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"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

04:02 min | 7 months ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"So you understood okay. Yes christian porter is working on a holiday and guess he's in charge of a religious freedom bill so this was from the pulling paints dan package district a christian quotas religious privilege. Bill is still alive. While he's on ripest leave. The bill is being looked after by his trusty sidekick anti trains conspiracy theorist senator. Amanda strike a so according to alice. Delory she's been holding meetings and teleconferences with stike halls about the bill since becoming assistant minister to the attorney general in december. Let's wiring She's an unbelievably pretty christian privileged. Only religious elders. Yes not not believing. Stakeholders is i think. The scientists have had a call from maine style. Dining they'll get one foundation saying today. We guy they seem to be argument. You like did that. One pool or that distal. It'd before the religious discrimination bill. I am concerned about as you know. I don't think people have any particular obstacles to practicing their religion in this country. And i certainly wouldn't give them any special privileges. Polling pence down was still alive. Right right that's going back a few years to win. Pauline hanson was in the queensland. Parliament wasn't when she got to explain. I didn't know in polling paint. Stan are you can predate now. you're just saying. Please explain good news for you. So i was doing some research for the usa. Temp citing and the the prayers issue so praised before council meetings. Praise before stipe. Palmer them for in the. We'll sex what we have to clarify. Wish me luck. Have some sort of tough. Here's the good news bad news so the bad news is actually do anything about praising stipe power because it turns out that law courts can't till the stipe palm and had to conduct its so that's none non justiceable area but a little because i rang up loot beck samba. Luke's guy who's the constitutional law expert on the separation of church and state so restaffing. He's involved with the consecutive and the rationalists and ninety stuff so i reached out to him and he was very good in accommodating and guide me time and is but what he did sign. Was that with local councils in australia. They're excellent prospects for stopping praise in local councils. And it's not even going to need to rely on the discrimination angle because it works like this this been cases in the yucai based on common law. And what it says that. If you having a council meeting you can only do in that meeting. What you authorized to do by law and if you're holding council meeting you are only authorized to run. I meeting for the administration of council and praise are not part of the administration of council therefore cancelled just has no power to actually say a prayer. It's not part of council business. Void cannot relevant council business date so it's cooled on the acting. Ultra faris and you don't even have to be a sightedness to make this complaint..

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"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

03:54 min | 9 months ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"Science. Well that's fine. I'll turn up next week in my pink triangle in shelhah three cheese four one nation senate pauline hanson. Whose slammed the plane pine. If you might have be mind you don to be together. I'll i drag it out for two or three she said you've got to cause more grief and pine. Sometimes it's better to finish and move on with your life has point hanson. Ever said anything more sensible in hurlock. Cool she sounding imminently sensible loved. Look east's pull you send through spiked and spectator articles. All the time. And just to prove the i d look at them. Thank you both three them. Thank you this one. Handy listener from sparked meharry medical students in new zealand. A father my compliant. A because he's hardworking son. Had a very high score at academic school was turned down for admission at medical school in new zealand. And according to this spite article. And i haven't been able to confirm these exact numbers but anyway he's what i said in two thousand twenty. The medical school had two hundred two places available thirsty students.

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"pauline hanson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:59 min | 11 months ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Expense accounts but it by special investigator. Johnny dollar to paramount insurance adjusters hartford connecticut. The following is an accounting of expenditure is during my investigation of the henderson matter. Sheriff holton agree that there was enough of a doubt about the circumstances. Prior to george henderson's accidental death to war on an official reexamination of all the facts. He promised me the police would start an immediate investigation. That was all needed. I know mrs henderson would be re questioned and that the pressure would start to build up fourteen hours later. When tim connors arrived in culver. I had some pressure on my own. Johnny what the best thing we can do now is move in denial liability on the grounds that the accident is not proved. Suppose mrs henderson souza's then the burden of proving that her husband's death was accidental. Would be on her looked him. Contrary testimony under oath henderson didn't have a drink that morning. he died all right. She made a mistake. He had a heart attack got dizzy and tumbled out of the window. He wasn't drunk on talk nonsense. Tim listen to me. Mrs henderson was ready for the carnage jerry. A couple of days ago and she was ready for my questions. When i saw yesterday the only one she wasn't ready for. Was you a few days ago when you found a long distance you said she hung up on you. She half apologized to me for that but it was. Because you couldn't think of anything to say. Maybe you're right. Suppose he did died accidentally and suppose it is just insurance. I tell you what isn't the fact that she made a mistake testifying about him. Having a drink and johnny dean three things instinct experience and statistics. Pauline hanson's a young woman. She married a wealthy older man with him out of the way. She has all his money and all her youth And i'm going to phone the company so i can find phone. Tell him. I'm working for evidence in the best way to get. It is to bring this henderson out on the yelp on file a complaint against her. What judge suspected murder on johnny. That gets us in all kinds of trouble. Remember the drink. Tim henderson didn't have the drink. I will have to have more than atoms. Sorry.

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"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"Name them Tell me at a specific instance of the fraud all well. I heard it's a lighter shade. Well these people say. I've seen hundreds of cases on social media site nine stream media won't tell you you have to look elsewhere. These sorts of comments that are coming through the like it seriously. Lightning and the the number of people on that sky. News facebook page. Who are totally into this. Nonsense are ustralian should data. I just but i'm scared by it when you say you think it could happen here in my mind i think. Pauline hanson is about the closest that we would have to some one like bolt. Look how well she did. In the st elation. Well exactly terribly she would. I think they won one seat in queensland if it was five percent of the vote my point is we look at the us election and these allegations of fraud guy completely knots and i look at it and hang anybody except this nutty situation. I k- american subjected to a lot of propaganda. I guess i guess if you just tuned into fox news all day you could be brainwashed into thinking it but i just look at these australian commentators and i think you've got no excuse for this like i. Just it frightens me that australians could fool for this so if a similar sort of demagogue timeout and say destroyers elections off then you could get a similar. It'd be surprising. Number of people could agree with mr p. thing is. I don't wanna say now because he's very litigious on okay. Well the yellow man. He's he's cashed up like donald trump has similar very ultra conservative ideas. Doesn't it well if doesn't like taxes doesn't like constraints on business if if a crazy guy got in charge of the liberals and lost an election and climbed election for would lump. Siamese surprise about how many people suddenly great with the idea. Because don't forget you know. Even if it's one percent of people crazy knossos in australia. There's still two hundred thousand people that's a lot of likes on facebook is also. This is exaggerating. What you say so you can have a very noisy minority. That's a tiny fraction. Yeah just because of the size of the population seems like a lot of people right. So i wouldn't be overly concerned that these not legs again take control Because i think they're all relatively small numbers of them I agree on. And i just think skull on us at this point has relatively small rage. But i've got to really rabid following from what i've seen and give them. I've another knees damage do so. Don't let him bury all right so News about a vaccine side. Drug company has announced that early. Trials of a vaccine candidates suggested maybe ninety percent effective at preventing covid nineteen based on ninety four confirmed cases in a study that has enrolled forty three thousand participants across the us at five other countries..

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"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"He said he had a bit of a revelation trying to explain why people like Trump he just woke couldn't get why so many people like Trump and basically the Revelation he had was that Trump is Shameless, but he never pretends to be more money than anyone else. He doesn't show him other people for their or morals. So he's the opposite of Clinton's sort of basket of deplorables home. So he's not telling potential supporters that they are bad people. So that's an interesting comment. In fact, he treats everybody like that doesn't he he treats every month. Reaction, whether it's with a voter or the leader of a foreign country as a negotiation sort of you know, and he assumes that they play by the same rules as he plays and and that effectively if you can get away with it get away with it and there's nothing wrong with that. It's all about what you can get away with. Yes, and and he assumes everybody plays at the same time she does and and so you're right. He doesn't sort of draw moral, you know cast moral dispersions that other people because he assumes everybody is as corrupt as he is. So easy to imagine the poor working class in the Rust Belt who told that the deplorables yes and that they're racist and you know, the other terms like that by the Democrats is what they would perceive and then here's a guy who's basically never criticizing them along those lines. So, yeah, so that's off. Is it like it is is the and that was Pauline Hanson's drawcard. Yeah. Yes, and maybe it's a partial explanation why the greens have never really got passed around 10 per month because it's so moralizing about everything criticizing people people don't like being criticized down on pizza. So the Trump supporters are not feeling like they're criticized by Trump. It's an interesting observation. It is something to that so so I had always put it down to race the 4,000 and right that's red Nick religion Rust Belt, and now we'll add respect because these people feel disrespected by.

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"pauline hanson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"Not going to give you an answer as to who killed The Notorious BIG because we don't know it's kind of going to give you its theories. It's kind of going to give you it's sort of like information as to log Who was involved you heard the main players were in particular? There was a scandal that happened in the nineties in the late nineties with the Rampart Division. So the rampart Rampart was a division within the LAPD and it was a bunch of corrupt police officers who actually robbed banks and killed people and it was actually really bad. Yeah. Well their best show around it took hold the shield. Sorry Michael Chiklis like that was literally based off Rampart. They kind of like tie in like how what like what what ramp had had to do with the death of the meritorious big it's a good movie like, you know, like it is actually a a solid film. It doesn't really have a lot to say though, like, you know, like I'm more interested in the character of Russell Poole wage. Then I am then I am the actual story cuz I think I think this is actually a really good performance by Johnny Depp like, I mean, he's solid dude, like and I iron rush to Johnny Depp's. Hey, you know wage Never paid so he's a good actor. I think his best role is probably Jacksboro. Like I don't think he's the greatest actor of all time. I don't know how he's famous. But I'm just you know, whatever he thought whatever he died a bloody death in nightmares. That's it. Like like, you know, I guess just it's an okay movie. It doesn't give you any answers or anything. It's it's it's fine. I don't know again. I don't know why they're delighted and I don't know why they decided to relate to right now. It's there's nothing very memorable about the way it's shot. Oh the way it's scored. It's more the interplay between Johnny Depp and Black Forest Whitaker that you're kind of they're four and you know, like just whatever theories the movies going to kind of give you as to how the Notorious BIG was murdered. You know, it does. Like I said, it does factor into packs wage kind of like murder as well in Las Vegas, but it's more interested in than Taurus by Jays. It's yeah it it from that angle if you're interested in it. It's an interesting watch and it's it's in our way. It's wrong. Play as terrible as I guess the delays make it seem to be because I remember talking about this trailer a long time ago. We talked about a while ago. I remember what it was but I watched another movie I begin to park cuz it's like a million of them and I remember watching it and then like the next week the trailer for this drop. Yeah. I'm like, oh, I'd love to see that and find you watch that offer exclusive. I'm pretty sure I kind of wrote called unsolved or something. I didn't realize it was like fuck you better than me rocker. But yeah, so it's it's good. They're like check it out. I think maybe maybe kind of wait for it to come to streaming during rush hour to go to the movies running for it's it's fine. It's okay following review. Let's move on ladies and gentlemen get you a g a scamming is hope they're ready because we're going to talk about Borat subsequent movie film. I release movie so much more out the great shame to cut off. But now I was instructed to carry out secret mission off, but they say no it's not made people make recognize my face. I would need disguises this fantastic screw off almost sixteen when I will take this to me yesterday to like American man. Yeah. This is a good run from what are your thoughts on the new Borat doesn't live up to the hype. I mean there wasn't much hype. I mean, like I said earlier when your family found out about this movie a month ago, right? I mean like, you know, it's not wage. I didn't think there's there's like it's it's it's kind of like I've been waiting since 2006 of this movie. I don't think that's kind of like a thing like, you know, it's it's good. It's actually really good. I thought I think wage I think my positives are going to be your negative which is like actually run really curious. No idea what I got some out their thoughts. I'm going to fly. I think I'm Sharon Cohen quite clearly has a political agenda and it's not like that is not a it's not a negative because he's he's kind of put it on Front Street like, you know, like he's he very quietly on social media and press it in press conferences. Like, you know what you're getting yourself into when you're watching Borat and especially this poor at it is using comedy as a way to expose the dark the deep deep deep dark recesses of American culture and it's always been like that really he's always been like that but like a here is kind of like hiding because you know, the movie ends with vote now or you will be execute them. And you know, I think I think that's the kind of gist of it. Right like, you know, like this is this like, you know, we kind of like guessed it, you know considering that Amazon is releasing this just days before wage. Action, so we kind of like had a had a feeling that it was going to be a somewhat incendiary film and it was in San Diego because the day that I came out we heard about the Giuliani thing, you know, that's all it was all over the press. It was all over the years and then I sat down and watched it and that Giuliani thing is wild like decide lace and you know like it is it's just a moment in the film that will make you feel uncomfortable. But I think this movie is intentionally made to feel people uncomfortable. I've read some reviews and you know, there's a like we actually show know, like the guy that we had on for cinemablend, you know, like for like he was talking about on this podcast. He's like I watched the movie my cousin. He's a Critic right? So he's talking about his review and he's like I watch the movie and then like I checked the item day to say what filming locations they were and it was filmed in South Dakota, which is where he is, you know, he's just like he's just like man like this is this made me feel so uncomfortable dog. In the best way possible because it's all unfiltered and true and I'm just like yeah, I guess you know, if I was living in the United States, I would feel uncomfortable as well. If someone were to make a film like this in Australia and exposing the deep dark recesses of Australia and you know, the racial racial issues that we have because we do have them and the I guess the the issues that we have and things like that it would make us feel uncomfortable and I think this is going to have a scene where we take what's the name Pauline Hanson to a very similar situation has exactly so I think this is a solid movie. I think it's I think it's hilarious at points. I think the Mike Pence moment was absolutely wild wage. I will like Mike Pence will forever haunt my dreams because just that Death Stare that he gives like Borat dude like as he is like standing on the podium that is horrifying but dead. I think it's a solid movie and I do want to shout out the actress that plays Borat daughter. I think she was great man, like, you know to to hold your own against Sacha Baron Cohen, but not only that in a movie where people are coming for Bora like people are not coming for the daughter. They're coming for Borat and to kind of like take over mostly take-out concept of like the conversation because she's an actress. She's an amazing actress Maria bakalova is her name. She is emotionally has an emotional call like you know, she is off the way a character is written is really deep and I was not expecting it like this is supposed to be a fucking gross-out comedy and it's just not it's just it didn't totally had no right to be as deep as it did and it just killed it. I just want to point out the like, you know, he came being responsible for Coronavirus was was a truce earn would be hilarious dog. Yeah, and and also, I'm pretty sure that's actually him talking to Tom Hanks. Yeah, granted it in front of like a green screen. But Tom Hanks like did that interview with him off the bat so good. I loved it. But actually I love this movie. I will be watching it again. I watched the original couple of days before as well just to kind of refresh myself. Yeah..

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"pauline hanson" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"They are. The kind of the they're kind of equally distributed. If you looked at the number of voters in terms of actual numbers of who voted for what and really the gravity of the country of the United States could go one way or the other. Depending on how we ended up showing up and having. This. Discourse. So. If more noise I guess goes to protectionism than that is going to shift the tipping point if more knows goes and expression goes to inclusivity in world centric views and. Really working on that, then that will shift tipping point. That's a very simplistic view and there's a lot of other global issues that will come into play with this and yet here is the opportunity for us as individual leaders is. How are we going to shape the tipping point? which way are we going to help build the gravity? Are we going to do it in a way that puts us? US versus them kind of duality. Protectionism way of going about things that are we going to do it as an inclusive perspective that we're all in this together and we need to work for more. Cohesive collaborative compassionate world. I kind of vote for the latter I believe that we can actually build a better world when we work in it together. So I'm stumping up to bat for that side of things you like and I hope that you might consider doing the same. Another perspective I read on facebook by sending Wigglesworth and Cindy, wrote this great book called S Q twenty, one twenty-one skills of spiritual intelligence, which is really about advanced emotional intelligence. and. People were waiting for her and asking her to put her perspective on the election results and I. Think she had an excellent. Summary, and she said, you know this is really an opportunity for us to explore shadow. Because a lot of what was expressed through the trump campaign is shadow like. Perspective where we what do we mean by shadow? It's dark side of our human nature when we express hate towards another person or another. Culture or another country this is our shadow side. Hate is the shadow of love. And it doesn't de legitimize that sentiment. It is something that is within all of us and yet as integrated people, we can choose whether or not. We want to live through hate or live through love. And so as we see, the shadow sought of ourselves being given a lot of airtime. And attention through the trump campaign, and now that he's president or. president-elect story. Now that that he's very visible this the weight of authority. May Give it more legitimacy, which is what most people who are against the chump ideals are concerned about is that racism and sexism and? I'm. Making, it okay. To assault women. All that is being given airtime and visibility in the weight of authority and a presidency is what people are afraid of. We'll give licensed to shadow to become vindicated. and. I think what Cindy talks about is that when we bring shadow to be looked at in full light as opposed to hiding it under the carpet or letting it just bubble as an undercurrent. Then gives us an opportunity to really confront it and to deal with it and to ask ourselves is this the kind of world we want to live in. And This is now front and Center for all of us, I think when the? Political discourse was more on the Democrat. It's democratic side. There was an assumption that this was the better way of doing things you know to be inclusive to be accepting. And yet, there's a huge amount of shadow play which is based on. Black and white perspectives and so on. So this opportunity to explore shadow to bring it to life surface it to address it is the opportunity in this election I believe. So that, we can actually talk openly that yes people do have these kinds of fears of the other. Racism is basically born from the fear of the other and seeking to blame others for circumstances, and it's all come at of fear fear of loss fear of. Being left behind, we see this in the Brexit vote. We see this in the election of Pauline Hanson and the One Nation Party here in Stralia. So, what can we learn from all this and I think probably the critical thing as leaders is that we need to meet people where they are. So it's so easy to be disparaging and dismissive. Certainly I know I find that as an easy default going there just crazy lunatics. On an educated. So and so's in not a very helpful perspective that is actually not an inclusive perspective at all. So as leaders I think we need to meet people where they are, and if that person shows up as someone who has racist who is racist we need to understand what's driving that fear of the other etcetera does not mean that we condone it. Or that we accept that perspective necessarily as acceptable, we need to understand it I though. Homophobia also is based on the desire to impose order on the world have rules for things to be black and. That's acceptable. That's not acceptable not. Desire to have rules is a fundamental desire for safety when we have rules and makes people feel safer means like we understand how the world works. This is how it this is how it works. Now what the problem is with that of course is that it makes some people right and some people wrong and we don't want to do that. So. We don't WanNa make people right or wrong? The problem with having black and white rules is that when you? When you live and see the world as a rainbow you are on the outer and then we have divisiveness and we have exclusion, which is not how we build A. Prosperous dynamic inclusive, robust, and resilient society. So anything that's divisional is actually exclusive exclusion. Exclusive and that does not help us build anything successfully. So what can we learn from this maple meet people where they are stand perspective not necessarily condone it and then we can help deal with the root issues. So of the root issue around Homophobia racism is fear. Then let's talk to that fear. Let's park the negative expression of fear and look to help to reassure people that an inclusive society is actually a safer society than one that is exclusive. That's where we can focus leaders. The other thing I think we can learn from this is that we never win an argument by making other people wrong. been and argument you're wrong and think, oh yeah, you're absolutely right. I come around to your way of thinking the more that we say you're wrong wrong wrong. The more people get defensive and entrenched in their views. So we can't make people wrong. We actually need to look beyond their argument and strive to see the human being underneath. Or behind. The vitriol. Now, this is extraordinarily difficult when what's coming out of the human beings. Mouth is something that we find a parent in terms of the expression of the ideas and the sentiment behind it, I e racism or homophobia whatever it is. To reach for that place where we can see the human being behind the vitriol. Is An exercise in deep compassion..

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"pauline hanson" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

Shares for Beginners

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

"Good I am moving back to shares for begins on Phil Muscat Eli now before we start with today's guest. I just wanted to have a quick word with you about the listener survey page on my website. I've been directing listeners to give me feedback and to get some more information about you, but what I'm finding is that I've got no way of responding to you so I'm going to be shutting down that survey and I just wanted to recklessness. If they wanted to continue the conversation, we've got a new facebook discussion, group and shares for. For beginners, all lower case one way, and we can all start chatting. There's bad seventy or eighty members there right now, and we'd love to welcome you along to learn a bit more. The other thing I just want to point out is a lot of people asking me questions as though on some kind of, but now I'm not an expert what I'd really love people to do when they contributed to. The page is to have a question. That I've answered for themselves to bring that to the group as well because we're all trying to together. Back today's podcast, I'd like to welcome out guest. He's been on the podcast before. Michael Day of Pythagoras investing good Michael I feel hey got good. Sorry to put you through all that having to listen to that. Promo, we're trying to get listeners to do some work. That's excellent. That's a good idea because that's the why we landed. You are I'm not. So Michael This conversation. We're about to have came about because we were chatting about the future. I'd been speaking with. A broker who's also been a guest on previous episodes of this podcast. We were both in furious agreement about the disastrous long-term economic effects of covid, nineteen in the lockdowns are then spoke with your Michael, and you had a more positive view about markets despite the economic repercussions in gloom. Michael. Please explain Gosh. That's a pauline Hanson reference. Look. To say that I was positive on the economy wouldn't be entirely correct, but the reality is that the stock market is not the economy and we have to understand that and separate those two concepts. Now when we were speaking, it was I was actually far more comfortable with what I'd seen of. Let's call it the other saw. And what that means is I had drawn a great amount of comfort in the prospects of recovery. And in that stock markets can draw great comfort. And Win they draw comfort shape process. Begin to rise now. I think even in that conversation I, said to you. I expect the numbers in terms of economics and earnings to fall, and I still expect that. But you've seen as I, have a bottoming of the market. which was about the twenty third or fourth of March from four thousand? Just before we got on here, we should Tom Stamp. They step aside that were recording on Tuesday June second twenty twenty second day of winter, absolutely so we were talking, wrote about the end of March, and for me I had a very good understanding of which tron was up to, and the Chinese economy was starting to come out of lockdown and. The notion I had in my mind at that moment was I could see no better place to invest in the world. But it also gave me a leading to understand what an economy would begin to look like once covid nineteen had passed. So, it gave me the confidence to be optimistic, even knowing that the economy was going to get worsens and stupid I will. So. That's why I had five Rydell level of optimism I knew in the middle of March that we couldn't see the down. We couldn't see the ABSO-, and the markets were accelerating quickly on the downside as soon as we got a grip on what was going to be. That's when markets turned, so it's really important difference to think about an economy versus a market. Now if we add to that. I'm sure you would know. But twenty six percent of the top two hundred stocks by market white is in banks. And not only that Itin sent in Maynas and thirteen percent in one company in the healthcare sector, Cold Commonwealth Serum laboratories will see so. So when not looking at a mimic of the economy, we are really looking at a very artificial instrument, so that probably explains a little bit more. Of while I was able to be more optimistic, even knowing that stock markets overshoot by that I mean they go to positive and I go to negative. So that's way we were at that stage, so even banks markle I mean. Look at the trouble that banks seem to be going into and if housing process crash that's GonNa have a terrible effect on the share. Price of banks isn't. So, I'm not a big lover of banks at the moment, the pressure that haven't mentioned this before. The pressure brought to bear from the government on the banking sector means that the banks again have to cop more bad debts. and. There's an old adage that says if you're gonNA, have a disaster. You might as well have a big one. And by the banks, estimating the house process will be down. Twenty thirty percent, and then making provision against the Prophet in one year. It seems to me that they're having a bad.

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"pauline hanson" Discussed on "Global Leadership with Greg Parry"

"Global Leadership with Greg Parry"

11:44 min | 1 year ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on "Global Leadership with Greg Parry"

"Hi I'm Greg. Perry talk to you today about global leadership. Don't want to introduce you to a new concept of mine. Open you to you. But it certainly relatively new to me. And that's the concept of xenophilia. A word that describes an attraction for interest in things that a culture that a different interesting people and cultures and and behaviors related to cultures. That are different to our own the opposite of xenophobia. But I'm sure given the recent focus of this in the media you'll be very well aware of this word to be on site for me. I'd never heard of the word of xenophobia until the late nineties. Xenophobia was a word that was introduced to my vocabulary because of an interesting Controversial figure Apolo an emerging politician named pulling Hanson. What happened in the late nineties? Is that she. Her popularity grew when she had a focus against immigration. She wanted to reduce the amount of Asian immigration into Australia. She was also critical of the Aboriginal Tar. Strata all in commission Aboriginal Organization. Who was WHO TRIES TO SUPPORT ABORIGINAL PEOPLE IN AUSTRALIA? And many other things as well certainly She was provoking conversations about cultural and national identity. She was interviewed by a sixty minutes. Reporter Tracy cure and these topics and she basically set pull enhancing up in in a situation that drew lots of public attention. She asked Pauline Hanson if she was xenophobic and it was probably no surprise. That didn't know what the woods in phobic meant. So she replied. Please explain and that catch phrase please explain now has become very popular and it's been a useful a lot of comedy and sending up pulling Hanson over. The years is still popular today. I don't want to get involved in a discussion about politics but I just do want to say that that interesting time when pulling was particularly prominent in those late nineties and the cons and this discussion about xenophobia did provide us all the talk a lot about national identity and cultural identity. It provoked us to talk about what it was to be an Australian and people had very different views about that The the common mass media view mode of being at the time that it was about you know people are of Anglo Saxon British origin rather than the aboriginal people who originally inhabited the land. That was a lot of discussion about immigration. And what it meant to be a strain whether you whether you were born on the shores or you immigrated as well so a lot of discussion of arguments about national identity and certainly this concept. The xenophobia was talked about a log. These fear of difference the fear of out of people that look different to us the fear of people that had a different cultural identity to us the fear of people that spoke another language. So I really appreciate the concept of xenophilia which is the opposite. It means I have sympathy for a strange eight means to have an affection for unknown or foreign things to be attracted to understanding other cultures. And I really do find that very interesting. Certainly if we think about the history of the world we we would know that xenophobia. Fear of the unknown is a is a primitive behavior that was meant to keep people safe backing. If we go back to the caveman days. We think about us being quite tribal and anyone. That wasn't a pot about tribe was a threat if we came across someone in the jungle or out in the desert or in the mountains of wherever we were who we had never met before automatically a threat. Because I went pot about Dr Farrow dramatically. Some we should feel because that would dangerous to us and the instinct was to kill them. The instinct was to protect ourselves by defending out territory because anyone not an asteroid was automatically threatened. I would kill us. Kill be killed so certainly goes back to too many generations before us. Well of course it's twenty twenty now. I think it's time to think differently. It's time for us to be more open about difference and for us to understand difference. The truth is in a phobia in many really is about being naive. It's about not understanding difference if we believe a lot of what see on social media and we see in the movies that tends to be a highlight on things that are different because it's it provokes conflict provokes interest movies aboard and if we don't have conflict and it would seem the social media and the news is also fairly simple and boring if we don't follow differences as well so xenophilia. We certainly attractive to me because it really. It's about having an interest and an attraction for difference rather than seeing the threats that sit behind it. Sadly historically in a five year has been roff because we have understood difference. Let's take for example religions. There's an automatic conflict between religions because people religion is really a way a way of thinking and we bought be threatened by people who think differently to us. We feel like that. That's a threat to our belief system. A THREAT TO OUR WIND fundamentals. And again if you if you follow mass media social media you might end the here. The extremes of different religions you might need the extremes of Christianity. You might hear the extremes of office lung and not really understand that. The religions are pretty similar in in many respects in terms of how people behave and how they spend every day The general behind is a not that radically different but we would tend to The differences to separate ourselves from same. We highlight differences so that we can make ourselves feel different and separate from others. And that's a natural thing for people to do offer up in in regional style the sunshine coast and to be honest. I didn't spend a lot of time with people that were different to me in that pot of Australia. Most people look just like me. Most people have similar origins to me. I had friends that have different colored skin but not many friends that had different cultural background. I had Aboriginal friends I had an aboriginal cousin. That tobacco's didn't have many friends or didn't know many people that were Asian or from all the different countries of the world. I'd certainly didn't spend very much taller. People spoke another language to me. My best friend was done so I met him when I was about twelve years of age. He didn't speak very good. English and I definitely spoke another language. So I guess he was my first introduction to someone who was culturally different but in but he's culture not that radical radically different tomato in his food is a little bit different. And of course maybe. Some of these ideas were different but we both kids Beyond that thought to be fail grew again. I grew up a very margin escon of environment a place when people were relatively same and I think that's the same for many people in Australia outside major cities. It's natch for people to feel the difference because that had experiences of we make up things on our head. We tend to listen to the extremes of difference rather than understand what is the sign and xenophobe is is sadly to natural for the reasons I just described before and I really look forward to a Tom Wins. Then affiliate was more natural attraction of motivation. To understand. Difference is the net through default position. I think we'd have certainly a much more healthier world so if just followed the social media and mass media we modest seem xenophobe risk quite. Rothwell well to be fair. I've traveled in fifty nine countries. Fifty countries of the wolf and of lived in six different countries now for significant periods of taunt. It's been my experience that people have always been very supportive and welcome in of me. I must admit I've certainly been treated well is been times on. I've been in countries like China or and haven't had a common language that people have seen me confused or not sure what to do and they've they reached out and tried to help and support me through charades and and variety. Different means means we've been able to communicate with each other and they've been outta help me out but to be honest it's probably also because always a Wad Australian Personal My background tends to together a lot. More support than people have maybe different skin or different cultural origins as well but again. I want to say that personally. I haven't experienced racism xenophobia. The same as other people have done so and also would like to think that most of the world is not. Hey thinking most of the world's very welcoming most of the world is very supportive of difference but I think we need to take some big steps forward certainly if the pandemic crosses toward US anything. We've understood very very quickly. How dependent countries our upon each other? We know that the pandemic crosses has a could because the started in one particular location at this point believe it started in China in a particular city. Things are still unclear about it sergeant and how it spread but we probably know that it spread rapidly because people move from country to country. We went back one hundred years ago. Wouldn't have spreads so rapidly because we didn't travel so much so we certainly need to understand that that as we travel more the world has become smaller. The virus has spread so so quickly because the world is much smaller than it used to be in terms of transport and technology. We also know that it's affected. Our economy is badly and it's the economy's dependence on each other country to country that have certainly sent the the world's economic crosses very very foss we neither particularly the Misha countries but all countries of the world when things go wrong financially other countries experience as well so that interdependence is so so powerful so we've we've probably when we think about xenophilia and the attraction to cultural differences. We probably get warm and fuzzy think how wonderful it would be that cultures to work better together. We'll surely there are some other reasons. Now why we should accelerate this plan. There are some functional reasons why why countries should work better together. There are some reasons why countries will be more effective in solving the economic crisis if they work together with better trade relationships with better ways of managing economies surely we can accelerate plans to get the economy back on track surely with scientists across countries sharing dot or any information. We can solve this health crisis much foster so again moving out of the woman fuzzy. Some functional reasons why we should work hotter and affiliate. We should work harder at having different cultures and countries working together for mutual benefit. And I think it's really important but we.

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"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

16:24 min | 2 years ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"This Reuter who is Jonathan Chi. Says that hasn't been a new major airport constructed in the United States. It's naughty naughty. Five Friends of mine on who they recently in California just were shocked by the sight of of the roads in the highway system. You can just tell it's dilapidated di-did and falling apart because money is spent on it The J. P. Morgan Chase see Jammie Demon recently said about the US side. We are unable to build bridges. Were unable to build airports out in a city. School kids are not graduating. It's almost embarrassing. Being an American citizen. And there's all sorts of reasons why but the BICYC- answer is that the American public sector just doesn't have the money required to pay for the stuff at night to do taxes too low so the only are we. CD ranks its members. Several expert and United States comes in full to last textbook and twenty five point nine percent substantially less than the always eighty average. Thirty four point two so as a comparison between the US and Canada the Reuters. It's quite simple. When Canadian governments need more money that rise taxes can either not thrilled when this happened? But as justice Oliver Wendell behind junior put it taxes. The price paid for civilized society among American Roy. By contrast the conversation about taxes often stains infused with magical thinking specifically it is imagine that even severe in abruptly implemented tax cuts will serve to actually increase government revenue. This is this whole supply supply side theory. It doesn't work. It's been debunked so an article because he makes the point that the life in Canada him he pays ten percent more tax the US but the universal healthcare is world class public schools as a social safety net. Liz Infrastructre like these. He's of things with pine four in d listener. What point is not just screwing decay system? They're gonNA start on L. Welfare system not so long ago it was earlier in Geelong along by the Daily Telegraph part of the Murdoch. Stable of Piper's put at at a future shock front page which was meant to be life. One hundred is after the election action of Shorten Library government so it was sort of a fake front-page pretending to be one hundred years down the track underlie the Front government in the end of starting what was happening in the world and it was doing on the basis of these terrible things that where we're a nail happening. Why was us for having a shoe wouldn't live at government? But these are the things I listed included on the list of alleged indicators of looming I'll paint dystopia was the fact that businesses wouldn't get a tax cut under Labor penalty. Right cuts for work would be overturned and the top marginal rate for personal tax would be higher. Schools would get more money. We would be more ambitious. On renewable energy banks would be subject to a a real commission and same sex marriage be legalized with EILLY. Telegraph was putting. That forward is all bad. Things is probably my straight. As would've they say good when looking at it so it's just an example of mid on Christ he's out of touch with what's really needed here and instill on this. We've got an article from Russ Gittens Brisbane Times along I will economist and He's quieting Ben Banenky former chairman of the US Federal Federal Reserve who gave a speech titled When Growth Is Not Enough and so this is a former champion of the Federal Reserve in that speech. The first thing he mentions or says is a war going. TRAINED IS STAG Nick. Stagnant earnings things for the median worker since nineteen seventy non real output per person in the. US I has expanded by cumulative. Eighty percent ain't in it. During that time median weekly earnings of full-time employees fulltime workers have crowned by only seven percent. In real terms comes in almost all that growth is explained by how I just and working out for women for Mile Wick is real medium Liam weekly earnings have actually declined since nineteen seventy nine. I mentioned earlier about the ability to move through the social classes. Will that's declined in America and again from this been banenky speech. Ninety percent of Americans born in the nineteen forties would eventually earned more than their parents did but I only fifty percent of is born in the nineteen eighties could end up any more than their parents so it used to be the norm. I've a whelming late. Nine nine out of ten would end up any more than parents down to fifty fifty a couple of other things. He he mentioned this worrying trends in the US increasing social dysfunction and political alien nation distrust of institutions nations etc.. Is that so. That's big problems coming from the right wing And the answer will the next question is will. What is the lift doing in the world in response to this and and there's an article which I really thought what providing is basically signing will suggesting that it's in America America's Kayce? It's almost too light and listen to. This is an Australian podcast. I now reading on a bed America on doing it because we follow them inside many wise and the influences from them I I hear hype sort of indicated a sort of show these as possible future scenarios for us us and we just going to make sure that we head for the Star Trek version and not the Matrix version. Where we'RE GONNA go to here thinking about my so at the risk of being even more? US centric in this particular episode. Let's have a look at this particular article which says I'm talking about what what's the lift doing. What can it do? And this article is titled On Rural America Understanding in the problem in the aftermath of the election of Donald Trump. A common theme was the Democrats filed to understand what working working class fly America by fly with. I mean people never actually travel roy in the states. They just fly from nothing to say that fly of sites near the pool are traditionally Republican states in the Yeah so what this character person is saying in. His article is that trump's a he or shame but it's quite clear to me that he or she with me for saying see if I can say Cillian ninety nine and the article apologies. I'm just GONNA assume a shea and see what happens. She grew up up in rural Christian White America in a flyover state and actually out to God because he speaks his lighter on a bad dieting. Girls L. side it's gone. Hey says the real problem isn't east coast elites not understanding or caring about rural America. The real problem is rural. America doesn't understand the causes of their situation and fees and they have no interest in Shawnee out. They don't want to know why I feel the lie to will what are struggling. Because I don't want to admit it is in large part because of the choices that might aide and horrible things that allowed themselves to believe. Sometimes when I think of these d listener with the sort of rural America acre flow ever states. I kind of think of Pauline Hanson supporters to a large extent just come to mind as the classic equivalent now trying scenario. Anyway he guys on. I grew up in rural Christian. One America the problem isn't that I'd I understand Stanley's people the problem is they dine understand themselves. What America in what America the Christian Christian God is king figuratively and literally systems built on a fundamentalist framework not conducive the introspection expection questioning learning or change? He says here. I've had hundreds of discussions with rural white Americans and whenever I present them any information that will contradict the entrenched beliefs. No matter how sound Helen questionable how obvious by will not ever enter time. The possibility it might be true. Their refusal is a result of the night of the fundamentalist godless belief system and the fact on the enemy. Because I'm an educated liberal at some point during the discussion that your education talking will be said derogatorily as genuine as a general January dismissal of everything. I've said they truly believe this is a legitimate response because to them. Education is not to be trusted. Nothing about them is very susceptible to propaganda rule. Christians White Americans have let in Anti Intellectual Anti Sant's bigoted racists into the system as experts. Because I tell them what they wanted to hear because I sell themselves as being one of them. The truth is that none of these people aretz on that rule Christians except Taylor can exploit them for attention and money since facts and reality Meta nothing you can. Side of them will alter their beliefs. President Obama was born in Kenya. Yeah he's a secret number of the MUSLIM BLAH Brotherhood heights water Americans and is going to take away the guns I mean I just see that fact and is do you know what does China the beliefs of fundamentalist sometimes and something becomes personal. Many of fundamentalists have China they minds about the LGBT cute community once they loved ones starts coming out the closet. Many have not have done side because of their personal experience coming to rick conflict with what I believe I agree with that. I think this It's been apparent Australia over. The thought that when people sons and daughters and nieces and nephews and grandchildren come out it has been guy then hardline Christian views start to wither ally. And I think I think the same will happen with voluntary euthanasia if people see enough palmful experiences of death it will become personal. But there's lots of issues in society that you just can't Mike personal you can't reduce to a personal level and the article bicycle says it's really saint unlikely that they're a wise to change the minds minds of those people so women reached that point yet. We've got a bunch of guys in charge of education system who heading in that direction. So we've got time in. We can do things. What can the lift do? What is it doing? What is the lifting Julia and worldwide will unfortunately unfortunately at this very moment it seems to me that the left is just fucking Iran with identity politics and ignoring the really shoes that are affecting the constituents that they should be looking after been following right helping earth that comment on that on the Kenan Malik blog and he wrote some interesting things actually and he made the point? That How many times has the guardian infamous? left-wing newspaper published a story that working class difficulties of the past a few years. I only to say it attract virtually no commentary or reaction of any Cohen whatsoever from a radio. The generally can't it's mass shot about anything. The silence in itself is proof of the extent and strength of class bigotry on the lift where identity politics completely dominates attitudes and discourse. I think he's done right if you were guardian article and aimed. We're just talking about issues of of the difficulties for working class. People caused by globalization. Ashen or things that you'll get virtually no comments but if you touch on the subject of identity politics well it'll be on the right light. Wing is happy with the identity politics to bite because it doesn't cost them anything and it allows the G. Signaling and a sort of a pine lous environment cy. This is an article from the chronicle by Walter Michaels and basically signed that cultural appropriation is a distraction. From a distraction from the real menace of inequality. 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Explainer 174: Who wants to climb Uluru?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:01 min | 2 years ago

Explainer 174: Who wants to climb Uluru?

"If there is a thing to be climbed some people will want to climate as George Mallory said of Mount Everest because it's there it's pretty much the human condition and it is not altogether yeah the discreditable U._S.. President John F. Kennedy was correct in his famous Rice University speech nine hundred sixty two to cite malary's existential quip as an articulation of the impulse which fifty years ago this week marched Apollo eleven towards the mood we choose to go to the Moan and this decay and do the other things not because they are easy but because they are none of which means however there is never a case for discretion indeed mallory himself might have wished takes a sized more of it shortly before perishing on Everest's upper slopes in nineteen twenty four in Australia. Such choices are about to be removed from visitors to Ullah Rue the mighty scarlet sandstone lump that sits at Australia's earliest heart climbing larue is to be banned before now climbing larue has been mealy disapproved of the rock is sacred to its traditional landowners the non Ngu people of Australia's. Northern Territory signs at Larue and page on the website of the Laura Carta Tutor National Park have patiently explained why the unknown Goo would prefer that visitors admire the rock from a distance. This is sacred site so they ask us it is not merely Larousse spiritual significance in and of itself that climates trampling-upon as the anger see it. It's a burden upon them when misfortune befalls visited to their land and such events are not uncommon to climb uluru is to ascend something three hundred forty eight meters toll in daytime temperatures often exceeding forty degrees Celsius at least thirty seven people have died on larue hundreds hundreds have been injured all of which is to say nothing of the erosion of the rock by millions of boot souls and the damage done to the surrounding environment by the dropping of rubbish and the inevitable consequences of the lack of plumbing generally associated associated with prehistoric monoliths. Most visitors have taken the hint much as courteous travelers cover the heads before approaching the western ball in Jerusalem and dress with appropriate modesty for other places of worship. The lucado Juta National Park authorities had long said they'd pull the plug entirely when the proportion of visitors who climbed dropped below twenty percent by one recent count fewer than fifteen percent of visitors to hula route. Were climbing it case. You would think closed except that certain sections of Australian public life increasingly displayed depressing tendencies towards the American habit of turning running every damn thing into a melodramatic new front in the culture war a conflict waged in Australia as in the U._S.. More or less exclusively in the imaginations of a few noisy and tedious crackpots and Yahoos onto this battlefield has stepped inevitably federal senator and indefatigable nitwits Pauline Hanson. I can't say the cultural sensitivity when people have been climbing the rock always use now I just doc. I don't get it in Senator Hanson's decades in politics. She has never seen stick. She was unable to grasp the wrong end of and her claim that closing Oulu Ruta climates is akin to closing Bondi beach. Two swimmers is an exercise in missing using the point formidable even by her rarefied standards Hanson's argument only merits consideration at all to the extent did it will as she is. Well aware turn a non issue into an issue which is the only thing thinks she's ever been good at one of Hanson's fellow Senators Mall Andy McCarthy a young woman from Baramula in the Northern Territory has sportingly offered to take Hanson to Larue and explain its significance but she should spare herself the company. In the trip we need to have constructive debate in this country very well informed bite and unto Senator Hanson gets the information in particular from the people these <hes> in the information that she's providing across crossed the country's nothing short of scanning really Hansson like populist rabble-rousers and their roused rebels elsewhere has no interest in being persuaded or indeed in persuading it's all about the drama and the noise and the rage of all the things in this world and in this life that one could choose to get round up about it is the custodians of natural wonder and national treasure taking action to protect it as he's there right and ending deed their responsibility. Nobody will be prevented from observing larue and marveling at it. Everybody will however be enjoined to respect it. boola ru will close to climates on October twenty six thirty four years to the day after it was returned to its traditional owners who endured along with dispossession and boorish climates more than a century of this sacred site being called as rock as it was dubbed in Nineteen seventy-three by the survey William Goss who named after meet of his depressingly a surge has been reported visitors to Larue apparently anxious to do what is mealy. Ill mannered before it becomes actually illegal. It would obviously be terrible.

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"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"First time boys scheme, but he's come up with. Yeah. Which? Have you ever heard of a more ludicrous policy in law? Well, I mean that was this into a conservative web of poed cast the other morning. It was on Monday morning, actually. And they said, you know, you could tell it was very bad idea. Because Bill shorten jumped on the story guess on for it. And the deal deal is now we've been explain it. So if the at the moment a first time boy needs a twenty percent deposit, which is what generally speaking date, unless they're gonna pay mortgage insurance Loggins insurance, which means if they default, the Bank is covered not the by the Bank is covered yet the buyer posed for that, even then you probably going to need a higher deposit. Then five percent what the Mars and government is said if a home first time buyers is they will provide a guarantee to the banks. The signing allow time boy to buy on five percent deposit in if tie file, then we will make up that fifteen percent of the loss component of your loss and said to encourage banks to sort of lend on a fought percent deposit. Merodon Scott, more or less. What is said, basically, it's a scheme to encourage first time buys to buy a house on a five percent deposit. Which says like a recipe for high risk. Locking in young millennials into alone. That is going to be impossible to new nearly impossible to repair diner Asli highly geared that they can't repay the whole point. If you've got ninety five percent of your value locked up in a mortgage, if you've got a correction in the property market, which were already seeing New South Wales, Victoria. Then you end up in negative territory very quickly. And this is I think very irresponsible Morrison government today. This we've already had, you know, this wasn't the first banking Royal commission, we've had banking enquiries and all that so stuff in the past. And I remember them very clearly being very critical of the banks lining money on five percent deposits enabled the government saying you can we're gonna under audit. Terrible scam to encourage risky landing on the banks pot and to encourage risky borrowing. Ski borrowing on the part of the millennials to ivory extend themselves. This from government, you know. Reports the leave it all up to the market forces as much as possible and doesn't want a wide increase for the. Childcare workers because that would be interfering in a market price. Is you happy to interfere in the housing markets. Also is already with the first. On is bonus all sorts of. And that's that didn't flight at the market. That's terrible. So this is going to do is just bad news all round except for one group. I deeply miss already I'm properties because inflate cross because naval just be more BAAs on the market and somebody suggested that we put a floor under the market as well. Although somebody I heard talking about it said may only eventuate to maybe ten thousand people across the strait while if ten thousand people. Ruined by this. Then it's ten thousand people shoot of it's terrible policy. It's just one of the worst things and the fact that the live potty jumped on board within. Instead, I we'll do it too was on the one hand incredibly. They threw caution cautioned totally to the wind. And they didn't even look at the details. They just get. We'll do it's a of this. I knew details on it's just been. It was described this morning on to grumpy heck's listening to buy one of them. I can't remember which one of them. He said that. It was as if this was a thought bubble not a properly thought-out policy, and it is reckless that the labor opposition jumped on it and said, yes, we'll do that. But they did that because they realize it was a populist policy that they didn't want to be left behind. So they had no choice, but to jump on it was clever politics. But it was a terrible publising. Absolutely. It was ridiculously fine son excuse to not do it. If I win in getting the payoff. That's terrible polcy anyway. Well, this the other thing too is auto Radi hood. Another podcast listening was riding on Monday afternoon. That was just in that because the property process have already come off so much in Sydney, Melbourne that it's probably not going to be necessary in that people were able to say about five percent could probably get on process. I think have come down that much southern Oregon that come into any percent raw. Right. But if you only had five percent of. One hundred dollars. And now you're going to have. Yeah. You still used to get a hell of a lot more money. I've done think it's going to get an evaporate the problem. But it he's one of those things that you can just think is probably not necessary. But what's the sort of average? If there is an average price for property in Sydney. Melbourne, I believe in Sydney, it's it's around eight hundred million eight hundred thousand to a million dollars. I think the pretty average sort of house these it's frightening and people to borrow on five percent goodness thankful for it. Millennials are being if you think this is one. Read I ever again by vitamin story. Take them on a it's a pain in the ass. But you just go sit there, and you're gonna save up to twenty percent diposal. I did it. It's a pain in the ass, but it can be done. Yeah. In anyway, it's got unit listed six nine on the Senate, and it was very bloody too. Because there were a lot of right wing. Not on. I've looked at the Queensland Senate ballot piper. It is frightening. The number of nutters on this on this ballot piper. The very first three on the Queensland Senate Roy's straw polling Hanson's one night Nigerian and United astrology party three number five involuntary medication objectives. So the anti vaccines an anti fluoride body. Go fries renting, we could astrology Bitta families, which is a right wing men's rights group strying conservatives, which is cord Benatti. Why deal pay which is virus Catholic action of the life of body catastrophic? Party the great ustralia party, another right-wingers, sustainable, astrology and right wing, eighty immigration love, astrologer eve society, more shooters, fishers, and farmers group. X I looked up and based on their preferences. Now, the right-wing party Liberal Democrats are Leo sort of libertarian banks and citizens electoral council who again based on their preferences. Another right wing party. Like, you know, you out in the scientist thing about Catta strategy and card. To us after the Catholic Stein. The cat is a strategy, Patty. You don't say anything about I gun toting? Win windows hats. So at one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirty four fifteen sixteen nutters on the Senate shape as opposed to one two three four five six seven eight nine ten would be acceptable. And I include the liberal national party in that. Yes. Take you on either that Senate type d listener and die before. Boy. Some of those does give you a perspective doesn't it on the Ellen? Please. They do look quite human in comparison with some of the others when you compare them to Fraser innings conservative national party in that is a real frightening. Outfit. But I do think really they'll get anyone elected. No. Well, they might get Frazier ending not. They can get many candidates. I am my that that Pomme can get simony candidates BAAs them doesn't have these people. Nice soul. Apparently. But look I saw video this afternoon. And it was somebody else put it this video up on a Facebook post that I regularly look at and it was a video of Fraser Ang? Welcoming one of these candidates to the fault. And it was for the seat that Pauline Hanson originally renting, what was that in roundups which? What's forget the name of the Oxley. Yes. So he's standing for sleep for Fraser innings. What do they call the conservative national party or something endings conservative national party? Anyway, phrase ranting standing in a park with this guy that both dressed in suits. Both look very respectable. But then the person who put this video together had recorded something else of the same guy on an earlier occasion. Or on just going to towns wearing Cussing out everybody he hated and they're all fucking this and fucking that. And he just sounds like a complete angry limited, you know, he's ex-army. And I don't know. I don't suppose that has anything to do it. But he's just a really angry man who seems to hate everybody and phrase roundings now got him running for. Sleep. Today

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Explainer 163: What is the One Nation party, and why wont it go away?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:49 min | 2 years ago

Explainer 163: What is the One Nation party, and why wont it go away?

"However, far from a stray Lear, you may be and however little attention. You are paying to the federal election campaign through which the country is putting itself it is nicer than that sometime before polls open on me. Eighteenth your consciousness will be clouded by the name of the one nation party. And if I've been invited to I want into my home, then I should have the right to have say in my country. This may indeed already have happened the characteristically ridiculous interview given this week to a stray in television by one nations, founder and leader Senator Pauline Hanson possessed much of the stuff of which global viral sensations are made scandal fast tears, and the always happening spectacle of those who make their living trading in sanctimonious rage getting their own tone in the pillory. Keep going up. No have no. Until two people. Don't. The central issue of this particular brouhaha was the release of footage, which showed a one nation. Senate candidate Steve Dixon patronizing a strip club in Washington DC and while so doing making a variety of misogynist and racist remarks. Mr. Dixon has now resigned an issue. The does not reflect the person I am apology customary on occasions on which a public figure has done or said something reflecting on the person the when I finish work, and I'll help you never drink when you finish work, but we all do. I'm gonna put my hand on my heart. Have run as a young man being to strip clubs. I've done a whole lot of things. Most young men have done in this country. This was very far from the first scandal surrounding personal conduct of someone associated with one nation, and any bookmaker would be delighted to take your bit on it being the lust for as long as the party has existed. One nation has been a powerful magnet for crackpots. Ding, bats and Yahoos. But and he is the important and somewhat terrifying. Part exist run nation still does after more than two decades of contributing nothing to ustralia public discourse. But division paranoia and stupidity. You come to country you live under constitution in the Lauren. If you wanna have four or five. Do you wanna mutilated children? And if you want to treat women with right disrespect, this many countries you can live in. But none of them cold Estrada poll suggests that perhaps five percent Australia plan to vote for one nation, which is about what they got last time out in two thousand sixteen enough for four Senate seats, although in keeping with one nation tradition. This was reduced to their present to by infighting and incompetence gloriously given one nations hostelry to immigration one. Senator Malcolm Roberts had to resign upon discovering that he was a foreign citizen. His replacement Fraser ending who preferred to sit as an independent earned a richly merited measure of global infamy earlier this year by blaming the Christchurch mosque massacre on its victims. This is my land and RBIs going here. I don't know of any other place. As much as now, just because you're an average will is a week excuse. One nation founder emerged onto a straight national political landscape in nineteen ninety six when a stray is liberal party, which is a strenuous conservative party chose her as a candidate for the Queensland seat of Oxley the liberals then un-chinese her when she wrote a letter to a newspaper suggesting legislative efforts to make amends to a stray Leah's indigenous people had gone too far Hansen won the seat anyway as an independent and launched one nation shortly afterwards in her maiden speech to parliament, she reiterated her fact defying proposition that indigenous Australians were getting an easy ride and further fretted at the prospect of a strenuous. Hansen has moved on since then via picturesque political and personal upheavals, including a prison term for a fraud conviction to quashed, plus the inevitable appearances on reality television. And at one point falling out with the party. She'd founded more recently, she has been burgling about a string beans, Muslims and illustrated her terror of this prospect by wearing a burqa into the Senate chamber atypically pure oil stunt for which she was fiercely denounced by stray Leah's, then attorney General George Brandis enter ridicule that community to drive corner to its religious Gavin's is an appalling thing to do. And I would ask you. Looking back own the wretched one nation story tonight. It's possible to see him as pioneers in as much as someone has to have bad ideas. I the populist convulsions which have beset the United States and Europe in this century. Have looked dismally familiar to straightens accustomed to one nation's feral nostalgia at visting xenophobia and in persecution complex, obviously for the two hundred nineteenth time they were on. There is another Moroccan scum makes the streets unsafe. Video can comb what Nina goes control of our borders and put in place a positive immigration policy. I'm by main we won't Australian style point system. It would be wrong to describe one nation as a failure at least on the tones. They have regrettably attracted disproportionate attention from the media too easily seduced by the shabby thrilled with being seen to poke a bear with a stick. And because of this have too often succeeded in dragging mainstream conservatives towards this warm, but one nation remain fundamentally marginal proposition for two reasons which should be absorbed as lessons by other countries. The first is a stray Leah's compulsory vote. A powerful insulation against extremist entry is this second is that institutional and or ideological idiocy has a way of canceling itself out eventually. Twenty four. I'm andrew.

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"pauline hanson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Over alleged race-based killing in New Zealand and the people here say they're scared. This could happen again. Ooh. From Tara also come acts of great love as the boys break into a him. Horan Christ Church has caused untold pain. It's also bringing people together. Steve McDonald reporting from Sydney letting this is obviously a very difficult area. I wonder what you take out of what you heard from Steven so many different viewpoints within what three and a half minutes radio. And that was a very very balanced report by Stephen I think that a lot of those attitudes. Certainly do come across in our flights in everyday life in a strategy. And I would say that Australia is not a racist country. Myron I mean, I've got dark skin. I was adopted as a baby I'm one of eight children five a wise at three of us have skin. I think I've ever suffered racist. And I wouldn't even call it suffer. I laughed at it. I think I got one racist comedy my whole life. Now, that's not to say, my older brother and sister didn't get that did. But by and large Australia rubs long, pretty well. We're very proud of multicultural history. But what do need to remember strategy is also very young country where modern but young country, and I think that we've always had an relationship like most countries to accepting lobbed lodge waves of immigration. I it was what we used to call rice racially disparagingly walks as in people from Europe at now, that's a term of demons then it was eighteen immigration Vietnamese Japanese Chinese Indians now coming largely they are accepted in the community. The way the has been real anxiety and outside that this is not dissimilar to the United States or Europe or other western countries, particularly here in Britain is is Muslim immigration that has caused anxiety in society that is reflected in the politics and that Senator. That Steven McDonald referred to fries, adding he belonged to a potty called one nation twenty years ago. The leader of that party. Pauline Hanson made her name by posing indigenous Australians aboriginals, then she criticised Asian immigrants now twenty years later, she's made a political comeback targeting. Muslims more on that doubt little later on in the day. You're listening to weekend from the BBC World Service. Twenty six minutes past the hour. And we'll catch up with Andy Barlow who has the latest sports news. We heard yesterday on the about the race to fill the remaining sports at marooning spots. Even football's Africa Cup of nations in the end, those depth rules and regulations, which you outlined with such clarity to have the most splendid they only had to be used on one occasion. So what actually happened? Well, Guinea-Bissau mice to make it through to the finals from group. K thanks to a stoppage time he cross against Mozambique left, then level on points with Namib. In that section article fourteen was fourteen one point one the greatest number of points obtained in clashes between the two sides would go through to the next stage. So it was no maybe a who progressed through to the final is that beaten Mozambican both matches between the two teams earlier in qualifying those a great reaction full Barundi. He reached the Africa Cup of nations finals for the first time in history that was all after a one one draw with coupon. The African sports broadcaster MO alley called it an amazing achievement for both club and for country Barundi has been going through some problems over the past few years political address time the Nations Cup comes around people. Just stop and they focus the attention on football. And you know, what a good story first of all now full boring due to a qualified and for them. You know, it's a big deal as well having qualified above their neighbors. Rwanda this intense rivalry between those two countries have been joined in the finals while they five time champions Cameroon, a yeah. Yesterday, beat Camara's three nil cameras participation looks like any sport in the the courts Julian I had this is Africa Cup of nations finals taken off them and switch to Egypt for the confederation of African football weren't happy with the preparations that have been taking place and the resheduled to states that the twenty twenty one twenty two in two years time now calf set president four years ago the tournament then was taken away from Morocco. It with thrown out of the whole competition. So what of today and matches? We should be looking out for. Interesting one one of the smaller nations will qualify for the finals for the first time. Whenever Cape Vert that go through with a better record, even if Tanzania can defeat or ready qualified Ganda Libya and South Africa face each other for the last qualifying spot at stake from that group Benin will progressive. They don't lose to Togo all four teams can still go through from group G says Imbaba way and Liberia occupy the two places at the top at the moment. Most quickly mention ladies zero twenty twenty qualifies for two of the big side Spain and for Italy one big big match today, the Netherlands against an out of sorts Germany with just one win from their.

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600 WREC

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Journal dot net. I writer-producer this week is Pauline Hanson studio production by Jason Dickey. I'm Karen hate. Radio health journal returns in just a moment. Individuals and businesses with tax problems, listen carefully. Do you feel like you're losing control of your finances? If you owe over ten thousand dollars in back taxes or have unfiled tax returns, we can help you take back control. The IRS is the largest and most aggressive collection agency in the world, and they can seize your Bank accounts, garnish your paycheck, close your business and file criminal charges. Take control of your tax problem now by calling the experts at US Tax Shield and take advantage of the fresh start program and new laws that may allow us to negotiate a settlement for the lowest amount possible. Our team of tax attorneys and enrolled agents can stop collections and get you protected so you can take control of your financial future. US Tax Shield offers a price protection guaranteed quote to get you protected today. US Tax Shield is eight plus rated with the Better Business Bureau. So call now eight hundred five six eight sixteen forty seven that's eight hundred five six eight six. Forty-seven US Tax Shield, eight hundred five six eight sixteen forty-seven what are you going to do with your old car? You can try selling it. You could junk it or you can donate it to heritage for the blind. Your car will be towed away for free and your donation is tax deductible. Just call one eight hundred eight three five one four seven eight heritage for the blind accepts cars, vans, trucks, and boats. It doesn't matter if your vehicle runs or not it will be towed away for free and you'll be supporting those that need help. Heritage for the blind is a nonprofit organization that helps the visually impaired live fuller lives. Call right now to donate your car, and as a special, thank you. You'll receive a free three day vacation voucher to over fifty locations. Call heritage for the blind right now. Call one eight hundred eight three five one four seven eight donating is easy and your vehicle is towed away for free. Plus, you'll get a free vacation voucher for donating. Call now. One eight hundred eight three. Five one four seven eight that's one eight hundred eight three five one four seven eight..

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"Radio health journal dot net. I writer-producer this week is Pauline Hanson studio production by Jason Dickey. I'm Karen hand. Radio health journal returns in just a moment. Individuals and businesses with tax problems, listen carefully. Do you feel like you're losing control of your finances? If you owe over ten thousand dollars in back taxes or have unfiled tax returns, we can help you take back control. The IRS is the largest and most aggressive collection agency in the world, and they can seize your Bank accounts, garnish your paycheck, close your business and file criminal charges. Take control of your tax problem now by calling the experts at US Tax Shield and take advantage of the fresh start program and new laws that may allow us to negotiate a settlement for the lowest amount possible. Our team of tax attorneys and enrolled agents can stop collections and get you protected so you can take control of your financial future. US Tax Shield offers a price protection guaranteed quote to get you protected today. US Tax Shield is eight plus rated with the Better Business Bureau. So call now eight hundred five six eight sixteen forty seven that's eight hundred five six eight sixteen. Forty-seven US Tax Shield, eight hundred five six eight sixteen forty-seven what are you going to do with your old car? You can try selling it. You could junk it or you can donate it to heritage for the blind. Your car will be towed away for free and your donation is tax deductible. Just call one eight hundred eight three five one four seven eight heritage for the blind accepts cars, vans, trucks, and boats. It doesn't matter if your vehicle runs or not it will be towed away for free. Angela supporting those that need help. Heritage for the blind is a nonprofit organization that helps the visually impaired live fuller lives. Call right now to donate your car, and as a special, thank you. You'll receive a free three day vacation voucher to over fifty locations. Call heritage for the blind right now. Call one eight hundred eight three five one four seven eight donating is easy and your vehicle is towed away for free. Plus, you'll get a free vacation voucher for donating. Call now. One eight hundred eight three five one. Four seven eight that's one eight hundred eight three five one four seven eight..

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WNYC 93.9 FM

06:39 min | 3 years ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The World Service and shaima clear. A growing humanitarian and security crisis. That's how Donald Trump described the situation on the border with Mexico in a TV address from the Oval Office. He again called for funding to build a wall and blame the Democrats for the partial government shutdown over the issue. The federal government remains shut down for one reason. And one reason only because Democrats will not fund border security will be talking about that issue. Also with just over a month to go to the elections in Nigeria BBC's hosting a conference Buddha, highlighting the spread of fake news ahead of the photo. Correspondent will be joining us from that. And at least two reasons to be cheerful. If you're an Egyptian football fan. I am. Of course. I the latest world news more on that. And other stories coming up. Hi, I'm Debbie rests with the BBC news. Hello president. Trump has used his address from the Oval Office to reiterate his position on a border wall between the United States and Mexico, Nick. Bryant has the details. Primetime Oval Office addresses a something of a rarity. Donald Trump used his first as president to restate the case for the border wall rather than offering new proposals to end the government shutdown in his nine minutes address. He stopped short of declaring a national emergency a move, which would have provoked to constitutional class. The claimed on the last the illegal movement of immigrants and drugs from Mexico was a security and humanitarian crisis in graphic terms. He recanted details. Tremendous. He claimed were committed by illegal immigrants. How much more American blood must we shed before congress. Does it? This is a choice between right and wrong, Justice and injustice. This is about whether we fulfill our sacred duty to the American citizens, we serve the Democrats argued the president was manufacturing a crisis. And in their own televised. Rebuttal has speaking Nancy Pelosi and the posses Senate leader Chuck Schumer claimed the president was appealing to fear. Not fax. We don't govern by temper tantrum. No, president should pound the table and demand. He gets his way or else. The government shuts down hurting millions of Americans who are treated as leverage President Trump will meet congressional leaders later on the note breakthrough to end the shutdown seems imminent and last night's. America's political polarization was on primetime display the Saudi teenager who barricaded herself into an airport hotel room and Thailand to resist deport. Station back to her family has been granted refugee status by the UNHCR statement by Australia's Department of home affairs. So the case of who've Muhammed Al noon had been referred to them for consideration. For resettlement Mozelle Kanoun says she has renounced Islam and fees. Her family would kill her. If she were repatriated members of a US trade delegation in Beijing, say three days of talks with their Chinese counterparts will trade disputes have gone. Well, China had earlier described the meeting as constructive his Robin prompt. This was the first time that representatives from both sides have sat down face to face since president. She and Trump agreed a ceasefire in their standoff late last year. China has already moved to cut charges on imported cars and by big quantities of soybean once again from the US, but they're all bigger disagreements over long held claims of unfair subsidies for China's state-owned firms and decade. Aides are forcing foreign firms that come to this country to hand over their technology. Well, news from the BBC. In australia. Police and fire crews are dealing with several suspicious packages sent to foreign embassies and consulates emergency. Hazardous material alerts have been issued in at least eleven locations is believed. Some of the packages may have contained asbestos. A former North Korean diplomat who defected to the south has called on the government in Seoul to do. More to help the missing northern envoy to Italy. So sang Gil disappeared along with his wife in November, tell young ho who was the deputy North Korean ambassador in Britain has told the BBC's Laura bicker, the south should be helping him travel to Seoul. Hey young hole is one of the highest profile defectors ever to leave North Korea. So when he speaks people tend to lessen, but when it comes to the case of his colleague, and it seems as friend chosen Gail he is deeply concerned not just about his welfare about whether or not he feels welcome to come to South Korea. This is a sensitive time north and south. Korean relations are at a moment where both are trying to work together. There is a fear among some within the community that perhaps at such a high profile defector could put that at risk. What Tayo hall is trying to urge the South Korean government to do is show their willingness not just to take this high profile defector, but to embrace all North Koreans. The British government is backing new e u legislation that will make it easier for consumers to have appliances repaired when they break down. The proposed regulations will force manufacturers to make products that last longer and are easier to mend. The Australian MP. Pauline Hanson best known for her anti immigration policies has turned her attention to ridding the country of cane toads, she's asked the government to fund a three month program, which will pay members of the public seven cents for every cane toad they kill. That's the latest BBC news. Many thanks for the latest. Hello. And welcome to Newsday. Shaima Lawrence with you this morning. Donald Trump's continuing calls for a wall along the border with Mexico. How to tell real from fake news in Nigeria election campaign? We're going to go to a budget for that. And to the ends justify any means in the pursuit of paedophiles. Eight men take their own lives here in the UK after being named and shamed for abusing children how to their families cope with the aftermath will hear from the hunters as well as those hunted and the reporter on this investigative report. Coming up this half hour Newsday. Primetime. Tv.

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KQED Radio

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mortar security, I will be talking about that issue. Also with just over a month to go to the elections in Nigeria BBC's hosting a conference in a Buddha, highlighting the spread of fake news ahead of the photo. Correspondent will be joining us from there. And at least two reasons to be cheerful. If you're an Egyptian football fan. I am. Of course. I the latest world news more on that. And other stories coming up. Hi, I'm Debbie rests with the BBC news. Hello, President Trump has used his first address from the Oval Office to reiterate his position on a border wall between the United States and Mexico, Nick. Bryant has the details. Prime time Oval Office addresses a something of a rarity and Donald Trump used his first as president to restate the case for the border wall rather than offering new proposals to end the government shutdown in his nine minutes address. He stopped short of declaring a national emergency a move, which would have provoked to constitutional clash the claimed on the last the illegal movement of immigrants and drugs from Mexico was a security and humanitarian crisis in graphic terms. He recounted details for mercy claim we're committed by illegal immigrants how much more American blood must we shed before. Congress does its job. This is a choice. Between right and wrong, Justice and injustice. This is about whether we fulfill our sacred duty to the American citizens, we serve the Democrats argued the president was manufacturing a crisis. And in their own televised. Rebuttal has speaking Nancy Pelosi and the party's Senate leader Chuck Schumer claimed the president was appealing to fear. Not facts we don't govern by temper tantrum. No, president should pound the table and demand. He gets his way or else. The government shuts down hurting millions of Americans who are treated as leverage President Trump will meet congressional leaders later on. But no breakthrough to end the shutdown seems imminent and last night's America's political polarization was on prime time display Saudi teenager who barricaded herself into an airport hotel room in Thailand to resist deportation back to her family has been granted refugee. Status by the UNHCR statement by Australia's Department of home affairs, said the case of Rahu Muhammad alcohol noon had been referred to them for consideration. For resettlement Mozelle Kanoun says she has renounced Islam and face her family would kill her. If she were repatriated members of a US trade delegation in Beijing, say three days of talks with their Chinese counterparts on trade disputes have gone. Well, China had earlier described the meeting as constructive his Robin prompt. This was the first time that representatives from both sides have sat down face to face since president. She and Trump agreed a ceasefire in their standoff late last year. China has already moved to cut challenges on imported cars and by big quantities of soybean once again from the US, but there are bigger disagreements over long held claims of unfair subsidies for China's state-owned firms and decades of forcing foreign firms that come to this country. To hand over their technology. Well, news from the BBC. In australia. Police and fire crews a dealing with several suspicious packages sent to foreign embassies and consulates emergency hazardous material alert has been issued in at least eleven locations is believed. Some of the packages may have contained asbestos. A former North Korean diplomat who defected to the south has called on the government in Seoul to do. More to help missing northern envoy to Italy. So Gil disappeared along with his wife in November Tae-Young ho who was the deputy North Korean ambassador in Britain has told the BBC's Laura bicker, the south should be helping him travel to Seoul. Hey young hole is one of the highest profile defectors ever to leave North Korea. So when he speaks people tend to lessen, but when it comes to the case of his colleague, and it seems as friend chosen Gail he is deeply concerned not just about his welfare about whether or not he feels welcome to come to South Korea. This is a sensitive time north and south. Korean relations are at a movement where both are trying to work together. There is a fear among some within the community that perhaps at such a high profile defector could put that at risk. What Tae-Young hall is trying to urge the South Korean government to do is show their willingness not just to take this high profile defector between brace all North Koreans. The British government is backing new e u legislation that will make it easier for consumers to have appliances repaired when they break down. The proposed regulations will force manufacturers to make products that last longer and are easier to mend. The Australian MP. Pauline Hanson best known for her anti immigration policies has turned her attention to ridding the country of cane toads, she's asked the government to fund a three month program, which will pay members of the public seven cents for every cane toad they kill. That's the latest BBC news. Many thanks for the latest. Hello. And welcome to Newsday. Shaima and Lawrence with you this morning. Donald Trump's continuing calls for a wall along the border with Mexico. How to tell real from fake news in Nigeria election campaign? We're going to go to jail for that. And to the ends justify any news in the pursuit of Peter follows eight men takes her own lives here in the UK after being named and shamed for abusing children how their families cope with the aftermath will hear from the hunters as well as those hunted and the reporter on this investigative report. Coming up this half hour Newsday. Prime time. TV had a.

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KQED Radio

06:24 min | 3 years ago

"pauline hanson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the video Jesse is laughing and playing with her mom. Then she explains that last year her mom got sick. She was diagnosed with cancer, and she died a few weeks later in the video their moms. Twin sister is acting in her place and Pepito me. It was their mom. You ask them to make the video before she died love YouTube like she was the biggest fan. It has six million views so far which is good news for Jesse because YouTube is a brutal popularity contest. When her mom died. She took a break from the channel. And since then she's been struggling to get views. But it seems like a strange way for two young people to grieve Bobby his already seen the danger of this kind of over sharing. It's not necessarily good to get ten thousand comments on every piece of anything you ever put out like you don't need that. That report from Stephanie Hegarty at least five million people are expected to flock to the streets of Manila to witness, the most popular religious event in the Philippines. The possession of the black. Nasa Rini is a long procession of a seventeenth century statue of Jesus from Corinna grandstand to its home in Capito church. Filipino catholics. Consider the image of Jesus to have miraculous powers. Let's cross to the BBC's Howard Johnson. Who? On what isn't the best phone line in the world live from the capital Manila? How is tell us more about this event? It's huge. Yeah. Absolutely massive event as you say around five people starting out the streets to watch the procession start you actually called in Mexico, the sixty century that made its way over to the Philippines. What how in the Catholic church each year procession take place between the grandstand on the Trach normally takes around twenty four hours to wind its way along these tiny pike street, people chart Viva black the Rena I taught by today's people wearing traditional yellow. Which company this event people believe that if they can touch this statue of quite bring prosperity to that Bobby people holding call they white across the statue, you climb on top of people entirely pack street to to get a a fight just the statue fleeting moment. And that's enough for them to make sure that the year had added family will be looks off things go well in allies, and briefly how five million people this bodes, well, I guess for religious leaders in the Philippines. Yeah. This is a deeply religious country. Ninety two percent of the population is Christian eighty one percent of those members of the Catholic church. Let's forget this is a country where it's still illegal to default. I also abortion is legal. The how people debate about whether this event has fanaticism because of the same weekly clambering off sort of playfully fighting with each other to get a touch the statue. But the archbishop cardinal tackle came forward today that this is not this is just a devotion that comes from about. How Johnson in the Philippines? Thank you. An anti immigration MP in Australia is turning her attention away from Muslims and migrants, and is urging the government to pay people to kill came toads, one nation leader Senator Pauline Hanson has written to the prime minister Scott Morrison. Asking him to fund a three month summer. Towed busting pray Graham ecologists, however, say it's a terrible idea that won't work because the despised amphibians breed prolifically from Sydney film, Mercer reports. Pauline Hanson has called for Muslim immigration into Australia to be banned. But now sights set on cane toads, she wants the government to pay the public seven cents for each of these watc- invaders they catch and kill. They could be as many as two hundred million cane toads in Australia. That one of the country's most destructive pests introduced from Hawaii in nineteen thirty five in a disastrous experiments to control Beatles that were eating sugar cane all efforts to stop this spread her failed. That report from Phil Mercer in Sydney. Scientists studying the power of various creatures have found that the tyrannosaurus Rex had nowhere near as powerful a bite. Isn't bird from the Galapagos islands? The researchers used supercomputers to analyze the bites of four hundred thirty four living and dead species, including birds mammals and reptiles and found a Finch has the strongest of all his Terry Eger. So the burden question is the Galapagos large ground Finch. Now, it's fifteen centimeters long weighs thirty three grams, but measure for measure its bite is three hundred twenty times more powerful than that of the Toronto source wrecks, which weighed eight thousand kilograms so while we have this iconic image of the T Rex killing its prey crushing bones. It's only because it was it self so big that it had such a powerful bite. Now research also suggests that our own relatively puny bite is due to human intelligence, evolving, large brain has taken up head space that would otherwise have been filled with. Fight muscles. And of course, once we learned to cook these were even less important because of is easier to swallow so either way by twice not only us, but the tyrannosaurus Rex would stood no chance against the Galapagos Finch and his bark is worse than his bite. That's the newsroom's Terry Egan. The main news US President Donald Trump has demanded funding for his long promised US, Mexico border wall to hold what he called a growing humanitarian and security crisis. You've been listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service in London..

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