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Fresh update on "philippine" discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

02:16 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "philippine" discussed on Hustleshare

"The committee was g- movie was dependent on the environment. Of course epsom also was Very dependent also community so aching care the rupee without taking care of the environment and eventually at some be shooting at seven shooting itself in the foot so it it started off by a treating wastewater being from the from from the factory. Who do we think. There's a code quote pixel beautiful epsom them care wastewater fix more wouldn't be accessible if a few areas of their. You should go go and take a look on track it. So this has become the montreal so absorbed in his it globally. If something about it has something it has a lot to do with. It's not only about us indian by the about talking about respect for science rib. It's disrespect that we have for the environment and that you know we should be. That should be in the conversation in about sustaining this. This uh this visual which is actually the harder part of vehicle right. And i imagine you know supervising supply-chain customer service already a huge task. But when you talk about marketing and ultimately talking about like brand calms which again persuasion is the biggest undertone in that house. Communications evolved for epson in the philippines during this time and Actually it it was about who for example. Our corporate vision We we we had to re-communicate or visit because we want to make sure that absolutely is We're not only just about into the for above being relevant to society as a whole all of these different mythologies and a house start off by saying we are relevant and we care for the island we can sustain so by twenty fifty. We should be a underground resource free in. We'll be kurban negative. Were we should be. We should be using less oils in memphis hopefully thing. That's oh that's how long into the future. Yeah and i think i've even seen collab- after got where i saw this. I interviewed partnered with nat. Go or something. yes yes. We're not you for the for for being cool. Wow being it's about global warming and policies actually goes very well with with the anti global warming because we We choose to be more energy-efficient and By using technology we to be able to translate roseau into the market. How how how does the market. How does it held these benefit from this kind of and ben might be sir. He's sticking with a jesus and promotes are actually homegrown on some so. It's something about who. And its way that's my that reporter organic would be inconvenient. This exactly what. I was telling you about not have these cricket villages but if you're not able to communicate you know at the end of the customers again the what's what brice at what price thing and we also gone. We've gone beyond this. Is gonna be on display boeing and partnering up with that children the festival so for dnr natural resources and also the green education philippians which is aren't russell. Did things like cycling's ours. And even sometimes we we. We ruled in divinities show and to communicate about all of this inviting sustainability. So it's not really about. It's not horrible us doing the heart booking about us being involved in honors or stories read. So that's the so i. I think the final one that had on earlier. I is with not you so the campaign turned down the supposed to be helping to put big world's permafrost. Which is you know the frozen earth underneath in the poll. Regional earthrights we all. The permafrost is sandra huge. And this is something where we also should be very concerned about in different levels for our children. Our children's children. So that's that's that's what that's what we're looking for taking a look at Own technologies and then equating it with the the environment and we have made me think with with what we're saying You know she feedback. Noughties get goes hand in hand with Global warming anti warming and making sure that we are going through a stable or at least our our technology for sustainable for the all right now. That's amazing ended up. Let's take our last break. And when we come back let's talk about paying forward you know what's the mo of how you can actually make this big especially the corporate ladder dislike. How talk about that more after the break arabic. Nubrik moore stew with edwin. Who told us all the amazing things. Abc or phillips operation are doing here but again there's so many Wearing their so much responsibility that that's that fall under your plate at but i to understand from your point of view with all these things happening within your realm of responsibility. What's your day to day like. And how do you even manage to make people all in the impeach.

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Fresh update on "philippine" discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

00:41 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "philippine" discussed on Hustleshare

"Probably from a different angle and that the that helped me realize that there seems to be more than one way and looking at things and the realizing that already opens up a whole lot of opportunities for you because if this if if if you are only stock looking things one way innovation or opening your mind to to doing things We'll probably be a little bit difficult though. Of course maybe generalizing but for me that's That's my point of view. I think it was a blessing for for miekel house Been able to have the kind of experience some things that not very many people have been able to go through. So i'm on my that one. That's amazing because at the end of the day Again what i've had also here In into podcast for a lot for a lot of times as you know there's something about going out of your comfort zone in you know working abroad to teach you about perspective and this is also very evident in the startup ecosystem right. I always see at least In general i disagree a little bit in the ecosystem. There's three types of founders in the philippines you can times obviously the first one is to experts. Come in with a lot of macro so a lot of things that not a lot of locusts Understand but they understand amac roles but they're not that good with the micros nuances that the the opposite of that is the the rescue type founder. Where they come in and the only understand the problem from their backyard and they only see things one lens whereas there's a hybrid between where the local founder who had or the repatriates who understand the nuances but also have seen other perspective of working abroad should be now. Here's what's impressive. About the type of founders. I think you had a similar experience. Is that you chose to come back whereas a lot of people also just choose to do you know they call it the brain drain but when you came back. What was the different perspective that you now see in how you operate and what how did you see the next opportunities. That came their way. Well maybe maybe even before that just to just to reiterate without saying about Figuring i look at things different ways you only want to I also want to say that the coming in from from the us and then not being able to work in was actually and the same company. No it was actually a big eye-opener because you could find any to fence of cultures were really opposite each other absolutely one one being the japanese culture. The other one. Being the american. So i would ask maybe the philippines. We are somewhere. In between where. The japanese hubbub very different mindset and the and the americans are very free reading their own mindset. We are somewhere in between japanese cannot stay dome of the next week or they come with depend. Depending on your point of view the americans in a foreign pastry for some reason degree we are somewhere fu and so on your question about where. Where does where's this brings me How how come. Why did they do they come back. Let's so it was really both both the practical thing and idealistic situation at the same thing on one hand I came back actually because my my father had just passed away at once insane. Maybe this of course. I felt it was my responsibility over and Hembo family. that's that's what brooklyn but at the same time also I think that it was also. I will say philip things should be should be ablaze. Also opportunity work people with with with a background or with my work. Experience there quimby white number opportunities here In that's why. That's that's where i thought maybe I should be. Yeah yeah got it. So what's the next opportunity when he came back again. News for new set of ice the eastern and western approach to seeing things that do two different lenses and again. If we're somewhere in between how. What are the next opportunity that you came in and your country manager of this one for a while you know when when i when i came back in and what i guess one of the things that they wanted to begin who really was marketing. Marketing and In fact one of the one of the first jobs. I got into when i did get up. 'cause i worked or a fast food team marketing in the fast food chain. I don't know. I wanted to check it out or nc. A kamien on After that i went and so my my mba in the a. m. Wow yeah and I guess it further cemented my My my my being my wanting to be in. It because at the time especially when you said idea permission echo the g. computer screen. There's a big thing everybody wants. Computer point thanks. So i was being perfume into computers. Contending and being the market monastic. I thought that was quite fascinating and after after. Am believe it or not. The first job i got after that was going were helpful. They were they were getting me. Ready analyst software analyst meaning. I was supposed to be the in between between Users end users that had Computing needs and the programmers that would actually create programs bids on end users. Want also i was supposed to be the bridge between that and that was that was pointing nothing because in force you to communicate and think in a certain way be very methodic on the way your end users getting up there means and once and at the same time also being able to think like a programmer such that. You really have to translate the what you want or need. Programmers programmers also have their own weight of right. Then it'll be thinking. They're problem solvers by default albums well-versed by the fourth of the same thing. They they they think very very methodic and so very logically. And so there's a there's a there's this we have got if it's your job to bridge that vigilant but then after after a while one of the things that came up open the unexpected was i was recruited. I went into a software. Another software company this thing. It was from a software house doing custom software. I moved into.

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Boxing Superstar Manny Pacquiao Announces Run for Philippines President

NPR News Now

00:18 sec | Last week

Boxing Superstar Manny Pacquiao Announces Run for Philippines President

"Star manny paki out. Says he'll run for the president of the philippines next year he was nominated today by faction within the ruling party. The forty two year old pack house serves in the philippines senate. I'm barbara klein npr news.

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How Revival Is Pouring Into the Most Unexpected Places

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:41 min | Last week

How Revival Is Pouring Into the Most Unexpected Places

"We're talking about heavy stuff now. Why do you say revival. Because i think a lot of times christians overused word of misuse. That word. but you're saying no no. We're seeing so much happening as we rescue these girls from the sex trade in the in the philippines that it gets into what we would call revival. I mean the prophet joel said in those days i will pour out my flesh on all i will pour out my spirit on all flesh and so we think of churches stadiums christian event. You know we were down in dc this past weekend like yes. Revival is revivals pouring into the bars in the philippine. So it's the way of saying you're seeing success. Yeah you know what a lot of our friends out there around the world. They heard they heard about us. They found us. You know on on the web somewhere and they've actually come and they actually at the phone call and say. Is this really happening. Is this really happening. I go yes and they go. How and i go. It's not because i learned in college. It's that there's a move of heaven. We were always crying. Oh god might it be here like it is there and i know. There's no sex trafficking in heaven. Eric and so we believe it. We declare it. We say god. Will it be here just like it is there and we start to see it and we and we we're very small we get ourselves low and we love these girls and we serve them and we don't beat them up with jesus that god told me one day. Says they don't need to hear about me. They need to see

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How Men Are Also Being Saved by Wipe Every Tear's Work in the Sex Trade

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | Last week

How Men Are Also Being Saved by Wipe Every Tear's Work in the Sex Trade

"Let me tell you to more instances that i wrote about that have just wrecked me. They're still with me so the first couple of days really the first day two days as you're now having your heartbroken for the girls you hate the men you see. These sloppy overweight pass middle aged men in the natural. I wanna i wanna to them. What they're doing large man dressed messily holding hands with a petite diminutive little philippine. And you're like that's disgusting. And one of the guys on our. He was a past or one of the guys on our trip. The i want to punch that guy out. of course. yes what can he taught me. That's kind of the normal natural response. That's the flesh lee response. That's not god's response. I don't think but it you know. Let's acknowledge it. When you see that what are you gonna think and kenny taught me. Yeah you can't love the girls and hate the men because the kingdom doesn't work that way these girls are in a prison and so are the men. it's just a different cell. Their only state and can set up a kingdom. Or everybody's miserable. The mama san's the bar owners the bartenders the patrons everybody's miserable so once you see that now my heart is moved is much towards this girl towards this man. Imagine having a bunch of guys at the table next to you in the bar and you buy them around drinks guys were from. What are you doing. And and they'll tend to brag about their exploits and then they go. What are you doing here and you get to say well. We're here getting girls out. Because god has created them for something so much greater one man who heard this. We explained to sit. We're not we're not wagging the finger. How could you do. You have a daughter what it's none of that we're here to bring them to. Jesus this is the life. Jesus watch for them. One man he reach into his pocket he plunked down a big wad cash and he walked out and my friend walked out after him and with tears us at the front of the bar telling the men is. They're walking by. I can't do this anymore. I can't do this any more. Eric that's revival. That's when we say revival in the sex trade men's hearts are being broken just by us being there so the men are getting rescued

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Breaking the Cycle of Poverty and the Sex Trade in the Philippines With Wipe Every Tear

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | Last week

Breaking the Cycle of Poverty and the Sex Trade in the Philippines With Wipe Every Tear

"These girls once you get them out You establish them in these different lives. I mean do you track them. How does that all you can answer. Because i mean i'm just fascinated. I know nothing. But i we bring them into our homes. You know if the first going back a little bit you know they come in. They visit like for one hour. We take a two hour trip the visit for an hour. We feed them a meal. They're very hungry and we take them back home so can go back to work. That's tough and it's very soft sale. And then they text us they call us and they say i'm ready. And then they come in they come into our care we send a vehicle go pick them up we send a team of people so we get him in and depends sometimes. They've only had third grade. Now we got to work on their. Ged it's called. Ls there to finish grade school. Then we put them into high school or ged program and that qualifies them for college. A number of them already have high school diplomas and then we we enroll them. We want to see them getting college. To break poverty. In that family line and their extended family that goes a horizontally as well their cousins everything they share with everybody. And so you break if you bring one girl into freedom like just explained her whole family from then on. It's all broke. Poverty is broken and we've had forty seven college graduates now and there are going to be hundreds more in the name of

Co-Founder of Yield Guild Games Gabby Dizon on Why He Started YGG

Venture Stories

02:16 min | Last week

Co-Founder of Yield Guild Games Gabby Dizon on Why He Started YGG

"Everybody welcome to another episode of venture stories by village global on here today joined by few special guests. We've gabby dion of g. G and linda shay of skelter linda gabby welcome to the buck s. Thanks for having me expecting us awesome. I'm here joined by mike. Majko's lucas baio at village. Global team lucas. Welcome awesome so maybe as as an introduction gabby one one you for those unfamiliar. Why don't you introduce what is why did he. And what compelled you to start it. Sure so why did you or you'll games is laid to earn gaming guild. So it's a community of gamers that flavius different. Nfc based games similar to axiom. Senate the the give it self Think of a world of work yield exempt up. The guilt itself owns these assets that if we invest in and then we land out these assets to our blair community around the world so that they can play An ebay games and actually earn some money from them and some historical overview about how this category came to be okay so played. The earn is a pretty new phenomenon. I would say just start the last year of been in the blockchain gaming space since early two thousand eighteen and really experimenting long like what what really could be the use case of blockchain games so there have been a lot of discussion on how players having ju- ownership which means that if i haven't nfc. I really own it. There's interoperability but one of the use cases emerged last year is that you could use these. And if these to play a game and win some currency rewards. So these are these are in game rewards. That could be exchanged for For fiat money And that's helped me started the axiom affinity popular lice this Model and it started gaining traction here in my home country. The philippines last year during the early part of a lapdog when people in their royal philippines started Discovered acting started laying as a way to earn money while they were laid off stuck on It's clearly no knowing dumb and it really just up there

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"philippine" Discussed on Queer as Fact

Queer as Fact

03:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"philippine" Discussed on Queer as Fact

"Drink in a similar way related contact Context might say i guess quiz have never changed quite a few sexual orientation which was some of my favorite becky words. So true blue is used to mean straight which. I enjoy australia and america's trillion. Trueblue all my god. That's all i'm going to think about for the rest of my life when someone describes themselves than a true blue z. Holy can be. I think it is especially funny when you think about the fact that like for example as men i talked about before like masculine but sleep with men are often described as straight even though they sleep with men and using the phrase trueblue really sums that up incredible yup gay men meanwhile mites because crock knit which is the savoia word for bat based on the fact that they cruise at night i feel like scholley saw philippine fantasy writer has done something with this vampires vampires gay gay men a bats. It's all coming to cover together. So saturday live mrs. yeah to continue on. The animal seem the word for frog. Bucky is used to main bisexual because frogs living with land. Wosa yeah okay. I think i've heard mtbf's used as a euphemism for bisexual before. I have heard that actually. Yeah so again. We circle back to the same. Mci another word for bisexual is double blade. Which is cool. I like that one alia. I'm just thinking about doll to raises. I'm a little tight. Not straight nar so then as was a sexual orientation. We've got words for moore army for example which is an illegal diving practice is used to mean lingus on illegal diving practice like what they do. Is they go down with heavy and they drop them on race to drive the fish out and then the catch the fish. Oh okay cool. I never heard of anything like that. So that's the time to go into this but the legal and you'll die take. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah. I get that but i was like jimmy diving like commercially. Competitively like an olympics. The word for confession mongoose oil is used to refer to cheer. Because you're on your knees. Yup okay again. Then the first day when they won't be laws anyone who's engaged with go words for sex. They're also few general To describe people want explanation given for the fact that there's a few adjectives for people in becky is one of us is becky. Beckmann was more sacred was to check people out without them knowing. Obviously a ways to describe them side would be from the english word beauty for example discipline award for geist. The is also used to refer to someone who's skinny mice. Today's examples that i've provided so far a simply passing at expanding on the meanings of existing words in english said wanna tagalog this along with the sound china's. I mentioned before two of the key ways of making becky woods. The third thing that characterizes becky is the use of pronouns to replace wads. I just remembered where i've heard amphibious. Yeah it's not invite sexuality gender fluid terminology and specifically that popeye.

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"philippine" Discussed on Queer as Fact

Queer as Fact

06:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"philippine" Discussed on Queer as Fact

"At prime minister. Just made a reference to the kurds really. I feel like that's better when the opposition called the prime minister simp- on national tv. Yeah so the january explanation given by scholars for how that he has managed to become so mainstream is that high sexuality is much more visible and much more accepted in the philippines that is in most countries so based on that. I wanna talk about this idea of the philippines as side which is accepting quipped paypal and then all such talk a bit about the reasons behind this the reasons behind the visibility of In the philippines okay. Yeah clemmie meyer. I thought was just like obviously. The entertainment industry has generally been a safe space. We apple than all the spices in most contexts. And the ones here in a safe space. You have the secret language. You're nothing to use it as secretly. Yeah and then other people are gonna find out about it because you know people loved Rodman and out group like it's just kind of the reverse of why you came up with this language in the first place. Yeah yeah you're right like people do want to be an ingram side. Obviously gonna start learning when they hear it used and then it lose its original purpose and like we say the same thing. We'll do an episode on this one. But we do the same thing in england with polara where the sacred gate language and then became used by hunting event names to very famous radio in china's and then basically Use this anymore. it's on the radio. Now it's useless to us. Yeah whereas in the philippines Dying out because no longer subsets. Original purpose is just basically become a part of a lot of mainstream philippine slang cool. Yeah that's interesting yeah. I wonder to what extent like i feel. Like if i was equip us any one of these countries and yeah. I started hearing that language on the radio. I would have that reaction. But i wanted to. What extent actions like correct right because like if you're using it secretly to protect yourself from quebec people i didn't create capable type. Who is gonna like. I've listened to the radio show. Isn't it queer like it's probably at least Jason's and you know. I just seems like it's very unlikely that the constantly trying to protect his home. I guess like you. You copy is sure of that. Yeah yeah. I guess especially when you're talking about like the uk context. I'm nonstop my anti. We will touch this one day. Is that that was at the time. When homosexuality was illegal in the uk so it was less like all this guy might know. I'm gay and more like i may be arrested. And then i know there's a famous point off was princess. Diana wanted the other british princesses used somewhere. Some phrase of from polari and people like that is the moment died right. Yeah yeah okay. I guess at that point like obviously the cops probably researching it and stuff. Yes the kind of cops. That are doing entrapment trenton. You know hanging out on a beat to try and pick you up then rescue. There's cops probably studied power if they have the cia. It's much more strategic than yep i. Let's talk about attitudes to quiz in the philippines before i start making a poorly educated comments about kalari. I read our variety of surveys about attitudes towards in cleveland the philippines to try and get a feeling if this claim that the philippines is a really queer. Friendly country is true Because some people are saying the philippines is absolutely queer friendly anyone can be created. It's fine and then there are bunch of this isn't really true. This isn't what the situation actually is in daily life for acquitted person so i tried to find some statistics. The statistics were somewhat contradictory. But i'll tell you. I didn't have time to look into the details of for example. Who did all the surveys. What exactly the questions. They asked who are in everything But for example one hundred fifteen study found that eighty five percent of filipinos disagreed with the statement. That same sex marriage should be recognized but then twenty seventeen poll found that sixty three percent of people believe same sex attractive. Paypal's enjoy the same rights but straight people and that same twenty seventeen poll found that seventy two percent of people believe trans people should enjoy the same rights that six people so that twenty seventeen paul teams quite positive. The twenty fifth pole nelson the twenty fifteen. Paul not so much on the is a two years apart. But i think that's representative all value change over time. There are bumps trauma statistics from around the same time. That kind of went away as well. Yeah i guess there is a bit of a difference there like obviously the difference there in freising. Yeah this is about a specific legal change. he added one of this about like sort of generally. Do you think gay people should have rights. I think that definitely is a factor that one question is a really concrete thing in once quite abstract. So i want also that i read quite a lot of. He's written a lot about philippine quick culture. Nael garcia described the philippines as being a tolerant country queer people and explains that he meant the tolerate quip people accept them and he gave the example of the fact that a family might be tolerant of having a queer acquaintance and united habitat them over to dinner or whatever but if one of the children came out that would be a completely different matter and they would not accept that and i think that kinda is the same thing when it's a kind of abstract concept this person where you don't really have to interact with queen cycles. People might be fine with that but when it's in your own life and something concrete people uncomfortable with another statement. That often comes up when talking about how the philippines on unaccept- in country is that there aren't nar laws against homosexuality in the philippines. That is true so fis that isn't illegal to be gay or to have gay sex in the philippines. Since the philippines became independent. I believe in the forties that has been true however that doesn't mean that quick people have equal legal rights. Same sex marriage isn't recognized does legal process to change agenda and they're also nine national antidiscrimination laws protecting sir Obviously there some specifically writes the other being deprived but also the thing wear cops the world over discriminate against people you need legal protections minority groups like..

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Manny Pacquiao Loses to Yordenis Ugas on Return to Ring

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | Last month

Manny Pacquiao Loses to Yordenis Ugas on Return to Ring

"Legend Manny Pacquiao lost you Cuban Your Dennis Uga's in a unanimous decision. Pako unsure Now he'll retire from fighting or focus on a presidential bid in 2022 for the Philippines. Jay Brooks w T o P

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Manny Pacquiao Prepares for His Potential Final Fight

ESPN Daily

01:47 min | Last month

Manny Pacquiao Prepares for His Potential Final Fight

"Simkin you just spend time with one of the biggest athletes on planet earth. What did you see what i saw in los angeles is in the build up to what is potentially the final fight of many pack yells story. Career was in many ways similar to every other up to every other big manny pack. I'll fight tim. Cuban is a senior writer for espn. The routine was the same. His training was the same. The schedule is the same. He still eats chicken and rice for breakfast. Every morning and gets gets teased for it. People are still gathering around him whether it be at griffith park where he does his workouts in the morning in a parking lot or at his home where people come to to pay their respects to him what he has met to them in their lives and how important he is figure in philippine culture but in many other ways this was a vastly different experience. This fight for manny pack. Yo is a transition of sorts. He will be moving on to a much. Perhaps more dangerous sport if you will in philippine politics there's a certain element of unease and uncertainty surrounding him. And it's because the title. He will soon be vying for its president of the philippines and his opponent. Rodriguez do tei is unlike any other. He has ever faced a man who plays by his own set of rules.

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Olympic Outsider Teams Celebrate Rare Gold Medals in Tokyo

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Olympic Outsider Teams Celebrate Rare Gold Medals in Tokyo

"Other than nineteen eighty the Philippines has been in the summer Olympics since nineteen twenty four in Tokyo the Philippines won its first gold medal I did not give up and my team did not give a five foot two inches tall hydel India has one goal for the Philippines in the fifty five kilo over two hundred two pound weight lifting we can we can and I'm I know they are proud to be big enough for Duffy has won the Olympic women's try Athlon earning Bermuda's first Olympic gold medal to be Olympic champion is sort of in my dream since I was a little girl when I first did my first triathlon Duffy says this is bigger than just her competing on the world stage from a small island is really possible Duffy is one of just two athletes representing Bermuda in Tokyo I'm at Donahue

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Military Plane Crash Leaves at Least 50 Dead in Philippines

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Military Plane Crash Leaves at Least 50 Dead in Philippines

"Death toll is now at least 50 in the wake of a C 1 30 transport crash yesterday. Officials are now calling this the worst air disaster in Philippine military history. We get more from ABC is Tom Rivers at the Foreign desk groups have found the last five dead at the crash scene, raising the toll the C 1 30 Hercules overshot the runway while landing slamming into a coconut grove and bursting Into flames. Philippine Armed Forces spokesman Major General Edgar Arevalo accidents like this that needed investigation may have other aspects to look into look at facility equipment, whether skills of the pilot. The plane was one of two refurbished U. S. Air Force aircraft handed over to the Philippines as part of Washington's military assistance this

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Dozens Killed in Philippine Military Plane Crash

Our Auto Expert

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Dozens Killed in Philippine Military Plane Crash

Philippine Military Plane Crashes With 96 People Aboard

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Philippine Military Plane Crashes With 96 People Aboard

"Rescue efforts are underway in the Philippines after an air Force plane crashed, killing 17 people. 40 people have been rescued. Defense authorities say 92 people were aboard, and a military commander says it appears the plane overshot

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Philippine Military Plane Crashes, 29 Dead, 50 Rescued

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Philippine Military Plane Crashes, 29 Dead, 50 Rescued

"The Philippine military aircraft carrying cheap crashed in southern Philippines while trying to land the crash killed over two thousand minutes she pass now one of the fifty people were rescued from the burning wreckage of the ninety two people on board there were three pilots and five crew members on the vessel army personnel the pilot survived but was seriously injured several villages on the ground were also injured in the crash military officials said at least fifty people on board were brought to a hospital and troops are trying to search for the rest according to eyewitnesses many soldiers was seen jumping out of the aircraft before it hit the ground exploded I'm Karen Thomas

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Philippine Military Plane Crashes, 17 Dead, 40 Rescued

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Philippine Military Plane Crashes, 17 Dead, 40 Rescued

"Several dead at least 17 people are dead after a Philippines Air Force plane crash lands in the southern Philippines, the Lockheed transport aircraft Crashed early Sunday and the Solu province where the Philippine army has been fighting Islamist militants. The military says the plane missed the runway and there was no indication of an attack. The Philippines. Defense minister says 92 people were on board and so far 40 have been rescued with injuries and 17 bodies have been recovered. The search for victims of the Florida condo

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Plane Crashes in the Philippines; At Least 40 Rescued

BBC World Service

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Plane Crashes in the Philippines; At Least 40 Rescued

"News. In the past hour. A military plane carrying 85 people has crashed in the Philippines, the chief of the armed forces, told reporters that at least 40 survivors had been rescued so far from the wreckage of the aircraft. He said it had been trying to land on Holo Island in the south west of the

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Philippines' Duterte Will Not Cooperate With ICC Probe: Spokesman

Pacifica Evening News

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Philippines' Duterte Will Not Cooperate With ICC Probe: Spokesman

"Rodrigo Duterte says he will never cooperate with a possible international criminal court investigation and to the thousands of killings under his anti drug crackdown. That's what Duterte spokesman says, calling an international inquiry insulting to the country's justice system. But human rights activists are welcoming the possible investigation as a long awaited step towards justice and accountability. Leading Duterte critic jailed opposition Senator Lila de Lima. Said the Philippine leader may now be harboring fears of being dragged in chains to the Hague to be tried as an enemy of mankind. Outgoing I C C Chief prosecutor But you Bensouda said that a preliminary examination found reason to believe crimes against humanity had been committed. During Duterte's crackdown on drugs between July 1st of 2016 and March 16th of 2019. Those dates covered the period between when Duterte launched his police enforce crackdown shortly after winning a six year presidential term and when he withdrew the Philippines From the International Criminal Court. Critics said at the time he was trying to avoid accountability Simon Marx reports in a major escalation between the court and the government in Manila. The Hague's top prosecutor says an investigation should go ahead over President Rodrigo Duterte extrajudicial war on drugs. Our correspondent

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Filling in the Gaps With Elmo Jr.

The Bible Says What!?

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Filling in the Gaps With Elmo Jr.

"Special guest is. The host of a podcast called elmo's world no not that elmo's world welcome to the show elmo junior. Hey man i'm happy until glad to be here and Thanks for inviting me on your absolutely. Thanks for taking the time. Way out there in Were you at philippines. The philippines living in the future man. So tell us a little bit about your show why it did it. What you do who've talked to anything. Yes so maestro is titled elmo's row podcast. I decided that name for because my name is is actually elmo and People have relate you know compared me to the to the the puppet l. never heard of it. Yeah glad to hear that. Yeah but of course. I want to make a brand for myself. That would you know like sort of the against that. And so and i started this and decided to make a podcast. It's i actually watch Rogan back in june. I decided hey you know he what he does is really cold because he just off some people indicating like so many tired he kinds of people from different political spectrums religious or philosophical background. Or whatever you know. And i wanted to be able to do that. And at least get and find an excuse way but it's audited for. Yeah i started it. August and continually continuously in and Monstrously proceeded with just asking to go on my show going for our or maybe sometimes two hours of conversation

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Interview With Writer and Sociologist, Anthony Ocampo

Asian Enough

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Interview With Writer and Sociologist, Anthony Ocampo

"Thanks for joining us. Anthony thank you for having me. We just kind of want to start out by asking you a little bit about your background. There's been this kind of gap in filipino academic research. And and i think you're part of the sort of growing number of scholars that is focusing on the lived experiences of filipino. Americans can you tell us a little bit about your own childhood. And what motivated you to focus on filipino. Americans in your work. So i'm a son of immigrants. My parents migrated from the philippines in one thousand nine hundred eighty and then i was born shortly. Thereafter nineteen eighty-one and i grew up in a very robust filipino. American community so i i grew up most of my life in eagle rock which folks Me no has a significant number of filipino. American residents And i also like many filipinos in this country grew up with a very very large extended family that i spend a lot of time with it so most weekends were spent at like filipino. Social gatherings My parents house was the place where when new relatives were migrating from the philippines and getting settled in the us. They'd often stay with my parents for a number of weeks number of years in. So i just had a plethora of filipino reference points and then of course lake because of where i live the school that i went to also had a large number of filipinos in so i guess i've always had the opportunity to just observe how being filipino. American culture is in my everyday life from the food to the inner general dynamics to visits to the home country And that's that's i guess we're all interest started.

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Rick Warren retiring as lead pastor at California megachurch

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Rick Warren retiring as lead pastor at California megachurch

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Rick Warren is retiring as lead pastor at a California megachurch megachurch pastor Rick Warren has announced he is retiring Warren told his congregation Sunday the search for his successor will be launched this week according to the Orange County register the sixty seven year old worn has led the saddleback church for forty two years while the main campuses in Lake Forest saddleback church has expanded to fourteen locations in southern California with an average weekly attendance of thirty thousand they're also international campuses in Hong Kong and Germany the Philippines and Argentina Warren has written multiple books including the purpose driven life hi Mike Rossio

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"philippine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

Filipina on the Rise

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"philippine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

"I got that life changing second and so i would ask for new today to just think about the second. The second that new had shift in your life When people call this a pivotal moment but really it takes a second and know if your intuition is telling you to do thing or like you've been called to do something Whether that's call to take a nap or something bigger called your own company. Listen to your intuition because your intuition knows exactly what you need and all you have to clear out all the noise for you to hear that voice own deeper. Oh my gosh. I love that. Yeah that's It does never think about it. In those seconds at are so powerful and you can kind of listen to that Thank you cat. You know before before we close it. I want to say because this was an opportunity right to say like the the community to really Who do they want to hear. Next on the podcast. Who who stories are they wanna share. And i mean when i was going through the comments i was like. Oh my gosh early lake. So many people like over seventeen like comments of paragraph of just talking and he will say you know like has a huge inspiration An amazing human being in general She deserves to be on here. Have to spread love and knowledge to a lot more people grateful for union. Hard work and you know. Some people say Cat all the way. she's an inspiration to myself. She's full wisdom and super duper refund to be with her positive. Energy is contagious. Whenever i'm with her. I want to join me live not care about anything else And the lasley you know. I can share a lot more but also this one. I'm she's incredible track record of personal achievements and pouring of love for servicing and lifting others. Everything she is today the direct result from pure love sweat and tears. She's your modern philippine. That leaves a mark on everyone she meets and you will not considering her for your upcoming episode. How does reveal to hear all that from the community I just. I'm just really really grateful. you know it sort of Have goosebumps again Because you know. I wouldn't be here without them either so it feels like In many ways the words they are saying Me is just a reflection of who they are to you know and i really do believe in that right. The people that Who who are in our path or who are circles or just a reflection of us. So you know i i wanna say it's it's right back to that and like i in every one of the people that that nominated me for this and i'm really really grateful to be able to be part of their lives in whatever form that may be you know whether it's a coach a friend or family member. I'm just really extremely grateful. Oh thank you and what would you like to tell everyone that you have coming up. Yeah I want to first of all i want to say. Thank you to you for having me your filipino. On there is It really means a lot to be able to be in this space for you to create a space for other filipinos to share their journey And to help us in terms of like spreading our word and our words mission in our stories Beyond our own little circles. And so you think you think you think you're so well tongue salama love and so Yeah like coming up for me. There's a couple of things But ultimately i love serving people on their self love journey so for any filipinos or filipinos actually work with men as well who have been in back to back relationships or have lost their sense of self and are looking for some love into themselves and a little bit of confidence. Let's hop on a woman. Forty five minute. Coaching session It's fun like the people have said it's really fun to do for me. Also fun for you And you can book that on my website at www dot the coaching method dot com. Or you can just m. me on i. G is at love coach cat. Yeah at love coach. Pretty simple on it. Y'all you're gonna have a super duper shower with her as you can see well had thank you so much being on. This has been such a great discussion on his leg. I feel like my heart is bright. Pink color just talking to you. And i feel like there's a lot of points that hit home for me was listening to your story and i know it will hit home for a lot of people so thank you for real novelty for your taking every part of your journey and harnessing it to give back love to our community and beyond thank you thank you. Thank you all so much for listening. If you enjoy this please consider sending it to a friend or sharing it on social media. You can screenshot posted on your story and tag at philippine on the rise and i will share you thank you thank you see you in the next episode..

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"philippine" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"philippine" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Okay cool I'm I'm sure that leads I i. would imagine anyways that would lead to a headache or two every now and. Especially, if you're visiting yeah right going on vacation somewhere and yeah that's. We're not here. So flight added it really has to up the again here in the states we don't. We don't have anything near on that level. Again yet we have he will speak different languages but. Nothing as wide ranged as over there. whether be Philippines are seems Asian countries in general. It's a whole lot more diverse language watts. Looked at as well is and one of them's in Donald City. But the Philippines in general and so I don't know if this has changed the read was two thousand fifteen. But The Filipino. People love malls. Shopping malls. In the Philippines, there are numerous. Basically like super gigantic malls and I was looking into it to see how different from ours because here in America I'm going to say. The the life of a shopping mall has gone down a lot since you know Amazon and all the online retailers of taking over. But our biggest mall. Is Mallofamerica which like two point eight, million square miles or square feet excuse me. But the biggest one in the Philippines over one point whatever million square feet bigger and I'm just trying to imagine how that is. But the domino's city has I think it was I don't remember how was passed but easiest GM. All right. Yeah Yeah Jamal that's actually the like the center of all the malls you're in the city. Yeah do you have any anything? You can speak about what it is about the malls bat I'm assuming Filipino people in general just love. Okay I see. Here, in the Philippines, though the biggest mall in the Philippines is not the actual the in. Davos at the actual located in Manila it's the mall of Asia. So all of Asia so it's actually a huge Mall could actually of my friends actually said that you can't really travel or he could really go or visit to whole plays inside a mall in just a day because it's really. So inside that mall, there is are GonNa, era Serena, there is the church there. So Park, there is a cinema. Everything that you need actually is inside the mall. Yeah. So that's why it's actually really huge end just one, but they're actually quite like three three. All of the biggest malls in the in the world is actually coming from the Philippines three of those. So it's actually still the same accompany the SM. So asked ball. So they really have a huge actually here in my city in novel city they have to. So. but for that said, he dissenter of all, all actually g mall. That's Gaetano Mall NFL velocity because it's in the center. So it's actually the.

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"philippine" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

14:05 min | 1 year ago

"philippine" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"We went to communicate that out to the public and probably shipped in from that eighty two percent. I Dunno it's a lot of work. So this is where I just last point on that. And thirdly I forgot at people who use drugs Dole stop having human rights just because they used droughts or the. Use this kind of Things they don't stop being humans kind of addressed a stigma when you're a drug user. You're automatically a criminal. You're automatically a bad person. That's not true. That's not how sing should be an. We should address that because it's legitimizing this kind of harsh He's and I think it's something that's all over the world These things that are that people use drugs are essentially bad people and that the use of drugs a moral failure. That's become me something that is Causing all the human rights violations against this marginalized community. And that's what's part of the message separate trying to point out. Sorry sorry to cut you. No no no I want to you you. No one wants to hear me rental on So here's where I even. During the conference they start to lose me agreed. That drug treatment should be a health concern right so we should. I don't believe in arresting people I see the point in that it's It's a it's a failure but criminal justice system. Will we done his house. People I get all that I'm with you one hundred percent on that but where it starts to lose me is when I when I hear people kind of equate. The difference between you know we're not arresting people for having a heart disease or high blood pressure or whatever because I don't think those two I think that people who are on drugs whether it's problematic as we talked about before or not in someone who has heart disease are really the same thing Certainly neither one neither one of those two groups chosen to have at the handles issues But at some where along the line people have chosen to pick up a needle or smoke that joint or whatever or however they get into their body and I I. I had this discussion with other people in I. I understand that we want to be sensitive to where people are at. I get that but I don't like that comparison having cancer is not the same thing as having a drug addiction average Gone too far also with metaphors edge. You know burying things but not just you other people. It was not a Mutt. I'm not saying you you you did say yes. That's true but other people did say I heard it numerous times at the conference. We were at and numerous different panels and Dutton. Dutton duchess loses me Because LIMB TO SAY MY PODCAST LISTENERS. For her just before. I actually have heart disease. I had a triple bypass last year. I didn't choose to have heart disease. I mean I probably could have made better lifestyle choices along the way But I just say that that's the same thing as having having a drug addiction loses me and loses. Other people along will yeah. You're not the first person told me that. And I think I'm so sorry about the triple heart bypass but I think the point is just to to treat them in. You know what them into some sort of medical service and that's the only thing that we wanted to say that you know. Treat them as a you know it's a health problem. It's at the same thing as cancer of course but you agree with that. We we agree on that point. Let's let's get her help and services that they need so during your talk. You talked about The corruption of has been going on with the police departments. Were were with the police. And it's a nationalized. Police Service Right. One police force essentially that is nationalized. So there's a corruption has gone on since this war started in two thousand sixteen Now there's corruption going on the sexual favors going on in order to get out of prison. police beating people killing people You know just going above and beyond talk a little bit about that. Yes End Conference. The presentation that I gave was not doubt people that the war on drugs is further corrupting already. Corrupt police force that we have so they gave them so much power now that they're on top of the police operation at their the top of St operations because he usual on some paper. Is that the chiefs. A local chief executives mayors. They're supposed to be the ones who are Supervising and controlling the police force. They give them orders now. It's the other way around. It's the police now. Had these sees each asked for. They are now in power and they call the shots. So what what does this resulted in teams aside from all the killings there have been harassment. The people who are subjected to police operations they beat them opted knock them updated Dane. Lock them up. They detained them in for so many hours. Even beyond what's thirty six hours for Great fence amine beyond the legal time that you can allow a developer so without charge at aside from the have quotas for a number of arrests. Even for the number of that they killed and add. That's worrisome because most of the arrest and the killings they don't even they even have some cases of mistaken identities or some people who just give out names that are not really drug users are not easy though People who are suspected of a drug offense they just give up needs because they have gold dust. So it's just the number of people regardless of who they are so that has happened. Also they're incentivized to arrest people or even to kill beagles so they have in a lot of police officers. Who of course anonymous? We have talked about this in the media because he couldn't take it anymore the orders to kill and for them receiving money at the end of a drug operation for the number of people that they can't that's costing them the police officers are can some of them can pick this. They're young. They're very patriotic. They they know this neighborhood. They're fun this neighborhood police officer not for the middle class sector there from the poor communities lower income communities. They know this people that were killed by their fellow police officers and some of them you know they need jobs so they don't WanNa you know most of them don't want to talk about in you. Know identified it out of all of those slope needed than identified in such. But this has happened. They couldn't take it anymore. They're the news lead. There are the Conscious bugging them and that they order actually is to kill people that that's that's hard that's hard to believe. And they're getting incentive to get extra money Killings that don't yes because most police officers. They only their Six hundred dollars on a thirty vessels. That's what's the average. When he's officer is making so I think there are have been moved to increase their income. I'm sure at what point in the policy making body is the that initiative is already ask what stage it is but I think the average I checked this already. The thirty THOUSAND FASCISTS SIX HUNDRED S. I think that's the average end to somebody's officers. Who HAVE FAMILIES THEY? Couldn't you know the have to also make both ends need? And so they you know kind of accept the fact that they can make money out of this drug operations some of them sell the drugs that they see so there was a big scandal involving the chief of the Philippine National Police. He resigned already. They're already been charges against him I thought about this end the conference. Because one of the highlights of this war on drugs combined was that they see. I think Six hundred kilograms of drugs and then they reported dirty integrion's and the rest. They sold it the profit from it so they recite go the drugs and a cease. And IT'S SCOWN. That's run by police officers so they can profit from the operations and yes the the sexual favors they ask of women in the households so they can get their hospital Parents their brothers out of a a police officers watchlist those so that they won't address them so that they won't kill them they would offer themselves are. The police would go after an ask for sexual favors rape them in exchange for the lives of their brothers. Fathers our husbands partners and that's been documented and so sad Power Corrupts empower. Absolute power corrupts absolutely and these police officers when except for those who have a gain. Subconscious who has conscience are becoming so bold with the way they conduct police operations because they don't get sued anyway as I've said years just one conviction just those two no three low level police officers. No ranking officers. Not even their commanding officers in. I'm not even sure if they're actually in in a jail. You're some sort of a detention for police officers. I don't know about that. So they don't get to be accountable for these abuses and in the police memorandum circular that they issued in the beginning of the war which made this war Enforce all those end the on Bieber. At least our there are limits to the way they exercise power. There has to be no human rights violations. Once they're discharge of firearms. You get to be investigated once. There's a human right violation or a person who died in the operations regardless of the circumstances. You'RE GONNA be investigated administratively. You can get suspended. You can get the mortgage and these things don't happen and that's worrisome. Because it's also affecting the internal mechanism of the police to keep their officers Officers away from being corrupted guests It's also costing the police. They're professional listen warmer especially their you know their acceptance with the commuter their relationship with the community because they're supposed to be community police. They have to build relationships with the community. Have to be doing their jobs being up right about the way they do their jobs. In addition be abusive and Does that Those things that they do extra from the operations from the way that they do legitimate these for fantastic accounted for the past to be there. They have to pay for it. Because it's not it's not in the memorandum. It's not in the orders. I mean at least paper but there are some orders for them to kill and there are some money for it and that's wrapping the whole police force. You talked about that again and I just wanted to make very clear that you that there has pleased officers who've come forward in an anonymous manner and have documented that they have been told to kill when they're doing these raids and operations. They've been told to kill in.

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"philippine" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

13:51 min | 2 years ago

"philippine" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Send a check to few chose to do that. Thanks in advance for any donations that you provide. Okay, now as time for the interview that we mentioned earlier both us, and I were very impressed with this young lady Abigail who runs reformation pages. She's fourteen years old. And we were quite impressed with her maturity, I hope you are too, and check out her pages at reformation pages on Facebook and also she has a Twitter. So check those out follow her. All right. So I have a special guest with me for this section of the rap report. She is the person behind reformation pages met her out here, actually, I've met her before in California, but she's out here in the Philippines, and she was at the snatch them from the flames conference actually you had something more to do with that. We'll get to see if we can get person behind you on, on the on the show. But her name is Abigail, and she is. Is well, I'm gonna let her introduce herself and only get let her give you her age, 'cause you're not going to be a little bit surprised as we have the conversation when you realize how old she actually is because you're gonna think she's lying like I do. But go ahead introduce yourself. Hello there. My name is Abigail. I am fourteen years old. I've, I've been living in Philippians, and I saw Andrew Rappaport on California during the shepherds conference. And we discussed about two weeks during that time then he recently found out that I actually owned reformation pages in case you guys didn't know about that. That group it actually tackles or coats codes of pastors preachers around around the world. Into Philippines or in America. So I tried to find good quotes on, on teaching about theology on, on the attributes of God. Whatever is really reformed for reformation pages, we recently had a conference that was sort of put together by someone you know, maybe a couple of people, you know what he think. Yes, it was actually place together and thought about by my dad who's to past her far church. And what's the Turk name? The name of my churches. Rockefeller refuge. Christian church. It's reformed. Yeah. And it follows teaching slight John. John MacArthur, Steve Lawson and all those reform preachers, because we're recently out here in the Philippines for snatch him from the flames. What do you think you learn the most out of this conference? So during this conference. I learned about the false teachers how they roll and what exactly they tackle and try and how they tried to attract people to attend their churches, which is really through prosperty teaching people like in the Catholic churches here in Philippians dare starting to merge rid prepared to you prepared to churches, which is really turning out to be a disaster, because many, Christians are being led astray and day are confused by the Catholic church is partnering with some of the quote, unquote Christian churches. So that's why the there's really big topic trending right now, and many, Christians are confused. So that's why recently this conference natural him from the flames, the sided to tackle about that by just in Peter's, Andrew Rappaport. So it's been really good and many people. Love learning about the background of defaults. Teachers would or some of the things you walk away with from this conference. So I learned that. How false teachers they would I learned about backgrounds, I of the false teachers for guys like. You can name names. Okay. Guys, like you know, we're not afraid of naming names go fort so I learned about dissect, Benny Hinn. Robert Morris, Bussan shes in the Philippines and guys like joy on fashionable. How the how they would do first they were partner would each other and Dan discussed many Christians to be confused about why they partner with Roman Catholic this as I said earlier than I also learned how. Holiday would really try to make their messages. And sir months to try to get more money from the people attending which explains why they're really rich. And I had I, I know I quoted one of the guys and I I I'm gonna look at your debts. Make sure I pronounce the name right? Because it was Oreo belly on. No, I'm trying to make sure I get dependence Asian badly on. Oh, is very interesting because he, he took the verse that's should say that the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil. And he said, he says that, that, that we that some say that the love of money is the root of all evil, but he says the lack of money is the root of all evil and I guess it was interesting for me. At least when I mentioned his name, there's this grown throughout the entire stadium like. Shots onto projector taking photos of the, of the pastor of, gee, twelve 'cause this is first time hearing it from, from another preacher. And everyone's happy with what Justin I said, right? Yeah. Most of them are never quite an extractions you mean. Like the woman preacher that left when we when Justin mentioned about women preachers. Oh, yeah. She walked out. What reaction so before before the, the conference actually before snatched him from the flames? We had a couple other events that your dad had arranged. So we had one at your church on church discipline. And, and then Justin spoke on, Charles hood, conversion. And then I'll talk about that in a let you mentioned what we did on Friday. Okay. So during church discipline, it was real. I mainly Woosh, Andrew Rappaport teaching us how a church should. Disipline niche other before, and it makes he taught us how to approach to one that you have conflict with. And but, but, but really the main thing before doing Matthew eighteen was checking yourself. I if you had any wrong checking yourself, if is this really a sin that I had, or he did he or she did to me with this other believer, and it's really a self check first before you do Matthew eighteen on your under on your brother or sister in Christ. And now let's see if this really was send that he or she did to you, you need to tell them and you can't let descend or bitterness in your heart fester because love that tolerate sin is not love at all. So really you should if, if you have a problem with your brother assistant, Christ you need to approach them before, descend, festers and really gets deeper. And bigger and bitterness Harbin's until until it finally explodes. And then just in Peter's later that after noon, talked to us, special bonus topic on childhood conversion just because a child grows up in Christian family does not Matica Lee meeting, that Detroit, the snow Christian because and even when to trial, this baptized, because that Jim really is just telling people that you're Christian is a proclamation becoming Christian is really repenting. Entrusting Jesus Christ as your Lord and savior after trial best that which is really great. And you didn't crunch them to mature more in Christ. Jesus in Jesus Christ in glorifying him in, it would be great to see the results of the faith of the child before they can get baptized. So that's really what what Justin Peters taught about. Out into afternoon. And he and he also showed as examples of how true conversion is Christian, which means you need to have a love for the brethren godly affection. Especially love for Christ continues. Love for Christ your faith in him really all the conversions that would show when you're a Christian. I, I mean, the examples to showed it, golly fiction, and all that if you're a Christian. So that's what just in Peter Stott in the afternoon. Well, Andrew Rappaport Totta, stretch discipline in the morning greatly help, and I would really suggest at your church goes through learning how to apply church discipline 'cause it would really benefit the members of the church, would we do on Friday on Friday? We had an open air. So Andrew Rappaport taught us how to do and how to do an actual open air for all the brethren for all the brethren in my church, how to like you can't turn your back around of people or else. The people will start to leave and how your voice needs to be loud enough for two people to hear pow you need to so especially show respect to the people. Unlike other Christian, sadly, Wendy, step up under box. They would immediately argue with the people with no respect or honor. And which is why the people would start to turn against the preacher, but really in an open air, you should show, respect and compassion, and gentleness. Because then people would see how Christians would act. Remember your Representative of God here and how you act would show how Jesus acted which really is so huge responsibility. And then we did someone that I've never done before we went inside a mall. Now, I've been inside a moment of Angelides, and I've been outside doing open air, but there's no way I could get away with what we did here in the Philippines. We went into a mall set up a big amplifier, right in the middle of atrium, and just started preaching the gospel. How did that go? Well, price God many people and circled around, and Rappaport, and started listening to what he had to say, and some of them got the free books, and tracts and some of. Them even listened up to the end of his open air preaching which is really praise God. And even though there were other preachers that came next after direct report, some people came in went, so but some people you could see that they were really listening and, and uprated at it really convicted their hearts. No. I noticed that you and your sister. Don't seem to go very many places without handing out gospel tracts, I think, actually I could be wrong, but you seem like you make you put me to shame and I end out a lot of tracks, but you tour like track machines. So you enjoy given out gospel, tracts you. You enjoy talking with folks talk about the evangelists that, that you do. I know your dad is very involved with, with vandalism and very supportive of living waters. And so in you've gotten a sea Ray covered live, do some open air. So we could even talk about that so well. Really, my, it was my parents who trained me to give tracks ever since I was a kid. That's why I got so used in giving tracks immediately to other people, although it's not easy. I can tell you sometimes when you're going to hand out tracts to gonna seep before you hand out the checks, you will look at people's face. Sometimes it's really old in Drumcree in your frayed to give the truck to them. But even sometimes some of the old people are grouchy people that I give trucks to after you give it to them, and explain to them, what this really is. You're gonna see their faces brighten up, and it's really encouraging to see that. So don't hesitate keep giving out tracks because you're really sharing to gospel of Christ. And what he did did you enjoy when we out in California for service conference getting see Ray comfort do some opener. Oh, yeah. It was awesome. If you guys are ever in Los Angeles, you should really see Ray comfort open. Aaron Huntington California the experience you have. Is so exciting just makes you want to share the gospel all the more. So really recommended. It mean to see. Reconquered Prejean lives was just so us. Jack. So we're we're right now. We're down in Sabuku. Now we were in Manila for the conference window, same conference again, tomorrow in suppo-. So let's talk about reformation pages that page at you run..

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"philippine" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"philippine" Discussed on KGO 810

"The Philippines from where the date is recorded in Washington. We believe the war breaks out on December seventh that was December eighth in the west of west of the Pearl Harbor, which is means the Philippines. There's a meeting MacArthur and heart the day before what is the focus of the meeting job. Warning came out of the senior American civilian in the Philippines. The High Commissioner Philippines. Mr sayer. You look the senior American civil servants Philippines. He had also received the warning. And he immediately asked to see Admiral Hart internal MacArthur to get their take on. What was about to happen is interesting contrast between the two because MacArthur was in the process of building up the Philippine army. That was his great project when he was retired, and there's visor to the Philippine government. And when he was recalled active duty in July forty one is kind of you can save the Philippine army was MacArthur's baby. If you will and McCarthy was convinced the Japanese would not strike until the spring nineteen forty two heart. Who would also be looking at the same intelligence as MacArthur didn't agree with that Admiral was convinced. Japanese were on the verge of striking. He told Mr. Sayer that and in the last week before the war, apple heart, took some really really excellent steps to dispose the fleet to get the fleet small as it was as ready for war as it could be. Because again, these two senior officers kind of interpreting warning signs differently on those days, you mentioned the last couple of days before the war. They will also visited by the recently arrived British by several Thomas Phillips with just bought out the big battleship prince of Wales Singapore, and he flew to Manila Alaska days before the war started British apple Phillips was Courtney combined American British offense stance against this imminent, lose pending Japanese attack. Do they get final word? The Japanese are on the move. Philip stashes back to Singapore. MS lasting the Americans see of him because three days later, he goes down on his flagship, the prince of Wales off the coast of Malaysia, you know, as part of this. You know, overwhelming Japanese era effort, they were making against the allies. The important point is that. Part both received this warning for Washington. Heart was much more convinced Japanese were on the verge of striking the MacArthur was I just days before heart had with had recalled the fourth marines from the Chinese mainland where they'd been in and around Shanghai. And they just what they got there on the fourth just days before they the US marines arrive, do I have the date riders the fourth the fourth rains arrived in two contingents the thirtieth of number November and the first of December. I believe it was. But you're absolutely right on the the fourth marines had been in Shanghai since nineteen twenty seven Shanghai was very international city, and basically the the the very weak Chinese government had ceded too many of the western imperial powers. The ability to come run Shanghai the way they wanted to. So the Americans the British the French the talian all had. Troops in Shanghai, protecting their civilians fourth marines have been there since nineteen twenty seven and in that last week before the start of the war the fourth marines bait there, a scape on a couple of chartered ocean liners, and then the little China gunboats, and if any of your listeners have ever seen the great Steve McQueen, nineteen sixties movie, the sand pebbles, they'll know exactly what these little gun boats. Look like three of those little gun boats. Justice fourth marines were leaving three of those little gun boats, also sailed across the South China Sea to make their escape, and they all manage to reach the Philippines for war started. Right. And they get the nose of the attack on Pearl Harbor and just within hours. Nell Betty and zero those of the three codenames for the aircraft the Japanese launched against them all over at about twelve. My note says about twelve thirty in the afternoon now, we're we're focusing on the navy here because John is focused on the navy marine story and the ad and the baton. Fleet. That's out in the harbor, but will mention that the Japanese were coming to destroy the airfields in the aircraft and chief among the aircraft that the Japanese wanted to get where the b seventeen why were the b seventeen still on the ground? John. To this day, John it is still controversial, you know, not not roughly nine hours after Pearl Harbor because when they get the word and the Philippines in the early morning hours of the eighth of December. Because you pointed out there on the other side of the dateline it's still dark. You know, they still have time to react before. The sun comes up, you know, because war planes didn't do much in the way of night bombing. So first light on the December, the Americans got a bunch of their fighters up in the air expecting the Japanese twelve live. You know, what the crack of dawn, and they don't and hours go by and there's indecision MacArthur's air command or goes to him trying to get permission to bomb Formosa. They dilly dally all morning long with a combination of seven. Four and the submarines of the Shattuck fleet. The army's be seventeen in the navy submarines where the supposed to be the main field for the Philippines to include reaching out is striking Japanese and again, it's still controversial to this day. But the bottom line is to a combination of indecision,.

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"philippine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"philippine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Fighting for MacArthur is the book, John Gordon is the author of the navy and marines corps is desperate defence of the Philippines. We'll get onto the fight. Now. John because submarines were they were what the navy thought was the war plan to defeat the Japanese invasion. The fourteenth imperial army is coming on. It has with it a one really good division. I think it was the forty eighth and secondary division. The sixteenth. They were going to land north of Manila on Luzon and south Manila on Luzon and then pincer towards Manila. The Manila Bay MacArthur had a plan to defeat them at the beaches with his so-called Philippine divisions. That didn't hold. Well. There was one really good cavalry regiment. You note the last cavalry combat unit in the and the history of the United States, but the submarines John you concentrate on that why we're not the submarines effective against the Japanese invasion. Again. It was a terrible disappointment to the navy on that first day of war all about half the submarine sortie Manila Bay to take up their war positions. Some of them were post to lose on to form like a shield against you know, alive in Japanese troop transports to land on the island or their subs percent much for their field. They were set up to Formosa there were sent over to the Indo China coast some over setup in a direction of Japan itself in an attempt to attack Japanese warships and merchant shipping. But within the first week, the navy learned to it's it's it, you know, to it's great shock that. He was getting report after report from this commanding officers city submarines that something was badly wrong with the torpedoes submarine captains were taking four five six per pito shots at enemy tankers or enemy warships or enemy cargo ships at you know, at certainly. What appeared to be them you? Good shots real one or two miles distance from the solve and nothing was happening. You know, they were they were the submarine captains were experimenting kind of vary. The depths of their torpedoes thinking, the torpedoes we're wanting to deep under the Japanese ships. But one in fact, was happening was the detonators of torpedoes were very very faulty in in the period of the nineteen thirties before the start of the war. The navy department had just not properly tested these submarine Petito detonators. So it was in the first three weeks of combat when all these eighty Shaddock fleet's submarines were tempting to one protect Luzon from Japanese landing and to go much further afield to attack Chapman shipping they were discovering to their horror. These these poor pedophiles just weren't working in anyone ever have to answer for the fact that the Mark six torpedoes didn't work. It would not have been a hard test to take them out in sync. A scou- somewhere who who who walked the plank for that? Well, I know the navy's bureau of ordinance, you know, was had lots of of red faces over this some submarine skippers will relieve because they were thought to be not aggressive enough. But really it was wasn't so much their fault. Texas. They didn't work they didn't work at midway of the coral sea. Or the torpedo plates were total three about a year and a half into the war amazing incredibly it was a year and a half into the war before the navy had really fixed the problems with these submarine torpedoes, not detonating. It's staggering John. Consider we sent submarines and torpedo planes to their deaths without torpedoes and the navy didn't figure it out right away. With all these reports they were taking their were taking shots right up against ships. John, and they were not getting not getting results. Somebody in Washington was out of their mind. It's it's one of the, and of course, MacArthur in the Philippines, and as you know, from from you know, from reading the book relations between the army and the Knicks. Mix network. Important because MacArthur perceived submarines for performing so badly. Right MacArthur figured out right away that what he needed to do to save his reputation was put out a lot of propaganda about how things were going well for him and how he's going to defeat the Japanese on the beach at the same time. He comes up with a strategy to blame the navy to blame Admiral Hart, did Admiral Hart know, what he was up doing. He did that they're they're MacArthur after about the first week of the war actually during the first week of the war. And then repeatedly thereafter, MacArthur was sending messages back to Washington to army chief-of-staff journal Marshall and two Mr. Stimpson who's the secretary of the army, basically painting a picture that he was overwhelmed by Japanese numbers, which he wasn't. He had more men than the fourteenth the American army and the Philippine army had considerably more men than what Japanese landed on Luzon. But of course, he he also turned on the navy and Admiral Hart and Admiral stark, the chief of naval operations in Washington were spending an awful lot of time. Trying to deflect the blows coming from MacArthur saved. The navy was defeatist. The navy wasn't helping the defense of the Philippines. The submarines were failing one thing after another, and you know. Unfortunately, you know, up in a lot of senior folks in the navy while this campaign was going on to include all the way up to the fall of credit or may of nineteen forty two. They were getting a bit more and more of a feel of the plop again, this Stickney claims Douglas mccarthur was made when he said that the Japanese feared the Russians. I mean, it's up to read the the you've reproduced some of his communication in the book. John are are you alone. Now in saying, this is generally understood isn't taught at the academy that MacArthur was delusional. Well, I'll say this John that that and as I mentioned in the closing chapter my book, I talked about how army navy relations were strained for the rest of the war. Because of the navy's experiences with MacArthur in this first Philippine campaign. I think MacArthur's reputation was very good all the way up until about the early nineteen eighties. Most of the books were written about a moose. The things were said about him tend to be very complimentary question when Truman relieved him during the Korean war. Humans popularity plummeted. John you've reproduced facts he lies to his commanding officer question. Absolutely. No question that MacArthur to use a modern term McCarthy was spinning the news people their lives. That's what he did any any only visited baton once. All right. Let's get back to Bataan because the Japanese are on shore because MacArthur first of all he didn't send the seventeenth sooner set them. And then he also claimed that he was going to stop them at their beaches and lied about stopping them. But they're beaches, thanks to the twenty six I think the cavalry regiment. They delay the Japanese advance. So that the Filipinos in the American army fall back to the Bataan peninsula, but as of the twenty twentieth twenty-first twenty-second, the ninth of January the Japanese are already cracking through the beginning defenses. They fall back midway to the rear battle position. But now a striking battle that John features for some pages the Japanese attempt to laugh. Landing around the American lines on a place called Langa scou-, y and point and that is well to the south, and it wasn't Japanese regiment. They're only thirteen two battalions. They're only thirteen fighting battalions at one point on a baton by the Japanese in two of them were attempting to come around to the back, and John you tell the wonderful story of the navy fighting on the land because there were no army men around. It's one of the most interesting parts of this campaign, sailors, ended up doing a lot of unique. And Hello ick things in this campaign that they never did elsewhere in the war, and and just pray quickly during this late December early January time that you're describing most as as they have to evacuate Manila is they have to pull back to correct or and the three of the little harbor forts, and they have to pull back to Bataan you'll the armies retreating most of the larger ships of the attic fleet cruisers destroyers, most of the submarines most of the support vessels head south. They head south to join up with the British and Dutch down in in the Dutch East Indies in with the British in Singapore. The navy leaves behind almost all the marines, nearly sixteen hundred marines and about twenty five hundred sailors and the little China gunboats, stay the PT boats. If your listeners have ever seen the movie they were expendable with John Wayne anyone? Thirty four thirty five and forty five minutes. They leave some minesweepers behind all to provide some naval support for the fall of for the defensive Matan. But then they also created some infantry units because they had sailors who had been the survivors of the bombed-out Kabibi navy yard sailors who scare units had no more airplanes. Sailors ships have been lost these guys and a handful of marines were formed into an infantry battalion. And when the Japanese made that landing on the southwestern tip of the ten you mentioned the army was in the process of retreating from the first line on Matan to the second line Justice, the Japanese maybe some abuse landings. So the army had lightened no reserves to spare. Everything was committed to try to form the second line about halfway down the Bataan peninsula. And so the only nearby unit was his battalion of sailors. Which gets committed as soon as they learn the Japanese restore and in some wild jungle fighting these completely inexperienced, sailors for all intents and purposes, they fight Japanese with standstill and the Japanese captain who commands the battalions, they find his diary. That's why we know how they what how they went through these five days of fighting captain, hit Cada, DACA, capital Dhaka, and John because it's six years later. I wanna make a note of the fact that these Japanese imperial army officers, and these units here, they fought very, well, they were they were outnumbered in many instances and their own superior officers pulled out the best division too early and left the inferior divisions inadequately supplied and undermanned for the for the assault on Bataan. So there were mistakes on both sides. Yeah. And and the I was very very fortunate to find that diary of that Japanese captain, who's the senior officer fighting against these this naval battalion, they have they have the original the original diary with an English. Translation is located in the MacArthur archives in Norfolk and the the ark of down. There. Who is tremendous helped me over period of several years. He had long had this Japanese diary stashed way wasn't really sure what it was. You know, they had the translation, but they weren't really sure where this unit was that was fighting, but I put the pieces of the story together. And it was just a one more. Find to have the diary of the senior Japanese officer who fought against this battalion of sailors and marines in southern ten April eighth ninth seventy five thousand American army Philippine scouts Philippine army soldiers and Philippine Constabulary just surrender between seventy and seventy five thousand. Thousand of them to the Japanese on Bataan the rest have evacuated to Caribbean door when we come back the defensive the rock between early April and.

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"philippine" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"philippine" Discussed on The Starters

"All right but the chances of getting all those players from team usa slim very slim if we can get one all those all you'll strong players are going to play yes i believe unless they're engine surprised if someone just says i'm not playing because i wanna play that'd be very surprised especially eligible it'd be great to see him back playing for usa see how people react to because he's very popular very popular with that those teams those squads man i'm very final one here yes we got to start talking about that they meant that going to australia this huge demand huge more than the philippines well the philippines has a population doesn't it does it other anyway we've got enormous demand enormous seem that important to the really but i think philippines you here working jd's like this is like hq someone goes what are the seconds i gotta go what am i picking lunch or three i typed i typed in philippines pop to save time but then i got a lot of pop artists from the philippines not a good idea yeah it's way bigger right it's hundred and three million oh wow yeah strays twenty full trailing australia philippine philippines on account and bruno mars philippines on the way to strata well we got stop at your airport singapore yeah take a dump this story this story all right okay but if there's a question it's it's difficult question but hey guys this past year i went to my first nba game a buddy and i took a six and a half hour road trip to memphis to watch the warriors versus the grizzlies we took off friday from work and we made a whole weekend out of it saturday afternoon before the game we decided to eat at rendezvous for lunch right when we get there i see leila's eating with a friend was about to go up and say hi and how much i love the show but i convinced myself there's no way that could be him it just didn't make any sense for lee to be there i just figured it must have been adopted ganger and i didn't think anything of it when the weekend was over i missed thursday and fridays episodes of the starter so i went to youtube to catch up at the end of the episode skeets announced lee would be going to memphis to cover the game it was lee.

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"philippine" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"philippine" Discussed on The Starters

"All right but the chances of getting all those players from team usa slim very slim if we can get one all those all you'll strong players are going to play yes i believe unless they're engine surprised if someone just says i'm not playing because i wanna play that'd be very surprised especially eligible it'd be great to see him back playing for usa see how people react to because he's very popular very popular with that those teams those squads man i'm very final one here yes we got to start talking about that they meant that going to australia this huge demand huge more than the philippines well the philippines has a population doesn't it does it other anyway we've got enormous demand enormous seem that important to the really but i think philippines you here working jd's like this is like hq someone goes what are the seconds i gotta go what am i picking lunch or three i typed i typed in philippines pop to save time but then i got a lot of pop artists from the philippines not a good idea yeah it's way bigger right it's hundred and three million oh wow yeah strays twenty full trailing australia philippine philippines on account and bruno mars philippines on the way to strata well we got stop at your airport singapore yeah take a dump this story this story all right okay but if there's a question it's it's difficult question but hey guys this past year i went to my first nba game a buddy and i took a six and a half hour road trip to memphis to watch the warriors versus the grizzlies we took off friday from work and we made a whole weekend out of it saturday afternoon before the game we decided to eat at rendezvous for lunch right when we get there i see leila's eating with a friend was about to go up and say hi and how much i love the show but i convinced myself there's no way that could be him it just didn't make any sense for lee to be there i just figured it must have been adopted ganger and i didn't think anything of it when the weekend was over i missed thursday and fridays episodes of the starter so i went to youtube to catch up at the end of the episode skeets announced lee would be going to memphis to cover the game it was lee.

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"philippine" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"philippine" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"You stay in your zone stay in your zone as much as you can and so that's what i that's what i did i just stayed in i tried to stay in my own dude it has to come to that extreme for that to be now i don't think so because then what what are we saying we're saying that something really horrible has to happen mortar for you to have a you know an aquaman i don't think that's it i think it was just that's what was happening in my life the time i know times does take that oftentimes it does it would have happened one way or the other i wish it hadn't been that but you know i'm brca positive so it was eventually going to happen to me anyway for the most part to go through the thing of checking your daughter and doing all that 'cause that's a lot sadly he's adly no i i she has asked me will i have that and i said no absolutely and so you now for now we don't talk about that she doesn't need to be you know she's not of you you know the ones haven't changed for her yet but you know i it's it's very very big in my family like there's a lot of bracha positive what can mom realis may be baraka positive what could they do now to circumvent any of that craziness well a lot of people are doing pre you know it's controversial it's very controversial but they're getting mastectomies without having had cancer they're taking their over eason philippine tubes out because the chance of getting ovarian cancer is way higher than the average person how you find out if you are a disciplined tests so i say just you know you gotta do you gotta talk to your doctor and you gotta.

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"philippine" Discussed on The Infinite Monkey Cage

The Infinite Monkey Cage

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"philippine" Discussed on The Infinite Monkey Cage

"I was one of the things i love about science is abbreviations of scientific departments can i just tell you there's a there's an instance using the philippines called fifth blocks still folks fill fox are ready i was concerned manorexic the glenn anyway i'm seeking votes it cooled fifth looks philippine institute of volcanology and seismology setlai face that's ridiculous abbreviation why can't this called it the volcano department because developing news this the philippines ridiculous they're called it the philippines institute of okay they need set p pcv beers because it volcano department prefer following sales of a joke doesn't it you were down the volcano department that sounds pretty pete lau everybody's there in everybody's just called it the volcano came to pop what does you at least the volcanoes what we find isn't it tell me some distributors laudable china's fine then they'll tell me whether from spoke as you say before you for you have various acronyms sent for the some of the organisation's you try i tried to think of what my my loss ground proposal also mit to funding council will be which really takes making than the way that the acronym spells out i mean i went and it'll polite asylum myself there was a conference that where a team for another country had to come up with the one roommate sensing experiment see that quickly sumith thinking all right here much cricket that i am at one which are you very nice don't say what he did sold off with volcanic activity and then you can guess threatening.

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"philippine" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"philippine" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"In has said one so seemingly there's been serious reports on that that he had already thrown somebody out of they italy copter and you was ready to do it again so i hope it won't be from canadian helicopters we should not have a system in place we should stand up for basic principle including the defence of human rights and in dis dozen sit at all okay but why what to tell us and specifically we know that at present detective to the philippines makes quite extraordinary statements of this nature what can you point two is the problem with selling these helicopters to the philippines well there have been attacks on villages uh by the philippine army th th the range of issues with respect for human rights is is huge normally we're not supposed to export arms so equipment and if there is a risk that it can be used to commit abuses of human rights in this case i think there are serious uh risk in in this seemingly has not been evaluated at all because from what we understand uh did the deal was arranged between the department of defense in the philippines army i mean i it's not ellie cop tur's that or provide did to a civilian organization is provided to this the army of the philippine right but how do you figure that the global affairs said in an email on tuesday as i have the helicopters will be used for quote disaster relief search and rescue passenger transport and utility transport well how can be kerinci death and that's the issue and right now our rules trade that if we can export.

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"philippine" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"philippine" Discussed on Ologies

"Literally don't know okay so check this out about ninety percent of the cells that are walking around that you call you and that share your social security number are actually other creatures they're microbes mites eccentric now we're going to cover this in more detail when abbott microbiologist on but i just wanna know that you're covered in full of organisms so you're never alone feel free to use the second person plural from now on as the royal we refers to trillions of other persons who have hopes and goals and dreams such as to live in a porn near your nose do you hate this podcast i hope not i i remember when i was a teenager all moving to america on the way here i was in the philippines this is a gross story but i'm gonna tell at an ally in the philippines and i was like oh my god i've got pubic lice and i'm like wait it's an aunt i'm like how to get it might crowds uh i tell you secret what amp at my back crack runs so i i get it what is there would what is it with ants where why are they so social maybe they were lodi what is the deal with with like bees anz being social insects and the rest from being like fuck all you all this apple cores mine all cases some uh wasps bees and some lost right of the hymen opther there are many of them that our social insects but they're wasps uh and bees who are not so a carpenter bees are smarts like solitary bees and you see the black once fly around which the females and the like kind of tan colored ones in the males we call them teddybear bs they're huge there so pretty i i once didn't know what it was an i tried to kill one match i shouldn't have and i and but the joke was i mean excite i used to have rolled up magazine and i and i blew out a window and then i had to pay for the when uncle.

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"philippine" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"philippine" Discussed on Here & Now

"In the philippines today you know the philippines is a long history the united states i would say the love hate relationship filipina still remember the philippine american war or though not that much but filipinos ought to have very strong ties to the us are about four million filipinas here in america and american movies in michigan culture we speak american english so there there are very strong boys political ties as well less effective dis and family ties to dare dead has you know brought back that element of dugout for example american massacres jim to been american war he's also castigated the americans for the hypocrisy towards human rights all all of them very very legitimate but you know the ted has also accepted us military assistance for fighting the war in mindanao so he's trying to have the best of both worlds he's um he both criticizes the us but his accepts and welcomes us assistance in five ding isis in mid or icees ally aligned terrorist in mindanao you mentioned the war in mindanao give us a little more details about that what's going on there some meant there is a um a muslim minority in the philippines they have been since the 1970s been in some sort of war with the philippine government in the 1970s it was really am a war for autonomy and independence uh it's never been settled the muslims in the philippines the more a people as we call them have genuine grievances against the philippine government it's a battle over land is a battle over identity sobat of recognition of the distinctiveness over there history in their culture there have been several attempts to have peace negotiations with various amouroux movements more a separatist and nationalist movements unfortunately many of those negotiations have failed so now you have a younger generation.

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"philippine" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"philippine" Discussed on Amanpour

"Well i guess yes some it's going to be very interesting because you have to individuals who are very much alike in their thinking in their language and even in their demeanour beating each other for the first time and what makes it cure use is because the philippine president has declared that he would pursue an independent foreign policy departing from a very longstanding tradition of the philippines recognizing the american stunned that only as the strongest ally but even recognizing a relationship philippine dependency the wednesday night at states do you think the fact that they are both considered to have i mean let's just put it this way authoritarian tendencies or characteristics do you think that binds them i mean remember of course the president do tetteh said some pretty unpleasant things about president obama well let's just say that both of them did that like president obama i'm not about ready to concede that the philippine president has a tendency towards authoritarianism in any case the philippines as the early on in the if the united states inherited the constitutional tradition of the united states and i think the fact that we are one country that followed the constitutional tradition of the united states with chicken balances between co inco branches of government we'll be lie the socalled authoritarian tendencies okay so let me ask you what are you hoping to hear from the president of the united states of america first meeting with president do tetteh are you know in the wake of let's take the first issue the war on drugs according to the statistics more than twelve thousand five hundred people have been killed since the president took office in june 2016 and police say about three thousand five hundred of those were shot by offices in self defence i mean you are a form a human rights advocate you've done a lot of human rights work yourself i mean you can see that this is a very very difficult situation.

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"philippine" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"philippine" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Well there is i mean they tried to have a whole list a a holy polio stick approach but there's nobody in charge there's no decision maker they can say no sick state you're gonna do this this if it wanted to do that and and it's there in lead it's everybody has to agree you know unless the presidency comes down and says no you're gonna do this specifically i thought about it and i'm sorry mark well i mean that's just the way it is and and as ugly if that system is if it's if it's used and actually engaged uh it it definitely can't come up with the best possible answer it because it covers all the basis rather than one agency by self think they've got the answers and driving it in a drive in the train i was thinking about you recently more on a trip i took to the philippines and i was talking to the philippine marines in the the gets to some very austere areas of the philippines we're their funding a counterinsurgency um so they're they're actively in combat with the enemy in some of these areas but there are also doing all these other things on economic projects civil projects building roads on there's some cases were philippine soldiers even act as school teachers in uh in impoverished areas of the country and one retired marine general told me he's like you know we go out there we do all these things and we think where's the rest of our government and reminded me of something you told me once about how when we fight unconventional warfare that the um the treasury department should be brought in the department of agriculture department of all the and that's where you're talking about an interagency process how do you think these different agency should be integrated into the unconventional warfare process how what would that look like in a in a in a more ideal world.

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