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"polit bureau" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"I don't know that they wanted to apologize to me. But they called and they wanted to connect with me. They missed me. They said she especially. And i just was bitch and i said she's you. Paul is and they kind of comforted unfunded and then they did and he did and she did. They did beautifully. They did a beautiful sincere sounding apology for what they did. They knew exactly what they did. And they also knew exactly what they got out of bonobo ville and we didn't spend a long time on what they did because it was a positive call and we just talked about how wonderful it was that they met in bonobo ville and according to dayton especially that she was uplifted well she started to go to. She went to the university with us up in In she went to burger clear. Talk at berkeley. She was really excited her mother. I always saw her as much more than a porn star. But maybe to be able to work in a way that was outside of porn but that also honored her porn background and her sexual intelligence which most companies don't honor they don't honor sexual ability except for porn companies of course and to some degree sex education but i think a lot of sex. Educators are a little bit against porn. Everybody's involved in it but nobody wants to step out in front so well. We are out in front darlings. We are out in front especially we were out in front with the zoning board of arcadia which we called the polit bureau of arcadia and it is a little bit like that because everybody just votes the party line that was so obvious the wagons circle the wagons. And you know what. It's a if i may It's one of the stiffest villages i've lived in not because of the massage parlors on every corner. Okay but just the people that run it. Yeah you know people that..
"polit bureau" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"Been a big big state Not that big. I guess he knows those people who knows all those people. Sorry they live in your town. The people you're talking about. I've never met them before. Sorry about that. okay okay. That's what i thought but your hesitancy made me feel as they could be the neighbors so what's going on. what's up. How you doing on super from before about five times this summer. More than the cool. I mean it you know the cova craft kind of let it up your house able to get out and perform like that and and Bell's good give back amongst it. Yeah cova crap well. I hope you're staying safe working on that. Yeah okay what are you doing down there now. Not much just hanging out and join life and Rented land many not win. Seen a couple of so the radically one is the deal on. Buddy holly call and say hi to our cow now. We have a new gal named malleable. Always like our new gals. smokey mel. how are you doing good unanimous. Beautiful smokey's charbon. He does elvis tributes. That's right right that's adorable. He's smoking and he's a people pleaser so there's kinks somewhere in the mix. All right and with that. I'll say goodnight. Smokey nights smokey makes you now. I stephen the guys take the next. Keep a doctor susie landau out now. Let's try keep me what you keep her. What gave dr susie down. Keep reno lined out deep trouble out of trouble. Trouble funk are always very request caper land at you know came from the rat track and i'll keep a restraint. I guess they know in texas what that means that means antiono saying what are you saying. That just means You keep reading keeper in line. Is you know you've really know keeper in line. Got a whole polit bureau trying to keep. Both of us is lying woman. You listen to me right all right. So i keep. That's it. that's it that's it. That's it captain. Maxim that's how to get attention. Okay i knew. I wanted to hustle him off the show. So i that too. So he's in line for cook. Could you have some trouble. Could you tell us how great we are. At least you know. I really nice get great. I always enjoyed. It always enjoyed y'all and looking forward to coming back and seeing y'all hope i get to meet now and get the and i get to hang out with the aid and all this good stuff but i better be checked. I'll keep you in line smoke if you ever show up here again. You're going to get the cuffs right on. And i'm gonna make you sing in fact sing a little song before you go just a couple bars bars about it. My santa little off. But i'll see what i can do when you want something faster. Slow fast.
"polit bureau" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"Can you. Oh do you guys have a lawyer. What what the fuck you talking about. Well if people want to know what the fuck talking about actually we are going to be posting response to the article that was posted on the pasadena star news and the daily news probably picked up other places. But that's where it is. It's a pretty good article. It is mostly honest. It's not gravely dishonest. They are gravely dishonest. The coders the coders toners. he's shown. Polit bureau zoomed out worried that we have an office the so carefully now with fourteen bathrooms. Because they're already here. We didn't install expensive kind of money and ten showers and showers. And we have. We have a very homey atmosphere. They were already here. And it's funny how they're debating whether or not we're allowed to have kitchen right when we moved in here and it's a huge kitchen that is here. Are they trying to say that. We are not allowed to use the kitchen. Will they were debating that they decided we could have a small kitchen. Hey call it borough huge kitchen. That's right. I may build a second floor to it. More bathrooms can't use the bathrooms. We're not building any fan and they're in charge of our building code violations. Shes we're not even doing any building. They wanted us to build parking spaces then they realized there was no place to build them well. There was underneath the building. I said to them how about the structure right on top of the bill. It's a sloped roof. Yeah not going to work and no and then she looked at me kidding. They're not doing that. We're not going to get an exemption. We're not doing any of that. We're just gonna keep seven hundred dollars of your money. Just actually they kept five hundred five hundred seven hundred friday what process processing process they cancelled. Somebody's insulting me. Hello man mccoll says. I sound like dr laura anti laura so listen look it up. Please go somewhere else. If you like dr. laura this is not for you know. And if you don't like dr. Laura i am not dr laura and you obviously are purposely insulting me by saying sounds like dr laura so get lost tiger man and also. I'm dr laura. I'm talking to you from way far away and you have to quit doing what you're doing. Go home and repent okay. Speaking of repenting let me insert a little story here. Sh absolutely because the women's marches have been all over the usa today right and they've been very successful in terms of a big turnout and a lot of women that look good and they are of course very much opposing the attempt to overthrow a right to choose an abortion when we need one we people that can get pregnant and that includes all kinds of people mostly women but there are other genders such as trans men who can get pregnant and might not want to have baby and should be made to shouldn't be forced. This is a nonconsensual kink. On the part of what i've called the texas taliban no insult to the taliban although may not a fan of the towel ban yeah but learn to be nice guys. They're trying to control women. That's what it's all about you guys. Don't care about life as george carlin said. They're born there on their own. You're only concerned about the pre born and no state of any kind is certainly not for preschool right. No no no no no no that's communism. That's that's socialism. Imagine somebody pays for your education so that you can give back. Imagine europe abortions are paid for by most of the governance up to a certain amount of time but a reasonable amount of time. Not six weeks. Most women don't know they're pregnant in that amount of time. Yeah there's a funny sign at the women's march in texas where viruses have more rights than women when they could reproduce or not they have lots of reproductive rights and women. Don't at least that's the way it is now. I wonder if anybody's sued anybody over this. But oh it's now before the federal court okay. So we're going to see this. Fold all liberals now and all the women all of an egg heads and all you fucked up people who are always like fighting all this is going on with his three trillion dollars is a redistribution of wealth. Actually that's what community is all about. Sharing right isn't it. That's what it's about that's the bonobo way. And we're going to have a lot of debt debt but then let's just forget that we already have debt and they keep cutting taxes and they keep cutting taxes and we spent hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars on the military on the military billions of dollars. The most certainly the most sort of socialistic communistic organization in america but destructive to struck the human beings and animals and the environment the worst polluter in terms of climate change while anyway back to texas. Because of course some texans say that they want to make abortion illegal. Because that's what's in the bible. But the bible does say that life begins at breath and i talked about that. A few shows ago.
"polit bureau" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"It's really just perfect to get kinky. Hey hey hey. Hey hey captain. We celebrated kink month this morning. We kicked it off with some kinky orgasm. Ooh we've got a city board of codes. It's very kinky. They're trying to take my pets away. Oh oh yeah well actually and this morning we did have our kinky sex in a bed in. We had been working all night. Actually it was about six in the morning and we decided we should kick off kink month and fortunately we had a bed here so it worked out now. How kinky you might ask. Well when you're as old as us it's all kinky shaw kink and painful sometimes anyway yes well. You're not taking it. 'cause leisure balogh break. We didn't have a lot of pain. It wasn't like a big pain seen folks no. Let's i mean we are talking about king. I did but not too hard in this kind of kinky a an oral girl. I didn't bite any critical danger. Instrument's were it could take I like my adversaries to be strong enough to handle me. Yeah bite my nipple. Actually there was one point. Where i got a little too kinky with your nipple a few years ago and i had to lay off remember so it could heal. You gotta do that when you're kinky. Sometimes you go a little too far and then you gotta pull back and you go to knowledge your error four four while utah created another nipple for you okay. That's a little too nope okay. Okay so There we did that is it. We've talked about it before. I think you're feeling very very affected by the nonconsensual kinky domination of the polit bureau. Those guys felt like a a thing of domino's you put all the dominoes up and then the first domino do that and all the other dominos fall down because they have no brain of their own. So called lemmings. Going off the cliff going all go off the cliff together. They follow each other off a cliff. And that is what these members of the polit borough did and you could also say. They circled the wagons. Yes because their own had made these charges that kept changing over the deel just one charge after another and then of course the newspapers got it right trying to shut this down. Yes they don't like this kind of radio in arcadia. Because i am a sex is a sexologist sexologist. Meaning that i talk about sex on the show and study and research it and present the research and sex therapists meaning that i help other people. Maybe you and sex and how to handle them but no. I don't have a bunch of people here giving massages or lap dances or even lingerie shows none of that. I mean i have had lingerie show not lately not here. It's funny because we don't have that and it's funny because that's what they accuse us up to begin with and then they knew that couldn't stick. They also accused us of having a hotel or motel. Then we had to build parking lots on top and parking lots underneath and they had all kinds and then i couldn't. We couldn't park the limousine there and then we couldn't park that they're endless until until dead sub bads up by the way those famous beds. Yes they've been with a split some thirty years okay and so you guys over there the city all those are my beds and taking them away. I do a show called bed sl chats for many years. I've been known as the lady in the bed or the lady in two different things. Yeah exactly the lady in the hat they called me larger than life in the pasadena star news and the daily news. And it's funny. Because i'm only five foot three but i- project perhaps a bit of a larger than life and a wilder than even anything you can imagine image. I just want to clarify one thing. For these dump coughs dumb cough stump coughs of the polit borough of the polit bureau. These are my bids so you get it straight right. We paid for them. They're part of.
"polit bureau" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Now I want to save it. I want to save this story about the high school. Where they have banned. Both the gay pride flag. And the Black lives matter Flag. I'm going to hold that. But it is it is going to tie in. I'm going to tie it in pretty well. I wanted To get back to something I was discussing about the State Department. Voicing their concerns over an all male Taliban government. How weak the United States looks at moments like this. It's the Taliban. What did you think was going to happen? What did you think they were going to do? How did you think this would end? Did you think it would end with women having rights? Did you think it would end? With women. Sitting at the table equally. Have you never, ever, ever, ever read a single thing? About Sharia law. When the state Department engages in this kind of conversation. It reminds me of Michelle Obama, who I will admit I wasn't a fan of, but she marked me less than she irked other people. She she? She never just I don't know something about her. Never got me as angry as as as it got other people. But there were things she said that I disagreed with, for sure. But I remember when there are these girls kidnapped in in Africa. Forget the nation. And she was by from Boko Haram. So this here is an Al Qaeda offshoot. And she was there with she took. They took a picture of her. She's holding a sign that hashtag bring back our girls. Nothing. Was of more weakness than that photo and going would have been more weak. If it had been done by an elected official, which those kinds of things are now done by elected officials. You think Boko Haram cares about your signs? Do you think signs do anything? Except get shared on Instagram. Do you think Boko Haram cares? Do you think the Polit Bureau in China cares? Do you think Vladimir Putin cares? Do you think they give a good holy damn They don't care. It means nothing to them. They're not going to move in that direction. So why would we engage with such ridiculousness and such weakness? Voicing concern over an all male Taliban. Is the silliest thing. One could say right now. It is a position of weakness. It's a position of complete and total abject failure. And we should not. Sit idly by While they go about doing it. We should call this government government out this failure out Anybody who thought that the Taliban was going to have women at the table never has read a book. They know nothing about history. They should be embarrassed and ashamed of themselves. Embarrassed and ashamed of themselves. Anybody who listens to representative Ocasio Cortez talking about this Texas abortion bill. Should be embarrassed and ashamed of themselves. This woman so deluded. She thinks that men give birth. She thinks that men men straight. Both things aren't true. I don't care if somebody is offended by what I just said. There's nothing offensive about facts. Nothing. It just is what it is. No one's angry with anybody. I'm not angry with somebody for saying they're this or that are living like this one. God leave me alone. Leave me alone. I leave you alone. Everybody's left alone. I love it. But people like Acacia Cortez statements like this from the State Department. They make us weaker. Because it shows how little we are paying attention to reality. You want a great example of how little we're paying attention to reality Speaker Pelosi talking about the Afghanistan withdrawal. If the president and the right decision to leave the gas, man. Ah, uh, Too bad the audio was messed up. Referred to the Afghanistan withdrawal as historic and remarkable. Echoing the points of the secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin. Anybody who is watching knows that it isn't remarkable. Well, wait now it is remarkable and how bad it went. And it is historic and that we left Americans behind. You know what? I take it back Speaker Pelosi. You got it right? Good on you. Good on you. I'm Tony Katz. This is what's happening. Refugees from Afghanistan have arrived. Not clear exactly how many are at Camp Atterbury. They will be put into the reception staging and onward integration. 93 wi PC Ida's leftovers. There's a lot of damage. Take us some time to dig out of the recover from this devastating storm. The latest updates, we will be putting roadie weighed on the floor of the house at the top and bottom of the hour health Suspending workers not getting a coronavirus.
"polit bureau" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"Author of the new book from rebel to ruler. One hundred years of the chinese communist party. We talked about a range of subjects. Tracing the thirteen original leaders of the ccb to president xi jinping current policies. It's the law fair. Podcast of timber. Seventh tony sage on one hundred years of the ep. Tony thank you so much for joining me. I want to start with the very basic question when we talk about the chinese communist party or the p. at the current moment how large is the organization. Give us a outline of its basic structure and a rough estimate of the number of its members. Well thank you very much for the invitation. Well it's a big beast. The chinese communist party current numbers say it has about ninety five million members and that means that it's only though about six percent of the population but of course it's members control all the key positions at the national level and the local levels essentially structure is in a pyramid shape. So you have grassroots. Organizations at the bottom working in the streets working in the farms are operating in the factories and then it slowly builds up till you get to the central committee members who will meet once a year in beijing and above that the polit bureau and the standing committee of the pali bureau. So it's a very hierarchical organization and like many hierarchical organizations it. Seeds most power to those at the top of that pyramid and in the current period of time. Of course that's the general secretary. Xi jinping so ninety million members take us back one hundred years to the thirteen original founders of this ep. Who were they in. What experiences have they lived through. That led them to believe that. Communism was the answer to china's problems at that moment in nineteen twenty one. Yeah they represented fifty three members I can't think they would ever imagined that they would be in the position. They're in today and those who attended that first party. Congress were essentially a group of what one might term intellectuals who become seriously disillusioned with developments in china that following the collapse of the dynasty a- decade earlier they'd had hopes expectations that china might move in a more progressive and perhaps even more democratic direction but slowly but surely They became frustrated with what they saw as the dithering in the warlord politics around them and felt that change really had to come in a total way. The what was needed in. China was a brand new system Which could i lie with. Soviet russia and would get rid of the foreigners would radically private business and would put the party and ultimately the stateless society in control having said that though it's important to remember that only two of those original thirteen chinese members stuck with the chinese communist party all the way through nineteen forty nine and in fact the first party congress there was a wide range of different views expressed. The majority took a very hard. Very orthodox boxes line included For example no compromise with the yellow intellectuals and the bourgeois class somewhat ironic given they roll intellectuals themselves and he plays themselves to lead the working-class onto the dictatorship of the proletariat other said. Yeah well wait a minute. Maybe we need to think about this a bit more. Maybe we should cut social. Democracy is an alternative and so they were essentially a group of people who are very disaffected with the inheritance that had come to them but not all of them are certain about the way forward so when you talk a lot about in the book is this sort of difference in this delineation between the communist party trying to appeal to the peasantry in the working class. I was wondering if you could just give us a sense of that debate in the twenties and thirties in particular. Well when the party founded it was established it took a very traditional stock so the revolution was going to be based on the working class. Of which of course were not many in china. At that time it was overwhelmingly rural country made up of a small peasant farmers landlords and so forth and so through much of the twenties. It tried to focus its activities on labor agitation organizing amidst the working class. Now someone who was at the first party congress. Actually dutchman hanks nathalie thought that that was Not a very effective policy given the weakness of the working class and he suggested that a broader coalition would be necessary with the fledgling nationalist movement which was developing in the south and he encouraged communist party. Members are in fact. Enforce communist party members should join that nationalist movement as individuals. Every while that was very successful the party began to expand quite rapidly but it was becoming clear that a strategy based on mobilizing the working class to take power was not going to be effective and that was destroyed as a vision in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven. When it's nationalist partners turned on the communists shanghai and slaughtered many of them. Now some of the early communist party leaders including meltsa dome had been recognizing the importance in role of the peasantry. But if you look at the documentation through the twenties indeed even through the nineteen thirties. It feels stressed that it was really a party made up of advanced elements of the proletariat but the defeat of the urban movement in nineteen twenty. Seven really meant that. They had no choice but to settle in the countryside. Essentially nationalist forces drove them into the barren hills in various areas of china where they had to establish a base areas rooted in the countryside and that led them to pay more attention to questions that would affect the peasantry and peasant livelihood in so you see increasingly. Although the rhetoric keeps talking about the proletariat the proletarian revolution it becomes an armed force which is based in the countryside and increasingly reliant on peasant support to keep it alive and to keep it going so i wanna fast forward a little bit as you mentioned there. This ep survived several low points. Almost being completely exterminated during the twenties and thirties during the forties while china was both repel the japanese megyn in mississippi was at least somewhat at civil war. You write the building coherent party and uniting sort of the ideologically diverse coalition. That was the ccp at that. Point was a major challenge why was malzahn uniquely positioned to unite the party. During that time period what characteristics did he possess. Yes what was happening was the as you said. The chinese communist party had almost been exterminated on a number of different occasions. It was now hunkered down in scotland number of what record base areas where it had territorial control but really. It was an amalgam of all kinds of different ideas. Different people who party members without any cohesive ideology or really cohesive plan of action at that point so for example a number of urban liberals intellectuals who'd fled either from japanese invasion or from the nationalists had found themselves in these areas and they were sympathetic. I guess towards left wing causes but they didn't know anything about marxism They didn't really know what the chinese communist party stood for. And so i think mao had concluded that if they were to survive organization was at the core and was at the core of organization was a strong discipline party that would follow a coherent set of beliefs. And whatever else mile was and he was many things he was also a magnificent storyteller and he began to tell a story. I think his own rise to power and the existence of the chinese communist party that made sense to many of those who'd fled to those base areas so for example he talked about the long arc of history. The humiliation of china The exploitation of the foreigners the exploitation of the landlords. And i think some of those who came with their own individuals stories. I began to think okay. This wasn't just me. This was happened to this was a bigger force of history Meant that. I finished up here and so that was compelling. I think too many but not to everyone and that is an important side of that to remember that while some might have been persuaded others were coerced To accept the new line which was emanating from mal his closest supporters and will those who didn't accept that new definition of what the communist party stood for and what it meant in terms of looking forward towards the future and that sort of control over. Who's correctly analyzing the past becomes really crucial to the party at that point in in the legitimacy of the leader it we can jump into that a bit more. Was she a little bit later. But for now i'm just curious. What effect do you think that had in the the immediate period in nineteen forty nine and through the fifties right after they took power while i think initially what it did was it developed a narrative to give legitimacy to the communist party to its existence to why it was struggling against the nationalists why it was struggling against the japanese who had invaded and the correct telling of history from then on always played an important part in chinese communist party legitimacy to rule so as it began to take power increasing you through the late nineteen forties in that of course ultimate power in nineteen forty nine. It came presenting itself as the victor over.
"polit bureau" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"We gotta get it. Let's do it. I got way more info about whammos autonomous trucking arm by the way. This is not an arm that hangs out inside of your truck. We're talking about that. Part of their business waymo via it's called It's building trucking hub in partnership with reidar in dallas texas. The company has been testing. It's waymo driver platform on class. Eight trucks with companies like j. b. hunt on interstate forty five between houston and fort worth down there in texas the new hub. That is building that it's building. We'll help waymo via expand operations beyond by forty-five onto ten twenty and connect with whammos phoenix operations. I am telling you the day that i went and saw logan and movie theaters. I saw those autonomous driving trucks. I thought that is reality. And get my head around and tom. We're finally heading toward logantown. Yeah blow the horn guy. I think Waymo via may be the more commercially viable part of waymo before its passenger car services. Even though they're offering commercial passenger car service in phoenix. It's very limited. It has not been expanding. It's even been some scuttle but that some of the engineers are leaving demo on the vehicle side but waymo via seems to be trucking along real strong here And and that seems to be industry-wide we are seeing trucking logistics oriented autonomous vehicles leading the way in commercial viability. This indicates i mean the partnership with writer is smart Writers got a huge fleet And so part of this will be fleet maintenance and making sure that the trucks are good and as they are able to ramp up autonomous trucks. They'll just go right into that fleet. He's still needs some humans on board So they'll they'll be able to draw from from that pool because these are not level five autonomous trucks. In fact. I think it's with dime that that waymo via is is investigating level four autonomous trucks level. Four means you still need some human supervision They and they have to be on predetermined routes they can't just go driving all over the place on their own but when you're talking about trucks you stick them on a controlled access highway like the interstate system in the united states. And they do really well and you and it's more efficient does seem like i mean it's not quite as the cry crow flies when you're talking about these routes but it is made a lot more sense than an average driver who's just in a car and how many stops they might make in. How many random decisions they might have to make this is just loaded up and send it so for now people in there until we get to a further certification but my question is should that industry start worrying about you know job losses one of those questions. That always comes up. I tended to to lean into the idea that oftentimes we don't see it right away but these kinds of innovations lead to other and better jobs. Maybe even in the same industry. Maybe to support these new initiatives. Whatever but you know. It's easy to look at this. If you're a driver or otherwise involved in that industry and go upgrade computers are going to take over the freight business. What are we going to do. Well this is one of those industries that's worth paying attention to. Because in general people overreacts automation automation doesn't necessarily lead to job loss. We've talked about it before bringing in computers and putting a bunch of secretaries out of work Did not lead to you. Know years and years of of of secretaries out panhandling. At meant that you could now hire those same people for other jobs and provide services that you couldn't before i ideally We will see improved. Customer service because companies who cheap out on customer service won't have to because they'll be saving all this money on automation however in trucking you don't have as much of a clear path to transferable skills So eventually when. You're like yeah. These trucks can drive themselves. They don't even need a person on board a truck driver can't go like oh we'll so i've got an obvious place to go and now provide benefit to the company that they couldn't afford before So that that is something to get ahead of now is this ramps up is like how are you going to help truck drivers transition to other jobs. The other jobs will be there. But they may require retraining. They may require some skills that this could be an area where the where it has a bigger impact. All right time for another china. Crackdown update crack ten cents. We chat is listed in a government notice wednesday. The government is trying to accused forty three apps of illegally transferring contact lists and location data We of course a super app in china used for everything. That's a big one. Alibaba's e-readers was on this list. Hei was also on this list. That's a video service. The apps have until august twenty fifth to fix the issues china's set to pass its new data privacy law this week. This is china's version of the gdp are although with more provisions government access whereas the gdp are usually applies to governments and private companies tuesday. The government issued new draft guidelines on anticompetitive practices that forbid blocking competitor's products from platforms forbids paying cash for fake reviews and forbids taking competitor data and more. This is very similar to other anticompetitive rules. Being considered in other parts of the world. china's president gee also announced tuesday that he encourages quote high income individuals and businesses to do more to repay society. This is where you need a little kremlinology your polit bureau or whatever you call it. China which people are taking this to mean. Hey big tech bigwigs making a lot of money you need to just come up with things to do to keep me from coming at you. Still ten cent posted a twenty nine percent rise in q. Two prophet it's gaming revenue which is under fire. Slow too little. Also i think people are just not gaming as much as as they tend to go back out after lockdowns but fintech picked up the slack. Ten cent doubled its overseas revenue in two thousand twenty seven percent of total sales still small. But that may be a pathway forward for ten cents to do a lot more overseas in the earnings call. Ten president martin lau warned investors to expect more regulations from china but noted that quote regulation of the internet is a global trend and it's not just limited to china. It's actually happening in the us. In europe but china is really a bit ahead in terms of the execution of the more structural regulation framework. I didn't regulation china china. Lao also said from our understanding the government actually wants foster a long term sustainable development of the internet industry Basically i read that to mean like deer government. Look at us. We're going to be a team player. Lau also said our attitude during this wave of regulation we want to embrace this environment fully and we want to establish ourselves as fully compliant. Please well also good news for by. Do you may think of by do as the big search engine in china which it is But by us trying to change that perception a little bit announcing a second generation a chip the quinlan two can be used for autonomous driving and has entered mass production That's music to president. Jeez ear because that's what he wants people to a little ad that energy office social platforms on hardware. Start making some chips. Domestically by do also showed off a concept robo car and redesigned. Its taxi app with ambitions of making autonomous taxis available commercially in some cities within the next couple years by do also announced four new products with smart voice assistant in them including a smart screen..
"polit bureau" Discussed on EconTalk
"You in for those you listening on the audio only. It's a lovely. It's a lovely covering. You're missing out. But i'm gonna play you all of innsbruck because it's been such an inspiration to mayan and lavigne notes that no society can function without functioning institutions. That shape us people you know. That's the journalism profession at. I came into the newsroom. Said shape me by really hammering intimate. Gotta get it right. I've gotta be accurate. I've gotta check. I've got a double source of go to go back to people. Before i write about them gotta run corrections. If i'm wrong even though i'm not happy about it. And no one else is happy about it. Institution shape us. And that's very true of the constitution of science unlike the Commercial marketplace constitution of science. The reality based community is mostly a professional network because it takes typically years in any of these fields law journalism public administration and especially science to get up to speed to understand the ideas to get the jargon the education to learn the literature to build a track record so that others know that you're on the level so it's very much a professional network in it relies heavily on a lot of unwritten rules and they range from obvious things. Like you can't make stuff up in regular life. You know people make stuff up all the time or you can't believe stuff just because somebody told you and you think it might be true. You can't do you on in science journalism. You have to be fact based that's really hard in. All of those norms can be undermined. And i argue in the book that there too big attacks on the right now. One of them is from the outside. And that's from people who were using disinformation and other forms of episode democ warfare and the force at the center of that right now in america is donald trump and maga- and his movement very very dangerous. But the other is the one that you mentioned russ and that's from the inside. And that's factions that come into academia increasingly journalism and seek to politicize it seek to erode the norms that what really matters is accuracy above all in we shouldn't be following political agendas. We should be seeking and following facts. Sometimes it's hard to know the difference but where our heart should be what we should be striving to do is keep political agendas out of it and there has been a pretty serious dementia that at a lot of institutions. We'll come back and talk about both of those I'm going to bring an an economist. Respective i that i think is important to add to the just the cultural trends that we're dealing with at some of those cultural trends. I fear are the result of incentives. Which is the economists perspective before we get there I wanna talk about the constitution and knowledge in. It's ideal form which you are quite eloquent and Thoughtful it's lovely to have a book like this where you get to actually show some nuance and let the reader understand the subtlety of what you're talking about And we won't do justice to that next fifteen minutes or so of trying to to cover that. But but i really liked that part of the book where you try to give the flavor of what is actually going on but at a higher level it's sort of a bird's eye view you talk about the episode funnel the way that ideas get turned into what we have is knowledge and in particular the importance of. It's being shared knowledge. Which i'd have not really seen people emphasize enough. You draw charles perse. Who's a personal favorite of mine. Almost never gets mentioned outside this program. So i'm thrilled. That he's in your book number places but talk about that episode mcdonnell and the rules and norms and institutions that. Take the myriad of ideas down to what we would call share knowledge. I love to because that really goes to the heart of the matter and also relates. To what i said earlier. The marketplace of ideas is not enough so most people most of the ideas that most people have about. What's true what's not true. Most of the time are wrong. Just wildly long to human condition wherein a state of abundant bumbling error. Most of the time. We're you know we're pretty good at immediate problems that affect our lives and demand and give us immediate feedback like you know. Is that a tiger in the bush just debris or where's the next tribe But we're not good at all at bigger abstract questions. Like what's the cause of the disease. That's that's decimating. Our our society our tribe. Or where's the next were. Pardon me or were which god do we worship and those we tend to be deeply in error because we're riddled with cognitive biases. We and we look for evidence and actually perceive favorably evidence that favors that helps us with status or favors. Our point of view really really makes us feel good makes us feel good. Yeah that's pretty much how we choose ideas and the result of that is that most of what people want to believe on any given day is not just wrong but wildly wall. So the question is how can a society find that small fraction of one percent of people's ideas that actually advanced knowledge and that's finding needles and haystacks. And the way you do that is to set up a kind of i liken it to a giant funnel the input and is free speech. That's the idea. Anyone can believe anything anyone can say just about anything. And that's the raw material for the reality based community but then it goes into this process. I think of it is like a system of pumps and filters many many nodes in this network. Most ideas are so screw. All they don't even get acquired like some people think elvis is alive but no research dollars. Well i hope not at your university. Anyway we're going to be spent finding out why elvis is still alive. A small fraction of ideas will be acquired by the system and science and journalism will say okay. We need to look at this. And then it'll be divided up into units sitter refutable that are checkable be disallowed peer. Reviewers will look at it. Editors will look at it if it passes muster and only some of them will then it will be passed on it'll be published then others can pick it up. They look at it. They do their own assessment over time. An actually pretty darn quickly through all of these nodes in this network of checkers. I think the mistake being pumping and filtering stations. The good stuff drips out at the end of the funnel. A very narrow end which on any given day is new knowledge a tiny tiny miniscule prussia's fact a fraction of what goes in a. This is a way what it does is two things i it converts information which is free and cheap and mostly wrong into knowledge which is very expensive can very precious and is humanity's greatest resource objective knowledge is a species transforming invention. Put the shot in my arm. That's protecting me from cogan. It's changes from small. Tribal societies in which knowledge essentially never grows from generation to generation to one in which we now add more to the cannon of human knowledge any day any one day than we did in two hundred thousand years but also very importantly it gives us a way to settle disputes to work very quickly through this massive of ideas. And do that in a way that's peaceful and it's decentralized that no one can take control of no prince or priest or polit bureau can say okay rest robert. Here's what you're teaching your university. Because we think it's true..
"polit bureau" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"That's underway just like the other question is logical. And i've heard you speak about it because y'all i'm not solicits but you're always straight up about what you're doing and the question is whether or not we should be in a position where you are. Why can't the the experts say. We know that this virus is in fact. It's going to be are. We know why all the drugs approved or not temporarily approve permanently approved that's underway to. I expect that to occur quick. Well that union for the fda freely fda just one little clip from last week's photo town whole with the man who baz the title of president. How long can it go on. I'm sebastian gorka. This is america. let's ask them on. Who is the the helmsmen. He is the master and commander of one of our favorite websites. American greatness book market right now am greatness dot com. You can follow him on twitter. The chris bosca chris. Welcome back to america i i. I'm very well and and look. I know you're one of the good guys. I know you're conservative. You'll love this country but perhaps because you're an editor because you're in the media world you can step out of your political skin for a that. I find very hard to do and and tell me. Is this senility of this man. Ever going to be an issue for the democrats. Can they just plosser this over. Until i don't know kamala strangles him longer than we think i i'll tell you it's funny because the one of the things in the back in the eighties as americans would always make fun of the soviet union. Because they're polit bureau always look so old and gray but it was the cash you know. It's a gerontocracy in the soviet union. Howard know this guy has to tell you something about where the what the trajectory of of that country. The average age of the bureau was sixty eight. How tell how old is the president right now. He's much older than donald. Politburo bureau and and it showed out there so to your question. How long can they get covered up a long time. We talk about this all the time on the right yet. The that that really it's the administrative state it is. The bureaucracy is the l. Unelected unaccountable elements of government that run things. They're perfectly happy to have a to have will go biden in the white house. He can go on cnn. You can go it as ice cream cones you can say whatever it is that he was trying to say there which i'm not quite sure what it is and they will continue to their agenda. I think that's just fine. All right one more question about the other side before we talk about our side Tell me and again. I am sure. I'm biased i hopefully. It's going to be very damaging. Maybe not as much as i deem it to be but this whole thing is. The story is in dying about the texas democrats on the private jets with the case of beer without their mosques. Infecting man's see in the white house. Stuff is this just a kind of cool kind of tmz story or could this have real political ramifications. Not just in texas but elsewhere. Chris if for sure has ramifications in texas. I don't think there's any doubt about that. I mean the people Down in texas or paying close attention to this. We've got elections coming up there next year there. We've got some this year. You know there was a little bit of an earthquake in a big dallas suburb Called southlake about two three months ago where they Elected a bunch of new people to the school board and the city council out of their opposition for crt abc because they were not opposed to crt they're pushing crt and and i think that you see the texas democrats fleeing across states. I mean this is like shades of what was going on in wisconsin. You know seven eight years ago. And i think this is gonna be a good thing for republicans in texas and it is up to It is up to folks around the country like where i am in arizona to capitalizes and say you know. This is who these people are you know. They say one thing and they do another. And i'm generally not a big fan of crank hypocrite all the time because i don't think it has as much political juice people think but when you get something like this where it's just so out there in your face. I really think that this is one of those times where we could lead into it and gets and make some political hay out of it and it's not just pointing out the hypocrisy which it doesn't affect them but but it is useful for us is just a snapshot. Because i guarantee there. There is no group of twenty republicans. Who would do what they did. Taking southeast without the moss on the private jet so it gives you an insight into the way the other side things. doesn't it it sure does. Because here's the question. That i have that i had immediately in haven't had answered who paid for the private chat. They're not cheap and so were they trip again with their with their texas state. Legislators salaries somehow i think not. Yeah follow the money. I think texas legislator because they only meet for thirty days out of the year gets paid seven thousand two hundred dollars a year. So you're not renting to private jets for vat amount. That's for sure. Follow the money he's chris. Cookies is the founder the editor of a superlative website. You've got.
"polit bureau" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast
"I truly After it an eisenhower's basically just said blank off. No we're not doing that and even his own cabinet. Patrick was strongly opposed to this. Gosh he thought there could be one more parley at the some in. This could be a possibility to do it. Which is insane the thinking out. Yeah so the world's reaction depending on where you were was either very very forward very very much in sympathy or very quiet to be sure. Even some reporters ended up catching then former president truman just kind of walking around his hometown of independence missouri. And asking him you know. What do you think about what happened. And he basically because they met face to face obstacles nineteen forty five. He basically said i feel for old joe personally. I liked him. unfortunately he can't do it. he wants the polit bureau. They won't let them. Which was the constant misperception of stalin throughout his rule. It didn't worked absolutely the opposite. Way toes very muted reaction. But there's no question that there were very specific consequences from the biggest one. Patrick undoubtedly me is allowing an exit plan for both sides in the korean war that there could be some kind of negotiation that would lead to the armistice that officially still exists might add it. Just there's no peace treaty that ended the warriors still going on. Yes yes i know. There's all of that and so naturally it's this huge moment and the twentieth century that are mondo in new. She has managed to poke fun at it. And that's something. This film doesn't particularly represent you really much about the outside world. This is very rushing. Sent trick Film like accents. Yeah despite the british american accents and doesn't make the korean was going on at the same time it doesn't mention anything like that particular and that's representative of how south send me megan's into english stu mode perhaps that's representative how sensitive these people really were. They didn't really care what was going on outside. They just about themselves and what's happening in their lives. Maybe that's just me. I said that's being film. Students hashing with student. Give out to my younger to. He's i would say at that time. In place they were certainly far more inwardly focused than they were matching soviet union port affairs. Which is i think understandable and kind of expected to be sure. Yeah also another thing that did happen. And this is kind of where we're gonna end is some of the what happened under destalinisation Well one thing to know. Is that the doctors who were imprisoned. Were released not terribly long later because everybody knew it was a it was a bs conspiracy. That was being perpetrated by stalin and he made many of those such balls conspiracies throughout his rule without a doubt it was a way for him to knock off certain people that he felt. Were becoming problematic or somehow a challenge to him or whatever. It is trying to do the number of individuals where this was the case who are otherwise innocent or had legitimate objections. The list just legion legion. In addition to the great terror having many different phases not just towards the party but then the red army and the soviet populace in general and with the soviet popular in general it was just done on statistical quota..
"polit bureau" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"We're gonna talk about this and Thursday at the event, and it's so important right that we reach out to people in every corner of this state. I don't care what they look like. I don't know where they came from, and explain to them that look, here's the really crazy, insidious thing. People are convincing you to hate other Americans at the same time there, depriving your kids of the actual education they need in order to succeed in life. Yes, Part of that is understanding the full context of history. I was just at the Milwaukee June Tin Youth event. It was a great event. People are extremely happy there earlier the day when I was there, it's good conversations. However, remember, Juneteenth is a commemoration of all the people that fought Actually end slavery in our country and extend our countries promised everybody that is how you include to be shot should be actually talk to people about the evolution of our society and all the people from different backgrounds. Came together to open up this opportunity taking the next step. Guess what? There are kids in China who are from age five on learning the English language because the government mandates it because it's the language of international commerce, and they want their Citizenry to be in a position to go out and succeed. Go ahead and look at the engineering in the mathematics standards in countries like China and India, where since you're being pushed, and then we can argue Their systems of education or two tests centric, and that's a good argument to have. But guess what? No one in those countries is trying to find ways to lower education and standards to teach people less. And yes, those countries are guilty of manipulating their histories. It's particularly China and lying to their people about the truth. So here we are in America with the left trying to create the worst of both worlds. Where there Destroying educational standards and making it such an American kids aren't able to compete long term at the same time there, also adopting the practices of the Chinese Polit Bureau in terms of trying to manipulate history in order to export radiological conformance. There's a wonderful book Everybody should read in its by a woman named Yang Mi Parque y e O. N m I park Jordan Peterson actually just did a fascinating to our podcast with her. Her book is called in Order to live. She's a North Korean defector, and what she describes is a culture that was so closed off from history and language and the meaning of words was so totally manipulated. She had no idea what it meant to be slave or free. She didn't have an understanding of what the concepts of those words were, because in her culture in order to control everyone history was erased and reduced to the Kims. And in freedom and slavery were not words that were defined. So by the time she actually escaped the miserable conditions of her existence, which by the way was in the mid 19 nineties. She's a young woman, and she encountered these concepts. She didn't understand what it meant. That's the goal. That's the ultimate goal of the left is to totally reorder our understanding of life itself in the vision of what the elites choose for us, Kevin It's so insidious that right now it could just be about wrecking education and making us less competitive than China. But over time, it could destroy the very history of what made this country great in the first place, because if you don't remember it, and you have never learned it, there's no way you're going to be able to argue yourself out of it. 100% right. And if anyone doesn't think it can get to that point, I would ask that person to say. Did you think we'd be at this 1000.0.24 months ago? 36 months ago, Right. Look how quickly this is evolving how it's changing. Did you really think that school board members would be basically blacklisting members of their community trying to get activists to try to get them fired from their job, which is right all in the service right of promoting a basic racist idea? Ideology that's meant to pit people against each other. Did any of us think that could happen in the United States of America over this course of time, and I think it is important to say that this has been happening for many, many years, and that is highly problematic. One of the conversations we need to have, as conservatives is looking back at our elected officials and politicians because we as conservatives, we elect people to office. We expect them to keep an eye on the ball. We do not live through politics and government. We have our church. We have our family. We have our Private sector jobs that keep us busy with life and full lives. But I do think that way. Too many elected officials including those on the right have taken their eye off the ball. I know you haven't I know. Other important people have not Too many, like the officials haven't have allowed this to get to this point in the first place to your point. It's far advanced now, and I do appreciate there's people in the Legislature now and includes like Steve, Knots and Scott Allen. Rick under and Barb Dietrich gave Murphy and others who are putting can't legislation. Which will help to push back on this. We have to. I have to take a break. But I'm really, really sorry to have to cut you off like that. No better. Friend Corp dot com is where people people can find the event and get tickets to the event. It's free coming up on Thursday, Kevin Nicholson thanks a ton. Thanks, Vicky. Talk to you soon, All right. We're going to take a break here on the Vicki McKenna show. I'll be right back. Got his part. That's because.
"polit bureau" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Two to is the telephone number 1 802 22 K ABC. Our next guest is a candidate for California State attorney General. The attorney general of California was Javier Becerra, who was a former congressman appointed by Jerry Brown to fill a vacancy when Kamala Harris was elected to the U. S. Senate. Then he got plucked by the Bidens to be secretary of health and human services. Although Randy if you asked Joe Biden, they nominated him for something else, and if they didn't nominate Javier Becerra, they nominated heavier bacteria. That's right. And so that created yet another vacancy, and warden Newsome used that vacancy to appoint Bay Area Assemblyman Rob Bonta to that post Rob Bonta. It's a pretty left wing guy. He is funded by George Soros and supports many of the district attorney's up and down the state of California that have been installed by George Soros. And he'll be running for reelection on that platform. We found it. Let's go ahead and listen. For secretary of health and education. However, I nominated Javi are bacteria. The classics never get old. Anyway, we have an attorney general who wants to let all the prisoners out of prison. He looks at victims of crimes as people who need to check their privilege. And of course, we'll do anything and everything he can to back up the likes of our district attorney in Los Angeles County, Little Ricky or up in San Francisco Chase of Boudin. And others. Joining us now to talk about all of this is candidate for California State Attorney General Eric Early, Eric. Welcome. Thanks for having me, John. You know, this seems like more of Coordinated effort instead of a one off thing where you have this slate of ideologically extreme candidates running for district attorney offices up and down the state. I'm sure sheriff's offices will be the next when they try to hit. And now they have a like minded fellow traveler in the California attorney General's office. How dangerous is it? For people like George Soros extremists like George Soros to be able to control those offices? Listen, This is incredibly dangerous for the people of California. Uh, these people like this Rob Bonta like this, Gavin Newsom like this. George Gascon. Like the one the D a up in San Francisco. They have created a criminal's paradise in California. Crime is spiking all over this state in the last two years, Uh, violent crimes and homicides have increased in the last two years more than they increase in the last 30 years. And, uh, you know, Bonta, the new attorney general, He's a wolf in sheep's clothing. He he acts like he's a nice guy, but he is another one that believes in what they call reimagining policing. And reimagining policing is code for emptying our prisons. It's code for de funding police. It's code for no cash bail. It's code for supporting every single one of these, uh, criminal friendly bills that are coming out of Sacramento. And there should be no surprise here any of us with common sense and thankfully, there's still a lot of us left in the state of California would common sense know that this will this will continue. If this continues, it will lead to an explosion in crime. We've got to stop it and we've got to stop it as soon as possible. The mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, has been nominated by President Biden allegedly to be ambassador to India. Eric Garcetti was one of the first big name boldface name local politicians to come out in favour of defunding the police. He cut the LAPD budget by what was it 3%. He's going to have to get approved by the Senate if he's going to become our ambassador to India. There is not a better way or a bigger stage to have the conversation of defunding the police. In my opinion than having that conversation during his Senate approval hearing, Republican senators and even Democrats who represent Red States or purple states should quiz him on that subject, and we should have the uncomfortable conversation of defunding the police. And see where everyone in the U. S. Senate stands on it and have him defend his position. You know, John, Those are great points. Uh, you know, Garcetti is a spineless weak, uh, mayor and he was the first one right out of the box when these savages were going crazy here in Los Angeles a year and a half ago or so. You know, Garcetti gets on his knees and he announces he going to defund police by $150 million and then the City council backed him up on it. And and they're the first ones at the box to do that. And then you know what happened is these far left dams. Garcetti's one of them started hearing that people don't want to defund police. So that's why you know the rob Vontaze of the world. Now call it reimagining policing. They don't say the word defund actually, but But Garcetti should absolutely be grilled on that subject. You know, I've said this from day one from from the from Day one. When we started hearing this de funding coming out all over the place, I said That is the last thing we should be doing. We should be doing everything possible to increase funding to police. And, you know, I'm a huge supporter of law enforcement, our chief legal officer and our chief law enforcement officer in this state. The attorney general position I'm running for has to stand with our brave men and women of law enforcement. They do tens of thousands of acts of bravery and kindness for every one of us. Every race, creed and color. Every day of the week in America, and all we hear about now, for some reason is that you know, tiny little minuscule percentage where something goes terribly wrong. We never hear about the good stuff. We've got to support law enforcement. We've got to strengthen our laws. We've got to prosecute and put these criminals away or this is just going to get Worse and worse, and job number one for attorney general is to protect the people of California. You know, part of the power that the unions have. Is they all stick together. If you have a strike at the grocery stores in the checkers or marching outside, a lot of the Teamsters who drive the trucks won't drive the trucks to those grocery stores, and that puts pressure on the owners of the grocery store. To give the grocery store workers whatever it is that they're asking for more of what they're asking for them. They intended to give them you look at public employees in the state. Many of them have the same philosophy. However, right now you have Public safety individuals, public safety professions under attack, Whether you're talking about police officers, deputy sheriffs, prison guards whatever. Is it time for the other unions who aren't in that umbrella to stand up for them the same way that unions typically stand up for one another because their cell under attack Listen, I think everybody's got to stick up for law enforcement in this day and age, especially And as I've been saying for a long time now, John, Uh, this is effectively a leaderless state. These people in Paris are states starting with the fellow. I called the empty suit or the candle. Gavin Newsom, you know, through the Polit bureau up there in Sacramento through the Garcetti's through the Vontaze through the shifts through the whole crowded them. They've got no guts. They won't come out and stand behind law enforcement have been under attack left right and center for over the last year. I mean, they've been under attack for a long time in the last year and a half has been completely out of control. And so it is time to stand up for our police. You know, they back us every day of the week. It's time for us to back them up until the extent other unions will do it. Absolutely. One of the duties of the attorney general in California, is to write the title and summary of initiatives you got enters will be voting on and we've been tricked time and time again. The attorney general tries to manipulate our voting behaviour by labelling things. They went past motherhood and apple pie and anything they don't like, gets a nasty title and summary. We saw it. Certainly Kamala Harris do that when she was attorney General, Javier Becerra was just as bad Rob Bonta. I can only imagine what we have in store for us. And you look at so much of the damaging initiatives damaging public policy that we've seen in California over the last several years. Prop 47 prop 57 What have you? A lot of it came from voters being tricked at the ballot box. If you're elected attorney general of California, will you play it straight with the title and summary Well, not only will I play it straight and I will play it straight. I want, you know, I respect the people of California. I'm not a politician never been a politician never been paid. A paycheck by the government are been a great law firm and nationally recognized law firm. We work on great important cases. Around the country. I've got a great family, You know, um, between my wife and I, My wife is a Navy brat grew up on Navy bases in a registered nurse. We've got four kids, three dogs and a cat. We love this country. We're fighting for this country. We We respect the people of California. These professional politicians..
"polit bureau" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And avoid and escape arrest. Windley is also charged with having a gun concealed in the car. A lawyer from Southern California has staked out turf on the right in a run for attorney general. These people up in Sacramento. I call it the Polit Bureau, one party rule, Eric early announced. Influence critical race theory. When I'm attorney general State of California out doing whatever. I can outlaw that the primary election is next June in Bourbon, Chris and Carl. Okay, If I knew, civil rights leaders have started sounding the defense of L. A County D a George Gascon. From recall Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable President Earl Ofari Hutchinson says Gascon is upset or has upset the establishment. Prosecutors generally want to do one thing. Prosecute, Prosecute, prosecute. Lock him up. Lock him up. Lock them up. Now you have a district attorney that says No, We want to take a different approach to that. So quite naturally, you're going to have the old guard that says no. Hutchinson says the recall effort is backed by right wing activists. The campaign needs to collect nearly 600,000 signatures by the end of October for the recall to qualify for the ballot, The White House has announced the creation of a task force to help supply chains in the U. S. Economic adviser Sameera use, Ali says the pandemic revealed significant vulnerabilities involving U. S reliance on global supply chains are approach to supply chain.
"polit bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The only since I have is a sense of relief that we're finally going to try to find the true origins of this virus and I think all the evidence points towards those labs in Wuhan and we find out that the origins of this virus and China really needs to pay. They haven't paid enough yet for unleashing this plague on the world. I don't think that China is going to reveal what happened in those labs anytime soon. I think they're going to continue to try to cover it up. If that's the case, I think it's reasonable for the American people to draw the conclusion that China's Covering up an accident. Those labs, I think that's a reasonable conclusion. And I think the senator for being willing to speak the truth about this Rush Limbaugh created the phrase Chai calms. For the Chinese Communist Party, and the Maha was super clear that we're going to need to hold the CCP to account for what they've done. They let the virus out knowing what it was. They had seen it. They had seen how it ravaged Wuhan, by the way. If any of you now seen the video that I have referenced two or three times of Beijing Ping walking through the streets of Wuhan, waving up at people in their homes. As though he is an elected leader, and he's out amongst the people. Showing that he's just one of them, and he's wearing a blue mask. Have you seen because it runs rather frequently, and I'm telling yourself a propaganda. Jinping is not elected. If you don't support him, you get shot. Even if you are on the chai Khon Polit bureau he has amassed More individual power in China. Than any leaders since mouth say tongue, not an exaggeration. So this guy walking through the streets of Wuhan, wearing a blue mask just as When they reopen the wet market. That's the only sign you need that the virus did not originate there had it They wouldn't reopen those Markets where they sell live animals for food. That's what a wet market is. They call it wet because they're still alive. And if There was still any risk. Do you think that the Leader for life, the supreme more power than any each icon leader ever since Mao would go walking through ground zero, would just the blue mask on his face. If that virus were still active, where he was, he'd be in full hazmat suit. He wouldn't even go now. He wouldn't even have done. He wouldn't have gone out in the streets away by semi So with Russia, making that point And the world now coming to the awareness That in all likelihood, this came out of a Chinese lab. How about this? Scott Gottlieb. He's a former head of the Food and Drug Administration said on Sunday that lab leaks happen all the time. While discussing the theory that Covid 19 may have emerged from a Chinese lab in the western city of Wuhan, Gottlieb told filling Have been out of labs, including the last known outbreak, which was a pretty extensive outbreak that China initially wouldn't disclose that he came out of lab. Maggie Haberman. Those facts are ascertainable for you as well and for the entire marking bird media that mocked the whole theory because you wanted to destroy Donald Trump. And you were more than willing to take 40% of small businesses with him and more than willing to see a radical increase in teen suicides, etcetera. I do hope you're proud. Taught Herman in on the E I. B network. This.
"polit bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The only since I have is a sense of relief that we're finally going to try to find the true origins of this virus and I think all the evidence points towards those labs in Wuhan and we find out that the origins of this virus and China really needs to pay. They haven't paid enough yet for unleashing this plague on the world. I don't think that China is going to reveal what happened in those labs anytime soon. I think they're going to continue to try to cover it up. If that's the case, I think it's reasonable for the American people to draw the conclusion that China's Covering up an accident. Those labs, I think that's a reasonable conclusion. And I thank the senator for being willing to speak the truth about this. Rush Limbaugh created the phrase Chai calms. For the Chinese Communist Party, and the Maha was super clear that we're going to need to hold the CCP to account for what they've done. They let the virus out knowing what it was. They had seen it. They had seen how it ravaged Wuhan, by the way. If any of you now seen the video that I have referenced two or three times of Beijing thing, walking through the streets of Wuhan, waving up at people in their homes. As though he is an elected leader, and he's out amongst the people. Showing that he's just one of them, and he's wearing a blue mask. Have you seen because it runs rather frequently, and I'm telling you are from a propaganda. Jinping is not elected. If you don't support him, you get shot. Even if you are on the Chai Khon Polit bureau, he has amassed more individual power in China. Than any leaders since mouth say tongue, not an exaggeration. So this guy walking through the streets of Wuhan, wearing a blue mask just as When they reopen the wet market. That's the only sign you need that the virus did not originate there had it They wouldn't reopen those Markets where they sell live animals for food. That's what a wet market is. They call it wet because they're still alive. And if There was still any risk. Do you think that the Leader for life, the supreme more power than any Chikane leader ever since Mao would go walking through ground zero with just the blue mask on his face. If that virus were still active, where he was, he'd be in full hazmat suit. He wouldn't even gone out. He wouldn't have even had done. He wouldn't have gone out in the streets away by semi So with Russia, making that point And the world now coming to the awareness That in all likelihood, this came out of a Chinese lab. How about this? Scott Gottlieb. He's a former head of the Food and Drug Administration said on Sunday that lab leaks happen all the time. While discussing the theory that Covid 19 may have emerged from a Chinese lab in the western city of Wuhan, Gottlieb told fill in host John Dickerson on CBS Face the Nation. The following these kinds of lab leaks happen all the time. Actually, even here in the United States, we've had mishaps and in China, the last six known outbreaks of SARS one Have been out of labs, including the last known outbreak, which was a pretty extensive outbreak that China initially wouldn't disclose that it came out of lab. Maggie Haberman. Those facts are ascertainable for you as well and for the entire marking bird media that mocked the whole theory because you wanted to destroy Donald Trump. And you were more than willing to take 40% of small businesses with him and more than willing to see a radical increase in teen suicides, etcetera. I do hope you're proud. Todd Herman in on the E.
"polit bureau" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"She was climbing through a broken window into the capital, and that's a crime and we regret the loss of life completely of the police officer without qualification, who was murdered. That's right. And now that's You know, so that's a bad thing and I thought that there should been prosecutions much more than there were in the riots in the summer, which, in fact, we're joined by public officials. The protests and the riots were going on, sometimes at the same time. And I thought that was shameful. Well, I think this is shameful to and but I I You know, I mean the explicit words that, Trump said Was nonviolently peaceably when he Encouraged the crowd to go down toward the capital. And of course they have a right to do that. And they did you know if they hadn't crossed the police barrier. If Sam had not cost of police period, the rest of them would not have been guilty of any crime. So let me to conclude this if you were a member of the Senate, and they call you up and say, doctor on what should I do? My advice has been do not attend the proceedings but do attend the vote. And vote against conviction. But make clear that you believe these proceedings are unconstitutional. What would your advice be? Yeah, very much that and see. Let me let me just mention that is memory serves and I haven't looked it up yet. In his first press conference after he was elected president. You know, Trump's people, you know where the Republicans, the Democrats, both have their vices. Trans people wanted to prosecute Hillary and his first press conference. He said. No, no, we're not going to do that. No, and that's that's the right attitude right? Because if the consequences of politics If politics are criminalized. Then you're on your way to the politics of the of the Polit Bureau, which by the way, After they shot Maria arrested him in a cabinet meeting and took him outside and shot him. Then they made a resolution. They wouldn't do that anymore. And they didn't because they thought, Wow, This is bad for all of us. So the best thing to do would be to bind up the wounds of the nation and and, you know, since I don't think Donald Trump committed the crime, although I think he made a misjudgement And, you know, an important misjudgment. Um Uh, then, then? Yeah, I wouldn't do this. And, uh, On, you know, say, if it's this it is that.
"polit bureau" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"App hits top of stores after reaching one point three. How many was that now. You may the exact total navigate. I wanna make sure i know. There's one point three. Mary and download in one day all but we can't change our form and system of government and we can't leave the one we're currently because not enough people. We'll do it. There's one point three million right. They're voting with their feet as ronald reagan would say maybe folks have to be instructed and told you gotta have to be careful with this because you don't wanna establish one soviet police bureau for another which is why i say this happens. Community by community and county by county works out at the main for us. The main thing that happens is i'm out. I don't obey you. You're not my president. This is a union that i am no longer and longer desire to be an i'm out self-government is coming. We will find people to make common cause with and if we have to redraw brownies. That's the history of the world. We act as though we'd be the first people in history that have redrawn boundary not true private messaging applications signal. Now i know if this continues apple and google play are going to start feeling pressure from demonic possessed an obsessed lib tards to cancel the app. They're planning violence. I got a hold of a signal will. Have you know how to use signal. Set your exp- set your you look look. I've used a signal for two years. Now you set expirations on messages and you can custom. Set it for anyone that you want. If i'm having a conversation with iran and i do have one with. Iran is right aron. Iran iran and i are buddies on the signal lab. If i want to set my conversation with a iran so that it expires it will self delete and let's play mission impossible. Should you choose to accept as missing iran. Just message will self destruct and six and sixty seconds you can set it so that it deletes itself. It's not there. It's not on their servers. Can't get it. You can't screen shot it. You can't go in a way back machine pretty ingenious. You could send it to six hours. If you want to set at the six days you could set it to never. Maybe you trust someone who really want the message to expire the number downloads. And this is why. Now it'll be far more difficult for these crayton's to prove dare proud there are a Mystique ruler dear leader. Chairman mao biden by the by this nonsense about this stupid military coup or whatever it is that this military force that's going to invade The capital and Try and What i don't know what it is that their religion we're gonna take biden. Now they're gonna take hairs out one of the wherever it is that they allege this is just trying to foment fear so that draconian drastic polit bureau type measures can be taken put into place and negative things like well. We find anyone anyone in the dc area even if you have a license or an excuse to carry firearms. We're going to take them away from because we got There is this There is this threat in other words..
China's Xi vows unceasing fight against Tibet separatism
"China's president has called for what's described as an impregnable fortress to stop separatism in Tibet Xi Jinping, speech, set out the country's policy direction intended to protect national unity, maintain stability, and educate the masses. Well, Isabel Hilton is the editor of China dialogue and has written extensively about Beijing's relationship with Tibet. Hello? Isabelle. Doing. Very. Well, thank you. Tell us what is this impregnable fortress. Well this is come out of the Communist Party Central Symposium on Tibet work, which is the you know the high level. It's the meeting that gathers together everyone who has anything to do with Tabet from security to economics to environment, and of course, the polit bureau is in attendance at the last one was five years ago. So it is quite important to understand the direction that things taking and I have to say it's not a particularly encouraging direction the the emphasis on a border security was not extensively publicized in China but I think that that is undoubtedly related to the continuing tensions with India, and we've seen a number of clashes along that border. But the other. Really important aspect of this statement is is really about hearts and minds, which has been a massive failure in terms of of Chinese occupation of Tibet and the the stress on patriotic education on the fact that monasteries must you know put put the party first and so on. All isses familiar but it's becoming more intense in terms of of of you know government propaganda and just simply failed over the years. So how does it intend to impose or bill this impregnable fortress to maintain not just stability but? Engage in those hearts and minds which which they find so important and what I think probably I'm sorry to say more repression it's. There is a relationship between what happens in Tibetan what happens in Xinjiang, which has lately had some more attention and but the body secretary who? Had A kinda panel up to consecutie system in Tibet then moved to Xinjiang to continue his work. So the security approach is very much the same and it is extremely tight security on on an absolute day to day level. So you know police boxes every few hundred yards kind of panopticon effect on on watching society for any kind of behavior that might be considered deviant. So that's one aspect of it and and the other oil done in the name of national security. and. Then the other aspect is the intense education and signification of Tibet. So it's been some years now since two Beden as a medium of instructions in schools was damaged and and you know there's heavy language pressure heavy cultural pressure on on Tibetans who are encouraged not to have a photographs of the delay in their homes but to her photographs of Xi. Jinping, instead to the the, it's really an an example of enhanced integration. Hitherto has been a policy in the People's Republic at least in name over SPEC for national minorities as they would call them. So Cultural Rights, language rights, and the idea that they could be in some sense autonomous and self governing. Now, that was never entirely implemented but at least it was official policy and that is now being abandoned really in favor of kind of. Han Chinese dominance in every aspect including culture and language, and how is that likely to be received in Tibet? Well. The evidence is that the more pressure the culture comes under in a way, the more people attached to it. So you know the most famous case was in nineteen eighty when when the reports from to bed to the center. Essentially said everyone's forgotten by the Dalai. Lama. They loved the Communist Party. It's all going swimmingly and it emboldened the central government to allow or to think about a visit from the delara sue the Dalai Lama sent. A representative. Group to inspect Tibet to see what conditions would like and as soon as rumors of these people's presence spread across to bet you thousands and thousands of people went to pay homage and his push notes into the hands and to weep and to go for the Dalai Lama. So you know the Chinese never been very good at reading. Tibetan sentiment and every time they criticized the Dalai Lama officially it sort of gives comfort to the Tibetans that. The Dalai Lama still matters and he still bad. So it's it's you know it's not a particularly helpful policy and the more that they cracked down on Tibet. The more Tibetan people feel more. They feel the difference and in a moment ago, you mentioned the fact that Tibet is stuck as well in terms of the relationship, the the very techy relationship that's being played out between India at the moment two degrees either side twenty used to bet. Well I think that this. That that's always I. Guess a problem you know the wasn't a border between India and China until the Chinese occupation of Tibet. So so now we have to Asian supervise and this border which is constantly disputed, which is unresolved and across which flow or manner of things including of course, people you know the flow of refugees to India from Tibet. has been a feature of the years the very large settlements of Tibetan refugees in India, which has given them pretty generous hospitality, the presence of the Dalai Lama in India. Then on the Indian side, you know there is anxiety about water supply because wall of. India's pretty much all of India's water supply comes from the Tibet Plateau, and there is constant fear in Indian security services that that the Chinese can somehow turn the top of which is unlikely but nevertheless it makes them deeply anxious. So there are any number of issues that that would need to be resolved in NFL comprehensive settlement. But at the moment you have to highly nationalistic governments each which is you postures vigorously over Tibet and I think that a settlement is not terribly likely Isabel. Indeed as ever for joining us on monocle twenty four, that was China dialogues is.
Leon Trotsky assassination attempt - May 24, 1940
"APP on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. This Day in history class is a production of iheartradio. Hey y'all I'm eaves and welcome to this day in History Class. A podcast for people who could never know enough about history today is may twenty fourth twenty twenty. The Day was may twenty fourth nineteen forty Mexican artists. W fosse GAYDOS and Stalinist agent. Gula Vich along with a crew of hitmen attempted to donate Leon Trotsky Trotsky was a Soviet revolutionary and Marxist threats who was a leading figure in the Bolshevik movement under Vladimir Lenin after Lennon died in nineteen twenty four and Joseph. Stalin rose to power in the Communist Party in Soviet Union Chomsky emerged. As one of Stalin's main critics and opponents Trotsky was against the increasingly bureaucratic Soviet state and called for more democracy in the Communist Party. He thought that the Stalinist policy of socialism and one country would hinder efforts for World Revolution in Nineteen Twenty Five. Trotsky was removed from his post in the war commissariat. The next year he was dropped from the Polit Bureau and in nineteen twenty seven he and his supporters were expelled from the Communist Party. In January of Nineteen Twenty eight Trotsky was exiled to a tie and Soviet Central Asia. He lived there for a year before he his wife and their son were expelled from the Soviet Union and sent to Turkey but he continued to write and criticize Stalin as well as people who had opposed Stalin but has settled for the regime. Trotsky settled on the Turkey island of principle where he stayed for four years. He completed his autobiography and his three volume history of the Russian revolution some of his supporters volunteer to serve as his bodyguards but in nineteen three Chomsky and his family were offered asylum in France soon enough. He was no longer welcome in France either and he moved to Norway then Mexico where he had been granted asylum skis settled in Koya con area of Mexico City at the Blue House the home of painter Diego Rivera and free to Carlo and he continued to write completing the revolution betrayed in one thousand nine hundred eighty six but in a series of trials in the late. Nineteen thirties many so-called old bolsheviks were found guilty of treason and imprisoned or executed many of the defendants confessed to having plotted with Trotsky to kill Stalin and other Soviet leaders Trotsky was found guilty of treason in absentia and sentenced to death on May twenty fourth. Nineteen forty Stalinist agent. Iosif Grigorovich
China's Xi calls for action on economy
"All right up Bremer gonna pick it up now taking a look at some of the day's big news China's top leaders to signal a greater focus on reviving an economy pummeled by the corona virus Chinese president xi Jinping said after polit bureau meeting fiscal policy will be more proactive construction projects in fact will be accelerated deputy governor Lee Kwok Cheong said in a separate statement the PPO see will free up part of their services and commercial lenders to at least long term funding to the economy he says will also consider adjusting the benchmark deposit rate at an appropriate time the epidemic is weighing on an economy that was already growing at its slowest in three decades ratings company S. and P. global warns that a prolonged public health crisis could cause the bad loans ratios in China's banking system to more than