foreign influence now it's worth pointing out that by almost all accounts the protests are organic and they come out of a genuine fears about eroding freedoms by the Chinese Communist Party in Hong Kong okay and if Mr Chang's account of what happened to him is in fact true what should we take away from that I think what's interesting is this sort of treatment is what kind of trigger the Hong Kong protests in the first case the fear that the mainland system which is an authoritarian legal system where it's a ninety nine percent of conviction rate would in fact be used in Hong Kong against people who are doing things that are legal in Hong Kong if in fact Mr Jiang was just really observing these sorts of things and also it's important member the arrest was made in Hong Kong and this is something that Hong Kong is really fear this sort of creeping influence of a very very different system of and the com is put the fear that the communist party's gonna use that system to punish Hong Kongers and continue to roll their rights and

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"paris london" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"paris london" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the mid nineteen thirties. very rural and pool the legacy of nineteenth century defeats and disasters was still actively felt. there was a great deal of poverty in the Chinese economy China found itself under a variety of different buttons by the nineteen twenties and thirties one of those was that there was a war the boxer uprising of nineteen hundred which ended up with the Chinese government being saddled with huge amount of data but more long standing was the fact that from the eighteen forties on which really China have been forced to sign what to this day and then as the on equal treaties those treaties want cold unequal for nothing the western powers and eventually Japan could operate at a position of economic and legal advantage on Chinese territory but the Chinese would not have the same advantage if they went to Paris London China was in what Marxist economist cool a semi colonial state recent work by economic historians doesn't paint a picture of universal gleam China's economy had stabilized in the nineteen thirties I was starting to develop light industries but income per head the best measure of comparative economic development was around free times higher across the sea in Japan. the story of how Japan transformed itself from a few Long Island state peripheral to the global economy in the eighteen fifties two leading manufacturing center by the time of the first World War is astonishing in the eighteen fifties and sixties it seemed likely to Japan that it would be attacked and invaded by the western powers justice China just across the water had been after the opium wars of the eighteen thirties and eighteen forties suit Japan's elite took a different sort of decision in fact then ruling group was overthrown in a sort of coup and what they did nexus to come in as the Meiji restoration but in fact restoration is not a good word for it as what really happened which was revolution because during those fifty is essentially in one of the foremost this paste modernizations anywhere in the world Japan's leaders gave it a new modernized education system military system constitution uncles also helped to build up what became one of the largest.

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"paris london" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"paris london" Discussed on KTOK

"We have a very important guest at the bottom of the hour into Pollock. whose precious daughter was murdered. my area. very sick mass murder in Florida you recall the parkland shooter. he's a very important book out there. he wants to talk to you and I couldn't be prouder than have them on my program and about the. seven eight or meant minutes or so. now school children. Yahoo news huge numbers of children skip school today to join a global strike against climate change this is how they destroy our country. in other countries. this politics has no business being in the classroom none. there's no business being treated as. he close scientific news event. but look how quickly this happens. this is progressive as. again if you read rediscovering Americanism the turn of progressivism you know how this came to be this is what we're up against. they don't teach American principles they don't teach science they teach propaganda. chanting slogans and waving placards. youngsters and adults filled the streets of cities across the world. what was expected the the biggest ever protest against the threat posed to the planet by warming temperatures this is a new story by Yahoo dot com. properly named over there at Yahoo. demonstrations across Asia and the Pacific kicked off the day of action. which spread African your with crowds training in Paris London and Berlin before nearing their completion in the United States. I hope this will be another social tipping point that we show how many people are engaged how many people are putting pressure on leaders. said a sixteen year old Greta Thunberg. organizers forecast protests to more than five thousand locations across hundred thirty seven countries. Australian all alone excuse me they said more than three hundred thousand children parents and supporters rally. it is very difficult. to undo this kind of indoctrination. this is in books. it's an assemblies it's taught in classrooms as a fact. let's see in Slovakia who gives a damn what happened in Slovakia but anyway this is what's going on in our country. people are marching in the streets over liberty. over competitive markets. over property rights. no most of those people in these regimes have to hide under their tables. climate change you see. climate change. that's gonna in the Bronx New York the great WABC go. hi Malik hello my roommates to talk to you today first of All I Want thank you for very natural gift that you have which is just the ability to make me laugh no matter what mood I mean you've always been able to do that after the swelling in thank you I thought you were going to come in on my good looks but that's good enough. or that too or it is also my dad's birthday. one fine how old is he ninety three he will be ninety four. he was in hospice and I was very lucky to be able to pull them out of that I wanted to talk to you today is I just wanna tell you that in I also wanted to make your your the perfect.

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"paris london" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"paris london" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"And somebody cycling pass me and realizing it was a friend in like, what are you doing? You just need to lie here for a few hours. Like, okay. Packet of skittles in hand kind of like trying to guzzle them, not realizing I bunked, but that's what was happening. And so that was kind of like my second never real Papa ride and that was one hundred twenty miles. And so, and that's kind of the first then step of going into seat sleep deprivation as well as that she done across throughout the knives. Yeah. Yeah. So I think that was kind of. I had a sort of unusual introduction into cycling my air fist. I ride which was Paris London. And then the second ride being through the night one hundred twenty mile endeavor like for me, I thought that was normal. I remember speaking to a friend who worked at wrath at the time being like, what should I be aiming for like what kind of dishes, should I be trying to do. What's good goal to set? And I was like I've done one hundred twenty miles. And he was like like, that's it like that the goal that you should be setting like that those people work up two hundred miles, and I was like, okay. So then what do I do? And I think that's how I ended up having these conversations with with Mike hole and Emily Chappell. Never have other endurance riders that it was just okay. So there's got to be other people who want to ride these stupid distances. And I think what did they say to you or warn you getting into light stepping up those kind of distances quite quickly. I mean, Mike Cole was. I think he anybody. He knew him. I don't think you would ever. Just wait anybody who was always very kind of he listened, and he was really encouraging, but like in a very kind of subtle like. I think you'd more just kind of hear you out. And then she'll yeah. Why not that sounds like a good idea? He never said that it was like a crazy thing and same with Emily's. I think it when I was talking to her about the challenges, and what I should look out for, you know, like there was never a moment where it even seemed like a crazy idea. It just seems so normal talking about it to them. And I mean, you have to keep in mind they Mike had won the around the world race in like he'd won tour divide a few times and ear started to transcontinental on Emily had. She's done. I think she had ridden around the world at that point as well. And you know, like they for them this was normal. Right. So like me coming in and asking about it. Completely normal as well..

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"paris london" Discussed on Mad Influence

Mad Influence

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"paris london" Discussed on Mad Influence

"It's right. So you're on the treadmill, and in fashion, you've you've either got to be on under percents or get off. I want to know how you stay both sane and inventive. Because you're you're man paradoxically of habits and of constant rejuvenation you wake up every morning, you take a swim. Every time I've seen it doesn't matter. What city Paris London you ride your bike around. So, but what do you daily habits do for the creative mind? In some ways, you could say they work against rejuvenation. Because because it's also kind of you know, it's a bitch a-all. I mean, I do I am Chris Humbert in terms. I swim around five o'clock every morning. I get to work around six o'clock every morning, but I think the key key key, and this applies not just to people in our business. But especially for sports people, and I've got a lot of friends cyclists. Yeah. If they're stressed they won't they won't do the job properly. An I there's a friend of mine who's been pretty stretched recently as a bike rider. And then last time I saw him. Win. He I could tell from his face was relaxed. And when when is your laxity wins when he is not relaxed for whatever reason, you know, something to personal at home or not feeling great. Or I don't know what it is. You know? And so with with with me, I'm blessed with having security our home because I've been with Pauline since I was twenty one. So we have a really good understanding of learn to listen, and and talk and have learned to be entrusted and interesting and and. And walk in the door and not say, well, I've been doing, but what she's been doing getting the balance right of life, and understanding that friendship love and health is absolutely as important as cash more important. And so if you relaxed search not really a habit a creature of habit, although I do have those things is just the fact that you know, we had to go to work who complained that the problem with working at Portsmouth was she got stomach eight with laughing. So I figured that was a pretty good could be worse. Punishment of the office. Your office is designed what I'm going to call it messy, cool and Latins cave. It's wild.

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"paris london" Discussed on This Week in Travel

This Week in Travel

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"paris london" Discussed on This Week in Travel

"Yeah exactly so you get locked in a room you giving a handful of vague clues and things to look for and watch for and then you have about an hour to get back out but it's a really cool kind of team building experience that it's funny my local guidon budapest really loves them so she convinced me to begin including in the package and our students have loved it oh yeah i love those are most of your customer is european students are the american students who are there on study abroad there ninety five percent americans studying abroad in europe so flow florence barcelona paris london dublin are very popular study abroad locations and then the students tend to have three day weekends so they get out of town on thursday nights and get back in time for class on monday morning but in the meantime they could you know zip over to berlin for example and experience checkpoint charlie check out the the east side gallery and the palace of tears that talks about the you know the emotional toll that it took when they built the berlin wall and how people would would live being separated from their neighbors and family members so so this incredible history and cultures just short flight away for for thousands of american students abroad in europe each year excellent i love that you have big pictures and biases of your tour leaders at your your guides on the website i think that's really great for students who were traveling for the first time and you know they wanna they wanna get comfortable right and sometimes for the parents were paying for it right so thinking about a girlfriend like a girl who's going on one of these doors going to europe for the first time her parents are paying for the trip you know it might be more comforting for them to go with a female tour guide let's say in.

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"paris london" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"paris london" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Been crucial in whatever peace negotiations would have kurd but i think honestly the eastern front would have been an actual target and that's hitler nature of the war if he had hit simultaneously moscow paris london with atomic weapons he would've won the war it's absolutely and it would have been a and that's certainly not you probably ganda was promoting this idea that there were these wonder weapons but only for their own population but for the allied audiences that this that there was perhaps a danger and and pressing the war to the point of of completely germany i'd be speaking this show in german with you yes and they would have been good for german departments around the country but that's about it so we saw the operation paper clip occurs we get the cream of the crop they come to the united states than braun of course is i remember during my youth was very instrumental in developing the rockets the saturn five everything it took to get us to the moon yes i think that's yes and no and he's an excellent team leader and one of the things that i found this great quote from caltex his name fritz vicky who was one of the first to really analyze all the technical achievements of of the v two team and and had this very honest assessment he called the v two and you know the the german rocketing generally quote a technical achievement of high order do less to the activity of any individual genius then to the determined an enthusiastic cooperation of a large number of only moderately technical individuals and what i think he means by that and.

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"paris london" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"paris london" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Was first called operation overcast and then later paper clip brian speculate just for moment for me what would have happened had germany and hitler obtained atomic weapons with their missile technology well yes it's a it's a it's a hunting question and it's one that i think i think they would have everything there was no doubt especially in that desperate moment now it's question is would they have used it on the eastern front or the western front clearly most of the war for germany lied on the eastern front really even during d day eighty percent of their army was still engaged in the east as opposed to the west so it's likely that the soviets would have been the primary target but the idea of holding a city like london and even washington they had plans for something called the eight ten or which is the v three my call it was a plan to actually have a rocket that can be trans atlantic city hostage like that would have been crucial in whatever peace negotiations would have kurd but i think honestly the eastern front would have been an actual target that's i mean had hitler nature of the war he had hit simultaneously moscow paris london with atomic weapons he would have won the war it's oh absolutely and it would have been a and that's certainly not propaganda was promoting this idea that they are worthies wonder weapons not only for their own population but for the allied audiences that this that there was perhaps a danger in and pressing the war to the point of of completely annihilating germany i'd be speaking this show in german with you yes and there would have been good for german departments around the country but that's about it so we saw the operation paper clip occurs we get the cream of the crop they come to the united states than brown of course as i remember during my youth was very instrumental in developing the rockets the saturn five everything it took to get us to the moon yes i think that's yes.

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"paris london" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"paris london" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Been crucial in peace negotiations would've kurd but i think honestly the eastern front would have been an actual target and that's hitler nature of the war he had hit simultaneously moscow paris london with atomic weapons he would have won the war it's oh absolutely and it would have been a and that's certainly not the propaganda was promoting this idea that they are worthies wonder weapons not only for their own population but for the allied audiences that this that there was perhaps a danger in and pressing the war to the point of of completely annihilating german i'd be speaking this show in german with you yes and that would have been good for german departments around the country but that's about it so the operation paper clip occurs we get the cream of the crop they come to the united states than braun of course as i remember during my youth was very instrumental in developing the rockets the saturn five everything it took to get us to the moon yes i think that's yes and no and he's an excellent team leader and one of the things that i found this great quote from a caltech physicist name fritz vicky who was the one of the first to really analyze all the technical achievements of of the v two team and and had very honest assessment he called the v two and you know the the german rock generally quote a technical achievement of high order do less to the activity of any individual genius then to the determined an enthusiastic cooperation of.

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"paris london" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"paris london" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"First called operation overcast and then later paper clip ryan speculate just for a moment for me what would have happened had germany and hitler obtained atomic weapons with their missile technology well yes it's a it's a haunting question and it's one that i think i think they would have annihilated everything there was no doubt especially not desperate moment now it's a question is what they have used it on the eastern front or the western front clearly most of the war for germany lied on the eastern front of really even during d day eighty percent of their army was still engaged in the east as opposed to the west so it's likely that the soviets would have been the primary target but the idea of holding a city like london and even washington they had plants or something called the eight ten or which is the v three my call it was planned actually have a rocket that can be trans atlantic city hostage like that would have been crucial in whatever peace negotiations would have kurd but i think honestly the eastern front would have been a an actual target and that's i mean had hitler nature of the war he had hit simultaneously moscow paris london with atomic weapons he would have won the war it's absolutely and it would have been a and certainly not they probably ganda was promoting this idea that they are worthies wonder weapons not only for their own population but for the allied audiences that this that there was perhaps a danger in and pressing the war to the point of of completely annihilating germany i'd be speaking show in german with you yes and they would have been good for german departments around the country but that's about it so we the operation paper clip occurs we get the cream of the crop they come to the united states than brown of course as i remember during my youth was very instrumental in developing the rockets the saturn five everything it took to get us to the moon yes i think that's yes.

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"paris london" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"paris london" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"For a moment for me what would have happened had germ many and hitler obtained atomic weapons with their missile technology how far would they have gone with using it well yes it's a it's a it's a haunting question and it's one that i think i think they would have annihilated everything there no doubt especially in that desperate moment now it's a question is would they have used it on the eastern front or the western front clearly most of the war for germany light on the eastern front really even during d day eighty percent of their army was still engaged in the east as opposed to the west so it's likely that the soviets would have been the primary target but the idea of holding a city like london and even washington they had plans for something called the eight ten or which is the the three my call it was a plan to actually have a rocket that can be trans atlantic hold a city hostage like that would have been crucial in whatever peace negotiations would have kurd but i think honestly eastern front would have been an actual target and that's hitler nature of the war if he had hit simultaneously moscow paris london with atomic weapons he would have won the war it's oh absolutely and it would have been a and that certainly nazi propaganda was promoting this idea that they are worthies wonder weapons not only for their own population but for the allied audiences that this that there was perhaps a danger and and pressing the war to the point of of completely annihilating germany be speaking this show in german with you yes and that would have been good for german departments around the country but that's about it so we saw the operation paper clip occurs we get the cream of the crop they come to the united states than brown of course as i remember during my youth was very instrumental in developing the rockets the.

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"paris london" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"paris london" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Well i did a lot of crying here's the frustration i remember when i was bill clinton's secretary of labor i would go into meetings in the white house and say over and over again you know wages are going nowhere for most people this is the best economy we've had in the post where here in terms of the length of the recovery and the number of jobs being created wages are going nowhere and i go out into america and i hear people frustrated and angry that they're working harder and harder getting nowhere now when you're in the cabinet secretary of state or secretary of the treasury secretary of commerce when you take a trip you go to the great capitals of the world beijing or paris london when you're secretary of labor you go to toledo or buffalo or you go wherever working people are and i would spend a lot of time in toledo and cleveland and buffalo and detroit and and kansas city and i would talk to people and they would tell me over and over again something's wrong something is wrong with this system this is the mid nineties this long before anybody i mean donald trump was was who knows what he was doing that i don't even want to go there and and i would go back to the white house and i would say to bill clinton and others the skill of remedy that we're thinking about that we're talking about is so small relative to the size of the problem out there globalization technological change there are a lot of things that are just driving a wedge between the bottom sixty or seventy percent of workers and the people at the top and this is getting to be a big issue and people are really angry about it and i remember giving a one talk that got me into trouble in which i said if we just allow present trends to continue eventually there's going to be a demagogue who comes along and takes advantage of the anger and frustration so many people have and starts directing all that anger and frustration at the targets of hate you know immigrants and i went through that list so when you ask me why i wrote the book i can tell you honestly that i have been so personally angry that we have allowed things to deteriorate to the point where a donald trump becomes president.

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"paris london" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"paris london" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You now company on saturday night fred astaire ginger rogers oscar lavat with gop and hamnes round u n no cares to high you agent an improvement decline joe mother nature the called and was you know they're naser is no mother of wine from saturday night to monday morning there's always dry saturday night come on name on i wish that i weren't they a week and then the country you never will let you down harden lawyer run rayon rather spend it on a weekend in the country hell the and bullets bars and then it is and small but when you get those rushed to made as ivo list the rest tornadoes sowing the war on the moon upon light from the field i'm on these words john on venice none and stirred john b i of your dubois on a weekend yet zoo sunburn a you'll win i'd rather get back on burnt with my originals and a weekend in the country lori is there's no doubt all wage in in monterey wants the next right now a weekend in the country 3's and they ought to call when young men winds rain annual wake them in the long weekend in the country avenue only we endorse hung get your share of nato ride the frail around but how the i am no canadian mouney why do i now for the ron and don new rise up with the law when when rise by far the y uh warranties like an hour at the end the live e dog via faded paul i once butter oil denied were you drag wide than also a weekend him look look hung no oh way dynamic rail donald no it's very knife do go travelling to paris london and rome it's ozone nice go tribe win but it so much nicer yes so much nicer to come home very in dude just one look cameroon jewelry iraq it's ozone night you just one buttered so much nicer yes is always so nice to wander back the mom sales on fraud samuel readers are we but they can be 'cause they just don't ha what the models madison very nice to be what lose just toothbrush and komei its ozone nice to be footloose butts your heart starts singing when your home or and ross home and you know your.

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"paris london" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"paris london" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Help in this twoyear experiment with heavyhanded regulation this massive regulatory overreach the regulation can be good it can't be needed it is needed but overregulation west it's all too often happens at a world that's the frustration hear that wasn't broken in two thousand fifteen it were just fine i've been around the world like got friends who live all over the globe and they'll tell you if you'd have few places than it's okay and it's better than than you know the average place plot of times you go to places like madrid paris london it's like dsl but everybody's got the same so that's great where they do have it then you go to someplace it's they don't have that net neutrality and you're like lithuanians you've got highspeed internet access i couldn't believe it's frustrating it is but it's the rules the rules became overbearing like in a lot of things and you're sitting there going it wasn't broke before why did you tried what we wanna make everything fair and that's the word you're going to hear over and over and over and over again and i love the headlines the internet as we know what is dead was it mad max before the original mathematics at the last one was it was it is vast wasteland of nothingness did you not where you're not able to get on the internet i was in two thousand fifteen i don't know about you as soon to be toothless fcc is handing the keys to the internet over to a handful of multi billion dollar corporations but you make it harder for anybody to build up like that way when you overregulate here's the thing with free open economy and a free market is these companies become what some of them will become just because poor management what not somebody comes up with something better.

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"paris london" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"paris london" Discussed on KKAT

"The frustration the idea that wasn't broken in 2015 they were just fine i've been around the world i've got friends who live all over the globe and they'll tell you you are few places than it's okay that's better than than you know the average place put a lot of times you'd have places like madrid paris london it's like dsl but everybody's got the same so that's great where they do have but then you go to someplace places they don't have that net neutrality and you're like lithuanians you've got highspeed internet access i couldn't believe it's frustrating it is but it's the rules the rules became overbearing like in a lot of things and you're sitting there going it wasn't broke before why did you try what we wanna make everything fair and that's the word you're gonna hear over and over and over and over again and i love the headlines the internet as we know it is dead was it mad max before the original mad max at the last one was it was it is vast wasteland of nothing this did you not where you're not able to get on the internet i was in two thousand fifteen i don't know about you as soon to be toothless fcc is handing the keys to the internet over to a handful of multi billion dollar corporations but you make it harder for anybody to build up like that way when you overregulate here's the thing with free open economy and a free market is these companies become what some of them will become just because poor management what not and so he comes up with something better they're went out would you overregulated they're not.

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