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"polit bureau" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
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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 KFI AM 640
"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 his candidacy for a G by outlining an agenda catering the Conservatives in California. We got some rogue Dia's district attorneys in this state right now early, says he would bring them in line. He also tapped into social issue. That he says he would have power to influence critical race theory. When I'm attorney general State of California do whatever I can outlaw that The primary election is next June in Bourbon, Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew President Biden has ended his negotiations with Republican leaders, lawmakers rather over his nearly $2 trillion infrastructure plan. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the leaders could not reach an agreement on the size and structure of the plan. The president has come down by about a trillion dollars. That's quite a bit Jackie says Biden will continue to work with lawmakers from both parties to try to come up with a compromise. Over the next couple weeks, A study at the Cleveland Clinic has found. The people who have had covid 19 get no additional benefit from being vaccinated. More than 52,000 employees were part of the study, It found vaccination significantly reduce the risk of infection of people who have not had covid. Researchers say there was no significant difference between people who have been infected and are not vaccinated. People infected who are vaccinated and people who have not had covid but are vaccinated. The study says. Vaccine should go to the most vulnerable populations and health officials have come up with a bribe to get people vaccinated. That bribe comes in the form of a joint as in marijuana dispensaries in Washington state can now offer some weed to people who stop by for a covid 19 vaccine..
"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 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 KTOK
"Of course, we didn't have access to people like a major general Olek Logan, who was the youngest Serving KGB officer who I was the first KGB officer to come out and say the KGB was nothing but a protector of the oligarchy. The nomen Kate, your pleasure, the Polit Bureau. And That it was corrupt and you know The communism was dead. Hey, fled to the United States. He was brought over here by a friend of mine. He's a US citizen. He's written several books. He's consulted with the CIA eyes on the board of directors of the International Spy Museum. Hey, helped us with this a great deal, along with other People and open source intelligence that you know, we could confirm without having to use a classified intelligence. So about what year was this? Um, this was About 98 99 1999. Okay, We will pick it up there. I'm talking to Anthony Kim Marie. You know Tony Camry, he is appear every week. On homeland security off the record. We're talking about his understanding of Vladimir Putin from his years in counterintelligence. You're listening to 1000 Katie. Okay, We're going to get update from Fox News and then we will continue. With insights into Vladimir Putin. Fox News, AnAnd Carrick. Expected heat in high winds could lead to preventative power outages in California. Brutal hate wreaking havoc on California trails in the Santa Monica Mountains and Malibu are now closed through Labor Day after hikers a parent he related death, firefighters are working 22 major wildfires in this state right now, more than 200 people were airlifted to safety after being trapped by a wildfire that sweat through a camping area at a reservoir in the Sierra National Forest. Jumped a river and burn near the on ly Rome into the mammoth pull campground. It's forced evacuations and threat and at least 2000 structure. Fox's Christina Coleman, top seeded tennis player Novak Djokovic is out of the U. S open removed in his fourth round match after accidentally hitting a line judge with a tennis ball, ending his unbeaten streak for the year. America's listening.
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
"polit bureau" Discussed on Vicki McKenna
"All they wanna do is make choices for themselves. They'll say hey I'm not going to wear a mask. You wear a mask. You do your thing you. Do you all do me, and that's not okay any longer. Longer. That was okay five years ago. That's not okay any longer. That might have been okay six months ago. Actually, but that's not oh Kanye longer. We have now collectivized people's individual choices, so the folks will justify the actions against those two women saying well, they could have killed people for Heaven Sake. They could overwhelm our healthcare system. We can't let people make choices for themselves. People could die, and that's good enough to sacrifice. What is the the entire idea of what America is? It's stunning. I didn't think that we would give up without a single shot fired, but there are plenty. Plenty of people who are willing to give up. I'm pleased to see now that maybe some Republicans are not willing to give up any longer, but an awful lot of them just sat on their hands while our country and our freedoms were being decimated well and the other thing. I would point out who are all the people who are lecturing those who want to go to work. They are in every instance people who have so much money that they can wait out years before they're gonNa, feel it all these Hollywood rubes who are looking down their nose at the high All, these governors who are completely insulated have absolute healthcare. Who are the ones that are lecturing us? They're the ones who will not feel the bite, and this is what the Americans after realize. If you think that these rules and sheep clothing care about you, they're fleecing you. You'RE NOT GONNA. Get their money right Nancy. Pelosi has to subzero freezers for her ice cream right, but you're a racist bigot. A homophobe you're you're at Crete and if you want to go to work and make your own money, that's this is what they don't see. Right Socialist like to pretend that. Government by the people when in reality, it's a government by oligarchy right? There's a very small, very rich, very elite group of Polit Bureau and an all the rest of us have been leveled in distinction. Absolutely true and I call them Hashtag smart people on twitter there. They all have dense university degrees. Universities that have taught them to to not think. By the way this is just an aside i. if anybody ever read classic literature that you teach everyone would already understand this stuff. It wouldn't have to catch up on it and I think that's one of the reasons why you keep all of that stuff out of the classroom. You keep all of those authors. All of those ideas so that nobody can say. Wow, this isn't new. This is an old idea, but you're exactly right. You've got all of these elites who are who are wealthy and who are telling you. You're the bad guy because you would like maybe an. To to get a slice of that dream that has been handed to them and go back to what you just said. You're right, you know how many great struggles Western civilization has had. How many depressions how many wars? How many bubonic plague for God's sake? How many just devastating situations like this and we've got great authors and historians, philosophers have written about it, and not one of them is taught in schools anymore. We don't expose people to we don't. We have willfully ignored our heritage? The heritage that led us knew we could have faith. The heritage that let us knew that this would pass to the heritage, so let let it let us know that we work through this. This all that's gone now and some would it gets me is everything you said, and how relatively mild a problem this is really when you think about it and isn't it interesting that the to places that were the most devastated? We're blue, deep blue states with deep blue governors, deep blue mayors in New York and a New Jersey, and how was Cuomo? Who has who has presided over more deaths than almost every other state combined? He's treated as a hero for doing nothing. In fact, he actually put relatively healthy people inside nursing homes to catch it and die. That's what he did. He's a hero. According to the to the to the liberal progressives, meanwhile trump. WHO's WHO's? You can criticize them all you want, but he's done about as much as you can do. He's the villain and you can see the narrative. This is one hundred percent classical socialism. Right you this or William Doublespeak what's good and bad for me is actually bad and your meat. You have a media that is utterly and completely in the tank for progressives I mean trump's doctor prescribed chloride, Hydrochloric Queen, right and trump took it, and yet listen to. To the way they're talking about that today. Right all these people who don't have medical degrees telling him that this is a sham fraud. He's only doing that because he's invested in the country. Doctor prescribed it for God's sake, and that shows you just how unhinged we've become. Oh, since you brought up hydroxy chloroquine and president trump being on the prophylactic protocol for that which has been shown to work in the viral replication stages of this disease. That when you take a look at the available treatment protocols that could make this. It is already a manageable disease right, but it could make it a disease that people themselves felt could be manageable. Were they to come in? That, he get sick from it. A lot of people have no idea that there are two significant treatment protocols one for the viral replication station one for the inflammation stage that have shown remarkable results because the media doesn't want you to know about this and I almost wonder Duke and I'd love to get your take on this I. Don't want to get to conspiratorial here, but it's almost as if. They don't want people to feel better about choosing freedom and rejecting the collective of their choices. Before we went on the air I, said something to you that I'm going to repeat here every socialist progressive. I've ever known every atheist materialist social progress in that means almost all university folk all of them. They don't worship God. They have rejected out of hand yet. They think they are got, and you think about what happened here I was. We have to protect people until the curves flattened done. Then it was we have to. Protect, people quarantine them until a vaccine is found nope. Not until one of the mayor and governor said not until nobody gets sick again. Only God has the power if God exists only he has the power to make sure you never get sick again and yet it shows you the Hubris of progressives right? We can do anything by destroying the economy. We can make sure nobody ever gets sick. Nobody ever sniffles again in the history of the world and yet to do that. You have to sacrifice Oliver Liberty all of our freedom, all of our wealth, and all of our kids, futures and to Liberals Progressives. That's worth paying if your the if you're a Nancy Pelosi and you've got the heroes bill passed right, you save people. People from dying, and then, of course, people always figure out you're still going to die. There's still going to be more diseases right, but now all your freedom, your wealth, your money, your kids future. It's forego APP completely compromise. Yeah, but on the promise that government is going to make sure you don't get sick again, so you have progressives deigning themselves at the same level of God and as their their proxies in government at the same exact level, right? That's what I mean you again. This isn't new everything new. You can find in classic literature and Classic History Do Pesci out of time in this segment. Thank you very very much for coming on the program today. All right you as well that was duke passed a professor of international richer at the University of Wisconsin. oshkosh. Thank God! He has tenure. We will be right back. Jumping off from where Duke Peste and die left off there in that last segment. There is.
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
"polit bureau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"More than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts say more than one hundred twenty countries about rule is this is. Davis on the markets, and you're looking at China. Yeah. We're on the lunch break, but as you can see it's a sizable move now. And the move lower ends at a lunch break was forced quite substantial a few things, I wanna know at I'll talk about the property stocks. Just a moment component of that. But essentially last week one of the top stories was he had these comments out of the polit bureau. I expressed cautious optimism if you will over the economy. In other words, the economy might have improved a little bit. I know that's usually a good thing. But then again when you look at how markets have quickly run up might have sparked some concerns of over maybe tightening of policy at some point earlier than what markets are actually expecting at this point in time. So these are pointing down you guys talked about the crude oil story, of course, that's pushing up that might have. Well, this cell say across EMF's might have to do with inflation expectations. And as you can see inflation sensitive countries, like the Philippines and India, which are just showed you their currencies are seeing the most downside at this point. In time. Here's your property index. Stock I mentioned on China three day look was down as much as three point seven percent at one point one three point seven over three days again on those comments out of the polit bureau at that story that the might not be too comfortable in terms of letting the property market and three and home prices move up very quickly limited than this here. Yussef Sri Lanka. Of course. A very big story tragic events there the market we actually we are seeing the equity market is closed a little bit of weakness in the currency. But the bond markets asked you can see substantially lower. Here's here's one of the ten year bonds here, expiring mature twenty Twenty-nine that's playing out there. We were speaking earlier, the central Bank governor, he's not cured over outflows manageable. But the tourism sector might might become a little bit of a problem at some point. Thank you very much for that. Let's talk about SAP global ratings. They started a twelve month countdown for them on steady. It's public finances and stopped loading up on external debt or risk. An even deeper into junk economy has been struggling since in price collapse in twenty fourteen forcing the government to join other Gulf countries and tapping international debt markets plight budget shortfalls bringing society, president of MSA Sadie in the socio sort. You've warned that Amman needs to start tightening its belt, and now it's beginning to run into issues with the ratings agencies, but the political relationship between Oman and the Gulf is very different than the political terrain. And and the rest of true how forthcoming bailout we'd be is that something that you think is likely to come through without some conditions attached. I don't think is on the cards, nor nor do I think it's necessary in the next twelve months. We had the build up of part of that is due to lack of a judgment and lower oil and gas prices faced by Oman. They delayed introducing that it's still being discussed, and it could also be introduced, but there's a lot of pressure because of high unemployment also be high inflation in all. And whether or not they will open up to receiving aid is a different story. I don't think that's on the cards for the moment. We're having a conversation with the team in the morning and look at some of the bond yields for government, paper it Oman. And Bahrain reveals something that doesn't necessarily make sense. So let's take a look at that TV go for our clients. Forty additional perspective SMP rates spot rain to levels lower than Oman. At b plus but still by Haredi yields are lower than than they're all money counterparts higher level of debt. Of debt to GDP fourteen percent thereabouts. If they don't adjust then we're looking at about fifty eight percent budget deficits.
"polit bureau" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Factions of your party embracing socialism? I think the Democratic Party is a big things I've always loved about the Democratic Party is they're all kinds of ideas. You know, I look at my experiences, and where I've tried to make a difference and really is getting people together getting them to lay down their weapons and then getting stuff done and the locals, I think most Democrats don't care as much about the labels. This is a semi you concern that the parties, you know, embracing socialism. Label this and it just long as we get things done. There's a lot we could get done if we had a dictatorship governor, you are you cool with that. Because as long as we're getting things done. It's what do you call? It. Doesn't matter. So hearing that Joe Scarborough sitting there any sort of furrows his brow little bit. He's a little bit confused as normally is. I mean, the guy married Mieko. So you've got to understand that he's horribly confused on a daily basis. And a question as the hamster and his head runs in that wheel just a little bit faster. He gets a very a more basic question to ask governor Hickenlooper. This is equivalent what you're about to hear of setting the ball on a t. And then the guy hitting the plate with the bat. Not even the the the tea itself not the ball not to t the empire upside the head. Would you call yourself? What do you call yourself? A proud capitalist. Oh, I don't know. I, you know, again, the labels. I'm not sure Eddie van fit. But I do believe that you know, that ability to look at climate change, I figured out. How are we really going to create a sense of urgency and get people together we met the methods one the worst climate pollutants that there is. With the first and so far, the only state to really address it aggressively. He's asked are you a capitalist, and he parlays that into talking about cow farts? Really? I think it's really to the point in the democratic primary that you cannot call your that he's afraid to call himself a capitalist a capitalist, by the way, governor Hickenlooper came from modest middle class means and now he's worth somewhere in the neighborhood of five million dollars because of businesses that he started you should say, I I've done pretty damn well under capitalism and nowhere else in the world, unless you're a member of the polit bureau or the government structured, someway, you are never going to get ahead like you can in this country. So yes, I am a capitalist. He could even make Danny go on to make liberal arguments. But we got into this that and the other thing, but he can't admit that he's a capitalist. So that poor hamster in the vacuous space that occupies the area behind. Joe Scarborough's is ran a little bit faster and Joe to his credit looped back and said. You know, you hit the unpire upside the head with a baseball bat, I'm going to put the ball back on the T and give you another bite at this. Apple, right. Let me ask you this. I'll I'll break it down even more. Do you consider yourself a capitalist?.
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"Happened to report it without fear or favor in context and perspective? And to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were endless hours to make sure that we deliver it to you is fact, it's a fact Shepard Smith on Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. Washington is working on a plan to stop suicide by veterans, preventing suicides. Among US veterans is now a top priority of the Trump administration, the White House, creating a new cabinet level force, President Trump signing an executive order Tuesday afternoon to every veteran, I want you to know that you have an entire nation of more than three hundred million people behind you. The task force will be run by veterans affairs Secretary, Robert Wilkie and include the secretary of defense, health and human services and homeland security. This follows last year's order, providing more counseling and mental health care for recently separated servicemembers, an estimated twenty veterans commit suicide each day seventy percent of which had no contact with a federal veteran system. Kevin battled. Fox news. Hawaii says if you're qualified to receive medical marijuana in another state you can now register to get it there. The state announced Tuesday is allowing visitors visitors to register and bypass from dispensaries in the state. Well, it appears the US and China. Be nearing a trade deal. White House chief economic adviser. Larry cudlow tells Fox News the US is working on a layered enforcement process for the deal. China doesn't live up to its agreement. We have the right now to keep tariffs, but to raise tariffs, and they will not retaliate. Now. That's breakthrough stuff. We'll see if president Xi and the polit bureau agrees to that. But right now, we are optimistic and this is probably closer than we've ever been before. Cutler speaking on FOX special report with Bret Baier, President Trump and Chinese president. She expected to meet later this month, you stocks inching lower as investors wait on confirmation about those U S, China trade talks stocks closed the day with modest losses a day after the major indexes posted their worst drop nearly a month. And that was as investors are concerned about the global growth and Dow fell thirteen points yesterday, the Dow stacks little one Carmen Roberts says this Fox News. Vicky. How you doing? How's the knee? It's coming along doctor, but still some soreness, let's see this soon after surgery some pain is pretty normal. I was hoping to get more painkillers. The first round worked. Great. We're being very careful with those now prescription painkillers are opioids same as heroin. It's easy to start taking them not so easy to stop last year in America. An average of forty people died from opioid abuse every day long term addiction has become America's newest health epidemic. So no pills. Vicky you're doing great..
"polit bureau" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Invoice honesty. And this new information is the reason that he's coming back next Wednesday. That's the development of the new information because each hearing leads to the next hearing, it's the process, it's Soviet style. It's polit bureau stuff these days, people are not on our side. They're not on our team. These are not the people that. These are not the droids your looking for absolutely astonishing us, Donna Shing stuff. Now with that said we have a new entrance into the democratic political field the presidential field. And it is the liberal left. E democrat Guvener of the state of Washington, which is home to Seattle and lots of anti fa people and a lot of crazy people dialect far left people like Jay Inslee and Jay Inslee announced that he's running for president. And he believes that his central Michigan. He's he's on a mission from dog that we're back to Senator Sam again, they're getting dog whistles messages from dogs all over the place because dog is their co-pilot as we know. And and Jay Inslee believes that if you elect him president that he will alter the climate of the planet earth for the better, you will be more comfortable beaches will be nice. Nicer Minnesota will still be Arctic in the wintertime. Minnesota would like a little relief from all that. But Jay Inslee announced that he's joining the twenty twenty presidential race. And he says that his lead claim his lead. Promise is that he's going to fix the climate. I wish I were making this up. But I'm not you have to be some kind of an apocalyptic death cult to believe that elected officials are going to change the climate of the planet earth. But there are tens of millions of American voters that believed that Jay Inslee..
"polit bureau" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Honesty. Straightness winter. This new information is the reason that he's coming back next Wednesday. That's the development of the new information because each hearing leads to the next hearing. It's the process it's Soviet salads polit bureau stuff, these days, people are not on our side. They're not on our team. These are not the people that. These are not the droids your looking for absolutely astonishing astonishing stuff now with that said we have a new entrance into the democratic political field the presidential field. And it is the liberal left. E democrat Guvener of the state of Washington, which is home to Seattle and lots of antiques people, and and a lot of crazy people dialect far left people like Jay Inslee and Jay Inslee announced that he's running for president. And he believes that his central Michigan. He's he's on a mission from dog. I would say that we're back to Senator Sam again, they're getting dog whistles and messages from dogs all over the place because dog is their co-pilot as we know. And and Jay Inslee believes that if you elect him president that he will alter the climate of the planet earth for the better, you will be more comfortable beaches will. Be nicer Minnesota will still be Arctic in the wintertime. Minnesota would like a little relief from all that. But Jay Inslee announced that he's joining the twenty twenty presidential race. And he says that his lead claim his lead. Promise is that he's going to fix the climate. I wish I were making this up. But I'm not you have to be some kind of an apocalyptic death cult to believe that elected officials are going to change the climate of the planet earth. But there are tens of millions of American voters that believes that Jay Inslee..
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"Christopher cruise. Zanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters, the Munich security conference is taking place this weekend in Germany, vice President Mike Pence is there along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel Chinese polit bureau member Yang and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov Pence is urging NATO countries to stop buying arms from adversaries, and he has demanded that the EU withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal lev RAV is seeking talks on arms, control and extending an arms accord. Germany's Angela Merkel took President Donald Trump to task at the conference. She called his administration's suggestion that European autos are threat to US national security. I shock. Nestle is putting its ailing Herta lunch meat business up for sale in a bid to build a healthier food giant the story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. The move comes as CEO Mark Schneider is trying to spur sales growth at the world's largest food company through acquisitions and divestments the company plans to push further into plant based alternatives for protein as it considers selling hurt her business with sales of six hundred eighty million francs the field is quickly expanding his denote adds more almond base milks and Unilever bought the vegetarian butcher. A Dutch maker of meat substitutes. Nestle has been developing the incredible burger, which is made out of soy and wheat protein, the Ohio congressman behind a Bill that would allow the US to sue OPEC. For manipulating oil prices expects, President Donald Trump to back the effort once it clears Congress Republican Steve Shabat says the administration is waiting to determine whether the Bill can actually get through both houses of congress before any money is spent on it. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is the business of sports from Bloomberg radio with Scott Sasha neck, Michael Barr. Evan Novi William. Thank you very much for joining us on the Bloomberg business of sports, and let's continue our conversation with our guests defense president of NASCAR you.
"polit bureau" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"Guess what? Bam. This is. This is where we lived while according promised land explore the log check out the rooms click on various items share in our special moments while recording this record. The highs the lows the creation in the fun remain through the frustration darkness. Finish might also go out for a fresh ocean air. Geoff Tate on a CD ROM game. I had no idea that he wasn't swim injuries. He was actually he's like on new last you the. No else wasn't screaming trees. I'm all ears nose. Oh my God. Wow. A lot of good feedback from that people are knowing that so far. No one's mad about Nelson Mandela, which is kind of interesting if we do anything we can offer in the sense of humor again like people will feel stop this feeling. Nothing's worse than feeling bad about laughing about something. I think there's. I forget I read it somewhere this week. And I think it made a lot of sense was somebody ever tells you you're over thinking something for some reason. No one ever tells me when they're over feeling something in the minute. I read I was like oh fuck that is exactly in term. We need your way over feeling or way. Oh my God. I could've said that last night. I was Sonny time with somebody. And they were way over feeling things. And I was like I was like what do I say? Like, I don't see any walls close again. Did you put on your shoes? Russia me like sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Did. We'll fuck. I kind of know it was it was just it wasn't anything. It wasn't necessarily nothing. Terrible. It was just like all right? Well, it was fun. But it was way over is like the the way to the world almost like it's cool to worry way too much about stuff. And I don't get it. I'm people that because if you worry way too much about stuff, then it's implied that you're very smart. You know, what I might like like it's something that a smart person would do to worry about things way too much. But it's it's exactly the opposite. You come up dumb shit. When you do that. Dear no, who in their manifesto said we hit capitalism and all forms. Mr big. Andrew you can't do that to me. I almost spit my monster energy zero ultra. I just gave you another six minutes of life that you would have lost by ingesting. Now bet. Well, if anything is that let me get this out of the way soon of them later begin kill said that. That's so their shows are free. I would imagine right shows are free. Okay. Actually know the the stub is selling their tickets that quadruple the face value. It's interesting. But there must be some sort of breakdown that shows exactly like an accounting of where all the money goes. Right. Of course, they must be there must be so mad that they their management is contacted stop having the reimbursing everybody, and they're doing all will call shows like it's like old school where you have to just show up, and and hope that you get in line fast enough. Yeah. That makes but But also. also, wouldn't wouldn't it stand to reason that you'd have to question the ideology of everyone coming in like sit down and have like like an interview the polit bureau about what they believe and how how they spend their time in their labor, both physical and emotional wouldn't that make sense at that point? Then I think that they'll have enough time between playing the four good songs. They have then between these song, you could have maybe a microphone in the audience with a line of people wanting to have a point counterpoint that sounds fun. It's kind of like a more than music fest. Remember that people have acumen a during the set. Now, the tickets sold on one second, and then they and promptly went for lowest price three seventy nine zero.
"polit bureau" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"But not everything is quite as brilliant. As it might seem particularly given the big change that took place in two thousand twelve when seizing came to power. So I mean, one of the things that we might talk about a little bit. This is exactly what difference he's made to to that country. So. Big country. It's very strong country in many ways, but also quite brittle. Which is what we the jeopardy. There's been quite a a the transformation, of course, that has occurred in China. And then just about about a generation, I suppose you went from a pure communist ideologue in mouse, say turn to this modern China, and I'm not sure how you describe it economically. It's a hybrid, I suppose, I've I've long said that you could power Beijing off of mount say to spinning in his grave over the millionaires driving around Shanghai or their Ferraris. But it nonetheless portions of the economy are still run by the communist party, I gather that there are even parts of the economy that that are ostensibly companies but owned by the People's Liberation Army. It'd be like if if Sears was owned by the hundred and first airborne division or something. So I must confess that this this China economy is a little mystifying to me. It is mystifying. And I think to to really understand it. You know, you have to go back to the time when when often mouth died, actually, the although there was a sort of a couple of leaders in between for very short periods. The the next real, and I'm profoundly to that China had was thanks how pink came to power and about nineteen seventy eight and he's widely credited with having told the communist party conference one year that you know, he didn't care. It was a black cat or a yellow cat so long as it was a calico mice, and this was widely seen as his kind of green light really that China would henceforth experiment. If you wanted to become rich leave poverty behind if you wanted to improve the lot of its citizens. It would have to experiment. Learn from the outside onto tight reform. You know, introduce market mechanisms into what would always was going to be a state run economy, but trying to create this kind of hybrid, which obviously they were very successful in doing. Although I'm wondering why they cared. I mean, did not like the the polit bureau has to run a Nanking primary or anything. That's true. But I think that I mean remember that in back in the late nineteen seventies. China had come through to.
"polit bureau" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Bonds, which is basically the counterpart all the traits episodes, which they've been earning at least until recently the numbers driven low several months started to to come off the ball quite considerably. But. Yeah, I mean, you know, everybody looks at China, and you know, everybody has the wow factor. Your especially people that have been there into some day. Moton cities on the east coast. And and it's true. It's been an incredible success story. I would say unparalleled and probably unique as far as emerging countries go, but not everything is quite as brilliant. As it might seem particularly given the big change that took place in two thousand twelve when seizing pink came to power. So I mean, one of the things that we might talk about a little bit. This is exactly what difference. He's made to to that country. So. It's a big country. It's very strong country in many ways, but also quite Brickell, which is what the the jeopardy. It was all about rather. There's been quite a a transformation, of course, that has occurred in China and just about about a generation, I suppose, you went from a pure communist ideologue in mouse, say tune to this modern China, and I'm not sure how you describe it economically. It's a hybrid, I suppose I've long said that you could power Beijing off of Mao Tse to spinning in his grave over the millionaires driving around Shanghai or their Ferraris. But. Nonetheless. Portions of the economy are still run by the communist party, I gather that there are even parts of the economy that that are ostensibly companies but owned by the People's Liberation Army. It'd be like if if Sears was owned by the hundred and first division or something. So I must confess that this this China economy is a little mystifying to me. It is a big mystifying. And I think to to really understand it. You know, you have to go back to the time when when Mao died, actually, the, although there was a sort of a couple of leaders in between for very short periods fee, the next real and and profoundly China had was thing Xiaoping came to power in about nineteen seventy eight and he's widely credited with having told the communist party conference one year that he didn't care. It was a black cat or a yellow cat so long as it was a calico mice, and this was widely seen as his kind of green light really that China would henceforth experiment. If you wanted to become rich leave poverty behind he wanted to improve the lot of its citizens. It would have to experiment. Learn from the outside onto tight reform. You know introduce. Market mechanisms into what would always was going to be a state run economy, but trying to create this kind of hybrid which obviously they will successfully doing although I'm wondering why they cared. I mean, not like the the polit bureau has to run in the Nanking primary or anything. That's true. But I think that I mean remember that in back in the late nineteen seventies. China had come through to Dr follicle experiences on undergo in the Mao era. The first was the great leap forward. With was a disastrous. Experiment and kind of revolutionizing and communizing. Agriculture which killed because of the famines actually just millions of people were killed and the second was much later. It was in nineteen sixty six was the cultural revolution, which which didn't check dispose of so many people, but it was a vicious very brutal period in which you know, children were says against that parents and neighbors against neighbors. And it was it was very disruptive and China back again. So the trying to I mean, it did make some kind of prey wasn't exactly a standstill during the mile period. But by the time, you know, Dr China was still quite a pool country. And I think why they care is. Because I think they realize that if they wanted to improve the lot of people and give legitimacy to the party, which was always being the issue for China's leaders is is rising living standards all the the. Social contract for China. Because as you say, they don't have elections. Nobody sounds really for. The leaders in the way that we do. So so they can't about the legitimacy of the party and about making sure the party was in shoot with rising aspirations of of the people and more recently. I would say the people are, you know, the rising middle class of China. So they count about rising living standards we care about so the vacant fulfill their mission. The in other words revisionism which undermine was a capital crime has become official state policy. Yes. Indeed. So, and I think this is an important points note is that you know, because a lot of people is famous professors of published books in the last couple of years about the inevitability of war between China and the US or China the west, and, you know, it's China is a very different Catholic fish from the old Soviet Union, which was a revolutionary power. They do they really did want to in the world. And I didn't think China really wants to do that. I think they they'd like to play by the rules. But obviously they want to bend the rules more in their favor and really talk about the extent to which they have in fact, bent those rules. I've always noted I I was at the Reagan Gorbachev summit in Moscow in may of nineteen Eighty-eight when these policies of glasnost and perestroika we're taking place, and it was remarkable to watch the the fumbling. Efforts of the the Russians do to try and adapt. The last communist leader, Gorbachev, of course, it tried to rescue Marxist economics, by liberalizing, politically, the whole thing fell apart like a house of cards, but in China, and now I gather to a certain extent, Vietnam and Cuba as well. The exact opposite occurred you had liberalizing economically in order to buttress in a thorough Cherian political regime, and as I say, so far it seems to be more or less working doesn't it. To a degree. Yes. I mean, we definitely being in China for the last thirty or forty years economic reform has gone hand in hand with some political reform. But I think we need to be quite cautious in interpreting the woods some. It's never been the case that the policy has been has kind of just sell from power, but they have been pragmatic, right? They have allowed technocrats and professional kind of civil servants. Even though they were kind of party members certain kind of headroom to to manage the challenges that China has faced for the most part. Now, the point about my book ready is I'm I'm I drew a line in two thousand twelve because I think that on decision ping, politically China is kind of going backwards, whereas economically, it's still kind of looking forward. They want to achieve a loss of noble, and, you know, great things in the next twenty thirty forty years, and look what they did is landed a craft on the far side of the moon. Nobody's ever done for and this kind of technological stuff. I mean clearly now behind only the Russians and the Americans the Chinese are the leading space faring nation on the planet. Technically, all the the digital stuff. They do some of it, admittedly, probably hacking and the like another illegitimate ends. But the point of this is hardly the collection of a billion peasants that Mao handed over to his successors. So it's I mean, it's a it's a it's a serious. It's a very large very serious country. It's well, I mean most people think it's the second biggest economy in the world. But there are ways of measuring economists have different ways of measuring these things would by one measure, it's already the biggest economy in the world. And it has very cessive aspirations about what it wants to achieve technology and in science and engineering over the next twenty or thirty years, and you know, in a way, this is obviously a good thing because if people can better themselves and become richer, and so on of course, we should all be kind of pleased about that. I would think general depending on how they get there. Well, that's the thing. So politically, they of course, they are very clearly now not just kind of a competitor. Which is what we always thought they were at a customer, which they still to some degree. But they are also an adversary. I think the challenge for politicians in the next, you know, ten twenty years is going to be how to manage that relationship. We must pause briefly here, and we're gonna come back into talks talks war. Take some calls for our guest. He is George Magnus. He is an economist and research associated the China center at Oxford University at the school of oriental and African studies he has written the book red flags it's published by Yale University press and subtitled why she's China is in jeopardy, and certainly as we prepare for more talks about the major trade and related issues that we have with the Chinese clearly that subtitle in particular is of great interest in this country back with more without. Guests George Magnus on the Jim Bohannon show in just a moment. Do a lot to say and whether or new smoking carbon monoxide alarms. They've got some extra help mom says the alarms are made by kid. And they're really smart. They can talk to each other. If there's a fire anywhere in a house they'd been every room, and we can get out faster. They're a great way to make sure it has to say. But when it comes to checking under the bed for monsters that today. 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