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American Could Only Have Controlled Afghanistan if We Installed a Dictator

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | Last month

American Could Only Have Controlled Afghanistan if We Installed a Dictator

"If you wanted to retain control of afghanistan. Eric it's like retaining control of rikers island. You'd need a thought. We would have had to appoint a military dictator there who would have enforced rule harshly the way the president of egypt had to do when he overthrew the muslim brotherhood. We would have had to put an a dictator who was willing to crack. Heads shoot people and it would have embarrassed america and certainly not something by would have done. There is no humane way to rule a place like afghanistan. You will either have an islamist dictatorship like taliban or you will have a secular dictatorship along the lines of qaddafi or saddam hussein or assad in syria so thick that the option of a multi cultural pro transgender jemma critic feminist regime in the middle east is not on the table. It never what okay. What about british style colonialism. Another words they were not Pro transgender they were not flying rainbow flags over the embassies. Wh- because there's a fourth option right. You just mentioned we can have a strong man a pinochet Some pig right. But how's that but we can't pull that off now. We can't even control. Our southern border. America is not strong enough to control a country like afghanistan. We can't enforce order in the streets of baltimore maryland. It'd be like britain trying to have an empire right

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Coming write-up: Chile votes to overhaul its constitution

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:08 min | 1 year ago

Coming write-up: Chile votes to overhaul its constitution

"The votes are in. Yesterday Chileans decided by an overwhelming majority to scrap and replace their dictatorship. Eric. Constitution. Bluesy Thomas. WHO Come in. Give President Sebastian. Benita said it was the beginning of a new path for the country. Wants to soon peretti Chile's constitution was introduced under Augusto. Pinochet the dictator who ruled by terror for nearly two decades he lost power after a plebiscite in nineteen eighty eight. United in opposition to the regime of General Pinochet was the biggest political rally yet seen in the capital, but the constitution remained. Later governments amended it dozens of times but for many Chileans, the constitution's most fundamental provisions to blame for the inequality and poor public services that plague one of America's wealthiest countries. Year ago mass protests erupted. At least thirty people died and thousands were injured. There were yet distractions in the run-up to yesterday's vote. Now the country will get a chance to recast its national charter quietening some concerns but perhaps raising new ones. Chileans blame the constitution of nine hundred for lot. That's wrong with the country Brooke Unger is our America editor in many ways looking from the outside there's not a lot wrong with Chile. It's got one of the highest per capita incomes in the region. It's reduced poverty very dramatically. It's had political stability for the past thirty years but there are also big problems and people who have been growing increasingly unhappy with those problems over the past decade decade and a half. So what were the issues with it if the outcome has seen? So stable in the meantime, several things inequality remain relatively high and I think most important really was a feeling that large because of the constitution the way. The public services were delivered resulted in low quality and great unfairness the constitution kind of privileges, the private sector in Chile, and the reason for that is that Pinochet had kind of an intellectual alliance with the so-called University of Chicago economists who were very pro free market and they wrote into the constitution lots of guarantees to protect the private sector and to give the private sector a pretty substantial role in providing public services like health care pensions, education and people have looked at that and become increasingly unhappy with the results of that system has brought. So how do you think it is that a rewriting of the constitution will will address all of these concerns I, think that the new Constitution will probably end up making Chile more social democratic than it is, for example, the constitution now says that people have a right to contribute either to a privately run or a publicly run healthcare system, which has resulted in a kind of a two tier system where the richer in the private system and most people are in the public system and the bulk of people feel that they're not very well served by that kind of two tier system. So I would expect some language that would allow the state to play a greater role in the health system that would allow taxation to play a role in funding a public health system and one of the things that reformers wants to. Do is to insert this idea of equality of opportunity into the constitution which doesn't have the American meaning. It basically means that they want the state to be in a position to ensure that all Chilean's are treated equally, and so that will I think lessen the role of the private sector in the provision of public services, and that's the real crux of it. What voters most want changed other things that probably will change some people say that the Chilean system is sort of hyper presidential. The president has a lot of power in Chile only the president can initiate tax and spending bills. For example Congress can do that. The president can determine which issues congress prioritizes the regions in Chile don't. have their own tax-raising powers. So all of these things tend to concentrate power in the capital and in the hands of the presidency and I would expect to see that being changed. It'll be interesting to see whether the constitution's ban on abortion is upheld. Imagine that will be a very controversial issue. So Chile is at a point where it could change in lots of pretty profound ways but I mean how even to go about that to start from scratch on kind of the working document of a whole country one of the choices that voters made yesterday was on how to rewrite the new constitution and what they decided was that there would be a newly elected assembly consisting entirely of. New Representatives which under the law will be half female and an election that new body will be held in April and that body will then I believe have a year to write a new constitution. So it really will in theory start with a blank piece of paper. One of the complicating issues will be that as this assembly is sitting and arguing and drafting chilly, we'll be moving into a political season. There are presidential elections, national elections to be held in November of next year. So it's pretty foreseeable that you know the politics of the presidential election will feed into the thinking of the drafters and vice versa it's going to be a very fraud I suspect and controversial process so. The potential gains seem fairly clear here, but is there some risk when starting from scratch like this? I think there is a risk Chile has in many ways been a pretty successful country and you can imagine that you know taken to extremes chilly ends up moving not so much in the direction of social democracy. But in the direction of populism being one of the things that probably will happen is that you'll have new rights inserted into the constitution like a right to housing for example now, that doesn't sound like a bad thing but the question will be is the government than on the hook for kind of bottomless spending on all these new rights spending that will either result in. Enormous deficits or crushing taxation I think the danger of that is limited to some extent by the fact that each clause of the new constitutional have to be approved by a two-thirds majority of this assembly. So I think the risks are limited to some extent. It was interesting to see that the very richest districts voted against the idea of a new constitution and after the results of the vote were clear you we had celebrations in the middle of Santiago. So instead of protests, there was a great sense of celebration. So I think that's a sense of national consensus process needs to happen, and it'll be very interesting to see if that national consensus hold up as the process actually gets underway. Brooke. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you, Jason.

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Federal officers Trump sent to Portland teargassed protesters

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Federal officers Trump sent to Portland teargassed protesters

"We've done a great job in Portland Portland was totally out of control and. They went in and I guess we have many people right now in jail and we very much quelled, and if it starts again, we'll quote it again very easily. It's not hard to do you know what you're doing? That was Donald Trump. On Monday today, a commentator Charlie Pierce wrote a major American city is being softly pinot shade in broad daylight, and if we know one thing, if this president and his administration get away with this, it will only get worse joining us now. Democratic Congressman Blumenauer. He Represents Oregon's third district much of which, or which includes much of Portland. Congressman blue our. Thank you for being with us. The governor of your state said that the. Doesn't solve any problems that escalates the situation and we've been watching police and federal forces and National Guard engage with protesters since May, twenty fifth across this country, and in the vast majority of cases, it has inflamed the situation as opposed to calmed it. Absolutely and that's the case here. Dramatic overreaction! The sort of the storm trooper tactics. Luckily, it is all on video. People can see for a fact that there isn't any large menacing crowd. Riot there's. An innocent relatively at looks like an innocent bystander who rolled a tear gas canister that was thrown his way shot by. Nonlethal weapon fractured his skull. This is outrageous and. Donald Trump knew what he was doing. Maybe he could be helpful, but I think it's a deliberate effort to make the situation worse. They've certainly managed to do that ear important. Donald Trump tweeted about this crossing state lines to incite violence as a federal crime Li- liberal governors and mayors much get must must get much tougher on the federal government is going to step in and do what has to be done, and that includes using the unlimited power of our military and many arrests. This works for some people in his base, but it. It's really not what most people think. The US military's for. Absolutely absolutely and in fact what we've seen here in Portland things have been challenging in the past. Things have been quieted down, but moving in here unlimited force. Things like taking bystanders with people who are not clearly identified of who they are not identified shoving them into unmarked cars and taking them away This is a banana republic. This is something that is not calculated to calm a difficult situation and we don't need it. Our governor, our mayor of the congressional delegation. Has. No interest in having this outside interference with people who are not trained in trying to help keep the peace and instead are inflaming the situation. I, you know the Charlie Pierce used the word Pinochet. and You bring up something that I think is important. You see these these officers I don't know what to call them, because we don't really know entirely who they are. They don't have badges. They don't have names. They could be from different federal. Organizations their cars. They're using unmarked vehicles. We just saw one there on the screen I. If this is a legitimate law enforcement effort, none of that would have to happen. Law Enforcement in this country are supposed to wear badges identify themselves have numbers. The cars say police or national guard or military on them. This is very unusual that it seems to be these the secret of tactics. Absolutely and if you're interested in keeping the peace and helping law enforcement, you would coordinate with the local police with the local authorities. They're not there at our. Invitation. Effort to work with us in a cooperative fashion and things that are recorded on video that people can see for themselves have no place in the streets of America's cities. What do we do about the accountability issue? One of the reasons police have badges that you can identify them. These are these people are mask. They have gas mask on in many cases there in full. Combat Gear You think there's an effort here to escape accountability. Absolutely I mean this is the the operating mode of the trump administration mating responsibility, maybe trying to deflect attention from things that are responsibility dealing with the pandemic crow virus. And instead. Of having an opportunity here for people intervening. In a way that is just it. It's scandalous. We're going to work to try and have legislation that help rain this. Limit. The powers have an investigation to find out what actually happened to blow the cover off their story. Good to see. Thank you for joining US Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer who represents the third district which includes much Portland. Thank you for joining me

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"pinochet" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"pinochet" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"They know how to basically work. The populist sure and the circumstances are right. You know, like, maybe there's fear of outsiders coming your way or the economy is bad or something like right. Then you can conceivably consolidate your power in turn, whatever situation into a dictatorship. Yeah. I think it's more It's based on the person and the circumstances that the nation is in with that person. Grabs power than it is on how they actually get into power. Yeah, and whether or not the current leader just happens like, be out of town or something. Yeah, that's another big one. Like sometimes. Yeah, that's well, Let's go and talk about who should be okay. Sure. So COO. Is there different kinds of Kou Orkut data? But A coup is different than a revolution in that there is It's generally a smaller affair. It's not some big mass uprising of people. It's a dude gets ah, smallish band of his military cohorts together. And like we're talking about either someone is sick or they're dying, or they're just out of the country on business, and they come back and they're like you're not in charge anymore. Yeah, Sorry to tell you. Yeah, they're like hand. The discount. This dishwasher is not worth living in the country for it can be who's can be very bloody and violent, but they don't have to be. In fact, I think a lot of times they're not violent. Knows the term a bloodless coup. Yeah, and it's basically a couple of things that make who's Ah or is it just coo like you're saying? No s? No. There's enough. Is it silent? I don't know that. So we're going to go a cooze. Okay, A couple of the hallmarks of who's that You were saying like they're not popular uprisings. It's a small elite group that decided to do it usually the higher ups in the military. And it can be blood. That's where it can just be like you're not in charge any longer. You're out of the country Stay out of the country. We're putting you in exile right? They can be bloody, especially if the person who's being deposed has a lot of loyalty. In the military as well. Yeah, then it can turn pretty pretty bad. Yeah, but I get the feeling that a lot of times the coup isn't attempted unless they feel like they have the support to pull it off. Well, I mean, look, att Turkey, the people who tried that coo like this a few months, but I honest truth. I don't know what happened to them. I think, Erdogan said, like people are going to be punished but not necessarily executed. But I don't know if that's true or not. That's another thing that could make a coup bloody is that it can fail, and then the people who were carrying out the cou get executed or it can succeed and sometimes just for good measure. The Ah, the people carrying out the to execute the former president, which was the case in Peru. With Pinochet. Sorry, chilly, actually. Where Ah Pinochet took over because apparently the parliament asked the military to get rid of the old guy Salvadorian Day, and they said All right, fine. We'll do it, and then they executed A and a Yeah, and a coup doesn't always mean a dictator comes right in either sometimes a kook and just be temporary until they can elect a new national leader. But it's just basically Just a very small overthrowing of the current government. Right? That's all. Do you want to take another break? Yeah, Let's do it, okay?.

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Australian woman arrested over Pinochet-era kidnapping in Chile

Business Beware

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Australian woman arrested over Pinochet-era kidnapping in Chile

"Australia has arrested a Chilean woman accused of being involved in kidnapping torture at our country out of the military rule of Augusto Pinochet should be working and living in Sydney. Thirty years. Most recently as a part time nanny and cleaner in the bone di- region that earlier on today, she was arrested and win the Stanford restraining government that is as the result of standing up to extradition request from the Chilean government because they eventually she is wanted accused of kidnapping and taking in interogations finishes regime.

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"pinochet" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Now teaches at the university of Arizona. He's also institute professor emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of technology where he has taught for more than half a century. I began by asking professor Chomsky about President Trump's national security advisor. John Bolton's recent praise of Brazil's newly-elected, far, right? President j or bowl sonata a former army, captain whose embrace Brazil's former military dictatorship, and as a history of making racist misogynistic, and homophobic, comments the q. Thoroughly metro for Bolton to welcome. Both in our Bolsonaro is definitely his gun of guy. He's vicious brutal. A strong support or Susia sticks. Put or of torture was a little bit critical of the military dictatorship. Because it didn't kill enough people thought it should have killed thirty thousand people like the Argentine dictatorship, which was the worst of the US spectatorship said Latin America, he's wants to throw the country open to investors of term Brazil into kind of caricature of country. This includes opening up the Amazon to his agribusiness supporters. Series blow if not even a death knell to the species of binge jenness virtual genocide for the indigenous population, according to Bolsonaro, they don't deserve square centimeter. It's but by and large just the kind of guy that bolt would greatly admire among the cabinet ministers that both tomato is likely to appoint is Bowo guez. Could you say something about his background? He's going to be both an auto chief financial advisor, the head of the so-called super ministry. Combining the current planning finance and industry ministries. What is this person's background? Good good is is ultra of right wing, Chicago. Economist of his spent time in piano shows Chile is his been very Franken opened in interviews in the Brazilian press about his plans, it's very simple as he puts it privatize everything everything infrastructure at I think think of the reason the motive is to pay off the debt which is owned by the predatory financial institutions that have been robbing the country blind. This will give away the resources of the country for the future of the as I mentioned one part of it is both Nawroz favourite program of opening them as onto agro-business. Yeah. So that's. It's his exactly the kind of person who succeeded in driving Chile's economy to utter disaster within only a few years, it's rarely remembered that when the Chicago boys took over the Pinochet economy. They had every conceivable advantage of the couldn't be any the scent of the torture chambers took care of that. They had the advice of the top stars of the Chicago economics right-wing economics system. They were clever enough not to national not to privatize the made one of the major bases of the land economy, the highly efficient to nationalized copper copper corporation the biggest in the world Codelco. So they. Really had every conceivable advantage within about five years. They had created such economic disaster that the state had to take over the Konami people as a joke used to call it the Chicago road, the socialism they've left a residue which is. Pretty bitter of the pension system. Doesn't work the educational systems collapsed. The so this is the man who's one of their great admirers is now taking over the present any Konami, and it will be a heyday for Verster stock market loves it the think they'll be able to rob freely. Brazil does have an Ormuz wealth and resources, which the cloud to get their hands on for the future of Brazil. It's a disaster. I think for the region quite harmful one of the things that get us as a said is that they may pull Brazil out of Mercosour the self American three traits entered trade system that had been a step stylish than fact of Lula pushed forward of the. And for the world, low phobia. If a potential disaster, destroying if they proceed to destroy the Masan that is a very serious attack on the environment. But again that's just in line with the Bolton of from exactly what they're doing right here. It's their counterpart to recently opening up Eugene areas of the of the west of for further expectation of fossil fuels to accelerate the race to disaster, which we're which is not very far Ralph. So again to pod they should get along fine with another during an interview with the Brazilian TV program in nineteen ninety nine Giro. Both Nado said through the vote you will not change anything in this country..

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"pinochet" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Now teaches at the university of Arizona. He's also institute professor emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of technology where he has taught for more than half a century. I began by asking professor Chomsky about President Trump's national security advisor. John Bolton's recent praise of Brazil's newly-elected, far, right? President j or bowl sonata a former army, captain whose embrace Brazil's former military dictatorship, and as a history of making racist misogynistic, and homophobic, comments the q. Thoroughly metro for Bolton to welcome. Both in our Bolsonaro is definitely his gun of guy. He's vicious brutal. A strong support or Susia sticks. Put or of torture was a little bit critical of the military dictatorship. Because it didn't kill enough people thought it should have killed thirty thousand people like the Argentine dictatorship, which was the worst of the US spectatorship said Latin America, he's wants to throw the country open to investors of term Brazil into kind of caricature of country. This includes opening up the Amazon to his agribusiness supporters. Series blow if not even a death knell to the species of binge jenness virtual genocide for the indigenous population, according to Bolsonaro, they don't deserve square centimeter. It's but by and large just the kind of guy that bolt would greatly admire among the cabinet ministers that both tomato is likely to appoint is Bowo guez. Could you say something about his background? He's going to be both an auto chief financial advisor, the head of the so-called super ministry. Combining the current planning finance and industry ministries. What is this person's background? Good good is is ultra of right wing, Chicago. Economist of his spent time in piano shows Chile is his been very Franken opened in interviews in the Brazilian press about his plans, it's very simple as he puts it privatize everything everything infrastructure at I think think of the reason the motive is to pay off the debt which is owned by the predatory financial institutions that have been robbing the country blind. This will give away the resources of the country for the future of the as I mentioned one part of it is both Nawroz favourite program of opening them as onto agro-business. Yeah. So that's. It's his exactly the kind of person who succeeded in driving Chile's economy to utter disaster within only a few years, it's rarely remembered that when the Chicago boys took over the Pinochet economy. They had every conceivable advantage of the couldn't be any the scent of the torture chambers took care of that. They had the advice of the top stars of the Chicago economics right-wing economics system. They were clever enough not to national not to privatize the made one of the major bases of the land economy, the highly efficient to nationalized copper copper corporation the biggest in the world Codelco. So they. Really had every conceivable advantage within about five years. They had created such economic disaster that the state had to take over the Konami people as a joke used to call it the Chicago road, the socialism they've left a residue which is. Pretty bitter of the pension system. Doesn't work the educational systems collapsed. The so this is the man who's one of their great admirers is now taking over the present any Konami, and it will be a heyday for Verster stock market loves it the think they'll be able to rob freely. Brazil does have an Ormuz wealth and resources, which the cloud to get their hands on for the future of Brazil. It's a disaster. I think for the region quite harmful one of the things that get us as a said is that they may pull Brazil out of Mercosour the self American three traits entered trade system that had been a step stylish than fact of Lula pushed forward of the. And for the world, low phobia. If a potential disaster, destroying if they proceed to destroy the Masan that is a very serious attack on the environment. But again that's just in line with the Bolton of from exactly what they're doing right here. It's their counterpart to recently opening up Eugene areas of the of the west of for further expectation of fossil fuels to accelerate the race to disaster, which we're which is not very far Ralph. So again to pod they should get along fine with another during an interview with the Brazilian TV program in nineteen ninety nine Giro. Both Nado said through the vote you will not change anything in this country..

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"pinochet" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"He praised the Chilean dictator Pinochet from entering more than two thousand people, and he cited his desire to stop the demarcation of indigenous land, and basically cut down more of the rainforest. And like one of the things that he's been really consistent about is saying, I don't think indigenous people have the right to giant tracts of land to have like chunks of the country partition that we can't develop. He's a big advocate of allowing companies to come in and basically pay indigenous people pennies on the dollar for their land. And then strip mine it which is kind of a problem because twenty percent of our planet's oxygen comes from the Giana rainforest. There's some reason to be worried there. Yeah. There's also some reason to be worried because on October twenty first two thousand eighteen J or scenario vowed to purge Brazilian leftists to a cheering crowd of. Supporters a month or so before this he told time like I'm going to be the president for all resilience. And then a couple of months later in October. He said, quote, this time the cleanup will be even greater this group. He's talking about leftists if they want to stay they will have to abide by our laws, either they stay out or they will go to jail immediately before the election Brazilian police often without warrants began bargin in university, classrooms questioning teachers and students. They started taking out books and classroom. Studies related to fascism and sort of the spread of dangerous right wing ideology. And they justified this under the claim that these schools were doing a legal election advertising that was like a bunch of professors were doing this intially classes on fascism and the dangers of fascist authoritarian regimes and this was crackdown by the government immediately before the election, they claim that it was election, tampering, essentially. So that's not a great sign. It's kind of up in the air as to what's going to happen. Whether or not things are going to get tremendously worse. But yeah. Yeah. I get a lot of messages on my social media from people who are like can you handle this campfire that can you apply? This they want whatever their houses, they want me to amplify, and I can't write a can't amplify every 'cause but I've been getting a lot from LGBTQ populations in Brazil's. Yeah. And I just have been crossing over them. But now, I'm realizing exactly what they're referring to. I think there's a deep fear. It's a big problem. And I think a guy like share Bolsonaro, I think we're less likely to see any sort of really clear government policy aimed at LGBT people that you can point to say the government said they're going to do this. The government said they're going to do that. I think what we will see we've already started to see is groups of right wing activists in the street doing violence to gay people doing violence to leftists in tacking. Anyone they see as not part of them. And I think we won't see a lot done to prevent those attacks. But I do think that's that's the smarter move. If you're a guy like bulletin ER. Why would you have gay? Arrested when your supporters will murder them. Anyway, do you know has Trump and asked about his feelings about Wilson? Yeah. Oh, he called him. He was big fan. Big fan tweeted about and everything called Z one super super down with them says that they're gonna we're gonna have great trade deals, and I read another article that was like a Canadian economist magazine saying both in our election is going to be great for Canadian businesses miracle. No good. Yeltsin are big fan..

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"pinochet" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"There's a part of your brain dedicated to reminding you how responsible you are. It's kind of built into everybody and that sends off a vibe to everyone. And that's part of this internalized feeling and the best way I've ever heard this is described as like if you go into a huge piano store and Jayme your finger down on the middle key of that Pinochet like a c, the c string on every other peony will start to vibrate in the whole store, and that's how it is with humans. Like if I'm hitting no matter how my PIN looks, I'm plucking strings that are setting off strings and other at that other person. So in the end e your behavior off the clock. So to speak, plays a vital role in how you come off to other people. And that's what we talked about, like to get this authority to become an authority, there's five zones or five things that you've really got to get a handle on in your life in order to to connect that internalized feeling, which is the final trip wire of thority. There's a lot there I want to unpack as well. So going back to, again the dating example because it's so apt for this, you know when you finally started dating someone for a while and give you had a three, four, six one year, long relationship. Then you go, why the hell is it so easy for me to talk to women? Now, what the heck is going on here that's going on is your agenda is in try to find a girlfriend, gosh gun. So lonely. Don't don't want another Friday night like this. Your agenda is just I'm having a normal conversation with somebody and you don't have that sense of need in. Therefore you're agendas completely different. Your agenda is look. I don't have when I'm just chatting versus before we like don't sing. Signal how much you want to, you know, make out with this partisan or how much you want her to like you write. That kind of thing goes away because you've already got yourself in a relationship or at least with in general that should go away. And so you don't have that and you, you think I'm not doing anything different and true consciously, you're not, but your body, your hormones, your eyeballs, your pulse, all these things that are detectable by subconscious brain and not really something that we monitor consciously, especially in other people. Those are all detectable in. They're all different at that point in time. So true. And this is a great example to that have never really considered and I've been there. Yeah. I mean, that's that's I think why this is so apt is because everybody's been dating at some point or another. Almost everybody who's listening to this understands like, oh, okay. And so the way to fix that is just like what we talk about with any sort of body language, which is you can't just do what a lot of. These like pickup guys doing, which was like, oh, take up space, and they're like, great. I'm gonna put my leg on one chair, my arm, another chair, and I'm not going to let anyone sit down it. It's overcompensating and they go, oh, I need to learn how to appropriately take up space. No, you need to learn how to get your stuff together because then that other, those other things they fall into place on their own. You can't fake. And we've seen from body language experiments. You can't fake all of the right little tiny tweaks in your body. You have to have your mindset, right? Because your external body language is a reflection of your internal state. So it's actually just easier to get your mind right than it is to fake everything with your body. Twenty four, seven, and try to maintain it all so absolutely true. And that's a specially applicable to the pickup seen and that the tactics that they teach are just ways to fake like you have your stuff together, right?.

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President, USO and President Trump discussed on Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

President, USO and President Trump discussed on Dave Ramsey

"With, President Trump the president's former. Personal attorney Michael Cohen this week pleaded. Guilty to campaign finance charges in, connection with the payments Weisberg. Steel comes after the. Head of the National Enquirer David pecker was also granted immunity the tabloid reportedly

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"pinochet" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I there a your host extraordinaire chris arctic yossi a pick they got married um i just saw a it just recently married bite we see picture you other um it was also it's a great everyone has to look at footage from that time in this countries in this era because it's never really happened before hasn't really so much happen afterward which is the rich folks who are in their fifties and sixties were dressed like they were from a completely different era from a completely different environment uh uh but that's all right anyway kolung gary wait to find your your good pictures and than show us the the um the rich people were from another planet right and the hippies were like from another plant so the guys so the kashmir in like tassels and swayed and a long hair and then the other guys came kim day all looked like pinochet gerald ford yeah that this weird buttoneddown whatever and so the parents look like the parents and the reporters over the borders in the simba knees guys okay extreme in the collagen there was this huge now it's like the professors at the college look like older versions of the students they're just night cargo shorts and flipflops in reina zipper screwed around that date guys now they just are still weren't sweat jackets and and cargo shirt says look this saying baghdad was like oh my i look at the parents over there and look at the rich guys over there and then look at these guys like you could they look like you couldn't they weren't from the 70s they were from the 50s downrightly wild right all right so let's get ready for a little new.

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"pinochet" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on Amanpour

"First the wall a vis a sane by nevada only was down before i went to challenge putin on those elections now when he knows the concept and he knows that i officially sad that i will withdraw my candidacy if he will be allowed to go i think this will change the whole game but we should have a backup option uh i spoke with navarro on the and i hope he will agree with me that if he won't be allowed to go to the elections which i think he should be allowed and i will be really fighting for these but if no what is our second option just stay home and don't go to the election it's not an option this will show nothing to crumbling this will change nothing but we do remember how elections for example in pinochet's case change the sitation because if many people go out and vote against these can really bring change to our country which we really need i think nobody would dispute that and you obviously a very passionate and you obviously have a lot of attraction to two young people since you've you've very wellknown are obviously i need to ask you i said your father was putin's mentor you was seen at the at the side of putin recently and people say that you asked him for his approval to ron and certainly the kremlin has not opposed you what do you say to that while i don't want to commend to live i don't need anyone's approval for going to elections it's my decision was made by an me being a journalist for many years of the last year i did the big documentary and i'm still in the process of finishing it a big documentary about my father about froze democratic leaders of russia and during those documentary i interviewed many politicians that worked with my father including mr putin so this was the only meeting we had and on this meeting i found it's appropriate to say face to face that i will challenge putin on this elections but i don't need any admittance or i don't need to ask about so what are these decision what did he say anyone sounded good luck with.

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"pinochet" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on Amanpour

"So what hope is that of actually taking isis to quote philip sans is a leading human rights lawyer and law professor who has worked on numerous cases from the chilean dictator pinochet extradition trial to rwanda yugoslavia to guantanamo he joined me in the studio philippe sence thank you so much for joining us on the program will you just so that extraordinary pace that gemina put together for us there i guess the first question is how easy is this going to be obviously the will is there but the real question is what do we do in many ways this is a similar situation much forty five when the second world war was over the allies had to decide what to do with senior nazis do we as winston churchill won't through long them up and shoot or do we find some other way to do and the decision was taken to the trial your book so right now the question is the same do we just get rid of them in some way sub want or do we go for a legal process and also of course we have to take into account what the victims themselves one you've just spent the last few years working on this extraordinary sounding found the these two years e decals with the director of downton abbey crack david evans i've been worked with the fruits of followed from the from that we made i came to know through a remarkable german psychologist young kissel han who is yezidi code german lives in southern germany and he's created a program with the support of the german government to bring one thousand one hundred young women than terribly abused tortured raped.

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"pinochet" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"In in protest of this to put pressure on the company to do something about this rate like they had changed their everyday relations and had trustbased relationships with one another to actually be able to fight that racism the same thing happens with workers this is years ago and nineteen seventy three i believe over in scotland there were workers that they found out that rolls they worked at a rollsroyce factory they found out that the factory was repairing the engines that were used to bomb i in these palace which led to him like dying in the coup this ussponsored coup against him in chile and they found out that the plane engines were being repaired but because they had those trust relationships they had that common struggle they were able to mobilise me like we refuse to repair these engines and so the engines actually like rusted out and never iq and it was an international incident hugely embarrassing for pinochet and they were only able to do that because they had these types of relationships they had this common struggle they have this classbased vehicle to actually do solidarity in practice antiracism in practice that's what i'm talking about the practical nature so look for more of that in part two of this essay dealing with you know because i gotta you know bigger my own save so parts live as they amount to drop higher select talk about what does it mean to address these things and practical terms and mike why organizing is the key it's not even a barbeque aisle is philosophising had to get the philosophise in uh the way in part running on saying i had to hit him with the with the real ship though impart to so look out for that we'll be on the lookout for that are all stevens trust in yourself trust and others trust in us chopper trap house are l thanks so much for joining us word makes a lot i here's.

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"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"Gonna be he's we've literally like an old man who had just had surgery yucca it's foot and is the counterpart to avoid we find like built last plausible like auschwitz accountant tour whenever or like the guy used to clean their window zan we charge him with war crimes to yet the same dynamic there's no question about that he can also world order is not just have to make it out like it is yeah there's a real shortest justice so where they can put on a show thing just and the you know the the average person isn't gonna bother read into pinochet them go ahead and do it by the what i wanted to anyway so let let me just plough ahead here i have to go unfortunately i want to get through my my notes and get through my my little thesis that a half uh so in two thousand after five hundred days of house arrest pinochet's finally allowed to go back to chile it seems to be because the british were like look just pretend you're sick and your senile you can't stand trial and let you go back but miraculously when he gets back chile he you know gets out of his wheelchair and he is looking actually like he's fine in night totally his old but like he's still completely whether those of retrieval him and i basically he just faces six years of legal harassment he's may take you mugshots his in in chile because the while he was away from situation had gotten worse for him the molest had a you know become more powerful.

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"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"This is clearly a kind of a thing along with the promotion of things like the notion of a like hate speech um like the the legal academy on is sort of trying to constructs army legal principle by which nothing is a inprinciple outside their grasp bacongo hank exactly right and in a post nine eleven our nine eleven world that started to mingle with the whole a terror it is a m the whole war on terrorism stuff and it's i would actually prevent people like permit for slightly philosophical take a l aimed a ban while read a book called carl schmitt today they gets in name of this is actually work while it may be a little overpriced of book though recovery big but yet de things merged together like responsibility to protect the war on terror and indy's human rights international human rights it up i i think uh the anne marie slaughter uh school of thought worthy a an like yes sponsor build each protect like universal lake morality requires that we in invied dislike should whole company her country and overthrow their governments because my universal principles y'all i i totally agree that the best probably the best explanation for this is about president setting or this international beast yeah basically pinochet had serves his purpose for perfidious albion and you know if we're going to say all the angles honest empire has that and you know this is the most useful and that he could.

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"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"Yep yeah bingo and so the the narrow declines thesis essentially is that like this was a sort of at a capital was like american capitalists use and the cia federal less outweigh starts talking about her yet she'll get out worth it she's really like it intellectual mitch it at the ashes later on have you don't wanna hear about naomi tying swedish this a swedish obnoxious libertarian johan nor betty stove norberg a pronounced nobody he's a he takes our part which is just not worth it i really don't want to talk about klein if i if if we could avoid doing that by my bite to say that this is a new mclane where he will do it yeah she she has had influence on how leppings about this but a yeah that's my we quicken circle back to talk about it let's let's like prioritize are going about good so i wanna correct something of pinochet before the chicago voice came down he did unwind some of the eye and their policies that mrs my notes he um up basically undid the national associations that has been done he returned land mines two people were injured under pinochet did roca end date nationalized of industries as well as the minds and some farmland subpoena she undid that is likely to me and i have a sort of the conspiracy once they have serious conspiracy hypothesis proposal that the cia one of the reasons they were so helpful is that a maher i i have no evidence of this but i would be she would make sense that some american interests were involved in the cop ramon a mood of exists amina believe it was eighty percent of the copper mines were owned by american companies okay well there were here and i mentioned earlier alex b e northern mining region was the stronghold of i end dates and yemen absent the minds like minds need things loyd big ruth moving equipment to nuts all coming from caterpillar they need markets for copper and the us is laying wire like telegraph companies by a lot of copper and would like a lot of those companies are american sowing of a believe the nixon administration had sanctioned are in the government you cannot make the economy scream let's rent.

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"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"Um and he you know he establishes deny they establish pretty harsh at i they're pretty harsh censorship laws like we said they're doing all this torture they're filling the national stadium sets yago with prisoners is you know it's pretty rough an economy still doing pretty pretty badly until roughly seventy five when pinochet now i've read that pinochet was independently reading milton friedman and i've read the loss of friedman was just visiting santiago because he had some students from schilling it's it's not clear exactly what was happening but uh friedman has this 45minute me allegedly 45minute meeting with pinochet in heroes baby was longer but peter she gets it in his head that you frequent makes a lot of sense in pinochet's very pragmatic sort of guy and so what they bring back these chicago boys these are these chicago university of chicago trained economists who studied under friedman maybe some of them wrote their thesis under under freedom but they're you know they're phd economists and they are essentially this is a roughly seventy five seventy six they're given free rein more or less to reform the economy and you know that's what they do and it works really well inflation comes down income begins rowing rapidly in chile and things are basically pretty good in the yogurt is also a period where the copper price is not particularly high so it really does he liked the enviros who was specifically the reforms and to.

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"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"Yeah he especially got away with murder and a really transparent way and it was in the press and everything's isn't like were going on weird forums uh or whatever like getting this from like an uncertain sources really you could just lurd office reading for reading out old newspapers oh yeah i mean that was meal me highprofile murder that tommy was involved in either yeah he would be in his 70s um yet again plumbing like seventy six or something probably good chances still alive only in he's alive well widow now you we don't know exactly you're history um so basically by this points lake it seems like the who has lake works pinochet is like actively empower um he's killed uh some number of his opponents he has like a sort of ongoing apparatus to try to secure his rule what is the sort of interior part of his rule uh look like yards end melt grabble to get a hit on friday and if you can't get we will sell well they set up a junta government sell hunch i believe means counsel as fast as that correct i don't know the exact translation but i can tell you that have been did is different from a dictatorship in the sense that it is multiple people a are yes so it's nominally a hunter now with the the national police the navy air force and the army pinochet recognize the army but in effect it they're more like an advisory council he really wears to pants.

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"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"Yeah they debate the morbid comes in people started can you know you're rising that i end day was actually like assassinated i something by base of media cia shooter something like that but he allegedly shot himself well i i think it's pretty it was in two thousand eleven actually that they did some kind of new autopsy and we're able to apparently unequivocally find that he shot himself by the way the gun that killed him was a ak forty seven given new by fidel castro row off the vessel that could you could read that somebody different wiz lutz poetic and the uh i guess we should get into the events of nine eleven jerod swallow the original i'd eleven nine eleven nineteen seventy three so uh the coolest is that september eleven seventy three but in august seventy three it seems that the chilean parliament actually like the situation it become so chaotic at the parliament voted two thirds to authorized a request as clear that the military will remove iin day for power so it's not as though this was like a completely undemocratic sort of action if if that matters to you hardly of hardly a at lake noted irresponsible urged party it there would support not only from the dis your legal apparatus of state better but there was a lot of popular support burkino ship early rather board the removal of iin day at this point we can see the evidence of this support for initiate when pinochet eventually steps down and puts his role to sort of a democratic referendum he does lose but you got a similar amount of four doses i n day it back more he got through the would added one with thirty three.

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"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"Yeah there's people are well aware of the helicopter means in all of this stuff then some back in a if is in fact the ideological fascist but he he was not ideological fascist you'll get that out of the way i know absolutely not i i'm all come out say it right at at at the front like i'm quote a fan of pena shaved but i would say we really should not get over bordon how much how much we admire the guy uh just because you're his successes for quite bounded at the end of the day the red so when you workers through his background and then we'll get into what he's most famous for when he became dictator cher so aktia if you don't mind i shall give a very brief highlevel overview of chile of her people sure and then and then get into the pinochet's background so chile is near as i can tell has stayed approximately fifty five percent white and then roughly forty five percent misty so in india with a about ten percent of that ten percentage points of that fortyfive percentage point number being really indio full india on since maybe it'll the mid to late 1800s it's been roughly that mex and within the region it's probably the thirdwidest country after a uruguay and argentina and it is a it's a kind of an important country in the region it really punches above its weight in so in net.

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"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"pinochet" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"And so today we're just gonna talk about pinochet and see what conclusions we can come to you and down before we get started i would like to put out a special caveat that none of us are really experts in latin america or chilly for that matter we may pronounce some words incorrectly in we may ignore important historical facts about chile and beset euasian but um you know we're going to do our best and we're going to i would ask you to consider listening to this podcast as us discussing the pinochet episode rather than us telling you every fact about the pena shabir shah episode and we of course would welcome any constructive criticism so that in mind is everyone ready to go wrong rule young it'll be your thrown up there to if if anyone who's heavy personal knowledge about this any chileans listening or something you breeder she has email maybe we could do a little a little recap oh upon it of anyone's interested absolutely we're all americans who are understanding of punishes a little bit politicized since usually in the context of a cold war that were taught about pinochet and how he was taking the government back from a socialist regime that was leaning communist and the left or the right has varying degrees of a supporter of criticism for him because of the the broader context but in a we we don't have any particular opinion necessarily on the man were the ideology were trying to be a factual here and try to assess his record as objectively as possible.

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