35 Burst results for "Poland"

What Is NATO?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:23 min | Last week

What Is NATO?

"What is NATO? NATO is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. NATO was formed post World War II, and it was formed with the idea of trying to hedge against the Soviet Union. Now there are some good reasons for that in the Soviet Union was an evil empire in more ways than one. Albeit, I don't think we're quite honest with some of our relationship with the Soviet Union. We did partner with the Soviet Union to defeat the Nazis. After that there was this mad dash of who will control Europe and NATO was formed. NATO has 30 member countries. These countries, Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, turkey, which I never quite understood. United Kingdom and the United States. These are 30 independent member countries. And there is what is called article 6. The article 5 article 6 of NATO, which is the mutual defense clause of NATO, which is an attack on one, is an attack on all.

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Wildfires in Germany, Czechia threatening tourist region

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Wildfires in Germany, Czechia threatening tourist region

"Wildfires in Germany and Czechia are threatening tourist regions A large wildfire on the German Czech border is spreading and threatening to destroy a forested national park popular with tourists hundreds of firefighters on both sides of battling the flames with help from reinforcements from neighboring Poland and Slovakia 8 firefighting helicopters are working to douse the flames in the hidey and rocky region this difficult to access local authorities are warning tourists to stay away from the area with Saxony state officials banning hikers for mentoring several forests in the region I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Paul DeJong homers again after promotion, Cards top Nats

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Paul DeJong homers again after promotion, Cards top Nats

"Andre Ponte and Paul de young led the Cardinals to a 5 zero win over the nationals Poland scattered 5 hits over 8 plus innings for his first road victory He struck out 8 walked one and helped the red birds finish four and four on their road trip coming out of the all star break De young homered for the second straight day since ending the minor league demotion this weekend Corey Dickerson also Homer for St. Louis which broke it open with a three run forth against losing pitcher Josiah gray Washington finished 6th and 19 in July of mid rumors that Nats are ready to part with Juan Soto and Josh bell I'm Dave fairy

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David Sokol Shares His 'Very American' Story

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

David Sokol Shares His 'Very American' Story

"A man who's lived the American Dream, understands that we are at a crisis point right now. Chairman and chief executive officer of teton capital and chairman of the board at the Atlas corporation, David sokol, welcome in studio. I'm glad to be here. Thank you, Sebastian. So first, a little bit about yourself. We talk about your book that you've just handed me America in perspective. Thank you kindly. But your story is a very American story, isn't it? Your grandparents right up to now. Yeah, my grandparents were immigrants from Poland and lived in a lower income rural environment in Nebraska and but you know my father professed every day the American Dream and all you've got to do is pick what you want to do and work hard and nobody will get in your way. And so yeah, and that's really the premise of which Adam and I wrote the book, which is to remind people that this is an exceptional country, but we have to maintain its institutions and it checks and balances or we're going to lose it.

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Dr. Irwin Redlener on His Work With Traumatized Ukrainian Children

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Irwin Redlener on His Work With Traumatized Ukrainian Children

"You are as one of the superheroes of the Stephanie Miller cinematic universe. You are in Poland doing helping Ukrainian kids. You tweeted we met with a hundred teachers from schools in lviv, talking about psychological trauma. They're seeing among children who mostly with mothers had to flee for their lives from towns in eastern Ukraine, teachers having a rough time we are committed to helping. Just talk to us a little bit about what you're doing over there. Yeah. So the thing is that since this atrocious horrendous brutal war began when Russia invaded Ukraine, and nobody thought they would, although they were warning signs, we also added, they're not going to really do it, but they invaded and bombed the hell out of and they still are eastern Ukraine and southern Ukraine. And it's caused a, what's called the largest forced migration movement of a population since World War II in Europe. And so in effect, what we've had are all these lives of families and particularly children that have been disrupted because it's either moved from the far east of Ukraine to the far west of Ukraine or they moved out of Ukraine entirely, which is why we're in Poland. Huge numbers, millions of children and most with their moms because their dads are both mainly in the military. These children have moved to other countries predominantly Poland where they don't speak the language. They left with hardly any of their possessions, including leaving behind things like, you know, their eyeglasses. And they're living in these very very, you know, sometimes extremely bad shelter situations, although the Polish people have been incredibly generous. So our mission over there with this our new foundation, the Ukraine action project, our mission is to try to make sure the kids are in school. If they're in school, are they learning in what language are they learning in? And hopefully it's Ukrainian. And secondly, to make sure they don't have medical problems that would interfere with learning. But part of the problem is these kids are so psychologically traumatized. And the teachers, anywhere, teachers would have trouble dealing with classes like this. So one of the things that Karen, misses goom is working on is having the training programs for teachers to learn how to deal with lots of very traumatized children in the classroom. That's what we're working on. Both of those things.

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Why David Sokol Wrote the Book on 'Defending the American Dream'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Why David Sokol Wrote the Book on 'Defending the American Dream'

"Young people feel as if the American Dream is a fiction. Not all young people, but many young people do, I spend a lot of time on college campuses. I was at Berkeley, I was at CU boulder, this last semester, and they feel as if it's out of grasp. And somebody who is definitely qualified to talk about the American Dream is David sokol. He's the chairman and CEO of teton capital, and he's really a business legend on Wall Street and he has a fabulous new book out called America in perspective, defending the American Dream for the next generation. David sokol joins us right now. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you, Charlie. I appreciate you having me on. So tell us, why did you write the book, you know, trying to save the American Dream, that's quite a task. Yeah, you know, I was a rural lower income kid in my father, his parents were immigrants from Poland. And he always emphasized to us the American Dream. And the reason we're here, the reason we're in this wonderful country is that we're now Americans. And you have to decide what you want to do, but you're going to have to work for it. And I had that opportunity and through a lot of good fortune over the years was able to become a CEO in the early 80s and continue in the energy industry throughout my career. And we've really started losing sight of what's made America great all these years. And it's our foundation, our constitution, it's our foundation as we the people, as our founding fathers put together. And so Adam Brandon and I really felt that it was time these books not about us. I mean, there's a small percentage in there that just describes who we are, but it's really takes us through this capitalistic meritocracy called America. The self healing nation that was formed 246 years ago and how important it is. In fact, the American Dream is alive and well today. And in fact, America is that exceptional nation that we all know it is.

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Who's Going to Run America as a Patriot?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

Who's Going to Run America as a Patriot?

"That we can reject the old God, but who's going to run the country as a patriot. Donald Trump by himself isn't enough, and we saw the amount of sedition and sabotage, who's working on that. Do you have a sense? Here in the states, I don't, unfortunately. I mean, that's when we're hitting the deep state. And again, I know you know that better than anyone. You have a firsthand knowledge there. I remember you actually sharing an example of that when you spoke down in Delaware a few years back for a pastor's conference or faith in freedom, I forgot what it was, but walked into a meeting and they were all talking about, okay, we're going to do this. We're going to do that in that, and you raised your hand and said, did anyone even consider what president Trump wants to do? They just live in their own world. So I do, I just look at nations like India with the agenda to party prime minister Modi and how they've been able to basically redefine politics. Again, for writer for wrong, there's all kinds of, you know, this re territorialization is going to be complicated and how it works. Or you look at how war bond has done it. You look at how the law and justice party in Poland has done it. They've really been able to overcome the secular liberal paradigms that were pretty ensconced in those errors. But I don't know if they had to deal with a deep state quite like the United States or quite like Brussels. I mean, because we are the apex of globalism. We are it. And there's so much money and there's so much power and there's so much at stake. So it's going to take a lot of chipping

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How John Ondrasik Found Himself Recording With a Ukrainian Orchestra

Mark Levin

01:56 min | Last month

How John Ondrasik Found Himself Recording With a Ukrainian Orchestra

"You know it's out there on the streaming the streaming platforms the video with the Ukrainian orchestra that we filmed in key 6 weeks ago in front of the Maria the plane that Putin destroyed is available on all the youtubes rumble So just Google save the world with Ukrainian orchestra and it's out there You actually want to give you where'd you find the orchestra That was a good question It's kind of a crazy story Ironically it started with Afghanistan after I had written blood on my hands I somehow find myself embedded with these incredible private groups rescuing Americans and Afghan allies and one of the groups was a group called save our allies You know them well marked because they were the people who saved Benjamin hall's life In Russia I literally saw the ambulance that he was in and I met the man who drove it and saved his life And they were operating in Afghanistan and we were doing some work there and when Ukraine started they moved their operations I'd written the song and one man saved the world And they knew about it And we thought well why don't we do a song with the Polish orchestra because Poland has been so great in this conflict And I asked when to say about Alex folks to connect with them and they said let me call you back And two days later they said how would you like to do with the Ukrainian orchestra And I said exactly what you did Do they exist And it turns out they're scattered across the country but the Ukrainian military was really on board for this project And so we somehow got them a 6 hour window to record the song and I found myself in Kyiv after a crazy journey and there we were in front of the Maria with the orchestra playing this song It was surreal and a minor miracle

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Rep. Victoria Spartz on Ukrainians' Reaction to America's Indecision

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | Last month

Rep. Victoria Spartz on Ukrainians' Reaction to America's Indecision

"There was, of course, a couple of months ago, this offer from Poland that is right there on the border that is a NATO nation that understands what it means to be under the heel of Moscow as a as a slave nation in the Warsaw Pact that has MiG 29 aircraft Soviet era F craft at the Ukrainians know how to fly know how to maintain, wished to donate their aircraft to Ukraine with the United States replacing them or quote backfilling them with F-16s. Ukraine seemed to like the idea. The United States said yes, even The Pentagon said yes, and then a matter of a few days later, the State Department said no, and we also had admiral Kirby suddenly say from the podium of The Pentagon that we don't think Ukraine needs MiG 29s, which is strange, I would consider Ukraine being the best people to know what they need. When you see a lack of clarity, a literal flip flop like that occur from the most powerful nation in the world in whose Congress you now serve. I'm just curious when you go to Ukraine. When you talk to family members and friends, what is their reaction to that decision coming from America? Do they know it happened and what do they think of us now? I think a lot of people would disappointed because I thank you a lot of Ukrainians who considered America to be the storm of the lie. I'll be honest with you, the battle rights now that it's Ford by Ukraine and do they want to do with Russia with the United States and Ukrainians became very American with them sometimes they are trying to help them with building institutions and they all go energized by our freedoms and democracy what's happening in our country and it's really about the Russians significantly. So I think there was a kind of some level of disappointment and reality check and ultimately you know the sale. You know what? Every country is still driven by their own national interest. And I think there are some things that the United States could do is some things that you would count to. And that's how it

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Supreme Court Justice Slams President Wilson's Legacy

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:14 min | Last month

Supreme Court Justice Slams President Wilson's Legacy

"Over in the Gorsuch concurrence on page four, he writes about, from time to time, some people have questioned the assertion that the framers believed the republic would be more likely to enact just laws than a regime administered by a ruling class of largely unaccountable ministers. Justice Gorsuch drops footnote one in the Gorsuch concern. It might be famous footnote one. For example, Woodrow Wilson famously argued that quote popular sovereignty embarrassed the nation because it made it harder to achieve executive expertise. In Wilson's eyes, the mass of the people were selfish ignorant timid stupid stubborn or foolish. He expressed even greater disdain for particular groups. Defending the white men of the south, for ridding themselves by fair means or foul of the intolerable burden of government sustained by the votes of ignorant African Americans. And that's in brah and blacks. Woodrow Wilson really despised black people. I hope you know that. Wilson likewise denounce this is gorgeous again. Wilson likewise denounced immigrants from the south of Italy and men of the meanest sort out of Hungary and Poland, who possessed neither skill nor energy nor any initiative of quick intelligence.

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US to boost military presence in Europe for Russia threat

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

US to boost military presence in Europe for Russia threat

"The U.S. is ramping up its military presence in Europe in another push to boost regional security after Russia's Ukraine invasion At a NATO summit in Spain President Biden announced a significant boost for the long haul In Poland we're going to establish a permanent headquarters in the U.S. 5th Army Corps The first permanent basing of U.S. forces on NATO's eastern edge The president says he's also boosting rotational troop deployments to Romania and the Baltics sending more fighter jet squadrons to the UK more air defenses and other capabilities to Germany and Italy He calls it an unmistakable message to Moscow That NATO is strong united The White House says the commitments mean the U.S. will keep some 100,000 troops in Europe for the foreseeable future Sagar Meghani at The Pentagon

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Biden: US boosting force posture in Europe for Russia threat

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Biden: US boosting force posture in Europe for Russia threat

"President Biden says America's military presence in Europe is about to get bigger as NATO responds to the threat from Moscow following Russia's invasion of Ukraine I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Biden says the U.S. is establishing a permanent headquarters in Poland sending two additional F-35 fighter jet squadrons to the UK and will send more air defense and other capabilities to Germany and Italy The U.S. has also beefing up military assets in Romania and the Baltic region meeting with NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg and Madrid for the alliance Susan eel summit Biden declared we're sending an unmistakable message in my view and I think yours as well That NATO is strong united and the steps we're taking during this summit are going to further augment our collective strength I'm Ben Thomas

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Moscow plans to supply Belarus with missile system

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Moscow plans to supply Belarus with missile system

"Russian president Vladimir Putin is promising neighboring Belarus which also borders Ukraine that Moscow will provide it with the new missile system I'm Ben Thomas with details At a meeting in St. Petersburg the president of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko complained about the confrontational policies of Poland and Lithuania U.S. and NATO training flights and nuclear training and asked Putin to consider mirroring those efforts Putin demurred but told Lukashenko Russia would deliver a skander M short-range missile systems in the coming months Either ballistic or cruise missiles and carrying nuclear as well as conventional warheads I'm Ben Thomas

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Conservatism Is America's Last Best Hope

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:17 min | 2 months ago

Conservatism Is America's Last Best Hope

"Hello, y'all, Dennis prager here, great to be with you. I am back in Los Angeles. I was in Minneapolis for 24 hours. Exactly to the best of my knowledge. Midnight to midnight. Maybe midnight to 11. 23 hours. Whether it was beautiful, have a very wonderful time with some of the great conservative leaders in the country. I told him something that is important for all of you to hear. The United States is once again alone. In fighting the left. I say once again because very often the United States has led, for example, in the fight against communism, we weren't alone, Margaret Thatcher was phenomenal. In Poland was phenomenal. The Pope, John Paul the second, was it John Paul the second or John the 23rd. His John Paul the second year. And so I acknowledge that there have been others, but at this time, we are largely alone, the most vigorous, no comparable opposition to left wing tyranny, like there is in the United States, and it's driving them crazy. They have every reason to expect that they will roll over everyone. If you own the Senate, you own the house, you own the presidency, you own colleges, you own high schools, you won't elementary schools, you own virtually every major. All major mainstream media and virtually every major medium. You own every elite profession like medicine. You have very good reason to be confident that you will be spectacularly powerful. And they are spectacularly powerful, but they're not fully in charge.

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Why Did Jack Posobiec Just Go to Ukraine?!?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:26 min | 2 months ago

Why Did Jack Posobiec Just Go to Ukraine?!?

"Jack posobiec is, I don't know if he's back from Europe. He might still be in Europe. Jack are you still in Europe? Charlie, I can report that we have returned. We are back on the territory of the United States of America. This glorious land. You got your rights back. Congratulations. So believe it or not, man. We were not asked. Two and a half weeks, we were gone, not asked once for a COVID test for a vaccine pass, anything like that, either going into Europe. We were in ten countries or coming back to the U.S., not ask once. Not ask for your papers, not even going to Ukraine? Not even, oh, no, they didn't answer anything going to Ukraine. Just passport. Well, I want to ask about that. So you did the scenic tour of Europe. You went from Rome to Hungary. To Davos to Geneva, to Poland, and then you ended up in Ukraine. Let's start at the end. Why did you go to Ukraine? Oh yeah, hey, Charlie. I went to Ukraine last weekend. I didn't actually tell anybody I was going to go. Especially your turning point USA productions team. And I asked our teams, I said, do we have war insurance? Okay. Well, there were a number of people that did know. One person on the production team did know, but we were trying to keep this. It did make it all the way up the ladder, but that's okay. So how is Ukraine right now? Besides awful and terrible. Right? That's that main city. We are seeing a lot of western party. Western reporters, it's directly across the border from Poland. My family lives just on the other side of the border in Poland, so we were visiting with them, stay with them. And then we went across the border the next day. Levi still hustling, bustling city, very open, very free. We were there on a weekend, a beautiful gorgeous city, but then as we got further and further east, we ended up taking a night train down to Odessa, and then we're able to take a car through the checkpoints. That's what you're seeing in this video right now into the city of Mika liev. Now Mikayla is only a few kilometers. Just a couple of miles from the front lines where in Russian occupied territory of her son, which is the very next city over. So we made it about as far as the highway to her son and we were essentially stopped by military saying, you know, we can not allow any civilians to go further than this point, but the city of mikolaj itself has received shelling, has been struck a few times. In fact, it was struck just the day after we left the morning after the shipyards there at strategic shipyard city on the Black Sea. And conditions absolutely deteriorating the closer you get to Russian

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 3 nations join international team probing Ukraine war crimes

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

3 nations join international team probing Ukraine war crimes

"Three more nations have joined an international investigation team probing war crimes in Ukraine Estonia Latvia and Slovakia have signed an agreement during a two day coordination meeting in The Hague to join Lithuania Poland and Ukraine in the joint investigation team that will help coordinate the sharing of evidence of atrocities through the EU judicial cooperation agency Euro just as well International Criminal Court prosecutor came Khan says he plans to open an office in Kyiv amid ongoing calls for those responsible for atrocities since Russia's invasion to be brought to justice

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Ilan Berman Assesses the Western Response to Ukraine

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Ilan Berman Assesses the Western Response to Ukraine

"Ilhan, we've talked about the danger of a landlocked Ukraine. Let's talk about our actions to date. I've said $40 billion worth of aid doesn't make a lot of sense in terms of cash to Kyiv, especially when it has line items for $7 billion for the State Department and undisclosed amount of money for the CIA. That doesn't look like a to Kyiv, having spoken to cramming knowledge with people who've worked in the Ukraine, what they need is what is zelensky's calling for, which is weapons, which is weaponry, ammunition, wheeled vehicles to move their troops and also training of their reserves in safe locales like the Baltics and Poland. Will you give us your assessment of the west on blocks response to this war in the last three months? Right. Well, I mean, there's a lot there to unpack. But listen, I think generally I'm positive on the western response. I do have some of the same misgivings as you, which is because our politics I may say charitably have become intolerably stupid. Not ours. America's not ours, America's politics. D.C.'s. There is this false equation that if you somehow question the line items in the $40 billion that you are not your put inside. Putin side or you're somehow not supportive enough of Ukraine. But the more nuanced argument is, I firmly believe sunlight is the best disinfectant. I want to see what's sort of what is allocated, whether it's actually going to be useful to Ukraine. And accountability. Absolutely. But can I just flip on that? That's stupid politics. There's also the flip side of that, that if you're pro as we are supporting what I see is Ukraine 1776. Suddenly you're an interventionist neocon. That's

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Mika Brzezinski Presses Biden Official Over Baby Formula Shortage

The Dan Bongino Show

01:20 min | 3 months ago

Mika Brzezinski Presses Biden Official Over Baby Formula Shortage

"So here's brzezinski like hey you know you guys gonna handle this thing are you gonna play tiddlywinks all day Like what are you guys doing And keep in mind this is no act of journalistic integrity They are trying to save liberalism they're gonna throw these people under the bus one by one Check this out Doctor Murthy with respect I'm missing something here I'm not feeling an intensity Do you want to know where there is not a baby formula crisis In Poland on the border where they took in almost 4 million people in three months and there's enough formula there There's food They've set up housing They've been able to do all of this By the way with the help with the fundamental help of the U.S. Military So my question is why isn't there the same mobilization Here in America for this crisis I mean mothers are being told to go to websites or to drive hours or to try formula that might make their babies sick Are we really here And what is solving the problem not in a matter of weeks but what are we going to see formula in the mouths of babies in America without any stress in terms of getting it Omega I understand that the concern He's like anyone got a wipey like I don't know what to do He's stunned that he was asked an actual question

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"poland" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Conversations

"Them as an adult now that with that was a completely different thing beautiful books collections collections of when he went to the olympics here in nineteen fifty six collections of australian stamp collections. All the things which may him up as a as a complex intellectual person. But the two things that i discovered. Were quite shocking to me shocking. Because i didn't know about them. And i thought he told me everything and he must have forgotten to tell me. I made as things. Because i was in poland at the time. We're always busy. Oh hey was important. The time and one of those things was a diary which hey roach day. By day diary account which started on the days before his departure from germany after the war it was the diary of his voyage to australia essentially. And when i say that it sounds boring because so many hundreds of thousands of migrants went through these voyages. And i thought initially that the diary which was painstakingly hand written a very small exercise book i turned off since transcribed it and and and translated ish. I realized doing that. This was much more than just a boring day to day. Account of a journey was all of it was representative from me of not only him. Or he's hopes and dreams and history from before and during and then after the war. But he's hopes for the future of coming to this country of having decided and being accepted as a migrant to this country and intricacies of what an involved in avoid that would essentially take almost two june july two months. I guess a voyage that created an almost mythical entity of this ship kuba facie. He describes it almost as if it were a living thing as it battles through the storms and tropical hate and so on and the relationships that were head on that ship that he had with the australian officials on board and he had with the polls on board as you said. Your dad was an older man when he became your father. These humor's a much younger man. Did you recognize this person. And their hopes and dreams and their experiences. Was it like the dad you knew. Or how do you become very different. By the time you came along yeah it was like the dad. I knew when i was young. And he was young my mind of course because there was so much he did with us. But i'd forgotten about this dad. You know he was thirty five when he wrote this diary. And i had really. I hadn't really known him then and had he showing me remember to to dig it out for me. Show it to me out of love to talk about it. We would have asked him out of asked him questions. You know like questions about in this in this diary you could repeatedly ask god to be allow you to go back to poland soon and it was over forty years before you could go back. I mean were you happy. Was it okay. This sounds so staubach and so tragic to me you all alone and you were going towards hope in a way but it wasn't wasn't worth it was your life with it. I guess these are the questions we all wanna ask. Are deceased parenting. Who if we will close to them. What other journal did you find christina in your study last year one of the most shocking things for me was finding the diary. It wasn't actually a day to day. Account was like he's overview of his his marriage to his first wife because in his voyage diary he intimates. He's coming to someone special to someone specially in australia. And i realized then writing his journal about his first marriage that he was referring to his first wife who had come just a few months before him to australia but come on the proviso that they were a family group. It was almost impossible for women to come single women with children..

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"poland" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Conversations

"Initially i would get very excited and push people almost because i'm very passionate and i'm pushy and in terms of saying wow this is amazing should we continue it and sometimes people just slow down and say actually. We've got enough now. I feel like saying. But what is things way. Would slow down with a pullback there are elements of some family histories where some family secret is known but not talked about and for example if say a man or a woman had a family before the war in poland but left pollen after the war. The family thought that they would did in poland and they formed a new family in australia or america or whatever and that family is kind of has a niggling feeling that that that happened but when it comes down to it know sometimes i'll get an email saying i'd really like to get in touch with his family and i say are you sure because we've learned the hard way to be very certain of this because when we are able to get in touch with family and the non-polish family overseas doesn't get in touch with them. It's incredibly hurtful. So i make sure that before. We take any steps that that person is really ready to take the step of communicating not communicating once. But keeping up that communication. And sometimes i get a sense that people just aren't ready for this and not not because they're lazy but because that takes a great commitment to acknowledge that you have say half siblings brings in poland was reasonably common. That people would leave behind a family in poland and start again on the wouldn't say it was common but i can now after you know however many years of doing this. I can say that i've had tens of examples of this. If a client comes to me today and says my father. My grandfather came here after the war. He was born in. Say nineteen fifteen where the family tells me. There was no contact nollet as nothing from poland or to..

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"poland" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Conversations

"Terms of saying wow this is amazing should we continue it and sometimes people just slow down and say actually. We've got enough now. I feel like saying. But what is things way. Would slow down with a pullback there are elements of some family histories where some family secret is known but not talked about and for example if say a man or a woman head a family before the war in poland but left pollen after the war. The family thought that they would did in poland and they formed a new family in australia or america or whatever and that family is kind of has a niggling feeling that that that happened but when it comes down to it know sometimes i'll get an email saying i'd really like to get in touch with his family and i say are you sure because we've learned the hard way to be very certain of this because when we are able to get in touch with family and the non-polish family overseas doesn't get in touch with them. It's incredibly hurtful. So i make sure that before we take any steps that that person is really ready to take the step of communicating and non communicating once. But keeping up that communication. And sometimes i get a sense that people just aren't ready for this and not not because they're lazy but because that takes a great commitment to acknowledge that you have say half siblings brings in poland was reasonably common. That people would leave behind a family in poland and start again on the wouldn't say it was common but i can now after you know however many years of doing this. I can say that i've had tens of examples of this. If a client comes to me today and says my father. My grandfather came here after the war. He was born in. Say nineteen fifteen where the family tells me. There was no contact nollet as nothing from poland or to. Paula automatically. Get suspicious now. Because i have my unexperienced i mean. My father had nothing to hide..

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"poland" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Conversations

"The communications that were possible and the context that will possible and ask the question. What was the reaction of paul's non-jewish poles to the warsaw ghetto. And how did they help and hinder jews. And i ended up interviewing many people of course looking at archives as well but i was privileged enough to interview witnesses. Oh this my father. My father became proud of me. I guess from my work after a few years later you just set up your company lost histories well for my phd research. I was in poland. One of the. I feel guilty. And i think i will until i finished. Phd still haven't even all the research. Sorry for bringing it up. No that's okay. My father died without me being a doctor. And it's just another part of guilt. Feel that any. I was doing my phd researching poll and in my supervisor. Mark baker us to stay on and do the research for his forthcoming book about his parents. And i stayed on for a year longer. And that you know. I've just been doing our races from my town of my but for mark i ended up traveling all over poland and into the ukraine as well because those ason territories used to be polish and great adventures but an amazing discoveries as well he he ended up publishing. A book called the fiftieth guide about his parents which became a bestseller and win that was published. I think ninety six people would come up to him and say. Hey i want my parents school records. How how'd he get. And he would say ring christina and people would call me and i'd say okay sure we'll let me just right right. Your letty sign it and send it to the you know this district who became a flight. Eventually i was working at uni then and i started off histories because i had to form a little business from this to make official and it started off with just a tiny little research bureau which case it's still ease..

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"poland" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Conversations

"She goes these views. Give me pace. They give me pace to continue every day. And i understood that looking at those windows. I thought there is a sense of hope that comes from a view like this. Were you nervous. We use shy. How did you feel. I was really nervous. She was she as soon as i saw her. I felt that as but i. I was so nervous. Because he was a real life holocaust survivor. I remember growing up with polish survivors of the war catholics. But i'd never met a jewish person who had survived the holocaust and the holocaust me was and still is something. Which when i say i don't i don't say it lightly it's it's it's a shocking thing and it's a miracle tomato. Anyone survived the holocaust in poland. And there she was and there we were. She sat me down and gave me cakes and tea and the first questions were of course about may not her she. She insisted on asking me who i was. My parents were what i did. I have a boyfriend. What sort of which was great for me. Because my i grew up in a family exactly like that in so many ways you know she was so familia because we were like my family was like that. My family was a family where you unfortunately blurted out. Almost everything talked about everything and fought about everything. Instead of keeping anything inside you know there were never any any options of someone just simply being reserved and wanting to talk about something so she. It was wonderful because she was so poli speaking polish to one another absolutely from the very beginning. Sometimes we'd break into english but know she would. I really loved talking polish with her. And we are the holocaust survivors after her. Bit for her. She being my my first real contact with an romanticizing. And i'm sorry if it sounds like that or she became a really good friend to may. Actually what kind of friendship developed between these young polish catholic goal in this elderly polish jewish survival kind of friendship developed..

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"poland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"The sliding scale of expression of diplomatic umbrage between countries is well established and well understood by those who represent the nations abroad for relatively mild disputes. Probably in official letter of protest delivered by or to ambassador will do if it's a bit more serious and ambassador might be summoned to a meeting at their hosts foreign ministry at which subject to various nuances and conditions. Coffee may or may not be served. But you know it's really serious either. When ambassador is instructed by the host country to pack their bags and push off or when an ambassador is called back home by the government which sent them. It is the last stop. Before a formal severing of diplomatic relations israel and poland having already worked through the aforementioned preliminaries have now arrived at this level of freud as luck would have it poland's ambassador to israel merrick. Majuro sqi is presently back home. on holiday. israel has firmly suggested that he stay. There and poland is making arrangements to bring his family home from tel aviv. Israel has withdrawn the shard affair. Who was manning. Its embassy in warsaw and told the nominated new ambassador who shortly to deploy there to stay where they are. It is a significant sundering. That issue is a law approved this week by polish president andre duda which will limit the prospects of people seeking to recover family property stolen during the second world war by the nazis and or after the second world war by the communists. The new law prohibits challenges to any decisions about ownership made more than thirty years ago. Which means that. Thousands of pending claims will be dismissed. The contention of poland's government is that this will furnish clarity around property ownership and deter fraud which has played such restitutions. Poland's government has also been careful to remind the law applies to non-jewish as well as jewish claimants and but that jewish claims have been a minority of the total is no moral justification in checking up on the memory of those who perished during the holocaust. Israel's foreign minister jaja peed is not merely unconvinced but incandescent he has called poland and anti-democratic and illiberal country that does not honor the greatest tragedy in human history on quote and said of the new law that it is unethical and furthermore semitic a joy. He knows full. Well will prompt uproar in poland which is always sensitive to any suggestion of polish complicity in the horrors which occurred on its territory under nazi occupation. Lobbied also declared that gone are the days when polls harmed jews without consequence it is not the talk of someone who either expects or wants something to blow over quickly. There are a number of subtexts. Israel has long been annoyed with poland over this issue. Poland unusually in eastern europe has never passed a law facilitating compensation for this kind of theft and left it to claimants to struggle through the courts. Poland's prime minister matteis mazowiecki reiterated the reasons for this mission this week when he insisted that poland would not as he put it pay for the crimes of germany poland towards the first victim of the third right during the war. Death and suffering in the nazi german concentration camps was faith shirt by jews. Poles and those of many other national and ethnic groups defensive. Nationalism is a recurring motif for moravia. Skis hyper conservative. Party law and justice and a theme which has been known to drift into something savory as recently as last year's presidential election poland's public broadcast. Tv p heavily. Supportive of law and justice was hinting darkly that president dude. His opponent more so mayor rafael kofsky would quote comply with jewish demands on restitution issues. Y'all up eat and israel's prime minister naftali bennett are also putting on something of a show for domestic consumption. Their government is new. It may certainly if recent form is any guide find it so facing reelection sooner rather than later. And we'll be wanting to reassure voters who may still prefer the familiar belligerence of benjamin netanyahu who himself prompted an immense frasca with poland in two thousand nineteen when he made reference to the wartime cooperation of some polls within nazi occupiers wrapping up his trip to war so israeli prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu told reporters that pulls collaborated with the nazis. And i don't know anyone who has ever sued for such a statement yet some news outlets quoted the premier saying the polls suggesting the blame is on the entire polish nation at around the same time. Naftalie bennett then. Serving as israel's minister for education reminded that members of his wife's family had been murdered in wartime poland by polls this stuff runs deep in all directions and understandably so none of this history is ancient also in poland. This week a court overturned a ruling against to holocaust historians bob angle king and john grabotski who had chronicled the complicity of some polls in wartime crimes and being sued as a result by the descendant of one this is of particular importance in matters that constitute an important element of public debate raising important social issues regarding the history of given state and nation seems destined for poland supreme court and another bitter row for multiple twenty four. I'm andrew moolah..

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"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"I've read <Speech_Female> about a woman <Speech_Female> who knitted right <Speech_Female> lightning in <Speech_Female> front of the polish <Speech_Female> embassy in london. <Speech_Female> She basically <Speech_Female> sat down <Speech_Female> on the steps <Speech_Female> and knitted <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Female> i also <Speech_Female> wanted to <Speech_Female> mention. Here <Speech_Female> is the demographic <Speech_Female> of the protests. <Speech_Female> Mostly <Speech_Female> young people <Speech_Female> go and protest <Speech_Female> It's <Speech_Female> <hes> the so-called <Speech_Female> see <Speech_Female> that generation <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Female> cannot bear the <Speech_Female> fact <Speech_Female> that someone and <Speech_Female> in this case it's <Speech_Female> the government <Speech_Female> wants to take <Speech_Female> their rights away <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> a younger generation <Speech_Female> and poland. <Speech_Female> They do not fair <Speech_Female> asking what <Speech_Female> stays <Speech_Female> and demand <Speech_Female> would basic <Silence> human rights <Speech_Female> the <Speech_Female> moral sensitivity <Speech_Female> is high <Speech_Female> and they do know <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Female> the idea that the <Speech_Female> catholic church <Speech_Female> is the only <Speech_Female> moral setting <Speech_Female> institution <Speech_Female> into country <Speech_Female> is <Speech_Female> pleased to <Speech_Female> not Misunderstand <Speech_Female> me here. 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Which is the <Speech_Female> eastern part of poland <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> people over there <Speech_Female> including small towns. <Speech_Female> they have <Speech_Female> also been protesting. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> so <Speech_Female> what is <Silence> it that they want. <Speech_Female> Marta <Speech_Female> limpert is <Speech_Female> initiator of <Speech_Female> the protests. She started <Speech_Female> her <Speech_Female> actions back <Speech_Female> in two thousand and <Speech_Female> sixteen. She's also <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> the leader of the <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> abortion rights movement <Speech_Female> and poland. <Speech_Female> She <Speech_Female> said at a press conference. <Silence> <Speech_Female> The revolution <Speech_Female> that is in <Speech_Female> progress in poland <Speech_Female> is not <Speech_Female> just a struggle for <Speech_Female> abortion. <Speech_Female> It is a struggle <Silence> for freedom. <Speech_Female> Freedom <Speech_Female> has been brutally <Speech_Female> violated <Speech_Female> and abortion. <Speech_Female> Is it symbol. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> People want the government <Speech_Female> to step <Speech_Female> down. They <Speech_Female> won't country. That <Speech_Female> will not hate <Speech_Female> them. This is <Speech_Female> about the rule of <Speech_Female> law <Speech_Female> and poland. That <Silence> is a homeland for <Speech_Female> all <Speech_Female> to sum up this <Speech_Female> short report. <Speech_Female> Let's listen <Speech_Female> again to <Speech_Female> the stanley. Bill <Speech_Female> i ask him for <Speech_Female> short assessment <Speech_Female> on the situation. <Speech_Female> And maybe <Speech_Female> i look into the <Speech_Male> future <SpeakerChange> what <Speech_Male> might happen. <Speech_Male> The situation <Speech_Male> hasn't <Speech_Male> changed in poland <Speech_Male> with the abortion <Speech_Male> law because this court <Speech_Male> ruling has not yet <Speech_Male> come into effect <Speech_Male> will not come into effect <Speech_Male> until the government publishes <Speech_Male> the ruling and <Speech_Male> therefore i think the government <Speech_Male> might try <Speech_Male> to sit out <Speech_Male> and then eventually <Speech_Male> perhaps <Speech_Male> passed some <Speech_Male> kind of legislation <Speech_Male> that slightly. <Speech_Telephony_Male> Amelia writes <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> blow of the <Speech_Male> court's original <Speech_Male> decision. But apart <Speech_Male> from that. I think <Speech_Male> for any <Speech_Male> liberalisation <Speech_Male> of <Speech_Male> poland's abortion <Speech_Male> law Polish <Speech_Male> women are <Speech_Male> going to have <SpeakerChange> to wait <Speech_Male> a long time. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> I reckon <Speech_Female> when you listen <Speech_Female> to my report <Speech_Female> you probably <Speech_Female> won't think that <Speech_Female> abortion was legal <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> in poland in <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> one thousand nine hundred sixty s <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> and women <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> from western europe <Speech_Music_Female> including sweden. <Speech_Music_Female> Were coming <Speech_Music_Female> to poland <Speech_Music_Female> aboard. <Speech_Music_Female> That much has <Speech_Music_Female> changed <Speech_Female> right. <Speech_Female> I am <Speech_Female> off now. <Speech_Female> My right lightning <Speech_Female> on my board needs <Speech_Female> a bit of brushing <Speech_Female> up and maybe <Speech_Female> i'm just gonna <Speech_Female> add some wording to <Speech_Female> it. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> I'm thinking of <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> the words revelatory <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> kobe. <Speech_Female> Tom revolution <Speech_Female> is a woman <Speech_Female> on kosovo <Speech_Female> snag. And you've been listening <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> to women <Speech_Female> making <SpeakerChange> waves. <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> You're listening to women making waves.

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"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"I've read <Speech_Female> about a woman <Speech_Female> who knitted right <Speech_Female> lightning in <Speech_Female> front of the polish <Speech_Female> embassy in london. <Speech_Female> She basically <Speech_Female> sat down <Speech_Female> on the steps <Speech_Female> and knitted <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Female> i also <Speech_Female> wanted to <Speech_Female> mention. Here <Speech_Female> is the demographic <Speech_Female> of the protests. <Speech_Female> Mostly <Speech_Female> young people <Speech_Female> go and protest <Speech_Female> It's <Speech_Female> <hes> the so-called <Speech_Female> see <Speech_Female> that generation <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Female> cannot bear the <Speech_Female> fact <Speech_Female> that someone and <Speech_Female> in this case it's <Speech_Female> the government <Speech_Female> wants to take <Speech_Female> their rights away <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> a younger generation <Speech_Female> and poland. <Speech_Female> They do not fair <Speech_Female> asking what <Speech_Female> stays <Speech_Female> and demand <Speech_Female> would basic <Silence> human rights <Speech_Female> the <Speech_Female> moral sensitivity <Speech_Female> is high <Speech_Female> and they do know <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Female> the idea that the <Speech_Female> catholic church <Speech_Female> is the only <Speech_Female> moral setting <Speech_Female> institution <Speech_Female> into country <Speech_Female> is absurd. <Speech_Female> Please do <Speech_Female> not Misunderstand <Speech_Female> me here. It's <Speech_Female> not only <Speech_Female> young people who come <Speech_Female> in protest <Speech_Female> you've seen people <Speech_Female> from across <Speech_Female> certain ages across <Speech_Female> generations <Speech_Female> people who come and <Speech_Female> protest because <Speech_Female> they think discern <Speech_Female> this <Speech_Female> law is <Speech_Female> unthinkable <Speech_Female> and they are against <Speech_Female> it <Speech_Female> and two. This <Speech_Female> is a quite <Speech_Female> an interesting change <Speech_Female> into society. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> that older people <Speech_Female> also come and protest <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> the other change <Speech_Female> has been <Speech_Female> observed. Is <Speech_Female> that the so <Speech_Female> called bastion <Speech_Female> of peace. 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Poland <Speech_Female> is not <Speech_Female> just a struggle for <Speech_Female> abortion. <Speech_Female> It is a struggle <Silence> for freedom. <Speech_Female> Freedom <Speech_Female> has been brutally <Speech_Female> violated <Speech_Female> and abortion. <Speech_Female> Is it symbol <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> people. Want the government <Speech_Female> to step <Speech_Female> down. They <Speech_Female> won't country. That <Speech_Female> will not hate <Speech_Female> them. This is <Speech_Female> about the rule of <Speech_Female> law <Speech_Female> and poland. That <Silence> is a homeland for <Speech_Female> all <Speech_Female> to sum up this <Speech_Female> short report. <Speech_Female> Let's listen <Speech_Female> again to <Speech_Female> the stanley. Bill <Speech_Female> i ask him for <Speech_Female> short assessment <Speech_Female> on the situation. <Speech_Female> And maybe <Speech_Female> i look into the <Speech_Male> future <SpeakerChange> what <Speech_Male> might happen. <Speech_Male> The situation <Speech_Male> hasn't <Speech_Male> changed in poland <Speech_Male> with the abortion <Speech_Male> law because this court <Speech_Male> ruling has not yet <Speech_Male> come into effect <Speech_Male> will not come into effect <Speech_Male> until the government publishes <Speech_Male> the ruling and <Speech_Male> therefore i think the government <Speech_Male> might try <Speech_Male> to sit out <Speech_Male> and then eventually <Speech_Male> perhaps <Speech_Male> passed some <Speech_Male> kind of legislation <Speech_Male> that slightly. <Speech_Telephony_Male> Amelia writes <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> blow of the <Speech_Male> court's original <Speech_Male> decision. But apart <Speech_Male> from that. I think <Speech_Male> for any <Speech_Male> liberalisation <Speech_Male> of <Speech_Male> poland's abortion <Speech_Male> law Polish <Speech_Male> women are <Speech_Male> going to have <SpeakerChange> to wait <Speech_Male> a long time. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> I reckon <Speech_Female> when you listen <Speech_Female> to my report <Speech_Female> you probably <Speech_Female> won't think that <Speech_Female> abortion was legal <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> in poland in <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> one thousand nine hundred sixty s <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> and women <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> from western europe <Speech_Music_Female> including sweden. <Speech_Music_Female> Were coming <Speech_Music_Female> to poland <Speech_Music_Female> aboard. <Speech_Music_Female> That much has <Speech_Music_Female> changed <Speech_Female> right. <Speech_Female> I am <Speech_Female> off now. <Speech_Female> My right lightning <Speech_Female> on my board needs <Speech_Female> a bit of brushing <Speech_Female> up and maybe <Speech_Female> i'm just gonna <Speech_Female> add some wording to <Speech_Female> it. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> I'm thinking of <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> the words revelatory <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> kobe. <Speech_Female> Tom revolution <Speech_Female> is a woman <Speech_Female> on kosovo <Speech_Female> snag. And you've been listening <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> to women <Speech_Female> making <SpeakerChange> waves. <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> You're listening to women making waves.

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"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"I think i feel i decide. Hey eric which is his name. Hey eric leave us alone and my favorite one. Let's overthrow the government. And let's go. Mike love when the protests in post nine. I spoke to cash and her friend. I asked him about the language and what they thought about it. The black protest was the first step. We want to do it in a peaceful and quiet and cultural way however. Our government is not allowing us to do that so now. It's it's finished it's done. I also think that no one should be angry with us. Women or us in a bad way because if mice around with women nuts the outcome and also apart from that at the parliament. Mr coaching ski is calling us in such situa- so it's not like they can do whatever they want. And we found so far biggest. Protest took place on thirtieth ctober in warsaw the capital city so around hundred thousand people marching alone back in two thousand sixteen kaczynski was forced to back down from the proposal of criminalize. Anyone seeking abortion this time. Though there is a sense that the ultra-right government wants to humiliate women and put him down to the role of a living coffin. I spoke with oscar. Who participated in the protest in twelve. The protest i have attended so a lot of people. People are furious that the government is trying to restrict women's right and treat us as unthinking things who do not have any will power nor emotions for a twelve is really angry. And we'll fight till the end. We aswan can not give up on our fundamental human rights at a protest and post nine to a girl who brought a flag of the european union with her. I asked her why she did that. And please be worth. I recorded this interview when surrounded by a lot of motorbikes. That were making often and i will explain about the motorbikes. And a couple of seconds when poland was joining the eu. I was tend to five years old. I was just about to graduate from university. And.

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"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"You're listening to women making waves. The polish government sudden move to implement a very divisive court ruling that demands abortions become illegal irrespective of cases. Were a fetus is diagnosed with a serious and irreversible birth defect has generated anger and protests on a huge scale. This has taken the government. By surprise we asked women making waves. Contributary cashier bosniak. Who lives in poland to send us a report on the protests. She sent this powerful account explaining the reasons behind the protest and the language the women are using to express their fury the sound of anger and frustration. This is war shouts. The crowd gathered at the liberty square in nine and midwest poland. I'm kosovo snack. And welcome to the sedition women making waves where i present a report on the pro abortion and anti governmental protests. That have been taking place in poland for over two weeks now. Polish woman supported by husbands partners families and friends and by one. Another of course took to the streets to protest against a near total ban on abortion. Poland's already restrictive abortion laws. Would under the law proposed by the constitution tribunal ban abortions. For reasons of fetal abnormality the tribunal declared the violate the polish constitution. This statement as you can imagine. 'cause the huge unrest in poland and beyond regardless of the pandemic protesters search onto the streets and demand a complete rethink of abortion laws in poland. But they also campaign against the ruling party strongly supported by the catholic church. I've spoken with dr stanley bill. Senior lecturer in police studies and director of the poli- studies program at the university of cambridge. Stanley is the founder and editor at large of notes from poland and independent news outlet about poland has spent more than ten years living in poland. We spoke about political reasons behind it. This was simply something that was always coming. Despite the fact that kaczynski knows at the majority of polish society is opposed to any change to the abortion law. It was coming because of promises made effectively to very conservative allies in the church and very conservative members of his party. So this is an issue that in fact he's been postponing for years but very important allies of his who supported his party supported. His presidential candidate helped to get them elected in the church and particularly in the very conservative parts of the church And it's payback time..

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"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"You're listening to women making waves. The polish government sudden move to implement a very divisive court ruling that demands abortions become illegal irrespective of cases. Were a fetus is diagnosed with a serious and irreversible birth defect has generated anger and protests on a huge scale. This has taken the government. By surprise we asked women making waves. Contributary cashier bosniak. Who lives in poland to send us a report on the protests. She sent this powerful account explaining the reasons behind the protest and the language the women are using to express their fury the sound of anger and frustration. This is war shouts. The crowd gathered at the liberty square in nine and midwest poland. I'm kosovo snack. And welcome to the sedition women making waves where i present a report on the pro abortion and anti governmental protests. That have been taking place in poland for over two weeks now. Polish woman supported by husbands partners families and friends and by one. Another of course took to the streets to protest against a near total ban on abortion. Poland's already restrictive abortion laws. Would under the law proposed by the constitution tribunal ban abortions. For reasons of fetal abnormality the tribunal declared the violate the polish constitution. This statement as you can imagine. 'cause the huge unrest in poland and beyond regardless of the pandemic protesters search onto the streets and demand a complete rethink of abortion laws in poland. But they also campaign against the ruling party strongly supported by the catholic church. I've spoken with dr stanley bill. Senior lecturer in police studies and director of the poli- studies program at the university of cambridge. Stanley is the founder and editor at large of notes from poland and independent news outlet about poland has spent more than ten years living in poland. We spoke about political reasons behind it. This was simply something that was always coming. Despite the fact that kaczynski knows at the majority of polish society is opposed to any change to the abortion law. It was coming because of promises made effectively to very conservative allies in the church and very conservative members of his party. So this is an issue that in fact he's been postponing for years but very important allies of his who supported his party supported. His presidential candidate helped to get them elected in the church and particularly in the very conservative parts of the church And it's payback time..

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"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Soldiers from Poland some activists from Poland polish teachers and people were actually bringing positivity to the nation. Yeah, basically killed them all. So it's yeah, but it's quite a big. Yeah, I mean but it's it's one of those things that needs to be known. So, hopefully something like that can never happen again. Definitely that that's a big blemish huge scar of humanity that Yeah should never happen again to get onto something more lighthearted Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus. Yeah, how about you said well so you can yeah, I think you're ready to move to Poland. I think you got this, you know, let's do it. Let's do it. Welcome home. That's no explain that to me. But so you don't have snoozed Ingles right know like I it's just like why it's like it's hard to understand for me means then goes dead. It's in the in approval from what I remember. Yeah. It's in the Pro. So you basically she was single sisters. Basically get wet like yeah, some water pistols are some I don't know anything and you feel water and you just splash it off with the water. So it's just too I mean know there's just so have fun. Yeah to have some Childish time. It is like you got celebrated during Easter, correct? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah see here in the states. We do, you know Easter egg hunts, you know little plastic eggs filled with candy. We did not like we don't grab a whole bunch of water balloons water, you know pistols water buckets. That's not a that's not what I do. Now. It sounds fun and I guarantee if I asked my son if he wanted to get some water water guns. He'd like, yeah. Yeah all for it. But I know that is not something we have here. See I'm surprised like wage Why not doing it because it's so much fun. I'd this is like you should you know do it you should introduce this smooth dyngle's to your friends over their own lives. I I'm all water fights are fun. So I'm all for me and my wife when we got married we kind of sort of did that in a sense we did cuz we got married this year during during everything. Appreciate it. Thank you. We we had original plans like up in the mountains off in front of a waterfall. We had the kind of cancel that right. So a friend of mine kind of literally in about 24 hours put together something real quick in her family farm and we we went out and made it official right after that though. We got water balloons and threw them phone number..

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"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"You gotta highlight the shit that's fucked up at the same time. It's not perfect meal countries perfect. Don't care who you are. My country is not perfect Poland's not perfect. You name a country. It's not perfect. Don't care. That doesn't mean you can't take pride in your country. If anything if you highlight like hey, you know, I love where I'm from. I Love the country I live in but if we could fix these, you know, we have issues that need to be addressed resolved and corrected. It will make us an even better cut for everybody and same how you know, you're speaking over there about you know the dog Old-fashioned individuals think in a certain way we have that helped kind of have a big issue with that going on right now. I don't know how much of American News is is mentioned over there, especially how we have it now with the election coming up and who but there's Master it's it's crazy is crazy, but we're kind of dealing with that again. It's always been a thing but it seems be because the mess that this year has been out for everybody. It's getting highlighted a lot more in spoken about a lot more than it would have which is good because it's it's kind of like you said, you know, I think we all know of the issues that are going on. But until it's brought up and spoken about you know, the fact that you know it but like okay. Yeah, and you kind of like sweep it under the rug you're not going to do anything like it's going to stay the same. It has to get out in the open. It has to be spoken about mentioned, you know and ways and it needs to be addressed essentially. Yeah. Yeah, I agree totally with you. I think that the problem with responds that it hurts still a big part of the country It's just sometimes influencing can some decision-making things. Yeah, just not necessary good think because I think there should be separation between the government and the religion. Oh, yeah, no matter what region it is. Oh, yeah, and you know the the current government whose leading now those off Conservatives and they're really strongly Support Division of Christianity as main, you know filler of of Poland. Yeah so long, you know, I there are some parts which I totally don't agree with like because I'm not sure how old as in the USA. But the point when it comes to Christianity people have a Clear Vision about the roles of genders like for giving a birth or yeah those children cooking cleaning think doing everything for the husband while husband is working for the family and this is like sometimes really really meeting them because you know, some guys they're telling me that you should do this and not that because it says in the Bible like this, yeah. So I have a problem. And also the homophobic hm fraction of yeah all this is like really disgusting. I don't understand this hate this right on the line for me. Now. I understand that over in here. It's I wouldn't say it's as bad as it used to be. We definitely still have that like the whole gender-role thing like you were saying like the women, you know cook clean all that kind of stuff. That's not as in my opinion not as prominent as it used to be. But it is still there. There are still individuals that probably think that way for sure. I don't think it's as bad as it used to be home. If I'm thirty years old and I can I can tell there's been a fair amount of change in the right direction. Okay, we're not where we should be obviously..

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"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

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"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Welcome everybody by the reds ramblings I will meet today Morgan Yanukovych from over in. Poland. She's a human rights activist woman tech global ambassador as well as many other things. than go ahead, tell everybody a little bit about yourself. Yeah Hello Everyone as you said, already on the human rights activists soon, that's what I do us main activity in my life I'm also a student I. Study it and International. Business. I'm also a global ambassador for Women Tech which is basically organization which supports women in the technological field St I am. And I also taught things such as involved in a political party called green. Party just quite just getting quite big in Europe. Gilson Evident USA and I'll get in big but we do have it. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm also involved in some activities to support of minorities such as lgbtq plus community. Yeah. I was looking at your face page and it said like you studied at numerous schools and colleges and whatnot and a good fairmont them I couldn't even begin to pronounce so. I left it at what I could say. Are they want butcher the language? LETI actually I have I have. Some person that. I like changes so sometimes. I like to start total in chapter totally new country. So I asked you set already have studied in UK in Portsmouth University of Portsmouth also study it now Poland and the puzzling the university's gold collecting Davinci and stopped at international business in cool and Finland. Okay I've studied nowhere. Because I did enough in school to graduate and yes I regret it. But you know. Inverse into say this is really expensive think. But in in Europe excluding UK Free Yeah Yeah there's. There's that as well. Kim My wife goes to college now and you know the course she's taken isn't that bad but Once, she's in the medical field. Doing histology right now. And so show come back from school end studying I for tests and whatnot anonymous. Like looking down like I've tried to help her but..

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"poland" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"poland" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"Will see because. Unfortunately. What happens important at the moment is quite similar to what happens outer countries that are swallowed by nationalist ideology, and that is fighting against the liberal values than the West for example. So you will be pleased to know that Britain, or even the conservative British government is called Marxist in Poland. That sounds quite Crazy from. Exactly. So so in a way Ns probably lend knowledge if any think Polish organizations that work in the same vein and we tried to achieve the same things, but we can't hope that an itself can be somehow influential in Poland because by definition is liberal Western evil. But I guess the corporation should be an could be perhaps enhanced. So the polls organisms can learn from our knowledge here an excellent. Thank you very much. Thank you very much..

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"poland" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"poland" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Kind of Poland what do I what can I not what what is my base income that I need to generate and then from there it will look and say well earned retirement what are your fixed income you know if you have so security at or if you do have a pension you know that the higher you have yours true fixed income relative to your fixed expenses have a lot more flexibility for timing from a retirement and then it really is building out from there what do what do we have an emergency fund what we have as after tax dollars or dollars in our retirement plans and how do you have access to those with certain tax implications away and that's a big one isn't so yeah because what you're looking at is it's almost like a liquidity analysis as well absolutely making sure that you are properly diversified and you're in the right types of investments that can create lesser tax if possible you might have capital gains rates on some of your investments you would have order income tax on some if it's under a Roth distribution could be income tax free there's many other pieces that kind of fall into the different pieces there so looking at what should you spend first second third is very key and all the way back in nineteen eighty six we were doing these projections for people and now it's become a very hot topic because people are living longer and longer so they do need to plan the retirement for many more years than they might have in the past and that's going to continue to be the case some people say well my parents live to age eighty so I don't think I'm a live past eighty well what if you live to ninety or ninety five don't plan for just eighty we had one guy that came in and he had a projection from a different group and he had his retirement income was projected only till age seventy seven and he was projected it was projected at a pretty high rate of return to make it work Tel seventy seven nice as well to the other company guarantee that high return for you every year now and I said on this you have to die at seventy seven are you willing to do that to make this work look at me like you know when you put it that way I said we want a projected up to ninety five in most cases and if you live to eighty five at least we built it conservatively in case you do live to ninety five we've had some people it said ninety five is not long enough how about one oh five or one ten you have a couple without naming any names getting in trouble that are like in their upper nineties and age they just moved over to you like in their nineties really yeah we did a second opinion a few years ago for a couple first time I talked to them they were the wife was ninety one and I think the husband was ninety five and I said what is the reason for reaching out to us and they said they looked at each other they said we think we're about due for a second opinion thank you don't wait till ninety five or ninety one yeah I mean I was glad to see those people they're very it was is quite enlightening appointment and meeting and they're in pretty good shape so confirming what they were doing was what they were happy to hear that but most people can't wait for that second opinion tell them tell me yeah probably a good idea so we'll leave that task now to get that second opinion just give a call to nine five two five four four two eight three seven that's nine five two five four four two eight three seven with everything going on weekday mornings with justice Andrew on Twin Cities news talk A. M. eleven thirty and one oh three point five FM because you deserve the truth the commission society of Minnesota weather center mainly cloudy skies across the metro today with widespread showers and thunderstorms this afternoon heavy rain is possible high temps today are.

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